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  CONTENTS

  Registration Information ...................................4                                                      Distance Learning ............................................ 12
  Programs of Instruction ....................................6                                                      Credit Classes ................................................... 14
  Adult Basic Education........................................7                                                     Central Washington University–Des Moines
  ACHIEVE...............................................................8                                               Classes .........................................................37
  Women’s Programs ............................................9                                                     College Policies ............................................... 54
  Services for Students ......................................10                                                     Maps ..................................................................55


 IMPORTANT DATES
 Add/Drop class, last day                                                                                              Summer quarter ........................................................................ Apr 19
   Via Web without instructor signature .....................................Jan 10                                  Grades posted ............................................................................. Mar 29
   Add classes that began Jan 8—after this date instructor                                                           Holidays ............................................................................see “Closures”
     signature required and $37.15 fee per course added ........Jan 22                                               Refund
   Add independent, special or contractual studies .................. Mar 9                                            100 percent ................................................................................. Jan 12
 Advising begins .............................................................................Oct 30                   40 percent .................................................................................. Jan 26
 Audit/Credit/No Credit, last day to change .............................. Jan 29                                    Registration begins for
 Bookstore buyback ................................................................ Mar 19–23                          Current and former students via Web, by appointment time;
   Voucher accounts open ........................................................... Dec 26                               Running Start students must see K. Steinbach first. .........Nov 7
   Voucher accounts close ............................................................. Feb 2                          New students .............................................................................Nov 27
 Classes begin ....................................................................................Jan 8             Tuition due
 Closures (college)                                                                                                    Winter—those who register later must pay tuition
   Christmas ...................................................................................Dec 25                    within 2 business days ...........................................................Dec 4
   New Year’s Day ............................................................................. Jan 1                  Spring—those who register later must pay tuition
   Martin Luther King Jr Holiday ................................................... Jan 15                               within 2 business days .......................................................... Mar 5
   Presidents’ Day ...........................................................................Feb 19                 Waitlist, last day to add ................................................................Jan 10
 Drop class, last day without “w” on transcript ........................ Jan 29                                      Waivers, enrollment begins for Senior Citizen, Wash. National
 Finals (see 1st page of Credit Classes for detail) ..............Mar 20–23                                               Guard, State classified and Highline employee—
 Financial Aid applications due for                                                                                       instructor signature required ............................................... Jan 16
   Spring quarter ............................................................................ Jan 25                Withdrawal, last day to withdraw from college (all classes) .. Mar 9

  November ‘06                                                                                                       December ‘06
   Su             M                      T                       W                 R                 F          Sa     Su             M                 T             W                  R                   F             Sa

   Oct    October 30            October 31              1                   2                 3                 4                                                                                   1                      2
   29     Advising W07 begins                                                                                                                                                                       Last F06 day to:
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Add indep, contract
                                                                                                                                                                                                      or special studies
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Withdraw (drop all)
   5      6                     7                       8                   9                 10                11
                                Registration [W07]                                            Holiday—College         3      4                    5             6                 7                 8                      9
                                begins Current &                                              closed                         Tuition due
                                Returning (RS, see K.                                                                        [W07]—(those
                                Steinback first.)                                                                             who register later
                                                                                                                             must pay within 2
   12     13                    14                      15                  16                17                18           business days)

                                                                                                                      10     11                   12            13                14                15                     16


   19     20                    21                      22                  23                24                25
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                                                        College closes at   Holiday—College   Holiday—College
                                                        4 p.m.              closed            closed                  17     18                   19            20                21                22                     23
                                                                                                                                                                                                    College closes at

   26     27                    28                      29                  30
                                                                                                                                                      Quarter break                                 4 p.m.

          New student
          Registration [W07]                                                                                          24     25                   26            27                28                29                     30
          begins                                                                                                             Holiday—College
                                                                                                                             closed
                                                                                                                                                             Quarter break
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QUICK DIRECTORY
* Jan 2–4, 8A–7P; Jan 5, 9A–5P; Jan 6, 9A–12P; Jan 8–11, 8A–7P; Jan 12, 9A–5P                                      ANNUAL SCHEDULE
                                                                                                                        This is provided for student convenience only. It shall not be construed to
Access Services ............................Bldg. 99, Rm. 180 ......................ext. 3857                           be an irrevocable contract between the student and the college.
Mon–Thu, 8A–5P; Fri, 9A–5P
                                                                                                                                                              2006–2007             2007–2008
*Admissions/Entry Services ...Bldg. 6, upper level ...................ext. 3181                                                                                                               PROPOSED
Mon–Tue, 8A–7P; Wed–Thu, 8A–5P; Fri, 9A–5P                                                                         SUMMER
                                                                                                                        Registration begins                         May 9                 May 9
Bookstore .......................................Bldg. 8, 2nd floor ...................... ext. 3225                     Classes begin                               Jun 26                Jun 25
Mon–Tue, 7:30A–7:00P; Wed–Thu, 7:30A-5:00P; Fri, 7:30A–4:00P                                                            Independence Day Holiday                    Jul 4                 Jul 4
                                                                                                                        Final exams                                 Last scheduled class time
*Cashiers ........................................Bldg. 6, lower level ..................ext. 3126
Mon–Tue, 8A–7P; Wed–Thu, 8A–5P; Fri, 9A–5P                                                                         FALL
                                                                                                                        Registration begins                         May 9                     May 9
Child Care Center .......................Bldg. 0..........................................ext. 3224
Mon–Fri, 7:30A–5:30P                                                                                                    Classes begin                               Sep 25                    Sep 24
                                                                                                                        Professional Day, College Closed            Oct 20                    Oct 19
*Ed Planning/Advising ..............Bldg. 6, upper level ................. ext. 3584                                    Veterans Day Holiday                        Nov 10                    Nov 12
Mon–Tue, 8A–7P; Wed, 8A–5P; Thu, 8A–2P and 3–5P; Fri, 9A–5P                                                             Thanksgiving Day Holiday                    Nov 23–24                 Nov 22–23
                                                                                                                        Final exams                                 Dec 12–15                 Dec 11–14
*Financial Aid...............................Bldg. 6, upper level ..................ext. 3358
Mon–Tue, 8A–7P; Wed–Thu, 8A–5P; Fri, Closed                                                                        WINTER
                                                                                                                        Registration begins                         Nov 7                     Nov 7
Inter-Cultural Center .................Bldg. 6, lower level ................. ext. 4350
Mon–Thu, 9:00A–3:30P; Fri, 9A–1P                                                                                        Classes begin                               Jan 8                     Jan 7
                                                                                                                        Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday              Jan 15                    Jan 21
Instructional Computing ..........Bldg. 30 ...................................... ext. 4880                             Presidents Day Holiday                      Feb 19                    Feb 18
Mon–Thu, 6:45A–10:15P; Fri, 6:45A–4:45P; Sat, 7:45A–3:45P; Sun, 2:45–10:15P                                             Final exams                                 Mar 20–23                 Mar 18–21
Library ............................................Bldg. 25 ........................................ext. 3234     SPRING
Mon–Fri, 7A–10P; Sat, 9A–5P; Sun, 2–10P (See Library Web page for interim hours)                                        Registration begins                         Feb 20                    Feb 13
Multicultural Services ...............Bldg. 6, upper level ................. ext. 3296                                  Classes begin                               Apr 2                     Mar 31
Mon–Fri, 8A–5P                                                                                                          Memorial Day Holiday                        May 28                    May 26
                                                                                                                        Final exams                                 Jun 11–14                 Jun 9–12
Parking ............................................Bldg. 6, lower level ................. ext. 3218                    Commencement                                Jun 14                    Jun 12
Mon–Thu, 7A–9P; Fri, 7A–5P
*Registration .................................Bldg. 6, lower level .................ext. 3242                     February ‘07
Mon–Tue, 8A–7P; Wed–Thu, 8A–5P; Fri, 9A–5P
                                                                                                                   Su               M                   T           W                R                    F               Sa
Student Employment..................Bldg. 6, upper level ..................ext. 3350
Mon, 8A–7P; Tue–Thu, 8A–5P; Fri, 9A–12P                                                                                                                                         1                  2                      3

Testing Center ..............................Bldg. 3, north end ................... ext. 3990
Mon–Tue, 9A–7P; Wed, 9A–2P COMPASS/2–7P GED; Thu, 9A–1P GED/1–5P COM-                                              4       5                       6           7                8                  9                      10
PASS; Fri, 9A–3:30P

Transfer Center ............................Bldg. 6, upper level ..................ext. 3295                       11      12                      13          14               15                 16                     17
Mon–Tue, 8A–7P; Wed, 8A–5P; Thu, 8A–2P and 3–5P; Fri, 9A–5P
Tutoring Center ...........................Bldg. 26, Rm. 319 ......................ext. 3444                       18      19                      20          21               22                 23                     24
Mon–Thu, 7:30A–7:30P; Fri, 7:30A–12:30P and 2–4P                                                                           Holiday—College
                                                                                                                           closed
Women’s Programs .....................Bldg. 6, lower level ................. ext. 3340                             25      26                      27          28
Mon–Tue, 8A–7P; Wed–Thu, 8A–5P; Fri, 9A–1P


January ‘07                                                                                                        March ‘07
  Su            M                     T                   W                      R               F            Sa   Su               M                   T           W                R                  F             Sa
         1                    2                   3                      4                5                   6                                                             1                  2                      3
         Holiday—College                                                                                                                                                    RN Applications
         closed                                                                                                                                                             due


  7      8                    9                   10                     11               12                  13   4       5                       6           7            8                  9                      10
         Classes begin W07                        Last day to                             Last day to drop                 Tuition due [Sp07]                                                  Last W07 day to:
                                                  • Waitlist or                           with 100% refund                 —(those registering                                                 Add indep, contract
                                                  • Add/Drop w/o                                                           later must pay within                                                 or special studies
                                                  instructor signature                                                     2 business days)                                                    Withdraw (drop all)
  14     15                   16                  17                     18               19                  20   11      12                      13          14           15                 16                     17
         Holiday—College      Waivered
         closed               enrollment begins


  21     22                   23                  24                     25               26                  27   18      19                      20          21           22                 23                     24
         Last day to add                                                 Financial Aid    Last day
         classes that began                                              applications     Drop w/o “W” Drop
         1/8—instructor
         signature req’d
                                                                         [Sp07] due       w/ 40% refund
                                                                                                                                                             Finals—winter ’07
                                                                                                                   25      26                      27          28           29                 30                     31
  28     29                   30                  31
         Last day
         Audit/CR/noCR                                                                                                                                      Quarter break
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                   Success Starts Here
 Yourrefugee or immigrant who is at least 18 years old or is a high school graduate                                         4. MEET WITH AN ADVISER
                                                                                                                            By attending a College Orientation and Registration Experience (CORE) program
                                                                                                                            or meeting with an academic adviser, you can discuss your educational plans and
 Any U.S. citizen,
                                                                                                                            be certain that the classes you are selecting help you meet your educational and
 may enroll. Citizens of foreign countries should contact the International Student Programs office                          career goals. The Educational Planning and Advising Center in building 6 offers
 for eligibility information.                                                                                               advising on a drop-in basis to new students. Orientation dates will be mailed to
                                                                                                                            new students.
 Follow These Steps to Attend Highline                                                                                      In person:
                                                                                                                              Educational Planning and Advising Center (Building 6, upper level)
                                                                                                                              Mon.–Tue., 8 a.m.–7 p.m.; Wed., 8 a.m.–5 p.m.;
 1. APPLY*                                                                                                                    Thu. 8 a.m.–2 p.m. and 3 p.m.–5 p.m. ; and Fri., 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
 Application fee applies to first-time applicants. This application fee is not applicable
 to the Center for Extended Learning (continuing education) classes. See “Fees” for                                         On the Web:
 more information. Do not mail cash.                                                                                         www.highline.edu/stuserv/edplanning
 In person:
   Admissions/Entry Services (Building 6, upper level)
   Mon.–Tue., 8 a.m.–7 p.m.; Wed.–Thu, 8 a.m.–5 p.m.; and Fri., 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
                                                                                                                            5. REGISTER FOR CLASSES
                                                                                                                            See “Important Dates” on p. 2 for registration dates. Students who have attended
 On the Web:                                                                                                                Highline in the past and are returning after time away must contact Admissions/Entry
  www.highline.edu/stuserv/entry/admissions.htm                                                                             Services to reactivate their records so they may access the registration system.

 Transfer Students:                                                                                                         On the Web:
 If you’ve attended other colleges and want to enroll in credit-bearing classes at                                           www.highline.edu (Click on “Online Services,”
 Highline for the first time, submit the following:                                                                               then on “Registration.”)
   • Highline Community College application form                                                                             Available Mon.–Fri., 5:00 a.m.–11:59 p.m.; 24 hours Sat.–Sun. and holidays
   • Official transcripts from each college attended (only required for students who seek to complete a Highline degree or   For detailed help on how to use this feature, see “Web Step by Step” on the following pages.
                                                                                                                            See “Registration Terms” on the following pages for key term descriptions.
     certificate program)
                                                                                                                            See the “Distance Learning” entry in the credit section for further instructions.
   • Transfer evaluation request form
                                                                                                                            Questions: Call Registration, (206) 878-3710, ext. 3242, or Admissions/Entry Services,
 For an information packet, please call (206) 878-3710, ext. 3181.
                                                                                                                            ext. 3181.


 2. FINANCE YOUR EDUCATION                                                                                                  6. PAY FEES AND TUITION
 You are encouraged to observe the deadlines below when you apply for financial
                                                                                                                            Fees and tuition are assessed based upon the total number of academic credits
 aid. If you miss these deadlines, please see the important note under “Financial
                                                                                                                            students select to take. Please include Student ID number with all methods
 Aid” in the “Services for Students” section.
                                                                                                                            of payment. Submit your fees:
     Financial aid application deadlines for the 2006–2007 school year                                                      On the Web (VISA and MasterCard are accepted):
                                                                                                                             https://sec.highline.edu/webcc
         Fall ’06                Winter ’07              Spring ’07               Summer ’07                                 Available Mon.–Fri., 5:00 a.m.–11:59 p.m.; 24 hours Sat.–Sun. and holidays
         June 1, ’06             Sept 28, ’06            Jan 25, ’07              April 19, ’07
                                                                                                                            In person (Cash, check, VISA and MasterCard are accepted):
 “Free Application for Federal Student Aid” (FAFSA) forms are available in Admis-                                             Cashier office (next to the Registration office in lower level of Building 6)
 sions/Entry Services and Financial Aid (Building 6, upper level). Highline encour-                                           Mon.–Tue., 8 a.m.–7 p.m.; Wed.–Thu., 8 a.m.–5 p.m.; and Fri., 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
 ages students to fill it out over the Internet: www.fafsa.ed.gov.
                                                                                                                            In on-campus payment box (Building 6):
 Admissions/Entry Services can also provide general information about the Student                                             Outside by the front sidewalk or by the Cashier window inside the lower
 Tuition Easy Payment Plan (STEPP) operated by Highline.                                                                    level.
                                                                                                                              Use envelope provided.

 3. ASSESS YOUR SKILLS                                                                                                      By mailing payments—include your Highline Student ID number (Check, VISA
 All applicants who are new to college studies and who intend to earn academic credit                                       and MasterCard are accepted):
 are encouraged to take the COMPASS or COMPASS ESL assessment. This basic skills                                              Highline Community College, MS 6-4
 test will be used for advising and registration purposes. See Testing Center entry in                                        P.O. Box 98000
 “Services” section of the quarterly. Call (206) 878-3710, ext. 3406, for the testing                                         Des Moines, WA 98198-9800
 schedule.                                                                                                                  By voucher, field order, or purchase order:
 Students who have completed some college coursework or who have taken a                                                       To the Financial Aid Office in Building 6, upper level
 placement test at another school should contact Admissions/Entry Services at                                                  (206) 878-3710, ext. 3358; Fax: (206) 870-4856
 (206) 878-3710, ext. 3181, for more information.                                                                           If you are allowed to purchase books with your voucher, please take note of
                                                                                                                            the timeframe listed in the “Important Dates” for when you may access your
                                              Highline Community College                                                    bookstore account each quarter.
                                              QUARTERLY CLASS SCHEDULE
                                                                                                                            Payment Plan: You may pay your education expenses monthly without interest
   Volume 46, No. 3                                                                  October, 2006                          payments through Highline’s Student Tuition Easy Payment Plan (STEPP). For
                                                                                                                            information about STEPP, see Admissions/Entry Services on the upper level of
   Highline Community College Quarterly Class Schedule (USPS 013342) is published five times a year (Monthly                 Building 6 or call (206) 878-3710, ext. 3181.
   in Aug, Oct, Feb and Semi-Monthly April 15 and April 30) by Highline Community College, 2400 South 240th
   Street, Seattle, WA, 98198-9800. Periodicals postage paid at Seattle, WA.                                                To contact the Cashier office, call (206) 878-3710, ext. 3326.

   POSTMASTER: Send address changes to Highline Community College Quarterly Class Schedule, PO Box 98000, Des
   Moines WA 98198-9800. Call (206) 878-3710, ext. 3314 for pickup.
   This course schedule is published for information purposes only. Although every effort is made to ensure accuracy at
   the time of publication, this course schedule shall not be construed to be an irrevocable contract between the student
                                                                                                                            *Fees and/or tuition are assessed during these steps. See “Fees” for more
   and the college. Highline Community College reserves the right to make changes in the contents and provisions of
   this course schedule without notice.                                                                                     information. Do not send cash.


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Fees and Tuition                                                                                   Tuition Schedule
Fees and tuition are due in full at registration and payment must be completed within
                                                                                                   Tuition and fees are subject to change by the Washington State Legislature.
two business days of registration. Continuing and new students who register early
                                                                                                   Credits Total Tuition and Fees (Operating, Bldg and Max S&A)
may defer payment—for deferment dates, see Admissions/Entry Services or call
(206) 878-3710, ext. 3181. Checks must have bank-imprinted name and address                                    Resident         Non-resident Waiver*        International
                                                                                                                                                         Student(Nonresident)
and must include Student ID and telephone numbers. Students are responsible
for tuition and fees.                                                                                   1                       $74.30                                   $87.50                                   $246.00
                                                                                                        2                     $148.60                                  $175.00                                    $492.00
Fees                                                                                                    3                     $222.90                                  $262.50                                    $738.00
Application Fee—general students: $21.85 nonrefundable fee, due at time of                              4                     $297.20                                  $350.00                                    $984.00
application. (For Web applicants, you may mail your fee to the Cashier office.)
Include this fee with your application when you mail it or pay it in person. Do                         5                     $371.50                                  $437.50                                   $1,230.00
not mail cash.                                                                                          6                     $445.80                                  $525.00                                   $1,476.00
Application Fee—international students: $51 nonrefundable fee, due at time of                           7                     $520.10                                  $612.50                                   $1,722.00
application. Contact International Student Programs for complete information.                           8                     $594.40                                  $700.00                                   $1,968.00
Building Fee: $2.50 per credit for 1 to 10 credits per quarter ($25 maximum),                           9                     $668.70                                  $787.50                                   $2,214.00
assessed at the time of registration. This additional fee was established by a vote                    10                     $743.00                                  $875.00                                   $2,460.00
of the students to cover costs of a new student center.
                                                                                                       11                     $766.80                                  $898.35                                   $2,487.60
COMPASS Test: Payment of application fee entitles student to take the entire                           12                     $790.60                                  $921.70                                   $2,515.20
COMPASS/ESL test series. For students who have not paid the application fee,
entire COMPASS/ESL series fee is $17.90. For a retest of any one portion there                         13                     $814.40                                  $945.05                                   $2,542.80
is a $3.40 fee.                                                                                        14                     $838.20                                  $968.40                                   $2,570.40
Computer Fee: $33 for courses that require use of computer equipment or                                15                     $862.00                                  $991.75                                   $2,598.00
online resources.                                                                                      16                     $885.80                                 $1,015.10                                  $2,625.60
Late Course Add Fee: $37.15 per course added with approval after the deadline                          17                     $909.60                                 $1,038.45                                  $2,653.20
provided in “Important Dates” on p. 2.                                                                 18                     $933.40                                 $1,061.80                                  $2,680.80
Parking: Permits are required to park on the Highline campus and are available                         19                    $1,000.25                                $1,128.65                                  $2,919.35
at the Security/Safety office on the lower level of Building 6. See Cashier to pay                      20                    $1,067.10                                $1,195.50                                  $3,157.90
fees. Purchasing a parking permit does not guarantee a parking space.
                                                                                                       21                    $1,133.95                                $1,262.35                                  $3,396.45
Picture ID: Free for students who paid application fee. $9.15 for students enrolling                   22                    $1,200.80                                $1,329.20                                  $3,635.00
in credit classes who have not paid application fee.
                                                                                                       23                    $1,267.65                                $1,396.05                                  $3,873.55
Transcript Fee: Each official transcript copy has a $3.40 fee. Obtain request
forms in the information racks in lower lobby of Building 6. Allow three working
                                                                                                       24                    $1,334.50                                $1,462.90                                  $4,112.10
days for processing requests. Free unofficial transcripts are available from the                        25                    $1,401.35                                $1,529.75                                  $4,350.65
kiosk in Building 6 and on the Web at www.highline.edu.                                            *Non-resident waiver applicable to U.S. citizens and INS-approved permanent residents. Please contact Admissions/Entry
                                                                                                   Services for complete details. Students who do not meet the nonresident tuition waiver requirements may be subject to rates listed
                                                                                                   under International Student tuition and fees.

Refunds and Withdrawals                                                                            Professional/Technical education students enrolled in approved programs will not be charged in excess of 18 credits.
Students who officially withdraw from classes may receive a refund of fees and                      Full-time status is 12 credits for the purposes of college financial aid, the Immigration and Naturalization Service, Veterans and
tuition. Refunds require three weeks to process. Students receiving financial aid                   Social Security administrations and insurance companies.
(PELL Grant, SEOG, or Student Loan) must consult with the Financial Aid office to
                                                                                                   For tuition purposes, a resident is a U.S. citizen, immigrant or refugee who has lived in Washington state for at least one
determine their refund amount. A completed withdrawal form must be submitted
                                                                                                   year before the first day of the quarter for which you are enrolling. Please see www.highline.edu/stuserv/admissions/residency.htm.
to the Registration office no later than the close of business on the following dates
for a refund:                                                                                      Senior citizen rate (does not apply to CEL classes): Washington residents 60 years or older may register
            Jan 12         100%                                                                    for courses on the second week of the quarter on a space-available basis. A maximum of two classes per quarter may be taken.
            Jan 26          40%                                                                    Instructor’s signature is required. Credit course tuition is $8.00 per class (plus applicable special fees). Non-credit course tuition is
Withdrawals after the 20th calendar day (Jan 26) receive no refund.                                $5.00 per class (plus applicable special fees). This waiver is not available to students who plan to use the course credits
Note: To accommodate students waiting to register, instructors have the discretion to initiate a   gained thereby for increasing credentials or salary increases; course credits taken under the waiver do not apply
withdrawal for students who have not attended at least 60 percent of the class time during the
                                                                                                   toward any certificate or degree.
first five instructional days of the academic quarter. Students can contact the instructor in the
case of unavoidable absences to request an exception to the policy so that they are not removed
from their course.                                                                                 Grading: Options include choosing a grade of “CR” (Credit) in lieu of a decimal
                                                                                                   grade. Maximum of 15 credits designated as CR may be applied toward an AA
                                                                                                   Option A degree. Interested students must submit documentation to the Regis-
OTHER REGISTRATION INFORMATION                                                                     tration office. See “Important Dates” on p. 2 for deadlines.
Adding and Dropping Classes: Available via the Web for limited period only.
See “Important Dates” on p. 2 for details and deadlines. After the deadline,                       Access Your Grades: To access your student records, use the kiosk at the college
complete “Add/Drop Request” form and submit it to the Registration office on                        or the Web at https://sec.highline.edu/wts/student/waci002k.html. You may
the lower level of Building 6. Changes are not official until documentation has                     access your grades on the Web a week after the quarter ends.
been completed. Adding a course, if approved, after the deadline will result in a                  Repeating a Class: Except for specially designed developmental classes, students
$37.15 late course add fee.                                                                        may not repeat a class more than two times. Upon completion of a repeated class,
Auditing a Class: You may take a credit class without receiving credit or a                        submit a repeat request form to the Registration office in Building 6.
grade. You must be officially enrolled for audit and attend at least 50 percent of                  Student Enrollment Verification: All Stafford loan deferments are reported elec-
the scheduled class sessions. Auditors pay full fees and tuition. See “Important                   tronically using the “Student Loan Clearing House,” and no paperwork is required.
Dates” for deadlines.                                                                              Insurance eligibility letters can obtained online at https://sec.highline.edu/wts/
                                                                                                   student/NSCStart.asp.



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 Graduation: Ceremonies take place in June. Students completing degree require-                                   PROGRAMS OF INSTRUCTION
 ments may participate. Applications for graduation (nonrefundable) should be
 made two quarters prior to your anticipated graduation date. Applications are in
 the Registration lobby, Building 6 or online at www.highline.edu/stuserv/registra-                               Highline offers courses in four different program types.
 tion/gradapp&inst.pdf. See Highline’s general catalog for more information.
 Waitlist: When a course section is full, you may place yourself on a waitlist for
                                                                                                                  Extended Learning courses offer a wide range of personal
 that section. As positions become available, those on the list will automatically be                             development and continuing ed opportunities;
 registered, in the order their name appears on the list. Students are responsible
 for checking their schedules. Students on the waitlist must attend the first day                                  Pre-College level courses include high school completion, GED
 of class or they may forfeit their status.                                                                       preparation, ESL, and other developmental opportunities;
                                                                                                                  Transfer courses parallel the first two years of a university
 Registration Terms                                                                                               program and lead to an Associate of Arts Degree or Associate
 Audit: Taking a class (and paying the tuition and fees) without getting grades                                   of Science Degree;
 or credits; if you audit a class it will appear on your transcript records with a
 grade of “N.”
                                                                                                                  Professional/Technical courses (listed) prepare students
                                                                                                                  for employment in a variety of fields and lead to Certificate
 Credit Maximum: You may register for 18 credits per quarter through Web
 registration. Students who wish to enroll for 19 or more credits must see their                                  and/or Associate of Applied Science Degree.
 adviser. A permission signature is required on the “Add/Drop Request” form and
 needs to be submitted to the Registration office (Building 6).
 Entry Codes: Required for permission and prerequisite classes, entry codes are
                                                                                                                  Accounting (Practical)                   Human Services
 five-digit random numbers issued to you by the program coordinator. Once you                                      Accounting (Paraprofessional)            Human Services Initial Certificate
 have used an entry code, the computer will not accept it again. They authorize
 you to register for classes requiring permission or for courses for which the
                                                                                                                  Accounts Receivable/Payable              Interior Design
 prerequisites have not been met. You may call the coordinator—extensions are                                     Administration of Justice                International Business
 listed in this class schedule in the “Credit Classes” section under each individual
 department. You may also contact your faculty adviser.
                                                                                                                  Administrative Assistant                 Introduction to Business
 Personal ID Number (PIN): Your PIN is a six-digit number. It is your birth date and                              Administrative Management                    Information Technology
 serves as a private access code for registration. For record privacy, we suggest                                 Allied Health Fundamentals               Introduction to Print
 you change your PIN via the Web at: https://sec.highline.edu/wts/student.
                                                                                                                  Bookkeeping                              Library Technician
 Registration Blocks: It is important that all prior college financial obligations
 are paid prior to registration. You will not be permitted to register if a block is                              Business (General)                       Library Technician Apprenticeship
 on your student record.                                                                                          C++ Programming                              Training
 Questions: Call the Registration office, (206) 878-3710, ext. 3242, Mon.–Fri., 9 a.m.–5 p.m.                      Chemical Dependency                      Marketing and Selling
                                                                                                                      Professional (CDP)                   Medical Assistant
 WEB STEP BY STEP                                                                                                 Certified Nursing Assistant*              Medical Transcriptionist
 Before you start online registration, you will need:                                                             Computer-Aided Drafting Technology       Network Specialist
   • Item numbers of the classes you wish to enroll in (use the online schedule or check the printed Quar-
     terly Class Schedule), Student ID and Personal Identification (PIN) numbers and VISA or MasterCard            Customer Service Specialist              Nursing: LPN to Registered
     information to pay tuition and fees                                                                          Data Recovery/Forensic Specialist        Nursing: Registered
     Web hours: Mon.–Fri., 5:00 a.m.–11:59 p.m.; 24 hours Sat., Sun., and holidays                                Database Management                      Offset Printing
                                                                                                                  Developer/Programming Specialist         Paralegal
 Navigating Web Registration and Payment                                                                          Dispensing Optician Apprenticeship       Paralegal Plus
 1. LOG ON TO WWW.HIGHLINE.EDU
                                                                                                                      Training                             Patient Account Specialist
   • Click on “Admissions, Registration, and Records” then click “Web Registration”
                                                                                                                  E-Commerce                               Polysomnography
 2. ENTER YOUR INFORMATION
   • Key in your Student ID number, PIN and the academic quarter — then Click on “Submit”                         Education: Early Childhood               Project Administration
   • Confirm your name and other information and click “Continue”                                                  Education: Family Home                   Respiratory Care
 3. CHOOSE YOUR CLASSES                                                                                           Education: Infant Toddler                Retailing
   • Enter item numbers under “Add/Drop” (up to five item numbers at a time) on the schedule screen
                                                                                                                  Education: Initial Childcare Assistant   Small Business/Entrepreneurship
   • Click on “Submit” when you’re sure the item numbers are complete and correct; a box will appear on
     the screen to key in a 5-digit entry code if needed                                                          Education: Instructional Assistant       Transportation Agent
   • View your class and fee information in the Schedule box                                                          Apprenticeship                       Travel & Transportation
   • Check the messages and follow the instructions if there were errors (for instance, if the class is already   Education: Paraeducator                  UNIX System Administration
     full) or there was a block (for instance, entry code required), — then Click on “Finish”
                                                                                                                  Education: Paraprofessional              VB Programming
 4. MAKE A PAYMENT                                                                                                    Apprenticeship
   • Click on “Return to Main Menu”                      • Click on “Get My Charge”                                                                        Visual Communications
   • Click on “Pay by Credit Card”                       • Enter your VISA or MasterCard information              Education: School-Age                    Youth Development Specialist
   • Key in your Student ID number and PIN               • Click on “Charge My Credit Card”                       Family Support Specialist                *Program for I-BEST students only.
              Questions: Call (206) 878-3710, ext. 3242, or visit the Registration & Records counter
                                                                                                                  Hotel & Tourism Management
              in the lower lobby of Building 6.



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Adult Basic                                                ABE
                                                                       GED PREPARATION
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                                                           Must take CASAS Locator Test.                1455   TBA        M–Th    1:20P-3:40P              STAFF

Education
Basic Skills, GED Preparation and ESL classes
                                                           1541 26-319d MW 1:20P-3:40P
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                                                                                                STAFF
                                                                                                STAFF
                                                                                                        1457
                                                                                                        1459
                                                                                                        1461
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                                                                                                               OLY
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                                                                                                                                  6:00P-8:20P
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                                                           1547 FWC-205 MW 5:30P-7:50P          STAFF
 See table of contents for off-campus locations.                                                        ABE       027 ESL 3: LOW INTERMEDIATE                  0
                                                           1549 26-319d MW 6:30P-8:50P          STAFF
 All ABE/GED/ESL courses require permission to             1551 26-319d TTh       6:30P-8:50P   STAFF   1473   17-206 MW 1:20P-3:40P                       STAFF
 register and are continuous enrollment unless             1553 WCH       MW 6:00P-8:20P        STAFF   1463   TJH     TTh    6:30P-9:00P                  STAFF
 otherwise noted. $25 fee.                                 1555 THS       TTh     6:00P-8:20P   STAFF   1465   KEN     TTh    6:00P-8:20P                  STAFF
                                                                                                        1467   THS     TTh    6:00P-8:20P                  STAFF
For ABE/GED information call Karen Steinbach, ext. 3355;                                                1469   MTV     TTh    6:00P-8:20P                  STAFF
                                                           ABE      067 GED 2                      0
For ESL information call Educational Planning (Building                                                 1471   FWC-102 MW 6:00P-8:20P                      STAFF
                                                           Must take CASAS Locator Test.
6), ext. 3297                                                                                           1475   FHS     MW 6:30P-8:50P                      STAFF
                                                           1557 26-319d TTh       1:20P-3:40P   STAFF
Faculty Advisers: Building 19: Amal Mahmoud, ext. 3023;                                                 1477   MAN     MW 6:00P-8:20P                      STAFF
                                                           1559 26-319d MW 1:20P-3:40P          STAFF
Maurea Maya, ext. 3875; Lijun Shen, ext. 3121; Stephen
                                                           1561 FWC-205 MW 5:30P-7:50P          STAFF
Washburn (coord), ext. 3627                                                                             ABE       028 ESL 3: LOW INTERMEDIATE                  0
                                                           1563 TJH       TTh     6:30P-9:00P   STAFF
                                                           1565 26-319d MW 6:30P-8:50P          STAFF   1479   FWC-102 M–Th 9:00A-11:20A                   STAFF
                  BASIC SKILLS                             1567 26-319d TTh       6:30P-8:50P   STAFF   7777   TBA     M–Th 9:00A-12:00P                   STAFF
                                                           1569 WCH       MW 6:00P-8:20P        STAFF   1483   19-202 M–Th 1:20P-3:40P                     STAFF
                                                           1571 THS       TTh     6:00P-8:20P   STAFF   1485   TBA     M–Th 7:00P-9:20P                    STAFF
  ABE       011 ADULT BASIC EDUCATION 1             0
                                                                                                        1487   3-102   M–Th 7:00P-9:20P                    STAFF
  1311   26-319d MW 1:20P-3:40P                 STAFF
  1313   26-319d TTh  1:20P-3:40P               STAFF
                                                                                ESL                     ABE       029 ESL 4:HIGH INTERMEDIATE                  0
  1315   FWC-205 MW 5:30P-7:50P                 STAFF
                                                                                                        1489   17-206 MW 1:20P-3:40P                       STAFF
  1317   TJH     TTh  6:30P-9:00P               STAFF
                                                           ABE       023 ESL 1 LITERACY             0   1491   TJH     TTh   6:30P-9:00P                   STAFF
  1319   26-319d MW 6:30P-8:50P                 STAFF
                                                           1375   BSP     MW 10:00A-12:20P      STAFF   1493   FWC-102 MW 6:00P-8:20P                      STAFF
  1321   26-319d TTh  6:30P-8:50P               STAFF
                                                           1377   FWC-101 MW 1:00P-3:20P        STAFF   1495   FHS     MW 6:30P-9:00P                      STAFF
  1323   WCH     MW 6:00P-8:20P                 STAFF
                                                           1379   KCL     MW 5:30P-7:50P        STAFF   1497   KEN     TTh   6:00P-8:20P                   STAFF
  1325   THS     TTh  6:00P-8:20P               STAFF
                                                           1381   KCL     TTh    5:30P-7:50P    STAFF   1499   THS     TTh   6:00P-8:20P                   STAFF
                                                           1385   THS     TTh    6:00P-8:20P    STAFF   1501   MTV     TTh   6:00P-8:20P                   STAFF
  ABE       013 ADULT BASIC EDUCATION 2             0
                                                           1387   KEN     TTh    6:00P-8:20P    STAFF   1503   MAN     MW 6:00P-8:20P                      STAFF
  1327   26-319d MW 1:20P-3:40P                 STAFF
                                                           1389   MAN     MW 6:00P-8:20P        STAFF   1505   13-107 TTh    7:00P-9:20P                   STAFF
  1329   26-319d TTh  1:20P-3:40P               STAFF
  1331   FWC-205 MW 5:30P-7:50P                 STAFF      1391   FHS     MW 6:30P-8:50P        STAFF
                                                           1393   OLY     MW 6:00P-8:20P        STAFF   ABE       030 ESL 4:HIGH INTERMEDIATE                  0
  1333   TJH     TTh  6:30P-9:00P               STAFF
                                                           1395   PKS     TTh    6:00P-8:20P    STAFF   1507   FWC 102 M–Th 9:00A-11:20A                   STAFF
  1335   26-319d MW 6:30P-8:50P                 STAFF
                                                           1397   FWC     TTh    6:00P-8:20P    STAFF   7781   ARR     M–Th 9:00A-12:00P                   STAFF
  1337   26-319d TTh  6:30P-8:50P               STAFF
                                                           1399   MTV     TTh    6:00P-8:20P    STAFF   1511   3-103   M–Th 1:20P-3:40P                    STAFF
  1339   WCH     MW 6:00P-8:20P                 STAFF
                                                           1403   TJH     TTh    6:30P-9:00P    STAFF   1513   16-105 M–Th 7:00P-9:20P                     STAFF
  1341   THS     TTh  6:00P-8:20P               STAFF
                                                           1383   TBA     MW 7:00P-9:20P        STAFF   1515   3-102   M–Th 7:00P-9:20P                    STAFF
  ABE       015 ADULT BASIC EDUCATION 3-
                                                           ABE       024 ESL 1: LITERACY            0   ABE     031       ESL 5:LOW ADVANCED                   0
  1343   26-319d MW 1:20P-3:40P                 STAFF
                                                           1405   FWC-205 M–Th 9:00A-11:20A     STAFF   1517 17-205        TTh   7:00P-9:20P               STAFF
  1345   26-319d TTh  1:20P-3:40P               STAFF
  1347   FWC-205 MW 5:30P-7:50P                 STAFF      7765   ARR     M–Th 9:00A-12:00P     STAFF
                                                           1409   WHC     M–Th 9:30A-11:50A     STAFF   ABE     032 ESL 5:LOW ADVANCED                         0
  1349   TJH     TTh  6:30P-9:00P               STAFF
                                                           1411   RWA     M–Th 9:30A-11:50A     STAFF   1519 FWC     M–Th 9:00A-11:20A                     STAFF
  1351   26-319d MW 6:30P-8:50P                 STAFF
                                                           1413   WHC     M–Th 12:30P-2:50P     STAFF   7785 ARR     M–Th 9:00A-12:00P                     STAFF
  1353   26-319d TTh  6:30P-8:50P               STAFF
                                                           1415   19-109 M–Th 1:20P-3:40P       STAFF   1523 19-206 M–Th 1:20P-3:40P                       STAFF
  1355   WCH     MW 6:00P-8:20P                 STAFF
  1357   THS     TTh  6:00P-8:20P               STAFF      1417   OLY     M–Th 6:00P-8:20P      STAFF
                                                           1419   WHC     M–Th 6:00P-8:20P      STAFF   ABE       051 ESL BASIC JOB SKILLS                       0
                                                           1421   TBA     M–Th 7:00P-9:20P      STAFF   For students who are enrolled in ESL levels 3, 4, and 5.
  ABE       019 ADULT BASIC EDUCATION 4             0
                                                                                                        1525 30-318 Sa          9:00A-10:50A                STAFF
  1359   26-319d MW 1:20P-3:40P                 STAFF
                                                           ABE       025 ESL 2: BEGINNING           0   1527 30-318 Sa          11:00A-12:50P               STAFF
  1361   26-319d TTh  1:20P-3:40P               STAFF
                                                           1423   FWC-101 MW 1:00P-3:20P        STAFF   1529 30-318 Sa          1:00P-2:50P                 STAFF
  1363   FWC-205 MW 5:30P-7:50P                 STAFF
                                                           1425   FHS     MW 6:30P-8:50P        STAFF   1531 19-204 F           5:30P-7:20P                 STAFF
  1365   TJH     TTh  6:30P-9:00P               STAFF
                                                           1427   PKS     TTh    6:00P-8:20P    STAFF   1533 19-204 F           7:30P-9:20P                 STAFF
  1367   26-319d MW 6:30P-8:50P                 STAFF
  1369   26-319d TTh  6:30P-8:50P               STAFF      1431   KEN     TTh    6:00P-8:20P    STAFF
                                                           1433   THS     TTh    6:00P-8:20P    STAFF   ABE     091 ESL LEVEL 1:LITERACY                       0
  1371   WCH     MW 6:00P-8:20P                 STAFF
                                                           1435   MAN     MW 6:00P-8:20P        STAFF   1575 19-207 Sa     9:00A-1:00P                     STAFF
  1373   THS     TTh  6:00P-8:20P               STAFF
                                                           1437   TJH     TTh    6:30P-9:00P    STAFF
                                                           1439   OLY     TTh    6:00P-8:20P    STAFF   ABE     092 ESL LEVEL 2:BEGINNING                      0
                                                           1441   MTV     TTh    6:00P-8:20P    STAFF   1577 19-207 Sa     9:00A-1:00P                     STAFF
                                                           1443   FWC     TTh    6:00P-8:20P    STAFF
                                                           1429   TBA     MW 7:00P-9:20P        STAFF   ABE     093 ESL LEVEL 3:LOW INTERMED     0
                                                                                                        1579 19-206 Sa     9:00A-1:00P       STAFF
                                                           ABE    026 ESL 2:BEGINNING               0
                                                           1447 FWC-205 M–Th 9:00A-11:20A       STAFF   ABE     094 ESL LEVEL 4:HIGH INTERM                    0
                                                                                                        1581 19-206 Sa     9:00A-1:00P                     STAFF




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   Community Development and Education
                                                                                                                       ACHV 051: ESSENTIAL SKILLS FOR DAILY LIVING-IN-
   ACHIEVE                                                                     EMPLOYMENT                              TERPERSONAL AND SOCIAL SKILLS
     This program offers a variety of courses de-                                                                      Class will begin with a review of “relationship basics”
                                                            ACHV 025: CAREER GUIDANCE AND PREPARATION                  and build on new concepts with the focus of interper-
     signed to meet the needs of students with              —INTERVIEWING SKILLS                                       sonal and social skills within the workplace, commu-
     learning challenges or other barriers to tradi-        Learn to sell yourself by focusing on your greatest        nity and beyond. Course is suggested for students who
     tional higher education. Classes may serve as a        strengths. Students engage in mock inerviews and           have taken previous Relationships class. New students
     bridge to credit programs or as a place to gain        watch and critique themselves on video. At the end         are also welcome. 2 credits
     basic skills for entry level employment.               of the quarter, students have the opportunity to
                                                            interview with real employers. 4 credits                     Jan 8 - Mar 12       1:00-3:00P
     Full or partial scholarships are available for                                                                      8 Mon                Main Campus
                                                              Jan 2 - Mar 15         1:00-3:00P                          Rick Pribbernow      Bldg 22 Rm 203
     those who qualify for services through King              11 Tue/Thu             Main Campus                         Item 7111            Fee: $153.60*
     County Division of Developmental Disabilities            Rick Shultz            Bldg 10, Rm 204                     No Class Jan 15 and Feb 19
     provided funding is available.                           Item 7107              Fee: $307.20* + $33 lab fee

     Scholarships are available on a first-come, first-                     ESSENTIAL SKILLS                                         INDEPENDENT LIVING
     served basis.
   For more information call Jenni Sandler, Pro-            ABE 054 ESSENTIAL READING AND MATH                         ACHV 052: MANAGING PERSONAL FINANCES
   gram Manager, 206-878-3710 ext. 3474.                    Empower yourself by improving reading and math             Course is designed to help students develop the ability
                                                            skills. Intake assessments, goal setting and action        to manage personal finances, such as counting money
   For registration or scholarship information, call        plans lead students toward personal progress as they       and making change, making responsible expenditures
   Phanta Chambers at 206-878-3710 ext. 3526.               become better readers and learn practical, real life       and keeping basic financial records. 2 credits
   Fax (206) 878-7247.                                      math applications. Flexible program allows students
                                                            to focus on their areas of primary need.                     Jan 3 - Mar 14        10:00A-12:00P
                                                                                                                         11 Wed                Main Campus
                                                              Jan 3 - Mar 14       6:00-8:00P                            Linda Felton          Bldg 22 Rm 203
                     COMPUTERS                                10 Mon/Wed           Main Campus                           Item 7115             Fee: $153.60*
                                                              Hunziker & Wong      Bldg 19, Rm 206/207
   INTRO TO WINDOWS & MS OFFICE APPLICATIONS                  Item 7124            Fee: $25*                           ACHV 037: ON YOUR OWN -CARING FOR PERSONAL
   Learn the basic principles of Microsoft Office. Course      No class Jan 15 and Feb 19                               NEEDS II
   includes an overview of Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Ac-                                                                Develop the ability to care for personal needs. Weekly
   cess and Publisher, and will assist you with practical   ACHV 022: LEARNING STYLES AND STUDY SKILLS                 topics covered include hygiene basics, personal safety,
   tips you can use at home or work. Class is one hour      —CRITICAL THINKING AND PROBLEM SOLVING                     healthcare management and coping skills/stress
   with an optional half hour lab. Non-credit.              Learn how-to steps and problem-solving ideas in an         management strategies. This is Part II in a three part
                                                            effort to recognize and solve real-world problems.         series. 2 credits
     Jan 5 - Mar 16        10:00-11:30A                     Develop elf-advocacy skills and the ability to combine
     11 Fri                Main Campus                      and use information from a variety of life experiences       Jan 3 - Mar 14        1:00-3:00P
     Casey Richardson      Bldg 30, Rm 102                  by exploring potential outcomes and gaining insight into     11 Wed                Main Campus
     Item 9126             Fee: $75 + $33.00 lab fee        the difference between fact and opinion. 3 credits           Linda Felton          Bldg 22 Rm 203
                                                                                                                         Item 7119             Fee: $153.60*
                                                              Jan 2 - Mar 15         10:30A-12:00P
                                                              11 Tue/Thu             Main Campus
  * If a student is taking 10 or more credits per             Rick Shultz            Bldg 10 Rm 204
     quarter, tuition rates WILL vary.                        Item 7103              Fee: $230.40*




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Women’s Programs and WorkFirst Services
Note: These are sample course listings and may change. ALL COURSES REQUIRE PRE-REGISTRATION. Call for a complete list of courses.

Our purpose is to provide a welcoming place for         WINTER PRESENTATIONS                                   TO ENROLL ...
potential students, current students and community
members who are looking for classes, workshops          CONSIDERING COLLEGE—AN ORIENTATION TO                    in Person: Come to the Women’s Program
and services focused on issues facing them today.       HIGHLINE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
                                                        Ready for a change but unsure of where to start?       Office in Building 6, 1st floor. See our Office
We can help you overcome the hurdles you face
coming to school, support you while you are here        Wondering whether college is the right place for       Hours.
and assist with the transition back to work. Funding    you? Considering College is the perfect place to
                                                        begin. This FREE workshop will help you learn the        by Telephone: Register by phone at (206)
is provided through the college and community sup-
port. On-going services include college advising, job   process of coming to college and steps to a brighter   878-3710, ext. 3340, during office hours.
search assistance and resource referral. Students       future. Learn about financing your education and
and community members may call to schedule a free       resources to help you succeed. Workshops are
appointment or sign up for orientation. Our classes     held regularly throughout the quarter. Facilitated     ARE YOU A WORKFIRST
and services are open to both men and women.            by Jean Munro. Call (206) 878-3710, ext. 3340,
                                                        to register.
                                                                                                               PARTICIPANT?
                                                                                                               • WorkFirst is designed to help people find employ-
OFFICE HOURS                                            COLLEGE 199                                              ment and increase their opportunity for economic
We are located on the main campus, Building 6,          Class provides an opportunity for students to
lower level. Office hours are Mon.–Tue., 8:00 a.m.–                                                               advancement.
                                                        develop tools that prepare them for academic and
7:00 p.m.; Wed.–Thu. 8:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.; and Fri.                                                             • Highline is committed to helping you receive all the
                                                        personal success. Specific emphasis will be placed
9:00 a.m.–1:00 p.m. To register for workshops or                                                                 support necessary for success as a student and as
                                                        on academic and career goal setting. Facilitated
events, call (206) 878-3710, ext. 3340.                                                                          a graduate of Highline.
                                                        by Cindy Holland. Call (206) 878-3710, ext. 3340,
                                                        to register.                                           If you have questions regarding your ability to seek train-
SERVICES                                                                                                       ing and tuition assistance, or if you want to know more
* Academic Advising       * WorkFirst Services                                                                 about services that will benefit you, contact:
* Workshops               * Tuition Assistance
* Job Search              * Parenting Support                                                                  Marie Bruin, Women’s Programs
* Sexual Harassment Information                                                                                Bldg. 6, 1st floor; (206) 878-3710, ext. 3340
* Community Resource and Referrals



Coming Winter Quarter
In December...
THE ANNUAL GIVING TREE , In conjunction with Student Programs
 An activity aimed at adopting low-income HCC students and their families for
 the holiday season.

NOBLE WHIMS
 A new scholarship fund designed to assist students with the purchase
 of necessary school supplies. Fund raising sponsored by HCC Book-
 store and HCC Women’s Programs.


In February...
BATTLE AGAINST BREAST CANCER
 —Faculty vs. Lady T-Birds Basketball Game
 Funds generated go to the local efforts of the Susan G. Kohmen Breast
 Cancer Research Foundation.


In March...
EYH – EXPANDING YOUR HORIZONS*
 A 1-day event with workshops focused on math, science, and tech-
 nology careers, serving approx. 700 middle school and junior high
 students. To volunteer, contact Women’s Programs at ext. 3340.
*This event is sponsored by HCC Women’s Programs; the Math, Science Network; and the
AAUW – American Association of University Women.

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   Services for Students
    Highline Community College has a wide variety of programs and services to help you achieve your edu-
                                                                                                                    FINANCIAL AID & SCHOLARSHIPS
                                                                                                                    Bldg. 6, upper level; ext. 3358
                                                                                                                    www.highline.edu/stuserv/financialaid
    cational and professional development needs. See “Quick Directory” on page 3 if hours are not listed            Financial aid application deadlines:
    here. Phone number is (206) 878-3710 and the extension, unless otherwise noted.                                 Fall ’06       Winter ’07        Spring ’07      Summer ’07
                                                                                                                    June 1, ’06 Sept 28, ’06 Jan 25, ’07 April 19, ’07
                                                                                                                    Highline recommends students complete the Free
   ACCESS SERVICES                                           COOP ED & INTERNSHIPS                                  Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)in a
   Outreach Center, Bldg. 99, Rm. 180; ext. 3857             Bldg. 6, upper level; ext. 3343                        timely manner. If the Federal Processor receives
   TDD (206) 870-4853
   www.highline.edu/stuserv                                  Also known as an internship, Cooperative Education     your complete and accurate application and all
                                                             integrates classroom study with planned, super-        other requested documentation has been submit-
   Highline Community College offers support ser-            vised work experience. Participating students have     ted to our office, you have met the deadline for the
   vices for students with disabilities to ensure access     a chance to make valuable contacts with potential      awarding cycle. You should receive notification of
   to programs and facilities. Access Services directly      employers while developing skills for a chosen         your eligibility prior to the start of the quarter.
   assists students with disabilities by providing           career. Students also enhance their resumes/port-      Note: If you missed the deadline, you can register for classes
   classroom and campus accommodations.                                                                             and pay for your tuition and books using your own money. We
                                                             folios through career-related work experience, gain    will review your file as soon as possible. If you are eligible for
                                                             perspective on career goals through application        financial aid, you may be reimbursed for some or all of your
                                                             of classroom theory to “real-life experience,” and     school expenses. FAFSA information is available on the web
   ADMISSIONS/ENTRY SERVICES                                 build confidence and human relation skills through      at http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/.
   Bldg. 6, upper level; ext. 3181                           interaction with co-workers, supervisor and faculty
   admissions@highline.edu                                                                                          Scholarship deadlines vary. The Highline Community
                                                             coordinator.
                                                                                                                    College Foundation provides a wide range of scholar-
   Admissions/Entry Services provides all necessary          Credit is earned for the learning that occurs on       ship opportunities. Application packets describing
   general information to students concerning admission,     the job (up to 1 credit for every 30 hours of work     these scholarships and detailed requirements are
   registration, placement testing, academic degree pro-     per quarter). Students can use these credits as a      generally available by mid-February. Packets are
   grams, and funding sources to all new, prospective, and   graduation requirement toward a degree or cer-         available through Financial Aid or directly from the
   returning students. The friendly and knowledgeable        tificate, as elective credit toward an AA transfer      Foundation office.
   staff also provides important referrals to other campus   degree or as support credit toward an AAS degree
   services that assist students in navigating what may      or certificate.
   sometimes seem a complex process.                                                                                FITNESS CENTER
                                                                                                                    Bldg. 21,Rm.
                                                             COUNSELING CENTER                                      http://flightline.highline.edu/pe/fitnesscenter.htm
   BOOKSTORE                                                  Services—Personal, Educational, Career                The Fitness Center has cardio, strength, and flexibil-
   Bldg. 8; ext. 3225
   www.highlinebookstore.com                                 Student Development Center,                            ity training areas. There are open hours for student,
                                                             Bldg. 6, upper level; ext. 3353                        faculty, and staff use (except summer quarter). It is
   The campus bookstore provides required and optional                                                              closed when the college is closed.
   textbooks, additional reading materials and supplies      Our Center provides counseling, consultation, stu-
   as well as a wide selection of gifts, cards and candy.    dent success workshops, and crisis intervention to
   It offers special order services and software at edu-     enrolled students in a confidential setting. There is
   cational discounts. Book buyback takes place during       no charge for our services.
                                                                                                                    INSTRUCTIONAL COMPUTING
                                                                                                                    Bldg. 30; ext. 4880
   finals week. See “Important Dates” on p. 2 for dates
   and times. Bookstore agency vouchers are valid only                                                              Students enrolled in courses which use IC facilities or
   during certain periods. See “Important Dates” on p.       EDUCATIONAL PLANNING &                                 online resources will be charged a $33 fee and given a
   2 for dates.                                                                                                     username and password to gain access. Students not
                                                             ADVISING CENTER                                        enrolled in such classes who wish to gain access to IC
                                                             Bldg. 6, upper level; ext. 3584                        resources may pay the fee at the Cashier’s office in
                                                             edplanning@highline.edu
   CHILD CARE CENTER                                         www.highline.edu/stuserv/edplanning/
                                                                                                                    Bldg 6 and will have an account the next day. Resourc-
   Bldg. 0; ext. 3224                                                                                               es include software supporting instructional programs
                                                             The Educational Planning and Advising Center           and access to Web and Internet resources. Students
   The center offers day child care for the children of      (EPAC) provides valuable information about High-       are required to possess a valid Highline Student ID
   students, faculty, staff and Washington state em-         line professional/technical programs and transfer      card and must present it on request. Detailed policies,
   ployees. Children 6-weeks through 5 years old and not     degrees and can assist you with course selection       FAQs, and technical support are available at http://
   in kindergarden are accepted. The center provides a       and curriculum planning. It also provides referrals    flightline.highline.edu/ic/.
   nurturing environment for the healthy mental, physi-      to faculty advisers and includes the Transfer Cen-
   cal, emotional and social development of children with    ter, which can provide you with four-year school
   a developmentally appropriate learning program that       referrals and resources. EPAC offers workshops,        INTER-CULTURAL CENTER
   includes reading readiness, science, arts and crafts,     drop-in advising, and Web advising as well as          Mon–Thu., 9:00 a.m.–3:30 p.m.; Fri., 9:00 a.m.–1:30 p.m.
   cooking, mathematics, music, problem-solving, out-        printed and Web site resources.                        Bldg. 6, lower level (Rm. 164); ext. 4350
   door activities and creative thinking.
   There is a Head Start program for qualifying families.                                                           The Inter-Cultural Center (ICC) is an intimate
                                                                                                                    lounge and resource center for students, staff and
                                                                                                                    faculty. It is a vibrant and safe space to explore and
  On the other side...                                                                                              celebrate diversity in an educational setting. The
                                                                                                                    ICC provides peer mentoring for students, comput-
      Check out the Center for Extended Learning’s new Web site.                                                    ers for student use, scholarship information, and
                                                                                                                    a multicultural library. Programs include: Men of
  Designed with you in mind, it makes extended learning registrations easy. The Center for Extended                 Vision (men’s discussion group), Sisters Empower
  Learning provides a variety of informational and entertaining classes, so you can beef up on skills or            (women’s discussion group) and Courageous Con-
  fill out a hard-core academic schedule with a class just for you.                                                  versations. Come relax between classes, meet your
                                                                                                                    study partner or check your email.

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INTERNATIONAL STUDENT                                  STUDENT EMPLOYMENT SERVICES                                WOMEN’S PROGRAMS
                                                       Mon., 8 a.m.–7 p.m.; Tue.–Thu., 8 a.m.–5 p.m.; and Fri.,   Bldg. 6, lower level; ext. 3340; also see page 9
PROGRAMS                                               9 a.m.–12 p.m.
Mon–Thu., 8 a.m.–5 p.m.; Fri., 9 a.m.–5 p.m.           Bldg. 6, upper level; Student Center    ext. 3350          Our purpose is to provide a welcoming place for
Bldg. 9, lower level; ext. 3725                        etingels@highline.edu                                      potential students, current students and community
                                                                                                                  members who are looking for classes, workshops
This office provides services to international stu-     Student Employment has position listings for both          and services focused on issues facing them today.
dents attending Highline. These services include       on and off-campus jobs. Openings include State and
international admissions, an extensive orientation,    Federal Work Study, General Fund and off-campus            For Tuition Assistance information, please see
academic advising, housing assistance (including       positions that are part time and full time. Work           page 9.
opportunities to live with an American family),        Study students must attend an orientation session
events and activities, information on immigration      before starting work. Most campus positions can
regulations and assistance with adjustment to
a new cultural environment. The office also has
                                                       be viewed 24 hours a day, seven days a week using          WORKER RETRAINING
                                                       “Interfase,” our online job posting system.                Bldg. 6, upper level; ext. 3802
information on Study Abroad programs.
                                                                                                                  Individuals who seek to upgrade skills and retrain
                                                                                                                  may qualify for assistance enrolling in one of over
LIBRARY                                                TESTING CENTER                                             40 Professional/Technical Education programs at
Bldg. 25; ext. 3234                                    Bldg. 3, north end; ext. 3990
                                                                                                                  Highline.
The library offers a reference collection, general     Basic skills tests are presented at convenient
                                                       times throughout the week. Highline’s basic skills         Qualifying factors: Currently receiving unemploy-
book collection, magazines, newspapers, maps,
                                                       test is called COMPASS/ESL and its scores may              ment benefits, or have received benefits within last
pamphlets and a variety of materials in differ-
                                                       substitute for ASSET course prerequisites. The             two years; are facing a layoff; married but changed
ent formats, e.g., videos, language tapes and
                                                       cost is included in your application fee. Please call      jobs or went to work due to changing circum-
educational CDs. Our electronic and internet
                                                       the Testing Center for information on test times,          stances in the family; were self-employed and are
resources, of which many are accessible to
                                                       dates and locations.                                       out-of-work due to local economic conditions.
our students off campus, consists of over 27
databases accessing information over a vast
area of subjects. The library is also a government
depository offering government resources in dif-
ferent formats. Our staff members are available
                                                       TRANSFER CENTER
                                                       Bldg. 6, upper level; ext. 3295
                                                                                                                  Student
to guide and assist students. A Highline ID card is    transfer@highline.edu
required to checkout library materials. Additional
information regarding our resources and services
                                                       www.highline.edu/stuserv/edplanning/transfer/tr.htm
                                                       Early planning is the key to a successful transfer!
                                                                                                                  Programs
may be found on the Web at flightline.highline.         The Transfer Center provides support to students            Highline fully supports the academic and per-
edu/library.                                           through workshops, college visitations, transfer            sonal development of all students and offers a
                                                       fairs, and transfer advising appointments. The              diverse range of opportunities for involvement.
                                                       center provides a library of college handbooks,             Through campus activities students learn valu-
MULTICULTURAL SERVICES                                 program materials/applications and computers                able life skills such as teamwork, goal setting,
Student Development Center, Bldg. 6, upper level;      to access transfer admissions information at the            effective communication and organization.
ext. 3296                                              four-year schools.
Multicultural Services provides retention and                                                                     Bldg. 8 (Highline Student Union); ext. 3536
                                                       Be sure to visit the center’s Web site for an update
support services for students of color with an                                                                    www.highline.edu/stuserv/programs
                                                       on transfer events during the quarter.
emphasis on advising, leadership development,
clubs/organizations, scholarship information,          College Transfer Fair—More than 20 colleges
advocacy, campus diversity programs and fresh-         and universities will be on campus to help you             STUDENT GOVERNMENT
man seminar (College 100) courses designed             with your transfer planning!                               Participate in the system that represents students’
specifically for multicultural students. Our staff is                                                              interests and viewpoints in the college governance
                                                       9:00 a.m.—12:30 p.m., Tuesday, January 23, 2007            structure. Students may participate as an officer or
committed to working with the college community
to promote campus diversity and multicultural          Highline Student Union (Bldg. 8), first floor                in one of the many campus committees. To find out
understanding.                                                                                                    more, contact the ASHCC President at ext. 3215.

                                                       TUTORING CENTER
RUNNING START                                          Bldg. 26, Rm. 319; ext. 3444                               MULTICULTURAL PROGRAMS
Student Dev. Center, Bldg. 6, upper level; ext. 3583   The Tutoring Center offers assistance to students          Learn more about different cultures and heritages
                                                       who encounter academic difficulties in their               through activities or participation in one of our
We invite high school juniors or seniors with col-                                                                ethnic clubs and organizations.
lege-level skills to be part of Highline’s Running     courses. Drop-in and group tutoring is available
Start program. Running Start gives you the op-         to currently enrolled students. Tutoring areas are
portunity to take college courses to apply toward      varied and include math, writing, languages and
your high school diploma—and, with careful plan-       the sciences.                                              JOURNALISM/CREATIVE WRITING
                                                                                                                  Gain hands-on experience and develop personal
ning—toward your college degree. Tuition is paid
                                                                                                                  skills through work on The Thunderword, our stu-
by your high school. You are encouraged to contact
your high school counselor or Highline’s Running       VETERANS SERVICES                                          dent newspaper, or Arcturus, a fine-arts publication
                                                       Registration Center, Bldg. 6, lower level; ext. 3285       of poetry, prose, and photography submitted by
Start program office for more information.
                                                                                                                  members of the campus community.
Deadline to submit winter quarter RS authorization     This office serves those applying for and receiv-
form and qualifying COMPASS scores is                  ing Department of Veteran Affairs Educational
 January 3, 2007                                       Benefits. For more information, call or stop by the         PERFORMING/CREATIVE ARTS
                                                       Registration Center.                                       Explore hidden talents and make new friends in
To learn more about the program, attend an
information session                                                                                               the drama program or vocal ensemble. Students
 Wednesday, August 30 at 6 p.m. in Bldg. 7                                                                        have opportunities to work or perform for quar-
                                                                                                                  terly drama productions or in one of our vocal
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 Highline Online                                               You must register for Highline Online and Washington Online classes through the Distance Learning
  These courses are offered over the Internet and do           Web site, flightline.highline.edu/distanceed. (For continuing education classes online, go to flightline.
  not meet on campus. Enrolled students must have              highline.edu/cel/.)
  an e-mail account. A $32 fee will be charged and
                                                                        Refer to the Computer Requirements (seen during the registration process) on the Distance Learning Web site to ensure
  students in these courses have access to campus                       that you are adequately equipped to access and participate in the online courses, or find more info in the “FAQs.” For
  computer labs. Additional fees may be charged for                     academic advising, please contact Denny Steussy at dsteussy@highline.edu or (206) 878-3710, ext. 3534.
  course materials, depending on the course. If the in-
  structor provides course materials, the materials will
  be mailed to students before class begins. Otherwise,
  students may purchase course materials online or in
                                                              Highline Online
  person through Highline’s bookstore. Courses have           ITEM #   COURSE NO.      TITLE                  CREDITS
  multiple deadlines throughout the quarter and are
                                                              2015     ACCTG 121       Practical Accounting         5           5313      LIBR     170      Bibliographic Records I       5
  not self-paced.
                                                              2027     ACCTG 202       Financial Accounting         5           5317      LIBR     180      Media Services                5
                                                              2034     ACCTG 282       Underst Financial Stmts 2                6315      MATH     097      Intermediate Algebra          5
 Washington Online                                            2481     BTECH 103       Modular Keyboarding 1-5                  6323      MATH     107      Math-A Practical Art          5
  Washington Online (WAOL) is a cooperative effort
  by the community college system to provide courses          2287     BTECH 108       Microsoft Excel              3           6379      MATH     210      Elements of Statistics        5
  necessary to complete an AA degree using the Inter-         2289     BTECH 109       Advanced Excel               2           2119      MED A    113      Term/Anatomy/Physio 1         2
  net. WAOL courses use an online classroom created           2504     BTECH 111       Modular Intro Ms Office 1-5               2125      MED A    120      Therapeutic Comm Skills       3
  by downloading software from WAOL. The courses
  have start and stop dates, regular assignments and
                                                              2293     BTECH 114       Microsoft Powerpoint         2           2129      MED A    123      Med/Ethics Amb Care           2
  project due dates. WAOL is not a college and doesn’t        2537     BTECH 217       Modular Ms Word            1-5           2135      MED A    125      Digest Term/Anat/Pharm        1
  register students, grant credit or give grades. Courses     2319     BTECH 260       Project Management II 5                  2143      MED A    133      Genito Term/Anat/Pharm        1
  are Highline courses. Enroll through Highline’s Dis-
                                                              2320     BTECH 262       Microsoft Visio 2003         2           2155      MED A    143      Female term/Anat/Pharm        1
  tance Learning Web site.
                                                              2321     BTECH 266       Dynmcs of Labr Relations 5               2173      MED A    161      Neuro Term/Anat/Pharm         1
                                                              2039     BUSN 100        Survey of Business           5           2185      MED A    201      Cardioterm/Anat/Pharm         1
 Telecourses                                                  2041     BUSN 125        Exploring E-Commerce 5                   2195      MED A    209      Respirterm/Anat/Pharm         1
  Telecourses are credit courses that may help you
  meet your degree requirements while adding flexi-            2043     BUSN 132        Advertising                  5           2205      MED A    217      Bid/Lymp Term/Anat/Ph         1
  bility to your schedule. You must attend one of the         2051     BUSN 135        Business Mathematics         5           2215      MED A    233      Musculo Term/Anat/Ph          1
  orientations, check out the videotape from Highline’s       2065     BUSN 160        Human/Labor Relations 5                  2229      MED A    243      Derm Term/Anat/Pharm          1
  library, read the text book, participate in optional dis-
  cussion sessions and take exams. (Check department
                                                              2077     BUSN 210        Statistical Analysis         5           2237      MED A    251      Specsens/Term/Anat/Ph         1
  listing for number of credits and to find out when the       2083     BUSN 216        Microcom/Applications 5                  2251      MED A    263      Endo Term/Anat/Pharm          1
  orientation sessions are scheduled. Students are gen-       2097     BUSN 270        Prin of Mgt/Supervision 5                3344      NUTR     110      Science of Nutrition          5
  erally required to take exams on campus.) $33.45 lab        6079     C SCI 102       Create w/H-, X- DHTML 5                  3338      PARNT    120      Basic Parenting ABC’s I       2
  fee, subject to change.
  For course-related information, contact the instructor      6083     C SCI 105       Applications W/Ms Office 3                1169      POL S    120      American Government           5
  listed in the quarterly. You may register for telecourses   1043     CGG 110         Global Studies               5           1173      POL S    150      State & Local Gov’ment        5
  via Web registration.
                                                              1201     GEOG 100        Survey of Geography          5           3055      PSG      204      Clinical Sleep Disorders      4
                                                              1205     GEOG 205        Physical Geography           5           3057      PSG      205      Advanced Polysom              5
 Hybrids                                                      6169     GEOL 189        Quantitative Geology         1           3059      PSG      206      Scoring And Analysis          5
  Hybrid courses take place partially online and partial-     2363     HOTEL 100       Intro to Hosp & Tourism 5                1115      PSYCH    100      Intro to Psychology           5
  ly on campus, and may add flexibility to your schedule
  while meeting your degree requirements. While the           2366     HOTEL 139       Pre-Internship Seminar 2                 5038      SPCH     100      Basic Oral Comm               5
  majority of interaction and work take place online,         2377     HOTEL 248       Marketing in Hospitality 5               2339      TRANS    100      Intro to Hosp & Tourism       5
  students are required to attend periodically sched-         2379     HOTEL 282       Hotel/T Mgmt: Unstd F/S 2                4031      WRIT     091      Prep College Writing I        5
  uled on-campus meetings. An additional fee applies
  for hybrid courses.
                                                              2437     LEGAL 200       Legal Research/Writ II       5           4049      WRIT     098      Prep College Writing II       5
                                                              5301     LIBR 100        Intro to Libr & Info Svs     5           4099      WRIT     101      Principles of Writing         5




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Hybrid Courses                                                   Late Start Classes                                                     Washington Online
                                                                 Most of these courses offer a convenient way to pick up one,           WAOL courses may start on a different day than Highline’s;
These courses have both in-class and an online components.       two or five credits mid-quarter. While not all courses begin            visit www.waol.org to log into your online classroom
For students who have busy lives and like to vary the delivery   for the first time mid-quarter, all have their first meeting after       before the first day of your WAOL course.
method of their learning, these classes may offer a convenient   the regular quarter starts. Check within individual sections for
way to learn. Weekend College classes are also offered in the    complete prerequisite, credit and time information.                    ITEM #    COURSE NO.         TITLE                 CREDITS
hybrid format.                                                                                                                          7325      ANTHR 100          Survey of Anthropology 5
                                                                 ITEM # COURSE NO.         TITLE                        START   CR
ITEM #   COURSE NO.         TITLE                  CREDITS                                                                              7359      BTECH 110          Business Procedures I       5
                                                                 1095     BEHAV    131     Suicide Intervention          1/20       1
6009     BIOL 110           Marine Biology               5                                                                              7337      ECON 110           Essentials of Economics 5
                                                                 2289     BTECH    109     Advanced Excel                2/19       2
6011     BIOL 118           Intro Human Physiology 5                                                                                    7301      HIST 111           European Ancient History 5
                                                                 2297     BTECH    139     Pre-Coop Work Exper Sem       1/19       1
6013     BIOL 121           Genetic Revolution           5                                                                              7329      PE      100        Personal Health Science 3
                                                                 2320     BTECH    262     Microsoft Visio 2003          2/19       2
6025     BIOL 151           Intro to Cell Biology        5                                                                              7333      PHIL 100           Intro to Philosophy         5
                                                                 7013     COOP     139     Coop Prep Seminar             1/19       1
2297     BTECH 139          Pre-Coop Work Exp Sem 1                                                                                     7317      P SCI 120          Astronomy                   5
                                                                 6065     GE SC    195     Survey-Science Lab            1/24       1
2301     BTECH 141          Coop Work Exp Sem            1                                                                              7315      PSYCH 215          Develop Psych: Life Span 5
                                                                 6063     GE SC    195     Survey-Science Lab            1/24       1
2313     BTECH 241          Coop Work Exp Sem            1                                                                              7321      SOC     110        Survey of Society           5
                                                                 6165     GEOL     152     Puget Sound Disasters         3/3        1
2069     BUSN 188           Importing And Exporting 5                                                                                   7305      WRIT 101           Principles of Writing       5
                                                                 4223     HUM      107     Special Topics in Film        2/12       2
6091     C SCI 143          Obj-Orient Prog II w/Java 5                                                                                 7309      WRIT 105           Research/Persuasive Writ 5
                                                                 2425     LEGAL    139     Pre-Coop Wrk Exp Seminar      1/19       1
7013     COOP 139           Coop Prep Seminar            1
                                                                 5305     LIBR     131     Legal Reference Sources       1/20       1
1617     HS      040        Reading Skills I             5
                                                                 5309     LIBR     151     Business Info Sources         2/24       1   Weekend College
1621     HS      045        Reading Skills II            5
                                                                 6295     MATH     097     Intermediate Algebra          2/13       5   These courses blend personal connection with on-line conve-
1629     HS      049        Reading Skills III           5
                                                                 4071     WRIT     101     Principles of Writing         1/22       5   nience. Classes meet every other weekend. Students can work
1063     H SER 120          Group, Comm/Society          5                                                                              toward a transfer degree focused on business, elementary
1067     H SER 141          Practicum Seminar I          1                                                                              education, or general studies. Each course is offered in a hybrid
                                                                                                                                        format. That way, students can experience the community of
1073     H SER 241          Practicum Seminar II         1
                                                                 MaST Classes                                                           the classroom, get to know their instructors, and use the many
5303     LIBR 100           Intro to Libr & Info Svs     5       Room with a View: Marine Science and                                   support resources of the campus — without making a full-time
5311     LIBR 170           Cataloging I                 5                                                                              commitment to weekday or evening class attendance. For
                                                                 Technology (MaST) Center                                               more info, visit www.flightline.highline.edu/weekend/.
5315     LIBR 180           Media Services               5       The MaST Center will be under construction during winter and
5149     MUSIC 106          History of Rock Music        5       spring quarters. Look for classes to start again in summer in          ITEM COURSE NO. TITLE                            DAY          CR
                                                                 our new, improved facility. Visit our Web site at www.highline.
6069     OCEAN 101          Survey of Oceanography 5             edu/mast for pictures and construction updates. Located                1159   ECON 212              Prin of Macroeconomics           5
3345     OPTIC 102          Ocular Anat/Phys/Phar 5              near the Redondo Beach Park—only five minutes from cam-                 4241 LIT       110           Children’s Literature            5
1273     READ 030           College Prep Reading I       5       pus—Highline’s waterfront laboratory is unique in the lower            6257 MATH 085                Preparation for Algebra          5
                                                                 Puget Sound. If you are looking for a change of scenery, try
1279     READ 057           Reading Laboratory           5       a class at MaST. Planning may be required for participation.           6283 MATH 091                Beginning Algebra                5
1281     READ 057           Reading Laboratory           5       Contact instructor or dept coord for more info.                        6313 MATH 097                Intermediate Algebra             5
1289     READ 060           College Prep Read II         5                                                                              6175   P SCI 120             Astronomy                        5
                                                                 ITEM #     COURSE                 TITLE                 CREDITS
1299     READ 091           College Prep Reading III 5                                                                                  1261   SOC     130           American Diversity               5
                                                                 6008       BIOL 110               Marine Biology               5
1275     READ 030L          College Prep Read Lab I 5            6060       OCEAN 101              Survey of Oceanography       5
1277     READ 030L          College Prep Read Lab I 5
1291     READ 060L          College Prep Read Lab II 5
1293     READ 060L          College Prep Read Lab II 5           Telecourses
1301     READ 091L          College Prep Read LabIII 5
1303     READ 091L          College Prep Read LabIII 5           ITEM #     COURSE NO.             TITLE                 CREDITS
5037     SPCH 100           Basic Oral Comm              5       1238       HIST     121           US History to 1815           5
5053     SPCH 213           Presentation Skills          5       1260       SOC      110           Intro to Sociology           5
                                                                 Students may: 1)View the tape in Library Circulation Services
4111     WRIT 105           Research/Persuasive Writ 5           (2nd floor, Bldg 25), during regular library hours (206-878-
4115     WRIT 143           Intro to Tech Writing        5       3710, ext. 3234); 2) Check out up to 3 videotapes for up to 7
                                                                 days. There are no renewals after the first 7 days; or 3) Rent
                                                                 an entire set of tapes for the quarter—tapes due back the first
                                                                 week of final exams—for a non-refundable rental fee of $40.
                                                                 You may pay for and pick up the tapes at Circulation Services
                                                                 in the library. Current Highline Student Identification is
                                                                 required for all 3 options.

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                          Credit Classes
                          HOW TO READ THE SCHEDULE FOR CREDIT CLASSES
                          Example of a class listing.                                                               Department (BIOL), course number (232), course title (HUMAN ANAT &
                                                                                                                    PHYSIOLO II), credit value (5 quarter credits).
                                                                                                                    Prerequisite is any course or skill needed before enrolling in the class.
                                                                                                                    If there is a prerequisite, recommendation, or note, it will appear on the
                                                                                                                    second line. Fees, if any, will follow.
                          BIOL      232 HUMAN ANAT & PHYSIOLO II                       5
                           Prereq: MATH 081 or higher; or min. ASSET numerical skills 44; or min.                   Item number (1032) is a number used to identify the course for registra-
                           COMPASS pre-algebra 60. BIOL 231 w/2.0, or perm. Add’l $29.80 fee.                       tion; location building-room (10-201), days of week (M-F is Monday through
                                                                                                                    Friday), meeting time (9:00 a.m. – 9:50 a.m.), instructor (JONES J).
                                        6041       13-105       MTTh         8:30A-9:45A                   GAN C    Additional arranged study or lab times the course might meet each week.
                                                   12-102       W            8:00A-9:50A                   GAN C    These times will be arranged with the instructor the first day of class unless
                                                                                                                    a specific time, day and room is given.
                          § CGG         115  SOCIETY AND THE ARTS                                      5
                                                                                                                    Section-specific notes, unique start and end dates appear directly below
                                        1044 TBA      M-Th   11:00A-12:03P                              BLADES L
                                                                                                                    the section listing. See side bars for notes on Hybrid, Online, Weekend Col-
                                        1045 TBA      MW     7:35P-9:45P                                   STAFF
                                                                                                                    lege or Coordinated Studies sections.
                                        Item #1045 topic: Body Images
                                                                                                                    Shaded items are evening or weekend (Saturday or Saturday/Sunday)
                                                                                                                    courses.
                                                                                                                    An § indicates the course meets the CGG degree requirement.



 ❖   Coordinated          WINTER ’07 FINALS SCHEDULE
 Studies course, com-
                          TUESDAY, March 20                                                                         Friday, March 23
 bined with another
                          8:00 MWF and M-F Classes......................... 8:00-9:50                               8:00 TTh Classes.............................................. 8:00-9:50
 subject course for 10
                          11:00 MWF, M-Th and M-F Classes..........10:00-11:50                                      9:00 TTh Classes ............................................. 8:00-9:50
 credits. See Coordi-                                                                                               11:00 TTh Classes ...........................................10:00-11:50
                          1:20 MWF, M-Th and M-F Classes ............ 12:30-2:20
 nated Studies section.   3:10 MWF and M-F Classes ...........................2:30-4:20                             12:10 TTh Classes ...........................................10:00-11:50
                                                                                                                    1:20 TTh Classes .............................................. 12:30-2:20
     Hybrid course.                                                                                                 Rsvd for unsched/conflicts .............................2:30-4:20
 Partially online; see    WEDNESDAY, March 21
                                                                                                                    All exams will be in the regularly assigned classroom if possible.
 instructor or depart-    7:00 MWF and M-F Classes ......................... 8:00-9:50
 ment coordinator for     10:00 MWF and M-F Classes .....................10:00-11:50                                Evening (includes 4:00 PM and Sat classes) Final Examinations: Should
 more information.        12:10 MWF, M-Th and M-F Classes ........... 12:30-2:20                                    be scheduled for the class period immediately preceding Thursday of
                          2:00 MWF and M-F Classes..........................2:30-4:20                               finals week. Instructors will announce dates and times.
 Add’l $33 fee.
                                                                                                                    *Instructors may begin exam at 7:00 a.m. for student con-
     Online course.       Thursday, March 22                                                                        venience.
 Students may register    9:00 MWF and M-F Classes......................... 8:00-9:50
 through the Distance     10:00 TTh Classes..........................................10:00-11:50
 Learning Web page.       12:10 TTh Classes ............................................ 12:30-2:20
 Add’l $33 fee.           2:00 TTh Classes...............................................2:30-4:20
                          3:10 TTh Classes ................................................2:30-4:20
     Weekend Col-
 lege course. These
                                                                                                                      ACCTG 202 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING                            5
 hybrid courses are       ACCOUNTING                                                                                  Prereq: ACCTG 201 with a minimum grade of 2.0. Add’l $33 fee.
 partially online; see    Fac Adv, Bldg 29: Ron Sabado, (Coord), ext. 3561; Jim DeLisa, ext 3486; Mi-                          2023 10-101 M-F           8:00A- 8:50A              DELISA J
 see instructor or de-    chael Girvin, ext 3562; Anthony Newton, ext 3376; Geoff Turck, ext 3117                              2025 TBA          M-F     9:00A- 9:50A            SABADO R
 partment coordinator                                                                                                          2027              ONLINE COURSE                   MOUNT H
                            ACCTG 121      PRACTICAL ACCOUNTING                                        5
 for more information.      Add’l $33 fee.                                                                            ACCTG 203 MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING                                            5
 Also see www.high-                   2001 TBA     M-F     8:00A- 8:50A                                  TURCK G      Recommend ACCTG 201. Add’l $33 fee.
 line.edu/weekend.                    2003 10-101 M-F      9:00A- 9:50A                                NEWTON A              2029 TBA        M-F        11:00A-11:50A                            SABADO R
 Add’l $33 fee.                       2005 10-101 M-F      10:00A-10:50A                                 DELISA J            2031 TBA        MW         5:15P-7:25P                              SABADO R
                                      2007 10-101 M-F      11:00A-11:50A                                 DELISA J
                                      2009 10-101 M-Th     12:10P-1:13P                                NEWTON A       ACCTG 217       INCOME TAX PROCEDURES                                      5
 Shaded areas indi-                   2011  13-104 TTh     1:20P-3:40P                                     STAFF      Prereq: BUSN 121 or 201.
 cate Saturday and                    2013 10-101 MW       7:35P-9:45P                                   NUZZO T               2033 30-303 TTh       7:35P-9:45P                                 NEWTON A
 evening courses.                     2015         ONLINE COURSE                                          BILLE P
                                                                                                                      ACCTG 282 UNDERSTANDING FINANCIAL ACCTG 2
                            ACCTG 201 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING                        5                                   Prereq: ACCTG 121 or instructor permission. Recommend for 2nd year
 § Meets Globalism          Recommend sophomore standing and ACCTG 121. Add’l $33 fee.                                students or industry professionals. Add’l $33 fee.
                                   2017 TBA         M-F      10:00A-10:50A          TURCK G                                    2034                ONLINE COURSE               SABADO R
 and Diversity                     2019 TBA         M-F      11:00A-11:50A          TURCK G
 requirement.                      2021 10-103 TTh           7:35P-9:45P            NUZZO T                           INDEPENDENT STUDIES: ARRANGE WITH INSTRUCTOR




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                                                                           ART       101  DESIGN I:TWO DIMENSIONAL                        5
ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE                                                            5069 16-176 MWF      11:00A- 1:00P                  GARDINER J
 A felony conviction or any conviction involving domestic vio-
 lence generally considered a disqualifier for law enforcement              ART       102 DESIGN II: 3 DIMENSIONAL                         5
                                                                           Prereq: Art 101 or permission. Add’l $28.40 fee.
 employment.
                                                                                     5071 16-176 MWF               11:00A- 1:00P         GARDINER J
Fac Adv/Coord: Garry Wegner, Bldg 11, ext 3422
                                                                           ART       105 INTRODUCTION TO COLOR                           5
 ADM J    102 THE JUSTICE SYSTEM                           5                         5073 16-170 MW     7:35P-9:45P                   BOLLENBACH J
          1001 23-108 M-F      9:00A- 9:50A                WEGNER G
          1003 23-108 M-F      11:00A-11:50A               WEGNER G        ART       110  DRAWING I:BEGINNING                            5
                                                                                     5075 16-170 MWF      1:20P-4:15P                 BOLLENBACH J
 ADM J    104 JUVENILE JUSTICE                             5                         5077 16-170 MW       7:35P-9:45P                 BOLLENBACH J
          1005 23-108 M-F      8:00A- 8:50A                    LETTIC S
                                                                           ART       111  DRAWING II:COMPOSITION                         5
 ADM J 140 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                         1-5                         5079 16-170 MWF     1:20P-4:15P                  BOLLENBACH J
 Variable credit; continuous enrollment.                                             5081 16-170 MW      7:35P-9:45P                  BOLLENBACH J
           1007 ARR                      ARR               WEGNER G
                                                                           ART    125    PHOTOGRAPHY I                                    5
 ADM J    213  ARREST SEARCH & SEIZURE                     5               35MM Camera recommended. Add’l $28.30 fee.
          1009 23-108 M-F     10:00A-10:50A                WEGNER G               5083 26-316 TTh           11:00A- 1:55P                GARDINER J
                                                                                  5085 26-316 MW            1:00P-3:55P                  GARDINER J
 ADM J    215     CONFLICT MANAGEMENT                      5                      5087 26-316 MW            6:30P-9:30P                    STAHL R
          1011     21-202 M-F    9:00A- 9:50A              DE VRIES T
                                                                           ART       171     CERAMICS I                                  5
 ADM J 240 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                         1-5               Clustered w/ART 172 and 173 for class limit. Add’l lab hours req. for day
 Variable credit; continuous enrollment.                                   classes. Add’l $29.20 fee.
                                                                                     5089 16-171      TTh         9:00A- 9:50A       DROESSLER R
           1013     ARR                  ARR               WEGNER G
                                                                                     5091 16-171      TTh         10:00A-10:50A DROESSLER R
                                                                                                                                                          ❖ Coordinated
                                                                                     5093 16-171      TTh         11:00A-11:50A DROESSLER R               Studies course, com-
AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE                                                               5095 16-171
                                                                                     5097 16-171
                                                                                                      TTh
                                                                                                      TTh
                                                                                                                  1:30P-2:20P
                                                                                                                  6:30P-9:30P
                                                                                                                                     DROESSLER R
                                                                                                                                     DROESSLER R
                                                                                                                                                          bined with another
Fac Adv: Roman Wright, Bldg 15, ext 3999
                                                                                                                                                          subject course for 10
                                                                           ART       172      CERAMICS II                                  5              credits. See Coordi-
 ASL      101  AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I              5                     Prereq: ART 171 or permission. Clustered w/ 171 & 173 for class limit. Add’l   nated Studies section.
 Prereq: COMPASS writing 65 or above and COMPASS reading 80 or             lab hours req. for day classes. Add’l $29.20 fee.
 above.                                                                              5099 16-171         TTh        1:30P-2:20P         DROESSLER R
          5227 17-204 M-Th         11:00A-12:03P    WRIGHT RO                        5101      16-171    TTh        6:30P-9:30P         DROESSLER R           Hybrid course.
                                                                                                                                                          Partially online; see
 ASL      102 AMERICAN SIGN LANG II                        5               ART        173      CERAMICS III                                 5             instructor or depart-
 Prereq: ASL 101 with min. of 1.5 or permission.                           Prereq: ART 171 and 172 or permission. Clustered w/ART 171 and 172 for
          5229 17-204 M-Th              12:10P-1:13P      WRIGHT RO        class limit. Add’l lab hours req. for day classes. Add’l $29.20 fee.
                                                                                                                                                          ment coordinator for
          5231    17-204 TTh            5:15P-7:25P       WRIGHT RO                   5103 16-171         TTh        1:30P-2:20P        DROESSLER R       more information.
                                                                                                                                                          Add’l $33 fee.
                                                                           ART       181     SCULPTURE                                    5
ANTHROPOLOGY                                                               Add’l $29.20 fee.
                                                                                     5105 16-176 MWF               11:00A- 1:00P         GARDINER J           Online course.
Fac Adv, Bldg11: Tim McMannon (Coord), ext 3329; Emmanuel Chiabi,                                                                                         Students may register
ext 3412
                                                                                                                                                          through the Distance
§ ANTHR 100       SURVEY OF ANTHROPOLOGY                   5
                                                                          BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE                                                              Learning Web page.
        1187       19-202 M-Th   11:00A-12:03P                 SOMER L
                                                                          Fac Adv, Bldg 11: Ruth Frickle (Coord), ext 3111; Bob Baugher, ext 3414; Sue
                                                                                                                                                          Add’l $33 fee.
                                                                          Frantz, ext 3404, Rod Fowers, ext 3401; Michele Manber, ext 3407
§ ANTHR 202       CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY                    5
        1189       19-202 M-F    9:00A- 9:50A                  CHIABI E
                                                                                                                                                              Weekend Col-
                                                                           BEHAV 100 HUMAN SEXUALITY                                5
        1191       19-202 M-F    10:00A-10:50A                 SOMER L                                                                                    lege course. These
                                                                           Prereq: ASSET reading 40 or higher or COMPASS reading 80 or higher.
        1193       19-202 MW     5:15P-7:25P                   SOMER L               1087 21-201 M-F             8:00A- 8:50A      MANBER M               hybrid courses are
                                                                                     1089 21-201 M-F             9:00A- 9:50A     TOMATICH T              partially online; see
                                                                                     1091   21-201 M-F           10:00A-10:50A      FOWERS R              see instructor or de-
ARABIC                                                                               1093 21-201 M-F             11:00A-11:50A      FOWERS R
                                                                                                                                                          partment coordinator
Fac Adv: Samad Chakour, Bldg 26, ext 6503
                                                                           BEHAV 131         SUICIDE INTERVENTION                        1                for more information.
                                                                           Class graded “pass/fail”. Students must attend all hours of both days to       Also see www.high-
 ARAB 102 ELEMENTARY ARABIC                                5
                                                                           get credit. Class meets 1/20 and 1/21. Add’l $43.90 fee.
 Prereq: ARAB 101 with min. of 1.5 or permission.
                                                                                     1095 10-203 Sa                8:00A- 5:00P         BAUGHER R
                                                                                                                                                          line.edu/weekend.
          5225 17-203 M-Th              11:00A-12:03P     CHAKOUR A                                                                                       Add’l $33 fee.
                                                                                              10-203 Su            8:30A- 4:30P               STAFF

                                                                           BEHAV 142       CRIT THINKING:PARANORMAL                       2               Shaded areas indi-
ART                                                                        Development of critical thinking skills by contrasting the use of science
                                                                           versus pseudoscience in the investigation of paranormal claims.                cate Saturday and
Fac Adv, Bldg 5: Christiana Taylor (Coord), ext 3423; Jim Gardiner, ext
3442                                                                                1097 21-205 W                   5:15P-7:05P          BAUGHER R        evening courses.

 ART      100 INTRODUCTION TO ART                          5
          5065 19-101 M-F    9:00A- 9:50A                 RAFFERTY R
                                                                                                                                                          § Meets Globalism
          5067 19-101 M-F    10:00A-10:50A                RAFFERTY R                                                                                      and Diversity
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                                                                                                                    6037     13-105    MW       6:00P-7:25P               STAFF
                          BIOLOGY                                                                                            12-102    MW       7:30P-9:20P               STAFF
                          Fac Adv, Bldg 29: Gerry Barclay (Coord), ext 3522; Chris Gan, ext 3695;                   6039     13-105    MW       6:00P-7:25P               STAFF
                          Woody Moses, ext 3649; Sam Shabb, ext 3452; Joy Strohmaeir, ext 6120                               12-102    MW       4:00P-5:50P               STAFF

                           BIOL     100 SURVEY OF LIFE PRINCIPLE                        5                  BIOL     232 HUMAN ANAT & PHYSIOLO II                       5
                           Prereq: MATH 081 or higher; or min. ASSET numerical skills score 44; or         Prereq: MATH 081 or higher; or min. ASSET numerical skills 44; or min.
                           min. COMPASS pre-algebra 60. Add’l $17.90 fee.                                  COMPASS pre-algebra 60. BIOL 231 with a 2.0, or permission. Add’l
                                    6001 19-101        TThF      8:00A- 9:20A HERNANDEZ C                  $29.80 fee.
                                            12-103 W             8:00A- 9:50A HERNANDEZ C                           6041 13-105 MTTh             8:30A- 9:45A              GAN C
                                    6003 19-102 M-Th             10:00A-10:50A               STAFF                         12-102 W              8:00A- 9:50A              GAN C
                                            12-103 F             9:00A-10:50A                STAFF                  6045 13-105 MTTh             8:30A- 9:45A              GAN C
                                    6005 19-101        MTThF 11:00A-11:50A                   STAFF                         12-102 W              10:00A-11:50A             GAN C
                                            12-103 W             11:00A-12:50P               STAFF                  6043 13-105 TWThF 1:20P-2:10P                STROHMAIER J
                                                                                                                           12-102 Th             2:20P-4:10P     STROHMAIER J
                           BIOL      110     MARINE BIOLOGY                                 5                       6047 13-105 TWThF 1:20P-2:10P                STROHMAIER J
                           Add’l $17.90 fee.                                                                               12-102 T              2:20P-4:10P     STROHMAIER J
                                     6007 19-101        TWTh 12:10P-2:00P                      SHABB S              6049 13-105 TTh              6:10P-8:00P                STAFF
                                     6009 12-103 W                 7:00P-9:20P                 HIGLEY R                    12-102 T              4:10P-6:00P                STAFF
                                     Item #6009 Two Saturday field trips required which may include                  6051 13-105 TTh              6:10P-8:00P                STAFF
                                     negotiating uneven terrain. Additional $15 field trip fee.                             12-102 Th             4:10P-6:00P                STAFF

                           BIOL     118   INTRO HUMAN PHYSIOLOGY                       5                   BIOL      250 MICROBIOLOGY                                  5
                           Prereq: MATH 081 or higher; or min. ASSET numerical skills 44; or min.          Prereq: MATH 081 or higher; or min. ASSET numerical skills 44; or min.
                           COMPASS pre-algebra score of 60. Add’l $17.90 fee.                              COMPASS pre-algebra 60. Prereq: BIOL 201 or 232 with 2.0 or permis-
                                    6011   12-102 M              11:00A-11:50A              STAFF          sion. Add’l $29.80 fee.
                                           12-102 M              12:00P-1:50P               STAFF                    6053 13-104 TTh             10:30A-11:50A             GAN C
                                                                                                                              12-108 TTh         12:10P-2:00P              GAN C
 ❖   Coordinated
                           BIOL     121   GENETIC REVOLUTION                           5                             6055 13-104 TTh             6:00P-7:30P     STROHMAIER J
 Studies course, com-      Prereq: MATH 081 or higher; or min. ASSET numerical skills 44; or min.                             12-108 TTh         7:40P-9:30P     STROHMAIER J
 bined with another        COMPASS pre-algebra 60.
 subject course for 10              6013 19-102 MW               11:00A-12:20P        BARCLAY G
 credits. See Coordi-                                                                                     BUSINESS
                           BIOL      140 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                         1-6
 nated Studies section.                                                                                   Fac Adv, Bldg 29: Jeff Ward (Busn Coord), ext. 3354; Michael Armstrong,
                           Prereq: MATH 081 or higher; or min. ASSET numerical skills 44; or min.
                                                                                                          ext 3492; Michael Cicero, ext 3206; Raegan Copeland, ext 3026; Meg
                           COMPASS pre-algebra score of 60. permission and concurrent par-
                                                                                                          Ryan, ext 3274
     Hybrid course.        ticipation in associated biology class. Requires work experience to be
                           coordinated w/ the instructor. Variable credit; continuous enrollment.
 Partially online; see               6015 ARR                      ARR                     HIGLEY R
                                                                                                           BUSN     100 SURVEY OF BUSINESS                           5
 instructor or depart-                                                                                              2035 29-102 M-F     9:00A- 9:50A                 LINDSAY J
                                                                                                                    2037 3-102  M-F     10:00A-10:50A                CICERO M
 ment coordinator for      BIOL      151      INTRO TO CELL BIOLOGY                          5
                           Prereq: MATH 081 or higher; or min. ASSET numerical skills 44; or min. COM-              2039        ONLINE COURSE                        CICERO M
 more information.         PASS pre-algebra 60. High school chem or CHEM 121 recom. Intended for
 Add’l $33 fee.            non-biology majors, pre-nursing, pre-dental hygiene, pre-occupational ther-     BUSN 105 INTRO TO TRANSPORTATION                          5
                           apy, &other pre-allied health students. Biology majors, pre-med, pre-pharm,     Add’l $44.45 fee.
                           & pre-physical therapy students should take BIOL 201. Add’l $17.90 fee.                  2539 TBA TTh    5:15P-7:25P                           STAFF
     Online course.                  6017 13-104 MTh                  8:00A- 9:50A            MOSES W
 Students may register                          12-106 T              8:00A- 9:50A            MOSES W      BUSN     125  EXPLORING E-COMMERCE                        5
 through the Distance                6019 13-104 MTh                  8:00A- 9:50A            MOSES W               2041         ONLINE COURSE                           WARD J
 Learning Web page.                             12-106 W              8:00A- 9:50A            MOSES W
                                     6021 19-102 MW                   1:20P-3:10P          BARCLAY G       BUSN     132  ADVERTISING                                 5
 Add’l $33 fee.                                 12-106 T              12:10P-2:00P         BARCLAY G                2043         ONLINE COURSE                           RYAN M
                                     6023 19-102 MW                   1:20P-3:10P          BARCLAY G
     Weekend Col-                               12-106 Th             12:10P-2:00P         BARCLAY G       BUSN     133  BASIC MONEY MANAGEMENT                     3
 lege course. These                  6025 19-108 Th                   5:30P-6:20P          BARCLAY G                2045 TBA     M      7:35P-10:10P               WEBSTER W
                                                12-106 Th             6:30P-8:20P          BARCLAY G
 hybrid courses are                                                                                        BUSN     134 PRIN OF SALESMANSHIP                         5
 partially online; see     BIOL     181    MEDICAL BIOLOGY FOR R C                    5                             2047 3-102   M-F    9:00A- 9:50A                CICERO J M
 see instructor or de-     Requires admission to Respiratory Care Program. Add’l $17.90 fee.
                                    6027 19-108 TW               11:00A-12:50P STROHMAIER J                BUSN     135  BUSINESS MATHEMATICS                      5
 partment coordinator
                                            12-102 F             11:00A-12:50P STROHMAIER J                         2049 TBA      M-Th    12:10P-1:13P          ARMSTRONG M
 for more information.                                                                                              2051          ONLINE COURSE                     GIRVIN M
 Also see www.high-        BIOL     202 ANIMAL BIOLOGY                                 5
 line.edu/weekend.         Prereq: MATH 081 or higher; or min. ASSET numerical skills 44; or min.          BUSN     138  PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING                     5
                           COMPASS pre-algebra 60. BIOL 201 w/min. 1.5 or perm. Add’l $17.90 fee.                   2053 10-103 M-F      11:00A-11:50A                   RYAN M
 Add’l $33 fee.                     6029 13-105 TF               11:00A-12:50P HERNANDEZ C
                                           12-103 W              11:00A- 1:20P HERNANDEZ C                 BUSN 140 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                           1-5
 Shaded areas indi-                 6031 13-105 TF               11:00A-12:50P HERNANDEZ C                 Instructor permission. Requires work experience to be coordinated w/
                                           12-103 Th             11:00A- 1:20P HERNANDEZ C                 the instructor. Variable credit; continuous enrollment.
 cate Saturday and
                                                                                                                     2055 18-211          ARR       ARR                    STAFF
 evening courses.          BIOL     231   HUMAN ANAT & PHYSIOLO I                      5                             2057 18-201 ARR                ARR                  RYAN M
                           Prereq: MATH 081 or higher; or min. ASSET numerical skills 44; or min.                    2059 18-215 ARR                ARR            COPELAND R
                           COMPASS pre-algebra 60. BIOL 151 or 201 with 2.0. Add’l $29.80 fee.
 § Meets Globalism                  6033 13-105 MWF              10:00A-10:50A           SHABB S
 and Diversity                             12-102 TTh            8:00A- 9:50A            SHABB S
 requirement.                       6035 13-105 MWF              10:00A-10:50A           SHABB S
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 BUSN     160 HUMAN/LABOR RELATIONS                        5             BTECH 106 FORMATTING/WORD PROCESS.                   4
          2061 29-102 M-F     10:00A-10:50A                    RYAN M    Prereq: COMPASS reading score 61. BTECH 102 or 103, or 30 wpm
          2063 3-103  M-Th    12:10P-1:13P                       STAFF   typing speed.
          2065        ONLINE COURSE                            WARD J             2283 30-202 M-Th         12:10P-1:13P          CHUN S

 BUSN     165  MANAGING CUSTOMER SERVIC                    5             BTECH 108 MICROSOFT EXCEL                            3
          2067 23-306 M-F    9:00A- 9:50A                        STAFF   Recommended BTECH 104. Prereq: COMPASS reading 61. Ends 2/16.
                                                                                2285 30-202 M-F           10:00A-10:50A          CHUN S
 BUSN     188 IMPORTING AND EXPORTING                     5                     2287             ONLINE COURSE               ALKHALILI S
          2069 29-105 M      1:20P-3:55P                COPELAND R
                                                                         BTECH 109 ADVANCED EXCEL                                2
§ BUSN    205    INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS                    5             Recommend completion of BTECH 108, BUSN 214, or C SCI 205 or basic
          2071    22-102 M-F     10:00A-10:50A                  WARD J   Excel skills. Starts 2/19.
                                                                                    2289            ONLINE COURSE              ALKHALILI S
 BUSN     207 CULTURAL AWARENESS                           2
          2073 29-102 Th     1:20P-3:10P                       GWINN K   BTECH 110    BUSINESS PROCEDURES I                      5
                                                                         Recommended basic computer skills and keyboarding experience. Min-
 BUSN 210 STATISTICAL ANALYSIS                             5             iumum COMPASS Reading 61.
 Prereq: MATH 097 or above.                                                     2291 30-202 M-Th            11:00A-12:03P      GABBARD C
          2075 10-103 M-Th          12:10P-1:13P           CICERO M
          2077              ONLINE COURSE                  GIRVIN M      BTECH 111     MODULAR INTRO MS OFFICE                    1-5
                                                                         Prereq: COMPASS reading score 61. Variable credit; continuous enroll-
                                                                         ment.
 BUSN     212  BUSINESS ETHICS SEMINAR                     3
          2079 TBA      MW      5:15P-6:40P                      STAFF            2504             ONLINE COURSE                  GILMORE JE

 BUSN 214 MICRO/SPREADSHEET                                  3           BTECH 114    MICROSOFT POWERPOINT                   2
 Prereq: BUSN 121 and 216, or C SCI 105 or BTECH 111. Add’l $33 fee.     Recommended BTECH 100 or basic computer knowledge.
          2081 30-214 W                7:00P-9:50P            GIRVIN M          2293            ONLINE COURSE               GILMORE JE           ❖ Coordinated
                                                                                                                                                 Studies course, com-
 BUSN     216  MICROCOM/APPLICATIONS                       5             BTECH 139        PRE-COOP WORK EXPER SEM                  1
                                                                         Instructor permission. Meets 1/19 from 1-5pm and 2/2, 2/16, 3/2 and     bined with another
          2083        ONLINE COURSE                         GIRVIN M
                                                                         3/16 from 1:20 to 2:20pm.                                               subject course for 10
 BUSN 240 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                           1-5                      2297 21-105 F              1:00P-5:00P        GILMORE JE      credits. See Coordi-
 Instructor permission. Requires work experience to be coordinated w/                                                                            nated Studies section.
 the instructor. Variable credit; continuous enrollment.                 BTECH 140 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                       1-5
           2087 ARR                       ARR            COPELAND R      Prereq: BTECH 139 and concurrent enrollment in BTECH 141. Variable
           2089 ARR                       ARR                  RYAN M    credit; continuous enrollment.                                              Hybrid course.
                                                                                   2299 18-106 ARR          ARR                GILMORE JE        Partially online; see
 BUSN     250 BUSINESS LAW                             5                                                                                         instructor or depart-
          2091 TBA     M-F            10:00A-10:50A ARMSTRONG M          BTECH 141       COOP WORK EXPERIENCE SEM                  1
                                                                         Prereq: BTECH 139 and concurrent enrollment in BTECH 140.               ment coordinator for
 BUSN 255 INTRODUCTION TO LAW                    5                                 2301 10-105 W              1:20P-2:10P        GILMORE JE      more information.
 Sophomore standing recommended.                                                                                                                 Add’l $33 fee.
        2093 TBA          M-F    9:00A- 9:50A ARMSTRONG M                BTECH 150 OFFICE MANAGEMENT                               5
        2095 TBA          TTh    7:35P-9:45P ARMSTRONG M                 Prereq: COMPASS reading score 61.
                                                                                  2305 30-201 M-F          9:00A- 9:50A                STAFF         Online course.
 BUSN     270 PRIN OF MGT/SUPERVISION                      5                                                                                     Students may register
          2097         ONLINE COURSE                            WARD J   BTECH 151         WEB DESIGN                          5                 through the Distance
                                                                         Recommended BTECH 112 or basic computer, internet knowledge and
 INDEPENDENT STUDIES: ARRANGE WITH INSTRUCTOR                            keyboarding skills.                                                     Learning Web page.
                                                                                  2307 30-203 M-Th        11:00A-12:03P       ALKHALILI S        Add’l $33 fee.

BUSINESS INFORMATION                                                     BTECH 217         MODULAR MS WORD
                                                                         Recommended 30 wpm minimum, or BTECH 106. Prereq: COMPASS
                                                                                                                                   1-5
                                                                                                                                                     Weekend Col-
TECHNOLOGY                                                               reading score 61. Variable credit; continuous enrollment.               lege course. These
                                                                                   2537                ONLINE COURSE                   STAFF     hybrid courses are
 All BTECH classes except, 140 and 240 have an add’l $33
                                                                                                                                                 partially online; see
 computer lab fee.                                                       BTECH 220 BUSINESS PROCEDURES II                        5
                                                                         Prereq: BTECH 106, BTECH 110 or WRIT 101. Word processing skills re-    see instructor or de-
Fac Adv, Bldg 18: Jessica Gilmore (Coord), ext 3086; Marcia Welch, ext   quired.                                                                 partment coordinator
3896; Sam Alkhali, ext 4317; Sherri Chun, ext 4316                                 2309 30-203 M-F          10:00A-10:50A              STAFF     for more information.
 BTECH 100 INTRO TO COMP/WINDOWS                           3             BTECH 226 MICROSOFT ACCESS                         5
                                                                                                                                                 Also see www.high-
 Prereq: COMPASS reading score 61.                                       Recommend 30 wpm minimum and basic computer knowledge.                  line.edu/weekend.
          2279 30-201 M-Th         8:00A- 8:50A                  STAFF          2308 30-214 M-Th        11:00A-12:03P        WELCH M             Add’l $33 fee.
 BTECH 102 KEYBOARDING                                       5           BTECH 240 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                       1-5
 Requires 1 Add’l lab hour to be arranged by instructor. Prereq: COM-    Prereq: BTECH 139 and concurrent enrollment in BTECH 241. Variable      Shaded areas indi-
 PASS reading score 61.                                                  credit; continuous enrollment.                                          cate Saturday and
          2281 30-202 M-Th             12:10P-1:13P            CHUN S              2311     18-106 ARR      ARR                GILMORE JE        evening courses.
 BTECH 103      MODULAR KEYBOARDING                       1-5            BTECH 241       COOP WORK EXPERIENCE SEM                  1
 Prereq: COMPASS reading 61. Variable credit; continuous enrollment.     Prereq: BTECH 139 and concurrent enrollment in BTECH 240.               § Meets Globalism
          2481             ONLINE COURSE                         STAFF             2313   10-105 W            1:20P-2:10P       GILMORE JE       and Diversity
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                          BTECH 254       PROJECT MGT. LEADERSHIP                 5              BTECH 112    MODULAR INTRO TO THE NET              1-2
                                2315       TBA    M-Th    12:10P-1:13P                 STAFF     Recommended basic computer knowledge and keyboarding skills.
                                                                                                        2515 30-201 M-F           9:00A- 9:50A      ALKHALILI S
                          BTECH 256       PRIN OF CONTRACTS & NEG                 5                     2517   30-201 M-F         10:00A-10:50A     ALKHALILI S
                                2317       30-201 MW      2:30P-4:40P             NEILSON J             2519 30-201 M-Th          11:00A-12:03P        TAYLOR S
                                                                                                        2521 30-201 M-Th          12:10P-1:13P         TAYLOR S
                          BTECH 260       PROJECT MANAGEMENT II                   5                     2523 30-201 TTh           3:15P-5:10P          TAYLOR S
                                2319              ONLINE COURSE                       CHUN S            2524 30-201 TTh           5:15P-6:55P          TAYLOR S

                          BTECH 262 VISIO                                         2              BTECH 128  ONLINE LEARNING W/BLKBRD                        2
                          Begins 2/19; ends 3/12.                                                      2322 30-201 M-F      9:00A- 9:50A                   ALKHALILI S
                                   2320             ONLINE COURSE                     CHUN S           2323 30-201 M-F      10:00A-10:50A                  ALKHALILI S
                                                                                                       2325 30-201 M-Th     11:00A-12:03P                    TAYLOR S
                          BTECH 266       DYNAMICS OF LABOR RELATIONS             5                    2327 30-201 M-Th     12:10P-1:13P                     TAYLOR S
                                                                                                       2329 30-201 TTh      3:15P-5:10P                      TAYLOR S
                                2321             ONLINE COURSE                         STAFF
                                                                                                       2330 30-201 TTh      5:15P-6:55P                      TAYLOR S

                                                                                                 BTECH 217         MODULAR MS WORD               1-5
                          BUSINESS INFORMATION                                                   Recommended 30 wpm minimum, or BTECH 106. Prereq: COMPASS
                                                                                                 reading score 61.
                          TECHNOLOGY LAB                                                                   2527 30-201 M-F       9:00A- 9:50A    ALKHALILI S
                          Classes offered in a self-paced, modularized laboratory set-                     2529 30-201 M-F       10:00A-10:50A   ALKHALILI S
                          ting. All are variable credit and continuous enrollment, but 5                   2531 30-201 M-Th      11:00A-12:03P      TAYLOR S
                          credits of BTECH 103, 111, 217, 3 credits of BTECH 101 and 105,                  2533 30-201 M-Th      12:10P-1:13P       TAYLOR S
                          and 2 credits of BTECH 112 and 282 are necessary for comple-                     2535 30-201 TTh       3:15P-5:10P        TAYLOR S
                                                                                                           2536 30-201 TTh       5:15P-6:55P        TAYLOR S
                          tion of the course. It is recommended that you register for
                          only the number of credits you feel you can complete during
 ❖   Coordinated          the quarter. If space is available, you may register for BTECH
 Studies course, com-     lab courses almost any time during the quarter. Students are
                                                                                                CAREER STUDIES
 bined with another       expected to attend at the hour they are registered but may             CARER 110         CAREER PLAN/SELF EVALU                    2
 subject course for 10    stay longer if the lab is not busy. Add’l $33 computer lab fee.        Add’l $23.70 fee.
                                                                                                           7009 10-204 TTh         11:00A-11:50A           KOEPPING G
 credits. See Coordi-     BTECH 101       MODULAR COMPTR/WINDOWS                1-3
 nated Studies section.   Same class as BTECH 100. Prereq: COMPASS reading score 61.             CARER 291        SPECIAL TOPICS                             1
                                   2461 30-201 M-F            9:00A- 9:50A      ALKHALILI S      Instructor permission. . Continuous enrollment.
     Hybrid course.                2463 30-201 M-F            10:00A-10:50A     ALKHALILI S                7011    ARR                  ARR                HAGGERTY P
                                   2465 30-201 M-Th           11:00A-12:03P        TAYLOR S
 Partially online; see             2467 30-201 M-Th           12:10P-1:13P         TAYLOR S
 instructor or depart-             2469 30-201 TTh            3:15P-5:10P          TAYLOR S     CHEMISTRY
 ment coordinator for              2470 30-201 TTh            5:15P-6:55P          TAYLOR S
                                                                                                Fac Adv, Bldg 29: Katie Gulliford, (Coord) ext 3547; Marie Nguyen, ext
 more information.        BTECH 103      MODULAR KEYBOARDING                    1-5             3106; John Pfeffer, ext 3507
 Add’l $33 fee.           Prereq: COMPASS reading score 61.
                                   2471   30-201 M-F        9:00A- 9:50A        ALKHALILI S      CHEM 110         CONTEMPORARY CHEMISTRY                    5
                                   2473 30-201 M-F          10:00A-10:50A       ALKHALILI S      Math 81 or higher OR Compass score of 60 or higher. Add’l $12.15 fee.
     Online course.                                                                                       6105 29-106 MThF           12:10P-1:20P           NGUYEN M
                                   2475 30-201 M-Th         11:00A-12:03P         TAYLOR S
 Students may register             2477 30-201 M-Th         12:10P-1:13P          TAYLOR S                         29-305 T          12:10P-2:00P           NGUYEN M
 through the Distance              2479 30-201 TTh          3:15P-5:10P           TAYLOR S                         29-322 T          12:10P-2:00P           NGUYEN M
 Learning Web page.                2480 30-201 TTh          5:15P-6:55P           TAYLOR S
                                                                                                 CHEM 121         INORGANIC CHEMISTRY                       5
 Add’l $33 fee.           BTECH 104 10-KEY MASTERY                                2              Math 91 or higher OR Compass score of 60 or higher. Add’l $12.15 fee.
                          Prereq: COMPASS reading score 61.                                               6107 29-116 MTWF 10:00A-10:50A                    NGUYEN M
     Weekend Col-                  2483 30-201 M-F            9:00A- 9:50A      ALKHALILI S                        29-305 Th         9:00A-10:50A           NGUYEN M
                                   2487 30-201 M-F            10:00A-10:50A     ALKHALILI S                        29-322 Th         9:00A-10:50A           NGUYEN M
 lege course. These                                                                                       6109 29-116 MTWF 10:00A-10:50A                    NGUYEN M
                                   2489 30-201 M-Th           11:00A-12:03P       TAYLOR S
 hybrid courses are                2491 30-201 M-Th           12:10P-1:23P        TAYLOR S                         29-305 W          11:00A-12:50P          NGUYEN M
 partially online; see             2485 30-201 TTh            3:15P-5:10P         TAYLOR S                         29-322 W          11:00A-12:50P          NGUYEN M
 see instructor or de-             2486 30-201 TTh            5:15P-6:55P         TAYLOR S                6111     29-112 MWThF 12:10P-1:00P               MANGHANI
                                                                                                                   29-303 T          12:10P-2:00P          MANGHANI
 partment coordinator     BTECH 105 MODULAR SPEED/ACCURACY                        1-3                              29-322 T          12:10P-2:00P          MANGHANI
 for more information.    Prereq: COMPASS reading 61; BTECH 102, 103 or 106 or 30 wpm typing.             6113     29-102 MW         4:40P-7:30P           MANGHANI
 Also see www.high-       Knowledge of keyboard/proper keyboarding, stroking and technique.                        29-305 MW         4:40P-7:30P           MANGHANI
                                   2493 30-201 M-F            9:00A- 9:50A        ALKHALILI S                      29-322 MW         4:40P-7:30P           MANGHANI
 line.edu/weekend.                 2495 30-201 M-F            10:00A-10:50A       ALKHALILI S
 Add’l $33 fee.                    2497 30-201 M-Th           11:00A-12:03P          TAYLOR S    CHEM 122          ORGANIC CHEMISTRY                           5
                                   2499 30-201 M-Th           12:10P-1:13P           TAYLOR S    1.0 in Chemistry 121 or equivalent; Math 91 or higher; Asset score of 44
                                   2501 30-201 TTh            3:15P-5:10P            TAYLOR S    or higher; Compass score of 60 or higher. Add’l $12.15 fee.
 Shaded areas indi-
                                   2502 30-201 TTh            5:15P-6:55P            TAYLOR S              6115     29-102 TWTh 11:00A-12:10P               GULLIFORD K
 cate Saturday and                                                                                                  29-303 M            11:00A-12:50P       GULLIFORD K
 evening courses.         BTECH 111      MODULAR INTRO MS OFFICE                1-5                                 29-322 M            11:00A-12:50P       GULLIFORD K
                          Prereq: COMPASS reading score 61.                                                6117     29-216 TTh          7:00P-9:50P                 STAFF
                                   2503 30-201 M-F          9:00A- 9:50A        ALKHALILI S                         29-305 TTh          7:00P-9:50P                 STAFF
 § Meets Globalism                 2505 30-201 M-F          10:00A-10:50A       ALKHALILI S                         29-322 TTh          7:00P-9:50P                 STAFF
 and Diversity                     2507 30-201 M-Th         11:00A-12:03P         TAYLOR S
 requirement.                      2509 30-201 M-Th         12:10P-1:13P          TAYLOR S
                                   2513 30-201 TTh          3:15P-5:10P           TAYLOR S
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 CHEM 151        GENERAL CHEMISTRY I                       5                       1031     22-203    TTh       10:00A-10:50A    STEUSSY D
 Prereq: MATH 97 or equivalent or higher and CHEM 121 or equivalent or             1033     TBA       TTh       11:00A-11:50A        STAFF
 high school chemistry. Add’l $12.15 fee.                                          1035     30-301    TTh       12:10P-1:00P         STAFF
          6121    29-112 MWThF 10:00A-10:50A                 OWENS J               1037     TBA       T         5:20P-7:10P   TINGELSTAD E
                  29-305 T               10:00A-11:50A       OWENS J
                  29-322 T               10:00A-11:50A       OWENS J      COL       199 COLLEGE/CAREER PLANNING                       1
          6123 29-116 MTF                11:00A-11:50A      PFEFFER J     Instructor permission. . Continuous enrollment.
                  29-303 W               10:00A-11:50A      PFEFFER J               1039 21-105 TTh              12:00P-1:00P       HOLLAND C
                  29-322 W               10:00A-11:50A      PFEFFER J
                  29-116 Th              10:00A-10:50A      PFEFFER J
          6125 29-116 MTF
                  29-116 W
                                         11:00A-11:50A
                                         12:10P-1:00P
                                                            PFEFFER J
                                                            PFEFFER J
                                                                         COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS
                  29-303 Th              11:00A-12:50P      PFEFFER J    Fac Adv, Bldg 29: Ron Davidson, ext 6035; Rav Kang, ext 3337; Tina
                  29-322 Th              11:00A-12:50P      PFEFFER J    Ostrander, ext 6040; Amelia Phillips, ext 3497; Dee Skinner (Coord),
          6127 29-106 MW                 7:00P-9:50P             STAFF   ext 3002
                  29-305 MW              7:00P-9:50P             STAFF
                  29-322 MW              7:00P-9:50P             STAFF    CIS       140 CIS COOPERATIVE EDUC                        1-10
                                                                          Prereq: CSCI 100 and permission. Variable credit; cont. enrollment.
 CHEM 152       GENERAL CHEMISTRY II                   5                            6193 21-203 T               3:30P-4:20P         OSTRANDER T
 Prereq: CHEM 151 or equivalent and MATH 115 or equivalent. Add’l
 $12.15 fee.                                                              CIS      150 MICROCOMPUTER SYSTEMS I                       5
           6129 29-112 MWThF 8:00A- 8:50A               PFEFFER J         Prereq: C SCI 100. Add’l $33 fee.
                 29-305 T           7:00A- 8:50A        PFEFFER J                  6195 29-205 M-Th         10:00A-11:50A            SKINNER D
                 29-322 T           7:00A- 8:50A        PFEFFER J                           29-205 F        10:00A-10:50A            SKINNER D
           6131  29-116 MTF         12:10P-1:00P         OWENS J
                 29-112 W           11:00A-11:50A        OWENS J          CIS      160 INTRODUCTION TO NETWORKS                      5
                 29-305 Th          11:00A-12:50P        OWENS J          C SCI 100 Add’l $33 fee.
                 29-322 Th          11:00A-12:50P        OWENS J                   6197 29-202 M-F    8:00A- 8:50A                   SKINNER D
           6133 29-116 MTF          12:10P-1:00P         OWENS J                                                                                    ❖ Coordinated
                 29-303 W           12:10P-2:00P         OWENS J          CIS       166 NET INTRUSION DETECT I                         5            Studies course, com-
                 29-322 W           12:10P-2:00P         OWENS J          Prereq: CIS 262 or concurrent enrollment in CIS 262. Add’l $33 fee.       bined with another
                 29-116 Th          1:20P-2:10P          OWENS J                    6199 29-205 TTh             4:00P-7:15P            PHILLIPS A
                                                                                                                                                    subject course for 10
 CHEM 202 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II                             3              CIS       210 OPER. SYSTEMS PRINCIPLES                     5              credits. See Coordi-
 Prereq: CHEM 201 with 1.5, concurrent enrollment in CHEM 205.            Prereq: CIS 161. Add’l $33 fee.                                           nated Studies section.
          6137 29-116 MTTh             8:00A- 8:50A     GULLIFORD K                 6201 29-203 MWF       1:20P-3:26P                SKINNER D
          6139 29-116 MTTh             8:00A- 8:50A     GULLIFORD K
                                                                          CIS       216     UNIX/LINUX SHELL PROG.                   4                  Hybrid course.
 CHEM 205 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY LAB II                     2                  Prereq: CIS 215. Add’l $33 fee.                                           Partially online; see
 Prereq:1.5 in Chem 204; concurrent enrollment in CHEM 202. Add’l                   6203 30-301 TTh         1:20P-3:26P          OSTRANDER T        instructor or depart-
 $12.15 fee.
           6141   29-116 T           9:00A- 9:50A    GULLIFORD K          CIS      235 COMPUTER FORENSICS I                          5              ment coordinator for
                  29-303 W           7:00A- 9:50A    GULLIFORD K          CIS 155 or permission. Add’l $33 fee.                                     more information.
                  29-322 W           7:00A- 9:50A    GULLIFORD K                   6205 29-202 TTh              7:25P-10:00P         PHILLIPS A     Add’l $33 fee.
           6143 29-106 W             1:20P-2:10P     GULLIFORD K
                  29-305 Th          1:20P-4:10P     GULLIFORD K          CIS       240 CIS INTERNSHIP                          1-10
                  29-322 Th          1:20P-4:10P     GULLIFORD K          Prereq: Second year status and permission. Variable credit; continu-          Online course.
                                                                          ous enrollment.                                                           Students may register
INDEPENDENT STUDIES: ARRANGE WITH INSTRUCTOR                                        6207 21-203 T            3:30P-4:20P        OSTRANDER T
                                                                                                                                                    through the Distance
                                                                          CIS       263 DATA NETWORK DESIGN/MGMT                     3              Learning Web page.
                                                                          Prereq: CIS 262.                                                          Add’l $33 fee.
CHINESE                                                                             6211   29-202 MW   7:40P-9:50P                        ALLEN D
 All foreign language classes are offered in sequence, starting                                                                                         Weekend Col-
 with 101.                                                                                                                                          lege course. These
                                                                         COMPUTER SCIENCE
Fac Adv: Arline Garcia (Coord), Bldg 15, ext 3520                                                                                                   hybrid courses are
                                                                         Fac Adv, Bldg 29: Ron Davidson, ext 6035; Rav Kang, ext 3337; Tina
                                                                         Ostrander, ext 6040; Amelia Phillips, ext 3497; Dee Skinner (Coord),       partially online; see
 CHIN     102 ELEMENTARY CHINESE                           5
 Prereq: CHIN 101 with minimum of 1.5 or permission.
                                                                         ext 3002                                                                   see instructor or de-
          5233 17-205 M-F             8:00A- 8:50A             WANG S                                                                               partment coordinator
                                                                          C SCI    100 SURVEY OF COMPUTING                           5
          5235 17-205 M-F             9:00A- 9:50A             WANG S
                                                                          Prereq: COMPASS Reading score 88. Add’l $33 fee.
                                                                                                                                                    for more information.
                                                                                   6075 30-302 TWTh 11:00A-11:50A                    PHILLIPS A     Also see www.high-
 CHIN     202 INTERMEDIATE CHINESE                         5
 Prereq: CHIN 103 with minimum of 1.5 or permission.
                                                                                          30-302 MF          11:00A-11:50A           PHILLIPS A     line.edu/weekend.
                                                                                   6077 30-301 MW            7:35P-9:45P                KANG R      Add’l $33 fee.
          5237 26-215 M-Th            12:10P-1:13P             WANG S
                                                                          C SCI    102 CREATE WEB W/H-, X- & DHTML                   5
                                                                                   6079        ONLINE COURSE                              KANG R    Shaded areas indi-
COLLEGE STUDIES                                                                                                                                     cate Saturday and
Fac Adv: Susan Landgraf (Coord), Bldg 5, ext 3427                         C SCI    105 APPLICATIONS W/MS OFFICE                      3              evening courses.
                                                                          Prereq: COMPASS Reading score 88. Add’l $33 fee.
 COL      100 COLLEGE SUCCESS SEMINAR                      2                       6081 30-302 TTh           5:00P-6:50P            PERRINE R
 Designed to help prepare students for academic and personal success.              6083             ONLINE COURSE                OSTRANDER T        § Meets Globalism
          1027 TBA           MW         8:00A- 8:50A            STAFF                                                                               and Diversity
          1029 22-202 MW                9:00A- 9:50A            STAFF     C SCI     110  COMPUTER GAMES                              5
          1025 10-103 TTh               9:00A- 9:50A      SCHMIDT A       Add’l $33 fee.                                                            requirement.
          Item #1025 designed for student athletes.                                 6085 30-301 MW     5:15P-7:25P                        KANG R



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                           C SCI     142    OBJ-ORIENT PROG I/W JAVA                        5              § CGG      136  AFRICAN AMERICAN EXP II                      5
                           Prereq: C SCI 100 or 105 or permission. Add’l $33 fee.                                     1047 19-108 M-F     8:00A-8:50A                         STAFF
                                     6087 30-301 MW              1:20P-3:26P            OSTRANDER T
                                             30-301 F            1:20P-2:10P            OSTRANDER T        § CGG      160 SOCIAL ISSUES                                 5
                                     6089 30-302 MW              7:35P-9:45P                SINGER P                  1049 TBA     M-Th            11:00A-12:03P        DAWSON C
                                                                                                                      Item #1049 topic: Immigration law and the rights of non-citi-
                           C SCI     143    OBJ-ORIENT PROG II/WJAVA                        5                         zens
                           Prereq: C SCI 142 and MATH 115.
                                     6091 30-302 MW         1:20P-3:26P                   DAVIDSON R       § CGG      175      THE LATINO EXPERIENCE                    5
                                              30-302 F      1:20P-2:10P                   DAVIDSON R                  1051      TBA     M-F    10:00A-10:50A             GARCIA A

                           INDEPENDENT STUDIES: ARRANGE WITH INSTRUCTOR                                    § CGG      200 INTRO TO WOMEN STUDIES                        5
                                                                                                                      1053 TBA     M-Th  12:10P-1:13P                       ADANG R

                                                                                                            INDEPENDENT STUDIES: ARRANGE WITH INSTRUCTOR
                          COOPERATIVE EDUCATION
                           Earn degree credits while learning on-the-job skills.
                          Adv/Coord: Nancy Warren, Bldg 19, ext 3343                                       DRAMA
                                                                                                           Fac Adv: Christiana Taylor (Coord), Bldg 5, ext 3423
                           COOP 139         COOP PREP SEMINAR                        1
                           Instructor permission. Meets 1/19 from 1-5pm and 2/2, 2/16, 3/2 and              DRAMA 110      THE DRAMATIC EXPERIENCE                      5
                           3/16 from 1:20 to 2:20pm.                                                        Prereq: DRAMA 121.
                                     7013 21-105 F              1:00P-5:00P         WARREN N                         5117   4-122  M-F    10:00A-10:50A                     LORIG R

                           COOP 140 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                             1-7                   DRAMA 118          AMERICAN THEATER                         5
                           Instructor permission. Variable credit; continuous enrollment.                         5119          4-122 M-F     11:00A-11:50A             TAYLOR CH
                                     7015 ARR                       ARR                 WARREN N
 ❖   Coordinated                                                                                            DRAMA 122       ACTING                                   5
 Studies course, com-      COOP 141         COOP EDUCATION SEMINAR                       1                  Prereq: DRAMA 121 with a 2.0 or above. Withdrawal requires instruc-
                           Instructor permission. Designed for students enrolling in their first Co-         tor permission.
 bined with another        op experience.                                                                            5121    4-122    MW        12:00P-2:05P        TAYLOR CH
 subject course for 10               7017 ARR                     ARR                   WARREN N
 credits. See Coordi-                                                                                       DRAMA 131          STAGECRAFT                             1-4
                           COOP 240 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                             1-7                   Variable credit.
 nated Studies section.                                                                                               5123     4-117     TTh       2:30P-5:00P              LORIG R
                           Instructor permission. Variable credit; continuous enrollment.
                                     7019 ARR                       ARR                 WARREN N
     Hybrid course.                                                                                         DRAMA 132      STAGECRAFT                                 1-4
 Partially online; see     COOP 241         COOP EDUCATION SEMINAR                      1                   Prereq: DRAMA 131. Variable credit.
                           Instructor permission. Designed for students enrolling in their second                    5125 4-117         TTh        2:30P-5:00P              LORIG R
 instructor or depart-     Co-op experience.
 ment coordinator for                7021 ARR                    ARR                   WARREN N             DRAMA 133      STAGECRAFT                                 1-4
 more information.                                                                                          Prereq: DRAMA 132. Variable credit.
                                                                                                                     5127   4-117      TTh         2:30P-5:00P              LORIG R
 Add’l $33 fee.
                          COORDINATED STUDIES                                                               DRAMA 135          THEATRICAL DESIGN                        2
     Online course.                                                                                               5129          4-117  TTh     1:00P-1:50P                  LORIG R
 Students may register                       WOMEN ON THE EDGE
                                                                                                            DRAMA 190 THEATRE PRACTICUM                               1-5
 through the Distance      MASTER ITEM #4000                                                                Instructor permission. Withdrawal requires instructor permission. Vari-
 Learning Web page.        10:00A-12:15P, M-TH IN 29-216                                   10               able credit; continuous enrollment.
                                    “Women on the Edge “...of discovery, of gender, of sexuality, of                  5131     4-122      MWF     2:30P-5:30P          TAYLOR CH
 Add’l $33 fee.                     ethnic identity, of the political spectrum, of madness, of desire.
                                    In this course we’ll respond to and interpret visual art, literature
                                                                                                            DRAMA 225 DIRECTING FOR THE STAGE                           5
                                    and film made by women about issues women face in the new
     Weekend Col-                   millennium. Students will take either Writing 101 or 105 and write
                                                                                                            Instructor permission.
 lege course. These                 about issues and works discussed in the course.                                   5133 4-122    MW  12:00P-2:05P                    TAYLOR CH
                                                                                                                              4-122 ARR ARR                             TAYLOR CH
 hybrid courses are           HUM 104        Issues in Humanties                                Green A
 partially online; see    and WRIT 101       Principles of Writing                              Swyt W      DRAMA 231      ADVANCED STAGECRAFT                        1-4
 see instructor or de-    or  WRIT 105       Research and Persuasive of Writing                 Swyt W      Prereq: DRAMA 133. Variable credit.
 partment coordinator                                                                                                5135 4-117        TTh      2:30P-5:00P                 LORIG R

 for more information.
                          CULTURE, GENDER                                                                   DRAMA 232 ADVANCED STAGECRAFT                             1-4
 Also see www.high-                                                                                         Prereq: DRAMA 231. Variable credit.
 line.edu/weekend.        AND GLOBAL STUDIES                                                                         5137   4-117      TTh      2:30P-5:00P                 LORIG R
                          Fac Adv: Rosemary Adang (Coord), Bldg 15, ext 3822
 Add’l $33 fee.                                                                                             DRAMA 235 ADV THEATRICAL DESIGN                             2
                          § CGG     110     GLOBAL STUDIES                                  5               Prereq: DRAMA 135 or equivalent design experience.
 Shaded areas indi-                 1041     TBA    M-F    9:00A- 9:50A                     JONES JEN                5139 4-117        TTh       1:00P-1:50P                LORIG R
                                    Item #1041 topic: Colonial Legacy
 cate Saturday and
                                    1043                 ONLINE COURSE                      DELANEY S       DRAMA 290 THEATRE PRACTICUM                               1-5
 evening courses.                   Item #1043 topic: The Global Environment                                Instructor permission. Withdrawal requires instructor permission. Vari-
                                                                                                            able credit; continuous enrollment.
                          § CGG     115  SOCIETY AND THE ARTS                               5                         5141     4-122      MWF     2:30P-5:30P          TAYLOR CH
 § Meets Globalism                  1044 TBA      M-Th   11:00A-12:03P                       BLADES L
 and Diversity                      1045 TBA      MW     7:35P-9:45P                            STAFF
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                                                                                EDUC 253 METHODS-LITERACY DEVLP                               5
ECONOMICS                                                                       Add’l $6.10 fee.
Fac Adv: Phil Droke (Coord), Bldg 11, ext 3957; Bruce Roberts, Bldg 11,                   3327 22-102 MW 5:15P-7:25P                              OBERG K
ext 3408
                                                                                EDUC 281          PROFFESSIONAL ED. DEV.                   1
 ECON 110          ESSENTIALS OF ECONOMICS                    5                 Instructor permission. Course needs to be taken during the final quar-
 Not available for credit if student has completed ECON 211 and 212.            ter prior graduation.
           1145     22-206 M-F            9:00A- 9:50A          DROKE P                    3331    22-105 W           4:10P-5:00P            OBERG K
           1147     22-206 M-Th           11:00A-12:03P           SELL T
                                                                                             IBEST CHILDCARE ASSISTANTA
 ECON      211     PRIN OF MICROECONOMICS            5
           1149     22-206 M-F     10:00A-10:50A CHRISTOPHERS                   Integrated Basic Education Skills. Earn a certificate and college
           1151     22-206 M-Th    12:10P-1:13P       PEYTON J                  credits while working on English reading, writing and speaking skills.
           1153     22-206 TTh     7:35P-9:45P       PEYTON LJ
                                                                               Fac Adv, Bldg 6: Danette Randolph, ext 3211
 ECON      212     PRIN OF MACROECONOMICS                      5
           1155     22-206 M-F    8:00A- 8:50A                 ROBERTS B        EDUC 100 INTRO TO CHILD CARE                                  2
           1157     22-103 M-Th   12:10P-1:13P                   DROKE P        Meets the basic 20 hour STARS requirement.
           1161     22-206 MW     5:15P-7:25P                    DROKE P                 3281 23-115 M-F             9:00A- 1:00P                   STAFF
           1159     26-214 Sa     9:00A                        PEYTON LJ
                                                                                EDUC 121         HEALTH, NUTRITION, SAFETY                    3
 INDEPENDENT STUDIES: ARRANGE WITH INSTRUCTOR                                   Add’l $5.85 fee.
                                                                                          3299 23-115 M-F        9:00A- 1:00P                       STAFF

                                                                                EDUC 140 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                              1-6
EDUCATION                                                                       Instructor permission. Add’l $14.00 fee.
                                                                                          3301 23-115 M-F              9:00A- 1:00P                 STAFF
Fac Adv, Bldg 29: Alicja Baker, ext 3789; Joan Graham (coord), ext 3499;
Kathy Oberg, ext 3460                                                           EDUC      143  ENVIRONMENTS FOR LEARN                         3             ❖ Coordinated
                                                                                          3305 23-115 M-F     9:00A- 1:00P                          STAFF   Studies course, com-
 EDUC 100 INTRO TO CHILD CARE                                   2
 Meets the basic 20 hour STARS requirement.                                                                                                                 bined with another
                                                                                EDUC      162    CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT                      2
          3283 22-105 Sa              9:00A-12:35P                    STAFF               3311    23-115 M-F     9:00A- 1:00P                       STAFF   subject course for 10
                                                                                                                                                            credits. See Coordi-
 EDUC 101           SURVEY-FAMILY CHILD CARE                      3             INDEPENDENT STUDIES: ARRANGE WITH INSTRUCTOR
 Offered in a structured lab setting. Students must attend one orientation
                                                                                                                                                            nated Studies section.
 session, either Tue 1/9, 1:20-2:40p or Thu 1/11, 4:00-6:20p. Following ori-
 entation, class is scheduled by instructor arrangement. Add’l $6.10 fee.                                                                                       Hybrid course.
           3285 ARR                       ARR                         STAFF    ENGINEERING                                                                  Partially online; see
 EDUC      110  INTRO TO EDUCATION                              5               ENGR 124        CAD -SOLIDWORKS                             5               instructor or depart-
           3289 22-102 M-Th     12:10P-1:20P                    GRAHAM J        Prereq: ENGR 123 or significant drafting experience. Add’l $33 fee.          ment coordinator for
                                                                                          6225 30-210 M-Th            12:10P-1:13P              SENDI C     more information.
 EDUC      112  CHILD DEVELOPMENT                5
           3291 22-102 M-F     9:00A-9:50A    MC DONALD P                       ENGR 225 ARCHITECTURAL DRAFT II                               5
                                                                                                                                                            Add’l $33 fee.
           3293 22-102 M-Th    11:00A- 12:03P MC DONALD P                       Prereq: ENGR 224. Add’l $33 fee.
                                                                                          6227 30-210 M-F        9:00A- 9:50A                     SENDI C       Online course.
 EDUC 121         HEALTH, NUTRITION, SAFETY                     3
 Add’l $5.85 fee.
                                                                                                                                                            Students may register
                                                                                ENGR 230 DYNAMICS                                             5
           3297 22-105 F          12:10P-2:50P                      BAKER A     Prereq: ENGR 210, MATH 125, and PHYS 201.                                   through the Distance
                                                                                          6229 29-101 M-F          11:00A-11:50A           BANKHEAD R       Learning Web page.
§ EDUC     126  CHILD, FAMILY & SOCIETY            5                                                                                                        Add’l $33 fee.
           3298 22-102 M-F       10:00A- 10:50A MC DONALD P                     ENGR 234         CIVIL DRAFTING                               5
                                                                                Add’l $33 fee.
 EDUC 140 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                              3-6                          6231     30-210    M-F        10:00A-10:50A             SENDI C       Weekend Col-
 Instructor permission. Add’l $14.00 fee. Variable credit.                                                                                                  lege course. These
           3303 22-102 Th               7:40P-9:20P             GRAHAM J        ENGR 260 THERMODYNAMICS                                       5
                                                                                Add’l $33 fee.
                                                                                                                                                            hybrid courses are
 EDUC      230     TEACHING LEARN/BEH DIS                       5                         6232 29-101 M-F 9:00A-9:50A                      BANKHEAD R       partially online; see
           3319     22-102 TTh    5:15P-7:25P                         STAFF                                                                                 see instructor or de-
                                                                                ENGR 290 ENGINEERING PROJECTS                                 2             partment coordinator
 EDUC 240 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                               3-6               . Continuous enrollment.
 Instructor perm. Add’l $14.00 fee. Variable credit; cont. enrollment.                    6233 16-105 T  1:20P-3:00P                       BANKHEAD R       for more information.
           3321    22-104 Th             7:40P-9:20P             GRAHAM J                                                                                   Also see www.high-
                                                                               ENGLISH                                                                      line.edu/weekend.
 EDUC 250 NURTURING CARE-INFANT                                   3
 Offered in a structured lab setting. Students must attend one orientation     See Literature, Reading or Writing entries.                                  Add’l $33 fee.
 session, either Tue 1/9, 1:20-2:40p or Thu 1/11, 4:00-6:20p. Following ori-
 entation, class scheduled by instructor arrangement. Add’l $6.10 fee.                                                                                      Shaded areas indi-
           3323 ARR             ARR                                   STAFF    ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE                                                 cate Saturday and
 EDUC 252 METHODS-SCHOOL AGE CARE                                 3            Fac Adv: Eena Hibbs (Coord), Bldg 11, ext 3403;                              evening courses.
 Offered in a structured lab setting. Students must attend one orientation
 session, either Tue 1/9, 1:20-2:40p or Thu 1/11, 4:00-6:20p. Following ori-                                 READING
 entation, class is scheduled by instructor arrangement. Add’l $6.10 fee.                 These classes are offered through Reading. Please see course
                                                                                                                                                            § Meets Globalism
           3325 ARR             ARR                                   STAFF               offerings under that department.                                  and Diversity
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                                                         WRITING                                            GEOLOGY
                                     These classes are offered through Writing. Please see course of-       Fac Adv: Carla Whittington, Bldg 29, ext 6183
                                     ferings under that department.
                                                                                                             GEOL     101      PHYSICAL GEOLOGY                                5
                                                         SPEAKING                                            Add’l $34.05 fee.
                                                                                                                      6147 29-321 M-Th        11:00A-11:50A                        BAER ER
                           ESL        065 ENGLISH PRONUNCIATION                              1-5                                29-321 F      11:00A-12:50P                        BAER ER
                           Prereq: Inability to use English in a clear, understandable diction and pleas-             6149 29-321 MWF         1:20P-2:45P                            STAFF
                           ant voice. Add’l $23.55 fee. Variable credit; continuous enrollment.
                                      1585 19-201 M-F                    8:00A-11:50A            FOLEY K     GEOL      105       SHAPING THE EARTH                           5
                                                                                                                       6153       29-321 M-F     9:00A- 9:50A              LOETTERLE J
                                                                                                                       6155       29-321 M-Th    12:10P-1:13P             WHITTINGTON
                          FRENCH                                                                                       6157       29-321 MW      7:35P-9:45P                     STAFF

                          Fac Adv: Ellen Hofmann, Bldg 5, ext 3432                                           GEOL      107       GEOLOGIC CATASTROPHES                         5
                                                                                                             Add’l $21.20 fee.
                           FREN      102 ELEMENTARY FRENCH                                  5                          6159      29-321     M-F        8:00A- 8:50A WHITTINGTON
                           Prereq: FREN 101 with minimum of 1.5 or permission.                                         6161      TBA        M-F        9:00A- 9:50A WHITTINGTON
                                     5243 17-205 M-F            10:00A-10:50A             HOFMANN E                    6163      29-321     M-F        10:00A-10:50A LOETTERLE J
                                     5245 17-205 M-Th           11:00A-12:03P             HOFMANN E
                                                                                                             GEOL       152     PUGET SOUND DISASTERS                   1
                                                                                                             Field trip class that may require strenuous walking on uneven terrain.
                          GENERAL SCIENCE                                                                    Meets 3/3 9:30am-12:30pm & 3/10 8:30am-6:00pm. Add’l $25 fee.
                                                                                                                        6165 19-102 Sa              9:30A-12:30P WHITTINGTON
                          Fac Adv: Bldg 29, Gerry Barclay (Coord), ext 3523; Chis Gan, ext 3695;
                          Woody Moses, ext 3649; Sam Shabb, ext 3452; Joy Strohmaeir, ext 6120               GEOL      189 QUANTITATIVE GEOLOGY                                   1
                                                                                                             If you have difficulty registering for this class, contact Carla for entry code.
 ❖   Coordinated           GE SC 100 ROOTS OF SCIENCE                                 5                                6167 29-102 TTh                   12:00P-12:50P         LOETTERLE J
 Studies course, com-      Prereq: MATH 81 or higher; or min. ASSET numerical skills 44; or min.
                                                                                                                       6169 ONLINE COURSE LOETTERLE J
                           COMPASS pre-algebra 60.
 bined with another
                                    6057 19-108 MWF             1:10P-2:45P                STAFF             INDEPENDENT STUDIES: ARRANGE WITH INSTRUCTOR
 subject course for 10
 credits. See Coordi-     § GE SC 105 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE                            5
 nated Studies section.     Prereq: MATH 81 or higher; or min. ASSET numerical skills 44; or min.
                            COMPASS pre-algebra 60. Add’l $17.90 fee.                                       HIGH SCHOOL COMPLETION
                                     6059 13-104 MW              12:10P-2:00P            HIGLEY R            HS        001 HIGH SCHOOL COMP ORIENTA                            0
     Hybrid course.                          12-103 F            12:10P-2:00P            HIGLEY R            Instructor permission. Continuous enrollment.
 Partially online; see                                                                                                 1603 ARR                    ARR                      STEINBACH K
                           GE SC     190 SCIENCE SEMINAR                                    1
 instructor or depart-               6061 3-102   F      2:10P-3:00P                            BAER ER      HS        014 H S HEALTH SCIENCE                                  3
 ment coordinator for                                                                                                  1605 22-201 MWF      9:00A- 9:50A                           BAKER J
 more information.         GE SC 195        SURVEY-SCIENCE LAB                              1                          1607 22-201 MWF      10:00A-10:50A                          BAKER J
 Add’l $33 fee.            Begins 1/24; ends 2/21.
                                    6065 12-106 W           1:00P-2:50P                      WALTER D        HS       015 HS COMPLETION/US HISTORY                             5
                                    6063 12-106 W           6:20P-8:10P                      WALTER D        Prereq: Minimum COMPASS reading 61.
     Online course.                                                                                                   1609 10-206 M-F          9:00A- 9:50A                    BUCHAN A
 Students may register     GE SC 199 SCIENCE TUTOR TRAINING                           1-5
                           Instructor permission. Variable credit; continuous enrollment.                    HS       018 SURVEY OF LIFE PRINCIPLE                       5
 through the Distance                6067 26-319d F                 1:20P-3:10P     WHITTINGTON              Prereq: MATH 081 or higher; or min. ASSET numerical skills 44; or min.
 Learning Web page.                                                                                          COMPASS pre-algebra 60. Add’l $17.90 fee.
 Add’l $33 fee.            INDEPENDENT STUDIES: ARRANGE WITH INSTRUCTOR                                               1611   19-102 TThF           8:00A- 9:20A HERNANDEZ C
                                                                                                                             12-103 W              8:00A- 9:50A HERNANDEZ C
     Weekend Col-
                          GEOGRAPHY                                                                          HS       035 ENGLISH SKILLS II                              5
 lege course. These                                                                                          COMPASS ESL 210-259; or ASSET language 28-34; or completion of WRIT
                          Fac Adv, Bldg 11: Tim McMannon (Coord), ext 3329; Jennifer Jones, ext 3029
 hybrid courses are                                                                                          030 with 2.0 or better; or ASSET reading 36-39 Add’l $33 fee.
 partially online; see                                                                                                1613     21-202 M-F           10:00A-10:50A       BEASLEY M
                          § GEOG     100     SURVEY OF GEOGRAPHY                            5                         1615     10-204 TTh           7:35P-9:45P             JAMES
 see instructor or de-               1197     26-213 M-Th    12:10P-1:13P                        DENT F
 partment coordinator                1199     22-103 TTh     7:35P-9:45P                         DENT F      HS       040 READING SKILLS I                             5
 for more information.               1201            ONLINE COURSE                                PEET J     Prereq: COMPASS Reading 44-60 or 2.0 or better in ESL 029.
 Also see www.high-                                                                                                   1617   19-101   MW        5:15P-7:25P                         STAFF
                          § GEOG     120     WORLD GEOGRAPHY                                5
 line.edu/weekend.                   1203    22-103 M-F    10:00A-10:50A                    JONES JEN        HS       045 READING SKILLS II                             5
 Add’l $33 fee.                                                                                              Prereq: COMPASS reading 61-70 or min. 2.0 in ESL 030. Add’l $33 fee.
                           GEOG      205 PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY                                 5                         1619   19-109 M-Th         11:00A-12:03P             SHEN L
                                     1205        ONLINE COURSE                                   PEET J               1621   19-101    MW        5:15P-7:25P                 STAFF
 Shaded areas indi-
 cate Saturday and         GEOG      207     ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY                             5                HS       049 READING SKILLS III                          5
 evening courses.                    1207     22-103 M-F   11:00A-11:50A                    JONES JEN        Prereq: COMPASS Reading 71-79 or 2.0 in READ 060. Add’l $33 fee.
                                                                                                                      1627   21-104 M-F          9:00A- 9:50A       ROBINSON D
                           INDEPENDENT STUDIES: ARRANGE WITH INSTRUCTOR
                                                                                                                      1629 17-201 MW             5:15P-7:25P               STAFF
 § Meets Globalism
 and Diversity                                                                                               HS        061 BASIC ARITHMETIC                              5
 requirement.                                                                                                For those who need fractions, decimals, percents & proportions review.
                                                                                                                       1631   17-103 M-F           9:00A- 9:50A               STAFF
                                                                                                                       1633 17-103 M-F             12:10P-1:00P               STAFF


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                                                                             HOTEL 240 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                            1-10
HISTORY                                                                      Instructor permission. Variable credit; continuous enrollment.
Fac Adv, Bldg 11: Tim McMannon (Coord), ext 3329; Emmanuel Chiabi,                     2373 ARR                       ARR              BRANDMEIR C
ext 3412
                                                                             HOTEL 248 MARKETING IN HOSPITALITY                       5
 HIST      112    WESTERN MEDIEVAL HISTORY                  5                Recommended for 2nd year students or industry professionals.
           1219   10-202 M-F     10:00A-10:50A            BARNETTE M                2375 TBA          MW        9:00A-11:30A BRANDMEIR C
                                                                                    2377              ONLINE COURSE                BRANDMEIR C
 HIST      115    HISTORY OF WORLD WAR II                   5
           1221    TBA     M-F   9:00A- 9:50A             BARNETTE M         HOTEL 282 HOTEL/TOURMGMT:UNSTD F/S                      2
                                                                             Prereq: ACCTG 121 or instructor permission. Recommend for 2nd year
 HIST      121    US HISTORY TO 1815                         5               students or industry professionals.
           1223    19-108 M-F      8:00A- 8:50A                  CHIABI E             2379                ONLINE COURSE               SABADO R
           1225    23-310 M-Th     12:10P-1:13P                  CHIABI E
                                                                             Certificate in Customer Service with Hospitality/Tourism emphasis.
 HIST      122    US HISTORY: 1815-1900                      5               See IBest.
           1227    23-310 M-F       8:00A- 8:50A           MONTOYA B
           1229    23-310 M-F       9:00A- 9:50A           MONTOYA B
           1231    TBA     TTh      7:35P-9:45P           FRIEDLAND M
                                                                            HUMAN SERVICES
 HIST      123    US HISTORY SINCE 1900                     5               Program Adv: Dan Drischel (Coord), Bldg 11, ext 3665
           1233    26-121 M-F      10:00A-10:50A            GLENNON J
           1235    26-121 M-F      11:00A-11:50A            GLENNON J        H SER    101  INTRO TO HUMAN SERVICES                     5
                                                                                      1057 TBA      MW    5:15P-7:25P                  WALSH MI
 HIST      160    MODERN ASIAN HISTORY                       5
           1237   TBA    M-F     10:00A-10:50A                   CLARK T     H SER    105 IND,COUPLE,FAM,COUNS                         5
                                                                                      1059 TBA    MW      7:35P-9:45P                        STAFF
 HIST      210
           1239
                  PACIFIC N.W. HISTORY
                   10-206 M-F       8:00A- 8:50A
                                                             5
                                                             BUCHAN A        H SER    119    LAWS, PROF, AND ETHICS                    3
                                                                                                                                                     ❖ Coordinated
                                                                                      1061    19-108 M        12:10P-3:00P                 DAVIS S   Studies course, com-
 INDEPENDENT STUDIES: ARRANGE WITH INSTRUCTOR                                                                                                        bined with another
                                                                             H SER 120 GROUP, COMMUNITY/SOCIETY                        5             subject course for 10
                                                                             Prereq: H SER 101 or concurrent enrollment.
                                                                                                                                                     credits. See Coordi-
HONORS                                                                                 1063 17-102 Sa               10:00A- 3:30P      WALSH MI
                                                                                                                                                     nated Studies section.
Fac Adv: Barbara Clinton (Coord), Bldg 5, ext 3151                           H SER 140 FIELD PRACTICUM I                              5
                                                                             Prereq: H SER 101, 110, 120; PSYCH 100 and WRIT 101 w/min 2.0. Con-         Hybrid course.
 HONOR 100 HONORS SEMINAR                                  2                 tinuous enrollment.
 Prereq: 3.2 GPA for honors students. Course may be repeated.                          1065 ARR                    ARR              DRISCHEL D       Partially online; see
           4205 10-103 W               1:20P-3:15P         CLINTON B                                                                                 instructor or depart-
           4207 10-103 M               1:20P-3:15P         CLINTON B         H SER 141        PRACTICUM SEMINAR I                      1
           4209 10-103 T               5:00P-6:45P         CLINTON B
                                                                                                                                                     ment coordinator for
                                                                             Prereq: Must be taken concurrently with H SER 140.
                                                                                                                                                     more information.
                                                                                      1067 ARR                     ARR               DRISCHEL D
 HONOR 101       CONTEMPORARY VOICES                         1                                                                                       Add’l $33 fee.
 Course may be repeated each year.
                                                                             H SER    221  ADOLESCENT DEVELOP & SEX                   5
         4211     7-101    W       12:10P-1:13P              CLINTON B
                                                                                      1069 TBA     M-Th   11:00A-12:03P              DRISCHEL D          Online course.
 HONOR 299 HONORS INTERDISCIPLINARY                          2                                                                                       Students may register
                                                                             H SER 240 PRACTICUM II                                    5
 Prereq: Cumulative GPA of 3.5. Instructor permission required.                                                                                      through the Distance
                                                                             Prereq: H SER 140 and 141 w/min 2.0. Continuous enrollment.
           4213 ARR                     ARR                  CLINTON B
                                                                                       1071    ARR                 ARR                DRISCHEL D     Learning Web page.
                                                                                                                                                     Add’l $33 fee.
HOTEL AND TOURISM                                                            H SER 241        PRACTICUM SEMINAR II                      1
                                                                             Prereq: H SER 140 and 141; must be taken concurrently w/ H SER 240.
MANAGEMENT                                                                             1073 ARR                    ARR                DRISCHEL D         Weekend Col-
Fac Adv: Chris Brandmeir (Coord), Bldg 18, ext 3855                                                                                                  lege course. These
                                                                             H SER    251    FAMILY VIOLENCE                           5             hybrid courses are
 HOTEL 100 INTRO TO HOSPITALITY & TOURISM 5                                           1075    19-109 TTh     5:15P-7:25P                   GREEN L
                                                                                                                                                     partially online; see
 Prereq: COMPASS writing 65.
          2361 TBA         TTh     9:00A-11:30A BRANDMEIR C                                                                                          see instructor or de-
          2363             ONLINE COURSE        BRANDMEIR C                 HUMANITIES                                                               partment coordinator
                                                                            Fac Adv Bldg 5: Glen Avantaggio (Coord), ext 3425                        for more information.
 HOTEL 139  PRE-INTERNSHIP SEMINAR                          2                                                                                        Also see www.high-
       2365 10-101 T         1:20P-3:10P                 BRANDMEIR C         HUM      101    CONTEMPORARY VOICES                      1              line.edu/weekend.
       2366          ONLINE COURSE                       BRANDMEIR C                  4215    7-101 W      12:10P-1:13P               CLINTON B
                                                                                                                                                     Add’l $33 fee.
 HOTEL 140 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                          1-10              § HUM     104 ISSUES IN HUMANITIES                         5
 Instructor perm. Complete HOTEL 139 before 140. Var. cr; cont. enroll’t.             4219 TBA      M-F   10:00A-10:50A                 GARCIA A     Shaded areas indi-
           2367 ARR                  ARR                BRANDMEIR C                   Item #4219 topic: The Latino(a) Experience
                                                                                                                                                     cate Saturday and
 HOTEL 210 FRONT OFFICE MGT & OP                             5
                                                                              ❖       4000    29-216     M-Th      10:00A-12:06P           GREEN A
                                                                                                                                                     evening courses.
 Prereq: HOTEL 110.                                                          HUM      105    FILM APPRECIATION                         5
          2369 10-204 MW   12:10P-1:40P                          GWINN K              4221    29-216 M-Th    12:10P-1:13P                   RICH S   § Meets Globalism
 HOTEL 230 FOOD/BEV MGT & OPERATION                          4               HUM      107     SPECIAL TOPICS IN FILM                   2             and Diversity
 Prereq: HOTEL 130.                                                          Begins 2/12. Topic: The World (in/of) Documentaries.                    requirement.
          2371    19-101 MW 2:45P-4:30P                          GWINN K              4223 26-213 TTh               1:20P-2:50P              KIM T



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                           HUM    142    WESTERN HUMANITIES                                       5                 JRNL      202 ADVANCED NEWSWRITING                          5
                           COMPASS Reading 88 is recommended.                                                       Prereq: JRNL 101. Add’l $11.40 fee.
                                  4225 19-109 M-F           9:00A- 9:50A                          STEGALL S                   4171     10-106 M-F       1:10P-2:30P                   SELL T

                           HUM        250 HUMANITIES & THE HOLOCAUST                              5                 JRNL      203 ADVANCED NEWSWRITING                          5
                                      4229 TBA    M-Th    11:00A-12:03P                            BLADES L         Prereq: JRNL 101. Add’l $11.40 fee.
                                                                                                                              4173 10-106 M-F           1:10P-2:30P                   SELL T
                           INDEPENDENT STUDIES: ARRANGE WITH INSTRUCTOR
                                                                                                                    JRNL      215     NEWSPAPER PRODUC EDITING                 5
                                                                                                                    Prereq: BTECH 216, JRNL 101, JRNL 201 and WRIT 143 with 3.0 or above;
                                                                                                                    or instructor recommendation/permission. Add’l $11.40 fee.
                          INTERIOR DESIGN                                                                                     4175 10-106 M-F             1:10P-2:30P               SELL T
                          Fac Adv: Meg Ryan (Coord), Bldg 29, ext 3274
                                                                                                                    JRNL      216     NEWSPAPER PRODUC EDITING                 5
                           INT D      128  FURNITURE HISTORY I                                   5                  Prereq: BTECH 216, JRNL 101, JRNL 201 and WRIT 143 with 3.0 or above;
                                      2395 23-211a MW      10:00A-12:20P                        LAUGHLIN T          or instructor recommendation/permission. Add’l $11.40 fee.
                                                                                                                              4177 10-106 M-F             1:10P-2:30P               SELL T
                           INT D 140 INTERNSHIP                                                1-5
                           Instructor perm. Requires work exp. coord. w/instructor. Var. credit; cont. enroll’t.    JRNL      217     NEWSPAPER PRODUC EDITING                 5
                                      2397 ARR                         ARR                           RYAN M         Prereq: BTECH 216, JRNL 101, JRNL 201 and WRIT 143 with 3.0 or above;
                                                                                                                    or instructor recommendation/permission. Add’l $11.40 fee.
                           INT D      150 FURNITURE HISTORY II                                   5                            4179 10-106 M-F             1:10P-2:30P               SELL T
                                      2399 23-211a MW     1:30P-3:50P                           LAUGHLIN T
                                                                                                                    JRNL      240 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                        1-5
                           INT D 161        MATERIALS AND RESOURCES                               5                 Instructor permission. Variable credit; continuous enrollment.
                           Prereq: INT D 122 and 186; or permission.                                                          4181    ARR                    ARR                      SELL T
                                     2401 23-211a TTh             10:00A-12:45P                 LAUGHLIN T
                                                                                                                    INDEPENDENT STUDIES: ARRANGE WITH INSTRUCTOR
 ❖   Coordinated
                           INT D 238 INTERIOR RENDERING                                           5
 Studies course, com-      Prereq: INT D 228.
 bined with another                  2403 23-211a TTh 2:00P-4:45P                                 NELSON G         LIBRARY TECHNICIAN
 subject course for 10                                                                                             Fac Adv, Bldg 25: Fran Clark, ext 3610; Shireen Deboo, ext 6463; Karen
                           INT D 240 INTERNSHIP                                        1-5
 credits. See Coordi-      Prereq: INT D 122 and 186; perm. Variable credit; cont. enrollment.
                                                                                                                   Fernandez, ext 3809; Dana Franks, ext 3240; Jack Harton, ext 3806;
 nated Studies section.                                                                                            Monica Luce, ext 3311
                                     2405 ARR                    ARR                       RYAN M
                                                                                                                    LIBR     100 INTRO TO LIBR & INFO SVS                       5
     Hybrid course.                                                                                                          5303 25-122 MWF       11:00A-11:50A                      STAFF
 Partially online; see    JAPANESE                                                                                           5301         ONLINE COURSE                               STAFF
 instructor or depart-     All foreign language classes are offered in sequence, starting
 ment coordinator for      with 101.                                                                                LIBR     131    LEGAL INFORMATION SOURCES                   1
                                                                                                                    Meets 1/20 and 1/27.
 more information.                                                                                                           5305 25-122 Sa         9:00A- 4:30P                 HARTON J
                           JAPAN 102 ELEMENTARY JAPANESE                         5
 Add’l $33 fee.            Prereq: JAPAN 101 with minimum of 1.5 or permission.
                                     5257 17-206 M-F            9:00A- 9:50A KUNITSUGU M                            LIBR      140 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                       1-5
                                     5259 17-206 M-F            10:00A-10:50A KUNITSUGU M                           Variable credit; continuous enrollment.
     Online course.                                                                                                           5307 ARR                      ARR                      BATES A
 Students may register     JAPAN 202 INTERMEDIATE JAPANESE                           5
 through the Distance      Prereq: JAPAN 201 with a minimum of 1.5 or permission.                                   LIBR      151    BUSINESS INFORMATION SOURCES               1
                                     5261 17-206 M-Th           12:10P-1:13P      KUNITSUGU M                       Add’l $33 fee. Meets 2/24 and 3/3.
 Learning Web page.                                                                                                           5309 25-122 Sa           9:00A- 3:30P              HARTON J
 Add’l $33 fee.
                                                                                                                    LIBR     170   CATALOGING I                                 5
                          JOURNALISM/MASS MEDIA                                                                     LIBR 100 recommended.
     Weekend Col-
                          Fac Adv: Susan Landgraf (Coord), Bldg 5, ext 3427; T.M. Sell, Bldg 11,                             5311   25-122 MWF     10:00A-10:50A                 BABCOCK
 lege course. These       ext 3150                                                                                           5313          ONLINE COURSE                         BABCOCK
 hybrid courses are
 partially online; see     JRNL       100 MEDIA AND SOCIETY                                       5                 LIBR     180     MEDIA SERVICES                             5
 see instructor or de-                4159 TBA    M-F     10:00A-10:50A                               STAFF                  5315    25-122 MWF      9:00A- 9:50A               FRANKS D
                                      4161 4-123  M-Th    12:10P-1:13P                            STEGALL S
 partment coordinator                                                                                                        5317            ONLINE COURSE                      FRANKS D
 for more information.     JRNL      101     JOURNALISTIC WRITING                           5
                           Prereq: WRIT 101 or its equivalent with a 2.0 or higher. Counts as a second              LIBR      240 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                      1-5
 Also see www.high-                                                                                                 Instructor permission. Requires work experience to be coordinated w/
                           writing class (5-credits). Add’l $11.40 fee.
 line.edu/weekend.                   4163 10-106 MTW                10:00A-10:50A                SELL T
                                                                                                                    the instructor. Variable credit; continuous enrollment.
 Add’l $33 fee.                                                                                                               5319 ARR                       ARR                 BATES A
                                              10-105 ThF            10:00A-10:50A                SELL T

 Shaded areas indi-        JRNL     105 NEWS PHOTOGRAPHY                                          4
                           ART 125 or equivalent recommended. Add’l $11.40 fee.                                    LITERATURE
 cate Saturday and                  4165 10-106 M-F            1:10P-2:30P                             SELL T      Also see the Humanities entry
 evening courses.
                           JRNL      140 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                        1-5                          Fac Adv, Bldg 5: Glen Avantaggio (Coord), ext 3425; Larry Blades ext
                           Instructor permission. Variable credit; continuous enrollment.                          3439; Allison Green, ext 3512; Sharon Hashimoto, ext 3158; Susan Rich,
 § Meets Globalism                   4167 ARR                       ARR                                SELL T      ext 3253; Ruth Windhover, ext 3431
 and Diversity                                                                                                      LIT      110     CHILDREN’S LITERATURE                    5
                           JRNL      201 ADVANCED NEWSWRITING                                     5
 requirement.              Prereq: JRNL 101. Add’l $11.40 fee.                                                               4241     26-214 F        5:00P-9:25P           MC KENNEY C
                                     4169 10-106 M-F           1:10P-2:30P                             SELL T



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 LIT       134 THE SHORT STORY                               3               MATH 091 BEGINNING ALGEBRA                                    5
           4243 10-204 MWF     9:00A- 9:50A               HASHIMOTO S        Prereq: MATH 081 or 085 w/min. 1.7 or COMPASS prealgebra score of 60.
                                                                             Computer-based, instructor-led class. Buy NO BOOKS! Add’l $84.75 fee.
 LIT       220 POPULAR LITERATURE                5                                    6269 30-211 M-F                 7:00A- 7:50A            STAFF
           4245 TBA    M-Th    11:00A-12:03P MATSUMOTO-M                              6271 30-211 M-F                 7:00A- 8:50A            STAFF
                                                                                      Item #6271 is a Fast Track course. Linked with MATH 097, item
 LIT       222 AMERICAN: REALISM-1945                       5                         #6295 for a total of 10 credits. MATH 091 ends 2/12.
           4247 TBA   M-Th     12:10P-1:13P              FRANCIS-MCW                  6273 30-211 M-F                 8:00A- 8:50A            STAFF
                                                                                      6275 30-211 M-Th                12:10P-1:13P            STAFF
§ LIT      225 AMERICAN ETHNIC LIT             5                                      6277 30-211 MW                  5:15P-7:25P             STAFF
           4249 TBA    M-F    8:00A- 8:50A MATSUMOTO-M                                6279 30-211 TTh                 5:15P-7:25P             STAFF
           4251 21-105 M-F    10:00A-10:50A       KIM T                               6281 30-211 MW                  7:35P-9:45P             STAFF
                                                                                      6282 30-211 TTh                 7:35P-9:45P             STAFF
 INDEPENDENT STUDIES: ARRANGE WITH INSTRUCTOR                                         6283 26-214 Su                  3:00P-5:00P             STAFF

                                                                             MATH 091 BEGINNING ALGEBRA                            5
MATHEMATICS                                                                  Prereq: MATH 081 or 085 w/min. 1.7 or COMPASS prealgebra of 60.
 For the best chance of success, the Math department strongly                         6261 17-101     M-F        9:00A- 9:50A           STAFF
                                                                                      6263 17-201 M-F            10:00A-10:50A          STAFF
 recommends a 2.0 in listed prerequisites.                                            6265 17-201 M-Th           11:00A-12:03P          STAFF
Fac Adv, Bldg 18: Erik Scott (coord), ext 3113; Barbara Hunter, ext 3025;             6267 17-201 M-Th           1:20P-2:23P            STAFF
Shawn McDougal, ext 3056; Terry Meerdink, ext 3028; Dick Plagge, ext
3476; Jason Ramirez, ext 3585; Allan Walton, ext 3489; Aaron Warnock,        MATH 095 FUND OF INTERMED ALGEBRA                            5
ext 3668. Bldg 15: Dusty Wilson (coord), ext 3338; Diana Lee, ext 3479;      Prereq: MATH 081, 085 or 091 w/min. 1.7. ONLY for students planning to
Han Lim, ext 3027; Katherine Skelton, ext 3433; Joe Wilcox, ext 3481. Bldg   take MATH 107 or PHIL 120. See a full-time math instructor before regis-
25: Ed Morris, ext 3816 Bldg 29: Helen Burn, ext 3496;                       tering. Graphing calculator required; TI-83/4 recom. Add’l $33 fee.
                                                                                       6285 17-103 M-Th               11:00A-12:03P              STAFF
 MATH 061 BASIC ARITHMETIC                                    5
 Designed for students needing a review of fractions, decimals, percents     MATH 097 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA                               5               ❖ Coordinated
 and proportions.                                                            Prereq: MATH 091 w/min. 1.7 or COMPASS algebra score of 47. Comput-         Studies course, com-
          6235 17-103 M-F              9:00A- 9:50A                STAFF     er-based, instructor led class. Buy NO BOOKS! Add’l $84.75 fee.             bined with another
          6237 17-103 M-F              12:10P-1:00P                STAFF               6295 30-211 M-F               7:00A- 8:50A            STAFF
                                                                                      Item #6295 is a Fast Track course. Begins 2/13.
                                                                                                                                                         subject course for 10
 MATH 081 PRE-ALGEBRA                                    5                            6297     30-211     M-F     10:00A-10:50A                STAFF     credits. See Coordi-
 Prereq: MATH 061 or H S 061 or COMPASS pre-algebra score of 29.                      6301     30-211     M-Th    11:00A-12:03P                STAFF     nated Studies section.
          6239 17-101       M-F     7:00A- 7:50A               STAFF                  6303     30-211     M-Th    1:20P-2:23P                  STAFF
          6241 17-104 M-F           8:00A- 8:50A               STAFF                  6307     30-211     MW      7:35P-9:45P                  STAFF
          6243 17-104 M-F           10:00A-10:50A              STAFF                  6309     30-211     TTh     7:35P-9:45P                  STAFF         Hybrid course.
          6245 17-107 M-Th          11:00A-12:03P              STAFF                  6313     26-214     Su      2:00P-4:00P                  STAFF     Partially online; see
          6247 17-104 M-Th          12:10P-1:13P               STAFF                  6315                ONLINE COURSE                        LEE D     instructor or depart-
          6249 17-104 M-Th          1:20P-2:23P                STAFF                                                                                     ment coordinator for
          6251 17-101       TTh     7:35P-9:45P                STAFF         MATH 097 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA                             5
                                                                                                                                                         more information.
                                                                             Prereq: MATH 091 w/min. 1.7 or COMPASS algebra score of 47. Graphing
 MATH 085 PREPARATION FOR ALGEBRA                         5                  calculator required; TI-83/4 recommended.                                   Add’l $33 fee.
 Computer-based, instructor-led class for students who ONLY need                       6287 17-201 M-F            7:00A- 7:50A              STAFF
 a brush-up on arithmetic and pre-algebra. Class moves fast. Buy NO                    6289 17-201 M-F            8:00A- 8:50A              STAFF
 BOOKS! Add’l $84.75 fee.
                                                                                                                                                             Online course.
                                                                                       6291 17-104 M-F            9:00A- 9:50A              STAFF
          6253 30-211 M-F             9:00A- 9:50A             STAFF                   6293 17-101         M-Th   12:10P-1:13P              STAFF        Students may register
          6255 30-211 MW              5:15P-7:25P              STAFF                   6305 17-101         MW     5:15P-7:25P               STAFF        through the Distance
          6259 30-211 TTh             5:15P-7:25P              STAFF
                                                                                                                                                         Learning Web page.
          6257 26-214 Su              4:00P-6:30P              STAFF         MATH 107       MATH-A PRACTICAL ART                     5
                                                                             Prereq: MATH 095 or 097 w/min. 1.7 or COMPASS algebra score of 71.
                                                                                                                                                         Add’l $33 fee.
                                                                                      6319 17-107 M-F             10:00A- 10:50A          STAFF
                                                                                      6321 17-201 M-F             12:10P-1:00P            STAFF              Weekend Col-
                                                                                      6323             ONLINE COURSE                       LEE D         lege course. These
                                                                                                                                                         hybrid courses are
                                                                             MATH 111          COLLEGE ALGEBRA                       5
                                                                             Prereq: MATH 097 w/min. 2.0 or COMPASS algebra score of 71. Graph-          partially online; see
                                                                             ing calculator required; TI-83/4 recommended.                               see instructor or de-
                                                                                       6327 17-201 M-F              9:00A- 9:50A          STAFF          partment coordinator
                                                                                       6325 17-102 M-Th             11:00A-12:03P         STAFF
                                                                                       6329 17-101         M-Th     1:20P-2:23P           STAFF          for more information.
                                                                                       6331 17-104 MW               5:15P-7:25P           STAFF          Also see www.high-
                                                                                                                                                         line.edu/weekend.
                                                                             MATH 112           ELEMENTS OF CALCULUS                        5
                                                                             Prereq: MATH 111 or 115 w/min. 1.7 or COMPASS college algebra score of
                                                                                                                                                         Add’l $33 fee.
                                                                             51. Especially for students majoring in a non-science area. Graphing cal-
                                                                             culator required; TI-83/4 recommended.                                      Shaded areas indi-
                                                                                       6335 17-107 M-F                9:00A- 9:50A              STAFF
                                                                                                                                                         cate Saturday and
                                                                                       6337 17-104 M-F                11:00A-11:50A             STAFF
                                                                                       6339 17-104 MW                 7:35P-9:45P               STAFF    evening courses.

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                           MATH 115          PRECALCULUS I                         5                   MED A 113      TERM/ANATOMY/PHYSIO 1               2
                           Prereq: MATH 097 w/min. 2.0 or COMPASS algebra score of 71. Graph-          Prereq: Minimum COMPASS reading 80 and writing 65.
                           ing calculator required; TI-83/4 recommended.                                        2119           ONLINE COURSE CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
                                     6341 17-102 M-F              8:00A- 8:50A          STAFF
                                     6343 17-102 M-F              10:00A- 10:50A        STAFF          MED A 114          FEDERAL REGS/GUIDELINES         1
                                     6345 17-102 M-Th             12:10P-1:13P          STAFF                2121          23-206 See times above CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
                                     6347 17-102 M-Th             1:20P-2:23P           STAFF
                                     6351 17-104 TTh              5:15P-7:25P           STAFF          MED A 120          THERAPEUTIC COMM SKILLS       3
                                                                                                             2125                 ONLINE COURSE CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
                           MATH 116         PRECALCULUS II                         5
                           Prereq: MATH 115 w/min. 1.7 or COMPASS college algebra score      of 51.
                                                                                                       MED A 122          MED LAW AMBLTORY CARE          2
                           Graphing calculator required; TI-83/4 recommended.
                                                                                                             2127         23-206 See times above CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
                                    6353 17-102 M-F                9:00A-9:50A               STAFF
                                    6355 17-107 M-Th               12:10P-1:13P              STAFF
                                                                                                       MED A 123          MED/ETHICS AMBLATRY CARE      2
                                    6357 17-107 M-Th               1:20P-2:23P               STAFF
                                                                                                             2129                 ONLINE COURSE CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
                           MATH 124         CALCULUS                             5
                           Prereq: MATH 116 w/min. 1.7 or COMPASS trigonometry score of 51.            MED A 125          DIGEST TERM/ANAT/PHARM         1
                           Graphing calculator required; TI-83/4 recommended.                                2135                  ONLINE COURSE CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
                                    6361 17-101         M-F        8:00A-8:50A       STAFF
                                    6359 17-101         M-F        10:00A-10:50A     STAFF             MED A 128        ASEPSIS/HISTORY/VITALS               3
                                                                                                       Instructor permission.
                           MATH 125        CALCULUS                                     5                        2139 23-206 See times above         CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
                           Prereq: MATH 124 w/min. 1.7. Graphing calculator required; TI-83/4 rec-
                           ommended.                                                                   MED A 133      GENITO TERM/ANAT/PHARM              1
                                    6363 14-103 M-F              8:00A-8:50A                STAFF      Prereq: Minimum COMPASS reading 80 and writing 65.
                                    6365 14-103 M-F              10:00A-10:50A              STAFF               2143           ONLINE COURSE CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
                                    6367 17-104 TTh              7:35P-9:45P                STAFF
 ❖   Coordinated                                                                                       MED A 136          PHYSICAL EXAMINATION              1-1
 Studies course, com-      MATH 126        CALCULUS                                     5              Variable credit.
 bined with another        Prereq: MATH 125 w/min. 1.7. Graphing calculator required; TI-83/4 rec-               2147     23-206   See times above   CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
                           ommended.
 subject course for 10              6369 17-107 M-F              8:00A- 8:50A               STAFF      MED A 138          MEDICAL SPECIALTIES I              2
 credits. See Coordi-                                                                                        2149         23-206 See times above     CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
 nated Studies section.    MATH 180 FOUNDATIONS ARITHMETIC                             5
                           Prereq: MATH 097 w/min. 1.7 or COMPASS algebra score of 71. Students        MED A 143      FEMALETERM/ANATOMY/PHARM            1
                           who are not education majors should check with an advisor before regis-     Prereq: Minimum COMPASS reading 80 and writing 65.
     Hybrid course.        tering to confirm this course satisfies a program requirement.                         2155           ONLINE COURSE CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
 Partially online; see                6371 17-101       M-Th      11:00A-12:03P              STAFF
                                      6373 17-101       MW        7:35P-9:45P                STAFF
 instructor or depart-                                                                                 MED A 146          MEDICAL SPECIALTIES II             2
 ment coordinator for                                                                                        2159         23-206 See times above     CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
                           MATH 210 ELEMENTS OF STATISTICS                           5
 more information.         Prereq: MATH 097 w/min. 1.7 or COMPASS algebra score of 71. Graphing        MED A 150          MED OFFICE PROCEDURES          1
 Add’l $33 fee.            calculator required; TI-83/4 recommended.
                                                                                                             2161         23-206 See times above CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
                                     6375 14-103 M-F             9:00A- 9:50A             STAFF
                                     6377 14-103 M-F             11:00A-11:50A            STAFF
                                                                                                       MED A 158          ASS’T WITH MINOR SURGERY        1
     Online course.                  6379                ONLINE COURSE                HUNTER B               2169          23-206 See times above CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
 Students may register
 through the Distance      MATH 225 CALCULUS                                            5              MED A 161       NEURO TERM/ANATOMY/PHARM                  1
                           Prereq: MATH 126 w/min. 1.7.                                                Prereq: Min. COMPASS reading 80 and writing 65. Add’l $24.80 fee.
 Learning Web page.                 6381 17-103 M-F               8:00A-8:50A                STAFF
                                                                                                                2173             ONLINE COURSE CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
 Add’l $33 fee.
                           MATH 230 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS                              5
                                                                                                       MED A 164          REHABILITATION MEDICINE         1
                           Prereq: MATH 125 w/min. 1.7. MATH 225 Recommended.
     Weekend Col-                   6381 17-103 M-F            10:00A-10:50A                 STAFF
                                                                                                             2177          23-206 See times above CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
 lege course. These
                                                                                                       MED A 166 DOSAGE CALC & INJECTIONS                    2
 hybrid courses are                                                                                    Instructor permission.
 partially online; see    MEDICAL ASSISTANT                                                                      2179 23-206 See times above            CERNA/LUNDEN
 see instructor or de-     These classes are self-paced and modularized. For students
                           enrolled in Medical Assistant disciplines.                                  MED A 168          MED OFFICE INSURANCE I             1
 partment coordinator                                                                                        2181         23-206 See times above     CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
 for more information.     All courses are continuous enrollment. A $33 computer-lab fee assessed
 Also see www.high-        to each student once each quarter.                                          MED A 201 CARDIOTERM/ANATOMY/PHARM                 1
 line.edu/weekend.         Students must schedule hours with instructor during the following           Prereq: Minimum COMPASS reading 80 and writing 65.
                           times:                                                                               2185           ONLINE COURSE CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
 Add’l $33 fee.               •M/W: 12:00P-8:30P   •T/Th: 8:00A-4:15P
                                                                                                       MED A 204 ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY                         1
                          Fac Adv: Babs Cerna (Coord), Bldg 18, ext 3493; Kat Chappell, Bldg 18,
 Shaded areas indi-       ext 3494; Laurel Lunden, Bldg18, ext 3410
                                                                                                       Add’l $24.80 fee.
 cate Saturday and                                                                                               2189 23-206 See times above         CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
 evening courses.          MED A 110        HEALTH CARE CAREERS                         3
                                                                                                       MED A 206          MED OFFICE INSURANCE II        1
                           Prereq: ASSET reading skill score of 40 or COMPASS reading skill score of
                                                                                                             2191         23-206 See times above CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
                           80; and ASSET writing score 40 or COMPASS writing score 64.
 § Meets Globalism                   2115    23-206 See times above CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
                                                                                                       MED A 209 RESPIRTERM/ANATOMY/PHARM                 1
 and Diversity                                                                                         Prereq: Minimum COMPASS reading 80 and writing 65.
 requirement.                                                                                                   2195           ONLINE COURSE CERNA/CHAPP/LUND




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MED A 212         INTRO LAB PROCEDURES                    1
Add’l $24.80 fee.
                                                                       MUSIC
                                                                       Fac Adv Bldg 5: Sydney Stegall (Coord), ext 3880; Ben Thomas, ext.
          2199 23-206 See times above          CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
                                                                       6311.
MED A 214 MANAGING FINANCES                            2
                                                                        MUSIC 102 MUSIC THEORY II                                   3
      2201 23-206 See times above              CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
                                                                        Prereq: MUSIC 101. Concurrent enrollment in MUSIC 114 is strongly rec-
                                                                        ommended until student can pass sight-singing proficiency exam.
MED A 217      BID/LYMP TERM/ANAT/PHARM            1
                                                                                 5143 4-104        MWF       11:00A-11:50A          STEGALL S
Prereq: Minimum COMPASS reading 80 and writing 65.
         2205           ONLINE COURSE CERNA/CHAPP/LUND                  MUSIC 105           HISTORY OF JAZZ                        5
                                                                              5145           4-123   M-F    10:00A-10:50A          THOMAS B
MED A 220 HEMATOLOGY/VENIPUNCTURE             2                               5147           4-104   TTh    7:35P-9:45P            ZIMBERG T
Instructor permission. Add’l $24.80 fee.
          2209 23-206 See times above CERNA/CHAPP/LUND                  MUSIC 106 HISTORY OF ROCK MUSIC                             5
                                                                              5149 4-123   MWF    11:00A-11:50A                     THOMAS B
MED A 230       INTRO MED TRANSCRIPTION         2
      2211       23-206 See times above CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
                                                                       § MUSIC 110          MUSIC CULTURES OF WORLD                5
                                                                               5151         4-104   M-F     9:00A- 9:50A           THOMAS B
MED A 233 MUSCULO TERM/ANAT/PHARM                  1
                                                                               5153         4-104   TTh     5:15P-7:25P            ZIMBERG T
Prereq: Minimum COMPASS reading 80 and writing 65.
         2215           ONLINE COURSE CERNA/CHAPP/LUND                  MUSIC 111           MUSIC APPRECIATION                      5
                                                                              5155          4-123   M-F     8:00A- 8:50A             GLOVER S
MED A 236       URINALYSIS PROCEDURES                  1
      2219       23-206 See times above        CERNA/CHAPP/LUND         MUSIC 114       SIGHTSINGING/EAR TRAIN.                     2
                                                                        Prereq: MUSIC 113 or permission.
MED A 238       NUTRITION AND HEALTH                   1                         5157 4-104        TTh   11:00A-11:50A              THOMAS B
      2221       23-206 See times above        CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
                                                                        MUSIC 116           BEGINNING CLASS PIANO                   2              ❖ Coordinated
MED A 240 EXTERNSHIP                                     1-7            Add’l $15.85 fee.
Instructor permission. Requires work experience to be coordinated w/
                                                                                                                                                   Studies course, com-
                                                                                  5159      4-101   MW        9:00A- 9:50A              AKAKA S
the instructor. Variable credit; continuous enrollment.                           5161      4-101   TTh       10:00A-10:50A             EVANS D
                                                                                                                                                   bined with another
          2223 23-206 ARR                CERNA/CHAPP/LUND                         5163      4-101   MW        10:00A-10:50A             AKAKA S    subject course for 10
                                                                                  5165      4-101   TTh       11:00A-11:50A             EVANS D    credits. See Coordi-
MED A 243 DERM TERM/ANATOMY/PHARM                  1
Prereq: Minimum COMPASS reading 80 and writing 65.                                                                                                 nated Studies section.
                                                                        MUSIC 117        ELEMENTARY CLASS PIANO                      2
         2229           ONLINE COURSE CERNA/CHAPP/LUND                  Prereq: MUSIC 116 or equivalent experience. See instructor for help with
                                                                        placement. Add’l $15.85 fee.                                                   Hybrid course.
MED A 246 MEDICAL MANAGER SIM I                        1                         5167 4-101          MW        11:00A-11:50A            AKAKA S    Partially online; see
      2233 23-206 See times above              CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
                                                                        MUSIC 118        INTERMEDIATE CLASS PIANO                    2
                                                                                                                                                   instructor or depart-
MED A 251      SPECSENS/TERM/ANAT/PHARM            1                    Prereq: MUSIC 117 or equivalent experience. See instructor for help with   ment coordinator for
Prereq: Minimum COMPASS reading 80 and writing 65.                      placement. Add’l $15.85 fee.                                               more information.
         2237           ONLINE COURSE CERNA/CHAPP/LUND                           5169 4-101          MW        11:00A-11:50A            AKAKA S
                                                                                                                                                   Add’l $33 fee.
MED A 254       MED TRANSCRIPTION II                   2                MUSIC 125        BEGINNING CLASS GUITAR                   2
      2241      23-206 See times above         CERNA/CHAPP/LUND         Spanish guitar (with nylon strings and wide neck) and foot stool are           Online course.
                                                                        highly recommended.                                                        Students may register
MED A 256 MEDICAL MANAGER SIM II          1                                       5171    4-101     MW        12:10P-1:00P          AKAKA S
      2243 23-206 See times above CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
                                                                                                                                                   through the Distance
                                                                        MUSIC 128           WORLD PERCUSSION                        2              Learning Web page.
MED A 258 SPECIALTY LAB TEST                           1                      5175          4-101   TTh    12:10P-1:00P             THOMAS B       Add’l $33 fee.
      2245 23-206 See times above              CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
                                                                        MUSIC 134           COLLEGE CHOIR                           2
MED A 260 EMERGENCY/FIRST AID                             2                   5177           4-104  M-Th      12:10P-1:00P           GLOVER S          Weekend Col-
Add’l $38.85 fee. . Continuous enrollment.                                                                                                         lege course. These
         2247 23-206 See times above           CERNA/CHAPP/LUND         MUSIC 181         BEGINNING CLASS VOICE                     2              hybrid courses are
                                                                        Add’l $16.30 fee.
MED A 263 ENDO TERM/ANATOMY/PHARM                  1                              5191     4-104  F       12:10P-2:40P               GLOVER S      partially online; see
Prereq: Minimum COMPASS reading 80 and writing 65.                                                                                                 see instructor or de-
         2251           ONLINE COURSE CERNA/CHAPP/LUND                  MUSIC 182       INTERMEDIATE CLASS VOICE                    2              partment coordinator
                                                                        Prereq: MUSIC 181. Add’l $16.30 fee.
                                                                                 5193 4-104         F        12:10P-2:40P            GLOVER S      for more information.
MED A 266 MED TRANSCRIPTION III                        1
      2255 23-206 See times above              CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
                                                                                                                                                   Also see www.high-
                                                                        MUSIC 183       ADV ART SONG CLASS VOICE                    2              line.edu/weekend.
                                                                        Prereq: MUSIC 182. Add’l $16.30 fee.
MED A 268 AIDS SEMINAR                                 1
                                                                                 5195 4-104         F        12:10P-2:40P            GLOVER S
                                                                                                                                                   Add’l $33 fee.
      2257 23-206 See times above              CERNA/CHAPP/LUND

MED A 274 MED TRANSCRIPTION IV                         1                MUSIC 185       VOCAL TECH/PERFORM I                        2              Shaded areas indi-
                                                                        Prereq: MUSIC 183. Add’l $16.30 fee.                                       cate Saturday and
      2263 23-206 See times above              CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
                                                                                 5197 4-104         F        12:10P-2:40P            GLOVER S
                                                                                                                                                   evening courses.
MED A 276 OFFICE/HR MANAGEMENT            1
                                                                        MUSIC 186 VOCAL TECH/PERFORM II                             2
      2265 23-206 See times above CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
                                                                        Prereq: MUSIC 185. Add’l $16.30 fee.
                                                                                 5199 4-104         F        12:10P-2:40P            GLOVER S
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MED A 278 EMPLOYMENT STRATEGIES           1                                                                                                        and Diversity
      2267 23-206 See times above CERNA/CHAPP/LUND
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                           MUSIC 187       VOCAL TECH/PERFORM III                           2              NURS 113           NURSING PRACTICUM II                      4
                           Prereq: MUSIC 186. Add’l $16.30 fee.                                            Acceptance to Nursing Program; Faculty place students into lab groups.
                                    5201 4-104         F        12:10P-2:40P                 GLOVER S      Clinical site placement will be determined by the faculty.
                                                                                                                      3009 HOS           MT        7:00A- 3:00P            KELLY F
                           MUSIC 230 HIGHLINE CONCERT CHORALE                               2                                  STF       MT        6:00A- 2:00P       FUHRMANN Z
                           Intructor permission.                                                                               VAL       MT        3:00P-11:00P            MIZZI J
                                     5203 4-104  M-Th 1:20P-2:10P                            GLOVER S                          STF       MT        2:00P-10:00P             STAFF
                                                                                                                               HOS       MT        2:30P-10:30P           TRILLO T
                                                                                                                               HOS       MT        3:00P-11:00P             STAFF
                                              PRIVATE INSTRUCTION
                           Prereq: Perm. Private inst. courses are taken with an adviser approved,         NURS 114        LAB PRACTICUM II                              1
                           off-campus instructor chosen and paid for by the student. 10 half/hr. les-      Prereq: NURS 112. Faculty place students into groups. Add’l $36.85 fee.
                           sons = 1 cr., 10 1hr. lessons = 2 cr. Instructor must submit official Highline            3011     26-219 F            8:00A-2:00P        MULLER-LIND
                           grade form before finals each quarter. Var. credits.                                               26-219 F            8:00A-2:00P                DO JIN

                           MUSIC 170         PRIVATE INSTRUCTION                          1-2              NURS 132        PSYCHOSOCIAL CONCEPTS II                     1
                                 5179         5-109   ARR    ARR                            STEGALL S      Prereq: NURS 101. Faculty place students into one of two sections.
                                                                                                                    3013 26-307 Th                10:30A-12:30P       CARPENTER
                           MUSIC 171         PRIVATE INSTRUCTION                          1-2                       Item #3013 meets 1/4, 1/18, 2/1, 2/15 and 3/1
                                 5181         5-109   ARR    ARR                            STEGALL S               3015 26-307 Th                10:30A-12:30P       CARPENTER
                                                                                                                    Item #3015 meets 1/4, 1/11, 1/25, 2/8, and 2/22
                           MUSIC 172         PRIVATE INSTRUCTION                          1-2
                                 5183         5-109   ARR    ARR                            STEGALL S      NURS 141        MEDICAL-SURGICAL NURS I                       4
                                                                                                           Prereq: NURS 101. Faculty place students into one of two sections.
                           MUSIC 173         PRIVATE INSTRUCTION                          1-2                       3017 26-214 Th               8:00A-10:00A                 DO JIN
                                 5185         5-109   ARR    ARR                            STEGALL S                        26-214 Th           10:30A-12:30P                DO JIN
                                                                                                                    Item #3017 meets from 8am-10am on 1/4, 1/18, 2/1, 2/15 and 3/1
                           MUSIC 174         PRIVATE INSTRUCTION                          1-2                       and from 10:30am-12:30pm on 1/11, 1/25, 2/8, and 2/22
 ❖   Coordinated                 5187         5-109   ARR    ARR                            STEGALL S               3019 26-214 Th               8:00A-10:00A                 DO JIN
 Studies course, com-                                                                                                        26-214 Th           10:30A-12:30P                DO JIN
                           MUSIC 175  PRIVATE INSTRUCTION                                 1-2                       Item #3019 meets from 8am-10am on 1/4, 1/11, 1/25, 2/8, and 2/22
 bined with another                                                                                                 and from 10:30am-12:30pm on 1/18, 2/1, 2/15 and 3/1.
                                 5189 5-109    ARR    ARR                                   STEGALL S
 subject course for 10
 credits. See Coordi-                                                                                      NURS 211           NURSING PRACTICUM IV                       1-5
 nated Studies section.                        MUSIC PERFORMANCE                                           Prereq: NURS 115 or NURS 194. NURS 211 is 5 credits in fall and 3 credits
                                                                                                           in winter. Winter is for LPN to RN Articulation students only. Clinical site
                           Prereq: Perm. Credit given for performance courses w/Federal Way,
                                                                                                           placement will be determined by the faculty. Variable credit.
                           Rainier, Northwest, Seattle and Tacoma Youth, and other symphonies/
     Hybrid course.        orchestras and musical organizations approved by the music depart-                         3021 REG            MT        3:00P-11:00P            LAZARO F
                                                                                                                      Item #3021 meets 1/22, 1/23, 1/29, 1/30, 2/5 and 2/6
 Partially online; see     ment. Director must submit official Highline grade form before finals
                                                                                                                      3023 REG            MT        3:00P-11:00P            LAZARO F
 instructor or depart-     each quarter. Cont. enrollment.
                                                                                                                      Item #3023 meets 2/12, 2/13, 2/26, 2/27, 3/5 and 3/6
 ment coordinator for      MUSIC 281  MUSIC PERFORMANCE                                     1
                                                                                                                      3025 REG            MT        7:00A-3:00P                  STAFF
                                                                                                                      Item #3025 meets 1/22, 1/23, 1/29, 1/30, 2/5 and 2/6
 more information.               5205 5-109   ARR   ARR                                     STEGALL S
 Add’l $33 fee.                                                                                            NURS 212        NURSING PRACTICUM V                         5
                           MUSIC 282 MUSIC PERFORMANCE                                      2              Prereq: NURS 211. Clinical site placement determined by faculty.
                                 5207 5-109  ARR   ARR                                      STEGALL S               3029 HOS             MT       7:00A-3:00P        MUCHNICK S
     Online course.
                                                                                                                             HOS         MT       3:00P-11:00P           HANNA G
 Students may register     MUSIC 283 MUSIC PERFORMANCE                                      3                                HOS         MT       3:00P-11:00P ESCH-RADTKE
 through the Distance            5209 5-109  ARR   ARR                                      STEGALL S                        HOS         MT       3:00P-11:00P           HANNA G
 Learning Web page.        MUSIC 284         MUSIC PERFORMANCE                              4              NURS 213         NURSING PRACTICUM VI                       3
 Add’l $33 fee.                  5211        5-109   ARR   ARR                              STEGALL S      Prereq: NURS 115. Clinical site placement determined by faculty.
                                                                                                                    3031 REG             MT       3:00P-9:00P STACEY-ROBAR
                           MUSIC 285         MUSIC PERFORMANCE                              5
     Weekend Col-                5213        5-109   ARR   ARR                              STEGALL S
                                                                                                                             VET         MT       3:00P-9:00P         CARPENTER
 lege course. These
                                                                                                           NURS 220 ADV MED-SURG LPN-RN                                   5
 hybrid courses are                                                                                        Prereq: NURS 192. Add’l $13.95 fee.
 partially online; see    NURSING                                                                                   3033 23-307 Th             8:00A-10:30A                   TRILLO T
 see instructor or de-     Competitive admission; students must follow a step-by-step
                           process. For information, please call Admissions/Entry Ser-                     NURS 221        LPN-RN MATERN-CHILD NURS                       3
 partment coordinator                                                                                      Prereq: NURS 220.
                           vices at (206) 878-3710, ext. 3181.
 for more information.                                                                                              3035 26-214 F         11:00A-1:00P                ESCH-RADTKE
 Also see www.high-       Fac Adv Bldg 15: Barbara Smith (Coord), ext 3462; Maria Carpenter, ext                            26-214 F      11:00A-1:00P                 MUCHNICK S
 line.edu/weekend.        6025; Marie Esch-Radtke, ext 3852; Jin Do, ext 3691; Elise Muller-Lindgren,
                          ext 3647; Teri Trillo, ext 3646                                                  NURS 231        PSYCH-MENTAL HEALTH NURS                       6
 Add’l $33 fee.                                                                                            Prereq: NURS 241. Add’l $13.95 fee.
                           NURS 102 CORE CONCEPTS IN NURS II                            2                           3037 23-307 Th             1:30P-4:30P               CARPENTER
 Shaded areas indi-        Prereq: NURS 101. Faculty place students into one of two sections. Add’l                          23-307 F          1:00P-4:00P               CARPENTER
 cate Saturday and         $13.95 fee.
                                     3001 23-307 W               9:00A-11:00A                DO JIN        NURS 242 MATERNAL-CHILD NURSING                                5
 evening courses.                    3003 23-307 W               11:30A-1:30P                DO JIN        Prereq: NURS 241. Add’l $13.95 fee.
                                                                                                                    3039 26-214 Th             1:30P-4:30P              MUCHNICK S
                                                                                                                             26-214 F          1:30P-4:30P              MUCHNICK S
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§ NURS 251        COMMUNITY BASED NURSING                      1              LEGAL 119      CRIMINAL LAW & PROCEDURE                5
  Prereq: NURS 241. Faculty place students into one of two sections.          Prereq: Minimum ASSET writing 40 or COMPASS writing 65, and mini-
           3041 TBA            Th       11:30A-1:15P       MULLER-LIND        mum ASSET reading 45 or COMPASS reading 88.
          Item #3041 meets 1/4, 1/18, 2/1, 2/15, and 3/1                               2421 TBA         TTh       12:10P-2:20P      SMUCKER J
          3043     TBA        Th        11:30A-1:15P       MULLER-LIND
          Item #3043 meets 1/4, 1/11, 1/25, 2/8 and 2/22                      LEGAL 135       LAW OFFICE TECHNOLOGY                              5
                                                                              Prereq: BTECH 217. Add’l $33 fee.
 NURS 291         SPECIAL STUDIES                             1                         2423 30-201 MW          5:15P-7:25P                      SAWYER A
 Instructor permission.
           3045 ARR               ARR                      MULLER-LIND        LEGAL 139       PRE-COOP WRK EXP SEMINAR                           1
                                                                              Prereq: LEGAL 100. Meets 1/19.
 NURS 292 SPECIAL STUDIES                                     2                         2425 2-101       F   8:30A- 5:00P                    DAWSON C
 Instructor permission.
           3047 ARR       ARR                              MULLER-LIND        LEGAL 140 COOP WORK EXPERIENCE                        1-5
                                                                              Prereq: LEGAL 139 and concurrent enrollment in LEGAL 141. Variable
                                                                              credit; continuous enrollment.
NUTRITION                                                                               2427 18-204 ARR          ARR                 DAWSON C

Fac Adv, Bldg 15: Keith Paton (Coord) ext 3473; Tracy Brigham, ext            LEGAL 141       COOP WORK EXPERIENCE SEM                   1
3449                                                                          Prereq: LEGAL 139 and concurrent enrollment in LEGAL 140.
                                                                                        2429 23-108 T              6:00P-6:50P          DAWSON C
 NUTR     110  SCIENCE OF NUTRITION                           5
          3339 TBA      M-Th    11:00A-12:03P               MUEHLING V       § LEGAL 160 LEGAL ISSUES: D/G                                       5
          3341 TBA      M-Th    12:10P-1:13P                 BRIGHAM T         Topic: Immigration Law and the Rights of Noncitizens.
          3343 22-103 MW        7:35P-9:45P                 SHEPPARD J                  2431 TBA           M-Th      11:00A-12:03P           DAWSON C
          3344          ONLINE COURSE                        BRIGHAM T
                                                                              LEGAL 199 LEGAL RESEARCH/WRITING I                                 5
                                                                              Prereq: LEGAL 100. Add’l $41.35 fee.
OCEANOGRAPHY                                                                            2433 23-107 TTh            5:15P-7:25P                       STAFF   ❖ Coordinated
                                                                                                                                                             Studies course, com-
Fac Adv, Bldg 29; Gerry Barclay (Coord), ext 3522; Chris Gan, ext 3695;       LEGAL 200 LEGAL RESEARCH/WRIT II                                   5           bined with another
Woody Moses, ext 3649; Sam Shabb, ext 3452; Joy Strohmaeir, ext 6120          Prereq: LEGAL 199. Add’l $41.35 fee.
                                                                                        2435 17-107 TTh            5:15P-7:25P                  VAIL J       subject course for 10
 OCEAN 101      SURVEY OF OCEANOGRAPHY                       5                          2437               ONLINE COURSE                    WHEELER B        credits. See Coordi-
 Prereq: MATH 081 or higher, or min. ASSET numerical skills 44, or min.                                                                                      nated Studies section.
 COMPASS pre-algebra 60. Add’l $17.90 fee.                                    LEGAL 210 FAMILY LAW                                               4
          6069 12-103 T                10:00A- 12:30P         MOSES W         Prereq: LEGAL 100.
          Item #6069 requires two Saturday field trips which may include                 2439 TBA TTh                  5:15P-7:25P           WHEELER B            Hybrid course.
          negotiating uneven terrain. Additional $15 field trip fee.                                                                                          Partially online; see
          6071     19-101     M         4:00P-6:50P               HIGLEY R    LEGAL 240 COOP WORK EXPERIENCE II                     1-5                      instructor or depart-
                   12-103     W         4:00P-6:50P               HIGLEY R    Prereq: LEGAL 139 and concurrent enrollment in LEGAL 241. Variable
          Item #6071 requires two Saturday field trips which may include       credit; continuous enrollment.
                                                                                                                                                             ment coordinator for
          negotiating uneven terrain. Additional $15 field trip fee.                     2441 18-204 ARR          ARR                 DAWSON C                more information.
                                                                                                                                                             Add’l $33 fee.
                                                                              LEGAL 241       COOP WORK EXP SEMINAR                      1
OPTICIAN APPRENTICE                                                           Prereq: LEGAL 139 and concurrent enrollment in LEGAL 240.
                                                                                                                                                                 Online course.
                                                                                        2443 23-108 T              6:00P-6:50P          DAWSON C
Apprentice Training Coord, Bldg 9, ext 3131                                                                                                                  Students may register
                                                                              LEGAL     285 SPECIAL TOPICS IN LAW                                5           through the Distance
 OPTIC    102 OCULAR ANATOMY/PHYS/PHAR                        5                         2445 TBA     TTh     7:35P-9:45P                         NEILSON J
          3345 26-120 T     7:00P-9:30P                      DOHERTY C                  Item #2445 topic: Employment law.                                    Learning Web page.
                                                                                        2447     30-201     MW        2:30P-4:40P                NEILSON J   Add’l $33 fee.
                                                                                        Item #2447 topic: Principles of contract negotiations.
PARALEGAL                                                                                                                                                        Weekend Col-
                                                                              INDEPENDENT STUDIES: ARRANGE WITH INSTRUCTOR
Fac Adv, Bldg 29: Bobby Wheeler (Coord), ext 3910; Che Dawson, ext                                                                                           lege course. These
3087; Joy Smucker, ext 3856                                                                                                                                  hybrid courses are
 LEGAL 100 INTRO TO LEGAL SYSTEM                        5
                                                                             PARENT EDUCATION                                                                partially online; see
 Prereq: Minimum ASSET writing 40 or COMPASS writing 65, and mini-           Fac Adv, Bldg 29: Alicja Baker, ext 3789; Joan Graham (coord), ext 3499         see instructor or de-
 mum ASSET reading 45 or COMPASS reading 88.                                                                                                                 partment coordinator
          2411   10-206 TTh          7:35P-9:45P             STAFF                           COOPERATIVE PRESCHOOL                                           for more information.
                                                                              Children typically attend a preschool several days a week for a few hours.     Also see www.high-
 LEGAL 101       INTRO TO ETHICS                              3
                                                                              Indiv. preschools determine tuition for teacher and supplies. Parents
 Prereq: LEGAL 100.
                                                                              attend monthly parent ed. class and participate in children’s classroom.       line.edu/weekend.
           2413 23-108 MW        5:15P-6:25P                        STAFF
                                                                              Activities include language dev., creative play, art and music, readiness      Add’l $33 fee.
                                                                              skill building, and physical coordination while fostering social and emo-
 LEGAL 102 CIVIL PROCEDURES I                                 5               tional growth in a supervised environment. Sections reflect age of the
 Prereq: LEGAL 100.                                                           child as of Aug. 31. Add’l information available from the instructor at        Shaded areas indi-
           2415 29-106 TTh 2:30P-4:40P                            ALLEN M     (206) 878-3710, ext 3789.                                                      cate Saturday and
 LEGAL 103       CIVIL PROCEDURES II                          5               PARNT 027 PRESCH PARNT ED II (3-4)                         1-3                 evening courses.
 Prereq: LEGAL 102.                                                           Instructor permission. Variable credit; continuous enrollment.
           2417   29-112 TTh     2:30P-4:40P                   NEILSON J                3336 TUK           TTh         9:30A- 11:30A         BAKER A
           2419 29-216 MW        7:35P-9:45P               NIEHAUS-RIVE
                                                                                                                                                             § Meets Globalism
                                                                              PARNT 030 PRESCH PARNT ED II (4-5)                         1-3                 and Diversity
                                                                              Instructor permission. Variable credit; continuous enrollment.                 requirement.
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                           PARNT 120 BASIC PARENTING ABC’S I                           2              PE       123     WEIGHT TRAINING                             1
                                 3338 ONLINE COURSE                                        BAKER A             3139    21-103 TTh      8:00A- 8:50A                    PATON K
                                                                                                               3145    21-103 TTh      9:00A- 9:50A                    PATON K
                                                                                                               3143    21-103 TTh      10:00A-10:50A                     STAFF
                                                                                                               3141    21-103 TTh      11:00A-11:50A                   BAKER J
                                                                                                               3147    21-103 TTh      12:00P-12:50P                   BAKER J
                          PHILOSOPHY                                                                           3149    21-103 TTh      5:00P-5:50P                       STAFF
                          Fac Adv, Bldg 5: Glen Avantaggio (Coord), ext 3425; Cheedy Jaja, ext                 3151    21-103 TTh      6:00P-6:50P                       STAFF
                          3415
                                                                                                      PE       186     TOTAL FITNESS                              2
                           PHIL      100 INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY              5                                    3183     21-103 MWF          8:00A- 8:50A               PATON K
                                     4263 10-104 M-F     10:00A-10:50A AVANTAGGIO G                            3185     21-103 MWF          9:00A- 9:50A               PATON K
                                     4265 TBA     M-Th   12:10P-1:13P  AVANTAGGIO G                            3187     21-103 MWF          10:00A-10:50A                STAFF
                                     4267 10-201 TTh     5:15P-7:25P      HOELLER K                            3189     21-103 MWF          11:00A-11:50A              BAKER J
                                                                                                               3191     21-103 MWF          12:10P-1:00P               BAKER J
                           PHIL      110  INTRODUCTION TO ETHICS                       5                       3193     21-103 MWF          5:00P-5:50P                  STAFF
                                     4269 22-203 M-F     8:00A- 8:50A                        FOX J             3195     21-103 MWF          6:00P-6:50P                  STAFF

                           PHIL      115    CRITICAL THINKING                          5              PE        223 WEIGHT TRAINING                                1
                                     4271    TBA     M-Th    12:10P-1:13P               NORRIS C      Prereq: P E 186.
                                                                                                                3247 21-103 TTh     8:00A- 8:50A                       PATON K
                           PHIL     120 ELEM SYMBOLIC LOGIC                            5                        3245 21-103 TTh     9:00A- 9:50A                       PATON K
                           Prereq: MATH 095 or 097 or permission                                                3243 21-103 TTh     10:00A-10:50A                        STAFF
                                    4273 22-203 M-F            9:00A- 9:50A                  FOX J              3241 21-103 TTh     11:00A-11:50A                      BAKER J
                                                                                                                3249 21-103 TTh     12:00P-12:50P                      BAKER J
                           PHIL      150 MODERN POLITICAL PHIL           5                                      3251 21-103 TTh     5:00P-5:50P                          STAFF
                                     4275 10-104 M-Th   11:00A-12:03P AVANTAGGIO G                              3253 21-103 TTh     6:00P-6:50P                          STAFF
 ❖   Coordinated           INDEPENDENT STUDIES: ARRANGE WITH INSTRUCTOR                               PE        286 TOTAL FITNESS                                 2
 Studies course, com-                                                                                 Prereq: P E 186.
 bined with another                                                                                             3267 21-103 MWF             8:00A- 8:50A               PATON K
 subject course for 10    PHYSICAL EDUCATION                                                                    3269 21-103 MWF
                                                                                                                3271   21-103 MWF
                                                                                                                                            9:00A- 9:50A
                                                                                                                                            10:00A-10:50A
                                                                                                                                                                       PATON K
                                                                                                                                                                         STAFF
 credits. See Coordi-     Fac Adv, Bldg 15: Keith Paton (Coord), ext 3473; Tracy Brigham, ext 3449;             3273 21-103 MWF             11:00A-11:50A              BAKER J
 nated Studies section.   John Dunn, ext 3455                                                                   3275 21-103 MWF             12:00P-12:50P              BAKER J
                                                                                                                3277 21-103 MWF             5:00P-5:50P                  STAFF
                           Unless otherwise noted, all P E classes count toward the three credit
                                                                                                                3279 21-103 MWF             6:00P-6:50P                  STAFF
     Hybrid course.        P E requirement.
 Partially online; see
                                                        THEORY                                                                    ACTIVITY
 instructor or depart-
 ment coordinator for                                                                                 All activity PE classes have a $5.70 activity fee.
 more information.
                          PHYSICAL EDUCATION                                                          Students requiring special accommodations due to a disability must pro-
                                                                                                      vide a “Letter of Accommodation”from Access Services and a written
 Add’l $33 fee.            PE        100 PERSONAL HEALTH SCIENCE                       3              statement from a licensed physician or therapist indicating any limita-
                                     3083 22-201 MWF    9:00A- 9:50A                       BAKER J    tions or restrictions that are necessary. Instructor must receive both
                                     3085 22-201 MWF    10:00A-10:50A                      BAKER J
     Online course.                                                                                   documents prior to any active participation. Access Services is locat-
                                     3087 TBA    MWF    11:00A-11:50A                      PATON K    ed in Bldg 99.
 Students may register               3089 TBA    MWF    12:10P-1:00P                       PATON K
 through the Distance                3091 22-201 W      5:15P-8:05P                          STAFF    PE       103  BASKETBALL                                     1
                                                                                                               3095 28-101 TTh              9:00A- 9:50A                 STAFF
 Learning Web page.
                          §P E       101  GLOBAL HEALTH ISSUES                         5                       3097 28-101 TTh              10:00A-10:50A                STAFF
 Add’l $33 fee.                      3093 TBA     M-Th    11:00A-12:03P               BRIGHAM T
                                                                                                      PE       104 CIRCUIT AEROBICS                                1
     Weekend Col-          PE        160 STANDARD FIRST AID/CPR                        3                       3099 28-101 MW       10:00A-10:50A                   TINNEY A
                           Add’l $5.85 fee.
 lege course. These                                                                                   PE       105     CARDIO KICK-BOXING                          1
                                     3169 22-205 MWF     8:00A- 8:50A                     DUNN J
 hybrid courses are                  3171   22-205 MWF   9:00A- 9:50A                    ROWE A                3101     28-101 TTh     10:00A-10:50A                 DAVIS C
 partially online; see               3173   22-205 MWF   10:00A-10:50A                   ROWE A                3103     28-101 MW      11:00A-11:50A                TINNEY A
 see instructor or de-               3175   22-205 MWF   11:00A-11:50A                SCHMIDT A
                                     3177   22-205 MWF   12:10P-1:00P                 SCHMIDT A       PE       107  STEP AEROBICS                                  1
 partment coordinator                3179 22-205 W       5:15P-8:05P                  BRIGHAM T                3105 28-101 MW               9:00A- 9:50A            TINNEY A
 for more information.                                                                                         3107 28-101 TTh              11:00A-11:50A            DAVIS C
 Also see www.high-        PE        171    FITNESS & NUTR. CONCEPTS                   2
                                     3181    TBA     TTh     11:00A-11:50A                 PATON K    PE       111  HIP HOP AEROBICS                               1
 line.edu/weekend.                                                                                             3109 28-101 MW        12:10P-1:00P                        STAFF
 Add’l $33 fee.
                                                  FITNESS CENTER                                      PE       114     BADMINTON/PICKLEBALL                        1
                           Students may enroll in only one Fitness Center class per quarter.                   3111     28-101 MW     9:00A- 9:50A                       STAFF
 Shaded areas indi-
                           All Fitness Center classes have a $7.50 fee per credit.                             3113     28-101 MW     10:00A-10:50A                      STAFF
 cate Saturday and
 evening courses.          PE 123/223 and PE 186/286 meet in the fitness center located in 21-103.     PE       115     JOGGING                                     1
                           Students must attend at the hour they are registered for the first week              3115     28-101 TTh          10:00A-10:50A                STAFF
                           of the quarter. After the first week, students may complete their work-              3117     28-101 TTh          11:00A-11:50A                STAFF
 § Meets Globalism         outs during any of the scheduled class hours or open hours. For further
                           info, go to flightline.highline.edu/pe/fitnesscenter.htm.
 and Diversity                                                                                        PE       116     KARATE                                      1
                                                                                                               3119     28-101    MW        6:30P-7:20P            KENAGA D
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PE        117      INTRODUCTION TO TAI CHI               1              PE        218    YOGA                                     1
          3123      28-101 MW     8:00A- 8:50A        JORGENSEN R       Prereq: P E 118.
                                                                                  3227 28-101       TTh      7:00A- 7:50A              EDEN S
PE        118      YOGA                                 1                         3229 28-101       TTh      8:00A- 8:50A              EDEN S
          3125      28-101   TTh      7:00A- 7:50A           EDEN S               3231    28-101    TTh      9:00A- 9:50A             DAVIS C
          3127      28-101   TTh      8:00A- 8:50A           EDEN S               3233 28-101       TTh      12:10P-1:00P             DAVIS C
          3129      28-101   TTh      9:00A- 9:50A          DAVIS C               3235 28-101       Th       6:00P-7:40P                FISH J
          3131      28-101   TTh      12:10P-1:00P          DAVIS C
          3133      28-101   Th       6:00P-7:40P             FISH J    PE        219    SOFTBALL                                 1
                                                                        Prereq: P E 119.
PE        119      SOFTBALL                             1                         3237 28-101 MWF            6:00P-6:50P         SCHMIDT A
          3135      28-101 MWF        6:00P-6:50P      SCHMIDT A
                                                                        PE        220 SOCCER                                      1
PE        120      SOCCER                               1               Prereq: P E 120.
          3137      28-101 MW         11:00A-11:50A     MOORE T F                 3239 28-101 MW             11:00A-11:50A       MOORE T F

PE        128      TRACK:RUNNING EVENTS                 1               PE        228 TRACK:RUNNING EVENTS                        1
          3153      28-101 MW     2:10P-3:00P                STAFF      Prereq: P E 128.
                                                                                  3255 28-101 MW     2:10P-3:00P                       STAFF
PE        130      AEROBIC WALKING                      1
          3155      28-101 TTh     10:00A-10:50A             STAFF      PE        238 VOLLEYBALL                                  1
          3157      28-101 TTh     11:00A-11:50A             STAFF      Prereq: P E 138.
                                                                                  3259 28-101 TTh            11:00A-11:50A         TINNEY A
PE        138      VOLLEYBALL                           1
          3159      28-101 TTh        11:00A-11:50A      TINNEY A       PE        243 ADVANCED BASKETBALL                         2
                                                                        Prereq: P E 143.
PE        143    ADVANCED BASKETBALL                    2               Instructor permission.
                                                                                  3261 28-101 MW     2:00P-4:00P                       STAFF
Instructor permission.
          3161    28-101 MW     2:00P-4:00P                  STAFF                3263 28-101 MW     4:00P-6:00P                       STAFF     ❖ Coordinated
          3163 28-101 MW        4:00P-6:00P                  STAFF                                                                               Studies course, com-
                                                                        PE        245 ADVANCED WRESTLING                          2              bined with another
PE        145    ADVANCED WRESTLING                     2               Prereq: P E 145. Instructor permission.
                                                                                  3265 28-101 M-Th              4:30P-5:20P       NORTON S
                                                                                                                                                 subject course for 10
Instructor permission.
          3165 28-101 M-Th     4:30P-5:20P              NORTON S                                                                                 credits. See Coordi-
                                                                                                                                                 nated Studies section.
PE        203 BASKETBALL                                1              PHYSICAL SCIENCE
Prereq: P E 103.
          3197   28-101 TTh           9:00A- 9:50A           STAFF     Fac Adv: Igor Glozman, Bldg 29, ext 3510                                      Hybrid course.
          3199 28-101 TTh             10:00A-10:50A          STAFF                                                                               Partially online; see
                                                                        P SCI    120 ASTRONOMY                                    5
                                                                                                                                                 instructor or depart-
PE        204 CIRCUIT AEROBICS                          1               Prereq: MATH 081 or higher.
                                                                                 6173   29-105 M-F           10:00A-10:50A       GLOZMAN I       ment coordinator for
Prereq: P E 104.
          3201 28-101 MW       10:00A-10:50A             TINNEY A                6175 TBA           Sa       9:00A- 1:00P        GLOZMAN I       more information.
                                                                                                                                                 Add’l $33 fee.
PE        205 CARDIO KICK-BOXING                        1               INDEPENDENT STUDIES: ARRANGE WITH INSTRUCTOR
Prereq: P E 105.
          3203 28-101 TTh     10:00A-10:50A               DAVIS C                                                                                    Online course.
          3205 28-101 MW      11:00A-11:50A              TINNEY A      PHYSICS                                                                   Students may register
                                                                       Fac Adv: Igor Glozman, Bldg 29, ext 3510                                  through the Distance
PE        207 STEP AEROBICS                             1
Prereq: P E 107.
                                                                                                                                                 Learning Web page.
                                                                        PHYS      100 SURVEY OF PHYSICS                        5
          3207 28-101 MW              9:00A- 9:50A       TINNEY A       Prereq: MATH 097 or equivalent or permission of instructor.    Add’l     Add’l $33 fee.
          3209 28-101 TTh             11:00A-11:50A       DAVIS C       $12.55 fee.
                                                                                  6179 29-306 MWThF 8:00A- 8:50A                       STAFF         Weekend Col-
PE        211      HIP HOP AEROBICS                     1                              29-306 T           7:00A- 8:50A                 STAFF
Prereq: P E 111.                                                                  6177 29-306 MWThF 9:00A- 9:50A                       STAFF
                                                                                                                                                 lege course. These
          3211     28-101    MW       12:10P-1:00P           STAFF                     29-306 T           9:00A-10:50A                 STAFF     hybrid courses are
                                                                                                                                                 partially online; see
PE        214 BADMINTON/PICKLEBALL                      1               PHYS      201 MECHANICS                                    5
Prereq: P E 114.
                                                                                                                                                 see instructor or de-
                                                                        Prereq: MATH 124 and either PHYS 100 or one year of high school phys-
          3213 28-101 MW     9:00A- 9:50A                    STAFF      ics or equivalent. Add’l $12.55 fee.                                     partment coordinator
          3215 28-101 MW     10:00A-10:50A                   STAFF                6181      29-306 MTF       11:00A-12:03P        GLOZMAN I      for more information.
                                                                                            29-306 Th        11:00A-12:50P        GLOZMAN I      Also see www.high-
PE        215      JOGGING                              1                         6183 29-306 MTF            11:00A-12:03P        GLOZMAN I
Prereq: P E 115.                                                                            29-306 Th        1:00P-2:50P          GLOZMAN I
                                                                                                                                                 line.edu/weekend.
          3217     28-101    TTh      10:00A-10:50A          STAFF                                                                               Add’l $33 fee.
          3219     28-101    TTh      11:00A-11:50A          STAFF      PHYS     202 ELECTRICITY/MAGNETISM                         5
                                                                        Prereq: MATH 125 and PHYS 201 or equivalent. Add’l $12.55 fee.
PE        216    KARATE                                 1                                                                                        Shaded areas indi-
                                                                                 6185 29-306 MTThF 12:10P-1:00P                 REINEMER G
Prereq: P E 116.                                                                         29-306 W           12:10P-2:00P        REINEMER G       cate Saturday and
          3221 28-101        MW       6:30P-7:20P       KENAGA D                 6187 29-306 MTThF 12:10P-1:00P                 REINEMER G       evening courses.
                                                                                         29-306 W           2:00P-3:50P         REINEMER G
PE        217    INTRODUCTION TO TAI CHI                1
Prereq: P E 117.                                                                                                                                 § Meets Globalism
          3225 28-101 MW        8:00A- 8:50A          JORGENSEN R                                                                                and Diversity
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                                                                                                      PRINT     255 ADV. PRESS/PREPRESS CONC                     12
                          POLITICAL SCIENCE                                                                     5347 16-130 M-Th    8:00A-12:00P                      COX B
                          Fac Adv, Bldg 11: Phil Droke (Coord), ext 3957; Davidson Dodd, ext 3418                    16-130 M-Th    8:00A-12:00P                  SITTNER T
                                                                                                                     16-130 M-Th    8:00A-12:00P                   WEBER D
                           POL S     120    AMERICAN GOVERNMENT                      5
                                     1165    10-103 M-F     10:00A-10:50A              DODD D
                                     1167    23-306 M-Th    11:00A-12:03P             CHIABI E       PSYCHOLOGY
                                     1169           ONLINE COURSE                   BOYAJIAN A
                                                                                                     Fac Adv, Bldg 11:; Ruth Frickle (Coord), ext 3111; Bob Baugher, ext 3414;
                          § POL S    130    COMPARATIVE GOVERNMENT                   5               Maggie Brown, ext 3419; Sue Frantz, ext 3404; Rod Fowers, ext 3401,
                                     1171    TBA   M-Th    11:00A-12:03P                  DODD D     Michele Manber, ext 3407

                           POL S     150    STATE & LOCAL GOVERNMENT                 5                PSYCH 100 INTRO TO PSYCHOLOGY                             5
                                                                                                      Prereq: min. reading ASSET 40 or COMPASS 80 or READ 091 or higher
                                     1173            ONLINE COURSE                          SELL T    w/2.0. Students with a COMPASS score of 71-79 may enroll if also en-
                                                                                                      rolled in READ 101, Study Skills for Psychology.
                          § POL S    180    CRIT ISSUE/WORLD POLITIC                 5                           1099 21-206 M-F               8:00A- 8:50A     BROWN M
                                     1175    26-121 M-F     9:00A- 9:50A             GLENNON J                   1101    21-206 M-F            9:00A- 9:50A     BROWN M
                                                                                                                 1103    21-206 M-F            10:00A-10:50A    MANBER M
                           INDEPENDENT STUDIES: ARRANGE WITH INSTRUCTOR
                                                                                                                 1105    21-206 M-F            11:00A-11:50A    MANBER M
                                                                                                                 1107    21-206 M-Th           12:10P-1:13P      FRANTZ S
                                                                                                                 1109    21-206 M-Th           1:20P-2:23P       FRANTZ S
                          POLYSOMNOGRAPHY TECHNOLOGY                                                             1111    21-206 MW             5:15P-7:25P           STAFF
                           Admission to program required. Please contact Admissions/                             1113    21-206 MW             7:35P-9:45P           STAFF
                           Entry Services at (206) 878-3710, ext 3181.                                           1115               ONLINE COURSE            LAGERQUIST B
                          Fac Adv, Bldg 26: Nicki Bly(Program Manager), ext 3677
                                                                                                      PSYCH 120        PSYCH OF HUMAN RELATIONS                   5
 ❖   Coordinated           PSG       204 CLINICAL SLEEP DISORDERS                    4
                                                                                                            1117
                                                                                                            1119
                                                                                                                        21-205 M-F
                                                                                                                        21-205 M-F
                                                                                                                                      9:00A- 9:50A
                                                                                                                                      10:00A-10:50A
                                                                                                                                                                  FRICKLE R
                                                                                                                                                                  FRICKLE R
 Studies course, com-                3055         ONLINE COURSE                             BLY N           1121        21-205 M-Th   12:10P-1:13P               BAUGHER R
 bined with another                                                                                         1123        21-205 TTh    5:15P-7:25P                BAUGHER R
                           PSG       205 ADVANCED POLYSOMNOGRAPHY                    5
 subject course for 10
                                     3057       ONLINE COURSE                       LUMPKIN D         PSYCH 130        DEATH AND LIFE                             3
 credits. See Coordi-                                                                                       1125        21-205 MWF          11:00A-11:50A        BAUGHER R
 nated Studies section.    PSG       206 SCORING AND ANALYSIS            5
                                     3059        ONLINE COURSE LUMPK/BLY/MCCORMI                      PSYCH 152        UNDERSTANDING AIDS                         2
                                                                                                            1127        21-205 TTh    11:00A-11:50A              BAUGHER R
     Hybrid course.
 Partially online; see
 instructor or depart-
                          PRINTING                                                                    PSYCH 205 PERSONALITY
                                                                                                      Prereq: PSYCH 100.
                                                                                                                                                                  5

 ment coordinator for     Fac Adv: Bill Cox (Coord), Bldg 16, ext 3229                                          1129   21-202 M-Th          11:00A-12:03P         FRICKLE R

 more information.         PRINT 140 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                         1-12               PSYCH 215       DEVELOP PSYCH:LIFE SPAN                     5
 Add’l $33 fee.            Variable credit; continuous enrollment.                                    Prereq: PSYCH 100
                                     5331     16-130 ARR           ARR                    WEBER D               1131   3-102  M-Th    11:00A-12:03P               BROWN M
                                                                                                                1133   21-206 TTh     5:15P-7:25P                    STAFF
     Online course.        PRINT     148 DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY                         3
 Students may register               5333 16-130 MW      3:00P-4:30P                 MORRIS B         INDEPENDENT STUDIES: ARRANGE WITH INSTRUCTOR
 through the Distance
                           PRINT     151  INTRO TO PRE-PRESS                        12
 Learning Web page.
                                     5335 16-130 M-Th     8:00A-12:00P                   COX B
 Add’l $33 fee.                            16-130 M-Th    8:00A-12:00P               SITTNER T       READING
                                           16-130 M-Th    8:00A-12:00P                WEBER D        Fac Adv, Bldg 11: Eena Hibbs (Coord), ext 3948; Pat Phillips, ext 3944
     Weekend Col-
                           PRINT 152        INTRO TO PRESS/BINDERY                  12                REWRI 030 ESL READING/WRITING LINK                  10
 lege course. These        . Continuous enrollment.                                                   Prereq: COMPASS ESL 150-209. For non-native speakers of English.
 hybrid courses are                  5337 16-130 M-Th       8:00A-12:00P                 COX B        Add’l $33 fee.
 partially online; see                       16-130 M-Th    8:00A-12:00P             SITTNER T                  1587 16-105 M-F        10:00A-10:50A         PHILLIPS
                                             16-130 M-Th    8:00A-12:00P              WEBER D                        TBA      M-Th     11:00A-12:03P           TANG T
 see instructor or de-
 partment coordinator      PRINT 153        INTERMED PRESS/PRE-PRESS                12                REWRI 060 ESL READING/WRITING LINK                      10
 for more information.     . Continuous enrollment.                                                   Prereq: COMPASS ESL 210-259 or WRIT 030 and READ 030 with min.
 Also see www.high-                  5339 16-130 M-Th      8:00A-12:00P                  COX B        2.0. For non-native speakers of English. Add’l $33 fee.
                                             16-130 M-Th   8:00A-12:00P               WEBER D                   1589 16-105 M-F               9:00A-9:50A      PHILLIPS P
 line.edu/weekend.                           16-130 M-Th   8:00A-12:00P              SITTNER T                           TBA       M-F        10:00A-10:50A    RENIKER S
 Add’l $33 fee.                                                                                                 1591     TBA       M-F        10:00A-10:50P       JACK P
                           PRINT 240 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                         1-5                                   16-105 M-Th          11:00A- 12:03P   PHILLIPS P
                           Variable credit; continuous enrollment.
 Shaded areas indi-                  5343 16-130 ARR               ARR                    WEBER D     READ 030 COLLEGE PREP WRITING I                         5
 cate Saturday and                                                                                    Prereq: COMPASS reading 44-60, COMPASS ESL 150-209 or 2.0 or better
 evening courses.          PRINT     254 PRESS/PRE-PRESS CONCEN.                    12                in ESL 029. Add’l $33 fee.
                                     5345 16-130 M-Th    8:00A-12:00P                    COX B                  1273     19-101  MW      5:15P-7:25P                STAFF
                                          16-130 M-Th    8:00A-12:00P                 WEBER D
 § Meets Globalism                        16-130 M-Th    8:00A-12:00P                SITTNER T
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 READ 030L COLLEGE PREP READ LAB I                       5                  RC        140 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                      1-5
 Prereq: COMPASS reading 44-60, COMPASS ESL 150-209 or 2.0 or better        Instructor permission. Requires work experience to be coordinated w/
 in ESL 029. Add’l $23.55 fee.                                              the instructor. Variable credit; continuous enrollment.
           1275     26-319d M-F     9:00A-10:50A            HIBBS E                   3067 ARR                       ARR               BONNER R
           1277     26-319d M-Th    11:00A- 1:13P              STAFF
                                                                            RC        202 PATHOPHYSIOLOGY II                         3
                                                                            Prereq: R C 201. Add’l $13.95 fee.
 READ 057 READING LABORATORY                                 1-5
 Prereq: Min. COMPASS reading 44 or COMPASS ESL 140. Add’l $23.55                     3069 26-215 Th           7:45A-10:30A                BLY N
 fee. Variable credit; continuous enrollment. Add’l $23.55 fee.
                                                                            RC        212    GRAND ROUNDS                            1
           1279 26-319d M-F              9:00A-10:50A            HIBBS E
                                                                            Prereq: R C 211.
           1281      26-319d M-Th        11:00A- 1:13P            STAFF               3071 26-215 Th              10:45A-11:45A          JAHNS J

 READ 060 COLLEGE PREP READING II                        5                  RC        224 ADULT CRITICAL CARE                        3
 Prereq: COMPASS reading 61-70 or COMPASS ESL 210-259 or READ 030           Prereq: R C 105 or advanced standing.
 with min. 2.0. Add’l $33 fee.                                                        3073 26-215 F               7:45A-10:30A           JAHNS J
           1285 19-109 M-Th          11:00A-12:03P          SHEN L
           1289 19-101         MW    5:15P-7:25P             STAFF          RC        232 PRACTICUM VI                               6
                                                                            Prereq: R C 232.
 READ 060L COLLEGE PREP READ LAB II                      5                            3075 26-215 MW              9:00A-12:00P           STAFF
 Prereq: COMPASS reading 44-60, COMPASS ESL 150-209 or 2.0 or better                         26-215 ARR           9:00A-12:00P           BLY N
 In ESL 029. Add’l $23.55 fee.                                                               26-215 ARR           9:00A-12:00P     JOHNSTON L
           1293 26-319d M-F         9:00A-10:50A            HIBBS E                          26-215 ARR           9:00A-12:00P         KORN A
           1291     26-319d M-Th    11:00A- 1:13P              STAFF                         26-215 ARR           9:00A-12:00P       ARNOLD D
                                                                                             26-215 ARR           9:00A-12:00P         ELLER C
 REWRI 091 READING/WRITING LINK                          10
 Prereq: COMPASS ESL 260 or COMPASS writing 40 or WRIT 060 w/2.0
 and COMPASS read 71-79 or READ 060 w/min. 2.0. For non-native speak-      SOCIOLOGY                                                               ❖ Coordinated
 ers of English. Add’l $33 fee.
           1593 TBA             M-F   10:00A-10:50A ROBINSON D             Fac Adv, Bldg 11: Tim McMannon (Coord), ext 3329; Hui Ming Huo,         Studies course, com-
                    TBA         M-Th 11:00A-12:03P MAHMOUD A               ext 3961                                                                bined with another
                                                                            SOC       110    INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY                      5             subject course for 10
 READ 091 COLLEGE PREP READING III                         5
 Prereq: COMPASS reading 71-79 or 2.0 in READ 060. Add’l $33 fee.                     1247    26-315 M-F     8:00A- 8:50A                HUO HUI   credits. See Coordi-
          1295 21-104 M-F             9:00A- 9:50A       ROBINSON D                   1249    26-315 M-F     9:00A- 9:50A                BRICE D   nated Studies section.
                                                                                      1251    26-315 M-F     10:00A-10:50A               BRICE D
          1299 17-201 MW              5:15P-7:25P               STAFF
                                                                                      1253    26-315 M-F     11:00A-11:50A               HUO HUI
                                                                                      1255    26-315 MW      5:15P-7:25P                 HUO HUI       Hybrid course.
 READ 091L COLLEGE PREP READ LABIII                      5
 Prereq: COMPASS reading 61-70 or COMPASS ESL 210-259 or READ 030                                                                                  Partially online; see
                                                                            SOC       115    CRIME AND SOCIETY                       5             instructor or depart-
 with min. 2.0. Add’l $23.55 fee.
                                                                                      1257    26-315 M-Th    12:10P-1:13P                BRICE D
           1301    26-319d M-F       9:00A-10:50A          HIBBS E                                                                                 ment coordinator for
           1303 26-319d M-Th         11:00A- 1:13P           STAFF          SOC       120    SOCIAL PROBLEMS                         5             more information.
                                                                                                                                                   Add’l $33 fee.
 READ 100 READING & STUDY SKILLS                             5                        1259    TBA       M-F       9:00A- 9:50A           HUO HUI
 Prereq: COMPASS reading 80-100 or compl. of READ 091. Add’l $33 fee.
           1305 TBA         M-F       10:00A-10:50A       WHITSON A        § SOC      130    AMERICAN DIVERSITY                      5                 Online course.
                                                                                      1261    26-214 Su     2:00P-6:30P                    STAFF   Students may register
 READ 101         STUDY SKILLS (BIOL 151)                   2
 Ends 2/1.                                                                                                                                         through the Distance
                                                                            INDEPENDENT STUDIES: ARRANGE WITH INSTRUCTOR
           1307    TBA       M-F       10:00A-10:50A              STAFF                                                                            Learning Web page.
                                                                                                                                                   Add’l $33 fee.
 READ 101       STUDY SKILLS (PSYCH 100)                    2
 Ends 2/1.                                                                 SPANISH                                                                     Weekend Col-
           1309 TBA     M-Th     11:00A-12:03P              WHITSON A
                                                                            All foreign language classes are offered in sequence, starting         lege course. These
                                                                            with 101.                                                              hybrid courses are
RESPIRATORY CARE
 Admission to program required. Please contact Admissions/                 Fac Adv: Arline Garcia (Coord), Bldg 15, ext 3520                       partially online; see
 Entry Services at (206) 878-3710, ext 3181.                                                                                                       see instructor or de-
                                                                            SPAN     101  ELEMENTARY SPANISH                    5
Fac Adv: Bob Bonner (Coord), Bldg 15, ext 3469                              Prereq: COMPASS writing 65 or above and COMPASS reading 80 or          partment coordinator
                                                                            above.                                                                 for more information.
 RC        102 THERAPEUTIC MODALITIES                       5                        5273 17-204 M-Th         1:20P-2:23P           STAFF          Also see www.high-
 Prereq: RC 101 Add’l $13.95 fee.
           3061 26-213 M-Th       7:45A-8:50A                BONNER R       SPAN      102 ELEMENTARY SPANISH                      5                line.edu/weekend.
                                                                            Prereq: SPAN 101 with minimum of 1.5 or permission.                    Add’l $33 fee.
 RC       112  PRACTICUM II                                 5                         5277 17-204 M-F            8:00A- 8:50A   GARTMAN M
          3063 26-215 T                ARR                  BONNER R                  5279 17-204 M-F            9:00A- 9:50A   GARTMAN M
                                                                                      5281 17-204 M-F            10:00A-10:50A GARTMAN M
                                                                                                                                                   Shaded areas indi-
                26-213 T               ARR                      BLY N
                26-215 T               ARR                    ELLER C                 5283 17-205 M-Th           12:10P-1:13P      GARCIA A        cate Saturday and
                                                                                      5285 17-205 M-Th           1:20P-2:23P       GARCIA A        evening courses.
 RC       130 AIDS EDUC/PRACTITIONER                         1                        5287 17-204 MW             5:15P-7:25P BOHNENKAMP Z
 Prereq: Matriculated status in Respiratory Care Program.
          3065 ARR                      ARR                      JAHNS J    SPAN      202 INTERMEDIATE SPANISH                       5             § Meets Globalism
                                                                            Prereq: SPAN 201 with minimum of 1.5 or permission.                    and Diversity
                                                                                      5289 17-206 M-Th           11:00A-12:03P        GARCIA A
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                          SPEECH                                                                      TELEVISION
                          Fac Adv, Bldg 18: Barbara Clinton (Coord), ext 3151; Ellen Bremen, ext      Fac Adv: Susan Landgraf (Coord), Bldg 5, ext 3427; Kevin Strehle, Bldg
                          3698; Rolita Ezeonu, ext 6089; Laura Manning, ext 6037; Shannon Proctor,    26, ext 6431
                          ext 3198; Vickie Ropp, ext 3434

                           SPCH      080 IMPROVING SPEECH SKILLS                          5            TV        101     VIDEO PROD I                            3
                                     5003 19-109 M-Th   12:10P-1:13P                      EZEONU R     Add’l $29.35 fee.
                                                                                                                 4193 25-622 Th             4:30P-7:30P          STREHLE K
                           SPCH 100 BASIC ORAL COMMUNICATION                       5
                           Prereq: Min. reading COMPASS 71 or ASSET 38 or COMPASS ESL 260 or           TV        102 VIDEO PROD II                               3
                           either READ 060 or SPCH 080 with min. 2.0.                                  Prereq: T V 101. Add’l $29.35 fee.
                                    5005 17-105 M-F             7:00A- 7:50A        GIBSON T                     4195 25-622 Th             4:30P-7:30P          STREHLE K
                                    5007 17-105 M-F             8:00A- 8:50A        GIBSON T
                                    5009 10-204 M-Th            8:00A- 8:50A           ROPP V          TV        103     VIDEO PROD III                          3
                                    5011      17-106 M-F        8:00A- 8:50A         PITZER D          Prereq: T V 102. Add’l $29.35 fee.
                                    5013 17-106 M-F             9:00A- 9:50A         PITZER D                    4197 25-622 Th             4:30P-7:30P          STREHLE K
                                    5015 17-105 M-F             9:00A- 9:50A   NEFFENGER C
                                    5019 10-207 M-F             9:00A- 9:50A            STAFF
                                    5017 17-105 M-Th            10:00A-10:50A          ROPP V         TRAVEL AND TRANSPORTATION
                                    5021 17-106 M-F             10:00A-10:50A NEFFENGER C
                                    5023 TBA          M-F       10:00A-10:50A           STAFF         Fac Adv: John Lindsay (Coord), Bldg 18, ext 3498
                                    5025 17-106 M-Th            11:00A-12:03P      EZEONU R
                                    5027 17-105 M-Th            11:00A-12:03P           STAFF          TRANS 100 INTRO TO HOSP & TOURISM                         5
                                    5029 17-105 M-Th            12:10P-1:13P     MANNING L             Prereq: Minimum COMPASS reading 80.
                                    5031 21-201 M-Th            12:10P-1:13P            STAFF                   2337 TBA       TTh       9:00A-11:30A         BRANDMEIR C
                                    5033 17-105 MW              1:20P-3:40P      MANNING L                      2339           ONLINE COURSE                  BRANDMEIR C
 ❖   Coordinated                    5035 17-106 TTh
                                    5039 17-106 MW
                                                                1:20P-3:40P
                                                                5:15P-7:25P
                                                                                        STAFF
                                                                                        STAFF          TRANS 105 TRAVEL COUNSELOR                                5
 Studies course, com-               5041 17-106 TTh             5:15P-7:25P      MATTSON R             Prereq: Minimum COMPASS reading 80.
 bined with another                 5043 17-106 MW              7:35P-9:45P             STAFF                   2341 29-214 MWF          10:00A-10:50A            LINDSAY J
 subject course for 10              5045 17-106 TTh             7:35P-9:45P      MATTSON R                             30-302 TTh        10:00A-10:50A            LINDSAY J
                                    5037 17-105 W               5:30P-9:30P        BREMEN E
 credits. See Coordi-                Item #5037 only meets 6 W: 1/10, 1/17, 1/31, 2/7, 2/14 & 3/14.    TRANS 140 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                          1-6
 nated Studies section.              5038                ONLINE COURSE                     BREMEN E    Permission and cumulative 3.0 GPA or higher. BUSN 139 or BTECH 139.
                                                                                                       Requires work experience to be coordinated w/ the instructor. Variable
                                                                                                       credit; continuous enrollment.
     Hybrid course.        SPCH 140 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                           1-5
                           Instructor permission. Requires work experience to be coordinated w/                  2343 ARR                   ARR                    LINDSAY J
 Partially online; see     the instructor. Variable credit; continuous enrollment.
 instructor or depart-               5047 ARR                       ARR               CLINTON B        TRANS 155         TRAVEL DESTINATIONS                     5
                                                                                                       Add’l $48.85 fee.
 ment coordinator for                                                                                           2345 23-309 MWF          11:00A-11:50A            LINDSAY J
 more information.        § SPCH 200 INTERCULTURAL COMM.                            5
                            Prereq: Min. reading COMPASS 71 or ASSET 38 or COMPASS ESL 260 or                             30-302 TTh     11:00A-11:50A            LINDSAY J
 Add’l $33 fee.             either READ 060 or SPCH 080 or SPCH 100 with min. 2.0.
                                     5049 10-206 M-F             10:00A-10:50A     MANNING L           TRANS 165  MANAGE CUSTOMER SERVICE                        5
                                                                                                             2347 23-306 M-F    9:00A- 9:50A                          STAFF
     Online course.
                           SPCH 210 INTERPERSONAL & GROUP                          5
 Students may register     Prereq: Min. reading COMPASS 71 or ASSET 38 or COMPASS ESL 260 or           TRANS 240 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                          1-5
 through the Distance      either READ 060 or SPCH 080 or SPCH 100 with min. 2.0.                      Permission and cumulative 3.0 GPA or higher. BUSN 139 or BTECH 139.
                                    5051 TBA          M-Th      11:00A-12:03P         ROPP V           Requires work experience to be coordinated w/ the instructor. Variable
 Learning Web page.                                                                                    credit; continuous enrollment.
 Add’l $33 fee.            SPCH 213         PRESENTATION SKILLS                   5                              2349 ARR                   ARR                    LINDSAY J
                           Prereq: Min. reading COMPASS 71 or ASSET 38 or COMPASS ESL 260              Certificate in Customer Service with Hospitality/Tourism emphasis.
     Weekend Col-          or either READ 060 or SPCH 080 or SPCH 100 with min. 2.0. Recom.            See IBest.
                           completion of SPCH 100.
 lege course. These
                                     5053 17-106 M             12:10P-1:13P       BREMEN E
 hybrid courses are
 partially online; see     INDEPENDENT STUDIES: ARRANGE WITH INSTRUCTOR
                                                                                                      VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS
 see instructor or de-                                                                                Fac Adv: Gary Nelson (Coord), Bldg 15, ext 3506
 partment coordinator                                                                                  VICOM 100 INTRO TO WEB DESIGN              5
 for more information.    STUDENT SERVICES                                                             Add’l $33 fee.
 Also see www.high-       Fac Adv: Lance Gibson (Coord), Bldg 6, ext 3581                                        5349 30-212 TTh 9:00A-11:30A NGARMKRERKCH
 line.edu/weekend.
                           S SER 090 COLLEGE SKILLS LAB                             1-2                VICOM 110        GRAPHIC DESIGN I                         5
 Add’l $33 fee.                                                                                              5351        16-158 M-F      8:00A- 8:50A                 STAFF
                           For students enrolled in 10 or more credits. Variable credit; continu-
                           ous enrollment.
 Shaded areas indi-                  7001 10-203 M-Th           10:00A-10:50A               STAFF      VICOM 120 GRAPHIC DESIGN II                               5
                                     7003 10-202 M-Th           11:00A-11:50A               STAFF      Prereq: P I 110.
 cate Saturday and                                                                                               5353 16-158 MWF   9:00A-10:30A                       STAFF
                                     7005 10-202 M-Th           12:10P-1:00P                STAFF
 evening courses.
                           S SER 100 COLLEGE SURVIVAL                                      1           VICOM 133      DRAW FOR ILLUSTRATION II                   5
                           Instructor permission. For international students only.                     Visual communications 132 or equivalent
 § Meets Globalism                   7007 3-102          M         2:10P-3:00P          FUJIWARA M              5355 16-158 MWF             11:00A-12:30P             STAFF
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 VICOM 140 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                          1-5               WRIT 098 PREP COLLEGE WRITING II                         5
 Instructor permission. Requires work experience to be coordinated w/       Prereq: WRIT 091 w/min. 0.7. Recom: COMPASS Reading 61-70 or ASSET
 the instructor. Variable credit; continuous enrollment.                    reading 36-37. Computer enhanced course. Add’l $33 fee
           5357 ARR                       ARR                  RYAN M                4035 10-207 M-F             8:00A- 8:50A      HOFFMANN E
                                                                                     4037 10-205 M-F             9:00A- 9:50A        RENIKER, S
 VICOM 240 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                            1-5                      4039 10-207 M-Th            11:00A-12:03P      BEASLEY M
 Instructor permission. Variable credit; continuous enrollment.                      4041 10-207 M-Th            12:10P-1:13P         KANEKO L
           5361 ARR                       ARR                   RYAN M               4043 10-207 M-Th            1:20P-2:23P          KANEKO L
                                                                                     4045 17-205 MW              5:15P-7:25P          KANEKO L
 VICOM 245 QUARKXPRESS                                    3                          4047 TBA            TTh     7:35P-9:45P     MC MILLAN-CL
 Visual Communications 117, Visual Communications 225, or Instructor                 4049                ONLINE COURSE               OWINGS S
 Permisssion Add’l $33 fee.
          5363 30-212 TTh            1:00P-3:30P NGARMKRERKCH               WRIT 098 PREP COLLEGE WRITING II                         5
                                                                            Prereq: WRIT 091 w/min. 0.7. Recom: reading COMPASS 61-70 or ASSET
                                                                            36-37.
WRITING                                                                              4033 10-201 M-F              9:00A- 9:50A      FOLLMAN P
Fac Adv for WRIT 030/060 only, Bldg 5: Lonny Kaneko, ext 3429; Wendy        WRIT 101         PRINCIPLES OF WRITING                      5
Swyt (Coord), ext 3515; Tianyi Tang, ext 3153                               Prereq: Min. COMPASS writing 65 or ASSET language skill of 40 or min.
                                                                            2.0 WRIT 091 or 098. Min. COMPASS reading 71 or min. 2.0 in READ 060
 REWRI 030 ESL READING/WRITING LINK                  10                     or equivalent. Computer enhanced course. Add’l $33 fee.
 Prereq: COMPASS ESL 150-209. For non-native speakers of English.                     4071 10-202 M-F            7:45A-8:50A        KRONSTADT J
 Add’l $33 fee.                                                                       Item #4071 begins 1/22.
           1587 16-105 M-F        10:00A-10:50A          PHILLIPS                     4053     10-104     M-F     8:00A- 8:50A     CASTER A
                TBA      M-Th     11:00A-12:03P           TANG T                      4073     10-105     M-F     8:00A- 8:50A HASHIMOTO S
                                                                                      4075     10-102     M-F     9:00A- 9:50A SCHWISOW M
 WRIT 030 WRITING FOR NONNATIVE SP                           5                        4077     10-104     M-F     9:00A- 9:50A      BLADES L
 COMPASS ESL 150-209 or ASSET language 25-27.
        4003 10-204 TTh            7:35P-9:45P                   JAMES S
                                                                                      4079
                                                                                      4081
                                                                                               10-205
                                                                                               10-102
                                                                                                          M-F
                                                                                                          M-F
                                                                                                                  10:00A-10:50A     BLADES L
                                                                                                                  10:00A-10:50A SCHWISOW M
                                                                                                                                                           ❖ Coordinated
                                                                                      4083     29-214     M-Th    11:00A-12:03P    GRAMM C                 Studies course, com-
 REWRI 060 ESL READING/WRITING LINK                      10                           4085     TBA        M-Th    11:00A-12:03P        KIM T               bined with another
 Prereq: COMPASS ESL 210-259 or WRIT 030 and READ 030 with min.                       4087     TBA        M-Th    12:10P-1:13P         KIM T
 2.0. For non-native speakers of English. Add’l $33 fee.                                                                                                   subject course for 10
                                                                                      4089     10-102     M-Th    1:20P-2:23P     GABBARD C
           1589 16-105 M-F               9:00A-9:50A      PHILLIPS P                  4095     17-206     TTh     5:15P-7:35P        JAMES S               credits. See Coordi-
                    TBA       M-F        10:00A-10:50A    RENIKER S                   4097     10-205     TTh     7:35P-9:45P     GOELZER K                nated Studies section.
           1591     TBA       M-F        10:00A-10:50P       JACK P
                                                                                      4099                ONLINE COURSE             SIROHI G
                    16-105 M-Th          11:00A- 12:03P   PHILLIPS P
                                                                                                                                                               Hybrid course.
                                                                            WRIT 101          PRINCIPLES OF WRITING                         5
 WRIT 060 WRITING SKILLS                                5                                                                                                  Partially online; see
                                                                            Prereq: Min. COMPASS writing 65 or ASSET language of 40 or min. 2.0 in WRIT
 Prereq: COMPASS ESL 210-259 or WRIT 030 w/min. 2.0. Add’l $33 fee.
          4007 21-202 M-F          10:00A-10:50A       BEASLEY M
                                                                            091 or 098. Min. COMPASS reading 71 or min. 2.0 in READ 060 or equiv.          instructor or depart-
                                                                                      4051 21-202 M-F               8:00A- 8:50A                  JACK P   ment coordinator for
          4011   10-204 TTh        7:35P-9:45P             JAMES S
                                                                                      4055 29-216 M-F               9:00A- 9:50A              SIROHI G
                                                                                      4057 23-309 M-F               9:00A- 9:50A                   STAFF
                                                                                                                                                           more information.
Fac Adv, Bldg 5: Rosemary Adang, ext 3822; Lisa Bernhagen, ext 3213;                                                                                       Add’l $33 fee.
                                                                                      4059 21-203 M-F               9:00A- 9:50A        KRONSTADT J
Larry Blades, ext 3439; Debby Bacharach, ext 3801; Allison Green, ext
                                                                                      4061 10-207 M-F               10:00A-10:50A             SIROHI G
3512; Sharon Hashimoto, ext 3158; Lonny Kaneko, ext 3429; Tommy
Kim, ext. 3871; Susan Landgraf, ext 3427; Tarisa Matusmoto-Maxfield,          ❖ 4000 29-216 M-Th 10:00A- 12:15P                                 GREEN A         Online course.
ext 6405; Susan Rich, ext 3253; Bryan Stumpf, ext 3289; Matt Schwisow,                4063 10-102 M-Th              11:00A-12:03P         FOLLMAN P
                                                                                      4065 10-105 M-Th              12:10P-1:13P                   STAFF
                                                                                                                                                           Students may register
ext 3699; Wendy Swyt (coord), ext 3515; Ruth Windhover, ext 3431 Bldg
15: Angi Caster, ext 6059                                                             4067 22-203 M-Th              12:10P-1:13P                   STAFF   through the Distance
                                                                                      4069 10-201 M-Th              1:20P-2:23P                   RICH S   Learning Web page.
 REWRI 091 READING/WRITING LINK                          10                           4091 19-108 MW                5:15P-7:25P           NEWMAN M         Add’l $33 fee.
 Prereq: COMPASS ESL 260 or COMPASS writing 40 or WRIT 060 w/2.0                      4093 19-108 MW                7:35P-9:45P           NEWMAN M
 and COMPASS read 71-79 or READ 060 w/min. 2.0. For non-native speak-
 ers of English. Add’l $33 fee.                                             WRIT 105 RESEARCH/PERSUASIVE WRIT                         5                        Weekend Col-
           1593 TBA             M-F   10:00A-10:50A ROBINSON D              Prereq: WRIT 101 or equiv. w/2.0 or above. Add’l $33 fee.                      lege course. These
                    TBA         M-Th 11:00A-12:03P MAHMOUD A                         4101     10-102 M-F           8:00A- 8:50A MATSUMOTO-M
                                                                                     4103 29-101 M-F               9:00A- 9:50A        CASTER A
                                                                                                                                                           hybrid courses are
 WRIT 091 PREP COLLEGE WRITING I                           5                         4105 TBA            M-F       10:00A-10:50A MATSUMOTO                 partially online; see
 Prereq: COMPASS writing 40-64 or COMPASS ESL 260 or completion of           ❖ 4000 29-2216 M-Th 10:00A- 12:15P                         GREEN A            see instructor or de-
 WRIT 060 or ESL 060 with 2.0 or above. Recom: COMPASS reading 61-70                 4107 10-205 M-Th              11:00A-12:03P       CASTER A            partment coordinator
 or ASSET reading 36-37. Computer enhanced course. Add’l $33 fee                     4109 29-105 M-Th              12:10P-1:13P       GRAMM C
          4015 10-207 M-F              8:00A- 8:50A    HOFFMANN E                    4113     10-104 MW            5:15P-7:25P        OWINGS S
                                                                                                                                                           for more information.
          4017 10-205 M-F              9:00A- 9:50A       RENIKER, S                 4111     10-104 M             7:35P-9:45P        OWINGS S             Also see www.high-
          4021 10-207 M-Th             11:00A-12:03P      BEASLEY M                                                                                        line.edu/weekend.
          4023 10-207 M-Th             12:10P-1:13P        KANEKO L         WRIT 143         INTRO TO TECH WRITING                       5                 Add’l $33 fee.
          4025 10-207 M-Th             1:20P-2:23P         KANEKO L         Prereq: WRIT 101 or equiv. w/2.0 or above. Add’l $33 fee.
          4027 17-205 MW               5:15P-7:25P         KANEKO L                  4115     10-105 Th            1:20P-3:40P        SCHWISOW M
          4029 TBA          TTh        7:35P-9:45P   MC MILLAN-CL                                                                                          Shaded areas indi-
          4031              ONLINE COURSE                  OWINGS S         WRIT 145         BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS                       5               cate Saturday and
                                                                            Prereq: WRIT 101 or equiv. w/2.0 or above. Add’l $33 fee.                      evening courses.
 WRIT 091 PREP COLLEGE WRITING I                                5                    4117     10-204 TTh           5:15P-7:25P            GABBARD C
 Prereq: COMPASS writing 40-64 or COMPASS ESL 260 or min. 2.0 in WRIT 060
 or ESL 060. Recom: COMPASS reading 61-70 or ASSET reading 36-37.           WRIT 151         CREATIVE WRITING                       5                      § Meets Globalism
           4013 10-201 M-F             9:00A- 9:50A            FOLLMAN P    Prereq: WRIT 101 or equiv. w/2.0 or above.                                     and Diversity
                                                                                     4119     23-309 M-F           10:00A-10:50A      ADANG R
                                                                                     4121     TBA        M-F       11:00A-11:50A HASHIMOTO S               requirement.
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                          WRIT 190 COLLEGE WRITING TIPS                               1            WRIT 255 ADVANCED FICTION WRITING                        5
                          Faculty from various departments explain their writing standards.        Prereq: WRIT 151.
                                    4125 3-102        T        12:10P-1:00P             ADANG R             4141     23-309 M-F 10:00A-10:50A                   ADANG R
                                                                                                            4143 10-207 TTh     5:15P-7:25P                       RICH S
                          WRIT 199 WRIT CONSULTANT PRACTIC                           1-5
                          Prereq: WRIT 101 with 3.5 or above; or permission. Variable credit.      WRIT 256 ADVANCED FICTION WRITING                        5
                                   4127 26-319d F                1:10P-2:40P             ADANG R   Prereq: WRIT 255.
                                                                                                            4145 23-309 M-F 10:00A-10:50A                       ADANG R
                          WRIT 251         ADVANCED VERSE WRITING                   5                       4147 10-207 TTh 5:15P-7:25P                           RICH S
                          Prereq: WRIT 101 with a 2.0 and WRIT 151.
                                   4129 TBA            M-F     11:00A-11:50A    HASHIMOTO S        WRIT 257 ADVANCED FICTION WRITING                        5
                                   4131     10-207 TTh         5:15P-7:25P            RICH S       Prereq: WRIT 256.
                                                                                                            4149 23-309 M-F     10:00A-10:50A                   ADANG R
                          WRIT 252 ADVANCED VERSE WRITING                           5                       4151     10-207 TTh 5:15P-7:25P                       RICH S
                          Prereq: WRIT 101 with a 2.0 and WRIT 251.
                                   4133 TBA            M-F     11:00A-11:50A    HASHIMOTO S        WRIT 260 EDITING: THE ARCTURUS                             3
                                   4135 10-207 TTh             5:15P-7:25P            RICH S       Instructor perm. Completion of WRIT 101 and one other writing course
                                                                                                   preferred; excellent grammar and mechanical skills recommended.
                          WRIT 253 ADVANCED VERSE WRITING                           5                        4153 10-202 MWF            1:10P-2:13P       HASHIMOTO S
                          Prereq: WRIT 101 with a 2.0 and WRIT 252.
                                   4137 TBA            M-F     11:00A-11:50A    HASHIMOTO S
                                   4139 10-207 TTh             5:15P-7:25P            RICH S




 ❖   Coordinated
 Studies course, com-
 bined with another
 subject course for 10
 credits. See Coordi-
 nated Studies section.

     Hybrid course.
 Partially online; see
 instructor or depart-
 ment coordinator for
 more information.
 Add’l $33 fee.

     Online course.
 Students may register
 through the Distance
 Learning Web page.
 Add’l $33 fee.

     Weekend Col-
 lege course. These
 hybrid courses are
 partially online; see
 see instructor or de-
 partment coordinator
 for more information.
 Also see www.high-
 line.edu/weekend.
 Add’l $33 fee.

 Shaded areas indi-
 cate Saturday and
 evening courses.

 § Meets Globalism
 and Diversity
 requirement.



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Central Washington                                              ADMG 385 BUS COM & REPORT WRITING
                                                                D02 MW   5:30P-7:50P
                                                                                                    5
                                                                                              WATKINS
                                                                                                                    LAJ
                                                                                                                    D01    F
                                                                                                                                332   POLICE COMMUNITY RELATIONS 4
                                                                                                                                      5:40P-7:50P          BENNETT
University—Des Moines                                           ECON 330 MONEY & BANKING                      5     LAJ      451      CRIME IN AMERICA                    4
                                                                D01 MW   3:20P-5:30P                      GHOSH     D01    Web        MOORE
Welcome to CWU—Des Moines                                       ECTL  601        PRO CERT PRE-ASSESS           4    LAJ     453 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ISSUES    4
Central Washington University now offers baccalaureate          C01 M            5:00P-8:00P               STRAY    D01    MW   8:00P-9:50P            HAYDEN
and master degrees, courses and certifications at Highline
Community College in the new Higher Education Building.         ECTL       609 PRO CERT CUL SEM                2    MGT   380 ORGANIZATIONAL MGT                      5
This partnership makes it easier than ever to earn your         C01            NOURSE                               D02 TTh   2:20P-4:30P                         NIXON
two-year degree and transfer to a four-year institution                                                             MGT   484 INTERNATIONAL MGT                           5
without having to relocate or commute. We offer a variety       EDAD  580 EDUCATIONAL ADMINISTRATION 5
                                                                                                                    D01 TTh    5:40P-7:50P
of programs designed to provide an easy transition from         D01 M      5:00P-9:50P
community college to university.                                                                                    MGT   489 STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT                    5
                                                                EDAD  584 SCHOOL PERSONNEL                     5
                                                                                                                    D01 TTh    5:40P-7:50P                        NIXON
Programs offered:                                               D01 W     5:00P-9:50P
BA Law and Justice, BA Psychology, BAS Information Tech-                                                            MIS     386 MGT INFO SYSTEMS                          5
                                                                EDCS  509 CIVIC ENGAGEMENT                    3
nology and Aministrative Management, BS Business Admin-                                                             D01    MW   5:40P-7:50P
                                                                D01 T     5:00P-7:50P                    NOURSE
istration, BS General Studies: Social Science, BS Accounting,                                                       MIS     445 SYS ANALYSIS & DESIGN                     5
BS Electronic Engineering Technology, BEd Early Childhood       EDCS       513   CREATIVE TEACHING             3
                                                                                                                    D01    MW    2:20P-4:30P
Education/Elementary Education, MEd Master Teacher, MS          D01
Engineering Technology, MEd Educational Administration,                                                             MKT    360 PRINC OF MKTNG                        5
                                                                EDCS  545 CLASSROOM TEACHING PROBS 3
MPA Professional Accountancy, Supply Chain Management                                                               D01 Sa TBA        8:00A-5:30P              BEAGHAN
                                                                D01 T     5:00P-7:50P          NOURSE
Certificate, Principal Certification.
                                                                                                                    MKT   360 PRINC OF MKTNG                              5
                                                                EDEC  423 MAT & MANIP IN ECE                  2
To apply:                                                                                                           D02 TTh   8:00P-10:10P
                                                                D01 M     10:00A-12:00P                 KINGHAM
After you have received a two-year degree, you may eligible                                                         MKT   367 CONSUMER BEHAVIOR                           5
to apply to CWU-Des Moines. First, contact CWU—Des              EDSE  512        ED RIGHTS OF IND /DISABILITIES 3
                                                                                                                    D01 TTh   2:20P-4:30P
Moines at (206) 439-3800. Then visit us at www.cwu.edu/         D01 W             5:00P-7:50P          FENNERTY
desmoines for complete directions and online application.                                                           MKT  462 MKT PROMOTION MGT                       5
                                                                EET        314   NETWORK ANALYSIS              4
                                                                                                                    D01 MW   12:00P-2:10P                      BEAGHAN
For more information:                                           D01    M         5:30P-9:20P                YANG
Contact CWU-Des Moines at (206) 439-3800 or visit us at                                                             NUTR  448 FOOD SERV SYS MGT                           4
                                                                EET      432 GEN & TRANSM OF ELECT. PWR 4
www.cwu.edu/desmoines.                                                                                              D01 TTh    8:00A-9:50A
                                                                D01    TTh   5:30P-7:20P              YANG
                                                                                                                    OSC  323          OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT               5
            Schedule subjet to change without notice.           EET      453 COMM - MICROWAVE SYSTEMS 4
                                                                                                                    D01 MW            8:00P-10:10P
                                                                D01    TTh   7:30P-9:20P            YANG
                                                                                                                    OSC   323         OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT               5
                                                                ENG  310         TECHNICAL WRITING             4
                                                                                                                    D02 TTh           12:00P-2:10P
                                                                D01 MW           12:20P-2:10P             JOINER
                                                                                                                    OSC   435 ADV OPERATIONS MGT                      5
                                                                ENG    391 WRITING WORKSHOP                    4
                                                                                                                    D01 TTh   2:20P-4:30P                           ACH
                                                                D01 By Permission                         JOINER
                                                                                                                    PHIL  306 ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS      5
                                                                FIN     370 INTRO FINANCIAL MGT                5
                                                                                                                    D01 Web Based                  CONNOR
                                                                D01    MW    5:40P-7:50P
  ACCT  305 COST ACCOUNTING                             5                                                           POSC  451         INTRO TO CONSTITUTIONAL LAW 5
  D01 TTh   11:50A-2:10P                          FORSYTH       FIN     475 INVESTMENTS                        5
                                                                                                                    D01 TTh            8:00P-10:20P        TURNBULL
                                                                D01    MW    2:20P-4:30P
  ACCT 305 COST ACCOUNTING                                5                                                         PSY      300 RESEARCH METHODS IN PSYCH 5
  D02 MW   8:00P-10:20P                                         FIN      477 INTERNATIONAL FINANCE             5
                                                                                                                    D01    TTh   3:00P-5:20P        HENDRICKS
                                                                D01    TTh    5:40P-7:50P
  ACCT  346 INCOME TAX ACCT I                           5                                                           PSY      303 ANALYSIS OF EVDY BEHAVIOR   4
  D01 TTh    8:30A-10:50A                         FORSYTH       GEN   289 PROPOSAL COLLOQUIUM                   1
                                                                                                                    D01    TTh 6:00P-7:50P           HENDRICKS
                                                                D01 TBA   SCHEPMAN
  ACCT 351         INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II             5                                                         PSY     313       DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY 4
  D01 MW            9:00A-11:20A                                GEN   489 SENIOR COLLOQUIUM                     1
                                                                                                                    D01    MW         8:00P-9:50P         SOELLING
                                                                D01 TBA   SCHEPMAN
  ACCT 351         INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II 5                                                                     PSY      346 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY                    4
  D02 MW            5:30P-7:50P     GIERLASINSKI                IET        521   PRODUCT DESIGN & DEV       4
                                                                                                                    D01    TTh    8:00P-9:50P                  SOELLING
                                                                C01    T         5:00P-9:00P        PAPENFUSS
  ACCT  430 ACCOUNTING FOR NON-PROFIT                     5                                                         PSY         362 INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS   4
  D01 TTh   8:00P-10:20P                                        IET       525 SYS ANALYSIS & SIMULATION        4
                                                                                                                    D01    Sa        10:00A-1:30P      SCHEPMAN
                                                                C01    T or Th
  ACCT  446 INCOME TAX ACCT II                          5                                                           PSY     445 CLINICAL, COUNS, COMM PSYCH 5
  D01 TTh    5:30P-7:50P                           WILSON       IET       555 ENGINEERING PROJECT MGT          3
                                                                                                                    D01    MW   5:30P-7:50P          SOELLING
                                                                C01    T or Th
  ACCT  535 DATA BASE MGT SYSTEMS      5                                                                            SOC         344 JUVENILE DELINQUENCY                  4
  D01 TTh   5:40P-7:50P         SULLIVAN                        LAJ      300 ADMIN OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE         4
                                                                                                                    D01              ALDCROFT
                                                                D01    Web   BRITTO
  ACCT 540 ELECTRONIC COMMERCE                             5                                                        SOC   357 SOCIOLOGY OF FAMILY                    4
  D01 MW    5:40P-7:50P                                 TIDD    LAJ      302 EVIDENCE & ARREST                4
                                                                                                                    D01 TTh 6:00P-7:50P                        POLANCO
                                                                D01    TTh 6:00P-7:50P                  STEWART
  ACCT 580 ADVANCED TAXATION                            5                                                           TH      382 ETHNIC DRAMA                         4
  D01 MW   8:00P-10:10P                            WILSON       LAJ      324 CORRECTIONAL LAW                  4
                                                                                                                    D01    MW    8:00P-9:50P                   DELANEY
                                                                D01    Web   REIMUND
  ADMG 371         ADMINISTRATIVE MANAGEMENT 4
      Th           5:40P-7:50P         WATKINS                  LAJ      326 CORRECTIONAL COUNSELING   4
                                                                D01    TTh   8:00P-9:50P           MOORE
  ADMG 372         LEADERSHIP & SUPERVISION    4
      Sa            9:30A-1:10P           LUPTON




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NONPROFIT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS                                           Getting Grants: Module 1—Overview




                                                                                                                                                                                Business Building
                                                                          Geared to small and medium-sized nonprofit organizations.
 The Nonprofit Development Programs being offered are a




                                                                                                                                       NEW !
 mix of certificate programs and workshops designed for all                Learn how to identify grant opportunities, char-
 levels of staff, management and board members within the                 acteristics and practices of successful applicant
 nonprofit agency. Instructors for our nonprofit development                organizations, aspects of budgeting especially
 program and workshops have worked in the human services                  relevant to grant application process, and how to
 sector, have consulted for, and trained personnel in the non-            develop relationships with funders. CEUs: .35
                                                                          Feb 6                   8:00A-11:00A               1 Tue
 profit work environment.                                                  Bldg 99                 Rm 132
 For complete program information, please call                            Lisa Arnold             Item 9117Q              Fee: $59
 (206) 870-3785.
                                                                         Getting Grants: Module 2—Writing the Grant
Leadership & Management Development                                      Application (Funding Proposal)
                                                                          Geared to small and medium-sized nonprofit organizations.
Series for Human Services—




                                                                                                                                       NEW !
                                                                          Addresses common questions related to writing
 Certificate program topics include: self-leadership,                      grants, including: elements of effective propos-
 transfer to a leadership position, basic to advanced                     al summaries and introductions, writing effective
 leadership principles application, effective interper-                   problem (needs) statements, describing program
 sonal communication, productive work groups/teams                        objectives, methods, and evaluation processes.
 building, problem solving, conflict resolution, eth-                      Participants can bring a proposal for class review,
 ical behavior and trust, effective board member                          discussion, and feedback. CEUs: .35
 relationships, delegating, performance/appraisals,                       Feb 6                   1:00P-4:00P                1 Tue
 cross-cultural issues, resource management, develop-                     Bldg 99                 Rm 132
 ing and reaching objectives/goals, training/mentoring,                   Lisa Arnold             Item 9119Q              Fee: $59
 staffing issues, managing up as well as down, change




                                                                                                                                                 See our Web site for details
 and risk management. Note: all course materials and                     Why Pay More?
 assessment tests are included in cost. CEUs: 4.8                         Attend both Module 1 and Module 2 of Getting
 Jan 23-Mar 15            6:00P-9:00P         8 Tue, 8 Thu                Grants for a special fee.
 Bldg 19                  Rm 102                                          Item 9121Q              Fee: $110
 Staff                    Item 9105Q             Fee: $499


Make A Difference In Your Community
                                                                NEW !




 For board and staff of community and nonprofit organizations.
 Special Guest Speaker: Brett Houghton will present winning              Creating a Fund Development Plan: Module 1—The
 strategies.                                                             Fund Development Planning Process



                                                                                                                                       NEW !
 Learn to organize and advocate, including when to                        For board members, executive directors, and fund develop-
 use different tactics such as letter writing, direct                     ment professionals of small to medium-sized nonprofit and
                                                                          community organizations.
 action, one-on-one meetings, public testimony,
                                                                          Learn how to evaluate your organization’s fundrais-
 and lobbying elected officials. CEUs: .3
 Jan 10                   8:00A-11:00A               1 Wed                ing capacity and needs, and to create a one-year
 Bldg 99                  Rm 132                                          plan that reflects both capacity and need. This
 Lisa Arnold              Item 9107Q              Fee: $49                workshop will describe the components of an
                                                                          effective fund development plan and common
 Jan 24                   6:00-9:00P                 1 Wed
                                                                          fundraising methods. CEUs: .45
 Bldg 19                  Rm 102
                                                                          Mar 7                   8:00A-12:30P              1 Wed
 Lisa Arnold              Item 9109Q              Fee: $49
                                                                          Bldg 99                 Rm 132
                                                                          Lisa Arnold             Item 9123Q              Fee: $69
Integrating Fundraising, PR, and Volunteer
Management Into Your Organization                                        Creating a Fund Development Plan: Module
                                                                NEW !




 For PTAs, neighborhood associations, small and medium-sized
                                                                                                                                       NEW !




 nonprofit organizations and other cause-driven groups often
                                                                         2—Fundraising Strategies and Methods
                                                                          Special Guest Speaker: Jeanine Pierce who will speak about
 struggling to find the money, people and publicity to support
                                                                          how to make in person requests from individual donors. For
 and advance their work.
                                                                          board members, executive directors, and fund development
 Easy, quick, and low-cost strategies to integrate                        professionals of small to medium-sized nonprofit and com-
 fundraising, public relations (PR), and volunteer                        munity organizations.
 recruitment/management into an organization’s                            Learn about the advantages and drawbacks of
 efforts. Highlights how to use and overlap these                         common fundraising methods in this workshop.
 three strategies. CEUs: .3                                               Learn how to cultivate loyal donors, and how to
 Jan 17                   6:00P-9:00P                1 Wed                comfortably and confidently ask for money face-
 Bldg 19                  Rm 102                                          to-face. CEUs: .45
 Lisa Arnold              Item 9111Q              Fee: $49                Mar 14                  8:00A-12:30P              1 Wed
 Feb 22                   8:00A-11:00A                1 Thu               Bldg 99                 Rm 132
 Bldg 99                  Rm 132                                          Lisa Arnold             Item 9125Q              Fee: $69
 Lisa Arnold              Item 9113Q              Fee: $49
                                                                         Why Pay More?
Why Pay More?                                                             Attend both Module 1 and Module 2 workshops                          * ON FEE INDICATES
 Attend How To Make a Difference and Integrating                          within Creating a Fund Development Plan for a                          TEXTBOOK
 Fundraising, Public Relations, and Volunteer Man-                        special fee.                                                           REQUIREMENT
 agement Into Your Organization for a special fee.                        Item 9127Q              Fee: $129
 Item 9115Q               Fee: $89



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                                                   Growing the Leadership Capacity                                          SMALL BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT




                                                                                                                    NEW !
                                                   of the Nonprofit Board
                                                   This course is designed for nonprofit board members, Executive                             Our business programs are partially sponsored by
                                                   Directors, and other staff who are responsible for cultivating                            the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) and
                                                   the leadership and influence competencies of the Board.                                    the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at
                                                    This course will build a solid understanding of how                                      Washington State University.
                                                    boards can be trained in order to truly exercise a
                                                    positive influence throughout the entire organiza-
                                                    tion and into the community. CEUs: 6.0                                  Small Business Success Series
                                                     Jan 8-Mar 19          6:00P-9:10P        9 Mon, 10 Wed                 This series provides the theoretical and general information regarding four top-
                                                     Main Campus           Bldg 19                   Rm 102                 ics. Completing the series will familiarize you with the most critical operational
                                                     Jeff Yergler          Item 9131Q                                       areas of your future or current business. CEUs: 1.2
                                                     Fee: $375
                                                     No class Jan 15, Feb 19                                                Part I: Business Management
                                                                                                                             Learn practices needed to manage all aspects of
                                                                                                                             your business. CEUs: .3
                    See our Web site for details




                                                   PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT—                                                  Mar 6                      6:30-9:30P                     1 Tue
                                                                                                                              Bldg 99                    Rm 131
                                                   RAISING THE BAR                                                            Zev Siegl                  Item 9021Q                 Fee: $49

                                                   Cross Generational Communication                                         Part II: Marketing and Advertising
                                                    Understand generational differences in the work-                         Apply marketing and advertising guidelines and
                                                    place and techniques for dealing with them                               strengths to your business. CEUs: .3
                                                    successfully! This workshop will identify four gen-                       Mar 8                      6:30-9:30P                     1 Thu
                                                    erations in the workplace. CEUs: .2                                       Bldg 99                    Rm 131
                                                     Jan 22                   6:30-8:30P                1 Mon                 Zev Siegl                  Item 9023Q                 Fee: $49
Business Building




                                                     Main Campus              Bldg 10, Rm 201
                                                     Paul Snare               Item 9137Q             Fee: $49               Part III: Cash Flow Management
                                                                                                                             Learn about lending, equity, accrual accounting,
                                                   Getting Your ACT Together: Priority Management                            and profits. CEUs: .3
                                                   3 steps to connect your passion and purpose, and achieve maximum           Mar 13                     6:30-9:30P                     1 Tue
                                                   productivity and prosperity in every area of your life.                    Bldg 99                    Rm 131
                                                    Harness the POWER of organizations with this                              Zev Siegl                  Item 9025Q                 Fee: $49
                                                    simple 3 step program for Time and Priority Man-
                                                    agement. This workshop will help you gain clarity,                      Part IV: Business Plan
                                                    confidence, and boost your performance—so you                             How to create a strong business plan that includes
                                                    can enjoy your job more. CEUs: .2                                        the key elements. CEUs: .3
                                                     Jan 30                   6:30-8:30P                 1 Tue                Mar 15                     6:30-9:30P                     1 Thu
                                                     Main Campus              Bldg 10, Rm 203                                 Bldg 99                    Rm 131
                                                     Robin Stephens           Item 9139Q             Fee: $49                 Zev Siegl                  Item 9027Q                 Fee: $49

                                                   Escape The CHAOS—Simplify Your Business                                  Why Pay More?
                                                   & Personal Life                                                           Attend the series for a discounted price of $149.
                                                    Learn simple strategies and techniques for man-                          Register for Item 9029Q.
                                                    aging paper, maximizing your space, improve your
                                                    productivity, increase your concentration and
                                                    focus on what’s really important! CEUs: .2
                                                     Feb 27                   6:30-8:30P                 1 Tue
                                                                                                                            Small Business Records & Taxes
                                                                                                                            This 9-hour, two-part series will prepare you for this tax season and teach you
                                                     Main Campus              Bldg 10, Rm 203                               strong financial recordkeeping skills. CEU: .9
                                                     Robin Stephens           Item 9141Q             Fee: $49

                                                                                                                            Part I: Financial Recordkeeping
                                                   Staging Homes for Maximum Marketability                                   Improve your recordkeeping activities including
                                                   —A Realtor’s Secret Weapon!                                               accounting, financial statements, payroll, and
                                                   Helping Your Client Get Top Dollar.
                                                                                                                             working with various agencies. CEUs: .6
                                                    Suggestions are given for quick fixes: neutralizing,                       Mar 5, 7                   6:00P-9:00P          1 Mon, 1 Wed
                                                    depersonalizing, restaging furniture and lighting                         FWC                        Rm 204
                                                    ideas. The class will analyze properties that haven’t                     Darryl Corfman             Item 9005Q                 Fee: $89
                                                    sold and conversational sales techniques that help
                                                    clients see a home’s potential. CEUs: .4                                Part II: Preparing Taxes—Sole Proprietor
                                                     Feb 21, 28               6:30-8:30P                2 Wed
                                                     Main Campus              Bldg 10, Rm 203                                Review of the IRS Schedule C and related forms.
                                                     Victoria Andrews         Item 9143Q             Fee: $69                Learn proper classification for income and deduct-
                                                                                                                             ible expenses. CEUs: .3
                                                                                                                              Mar 12                     6:00-9:00P                    1 Mon
                                                                                                                              FWC                        Rm 204
                                                                                                                              Darryl Corfman             Item 9007Q                 Fee: $49


                                                                                                                            Why Pay More?
                                                                                                                             Attend the series for a discounted price of $129.
                                                                                                                             Register for Item 9009Q.



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Get Started in the Espresso Business                                        BTECH 268 Human Resources—




                                                                                                                                                                                     Business Building / Certs
 Tips and tools you need to get started. CEUs: .3                           Capstone: HR Exam Preparation Workshop
 Feb 21                     6:00-9:00P                    1 Wed              Prerequisite: Exam registration by Oct. 13, 2006. Test window-
 Main Campus                Bldg 2, Rm 101                                   Dec. 1, 2006-Jan 31, 2007. Get ready for this exam.
 Carole Alexander           Item 9728Q                 Fee: $59
                                                                             Review/practice/study test-taking strategies for
Starting a Home Based Photography Business                                   Professional Human Resources Certification and
 Turn your hobby into a business. Equipment,                                 recertification exams.Preparation will focus on the
 sales, marketing, customer service covered. Bring                           core knowledge areas required by HR profession-
 camera. CEUs: .4                                                            als: strategic management; workforce planning
 Feb 17                     9:00A-1:00P                     1 Sat            and employment; human resource development,
 Main Campus                Bldg 22, Rm 201                                  compensation and benefits, employee and labor
 Lorylee Lejon              Item 9742Q                 Fee: $69              relations; and occupational health, safety and se-
                                                                             curity. Test-taking exam tips and exam practice
QuickBooks Pro 2006 Business Series                                          are provided throughout the workshop. For more
 Learn how to use the number one preferred book-                             information, please call (206) 870-3785. One full-
 keeping software. If taken separately, cost would                           day Saturday class, please bring your lunch. Max.15
 total $318! For complete information, call FWC at                           students. 1 credit can be applied toward an Associ-
 (253) 943-4000. CEUs: 1.4                                                   ate degree at Highline Community College.
 Jan 19, 26                 8:30A-4:30P                     2 Fri            Jan 13                    8:00A-6:30P                   1 Sat
 FWC                        Rm 201                                           Main Campus               Bldg 19, Rm 102
 Gayle Larson               Item 9320Q                Fee: $259              Deanna Heinrich           Item 8887Q                Fee: $99


Access 2003 Business Series
 Learn critical skills to create a database. If taken                       HOSPITALITY




                                                                                                                                                      See our Web site for details
 separately, cost would total $556! For complete                             Call 206-870-3785 for complete program brochures on these
 information, call FWC at (253)943-4000. CEUs:                               (3) NEW Hospitality Certificate Programs.
 3.5
 Jan 22-Feb 28              6:00-8:30P           6 Mon 6 Wed                Hotel 208 Customer Service in Hospitality
 FWC                        Rm 202                                           In this certificate program we will cover the basics
 Staff                      Item 9276Q                Fee: $449              of customer service, customer service recovery,
                                                                             preparing for the service industry, dealing with the
                                                                             angry customers, and empowering employees to
Business Counseling with a Business                                          provide exceptional customer service encounters.
Development Specialist                                                       Note: Class includes lecture and project hours. All
 Receive FREE one-on-one counseling from the BDS                             books included in fee. 8 Credits.
                                                                             Jan 5-Mar 23              8:00A-4:00P                   12 Fri
 in your community. Call our office at (253) 943-                             Bldg 99                   Rm 132
 4000 or (206) 878-3710, ext.5151 to schedule an                             Chris Brandmeir           Item 8701Q              Fee: $685
 appointment.
                                                                            Hotel 281 Wine Tasting & Appreciation
                                                                             Wine tasting and analysis of U.S. and internation-
                                                                             al wines centered on wine and food themes. Note:
                                                                             Please contact instructor for course materials in-
HUMAN RESOURCES                                                              formation, 206-878-3710 ext. 3855. There is no
                                                                             lab fee. 1 Credit.
BTECH 265 Human Resources—                                                   Jan 17-Feb 21 6:00p-8:00P                             6 Wed
Online Certification Program                                                  Bldg 99              Rm 130
 Second class of a 3-part, 15 credit certificate program (classes             Chris Brandmeir      Item 8703Q                     Fee: $49
 do not have to be taken in order). Credits can also be applied to-
 ward an Associate’s Degree at Highline Community College.
 This program will allow you to work 100% of the                            NUTRITIONAL THERAPIST TRAINING (NTA)
 time in a place where you want to study without                             Attend a free orientation Jan. 9, 6:30P-8:30P on the Main Cam-
 compromising your family or your job. Your pace!                            pus, Bldg 19 Rm 102. Presented in partnership with Nutritional
 Your space! Winter topics include: Union-Manage-                            Therapy Association, Inc. For additional information concerning
                                                                             this program please call the instructor (206) 781-7167 or the
 ment Relations, Employee Relations, Evaluation
                                                                             NTA: (800) 918-9798.
 Systems, HRIS, Compensation, and Appraising
 Performance. 5 credits. For complete program in-                            Part 1. CEUs: 6.4 Trains paraprofessionals to con-
 formation, please call (206) 870-3785.                                      duct functional nutritional evaluations, balance
 Jan 8-Mar 23               Item 8885Q                Fee: $495              body chemistry, and help others achieve vibrant
                                                                             health and wellness. Books and tools not included.
                                                                             Effective communication, basic math and human
                                                                             relations skills are strongly recommended. Part 2
                                                                             is scheduled for spring quarter.
          Please note that in self-supporting                                Jan 20-21, Feb 24-25                                                   * ON FEE INDICATES
                                                                             Mar 31, Apr 1        8:30A-6:00P     3 Sat, 3 Sun                        TEXTBOOK
credit classes you must pay the course fee regardless                        Main Campus          Bldg 19, Rm 102                                     REQUIREMENT
    of any other tuition or fees paid this quarter.                          Katherine Branigan Item 9091Q Fee: $1,250*/qtr.




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                                               PROJECT MANAGEMENT PROFESSIONAL                                               FAST-PATH
                                               Project Management Professional Certification                                  Flagger Training
                                               Preparation                                                                    A 1-day seminar in flagging, safety, and traffic control.
                                                Free Orientation and registration: Tuesday, December 5 , 6:00P                Students successfully completing the class receive
                                                at the Federal Way Campus.                                                    certification. Includes instruction and test. All course
                                                Designed for those students who wish to even-                                 materials provided. Bring a #2 pencil. CEUs: .75
                                                tually obtain professional certification by Project                            Jan 20, Feb 17
                                                Management Institute (PMI®). This course focus-                               or Mar 17              8:00A-4:30P             1 Sat
                                                es on the accepted practices recognized by the                                Main Campus            Bldg 10, Rm 207
                                                PMI®. CEUs: 3.6                                                               Sue Smith              Item 9721Q, 9723Q or 9725QFee: $49
                                                Jan 9-Mar 20             6:00-9:15P                   11 Tue
                                                FWC                      Rm 205
                                                Doug Selix               Item 9095Q             Fee: $399*




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                                                2003 class offered in the Computer Office sec-
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                                               REAL ESTATE PROGRAMS                                                          Principles of Real Estate
                                                                                                                             Appraisal—3 Day Course
                                               Real Estate Finance                                                            Intro in appraisal focusing on residential and the
                                                Teaches fundamentals of real estate finance                                   sales comparison and cost approaches to value.
                                                and serves as an intro to income capitalization.                              Uniform Residential Appraisal Report (URAR) will
                                                Students learn basic real estate math to solve                                be studied and completed in class for a nearby
                                                classroom problems in equity and debt financ-                                  property. Bring your lunch. 3 credits/30 clock
                                                ing. Real estate investment principles such as                                hours.
                                                                                                                              Feb 2,3,4              8:00A-6:30P 1 Fri, 1 Sat, 1 Sun
                                                risk reduction and debt leveraging are explained.                             Bldg 99                Rm 132
                                                3 credits/30 clock hours.                                                     Kevin Hildebrant       Item 8895Q          Fee: $225*
                                                Jan 8-Mar 19          6:10-9:45P                     9 Mon
                                                Main Campus           Bldg 10, Rm 103
                                                Henry Eiselstein      Item 8891Q                Fee: $225*                   Residential Market Data
                                                No class Jan 15, Feb 19                                                      Analysis—3 Day Course
                                                                                                                              A course in residential appraising focusing on
                                               Real Estate Principles                                                         paired comparison analysis, the URAR, and topics
Certif icates




                                                General overview of real estate sales and market-                             for completion of residential appraisals. Approved
                                                ing principles. Designed for a general knowledge                              by Wash. state for clock hours toward an apprais-
                                                of the field, those desiring to acquire a Washington                           er’s license, certification, and cont. education.
                                                Real Estate License, or real estate agents pursu-                             Bring your lunch. 3 credit/30 clock hours.
                                                ing a broker’s license. Meets Wash. 60 clock-hour                             Feb 9-11               8:00A-6:30P       1 Fri, Sat, Sun
                                                requirement for Salesperson’s Exam. Req’d text:                               Bldg 99                Rm 132
                                                                                                                              Kevin Hildebrant       Item 8897Q            Fee: $225
                                                “Washington Real Estate Fundamentals.”5 cred-
                                                its/60 clock hours
                                                Jan 9-Mar 15             6:30A-9:30P    10 Tue, 10 Thu                       Walk-Thru Appraisal
                                                Main Campus              Bldg 3, Rm 103                                      1/2 Day HANDS-ON TRAINING
                                                Henry Eiselstein         Item 8893Q         Fee: $375*                        A course in residential appraisal. Take this tour
                                                                                                                              with a Certified Appraiser of 2 new houses ready
                                               Side Dish!                                                                     for market. Learn the appraisal steps and do your
                                                                                                                 SIDE DISH




                                                You may be interested in “Staging Homes for                                   own appraisal walk-thru and review. A pre-requisite
                                                Maximum Marketability—A Realtor’s Secret                                      for enrollment to this course, is a student signed
                                                Weapon!”This course is offered in the “Professional                           “Informed Consent Form”to be submitted prior to
                                                Development—Raising the Bar”section.                                          the field trip date. Maximum of 15 students.
                                                                                                                              Feb 24, Mar 10         1:00P-5:00P                1 Sat
                                                                                                                              Meeting Place TBD
                                                                                                                              Kevin Hildebrant       Item 9099Q, 9097Q Fee: $195




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BASICS                                                     COMPUTER BOOTCAMPS—ONE DAY




                                                                                                                                                                  Technology
                                                           WORKSHOPS
New to Computers!
                                                            These Saturday workshops will run from 9:00A to 3:00P (1 hour
 New to computers? Learn the basics of today’s              lunch on your own). Windows Fundamentals is a prerequisite
 computers. Clear, easy-to-understand explana-              for the remaining workshops. CEUs: .5 per class.
 tions and practical experience. CEUs: .4
 Jan 8, 10           7:00-9:00P      1 Mon, 1 Wed
 FWC                 Rm 203                                BootCamp 1—Windows XP
 Gayle Larson        Item 9201Q          Fee: $99           Windows XP is the operating system in most
                                                            computers. Learn the fundamentals required to
 Mar 5, 7            10:00A-12:00P   1 Mon, 1 Wed
                                                            effectively perform tasks with Windows. Create
 FWC                 Rm 203
 Gayle Larson        Item 9203Q          Fee: $99           documents, share text and graphics between pro-
                                                            grams. CEUs: .5
                                                            Jan 27                   9:00A-3:00P                  1 Sat
Beginning Keyboarding                                       FWC                      Rm 203
 You can do it! Learn to type with confidence and            Staff                    Item 9217Q              Fee: $109
 increase your speed and accuracy. CEUs: 1.2
 Jan 23-Feb 6        5:30-7:30P       3 Tue, 2 Thu
 FWC                 Rm 203
                                                           BootCamp 2—Beginning Word
 Susan Taylor        Item 9205Q          Fee: $119          You will gain a working knowledge of how to
                                                            create, change, cut, customize, save and print
                                                            many types of documents. CEUs: .5
Keyboarding Skill Building                                  Feb 3                    9:00A-3:00P                  1 Sat
 Build your speed and accuracy in this excellent            FWC                      Rm 203
 follow-up to our Beginning Keyboarding class. For          Staff                    Item 9219Q              Fee: $109
 novices and experienced typists alike. CEUs: 1.0




                                                                                                                                   See our Web site for details
 Feb 8-22            5:30-7:30P       2 Tue, 3 Thu         BootCamp 3—Excel
 FWC                 Rm 203                                 Walk through the basics to get a thorough under-
 Susan Taylor        Item 9207Q          Fee: $119          standing of how to create, change, and customize
                                                            worksheets for home or office. CEUs: .5
                                                            Feb 10                   9:00A-3:00P                  1 Sat
                                                            FWC                      Rm 203
OPERATING SYSTEMS                                           Staff                    Item 9221Q              Fee: $109

Windows XP Level 1                                         BootCamp Series
 Get a good introduction to the concepts and fea-
                                                            Save money while you learn! Combines Windows
 tures of Microsoft’s widely used Windows XP.
                                                            Fundamentals, Word and Excel at a discounted
 CEUs: .8
                                                            price. . CEUs: 1.5
 Jan 22-31           7:00-9:00P      2 Mon, 2 Wed
                                                            Jan 27, Feb 3,10         9:00A-3:00P                  3 Sat
 FWC                 Rm 203
                                                            FWC                      Rm 203
 Gayle Larson        Item 9209Q          Fee: $139
                                                            Staff                    Item 9223Q              Fee: $269

Windows XP Level 2
 Take a step up. This course explores the interme-
 diate features of Windows XP. CEUs: .8                    OFFICE
 Feb 5-14            7:00-9:00P      2 Mon, 2 Wed
 FWC                 Rm 203
 Gayle Larson        Item 9211Q          Fee: $139         Microsoft Office Specialist
                                                            These courses are designed for the student to pre-
                                                            pare for Microsoft Office Specialist Certification
Windows XP Full Series
                                                            track(MOS). Classes address the core skill sets
 Save money on a combination! Combines Win-
                                                            that the Specialist exam requires.
 dows XP Levels 1 and 2 at a discounted price.
 CEUs: 1.6
 Jan 22-Feb 14       7:00-9:00P      4 Mon, 4 Wed          MOS Word 2003 Preparation
 FWC                 Rm 203                                 CEUs: .6
 Gayle Larson        Item 9213Q         Fee: $229           Feb 2                    9:00A-4:00P                   1 Fri
                                                            FWC                      Rm 201
                                                            Staff                    Item 9293Q               Fee: $119


                                                           MOS Excel 2003 Preparation
                                                            CEUs: .6
                                                            Feb 9                    9:00A-4:00P                   1 Fri
                                                            FWC                      Rm 201
                                                            Staff                    Item 9295Q               Fee: $119


                                                           MOS PowerPoint 2003 Preparation                                       * ON FEE INDICATES
                                                            CEUs: .6                                                               TEXTBOOK
                                                            Feb 16                   9:00A-4:00P                   1 Fri
                                                                                                                                   REQUIREMENT
                                                            FWC                      Rm 201
                                                            Staff                    Item 9297Q               Fee: $119




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                                            MOS Access 2003 Preparation                             MS Excel
                                             CEUs: .6
                                             Feb 23               9:00A-4:00P               1 Fri
                                             FWC                  Rm 201                            Excel 2003 Level 1
                                             Staff                Item 9299Q           Fee: $119     Discover the power of Excel 2003 with enhanced
                                                                                                     Smart Tags and XML support. Create basic work-
                                            Microsoft Office Specialist Series                        sheets, formulas and functions, copy and move
                                             Take Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access MOS             data and customize layouts. CEUs: .8
                                                                                                     Feb 6-15             7:30-9:30P        2 Tue, 2 Thu
                                             preparation courses at a reduced rate! CEUs: 2.4        FWC                  Rm 202
                                             Feb 2,9,16,23        9:00A-4:00P              4 Fri
                                                                                                     Eileen Hugh          Item 9247Q          Fee: $139
                                             FWC                  Rm 201
                                             Staff                Item 9301Q          Fee: $379      Jan 27               8:30A-4:30P              1 Sat
                                                                                                     FWC                  Rm 202
                                                                                                     Gayle Larson         Item 9255Q          Fee: $139
                                            Microsoft Office 2003
                                                                                                    Excel 2003 Level 2
             See our Web site for details




                                            MS Office Success                                         Apply visual elements with charts and graphics;
                                             Learn how to work and navigate in MS Office 2003         create advanced formulas; Sort, filter, import and
                                             using multiple programs. This one day workshop          export data, create named ranges and templates,
                                             is ideal for the student who is either beginning or     and collaborate on the Web in Excel. CEUs: .8
                                                                                                     Feb 20-Mar 1         7:30-9:30P        2 Tue, 2 Thu
                                             looking looking to more effectively use Microsoft’s     FWC                  Rm 202
                                             office software. CEUs: .6                                Eileen Hugh          Item 9249Q          Fee: $139
                                             Feb 2                9:00A-4:00P               1 Fri
                                             FWC                  Rm 202                             Feb 3                8:30A-4:30P              1 Sat
                                             Gayle Larson         Item 9229Q          Fee: $109      FWC                  Rm 202
                                                                                                     Gayle Larson         Item 9257Q          Fee: $139


                                            MS Word 2003                                            Excel 2003 Level 3
                                                                                                     Become an advanced user! Customize a workbook,
                                                                                                     analyze and audit data with pivot tables and sce-
                                            Word 2003 Level 1
                                                                                                     narios; create macros; consolidate data; link cells
                                             Learn the latest version of Microsoft Word with its
                                                                                                     and protect and share workbooks. CEUs: .8
                                             enhanced editing formatting and reviewing capa-         Mar 6-15             7:30-9:30P        2 Tue, 2 Thu
                                             bilities. Create and edit documents; format text        FWC                  Rm 202
                                             and paragraphs; add tables, headers and footers;        Eileen Hugh          Item 9251Q          Fee: $139
                                             graphic elements and control page appearance.
                                                                                                     Feb 10               8:30A-4:30P              1 Sat
                                             CEUs: .8                                                FWC                  Rm 202
                                             Feb 6-15             5:30-7:30P        2 Tue, 2 Thu
                                                                                                     Gayle Larson         Item 9259Q          Fee: $139
                                             FWC                  Rm 202
                                             Sandy Smith          Item 9231Q          Fee: $139
                                                                                                    Excel 2003 Full Series
Technology




                                            Word 2003 Level 2                                        Combines Excel 2003 Levels 1, 2, and 3 at a dis-
                                             Streamline Word. Customize and automate                 counted price. CEUs: 2.4
                                                                                                     Feb 6-Mar 15         7:30-9:30P        6 Tue, 6 Thu
                                             Word with lists; tables; styles, macros, templates      FWC                  Rm 202
                                             and wizards, modify pictures, and perform mail          Eileen Hugh          Item 9253Q          Fee: $359
                                             merges. CEUs: .8
                                             Feb 20-Mar 1         5:30-7:30P        2 Tue, 2 Thu     Jan 27-Feb 10        8:30A-4:30P             3 Sat
                                             FWC                  Rm 202                             FWC                  Rm 202
                                             Sandy Smith          Item 9233Q          Fee: $139      Gayle Larson         Item 9261Q          Fee: $359


                                            Word 2003 Level 3                                       Advanced Techniques in Excel
                                             Master Word. Create, modify, and distribute forms,      For the power user! This class will help you to
                                                                                                                                                            NEW !

                                             long documents; manage XML Web pages; link to           create systems of spreadsheets that can make
                                             other Office programs; collaborate on documents;         complex calculations and analyze data quickly and
                                             create Master Documents, captions, bookmarks,           cover other advanced features such as subtotal-
                                             security, and more! CEUs: .8                            ing, pivot tables and macro recorder, formulas and
                                             Mar 6-15             5:30-7:30P        2 Tue, 2 Thu     how to nest multiple functions. CEUs: .6
                                             FWC                  Rm 202                             Jan 19               9:00A-4:00P               1 Fri
                                             Sandy Smith          Item 9235Q          Fee: $139      Main Campus          Rm 99-251
                                                                                                     Michael Girvin       Item 9239Q          Fee: $159

                                            Word 2003 Full Series                                    Feb 23               9:00A-4:00P               1 Fri
                                             Best Value! Word 2003 Levels 1, 2, and 3 at a dis-      Main Campus          Rm 99-251
                                             counted price. CEUs: 2.4                                Michael Girvin       Item 9241Q          Fee: $159
                                             Feb 6-Mar 15         5:30-7:30P        6 Tue, 6 Thu
                                             FWC                  Rm 202
                                             Sandy Smith          Item 9237Q          Fee: $359




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MS Access 2003                                                 PowerPoint 2003 Level 2




                                                                                                                                                             Technology
                                                                Even better presentations! Review basic concepts
                                                                and learn to create templates, advanced drawing
Access 2003 Level 1                                             techniques, sound and more. CEUs: .7
 Information is power! Learn critical skills to create          Mar 10               8:30A-4:30P              1 Sat
 a database and enter, find, edit, and report on the             FWC                  Rm 203
 data it contains. CEUs: .75                                    Eileen Hugh          Item 9283Q          Fee: $139
 Jan 22-29             6:00-8:30P       2 Mon 1 Wed
 FWC                   Rm 202
 Staff                 Item 9267Q           Fee: $139          PowerPoint 2003 Full Series
                                                                Combines PowerPoint 2003 Levels 1 and 2 at a
                                                                discounted price. CEUs: 1.4
Database Structure and Design                                   Mar 3, 10            8:30A-4:30P             2 Sat
 Learn fundamental structure and design con-                    FWC                  Rm 203
 cepts necessary to build an effective database.                Eileen Hugh          Item 9285Q          Fee: $229
 CEUs: .75
 Jan 31-Feb 7          6:00-8:30P       1 Mon 2 Wed
 FWC                   Rm 202
 Staff                 Item 9269Q           Fee: $139          Outlook 2003

Access 2003 Level 2                                            Outlook 2003
 Enhance your database design using principles of               One-day workshop. Learn the email standard in
 table relationships, integrate data, modify a table            most businesses today. Send and receive mail, or-
 design, and much more. CEUs: .7                                ganize a mailbox, work with calendars, schedule
 Feb 12-19             6:00-8:30P       2 Mon 1 Wed             appointments, create contact lists, and track and
 FWC                   Rm 202                                   organize your time. CEUs: .6
 Staff                 Item 9271Q           Fee: $139           Jan 20               9:00A-4:00P              1 Sat




                                                                                                                              See our Web site for details
                                                                FWC                  Rm 202
                                                                Gayle Larson         Item 9289Q          Fee: $149
Access 2003 Level 3
 Use advanced concepts to work with data, per-
 form summary operations, and create macros and
 more. CEUs: .75                                               MS Publisher 2003
 Feb 21-28             6:00-8:30P       1 Mon 2 Wed
 FWC                   Rm 202                                  Publisher 2003
 Staff                 Item 9273Q           Fee: $139           For new or skilled users alike! Discover tips and
                                                                tricks to produce quality newsletters, cards, bro-
Access 2003 Full Series                                         chures, and flyers from your desktop. CEUs: .6
 Combines Access 2003 Levels 1, 2, 3 and                        Feb 9                9:00A-4:00P               1 Fri
 Database Structure and Design together at a dis-               FWC                  Rm 202
                                                                Gayle Larson         Item 9307Q          Fee: $109
 counted price. CEUs: 3
 Jan 22-Feb 28         6:00-8:30P       6 Mon 6 Wed
 FWC                   Rm 202
 Staff                 Item 9275Q          Fee: $449           MS Visio 2003
Structured Query Language (SQL)                                Visio 2003
 Intermediate. Essential for students wanting to                Get to know MS Visio the powerful diagramming
 continue with database development. Unlock the                 software. Ideal for those who are involved in plan-
 power of SQL to retrieve data from relational da-              ning, drafting and creating flow charts, diagrams,
 tabases. CEUs: .7                                              shapes and stencils. CEUs: .6
 Mar 2                 8:30A-4:30P               1 Fri          Feb 24               9:00A-4:00P              1 Sat
 FWC                   Rm 203                                   FWC                  Rm 203
 Staff                 Item 9277Q           Fee: $159           Sherri Chun          Item 9309Q          Fee: $109



MS PowerPoint 2003                                             BOOKKEEPING
PowerPoint 2003 Level 1                                        Beginning QuickBooks Pro 2006
 Create your own visual excitement! Learn the                   Discover features and benefits of QuickBooks’ability
 basic concepts of creating and modifying presen-               to generate estimates and bids, use of accounts
 tations. CEUs: .7                                              receivables, accounts payable and P&L state-
 Mar 3                 8:30A-4:30P              1 Sat           ments. CEUs: .75
 FWC                   Rm 203                                   Jan 19               8:30A-4:30P               1 Fri
 Eileen Hugh           Item 9281Q           Fee: $139           FWC                  Rm 201
                                                                Gayle Larson         Item 9315Q          Fee: $159
                                                                Mar 2               8:30A-4:30P                1 Fri        * ON FEE INDICATES
                                                                Main Campus, 99-251                                           TEXTBOOK
                                                                Gayle Larson        Item 9321Q           Fee: $159            REQUIREMENT




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                                            Advanced QuickBooks Pro 2006                            eBay For Fun and $$
                                             Continuation of Beginning Quick-Books. Discover         Make use of the internet and learn basics of eBay!
                                             how to generate financial reports, track inventory,      Instructor will bring experience into the classroom
                                             use and download tax tables and payroll prepara-        in regards to buying, selling, bidding, and manag-
                                             tion. CEUs: .75                                         ing PayPal. Please bring an item or collectable you
                                             Jan 26               8:30A-4:30P               1 Fri    would like to post on eBay. CEUs: .5
                                             FWC                  Rm 201                             Feb 24                9:00A-3:00P               1 Sat
                                             Gayle Larson         Item 9317Q          Fee: $159      FWC                   Rm 208
                                                                                                     Craig McKenney        Item 9339Q           Fee: $99*
                                             Mar 9                8:30A-4:30P               1 Fri
                                             Bldg 99              Rm 251
                                             Gayle Larson         Item 9323Q          Fee: $159     Become Your Family Historian—
                                                                                                    A Lesson in Genealogy
                                            QuickBooks Pro 2006 Full Series                          Using the internet, this course will guide you
                                             Best value! Combines Beginning and Advanced             through the process of researching your family
                                             classes at a discounted price. CEUs: 1.5                history. CEUs: .5
             See our Web site for details




                                             Jan 19, 26           8:30A-4:30P              2 Fri     Mar 3                 9:00A-3:00P               1 Sat
                                             FWC                  Rm 201                             FWC                   Rm 208
                                             Gayle Larson         Item 9319Q          Fee: $259      Patricia Flores       Item 9341Q            Fee: $99
                                             Mar 2,9              8:30A-4:30P              2 Fri
                                             Bldg 99              Rm 251
                                             Gayle Larson         Item 9325Q          Fee: $259
                                                                                                    “50’S”AND OLDER
                                                                                                    New to Computers!
                                            BUSINESS CERTIFICATION                                   Get on board! Learn the fundamentals of today’s
                                                                                                     computers. No computer experience needed.
                                            Project Management Professional                          CEUs: .6
                                                                                                     Jan 16-23             8:30-10:30A        2 Tue, 1 Thu
                                                                                                     FWC                   Rm 201
                                            Project Management Professional Certification             Gayle Larson          Item 9349Q            Fee: $79
                                            Preparation
                                             Designed for those students who wish to even-
                                                                                                    Introduction to Windows XP
                                             tually obtain professional certification by Project
                                                                                                     Learn the basics of Windows XP. (Preq: New to
                                             Management Institute (PMI®). This course focus-
                                                                                                     Computers!) CEUs: .8
                                             es on the accepted practices recognized by the          Jan 30-Feb 8          8:30-10:30A       2 Tue, 2 Thu
                                             PMI®. CEUs: 3.6                                         FWC                   Rm 201
                                             Jan 9-Mar 20         6:00-9:15P              11 Tue     Gayle Larson          Item 9351Q            Fee: $99
                                             FWC                  Rm 205
                                             Doug Selix           Item 9095Q         Fee:$399*
                                                                                                    Intro to Word and Excel
                                                                                                     (Preq: New to Computers!) Understand basic func-
                                                                                                     tions of these programs. CEUs: .8
Technology




                                            MS PROJECT 2003                                          Feb 13-22             8:30-10:30A       2 Tue, 2 Thu
                                                                                                     FWC                   Rm 201
                                            MS Project 2003                                          Gayle Larson          Item 9353Q            Fee: $99
                                             Covers critical skills necessary to create and
                                             modify a project plan file that contains tasks, re-     E-Mail and the Web
                                             sources, and resource assignments. Integrates           Open your world and expand horizons using e-
                                             the principles taught in the Project Manage-            mail and the Internet in this fun, interactive class.
                                             ment Professional Certification Preparation class.       CEUs: 1.0
                                             CEUs: 1.5                                               Feb 27-Mar 8          8:30-10:30A       2 Tue, 2 Thu
                                             Mar 3, 10            8:30A-4:30P             2 Sat      FWC                   Rm 201
                                             FWC                  Rm 202                             Gayle Larson          Item 9355Q            Fee: $99
                                             Staff                Item 9311Q          Fee: $259
                                                                                                    Print and Publish
                                                                                                     Discover tips and tricks to produce quality newslet-
                                            HOBBY                                                    ters, holiday cards, brochures, and flyers from your
                                                                                                     desktop using various programs. CEUs: .8
                                                                                                     Mar 13-22             8:30-10:30A        2 Tue 2 Thu
                                            Creating Memories with Your Digital Camera.              FWC                   Rm 201
                                             Discover how to use a digital camera practical          Gayle Larson          Item 9357Q            Fee: $99
                                             hands-on instruction. In this one day workshop
                                             you will learn to work with color balance settings,    Lessons in Genealogy
                                             resolution edit, and share photos via email. Please     Using the internet, this one day workshop will
                                             bring USB cord along with your camera. Recom-           guide you through the process of discovery if you
                                             mended: USB flash drive. CEUs: .5                        plan to do your own research. CEUs: .5
                                             Jan 27               10:00A-4:00P             1 Sat     Feb 5-14              8:30-10:30A      2 Mon 2 Wed
                                             FWC                  Rm 208                             FWC                   Rm 201
                                             Staff                Item 9337Q           Fee: $99      Patricia Flores       Item 9359Q            Fee: $99




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GRAPHIC DESIGN                                               FrontPage 2003 Level 1




                                                                                                                                                           Technology
                                                              Beginner 2. Learn to create and manage a Web
                                                              site quickly. Use built-in Personal Web Server to
InDesign CS
                                                              copy or post a site to multiple platforms and serv-
 Beginning class in professional page layout using
                                                              ers. CEUs: .8
 the Adobe InDesign CS2 Program. Learn the basics             Jan 22-31            6:30-8:30P       2 Mon, 2 Wed
 of page layout. Design everything from simple                FWC                  Rm 201
 business cards, to newsletters and multiple page             Staff                Item 9375Q           Fee: $139
 publications. CEUs: 1.2
 Jan 29-Feb 14        5:30-7:30P      3 Mon, 3 Wed           FrontPage 2003 Level 2
 Main Campus          Bldg 16, Rm 154
                                                              Intermediate. Learn advanced techniques and fea-
 Tony Sittner         Item 9361Q         Fee: $199*
                                                              tures contained in FrontPage. CEUs: .8
                                                              Feb 5-14             6:30-8:30P       2 Mon, 2 Wed
Photoshop CS                                                  FWC                  Rm 201
 Beginning/intermediate use of Adobe Photoshop.               Staff                Item 9377Q           Fee: $139
 Photo manipulation, color correction, filters, du-
 otones, using layers and file formats. Space is              FrontPage 2003 Full Series
 limited so sign up today. CEUs: 1.2                          Combines FrontPage 2002 Levels 1 and 2 at a
 Mar 5-21             5:30-7:30P      3 Mon, 3 Wed            discounted price. CEUs: 1.6
 Main Campus          Bldg 16, Rm 154                         Jan 22-Feb 14        6:30-8:30P       4 Mon, 4 Wed
 Tony Sittner         Item 9363Q         Fee: $199*           FWC                  Rm 201
                                                              Staff                Item Q9379           Fee: $229

“Giclee”Fine Art Reproduction                                DreamWeaver 8.0 Introduction
 Print fine art reproductions of your own art                 Beginner 2. In this highly interactive, project-ori-
 using one of today’s most popular processes—                 ented course, you will learn how to create, arrange




                                                                                                                            See our Web site for details
 ”Giclee.”Print on canvas, watercolor and other               and format text, imagery, hyperlinks, tables and
 fine art papers up to 44”x 72”using archival qual-            various other media types. CEUs: .7
 ity inks. CEUs .6                                            Feb 24               8:30A-4:30P               1 Sat
 By Arrangement       6 hours         Main Campus             FWC                  Rm 201
 Bldg 16, Rm 154                                              Staff                Item 9387Q           Fee: $189
 Tony Sittner Item 9365Q        Fee: $350+materials
                                                             DreamWeaver 8.0 Advanced
                                                              A continuation course offering advanced tech-
                                                              niques and features. Learn to develop reusable
WEB DESIGN                                                    elements on your web site; use Cascading Style
                                                              Sheets and Java Script. CEUs:.7
XHTML Level 1                                                 Mar 3                8:30A-4:30P               1 Sat
 Beginner 2. Preq: Type 25 wpm, Internet famil-               FWC                  Rm 201
 iarity. Learn hypertext and hypermedia; URL                  Staff                Item 9389Q           Fee: $189
 conventions; XHTML syntax and usage; multime-
 dia Web page authoring; and Netscape extensions             DreamWeaver 8.0 Full Series
 to XHTML. CEUs: .7                                           Combines DreamWeaver Introduction and Ad-
 Jan 20               8:30A-4:30P              1 Sat          vanced classes at a discounted price. CEUs: 1.4
 FWC                  Rm 201                                  Feb 24, Mar 3        8:30A-4:30P              2 Sat
 Staff                Item 9381Q         Fee: $159*           FWC                  Rm 201
                                                              Staff                Item 9391Q           Fee: $309
XHTML Level 2
 Intermediate. Learn skills and techniques such as           Flash MX Level 1
 advanced formatting; graphics; tables and forms;             Intro to creating objects and animation in Macro-
 creation of dynamic and interactive documents;               media’s Flash MX. Focuses on the basics of Flash,
 validation; and style considerations. CEUs: .7               including tools and features, creation of animation
 Jan 27               8:30A-4:30P              1 Sat          and publishing materials for the Web. CEUs: 1.4
 FWC                  Rm 201                                  Jan 30-Feb 8         6:30-9:00P        2 Tue, 2 Thu
 Staff                Item 9383Q         Fee: $159*           FWC                  Rm 208
                                                              Paula Stone          Item 9393Q           Fee: $189
XHTML Full Series
 Combines XHTML levels 1 and 2 at a discounted               Flash MX Level 2
 price. CEUs: 1.4                                             Create games, websites, virtual tours, banners and
 Jan 20, 27           8:30A-4:30P             2 Sat           much more. CEUs: 1.4
 FWC                  Rm 201                                  Feb 10               8:30A-4:30P               1 Sat
 Staff                Item 9385Q         Fee: $259*           FWC                  Rm 208
                                                              Paula Stone          Item 9395Q           Fee: $189
Cascading Style Sheets
 Intermediate. Learn to effectively design Web sites                                                                      * ON FEE INDICATES
 using cascading style sheets. (Prerequisite: XHTML                                                                         TEXTBOOK
 Programming Levels 1 and 2) CEUs: .7                                                                                       REQUIREMENT
 Feb 3                8:30A-4:30P              1 Sat
 FWC                  Rm 201
 Staff                Item 9397Q          Fee: $159



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                                                         NETWORK AND HARDWARE                                            Hardware and Network
                                                                                                                         Fundamentals Full Series
                                                         FUNDAMENTALS                                                     Combines Hardware and Network Fundamentals
                                                                                                                          at a discounted price. CEUs: 2.4
                                                         Hardware Fundamentals                                            Jan 9-Feb 1           6:30-9:30P        4 Tue, 4 Thu
                                                          Beginner 2. This non-lab serves as a foundation                 FWC                   Rm 102
                                                          for students who plan to provide technical support              Glen Disbrow          Item 9405Q         Fee: $259*
                                                          or to become certified as microcomputer techni-
                                                          cians. CEUs: 1.2                                               Wireless Networks
                                                          Jan 9-18             6:30-9:30P        2 Tue, 2 Thu             Beg 2. Intro, non-lab class designed to familiarize
Technology / Creativity

                                                          FWC                  Rm 102                                     you with basic principles of wireless networks for
                                                          Glen Disbrow         Item 9401Q          Fee: $159*
                                                                                                                          home and small offices. CEUs: 1.2
                                                                                                                          Feb 13-22             6:30-9:30P        2 Tue, 2 Thu
                                                         Network Fundamentals                                             FWC                   Rm 102
                                                          Beginner 2. Non-lab class designed to familiarize               Glen Disbrow          Item 9407Q         Fee: $159*
                          See our Web site for details




                                                          students with the basic principles of networking
                                                          hardware components, terminology, and various                  A+ Certification Prep
                                                          architectures used in networks today. CEUs: 1.2                 Interm. (Recom: Hardware and Network Fund.) Com-
                                                          Jan 23-Feb 1         6:30-9:30P        2 Tue, 2 Thu             prehensive course prepares for the CompTia A+
                                                          FWC                  Rm 102                                     Certification Exam. Learn about PC hardware and soft-
                                                          Glen Disbrow         Item 9403Q          Fee: $159*
                                                                                                                          ware, and build a PC from start to finish. CEUs: 6.0
                                                                                                                          Feb 6-Mar 8           6:00-10:00P       5 Tue, 5Thu
                                                                                                                          Feb 10, 24, Mar 3     8:30A-4:30P              3 Sat
                                                                                                                          FWC                   Rm 207
                                                                                                                          Staff                 Item 9409Q         Fee: $895*




                                                         ART                                                             Beginning Stained Glass
                                                                                                                          Learn basic techniques including lead and copper
                                                                                                                          foil. Call 206)935-5682 for supplies. CEUs: 2.0
                                                         Beginning Drawing                                                Jan 22-Mar 19        6:30-9:00P              8 Mon
                                                          Course projects explore the principles of light,                Main Campus          Bldg 10, Rm 202
                                                                                                                 NEW !




                                                          space, composition, and perspective, using a                    Michelle Nicholas    Item 9613Q            Fee: $89
                                                          variety of media and techniques. NOTE: Bring                    No class Feb 19
                                                          sketchbook pencils and eraser to first class. Ad-
                                                          ditional supplies will be discussed in class. CEUs:            Creative Watercolor
                                                          2.4                                                             Work with others who love watercolor. Join a
                                                          Jan 18-Mar 8         6:30-9:30P               8 Thu
                                                                                                                          supportive environment of energetic painters.
                                                          Main Campus          Bldg 16, Rm 158
                                                          Jon Jarvis           Item 9603Q            Fee: $89             CEUs: 2.0
                                                                                                                          Jan 17-Mar 21        5:30-7:30P             10 Wed
                                                                                                                          Main Campus          Bldg 16, Rm 158
                                                         Acrylic Painting                                                 Gary Nelson          Item 9615Q            Fee: $89
                                                          Enjoy the popular art medium of acrylic painting
                                                          no matter your level of experience. Supply list pro-           Beginning Pottery
                                                          vided. CEUs: 2.0                                                Practice centering, opening and shaping clay. High
                                                          Jan 17-Mar 7         6:30-9:00P              8 Wed
                                                                                                                          fire glazing techniques taught. CEUs: 3.0
                                                          Main Campus          Bldg 10, Rm 103
                                                                                                                          Jan 13-Mar 17        9:00A-12:00P            10 Sat
                                                          Patty Arnold         Item 9605Q            Fee: $89
                                                                                                                          Main Campus          Bldg 16, Rm 171
                                                                                                                          John Weber           Item 9617Q           Fee: $185
                                                         Picture Framing
                                                          Do complete frame jobs: select colors, cut mats,               Kaleidoscopes
                                                          glass, frames. Supply list provided. CEUs: 2.4                  Create a high quality kaleidoscope for a fraction of
                                                          Jan 22-Mar 19        6:30-9:30P              8 Mon
                                                                                                                          the price of those in fine gift shops. $20 materials
                                                          Main Campus          Bldg 16, Rm 158
                                                          Aletha Deuel         Item 9607Q            Fee: $89             fee paid in class. Bring a bag lunch. CEUs: .45
                                                          No class Feb 19                                                 Feb 3                10:00A-3:30P              1 Sat
                                                                                                                          Main Campus          Bldg 10, Rm 202
                                                                                                                          Thea Marshall        Item 9619Q            Fee: $59
                                                         Watercolor
                                                          Painting techniques for beginners, intermediate                Thinking Outside the Box
                                                          and beyond. Supply list provided. CEUs: 2.4
                                                          Jan 23-Mar 13        6:30-9:30P               8 Tue            Art from Everyday Stuff
                                                                                                                          You can create art from anything! Using everyday
                                                                                                                                                                                 NEW !




                                                          Main Campus          Bldg 16, Rm 158
                                                          Aletha Deuel         Item 9609Q            Fee: $89             items, you will create either a self-portrait or ab-
                                                                                                                          stract collage. Supply list provided and additional
                                                                                                                          materials available to purchase from instructor.
                                                                                                                          CEUs: .6
                                                                                                                          Feb 17               9:00A-4:00P               1 Sat
                                                                                                                          Main Campus          Bldg 10, Rm 202
                                                                                                                          Sue Gordon           Item 9621Q            Fee: $85



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CRAFTS                                                             Beginning and Continuing Guitar




                                                                                                                                                                         Creativity
                                                                    Learn strumming, picking, and basic guitar tech-
                                                                    nique. CEUs: 1.6
Rubber Stamping                                                      Jan 17 -Mar 7         7:00-9:00P               8 Wed
 Create 4 projects from the heart using innovative                   FWC                   Room 103
 and fun techniques. Fee includes all materials.                     Sheryl Akaka          Item 9655Q            Fee: $89*
 CEUs: .2
 Jan 13                10:00A-12:00P             1 Sat
 Bldg 99               Rm 130
 Kris Roeser           Item 9625Q            Fee: $19              PHOTOGRAPHY
                                                                   Portrait Photography
DANCE                                                               Learn the basics of lighting, posing, backdrops,
                                                                    and props to create beautiful portraits. Bring your
                                                                    camera (35mm or digital) to class. CEUs: .6
Beginning Ballroom Dance                                             Jan 27-Feb 10         9:00-11:00P                3 Sat
 Join the fun and learn basic steps to waltz, foxtrot,               Main Campus           Bldg 10, Rm 103
 cha cha, swing. CEUs: 1.6                                           Lorylee Lejon         Item 9659Q             Fee: $59
 Jan 22-Mar 26        7:00-9:00P              8 Mon
 Highline HS          Directions provided
 Billie Sutton        Item 9631Q      Fee: $89 indiv.              Introduction to Photography
                      Item 9633Q        Fee: $119 cpl               Basic color class for 35mm film and digital SLR
 No class Jan 29, Feb 19                                            users. No darkroom work. 3 Sunday field trips.
                                                                    CEUs: 2.5
Continuing Ballroom Dance                                            Jan 20-Feb 17         12:30-2:30P     5 Sat + 3 Sun
                                                                     Main Campus           Bldg 26, Rm 318
 For those who have taken a beginning class.
                                                         NEW !




                                                                     Robert Stahl          Item 9661Q          Fee: $95*




                                                                                                                                          See our Web site for details
 Learn new steps and dances by student request.
 CEUs: 1.6
 Jan 23-Mar 20         6:30-7:30P               8 Tue              Intermediate Photography
 Highline HS           Directions provided                         Photographic Seeing in Black & White
 Billie Sutton         Item 9635Q      Fee: $89 indiv.              Creative class for 35mm film and digital SLR users.
                       Item 9637Q        Fee: $119 cpl              Covers design and creative “seeing” in B&W. No
 No class Feb 20
                                                                    darkroom work. 3 Sunday field trips CEUs: 2.5
                                                                     Jan 20-Feb 17         10:00A-12:00P       5 Sat, 3 Sun
Beginning Bellydance                                                 Main Campus           Bldg 26, Rm 318
 Learn the basic movements and rhythms in this                       Robert Stahl          Item 9663Q            Fee: $89*
 dance of life. CEUs: 1.0
 Jan 16-Mar 20         7:00-8:00P              10 Tue
                                                                   Side Dish!
 Main Campus           Bldg 27, Rm 101
                                                                   Check this out. You might also be interested in the Creating Memo-
 Debbie Cram           Item 9639Q            Fee: $79
                                                                   ries with Your Digital Camera offered in the Technology Hobby
                                                                   section.
Continuing Bellydance
 For those who have taken the beginning class or                   Photography Certificate
 have bellydance experience. CEUs: 1.0                              Note: Classes can be completed at any time. Student must
 Jan 16-Mar 20         8:15-9:15P              10 Tue               request Certificate.
 Main Campus           Bldg 27, Rm 101                              Complete Intro to Photography, an Intermediate
 Debbie Cram           Item 9641Q            Fee: $79               Photography class, Portrait Photography and a
                                                                    Digital photography class and receive a Photog-
                                                                    raphy Certificate of Completion.
DO IT YOURSELF
Build Your Own Furniture                                           WRITING
 Open woodshop with many tools and technique
 demonstrations. New students must attend first                     Creative Writing
 class for safety lesson. CEUs: 3.0                                Exploring Your Options
 Jan 9-Mar 20          7:00-10:00P             10 Tue
 Highline HS           Woodshop                                     Discover all areas of creative writing including fac-
 Steve Peterson        Item 9645Q            Fee: $99               tual and imaginative memoir. CEUs: 1.6
 No class Feb 20                                                     Jan 22-Mar 19         7:00-9:00P               8 Mon
                                                                     Main Campus           Bldg 10, Rm 105
                                                                     Marjorie Rommel       Item 9667Q             Fee: $89
                                                                     No class Feb 19
MUSIC
                                                                   Introduction to Screenwriting
Hawaiian Folk and Slack Key Guitar                                  Explore screenplay format, character, dialogue,
 This beginning and continuing class guitar includes                structure, and narrative. CEUs: .6                                  * ON FEE INDICATES
 singing and culture. CEUs: 1.15                                     Feb 7-28              6:30-8:00P               4 Wed
                                                                                                                                          TEXTBOOK
 Jan 16-Mar 20         6:15-7:30P              10 Tue                Main Campus           Bldg 10, Rm 105
                                                                     Steve Edmiston        Item 9669Q             Fee: $89                REQUIREMENT
 FWC                   Rm 103
 Sheryl Akaka          Item 9653Q           Fee: $79*




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                                              LANGUAGES                                                 Beginning Japanese
                                                                                                         Basic conversation, culture and Hiragana alpha-
                                                                                                         bet. CEUs: 1.5
                                              Beginning Conversational Spanish                           Jan 11-Mar 15     6:00-7:30P                 10 Thu
                                              Level I                                                    Main Campus       Bldg 21, Rm 104
                                               Read, speak and understand Spanish-for travelers          Nadeshko Braddock Item 9687Q              Fee: $79*
                                               and others. CEUs: 1.6
                                               Jan 16-Feb 8          6:30-8:30P      4 Tue, 4 Thu
                                                                                                        German Part I
                                               Main Campus           Bldg 10, Rm 202
                                               A Erickson            Item 9671Q         Fee: $89*        Learn basic German with an emphasis on everyday
                                                                                                         conversation and German culture. CEUs: 2.0
                                                                                                         Jan 22-Mar 19        6:00-8:30P              8 Mon
                                              Beginning Conversational Spanish                           Main Campus          Bldg 10, Rm 102
                                              Level II                                                   Claudia House        Item 9689Q            Fee: $89
                                               Continuation and expansion of Level I skills or for       No class Feb 19
                                               those who have some beginning knowledge of
                                                                                                        German Part II
               See our Web site for details




                                               Spanish. CEUs: 1.6
                                               Feb 13-Mar 8          6:30-8:30P      4 Tue, 4 Thu        More grammar, pronunciation and reading for
                                               Main Campus           Bldg 10, Rm 202                     those with basic German or who have complet-
                                               A Erickson            Item 9673Q         Fee: $89*
                                                                                                         ed level 1. CEUs: .8
                                                                                                         Jan 22-Mar 19        8:40-9:40P              8 Mon
                                              Beginning Italian                                          Main Campus          Bldg 10, Rm 102
                                               Learn the language, correct pronunciation, a few          Claudia House        Item 9691Q            Fee: $79
                                               important grammar rules, and explore typical foods        No class Feb 19
                                               and traditions. CEUs: 1.6
                                               Jan 22-Feb 14         7:00-9:00P      4 Mon, 4 Wed       ASL I
                                               Main Campus           Bldg 21, Rm 203                     Basic sign language focuses on everyday conversa-
                                               F Ambrosio            Item 9675Q         Fee: $89*        tion for interaction with the deaf. CEUs: 2.0
                                                                                                         Jan 16-Feb 15        6:30-8:30P        5 Tue, 5 Thu
                                              Why Pay More?                                              Main Campus          Bldg 19, Rm 206
                                               Attend Beginning Italian language class and Travel        Dorothy Taft         Item 9693Q           Fee: $89*
                                               Italy class for a special fee. (see Travel section for
                                               Inside Italy)                                            ASL II
                                               Item 9677Q            Fee: $99                            For students who have basic familiarity with ASL
                                                                                                         or who have taken Level 1. CEUs: 2.0
                                              Continuing Italian                                         Feb 20-Mar 22        6:30-8:30P        5 Tue, 5 Thu
                                                                                                         Main Campus          Bldg 19, Rm 206
                                               Continuation of beginning class or for those who          Dorothy Taft         Item 9695Q           Fee: $89*
Going Global




                                               have taken other Italian language classes. CEUs:
                                               1.6
                                               Feb 26-Mar 21         7:00-9:00P      4 Mon, 4 Wed
                                               Main Campus           Bldg 21, Rm 203                    TRAVEL
                                               F Ambrosio            Item 9679Q         Fee: $89*

                                                                                                        Travel Paris
                                              Conversational French Part I                               See Paris as a Parisian, with tips to optimize your
                                               Introduces French language basics to the traveler,        visit from a native of Paris. CEUs: .25
                                               business person or those interested in the lan-           Feb 10               10:00A-12:30P             1 Sat
                                               guage. CEUs: 2.0                                          Main Campus          Bldg 10, Rm 104
                                               Jan 16-Feb 8          6:30-9:00P      4 Tue, 4 Thu        Sylvie Gaillard      Item 9701Q            Fee: $29
                                               Main Campus           Bldg 22, Rm 202
                                               Sylvie Gaillard       Item 9681Q          Fee: $89
                                                                                                        European Travel Skills
                                                                                                        For First Time or Independent Travelers
                                              Why Pay More?                                              Tips on planning, packing, reservations, transpor-
                                               Attend Beginning French language class and Travel
                                                                                                         tation, currency, safety, tours, and guidebooks.
                                               France class for a special fee. (see Travel section
                                                                                                         Slides and discussion. CEUs: .25
                                               for Travel France)                                        Jan 20               10:00A-12:30P             1 Sat
                                               Item 9702Q            Fee: $99                            Main Campus          Bldg 22, Rm 201
                                                                                                         Sittners             Item 9703Q            Fee: $29
                                              Conversational French Part II
                                               Continuation of Level I or for those who have taken      The Best of Italy
                                               French. CEUs: 2.0                                         Italy in 3 weeks, from Lake Como to Tuscany,
                                               Feb 13-Mar 8          6:30-9:00P      4 Tue, 4 Thu        Venice to Capri. Tips, slides and discussion to make
                                               Main Campus           Bldg 22, Rm 202
                                                                                                         a fantastic trip. CEUs: .25
                                               Sylvie Gaillard       Item 9683Q          Fee: $89
                                                                                                         Feb 10               10:00A-12:30P             1 Sat
                                                                                                         Main Campus          Bldg 22, Rm 201
                                              Advanced French                                            Sittners             Item 9705Q            Fee: $29
                                               Continue to build your advanced language skills.
                                               CEUs: 1.5
                                               Jan 31-Mar 7          6:30-9:00P               6 Wed
                                               Main Campus           Bldg 22, Rm 203
                                               Sylvie Gaillard       Item 9685Q             Fee: $89



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Experience Eastern Europe                                        Espresso Barista Training Level II




                                                                                                                                                               Going Global / Learning
 From Prague to Budapest, dip into the culture, rail              Expand your knowledge and practice of special-
 travel, accommodations, private guides, and cui-                 ty drinks. CEUs: .3
 sine. Slides & discussion. CEUs: .25                             Mar 7                6:00-9:00P              1 Wed
 Feb 24               10:00A-12:30P            1 Sat              Main Campus          Bldg 2, Rm 101
 Main Campus          Bldg 22, Rm 201                             Carole Alexander     Item 9731Q            Fee: $69
 Sittners             Item 9707Q            Fee: $29
                                                                 Why Pay More?
The Heart of Europe                                               Save money while you’re brewin’and steamin’!
 France, Germany, Switzerland, Austria: Travel tips,              Attend both barista classes for a discounted price
 expenses, slides & discussion. CEUs: .25                         and receive a barista certificate of training!
 Mar 10               10:00A-12:30P            1 Sat              Item 9733Q           Fee: $125
 Main Campus          Bldg 22, Rm 201
 Sittners             Item 9709Q            Fee: $29
                                                                 Starting a Home Based Photography Business
                                                                  Turn your hobby into a business. Equipment,
                                                                  sales, marketing, customer service covered. Bring
INTERIOR DESIGN                                                   camera. CEUs: .4
                                                                  Feb 17               9:00A-1:00P               1 Sat
                                                                  Main Campus          Bldg 22, Rm 201
Design/Redesign Your Own Home                                     Lorylee Lejon        Item 9741Q            Fee: $69
 Whether you’re tired of white walls and clutter, or
 want to stage your home for resale, learn inexpen-
 sive, creative techniques to wake up every room                 Why Pay More?
 of your home. CEUs: .3                                           Take Photography Business and Portrait Photog-
 Jan 24               6:00-9:00P              1 Wed               raphy (see Photography section) for a discounted
 Main Campus          Bldg 10, Rm 201                             fee.




                                                                                                                                See our Web site for details
 Victoria Andrews     Item 9713Q            Fee: $59              Item 9743Q           Fee: $119


Basic Floral Design
 Discover the basics of floral design from process-               MEDICAL EDUCATION
                                                       NEW !




 ing fresh flowers to creating simple arrangements.
 Supplies discussed at first class. CEUs: 1.8                     Phlebotomy
 Jan 20-Mar 3         10:00A-1:00P             6 Sat              Intensive program in basic venipuncture skills
 Des Moines Florist   Directions Provided                         and techniques. Disposable lab jackets available
 Cora Morrison        Item 9715Q            Fee: $85              in class for $15. Permission required: Must have
 No class Feb 10
                                                                  high school diploma or GED and must be at least
                                                                  Level 5 ESL student. CEUs: 3.0
                                                                  Jan 13-Feb 10        9:00A-3:00P              5 Sat
                                                                  Main Campus          Bldg 26, Rm 216
INCOME OPPORTUNITIES                                              Sherman Walker       Item 9751Q          Fee: $250*
                                                                  Feb 24-Mar 24        9:00A-3:00P              5 Sat
Flagger Training
                                                                  Main Campus          Bldg 26, Rm 216
 Students who successfully complete this class will               Sherman Walker       Item 9753Q          Fee: $250*
 receive certification. All course materials provid-
 ed. Bring a #2 pencil. CEUs: .75
 Jan 20, Feb 17
 or Mar 17            8:00A-4:30P              1 Sat
                                                                 PERSONAL FINANCE
 Main Campus          Bldg 10, Rm 207
 Sue Smith            Item 9721Q, 9723Q                          Introduction to Investments
                      or 9725Q              Fee: $49              You too can analyze stocks, bonds, mutual funds,
                                                                  real estate, tax shelters, etc. CEUs: 2.0
Get Started in the Espresso Business                              Jan 23-Mar 13        7:00-9:30P               8 Tue
 Learn the tips and tools you need to get start-                  Main Campus          Bldg 21, Rm 202
                                                                  William Webster      Item 9763Q           Fee: $75*
 ed. CEUs: .3
 Feb 21               6:00-9:00P              1 Wed
 Main Campus          Bldg 2, Rm 101                             Online Investing
 Carole Alexander     Item 9727Q            Fee: $59              Learn to use the Internet in the analysis of stocks,
                                                                  mutual funds, etc. Specific web sites shown with
Espresso Barista Training Level I                                 numerous examples. CEUs: .4
 Learn techniques to make specialty espresso drinks               Mar 20-27            7:00-9:00P               2 Tue
 as perfect as your local coffee bar! CEUs: .3                    Main Campus          Bldg 21, Rm 201
 Feb 28               6:00-9:00P              1 Wed               William Webster      Item 9765Q            Fee: $45
 Main Campus          Bldg 2, Rm 101
 Carole Alexander     Item 9729Q            Fee: $69             Make a Wise Investment!
                                                                  We know investors like to cut overhead, so attend
                                                                  Intro to Investments and Online Investing for a             * ON FEE INDICATES
                                                                  special fee.                                                  TEXTBOOK
                                                                  Item 9767Q           Fee: $99                                 REQUIREMENT




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                                                        REAL ESTATE                                                     Selling Your Home Privately
                                                                                                                        (For Sale by Owner)
                                                        First Time Home Buyers                                           There is much more to do than simply put a sign




                                                                                                                                                                                NEW !
                                                         This class takes the guesswork out of buying a                  in the yard and place an ad. Jump start your expe-




                                                                                                                NEW !
                                                         home & puts you in the driver’s seat on the road                rience with a better understanding of the home
                                                         to home ownership. CEUs: .2                                     sale process. CEUs: .2
                                                         Jan 18               6:30-8:30P               1 Thu             Feb 22               6:30-8:30P               1 Thu
                                                         Main Campus          Bldg 21, Rm 201                            Main Campus          Bldg 21, Rm 201
                                                                                                                         Steven Emery         Item 9793Q      Fee: $19 indiv.
Learning / Mind & Body

                                                         Steven Emery         Item 9775Q      Fee: $19 indiv.
                                                                              Item 9777Q        Fee: $29 cpl                                  Item 9795Q        Fee: $29 cpl


                                                        Seasoned Buyers                                                 Time to Sell Your Home?
                                                         In this changing market, there are additional things            This class provides you with the basics to have a




                                                                                                                                                                                NEW !
                                                                                                                NEW !
                                                         to consider-especially if you are buying & selling              successful home sale if you plan to go the tradi-
                                                         at the same time. CEUs: .2                                      tional route of listing your home with an agent.
                         See our Web site for details




                                                         Jan 25               6:30-8:30P               1 Thu             CEUs: .2
                                                         Main Campus          Bldg 21, Rm 201                            Mar 1                6:30-8:30P               1 Thu
                                                         Steven Emery         Item 9779Q      Fee: $19 indiv.            Main Campus          Bldg 21, Rm 201
                                                                              Item 9781Q        Fee: $29 cpl             Steven Emery         Item 9797Q      Fee: $19 indiv.
                                                                                                                                              Item 9799Q        Fee: $29 cpl

                                                        Inside Tips to Buying a Home
                                                         This class takes buying a home to the next level,              Is Your House Ready to Show?
                                                                                                                         Whatever your budget, learn how to get the best
                                                                                                                NEW !




                                                                                                                                                                                NEW !
                                                         such as: buying in a changing market, what to
                                                         consider when buying a For Sale By Owner, using                 bang for your buck in getting your house ready to
                                                         the Internet to find your home, etc. Suggestion:                 sell. CEUs: .2
                                                                                                                         Mar 8                6:30-8:30P               1 Thu
                                                         Take First Time or Seasoned Buyers class first.                  Main Campus          Bldg 21, Rm 201
                                                         CEUs: .2                                                        Steven Emery         Item 9803Q      Fee: $19 indiv.
                                                         Feb 1                6:30-8:30P               1 Thu                                  Item 9805Q        Fee: $29 cpl
                                                         Main Campus          Bldg 21, Rm 201
                                                         Steven Emery         Item 9783Q      Fee: $19 indiv.
                                                                              Item 9785Q        Fee: $29 cpl            Wealth through Real Estate
                                                                                                                         Learn how to unlock the benefits of real estate in-
                                                        Listing Your House vs. Selling Privately                         vesting. CEUs: .4
                                                                                                                         Feb 15-22            5:00-7:00P               2 Thu
                                                         This class is designed to present you with facts
                                                                                                                NEW !




                                                                                                                         Main Campus          Bldg 10, Rm 104
                                                         & information to help you decide if you should                  Hoyt Robey           Item 9807Q             Fee: $49
                                                         list with an agent or sell privately (For Sale by
                                                         Owner). CEUs: .2
                                                         Feb 8                6:30-8:30P               1 Thu
                                                         Main Campus          Bldg 21, Rm 201
                                                         Steven Emery         Item 9789Q      Fee: $19 indiv.
                                                                              Item 9791Q        Fee: $29 cpl


                                                                                                                        Kundalini Yoga
                                                        FITNESS                                                          Learn the elegantly simple practice of Kundali-


                                                               Knack
                                                                                                                                                                                NEW !
                                                        The Art of Fencing                                               ni Yoga. Come with an empty stomach and loose
                                                         Fencing is a graceful, yet rigorous, activity that              comfortable clothing. Mats are provided CEUs:
                                                         sharpens your mind, strengthens your will, and                  1.2
                                                         enhances your overal health. All equipment sup-                  Jan 16-Mar 13        6:45-8:00P               8 Tue



                                                               Attack!
                                                         plied in class. CEUs: 1.6                                        Kent                 Heartbeat Yoga
                                                         Jan 23-Mar 13        7:00-9:00P               8 Tue              Sahaj Kaur Khalsa    Item 9817Q            Fee: $89
                                                         Main Campus          Bldg 27, Rm 101                             No class Feb 6, Directions are provided.
                                                         Jason Norris         Item 9813Q            Fee: $99
                                                                                                                        Beginning Tai Chi
                                                        Free Fencing Orientation and Demonstration!                      Learn the first 12 movements which build con-
                                                           If you crave sharing a special
                                                         Attend a free fencing demonstration and class
                                                         orientation.
                                                                                                                         centration abilities and provide exercise and
                                                                                                                         relaxation. Please wear loose clothing. CEUs: 1.5
                                                                         or Rm 101
                                                           knowledgeBldg 27,knack—funky or
                                                         Jan 9
                                                         Main Campus
                                                                       6:00-7:00P   1 Tue                                 Jan 10-Mar 21
                                                                                                                          Highline HS
                                                                                                                                               6:30-8:00P
                                                                                                                                               Cafeteria
                                                                                                                                                                      10 Wed


                                                           practical, personal or business—
                                                         Jason Norris  Item 9815Q   FREE                                  Kenneth Hall
                                                                                                                          No class Feb 21
                                                                                                                                               Item 9821Q            Fee: $69


                                                           we want to hear from you.
                                                                                                                        Continuing Tai Chi
                                                                                                                         Expand on your experience and learn 28 new
                                                                Call (206) 870-3785
                                                                                                                         movements. Please wear loose clothing. CEUs:
                                                                                                                         1.0
                                                               to get started today.                                      Jan 17-Mar 21        8:00-9:00P             10 Wed
                                                                                                                          Highline HS          Cafeteria
                                                                                                                          Kenneth Hall         Item 9823Q            Fee: $59
                                                                                                                          No class Feb 21



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HEALTH AND WELLNESS                                              REGISTRATION INFORMATION




                                                                                                                                                                            Mind & Body
                                                                  We’ve made registering for Extended Learning classes easy
Fibromyalgia, Polymyalgia, Chronic Fatigue                        and convenient!
Syndrome, and Chronic Pain                                       • You can register for non-credit Extended Learning classes at any
 Live in wellness rather than illness with guidelines              time during the quarter, as long as space is available. Pre-registra-
 for reducing risk of injury and coping techniques                 tion is advised, since many classes fill.
 for flare-ups. CEUs: .4                                          • Extended Learning classes are open and available to the public to
 Feb 10                9:00A-1:00P              1 Sat              meet their personal and professional interests. Once registered,
 Main Campus           Bldg 10, Rm 202                             you’ll receive a parking permit as confirmation by mail.
 Sharon Boyle          Item 9825Q            Fee: $39
                                                                 ONLINE
Beyond Stress Management                                         Visit our Web page at cel.highline.edu
Body, Mind, Spirit                                               BY TELEPHONE
 Improve from within! Effective techniques to calm,              Register by phone with Visa/Mastercard; just call our main office at
 reduce stress and restore energy. CEUs: .4                      (206) 870-3785 or our Federal Way Campus at (253) 943-4000.
 Feb 17                9:00A-1:00P              1 Sat            See Office Hours below. When you call, please have available your
 Main Campus           Bldg 10, Rm 201                           credit card number and your Student ID number.
 Sharon Boyle          Item 9827Q            Fee: $39
                                                                 IN PERSON
                                                                 Visit us at our Building 99 or Federal Way Center offices. See our
Why Pay More?                                                    Office Hours below.
 Saving money can reduce stress, too. Attend both
 Fibromyalgia and Beyond Stress classes for a dis-               BY FAX
 counted price. CEUs .8                                          Call for a registration form. With Visa or Mastercard card, you may
                                                                 fax your registration to (206) 870-5929 or (253) 661-5327. Please
 Item 9829Q            Fee: $69                                  be sure to indicate your credit card number and expiration date and




                                                                                                                                             See our Web site for details
                                                                 your Student ID number.

                                                                 OFFICE HOURS: Building 99: Mon–Fri, 8am–5pm; Federal Way;
OUTDOOR RECREATION                                               Mon–Thu, 8:00am–5:30pm and Fri, 8:00am–4:30pm

Skagit Eagle Watch
 Relaxing calm water float devoted to magnificent                  OTHER VITAL INFORMATION
 scenery. A fantastic spaghetti lunch included!
 CEUs: .4                                                        CANCELLATION OF COURSES
 Feb 3                 10:00A-2:00P             1 Sat            We cancel courses only when absolutely necessary, but we
 Skagit River          Directions Provided                       reserve the right to do so, as well as to reschedule courses and
 Rod Amundson          Item 9833Q            Fee: $79            change instructors. The Center for Extended Learning is self-sup-
                                                                 porting from course fees; therefore we must establish a minimum
                                                                 enrollment and cancel courses that do not reach that minimum.
PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT                                             This decision will be made either before the starting date or at
                                                                 the first class. If your course is cancelled, you may transfer to
                                                                 another course. If you do not, you will receive a full refund, usu-
Calming Down—Anger/Stress                                        ally within 10 business days. In the event your class is cancelled,
Management Training Session I                                    we will make every effort to call you, so be sure to list both home
 Gain understanding of causes or sources of rage,                and work phone on the registration form.
 anger or anxiety. This is a court-approved course.
 CEUs: .6                                                        REFUND POLICY
 Jan 27                9:00A-4:00P              1 Sat            Refunds will be based as follows:
 Main Campus           Bldg 10, Rm 102                           (all times refer to Business Hours)
 Roberta Macdonald     Item 9845Q            Fee: $79
                                                                 Any time a class is
Calming Down—Anger/Stress                                        cancelled by Center                        100%
Management Training Session II                                   for Extended Learning
 In-depth understanding of causes or sources of
                                                         NEW !




                                                                 Student withdrawal
 rage, anger or anxiety. This is a court-approved                48 hours prior                             100%
 course. (It is not necessary to take Session I before           to first class session
 this class.) CEUs: .6
 Feb 24                9:00A-4:00P              1 Sat            Withdrawal LESS than
 Main Campus           Bldg 10, Rm 102                           48 hours prior to first class               0%
 Roberta Macdonald     Item 9847Q            Fee: $79
                                                                 Withdrawal
                                                                 after class begins                         0%

                                                                 No appearance in class                     0%

                                                                 PARKING PERMITS                                                           * ON FEE INDICATES
                                                                 Your registration includes complimentary parking permit, valid on           TEXTBOOK
                                                                 campus for the duration of your class. You’ll receive this permit by        REQUIREMENT
                                                                 mail as registration confirmation. No parking permits are needed
                                                                 for weekend or off-campus classes.



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   COLLEGE POLICIES                                           college may also confirm dates of attendance, date         ACCREDITATION
                                                              of birth and the most recent previous educational         Highline Community College is accredited by the
   Accessing Student Information and Policies.Students        institution attended. Students should also be advised     Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universi-
   and other interested persons can access informa-           that military recruiters may request address and          ties, an institutional accrediting body recognized
   tion on completion and/or graduation rates; district       phone listings under newly enacted Federal legisla-       by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation
   security policies and crime statistics; athletic pro-      tion. A student may restrict the release of directory     and the United States Department of Education.
   gram participation rates and financial support data;        information. Students who do not wish the college         The commission’s offices are located at 8060
   completion and/or graduation rates for student-            to release their directory information must notify the    165th Avenue NE, Suite 100, Redmond, Washing-
   athletes; information regarding student records            registrar in writing.                                     ton 98052.
   under the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act;
   and Alcohol and Drug policy by logging on to the fol-      Non-College Property. The college assumes no              The Nursing program is accredited by the National
   lowing Web sites:                                          responsibility for any damage to or loss of any           League for Nursing Accrediting Commission and
                                                              non-college personal property.                            approved by the Washington State Nursing Care
   highline.edu/stuserv/registration/srtk/srtk.html                                                                     Quality Assurance Commission.
                                                              Gun-Free Zone. The Highline Community College
   highline.edu/admin/security/campuscrimestats.htm           campus and its branch campuses are gun-free               The Respiratory Care program is accredited by
                                                              zones. Any person bringing a gun onto campus will         the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health
   highline.edu/stuserv/registration/ferpa/ferpa.html         be asked to leave.                                        Education Programs (CAAHEP) in collaboration
   highline.edu/athletics                                                                                               with the Committee on Accreditation for Respira-
                                                              Smoking Policy. Highline Community College
                                                                                                                        tory Care (CoARC). Direct questions regarding
     Paper copies of the above documents can be               supports the health and well-being of its campus          accreditation to The Committee on Accreditation
   obtained by contacting the college: Registration           community members. For this reason, smoking is            for Respiratory Care (CoARC), 1248 Harwood Road,
   Office, Highline Community College, P.O. Box               prohibited on the campuses of Highline, except in         Bedford, TX 76021, 800-874-5615
   98000, 2400 South 240th Street, Des Moines, WA             designated areas.
   98198-9800 (telephone: (206) 878-3710)                                                                               The Medical Assistant program is accredited by
                                                              Social Security Number. To comply with federal            the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health
   Discrimination Statement/Complaint Procedure.              laws, we are required to ask for your Social Security     Education Programs (CAAHEP) upon the recom-
   Highline Community College provides equal op-              Number (SSN) or Individual Taxpayer Identification         mendation of the Curriculum Review Board of the
   portunity in education and employment and does             Number (ITIN). We will use your SSN/ITIN to report        American Association of Medical Assistants En-
   not discriminate against anyone based on race,             Hope Scholarship/Life Time tax credit, to adminis-        dowment (CRB-AAMAE). CAAHEP, 35 East Wacker
   ethnicity, creed, color, national origin, sex, marital     ter state/federal financial aid, to verify enrollment,     Drive, Chicago, IL 60601, (312)553-9355.
   status, sexual orientation, age, religion or the pres-     degree and academic transcript records, and to
   ence of any sensory, mental or physical disability,        conduct institutional research. If you do not submit      The Paralegal program is approved by the American
   or status as a disabled person or veteran of war, in       your SSN/ITIN, you will not be denied access to the       Bar Association.
   accordance with the Americans With Disabilities            college; however, you may be subject to civil pen-
   Act of 1990, Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act     alties (refer to Internal Revenue Service Treasury
   of 1964, Title IX of the Educational Amendments            Regulation 1.6050S-1(e)(4) for more information).         STATE SUPPORT FOR HIGHER
   of 1972 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act          Pursuant to state law (RCW 28B.10.042) and federal
   of 1973.                                                   law (Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act), the
                                                                                                                        EDUCATION
     The college has designated the following indi-           college will protect your SSN from unauthorized use       The state of Washington contributes to the cost
   vidual to coordinate its efforts against discrimi-         and/or disclosure.                                        of students’ education through support of basic
   nation, to answer inquiries, to receive requests                                                                     instructional cost and state-supported financial aid.
   for disability accommodations, and to receive              Student Rights and Responsibilities. A student’s
                                                                                                                        The table below indicates state support by tuition
   complaints of alleged discrimination: Human Re-            registration constitutes acceptance of the respon-
                                                                                                                        category for students attending Highline Commu-
   sources Executive Director, Highline Community             sibility to comply with the general policies and
                                                                                                                        nity College for the 2005–2006 academic year.
   College MS 9-7; P.O. Box 98000, Des Moines, WA             regulations established by the college. Students are
   98198-9800; (206) 878-3710, ext. 3320                      held responsible for knowing and obeying published
                                                              rules and regulations of the college as detailed in the                          Resident         Nonresident
   FERPA—Student Rights and Their Educational Re-             Students Rights and Responsibilities Washington                                  undergrad        undergrad
   cords. Students at Highline Community College have         Administrative Code, WAC 132I-120 (www.highline.
   certain rights regarding their educational records.        edu/stuserv/vpstudents/waccontents.html). A stu-          Instructional cost
   These rights are part of the federal legislation known     dent rights and responsibilities booklet is available     per FTE° student       $5898*           $5898*
   as the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act           from the Office of the Dean of Students and in the         Operating fee          $1959*           $6778*
   (FERPA). FERPA requires institutions of higher learn-      Student Development Center, upper lobby of Building
   ing to establish written policies and guidelines gov-      6, room 244. The booklet also contains the Student        Net state support
   erning the review, inspection, release, amendment,         Disciplinary Code.                                        per FTE° student       $3939*           NA
   and maintenance of student educational records.
   For complete policies, definitions, and details about                                                                 In addition to state support of the basic instruc-
   your rights, refer to the Highline Community College       MISSION STATEMENT                                         tional cost, students also receive state supported
   General Catalog or visit highline.edu/stuserv/vpstu-       We deliver innovative education and training              financial aid, including that provided from the local
   dents/rights.html.                                         opportunities to foster your personal and profes-         institutional financial aid fund (3.5 percent). The
   The college may publish or provide the following           sional success in our multicultural world and global      table below represents the amounts below.
   directory information to any person who requests           economy. We help you build a better future.
                                                                                                                        State financial aid per student FTE°      $636*
   it: name, address and phone number, student e-mail                                                                   Institutional financial aid fund per FTE° $74*
   address, major field of study, participation in officially   STATE BOARD APPROVAL                                      Total financial aid per FTE°              $710*
   recognized activities or sports, weight and height of      Highline Community College’s academic programs
   members of athletic teams, dates of enrolled status                                                                  °Full-time, resident undergrad, equivalent
                                                              of study are approved by the Higher Education
   or degrees, awards received. Upon request, the col-        Coordinating Board’s State Approving Agency               *Subject to change July 2006.
   lege discloses education records without consent to        (HECB/SAA) for enrollment of persons eligible to
   officials of another school in which a student is con-      receive education benefits under Title 38 and Title
   currently enrolled, or seeks or intends to enroll. The     10, U.S. Code.




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                                                  www.highline.edu                                                                                                                                                                         Maps
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                                                                                           MAIN CAMPUS KEY
                                                                                              Physical Location: 2400 S. 240th St., Des Moines
                                                                                           Use the Kent-Des Moines exit from I-5 and proceed west to Pacific
                                                                                           Highway South. Turn left and drive south to South 240th Street, then
                                                                                           turn right and drive west one block. Turn right into the College parking
                                                                                           lot. Use visitor parking for registration.


                                                                                           ABE/ESL info/registration..........................6                               GED info/registration ...................................6
                                                                                           ABE/ESL instruction ...................................19                          GED prep classes ...........................................19
                                                                                           Academic Affairs VP.....................................9                          Health Occupations lab .............................26
                                                                                           Access Services ............................................99                     Higher Education Center ..........................29
                                                                                           Administration VP ..........................................1                      Highline Foundation....................................99
                                                                                           Administrative Technology ......................26                                 Highline Student Union .............................. 8
                                                                                           Admissions/Entry Services .......................6                                 Human Resources ........................................99
                                                                                           Advising .............................................................6            Institutional Advancement VP...............99
                                                                                           Art Studios:                                                                       Institutional Research....................................1
                                                                                                 ceramics, draw, paint, sculpt ........................16                     Instructional Computing .........................30
                                                                                                 photography .......................................................26        Inter-Cultural Center ....................................6
                                                                                           Artists-Lecture Center ................................. 7                         International Student Programs ..............9
                                                                                           ATM ..................................................................... 8        Lecture Hall.....................................................26
                                                                                           Bike Racks .................................6, 8, 19, 24, 30                       Library ...............................................................25
                                                                                           Bistro .................................................................... 8      Locker Room ..................................................27
FEDERAL WAY CAMPUS                                                                         Bookstore ........................................................... 8            Mail Room........................................................25
Physical Location: 33320 1st Way S; Campus Square Office Park, Bldg. A                      Career Center ...................................................6                 Media Services...............................................25
                                                                                           Cashier Office...................................................6                  Meeting Room.................................................. 2
                                                      Southbound I-5                       Center for Extended Learning................99                                     Multicultural Services ..................................6
                                                      Take the S. 320th St. exit, #143     Center for Learning Connections .........99                                        Music/Drama ...................................................4
                                                      and turn right onto S. 320th St.     Central Services ............................................25                    Outreach Center ...........................................99
                                                      Turn left onto Pacific Hwy S.        CWU–Des Moines Center........................29                                    Pavilion (main bldg) ....................................28
                                                      Drive aproximately one mile.         Classrooms ............................3, 10, 13, 14, 16, 17, 19,                  Pre-College Studies .......................................19
                                                      Turn Right onto S. 336th St. and            .......................................................21, 22, 23, 26, 29
                                                                                                                                                                              President..............................................................1
                                                      at First Way S., turn right again.   Communications & Marketing ..............99
                                                                                                                                                                              Print Shop/Art Studio..................................16
                                                      Turn right into the second drive-    Community Services
                                                                                                                                                                              Purchasing ..........................................................1
                                                      way on the right. The building is         & Supported Employment...............99
                                                      on the left and says “Highline                                                                                          Reading/Study Skills ....................................19
                                                                                           Conference Services.......................................1
                                                      Community College.”                                                                                                     Registration .......................................................6
                                                                                           Cooperative Education.................................6
                                                                                                                                                                              Science Laboratory .......................................12
                                                      Northbound I-5                       Counseling .........................................................6
                                                                                                                                                                              Security and Parking .....................................6
                                                      Take exit 142B toward WA-            Early Childhood Learning Center .................0
                                                                                                                                                                              Student Employment ....................................6
                                                      99/Federal Way and merge             English as a Second Language .................19
                                                                                                                                                                              Student Programs........................................... 8
                                                      onto WA-18 West. Turn right          Facilities ............................................................24
                                                                                                                                                                              Student Services Dean .................................6
                                                      onto 16th Ave S/ WA 161 (which       Faculty Offices:
                                                                                                                                                                              TDD machine............................................6, 29
                                                      becomes Pacific Hwy S/WA-99).               Arts/Humanities/Speech ................................5
                                                                                                                                                                              Testing Center/GED Testing ......................3
                                                      Proceed to 336th St. and turn              Business/Math/Speech ..................................18
                                                                                                 Business/Ed/Engineering/Science ..........29                                 Theater ................................................................4
                                                      left. At First Way S., turn right.
                                                                                                 Lang./Math/Nurs/PE/RC................. 15, 16, 19                            Tutoring Center .............................................26
                                                      Turn right into the second drive-
                                                                                                 Social Sciences ....................................................11       Women’s Center ..............................................6
                                                      way on the right. The building is
                                                                                           Financial Aid.....................................................6                WorkFirst Services .........................................6
                                                      on the left and says “Highline
                                                      Community College.”                  Financial Services............................................1                    Workforce Training ........................................6
                                                                                           Fitness Center ................................................21
                                                                                           Food Services.................................................... 8                PUBLIC RESTROOMS3, 4, 6, 10, 13, 17, 19,
  MAST CENTER                                                                                                                                                                   ....................... 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 30, 99

                         Redondo Dock, Des
                         Moines, Wash.                                    OFF-CAMPUS LOCATIONS
                          PLEASE DO NOT park in Salty’s
                                                                            Code Name                                                           Street Address City                                                         Zip
                         lot; use the municipal lot across                  BLE     Bow Lake Elementary                                         18237 42nd Ave S.                           SeaTac                          98188
                         the street.                                        FHS     Foster High                                                 4242 S. 144th St.                           Tukwila                         98168
                                                                            HSC     Highine Senior Center                                       1210 SW 136th St.                           Burien                          98166
                        From I-5, take Exit 147                             HIL     Hilltop Elementary                                          12250 24th Ave S.                           Seattle                         98168
                                                                            KCL     Kent Regional Library                                       212 2nd Ave N.                              Kent                            98032
                        Turn west onto 272nd St. Remain on
                                                                            LBP     Lake Burien Presbyterian                                    15003 14th SW                               Burien                          98166
                        this road until it reaches the water                MAH     Mahanaim Latino Center                                      9631 17th Ave SW                            Seattle                         98106
                        and turns into Redondo Beach Drive                  MTV     Mount View Elementary                                       10811 12th Ave SW                           Seattle                         98146
                        S. Turn south (left) with the road,                 OLY     Olympic View Elementary                                     2626 SW 327th St.                           Federal Way                     98023
                        continue past Salty’s to the HCC                    PLH     Park Lake Homes                                             9800 8th Ave SW                             Seattle                         98146
                        dock / MaST Center.                                 PKS     Parkside Primary School                                     2104 S. 247th St.                           Des Moines                      98198
                                                                            SAL     Salmon Creek Elementary                                     614 SW 120th St.                            Seattle                         98146
                                                                            SUN     Sunnydale Elementary                                        15631 8th Ave S.                            Burien                          98148
                                                                            TJH     Thomas Jefferson High                                       4248 S. 288th St.                           Auburn                          98001
                                                                            TKW     Thorndyke Elementary                                        4415 S. 150th St.                           Tukwila                         98168
                                                                            VRC     Valley Ridge Comm. Center                                   4644 S. 188th St.                           SeaTac                          98188

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