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Spring 2011

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									          South
          Suburban
          College
Continuing Education
 Spring 2011


                     Classes For Seniors

                                            Home Improvement




Professional Development
                                 College For Kids




                              To register, or to view a complete schedule of
                              non-credit courses, please visit www.ssc.edu
                               under the heading “Continuing Education.”
Accounting                                                                             ART E40—Photography I, Digital
                                                                                       Tuition $104         Fee $99
ACC E05—Financial Accounting Part I                                                    College credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum age
Tuition $104          Fee $99                                                          recommended for class is 18.
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum   A basic introductory photography course that covers the principles and fine
age recommended for class is 18.                                                       art aesthetics of black and white photography in a digital format including:
Presents accounting as an information system that produces summary financial           composition, equipment selection and use; image processing, manipulation,
statements primarily for users external to a business or other enterprise. Emphasis    correction and output in the digital darkroom; lenses, aperture shutter speed,
is on the accounting cycle, analysis and recording of transactions and on the          focal plane; an overview of the history of photography and its content as both a
meaning, preparation, and interpretation of financial statements, the voucher          commercial medium and form of artistic expression. 35mm manual SLR camera
system, payroll procedures, stock and bond transactions, and corporate cash            or digital camera with full manual controls; tripod.
flow statements.                                                                       ART E40 731       3:30-6:40p       MW       MA-4431                   1/24-5/11
ACC E05 701 5:00-6:40p                 W       MA-3442                     1/12-5/11

                                                                                       ART E46—Sculpture
Art                                                                                    Tuition $104         Fee $99
                                                                                       College credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum age
ART E01—Life Drawing I                                                                 recommended for class is 18.
Tuition $104         Fee $99                                                           A studio course with emphasis on the introduction of basic sculpture-making
College credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum age         processes and how these relate to the artist concepts, materials and tools. Processes
recommended for class is 18.                                                           used: modeling, moldmaking, carving, lamination in resin, and fabrication in wood/
The human figure is studied through direct drawing exercises in gesture, contour       metal, welding and foundry practices. Lecture, demonstrations, slide presentations
and volume drawings for anatomical accurate representation. Developing                 and discussions included.
drawings from an articulated skeleton and studying large muscle groups include         ART E46 701      9:00-11:45a        TTH       MA-4335                      1/11-5/12
the introduction of human anatomy.
ART E01 731      12:30-3:45p       TTH      MA-4331                   1/25-5/12
                                                                                       ART E49—Painting I
                                                                                       Tuition $104          Fee $99
ART E02—Art Appreciation                                                               Prerequisite: ART 101 or consent of instructor
Tuition $104         Fee $99                                                           College credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum age
College credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum age         recommended for class is 18.
recommended for class is 18.                                                           An introduction to the technical and aesthetic problems of oil painting through the
A general introductory course investigating the visual arts with an emphasis           solution of various projects dealing with media, the visual elements, composition
placed on developing an aesthetic and cross cultural awareness of and                  and design, subject matter and expressive content with an emphasis placed on
appreciation for various visual forms of expression: i.e., painting. sculpture,        encouraging creative and imaginative thinking.
architecture, cinematography and video.                                                ART E49 701       12:30-3:15p      MW        MA-4329                     1/10-5/11
ART E02 701       9:00-9:50a      MWF       MA-4340                   1/10-5/13
ART E02 703       8:00-8:50a      MWF       MA-4340                     1/10-5/13
                                                                                       ART E60—Metals and Jewelry
ART E02 705      5:00-6:50p        TTH      MA-4340                     1/11-5/12      Tuition $104         Fee $99
ART E02 707      10:00-11:15a      TTH      MA-4340                      1/11-5/12     College credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum age
                                                                                       recommended for class is 18.
ART E02 709      7:00-9:45p         M       MA-4340                      1/10-5/9      An introduction to jewelry, with emphasis on the studio uses of tools, materials
ART E02 731      12:30-1:48p       TTH      MA-4340                     1/25-5/12      and techniques used in contemporary design will be addressed.
                                                                                       ART E60 701       2:00-4:45p       TTH      MA-4345         DAVIS     1/11-5/12

ART E11—Drawing I
Tuition $104         Fee $99                                                           ART E71—Ceramics I
College credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum age         Tuition $104         Fee $99
recommended for class is 18.                                                           College credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum age
An introduction to drawing with emphasis on representation, perceptual growth          recommended for class is 18.
and individual expression. Control in line, value and spatial illusion is developed    Introduction to ceramic clay-forming techniques, with emphasis placed on
through the use of a variety of art media and tools.                                   wheel-throwing and hand-building, along with procedures on glazing, surface
ART E11 701       8:00-9:50a       MWF       MA-4331                     1/10-5/13     decorations, clay, and glaze theory.
                                                                                       ART E71 701      12:00-2:45p      MW        MA-4348                   1/10-5/11
ART E11 703      9:30-12:15p       TTH      MA-4331                      1/11-5/12
                                                                                       ART E71 703      10:00-12:45p       TTH      MA-4348                     1/11-5/12
ART E11 705      6:30-9:00p        TTH      MA-4331                     1/11-5/12
                                                                                       ART E71 731       6:00-9:10p       TTH       MA-4348                     1/25-5/12
ART E11 731      12:30-2:55p      MWF       MA-4331                     1/24-5/13

                                                                                       ART E77—Introduction to Computer Art
ART E12—Drawing II                                                                     Tuition $104         Fee $99
Tuition $104          Fee $99                                                          College credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum age
Prerequisite: Art E11 or consent of instructor                                         recommended for class is 18.
College credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum age         Computers are used to generate visual images in art and design. A variety of art
recommended for class is 18.                                                           software and scanning techniques are used to create and manipulate images.
A continuation of Drawing I with compositional elements investigated for               ART E77 701      12:30-3:15p       TTH      MA-4431        WEBER      1/11-5/12
their expressive possibilities within the general framework of “realistic space.”
Conceptual skills stressed to realize drawing as a visual statement and initiate       ART E77 731       6:30-9:40p       MW        MA-4431         WEBER       1/24-5/11
the development of visual ideas on a continuing basis throughout the semester.
Emphasis on developing drawing skills in various media and mixed media.
ART E12 701       10:00-11:50a MWF            MA-4331                 1/10-5/13
ART E91—Web Design                                                                     Building Construction
Tuition $104         Fee $99
Prerequisite: Computer experience required                                             BLD E01—Estimating
College credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum age         Tuition $115          Fee $99
recommended for class is 18.                                                           This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
This course provides an integrated approach to web design and development,             age recommended for class is 18.
focusing on establishing an effective online presence through design,                  Material, labor quantity surveys from working drawings, specifications. Quantity
development, and management of websites using HTML Dreamweaver and Flash.              survey, estimating procedures; approximate detailed methods, office procedures
ART E91 701      9:00-11:45a      MW        MA-4431                   1/10-5/11        related to estimating. Textbook Required.
                                                                                       BLD E01 701 7:00-10:00p                W       MA-2369         DAMIA       1/12-5/11

PHO E32—SLR Digital Photography
Fee $99                                                                                BLD E11—Introduction to Residential Carpentry
This course is designed for the beginner as an Introduction to Photography. It will    Tuition $137            Fee $137
deal with all types of Digital SLR cameras. Through weekly assignments in areas        This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
such as depth of field, motion, design, portraiture and other topics, the student      age recommended for class is 18.
will learn the operations of their camera as well as “photographic seeing” and         This course introduces the student to basic residential framing. Topics include
composition.                                                                           floor, wall, and roof framing. The class will frame a small house in the construction
PHO E32 701 7:00-9:00p               TH     UC-5160        STEMP        1/20-4/7       lab. Textbook Required.
                                                                                       BLD E11 701        9:00-11:45a        MW        MA-L270        KASPE       1/10-5/11
                                                                                       BLD E11 703       7:00-9:45p       MW        MA-L272                     1/10-5/11
Building Codes                                                                         BLD E11 705       1:30-4:15p       MW        MA-TBA                      1/10-5/11
BCD E01—Property Maintenance Inspections                                               BLD E11 707       6:30-9:15p       THF       MA-L270         KASPE       1/13-5/13
Tuition $104          Fee $99
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
age recommended for class is 18.                                                       BLD E14—Introduction to General Contracting
This course will focus on inspection techniques for existing properties. This          Tuition $60           Fee $55
course is part of the building code enforcement program.                               This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
BCD E01 701 7:00-9:45p                 M       UC-5760                      1/10-5/9   age recommended for class is 18.
                                                                                       This introductory course provides a broad overview of the field of residential
                                                                                       construction technology. Topics include all aspects of residential general
BCD E05—Building Fire Science (Construction)                                           contracting. Textbook Required.
Tuition $104          Fee $99                                                          BLD E14 701        5:15-6:55p          W       UC-5700                     1/12-5/11
College credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum age
recommended for class is 18.
Analysis of various methods of building design, construction and materials.  Fire      BLD E15—Concrete and Masonry
resistant features of materials and life safety methods of construction and an         Tuition $137          Fee $137
introduction to building codes.  An in-depth study of automatic extinguishing and      This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
detection systems with emphasis on automatic sprinkler equipment.  Included            age recommended for class is 18.
are water spray foam, carbon dioxide and dry chemical systems, stand pipe              This course introduces the students to basic concrete and masonry techniques.
system and protection systems for special hazards.                                     Topics include footings, foundations, sidewalks and laying brick and block.
BCD E05 701 7:00-9:30p               T      MA-2369                    1/11-5/10       Textbook Required.
                                                                                       BLD E15 701        9:00-11:45a        TTH      MA-L275         KASPE       1/11-5/12
BCD E11—Residential Concrete & Framing Inspections                                     BLD E15 703       7:00-9:45p       TTH       MA-L266                     1/11-5/12
Tuition $104          Fee $99
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum   BLD E18—Introduction to Electricity (Construction)
age recommended for class is 18.                                                       Tuition $114            Fee $99
This course covers the principles of construction code enforcement with an             Prerequisite: MTH 091 or higher
emphasis on single-family concrete and framing inspections.                            This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
BCD E11 701        7:00-9:30p          T       UC-5760                     1/11-5/10   age recommended for class is 18.
                                                                                       Course will cover basic design principles of electrical and lighting systems as well
BCD E21—Residential Plumbing Inspections                                               as electrical circuit fundamentals, distribution systems, power requirements, wiring
Tuition $104          Fee $99                                                          layout and electrical building codes for residential and commercial buildings.
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum   BLD E18 701        9:00-11:15a        TTH      MA-L268         BIBBS       1/11-5/12
age recommended for class is 18.                                                       BLD E18 703       7:00-9:15p       TTH       MA-L268         BIBBS       1/11-5/12
This course covers the principles of construction code enforcement with an
emphasis on single-family plumbing inspections.
BCD E21 701 7:00-9:45p                 W       MA-L266                     1/12-5/11   BLD E20—Project Supervision
                                                                                       Tuition $137          Fee $137
                                                                                       This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
                                                                                       age recommended for class is 18.
                                                                                       A course designed to offer the student some insight to and preparation for the
                                                                                       responsibilities of project supervision and management.
                                                                                       BLD E20 701        1:45-4:00p          TH      MA-3345         KASPE       1/13-5/12
BLD E38—Basic Home Improvement                                                          HOM E34—Advanced Woodworking & Cabinetmaking
Fee $29                                                                                 Fee $99
This one night seminar is formatted as an “Open Forum” for various types of Basic       Prerequisite: Basic Woodworking and/or proficiency with work wooding tools and
Home Improvement and Home Maintenance projects. If there is a particular type           equipment.
of Home Improvement Project you need informational assistance with, such as             Enhance the skills in woodworking machines and portable power tools learned
“How To” or “Proper Materials to Use” information, this is the seminar for you.         in the basic course. The advanced class will consist of lecture, demonstrations,
Additionally, we will discuss when a project can be handled by you, and/or when         and a project approach with incorporates as many as 10 of the most com on
you should consider calling in the professional.                                        woodworking machines and processes.
BLD E38 701 6:00-9:00p              M       MA-3163       GAGNO            2/14         HOM E34 701 6:00-9:00p            T       TW-1103         BARTA     2/15-4/19
BLD E38 703       6:00-9:00p        M        MA-3163         GAGNO            3/21
BLD E28 705       6:00-9:00p        M        MA-3163         GAGNO             4/18     HOM E44—Basic Heating and Air Conditioning
                                                                                        Fee $129
                                                                                        The refrigeration cycle will be the main topic in the air conditioning portion of
BLD E49—Print Reading                                                                   this class. Students will learn some basic control theory along with maintenance
Tuition $65            Fee $55                                                          procedures for a modern residential air conditioning system. The heating section
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum    will cover the sequence of operation of a gas forced air furnace found in most
age recommended for class is 18.                                                        homes today. Students will learn the control circuits and maintenance procedures.
A course covering the basic types of drawings symbols, building materials and           HOM E44 701 6:00-8:00p              W        MA-3244         BIBBS    2/16-4/20
construction techniques currently used in the building construction industry.
Textbook Required.
BLD E49 701         2:15-4:45p         M       UC-5760         EHRHA         1/10-5/9   HOM E45—Basic Heating and Air Conditioning II
                                                                                        Fee $129
                                                                                        Prerequisite: HOM E44 or consent or instructor
BLD E50—Introduction to “Green” Building Science                                        This class is a continuation of Basic Heating and Air Conditioning I with more
Tuition $104          Fee $99                                                           hands-on experience. Students will learn the in-depth control theory with a focus
College credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum age          on commercial systems.
recommended for class is 18.                                                            HOM E45 701 8:00-10:00p           W        MA-3244        BIBBS      2/16-4/20
An introduction to building science, topics to be studied include conductive
and infiltration heat transfer, moisture migration, building sustainability and
durability, energy efficient and “green” construction techniques. This course is a      Business & Management Expertise
requirement for the “Home Energy Raters” certificate.
BLD E50 731       5:00-8:30p         M      UC-5320                     1/10-3/7        BUS E02—Human Relations in Organizations
                                                                                        Tuition $104          Fee $99
                                                                                        This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
BLD E51—Building Renovation                                                             age recommended for class is 18.
Tuition $137           Fee $137                                                         This course is designed to provide students with a wide range of interpersonal skills
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum    needed in today’s workplace. The foundation for contemporary human relations
age recommended for class is 18.                                                        will include the following seven themes: Communication, Self-awareness, Self-
Advanced aspects of construction technology as applied to residential renovation;       acceptance, Motivation, Trust, Self-disclosure, and Conflict Management.
student will gain extended knowledge of finish carpentry, electrical, plumbing,         BUS E02 701 7:00-9:45p                 W       MA-3344                     1/12-5/11
insulation and cabinet work, as they complete  the renovation on an  actual
                                                                                        BUS E02 703       12:30-1:40p       TTH      MA-3442                     1/11-5/12
residential structure for Habitat for Humanity. The student will gain first-hand
experience, encountering the troubles and triumphs of residential renovation.
BLD E51 701         8:30-1:10p        MW       MA-L272         EHRHA       1/10-5/11    BUS E14—Organization for Small Business
                                                                                        Tuition $53           Fee $49
                                                                                        This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
BLD E60—Residential Energy Auditing
                                                                                        age recommended for class is 18.
Tuition $104         Fee $99
                                                                                        This training session is designed to provide the small business owner with the
College credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum age
                                                                                        managerial principles of planning, organizing, influencing, and controlling.
recommended for class is 18.
                                                                                        Included is building a business plan with an organizational plan for combining
An introduction to residential energy auditing, topics to be studied include
                                                                                        and allocating resources.
conductive and infiltration heat transfer, heat transfer multipliers, climate data
                                                                                        BUS E14 701        8:00-4:00p          S       UC-5680                     2/12-2/19
and heat loss calculations. Emphasis on heat loss calculations, furnace sizing,
energy usage and BCRs. Course work on how to incorporate energy efficient and
green construction techniques into a proposed or existing home. This course is a        BUS E46—How to Start Your Own Small Business
requirement for the “Home Energy Raters” certificate.                                   Tuition $53           Fee $49
BLD E60 761      5:00-8:30p         M       UC-5320                      3/14-5/9       This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
                                                                                        age recommended for class is 18.
                                                                                        The fundamentals of organization and operation of a small business with special
HOM E33—Beginning Woodworking & Cabinetmaking
                                                                                        attention given to goal setting, market identification and financial planning.
Fee $99
                                                                                        Textbook Required.
This course will provides you with the basic knowledge in the use of various
                                                                                        BUS E46 701        8:00-4:00p          S       UC-5680         COOLE         1/29-2/5
woodworking hand tools, portable power tools, and stationary woodworking
machinery, through a basic woodworking projects of your choice and as agreed
upon the instructor (based on your previous woodworking experience). The class
will cover: SHOP SAFETY, Project Planning, Material Quantity Estimating, the use
of hand and machine tools, wood turning, project construction and finishing.
HOM E33 701 6:00-9:00p             T       TW-1103      GAGNO 2/15-4/19
BUS E47—Marketing for Small Business                                                        Computer Aided Design
Tuition $53            Fee $49
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum        CAD E01—Introduction to CADD
age recommended for class is 18.                                                            Tuition $70           Fee $55
This training session is designed to provide the small business owner with the              This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
principles of marketing. Included is a marketing plan that will detail marketing            age recommended for class is 18.
strategy, pricing, sales tactics, service and warranty policies, promotion, distribution,   Students will analyze the field of Computer Aided Design and Drafting (CADD)
desirability of product, market research, and an ongoing market evaluation.                 and Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM). Discussions will include the use
BUS E47 701         8:00-4:00p          S       UC-5680                      3/19-3/26      and advantages/disadvantages of CADD/CAM. Mid-term project includes a
                                                                                            pro/con technology debate. During lab portion of the course, students will be
                                                                                            introduced to the Medusa CADD software package on Sun Workstations. Students
BUS E48—Building Your Business Plan                                                         will complete a series of structured exercises, which will be followed by student
Tuition $80           Fee $80                                                               projects. Textbook required.
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum        CAD E01 701 7:00-8:50p                 TH      MA-3345         HOLEV      1/13-5/12
age recommended for class is 18.
This course is designed to put together the business plan into three distinct
sections to consist of the introduction of the business plan, the body of the               CAD E02—Basic Drawing and Design
business plan, and the supporting documents of the business plan. This will                 Tuition $70           Fee $55
entail writing the narrative which will include the title page, table of contents,          This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
vision and mission, business overview, product of service strategy, marketing               age recommended for class is 18.
analysis, marketing plan, completing the financial planning assembling the plan             Students will learn basic drawing and design techniques using Computer Aided
with supporting documents. Textbooks required.                                              Design and Drafting software (AutoCAD). Discussions will include graphics as
BUS E48 701 7:00-9:45p                 TH      MA-3224                    1/13-5/12         a language, applied geometry, views, and basic dimensioning. Students will
                                                                                            become familiar with the new user interface and gain proficiency in the use
                                                                                            of CAD as a problem-solving tool. A student project will complete the course.
BUS E97—Accounting and Finance for Small Business                                           Textbook Required.
Tuition $53            Fee $49                                                              CAD E02 701 7:00-9:45p                 T       MA-3345                     1/11-5/10
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
age recommended for class is 18.
This training session is designed to introduce the small business owner to the basic        Computer Information Sciences
records necessary for small business accounting utilizing QuickBooks 4.0. How
to establish and interpret small business accounting by utilizing budgets, aging            CIS E18—Cisco IT Essentials (A+)
receivables and payables, and preparing financial statements will be covered.               Fee $522
BUS E97 701        8:00-4:00p          S       UC-5680                        4/2-4/9       This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
                                                                                            age recommended for class is 18.
                                                                                            This 96-hour class will help prepare students to sit for the A+ Certification
MHA C05—Surviving a Layoff                                                                  core and DOS/Windows examinations. Hardware topics include diagnosing,
Fee $29                                                                                     troubleshooting, installation, configuration, and upgrading PCs. Software topics
This class is suitable for the employed and unemployed. Topics will include:                include file management and structure, installation, configuration, upgrading and
getting the news of a layoff, reviewing incoming and outgoing cash flow,                    troubleshooting. Textbook required.
determining available resources, preparing and searching for a new job,                     CIS E18 701       10:00-12:50p        TTH      MA-3345                     1/11-5/12
correcting weaknesses and interviewing.
                                                                                            CIS E18 703      6:00-9:00p        MW        UC-5800                    1/10-5/11
MHA C05 701 7:30-9:30p            F      MA-3252     BANKS            3/18
MHA C05 703 7:30-9:30p                 F       MA-3252          BANKS             4/15
                                                                                            CIS E50—Cisco CCNA Exploration - Network Fundamentals
                                                                                            Fee $348
Clowning                                                                                    This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
                                                                                            age recommended for class is 18.
CLO C02—Balloon Creations and Magic for Humor                                               Study network protocol models to understand the layers of communications in
Fee $75                                                                                     data networks; Employ basic cabling and network designs to connect devices;
In this class students will learn the secrets and techniques for balloon sculpturing        design and calculate addressing of networks; Build a simple Ethernet network
used by magicians and clowns to empress children and adults, while making                   using routers and switches; learn command line instruction, (CLI) commands, to
people laugh. Incorporated in the class will be how to add humor into magic                 perform router and switch configuration.
show. The class will also cover information about general clown questions as well           CIS E50 731 6:00-10:00p               TTH      UC-5810                     1/11-3/10
as how to create comedy skits and sketches.
CLO C02 701 7:00-8:00p                W        MA-3163       HORNE        2/16-4/6
                                                                                            CIS E51—Cisco CCNA Exploration - Routing Protocols & Concepts
                                                                                            Fee $348
CLO E10—Entertaining or Clowning For Fun and Profit                                         Prerequisite: CIS E50
Fee $80                                                                                     This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
Learn the basics in how to become a professional entertainer for children’s                 age recommended for class is 18.
parties, special events, community and state fairs, restaurants, businesses, and            Configure router interfaces; Use advanced configuration commands with routers;
expo centers, etc. as a business, just for fun or to attract and retain customers. In       Learn comprehensive RIPv1 configuration; Design and implement a classless IP
this class students will learn to develop their unique entertainer personality and          address network; apply the basic RIPv2 configuration; ID the characteristics of
how to interact and relate with children, adults or customers. Other topics covered         distance vector routing protocols.
in the class will be the different types of characters, costumes, and make-up               CIS E51 761       6:00-10:00p         TTH      UC-5810                     3/15-5/12
techniques. Learn the basics of face painting, balloon art, magic, skits, games,
storytelling children dances, songs, and juggling. Learn how to promote yourself
and start a part-time or full-time business. Materials will be available in class.
CLO E10 701 6:00-9:00p                T      MA-3478           REILI      2/15-4/12
CIS E52—Cisco CCNA Exploration - LAN Switching & Wireless                                 Cosmetology
Fee $348
Prerequisite: CIS E51                                                                     COS E11—Makeup Artistry
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum      Fee $69
age recommended for class is 18.                                                          This is a hands-on makeup course for beginners.  Makeup Artistry will allow
Troubleshoot common network problems at Layers 1, 2, 3, and 7; Interpret network          each student to learn and perfect personal makeup techniques.  Students will
diagrams; Perform switch configuration including remote access; configure and             be provided with makeup expert tips, hints, and guidance that will help them
troubleshoot VLANs, interVLAN routing, VTP, trunking and RSTP operations on               enhance their own natural beauty.  (Please bring makeup that you are currently
Cisco switches; manage IOS configuration files; Configure and study issues of             using to class).
implementation for wireless networks.                                                     COS E11 701 10:00-12:00p          S       UC-5310        GILL      2/19-2/26
CIS E52 731 6:00-10:00p               TTH      UC-5780                     1/11-3/10      COS E11 703       10:00-12:00p         S       UC-5310           GILL        3/19-3/26
                                                                                          COS E11 705       10:00-12:00p         S       UC-5310           GILL        4/16-4/23
CIS E53—Cisco CCNA Exploration - Access the WAN                                           COS E11 707       10:00-12:00p         S       UC-5310           GILL        5/14-5/21
Fee $348
Prerequisite: CIS E52
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum      COS E13—Hair Braiding
age recommended for class is 18.                                                          Fee $69
Study the impact of Voice and Video Over IP; Configure DHCP and DNS operation             This is a theory and hands-on course for beginners. Students will learn Cornrows,
on a router; Verify, monitor, and troubleshoot ACL’s in a network; Configure a            Plaits, and French Braids which is the foundation of all styles. Also, different
basic WAN serial connection, a PPP connection between Cisco routers and Frame             finishing techniques will be shown, as well as, how to weave hair. There is an
Relay; Configure PPP connection between Cisco routers and Frame Relay on                  additional charge of $75 (cash only) to be paid to instructor for materials on the
Cisco routers; Troubleshoot WAN implementation issues.                                    first night of class no exceptions.
CIS E53 761       6:00-10:00p         TTH      UC-5780                     3/15-5/12      COS E13 701 6:00-7:00p              T      MA-3476         COOPE        1/18-3/1


CIS E66—Voice, Data, Video, Fiber Cabling                                                 COS E23—Hair Locs
Fee $379                                                                                  Fee $85
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum      This is a theory and hands -on course for beginners. Students will learn how to loc
age recommended for class is 18.                                                          hair. Upon completing this class students will know how to maintain, recognize
The Cisco Voice, Data, Fiber Optics and Entertainment Cabling class is designed to        the different transitioning methods, become product knowledgeable, repair locs,
give students hands-on experience for the physical aspects of voice and data network      correct terminology and the different types of locs. There is an additional charge
cabling. The course will focus on industry standards for types of media and cabling,      of $85 (cash only) to be paid to instructor for materials on the first night of class
physical and logical networks and signal transmission. Students will develop skills       no exceptions.
in pulling cable, mounting and wire management, identifying wiring closets, patch         COS E23 701 6:00-7:00p              M        MA-3240        COOPE         3/7-4/11
panel installation and termination, installation of jacks and testing cables.
CIS E66 701         1:00-3:00p        TTH       MA-L268                       1/11-5/12
                                                                                          Crafts
CIS E88—Cisco IT Essentials II (Net+)                                                     HMK C11—Knitting I
Fee $895                                                                                  Fee $69
Prerequisite: MIS E04 or equivalent                                                       No prior knowledge of knitting is required. While learning the basics knitting
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum      techniques, learn to create a variety of practical projects. Although the course is
age recommended for class is 18.                                                          taught on a basic level, it is open to anyone who would like to learn or review the
A study of the fundamentals of Data Communication and the part networks play              formation of basic knit stitches, how to knit “Continental Style,” how to form simple
in today’s business environment. A foundation for networking is established using         pattern stitches, read published knitting patterns and charts, finishing techniques,
the OSI layered model. Both Wide Area Networks (WAN) and Local Area Networks              complete a sampler of several pattern swatches, and finish several small projects.
(LAN) are studied. COMPTIA’s Net+ vendor independent certification program is             For those students interested in improving their skills beyond the basics, the course
used as an outline for the course.                                                        may be repeated on an advanced level. Students are required to have the following
CIS E88 701        6:15-9:45p          T       MA-3349                     1/11-5/10      supplies the first night of class: light-colored (solid or variegated) yarn in worsted
                                                                                          weight, a pair of size #8 knitting needles (preferably in a shorter length), scissors,
                                                                                          steel yarn needle, and note-taking materials. A more detailed supply list will be
Computer Skills                                                                           provided during the first class session.
                                                                                          HMK C11 701 7:00-9:00p                 T       MA-3240          LICKO      2/15-4/19
BUS E07—Computers for Beginners
Fee $149
Learn the basics of how to use your computer using Windows 2000. You will learn           HMK E16—Crocheting
about the personal computer and how you can use it to open, close, save files,            Fee $69
create and edit documents. Student will also learn how to create spreadsheets             No prior knowledge of crocheting needed for this course, but it is a good way to
using simple formulas. This is a fun, informative class for all beginners or those        polish or brush up on long-forgotten skills. The purpose of this course is to teach
who have never taken a computer class.                                                    basic crochet techniques on a beginner’s level. Upon completion of the basic course,
BUS E07 701 6:00-8:00p              T       TW-TBA          PAARL      2/15-4/19          students will know how to form all of the basic crochet stitches, read patterns and
                                                                                          basic crochet symbols, and will have completed a gauge sampler and several small
                                                                                          projects. With this introduction and a few inexpensive tools and materials, it should
                                                                                          be possible to make most of the crochet projects featured in currently available
                                                                                          craft periodicals. For those students interested in improving their skills beyond the
                                                                                          basics, the course may be repeated on an advanced level. Students are required to
                                                                                          have the following supplies the first night of class: light colored (solid or variegated)
                                                                                          yarn in worsted weight, crochet hooks in a medium selections of sizes, (G, H, and I
                                                                                          are recommended), a pair of scissors, and note-taking materials.
                                                                                          HMK E16 701 7:00-9:00p                M        MA-3240           LICKO        2/14-4/18
HMK E21—Beginning Sewing                                                                 DNC E48—Country Western Line Dancing
Fee $99                                                                                  Fee $69
This sewing class is for beginners-to-advance students. Beginners will learn how         Enjoy the fun from this great aerobic exercise. You will learn all the basic line
to thread a sewing machine, read a pattern, and learn how to choose materials            dance steps, plus one or two dances every week. You’ll learn the ever popular
and notions for different projects. Advanced students will work on more detailed or      “Electric Slide” and the toe-tappin’, heel kickin’ “Boot Scootin’ Boogie”. This is just
complex patterns and designs with assistance. Attendees will need to bring their         for YOU-no partner necessary. So don’t miss this terrific way to “work out”.
own sewing machine. A basic supply list will be furnished prior to the start of class.   DNC E48 701 6:00-8:00p                M       UC-5559        ESHOO        2/14-3/14
HMK E21 701 7:00-9:00p                T     TW-TBA          FREEM        2/15-4/19       DNC E48 703       6:00-8:00p         M        UC-5559         ESHOO        3/21-4/18


Culinary Arts                                                                            Drafting
CKG E11—Cake Decorating                                                                  DRF E04—Architectural Drafting
Fee $69                                                                                  Tuition $137          Fee $137
This is a class that will cover basic cake decorating techniques. Students will          This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
learn how to use various cake decorating tools, how to use various icings, basic         age recommended for class is 18.
shapes and designs, as well as how to design and cover cakes for all occasions.          Graphic language of architecture and building construction. Basic drawing
There is an additional charge to be paid to the instructor for materials at the          techniques, orthographic projection applied to plans, elevation, freehand sketching,
beginning of each class.                                                                 dimensioning, and interpretation of design standards, construction systems and
CKG E11 701 6:30-8:30p              T      TW-TBA                   2/15-4/19            residence specifications are taught.
                                                                                         DRF E04 701 7:00-7:50p                TTH      MA-2369                     1/11-5/12
Dance                                                                                                      7:50-9:45p        TTH       MA-2369

DNC C04—Line Dancing Workout
Fee $69                                                                                  Education
Line dance has evolved into adult fitness through dance rhythms with an aerobic
feel.  Participants will learn popular, up-tempo dances in line formation that provide   EDU C17—Substitute Teaching
non-stop exercise.  They will receive fitness benefits by incorporating various dance    Fee $49
moves including Country, Urban, Jazz, Reggae, and Latin styles.  The dances might        Make your day of substitute teaching more than just “survival.” Be part of
be slow or fast.  The dancers vary in ages from teens to seniors and everything          the learning process and still have energy at the end of the assignment! This
in between.  It’s fun, great exercise and it will free the dancer in you! No dance       class presents professional, positive, and practical strategies which effectively
experience needed.  No partners needed — perfect for singles and couples!                meet the needs of anyone to substitute teach in today’s elementary and high
DNC C04 701 6:00-8:00p                  W      UC-5559         HOOKE       2/16-3/16     school classrooms. Classroom management strategies and curriculum-based
                                                                                         ideas presented in this class, prepare prospective substitute teachers to make
DNC C04 703       6:00-8:00p         W        UC-5559        HOOKE       3/23-4/20
                                                                                         valuable contributions to the education of students. The instructor draws from
                                                                                         experiences, both as a substitute and regular (K-12) classroom teacher to share
DNC C10—Stepping                                                                         techniques which are classroom effective. Certification and licensing procedures
Fee $69                                                                                  and employment prospects are discussed as part of the class.
Stepping is an organized form of rhythmic dance steps. Students will learn the           EDU C17 701 6:30-9:00p MTWTH MA-3365                       MERTE       1/24-2/3
basic steps, turns, how to return, stop after turn, with a partner. This style of        EDU C17 703       6:30-9:00p      MTWTH       MA-3365         MERTE         2/21-3/3
dancing is great cardiovascular exercise. This is also an excellent opportunity to
meet, socialize, learn the basic steps, and enjoy music at the same time. (Student
should wear comfortable clothes and dress shoes.)                                        Event Planning
DNC C10 701 6:00-8:00p               T       TW-TBA          DIXON     2/15-3/15
                                                                                         HOS E07—Community Event Planning
                                                                                         Fee $99
DNC C13—Salsa Dancing                                                                    Fundraisers, Community Fairs, Organization and Committee Celebrations, Reunions,
Fee $69                                                                                  Receptions, Church or religious based event management and more! It will all be
If you’ve ever enjoyed watching television programs like “Dancing with the Stars”        done in this course. We will cover budgeting, food, entertainment, marketing/PR
or “So You Think You Can Dance,” here’s an introductory Salsa class with you in          and a host of other needed components to create a well managed and efficient
mind! The student will learn the fundamental principles of partnering, dance floor       successful social event. This is a great opportunity for individuals who are interested
etiquette, timing, basic foot work, full and half turns, ‘cross body lead’, and useful   in this being an entrepreneurial venture. There is an additional charge of $8 (cash
salsa dance patterns. This class is a must for anyone who enjoys dancing. No             only) to be paid to instructor for materials on the first night of class no exceptions.
experience or partner is necessary.                                                      HOS E07 701 10:00-12:00p               S       UC-5160           KIMBA        1/22-3/12
DNC C13 701 6:30-8:00p               TH       UC-5559           TAYLO       2/17-3/17
DNC C13 703       6:30-8:00p         TH       UC-5559         TAYLO       3/24-4/21
                                                                                         Floral Design
DNC C15—Stepping II                                                                      HMK E38—Flower Arranging II
Fee $69                                                                                  Fee $69
You will continue to enjoy the basic dance count to stepping. Join us to sharpen         Prerequisite: Flower Arranging I
your dance skills and learn various turns and the upcoming 8-Step. This style of         This course is designed to give students the necessary skills to design a variety
dancing is a great way to get cardiovascular exercise while stepping to the latest       of advanced floral pieces for special occasions. Students will create a variety of
music. (Student should wear comfortable clothes dress shoes.)                            arrangements using armatures, aluminum wire, and bouquet holders. Discover
DNC C15 701 6:00-8:00p              T      TW-TBA          DIXON      3/22-4/19          techniques for hand-tied and bridal bouquets using bouquet holders. New
                                                                                         techniques for corsages and boutonnieres using aluminum wire. Students will
                                                                                         create flower arrangement using fresh and silk flowers course are taught by
                                                                                         professional floral designer. There is an additional charge for course materials to
                                                                                         be paid to instructor on the first night of class no exceptions.
                                                                                         HMK E38 701 6:00-8:00p                T        TW-2612        KARAL    2/15-4/19
Food Service Sanitation                                                                CSA E30—CPR/AED Renewal (American Heart Association)
                                                                                       Fee $79
FDS C05—Food Service Recertification                                                   Prerequisite: Participants must have a current CPR Card to enroll in this course
Fee $69                                                                                Healthcare Providers may renew their CPR cards by taking this course. Upon
This course meets the requirements set by the Illinois Department of Public Health     successful completion, participants will receive a “CPR for Healthcare Providers”
for the renewal of the food service sanitation manager’s certificate. Students will    card, which is valid for two (2) years.
be updated on current Illinois codes regarding food service sanitation. Attendance     CSA E30 701        9:00-1:30p        F      MA-3161        CZERN              1/14
is mandatory for recertification and you must bring your current certification card.
(CARD MUST BE CURRENT; NO EXCEPTIONS).                                                 CSA E30 703       4:00-8:30p        TH       MA-3161         CZERN             1/20
FDS C05 701       4:00-9:00p        M        UC-5680        DOHM               3/21    CSA E30 705       9:00-1:30p         S       UC-5230         CZERN             1/29
                                                                                       CSA E30 707       9:00-1:30p         F       MA-3161         CZERN              2/4
FDS E10—Food Service Certification
                                                                                       CSA E30 709       4:00-8:30p        TH       UC-5230         CZERN             2/17
Fee $119
This course is geared toward the manager or supervisor employed in the                 CSA E30 711       9:00-1:30p         S       UC-5230         CZERN             2/19
food service field. Emphasis is on food protection through sanitation training.        CSA E30 713       9:00-1:30p         S       UC-5230         CZERN              3/5
Successful completion of course and qualifying examination prepares an
individual for certification. Student MUST attend all class sessions and fulfill       CSA E30 715       4:00-8:30p        TH       MA-3161         CZERN             3/24
testing requirements in order to be eligible for State certification. No Exceptions.   CSA E30 717       9:00-1:30p         S       UC-5230         CZERN              4/2
Required textbook is available in the College bookstore and must be
                                                                                       CSA E30 719       9:00-1:30p         F       MA-3161         CZERN              4/8
purchased before first class meeting.
FDS E10 701       5:00-9:00p        M        UC-5680          DOHM          2/7-3/7    CSA E30 721       9:00-1:30p         F       MA-3161         CZERN             4/29
                                                                                       CSA E30 723       4:00-8:30p        TH       UC-5230         CZERN              5/5
Health & Technology Programs
                                                                                       DIR E01—Basic Activity Director
American Heart Association (CPR And First Aid Courses)                                 Fee $399
                                                                                       The comprehensive course meets the Illinois Department of Public Health
CSA C06-Adult CPR/ First Aid/AED (American Heart Association)                          requirements for Activity Directors. The course covers federal, state, JCAHO,
Fee $79                                                                                and other regulatory expectations including comprehensive assessments, care
This course is designed for the general public and will teach participants how         planning, programming, etiology and symptomatology of persons who are
to perform Adult CPR, how to use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED), and        aged and a variety of other aspects of designing an effective activity programs.
the basics of first aid. Upon successful completion, participants will receive an      Following successful completion of the course, participants will receive 36-hour
American Heart Association Adult CPR/AED First Aid card, which is valid for two        Activity Director Certificate. There is an additional charge of $50 (cash only) to be
(2) years.                                                                             paid to instructor for materials on the first night of class no exceptions. Student
CSA C06 701        9:00-2:00p      F       MA-3161        CZERN             2/25       MUST attend all class sessions in order to receive 36-hour certificate.
CSA C06 703       9:00-2:00p        F        UC-5230        CZERN              4/1     DIR E01 701        8:00-5:00p         TTH      MA-3351         HAMIL       2/1-2/15
CSA C06 705       9:00-2:00p        F        UC-5230        CZERN              5/6
                                                                                       Home Day Care
CSA E29—CPR/AED for Healthcare Providers (American Heart                               CHD E01—Business of Home Child Care
Association)                                                                           Fee $100
Fee $85                                                                                This class helps and encourages the individual who is looking to become self
This course is designed for Healthcare Providers such as Nurses, Nursing Assistants,   employed and who wants to be part of the Child Care industry. Help them to
and other Healthcare Providers. Upon successful completion, participants will          deepen their “why” for their Home Business, customize the type of child
receive a “CPR for Healthcare Providers” card, which is valid for two (2) years.       care service they would like, develop what works best for their home, how to
CSA E29 701        9:00-1:30p        F       MA-3161         CZERN             1/14    appropriately set up their home environment for the children in which they will
CSA E29 703       4:00-8:30p        TH      MA-3161         CZERN             1/20     be servicing, how to acquire clients and how to build a strong and successful
                                                                                       business for years to come. This class is also for those individuals who are already
CSA E29 705       9:00-1:30p        S        UC-5230        CZERN             1/29
                                                                                       in the industry who need guidance and support. Helps them to develop a better
CSA E29 707       9:00-1:30p        F       MA-3161         CZERN              2/4     program that is comfortable for the children they service and simple to use.
CSA E29 709       4:00-8:30p        TH       UC-5230        CZERN             2/17     CHD E01 701      10:00-1:00p        S         UC-5700         SIMMO       1/22-5/21

CSA E29 711       9:00-1:30p        S        UC-5230        CZERN             2/19
CSA E29 713       9:00-1:30p        S        UC-5230        CZERN              3/5     Human Services
CSA E29 715       4:00-8:30p        TH      MA-3161         CZERN             3/24     COM E15—Sign Language of the Deaf II for Adults
                                                                                       Fee $99
CSA E29 717       9:00-1:30p        S        UC-5230        CZERN              4/2
                                                                                       Prerequisite: COM E14 or permission of the instructor
CSA E29 719       9:00-1:30p        F       MA-3161         CZERN              4/8     This is a continuation with emphasis on building vocabulary and improving the
CSA E29 721       9:00-1:30p        F       MA-3161         CZERN             4/29     receptive and expressive skills necessary to communicate in the language of
                                                                                       sign. There will be additional information given out regarding deaf culture and
CSA E29 723       4:00-8:30p        TH       UC-5230        CZERN              5/5     different aspects of deafness. An additional 450 signs will be taught during this
                                                                                       second ten-week session for a semester total of approximately 850 signs.
                                                                                       COM E15 701 6:00-8:00p              M      MA-3135        WORLE 2/14-/4/11
International Languages                                                                Mental Health Education
COM E47—Spanish I - Conversational                                                     MHA C12—Feel Better - Emotionally & Physically
Fee $89                                                                                Fee $25
This is a beginning conversational Spanish course, which starts out with phonetic      This class is for you if you are bothered by Stress, Fears, Anger, Grief, Trauma/
pronunciation of the Spanish alphabet and groups of phrases and words. It then         PTSD , Acid Reflux/Other Digestive Problems or other emotional/physical issues.
quickly develops into a conversational course through the addition of a vocabulary     You will learn a simple and effective method to lessen or even eliminate your
list every other week, along with verbs, adjectives, conjunctions, articles, and       symptoms. The method that is used is called EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques)
other parts of speech. Textbook included.                                              and is very effective. You will also learn Muscle Testing (A.K., Applied Kinesiology.)
COM E47 701 7:00-9:00p              T       TW-TBA         AGUAY 2/15-/4/12            Optional fee: $10.00 for an instructional video and/or manual.
                                                                                       MHA C12 701 7:00-9:00p                 TH     MA-3159         MASBA              3/3
COM E48—Spanish II - Conversational                                                    MHA C12 703       7:00-9:00p         TH      MA-3159         MASBA               4/7
Fee $69
This class is an advanced Spanish course for students who have completed               MHA C20—Near Death Experiences (NDE’s & OBE’s), Real or Imaginary
Spanish I. The course will emphasize grammar, vocabulary, reading and forming          Fee $20
sentence structure and conversation.                                                   Those who experienced a “Near Death Experience” (NDE) or an “Out of Body
COM E48 701 10:00-12:00p           S     UC-5140        AGUAY      2/19-4/16           Experience” (OBE) say they are very real and life changing, for the better. Their
                                                                                       stories may sound weird, hallucinogenic or even sacrilegious. The instructor, a 16
COM E63—Arabic I, Conversational                                                       year hospice volunteer, has talked to many people who had experiences similar
Fee $99                                                                                to those recorded by Dr. Elizabeth Kubler Ross (“On Death and Dying”) and Dr.
This introductory course is designed to teach the phonetic pronunciation of the        Raymond Moody, (“Life after Life”). Come hear about them and/or share your
Arabic alphabet, as well as group phrases and words. Students will become              own experience. Hear about the death experience and the “Other Side”.
familiar with the Arabic script and sound system, develop a working vocabulary         MHA C20 701 7:00-9:00p            TH       MA-3159        MASBA            3/24
through the use of vocabulary lists, learn rudimentary grammatical concepts,
practice conversational dialogues and learn the different parts of speech. This
course quickly develops into a conversational course.                                  Music
COM E63 701 6:00-8:00p              W      MA-3163       HEGAZ 2/16-4/20               MUS C22—Guitar Advanced
                                                                                       Fee $150
                                                                                       Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
Management Information Systems                                                         A higher level of note reading will be achieved and also more challenging songs
MIS E04—Windows Operating Systems                                                      and strums; finger picking may also be introduced.
Tuition $104          Fee $99                                                          MUS C22 701 7:30-9:00p              TH      MA-1108       KELLE      1/13-5/12
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
age recommended for class is 18.                                                       MUS E01—Guitar I
A study of the fundamentals of Microsoft Windows Vista operating system
                                                                                       Fee $150
environment for microcomputers. The student will explore the unique hardware
                                                                                       Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
of microcomputers that is controlled by the operating system and the commands
                                                                                       Beginning instruction in playing guitar. The student will learn to tune the guitar to
that control the Windows environment. The student will customize and manage            the piano, pitch pipe or cross-string tuning to play simple chord accompaniment
the Windows system.                                                                    to popular songs and to read common guitar chord symbols. The student will be
MIS E04 703        6:15-9:45p          TH      MA-3348                    1/10-5/12
                                                                                       introduced to note reading.
                                                                                       MUS E01 701 7:30-9:00p               M       MA-1108          KELLE       1/10-5/9
Media
                                                                                       MUS E02—Guitar Intermediate
HUM E09—Media Styling                                                                  Fee $150
Fee $99                                                                                Minimum age recommended for class is 18.
This course provides a dynamic industry overview of what it takes to work behind       This course is a continuation of guitar instruction that began in MUS E01. The
the scenes in media. Students will explore the field of media styling. This course     student will learn to tune the guitar to the piano, pitch pipe or cross-string tuning;
will cover rare instructional information and is offered to anyone interested in an    to play simple chord accompaniment to popular songs and to read common
exciting career styling in the areas of makeup, hair and wardrobe. Discussions will    guitar chord symbols.
include what working behind the scenes entails. Students will analyze portfolios       MUS E02 701 7:30-9:00p                T       MA-1108          KELLE       1/11-5/10
of celebrity hair and makeup artist, students will also research photographers
and create a self promotion/marketing action plan. Topics include: Areas of
media, freelancing, agencies, tools of the trade, Portfolio building, testing with     MUS E09—Class Piano
photographers, what key decision makers look for, and Self promotion/marketing.        Tuition $53            Fee $49
Additionally, this course offers career/development referrals and real resources to    This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
aid in entering into this industry.                                                    age recommended for class is 18.
HUM E09 701 6:00-7:45p                T      MA-2470         BINDE       2/15-3/8      This course is designed for the adult beginner who wishes to learn the piano by
                                                                                       playing chords quickly with both hands, using songs that are familiar and tuneful.
HUM E09 703       6:00-7:45p        T       MA-2470         BINDE       3/22-4/12
                                                                                       Progress in learning is in proportion to daily practice, so it is helpful to have a
                                                                                       piano or keyboard at home.
                                                                                       MUS E09 701         1:00-1:50p        TTH      MA-1111         CHOU        1/11-5/12
                                                                                       MUS E09 703       7:00-8:40p         W       MA-1111         KAPLAN       1/12-5/11
MUS E11—Class Piano - Intermediate                                                     MUS E16—Percussion Ensemble
Tuition $53            Fee $49                                                         Tuition $10              Fee $10
Prerequisite: MUS E09 or consent of instructor                                         This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum   age recommended for class is 18.
age recommended for class is 18.                                                       Study and performance of music written or arranged specifically for a variety of
This class is a continuation of MUS E09 with further development of pianistic skills   percussion instruments. Ability to read music required. Admission based on audition
for non-music majors.                                                                  or invitation only. For further details please contact the Music Department, ext. 2316.
MUS E11 701         1:00-1:50p        TTH      MA-1111         CHOU        1/11-5/12   MUS E16 701 5:30-6:20p                   TH      MA-1137         ELLIS     1/13-5/12
MUS E11 703      7:00-8:40p         W       MA-1111        KAPLAN       1/12-5/11
                                                                                       MUS E18—South Suburban Chorale
                                                                                       Tuition $10            Fee $10
MUS E17—Class Voice
                                                                                       This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
Tuition $53           Fee $49
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum   age recommended for class is 18.
                                                                                       A symphonic chorus for experienced singers in the Chicago south suburban and
age recommended for class is 18.
Group lessons introducing the fundamentals of breathing, diction, phrasing             Calumet area to perform master choral works and classical selections. Open to
                                                                                       experienced singers of the community upon consultation. Call (708) 596-2000, ext.
dynamics and interpretation of song literature.
                                                                                       2316 for more information.
MUS E17 701 9:00-10:56a                T       MA-1108        ULREICH      1/11-5/10
                                                                                       MUS E18 701         2:00-3:15p        MW       MA-1137         JACKS       1/10-5/11
                                                                                       MUS E18 703        7:00-9:45p           M        MA-TBA            JACKS         1/10-5/9
MUS E20—Class Voice II
Tuition $53           Fee $49
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum   MUS E21—Jazz Band
age recommended for class is 18.                                                       Tuition $10            Fee $10
Group lessons introducing the fundamentals of breathing, diction, phrasing,            This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
dynamics and interpretation of song literature. This course is a continuation of       age recommended for class is 18.
course instruction begun in MUS E17.                                                   Consultation with the director is required. Call (708) 596-2000, ext. 2316 for
MUS E20 701        2:00-3:56p          T       MA-1108        ULREICH      1/11-5/10   more information.
                                                                                       MUS E21 701         4:00-5:15p        MW       MA-1137         HOEFL       1/10-5/11
MUS E41—Children’s Piano I - Beginning                                                 MUS E21 703         4:00-5:15p         MW        MA-1137           MILLE        1/10-5/11
Fee $69                                                                                MUS E21 705        7:00-9:45p           W        MA-1137           HOEFL        1/12-5/11
(Ages 6-10)
Lessons will include theory, note reading, technique and some performance.
Student will have 16 half-hour group lessons. Parent must accompany child to           MUS E39—Symphonic Band
each lesson. Each student must have a piano at home, or at least a keyboard for        Tuition $10           Fee $10
daily practice. Two textbooks required.                                                This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
MUS E41 701 5:00-5:30p            T       MA-1111       LEWIS       1/11-5/10          age recommended for class is 18.
                                                                                       Open to the experienced musicians of the community and advanced high school
                                                                                       musicians, this course covers music of all styles utilizing full instrumentation.
MUS E94—Music Theory                                                                   Open to experienced community and student instrumentalists. Consultation with
Tuition $53          Fee $49                                                           the director is required. Call 596-2000, ext. 2316.
College credit class with limited seating for non-credit students.                     MUS E39 701 7:00-9:45p                 TH      MA-1137         HOEFL      1/13-5/12
Materials and structures of music, including basic acoustics, fundamentals,
notation, melodic and harmonic analysis, composition and performance.
MUS E94 701 10:30-11:45a            TTH      MA-1232         CHOU  1/11-5/12           MUS E42—Aural Foundations of Improvisation I
                                                                                       Tuition $10           Fee $10
                                                                                       Prerequisite: Three years prior musical experience or instructor approval
MUS E95—Ear Training I                                                                 This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
Tuition $53          Fee $49                                                           age recommended for class is 18.
College credit class with limited seating for non-credit students.                     Development of aural recognition and responses to the fundamental elements of melody
Prerequisite: MUS 100 or proficiency or concurrent enrollment in MUS E94               and harmony within the be-bop style (ca. 1940). Open to all experienced performers.
Development of skills needed to read, hear, and notate musical rhythms, melodic        MUS E42 701 7:00-8:54p                 T       MA-1137         TRITT      1/13-5/10
intervals, and simple melodies, plus one hour of individual computer lab work.
MUS E95 701 12:00-12:50p            TTH      MA-1232         CHOU     1/11-5/12
                                                                                       MUS E51—Woodwind Ensemble
                                                                                       Tuition $10                Fee $10
Music Performance Organizations                                                        This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
                                                                                       age recommended for class is 18.
MUS C52—French Horn Ensemble                                                           Study and performance of music written or arranged specifically for woodwind ensemble.
Tuition $10           Fee $10                                                          Admission based on audition or invitation only (only accepting bassoonists, oboists,
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum   clarinets, and flutists). For further details please contact the Music Department, ext. 2316.
age recommended for class is 18.                                                       MUS E51 701 5:30-6:20p                      TH       MA-1108          KAPLA     1/13-5/12
Literature for French horn ensemble. Admission based on audition or invitation
only. For further details please contact the Music Department, ext. 2316.
MUS C52 701 5:30-6:20p                 W       MA-1108         KAPLA       1/12-5/11   MUS E52—Jazz Combo
                                                                                       Tuition $10           Fee $10
                                                                                       This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
                                                                                       age recommended for class is 18.
                                                                                       Music selected from a wide variety of sources and periods. For further details
                                                                                       please contact the Music Department, ext. 2316.
                                                                                       MUS E52 701 5:30-6:20p                 W       MA-1137         MILLE       1/12-5/11
MUS E53—Saxophone Ensemble                                                             Nursing
Tuition $10           Fee $10
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum   NUR E03—Train-the-Trainer: CNA Instructor Course For Registered
age recommended for class is 18.                                                       Nurses
Study and performance of music written or arranged specifically for saxophones.        Fee $299
Admission based on audition or invitation only. For further details please contact     This workshop has been approved by the Illinois Department of Public Health, and
the Music Department, ext. 2316.                                                       will certify each participant as a nursing assistant instructor. Upon successful
MUS E53 701 10:00-10:50a               F       MA-1137         TRITT       1/14-5/13   completion of this workshop you will be qualified to teach a basic nursing assistant
                                                                                       course anywhere in the State of Illinois. However, you will be required to complete
                                                                                       the Evaluators’ workshop, which may be offered at the end of this course on our
MUS E57—Brass Ensemble                                                                 campus, or you may be required to go elsewhere to complete this requirement.
Tuition $10           Fee $10                                                          Textbook Required. Student MUST attend all class sessions no exceptions.
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum   NUR E03 701       8:00-4:00p         S       UC-TBA           KILPA         3/5-4/2
age recommended for class is 18.
Study and performance of music written or arranged specifically for brass              NUR E03 703        8:00-4:00p          S        UC-5320           KILPA       4/16-5/14
ensemble. Admission based on audition or invitation only. For further details
please contact the Music Department, ext. 2316.
MUS E57 701        4:30-5:20p          TH      MA-1108         KAPLA       1/13-5/12   Office Administration & Technology
                                                                                       OAT E04—Access 2007
                                                                                       Tuition $104          Fee $99
Music - Private Applied                                                                This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
MUS C28-MUS E67—Private Applied Music Lessons for Adults and                           age recommended for class is 18.
                                                                                       Learn the core and expert features of Access including tables, relationships
Children (8-Private Lessons)
                                                                                       between table, forms, links, reports, queries, filters, macros, and how to integrate
Tuition $20            Fee $125
                                                                                       Access data with Excel and Word. Receive excellent preparation for the MOS exam.
If one-on-one instruction is more your style, then enroll in one of our many private
                                                                                       Online students must have an Internet connection, be familiar with downloading
applied music classes. Students will receive eight 30-minute private lessons for
                                                                                       and uploading files, and have access to Microsoft Office 2007, including Word,
major instruments or voice. The class times and days for lessons will be arranged
                                                                                       Access, and Excel.
with instructor. Call 596-2000, ext. 2316. (Lessons begin the week of January 10,
                                                                                       OAT E04 701         INTERNET                                   PELEC       1/10-5/13
2011.) Note: Private applied lessons are provided in eight-week units; students
desiring a full semester should register for both classes in the following pairs,
though registration for the second eight weeks may be deferred until mid-March.        OAT E05—Excel 2007
First 8-weeks: 1/10/2011—2/28/2011: Second 8-weeks: 3/14/2011—5/2/2011.                Tuition $104          Fee $99
MUS C28 731 761 Jazz Guitar                  MA-1102          MILLE.                   This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
MUS E26 731 761 Folk Guitar                  MA-1102           KELLE                   age recommended for class is 18.
MUS E26 733 763 Folk Guitar                  MA-1102          MILLE.                   Microsoft Excel 2004 used to create and use spreadsheets for activities such as
MUS E27 731 761 Modern Guitar                MA-1102           KELLE                   preparing financial statements and budgets, and analyzing cash flow and creating
MUS E27 733 763 Modern Guitar                MA-1102          MILLE.                   “what if” situations. Covering both Core and Expert levels of skill, this course is an
MUS E28 731 761 Bass Guitar                  MA-1108           KELLE                   excellent preparation for the MOS certification exam. Online students must have
MUS E31 731 761           Piano              MA-1106          BOURG                    an Internet connection, be familiar with downloading and uploading files, and
MUS E31 733 763           Piano              MA-1106          DEYOU                    have access to Microsoft Office 2007, including Word, Access and Excel.
MUS E31 735 765           Piano              MA-1106           SLUIS                   OAT E05 701         INTERNET                                  MCMAH        1/10-5/13
MUS E31 737 767           Piano              MA-1106             LEE
MUS E31 739 769           Piano              MA-1225           CHOU
MUS E31 741 771           Piano              MA-1104           LEWIS                   OAT E06—Powerpoint 2007
MUS E32 731 761           Voice              MA-1110          JACKS                    Tuition $104           Fee $99
MUS E32 733 763           Voice              MA-1106             LEE                   This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
MUS E32 735 765           Voice              MA-1104            KIRK                   age recommended for class is 18.
MUS E32 737 767           Voice              MA-1104          LOWCZ                    Microsoft PowerPoint 2004 used to create quality, professional slide presentations
MUS E 32 739 769          Voice              MA-1225           CHOU                    run electronically suing a projection device or as a virtual presentation on the Internet.
MUS E32 741 771           Voice              MA-1112          CARTE                    Covering all necessary skills, including the addition of multimedia, this course is an
MUS E32 743 773           Voice              MA-1112          ULREIC                   excellent preparation for the MOS certification exam. Online students must have an
MUS E33 731 761 Tuba/Euphonium               MA-1137          WEBER                    Internet connection, be familiar with downloading and uploading files, and have
MUS E33 733 763Brass (Trombone)              MA-1232          BRATH                    access to Microsoft Office 2007, including Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.
MUS E33 735 765 Brass (Trumpet)              MA-1112          MADON                    OAT E06 731        8:30-12:00p        TTH       MA-3343                       3/15-5/12
MUS E34 731 761          Clarinet            MA-1102          GAWTH
MUS E34 733 763 Saxophone                    MA-1112            TRITT                  OAT E08—Business English
MUS E34 735 765            Flute             MA-1102           PATTE                   Tuition $104          Fee $99
MUS E36 731 761 Percussion                   MA-1137            ELLIS                  This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
MUS E37 731 761           Organ              MA-1106          DEYOU                    age recommended for class is 18.
MUS E38 731 761 Classical Guitar             MA-1102           MILLE                   Review and master grammar, sentence structure, punctuation, spelling,
MUS E38 733 763 Classical Guitar             MA-1102           KELLE                   vocabulary, expression of numbers and capitalization rules. Textbook required
MUS E60 731 761           Violin             MA-1112           KWOK                    OAT E08 701        9:00-12:20p         M       MA-3343                       1/10-5/9
MUS E61 731 761            Viola             MA-1112           KWOK
                                                                                       OAT E08 703        6:15-9:45p          W       MA-3343                       1/12-5/11
MUS E64 731 761           Oboe               MA-1112           BIBZA
MUS E65 731 761          Bassoon             MA-1112           BIBZA                   OAT E08 705         INTERNET                                    MCMAH        1/10-5/13
MUS E67 731 761 French Horn                  MA-1108          KAPLA
OAT E09—Business Communication                                                         OAT E20—Advanced Web Page Authoring [Dreamweaver]
Tuition $104          Fee $99                                                          Tuition $104          Fee $99
Prerequisite: OAT E13                                                                  *Excellent preparation for the MOS EXAM.
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum   This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
age recommended for class is 18.                                                       age recommended for class is 18.
Effective communication is studied with an emphasis on the preparation of              This course is designed to present more sophisticated tools to enhance web
business documents. Proper spelling, punctuation, document formatting, and             pages. Students will create web pages that incorporate forms, tables, frames,
grammar is stressed. Textbook required.                                                image maps, original animated graphics, and style sheets. Online students must
OAT E09 701        9:00-10:50a        TTH      MA-3428                     1/11-5/12   have their own access to an Internet connect, access to the appropriate hardware
                                                                                       and software including Dreamweaver 2007, Word 2007, Access 2007, and Excel
OAT E09 703       6:15-9:45p        TH      MA-3343                     1/13-5/12
                                                                                       2007. Textbook required.
OAT E09 705        INTERNET                                             1/10-5/13      OAT E20 701        6:15-9:45p          TH      MA-3428                    1/10-5/12

OAT E15—Basic Keyboarding Skills
Tuition $104          Fee $99                                                          Personal Development
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum   PER C05—Don’t Be Poor Anymore-Live a Millionaire Lifestyle on a
age recommended for class is 18.                                                       Pauper Budget
Using multimedia software on a computer, you will learn to key alphabetic              Fee $49
characters without looking. This course is recommended before taking other             We live in a country that provides many options and opportunities to thrive
computer courses. Textbook required.                                                   financially, however, most people are unaware of the resources available to
OAT E15 701       12:05-12:55p        TTH      MA-3343                     1/11-5/12   them. This class will teach you how to gain multiple streams of income free and
OAT E15 703       6:15-7:55p        T       MA-3343                     1/11-5/10      effortlessly. It will also show you how to get multitudes of products and services
                                                                                       for free or for a fraction of the retail price regardless of your income level. Topics
OAT E15 705      10:00-11:40a      MW       MA-3428                      late start
                                                                                       included are: How to get free vacations and airfare, books, college, legal advice
OAT E15 709        INTERNET                                 MCMAH        late start    and forms, telephone services, healthcare services, household goods, jewelry,
                                                                                       etc. Also learn where to get incredibly low cost big ticket items such as houses,
                                                                                       cars, boats, and so much more!
OAT E16—Document Formatting I
                                                                                       PER C05 701          6:15-9:15p        W        MA-3262         RATH              3/2
Tuition $104          Fee $99
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
age recommended for class is 18.                                                       VOC C01—Travel the World without Spending a World of Money
Students will reinforce basic keyboarding skills, improving speed and accuracy.        Fee $49
Students will also improve language arts skills, and using Microsoft Word 2703,        This class will teach you how to travel almost anywhere in the world for free
learn to format reports, tables, and business correspondence. Textbook required.       or for dirt-cheap. The best internet travel websites, and free travel information
OAT E16 701        6:15-9:45p          TH      MA-3349                    1/13-5/12    resources will be discussed. Also, included in this class will be: information on
                                                                                       getting paid to drive and relocate luxury vehicles in the United States; how to
                                                                                       get hotel rooms for free or for a fraction of the retail price; how to travel as an
OAT E17 —Keyboarding Skills I
                                                                                       international courier for a few hundred dollars or less; how to get free cruises,
Tuition $104          Fee $99
                                                                                       what credit cards offer free airline tickets, and so much more! If you love to travel,
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
                                                                                       you won’t want to miss this class.
age recommended for class is 18.
                                                                                       VOC C01 701 6:15-9:15p                 M       MA-3262        RATH               3/7
Improve your typing speed and accuracy by using a proven multimedia software
program, which prescribes work based on your individual needs. Textbook
required.
OAT E17 701       10:00-11:50a        TTH      MA-3343         PELEC       1/11-5/12
                                                                                       Physical Education
OAT E17 703        INTERNET                                 MCMAH       1/10-5/13      PE E09—Free Weights I
                                                                                       Tuition $33           Fee $33
                                                                                       This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
OAT E19—Word 2007                                                                      age recommended for class is 18.
Tuition $104          Fee $99                                                          Improvements of muscle tone and joint range of movement (flexibility) are
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum   stressed. Students work at their own pace.
age recommended for class is 18.                                                       PE E09 701        10:00-10:50a        MW        FC-0125                    1/10-5/11
This course is designed to provide students with instruction in the beginning
                                                                                       PE E09 705        2:00-2:50p        MW        FC-0125                     1/10-5/11
and advanced functions of Microsoft Word including creating, editing, storing,
enhancing, merging and printing documents as well as creating headers,                 PE E09 731        7:00-8:50p        TTH       FC-0125                     1/11-5/12
footers, footnotes, endnotes, table, charts, macros and adding images, Working         PE E09 761        7:00-8:50p        TTH       FC-0125                    3/15-5/12
with styles, creating fill-in forms and sorting is also covered. Previous keyboard
experience necessary. This course is an excellent preparation for the MOS exam.
Online students must have an Internet connection, be familiar with downloading         PE E23—T’ai Chi (Stress Reducing Techniques and Exercise)
and uploading files, and have access to Microsoft Office 2007, including Word,         Fee $69
Access, and Excel.                                                                     T’ai Chi is widely known for its health benefits and is practiced worldwide as a
OAT E19 701        8:30-11:50a        MW       MA-3428         PELEC       1/10-5/11   therapeutic exercise. Studies have shown that Tai Chi can help improve such
                                                                                       conditions as arthritis, heart disease, high blood pressure, poor posture, back
OAT E19 703        INTERNET                                 MCMAH       1/10-5/13
                                                                                       and spinal problems, as well as increase strength, mobility, and endurance; if
                                                                                       practiced it, can contribute to better balance, strengthening of the leg muscles,
                                                                                       and improved breathing. The class will also teach some pressure points for relief
                                                                                       of pain. Students should wear loose, comfortable clothing to class. T’ai Chi can
                                                                                       be practiced by anyone, regardless of age or fitness level.
                                                                                       PE E23 701        7:00-9:00p         T      TW-TBA          GUERR      2/15-4/12
PE E25—Yoga: Beginning                                                                 RES E05—Real Estate Principles
Fee $59                                                                                Tuition $104          Fee $99
Hatha yoga is an ancient system of body movements; breathing practices, stress         This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
reduction, increases body awareness, and deep relaxation, which promotes               age recommended for class is 18.
strength, flexibility and increased mental clarity. Yoga releases toxins and           An introductory course covering the fundamentals of real estate and ownership.
tensions from body and mind and refreshes you with increased energy and a              Fulfills 45-hour state requirement for taking the salesperson’s exam; students
sense of well-being. Students should bring their own exercise mat. Optional yoga       must pass instructor’s exam in order to sit for the state exam. Textbook Required.
aids are available for purchase at an additional cost to student.                      RES E05 701 7:00-9:45p                 M       MA-TBA          GROD         1/10-5/9
PE E25 701         7:00-8:30p       M       MA-3161         HALBE    2/14-4/11


PE E11—Low Impact/Step Aerobics
                                                                                       Sports
Tuition $33           Fee $33                                                          SRT E12—Introduction to Golf
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum   Fee $99
age recommended for class is 18.                                                       This class is for those who have never played the game or those needing to
Students will study the cardiovascular system and participate in low impact/step       review grip, stance, and swing basics. The first class will meet at the college with
aerobics. Students will work to obtain 70% of their maximum heart rate for a           the remaining four at a local practice facility. Students will need to bring a high
thirty-minute period.                                                                  numbered iron (8 or 9) to the second class and a putter to the last class. First
PE E11 701         6:00-6:50p         TTH      FC-0125                     1/11-5/12   class will be held at South Suburban College; other classes will meet at a local
                                                                                       driving range and golf course located in Indiana; student must pay additional fees
PE E11 703        6:00-7:40p        F        FC-0125                    1/14-5/13
                                                                                       for driving range and green fees.
                                                                                       SRT E12 701       6:00-7:30p       W        MA-3363          TOMIC          4/6-5/4
PE E12—Advanced Impact Step Aerobics
Tuition $33           Fee $33
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum   Total Quality Management
age recommended for class is 18.
Participation in advanced impact/step aerobics to maintain a designated                TQM E10—Total Quality Management
                                                                                       Tuition $104          Fee $99
maximum heart rate for a thirty-minute period. Incorporation of the study of the
                                                                                       This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum
cardiovascular system.
                                                                                       age recommended for class is 18.
PE E12 701         6:00-6:50p         TTH      FC-0125                     1/11-5/12
                                                                                       This course is designed to provide students with the essentials of Total Quality
PE E12 703        6:00-7:40p        F        FC-0125                    1/14-5/13      Management, including the history, theory, and the applications. Examples
                                                                                       from well-known companies and their experiences with TQM are included. Also
PE E70—Foundations of Fitness I-IV                                                     included will be an examination of the traditional roles of management versus the
Tuition $33           Fee $33                                                          management practices of TQM, i.e., paradigm shift.
This is a college credit class with limited seating for non-credit students. Minimum   TQM E10 701 7:00-9:45p                 M       MA-3448                      1/10-5/9
age recommended for class is 18.                                                       TQM E10 761       11:00-1:45p       TTH      MA-3361                     3/15-5/12
This course acquaints the student with a basic knowledge and understanding of
physical conditioning programs.
PE E70 701         9:00-9:50a         MW        FC-FTLB                    1/10-5/11   Travel Agent Training
PE E70 703        7:00-7:50p       MW        FC-FTLB                    1/10-5/11      VOC E21—Travel Career Training
PE E70 705        9:00-9:50a       TTH       FC-FTLB                     1/11-5/12     Fee $299
                                                                                       Learn the basic skills and gain knowledge unique to the travel business. Topics
PE E70 707       6:00-6:50p        TTH       FC-FTLB                    1/11-5/12      covered will include: introduction to domestic and international air travel,
                                                                                       vacation packages, tour operations and program, cruise travel, ticketing, industry
                                                                                       sales techniques and home based agents. Job search and preparation, including
Real Estate                                                                            writing resumes and handling interviews, also will be discussed.
RES C02—Ready for Riches in Real Estate                                                VOC E21 701 6:30-9:30p            TTH     MA-3244          FALCO        4/5-5/5
Fee $79
If you’ve ever seen those infomercials about how to become a real estate               VOC E25—Home Based/Part-Time Travel Agent
millionaire, and wondered if you could do it too; well this class is the class that    Fee $69
will show you how. This all inclusive seminar will answer every question you may       Developments in technology have produced exciting new career opportunities
have had regarding real estate investing including: how to acquire a property for      in the travel industry. This seminar will include the basic steps on how to affiliate
20-60% of its market value, bid for property at auctions, acquire foreclosures,        yourself with an agency, allowing you the freedom to work out of your home. Other
purchase tax liens, as well as how to do your own title search on a property, and      topics covered include hardware/software requirements, commission splits, and
how to inspect a property before purchase, etc. Investment strategies such as          other training needed, as well as how to take advantage of travel benefits and
buying/flipping vs. renting and financing options will also be discussed. Learn        discounts. You will be given a realistic portrayal of the travel industry, learning
how to retire rich, or just get your dream home for a fraction of the price.           about the pitfalls to avoid. Students will be provided with a detailed manual on
RES C02 701        6:15-9:15p         M      MA-3262         RATH            3/14      setting up and operating a home-based travel business.
                                                                                       VOC E25 701 6:30-9:30p               TH       MA-3357         FALCO           2/17
RES C03—Hassle Free Land Lording/Property Management                                   VOC E25 703       6:30-9:30p        TH       MA-3357         FALCO             3/17
Fee $49
Learn all the principles of property management and be a landlord. This seminar
will cover how to attract, screen and retain quality tenants. Learn how to run
a credit check, handle repair issues, and what to include on a lease. Students
will also learn policies and procedures, landlord forms, and records will also be
discussed, as well as protecting one’s own interests as a landlord.
RES C03 701        6:15-9:15p        W      MA-3262         RATH             3/9
Writing                                                                                Accounting
ENG E17—Becoming a Published Author                                                    ACC E01—Accounting Fundamentals
Fee $29                                                                                Fee $99
A book can’t be written in one night! Writers interested in becoming published         Demand for accounting professionals currently exceeds supply. If you’re
should attend this class, and look forward to learning the process of becoming         interested in increasing your financial awareness and accountability while also
a published author. Topics include: manuscript preparation, obtaining a literary       gaining a marketable skill, this course is for you. You’ll learn the basics of double-
agent, finding a publisher, self-publishing, and marketing on the Internet. This       entry bookkeeping, while also learning how to analyze and record financial
course is ideal for non-fiction, fiction, and poetry writers.                          transactions, as well as prepare various financial reports at the end of the fiscal
ENG E17 701 7:30-9:30p                 F       MA-3163        BANKS       2/18         period. Accounts receivable, accounts payable, payroll procedures, sales taxes,
                                                                                       and various common banking activities will be discussed. We’ll cover all the
ENG E17 703       7:30-9:30p         F      MA-3163         BANKS            3/25
                                                                                       bases, from writing checks to preparing an income statement and closing out
                                                                                       accounts at the end of each fiscal period.
                                                                                       ACC E01 701          January 19-March 21
Continuing Education Online Courses                                                    ACC E01 703          February 16-April 18
All materials will be made available to you over the World Wide Web unless             ACC E01 705          March 16-May 16
otherwise indicated. Read your lessons and ask questions of your instructor at
                                                                                       ACC E01 707          April 20-June 20
times that are most convenient to you. All you need to get started is Internet
access, an email address, and Web browser. The Continuing Education
                                                                                       ACC E18—Accounting Fundamentals II
Department does not provide computers for online courses. Online courses must
                                                                                       Fee $99
be completed within the specified time.
                                                                                       This course will build on the knowledge you gained in our Accounting
                                                                                       Fundamentals course to provide you with a solid understanding of corporate
Instructor-Facilitated Online Learning through ED-2-GO                                 accounting practices. You’ll be able to analyze transactions and prepare various
Every course on this page includes expert assistance. All can be taken from the
                                                                                       corporate financial reports. You’ll also gain practical experience working with
convenience of your home or office.
                                                                                       dividends, plant assets, depreciation, accrued revenue and expenses, retained
                                                                                       earnings, stockholders’ equity, and more.
Welcome!
                                                                                       ACC E18 701         January 19 – March 21
Our instructor-facilitated online courses are informative, fun, convenient, and
                                                                                       ACC E18 703         February 16 – April 18
highly interactive. Our instructors are famous for their ability to create warm
                                                                                       ACC E18 705         March 16 – May 16
and supportive communities of learners. It’s no wonder that many long-lasting
                                                                                       ACC E18 707         April 20 – June 20
friendships have formed in our lively and intelligent discussion areas.

All courses run for six weeks (with a two-week grace period at the end). Courses       Business
are project-oriented and include lessons, quizzes, hands-on assignments,
                                                                                       BUS E41—Resume Writing Workshop
discussion areas, supplementary links, and more. You can complete any of these
                                                                                       Fee $99
courses entirely from your home or office and at any time of the day or night.
                                                                                       Create an effective resume, or improve the one you already have. Transform your
Online courses must be completed within the specified time.
                                                                                       resume into a powerful tool that will get you interviews. This workshop will lead
                                                                                       you through a self-assessment series so you will have extensive knowledge about
How to Get Started:
                                                                                       the product you are marketing: YOU! Learn different resume formats, how to write
1. Visit our Online Instruction Center:
                                                                                       an employment objective, and tricks to writing persuasive cover letters. Make
www.ed2go.com/sscbci
                                                                                       the most of your work experience. Know what to reveal in a resume, and what to
                                                                                       keep to yourself. This course also covers the use of online resumes and Internet
2. Click the Orientation link and follow the instructions to enroll and pay for your
                                                                                       Resume Secrets.
course. During orientation, you will learn important information about your course.
                                                                                       BUS E41 701          January 19 – March 21
You will also be provided an opportunity to choose the name and password you
                                                                                       BUS E41 703          February 16 – April 18
will use to access your course.
                                                                                       BUS E41 705          March 16 – May 16
3. When your course starts, return to our Online Instruction Center and click the
                                                                                       BUS E41 707          April 20 – June 20
Classroom link. To begin your studies, simply log in with the name and password
you selected during orientation.
                                                                                       CES E25—Starting a Nonprofit
                                                                                       Fee $99
Start Dates:
                                                                                       Do you dream of starting and running your very own nonprofit? This unique course
A new section of every course in this catalog will begin on the following dates:
                                                                                       carefully details the many aspects of taking a nonprofit start-up from vision to
January 19 – March 21
                                                                                       reality. Filled with savvy advice and plenty of assistance from an industry veteran,
February 16 – April 18
                                                                                       this is the perfect how-to course for anyone interested in building a thriving
March 16 – May 16
                                                                                       nonprofit organization up from the grassroots. You’ll learn how to incorporate,
April 20 – June 20
                                                                                       select a board of directors, write bylaws, craft a mission statement, obtain tax-
                                                                                       exempt status, develop a budget, create a marketing plan, explore fundraising
Requirements:                                                                          options, and more. The course is also supplemented with useful checklists,
All courses require Internet access, email, and either Microsoft Internet Explorer,    worksheets, reading lists, and field trips to a wide variety of online resources. By
Mozilla Firefox or Apple Safari web browser. Some courses may have additional          the time you graduate, you will be well-prepared to meet the challenge of starting
requirements. Please visit our Online Instruction Center for access to complete        and operating a successful nonprofit.
course descriptions, student evaluations, instructor biographies, requirements,        CES E25 701             January 19 – March 21
and other information.                                                                 CES E25 703             February 16 – April 18
                                                                                       CES E25 705             March 16 – May 16
                                                                                       CES E25 707             April 20 – June 20
COM E86—Interpersonal Communication                                                       FIN E13—Creating a Successful Business Plan
Fee $99                                                                                   Fee $99
This course will show you how to manage the conscious and unconscious codes               Turn your business ideas into a solid plan for financing and long-term success.
of meaning we send to each other and to respond with appropriate codes in turn.           Committing your idea to paper in the form of a business plan not only increases
This course explains and explores concepts of verbal and nonverbal expression             your chances of obtaining financing, but also in keeping your business
including personal style, listening, relationship dynamics, self-esteem, conflict         strategically focused. With the support of your instructor and a network of like-
management, and cultural and gender communication differences. Examples,                  minded students, you’ll work through all of the major components of a business
graphics, and theoretical models help clarify communication topics and simplify           plan and emerge with your first draft in hand. And most importantly, you will have
the process for effective communication in family, personal, and professional             completed the first, and most difficult, step on the path to small business success.
situations. Communicating is necessary. Knowing how to do it well is personally           FIN E13 701           January 19 – March 21
satisfying and professionally wise.                                                       FIN E13 703           February 16 – April 18
COM E86 701          January 19 – March 21                                                FIN E13 705           March 16 – May 16
COM E86 703          February 16 – April 18                                               FIN E13 707           April 20 – June 20
COM E86 705          March 16 – May 16
COM E86 707          April 20 – June 20                                                   MGM E10—Fundamentals of Supervision and Management
                                                                                          Fee $99
ENG E22—Effective Business Writing                                                        Learn how to be an effective manager or supervisor. Master the basics of business
Fee $99                                                                                   and organizations, learn the people skills required to motivate and delegate, and
Do you have a nagging suspicion that a small improvement in your writing skills           learn tools for solving problems and resolving conflicts.
might also improve your career prospects? Don’t let small gaps in your business           MGM E10 701           January 19 – March 21
writing skills prevent you from reaching your full potential! It doesn’t matter whether   MGM E10 703           February 16 – April 18
you’re a clerical worker, an engineer, or an executive. If you communicate with           MGM E10 705           March 16 – May 16
others in writing, you need this course to help you identify and eliminate problem        MGM E10 707           April 20 – June 20
areas. By the end of this course, you’ll know the secret to developing powerful
written documents that immediately draw readers in and keep them motivated to             MGM E16—Fundamentals of Supervision and Management II
continue until your very last, well-chosen word.                                          Fee $99
ENG E22 701             January 19 – March 21                                             Prerequisite: Fundamentals of Supervision and Management
ENG E22 703             February 16 – April 18                                            Learn how to be an effective manager or supervisor. Master the basics of communicating
ENG E22 705             March 16 – May 16                                                 effectively, and learn tools for developing your own interpersonal skills.
ENG E22 707             April 20 – June 20                                                MGM E16 701             January 19 – March 21
                                                                                          MGM E16 703             February 16 – April 18
FIN E10—Stocks, Bonds, and Investing: Oh My!                                              MGM E16 705             March 16 – May 16
Fee $99                                                                                   MGM E16 707             April 20 – June 20
Are you worried that you might not have enough money to make it through
retirement? Stop worrying and start planning! The earlier you begin planning for
your future, the easier it will be for you to retire. No matter how inadequate you        Digital Photography & Digital Video
believe your current understanding of finance to be, this course will make you            PHO E23—Photographing Nature with Your Digital Camera
capable to manage your personal finances, make wise investment decisions, and             Fee $99
prepare adequately for your future.                                                       Jump into the world of nature photography! In this course, you’ll master taking
FIN E10 701          January 19 – March 21                                                beautiful outdoor photos of everything from landscapes to specific nature items
FIN E10 703          February 16 – April 18                                               such as water, flowers, trees, animals, and more. Along the way, you’ll learn
FIN E10 705          March 16 – May 16                                                    all about digital camera equipment, telephoto photography, and even macro
FIN E10 707          April 20 – June 20                                                   photography. With plenty of examples and opportunities to share your work, you’ll
                                                                                          be shooting breathtaking photos in no time!
FIN E11—The Analysis and Valuation of Stocks                                              PHO E23 701         January 19 – March 21
Fee $99                                                                                   PHO E23 703         February 16 – April 18
The Analysis and Valuation of Stocks is a comprehensive course designed to                PHO E23 705         March 16 – May 16
show you how to research and value stocks. Topics covered in the course include           PHO E23 707         April 20 – June 20
reading financial statements, calculating financial ratios, industrial comparisons,
and pricing techniques.                                                                   PHO E34—Discover Digital Photography
FIN E11 701          January 19 – March 21                                                Fee $99
FIN E11 703          February 16 – April 18                                               Join us and explore the world of digital photography! This course provides an
FIN E11 705          March 16 – May 16                                                    introduction to the fascinating technology that catapulted the photographic world
FIN E11 707          April 20 – June 20                                                   into the 21st century. We’ll discuss the basics of digital photography, equipment,
                                                                                          software, the digital darkroom, printing, Internet and email use, along with
FIN E12—Introduction to Stock Option                                                      commercial and personal applications. You’ll learn what you need, what you can
Fee $99                                                                                   do, and what fun you can have. Whether you’re new to photography or a longtime
Learn how to evaluate, buy, sell, and profit with investment tools that were once         professional making the change to the digital world, this class will provide an
thought to be only for the pros. This course will teach you how to protect your           introduction to new opportunities.
portfolio and profit in a down market, an up market, or even a flat market. Learn to      PHO E34 701           January 19 – March 21
leverage your investment dollars for potential profits that surpass those possible        PHO E34 703           February 16 – April 18
with stocks.                                                                              PHO E34 705           March 16 – May 16
FIN E12 701            January 19 – March 21                                              PHO E34 707           April 20 – June 20
FIN E12 703            February 16 – April 18
FIN E12 705            March 16 – May 16
FIN E12 707            April 20 – June 20
Grant Writing                                                                            COM E26—Speed Spanish II
                                                                                         Fee $99
TQM E05—A to Z Grant Writing                                                             Gain comfort in Spanish-speaking situations by learning even more clever new
Fee $99                                                                                  recipes you can put to immediate use. Our Speed Spanish courses are unlike any
A to Z Grant Writing is an invigorating and informative seminar specially created        other Spanish classes you may have ever taken. When you’ve completed both
for executive directors, organizers, board members, community volunteers,                this course and its predecessor, you’ll be well on your way to fluency. Qué Bueno!
development officers, and individuals who want to learn a “bird’s eye” view of the       COM E26 701           January 19 – March 21
grant writing process and learn how to: Research and develop mutually beneficial         COM E26 703           February 16 – April 18
relationships with potential funding sources, Organize a grant writing campaign          COM E26 705           March 16 – May 16
and keep track of all funding sources, requests and donations, Prepare complete          COM E26 707           April 20 – June 20
proposal packages, and Dissolve crisis management and submit one hundred
proposals a year in ten hours a week.
                                                                                         COM E41—Beginning Conversational French
TQM E05 701           January 19 – March 21
                                                                                         Fee $99
TQM E05 703           February 16 – April 18
                                                                                         Discover how easy it can be to learn common words and phrases for both leisure
TQM E05 705           March 16 – May 16
                                                                                         and business. This course makes pronunciation simple, with phonetic spellings
TQM E05 707           April 20 – June 20
                                                                                         for every word and phrase you need to learn. The course even includes audio, so
                                                                                         you’ll be able to hear and practice the language with little more than a click of
TQM E07—Advanced Grant Proposal Writing                                                  your mouse! You’ll also learn cultural tips in each lesson that will make you more
Fee $99                                                                                  comfortable in a foreign setting. After finishing this course, you’ll be prepared to
Do you know the best way to present information in a grant proposal? In this             speak French in a wide variety of settings and situations.
course, an experienced grant writer will show you how to research and write              COM E41 701          January 19 – March 21
winning proposals that get funded. Learn what to do-and, more importantly what           COM E41 703          February 16 – April 18
not to do-on every part of your proposal. Gain a full understanding of the criteria      COM E41 705          March 16 – May 16
funders use to determine whether your grant proposal gets funded or rejected.            COM E41 707          April 20 – June 20
You’ll become expert at ferreting out corporate, foundation, and government
grant makers, and you’ll know how to tailor your responses to information found
                                                                                         COM E45—Instant Italian
in the peer review criteria. You’ll also discover a number of significant finishing
                                                                                         Fee $99
touches that can give your project the edge over others. You’ll know the best
                                                                                         This dynamic course will teach you how to express yourself comfortably in Italian.
type of paper to use, which buzzwords to include, which fonts work best, and
                                                                                         You’ll learn practical, everyday words and phrases that will make your stay in
which types of graphics and formatting techniques will make your proposal more
                                                                                         Italy more enjoyable. You’ll read, hear, and practice dialogues based on typical
competitive.
                                                                                         situations that you’re likely to encounter while staying in Italy. The dialogues and
TQM E07 701         January 19 – March 21
                                                                                         follow-up exercises of each lesson will teach you to communicate in Italian in a
TQM E07 703         February 16 – April 18
                                                                                         wide variety of settings. You’ll be surprised by how quickly and easily you can
TQM E07 705         March 16 – May 16
                                                                                         learn many useful expressions in Italian!
TQM E07 707         April 20 – June 20
                                                                                         COM E45 701           January 19 – March 21
                                                                                         COM E45 703           February 16 – April 18
TQM E08—Becoming a Grant Writing Consultant                                              COM E45 705           March 16 – May 16
Fee $99                                                                                  COM E45 707           April 20 – June 20
Good grant writing consultants are always in demand. Learn how you can use a
basic knowledge of grant or proposal writing to become an expert in the red-hot
                                                                                         COM E75—Conversational Japanese
grant consulting field. This is one field where your creative writing skills can touch
                                                                                         Fee $99
thousands of people and literally make a difference in their quality of life.
                                                                                         Whether you want to learn conversational Japanese for travel or just for fun, you’ll
TQM E08 701           January 19 – March 21
                                                                                         find this course makes it easy and enjoyable for beginners to master the essentials
TQM E08 703           February 16 – April 18
                                                                                         of the Japanese language. Guided by your native Japanese instructor, you’ll learn
TQM E08 705           March 16 – May 16
                                                                                         useful conversational phrases and vocabulary words, while getting a tour of some
TQM E08 707           April 20 – June 20
                                                                                         fascinating spots in Japan. You’ll come away with cultural knowledge only an
                                                                                         insider has. By the end of this course, you’ll not only have basic conversational
TQM E09—Get Grants!                                                                      skills that will enable you to travel around the country easily, but you’ll have
Fee $99                                                                                  discovered the heart of Japan!
This course focuses on the skills you’ll need to prepare professional, competitive       COM E75 701           January 19 – March 21
and compelling grant proposals. You’ll be guided step-by-step through the entire         COM E75 703           February 16 – April 18
process of developing and writing a grant proposal. In just six short weeks, you’ll      COM E75 705           March 16 – May 16
be prepared to convert an idea into a complete, well-developed package.                  COM E75 707           April 20 – June 20
TQM E09 701         January 19 – March 21
TQM E09 703         February 16 – April 18
TQM E09 705         March 16 – May 16
TQM E09 707         April 20 – June 20


Languages
COM E24—Speed Spanish
Fee $99
This powerful course teaches six easy recipes you can use to glue Spanish words
together into sentences. With the powerful methods taught in this course, you’ll
be able to engage in conversational Spanish in no time. ¡Qué Bueno!
COM E24 701         January 19 – March 21
COM E24 703         February 16 – April 18
COM E24 705         March 16 – May 16
COM E24 707         April 20 – June 20
Law & Legal Careers                                                                     LWN E08—LSAT Preparation - Part II
                                                                                        Fee $99
LWN E01—Introduction to Criminal Law                                                    Taking both part 1 and part 2 of this course will prepare you to perform well on all
Fee $99                                                                                 three question types on the LSAT: reading comprehension, logical reasoning, and
Criminal law is one of the most fascinating areas of legal practice. This course        analytical reasoning. You will practice on actual LSAT exams from previous years
gives an in-depth look at criminal law by examining the world of prosecutors,           and also learn test-taking techniques developed by The Center for Legal Studies and
defense attorneys, and the paralegals who work closely with them. You will              taught to thousands of prelaw students around the world. LSAT Preparation - Part
examine all major areas of crime: from theft to murder, conspiracy to sexual            2 provides an intensive review of reading comprehension and logical reasoning
assault. The trial of a criminal case will be dissected and explained for you. You’ll   questions, including techniques for quick elimination of incorrect answers,
also explore the various types of criminal defenses, sentencing, and appeals            explanations and interpretations of correct answers, and proven approaches for
procedures. A variety of exercises based on the lessons will give you a hands-on        selecting the correct answers. Required textbook: 10 More Actual, Official LSAT
experience. Each lesson will also feature “A View from the Inside” - compelling         Prep tests; published by the Law School Admission Council.
information about the criminal justice system, in the words of actual people who        LWN E08 701           January 19 – March 21
experience it every day.                                                                LWN E08 703           February 16 – April 18
LWN E01 701            January 19 – March 21                                            LWN E08 705           March 16 – May 16
LWN E01 703            February 16 – April 18                                           LWN E08 707           April 20 – June 20
LWN E01 705            March 16 – May 16
LWN E01 707            April 20 – June 20
                                                                                        RES E09—Real Estate Law
                                                                                        Fee $99
LWN E02—Evidence Law                                                                    Explore the legal issues involved in real estate law, from investing to title
Fee $99                                                                                 examinations. You’ll not only master the essentials, but you’ll receive hands-on
As courts get more crowded, busy attorneys are relying more and more on                 applications and examples that will show you how to use this knowledge in a day-
paralegals, legal secretaries, and law clerks to help them gather and evaluate          to-day real estate practice.
evidence and prepare cases for trial. If you’re interested in working in one of the     RES E09 701          January 19 – March 21
most important and exciting areas of law, this course will provide you with the         RES E09 703          February 16 – April 18
background information you’ll need to get started.                                      RES E09 705          March 16 – May 16
LWN E02 701         January 19 – March 21                                               RES E09 707          April 20 – June 20
LWN E02 703         February 16 – April 18
LWN E02 705         March 16 – May 16
LWN E02 707         April 20 – June 20                                                  Math
                                                                                        MTH E06—Everyday Math
LWN E06—Constitutional Law: Bill Of Rights                                              Fee $99
Fee $99                                                                                 Ever find math baffling? This course can help you gain confidence in your basic
Explore the fundamentals of Constitutional Law, with emphasis on the first ten          math skills so you can start using math to your advantage. You won’t find any
amendments, (The Bill of Rights). The course will include a history of the Bill of      theory or memorization here. Each of your lessons will be filled with practical
Rights, important legal cases dealing with the amendments, and the challenges           hands-on exercises and information that you can put to immediate use. You’ll get
facing the maintenance of the freedoms guaranteed by the constitution in the            valuable hands-on experience and advice on using a calculator; determining the
modern world.                                                                           proper amount to pay in tips, discounts, and taxes; managing your income and
LWN E06 701          January 19 – March 21                                              expenses; checking your bills and bank statements for errors and overcharges;
LWN E06 703          February 16 – April 18                                             comparing investment vehicles; shopping for the best loans; buying a home;
LWN E06 705          March 16 – May 16                                                  determining the right amount of paint, carpet, or tile for your next home
LWN E06 707          April 20 – June 20                                                 improvement project; converting from one type of currency to another; calculating
                                                                                        the chances that something will happen; interpreting a graph; comparing test
LWN E07–LSAT Preparation - Part 1                                                       results; understanding a statistical survey; and more.
Fee $99                                                                                 MTH E06 701          January 19 – March 21
Taking both part 1 and part 2 will prepare you to perform well on all three             MTH E06 703          February 16 – April 18
question types on the LSAT: reading comprehension, logical reasoning, and               MTH E06 705          March 16 – May 16
analytical reasoning. You will practice on actual LSAT exams from previous years        MTH E06 707          April 20 – June 20
and also learn proven test-taking techniques. LSAT Preparation - Part 1 provides
an overview of law school entrance procedures, a career in law and law school           MTH E08—Introduction to Algebra
survival techniques. You will also participate in an intensive review of analytical     Fee $99
reasoning questions; including techniques for drafting the three most helpful types     Understand how algebra is relevant to almost every aspect of your daily life,
of diagrams, and explanations for and interpretations of correct answer choices.        and become skilled at solving a variety of algebraic problems. This unique and
You will also learn the outline format that law school admissions counselors favor      thought-provoking course integrates algebra with many other areas of study,
for preparing the writing sample. Required textbook: 10 More Actual, Official           including history, biology, geography, business, government, and more. As a
LSAT Prep tests; published by the Law School Admission Council.                         result, you will acquire a wide variety of basic skills that will help you find solutions
LWN E07 701           January 19 – March 21                                             to almost any problem.
LWN E07 703           February 16 – April 18                                            MTH E08 701            January 19 – March 21
LWN E07 705           March 16 – May 16                                                 MTH E08 703            February 16 – April 18
LWN E07 707           April 20 – June 20                                                MTH E08 705            March 16 – May 16
                                                                                        MTH E08 707            April 20 – June 20
Office Technology                                                                          EDU E34—Teaching Science: Grades 4-6
                                                                                           Fee $99
TYP E31—Keyboarding                                                                        Ready to maximize your abilities in teaching science? You’ll learn about
Fee $99                                                                                    foundational content in physical, life, and earth science, and ways to teach that
Using the computer software program FasType for Windows, you will learn the                content to your students. Discover specific teaching methods and science process
basic skills of touch-typing. If you already know how to type, this course will help       skills, and learn how to improve the emotional climate in your classroom. Lots
you improve your typing speed and accuracy. When you are finished with the                 of examples and worksheets you can use in your own classroom are included.
course, continue to use FasType for Windows to improve your keyboarding skills             There’s a big emphasis on the scientific method, and there’s even an entire lesson
with its intermediate and advanced lessons.                                                devoted to science fairs!
TYP E31 701           January 19 – March 21                                                EDU E34 701          January 19 – March 21
TYP E31 703           February 16 – April 18                                               EDU E34 703          February 16 – April 18
TYP E31 705           March 16 – May 16                                                    EDU E34 705          March 16 – May 16
TYP E31 707           April 20 – June 20                                                   EDU E34 707          April 20 – June 20

Personal Enrichment                                                                        EDU E35—Integrating Technology in the Classroom
                                                                                           Fee $99
GNL E11—Genealogy Basics                                                                   In this professional development course for teachers, you’ll learn the secrets of
Fee $99                                                                                    technology integration in the classroom, gaining the skills educators need to
This course will help you understand the research process, ways to organize your           use tools such as wikis, podcasts, and blogs effectively. You’ll discover simple
information and the use of forms to make sense of your data. You will learn how            ways to integrate technology to enhance your subject material and meet your
to develop a strategy to accomplish your research objectives and evaluate the              course goals. We’ll explore quick-and-easy, standards-based solutions for more
results by recording new information, and sharing that information with others.            interactive lesson plans, exciting WebQuests, and challenging assignments. We’ll
If you are a newcomer to this hobby or just want to make a small family tree, this         also unleash the power of Web resources, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Together,
course will get you off to a good start. You will explore many Internet sites where        we’ll look at basic integration, subject-specific activities, and smart ways to make
you can search for family names. The course explains in simple terms where                 your integration seamless.
to look, who to contact, and how to use the genealogical research tools of the             EDU E35 701            January 19 – March 21
computer and the Internet to further your research.                                        EDU E35 703            February 16 – April 18
GNL E11 701           January 19 – March 21                                                EDU E35 705            March 16 – May 16
GNL E11 703           February 16 – April 18                                               EDU E35 707            April 20 – June 20
GNL E11 705           March 16 – May 16
GNL E11 707           April 20 – June 20
                                                                                           Test Preparation
MHA E07—Assisting Aging Parents                                                            EDU C26—SAT/ACT Preparation - Part I
Fee $99                                                                                    Fee $99
Learning how to help parents or other loved ones through their transition can              So, you’ve decided you’re going to college. Now you just need to take the entrance
prepare us for our own. This compassionate and comprehensive class will give you           exams! This course will prepare you to take the verbal question types on both the
the tools, techniques, and insights for this passage. Growing older is a part of life.     ACT and the new SAT 2005. SAT/ACT Preparation Part I is designed to prepare
Some aspects are joyful, some bittersweet, some frustrating, some frightening.             you for the reading, English, and science sections of the ACT and the critical
You will learn what to expect, what to watch for, how to deal with physical and            reading and writing sections of the new SAT 2005. You’ll refresh your knowledge
emotional challenges, and where to find resources to help. You’ll understand the           of verbal topics and learn techniques that can help you relieve test-taking anxiety.
impact of retirement, learn how to choose a nursing home, and be prepared                  Required Textbook: The Official SAT Study Guide: For the New SAT (College
to deal with death. You’ll learn about financial and legal considerations, health          Board, 2004), The Real ACT Prep Guide (Peterson’s, 2004).
issues, and family interpersonal relationships. You’ll be introduced to special            EDU C26 701           January 19 – March 21
communication skills, observation methods, and coping mechanisms to ease the               EDU C26 703           February 16 – April 18
burden for everyone involved. You’ll learn to handle most of the challenges you            EDU C26 705           March 16 – May 16
will face while coming to appreciate and cherish the privilege of the journey.             EDU C26 707           April 20 – June 20
MHA E07 701          January 19 – March 21
MHA E07 703          February 16 – April 18
                                                                                           EDU C27—SAT/ACT Preparation - Part II
MHA E07 705          March 16 – May 16
                                                                                           Fee $99
MHA E07 707          April 20 – June 20
                                                                                           You’ve decided you’re going to college. Now you have to sit through the entrance
                                                                                           exams! This course will prepare you to fly through the math questions on both
Teaching Professionals                                                                     the ACT and the SAT. You’ll refresh your knowledge of math subjects and learn
                                                                                           techniques to help you move through the tests more quickly. We’ll review arithmetic,
EDU E33—Differentiated Instruction in the Classroom                                        algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and statistics as well as the Student Produced
Fee $99                                                                                    Response questions on the SAT. We’ll practice techniques and approaches using
Differentiated instruction (DI) is becoming a mainstay in classrooms across the country    similar exam questions and fully explain and interpret the correct and incorrect
as educators are starting to see the ways that the traditional classroom setting limits    answers. Taking both courses in this two-part series will prepare you for question
their ability to reach diverse learners. Join us on this journey through 10 practical DI   types on each test using test-taking techniques pioneered by Scott Hatch in 1980
integration strategies! Count on at least three sample integration lessons on each         and taught to thousands of college-bound students around the world. Required
strategy, and just think of all the ways that you can apply them to improve learning       Textbook: Completion of SAT/ACT Prep - Part 1 (or equivalent experience),
outcomes for your students. Over the next six weeks, we’ll talk about DI strategies        The Official SAT Study Guide: For the New SAT (College Board, 2004), The
ranging from multiple intelligences (MI) to flexible grouping, cubing, WebQuests,          Real ACT Prep Guide (Peterson’s, 2004).
I-Searches, tiering, anchoring activities, and interest centers. Every lesson is packed    EDU C27 701          January 19 – March 21
with real-world examples that will help you put these strategies to use in your own        EDU C27 703          February 16 – April 18
classroom. We’ll take a look at integration across different subjects, grade levels, and   EDU C27 705          March 16 – May 16
learning profiles as you gain helpful tips on bringing DI to your classroom.               EDU C27 707          April 20 – June 20
EDU E33 701             January 19 – March 21
EDU E33 703             February 16 – April 18
EDU E33 705             March 16 – May 16
EDU E33 707             April 20 – June 20
EDU E28—GMAT Preparation                                                                 ENG E24—Research Methods for Writers
Fee $99                                                                                  Fee $99
Applying to graduate business and management schools usually means taking the            Attention all writers! Learn how to efficiently and effectively conduct research
GMAT. Taking this course will provide you with test-taking techniques and methods        for any writing project: fiction, nonfiction, business even term papers and
for improving your score and saving time on all GMAT question types. Required:           dissertations. Research has progressed far beyond a visit to the library. Today,
The Official Guide for GMAT Review, 11th Edition, or The Official Guide for              myriad sources provide almost anything a writer might need to know on any
GMAT Verbal Review and The Official Guide for GMAT Quantitative Review.                  subject. Learn how to identify and access every information source imaginable.
EDU E28 701          January 19 – March 21                                               ENG E24 701           January 19 – March 21
EDU E28 703          February 16 – April 18                                              ENG E24 703           February 16 – April 18
EDU E28 705          March 16 – May 16                                                   ENG E24 705           March 16 – May 16
EDU E28 707          April 20 – June 20                                                  ENG E24 707           April 20 – June 20

                                                                                         ENG E26—Introduction to Journaling
Writing & Publishing                                                                     Fee $99
ENG E06—The Keys of Effective Editing                                                    This insightful course will help you discover an exciting new way to express
Fee $99                                                                                  yourself and enhance your creativity. You’ll learn to use powerful journaling
Ask any published writer and you will hear that a good editor is not just helpful, but   techniques to develop a deeper and more spiritual understanding of yourself and
essential. If you aspire to be an editor, this course will teach you the fundamentals    explore your thoughts, feelings, beliefs, and values. You’ll also discover how to
of top-notch editing for both fiction and nonfiction. If you’re already working as       use journaling to ease the stress of unwanted change, improve your physical and
an editor, you’ll not only brush up on your skills, but will also learn about recent     emotional health, and achieve a greater level of professional success.
advances in your chosen profession. If you’re a writer, you will learn essential         ENG E26 701          January 19 – March 21
self-editing tools to give your manuscripts the professional look that publishers        ENG E26 703          February 16 – April 18
like to see.                                                                             ENG E26 705          March 16 – May 16
ENG E06 701            January 19 – March 21                                             ENG E26 707          April 20 – June 20
ENG E06 703            February 16 – April 18
ENG E06 705            March 16 – May 16                                                 Instructor-Facilitated Online Learning offered
ENG E06 707            April 20 – June 20
                                                                                         through Gatlin Educational Services.
                                                                                         Online courses must be completed within the specified time.
ENG E07—Grammar Refresher
Fee $99
Gain confidence in your ability to produce clean, grammatically correct documents or     Business
speeches. Through the use of definitions, examples, and many reinforcing exercises,
Grammar Refresher will cover the basics of English grammar. A patient instructor,        BUS E45—Records Management
memorable lessons, vivid examples, and interactive exercises will give you ample         Fee $1,395
opportunity to put everything you learn into practice. Before you know it, you’ll be     Gatlin’s online record management certificate course is a power packed online
ready to reap the rewards that come with your mastery of the English language.           training program that will teach you how to manage electronic records and
ENG E07 701          January 19 – March 21                                               conquer the paper pile-up. Textbook included.
ENG E07 703          February 16 – April 18                                              BUS E45 701        INTERNET                                        2/21-7/11
ENG E07 705          March 16 – May 16
ENG E07 707          April 20 – June 20                                                  EDU E29—MBA Preparation
                                                                                         Fee $2,295
ENG E16—Beginning Writer’s Workshop                                                      The online MBA Prep program offers prospective business school students an
Fee $99                                                                                  effective way to prepare for the masters curriculum, via an interactive series of
If you’ve dreamed of writing creatively, this course is a great place to start. Get      pre-MBA courses designed by experts. This program is designed to teach the
a taste of the writing life, improve your writing skills, and discover new ways to       basics to students enrolled to enter an MBA program (traditional, executive, and
stretch your creative muscles. This isn’t school as you know it. It’s an in-depth        part-time), or those wishing to prepare themselves for an MBA curriculum. The
writing experience filled with challenging hands-on exercises, expert advice, and        MBA Prep is ideal for the user who has little or no educational background in the
plenty of direct support and encouragement.                                              quantitative areas of business, and thus needs to be prepared for the rigors of an
ENG E16 701           January 19 – March 21                                              MBA program. The course is also well-suited to those who have this educational
ENG E16 703           February 16 – April 18                                             background, but wish to review before beginning MBA classes.
ENG E16 705           March 16 – May 16                                                  EDU E29 701        INTERNET                                            2/21-7/11
ENG E16 707           April 20 – June 20

ENG E18—Writing for Children                                                             Casino Gaming Programs
Fee $99
                                                                                         GAM E02—Casino Poker Dealer
Join a published children’s author and discover how you can touch the hearts
                                                                                         Fee $1,595
of children by creating books for them. In this highly interactive, hands-on
                                                                                         This highly interactive online training program will teach you everything you need
course, you’ll take pen to paper and begin work on your first fiction or nonfiction
                                                                                         to know in order to become a Professional Poker Dealer. Students will receive a
manuscript. In the process, you’ll explore the changing world of children’s
                                                                                         deck of cards, chips, a fold out poker felt, and a web camera.
literature and understand the various formats--from baby’s first books to novels
                                                                                         GAM E02 701         INTERNET                                             2/21-7/11
for young adults. You’ll get insights from guest authors and editors to gain a better
understanding of the needs of today’s market. By researching the genre and
recognizing niche players, you’ll open doors of opportunity, many of which you
may not have previously considered. By the time you finish this course, you’ll have
all the tools and resources you’ll need to continue to grow as a writer for children.
ENG E18 701           January 19 – March 21
ENG E18 703           February 16 – April 18
ENG E18 705           March 16 – May 16
ENG E18 707           April 20 – June 20
Computer Information Sciences                                                              MIS E01—RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) On the Web
                                                                                           Fee $2,695
CIS E47—Forensic Computer Examiner                                                         RFID on the Web™ will provide the student with the information and practice
Fee $3,095                                                                                 exams necessary to sit for the CompTIA™ RFID+ certification exam as well as
This comprehensive online program prepares individuals for a career in this                the knowledge and information necessary to evaluate and implement RFID
emerging field. Through this training, students learn to retrieve evidence and             technology in various application scenarios.
prepare reports, based on that evidence, which will stand up in a court of law. A          MIS E02 701         INTERNET 2/21-7/11
section on the ethics of computer forensics and on the preparation and analysis
of investigation results is also included.
CIS E47 701         INTERNET                                          2/21-7/11            Healthcare
                                                                                           CSA E28—Administrative Medical Specialist
CIS E89—Security+ Training Program                                                         Fee $1,995
Fee $1,695                                                                                 Learn medical billing and coding from the comfort of your own home with this
Prerequisites: Since the tools used in class are compiled and run on a Linux               online, instructor-led program. Upon successful completion of this course,
system, Linux or UNIX system experience is helpful, but not necessary. A solid             students will be prepared for an entry-level position doing medical billing or
background in networking concepts will greatly aid in comprehension.                       coding in a medical office setting and will be prepared to sit for either the Certified
Gatlin Education and Guru Labs have developed 2 courses that map to CompTIA’s              Coding Associate (CCA) or Certified Medical Administrative Specialist (CMAS)
Security+ Certification. These online courses are designed to give the students the        national certification exam. All materials included!
right amount of theory as well as practical knowledge. Self-paced and available for        CSA E28 701         INTERNET                                                2/21-7/11
immediate registration, a professional security expert will help guide students through
this comprehensive program. All materials are included. The program includes:
                                                                                           MAS E01—Advanced Coding for the Physician’s Office
Network Security – This is an excellent companion class to the Host Security.
                                                                                           Fee $1,395
Protocols used in Linux, UNIX, and Windows 2000 are examined. Discussion
                                                                                           CPT, ICD-9-CM (Volumes I and II), and HCPCS Level II Coding, and much more will be
includes TCP/IP suite component protocols and Ethernet operation. Students
                                                                                           covered in this online, instructor-led program. This advanced program is designed for
capture, analyze, and generate IP traffic; exploit protocol weaknesses and examine
                                                                                           students with previous coding experience or a basic coding education or for students
defensive solutions; install, configure, and test a powerful NIDS solution; and finally
                                                                                           who have completed the GES Administrative Medical Specialist course. Preparation
create a Linux based router / firewall solution, including advanced functionality such
                                                                                           for the Certified Professional Coder (CPC) certification exam is included.
as NAT, policy routing, and traffic shaping. Concentration on designing efficient and
                                                                                           MAS E01 701          INTERNET                                              2/21-7/11
effective strategies to REMAIN up-to-date with patches and security.
Host Security – This highly technical course focuses on host security. Students
begin by learning the scanning methods used by attackers to locate and identify            MAS E02—Advanced Hospital Coding and CCS Prep
machines. Next, the weaknesses of various operating systems are explored and               Fee $1,695
exploited. Via lab exercises, students actually practice breaking into Windows,            This Advanced Hospital Coding course prepares students to take the American
Novell, Unix, and Linux and then learn the proper method of securing each one.             Health Information Management Association’s (AHIMA) official certification exam
Special attention is given to web based exploits with analysis of common IIS security      to become a Certified Coding Specialist (CCS). This program covers advanced
holes. Finally, DOS (Denial of Service) and Distributed DOS attacks are discussed.         ICD-9 coding procedures and is designed to help students meet the challenge
CIS E89 701         INTERNET                                                2/21-7/11      of today’s changing standards while learning and improving their coding skills.
                                                                                           MAS E02 701       INTERNET                                            2/21-7/11
CIS E96—Microsoft Office Specialist
Fee $1,595                                                                                 MAS E05—ICD-10 Medical Coding: Preparation and Instruction for
This comprehensive, performance-based program teaches students to be                       Implementation
proficient in Microsoft Office 2003: Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, and Access.        Fee $1,595
The MOS program provides computer-program literacy, measures proficiency, and              This nationally recognized ICD-10 Medical Coding online course and training
identifies opportunities for skills enhancement. Participants receive a certificate of     course covers the recently upgraded diagnostic and procedural medical coding
completion from the college upon successful completion of the course. Students             system, and will soon be mandated by the Federal government for use in the
are then well prepared to take the Microsoft Office Specialist Certification Test. It is   healthcare industry in insurance processing, reimbursement, and statistical
recommended that these Microsoft products already be loaded on the computer                data gathering. This online medical coding course will teach students how to
in order to take this course: Word 2003; Excel 2003, Access 2003; Outlook 2003             prepare for and implement the massive changes to the existing coding system.
and PowerPoint 2003.                                                                       This online certificate course presents a comprehensive overview of the changes
CIS E96 701         INTERNET                                               2/21-7/11       in store for both diagnostic and procedural medical coding along with detailed
                                                                                           information on the impacts of the medical coding changes to coders, healthcare
                                                                                           staff, physicians, software systems, documentation, and information technology.
CMP E80—3DS-Max
                                                                                           MAS E05 701         INTERNET                                          2/21-7/11
Fee $4,095
This exciting new certificate program will teach students how to use both 3DS Max
and Character Studio to design, develop, and animate 3D video game characters.
Art/Character Development is one of the most important skills behind the success
                                                                                           Travel Career Program
of digital games. The Character Creation specialization included in this program           VOC E34—Travel Agent Training
prepares you to create 2D and 3D artwork for digital games. You’ll complete                Fee $1,595
individual assignments to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to create             This industry-leading program will prepare students for the Institute of Certified
characters, models, textures, and environmental art for games. You’ll learn to use         Travel Agents TAP Certification. Students learn the basic skills needed to operate
a variety of tools to create Character game art.                                           a computer reservation system. The online program consists of two modules
CMP E80 701          INTERNET                                           2/21-7/11          including your choice of SABRE, WORLDSPAN, APOLLO OR AMADEUS GDS
                                                                                           systems. All materials included.
                                                                                           VOC E34 701        INTERNET                                             2/21-7/11
Instructor-Facilitated Online Learning offered                                         College for Elementary & Junior High School
through John Wiley Spiers                                                              Students (All classes are non-credit)
Instructor-Facilitated Online Learning offered through John Wiley Spiers Company.
Online courses must be completed within the specified time.                            Academic Enrichment
                                                                                       UPF E07—Math Refresher
Worldwide Trading                                                                      Fee $59
INT E01—Trade Worldwide In Nine Weeks                                                  The purpose of this class is to help students who need a solid foundation in
Fee $95                                                                                math fundamentals. There will be review and instruction of basic math skills.
For those who want to import or export (or both) goods and services and need a step-   Conceptual and computational skills will be emphasized. Students are in groups
by-step hands-on course we offer this nine-week course delivered over the Internet.    with others working about the same level.
This course is appropriate for people with zero business background, as well as        UPF E07 701 5:00-6:30p           TH       MA-3163                   3/3-4/14
established businesses looking for new trade. Learn how to develop your product or     (This class is for students entering Grades 2-3)
service, find the best suppliers, best customers, work with banks, currency issues,    UPF E07 703 5:00-6:30p               TH     MA-3165                         3/3-4/14
insurance companies, government agencies and other trade entities, you will be
taken through licensing and permits, setting yourself up for properly conducting       (This class is for students entering Grades 4-5)
trade worldwide at the small business level, as well as such topic as intellectual     UPF E07 705 5:00-6:30p               TH     MA-3262                         3/3-4/14
property. Required textbook must be purchased online from Instructor.                  (This class is for students entering Grades 6-7)
INT E01 701       8:00-10:00p        W      INTERNET         SPIER      1/26-3/23
                                                                                       UPF E28—Reading Refresher
                                                                                       Fee $59
                                                                                       The purpose of this class is to help students who need a solid foundation in
                                                                                       reading fundamentals. Students will explore various reading strategies to improve
                                                                                       vocabulary and comprehension. This will include understanding story themes,
                                                                                       main ideas and summarization skills. Vocabulary will consist of looking up and
                                                                                       defining words, creating sentences, paragraphs or short stories using the words.
                                                                                       Students are in groups with others working at about the same level.
                                                                                       UPF E28 701 5:00-6:30p             W       MA-3161                      3/2-4/13
                                                                                       (This class is for students entering Grades 2-3)
                                                                                       UPF E28 703 5:00-6:30p               W      MA-3165                         3/2-4/13
                                                                                       (This class is for students entering Grades 4-5)
                                                                                       UPF E28 705 5:00-6:30p               W      MA-3252                         3/2-4/13
                                                                                       (This class is for students entering Grades 6-7)

                                                                                       College for High School Students ages 14 to
                                                                                       17. (All Classes Are Non-Credit)

                                                                                       Academic Enrichment
                                                                                       ENG C15—Well Written Essays
                                                                                       Fee $69
                                                                                       How do I start? Why doesn’t it say what I thought? Writing essays can be an art
                                                                                       and drawing stick figures will not pass. Learn the requirements for a well-written
                                                                                       essay and the steps needed to succeed. This course will cover the topics you
                                                                                       need beginning with pre-writing and finishing with publishing. Be prepared for
                                                                                       state exam writing and college application essays.
                                                                                       ENG C15 701 5:00-6:30p              T       MA-3252                    3/1-4/12


                                                                                       MTH C08—Introduction to Algebra
                                                                                       Fee $69
                                                                                       Students will study a variety of topics in the course. Linear equations in one variable
                                                                                       will be a focus. Equation solving and Problem Solving will be primary goals using
                                                                                       equations with positive and negative numbers, parentheses, proportions and
                                                                                       variables on both sides of the equal sign. The Distributive Property will be given
                                                                                       a major focus. Polynomials will be studied with an emphasis on factoring for the
                                                                                       solutions of quadratic equations and manipulation.
                                                                                       MTH C08 701 5:00-6:30p                 W        MA-3351                      3/2-4/13

								
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