South Seattle Community College
in West Seattle
2 SOUTH - Fall 2007
Employment & Training, 24
AA Degree Requirements, 33 Special Interest
College Communities Responsibilities, 13
College Policies, 19 Foundation, 14 Faces of South, 6
Information Sessions, 5
College Transfer/ Mission Statement, 13
Preparatory Academics, 33 High School Programs, 27 Student Learning Outcomes, 13
Accounting, 35 Upcoming Events, 5
American Ethnic Studies, 35 International Programs, 32
American Sign Language, 35
Anatomy, 35 Student Support
Anthropology, 36 NewHolly Learning Center, 68 Academic Support, 21
Art, Fine Art, 36 Bookstore Hours/Buyback, 4
Astronomy, 37 Campus Map, 86, 87
Biology, 37 Parenting & Childcare Resources, 25 Disabled Student Services, 19
Business, 37 Directions to Campuses, 85
Chemistry, 37 Preparing for College, 29 Office of Diversity & Retention, 26
Chinese, 38 Phone Directory, 84
Communication, 38 Adult Basic Education
Student Life, 28
Computer Science, 38 Developmental English as a
Coordinated Studies, 39 Second Language (Credit)
Drama, 38 English as a Second Language (Non-credit) Transportation
Economics, 38 GED Bus Routes, 85
Education Seminars, 39 Preparatory Academics Driving Directions, 85
Engineering, 39 Parking Permits, 18, 19
English, 39 President’s Message, 3
Environmental Science, 41 University Center, 9
French, 41 Professional & Technical Ed, 50 Four-year degrees
Geology, 41 Related Instruction, 51
Health, 41 Accounting, 51
History, 42 Automotive Collision Repair, 51
Automotive Technology, 52 South Seattle Community College
Human Development, 42 Dr. Jill Wakefield, President
Humanities, 42 Aviation Maintenance Technology, 53
International Studies, 42 Flight Training for Aviation Mechanics
Seattle Community College District
Business Information Technology, 53
Japanese, 42 Dr. Charles Mitchell, Chancellor
Journalism, 42 Medical Office Clerk
Commercial Driver Training, 54 Board of Trustes
Library Science, 43
Computer-Aided Drafting & Design, 55 Thomas W. Malone (Chair), Nobie Chan,
Mathematics, 43 Dorothy Hollingsworth, Donald Root,
Music, 44 Computing Technology, 55
Network Administration Dr. Rajiv J. Shah
Philosophy, 45 Network Technician Community College District VI (NSCC, SCCC, SSCC and
Software Engineering Seattle Vocational Institute) provides equal opportunity in
Physical Education, 45 education and employment and does not discriminate on
Physics, 46 Web Media & Technology the basis of race, color, national origin, gender, sexual orien-
Cosmetology, 57 tation, age, marital status or the presence of any physical,
Political Science, 36
Culinary Arts, 57 sensory, or mental disability in accordance with Washington
Psychology, 46 State anti-discrimination laws: Title VI and VII of the Civil
Restaurant & Food Service Production
Religion, 46 Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Educational Amendments
Catering & Banquet Operations
Science, 46 of 1972, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and
Pastry & Specialty Baking the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.
Diesel & Heavy Equipment Technology, 60
Social Welfare, 47 Accreditation
Hospitality Management, 61
Spanish, 47 South Seattle Community College is a public, state supported institution
Landscape Horticulture, 61 accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Northwest Association
Nursing Programs, 62 of Schools and Colleges, an institutional accrediting body recognized by
Certified Nursing Assistant the Council for Higher Education Accreditation and the U.S. Department
Community Resources, 22 of Education.
Licensed Practical Nurse
Supervision & Management, 62 Disclaimer
Welding Fabrication Technology, 63 This class schedule is published for information purposes only. Although
Continuing Education, 69 every effort is made to insure accuracy at the time of publication, this
Aluminum Boat Building class schedule shall not be construed to be an irrevocable contract
Wine Studies (Northwest Wine Academy), 65 between the student and the college. The colleges within the Seattle
Distance Learning, 48 & 49 Community College District VI reserve the right to make any changes
in the contents and provisions of this class schedule without notice. In
Registration/Enrolling, 4 & 16-20 addition, the colleges reserve the right to cancel, change class fees or
meeting dates/times at any time without notice.
Duwamish Apprenticeship Financial Aid, 4, 16-17 SOUTH (USPS 005425) Vol. 07, Issue 3, is published quarterly by
Important Dates, 4 Seattle Community College District VI. 1500 Harvard Ave., Seattle, WA
& Education Center, 66 & 67 Steps to Enroll (New Students), 16 98122-2400. Periodicals postage paid at Seattle, WA. POSTMASTER:
Student ID Cards, 19 Send address changes to SOUTH c/o South Seattle Community Col-
lege 6000 16th Ave S.W., Seattle, WA 98106-1499.
Testing & Assessment Services, 16, 17
On THe COVeR Tuition/Fees/Payment, 4, 16, 18, 19
Web Registration, 20 South is a national award-winning
Janice Young, bound publication produced by SSCC’s Public Information
Office: Glenn Gauthier, Graphic Design Specialist;
for Western Washington South at a Glance, 8-12 Michael May, Communications Consultant; Jason
University. See page 7. Gruenwald, Web Manager; and Mike Munson, Director.
“Retire? Not me!” That’s the kind of declaration we’re all hearing these days from the Baby
Boom generation. They may be reaching traditional retirement age, but many – even most – have non-
traditional ideas about what retirement will mean for them.
Instead of a life of leisure – or boredom – at the end of “real” work, many boomers are shifting
into new life adventures. They are ﬁnding ways to do something they dreamed of doing, but never was
possible during their ﬁrst career. I recently heard this referred to as “freedom to work” instead of the
old dream of “freedom from work.”
If they are not shifting into an “encore career,” as some are calling it, then many other boomers
are returning to the classroom in large numbers simply for the pleasure of gaining new knowledge and
insight – learning for learning’s sake. It makes sense because boomers are the most highly educated
generation in the history of our country.
If this sounds like you, then we have a place for you at South! The college has a wide array
of opportunities for boomers ready to explore new directions in life. Maybe you want to turn that
growing knowledge about wine into a winemaking operation in your garage. Or, perhaps it’s time to
nurture your gardening hobby into a full-scale landscape horticulture business. You can do that here at
South Seattle Community College.
If you look into South’s technical/professional course areas you’ll also ﬁnd for-credit classes about
cooking and baking, auto customizing, and computer technology. And our for-credit classes on the
academic side of the college have offerings to meet wide interests, too. Here are a few: accounting,
anatomy, anthropology, art, astronomy – and that’s just the “A” group. Take a look at our full class
offerings in the quarterly class schedule or online at www.southseattle.edu.
Our Continuing Education Program also is known as lifelong learning – exactly what the boomers
are talking about. This area of the college has an amazing variety of specialized non-credit classes,
all driven by the interests of the people in our service community. You can create your own pottery
designs, brush up on Spanish for that big vacation, or learn some new cake decorating tricks. Maybe
you’d like to learn ornamental welding, try out belly dancing, or ﬁgure out how to solve some of your
home maintenance puzzles. There also are many computer-skill classes, classes for how to start and run
a business, and a Certiﬁed Financial Planner program. It’s all here at South. You can see the complete
current list at www.learnatsouth.org.
So, if now is the time to scratch that long-time “next career” itch, or challenge yourself in a whole
new area, then South Seattle Community College can meet your needs. I know we have a place for you,
and I hope you will visit us, either in person or on our website, www.southseattle.edu.
Dr. Jill Wakeﬁeld
Running Start/high school completion students enrollment ..... May 7
Returning students register by web ................................. May 14 - 17 M-Th, 8:00am - 6:00pm (last appointment - 5:30pm)
Formerly enrolled students register ........................................ May 18 F, 9:00am - 4:00pm.
New students register...................................................... May 21 - 23
Open enrollment ........................................... May 24 - September 28 7:30am - 4:00pm, M-Th and 9:00am - 4:00pm, F
Fall Quarter ﬁnancial aid application deadline......................August 3 Open ﬁrst week of Fall Quarter, Sept. 24 - 27, M-Th, 7:30am - 6:45pm
Fall quarter begins* ..................................................... September 24
All waitlists close for fall quarter .................................. September 27 7:30am - 4:30 pm, M-Th, 9:00 - 4:30, F
Deadline for 100%refund of tuition (less $5) for classes beginning Open ﬁrst week of Fall Quarter, Sept. 24 - 27, M-Th, 7:30am - 7:00pm
ﬁrst day of quarter.................................................... September 28
Deadline for adding class without instructor signature September 28 7:30am - 6:30pm, M-Th, 9:00am - 4:30pm, F
Deadline for adding class, instructor signature required .... October 5 First two weeks of Fall Quarter
Deadline to change credit/audit status 7:30 am - 7:00 pm, M-Th, Sept. 24 - 27
without instructor signature............................................. October 5 7:30 am - 7:00 pm, M-T, Oct. 1, 2
Deadline for “W” not posting on transcript .......................... October 5
Deadline for 50% refund of tuition .................................... October 12
Holiday, Veteran’s Day
(college open, classes not held) .............................. November 12
Last day to change credit, audit status, .............................................
instructor signature required or withdraw ................ November 16 http://whywaitforbooks.com or
Holiday, Thanksgiving (closed).............................. November 22 - 23
Quarter ends* ............................................................... December 12 Contact us for normal hours of operation.
Fall Quarter grades available online............................. December 18 Fall Hours
*(Dates may vary for Aviation, Culinary Arts and Distance Learning classes)
Sept. 24-27, 7:30 am - 7:30 pm; Sept. 28, 7:30 am - 4:00 pm
Sept. 29, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm; Oct 1 – 4, 8:00 am - 6:30 pm
Oct. 5, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm; Oct. 6, 7:00 am – 1:00 pm
Sept. 8, Oct. 6 & 27, 7:00 am – 1:00 pm
Sept. 22 & 29, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Fall quarter tuition due for previously enrolled students on August 9. Fall Refund
After August 9, tuition is due within seven business days from the Sept. 29 (last day with receipt)
date you ﬁrst register for classes. If you register for classes on or Oct. 23 (with drop slip, receipt, same condition)
after the ﬁrst day of the quarter, tuition is due immediately. Financial Aid Purchases
(Awarding Data form and student ID required)
Sept. 10 - Oct. 19
(Current student ID required)
Fall quarter: Dec. 5 – 12
Sept. 8, Oct. 6 & 27, 7:00 am – 1:00 pm
Sept. 22 & 29, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Cashier, Financial Aid, Registration
September 22, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
COMPASS and ESL/COMPASS, RSB 76
Placement and Testing; September 15, 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
CFP INFO NIGHT MUSIC
Thursday, Sept. 15, 5:30 pm. For more information call (206) 754-5339 Community Choir Concert, Sunday, December 9, 7:00 pm, OLY 120
COMMERCIAL TRUCK DRIVING
OMMERCIAL NURSING ORIENTATIONS
Orientations every Wednesday, 1:30 pm; Rm: RAH 118 Every fourth Thursday of the month. See website for times and locations.
For information call (206) 764-5835.
The US Postal Service is offering a new service: Processing Passport
Tuesday, Sept. 18, 6:00 pm, OLY 104. Call (206) 764-5339 to RSVP Applications. Tuesday and Wednesday, September 25 & 26, 2:00 pm
until 6:00 pm. University Conference Room at South Seattle Community
CULINARY ARTS INFORMATIONAL TOURS
Thurs., 9:00 am, Rm: CAS 112, (206) 764-5344 College. Costs: Photos $15.00, Processing Fee $30.00, Passport Fee
$67.00, Express Mail $14.40. Regular time to get passport in the mail
DANCE CLASSES PREVIEW is 6 to 8 weeks. Expedited is 10-14 days for an additional 60.00. Cash
Wednesday, Sept. 12, 6:00 pm. For more information call (206) 764-5339. or check only payable to USPS. We do have the forms available in the
Academic Programs Area. Questions: (206) 768-6600
Monday, October 15. For more information call (206) 764-5339 WELCOME BACK BARBECUE AND FESTIVAL
Wednesday, September 26, 11:00 am - 2:00 pm, Clock Tower Plaza
FALL TRANSFER FAIR
Tuesday, October 30, 9:00 am - 12:30 pm, JMB-B WORKER RETRAINING
For displaced workers seeking retraining.
Every Thursday, 1:00 pm, Rm: RSB 81
Presented by SSCC and Intiman Theater Please call (206) 764-5835 to sign up. Walk-ins welcome!
Thursday, October 25, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm, Olympic Hall Auditorium
Call (206) 764-5339 for more information.
Job Search & Training Resources
Every other Wednesday, 11:00 am; call to register
Rm: RSB 79, (206) 764-5304
INTERNSHIP ORIENTATION SESSIONS
RSB 79, Call (206) 764-7935 for times
Puget Ridge Winery Garners Medal
South’s ﬁrst vintage from its Northwest Wine Academy has received a quality
award. The 2005 Semillon, a white Bordeaux style wine made by student
winemakers, was awarded a “Silver ~ Grand Award of Excellence” at the 2007
Seattle Wine Awards.
The Seattle Wine Awards is Washington State’s most comprehensive wine
recognition program. More than 450 wines were entered at the event, which is in
its second year. The event was held on April 28 and 29 at Seattle’s Rainier Club.
A total of 68 wines in 14 categories received Grand Awards of Excellence.
Long Road Leading to
When Teklezgy Sequar started at South in 1993 as an
Adult Basic Education and English as a Second Language
student he never believed he would be pursuing a
bachelor’s degree. Teklezgy is originally from Eritrea,
a country situated in northern East Africa. He came to
the Seattle area where his brothers and sister are living
because of the continuing conﬂict his country has had 2007 Exemplary Staff Award Winner
with Ethiopia. The conditions of his life were dangerous
because he had to serve in the Carolyn Dickson, Program Support Supervisor in
military – a choice he did not Registration, has been honored by the Staff Training for
make freely. Technical and Community College (STTACC) Board with
its Exemplary Staff Award.
Teklezgy, who has earned
Associate of Applied Science STTACC was established in 1978 to aid in the
degrees in Network Technician professional development of community and technical
and Network Administration and college classiﬁed (union) staff. Its Exemplary Staff
most recently this past spring an Award provides annual recognition of these staff, who
Associate of Arts degree, will be play a critical role in the success of their institutions.
pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Carolyn was selected after the awards committee received
Technology: Applied Technology. The degree, which he outstanding nominations and letters of support from her
should receive in 2008, is one of three bachelor’s degrees co-workers on campus.
that South offers on its campus. This one is offered by
Eastern Washington University. His goal is to ﬁnd a The following was in the letter announcing Carolyn’s
career in the IT industry. honor: “We feel that you have consistently demonstrated
commitment and excellence in job performance and
He has this to say about his experience at the college: dedication to the mission and goals of your institution,
“My experience here at South Seattle Community as well as dedication to the professional development of
College is a blessing. I never thought I would have the classiﬁed staff on your campus.”
this opportunity to go to school and change my life.
But I discovered with determination and commitment Carolyn will receive her award at the 2007 STTACC
anything is possible.” Conference in August.
“I went into Math 083 with a bad attitude, failed it and
retook it. Moved onto 084, failed it and retook it. Moved
onto 085, and failed it. Do you see my pattern? I went
into my math classes with the wrong attitude. Of course
On the Cover I was failing. I didn’t try or put in the time I needed to
put in. I ﬁnally was able to move into math 098, and
South is a place where you can ﬁnd your passion and Heidi Lyman was my instructor. Her love for math was
receive support – even if you are not sure that college is unbelievable, that it changed my perception. I put in
right for you. Janice Young (AA, Winter 2007) found this the time and I got good scores on my quizzes. It was
out. In her own words, she describes her feelings when deﬁnitely a self-fulﬁlling prophecy. I passed math 098
she started: “I didn’t know what I wanted to do with and 102 with a 3.4.”
my life, or major in. I just wanted to make my parents
happy, so I enrolled at South.” In addition to ﬁnding passionate instructors, Janice
credits Student Success Services with helping her reach her
Enrolling was the easy part, but Janice would soon learn goals. The federally-funded program helps those who are
there would be challenges in reaching a degree. Janice the ﬁrst in their family to attend college, low income, or
recounts her experience: “Math has always been an have a documented disability to pursue higher education
obstacle for me. In high school I took the easiest math dreams. The program also has a learning center that
classes just to get my credits to graduate. I honestly offers free tutoring, information on available scholarships,
didn’t think I would need anything more than to be able university campus visits, and helpful workshops.
to add, subtract, divide and multiply. Boy was I wrong.
To complete my AA degree I would have to pass Math Janice will be attending Western Washington University
102 or equivalent. I tested into Math 083 (pre-college this fall, majoring in public relations with a minor in
math). I was so embarrassed that I eventually dropped Spanish. After she graduates from Western, she wants
the class. I decided to concentrate on other parts of the to become an ofﬁcer with the Seattle Police Department,
degree. I was completing just about everything but one hoping to eventually work as a spokesperson for the
area was still untouched, math. department.
Baby Boomer Finds New Passion
Retired after 27 years in the U.S. Army as a physician assistant, Steve Hale had
a desire to do something quite different. He thought what better way to explore
options it than to go back to school.
“Continuing your education later in life keeps your mind sharp,” says Steve.
“And going to school is a natural way to stay involved with the community and
be around positive people going places.”
South’s Northwest Wine Academy seemed a natural ﬁt for Steve. During his career in the army he was stationed in
Germany, exposing him to the wine regions of Europe and growing his interest in the grape. His interest really peaked
as he traveled around Washington State – visiting wineries, talking to winemakers and seeing the wine country scenery.
The positives of the program are endless according to Steve: “Wine is about food, fun, history, religion, our culture and
meeting great people. Wine is also about visiting wine areas all over the world. This program also helps me develop
my creative side. It is interesting, can be challenging, and sometimes is a work out!”
Steve plans on taking winemaking classes this fall. He dreams of ﬁnding a part-time gig working for a small winery in
the area while continuing to work at South’s program.
“Deciding to continue at South through Heritage for my BA was truly a no-
brainer. The fact that I could continue to enjoy the qualit ies of South while
obtaining my BA was truly a blessing for me,” says Erika, who is pursuing
Heritage University’s BA in Education at South’s new University Center and
aspires to be a middle school or high school teacher.
~ Erika Johnson
AA degree, Class of 2003
Our students choose to complete the ﬁrst two-
years of a baccalaureate degree and transfer, or stay
and complete a partner-offered four-year degree at
the University Center. Students who choose to enter
the workforce earlier select from diverse training
programs, from the artistry of Culinary and Wine
to the technical of Aviation and Automotive. New
choices are always on the rise, including our new
bachelor’s in Hospitality Management.
South also has two satellite campuses. Our
Duwamish campus in Georgetown serves business Acres of garden-like campus
and industry, providing apprenticeships in skilled
trades. Our NewHolly Learning Center on Beacon Students attending South
Hill is a community resource for southeast Seattle,
providing adult literacy, English language, and GED
preparation classes, as well as job skills training. Professional/Technical students
employed nine months after
Campus tours offer the best possible exposure to
the people and facilities unique to South. Tours Bachelor’s programs offered
are tailored to the interests of each group and on campus
usually last 30 minutes to one-and-a-half hours.
For individuals a minimum of 5 people is required, Languages other than English
and for organizations/schools/businesses there is are spoken by our students
a maximum of 50 people. Call (206) 764-7943 or
e-mail email@example.com to arrange for a tour. Or,
Students ﬁrst in their family to
take a virtual tour at www.southseattle.edu.
Join South’s annual open house every May.
Everyone is invited – neighbors, high school
students, parents, those looking for a career change
or a start towards a college degree.
If you need help paying for your tuition, complete an application three months before
the start of the quarter.
Don’t sweat the word “test.” This is only an assessment meant to place you in your ﬁrst
classes and ensure your success.
An advisor will review your Placement Test and discuss your next steps.
This should be done as soon as possible for best class selection.
Get to know South and our many resources
and gain the information you need to to succeed.
Online orientation is an option for all students,
both new and returning. Use your student ID
number and e-mail address to login. Visit www.
southseattle.edu/enrolling/orientation.htm. “I ﬁrst came to South while I was still a student at Chief Sealth
High School, joining the Running Start program,” says Minh. “It
was this ﬁrst experience at a community college that opened my
eyes and broke the cliché that only smart high school graduates go
New Student Orientation is another way to get on to universities.” Minh is currently working at Virginia Mason’s
information to make a successful start at South. It is Cancer Institute as a Licensed Practical Nurse and will return to
typically held the Saturday before quarter start. All South this fall to continue her education to become an RN.
newly registered students will receive a notiﬁcation ~ Minh-Trang Duong
in the mail or via email. LPN (Licensed Practical Nurse) Program, Class of 2006
The South Seattle Community College Foundation provides a
number of scholarships and grants to help students cover the cost of
their education. Recipients include current students and graduating high
school students who would like to attend South. For more details on
opportunities call (206) 764-5809.
You can get help paying your tuition with e-Cashier. The main
beneﬁt is that you don’t have to pay your tuition all at once. Other
advantages include: easy online enrollment, ﬂexible payment options,
and no interest. Details are available at southseattle.edu or by calling the
Cashier’s Ofﬁce at (206) 764-5388.
The Math and Science Tutoring Center drop-in help is available for all
levels of math and science.
“Receiving a scholarship from the
Foundation allowed me to complete
my transfer degree and made me feel
proud that I am part of the many Help is available for all students in all subject areas - free of charge.
students at South deserving of a Group sessions, study buddies and one-on-one tutoring are available.
scholarship. I will continue to give
back to the community that has given
me so many opportunities…” Christian
graduated from Seattle University in Individual tutoring, conferences with instructors and writing
2007 and accepted a position with an assistants on any writing assignment are available.
~ Christian Guerrero
AA degree, Class of 2005 If you are the ﬁrst in your family to attend college, low income, or
have a documented disability, you may be eligible for this federally-
funded program. At Student Success Services you can ﬁnd academic
and personal support for your college dreams, including advising, social
activities, assistance with applying for ﬁnancial aid and scholarships,
assistance creating an educational plan to complete your two-year degree
and transfer to a four-year school. Call (206) 764-5326.
This program works collaboratively with other college programs and
services. In addition to all campus buildings and parking being accessible,
services and equipment are available for the blind or visually impaired,
the deaf or hard of hearing, and the learning disabled. If you require
accommodations, call the TDD/message phone at (206) 763-5137.
“You only have one life and you have to live it to the best
of your ability,” says Tammy, who has been educating
young people on making safe decisions since a life-
changing accident left her a paraplegic. “I encourage
people with disabilities to go to college to get an
education, and to try to get out there in the work force.”
Tammy was hired in March 2007 as the Marketing
Manager for VARILITE, a local company in Seattle that
makes postural support systems for wheelchair users
~ Tammy Wilber, AA, Class of 2003
2006 Ms. Wheelchair Washington
Bachelor of Arts in Education with Residency
Certiﬁcation and Elementary (K-8) and ESL
Master’s Degree Programs in Education
Bachelor of Science (BS) in Technology, Applied
(for current or former Boeing employees)
Our Student Learning Outcomes
...are the knowledge and abilities every student graduating
with a certiﬁcate or degree from South Seattle Community
College will have. Students will achieve these outcomes as
well as the speciﬁc curriculum outcomes for their academic
or technical area of study.
and career purposes
operations as required by program of study
and career purposes
Identify, interpret, and utilize higher level
Our Mission mathematical and cognitive skills (for students who
South Seattle Community College is a constantly choose to move beyond the minimum requirements
evolving educational community dedicated to providing as stated above)
quality learning experiences which prepare students to
3. Human Relations
meet their goals for life and work.
se social interactive skills to work in groups
The College values and promotes a close involvement effectively
with the community and strong partnerships with
business, labor, and industry. values
The College commits to serving the diverse needs of 4. Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving
students in our communities by providing:
College transfer programs and technical and problems, and making decisions
professional programs which prepare students to
succeed in their careers and further their education 5. Technology
Responsive technical and professional training developed
in collaboration with business, labor, and industry personal, academic, and career tasks
6. Personal Responsibility
and services which value diversity, support learning,
and promote student success
adapt to change
professional and personal development of the members
of our communities
College Community Responsibilities 7. Information Literacy
At South Seattle Community College each of us will…
treat each other with courtesy and respect, speak civilly and sources and contexts, including technology
act responsibly with consideration for the rights of others, Use information to achieve personal, academic, and
afﬁrm the value of diversity and promote cultural sensitivity, career goals, and to participate in a democratic society
and maintain a safe and welcoming community.
Policies & Procedures - southseattle.edu/campus
Helen Sutton is truly a lifelong supporter of education. In addition to her service at South Seattle Community
She ﬁrst got interested in education through her studies College, Helen has also been very active in the
at Washington State University, where she earned Federated Women’s Club, the West Seattle Chamber
her bachelor’s degree. Helen then began teaching at of Commerce and the P.E.O. Club. She has served as
Wapato Junior and Senior High School, where she met president for each of these groups.
her husband Milton Sutton. Later Helen and Milton
moved to the Seattle area where she taught at West Helen has received both local and national recognition
Seattle High School. for her dedication. She was appointed by three
Washington State governors to serve on the Seattle
Helen’s expertise and commitment to education earned Community College District Board of Trustees, where
her an invitation to serve the Citizen’s Advisory Council she served two terms as the chair. In 1982 Helen was
that eventually led to the establishment of South Seattle among 12 community college volunteers to be invited
Community College. Her involvement with this effort by President Reagan to travel to the White House for a
resulted in decades of service and dedication to South conference on volunteerism.
Seattle Community College and the community.
Today, Helen continues to serve on the South Seattle
When the South Seattle Community College Community College Foundation Board of Directors,
Foundation was formed in 1981, Helen served as which she is active on the arboretum committee and
the ﬁrst president of the Board of Directors. Helen’s the scholarship committee. Helen was honored for her
leadership helped the SSCC Foundation successfully years of dedication at the annual Tour & Tea event this
complete a $2.1 million capital campaign for the past June.
Culinary Arts building; she also led efforts to create the
six-acre arboretum on campus.
SOUTH SEATTLE COMMUNITY COLLEGE FOUNDATION
Certiﬁcation and Elementary (K-8) and ESL
The BAS will prepare you for management, marketing, and
human resources positions in all facets of the industry. Contact: Judy Jennings, (206) 764-5367 or
If you currently have a two-year technical degree or are
close to it, the BAS in Hospitality Management gives you
the chance to earn a career-enhancing bachelor’s degree. www.ewu.edu/sscc
It’s also a great asset if you are just entering the ﬁeld, or
if you’ve been passed over for promotion because your Technology Option
employer has raised the bar for education of managers and
supervisors. in Computing Technology or Business Information
Technology more powerful.
Contact: Cynthia Calderon, (206) 764-5394 or
firstname.lastname@example.org or Malcolm Grothe, (206) 768-6808 email@example.com
SOUTH - Fall 2007
E NROLLING n e w S t u d e nt s !
1. Complete a Financial Aid Application
(206) 764-5317 • southseattle.edu/finaid • RSB 53
CHanging YOUr SCHedUle
If you will need financial aid to assist with the cost of tuition and books, Add a Class
you can pick up a financial aid packet from the Financial Aid Office or Pick up an Add/Drop form at the Registration Counter and return the
access the required paperwork on our website (see above). The ap- completed form to the same counter during the first two weeks of the
plication information describes eligibility requirements, deadlines (ap- quarter. When adding a class the second week of the quarter, the form
plication must be completed three months before quarter starts), must be signed by the instructor.
and the process. Our best advice is to plan at least three months before
the quarter begins and pay close attention to financial aid application Withdraw from a Class
deadlines! Students are responsible for paying tuition by the due date
along with purchasing books by the first day of class if their financial aid Students who stop attending a class are at risk of receiving a failing
eligibility has not been determined. grade unless they officially withdraw from that class. To officially withdraw,
pick up an Add/Drop form at the Registration Counter and return the
The Scholarship Advising Center, located in RSB 54A behind the completed form to the same counter.
Financial Aid Office, can help locate scholarship applications and forms,
and provide advice on finding scholarships, locally and nationally. Find When a student drops a class after the second week of the quarter,
current scholarship applications on southseattle.edu/finaid. a W (Official Withdrawal) will appear on the student’s transcript. A
student’s grade point average is not affected by a W. After the 8th week
(or the 6th week during summer quarter), students may not officially
Take a Placement Test withdraw from a class, regardless of academic status. Information
2. (206) 764-5349 • southseattle.edu/enrolling • RSB 76 regarding refunds for dropped classes can be found in the quarterly
class schedule listed in the table of contents under “Tuition and Fees”.
Contact the Information Desk (in the RSB) to take a placement test. Please note it is the student’s responsibility to request a refund through
The cost is $15. You will need: 1) SSCC student identification number the Registration Office.
from Registration or from Admissions Acceptance e-mail; 2) a receipt
from the Cashier; 3) state-issued picture identification or CURRENT
student picture identification. The results of the test will guide the PrePare TO SUCCeed
counselor/advisor in placing you in appropriate classes. NOTE: You do
not have to take an assessment test if you have an official transcript Online Orientation “Succeeding at South 101”
listing college-level English 101 and Math 102 with a grade point of Get to know South and our many resources and gain the information you
2.0 or higher. need to be a success. Online orientation is an option for all students, both
new and returning. You will need your SID and email address to log in.
3. Schedule a 30-Minute Academic Advising Appointment
(206) 764-5387 • RSB Information Desk New Student Orientation
Call to schedule a 30-minute advising appointment to take place AFTER NSO is typically held the Saturday before quarter start. All newly
you complete your placement test. Advisors must have your test results registered students will receive a notification in the mail or via email.
for this meeting. If applicable, before you come in for your appointment
request a review of previous college credits before meeting with advising Program Orientation
staff. This requires filling out a “Transcript Evaluation Request Form” Contact the specific program in
located at the Registration Counter or online at www.southseattle. which you are enrolled to ask if it
edu/services/evaltrans.pdf. is necessary to attend a program
orientation (or information session)
Enroll for Classes and Pay Tuition in addition to the campus-wide new
4. (206) 764-7938 • southseattle.edu/services
RSB Registration Window
For best class selection, register early during the new student registration
time period or during open enrollment. New, first-quarter students
register in-person. Thereafter, you can use the Web to register. Pay
tuition with cash, check, or credit card at the Cashier’s window or on
the Web. If you have received a financial aid award, your tuition will
be paid automatically if you registered for 12 credits or more. If you
registered for less than 12 credits or if you do not know if you have a
financial award, please contact the Financial Aid Office. Additionally, if
you are receiving funding from an agency, please contact the Financial
Aid Office. See the quarterly Class Schedule for Registration and
Tuition is due within 7 business days from the date you first register
for classes. If you register for classes on or after the first day of
the quarter, tuition is due immediately.
COMPASS is the computerized placement exam testing students in writing,
reading and math. The ESL/COMPASS exam also tests listening skills.
GED Exams are offered to candidates 16 years or older; in addition, those under
19 years old must obtain a waiver from their home school district. Washington
state ID and SSCC cashier receipt for $15 per test are required on test day.
Complete an application and sign-up for test sessions at the Information Desk
in Registration, (206) 764-5349 at the Testing Ofﬁce, RSB 76, or online at www.
CHEMISTRY testing is required of ALL students wishing to take CHEM 140
without having taken CHEM 139. The fee is $15. Call (206) 768-6767 to
Call (206) 764-5349 or (206) 768-6767 to sign-up for the GED and visit www.
southseattle.edu/resources/sas.htm for more detailed test information.
Completed applications are evaluated on a ﬁrst-come, ﬁrst-served basis in
the awarding cycles listed below. Students who complete the application
process by the awarding cycle date are assured notiﬁcation of ﬁnancial
Summer Hours, June 25-August 31 aid eligibility before the ﬁrst day of class (see dates below). To meet these
7:30 am - 4:30 pm, Mon. - Thurs.; 9:00 am - 1:00 pm Fri. deadlines you must mail in or submit electronically an accurate FAFSA
Beginning September 4 to the processor at least 6 weeks before the deadline. Applications com-
7:30 am - 6:30 pm, Mon. - Thurs.; 9:00 am - 4:30 pm, Fri. pleted after the awarding cycle dates will be reviewed as time permits.
Fall quarter (2007) deadline ..................................................July 31, 2007
Winter quarter (2008) deadline......................................November 9, 2007
Spring quarter (2008) deadline........................................February 8, 2008
Summer quarter (2008) deadline....................................... March 28, 2008
Prior to the ﬁrst day of the quarter, students enrolling in classes offered at
North, Central or South Seattle Community Colleges may register for classes Late applicants must plan to pay for tuition, fees, and books from their own
at any of the three campuses. The student must pay tuition and fees in full at funds to get started. A ﬁnancial aid check for late applicants will be issued
the time of registration if participating in inter-district registration. Registration to eligible students when eligibility is determined.
must be in process at the campus that is offering the course. Beginning the
ﬁrst day of the quarter, students must go to the Registration Center on the For information call (206) 764-5317 or visit www.southseattle.edu/ﬁnaid.
campus where the course is being taught to enroll.
If you are currently enrolled at North Seattle or Seattle Central and want to
add a course offered at South Seattle, you have two options: (1) contact the
Registration Ofﬁce at your home campus to add a SSCC course, or (2) bring
a copy of current enrollment receipt from your home campus to the SSCC Find out about funding options and employment resources in this free
Registration Center and complete an add/drop form. workshop offered in the WorkSource Center every other Wednesday at
11:00am in RSB 79. Call (206 764-5304).
Find out about the new sources of money available to low income
Duwamish Apprenticeship & Education Center (6770 East Marginal Way) working parents for tuition and books.
Call (206) 764-5350
Laid off? You may be eligible for extra funding to attend college.
NewHolly Learning Center (7058 32nd Ave. S), (206) 768-6642
Off-campus Continuing Education classes follow registration procedures of the partners to telephone you and assist you with your questions and
outlined in the Continuing Education section of this schedule. concerns.
6:00 pm and Fridays, 8:00 am to 4:30 pm.
Moved? New phone or email? Let us know.www.southseattle.edu/
If you are a veteran or a family member of a disabled veteran interested in
applying for VA educational beneﬁts, please stop by the Veteran Affairs Ofﬁce
so we can assist you with the application process. The VA Ofﬁce recommends
that all forms and applications be completed as early as possible to ensure that
If you are a new student, you must take a Placement Test (COMPASS or ESL/
COMPASS) unless you have an ofﬁcial transcript showing a 2.0 or higher beneﬁts are received in a timely manner. If you require advanced pay, the VA
grade in college level English composition and college level math. requires that you complete your submission at least 30 working days prior to
the start of the quarter. In order to continue collecting VA beneﬁts, a Request
Consult the current Testing Schedule online at http://www.southseattle. for Beneﬁts must be submitted each quarter. These forms are available outside
edu/resources.sascal.htm for test sessions. The placement test fee is the VA Ofﬁce. For more information please call (206) 764-5811.
$15 payable at the Cashier. Bring government-issued photo ID and
receipt to RS 076.
After testing, see your advisor or counselor for initial placement.
SOUTH - Fall 2007
Note: If you pay for the class prior to the end of the first week of the quarter, the
TUiTiOn college will assume you are not interested in using the state waiver. Students
using the waiver cannot hold a paid seat in the class prior to the second week
For academic, Social Security, vA, insurance and loan guarantor
of the quarter. If you register early, you will forfeit a 100% refund.
purposes, 12 or more credits is considered fulltime. In order to be
verified as enrolled, tuition and fees must be paid in full. The waiver is for state-funded courses only. Continuing Education courses are
not covered by the agreement. A full-time faculty member is not eligible to use
RESIDENT STUDENTS (Per Credit) the waiver for first aid courses. Employees in the K-12 system are not eligible
1 to 10 credits.................................................................................. $73.90 for the WA State Employee Waiver.
Credits taken exceeding 10 and up to 18....................................... $29.65
Credits taken exceeding 18 and up to 25 (Academic)..................... $66.85
Credits taken exceeding 18 (Professional/Technical)...................... $10.00 FeeS
Active Duty Military and Dependents, WA Reservists/Guard Members
and Refugees resident tuition rates apply.
ABE/ESL/GED Prep................................................... (per quarter) $25.00
NON-RESIDENT STUDENTS & INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS (Per Credit) Assessment Test (COMPASS or ESL/COMPASS).......................... $15.00
1 to 10 credits.................................................................................$245.60 Aviation Materials Fee ................................................................... $150.00
Credits taken exceeding 10 and up to 18.........................................$33.45 Culinary Arts Lab Fee .................................................................... $150.00
Credits taken exceeding 18 and up to 25 (Academic)................... $238.55 Distance Learning
Credits taken exceeding 18 (Professional/Technical)...................... $35.75 Online Server/Telecourse Fee, per credit ...................................... $8.00
Hybrid server fee, per class .......................................................... $5.00
NON-RESIDENT DISTANCE LEARNING STUDENTS* (Per Credit) GED Test Fee .................................................................................. $15.00
1 to 10 credits.................................................................................. $87.10 Intensive English (IEP) ............................................................... $2,400.00
Credits taken exceeding 10 and up to 18........................................ $29.20 International Student Application Fee .............................................. $50.00
Credits taken exceeding 18 and up to 25........................................ $66.85 International Student Health Insurance ......................................... $201.75
*Must be a U.S. citizen or have resident status by Federal INS (mandatory unless self-insured)
HIGH SCHOOL COMPLETION (RESIDENT)* (Per Credit) Lab Fee ........................................................................................... $35.90
1 to 10 credits...................................................................................$14.75 Lab fee is required for he following courses/programs: Automotive,
Aviation, Computer, Computer-Aided Drafting and Design, Cosmetology,
Credits taken exceeding 10 and up to 18......................................... $5.95
Engineering, Heavy Duty Diesel, Nursing, Pottery Clay fee, Photography,
Credits taken exceeding 18 and up to 25.........................................$66.85
Science courses, and Welding. Students utilizing the computer labs in
HIGH SCHOOL COMPLETION (NON-RESIDENT)* (Per Credit) Math or English courses will also be charged this fee.
1 to 10 credits.................................................................................. $73.90 Print Allocation Increase: (55 pages) ................................................. $5.00
Credits taken exceeding 10 and up to 18.........................................$29.65 Community Technology Access: (per quarter) ................................. $20.00
Credits taken exceeding 18 and up to 25........................................ $66.85 Student Identification Card ................................................................ $5.00
Transcript (Official) (per transcript) .................................................... $3.00
* If you are 19 years of age or older and are a Washington State resident, Transportation Management Plan (TMP) (Summer $7.00) ............. $10.00
you are eligible for a discounted tuition rate for high school completion Truck Driving Materials Fee ........................................................ $2,086.00
courses. Non-residents are charged resident tuition rate for high school Universal Technology (4 or more credits; per cr, max of $30.00) ...... $3.00
completion courses. Students between 16 and 18 years old must pay full Wine Class Lab Fee (per class) ...................................................... $45.00
tuition. For academic, social security, VA and loan grantor purposes, 12
credits or more is considered full time. PAYMENT POLICIES
Pay Your Tuition on Time - Your registration is not complete unless tuition
SPECIAL TUITION RATES and fees have been paid in full. No partial payments are accepted. If you
Eligible veterans (restrictions apply) register prior to the beginning of the quarter your tuition and fees are due
Must verify status with campus Veteran Affairs Office at (206) 768-6744. within 7 days of your registration. If you register on or after the first day of
1 to 10 credits ................................................................................ $36.95 the quarter, tuition and fee payment is due immediately upon registration.
Credits taken exceeding 10 and up to 18 ...................................... $14.80 Exception: Fall tuition is due August 9 for previously enrolled students.
Credits taken exceeding 18 and up to 25, (Academic) .................. $33.45 Students may charge tuition and books on VISA, Master Card, American
Credits taken exceeding 18, (Professioinal/Technical) .................... $5.00 Express or Discover credit cards. Please note: you may pay tuition and fees
Child/spouse of deceased/disabled veteran, contact the Veteran’s Affairs using the Web at http://southseattle.edu/services or visit the Cashier’s office.
Officer at (206) 768-6744. Debit cards are only accepted when paying in person or at the secured drop
BAS Hospitality Mangement Degree Tuition - go to http://southseattle. box. Students using their parent’s charge card must bring a signed note from
edu/services/tuition.htm the authorized cardholder The fee payment drop box is located outside the
Apprentice Training ............................................... (per clock hour) $2.47 Cashier’s Office in the Robert Smith Building.
First Aid........................................................................(per credit) $66.85
Parent Education......................................................... (per credit) $11.00 Refunds & Withdrawals - Students who officially withdraw from classes
Senior Adult Courses...................................................(per credit) $22.20 may receive a refund of fees and tuition. See the refund schedule under
Registration on page 4.
SENIOR AUDIT OF REGULAR CLASSES
WA State residents 60 years or older may register for up to two courses for a
fee of $5.00/class. Seniors register on a space-available basis beginning the ParKing
second week of the quarter. Students should attend class the first week of
the quarter with instructor permission while waiting to find out if class space Parking is by paid permit, either daily, quarterly or annual, Monday – Saturday.
is available. Students are responsible for any additional charges, such as Parking is available on a limited basis. Daily permit dispensers are located at
I.D. card, fees, parking, books or supplies. This waiver is not for students the North Gatehouse, in the South Parking Lot adjacent to the gravel area,
intending to use credits for increasing credentials or salary increases. or near the bus stop on the driveway in front of the Robert Smith Building
(RSB). Visitors may park for up to 45 minutes for $0.25, using the visitor
WA STATE EMPLOYEE TUITION WAIvER spaces along the RSB driveway or general parking areas. Day permits may
Employees of SCCD and employees of WA State who work halftime or more, be purchased for $2.00 from the north or south dispensers, or the Cashiers
may register for up to 6 credit hours state-funded courses per quarter for a Office (RSB 47). Patrons of the Alhadeff Grill, Café Alki or the Beauty Center
$20 processing fee. (Does not include self-support classes.) Enrollment is on may park free in the Cascade Court lot, if they register their license number
a space-availability basis and begins the 6th through the 10th class day of the with the area they are patronizing.
quarter. Students should attend class the first week of the quarter with instruc-
tor permission while awaiting determination of space-availability. Students are
responsible for any additional charges, such as I.D. card, fees, parking, books
Quarterly permits are purchased from the Cashier. Student parking requires Students meeting the above criteria who were previously classified as non-
proof of paid registration, and is based on enrolled credits (Summer quarter residents are responsible for requesting a change in their residency status.
only) (Includes City Commercial Parking tax) : Forms and information are available in the Registrar’s office.
0-5 credits $16.75 Students who are not permanent residents or U.S. citizens may qualify for
6-10 credits $33.50 resident tuition at Washington state colleges, under provisions of a bill passed
11 or more credits $50.25 in 2003 by the state legislature. The bill applies to students who have gradu-
Carpools $27.75 ated or who will have graduated from a Washington state high school; it also
Students will receive parking refunds only upon complete withdrawal applies to students who have received the equivalent of a high school diploma
from classes or for classes which have been canceled by the college. while living in Washington. Students must also meet specific additional criteria.
Refunds will be processed according to Withdrawal and Status Change For more information, contact the Registration Office.
information with return of the permit. Lost or stolen permits will be ATTENDANCE
replaced at the student’s cost. For parking information, call James
Lewis, Transportation Director, at (206) 763-5157 or the Cashier’s Instructors have the option to drop students who have not attended the first
Office at (206) 764-5388 or visit www.southseattle.edu/services/ three classes or at least one class meeting during the first week of the quarter.
parking.htm Students unable to attend the first week should make arrangements with the
instructor. It is the responsibility of the student to withdraw from classes.
To officially withdraw from classes you must come to the Registration Center
STUdenT idenTiFiCaTiOn CardS and process an add/drop form. See Registration Calendar and Refund Policy
on page 6. From the eighth week on a student may not officially withdraw
Students taking three or more credits are required to have a photo ID card, from a class. After a “W” is issued the course may be repeated only once.
validated each quarter. The card provides library privileges, computer lab ac-
cess and fitness center access (stamped when applicable lab fees are paid). AUDITING A CLASS
The fee for an ID card is $5.00 and is non-refundable. To ensure accuracy and Students must officially register for the course(s) they want to audit. Students
for your protection, you must provide photo ID (i.e. driver’s license, state ID, must pay full tuition. An “N” grade will be recorded on your transcript. After
or passport) and your registration receipt indicating payment of the student ID an “N” is issued the course may be repeated only once. See the Registration
card fee. Photos will be taken on a drop-in basis, Monday through Friday, Calendar for information on changing from credit-to-audit or audit-to-credit.
at the Advising/Counseling desk.
REPEATING A COURSE
EXCEPTIONS: Students enrolled in ABE, ESL, Community Service, Parent
Co-op, or Senior Adult Ed programs have the option to purchase a card. You may repeat any credit course and request that Registration and Records
use the highest grade received for computing your GPA. However, unless you
submit a specific request, the first grade and repeat grade will be averaged.
diSabiliTY SUPPOrT SerViCeS NOTE: Course(s) must be repeated at the same campus.
Persons with disabilities requiring accommodations are asked to contact this
office, TDD/message phone: (206) 763-5137. Requests for accommodations Students have ONE quarter to make up an incomplete grade (excluding Sum-
must be made at least four weeks prior to the date service is needed. mer Quarter). If a student chooses to repeat a course rather than make up
course work, the “I” grade will remain on the transcript but the repeated grade
Requests for interpreting services should be made at least three weeks prior will be computed into the GPA. Courses may be repeated only once.
to the start of the quarter. Less than three weeks notice can result in delayed
services. Fax requests to (206) 768-6649 or drop off a copy of your class RELEASE OF STUDENT INFORMATION/FERPA
schedule during office hours.
Notice is hereby given that the colleges in Seattle Community College District
VI have adopted institutional procedures in compliance with Public Law 93-380,
the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974. It provides students
gradUaTiOn aPPliCaTiOn PrOCeSS the opportunity to view their educational records upon request. No information
contained in a student’s file will be released to any individual or organization
The quarter before planning to graduate, the student must meet with an without prior written consent of the student concerned. This does not include
advisor to determine that required coursework has been completed. An directory information relating to the act of enrollment in the college. Exceptions
advisor or counselor must sign off on the Graduation/Diploma Application. also include those records requested by subpoena, in emergency situations, in
To make an advising appointment, call (206) 764-5387, or stop by the Infor- compliance with the Solomon Amendment* (military access) and Department
mation Desk in the Robert Smith Building. All students who have applied of Education requests, and provided to the National Student Clearninghouse.
to graduate will receive a packet of information in late April, or early May, Students may request, through written notice that the college not release direc-
regarding the Commencement Ceremony. tory information. This remains in effect until the student notifies the college
that directory information can be released. Students desiring more detailed
information may inquire at the Registration Office or go to http://southseattle.
COllege POliCieS edu/campus. *Military Recruiters may request information identified in the
Solomon Amendment (phone number, address, level of education and DOB)
ABOUT RESIDENCY STATUS for currently enrolled students. Information is not released for students who
have filed a “do not release” form.
A resident is a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, who (1) is financially inde-
pendent; (2) has established a domicile in the state of Washington for other STATE FUNDING SUPPORT OF STUDENTS
than educational purposes for a period of at least one full year prior to the
Washington State contributes to the cost of resident students’ education. The
beginning date of the quarter; or (3) is a dependent student whose parents
total cost of resident full-time tuition for a year of education is $5,898. Resident
or legal guardians have maintained a domicile in the state of Washington for
students pay $1,959 of this amount; the remaining $3,939 is paid for by the
at least one full year prior to the beginning date of the quarter; and (4) who
State of Washington. Nonresident students pay $6,778 for a year of education.
further meets and complies with all applicable requirements of WAC 250-18-
Instructional cost per FTE is $5,898 for nonresident students.
030 and 250-18-035.
Note: As required by the state, residents document their legal residence in CONCERNS OR COMPLAINTS
Washington by showing that for the entire 12 months immediately preceding The Dean of Student Life is the Complaints Officer and is available to meet
the beginning of the quarter, they have done all of the following: 1) held a with students for the purpose of reviewing issues and providing advice on how
WA driver’s license or identification card, 2) had their vehicle registered in to proceed. Make an appointment by calling (206) 764-5332, or stop by the
Washington, and 3) have registered to vote in Washington (if applicable). Office of Student Life in the Jerry Brockey Student Center, room 133.
Other documentation may be required.
If you are blocked from registering for a course because you have not
completed the prerequisite, you must get the instructor’s permission signa-
ture and register in-person at the Registration Center. A prerequisite is the
required course prior to the one for which you are registering, or entrance,
COMPASS or ESL/COMPASS score.
The Wait List is a list of students waiting to be added to a full class should
an opening occur. Names are added to the list in the order in which they
were received. The Wait List feature is available for most classes. You
may check your position on the Wait List by accessing the Web at www.
southseattle.edu/services (click on “Waitlist Inquiry and Update”). You
will need to check your schedule often via the Web to see if you have been
enrolled in the class, to see if there are any outstanding tuition charges and
to adjust your schedule if necessary.
Pay tuition and fees using VISA, Master Charge, American Express or
Discover credit cards. Debit cards are not accepted on the Web.
For your convenience, student online enrollment services are available
seven days a week, from 5:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m.
Grades will be available on the Web approximately one week after each
Currently enrolled students can register earlier online than in person. To
take advantage of this deal, check the Web for your online registration time
before Web registration begins. See page 4 for start time. Students can
register from the time of their registration appointment through the ﬁfth day
of the quarter. If you want to audit a class, you need to go to the registration In order to access your student information on the Web, you need to know
ofﬁce in person, or call (206) 764-5938. your student ID and PIN numbers.
Student Identiﬁcation Number (SID) is a college assigned student identi-
Personal Identiﬁcation Number (PIN) is initially your birth date entered as a
If you have a hold on your records, you will be informed of the hold. You six-digit number. For example, May 5, 1983 would be 050583. Students are
cannot register until the hold has been removed. Call (206) 764-7938 to encouraged to change their PIN to a six-digit number they will remember.
inquire about the type of hold, and then contact the appropriate department See instructions on the Web at www.southseattle.edu/services.
(for example, the Library, Financial Aid, Cashier) to clear the hold.
Check registration appointment time
Use the ﬁrst four numbers of the six-digit item/section number listed under Plan your quarterly class schedule
the course number in the schedule. For example: If the item number for Check class availability
ENG 101 is 8765.08, the number you enter is 8765.
Register for or add/drop classes
Item No. Section Course Abbreviation Course No.
Wait list a class
View your class schedule
Get your grades
View your unofﬁcial transcript
Pay tuition by credit card
Check your ﬁnancial aid status
Change your address, phone or e-mail address
Change your PIN
View the quarterly class schedule
See Page 29 on How to Read Schedule View the testing calendar
Sign up for GED, distance learning or chemistry tests
View the district catalog
View Academic/registration calendar
AcAdemic Support to Help You Succeed
Academic Advising The MAST
http://www.southseattle.edu/resources/advisors.htm The Math and Science Tutoring Center
(206) 764-5387 • Next to Registration (206) 763-5137 • RSB 18
Advisors and counselors provide information on course Drop-in help is available for all levels of math and
enrollments, quarterly class selection, graduation assessment science for students. An instructor and peer tutors help
and educational planning. Advisors also provide resources to students solve problems and improve their math skills.
students who want to research other colleges or programs. Use MAST as a study hall and sign up to earn credit while
You can email an advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org working in MAST.
Become a Tutor and Earn Credit Math Help for High School Students
(206) 763-5137 • RSB 12 (206) 763-5137 • RSB 18
The Tutoring Program at SSCC benefits both those An easy, inexpensive way for high school students
who need tutoring and those who serve as tutors. EDU 200 to get help with math for the cost of one credit. Taking
is a weekly seminar in which strategies and techniques for other classes is not necessary. Call Roxanne Tillman for
becoming a better tutor are presented. Tutors earn one to information.
five credits for attending and participating in seminars and
for tutoring in the content areas. Tutor Center
C.L.I.C. (Collaborative Learning & Instruction Center) (206) 763-5137 • RSB 12
Student Success Services Help is available for all SSCC students in all subject
http://dept.seattlecolleges.com/studentss areas - free of charge. Just fill out a Request for Tutor form,
(206) 764-5326 • RSB 66 have your instructor sign it, and return it to the Tutor Center.
Student Success Services invites eligible students to A tutor will contact you within two days. Group sessions,
C.L.I.C., room RSB 66, a friendly place where students can study buddies and one-on-one tutoring are available. Be sure
get help learning what they want to know. Help is available to sign up at the first sign of trouble - tutors get booked fast.
for English, Math, Writing, ESL, and other coursework.
Students are welcome to use C.L.I.C. anytime, for specific The Writing Center
help, or as a regular place to study and do homework. Call http://dept.seattlecolleges.com/ssccwrite
for information and eligibility requirements. (206) 768-6412 • LIB 205
The Writing Center offers short, individual tutoring
conferences with instructors and writing assistants on any
writing assignment. Help is available in sentence structure,
punctuation, writing essays and short stories, and doing
. . .Your counselors
Stephen Coates-White, Teri Eguchi, and Don Howard.
Art Gallery Beauty Center
http://studentlife.southseattle.edu/art.html Under the supervision of licensed instructors, our
Exhibiting and interpreting the creative expressions of students provide reasonably priced haircuts, styling,
contemporary regional artists and exploring our cultural coloring, manicures, pedicures, facials, makeup applications,
heritage and history are central to the purposes of the Art and more. Try one of our specials:
Gallery. Events include the Student Art Show and the
Annual Community Art Show, which celebrate the artistic
diversity of our community and campus.
A six-acre living laboratory maintained in part by http://whywaitforbooks.com or
Landscape Horticulture students. Walking paths take http://email@example.com
visitors through multiple specialty gardens. Guided group The Bookstore, not just for used and new textbooks
tours are also available, as well as rental of the Gazebo anymore. We offer a selection of cookbooks, children’s
and other areas for special events. Open dawn to dusk picture books, classic and contemporary ﬁction and more.
seven days a week. The Bookstore is great for the last minute gift including
beautiful journals, picture frames, and wine glasses.
Wrapping paper, gift bags, greeting cards and SSCC
memorabilia items, such as sweatshirts and mugs are also
available. Have the munchies, check out our snacks. Beat
the lines and order your text books and more online. And
remember to sell back your books when you are done.
Purchase plants grown by Landscape Horticulture
students in their nursery operations class.
Take advantage of a unique space in West Seattle for
private banquets, conferences, receptions, auctions and other
special events. We offer courteous and professional servers,
customized decor, audio and visual equipment, china,
glassware, linens, tables and chairs.
Enjoy sumptuous luncheon creations at the training
facilities of our award-winning Culinary Arts program.
Choose from the casual Café Alki or the upscale Alhadeff
Grill. A changing daily menu of hot dishes can also be found
are all invited to take advantage of these services offered at
very affordable prices.
Taste the delicious efforts of our Pastry & Specialty
Baking students. We offer scrumptious cookies, cakes, pies,
mufﬁns, breads, chocolates and pastries.
Comprehensive, friendly career center open to the com-
munity and students. Local businesses can post job openings,
http://www.seattlechinesegarden.org schedule a hiring event, or use our facility to interview quali-
ﬁed applicants. Job seekers may meet individually with career
Pavilion the second Saturday of every month. The docent- professionals during normal business hours to learn how to
effectively conduct a job search or use the computers to conduct
a special tour can be arranged. Call the number above. labor market reserach or to compose a resume. The computer
Otherwise the site is under construction at this time and lab is open on a drop-in basis Monday through Thursday,
closed to the public.
If you are currently receiving unemployment beneﬁts
Receive help planning a new career, attend a resume working at least 20 hours per week with dependant
and interviewing workshop, ﬁnd job listings, search the
Internet for jobs on one of our computers, meet employers, assistance. Orientations are held every Thursday in RSB 81
get unemployment insurance and tuition assistance at 1:00 pm. We may be able to help you train for one of
information. We are open to students and the general
public Mondays through Thursdays, 8:00 am - 6:00 pm We provide ﬁnancial assistance, career planning, job
search instruction and placement assistance. Short-term
and include: training is also available. Call for a current list of these 10
to 12 week courses.
We are a Washington State Employment Security
Ofﬁce site. A specialist will help you with unemployment
questions. Call (206) 768-6748 or (206) 764-5304.
Internships are available to students enrolled in professional
worksource.southseattle.edu/internship.html technical programs. The following internships are available:
Take the opportunity to apply learned classroom skills ABR 197 Automotive Collision Repair
in a work setting. Surveys indicate that employers prefer to ACC 197 Accounting
hire graduates who have completed an internship. AMT 197 Aviation Maintenance Technology
BUS 197 Business Information Technology
Some beneﬁts include: CTN 197 Computing Technology
HDM 197 Diesel and Heavy Equipment Technology
LHO 197 Landscape Horticulture
SMG 197 Supervision Management
WIN 197 Wine Technology
Child Care Center and Preschool Apple Parenting Program
developmentally appropriate early learning program
for children aged 18 months and older. We have
affordable rates and ﬂexible scheduling to help parents is a free parenting program for families who are having
pursue their educational and professional goals. A a difﬁcult time with their children or for those wishing
friendly and supportive environment is created by staff to make parenting a more rewarding experience. Topics
trained in early childhood development. include discipline, parent-child communication, stress and
To ﬁnd out more about our Toddler and Preschool anger management, as well as parent and child self-esteem.
programs, hours, rates, ages, eligibility and space Sponsored by the Cities of Tukwila, SeaTac, Des Moines
availability, call us or stop by for a visit! and South Seattle Community College. Day and evening
classes are held in the Tukwila area. Childcare is provided.
Parent Cooperative Preschool
Baby & Me
http://dept.seattlecolleges.com/homelife Classes for parents and infants are offered in White
Center and Tukwila. Classes provide information and
By enrolling your child in a parent support for parents as well as parent/child activities
cooperative preschool you are simultaneously including music, bubbles and books and are co-facilitated
enrolled in a vocational course through South Seattle by instructors from White Center Public Health and South
Seattle Community College. Baby & Me Español for
Spanish-speaking families meets in White Center.
competent parenting and family management skills.
to enroll. Check out the Web at http://dept.seattlecolleges.
Parents enrolled in the class are required to: com/apple.
Diversity Retention Opportunities & Resources
Diversity & Retention is a network of departments Each of our areas provides support for your unique
working together to foster an inclusive campus community needs. Check out the textbook loan library at the Cultural
by providing education about diversity, social justice, Center or enjoy one of our many multicultural programs,
gender equity, and multiculturalism. We advocate for the visit the Women’s Center to obtain resources and referrals
academic persistence and success of students of color and to whatever challenges life may bring you, take part
underrepresented groups through leadership opportunities, in leadership development opportunities, or introduce
support services, programming, and college-wide yourself to the staff and let us know what you need to be
initiatives. successful at South!
Cultural Center Contact Information
The Cultural Center empowers student leaders to
explore, celebrate, and educate the campus community Dean of Diversity, Retention, & Student Leadership
about the diversity among us. We offer an inclusive and
reﬂective space, multicultural programming, and support
services that encourage positive interaction, academic
persistence, and growth among students, faculty, and staff. Director of Diversity & Retention
The Women’s Center provides referral support for the
diverse needs of women in the campus community in order Cultural Center Coordinator
to contribute to their academic and professional success.
In addition the Women’s Center implements educational
programs that address gender equity and women’s issues.
The Women’s Center is also committed to providing a Women’s Center Coordinator
friendly campus environment and space for all gender
identities on campus.
h igh S chool Programs
Running Start • (206) 764-5805 • RSB 46 Middle College High School • (206) 768-6704
http://dept.seattlecolleges.com/running RAH 220A • http://www.southseattle.edu/mchs
• Earn college credit while in high school • A challenging, non-traditional high school
environment helping students realize their potential
• Join the dynamic world of the college campus
and earn a high school degree
• Get a Running Start on higher education – courses
• Serves as a bridge to college
taken may count toward high school and college credit,
so students can earn a four-year degree at an earlier age
Upward Bound • (206) 768-6676 • RAH 206
• Seize the opportunity to earn a high school diploma
and a two-year college degree at the same time • Helps low-income/first generation college students to
prepare for and complete college - serving Evergreen
• Save money – Running Start students pay no tuition and Tyee High Schools
Career Link • (206) 764-7946 • RAH 311 Tech Prep • (206) 768-6863 • TEC 127B
SSCC Campus • Earn college credit while in high school
• Free high school completion leading to a high school • Start on your way to a satisfying career in automotive
diploma for youth 16 to 21 years old. Participants work technology, business information technology, culinary
on academic skills related to vocational training and arts, drafting and computer-aided design, to name a few
transition to college programs. • Tech Prep high school courses earn both high school and
• Open entry/open exit enrollment college credits. Students working toward an AAS degree
may complete their college studies faster and at less cost
• Features credit retrieval, career and education
exploration, short-term technical skills classes, work- • Save cash - Tech Prep students pay no tuition
based learning, and advising/support services • Tech Prep partner school districts are Seattle, Federal
Way, Renton, Highline, Tukwila, Vashon Island and
TRIO Talent Search • (206) 768-6474 • RAH 206 South Kitsap and the Sea-Tac Occupational Skills Center
• Serves eligible high school students from Chief Sealth,
West Seattle, Cleveland, Career Link, Middle College SAT Scholastic Aptitude Prep Test • (206) 768-6600
and Denny Middle School www.southseattle.edu/programs/satprep.htm
• Get information about higher education options • Review of core topics and test-taking strategies
• Learn about scholarships and get help with applications • Verbal and math SAT prep courses
• Get help choosing and applying for a college • Exposure to a college
• Explore career options
• Earn college credit
GED Prep • (206) 764-5363 • RSB 2
Testing • (206) 764-5349 • RSB 76
• Earn your high school diploma equivalency certificate
• GED exams are offered most Wednesdays during the
academic quarter; consult the testing calendar at http://
and register for the exams at the Information Desk/
Registration, through your GED instructor or online at
government of South and represents your interests to
the college administration and provides services and
programs, which enhance your campus experiences. The
USA meets every week in JMB 128. Everyone is welcome!
Get involved in student leadership and The Campus Recreation Program sponsors events
experience the beneﬁts. Develop your skills such as bowling, basketball, hiking and skiing to name
and leadership potential.
basketball and tennis courts on the south side of the
Jerry Brockey Student Center. You can also create your
own activity. Call Colby Keene at (206) 768-6670 or
Join a club or start your own. Make new friends and
help plan, organize and develop educational, cultural
and social activities. Some current clubs include the Fitness Center
Our weightlifting and training facility is located
behind the Jerry Brockey Student Center. We offer
running machines, stair steppers, weight machines and
more, call David Daw at (206) 764-5330 or stop by the free weights. Lockers are also available. Contact Colby
. Keene at (206) 768-6670 for information.
All the excellent work students contribute in their Enjoy ping pong or pool, check email, kick back and
leadership activities can be ofﬁcially recorded for free
in the Student Development Transcript, an ofﬁcial the Brockey Center across from the Bookstore.
record of service and involvement at South. It can be a
positive addition to applications for schools, jobs and Lost and Found
scholarships. All students are welcome and encouraged Located in the Student Life ofﬁce, room JMB
to participate. Stop by the Student Life Ofﬁce in JMB
bringing lost items here. Call 764-5332 for missing items.
Women’s Center –
The Women’s Center provides a variety of support Published throughout the quarter, The Sentinel is
services such as consultations, referrals, and community your source for SSCC news. The ofﬁce is located in JMB
resource information. Call (206) 768-6801 for 119. Call (206) 764-5333 for information, to inquire
about jobs, or to place a classiﬁed ad.
The following classes are for students whose education has been
interrupted or delayed, or is insufficient to achieve their current goals.
Whether you need brushing up on your reading, writing or math skills, are an immigrant
or an international student needing help with English language skills, or need assistance
making the ﬁrst steps towards college, South Seattle Community College has a variety of
programs that will help you realize your dreams of higher education.
These classes are for adults whose reading, writing and math
skills are at a fourth grade level or higher, but wish to improve
These classes are designed to help students who are preparing these skills. Reading and writing are integrated to give students
to take the GED tests. They provide the student with a general the foundation for effective communication. Reading instruction
review of the ﬁve (5) subject areas covered by the GED tests: emphasizes comprehension, vocabulary development, critical
Science, Social Studies, Reading, Math, and Writing. These thinking, and study skills. Writing skills include the review and
classes are offered at our main campus, (206) 764-5363; and application of language and grammar rules, correct usage and
our NewHolly Learning Center, (206) 768-6642. spelling, writing sentences and paragraphs. Math instruction
The GED preparation class has a tuition charge of $25 per includes skill development in whole numbers, fractions, decimals,
quarter. percents, and introduction to algebra and geometry. Offered at
our main campus, (206) 764-5363; and our NewHolly Learning
Please call (206) 764-5363 for orientation dates.
Center, (206) 768-6642.
GED CLASS LOCATIONS & TIMES These classes have a $25 per quarter tuition charge.
South Seattle Community College Please call (206) 764-5363 for orientation dates.
6000 16th Ave. SW
ABE CLASS OFFERINGS & TIMES
NewHolly Learning Center ABE Math 3 and 4
7058 32nd Ave South
Call (206) 768-6642 for details. ABE Communication 3 and 4
www.southseattle.edu Non-Credit & Credit 31
ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
(NON-CREDIT) - (206) 764-5363
Intensive and semi-intensive English as a Second Language
(ESL) classes are offered to non-native speaking immigrants
in the literacy, beginning, intermediate and advanced levels.
Conversation, pronunciation, reading, writing, and grammar are
taught in a combined skills core class with special emphasis
on English language skills that can benefit the student in the
community, on the job or for other specific purposes. Teach-
ers will help students choose specific skills to supplement
PreParing for college
their core classes.
Courses offered: ESL Level 1 Literacy, ESL Level 2, ESL Level
3, ESL Level 4 , ESL Level 5, and ESL Level 6.
These are limited, open-entry classes. Before entering the
ARE FOR CREDIT.
program, students must take the required English language
placement test. Contact the General Studies Office at (206)
764-5363 for more information.
Non-credit ESL classes have a $25 per quarter tuition
DEVELOPMENTAL ENGLISH AS A SECOND
Esl ClAss lOCATiOns & TimEs LANGUAGE (CREDIT) - (206) 764-5363
south seattle Community College Esl 085 EnglisH fOr nOn-nATiVE sPEAKErs: grAmmAr i
6000 16th Ave. SW 1330.01 4 cr TTh 8:00am - 9:50am CAS 210 Bissonnette
M-Th -8:00 am-1:00 pm and M-Th - 6:00 pm-9:00 pm
Call (206) 764-5363 for details. Esl 086 EnglisH fOr nOn-nATiVE sPEAKErs: grAmmAr ii
1340.01 4 cr MWF 10:00am - 11:50am CAS 212 Baldwin
newHolly learning Center
7058 32nd Ave. S. Esl 090 EnglisH fOr nOn-nATiVE sPEAKErs:
M-Th - 9:00 am-12:00 pm and M-Th - 6:00 pm-9:00 pm lisTEning, sPEAKing AnD PrOnUnCiATiOn
Call (206) 768-6642 for details. Taught in combination with ESL 091.
1341.01 2 cr TTh 10:00am - 11:50am TBA Staff
Highpoint Elementary - Free childcare provided here!
Esl 091 EnglisH fOr nOn-nATiVE sPEAKErs:
6760 34th Ave SW sPEAKing, lisTEning AnD PrOnUnCiATiOn
MTW - 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm Taught in combination with 090.
Call (206) 764-5363 for details. 1361.01 2 cr TTh 10:00 am - 11:50 am TBA Staff
Esl 094 EnglisH fOr nOn-nATiVE sPEAKErs: rEADing i
Taught in combination with ESL 095. (Students co-enrolled in ESL 085.)
1382.01 3 cr MWF 8:00 am - 9:50 am CAS 210 Bissonnette
(CREDIT) - (206) 768-6600 Esl 095 EnglisH fOr nOn-nATiVE sPEAKErs: WriTing i
Taught in combination with ESL 094. (Students co-enrolled in ESL 085.)
1362.01 3 cr MWF 8:00 am - 9:50 am CAS 210 Bissonnette
These courses help ensure students build a solid foundation
for college success. Esl 096 EnglisH fOr nOn-nATiVE sPEAKErs: rEADing ii
Taught in combination with ESL 097. (Students co-enrolled in ESL 086.)
Check out the 080 and 090 series courses in the English 1383.02 3 cr MWF 8:00 am - 9:50 am CAS 212 Baldwin
and Math sections of this schedule (page 40 and 43) for
minimum acceptable test scores for enrollment. Counselors Esl 097 EnglisH fOr nOn-nATiVE sPEAKErs: WriTing ii
Taught in combination with ESL 096. (Students co-enrolled in ESL 086.)
and advisors will help place you in the class where you can 1384.01 3 cr MWF 8:00 am - 9:50 am CAS 212 Baldwin
do your best.
nUr 098 inTrO TO APPlYing ACADEmiC sTUDY sTrATEgiEs
This course introduces the student to the learning strategies, thinking
and metacognitive skills necessary to success in the Healthcare Path-
way and Nursing. Students are mentored while they apply what they
learn to their class performance. Prereq: admission into the Healthcare
1375.01 1-2 cr MWF 12:00 pm – 1:00pm RSB 16 Baldwin
32 Credit SOUTH - Fall 2007
PreParing for college
(206 764-5360 • firstname.lastname@example.org
FAX (206) 764-5836 • southseattle.edu/international
THESE COURSES ARE FOR CREDIT
South Seattle Community College considers iEl 059 COmPUTEr lAB ii
international students to be people currently holding a This multi-level, multi-media language lab provides individual and group
non-immigrant visa and those who come to the U.S. for instruction to help ESL/Bridge students improve specific areas such as
pronunciation, reading, writing, keyboarding and word processing, and
the primary purpose of obtaining an education. Students basic computer skills. $34.05 computer lab fee.
interested in attending South must complete an application 3989.02 0 cr MWF 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
packet (available at southseattle.edu/international, the 3912.45 0 cr Daily 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm CAS 200 Staff
International Programs Office in RSB 011 (map on page 79),
iEl 060 rEADing/WirTing/grAmmAr 3
or by calling (206) 764-5360). 3916.45 5 cr Daily 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm CAS 202 Stofer
Orientation Program iEl 061 COmPUTEr lAB iii
3917.45 5 cr Daily 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm CAS 202 Stofer
International Programs offers a full orientation program
for international students. New students connect with South iEl 070 COmPUTErs AnD THE WOrlD
during the Orientation Week activities listed on http:// 3985.45 5 cr Daily 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm CAS 212 Safstrom
southseattle.edu/international/orient.htm or call (206) iEl 071 WriTing WOrKsHOP: WriTing fOr COllEgE lEVEl 5
764-5360. A quarter long course, HDC 200 Orientation to the 3986.45 5 cr Daily 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm CAS 212 Safstrom
American Community College, provides on-going support and
iEl 080 rEADing V
information on how to meet your goals at South. 3987.45 5 cr Daily 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm CAS 310 Kindzia
"Intensive English Program" (IEP) iEl 081 WriTing V
3988.45 5 cr Daily 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm CAS 310 Lysaker
Improve your English skills through SSCC’s “IEP”
Program. Graduates are admitted to the college’s iEl 089 inTErmEDiATE grAmmAr AnD WriTing
This course is designed for non-native speakers of English who need
professional/technical programs, as well as the AA/transfer
work on mastering control of the English sentence, with a strong focus on
degree program. Ask about conditional admission! Students incorporating grammar into paragraph writing.
are assigned to program courses based on placement scores. 3920.45 5 cr Daily 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm CAS 200 Harder
HDC 200 OriEnTATiOn TO sUCCEss in THE AmEriCAn COllEgE iEl 090 rEADing/WriTing COmPUTEr lAB 2
Provides International students with the knowledge and skills necessary for 3921.45 5 cr Daily 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm CAS 210 McDonough
success in American community colleges. This interactive course provides
international students with background knowledge and skills necessary for iEl 091 rEADing/WriTing COmPUTEr lAB 3
success in American community colleges. 3922. 45 3 cr MWF 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm RSB 82 Harder
3910.45 1- 2 cr TTh 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm RSB 82 Harder
iEl 050 inTErmEDiATE rEADing, WriTing AnD grAmmAr
An integrated multi-skills, core ESL class for non-immigrant students.
3914.45 10 cr Daily 9:30 am - 12:30 pm CAS 202 McDonough
WANT TO GO OV Belize, Vie
iEl 051 rEADing/WriTing/grAmmAr 1A/B
3915.45 10 cr Daily 9:30 am - 12:00 pm CAS 212 Safstrom Find out a s!
and other m/globali
www.southseattle.edu Credit 33
College Transfer & Preparatory Academics
Focus your education. South Seattle Community
College offers several specialized degrees, which
can help you move faster to your four-year degree.
Consider an AA Degree in:
• Asian Studies
• Computer Science
• Education or
• Technical Communications,
• AS Degree in Engineering
College Transfer & PreParaTory aCademiCs
Associate of Arts Degree Requirements
Information is available in the advising and counseling office.
To make an advising appointment, call (206) 764-5387.
Basic Requirements - 15 credits • Within each distribution area (also referred to as Areas of
Knowledge) students are required to take courses from at
• English 101 and 102 - 10 credits
least two different disciplines.
• Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning - 5 credits
Visual, Literary & Performing Arts - 15 credits
Special Requirements Minimum of two prefixes. No more than 5 credits may be
Students are required to have five credits in both Global taken in foreign languages, studio or performance classes.
Studies and U.S. Cultures. These courses are designated in the Individuals, Cultures & Societies - 15 credits
schedule text. Minimum of two prefixes. Choices might include 5 credits
Integrated Studies - 8 credits minimum each from U.S. Cultures and Global Studies. See Special
Integrates subjects from different areas of knowledge, Requirements.
emphasizing active learning strategies and writing. Designated The Natural World - 15 credits
individual and linked courses within Distribution Requirements Minimum of two prefixes. 5 credits of lab science required
satisfy this criteria. Students customizing their own programs with no more than 5 credits in Language of Science courses,
must make arrangements through counselor/advisor. Courses prefix groups GEG, PSY, or ANT.
satisfying this requirement: AME 151; ANT 201, 202; ART 255;
ENV 150; HIS 101, 105, 210, 264; HUM 210; MUS 113; Electives - 30 credits
POL 102, 230; PSY 206. See counselor/advisor for a list of elective courses.
Courses titled Independent Study, Special Problems, and
Oral Communications/Speech - 5 credits Special Topics may be used for Electives only.
Specific courses which include a significant component of
oral communication skill development can be taken as part of • Students may take up to 6 credits each of Human
Distribution Requirements. Development and Library Research courses.
Distribution Requirements - 45 credits Total credits for the AA degree: 90
• 15 credits are required in each of three distribution areas:
(1) Visual, Literary and Performing Arts, (2) Individuals,
Cultures and Societies, and (3) The Natural World.
Get Your Bachelor's Degree at South
You can take junior- and senior-level classes toward completing your four-year degree right here at our main campus in West
Seattle. Classes are taught by our partner four-year institutions, Heritage University and Eastern Washington University. For
information call (206) 764-5387 or visit www.southseattle.edu.
34 Credit SOUTH - Fall 2007
a reas of K nowledge
Use this chart to choose dis tribution requirements and electives.
Visual, Literary, and Performing Arts - 15 Credits
Choices must include a minimum of two different course prefixes, and no more than 5 credits each of a world language
at the 100 level and a studio/performance class (*asterisked below) may be applied to the distribution requirements.
ANT 154 FRE 101*, 102*, 103*
ART 100, 101, 102*, 103, 111*, 112*, 113*, 170, 201*, 202*, 203*, HUM 101*, 110*, 115, 210
205*, 206*, 207*, 210*, 211*, 212*, 214*, 215*, 221*, 222*, 223*, ISP 120
254, 255 JPN 101* 102*, 103*
ASL 101, 102, 103 JRN 100, 101, 102, 103
CHI 101*, 102*, 103*, 201, 202, 203
MUS 100, 105, 109, 110, 116, 117, 121*, 122*, 123*, 125, 140*, 141,
CMN 105, 135, 165, 175, 205, 245 142*, 143, 144, 145, 150*, 151, 160, 161, 221*, 222*, 223*
DRA 100, 120, 121 PHI 100*, 118, 267*
College Transfer & PreParaTory aCademiCs
ENG 104, 109, 120, 131, 132, 135, 151, 152, 153, 201, 222, 223, REL 150
224, 228, 231, 232, 251, 252, 265, 291 SPA 101*, 102*, 103*, 201, 202, 203
VTN 101, 102, 103
The Natural World - 15 Credits
Choices must include a minimum of two different prefixes. Five credits must be in a lab science (*asterisked below).
You may choose up to 5 credits from the following list of courses: Anthropology, Computer Science, Engineering,
Geography, Mathematics, Philosophy, or Psychology.
ANP 128, 213, 214 ENV 150, 221
ANT 201 GEL 100, 101*, 208
AST 100, 201 HEA 125, 150, 160
BIO 100*, 101*, 120*, 201*, 202*, 203*, 280* MAT - all college transfer courses - 105 and above and 102.
BOT 110* NTR 150
CHE 100*, 101*, 102*, 139, 140*, 150*, 160*, 231, 235, 238 OCE 100
CSC 110, 142, 143 PHI 120
EGR 123, 142, 143, 210, 220, 230, 260 PHY 100, 101*, 102*, 103*, 201*, 202*, 203*
Individuals, Cultures, and Societies - 15 Credits
Choices must include a minimum of two different course prefixes.
Individuals, Cultures, and Society [IC&S] United States Cultures [USC] Global Studies [GS]
AME 151, AME 201 AME 150, 151 ANT 202
ANT 100, 102, 201, 202 ART 254 ART 170, 255
ART 100 CMN 205 ECO 201
ECO 200, 201 DRA 100 ENG 120, 291
ENV 150 ENG 222, 223, 224, 228, 232, 251, 291 ENV 150
GEG 100 HIS 111, 112, 136, 140, 264 HIS 101, 103, 210, 211
HUM 210 HUM 115
HIS 101, 102, 103, 105, 111, 112, 113, 114,
115, 140, 210, 211, 242, 264 MUS 113, 116, 117, 160, 161 ISP 120, 270
HUM 210 POL 170 MUS 109, 110
ISP 120, 270 PSY 206, 245 POL 220, 230
MUS 100 SOC 245 REL 150, 151
PHI 100, 110, 267
POL 101, 102, 170, 220, 230 See the previous page for a listing of specific requirements for an AA degree.
PSY 110, 206, 210, 215, 230, 245
REL 150, 151 This is a listing of courses offered at South. For more information visit the Web site at
SOC 110, 230, 245 www.southseattle.edu/programs/academ/degree.htm.
www.southseattle.edu Credit 35
HOw TO ReAD THe COURSe LiSTinGS
Course Course Course
Abbreviation Number Title
Online Course Telecourse
ENG 102 COMPOSITION
Organize and develop ideas, stressing clear, mature and logical writing. Description
Includes appropriate reading to illustrate the development patterns of writ- of Class
ten English. Prerequisite: ENG 101.
Evening & Saturday
9999.01 5 cr daily 8:00am - 8:50am RAH 217 C. O’Leary classes are noted
0637.25 5 cr TTh 7:00pm - 9:20pm RAH 220 C. O’Leary with gray screens.
Item # Section # Credits Day(s) Time class meets Location Instructor(s)
(Building & Room)
PLEASE NOTE: CLASSES, TIMES AND LOCATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE.
AmeRiCAn SiGn LAnGUAGe
keY DiSTRiBUTiOn ReqUiRemenTS
Basic Requirements [BR] ASL 101 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I [VLPA]
Electives [E] Intro to American Sign Language (ASL). Learn fundamental vocabulary and
College Transfer & PreParaTory aCademiCs
grammar using both polite and informal registers, within a meaningful context of
Global Studies [GS] everyday function. Emphasizes receptive skills and culturally appropriate behaviors
Individuals, Cultures, and Society [IC&S] to establish and maintain social relationships. Prereq: Eligibility for ENG 101.
The Natural World [NW] 0312.01 5 cr Daily 11:00 am - 11:50 am OLY 101 Staff
Visual, Literary and Performing Arts [VL&PA] AnATOmY
See page 30 for further information. ANP 213 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I [NW]
Fundamental principles presented in lecture and multimedia lab exercises. Designed
to establish a basis for advanced study of anatomy and physiology and clinically
ACCOUnTinG related subjects in the paramedical fields. Sections 70 and 71 are online classes
and there are four mandatory lab sessions which require students to attend on
campus labs. There are no exceptions; all registered for the class must attend
ACC 210 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING FUNDAMENTALS I [E] these mandatory lab sessions. Prereq: BIO 101. For section 70, e-mail jwilkin-
Basic accounting concepts, principles and procedures for recording business email@example.com. 10/6, 10/27, 11/17, 12/8; 8:00am - 1:00pm. For Section 71,
transactions and developing financial accounting reports. This course is an intro- email firstname.lastname@example.org. 10/13, 11/3, 12/1, 12/8; 1:00pm - 6:00pm. There
duction to the basic “language of business,” accounting. The fundamental purpose is a $40 online fee for sections 70 and 71.
of accounting is to provide information to investors, creditors, management, and 0437.03 5 cr TTh 7:00 am - 7:50 am RAH 306 Staff
business analysts. Recommended: ACC 110 or sophomore MWF 7:00 am - 8:50 am RAH 306
0765.01 5 cr Daily 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm UNI 200 Nordling 0438.01 5 cr MWF 9:00 am - 9:50 am RAH 306 Franco
0767.25 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm UNI 200 Nordling TTh 8:00 am - 9:50 am RAH 306
0440.02 5 cr MWF 10:00 am - 10:50 am RAH 306 Franco
ACC 220 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING FUNDAMENTALS II [E] TTh 10:00 am - 11:50 am RAH 306
This course covers a variety of accounting issues for the corporate form of 0439.25 5 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 9:20 pm RAH 306 Staff
business. Included are topics such as long-term assets and liabilities, short- 0441.99 5 cr Sa 8:00 am - 1:50 pm RAH 306 Staff
term liabilities, contributed capital and retained earnings, the statement of cash 9803.70 5 cr Sa 8:00 am - 1:00 pm RAH 308 Wilkinson
flows, and analysis of financial statements. For section 72: $40 online fee. Please 9806.71 5 cr Sa 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm RAH 305 Staff
go to http://online.southseattle.edu. Prereq: ACC 210 or instructor permission.
9801.72 5 cr ONLINE Staff ANP 214 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II [NW]
Note: Class meets from 09/20/07 to 11/28/07 Continuation of ANP 213. Prereq: ANP 213. Introductory course in human anatomy
and physiology with emphasis on the interdependence of the organ systems. Funda-
ACC 230 FUNDAMENTALS OF MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING [E] mental principles will be presented in lecture and multi-media laboratory exercises.
Analysis of accounting data as part of the managerial process of planning, decision- The course is designed to establish a basis for advanced study of anatomy and
making and control. Concentrates on cost analysis and economic decision-making physiology and clinically related subjects in the paramedical fields. Section 70
in the manufacturing environment. Prereq: ACC 120 or 220 or permission. is online; there are four mandatory lab sessions which require students to attend
0771.01 5 cr Daily 10:00 am - 10:50 am UNI 200 Nordling on campus labs. Section 70 classes will be held on the following Saturdays: 10/6,
10/27, 11/17 & 12/18. There are no exceptions; all students registered for the
AmeRiCAn eTHniC STUDieS class email email@example.com. There is an additional $40 online fee for
section 70. Prereq: ANP 213 or consent of instructor.
0444.01 5 cr MWF 9:00 am - 9:50 am RAH 305 Staff
AME 151Z SOCIETIES AND CULTURES OF THE US [IC&S] [US] TTh 8:00 am - 9:50 am RAH 305
Intro to contemporary issues in American ethnic and race relations. Emphasizes 0443.25 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 9:20 pm RAH 305 Staff
racism, prejudice, stereotypes, and equity issues through an examination of Asian, 0442.99 5 cr Sa 7:00 am - 1:00 pm RAH 306 Staff
African and Indigenous Americans. Focuses on diversity of interests and identities 9804.70 5 cr Sa 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm RAH 308 Wilkinson
within each community.
0450.01 5 cr Daily 11:00 am - 11:50 am RAH 308 McCrath
0451.25 5 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm RAH 308 McCrath
36 Credit SOUTH - Fall 2007
ART 205 WATER COLOR PAINTING [VLPA]
AnTHROPOLOGY Intro to watercolor painting. Covers basic wash techniques, color mixture, value con-
trast, composition and wet into wet. Recommended: Some drawing background.
ANT 201Z PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY [IC&S] [NW] 0021.01 5 cr TTh 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm RSB 17A Lantz
Introduction to biological and cultural evolution of humans with evidence from fossil
and contemporary populations. Examines physical and biological variations of ART 206 WATER COLOR PAINTING [VLPA]
humans past and present. Meets natural science requirements. Emphasis on Continuation of ART 205, based on a series of watercolor problems utilizing skills
developing a working vocabulary of anthropological terms. learned in the previous quarter. Further work with composition. Prereq: ART 205
0280.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 8:50 am RAH 308 McCrath or permission.
0022.01 5 cr TTh 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm RSB 17A Lantz
ANT 202Z CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY [IC&S] [NW]
Intro to human culture, including social organization, economics, political ART 207 WATER COLOR PAINTING [VLPA]
systems, religion, technology, values, art and language. Cultural perspective Individual watercolor projects in series. Prereq: ART 206 or permission.
focuses on contemporary literate and pre-literate societies. For section 72: 0023.01 5 cr TTh 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm RSB 17A Lantz
Note: Class meets from 09/20/07 to 11/28/07, online fee.
9808.72 5 cr ONLINE Staff ART 210 COMPUTER ART [VLPA]
Introduction to creating art on the computer. Software used: Photoshop, Illustrator.
No prerequisite. All students must have active e-mail accounts. $35.90 computer
ART, Fine ART fee. For on-line class there is a $40 fee and students must have their own software.
Please e-mail instructor at firstname.lastname@example.org. There is a $5 hybrid fee.
0027.01 5 cr TTh 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm OLY 102 Koutsky
ART 101 DESIGN - COLOR [VLPA] 0610.25 5 cr W 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm OLY 102 Koutsky
This course includes practical applications of theories to design incorporating paper 9810.70 5 cr ONLINE Koutsky
design, drawing and painting. No prior art skills are required.
0004.01 5 cr MW 9:00 am - 11:30 am RSB 17A Lantz ART 211 SCULPTURE [VLPA]
Develop an understanding of relief and three dimensional art work in clay. Build
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ART 102 DESIGN - COLOR [VLPA] sculpture on armatures and experiment with mixed media. $35.90 materials fee.
Continuation of ART 101. Intro to three-dimensional space organization utilizing the 0031.01 5 cr MW 11:00 am - 1:30 pm RAH 111 Staff
elements of design. Construction in sculptural formats. Required for art majors. 0614.25 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm RAH 111 Staff
Prereq: ART 101 [studio class]
0005.01 5 cr MW 9:00 am - 11:30 am RSB 17A Lantz ART 212 SCULPTURE [VLPA]
Advanced explorations of relief and three dimensional composition in clay and
ART 103 DESIGN - COLOR [VLPA] mixed media. Advanced mold making techniques will be covered in this course.
Continuation of ART 102 with individual design problems and tutorial. Prereq: ART Prereq: ART 211 or instructor permission. $35.90 materials fee.
102 or instructor permission. [studio class]. 0032.01 5 cr MW 11:00 am - 1:30 pm RAH 111 Staff
0006.01 5 cr MW 9:00 am - 11:30 am RSB 17A Lantz 0615.25 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm RAH 111 Staff
ART 111 DRAWING [VLPA] ART 213 SCULPTURE [VLPA]
Study of line, value, space, perspective and composition through the use of Continuation of three-dimensional composition with emphasis on life studies.
charcoal, pencil, and pen. Covers still life, figure and landscape drawing. Recom- Basic materials used are clay, plaster or wood. Prereq: ART 212 and permission.
mended for all students. $35.90 materials fee. [Studio class].
0011.01 5 cr MW 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm RSB 17A Lantz 0033.01 5 cr MW 11:00 am - 1:30 pm RAH 111 Staff
0616.25 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm RAH 111 Staff
ART 112 DRAWING [VLPA]
Continued study of still life, figures and landscape. Study drawing techniques using ART 214 ADVANCED COMPUTER ART [VLPA]
a variety of media and color. Advanced studies in composition, expression and Continuation of ART 210 with advanced projects. Prereq: ART 210 or permission.
development of personal subject matter. Prerequisite: ART 111. [studio class] $35.90 computer lab fee. On-line students must have their own software and pay
0012.01 5 cr MW 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm RSB 17A Lantz $40 on-line fee. Upon registration e-mail instructor at email@example.com.
There is a $5 hybrid fee.
ART 113 DRAWING [VLPA] 0028.01 5 cr TTh 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm OLY 102 Koutsky
Continuation of ART 112. Individual problems in drawing. Prereq: ART 112 or 0611.25 5 cr W 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm OLY 102 Koutsky
permission. 9811.70 5 cr ONLINE Koutsky
0013.01 5 cr MW 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm RSB 17A Lantz
ART 215 ADVANCED COMPUTER ART II [VLPA]
ART 170Z PHOTOGRAPHY AS AN ART LANGUAGE [VLPA] [GS] Continuation of ART 214. Advanced projects with Photoshop and Illustrator.
Traces the history and distinctive properties of photography. Includes camera, $35.90 computer lab fee. On-line students must have their own software and
exposure, lighting, composition, black and white darkroom work and digital imag- pay a $40 online fee. Upon registering e-mail instructor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ing. $35.90 computer lab fee. This course satisfies five credits of the Integrated edu. There is a $5 hybrid fee.
Studies Requirement for the AA degree. 0029.01 5 cr TTh 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm OLY 102 Koutsky
0607.25 5 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm OLY 102 Nelson 0612.25 5 cr W 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm OLY 102 Koutsky
9812.70 5 cr ONLINE Koutsky
ART 201 PAINTING [VLPA]
Beginning oil or acrylic media painting of still life and landscape. Covers basics of ART 221 CERAMICS [VLPA]
composition, value studies, color mixing, canvas preparation, and various styles Beginning class in basic pottery design and construction. Emphasis on hand
and techniques. [studio class] Recommended for all students. building (coils, slabs, etc.), basic glazing, decoration and throwing pots on the
0018.01 5 cr TTh 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm RSB 17A Lantz potter’s wheel. $35.90 materials fee. [studio class]
0034.01 5 cr MW 11:00 am - 1:30 pm RAH 111 Staff
ART 202 PAINTING [VLPA] 0617.25 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm RAH 111 Staff
Develop composition and color through individual instruction. Prereq: ART 201
[studio class] ART 222 POTTERY/CERAMICS [VLPA]
0019.01 5 cr TTh 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm RSB 17A Lantz Development of throwing skills. Understanding of basic glaze composition and
kiln operation. Continued studies in techniques of surface decoration. $35.90
ART 203 PAINTING [VLPA] materials fee [studio class]
Continue studies in color, composition and subject matter through individual 0035.01 5 cr MW 11:00 am - 1:30 pm RAH 111 Staff
instruction. Prereq: ART 202. [studio class] 0618.25 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm RAH 111 Staff
0020.01 5 cr TTh 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm RSB 17A Lantz
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ART 223 POTTERY/CERAMICS [VLPA] BIO 280 MICROBIOLOGY [NW]
Continuation of ART 222. Advanced work on the wheel. Emphasis on combining History and methods of microbiology: microbial classification, metabolism, culture
methods of construction. Learn basic glaze skills. Prereq: ART 222 or permission. requirements, molecular genetics, antimicrobial methods, immunology, epidemiol-
$35.90 materials fee. ogy, and pathogenesis. Lab included. Prereq: Two college-level biology or chemistry
0036.01 5 cr MW 11:00 am - 1:30 pm RAH 111 Staff lab courses, or permission. $35.90 lab fee. Section 70 is primarily online however
0619.25 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm RAH 111 Staff there are 6 mandatory lab sessions which require students to attend on campus
labs: 10/6, 10/13, 10/20, 11/3, 11/10, AND 11/17 at 10:00am – 1:00pm. There
ART 299 SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN ART [E] are no exceptions all students registered for the online class must attend these
Individual projects in consultation with instructor. May repeat to earn a maximum mandatory sessions. Upon registration for the online section, email: cschroyer@
of nine credits. Prereq: Instructor Permission. sccd.ctc.edu. There is an additional $40 online fee for section 70.
0007.01 1- 5 cr MW 9:00 am - 11:30 am RSB 17A Lantz 0702.25 5 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 9:20 pm OLY 307 Franco
0014.02 1- 5 cr MW 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm RSB 17A Lantz 0703.26 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 9:20 pm OLY 307 Franco
0024.02 1- 5 cr TTh 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm RSB 17A Lantz 9818.70 5 cr Sa 10:00 am - 1:00 pm OLY 307 Schroyer
0030.04 1- 5 cr TTh 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm OLY 102 Koutsky
0037.05 1- 5 cr MW 11:00 am - 1:30 pm RAH 111 Staff
0608.06 1- 5 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm OLY 102 Nelson BUSineSS
0613.26 1- 5 cr W 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm OLY 102 Koutsky
0621.27 1- 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm RAH 111 Staff
BUS 200 INTRODUCTION TO LAW [E]
Fundamental concepts, structure, and function of the American legal system.
Emphasis on the role of law in society rather than on the rules of law. Includes
ASTROnOmY sources of law, court systems, dispute resolution, constitutional law, torts, criminal
law, contracts, and legal reasoning.
AST 100 ASTRONOMY [NW] 0774.01 5 cr M-Th 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm UNI 203 Staff
Emphasis on the concepts of astronomic fundamentals to an understanding of the 0775.25 5 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm UNI 203 Staff
solar system, stars, galaxies, and origin and history of the universe.
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0293.01 5 cr Daily 1:00 pm - 1:50 pm RAH 304 Coskey BUS 210 BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC STATISTICS [E] [Q]
Introduction into basic statistical techniques for descriptive and inferential data
AST 201 THE UNIVERSE AND THE ORIGIN OF LIFE [NW] analysis. Learn how to use these techniques to aid the decision-making process.
This class boldly goes in search of life in the universe, looking at the origins of Emphasis on statistical methods and applications to business and economic data.
life, speculating on other life forms and possible contact, and finally exploring Prereq: MAT 098 or MAT 116.
the beginning and end of our universe as we know it. Contact instructor at 0777.01 5 cr Daily 9:00 am - 9:50 am UNI 200 Staff
email@example.com. $40 online fee. 0780.25 5 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm OLY 100 Sauer
9814.70 5 cr ONLINE Coskey
BUS 250 BUSINESS LAW [E] [Q]
Nature, development and operation of principles of business law relating to
BiOLOGY contracts, commercial paper, corporations, agency, partnerships and sales.
$40 online fee. Please go to http://online.southseattle.edu
9823.70 5 cr ONLINE Staff
BIO 100 BIOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES [NW]
This online biology laboratory course offers a panoramic view of life on BUS 253 MANAGING FOR ORGANIZATIONAL EFFECTIVENESS [E]
Earth from the chemical origins of life to complex and fragile eco systems. Organizational behavior and organizational theory concepts show how
The lessons dramatically show how the study of biology explores the living managers can improve organizational effectiveness by attending to the hu-
world. Student-teacher communication is online. Students are required to send man side of the enterprise. Topics such as: leadership, motivation, power,
and receive e-mail and to retrieve and use information from the Web page for the politics and organizational design are examined for the effects on performance.
course. Please go to http://online.southseattle.edu/. $40 online fee. Note: Class $40 online fee. Prereq: COMPASS: Writing 68, Reading 81. After registration,
meets from 09/20/07 to 11/28/07 contact instructor firstname.lastname@example.org
9815.78 5 cr ONLINE Staff 9822.70 5 cr ONLINE Bolt
BIO 101 GENERAL BIOLOGY [NW]
Basic biology concepts with emphasis on general cell processes, the diversity,
phylogeny and ecology of living organisms, and exploration of molecular genetics
and biotechnology. $35.90 lab fee.
0306.01 5 cr MWF 7:30 am – 8:20 am OLY 305 Staff CHE 101 CHEMISTRY [NW]
TTh 7:30 am – 9:20 am OLY 305 Fundamental inorganic and introduction to organic chemistry. Of particular interest
0310.03 5 cr MWF 9:00 am – 9:50 am OLY 307 Staff to health science students. Lab included $35.90 fee. Prereq: High school algebra
TTh 9:00 am - 10:50 am OLY 307 or MAT 085 with a 2.0 or higher. For section 78 the student teacher communication
0309.02 5 cr MWF 10:00 am – 10:50 am OLY 305 Staff is online; Class meets from 09/20/07 to 11/28/07. Students are required to send
TTh 10:00 am – 11:50 am OLY 305 and receive e-mails and to retrieve and use information from the WEB page for
0308.25 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 9:20 pm OLY 305 Staff the course. Please go to http://online.southseattle.edu.$40 on-line fee.
0307.99 5 cr Sa 8:00 am - 1:50 pm OLY 305 Staff 0352.01 5 cr M-Th 8:20 am - 9:50 am OLY 304 Stover
T 8:20 am - 9:50 am OLY 300
0355.02 5 cr TTh 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm OLY 304 Stover
BIO 201 COLLEGE BIOLOGY [NW] 0353.25 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm OLY 304 Staff
This is the initial course in the Biology 200 series. The emphasis of BIO 201 are 0354.99 5 cr Sa 8:00 am - 2:30 pm OLY 304 Staff
cellular biology and genetics including, but not limited to, cellular anatomy and 9819.78 5 cr ONLINE Staff
organization, cellular metabolism and energetics, and molecular and Mendelian
genetics. It is recommended that students should have at least tested into ENG
101. Lab fee $35.90. For section 70: Email instructor at email@example.com
for course dates and times. $40 online fee.
0336.01 5 cr MW 11:00am – 12:50pm OLY 305 Staff
TThF 12:00pm – 12:50pm OLY 305
0337.25 5 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 9:20 pm OLY 305 Staff
9816.70 5 cr ONLINE Schroyer
38 Credit SOUTH - Fall 2007
CHE 139 INTRODUCTION TO GENERAL CHEMISTRY [NW] [Q] CMN 165 SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION [VLPA]
Lecture. Topics include chemical mathematics: basic atomic structure; chemical Experience and analyze communication within groups, emphasizing the value of
bonding; chemical equation balancing and mole concept; and chemical stoichi- interdependent thought and effort, active listening and empathizing cooperative
ometry. This class is a prerequisite for CHE 140 otherwise students need to pass roles and tasks, power and conflict management and collaborative decision-making
the chemistry placement test. For section 70 the student teacher communication and problem solving. Prereq: Placement into ENG 101.
is online. Students are required to send and receive e-mails and to retrieve and 0197.01 5 cr Daily 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm UNI 202 Oehlschlaege
use information from the webpage for the course. Please go to http://online.
southseattle.edu/distance. $40 online fee. Fulfills QSR requirement for A.A. CMN 275 ONLINE COMMUNICATION [VLPA]
degree. Prereq: MAT 098 An overview of current and anticipated developments in Internet technology
0340.02 5 cr Daily 9:00 am - 9:50 am UNI 100 Staff and digital media and how they are changing the ways we communicate with
0359.01 5 cr Daily 11:00 am - 11:50 am UNI 100 Staff each other, within organizations, and with customers and our communities.
0342.25 5 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm UNI 100 Staff The internet raises new questions daily of privacy, freedom of speech, access to
0341.99 5 cr Sa 8:00 am - 1:00 pm UNI 100 Staff information and the accountability of users. Students will apply principles studied
9821.70 5 cr ONLINE Stover in class to the creation of a functional, community based web log. Upon registra-
tion email instructor firstname.lastname@example.org. Prereq: ENG 101 or ENG 105.
CHE 140 GENERAL CHEMISTRY [NW] [Q] Section 70 has a $40 online fee.
For science majors. A three quarter sequence for science majors that covers 9817.70 5 cr ONLINE Schneider
the principles of chemistry: structure of matter, atomic and molecular theory, the
elements, quantitative relationships, nuclear chemistry, aqueous solutions, kinet-
ics, chemical thermodynamics, oxidation reduction, electro chemistry, periodicity, COmPUTeR SCienCe
equilibrium systems, qualitative analysis and organic chemistry. NOTE: While
all the above topics are covered within the first year’s sequence they may be
covered at different points from quarter to quarter. Taking the entire sequence is CSC 110 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER
not required but the numerical sequence must be followed. Prereq:MAT 122 and PROGRAMMING [NW] [Q]
CHE 139 with a 2.0 or higher. A passing grade on the chemistry placement exam Overview of computer program design and problem solving with a focus on prob-
lem analysis, program development, testing and debugging. Use decision and
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may be substituted for CHE 139. For section 70 the student teacher communica-
tion is online. Students are required to send and receive emails and to retrieve loop structures to develop a variety of programs to solve scientific and technical
and use information from the Web page for the course. Please go to http://online. problems. Programming language used may vary. Fulfills QSR requirement for
southseattle.edu.distance. $48 online fee. A.A. degree. Prereq: MAT 098 or MAT 106.
0361.01 6 cr M-W 10:00 am - 11:50 am OLY 304 Stover 6101.01 5 cr Daily 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm CAS 300A Steffancin
T-Th 10:00 am - 11:50 am OLY 300
0362.25 6 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 10:00 pm OLY 304 Staff CSC 142 COMPUTER PROGRAMMING FOR ENGINEERS [NW] [Q]
9820.70 6 cr ONLINE Stover Intro to computer science for scientists and engineers. Emphasizes design, algo-
rithmics (variables, expressions, statements) abstraction (data types, functions)
CHE 231 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY [NW] and analysis. $35.90 lab fee. Prereq: CSC 110 and MAT 122.
Structure, nomenclature, reactions and synthesis of the main types of organic 6107.01 5 cr Daily 11:00 am - 11:50 am CAS 300A Staff
compounds. Prereq: CHE 160.
0373.01 4 cr M-Th 10:00 am - 10:50 am UNI 100 Endsley
0372.25 4 cr MW 6:00 pm - 7:50 pm UNI 100 Endsley DRAmA
DRA 100 INTRODUCTION TO THE THEATRE [VLPA]
CHineSe Participants explore Theater from the written play to its production to stage and
screen. Activities include reading plays, appreciating acting, directing, design and
CHI 101 MANDARIN CHINESE [VLPA] cinematic elements. Emphasis is on the theater as a performing art. The course
Speaking listening, reading and writing Mandarin Chinese (the official language in will provide students with a theoretical and practical introduction to performance
China.) Pinyin system and simplified Chinese characters are taught. Emphasis critique. Each student will have hands on experience in the aforementioned areas
on pronunciation, vocabulary development and sentence construction. Basic throughout the quarter.
Chinese greetings are also introduced. No previous knowledge of the language 0045.01 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm RAH 125 Staff
0640.25 5 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm OLY 103 Fu
CHI 201 SECOND YEAR CHINESE [VLPA]
ECO 200 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS [IC&S] [Q]
Emphasizes using Chinese language in speaking, listening, reading, writing and
Study consumer behavior and resource allocation with emphasis on price deter-
translation. Prereq: CHI 103 or permission.
mination, production costs and market structures. Apply economic reasoning to
0641.25 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm OLY 103 Staff
such issues as energy and pollution, etc. Prereq: MAT 098/101. Satisfies “Q”
Requirement for AA degree.
0466.01 5 cr Daily 1:00 pm - 1:50 pm UNI 202 Staff
COmmUniCATiOnS 0467.02 5 cr Daily 11:00 am - 11:50 am UNI 203 Staff
CMN 105 PERSPECTIVES ON COMMUNICATION [VLPA] ECO 201 PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS [IC&S] [Q]
Study of communication as a transactional process, with attention to personal, Analysis of the aggregate economy: GNP, inflation, business cycles, unemployment,
cultural, group and public communication. Covers verbal and nonverbal messages, fiscal and monetary policies, federal deficits and international trade and finance.
listening, self-concept and perception. Prereq: Placement into ENG 101. Prereq: MAT 098/101. Satisfies “Q” Requirement for AA degree.
0191.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 8:50 am UNI 202 Pellman 0468.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 8:50 am UNI 100 Staff
0192.02 5 cr Daily 10:00 am - 10:50 am UNI 202 Pellman 0469.25 5 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm RAH 212 Staff
0193.03 5 cr Daily 11:00 am - 11:50 am UNI 202 Pellman
CMN 135 EFFECTIVE PRESENTATIONS [VLPA]
Covers the process of getting started with confidence; topic selection and research;
preparation and delivery of informative, persuasive, special occasion, and other
forms of presentations. Prereq: Placement into ENG 101.
0194.01 5 cr Daily 9:00 am - 9:50 am UNI 202 Pellman
0195.25 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm RAH 304 Oehlschlaege
0196.99 5 cr Sa 8:00 am - 12:30 pm UNI 101 Staff
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eDUCATiOn SeminARS enGLiSH PLACemenT CUT-OFF SCOReS
EDU 200 PEER TUTORING [E] ENG 080 COMPASS: W=32 R=65
Learn and grow as a tutor, mentor, community service volunteer. Seminar class ENG 081 COMPASS: W=32 R=65
includes problem solving strategies, learning styles, critical thinking skills, effective ENG 082 COMPASS: W=32 R=65
tutoring techniques. Learn while working as college or community tutor, mentor,
volunteer. Be part of the college tutoring program or a writing assistant in the
ENG 084 COMPASS: W=32 R=65
Writing Center. SSCC’s Tutor training program is CRLA certified. Prereq: Instructor ENG 086 COMPASS: W=32 R=65
permission. Transfers as an elective. ENG 091 COMPASS: R=75
0129.01 2- 5 cr T 5:00 pm - 5:50 pm RSB 12 Tillman ENG 095 COMPASS: R=81
0130.01 2- 5 cr T 1:00 pm - 1:50 pm LIB 205 Staff ENG 109 Eligibility for ENG 101 or permission
EDU 201 INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATION [E] ENG 094 COMPASS: W=41 R=65
Intro to K-12 education. Explores the complexity and dynamics of today’s K-12 ENG 096 COMPASS: W=57 R=75
education environment. Includes suggestions for all-inclusive teaching methods ENG 098 COMPASS: W=68 R=81
geared toward the increasingly diverse multi-ethnic, multi-cultural and multi-lingual ENG 101 COMPASS: W=77 R=83
student population. Covers the new federal education bill, as well as the Wash-
ington state student learning goals including the Essential Academic Learning
Requirements (EALR) for student learning.
0041.01 5 cr Daily 9:00 am - 9:50 am TBA Staff
The ENG 080 and 090 series of courses help ensure
students build a solid foundation for college success. The
enGineeRinG writing coureses, for students who test between 32 and 76
on the COMPASS Writing placement exam, and the reading
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EGR 110 ENGINEERING ORIENTATION [E] courses, for students who test between 65 and 82 on the
Covers fields of engineering, career options and general information. Offered on COMPASS Reading placement exam, help students build
a Satisfactory (S) grade basis only.
6100.01 1 cr F 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm CAS 300B Staff towards college transfer courses. Counselors and advisors
will help place you in the classes where you can do your
EGR 111 ENGINEERING DESIGN AND CREATIVITY [E] best. (See English Placement cut-off Scores above.)
Understanding of the creative process by examining the nature of creativity and
its process. Group and individual projects will stimulate creativity in engineering
design. Introduction to analysis and solution of engineering problems, applications
of vectors and calculus in statics and dynamics. Prereq MAT 122.
6102.01 4 cr TTh 1:00 pm - 3:20 pm CAS 300B Staff
mYTHS, memORieS, AnD mOCkinGBiRD
EGR 123 INTRODUCTION TO ENGINEERING GRAPHICS & BREAkING BARRIERS & BUILDING BRIDGES
Principles of orthographic projection, freehand sketching, pictorials, lettering, scales Need ENG 101? ENG 102? Already completed 101 and 102?
and use of instruments, basic dimensioning and descriptive geometry. Introduction Still need Integrated Studies credits or US Cultures credits for
to computer-aided and designed drafting. Prereq: MAT 122 the AA degree? Sign up now for Fall Quarter 2007. Classes
6105.01 4 cr MWF 9:00 am - 10:50 am CAS 300B Staff meet M-Th from 10:00 am - 12:30 pm. (No Friday classes.)
6106.25 4 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 8:20 pm CAS 300B Staff
This is a 10-13 credit Coordinated Studies Program (CSP)
EGR 124 ENGINEERING GRAPHICS AND DESIGN [E] course that integrates literature, film, and composition.
Continuation of EGR 123. Includes basic principles of revolution, and principles
used to solve problems relating to curved and warped surfaces; intersection of This CSP invites students to engage in critical discussions
surfaces; development of common shapes and surfaces and procedures for finding on social issues, discover how literature and film represent
the locus of a line. Prereq: EGR 123. $35.90 Lab Fee.
6108.01 4 cr MWF 9:00 am - 10:50 am CAS 300B Staff
the complexity of human experience past and present, and
6109.25 4 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 8:20 pm CAS 300B Staff learn how literature can become a catalyst for social action:
breaking barriers and building bridges between individuals,
EGR 231 TECHNICAL WRITING [E] communities, and ideas.
Explores basic formats and mechanics of writing demands in occupational areas
related to engineering technologies. Emphasis concerns project types; layout and Literary works will focus on cultures within the United States. Films
design; use of illustrations, schematics, and mathematics; writing for specific audi- will be from around the world. Course themes include identity,
ences; research and documentation. Supplemented with component on resume gender roles, family relationships, racism, myths, stereotypes,
writing. (Not recommended for first-year students.) Prereq: ENG 101 for most
invisibility, privilege, power, and social conscience.
degrees and all EGR transfer students. Fulfills portion of transfer requirements
for UW Engineering Programs. Class is by permission only, please contact rbour- As part of a community reading project, Front Porch Theater,
email@example.com we will begin the course with the novel and film adaptation of
6119.01 3 cr MWF 9:00 am - 9:50 am TBA Bourret
"To Kill a Mockingbird."
Students will choose two courses from English 101 or
102: Composition, English 228: Literature of American
Cultures, and Humanities 110: Introduction to Film. This CSP
provides Integrated Studies and US Cultures credits. Basic
Requirements credits and Elective credits in VLPA count
towards the AA degree.
For more information
Kathy Whitham: (206) 768-6446 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Bob Dela-Cruz: (206) 768-6454 • email@example.com
40 Credit SOUTH - Fall 2007
ENG 091 BASIC READING AND STUDY SkILLS I [PREP]
GRAmmeR eXPReSS! Learn and apply study skills essential for successful college work: time management,
effective reading comprehension, textbook marking and note taking, test-taking
skills and memory improvement.
OH NO! FIVE COMMA SPLICES!!! RATS! SIX RUN-ONS! 0801.01 5 cr Daily 10:00 am - 10:50 am RAH217 Quillian
Don't let sentence-level errors interfere with your writing. 0846.25 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm LIB 205 Hoaglan
Take Grammar Express and learn how to find and correct ENG 094 WRITING IMPROVEMENT II [PREP]
basic mistakes. Learn basic sentence grammar and practice the composing process of thinking,
writing, re-writing and proofreading. Concurrent enrollment in ENG 081, ENG
091, or ENG 095 is required.
0804.01 5 cr Daily 9:00 am - 9:50 am OLY 105 Staff
0847.25 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm LIB 205 Hoaglan
veRB TenSe eXPReSS!
ENG 095 COLLEGE PREP READING & STUDY SkILLS III [PREP]
ARE YOU CONFUSED? Using SQ3R method, increase reading speed and vocabulary, identify the main
idea and supporting ideas in expository reading, make inferences and evaluations,
Are you confused about verb tenses? Are you unsure about understand figurative language. Study strategies for test-taking, note-taking, and
how to form them and when to use them? Take Verb Tense outlining.
Express and learn to use verb tenses with confidence! 0814.01 5 cr Daily 10:00 am - 10:50 am OLY 103 Gilman
0849.25 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm LIB 205 Hoaglan
ENG 096 COLLEGE PREPARATORY WRITING III [PREP]
Study paragraph structure and basic sentence grammar needed for clear writing.
enGLiSH Practice the composing process. Concurrent enrollment in ENG 081, ENG 091,
College Transfer & PreParaTory aCademiCs
or ENG 095 is required.
0808.01 5 cr Daily 9:00 am - 9:50 am RAH 217 Staff
ENG 080 WRITING SkILLS I [PREP]
0848.25 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm LIB 205 Hoaglan
For students with a sound knowledge of grammar and syntax, the focus is on
writing correct English sentences as well as practice in paragraph development
ENG 098 COLLEGE PREPARATORY WRITING IV [PREP]
and organization in preparation for more advanced writing.
Emphasis on writing skills for essays. Practice in collecting, shaping, revising,
0830.01 2- 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 8:50 am LIB 205 Mirabella
editing and proofreading papers. Includes other skills needed for effective writing.
Concurrent enrollment in ENG 081, ENG 091, or ENG 095 is recommended.
ENG 081 READING SkILLS I [PREP]
Prereq: ENG 096 or ESL 097 with 2.0 or higher.
Improve your most important academic skill - reading comprehension. Learn the
0810.01 5 cr Daily 9:00 am - 9:50 am RAH 310 Bean
basic reading, thinking and vocabulary skills required for advancement.
0822.02 5 cr Daily 10:00 am - 10:50 am UNI 201 Staff
0831.01 2- 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 8:50 am LIB 205 Mirabella
0823.03 5 cr Daily 11:00 am - 11:50 am RAH 301 Staff
0844.25 2- 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm LIB 205 Hoaglan
0827.25 5 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm RAH 301 Hoaglan
ENG 082 WRITING SkILLS II [PREP]
Students learn to revise original written work for the content, organization, develop-
ENG 101 COMPOSITION [BR]
Introduction to the writing process. Writing assignments focus on major strategies
ment, and style and to proofread and edit for grammar, syntax, punctuation, and
of non-fiction prose, with subject matter drawn from first hand experience and
spelling. Concurrent enrollment in a writing course is recommended.
observation. Section 15 is part of the Coordinated Studies Option; students must
0832.01 2- 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 8:50 am LIB 205 Mirabella
also register for ENG 228 (0058.15) or HUM 110 (0098.15). For section 70, there
ENG 084 SPELLING AND VOCABULARY [PREP] is a $40 online fee; upon registration e-mail instructor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Study of prefixes, suffixes, roots, context clues, and essential vocabulary words; Prereq: ENG 098 with a 2.0 or higher and “pass” on the portfolio.
or study spelling rules and patterns. Students will study vocabulary or spelling, 0050.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 7:50 am RAH216 Newman
depending on assessment of greater need. 0048.10 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 7:50 am RAH 212 Staff
0833.01 2- 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 8:50 am LIB 205 Mirabella 0051.02 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 8:50 am RAH216 Newman
0052.03 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 8:50 am RAH212 Dela-Cruz
ENG 086 GRAMMAR AND PUNCTUATION I [PREP] 0053.04 5 cr Daily 9:00 am - 9:50 am RAH216 Hickey
Covers grammar and punctuation from basic sentence structure through the more 0073.15 5 cr M-Th 10:00 am – 12:30pm RAH218 Dela-Cruz
advanced elements of sentence building, including parts of speech, sentence 0054.05 5 cr Daily 11:00 am - 11:50 am RAH216 Walsh
types. A good course for beginning writers and good writers needing to brush 0055.06 5 cr Daily 11:00 am - 11:50 am RAH217 Staff
up on editing skills. 0056.07 5 cr Daily 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm RAH216 Bean
0834.01 2- 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 8:50 am LIB 205 Mirabella 0049.08 5 cr Daily 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm RAH218 McKnight
0845.25 1- 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm LIB 205 Hoaglan 0064.09 5 cr Daily 1:00 pm - 1:50 pm RAH216 Hickey
0637.25 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm RAH216 Staff
ENG 086 GRAMMAR EXPRESS [PREP] 9829.70 5 cr ONLINE Whitham
This course enables writers to have conscious control over proofreading and edit- 9832.70 5 cr ONLINE Staff
ing of their writing. Topics include subject-verb agreement; eliminating fragments, 0057.99 5 cr Sa 8:00 am - 12:10 pm RAH216 Staff
run-ons and comma splices; pronoun case, reference and agreement; and the
use of commas. This is a fast-paced course ENG 102 COMPOSITION [BR]
0835.02 2- 5 cr MW 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm OLY 101 Mirabella Continuation of the composition sequence with further instruction and practice
Note: Class meets from 10/08/07 to 11/29/07 in writing, and with concentration on the critical reading and writing techniques
needed for the preparation and completion of documented essays. Section 15 is
ENG 086 VERB TENSE EXPRESS [PREP] part of the Coordinated Studies Option; students must also register for ENG 228
This course is intended for non native English speakers who have not yet mastered (0058.15) or HUM 110 (0098.15). For section 70, there is a $40 online fee; upon
the formation and use of English verb tenses. At lease six major verb tenses will registration email instructor at KMcKnight@sccd.ctc.edu. For section 71, there is
be covered including: present, past, present continuous, past continuous, present a $40 online fee; upon registration email email@example.com. Prereq: ENG
perfect and past perfect. The class will also cover the use of modals, infinitives 101 with a 2.0 or higher.
and gerunds. This is a fast-paced course. 0060.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 8:50 am UNI 201 Pierce
0836.03 2- 5 cr TTh 12:00 pm - 1:30 pm OLY 101 Mirabella 0061.02 5 cr Daily 9:00 am - 9:50 am UNI 201 Staff
Note: Class meets from 10/09/07 to 11/29/07 0085.15 5 cr M-Th 10:00 am – 12:30pm RAH218 Dela-Cruz
0062.03 5 cr Daily 11:00 am - 11:50 am UNI 201 Quillian
0063.04 5 cr Daily 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm UNI 201 Gilman
0638.25 5 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm RAH 310 Staff
9830.70 5 cr ONLINE McKnight
9833.71 5 cr ONLINE Staff
www.southseattle.edu Credit 41
ENG 109 THE ART OF READING [VLPA]
This course offers students a variety of experiences in college-level reading. FRenCH
Emphasis is on the critical analysis of works selected from across the disciplines.
Students develop a strategic approach to efficient reading and active learning. FRE 101 ELEMENTARY FRENCH [VLPA]
[COMPASS R = 83 or ENG 095, or permission] Covers fundamentals of grammar and syntax, pronunciation, oral and written
0065.01 5 cr Daily 10:00 am - 10:50 am RAH212 Mirabella exercises, reading and conversation, and cultural aspects of the countries in which
French is spoken. Oral practice with tapes required outside of class. For students
ENG 131 INTRODUCTION TO POETRY [VLPA] with no previous French studies. Recommended: Eligibility for ENG 101 (C).
This telecourse skillfully explores the passion and spirit of thirteen of 0097.25 5 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm RAH 217 Staff
America’s greatest poets through dramatic readings, dance performances
and recordings of poets reading their own works. Includes interviews with prominent
writers, scholars and literary critics. Presents poetry in a context that encourages GeOGRAPHY
critical thinking. This telecourse, Voices and Visions, is a “Class by Cassette.”
Video programs may also be viewed or rented ($35) in the SSCC Library. The
first of four mandatory class meetings is Wednesday, September 26, 2007. $40 GEG 100 INTRODUCTION TO GEOGRAPHY [IC&S]
telecourse fee. Intro to major concepts of geography, including patterns of human occupancy,
9831.77 5 cr W 6:00 pm - 7:20 pm TBA Quillian analysis, of populations, settlement, resources use and environment concerns.
This Hybrid course meets online and on campus.
ENG 151 CREATIVE WRITING [VLPA] Online fee.
Reading and writing poetry with emphasis on effective elements, form, and 0474.01 5 cr T 9:00 am - 9:50 am RAH 109 Walsh
0071.01 5 cr MWF 11:00 am - 12:20 pm RAH 205 Hickey
ENG 198 ENGLISH WORkSHOP [E]
SAT module - Emphasis on building skills in a number of areas: essay writing,
identifying and correcting sentence errors, sentence and paragraph improvement, GEL 101 PHYSICAL GEOLOGY [NW]
College Transfer & PreParaTory aCademiCs
punctuation, reading comprehension, vocabulary development. Practice with Col- Covers the origins and development of minerals and rocks, changing features of
lege Board materials and with Arco/Pine text. Earth’s crust and the processes that have shaped these features. Lab included.
0066.99 2 cr Sa 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm UNI 200 Quillian Lab fee.
Note: Class meets from 09/08/07 to 09/29/07 0385.01 5 cr M-Th 8:00 am - 9:30 am RAH 301 Staff
0068.99 2 cr Sa 8:00 am - 11:50 am UNI 200 Quillian 0720.25 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm RAH 301 Staff
Note: Class meets from 10/06/07 to 10/27/07
0070.99 2 cr Sa 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm UNI 200 Quillian GEL 102 GEOLOGY/HUMAN ENVIORMENT [NW]
Note: Class meets from 10/27/07 to 11/17/07 Focus on the effects of geologic processes and materials on human activity
and vice versa. Emphasizes awareness of geologic aspects of our everyday
ENG 222Z SURVEY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE [VLPA] [US] environment including problems, formulation and evaluation of solutions. Lab
Writers of the 19th century with emphasis on short stories and growth of the American included. Lab fee.
novel. Includes Irving, Poe, Hawthorne, Twain, Crane, and Chopin. This course 0384.01 5 cr M-Th 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm RAH 301 Staff
satisfies five credits of the Integrated Studies Requirement for the AA degree.
0077.01 5 cr Daily 10:00 am - 10:50 am RAH 210 Thompson GEL 208 GEOLOGY OF THE NORTHWEST [NW]
Covers the geologic history and description of Washington, Oregon and
ENG 228Z LITERATURE OF AMERICAN CULTURE [VLPA] [US] Idaho, and selected nearby areas. Emphasis on use of geologic principles
Contemporary American literature by minority writers sometimes overlooked by to interpret present landscapes. Lab and field trips included. Prereq: GEL
traditional courses and anthologies. Emphasizes contributions by Asian Americans, 101 or permission. Upon registration go to http://online.southseattle.edu/. $40
African Americans, Hispanics, and Native Americans and women. Literary analysis on line fee.
will focus on cultural identity in America within the context of sociological, political 9842.78 5 cr ONLINE Staff
and historical changes. Section 15 is part of the Coordinated Studies Option; Note: Class meets from 09/20/07 to 11/28/07
students must also register for ENG 101 (0073.15) or ENG 102 (0085.15)
0058.15 5 cr M-Th 10:00 am – 12:30pm RAH 218 Whitham
ENG 251Z STUDIES IN THE NOVEL [VLPA] [US]
Studies major novels associated with specific philosophical, chronological peri- HEA 125 HEALTH AND WELLNESS [NW]
ods. Usually covers 5 novels per quarter. This course satisfies five credits of the Current health education and wellness theories, concepts and lifestyles. Overview of
Integrated Studies Requirement for the AA degree. a lifelong commitment in the development of a health-promoting lifestyle. Emphasis
0059.25 5 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm RAH 304 Staff on personal assessment, implementation and behavior change.
0346.01 5 cr Daily 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm OLY 100 Staff
enviROnmenTAL SCienCe HEA 150 HEALTH AND HUMAN SEXUALITY [NW]
Covers principles of personality development, body functioning, problems and
ENV 150Z ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES AND PROBLEMS [IC&S] [NW] solutions; human sexuality and family education relating to psycho-sexual
Survey of the natural principles governing operation of our environment. Studies development, behavior, problems and solutions. This online class provides
the interactions between humans and the environment, emphasizing attitude and the student with a multidimensional understanding of health and human sexuality
actions necessary to maintain a healthy environmental ecosystem. This course using the Internet and World Wide Web as a communications and research tool,
satisfies five credits of the Integrated Studies Requirement for the AA degree. $40 online fee. Upon registration e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
0472.01 5 cr Daily 10:00 am - 10:50 am RAH 301 Walsh 9844.70 5 cr ONLINE Staff
ENV 221Z NUCLEAR CHOICES [NW] HEA 160 HUMAN WELLNESS AND FITNESS [NW]
This course offers the liberal studies major a descriptive look at nuclear energy Comprehensive study of human wellness. Includes adequate fitness, nutrition,
and an appreciation of both the advantages and threats of nuclear waste, stress management, disease prevention, sexual wellness, spirituality, smok-
nuclear generated electricity and nuclear weapons. The class will take a serious ing cessation, substance abuse and weight control. $40 online fee. Upon
look at issues such as the thousands of tons of nuclear waste stored at Hanford, registration e-mail email@example.com
Washington, nuclear armed and nuclear powered submarines based across the 9845.70 5 cr ONLINE Staff
Sound from us, and the fact that parts of the United States are heavily dependent
on nuclear generated electricity. The subject matter will leave no one indifferent.
Upon registration email firstname.lastname@example.org. $40 online fee.
9840.70 5 cr ONLINE Coskey
42 Credit SOUTH - Fall 2007
HiSTORY inTeRnATiOnAL STUDieS
HIS 101Z WORLD HISTORY TO 1500 [IC&S] [GS] ISP 261Z JAPANESE CIVILIZATION [VLPA] [GS]
This telecourse reviews the historic foundations and development of the great The development of Japan as a society and nation including its origins, history,
civilizations from prehistoric days to the Renaissance with emphasis on social, government, literature, economic institutions, material culture, social organi-
political, cultural, and economic aspects. Attention to the nature of history and its zations and religions. $40 online fee. Upon registration e-mail instructor at
role as an intellectual and academic discipline. This course satisfies five credits of email@example.com. This course satisfies five credits of the Integrated Studies
the Integrated Studies Requirement for the AA degree. $40 telecourse fee. Requirement for the AA degree and for the Global and Asian Studies option.
9846.77 5 cr W 5:30 pm - 6:50 pm RAH 210 Thompson 9859.70 5 cr ONLINE Bush
HIS 113Z COLONIAL AMERICA [IC&S] [US]
Study of America in its formative period from its European, African and native JAPAneSe
pasts, tracing its development from origins to early nationhood. Emphasis on the
American Revolution. This course satisfies five credits of the Integrated Studies
Requirement for the AA degree. JPN 101 FIRST YEAR JAPANESE (FIRST QUARTER) [VLPA]
0493.01 5 cr Daily 9:00 am - 9:50 am RAH 210 Thompson Intro to basic spoken and written Japanese necessary for everyday commu-
nication in Japan. Includes Japanese pronunciation, intonation, syllables and
HIS 115Z 20TH CENTURY AMERICA [IC&S] [US] vocabulary as well as hiragana (writing system). Study Japanese culture and
An era of conflict--war, uncertain peace, depression and great social changes. cultural differences.
Emphasis on historical, economic, social, racial, and political events that have 0116.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 8:50 am RAH 210 Renouard
formed the modern U.S. This course satisfies five credits of the Integrated Studies 0117.25 5 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm RAH 210 Renouard
Requirement for the AA degree.
0495.01 5 cr Daily 11:00 am - 11:50 am RAH 210 Thompson
0497.02 5 cr Daily 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm RAH 210 Thompson JOURnALiSm
College Transfer & PreParaTory aCademiCs
HIS 136 ASIAN-AMERICAN HISTORY [IC&S] [US]
JRN 101 MEDIA WRITING [VLPA]
Experience of Asians in the U.S. from the period of immigration to the present.
Covers newsworthiness, sources, news gathering techniques (beat, interview,
Emphasis on the impact of exclusionary immigration laws and the post-1965
observation, research); writing and editing stories for newspaper, radio and televi-
development. Surveys the experiences of the Chinese, Japanese, Filipino,
sion; law and ethics; influence on society; and values. Newspaper writing methods
Korean, Asian Indians and Southeast Asian Refugees in the United States. $40
and practice in reporting skills. Prereq: ENG 101, concurrent enrollment in ENG
on-line fee. This course satisfies five credits of the Integrated Studies Requirement
101, or instructor permission.
for the AA degree, and for the Asian Studies option. After registration, contact
0121.01 5 cr MWF 11:00 am - 12:30 pm RAH 212 Staff
9852.70 5 cr ONLINE Bush
HIS 211Z HISTORY OF THE MIDDLE EAST [IC&S] [GS] TAke JUST A FRACTiOn OF THe mATH!
Examines the history of the Middle East (Arab countries, Turkey, Iran, and Israel)
from the emergence of Islam to the present. Includes cultural, economic and po- Take a fraction of the Math! Did you place lower than you thought
litical aspects of history with emphasis on the modern period. This course meets you should in Developmental Math? MAT 081 Modularized Math
the Integrated Studies Requirement for the AA degree. may be the answer for you. Based on a diagnostic exam, you
0503.01 5 cr Daily 10:00 am - 10:50 am RAH 214 Othman
will be placed in only the topics that you require to progress
to college level mathematics. This computerized version of a
HUmAn DeveLOPmenT math lab (with instructor present) will pinpoint your weak areas
and allow you to study only what you need to learn; thereby
HDC 101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE SUCCESS
saving time and money!
Develop your critical thinking, writing, and communication skills in a Friendly, ac-
tive environment. Build on your cultural and learning s le strengths to help you
in all your courses.
1055.03 2 cr TTh 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm RAH 212 Coates-White
mATH LABS & LeCTUReS
Note: Class meets from 10/16/07 to 12/04/07 LAB - Labs; Modularized Lab; LEC - Lecture
1052.55 3 cr M-F 9:00 am - 12:00 pm RSB 66 Tompson
Note: Class meets from 09/04/07 to 09/17/07 In LAB sections, students learn from textbooks designed for self-
study along with in-class assistance from the instructor and student
tutor. Lectures are not given. Videotapes and online practice prob-
HUmAniTieS lems are also available. The LEC (lecture) sections are traditional,
instructor-paced classes with lectures.
HUM 110 INTRODUCTION TO FILM [VLPA]
Examines film making as an art form, a business, and a shaper of culture. View,
discuss and critically analyze classics, features and documentaries for increased
understanding of literary and artistic elements. Covers the impact of films on
OnLine mATH COURSeS
personal experience, culture and the world. Section 15 is part of the Coordinated
Studies Option; students must also register for ENG 101 (0073.15) or ENG 102 Students must have access to a Pentium computer with
(0085.15). sound card, speaker, and Internet service provider (ISP),
0098.15 5 cr M-Th 10:00 am – 12:30pm RAH 218 Whitham CD-ROM, modem and Windows 95/98/2000/ME/XP. An
HUM 261Z JAPANESE CIVILIZATION [VLPA] [GS] online licensing fee (shown in each class description)
Covers the development of Japan as a society and nation including its origins, is required. Students have the option of using the on-
history, government, literature, economic institutions, material culture, social campus computer labs. A $97.50 online fee is required
organizations and religions. This is an on-line course. Upon registration and covers computer fee and books. Section 70 is online.
e-mail instructor at firstname.lastname@example.org. This course satisfies five credits of
the Integrated Studies Requirement for the AA degree, Global and Asian Studies Visit http://online.southseattle.edu/distance/ after you
Option. $40 online fee. register and contact email@example.com.
9858.70 5 cr ONLINE Bush
www.southseattle.edu Credit 43
MAT 084 ALGEBRA I [PREP]
LiBRARY SCienCe Covers operations with signed numbers, solutions of first degree equations and
inequalities, polynomials and graphing linear equations, problem solving. Prereq:
LIB 101 INTRODUCTION TO INFORMATION RESOURCES [E] MAT083 with 2.0 or higher or placement exam. $97.50 fee for ONLINE class
Develops critical thinking as it is applied to the research process by examining only, covers ONLINE fee and book. Upon registration for ONLINE class contact
strategies for locating and using information resources. Students explore informa- firstname.lastname@example.org
tion policy issues such as copyright, censorship and freedom of information. Learn 0854.10 5 cr Daily 9:00 am - 9:50 am OLY 103 Sullivan
to use the various electronic databases available in the library, the online catalog, 0891.02 5 cr Daily 10:00 am - 10:50 am LIB 203 Zou
internet resources and other standard research tools and retrieval techniques. 0856.12 5 cr Daily 11:00 am - 11:50 am RAH 314 Vittum-Jones
Develop strategies for locating and selecting information resources in the research 0857.25 5 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm RAH 214 Staff
process. Strengthens your skills for college and career. Transfers as an elective. 9881.70 5 cr ONLINE Shatunova
$35.90 computer lab fee. 0971.99 5 cr Sa 8:00 am - 12:10 pm LIB 203 Staff
0128.01 3 cr T 1:00 pm - 2:50 pm LIB 105 Sunde
MAT 085 ALGEBRA II [PREP]
LIB 180 RESEARCH FOR THE 21ST CENTURY [E] Continuation of MAT084. Covers systems of equations, factoring polynomials, ra-
Emphasis on building skills and techniques for successful and lifelong learning tional expressions and equations, radical expressions and equations, and quadratic
and identifying personal learning styles and strengths that facilitate learning equations. Prereq: MAT084 with a 2.0 or better or placement exam. Calculator
in an online environment. Through a quarter-long research project, exam- required. $97.50 fee for ONLINE classes only, covers online fee and book. Upon
ines strategies for locating, evaluating and applying information resources in the registration for ONLINE class contact email@example.com
research process with attention to information policy issues like censorship and 0888.10 5 cr Daily 9:00 am - 9:50 am OLY 101 Vittum-Jones
freedom of information. Prereq: Placement in ENG 101. This is an online class 0892.02 5 cr Daily 10:00 am - 10:50 am LIB 203 Zou
with no on-campus meetings. Requires Internet access at home, or on campus. 0858.11 5 cr Daily 11:00 am - 11:50 am RAH 312 Atchison
$40 Online fee. Please check online http://online.southseattle.edu/ 0859.25 5 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm OLY 101 Park
9861.78 5 cr ONLINE Staff 9882.70 5 cr ONLINE Post
Note: Class meets from 09/20/07 to 11/28/07 0972.99 5 cr Sa 8:00 am - 12:10 pm LIB 203 Staff
College Transfer & PreParaTory aCademiCs
MAT 086 GEOMETRY I [PREP]
Calculator Requirement Covers points, lines and angles, triangles, parallel lines, polygons, proofs on
congruence and similarity of triangles. For more information contact Heidi Lyman
most math classes require calculators. at 768-6641 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
0873.01 5 cr ARR Lyman, H.
Specifically, by course, the minimum calculator requirement is:
• MAT 081, 083, 084, 085, 097: Any scientific calculator. MAT 087 GEOMETRY II [PREP]
• MAT 098, 102, 107, 109, 111, 116, 210: Any scientific Continuation of MAT 086. Covers perimeter and area of polygons, circles, three-
dimensional (solid) geometry and an introduction to right triangle trigonometry.
calculator. Prereq: MAT 086 with a 2.0 or better. For more information contact Heidi Lyman
• MAT 117, 122-126, 220, 224, 238: Any symbolic graphing at 768-6641 or email email@example.com.
calculator. 0874.01 5 cr ARR Lyman
Any calculator that exceeds all capabilities may be substituted for
MAT 097 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA [PREP]
listed calculators although use may be restricted. Calculator use
This course is a very fast-paced review for students who have had algebra re-
is subject to instructor discretion. cently. Covers operations with signed numbers, factoring, solutions of linear and
quadratic equations, polynomials, systems of equations, graphs, fractional and
radical expressions and equations.
mATHemATiCS 0860.10 5 cr Daily 10:00 am - 10:50 am OLY 105 Sullivan
MAT 098 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA [PREP]
MAT 081 [PREP] Covers linear, quadratic, exponential and logarithmic models with applications and
Covers all developmental Math courses (083,084,085 and 098). Students will be other intermediate algebra skills. Prereq: MAT 085 or MAT 097 or placement test.
diagnosed for specific needs and complete 5 modules (only needed topics will $97.50 fee for online class only, covers online fee and book. Upon registration for
be required to progress). Instructor is always present. All modules may take 1-4 online class contact firstname.lastname@example.org
quarters to complete. $97.50 fee for computer fee, book and disks. 0864.02 5 cr Daily 9:00 am - 9:50 am OLY 100 Lyman
0870.02 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 8:50 am LIB 203 Simmons 0865.03 5 cr Daily 11:00 am - 11:50 am OLY 105 Staff
0914.06 5 cr Daily 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm LIB 203 Atchison 0867.25 5 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm OLY 105 Llewelyn
0951.25 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm LIB 203 Staff 9883.70 5 cr ONLINE Post
MAT 083 ARITHMETIC [PREP] MAT 102 COLLEGE ALGEBRA [BR] [Q]
Covers operations with whole numbers, fractions and decimals, ratios and propor- Challenge your mind and extend your skills! This class bridges the gap between
tions, percents, averages, exponents, square roots, American and metric linear intermediate algebra and precalculus functions and is for students going on in math
measures, perimeters, areas and volumes. Prereq: Compass 25-53. For section and science. Prereq: MAT 098 or permission. Strongly recommended in prepara-
70 there is a $97.50 fee for ONLINE class only. Covers online fee and book. Upon tion for MAT 122. $97.50 fee for on-line class only, covers on-line fee and book.
registration for ONLINE class contact email@example.com Upon registration for on-line class contact firstname.lastname@example.org
0850.10 5 cr Daily 9:00 am - 9:50 am RAH 314 McArthur 0208.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 8:50 am RAH 205 Mc Arthur
0890.02 5 cr Daily 10:00 am - 10:50 am LIB 203 Zou 0209.02 5 cr Daily 9:00 am - 9:50 am RAH 205 Downs
0851.11 5 cr Daily 11:00 am - 11:50 am RAH 221 Dorman 0219.04 5 cr Daily 10:00 am - 10:50 am RAH 205 Coskey
0852.25 5 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm RAH 216 Staff 0210.03 5 cr Daily 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm RAH 304 Coskey
9880.70 5 cr ONLINE Post 0211.25 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm OLY 100 Llewelyn
0970.99 5 cr Sa 8:00 am - 12:10 pm LIB 203 Staff 9884.70 5 cr ONLINE Shatunova
MAT 107 MATH FOR LIBERAL ARTS [NW] [Q]
Course content designed for Liberal Arts student who does not intend to pursue
additional math courses. Covers a historical review of mathematical ideas plus
examples of elementary mathematical applications. Fulfills math requirement for
Associate of Arts degree and the quantitative and symbolic reasoning component.
Prereq: MAT 098 with 2.0 or exam.
0220.01 5 cr Daily 10:00 am - 10:50 am RAH 304 Dorman
44 Credit SOUTH - Fall 2007
MAT 109 ELEMENTARY STATISTICS [NW] [Q] MAT 126 CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY [NW] [Q]
Covers descriptive methods, probability and probability distributions, samples, Covers limits, differentiation of algebraic and transcendental function, definite and
decisions, hypothesis testing and statistical inferences. Formerly MAT 240. Fulfills indefinite integrals, techniques of integration, vectors, vector-valued functions,
QSR requirement for A.A. degree. Prereq: MAT 098 or placement test. multivariable-calculus, partial differentiation, multiple integrals and applications.
0778.01 5 cr Daily 9:00 am - 9:50 am RAH 218 Staff NOTE: Generally institutions cover the same material over the entire sequence.
0779.25 5 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm OLY 100 Sauer However, some topics may be covered at several different points in the sequence. It
is recommended that students who transfer before completing the entire sequence
MAT 115 SOLUTIONS TO WORD PROBLEMS IN ALGEBRA [PREP] should consult an advisor. Each course fulfills the QS requirement for an A.A.
Helpful in business, technical, physics, and college transfer courses. Covers degree. Prereq: MAT 124: MAT 123(C) or placement test or MAT 120(N). Prereq
systematic techniques for solution of algebraic word problems. Prereq: MAT 085 for MAT 125: MAT 124. Prereq for MAT 126: MAT 125
or concurrent enrollment. 0239.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 8:50 am UNI 203 Staff
0894.02 3 cr Daily 10:00 am - 10:50 am LIB 203 Zou
0973.99 3 cr Sa 8:00 am - 12:10 pm LIB 203 Staff MAT 198 MATHEMATICS WORkSHOP [E]
SAT module - Emphasis on building skills in a number of areas: Emphasis on
MAT 116 APPLNS OF MATH TO MGMT, LIFE & SSCI [NW] [Q] building skills in a number of areas, including note taking systems, test taking
Covers mathematical models, graphs and algebraic exponential and loga- strategies and various math topics. Practice with College Board materials and
rithmic functions in management, life and social sciences. Prereq: 098 with Arco/Pine text.
a 2.0 or better. Section 70 has a $40 online fee. Upon registration contact 0067.99 2 cr Sa 8:00 am - 11:50 am UNI 203 Llewelyn
email@example.com Note: Class meets from09/08/07 to09/29/07
9879.70 5 cr ONLINE Zou 0069.99 2 cr Sa 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm UNI 203 Staff
Note: Class meets from 10/06/07 to 10/27/07
MAT 117 ELEMENTS OF CALCULUS [NW] [Q] 0072.99 2 cr Sa 8:00 am - 11:50 am UNI 203 Staff
An intuitive and elementary treatment of differential and integral calculus with Note: Class meets from 10/27/07 to 11/17/07
emphasis on polynomials, powers, exponential and logarithmic functions. Appli-
cations from the social sciences, biology, medicine, ecology, physics, business MAT 238 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS [NW] [Q]
College Transfer & PreParaTory aCademiCs
and economics. Prereq: MAT 116 (102 or 122), all with 2.0 or better. Section 70 Introduces the methods of solution of ordinary differential equations; existence
has a $40 online fee. Upon registration e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org and uniqueness theorems, elementary methods of solutions, linear differential
9886.70 5 cr ONLINE Zou equations and power series. Advance calculator required. Prereq: MAT 126
with a 2.0 or higher.
MAT 122 PRE-CALCULUS [NW] [Q] 0248.01 5 cr Daily 11:00 am - 11:50 am OLY 200 Lyman
Introduction to functions: polynomial, rational, exponential, and logarithmic. Analytic
geometry in two and three dimensions, and related algebra topics. Prereq: MAT MECHANICAL ENGINEERING
102 with a 2.0 or higher or MAT 098 with a 2.5 or better. MET 102 CREATIVE TECHNICAL PROBLEM SOLVING [E]
0214.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 8:50 am OLY 105 Downs Intro to systematic procedures for engineering problem-solving. Review of basic
0215.02 5 cr Daily 11:00 am - 11:50 am RAH 304 Shatunova math principles, geometry, algebra, trigonometry and basic physical principles
0217.25 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm OLY 105 Staff related to analysis of technical engineering problems.
5905.01 3 cr TTh 1:00 pm - 3:20 pm CAS 300A Staff
MAT 123 PRE-CALCULUS [NW] [Q] 5970.01 3 cr TTh 1:00 pm - 3:20 pm CAS 300B Nguyen
Reviews functions, covers trigonometric functions, identities, equations, inverse
functions, graphs, triangles and applications, polar coordinates, vectors and
complex numbers. Prereq: MAT 122 with a 2.0 or higher. mUSiC
0230.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 8:50 am OLY 100 Lyman, H.
0231.25 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm OLY 101 Staff
MUS 116Z ROCk MUSIC - HISTORY & PERSPECTIVES [VLPA] [USC]
MAT 124 CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY [NW] [Q] Examines rock music as a musical, social, cultural, economic, and political force
Covers limits, differentiation of algebraic and transcendental functions definite and in the United States. Emphasizes the early decades of rock music development.
indefinite integrals, techniques of integration, vectors, vector-valued functions, No prerequisite. Fulfills Integrated Studies requirement for A.A. degree.
multivariable-calculus, partial differentiation, multiple integrals and applications. 0140.01 5 cr Daily 11:00 am - 11:50 am RSB 80 Schmidt
NOTE: Generally institutions cover the same material over the entire sequence.
However, some topics may be covered at several different points in the sequence. MUS 117Z ROCk MUSIC II [VLPA] [USC]
It is recommended that students who transfer before completing the entire sequence Examines rock music as a musical, social, cultural, economic and political
should consult an advisor. Each course fulfills the QSR requirement for an A.A. force in the United States. Emphasis on the later decades of rock music
degree. Prereq: MAT 124: MAT 123(C) or placement test or MAT 120(N). Prereq development. This course satisfies the Integrated Studies Requirement for
for MAT 125: MAT 124. Prereq for MAT 126: MAT 125 the AA Degree. For section 70 there is a $40 online fee; upon registration contact
0233.01 5 cr Daily 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm OLY 105 Vittum-Jones email@example.com.
0235.25 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm UNI 203 Park 9890.70 5 cr ONLINE Schmidt
MAT 125 CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY [NW] [Q] MUS 119 BEGINNING GROUP INSTRUCTION: VOICE [VLPA]
Covers limits, differentiation of algebraic and transcendental functions definite and Learn the techniques of singing a solo in a low stress group setting. Styles of
indefinite integrals, techniques of integration, vectors, vector-valued functions, music sung will include pop, R&B and folk songs. Students will cover the basics
multivariable-calculus, partial differentiation, multiple integrals and applications. of healthy vocal technique.
NOTE: Generally institutions cover the same material over the entire sequence. 0142.01 2 cr MWTh 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm RSB 80 Herd
However, some topics may be covered at several different points in the sequence. It
is recommended that students who transfer before completing the entire sequence MUS 120 INTERMEDIATE GROUP INSTRUCTION: VOICE [VLPA]
should consult an advisor. Each course fulfills the QS requirement for an A.A. Continuation of MUS 119. Prereq: MUS 119 or permission.
degree. Prereq: MAT 124: MAT 123(C) or placement test or MAT 120(N). Prereq 0149.01 2 cr MWTh 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm RSB 80 Herd
for MAT 125: MAT 124. Prereq for MAT 1 6: MAT 125
0236.01 5 cr Daily 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm OLY 103 Zou MUS 121 BEGINNING GROUP PIANO - 1ST QUARTER [VLPA]
Piano class for beginning students.
0101.01 2 cr MWF 9:00 am - 9:50 am RSB 87 Schmidt
0143.02 2 cr MWF 11:00 am - 11:50 am RSB 87 Staff
0176.03 2 cr TTh 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm RSB 87 Schmidt
0652.25 2 cr T 6:30 pm - 8:50 pm RSB 87 Staff
www.southseattle.edu Credit 45
MUS 122 BEGINNING GROUP PIANO - 2ND QUARTER [VLPA]
Piano class for students with previous keyboard experience. Prereq: MUS 121 nUTRiTiOn
0102.01 2 cr MWF 9:00 am - 9:50 am RSB 87 Schmidt NTR 150 HUMAN NUTRITION [NW]
0144.02 2 cr MWF 11:00 am - 11:50 am RSB 87 Staff Intro to nutrition, emphasizing relationship of nutrition to growth, development,
0177.03 2 cr TTh 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm RSB 87 Schmidt health, physical and mental functioning. Examination of sources, functions, inter-
0653.25 2 cr T 6:30 pm - 8:50 pm RSB 87 Staff relationships and human requirements of nutrients. For section 70 and 71, e-mail
firstname.lastname@example.org; $40 online fee.
MUS 123 BEGINNING GROUP PIANO - 3RD QUARTER [VLPA] 0397.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 8:50 am UNI 200 Staff
Continuation of MUS 122. Prereq: MUS 122 or permission. 0398.02 5 cr Daily 1:00 pm - 1:50 pm UNI 200 Staff
0103.01 2 cr MWF 9:00 am - 9:50 am RSB 87 Schmidt 9891.70 5 cr ONLINE Staff
0145.02 2 cr MWF 11:00 am - 11:50 am RSB 87 Staff 9892.71 5 cr ONLINE Staff
0178.03 2 cr TTh 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm RSB 87 Schmidt
0654.25 2 cr T 6:30 pm - 8:50 pm RSB 87 Staff
INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION SERIES/PRIVATE LESSONS [E]
Each option offers 1-2 credits. There is a fee (approximately $200-$400 per quarter)
in addition to tuition charges. Financial aid does not cover these fees. Prereq: PHI 100Z INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY [NW] [Q]
Instructor permission. Contact Paula Herd at (206) 768-6450. Introduction to philosophical thought and issues, intellectual systems and writings
0153.01 MUS 130 Voice Staff of the great philosophers; the nature of philosophy, the meaning of knowledge,
0154.01 MUS 131A Classical Piano Staff values, reality and related subjects.
0155.01 MUS 131B Jazz Piano Staff 0514.01 5 cr Daily 11:00 am - 11:50 am OLY 100 Pierce
0157.01 MUS 133 Brass Staff
0158.01 MUS 134 Woodwinds Staff PHI 120 INTRODUCTION TO LOGIC [IC&S]
0159.01 MUS 135 Percussion Staff Examine principles of symbolic logic, deductive argument and proof; meaning of
0160.01 MUS 136 Organ Staff language and its place in the reasoning process. Apply logic to other fields.
College Transfer & PreParaTory aCademiCs
0161.01 MUS 137 Harpsichord Staff 0743.01 5 cr Daily 10:00 am - 10:50 am OLY 100 Pierce
0162.01 MUS 138 Guitar Staff
0163.01 MUS 139 Jazz Guitar Staff
MUS 140 COLLEGE CHOIR [VLPA]
Have fun singing with a group. Improve your singing and speaking skills. All
PEC 110 AEROBICS [E]
Improve cardio respiratory fitness through rhythmic, dynamic, large-muscle ex-
0166.01 5 cr Daily 10:00 am - 10:50 am RSB 80 Herd
ercise performed to music. Cardiac activities include step aerobics, kickboxing,
0167.02 3 cr MWF 10:00 am - 10:50 am RSB 80 Herd
sports fitness and Pilates. Includes information relevant to current fitness-related
MUS 142 COMMUNITY CHORALE [VLPA] issues, trends and topics.
Performs the finest literature for large choral ensemble. Meets one evening 0254.01 2 cr TTh 8:00 am - 8:50 am MPB 5 Staff
0658.25 2 cr M 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm RSB 80 Herd
PEC 136 YOGA [E]
Covers postures or asanas, breathing, meditation exercises for physical and mental
MUS 161Z HISTORY OF AMERICAN POPULAR MUSIC [VLPA][USC] fitness. Presents yoga as a philosophy and an art form, introducing a number of
Course covers pop music and its origins from African American, European-American poses with their purposes.
and Latin American sources. Pop music from mid 19th century to contemporary 0256.01 2 cr T 12:00 pm - 1:50 pm MPB 5 Staff
styles will be covered. 0258.25 2 cr M 6:00 pm - 7:50 pm MPB 5 Staff
0175.01 5 cr Daily 9:00 am - 9:50 am RSB 80 Herd
PEC 137 YOGA II [E]
MUS 221 GROUP PIANO - 4TH QUARTER [VLPA] This course will explore stronger asana/postures and further discussion of yoga
Continuation of Music 123. Prereq: MUS 123 or permission principles and philosophy. Students will also learn how to begin a home practice.
0104.01 2 cr MWF 9:00 am - 9:50 am RSB 87 Schmidt Prereq 136 or permission.
0146.02 2 cr MWF 11:00 am - 11:50 am RSB 87 Staff 0270.25 2 cr T 6:00 pm - 7:50 pm MPB 5 Staff
0179.03 2 cr TTh 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm RSB 87 Schmidt
0655.25 2 cr T 6:30 pm - 8:50 pm RSB 87 Staff
PEC 150 PHYSICAL FITNESS E]
MUS 222 GROUP PIANO - 5TH QUARTER [VLPA] This is an introductory fitness class designed to increase students’ awareness to
Continuation of MUS 221. Prereq: MUS 221 or permission. the importance of fitness. Over the quarter you will be introduced to many of the
0105.01 2 cr MWF 9:00 am - 9:50 am RSB 87 Schmidt natural sciences and the important roles they play in a complete fitness program.
0147.02 2 cr MWF 11:00 am - 11:50 am RSB 87 Staff This class will include a variety of physical activities, including exercises that may
0180.03 2 cr TTh 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm RSB 87 Schmidt be adapted to your personal fitness performance.
0656.25 2 cr T 6:30 pm - 8:50 pm RSB 87 Staff 0268.01 1- 3 cr MWF 7:00 am - 7:50 am MPB Staff
0260.01 1- 3 cr MWF 10:00 am - 10:50 am MPB Staff
MUS 223 GROUP PIANO - 6TH QUARTER [VLPA] 0262.02 1- 3 cr MWF 11:00 am - 11:50 am MPB Staff
Continuation of MUS 222. Prereq: MUS 222 or permission. 0266.25 1- 3 cr MW 6:00 pm - 6:50 pm MPB Staff
0106.01 2 cr MWF 9:00 am - 9:50 am RSB 87 Schmidt
0148.02 2 cr MWF 11:00 am - 11:50 am RSB 87 Staff PEC 151 PHYSICAL FITNESS [E]
0181.03 2 cr TTh 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm RSB 87 Schmidt Instruction in manipulating existing individualized fitness programs to meet per-
0657.25 2 cr T 6:30 pm - 8:50 pm RSB 87 Staff sonal goals. Emphasis given to health-related fitness components. Discussion
includes fitness, nutrition and wellness. Fitness programs designed for students
MUS 299 PRACTICUM IN MUSIC [E] of all ages. Improve physical fitness through cardio respiratory exercise, resis-
Do research or complete a special project. Exact requirements for this independent tance exercises, machines and free weights. Personalize your own program for
study to be determined by student and instructor. a lifetime of fitness.
0182.01 1- 3 cr ARR Herd 0269.01 1- 3 cr MWF 7:00 am - 7:50 am MPB Staff
0183.02 1- 3 cr ARR Schmidt 0261.01 1- 3 cr MWF 10:00 am - 10:50 am MPB Staff
0263.02 1- 3 cr MWF 11:00 am - 11:50 am MPB Staff
0267.25 1- 3 cr MW 6:00 pm - 6:50 pm MPB Staff
46 Credit SOUTH - Fall 2007
PEC 165 BODY CONDITIONING [E]
Improve muscular strength, muscular endurance and flexibility of the upper body, PSYCHOLOGY
abdominals, back and lower body by using lightweight resistance equipment.
Workouts consist of resistance exercise performed to music, stretching and PSY 110 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY [IC&S]
fitness-related discussions. Introduction to the scientific study of human behavior, including learning and
0255.02 2 cr TTh 9:00 am - 9:50 am MPB 5 Staff thinking, development, perception, motivation, emotion, personality and individual
difference, social and abnormal behavior and research methods. For section 70,
PEC 298 SPECIAL TOPICS [E] $40 online fee; upon registering contact email@example.com.
Seminar on selected topics and/or activities in physical education. Prereq: Vari- 0553.01 5 cr Daily 9:00 am - 9:50 am OLY 202 Rice
able depends on topic. 0555.03 5 cr Daily 11:00 am - 11:50 am OLY 202 Larsen
0253.01 1- 5 cr TTh 8:00 am - 8:50 am MPB 5 Staff 0554.02 5 cr Daily 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm OLY 202 Rice
0257.01 1- 5 cr T 12:00 pm - 1:50 pm MPB 5 Staff 0758.25 5 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm OLY 202 Rice
0252.02 1- 5 cr TTh 9:00 am - 9:50 am MPB 5 Staff 9895.70 5 cr ONLINE Rice
0259.25 1- 5 cr M 6:00 pm - 7:50 pm MPB 5 Staff 0759.99 5 cr Sa 8:00 am - 12:20 pm OLY 202 Staff
0271.26 1- 5 cr T 6:00 pm - 7:50 pm MPB 5 Staff
PSY 206Z DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY [IC&S] [US]
Survey of human physical, psychological, and social development from conception
PHYSiCS through death. Emphasis on major developmental theories, research and research
methods of studying life-span development. Prereq PSY 110. For section 78:
$40 online fee. Please go to http://online.southseattle.edu; Note: Class meets
PHY 101 GENERAL PHYSICS [NW] [Q]
from09/20/07 to 11/28/07
First of three algebra based courses covering the field of physics. Includes kinemat-
0760.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 8:50 am OLY 202 Larsen
ics, vectors, forces, dynamics, work, energy and momentum. Lab included. Fulfills
0761.25 5 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm UNI 200 Staff
QSR requirement for AA degree. Prereq: MAT 098 (with 2.2 or higher).
9894.78 5 cr ONLINE Staff
0410.01 5 cr M-Th 7:30 am - 8:50 am OLY 200 Steffancin
0412.25 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 8:40 pm OLY 200 Staff
College Transfer & PreParaTory aCademiCs
PSY 230 HUMAN SEXUALITY [IC&S]
Survey of current literature on development of sexual behavior. Includes his-
PHY 111 APPLIED PHYSICS [E]
torical, physiological, psychological and social components of sexuality and its
First of three non-calculus based courses covering the entire field of physics.
Kinematics, vectors, forces dynamics, work, energy, momentum and torque.
0570.25 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm OLY 202 Staff
Computer lab fee.
0411.01 5 cr M-Th 7:30 am - 8:50 am OLY 200 Steffancin PSY 245 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY [IC&S] [US]
0413.25 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 8:40 pm OLY 200 Staff Examines the effect of others on self-concept, social cognition, aggression,
conformity, helping, loving and liking, competition and cooperation, and prejudice
PHY 201 ENGINEERING PHYSICS [NW] [Q]
and discrimination. Research an autobiography from two of the following groups
Calculus-based study of kinematics, dynamics, energy, and momentum in linear
provides content and illustration: African Americans, Asian Americans, Native
and rotational coordinates; Newton’s Laws of Motion. Prereq: MAT 124 and one
Americans and Hispanic Americans. May be taken as SOC 245.
year of high school physics. $35.90 computer lab fee.
0562.01 5 cr Daily 10:00 am - 10:50 am OLY 202 Rice
0426.01 5 cr MTWF 10:00 am - 10:50 am OLY 200 Steffancin
Th 9:00 am - 10:50 am OLY 200
REL 150Z INTRO TO WESTERN RELIGIONS [IC&S]
A social-historical survey of religions that have developed west of the Indus River.
POL 102 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT [IC&S]
Promotes a better understanding of those traditions and their cultural influences
Survey of the origin and development of the U.S. government. Covers colonial
history, the confederacy and the creation of a federal system the functions of con-
0549.01 5 cr Daily 9:00 am - 9:50 am RAH 308 McCrath
gress, the presidency, and courts. Includes interest groups, civil liberties, political
parties and elections. Section 77 is a telecourse with applicable fees.
0530.01 5 cr Daily 9:00 am - 9:50 am RAH 214 Othman
9889.77 5 cr Th 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm RAH 214 Othman SCienCe
POL 230Z INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS [IC&S] [GS] SCI 110 INTRODUCTION TO ROBOTICS [E]
Examines major issues in the international arena including nationalism, rise of the Intro to the design, construction and programming of autonomous mobile robots.
third world, imperialism, the arms race, and foreign policy. Emphasis on the two Using complete robot kits (micro-controller, sensors, motors, building parts), work
major political orientations within international politics: realism and idealism. This in teams to study design issues of mechanics, sensors, motors and control. Then
course satisfies the Integrated Studies Requirement for AA degree. design and construct a robot that will accomplish a particular task. Fulfills the
0539.01 5 cr Daily 11:00 am - 11:50 am RAH 214 Othman science lab requirement. No prerequisites.
0538.02 5 cr Daily 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm RAH 214 Othman 0434.01 5 cr M-Th 12:00 pm - 1:40 pm OLY 200 Downs
POL 231 WOMEN IN AMERICAN POLITICS [IC&S]
Intro to concepts of power and policy issues as they relate to women. Theoreti-
cal, historical and empirical studies of women’s participation in social and political
movements nationally and internationally. Studies women’s diverse roles in relation
to family, economics, labor, government and law.
0540.25 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm RAH 214 Staff
www.southseattle.edu Credit 47
SOCiOLOGY SOCiAL weLFARe
SOC 110 SURVEY OF SOCIOLOGY [IC&S] SWF 200 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIAL WELFARE [IC&S]
Basic problems and concepts in human social interaction with emphasis on group Overview of profession of social work and social welfare system. Focus on
aspects of human behavior. Covers culture, socialization, family, education, religion, knowledge, skills, values, ethics, social welfare policy, social problems, social work
urbanization, sex roles, social class, deviance, rage, age sexuality, demography practices and services. Includes issues of diversity, social and economic justice
and social change. and global perspectives. Opportunity to explore social work roles, fields, client
0576.01 5 cr Daily 11:00 am - 11:50 am OLY 103 Stowers populations and career options. Fulfills Social Welfare 200 requirement at UW
and transfers to School of Social Work. Also intended for students pursuing an AA
SOC 170 INTRODUCTION TO CONTEMPORARY CHINA [IC&S] Degree wanting a foundational course in social welfare. Prereq: ENG 101.
What is China? As China has become increasingly influential in the world, the 0577.01 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm RAH 205 Staff
understanding of Modern China becomes an extremely important part of global
studies program. The course covers major characteristics of modern Chinese
culture and civilization through a theme-based presentation of topics in the politi- vieTnAmeSe
cal, social, cultural and intellectual arena of modern China. Historical background
will be introduced to help students better understand contemporary China. Films,
videos and stories will be used. The course is part of the Asian Studies AA degree VTN 101 ELEMENTARY VIETNAMESE 1 [VLPA]
program. No Chinese background or language is required. This is one of the three course sequence in Vietnamese for beginners. The goal
0573.01 5 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm RAH 205 Staff of the sequence aims at teaching students the basic communicative skills in
modern conversational Vietnamese. Emphasis is on the systematic study of the
SOC 230 HUMAN SEXUALITY [IC&S] phonics basic grammar, every day expressions and vocabulary; and background
Survey of sexual behavior. Covers historical, physiological, psychological, and social on the culture and customs. Prereq: SLEP/ASSET scores indicating ENG 101
components of sexuality and its deviations. May be taken as PSY 230. readiness or permission.
0583.25 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm OLY 202 Staff 0790.01 5 cr Daily 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm RAH 209 Staff
0793.25 5 cr MW 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm RAH 210 Staff
College Transfer & PreParaTory aCademiCs
SOC 245 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY [IC&S] [US]
Examines the effect of others on the individual in areas such as self-concept,
social cognition, aggression, conformity, helping, loving and liking, competition
and cooperation, and prejudice and discrimination. Research and autobiography
by two of the following groups provide content and illustration: African Americans,
Asian Americans, Native Americans, and Hispanic Americans. May be taken as
0563.01 5 cr Daily 10:00 am - 10:50 am OLY 202 Rice
SPA 101 ELEMENTARY SPANISH [VLPA]
Covers fundamentals of grammar and syntax, oral and written exercises; pronun-
ciation, reading and conversation, and cultural aspects of the countries in which
Spanish is spoken. Requires oral practice with recordings outside of class. For
students who have not previously studied Spanish.
0084.01 5 cr Daily 9:00 am - 9:50 am RAH 221 Esterberg
0185.02 5 cr Daily 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm UNI 100 Staff
0086.03 5 cr Daily 10:00 am - 10:50 am OLY 101 Staff
0189.25 5 cr MW 6:30 pm - 8:50 pm RAH 218 Staff
0190.26 5 cr TTh 6:30 pm - 8:50 pm RAH 218 Staff
SPA 102 ELEMENTARY SPANISH [VLPA]
Continuation of SPA 101. Emphasizes pronunciation, oral and written communica-
tion. Prereq: SPA 101 with a 2.0 or higher, or instructor permission.
0186.01 5 cr Daily 10:00 am - 10:50 am UNI 203 Staff
SPA 103 ELEMENTARY SPANISH [VLPA]
Continuation of SPA 102. Prereq: SPA 102 with a 2.0 or higher, or instructor
0187.01 5 cr Daily 10:00 am - 10:50 am RAH 221 Esterberg
SPA 201 SECOND YEAR SPANISH [VLPA]
Continuation of SPA 103. Review of grammatical structures, intensive practice in
writing, conversations and reading on a variety of topics. Intro to Hispanic culture,
literature, art, and business terminology. Prereq: SPA 103 or permission.
0645.01 5 cr Daily 11:00 am - 11:50 am RAH 310 Staff
Washington Online Courses
SSCC Online Courses
www.southseattle.edu Credit 49
CReDiT COURSe TiTLe TYPe PAGe
ACC 220 Financial Accounting Fundamentals II Online (WAOL) 35
ANP 213 Human Anatomy & Physiology I Online 35
ANP 214 Human Anatomy & Physiology II Online 35
ANT 202 Cultural Anthropology Online (WAOL) 36
ART 210 Computer Art Online 36
ART 214 Advanced Computer Art Online 36
ART 215 Advanced Computer Art II Online 36
AST 201 The Universe and the Origin of Life Online 37
BIO 100 Biological Principles Online (WAOL) 37
BIO 201 College Biology Online 37
BIO 280 Microbiology Online 37
BUS 250 Business Law Online 37
BUS 253 Managing for Organizational Effectiveness Online 37
CHE 101 Chemistry Online (WAOL) 37
CHE 139 Introduction to General Chemistry Online 38
CHE 140 General Chemistry Online 38
Distance Learning CMN 275 Online Communication Online 38
Summer quarter ENG 101 Composition Online 40
ENG 102 Composition Online 40
SSCC Class Dates: 9/24/07 - 12/12/07 ENG 131 Introduction to Poetry Telecourse 41
WAOL Class Dates: 9/20/07 -11/28/07 ENV 221 Nuclear Choices Online 41
For more information visit GEL 208 Geology of the Northwest Online (WAOL) 41
http://online.southseattle.edu/ HEA 150 Health & Human Sexuality Online 41
HEA 160 Human Wellness and Fitness Online 41
HIS 101 World History to 1500 Telecourse 42
HIS 136 Asian-American History Online 42
HUM 261 Japanese Civilization Online 42
ISP 261 Japanese Civilization Online 42
LIB 180 Research for the 21st Century Online (WAOL) 43
MAT 083 Arithmetic Online 43
MAT 084 Algebra I Online 43
MAT 085 Algebra II Online 43
MAT 098 Intermediate Algebra Online 43
MAT 102 College Algebra Online 43
MAT 110 Applied Math for Technicians Online 51
MAT 116 Applns of Math to Mgmt, Life & SSci Online 44
MAT 117 Elements of Calculus Online 44
MUS 117 Rock Music II – History and Perspectives Online 44
NTR 150 Human Nutrition Online 45
POL 102 American Government Telecourse 46
PSY 110 General Psychology Online 46
PSY 206 Developmental Psychology Online (WAOL) 46
PSY 220 Psychology of Human Relations Online 51
eXams EXAMS for online classes may be taken by appointment at the Student Assessment
Services office, RSB 076. Consult the current Testing Schedule for Distance Learning ses-
sions and call (206) 768-6767 to register.
nOn-CReDiT OnLine COnTinUinG eDUCATiOn
For more information, call (206) 764-5339, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the
Web sites below:
Certification Programs • www.gatlineducation.com/southced
Computer and Lifelong Learning classes • www.ed2go.com/southsea
Clock Hours and CEU's available
Get an Associate of Applied Science Degree or Certificate
www.southseattle.edu Credit 51
PSY 220 PSYCHOLOGY OF HUMAN RELATIONS [E]
rELaTED INSTrUCTIoN The study of Human Relations explores the factors that enhance or destroy the
relationships we build at work and in our personal lives. Topics include: behavior,
If you are enrolled in a one-year certificate or a degree self-concept, attitude, motivation, communication, ethics, leadership, personality,
program, you must complete some of the following required and groups (their development, functions and malfunction.) PSY 220 scores are:
academic courses. Contact an advisor or counselor to W 68, R 81 or a 2.0 or better in ENG 105. For section 70: $40 online fee. Please
learn which courses fulfill requirements for your program. go to http://online.southseattle.edu
4129.10 3 cr TWTh 2:00 pm - 2:55 pm OLY 101 Stowers
ICT 103 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS I [E] 9893.70 3 cr ONLINE Staff
Study of current computer applications. Provides experience in text editing, spread-
sheet and database management software. Brief introduction to several popular
application softwares. Hands-on experience with a word processor, spreadsheets,
data base, manager and MS-DOS. To be taken concurrently with ENG 105. $32.05
aCCoUNTINg - (206) 764-5394
computer lab fee. Sections .02, .03, .04 have a hybrid server fee of $5.00.
7921.02 2 cr WF 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm OLY 104 Bourret
The Accounting program provides students an in-depth
7922.03 2 cr WF 1:00 pm - 1:50 pm OLY 104 Bourret study of the accounting field. Graduates are prepared
7933.04 2 cr WF 2:00 pm - 2:50 pm OLY 104 Bourret to work as accounting assistants and bookkeepers in
7920.25 5 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm OLY 104 Hoaglan a variety of environments – from large corporations to
small businesses. A certificate may be completed in three
ENG 103 TRANSITIONAL ENGLISH [E] quarters, and an Associate of Applied Science degree may
Improvement of skills required for vocational/technical communications. ssessment
A be completed in six quarters. Courses requiring use of
of reading, writing and oral improvement. Use of computer to teach principles of computers have a lab fee of $35.90.
organizing, drafting and editing technical reports. Prereq: Satisfactory performance
on English placement test. $35.90 computer lab fee. Sections .02, .03, .04 have
a hybrid server fee of $5.00. ACC 110 INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING/BOOKKEEPING I
7901.02 5 cr Daily 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm OLY 104 Bourret This introductory class covers the development of the accounting cycle for a sole
7902.03 5 cr Daily 1:00 pm - 1:50 pm OLY 104 Bourret proprietorship, from business transactions though closing entries and financial
7903.04 5 cr Daily 2:00 pm - 2:50 pm OLY 104 Bourret statements. Includes service and merchandising types of businesses, special
7900.25 5 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm OLY 104 Hoaglan journals, banking services, and payroll.
6500.01 5 cr Daily 11:00 am - 11:50 am OLY 205 Lockhart
ENG 105 APPLIED COMPOSTION [E] 6550.01 5 cr MW 5:00 pm - 7:40 pm OLY 203 Lockhart
Skills to meet college and on-the-job writing demands. Prereq: Satisfactory per-
formance on Language Skills Profile. Students must also sign up for one section ACC 197 WORK EXPERIENCE: ACCOUNTING
of ICT 103. $35.90 lab fee Students earn work experience credit in the accounting field. Prereq: Permis-
7911.02 3 cr MTTh 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm OLY 104 Bourret sion.
7912.03 3 cr MTTh 1:00 pm - 1:50 pm OLY 104 Bourret 6540.01 1- 5 cr ARR ARR RSB 079 Hubbard
7913.04 3 cr MTTh 2:00 pm - 2:50 pm OLY 104 Bourret
4139.10 3 cr MTTh 2:00 pm - 2:55 pm OLY 104 Bourret ACC 214 ACCOUNTING SYSTEMS
Computer applications of basic accounting concepts, principles, and procedures us-
7910.25 3 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm OLY 104 Hoaglan
ing QuickbooksPro 2006. Prerq: ACC 110/120 or ACC 210 with a 2.0 or higher.
ENG 106 TECHNICAL WRITING [E] 6510.01 5 cr Daily 10:00 am - 10:50 am OLY 205 Lockhart
For technical-professional students as part of the general education requirements
ACC 230 FUNDAMENTALS OF MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING [E]
for some AAS degree. Introduction to research techniques forms of presenting
Analysis of accounting data as part of the managerial process of planning, decision-
the results of research in the professional/technical workplace. Formats include
making and control. Concentrates on cost analysis and economic decision-making
resumes, cover letters, research reports. Focus on various means of gathering,
in the manufacturing environment. Prereq: ACC 120 or 220 or permission.
Professional & Technical educaTion
summarizing and synthesizing information (written, oral, electronic) and on oral
0771.01 5 cr Daily 10:00 am - 10:50 am UNI 200 Nordling
and written presentation. Concentration on critical thinking skills, problem-solving
techniques, group process, editing and the use of the computer to prepare
professional-quality products. Prereq: Grade 2.5 or higher in ENG 105 or permis-
sion. $35.90 computer lab fee. aUTomoTIVE CoLLISIoN rEPaIr
7930.01 3 cr MWF 1:00 pm - 1:50 pm OLY 104 Bourret (206) 764-5391
4188.10 3 cr MWF 1:00 pm - 1:50 pm OLY 104 Bourret
4199.10 3 cr MWF 2:00 pm - 2:55 pm OLY 104 Bourret
The Automotive Collision Repair program offers training
7934.25 3 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm OLY 104 Hoaglan in automotive refinishing from small repairs to complete
ENG 108 TECHNICAL REPORT WRITING [E] refinishing, including damage analysis, shop management,
Technical writing for the professional or student. Covers technical communication estimating, minor and major collision repair, fiberglass and
skills needed in industry. Provides examples of written or oral presentations typically plastic repair, and mechanical components.
required in a technical work setting. Prereq: ENG 106. $35.90 computer lab fee.
ABR 111 INTRODUCTION TO AUTOMOTIVE COLLISION TECHNOLOGY
Instructor permission only. E-mail instructor at email@example.com.
Instruction in related skills to become a good body shop employee, typical move-
7935.01 3 cr ARR OLY 104 Bourret
ment of a vehicle through a body shop and basic procedure for repairing a collision
MAT 110 APPLIED MATH FOR TECHNICIANS [E] damaged vehicle. The identification and use of general power tools used in a body
Emphasizes practical mathematics applications. $97.50 on-line fee. This shop will also be covered.
covers the on-line fee and book. Upon registration e-mail agoodwin@sccd. 2100.01 4 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm TEC 105 Ford
ABR 112 SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PRACTICES
9870.70 3 cr ONLINE Simmons
Instruction in various environmental regulations and other items regulated in an
9871.70 3 cr ONLINE Simmons
automotive refinishing department. Learn to locate hazardous warning information
9872.70 3 cr ONLINE Simmons
for products used in refinishing, select the proper protection equipment, inspect
it and demonstrate proper use.
2105.01 3 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm TEC 105 Ford
52 Credit Fall 2007
ABR 113 WELDING AND CUTTING AUT 112 MANUAL TRANSAXLES
Covers the differences between various metal joining processes, selection of the Students will undertake the technical study and application of power train com-
correct heat joining for various jobs, the advantages of using MIG welding, personal ponents from the transmission to the drive wheels. Note: AUT 110, 112, 114 and
and shop safety, along with vehicle protection measures. Students will have an 116 must be taken concurrently.
understanding of welding wires, shielding gases, tuning the welder and be able 2321.01 4 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm AUT 129 Amesquita
to visually inspect and destructively test the weld.
2110.01 8 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm TEC 105 Ford AUT 114 MANUAL TRANSMISSIONS, TRANSFER CASES & DRIVE AXL
Student will have the opportunity to apply previously acquired technical knowledge
ABR 151 METAL STRAIGHTENING I and skill under a simulated auto service shop setting. Selected customer vehicles
Instruction in the basic fundamentals of metal straightening and proper selection will be used as training or “live” units as well as selected training aid units. Note:
of metal straightening tools. Safety, environmental awareness, human relations AUT 110, 112, 114 and 116 must be taken concurrently.
and work ethics are taught as an integral part of this course of study. 2322.01 4 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm AUT 129 Amesquita
2200.01 2 cr MW 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm TEC 105
AUT 116 AIR CONDITIONING AND HEATING
ABR 152 BODY FILLERS Student will study the basic principles involved in air conditioning systems. In ad-
Instruction in the correct mixing and application of body fillers to increase the dition, the function and construction of each component, as well as their diagnosis
quality of the repair. Safety, environmental awareness, human relations and work and service procedures will be covered. Note: AUT 110, 112, 114 and 116 must
ethics are taught as an integral part of this course of study. be taken concurrently.
2205.01 2 cr MW 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm TEC 105 2323.01 4 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm AUT 129 Amesquita
ABR 153 UNDERSTANDING AUTO FINISHES AUT 128 AUTOMOTIVE ENGINE DIAGNOSE / REMOVE AND REPLACE
Student learns to identify the differences in a variety of automotive finish systems, Students will study the basic operation of automotive gas and diesel engines,
including dry time, chemical make-up and plant and body shop application. Safety, diagnosing their condition by disassembling various types of current model engines.
environmental awareness, human relations and work ethics are taught as an Note: AUT 128 and 130 must taken concurrently.
integral part of this course of study. 2311.01 4 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm AUT 130 Hughes
2210.01 2 cr MW 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm TEC 105
AUT 130 AUTOMOTIVE ENGINE REBUILD
ABR 161 DAMAGE ANALYSIS Students will practice removing and installing automotive engines, practicing with
Instructs student how a vehicle absorbs the forces of a collision through “crush both front and rear wheel drive vehicles. This is to include transferring of necessary
zones”. How damage travels from the point of impact through the body. What the parts, developing guides, estimating labor and time, and ordering parts to complete
two types of damage conditions are and how to identify them. the job. Note: AUT 128 and 130 must taken concurrently.
2120.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm TEC 105 Ford 2312.01 8 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm AUT 130 Hughes
ABR 162 DOOR SKIN AND INTRUSION BEAM REPLACEMENT AUT 136 MINOR TUNE-UP PROCEDURES
Instructs student to properly align door frames, understand the principles and This course will cover shop safety, basic mechanical engines, Ohm’s law phys-
techniques for removing and replacing a welded door skin, door intrusion beam ics laws that apply to the automobile, battery starting and charging systems as
removal, surface preparation and installation techniques. they apply to engine runability. this course will also cover using and maintaining
2125.01 3 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm TEC 105 Ford emission related equipment in the shop. Note: AUT 136, 138, 140 and 142 must
be taken concurrently.
ABR 163 QUARTER PANEL REPLACEMENT 2300.01 4 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm AUT 106 Andersen
Instructs student to analyze quarter panel damage, determine whether sectioning
or full panel replacement is required, the principles and techniques of removing a AUT 138 FUEL SYSTEM SERVICING
damaged quarter panel, surface preparation, alignment and installation. This course will cover gasoline fuel systems. Included are, fuel pumps both me-
2130.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm TEC 105 Ford
chanical and electric, carburetors, throttle body, and port fuel injection systems.
Note: AUT 136, 138, 140 and 142 must be taken concurrently
ABR 164 MOVEABLE GLASS AND HARDWARE 2301.01 4 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm AUT 106 Andersen
Instructs student to remove and install moveable door glass, identify cause and
Professional & Technical educaTion
correct air and water leak problems. AUT 140 ENGINE COMPUTER INPUTS AND OUTPUTS
2135.01 2 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm TEC 105 Ford This course will cover the automotive engine computer, it’s multiple power and
ground supplies, and how these affect the running of the vehicle. It covers the
inputs and outputs of the vehicle, how each contributes to the running of the
aUTomoTIVE TECHNoLogY - (206) 764-5391 engine and how to diagnose each one. Note: AUT 136, 138, 140 and 142 must
be taken concurrently
The Automotive Technology program offers training in: 2302.01 4 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm AUT 106 Andersen
engine repair, automatic trans/transaxle, manual drive train
AUT 142 EMISSION CONTROLS AND DIAGNOSTIC TEST EQUIPMENT
and axles, suspension and steering, brakes, electrical/
This course will cover all of the emission related items on the vehicle and the
electronic systems, heating and air conditioning, and federally mandated OBD II system. It also covers the use and operation of Super
engine performance covering both domestic and foreign charges and Turbo charges on cars. Note: AUT 136, 138, 140 and 142 must be
automobiles. Coursework focuses on electronic controls of taken concurrently
today’s modern automobiles. 2303.01 4 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm AUT 106 Andersen
MVM 100 INTRODUCTION TO AUTOMOTIVE AUT 299 SPECIAL TOPICS: AUTOMOTIVE
Covers the basics of hand tools, power tools, automotive safety, fasteners, gaskets, A special topics automotive course on an individual or group study basis. Prereq:
seals, measuring instruments, engine fundamentals, repair orders, drive trains, Permission.
suspension, steering, automotive brakes, and some of the specialized tools used 2400.01 1- 3 cr MW 6:00 pm - 9:30 pm AUT 129 Andersen
in the industry.
2310.01 3 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm AUT 130 Hughes
AUT 110 CLUTCHES,DRIVE LINE AND HALF SHAFTSANSAXLES
Student will undertake the technical study and application of power flow and
torque and how they are transmitted and multiplied from the power source through
clutches, transmissions and transaxles. Note: AUT 110, 112, 114 and 116 must
be taken concurrently.
2320.01 3 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm AUT 129 Amesquita
www.southseattle.edu Credit 53
aVIaTIoN maINTENaNCE TECHNoLogY FLIgHT TraININg For aVIaTIoN mECHaNICS
(206) 764-5373 (206) 764-5380
aIrFramE & PoWErPLaNT Make yourself more desirable to employers and enroll
through one of South’s partner flight schools and earn up to
This two-year (8 quarters) program leads to a Federal 27 credits toward your aviation maintenance degree while
Aviation Administration (FAA) Airframe and Powerplant receiving your FAA Private, Instrument and Commercial
(A&P) Mechanics certificate. Course work includes basic pilot training. Some ground school programs can be
science for aviation, electricity, airframe structures and completed in as little as a few weeks. You can expect
systems, powerplant (piston and turbine engines) theory, quality, one on one flight training with experienced FAA
overhaul and systems. Additional coursework can be qualified instructors.
completed for an Associate of Applied Science degree
in Aeronautical Technology. A counseling interview is AFT 101 PRIVATE PILOT GROUND SCHOOL
recommended before acceptance into the Airframe and An orientation to airports. Learn how to obtain and interpret weather reports,
Powerplant program. For an appointment, call Tim Sowell forecasts, and charts. Prereq: Permission.
at (206) 768-6789. 2960.01 5 cr ARR ARR Off Campus
AMT 111 BASIC SCIENCE FOR AVIATION AFT 110 PRIVATE PILOT FLIGHT INSTRUCTION
Provides a firm foundation for maintenance on both small and large aircraft.
Covers training needed for the FAA Private Pilot Certificate allowing the transport
Covers aircraft terminology, nomenclature, practical mathematics, basic physics, of persons or property in aircraft without compensation or hire. Instruction in trainer
aircraft drawing and interpretation of diagrams as they pertain to everyday shop type aircraft on the elements of flight, attitudes and ground tracks, takeoffs and
problems. Topics include specifications and properties of modern aircraft materials, landings, solo flight, and maximum performance maneuvers. Includes cross-country
their use and fabrication, hardware, fitting, corrosion control, cleaning and poper flight with navigation and use of radio aids in preparation for the oral flight test
use of tools, precision instruments required for maintenance andoverhaul prac- for the Private Pilot certificate. Encompasses precise airplane altitude control by
tices. Nondestructive inspection, aircraft systems, components, ground handling instrument reference and radio navigation. Prereq: Permission.
and servicing procedures of aircraft, Federal Aviation Regulations, maintenance 2961.01 6 cr ARR ARR Off Campus
records, publication, weigh and balance control and other basic information are AFT 130 INSTRUMENT GROUND SCHOOL
also covered. Prereq: Meet with an advisor or counselor to see if a placement Covers the principles of instrument flight, including aircraft control, flight instru-
test may be required. ments and instrument navigation using VOR, DME, and ADF. Includes the air traffic
2901.01 17 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:30 pm AMT 208 Staff control system; use of charts; regulations of instrument flight; IFR flight planning;
Note: Class meets from 09/24/07 to 12/03/07 departure, in-route, arrival and emergency procedures; and meteorological condi-
AMT 113 AIRFRAME STRUCTURE AND REPAIR tions. Prereq: Permission.
Students will gain experience working with five types of aircraft structure materials: 2962.01 5 cr ARR ARR Off Campus
wood, fabric, composite/fiberglass, plastic and metal. Student projects in each of AFT 210 INSTRUMENT FLIGHT INSTRUCTION
these areas, in combination with classroom lectures, will provide realistic exposure Covers flight and ground (simulator) training to qualify to add an Instrument Airplane
to approved assigned project areas including inspection of wood, fabric, metal, rating to a Private Commercial Pilot certificate. Continues instruction in precise
composite/fiberglass and plastic structures. Forming heat treating and fabricat- airplane altitude and flight management solely by reference to instruments; in-route
ing metal structures and introduction to brazing, gas and arc welding of steel navigation; Air Traffic Control procedures and regulations; instrument approach
magnesium and titanium. and missed approach procedures; holding patterns; and IFR cross-country flight.
2906.01 17 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:30 pm Composite Lab Staff Prereq: Permission.
Note: Class meets from 09/24/07 to 12/03/07 2963.01 6 cr ARR ARR Off Campus
Professional & Technical educaTion
AMT 215 ADVANCED AIRFRAME AFT 230 COMMERCIAL PILOT GROUND SCHOOL
Refines basic skills and concepts learned in earlier airframe courses in addition to Reviews airplane performance, VFR cross-country planning and navigation at the
performing rigging and assembly, testing, evaluation ofaircraft instrument systems, Commercial pilot level. Covers FARs, including Part 135, applicable to commercial
and aircraft inspections for conformity and airworthiness in accordance with ap- pilot operations. Study advanced systems appropriate to complex airplanes and
proved procedures. Students analyze and review prior airframe course material in learn to execute the advanced flight maneuvers required for Commercial Pilot
preparation for the FAA Airframe exam. Prereq: AMT 113,241 and permission. certification. Prereq: Permission.
2912.01 1-17 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:30 pm AMT 206 Staff 2964.01 5 cr ARR ARR Off Campus
Note: Class meets from 09/24/07 to 12/03/07
AMT 234 POWERPLANT SYSTEMS AND COMPONENTS
Covers six areas: 1) Engine fuel system and fuel metering system, carburetion BUSINESS INFormaTIoN TECHNoLogY
and fuel injection; 2) Ignition system for both turbine engines and reciprocating
engines;3)Turbine engine electrical starting systems; 4) Powerplant lubrication
systems; 5) Electrical and mechanical indicating systems; and 6) Powerplant and
ice and rain control systems. Prereq: AMT 133 and permission.
The three-quarter certificate or six-quarter degree program
2918.01 17 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:30 pm AMT 104 Klevstad in Business Information Technology prepares graduates
Note: Class meets from 09/24/07 to 12/03/07 to work in a variety of office environments, including
management, manufacturing, trade, sales, finance,
and high-technology. This program provides business
skills training in information technologies, customer
service, database and records management, business
communication, and professionalism. Courses requiring
use of computers have a lab fee of $35.90.
BUS 104 KEYBOARDING
Open enrollment/exit. S/NC grade. Keyboarding by touch on the computer us-
ing professional keyboarding software. Develops basic touch keyboarding skills
of speed and accuracy needed for computer and word processing applications.
Designed for students with no previous keyboarding experience.
6300.01 3 cr Daily 8:00 am - 8:50 am OLY 203 Staff
6305.02 3 cr Daily 10:00 am - 10:50 am OLY 203 Staff
6400.03 3 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm OLY 203 Staff
54 Credit Fall 2007
BUS 106 KEYBOARDING/SKILLBUILDING BUS 197 WORK EXPERIENCE/BUSINESS OCCUPATIONS
Open Enrollment/Exit: May be taken for S/NC grade. Development of speed and Provides practical work experience and employment contacts by integrating aca-
accuracy of letter, symbol, and number keys through drills and timings. Prerq: demic studies with actual on-the-job training situations. Orientation to Internships
BUS 104 or keyboard typing of 25 wpm. May be taken for S/NC and may be required prior to registration.
repeated. 6340.PAH 1-15 cr ARR ARR Hubbard
6301.01 3 cr Daily 8:00 am - 8:50 am OLY 203 Staff
6306.02 3 cr Daily 10:00 am - 10:50 am OLY 203 Staff BUS 230 BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS
Develops effective business writing skills through preparation of letters, reports,
6401.03 3 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm OLY 203 Staff
memoranda, and resumes. Introduces oral communication skills essential to the
BUS 115 COMPUTATIONAL SKILLBUILDING successful giving and receiving of information along with cultural aspects of the com-
Open enrollment/exit. S/NC grade. Introduces touch operation of the electronic munication process. Prereq: BUS 131. Recommended: Keyboarding at 25 wpm.
calculator to solve common business problems including discounts, markups and 6345.01 5 cr Daily 9:00 am - 9:50 am OLY 205 Lockhart
markdowns, rounding and working with decimals and fractions. The second half
BUS 235 ORAL COMMUNICATIONS IN BUSINESS
of this course concentrates on building data entry skills on the computer using
Covers listening, speaking, nonverbal communication, effective business meet-
ings and parliamentary procedures, and telephone and interviewer/interviewee
6302.01 2 cr Daily 8:00 am - 8:50 am OLY 203 Staff
techniques. Prereq: BUS 131 or ENG 101 with 2.0 or higher.
6307.02 2 cr Daily 10:00 am - 10:50 am OLY 203 Staff
6350.01 5 cr Daily 11:00 am - 11:50 am OLY 204 Staff
6402.03 2 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm OLY 203 Staff
BUS 298 OUTLOOK
BUS 116 BUSINESS MATH/SPREADSHEETS Outlook 2007 is the latest full-featured emailing and contact management software
A practical, up-to-date survey course of business mathematics topics. The course from the Microsoft Office Suite. Learn how to organize all your e-mail, calendars,
begins with a brief review of basic business discounts and markups, simple and tasks, and appointments in one place. Learn the new features, including a new
compound interest, and other business applications. Increases skill using calcula- user interface design. Outlook 2007 makes it easy to send and receive e-mail,
tors. Prereq: SLEP math 61, ASSET Math 43 or MAT 82. coordinate schedules and meetings, and keep track of important contacts and
6310.01 5 cr Daily 9:00 am - 9:50 am OLY 104 Baker tasks. Learn how Outlook 2007 works in a corporate environment.
6318.01 3 cr MWF 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm TEC 118 Horan
BUS 131 INTEGRATED COMMUNICATIONS I
Integrates the review and refinement of basic English grammar, punctuation and word
usage skills with the composition of effective basic business letters and memos.
6313.01 5 cr Daily 9:00 am - 9:50 am OLY 204 Lockhart mEDICaL oFFICE CLErK - (206) 764-5394
BUS 140 CUSTOMER RELATIONS As a part of the Business Information Technology program,
Develop the skills to identify and resolve customer complaints, handle difficult the three quarter Medical Office Clerk certificate prepares
customers, utilize effective verbal and nonverbal communication methods, learn individuals to work in a variety of medical office facilities,
appropriate professional use of various electronic media, and learn to contribute such as hospitals, clinics, insurance companies, and
to the service culture of an organization. Future trend and changes in the network government offices. Employment could also be obtained
will be examined. OFFERED FALL QUARTER ONLY. with physicians, dentists, opticians, chiropractors, and
6316.01 5 cr Daily 10:00 am - 10:50 am OLY 104 Baker physical therapists. Instruction includes communications
BUS 169 USING COMPUTERS IN BUSINESS I
in a medical setting and patient relations, insurance billing,
An introductory hands-on course using Office 2007. Emphasizes word processing, medical terminology, software programs, keyboarding and
spreadsheets, database, and graphic applications for the beginning computer user. other clerical skills.
Includes basic Windows operation, file management, legal and safety consider-
AHE 130 MEDICAL CODING AND INSURANCE PROCESSING
ations. Prereq: Keyboarding skills.
This course introduces diagnosis and procedural coding. Students will study basic
6320.01 5 cr Daily 11:00 am - 11:50 am OLY 203 Staff
ICD-9 (International Classification of Diseases) and the CPT (Current Procedural
6410.02 5 cr TTh 5:30 pm -8:00 pm OLY 205 Staff
Professional & Technical educaTion
Terminology) coding systems. These coding systems are recognized by the in-
surance industry, the physician, and medical office as the standard for billing and
BUS 170 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY I
reimbursement. Insurance processing topics covered will include documentation,
Develops keyboarding and formatting proficiency using Microsoft Word for creating
information flow, insurance forms, and medical office policies.
business reports, correspondence, tables, and outlines. Business English rules
6375.01 5 cr Daily 12:00 pm - 12:50 pm OLY 203 Jackson
are reviewed and reinforced. A valuable introductory course in word processing.
An entry level keyboarding skill of 25 wpm is required.
AHE 168 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY
6303.01 4 cr Daily 8:00 am - 8:50 am OLY 203 Staff
Introduction to the concept of word building with Greek and Latin word roots, prefixes
6308.01 4 cr Daily 10:00 am - 10:50 am OLY 203 Staff
and suffixes, resulting in the acquisition of a large medical vocabulary.
6403.03 4 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm OLY 203 Staff 6370.01 5 cr Daily 9:00 am - 9:50 am OLY 203 Haran
BUS 177 SPREADSHEETS
This course is designed to prepare students for the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS,
formerly MOUS) Core Professional Certification exam for MS-Excel. Emphasis CommErCIaL DrIVEr TraININg
is placed on learning to use the Excel software tools necessary to pass the core (206) 764-5314
exam, however passing the MOS exam is not required to pass the course.
6330.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 8:50 am OLY 205 Staff
The Commercial Driver Training Program will prepare
9902.70 5 cr Online
students for the driving industry. The program covers
BUS 179 WORD PROCESSING driver training, logbooks and appropriate paper work,
This course is designed to prepare students for the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS, long haul and local driving rules and regulations. After
formerly MOUS) Core Professional Certification exam for MS-Word. Emphasis completing 360 hours of lab and lecture, students will test
is placed on learning to use the Word software tools necessary to pass the core for a commercial driver’s license.
exam, however passing the MOS exam is not required to pass the course.
6334.01 5 cr Daily 12:00 pm – 12:50 pm OLY 205 Staff CTD 138 BASIC FUNDAMENTALS OF COMMERCIAL VEHICLE DRIVING
9903.70 5 cr Online This course teaches student drivers the technical and background knowledge
necessary to test for their Washington State Commercial Drivers License written
test. During the course the student will test for the Class “A” Washington State
Commercial Drivers License. When successfully completed, the student will have
the practical driving and operational skills necessary to safely and efficiently oper-
ate commercial motor vehicles as entry-level drivers.
2565.01 24 cr Daily 7:00 am - 1:30 pm RAH 118 Leagjeld
www.southseattle.edu Credit 55
TDR 230 BASIC CAD - 3D
ComPUTEr-aIDED DraFTINg & DESIgN Intro to the 3D CAD software using a feature paced, parametric solid modeling
TECHNoLogY - (206) 768-5394 design program. Students will learn to create 3D parts, mated assemblies and
2D drawings. Prereq: TDR 123 & TDR 131.
This program is designed to equip students with both 5922.01 3 cr TTh 8:30 am – 10:50 am CAS 300A Nguyen
drafting and basic design capabilities. Instruction is hands- TDR 231 ADVANCED CAD 3-D
on and incorporates traditional drafting with computer- An advanced course in the 3D CAD software using a feature based, parametric
aided drafting (CAD). Training received will prepare solid modeling design program. Students will learn to create 3D parts, mated
graduates to embark on careers in entry-level positions assemblies and 2D drawings. Prereq: TDR 230.
in the fields of architectural, civil, electrical or mechanical 5923.01 3 cr TTh 8:30 am – 10:50 am CAS 300A Nguyen
drafting. Courses requiring use of computers have a lab fee
of $35.90. TDR 236 DESIGN PROJECT CONSIDERATIONS
Integration of basic elements of a design project: design process, team-work,
TDR 121 DRAFTING TECHNOLOGY I project planning and management, and project presentation. Prereq: TDR 233 or
Basic drafting knowledge, skills, and standards required to prepare three-view 235, TDR 231 and MET 102.
and pictorial drawings to current industry standards. Prereq: Must pass ASSET 5930.01 1 cr TTh 1:00 pm - 3:20 pm CAS 300B Nguyen
or SLEP test.
5900.01 4 cr MWF 9:00 am - 10:50 am CAS 300B Nguyen EGR 110 ENGINEERING ORIENTATION [E]
5940.02 4 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 8:20 pm CAS 300B Staff Covers fields of engineering, career options and general information. Offered on
Satisfactory (S) grade basis only.
TDR 123 DRAFTING TECHNOLOGY II 6100.01 1 cr F 12:00 pm – 12:50 pm TBA Staff
Basic principles and practices involved in the creation of production drawings
including dimensions and tolerancing, sections, and auxiliary views. Emphasis MET 102 CREATIVE TECHNICAL PROBLEM SOLVING
on standard practices and variations permitted when required for clarity. Prereq: Introduction to systematic procedures for engineering problem solving. Review
TDR 121 or permission. of basic math principles, geometry, algebra, trigonometry, and basic physical
5901.01 4 cr MWF 9:00 am - 10:50 am CAS 300B Nguyen principles related to analysis of technical engineering problems. Prereq: Second
year standing and MAT 112.
5941.02 4 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 8:20 pm CAS 300B Staff
5970.01 3 cr TTh 1:00 pm – 3:20 pm CAS0300B Nguyen
TDR 126 SPACE GEOMETRY INT 100 MANUFACTURING PROCESSES
Basic principles of space geometry and use of direct projection techniques to 5980.01 3 cr TWTh 12:00 pm – 12:50 pm CAS 0300B Nguyen
resolve spatial relationships. Emphasis on projection techniques and application
of principles to problems solutions. Prereq; TDR 121.
5935.01 3 cr MW 1:00 pm – 3:20 pm CAS0300B Nguyen ComPUTINg TECHNoLogY - (206) 764-5365
TDR 129 INDUSTRIAL BLUEPRINT READING
This course is primarily for the machinist. It covers the detail drawing page, tile
block, dimensioning, tollerancing, views of a drawing, drawing notes, drawing Keep the communication going!
changes and geometric tollerancing.
5937.01 3 cr MW 1:00 pm – 3:20 pm CAS0300B Staff This program is for students who want to specialize in
design, implementation, security and management of
TDR 131 INTRODUCTION TO CAD 2-D computer networks. Course work includes introductory
Understanding of the features, limitations, and considerations associated with the classes through advanced troubleshooting courses for
operation of a computer-aided design/drafting (CAD) system. Students will gain hardware, operating systems, LAN, WAN and wireless
hands-on experience using the AutoCAD micro-based CAD software. Prereq: TDR environments. All of the Network Administration specialty
121 or concurrent enrollment. courses include hands-on practice. This program is
Professional & Technical educaTion
5920.01 3 cr TTh 8:30 am – 10:50 am CAS 300A Nguyen constantly evolving to be in sync with the fast-changing
5942.02 3 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm CAS 300A Nguyen networking world.
TDR 133 INTERMEDIATE CAD 2-D
Builds on skills developed in TDR 131, providing students with additional instruc- NETWorK TECHNICIaN
tion on advanced commands of the AutoCAD micro-based CAD software. Prereq:
TDR 131. Be the one who can solve the local problems!
5921.01 3 cr TTh 8;30 am – 10:50 am CAS 300A Nguyen
This program is for people who enjoy solving PC hardware,
5943.02 3 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 8:20 pm CAS 300A Nguyen operating systems, common applications, or network
TDR 160 SURVEYING/CAD CIVIL problems. Students learn how to diagnose, document
Covers basics of surveying and mapping, to include survey planning and opera- and correct problems. Graduates can select employment
tions, measurement of distances, angles, and elevations. Includes taking field in the physically active job environment of Information
notes, calculating and plotting the survey data. Prereq: TDR 123, TDR 131 and Technology or work as Help Desk technical support
MAT 112 or permission, permission. personnel.
5902.01 5 cr MWF 9:00 am - 11:20 am CAS 300A Nguyen
WEB mEDIa & TECHNoLogY
TDR 169 CAD - ELECTRICAL
Covers drafting techniques and standard practices used in civil drawings. Emphasis Be the Wizard of the Web!
on appropriate presentation of data. Prereq: TDR 123 and TDR 131. This program focuses on training for professional careers
5911.01 4 cr TTh 9:00 am - 11:20 am CAS 300B Nguyen in the Web industry as designers, programmers, production
TDR 179 CAD - MECHANICAL artists, producers, or webmasters. Depending on the
Covers techniques used to prepare mechanical engineering drawings. Includes chosen area of emphasis, topics range from rich multimedia
basic mechanism geometry, detail and assembly drawings, emphasis on appropri- development using digital video and animation to backend
ate presentation of data. database and software development. Students work
5904.01 4 cr MWF 9:00 am - 10:50 am CAS 300A Nguyen throughout their studies on building a dynamic portfolio
that showcases their skills and knowledge to potential
employers. Students pursuing an AAS degree can choose
from three tracks: Media, Programming and Development or
System Administration for the Web.
56 Credit Fall 2007
EaSTErN WaSHINgToN UNIVErSITY CTN 165 USABILITY DESIGN
Put your coding and graphics knowledge to work producing new generation web
You can earn a four-year Bachelor’s degree through Eastern sites. Topics include advanced study of successful navigation, interactive design,
Washington University courses taught here at SSCC! All screen layout, color and typography. Projects include creative brainstorming,
prerequisite courses are offered at SSCC. Visit www.ewu. flowcharting and storyboards. In this course students will examine issues such as
edu/sscc for more information. download versus design and technology and design. Prereq: CTN 168 and CTN
161 or permission. Note: Friday class meets from 10:00 am – 10:50 am.
All non-distance learning Computing Technology classes have a $35.90 5140.01 5 cr MWF 10:00 am - 11:50 am TEC 118 Staff
server support fee. Online courses have an $8/credit fee.
CTN 197 COMPUTING INTERNSHIP
CSC 100 BEGINNING COMPUTERS Provides practical work experience and employment contacts by integrating aca-
Covers the beginning basic computer terminology; characteristics of hardware demic studies with actual on-the-job training situations. Orientation to Internships
and software; capabilities, limitations, and problems associated with computers; required prior to registration.
introduction to email and the Internet. Visit www.ssccit.com for more information 5180.01 1-15 cr ARR RSB 79 Hubbard
about online classes.
5100.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 8:50 am TEC 122 Staff CTN 231 NET PROGRAMMING I
5102.02 5 cr Daily 9:00 am - 9:50 am TEC 122 Staff Hands-on introduction to the concepts of Visual Programming in the Windows
9900.70 5 cr Online environment, Introduction to event-driven and object-oriented programming using
Microsoft’s Visual Basic NET Language. Topics include general Visual Basic.NET
CTN 101 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTING TECHNOLOGY syntax and control usage, single and multiple form applications, reading and writing
Designed to familiarize computer users and owners with the common hardware from disc, as well as object-oriented design strategies and techniques. Prereq:
components of computing systems. This is a technically based course that will CTN 131. Note: Friday class meets from 10:00 am – 10:50 am.
provide students with knowledge to make decisions regarding hardware selection, 5145.01 5 cr MWF 10:00 am - 11:50 am TEC 118 Staff
configuration and upgrading considerations for the purposes of software optimiza-
tion. Note: Friday class meets from 12:00 pm – 12:50 pm. CTN 270 LOCAL AREA NETWORKS I
5105.01 5 cr MWF 12:00 pm - 1:50 pm TEC 111 Staff Introduces the student to networking concepts, terminology and technologies
including the history of networks, the OSI reference model, standards, common
CTN 120 DATABASES I protocols, data transmission techniques, data transmission processes and network
An overview of database concepts and applications. Emphasis on MS-Access and structures. Includes error handling and communication hardware. Explores popular
its role in the Microsoft Office. Includes practical hands-on experience setting up network systems. Prereq: CTN 101or equivalent. Note: Friday class meets from
related database systems and on developing tables, queries, forms and reports.. 10:00 am – 10:50 am.
Prereq: CSC 100. Note: Friday class meets from 10:00 am – 10:50 am. Visit www. 5170.01 5 cr MWF 10:00 am - 11:50 am TEC 119 Staff
ssccit.com for more information about online classes.
5115.01 5 cr MWF 10:00 am - 11:50 am TEC 118 Koepke CTN 274 LOCAL AREA NETWORKS III
9905.70 5 cr Online Covers advanced topics in computer networking, including remotely installing
operating systems, implementing network security, setting up directory services,
CTN 121 DATABASE II designing and implementing policies, setup and implementation of print services
A continuation of CTN 120 with emphasis on application development using Access and configuring distributed file systems. Prereq: CTN 272. Note: Friday class
automation tools. Includes an introduction to SQL server (with emphasis on writing meets from 1:00 pm – 1:50 pm.
SQL statements), and the development of applications that use Access front-ends 5150.01 5 cr TThF 12:00 pm - 1:50 pm TEC 119 Staff
linked to SQL server back-ends. Prereq: CTN 120 and either CTN 131 or CTN
132. Note: Friday class meets from 12:00 pm to 12:50 pm. CTN 282 CISCO I
5110.01 5 cr MWF 12:00 pm - 1:50 pm TEC 118 Staff CCNA 1: First of 4-course official Cisco training program curriculum. Prepares
students for Certified Cisco Associate (CCNA) certification exam. Covers net-
CTN 131 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER PROGRAMMING working technology, devices, addressing, media, protocols, design, regulations
Designed for the student with little or no previous programming experience. This and standards, LAN, WAN, OSI models, cabling, cabling tools, routers, router
Professional & Technical educaTion
class will emphasize programming in a structured, modular language with empha- programming, star topology, IP addressing and network management. Prereq:
sis on program design and style using Visual Basic Net. Includes understanding CTN 270. Note: Friday class meets from 11:00 am to 11:50 am.
and defining a problem, understanding and using various control structures, and 5160.01 5 cr TThF 10:00 am - 11:50 am TEC 133C Koepke.
modular program design and structural concepts. Prereq: CSC 100 or equivalent.
Note: Friday class meets from 1:00 pm – 1:50 pm. CTN 295 HELP DESK/RESEARCH/CUSTOMER SERVICE
5120.01 5 cr TThF 12:00 pm - 1:50 pm TEC 118 Staff This course teaches students 1) effective Customer Service and Help Desk tech-
niques and 2) methods to conduct research necessary to solve technical problems
CTN 160 WEB PRODUCTION I efficiently. Special emphasis given to customer interaction and soft skills. You will
This introductory xhtml course introduces students to internet media development learn techniques to accomplish, document, evaluate, and present the research to
using xhtml, cascading style sheets, tables, frames, forms, and css-p. In addition, the customer. Help desk techniques and infrastructure are studied. Prereq: CSC
students will be taught how to deploy and test their sites on a web browser. Prereq: 100 or equivalent. Note: Friday class meets from 9:00 to 9:50 am.
CSC 100 or permission. Note: Friday class meets from 9:00 am – 9:50 am. 5165.01 5 cr TThF 8:00 am - 9:50 am TEC 133C Koepke
5125.01 5 cr TThF 8:00 am - 9:50 am OLY 102 Staff
CTN 163 ASP.NET I
This course provides a comprehensive introduction to building web applications
and web services using the Microsoft.NET development platform. Technologies
covered include programming in the VB.NET language, the .NET Common Lan-
guage Runtime, NET Framework classes, ADO.NET, ASP.NET and XML. Topics
include application architecture and design, the architecture of .NET, as well as
practical development issues such as debugging, deployment, security, scalability,
performance and availability.
5130.01 5 cr MW 5:00 pm - 7:30 pm TEC 118 Hagan
www.southseattle.edu Credit 57
FSD 102 THEORY 5
CoSmEToLogY - (206) 764-5846 Focus on management techniques as they relate to the customer, operations and
employees including motivation, training and development, and promotion of the
The Cosmetology Program is being phased out and is operation. Continuing performance evaluation concepts are practiced. Overview
not accepting new students. This course listing is for the of industry trends and elements of menu design and layout are included.
benefit of existing students. 4140.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 7:55 am RAH 214 Phipps
COS 112 COSMETOLOGY THEORY III FSD 103 THEORY 3
Additional hours to give students skills in the other important areas of the profes- Focus on food production including hors d’oeuvres, dairy products, farinaceous
sion. Prereq: Permission. products, deli layout, marketing and inventory controls, pro duct specification,
4905.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 8:50 am RAH 125 Fox purchasing, storage and usage, sanitation and safety principles.
4120.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 7:55 am CAB 123 STAFF
COS 113 COSMETOLOGY THEORY IV
Continuation of Cosmetology theory III. FSD 104 THEORY 1
4907.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 8:50 am RAH 125 Fox An introductory course for Culinary Arts students. Areas covered: food safety and
sanitation, knife skills, principles of cooking, introduction to stocks and sauces,
COS 114 COSMETOLOGY THEORY V
introduction to service meats, fundamentals of starch and vegetable cooking and
Continuation of Cosmetology Theory IV.
direct labor cost analysis and meat yield testing.
4909.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 8:50 am RAH 125 Fox
4100.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 7:50 am RAH 109 Wasson
COS 117 COSMETOLOGY LABORATORY III
FSD 105 THEORY 2
Continuation of Cosmetology Laboratory II.
Focus on food and beverage production management, including financial consid-
4915.01 15 cr Daily 9:00 am - 3:30 pm CAS 100 Ford
erations and profitability, forecasting and budget generation, determination of food
COS 118 COSMETOLOGY LABORATORY IV and beverage labor standards and evaluation of variances from budget.
Continuation of Cosmetology Laboratory III. 4110.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 7:55 am RAH 205 Kasim
4917.01 15 cr Daily 9:00 am - 3:30 pm CAS 100 Ford
FSD 106 THEORY 4
COS 119 COSMETOLOGY LABORATORY V Focus on food production including Garde Manger, buffet service and elements
Continuation of Cosmetology Laboratory IV. of charcuterie, hors d’oeuvres and curing meats. Principles of food presentation,
4919.01 15 cr Daily 9:00 am - 3:30 pm CAS 100 Ford design and layout are studied.
4130.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 7:55 am FSA 101 Sparks
COS 299 INDIVIDUAL PROJECTS IN COSMETOLOGY
Independent study course for individual projects in the Cosmetology field. Prereq: FSD 108 OPERATIONS
Permission. Basics of restaurant operations form a control viewpoint, concentrating on cost
4949.01 1-20 cr ARR ARR TBA Ford variances and revenue generation through computer usage. Includes emphasis
on analysis of report data.
4133.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 1:40 pm CAB 025 Kasim
CULINarY arTS - (206) 764-5344 FSD 110 FOOD SERVER 1
Development of flambé and table side techniques. Industry performance and
The highly regarded Culinary Arts program opportunities are explored. Continued emphasis on terminology, theory and
at South Seattle Community College is menu concepts.
accredited by the prestigious American 4101.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 1:40 pm CAB 006 Phipps
Culinary Federation. SSCC students
and instructors consistently win major FSD 111 PANTRY 1
awards at some of the most competitive Introduction to basic salad and sandwich preparation for volume food service
Professional & Technical educaTion
culinary contests in the country. This is operations. Basic and advance hand skills are introduced. Safety care and stor-
accomplished in a realistic learning environment, where age of hand tools are covered.
students can practice skills in a food court, two-waited- 4105.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 1:40 pm CAB 008 Sparks
service dining rooms and pastry shop. The program offers FSD 112 PREP 1
degree and certificate programs in the following areas: Introduction to basic quantity food cooking with an emphasis on vegetable and
Restaurant & Food Service Production, Catering & Banquet starch. Covers cooking methods, knife and hand tool use, safety care and produc-
Operations, and Pastry and Specialty Baking. tion skills for quantity food preparation.
4102.01 5 cr Daily 11:00 am - 11:50 am FSA 101 Wasson
rESTaUraNT & FooD SErVICE ProDUCTIoN FSD 113 PURCHASING
CaTErINg & BaNQUET oPEraTIoNS Techniques of purchasing covering various methods and vendors, including on-line
purchasing are introduced. Emphasis on forms and systems for implementing
Student choosing these tracks in the program progress inventory controls is covered. Focus on multitasking time management skills and
from limited menu, high-volume operations through performance evaluation is introduced.
specialty and steam table techniques to classical 4141.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 1:40 pm CAB 025 Kasim
dining presentations. Students also learn fundamental
entrees, sauces, pantry/meat/poultry/fish preparation and FSD 114 FOOD SERVER 4
The development of beverage marketing concepts are emphasized. Includes
classical sauce and sauté preparations, as well as kitchen
wine, beer and spirits. Certification in Mandatory Alcohol Service Training (MAST),
testing fee required. Concepts of beverage control, bartending and customer
FSD 100 FOOD SAFETY & SANITATION service skills are covered.
An introductory survey course covering sanitation guidelines as suggested by the 4137.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 1:40 pm CAB 011 Phipps
National Restaurant Association’s “ServSafe” program and the fundamentals of
hazard analysis of critical control point (HACCP) management
4106.01 3 cr TTh 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm RAH 205 Blackwell
58 Credit Fall 2007
FSD 115 INVENTORY FSD 138 GARDE MANGER 1
Introduction to control management of storeroom. Includes inventory, receiving, An introductory course in cold food production with an emphasis on hor d’oeuvres,
menu costing and production controls. Formulas to achieve acceptable food canapés and savories. Flavor parings, textures, components and assembly are
cost percentages are introduced, and HACCP receiving and storage techniques covered. Additional areas covered: cold mousse preparation, salt curing of meat
are practiced. Emphasis on computerized purchasing and inventory programs and fish.
are included. 4134.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 1:40 pm CAB 8 Sparks
4104.01 5 cr Daily 11:00 am - 11:50 am FAS 101 Kasim
FSD 140 PREP 4
FSD 120 SHORT ORDER
Advanced quantity cooking including banquet cooking and setup are covered.
Introduction to short order breakfast and lunch cookery. Covers egg and meat Portion control, food cost analysis and evaluation are included.
cookery, hot sandwich and “fast-food” production. Emphasis on speed and por- 4142.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 1:40 pm CAB 8 Wasson
tion control, station organization and management. Safety and sanitation are
studied. FSD 141 SAUTE 2
4103.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 1:40 pm CAB 012 Staff Intermediate-level sauté/line preparation and organization. Emphasis on coordina-
tion and speed, complex garnish and sauce building.
FSD 121 PREP 2 4126.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 1:40 pm CAB 21 Wasson
Quantity food production, organization and management. Emphasis on portion
control, sauce work and meat/fish/poultry product identification. Complex quantity FSD 143 FOOD SERVER 3
production is emphasized. The development of professionalism and management skills. Emphasis on din-
4112.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 1:40 pm CAB 008 Wasson ing room supervision, special techniques in reception and cashiering and related
FSD 122 FOOD SERVER 2 4121.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 1:40 pm CAB 11 Phipps
Development of carving, flambé and table side techniques. Industry performance
and opportunities are explored. Continued emphasis on terminology, theory and FSD 144 SERVICE LEAD
study of a luncheon-oriented menu. Hands-on entry-level supervisory course for waited service dining room opera-
4111.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 1:40 pm CAB 6 Phipps tions. Covers scheduling and appropriate station requisitioning Skills in dining
room seating layout and special event floor plans are covered. Tableware, menu
FSD 124 FOOD PREPARATION 3 and marketing are emphasized.
Advanced quantity cookery including introduction to Continental and classic French 4147.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 1:40 pm CAB 11 Phipps
culinary methods and development of terminology and production techniques.
Emphasis on organizational skills. FSD 145 GARDE MANGER 2
4125.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 1:40 pm CAB 8 Wasson Advanced cold food preparation and display techniques are covered. Covers
pates, terrines and galantines. Additional areas include hors d’euvres, curing of
FSD 130 PANTRY 2 meats, charcuterie, mousses and other cold items. Study of food presentation
Advanced cold food preparation and organization for pantry and delicatessen sta- and design emphasized.
tions. Emphasis on speed and quantity production, plate presentation and seasonal 4136.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 1:40 pm CAB 8 Sparks
production. Hands-on training in all pantry techniques for restaurants.
4123.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 1:40 pm CAB 8 Wasson FSD 150 SAUCE 2
Sauce preparations and soup production. Includes introduction to compound
FSD 131 RESTAURANT BAKING 1 sauces, use of flavor enhances, national and specialty soups and the use of wine
An introductory course in puff dough, pate a choux, pastry creams, commercial and liquors in sauce production.
puddings and their uses. Focus on plated desserts and basic dessert sauces 4122.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 1:40 pm CAB 17 Wasson
4113.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 1:40 pm PBA 105 Sparks
FSD 151 SAUTE 3
FSD 133 SAUCE 1 Continuation of sauté/line production including haute cuisine and an introduction
Basic sauce station production and organization. Introduction to basic stocks, to fusion cuisine. The emphasis is on plated presentation, contemporary garnish
and sauce production.
Professional & Technical educaTion
foundation sauces and variations, soup formulas, herbs and spices.
4114.01 5 cr Daily 1:00 pm - 1:50 pm RAH 205 Staff 4132.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 7:55 am CAB 123 Sparks
FSD 134 SAUTE 1 FSD 152 PREP LEAD
Introduction to sauté/line station production and organization. Includes primary A hands-on supervisory course covering coordination of production and scheduling in
sauté skills for meat, poultry, seafood and pasta preparation, pan sauce preparation a quantity food preparation environment. Demonstrates requisition and purchasing
use of wine and liquors. Emphasis on plate garnish and presentation.
skills, portion control and production skill s. Training techniques are introduced.
4115.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 1:40 pm CAB 8 Wasson Emphasis is on volume food preparation for cafeteria service.
4143.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 1:40 pm CAB 8 Wasson
FSD 135 RESTAURANT BAKING 2
An introductory course in bread baking. Subject area: baking ingredients, mixing FSD 153 STUDENT LUNCH LEAD
methods, rolled-in dough, shaping of breads, breakfast items, dinner rolls, cof- A continuing hands-on supervisory course with emphasis on pantry and delicates-
feecakes and preparation of assorted fillings and glazes sen production.
4146.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 1:40 pm PBA 104 Sparks 4144.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 1:40 pm CAB 8 Wasson
FSD 136 MEAT CUTTING 1 FSD 154 PANTRY LEAD
Introduction to basic restaurant trade meat cutting with focus on beef, veal, lamb A continuing hands-on supervisory course with emphasis on pantry and delicates-
and pork. Includes poultry and seafood. Introduction to yield testing and empha- sen production.
sis on receiving, storage and processing. Industry standards for sanitation and 4145.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 1:40 pm CAB 8 Sparks
safety are implemented.
4124.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 1:40 pm CAB 16 Sparks FSD 155 SHORT ORDER LEAD
A practical supervisory course. Coordination of student workers in a quantity
FSD 137 MEAT CUTTING 2 food preparation environment with specific emphasis on short order/grill cook-
Continuation of Meat Cutting 1 with emphasis on portion cutting and specialty ing. Scheduling, requisitioning of product, purchasing skills, portion control and
meat products. Implementation of a meat yields test, cost analysis and meat production skills are demonstrated. Supervision of subordinate personnel and
specification for bid and menu item development. training techniques are covered.
4135.01 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 1:40 pm CAB 16 Sparks 4148.02 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 1:40 pm CAB 123 Enzinger
www.southseattle.edu Credit 59
FSD 156 SAUTE LEAD FSD 175 FRENCH PASTRY 1
A practical supervisory course. Coordination of student workers in a quantity food This course is designed to give the students a practical exposure to the fundamentals
preparation environment with specific emphasis on a la minute restaurant cook- of assorted enrobed, non-yeasted dough and cooked dough (pate a choux).
ing. Scheduling, requisitioning of product, purchasing skills, portion control and 4158.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 1:40 pm PBA 106 Berger
production skills are demonstrated. Supervision of subordinate personnel and
training techniques are covered. FSD 176 DESSERT 1
4149.02 5 cr Daily 8:00 am - 1:40 pm CAB 123 Wasson This course is designed to give the student the ability to design and produce basic
individual plated desserts. Skills in planning, organization, and portion control and
plate presentation are developed.
PaSTrY & SPECIaLTY BaKINg 4159.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 1:40 pm PBA 106 Berger
(206) 764-5344 FSD 177 FRENCH PASTRY 2
Students choosing this track learn from basic to advanced Advanced course in basic French pastries. Emphasizes application of different
skills in pastry and specialty baking and decorating. This batters and fillings. Develop skills in assembling, producing and decorating classic
French pastries. Prereq: FSD 160 or permission. An advanced course in basic
includes cakes and Danish, French and Swiss pastries,
French pastry. Preparation of assorted fillings using fresh or frozen fruits, pastry
fancy desserts, confections, tortes, fillings, specialty
creams, puddings and savory fillings is taught.
breads, decorating, and sugar and chocolate work. 4160.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 1:40 pm PBA 106 Berger
FSD 160 PASTRY ORIENTATION
FSD 178 DECORATING 1
This course will familiarize the entry level students with ingredients, ingredient
Techniques of basic cake filling, assembling, masking, icing and decorating are
function, mixing methods, terminology, the use of hand tools and shop procedures;
featured. Accurate scaling, tool handling and piping skills will be addressed. As-
emphasizing sanitation and safety practices.
sorted cheese cake fillings, fruit curds and tarts will be introduced.
4150.01 2 cr Daily 7:00 am - 7:55 am PBA 101 Harris
4161.01 1- 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 1:40 pm PBA 106 Berger
FSD 166 BREAD 1
FSD 179 DESSERT 2
An introduction to bread ingredients, scaling, basic mixing methods, preparation of
This is the second practical dessert course. Designing desserts from basic
enrobed dough, shaping of rolls, breads, breakfast pastries, muffins, and assorted
products as well as classical dessert variations will be taught . Skills in producing
decorative breads and braids.
complex desserts featured in industry will be emphasized. Portion control and
4151.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 1:40 pm PBA 104 Harris
practicality will be addressed.
FSD 167 COOKIES 1 4162.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 1:40 pm PBA 106 Berger
An introduction to ingredients and their function for the preparation of assorted
FSD 180 CAKES 2
basic cookie dough and shapes using correct scaling, shaping, baking and as-
Advanced mixing methods and assembly techniques will be introduced. Junior
sorted finishing methods; including preparation of assorted mediums to decorate,
team members will be assisted in gaining an understanding of ingredients, their
dip or glaze cookies.
function and uses in preparation of cake type products. Leadership, organiza-
4152.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 1:40 pm PBA 104 Harris
tion, scheduling, and evaluation skills will be developed as the advanced student
FSD 168 CAKES 1 manages the team for two weeks.
An introduction to six mixing methods, their ingredients and function in cake bak- 4163.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 1:40 pm PBA 104 Harris
ing. Correct scaling, portioning, baking, and finishing of cake type with products
FSD 183 CHOCOLATE 1
with preparation of assorted breakfast items and exposure to filing, pouring and
This course will provide basic knowledge and application of types of couvertures used
garnishing basic cakes is taught.
in making assorted chocolates. Various methods of tempering, chocolate decoration,
4153.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 1:40 pm PBA 104 Harris
and making fudge, assorted ganache and candy centers will be taught.
FSD 169 PIES 4164.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 1:40 pm PBA 105 Berger
The proper scaling and selection of ingredients; preparation of hand and machine-
Professional & Technical educaTion
FSD 184 DECORATING 2
made pie dough, assembly of singe and double crusted pies; preparation of assorted
This course is designed to give the student a review of basic cake mixing, filling,
fillings using fresh and frozen fruits. Custards, pastry cream, basic dessert items
assembling, masking, icing and decorating. More elaborate cakes using color design
and their presentation are covered in this course. Also included are baking and
composition along with reinforcement of pastry bag techniques will be included.
finishing of a variety of pies, custards, tarts, and flans with preparation of garnishes
4165.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 1:40 pm PBA 106 Berger
using whipping cream, chocolate and caramel.
4154.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 1:40 pm PBA 104 Harris FSD 185 PETIT FOURS
The student will develop skill in composing, assembling, cutting, shaping, pour-
FSD 170 COOKIES 2
ing and icing classical and contemporary petit fours. Piping and decorating skills
This course offers advanced mixing methods in preparing cookies. Shaping, piping
will be refined.
and assembly with quantity, quality and efficiency will be stressed. Exposure to
4166.01 1- 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 1:40 pm PBA 106 Berger
leadership, organization, scheduling and evaluation skills is included. The student
will manage the team for two weeks. FSD 186 BREAD 4
4155.01 1- 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 1:40 pm PBA 104 Harris The Lead student manages a team of 4-8 junior students through two weeks of
planning and organizing production with necessary skill improvement while maintain-
FSD 171 BREAD 2
ing quality, quantity control, timely delivery of items with controlling inventory and
Skills from Bread 1 are reinforced while learning advanced mixing methods,
production needs. Preparation of platters for breakfast, lunch or dinner functions
assorted shapes of Danish and croissant items, seasonal breads, rolls, com-
and evaluating the progress of each junior student and self are also included.
prehension of ingredient functions, proofing and baking in deck-, rotary-, and
4167.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 1:40 pm PBA 104 Harris
4156.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 1:40 pm PBA 104 Harris FSD 188 CHOCOLATE 2
Tempering methods, making chocolate molds, enrobing truffles and making candy
FSD 172 BREAD 3
centers will be reinforced. Skills will be developed in hand and fork dipping,
The Lead student manages a team of 4-8 junior students, introducing sour dough
identifying assorted mediums for producing chocolates and assembling chocolate
and new trends in bread varieties awhile preparing basic and advanced bread
boxes will be introduced.
items. Preparation of organizational papers and calculation of recipes for cost
4168.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 1:40 pm PBA 105 Berger
and quantity are aspects of this course. A special project of the student’s choice
is also included.
4157.01 1- 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 1:40 pm PBA 104 Harris
60 Credit Fall 2007
FSD 189 DECORATING 3 HOS 299 INDIVIDUAL PROJECTS/HOSPITALITY, CULINARY ARTS
Advanced classical cake batter, specialty fillings and assorted mediums used To help prepare the student to understand and the theoretical and applied aspects of
for creating cakes will be presented. Techniques for filling and icing square and team hot food competition as outlined by the American Culinary Federation (ACF).
special-order cakes will also be introduced. The student will be required to participate in weekly team practices and scheduled
4169.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 1:40 pm PBA 106 Berger competitions. The student will work in close supervision with the instructor (coach)
through the development of hand skill, menu development and hot food cooking
FSD 190 FRENCH PASTRY 3 as specified by the ACF competition guidelines. The student will be handling and
This is the final course on French pastry. Assembly and mixing methods taught preparing food items that will be eaten
in previous stations will be reinforced and new technique introduced. Attention to 4205.01 1- 4 cr T 2:00 pm - 7:00 pm FSA 101 Sparks
accurate measurement is emphasized for customer satisfaction and price structure. 4202.02 1- 3 cr W 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm PBA 101 Harris
The student will review knowledge of sponge, ganache, butter creams, fondant
pate a choux and puff dough.
4170.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 1:40 pm PBA 106 Berger
DIESEL & HEaVY EQUIPmENT TECHNoLogY
FSD 191 DECORATING 4
A broader variety of fillings such as classic European, mousses, Bavarian cream
and specialty fillings will be introduced. Skill in speed, icing and decoration will
be reinforced. Advanced specialty cake orders and customer relations will be
Diesel & Heavy Equipment Technology students learn skills
part of the course. necessary to gain employment in several fields. These
4171.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 1:40 pm PBA 106 Berger include truck and heavy equipment dealers, marine dealers,
construction and bus companies, as well as local municipal
FSD 192 SHOW PIECES repair shops. The program includes instruction in engines,
This course is designed to give the student an opportunity to use assorted media drive train, running gear, electrical, HVAC, hydraulics,
in the creation of basic show pieces along with the opportunity to develop artistic preventive maintenance and welding.
skill and ability to create product eye-appeal.
4172.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 1:40 pm PBA 105 Berger HDM 101 INTRODUCTION TO HEAVY DUTY
Covers the basics of hand tools, power tools, safety, measuring instruments,
FSD 193 HEAD PASTRY 1 repair orders, lubrication, and some of the specialized tools used in the heavy
Introduction to inventory, ordering and receiving procedures. Assisting the duty industry.
instructor in maintaining safety and sanitation practices within organizational 2700.01 3 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm HDM 204 Clapper
guidelines. Maintaining par level of ingredients in the laboratory. Assisting junior
students in their tasks. Fine tuning of skills previously learned in preparation for HDM 102 ELECTRICAL-ELECTRONICS, BASIC
performance test. Covers safety procedures when working with electricity as well as fundamental
4173.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 1:40 pm PBA 104 Harris electrical theory. Types of circuits, ohms law, use of common test equipment and
reading wiring diagrams are also included in this course.
FSD 194 HEAD PASTRY 2 2705.01 6 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm HDM 204 Clapper
This course focuses on management and organization skills, production oversight
and quality control. It reinforces personal skills and understanding food costs. HDM 104 BATTERIES, GENERATORS AND ALTERNATORS
The advanced student will supervise and assist entry level students while refining Covers the theory and operation of batteries, generators and alternators. Diagnosis
and practicing skills in making b aspic, advanced and specialty cakes, including and repair of charging systems components and wiring is included. Use of common
wedding cakes. test equipment is also included in this unit.
4174.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 1:40 pm PBA 106 Berger 2710.01 6 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm HDM 204 Clapper
FSD 195 DECORATING 5 HDM 106 CRANKING AND LIGHTING SYSTEMS
Final course in decorating. Continued development of technical skills, speed, Course will cover the theory, operation and repair of starter motors commonly used
organization and leadership skills. Covers customer relations and production of in the industry. Included will be the control devices and wiring used with these
Professional & Technical educaTion
wedding cakes. Includes planning and practicing for the performance test. Prereq: motors. Troubleshooting and the use of common test equipment will be covered
FSD 191 or permission. in this course. Knowledge of truck and equipment lighting systems as well as the
4175.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 1:40 pm PBA 106 Berger hardware to control them will also be included in the course.
2715.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm HDM 204 Clapper
FSD 196 CHOCOLATE 3
Final course on chocolate. Emphasis on leadership and achieving a professional HDM 113 BASIC WELDING & CUTTING-DIESEL & EQUIPMENT TECH
level in the chocolate field. Develops and refines skills and speed. Prereq: FSD Introduction to SMAC (shielded metal arc welding), oxyacetylene, and carbon
188 or permission. arc cutting skills involved in the repair and maintenance of heavy duty trucks and
4176.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 1:40 pm PBA 105 Berger construction equipment. Students will perform a number of pertinent tasks and
projects contained in an industry-approved competency based learning module.
FSD 197 DESSERTS 3 Prior knowledge of hand and basic power tools is helpful.
Final dessert course. Emphasis on leadership. Planning of dessert menu for second 2720.01 6 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm TEC 106 Ruiz
week with participation of team members. Develops organization and supervision
of station. Prereq: FSD 179 or permission. HDM 128 BASIC GASOLINE ENGINES
4177.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 1:40 pm PBA 106 Berger Student will study the basic operation of gas engines, diagnosing their condition
by disassembling various types of current model engines. Instruction in safety,
SPECIaL ToPICS environmental awareness, human relations and leadership are taught as an
integral part of this unit.
Culinary Arts students may enhance their learning 2725.01 4 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm TEC 106 Ruiz
experience by choosing from these specialized courses.
HDM 197 INTERNSHIP - HEAVY DUTY DIESEL
HOS 203 COMMERCIAL FOOD NUTRITION Gain experience and practice with mechanical repair procedures and skills per-
Complete overview of the six nutrient categories - carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, formed regularly on the job site. Tasks, skills content, format and projects vary
vitamins, minerals and water. Practical information on how the body uses nutrients, depending on the job site. Prereq: Permission. Gain experience and practice
food sources and alternatives for each nutrient and methods of evaluation nutrition with mechanical repair procedures and skills performed regularly on the job site.
information. In evaluating dietary intake, each student will use the Food Guide Orientation to Internship required prior to registration. Permission only.
Pyramid. Assignments include practical evaluation of nutrition information. 2720.01 1- 6 cr ARR ARR RSB 79 Hubbard
4107.01 3 cr TTh 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm RAH 205 Blackwell
www.southseattle.edu Credit 61
LHO 140 INTRODUCTION TO ABORICULTURE
HoSPITaLITY maNagEmENT (BaCHELor oF Explore the current science and practice of managing trees in urban landscapes.
aPPLIED SCIENCE) - (206) 764-5394 This course will help you prepare for the ISA Certified Arborist Examination.
4732.01 3 cr T 9:00 am - 1:30 pm LHO 2 Bobbitt
Become a leader in the hospitality industry with South
LHO 150 HORTICULTURE SCIENCE I
Seattle Community College’s new Bachelor of Applied Discover the basic principles of plant anatomy, physiology, adaptations, control of
Science in Hospitality Management – your gateway to a growth and development, plant-soil-water relations and ecological considerations
dynamic career. The BAS in Hospitality will prepare you for in two quarters.
management, marketing, and human resources positions in 4736.01 2 cr W 12:00 pm - 2:30 pm LHO 3 Skamser
all facets of the hospitality industry, including tourism, hotel Note: Class meets from 09/24/07 to 11/21/07
operations, restaurant management, catering, cruise ship 4740.02 2 cr W 4:30 pm - 7:00 pm LHO 3 Skamser
operations, casino operations and travel. Note: Class meets from 09/24/07 to 11/21/07
HMG 301 INTRODUCTION TO HOSPITALITY LHO 197 INTERNSHIP
Survey course of the various segment of the industry, including a brief history and Provides practical work experience and employment by integrating academic studies
current issues, with an emphasis on service. with actual on-the-job training situations. Orientation to internship required prior
5200.01 3 cr TTh 12:00 pm – 1:20 pm OLY 204
to registration. Obtain job experience in the industry while earning college credit.
Must be coordinated betwen employer and the college, Permission.
HMG 310 HOSPITALITY COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
4797.PAH 1- 8 cr ARR ARR RSB79 Hubbard
Technology fundamentals and software application for business functions and
management practice. LHO 201 CAREER COACHING NEW!
5205.01 3 cr TTh 1:30 pm – 2:50 pm OLY 203 Successfully transition from school into a career. Work with an industry profes-
sional on portfolios, job-hunting strategies, and presentation/interviewing skills.
HMG 311 LODGING OPERATIONS
Prereq: LHO 100.
Breakdown of each hotel department by function and personnel, concept of yield
management and revenue management. 4742.01 1 cr T 6:15 pm - 8:00 pm LHO 2 Campbell
5210.01 3 cr TTh 3:00 pm – 4:20 pm OLY 204 LHO 238 MAINTENANCE ESTIMATING AND BIDDING
Estimating material cost and quantity for bidding individual jobs and writing annual
contracts. Includes a design of efficient residential and commercial landscapes.
LaNDSCaPE HorTICULTUrE - (206) 764-5336 Addresses specifications and maintenance practices. Provides an understanding
of business operations. Prereq: MAT 110, math skills or instructor permission.
Training in landscape design and construction, greenhouse 4748.01 3 cr W 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm LHO 2 Hilderbrand
and nursery operations, irrigation systems, plant problem
diagnostics, pruning, plant identification, soil science and LHO 250 SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT FOR HORTICULTURE
much more. Learn how to organize and operate a horticulture-related small business. Topics
include legal forms of business organization, sources of financing, licenses and
LHO 100 THE LANDSCAPE INDUSTRY permits, marketing, bookkeeping requirement, and legal consideration. Create
Survey of landscape industry. Learn about career opportunities, work requirements, a personal business plan.
trade organizations, certificate programs. and continuing education. Create a per- 4752.01 3 cr F 9:00 am - 12:00 pm LHO 2 Bobbitt
sonal career-development plan. Class runs September 24 – October 22.
4700.01 1 cr M 5:00 pm - 7:15 pm LHO 2 Bobbitt LHO 264 LANDSCAPE DESIGN IV
An on-going sequential residential design course covering elevation, sectional
LHO 108 WEED IDENTIFICATION AND MANAGEMENT and perspective drawing. Prerequisites: LHO 121, 125 & 262 or instructor per-
Recognize common lawn and landscape weeds by sight and learn to use weed mission.
identification tools (print and electronic). Become familiar with various weed man- 4754.01 4 cr W 9:00 am - 2:30 pm LHO 1 Burman
Professional & Technical educaTion
agement strategies and learn how to develop an integrated weed management
plan. This course will help you prepare for the weed section of the WSDA pesticide LHO 272 LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION PROJECT - FALL
license exam. WSDA re-certification credits pending. Hands on application of procedures and techniques of the landscape contractor
4704.01 2 cr M 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm LHO 2 Bobbitt trade. Exposure to the standards used for residential and commercial landscapes.
Covers equipment usage, care, and safety.
LHO 109 INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT 4760.01 4 cr Th 9:00 am - 3:00 pm LHO 1 Hilderbrand
Learn integrated pest management principles, pesticide laws, safety practices,
pest control strategies. Course will help you prepare for WSDA pesticide license LHO 299 SPECIAL TOPICS LHO
examinations. WSDA recertification credits pending. Explore additional topics in the field of landscape horticulture on an individual or
4708.01 3 cr Th 9:00 am - 12:00 pm LHO 3 Bobbitt group-study basis. Must be arranged with instructor.
4799.01 1- 6 cr ARR ARR TBA Skamser
LHO 111 GREENHOUSE OPERATIONS
An introduction to greenhouse operations--production, maintenance and environ-
mental control systems. Course includes basic plant propagation and field trips
to production greenhouses.
4712.01 3 cr F 9:00 am - 1:30 pm LHO 3 Skamser
LHO 115 FALL PLANT IDENTIFICATION
Learn to identify and properly use trees and shrubs adapted to NW landscapes.
Prerequisite or concurrently: LHO 150
4715.01 3 cr M 9:00 am - 1:30 pm LHO 3 Skamser
4720.01 3 cr T 9:00 am - 1:30 pm LHO 3 Skamser
LHO 121 LANDSCAPE DESIGN I
Provides introductory drafting skills and working knowledge in residential landscape
design. Topics include drafting techniques, lettering, line work, graphics, scale
work, developing a plot plan, orthographic and isometric drawings, and creating
a residential planting plan.
4723.01 4 cr F 9:00 am - 2:30 pm LHO 1 Rafanelli
4729.02 4 cr TTh 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm LHO 1 Burman
62 Credit Fall 2007
NUR 172 LPN II MEDICAL SURGICAL NURSING I (SUMMER START)
NUrSINg - (206) 768-6654 This second course of the LPN program builds on NUR 171. Analysis and integra-
tion of cross-cultural nursing concepts into the nursing process. Relating of the
South Seattle Community College offers two nursing related pathophysiological concepts of medical surgical nursing, causation of illness and
programs: a Certified Nursing Assistant program (CNA) response of the body to the current treatment and healing processes of many
and a Licensed Practical Nursing (LPN) program. The CNA common illnesses. The aging patient, pharmacological and nutritional concepts
program is a one-quarter program that prepares a student are integrated into the content; lab skills which correlate to the systems studied
to take the Washington Certified Nursing Assistant Exam. are practiced. Clinical rotations are done in the long term care facilities. Prereq:
The LPN program is a fully approved four-quarter certificate NUR 171, admission into the program.
program that prepares the student for the Washington 5001.01 12 cr TBA TBA RAH 109 Jo/Radi/Jasperson
State Board Examination for Practical Nurses. The Nursing
NUR 174 LPN IV PEDIATRIC & OBSTETRIC NURSING
program requires mandatory orientation sessions and
This project is funded in part by a grant awarded under the President’s Community-
department admission approval. For updates on the LPN to
Based Job Training Grants, as implemented by the U.S. Department of Labor’s
RN Ladder Program, please contact the Nursing Department Employment and Training Administration.This fourth quarter of the LPN program
at firstname.lastname@example.org. covers Maternity and Pediatric Nursing. This course provides the student with
knowledge, skills and attitudes to provide nursing care in maternal, newborn, pedi-
HEaLTHCarE PaTHWaY Program atric, and infant care settings. Psychiatric nursing concepts and principles are also
The Healthcare Pathway Program is designed to help covered. The clinical experiences will focus on labor, delivery, and pediatric care in
non-native English speakers and other students who need inpatient and clinical facilities. Prereq: NUR 173 and admission to the program.
support to make the transition to college level programs 5007.01 12 cr TBA TBA RAH 109 Lee/Jasperson
and to succeed in Health Science careers. The program
groups students to take the prerequisite courses which will
each have a healthcare focus. Students who complete the SUPErVISIoN & maNagEmENT
Heath Care Pathway Program with a 3.0 GPA in each of the (206) 764-5394
courses will be conditionally admitted to the LPN program.
NUR 098 INTRO TO APPLYING ACADEMIC STUDY STRATEGIES
The college offers a dynamic management program
This course introduces the student to the learning strategies, thinking and metacogni- designed for supervisors, middle management, and
tive skills necessary to success in the Healthcare Pathway and Nursing. Students individuals seeking to sharpen their management skills for
are mentored while they apply what they learn to their class performance. Prereq: promotion or for those seeking a certificate or Associate of
admission into the Healthcare Pathways program. Applied Science degree.
1375.01 1-2 cr MWF 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm RSB 16 Baldwin
SMG 103 SUPERVISING A DIVERSE WORKFORCE
NUR 170 CNA - BASIC HEALTH CARE Insights and practical understanding for supervisors regarding responsibilities when
Covers basic health care concepts needed to provide nursing care to adults, includ- working with diverse populations including handling difficult people, supervising
ing maintaining and monitoring patient’s health status while covering the nurse’s workers with disabilities, handling and responding to sexual harassment issues,
role in aspects of aging and disability. The course provides clinical experience working with diverse groups (culturally, ethnically, religions, sexual preferences)
in a variety of long term care settings. Prereq: CASAS score of 221 or above in and understanding individual and corporate obligations under governing laws.
reading and math. Prereq or concurent: AHE 170 and IFS 102. 2052.01 3 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm OLY 205 Stowers
5000.01 12 cr TWTH 9:00 am - 3:30 pm Lecture Lab/ESL Note: Class meets from 10/02/07 to 11/01/07
RAH 116 Kelly/Crain Clinicals on Fridays
SMG 120 HIRING PERSONNEL
AHE 170 HIV/BLOOD BORNE PATHOGENS Practical understanding of the supervisor’s role in human resource management
This course will teach the student the principles of disease transmission in compli- including analyzing job requirements, writing job descriptions, determining job
Professional & Technical educaTion
ance with the OSHA Standard of 2001, and the Washington State AIDS Omnibus classifications, recruiting, interviewing, selection, employment orientation and
Law for Health Care Providers Requiring Seven Hours of HIV/AIDS Education. The employment law. Prereq: SMG 100
student will learn how infection occurs and is spread, what the exposure control 2056.01 3 cr MW 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm OLY 205 Stowers
plan is and how to use personal protective equipment. Employer and employee
responsibilities will be discussed and guidelines for environmental infection control SMG 213 FUNDRAISING AND GRANT WRITING
for the health care facilities will be examined. Exposure incidents and needle For nonprofits, fundraising and grant writing is fundamental to their survival. This
stick safety and prevention will be addressed. Priority given for currently enrolled course will explore fundraising and grant writing including, but not limited to, the
CNA students. following: identifying fundraising needs and goals; designing a viable fundraising
5006.01 1 cr FSa 9:00 am - 3:30 pm RAH 116 Crain program (campaign); creative fundraising activities; grant writing; understanding
Class runs 9/28/07 - 9/29/07 grant requirements and their relationship to the nonprofit.
2068.01 2 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm OLY 205 Stowers
IFS 102 INDUSTRIAL FIRST AID & SAFETY —BASIC Note: Class meets from 11/06/07 to 12/11/07
A lecture and hands on qualification course on the fundamental needed to perform
first responder care in emergency situations. Critical life saving techniques (CPR, SMG 220 PERSONNEL PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT
use of an AE,) will be practiced. Knowledge and proficiency must be demonstrated by A practical class dealing with employee performance appraisals and evaluations.
the student for certification. Priority given for currently enrolled CNA students. Topics of discussion include: assessing job descriptions, establishing appraisal
5004.01 1 cr F 8:00 am – 6:00 pm RAH 116 Kelly/Crain criteria and performance goals, coaching and counseling employees, establishing
performance reward programs, handling disciplinary needs, nurturing employee
Class runs 10/5/07
motivation, assessing training needs, designing and implementing a training pro-
5005.02 1 cr Sa 8:00 am – 6:00 pm RAH 116 Kelly/Crain
gram, evaluating training programs, and understanding employment law.
Class runs 10/6/07 2072.01 3 cr MW 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm OLY 205 Stowers
SMG 222 MANAGEMENT AND LABOR RELATIONS
Discussions focusing on the Supervisor’s role and responsibilities related to labor
relations including the development of labor processes, labor law, working with
unions, negotiating labor contracts, reaching agreement, grievance processes
and participatory management.
2073.01 3 cr TTh 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm OLY 205 Stowers
Note: Class meets from 10/01/07 to 10/31/07
www.southseattle.edu Credit 63
WFT 109 DEVELOPMENT OF WELDING PROCEDURE
WELDINg FaBrICaTIoN TECHNoLogY Opportunity for the more experienced student to explore and experiment with
(206) 764-5394 reasonable possibilities in joint design, process selection, filler products, weld
position, and the essential variables of a welding procedure. Serves as a “recipe
Training in the Welding Fabrication Technology program development” course for making good welds. Prereq: Cutting, forming and arc
includes all facets of welding and fabrication operations welding skills, ability to read blueprints or permission.
including blueprint reading, planning operation sequence, 5724.01 2 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm WWB 101 Squirrell
applying knowledge of geometry, heat effects and metal 5807.02 2 cr MW 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
properties, layout, positioning, fitting, welding and material 5838.03 2 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
handling. Computer training is included so that graduates WFT 110 MOTOR VEHICLE WELDING FABRICATION FOR AUTOMOTIVE
can program and operate state-of-the-art computer- Introduction to welding fabrication skills involved in maintenance and repair of
controlled machinery. Special projects are also offered for highway and other motor vehicles. Prior knowledge of hand and basic power tools
the journey-level weld fabricator desiring to update skills is helpful. Students will perform a number of pertinent exercises including fabrica-
and certification. Some of the positions graduates are tion of projects. The pace of the course is is tailored to the skills of each student.
prepared for include weld fabricators, shop supervisors, Demonstrably capable students are encouraged to take on more advanced projects.
estimators and shop owners in boat building, automotive, Prereq: Enrollment in the Motor Vehicle Maintenance program or permission.
machine fabrication, commercial fishing gear, piping 5728.01 3 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm WWB 101 Squirrell
systems, building construction and maintenance. 5860.02 3 cr MW 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
5861.3 3 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
WFT 100 WELDING PROCESSES AND APPLICATIONS
Exploration of the applications and criteria for selecting the most widely used WFT 119 USE OF PRESS BRAKE IN WELDING FABRICATION
welding and weld-related metal joining processes, namely, gas metal arc welding, A study of the operating principles of press brake forming along with practical fabri-
flux-cored arc welding, gas tungsten arc welds, submerged metal arc, oxyacetylene, cation experiences using a press brake. Explores the advantages, disadvantages,
brazing, soldering and cutting, plasma arc cutting and resistance welding. Covers and limitations of the press brake through construction of sample projects. This
types of welds and weld joints. course involves industry visitation(s) to observe CNC production press brakes.
5700.01 2 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm WWB 101 Squirrell Prereq: Basic math skills, ability to read blueprints, (prior fabrication experience
5801.02 2 cr MW 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff is helpful)and, ability to lift 50lbs.,or permission.
5831.03 2 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff 5736.01 2 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm WWB 101 Squirrell
5809.02 2 cr MW 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
WFT 101 USE OF POWER TOOLS IN WELDING FABRICATION
5839.03 2 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
Project-oriented set of practical exercises that convey knowledge of and practical
use of both air and electric powered metal fabrication tools used for assembly, WFT 120 SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING
drilling, die cutting, polishing, deburring, grinding, chipping, sanding, sawing, Incorporates a project-oriented set of practical exercises that convey knowledge
shearing, punching, forming and threading. Prereq: Permission of equipment along with theory of operation and applications of the venerable and
5704.01 1 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm WWB 101 Squirrell still-useful Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) process AKA “Stick Welding”. Mild
5802.02 1 cr MW 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff steel and stainless steel are commonly welded with this process in a variety of
5832.03 1 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff industrial applications particularly for maintenance and repair. While somewhat
rare, SMAW can be used to join cast iron, bronzes and aluminum. Prereq: Some
WFT 105 USE OF BLUEPRINTS IN WELDING FABRICATION experience with OAW (“gas welding”) or permission.
Introduction to blueprint reading for both mechanical and structural welded fabrica- 5740.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm WWB 101 Squirrell
tions. Investigation into: use of lines, views and projections, extraction of dimensions 5804.02 5 cr MW 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
and material list (“take-offs”),and interpretation of fabrication details and operation
5830.03 5 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
sequences. Covers use of welding symbols. Prereq: Permission
5708.01 2 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm WWB 101 Squirrell
Professional & Technical educaTion
WFT 121 BASIC OXYACETYLENE CUTTING AND JOINING
5803.02 2 cr MW 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff Focuses on practical exercise in the safe and efficient use of the oxyacetylene
5833.03 2 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff flame for both cutting and joining applications. Covers flame cutting with hand and
machine assists, welding, brazing, braze welding, hardfacing and soldering.
WFT 106 BASIC LAYOUT SKILLS 5744.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm WWB 101 Squirrell
Incorporates both lecture and laboratory exercises, which involve the practical 5808.02 5 cr MW 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
transfer of blueprint information onto metal using a variety of techniques. Covers
5825.03 5 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
applications of geometric shape constructions and divisions in the shop environ-
ment. Presentation of shortcuts to achieve both dimensional accuracy and quality WFT 122 AIR CARBON ARC CUTTING (CAC-A)
assurance. Prereq: Basic math skills and ability to read blue print or permission. Focuses on laboratory exercises in the popular, safe and incredibly efficient use
5712.01 2 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm WWB 101 Squirrell of carbon Arc Cutting with Compressed Air (CAC-A)-AKA “arcair,” “gouging,” or
5805.02 2 cr MW 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff “scarfing”-for weld joint preparation and for efficient disassembly of existing fabricated
5835.03 2 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff structures. Prereq: Some experience with hand tools or permission.
5748.01 1 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm WWB 101 Squirrell
WFT 107 ADVANCED LAYOUT 5810.02 1 cr MW 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
Classroom study and lab exercises using parallel, round and radial development
5841.03 1 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
methods as well as triangulation. Includes scaling up and down from models and
construction of production locating and forming jigs. “Field trip” to on-campus or WFT 123 USE OF WELDING SYMBOLS
local industry CAD station advisable. Prereq: WFT 106,basic math skills, ability A progressive presentation of the scheme of welding symbols and their use in
to read blueprint or permission. modern welding fabrication. The major class activity involves interpretation of
5716.01 2 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm WWB 101 Squirrell welding symbols as found on blueprints. Prereq: WFT 105, ability to read blue-
5806.02 2 cr MW 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff prints, or permission.
5837.03 2 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff 5750.01 2 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm WWB 101 Squirrell
5811.02 2 cr MW 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
WFT 108 FABRICATION ESTIMATING AND LAYOUT
5843.03 2 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
Explores the practical use of basic math skills for estimating and layout in fabrica-
tion of welded products. Includes use of a calculator as well as data books, tables
and model construction. Prereq: Basic math skills or permission.
5720.01 3 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm WWB 101 Squirrell
5800.02 3 cr MW 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
5828.03 3 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
64 Credit Fall 2007
WFT 124 GAS METAL AND FLUX CORE ARC WELDING WFT 131 MATERIAL HANDLING
A project-oriented set of practical exercises that convey knowledge of equipment Examines the safe and efficient methods for handling, transporting and tracking
along with theory of operation and applications of the popular Gas Metal & Flux materials, supplies and structures as found in a welding fabrication shop. Includes
Core Arc Welding (GMAW & FCAW) processes (A.K.A. “Mig” and “Dualshield,” practice of the uses of rigging devices, leverage, and cranes. Covers methods of
“Innershield,” etc. respectively). Mildsteel, aluminum and stainless steel are com- protective transport. Prereq: WFT 100, WFT 101 or permission.
monly welded with these processes in a variety of industrial applications. Prereq: 5766.01 3 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm WWB 101 Squirrell
Some experience with OAW (“gas welding”) desirable or permission. 5818.02 3 cr MW 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
5752.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm WWB 101 Squirrell 5849.03 3 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
5812.02 5 cr MW 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
5836.03 5 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff WFT 132 MAINTENANCE & REPAIR WELDING TECHNIQUES
Nearly one-half the welding done today can be categorized as maintenance
WFT 125 FLAME-SHAPING AS A FORMING METHOD and/or repair. Explores a set of experiences with welding fabrication techniques
Classroom study and lab exercises using the effects of heat upon welded fabrica- used to maintain and repair structures that are worn, damaged or have missing
tions. Heat effects are treated both as a problem for correction and as a tool used parts. Presents identification and recognition of individual metal properties using
to form material. Covers various methods to avoid and control distortion, which are a variety of materials. Recommended as a background for WFT 133 “Salvage
applied in the construction of projects. Prereq: WFT 121 or permission. & Reconstruction of Weldments.” Prereq: Knowledge of hand and power tools;
5754.01 3 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm WWB 101 Squirrell experience with blueprint reading, OAC, OAW, TB,SMAW and CAC-A; ability to
5813.02 3 cr MW 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff lift 50 lbs., or permission.
5845.03 3 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff 5768.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm WWB 101 Squirrell
5819.02 5 cr MW 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
WFT 126 PUNCHING AND SHEARING 5850.03 5 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
Incorporates lab exercises in the setup and use of power shear and punch to
make weldment parts in a fabrication setting. Also explores alternative methods WFT 133 SALVAGE AND RECONSTRUCTION OF WELDMENTS
of cutting. Industry visitations are necessary to become acquainted with numeric Recommended sequel to WFT 132 (Maintenance and Repair). Covers methods and
control and production cutting devices and systems. Prereq: WFT 101, WFT 105 techniques for the safe and efficient disassembly of welded fabrications and other
and WFT 106 or permission. mechanical structures. Determining the causes for material failure is emphasized
5756.01 3 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm WWB 101 Squirrell as an essential part of repair. Prereq: WFT 132, knowledge of hand and power
5814.02 3 cr MW 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff tools, blueprint reading experience, OAC, OAW, TB, SMAW, GMAW, FCAW and
5846.03 3 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff CAC-A, ability to lift 50lbs., or permission.
5770.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm WWB 101 Squirrell
WFT 127 GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING 5821.02 5 cr MW 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
A project-oriented set of practical exercises that convey knowledge of equipment 5851.03 5 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
along with theory of operation and applications of the Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
(GTAW) (aka “TIG” and “Heliarc”). The high quality welds produced by this process WFT 134 USE OF HEAT TREAT WELDING
are commonplace in pressure piping systems, aerospace products, and when Recommended sequel to WFT 132 (Maintenance and Repair Welding Techniques).
using heat sensitive metals. The GTAW process provides both high quality and Examines the uses of heat in fabrication for other than parts joining. Presents com-
excellent appearance. Prereq: Experience with OAW (“gas welding”)and at least mon heat treat operations and their applications. Such operations can enhance
one arc welding process or permission. the usefulness and reliability of weld fabrications. Industry visitation(s) are a part
5758.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm WWB 101 Squirrell of this course. Prereq: WFT 132, knowledge of hand and power tools, OAC, OAW,
5816.02 5 cr MW 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff SMAW, GMAW, FCAW, and CAC-A. ability to lift 50lbs., or permission.
5840.03 5 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff 5772.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm WWB 101 Squirrell
5822.02 5 cr MW 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
WFT 128 FABRICATION OF ALUMINUM WELDMENTS 5858.03 5 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
Project-oriented set of learning activities culminating in lab exercises involving the
Professional & Technical educaTion
fabrication of aluminum weldments, either new fabrications or maintenance opera- WFT 137 CONSTRUCTION OF WELDING LOCATION JIGS & FIXTURES
tions. Prereq: Experience with at least one arc welding process to include GMAW Incorporates practical exercises in the use of welding fabrication locating jigs and
or GTAW or permission. Recommended: experience with steel fabrications. fixturing devices for welding, as well as for drilling, punching, forming, and to gauge
5760.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm WWB 101 Squirrell dimensions for quality control. Covers jigs made from both standard fixtures and
5820.02 5 cr MW 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff custom-built parts. Prereq: Experience with arc welding processes, ability to lift
5842.03 5 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff 50lbs., or permission.
5780.01 4 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm WWB 101 Squirrell
5798.04 5 cr Daily 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm WWB 101 Koch
5826.02 4 cr MW 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
WFT 129 WELDING INSPECTION AND EVALUATION 5855.03 4 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
Covers the basics of welding inspection methods and criteria for determining
compliance with defined standards. Presents systematic evaluation methods in WFT 138 ADVANCED FABRICATION OF WELDMENTS
the light of design purpose with the aim of distinguishing quality from acceptabil- Experiences with a comprehensive group of activities involving all major fabrication
ity. Includes a review of the applications of the more popular welding processes. areas including design and development, estimating, layout, cutting, forming, fit
Prereq: Experience with at least one arc welding process to include GMAW or up, tack welding, and product assesment. Fabrication of an approved project of
GTAW. ability to lift 50 lbs., or permission. the student’s own design is encouraged. Prereq: All the 100 level WFT courses
5762.01 5 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm WWB 101 Squirrell or permission.
5815.02 5 cr MW 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff 5782.01 2 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm WWB 101 Squirrell
5847.03 5 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff 5827.02 2 cr MW 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
5856.03 2 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
WFT 130 WELDING CERTIFICATIONS
Exploration into the nature and purpose of welding performance certifications. An WFT 139 EMPLOYEE RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES
overview of popular certifications and tests. Examines standards for performance that Exploration of the welding fabrication workplace from the vantage of the employee’s
ensure consistent product quality. Includes practical exercises in developing proper rights and accompanying obligations. Presents strategies for the establishment
performance techniques. Prerequisites: Fourth quarter standing or permission. and maintenance of a time and effort commitment. Emphasizes record keeping
5764.01 3 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm WWB 101 Squirrell and proper marketing of fabrication skills with a frequently updated impact resume.
5817.02 3 cr MW 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff Written reports are an important part of this course. Prereq: WFT 100, WFT 101,
WFT 109, WFT 129, WFT 130, WFT 131 or permission.
5848.03 3 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
5784.01 3 cr Daily 7:00 am - 12:00 pm WWB 101 Squirrell
5829.02 3 cr MW 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
5857.03 3 cr TTh 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm WWB 101 Staff
www.southseattle.edu Credit 65
aLUmINUm BoaT BUILDINg WIN 103 ELEMENTS OF WINE PRODUCTION
Introduction to elementary production of wines, including considerations that
Learn about aluminum welding and put your new skills take place during harvesting of grapes, transportation, stemming and crush. May
to work building a 20-foot aluminum boat. The aluminum include field trip if season permits. Designed for the beginning student. Materials
welding and boatbuilding industries offer well-paying career Fee: $45.00
opportunities. This program is also open to the hobbyist 4263.01 3 cr M 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm WWB 113 Bos
wanting to explore their creativity. Students will take field
trips to local manufacturing sites. For more information, call WIN 107 WINERY PRODUCTION I
instructors Dave Koch at (206) 372-1470 or John Todd at Students will apply theories and principles being concurrently studied and discussed
(206) 764-5352. in Elements of Wine Production 1. This laboratory will involve hands-on practicum.
Materials Fee: $45.00
WFT 160 ALUMINUM BOAT BUILDING 4265.01 1 cr W 6:00 pm - 7:50 pm WWB 113 Bos
A project-oriented set of learning activities culminating in lab exercises involving
participation in the fabrication of an aluminum boat or other approved projects. WIN 121 INTRODUCTION TO VITICULTURE
Includes both new construction of aluminum projects as well as maintenance and Introduction to the theory of grape growing, including botany and anatomy; history
repair operations. Prior experience with steel fabrication or wood construction and distribution; propagation ;varieties and wine type; climate; production practices;
is recommended. and common diseases and pests. Materials fee: $45.00
5799.04 12 cr Daily 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm WWB 101 Koch 4258.01 3 cr Th 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm TBA House, C.
WFT 197 INDUSTRY INTERNSHIP WIN 123 SENSORY EVALUATION
On-the job training with college coordination to assist in analyzing and categoriz- An Introduction to wine sensory evaluation methods; statistical analysis of trials,
ing particular experiences in light of the large field of welding fabrication. While philosophy of wine styles and the common evaluation of representative wines.
the particulars of internship vary greatly, there are common experiences that will Materials Fee: $45.00 Students must be 21 years of age.
develop confidence and technical and job-keeping skills. Report writing is a major 4251.01 3 cr Th 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm WWB 113 Daigneault
part of this course. Orientation to internship is required , as well as permission
before registration. WIN 132 WINE HISTORY AND APPRECIATION
5786.PAH 3 cr ARR ARR WWB 101 Hubbard A survey of wine and its role in history, religion, art, culture and society from pre-
history to modern day. Sensory evaluation of the representative wines. Materials Fee:
WFT 200 AVIATION MAINTENANCE WELDING $45.00 Students must be 21 years of age in order to participate in wine tasting.
Overview presentation via textbook study, classroom discussion, laboratory dem- 4207.01 3 cr W 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm WWB 110 Daigneault
onstration and discussion, and hands-on student exercises in welding operations
commonly used for aircraft maintenance and repair. Prereq: Enrollment in Aviation WIN 133 INTRODUCTION TO WINES OF THE WORLD
program or permission Introduction to the world’s wine-producing regions, history, viticulture practices
5795.01 1 cr ARR ARR WWB 101 Squirrell and winemaking styles. Sensory evaluation of representative wines. Materials
fee: $45.00. Students must be 21 years of age.
WFT 297 SPECIAL TOPICS IN WELDING FABRICATION
4252.01 3 cr T 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm WWB 113 Daigneault
A special topics course for an individual or group in the welding fabrication field.
Prereq: Permission. WIN 151 INTRODUCTION TO FOOD AND WINE PAIRING
5790.01 1-12 cr ARR ARR WWB 101 Squirrell Introduction to Food and Wine Pairing. The student will learn the elements of the
5824.02 1- 5 cr ARR ARR WWB 101 Staff character and key components of wines. The course will discuss the five primary
5844.03 1- 5 cr ARR ARR WWB 101 Staff taste sensations present in every food; salty, sweet, sour, bitter and savory and
how these affect the taste of wines. Material Fee: $45.00 Student must be at least
21 years of age to participate in wine tasting.
WINE TECHNoLogY 4210.01 2 cr M 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm FSA Kitchen Rede
Professional & Technical educaTion
NorTHWEST WINE aCaDEmY - (206) 764-7942 WIN 153 FOOD AND WINE PAIRING – VARIETALS I
This class will be a focused study of the techniques and philosophies involved in
The program provides introductory and pairing white wines with food. This course will discuss the various styles of fermen-
professional development classes relating tation, maturation and cultural methods of old and new world white wines and their
to the wine industry. Options include interaction with various cultural food preparations. Historical pairings as well as the
focus on wine making, wine marketing newest cuisines will be investigated and tasting during the course length.
and sales, or food and wine pairing. The Material Fee: $45.00 Student must be at least 21 years of age to participate in
program will prepare individuals, through wine tasting.
classroom instruction and laboratory 4210.01 3 cr Th 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm FSA Kitchen Rede
experience, for a career in the wine
industry or provide advanced skill training for those already WIN 197 WINE INDUSTRY INTERNSHIP
employed in the industry. This new and exciting program is This course will provide an instructional link between classroom experience and
growing quickly, please contact the coordinator at (206) 764-7942 actual on-the-job experience to help students bridge the gap between work and
for more information. These classes have no prerequisites but a learning; reinforce and document student learning experience on the job; and provide
suggested order is recommended for best results. opportunities for faculty and student interaction throughout the student’s learning
experience. Prereq: Must have completed and achieved a minimum of 2.5 GPA on
WIN 101 INTRODUCTION TO ENOLOGY the following: WIN 101, 102, 103, 104, 105 107, 108, 109, 122, 123, 133.
An introduction to the science of winemaking, history and geographical distribution; 4270.02 3 - 5 cr ARR ARR RSB 79 Hubbard
grape varieties and wine types; influence of climate and soil; wine fermentation,
handling, storage and bottling methods; wine disorders; winery sanitation; legal
compliance. Materials fee: $45.00
4250.01 3 cr T 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm WWB 110 Bos
WIN 102 ENOLOGY LABORATORY ANALYSIS
Introduction to vineyard and winery laboratory practices, including basic chemistry
principles, laboratory techniques and commonly used analysis methods for wines.
Materials fee: $45.00
4261.01 3 cr Th 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm WWB 113 Bos
66 Credit Fall 2007
duwamish a PPrenTiceshiP
We have more than 4,000
apprentices from over 20 different
trades who attend classes
weekdays, evenings and Saturdays
at the Duwamish Apprenticeship
& Education Center. Students
enhance their skills and knowledge
while satisfying the requirements
leading to journeyman status. They
earn while they learn.
(206) 764-5350 • dept.seattlecolleges.com/duwamish
We are currently working with the following joint apprenticeship committees to provide related
training and supporting courses for apprentices and journeymen. For more information contact the listings
below or go to the Labor and Industry Web site at http://www.lni.wa.gov/tradeslicensing/apprenticeship.
Boeing Apprenticeships (Must be current or former Boeing employee) • (253) 351-1918
Boilermakers • (206) 624-4707/(206 ) 391-2996 • email@example.com
Professional & Technical educaTion
Carpet, Tile & Resilient Floorcovering • (253) 709-4348
Cement Masons • (206) 762-9286 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Cosmetology • (206) 851-3257 • email@example.com
Glaziers & Glassworkers • (206) 762-7001 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Ironworkers • (206) 244-2993 • email@example.com
Meatcutters • (253) 640-6934 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Northwest Construction Linemen • (503) 253-8202 • email@example.com
N.W. Laborers • (360) 297-5948
Power Line Clearance & Tree Trimmers • (503) 253-8202 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Puget Sound Electrical • (425) 228-1777 • www.psejatc.org
Seattle City Light, Electrical Workers • (206) 386-1604
Sprinkler Fitters • (206) 764-0395 • email@example.com
Western WA Masonry Trades, Bricklayers, Cleaners/Pointers/Caulkers, Tilesetters • (206) 767-3986 • firstname.lastname@example.org
Western Washington Painting, Decorating & Drywall • (206) 762-8332 • email@example.com
www.southseattle.edu Credit 67
& e ducaTion c enTer
To be eligibile for Duwamish programs, you must
be 18 years of age, have a valid driver’s license
and go through a selection process which may
include, but not limited to, both written and CamPUS maP
physical testing, drug testing and an interview by
6770 East Marginal Way South, Seattle, WA 98108
a joint apprenticeship committee.
Building A Building CM
INDUSTrIaL FIrST aID - (206) 764-5350 Administration Offices Cement Office (Trailer)
Classrooms Adjoining Instruction Site
IFS 102 INDUSTRIAL FIRST AID & SAFETY Computer Lab, A120
The Duwamish Apprenticeship & Education Center, in partnership with Cascade Conference Room, A112
Healthcare Services and the American Heart Association, will conduct Heartsaver Building D
First Aid/AED with CPR certification and American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons
First Aid Classroom, A122 Drywall
(AAOS) Emergency Care and Safety Institute Bloodborne Pathogens. Flagging Classroom, A122 Floorcovering
Professional & Technical educaTion
These cards are recognized by Washington State's Department of Labor & Indus- Labs Glaziers
tries (WAC 296-800-150) and meet OSHA (1910.151) and ECC 2000 Guidelines. ANEW, A129 East
The American Heart Association Heartsaver First Aid/AED certification card and Painters
the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS) Emergency Care and Floorcovering, A127 East Apprentice Offices
Safety Institute Bloodborne Pathogens card are good for two years; Heartsaver Safety Lab, A127 West Classrooms/Labs
CPR certification is good for one year. Registration, A125
3315.01 1 cr 10/23 & 10/25 T 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm DUW-A 112 Humann
FLaggINg & TraFFIC CoNTroL Lab B122
CErTIFICaTIoN (206) 768-6877 Glaziers Lab, B127
Flaggers are responsible for the safe and effective movement of traffic through
construction or maintenance zones, safety of the work force performing these
Sprinkler Fitters Office/Lab B133
operations and minimum delay to the motorist. Mandatory training and certifica-
tion is required for employment. This six-hour course, based on the WA State Building C
Safety Standards for Construction Work and the Manual on Uniform Traffic Bricklayers Office
Control Devices, is taught by certified instructors. Testing will be conducted
during class. Certification is valid for 3 years in Washington/Oregon/Idaho/Mon- Classrooms, Lab
tana. Pre-payment of tuition is required (no cash/personal checks accepted at Tile Setters Office
Duwamish site) and includes course materials, examination and picture ID Classrooms, Lab
CSS 123 FLAGGING & TRAFFIC CONTROL CERTIFICATION $45 ANEW Office, C105
3331.01B 09/21 F 8:30 am – 3:00 pm DUW-A 112 Thomas
3332.02B 10/19 F 8:30 am – 3:00 pm DUW-A 112 Thomas
3333.03B 11/16 F 8:30 am – 3:00 pm DUW-A 112 Thomas
3341.01C 12/21 F 8:30 am – 3:00 pm DUW-A 112 Thomas
South Seattle Community College at NewHolly is a community resource for southeast
Seattle. This learning center offers an array of programs and courses for English speaking
and non-English speaking adults and youth seeking to improve their skills.
These morning classes are open enrollment based on Workforce Training programs prepare people with a
space available. Register in room 205 between 9:00 am and variety of job skills. Currently offering training for those
noon, Monday - Thursday.
who seek employment in the Corrections & Protective
Morning and evening adult ESL, computer and family
literacy classes. Placement test required. $25 fee per quarter.
METRO (206) 553-3000 (206) 684-1739
Driving from I-5 Southbound Driving from I-5 Northbound
Campus shuttle available to and from NewHolly. See southseattle.edu/campus/shuttle.htm for schedule.
NewHolly Learning Center is located at 7058 32nd Ave. South, Second Floor of NewHolly Learners Building.
Table of Contents
Home & Garden, 79
Computer Training, 73
Business & Career, 71
Career & Technical Teacher Education, 72
Certiﬁed Financial Planning, 73
Healthcare Professional Training, 79
Web-Based IT Training, 75
Music & Performance, 80
Travel & Trips, 82
Finance & Investing, 76
Senior Adult Education, 82
Wine & Spirits, 78
Fabulous Fall Wreath, 10/6, 70
Parents Time Out Pottery, 10/2-11/6, 71
Beginners Ballet, 9/27-10/25, 75
Make Your Own Biodiesel, 11/3, 76
Socially Responsible Investing, 10/20, 77
Festive Holiday Cocktails, 10/20, 11/30, 78
REGISTER TODAY! CHOOSE YOUR METHOD!
1. Visit www.LearnAtSouth.org. 2. Call (206) 764-5339. 3. Fill out and mail the registration form on page 83.
70 NoN-Credit SoUth - Fall 2007
art PaiNtiNg aNd draWiNg
dRawing FoR PLeasuRe
the aRt oF CoLLage A great basic class for all kinds of students needing a creative outlet. This 6-night
Explore the freewheeling world of collage. Collage is a great medium for beginning class is a brief and focused introduction. It offers the opportunity to learn new skills
artists. Do simple exercises arranging everyday paper materials in unpredictable as well as brush-up on the drawing experience you may already have. Some of
combinations. You will produce three unique, personal collages: a colorful landscape, the topics we will cover are: perspective, line, and value. Although there is some
a fun still life and a dynamic abstract arrangement. The possibilities are endless. No homework offered, this class is taught for those looking to draw for pleasure. Basic
experience necessary. Bring a sack lunch. Materials list provided. supplies and an additional list will be supplied at the first class. Materials fee paid
Item 1543 11:00 am - 4:30 pm TEC 106 Armstrong to instructor.
Sa 9/29 $39 Item 1597 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm Room Unassigned Wood
Item 1544 11:00 am - 4:30 pm Tec 106 Armstrong T (6 sessions) 10/2 - 11/6 $79+$15
Sa 11/3 $39
dRawing youR Pet
adVentuRes in aRt Capture the essence of your pet! A great class for those looking to give creative
Spend a Saturday having fun exploring the expressive, intuitive side of art. This expression of their enjoyment of animals. Students will create an original work of
relaxed, natural approach is designed to help you create personal, successful pic- art based on photos of their pet. The class will be making two dimensional works
tures on your first day. No art background is necessary - just a spirit of adventure! of art using different drawing materials and water-based paints. Previous drawing
Please bring a sack lunch. Materials list provided. or painting experience is recommended but not required. Everyone will go home
Item 1549 11:00 am - 4:30 pm TEC 106 Armstrong with a finished portrait of their pet. A supplies list will be provided.
Sa 10/13 $39 Item 1596 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm Room Unassigned Wood
Th (4 sessions) 10/4 - 10/25 $59
Beginning JeweLRy maKing
Learn the basic skill and fundamental processes of working with copper, brass Painting: aCRyLiCs-Beginning and Continuing
and silver on a jewelry scale. Via demonstration, hands on practice and individual Starting with the still-life, we will study composition, basic color theory and mix-
instruction, you will learn sawing, filing, stamping, hammering, riveting and solder- ing, as well as various sketching approaches. You will gain experience with mul-
ing. You will be given a variety of project ideas and can expect to complete at least tiple paint applications while layering glazes and scumbles, impasto, and water
three. Possible projects include a pendant, ring, bracelet, earrings and a brooch. techniques. Assignments are carefully designed to be simple to initiate and broad
No prior jewelry making experience necessary, continuing students are welcome. enough to elaborate; opening a path through the beautiful and colorful visual lan-
Students wishing to work in sterling silver, must purchase their own. Copper and guage of painting. Instruction will focus around each students needs/interests.
brass will be provided. Materials fee paid to instructor. Day one will be a still-life exercise, continuing students are welcome to bring a
Item 1553 2:30 pm - 5:30 pm Room Unassigned Reeves few objects to consider painting. Primarily a still-life class, the subject matter for
Sa (6 sessions) 10/6 - 11/10 $149+$15 the work can diversify in the latter classes. A supplies list will be provided.
Item 1595 1:30–4:30 pm AVI McLaughlin
FaBuLous FaLL wReath Sa (5 sessions) 11/3-12/8 (no class 11/24) $125
Join Metropolitan Market’s floral manager for a fun, fall morning to learn how to
turn dried flowers and other plant materials into a wonderful fall work of art for your wateRCoLoR BasiCs
home. You’ll take home a wreath that you can display for months. With the skills This concentrated, progressive course gives you the basic understanding of the
learned here, you’ll be able to create festive displays year-round. Materials fee skills needed to achieve watercolor painting ability. Come and find out how you
paid to instructor. can enjoy this fluid and vibrant form of painting. All supplies provided. Materials
Item 1554 9:30 am - 12:30 Room Unassinged Ramirez fee paid to instructor.
Sa 10/6 $19+$45 Item 1547 10:00 am – 12:30 pm AVI McLaughlin
Sa (5 sessions) 11/3-12/8 (no class 11/24) $99 + $12 materials
Fun with Fused gLass
Learn the basic techniques of glass fusing while designing and creating your own
pieces in a working glass studio. You’ll learn to design and fuse your ideas with KNittiNg aNd CroChetiNg
glass, molds, frit, noodles, stinger and all the other fun stuff. Material fees include:
glass, use of tools, kilns and equipment. Materials fee paid to the instructor. CRoCheting
Item 1526 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm Off Campus Miller There is no reason to feel shy about attending this crochet class! All are welcome.
W (5 sessions) 10/10 - 11/7 $125+$80 The instructor will pay special attention to teach all students how to read the class
project patterns and will demonstrate the basic stitches for completing at least three
maKe youR own mosaiC aRt projects in the classroom. You will be making a reversible hat, a scarf worked on
Learn to create beautiful mosaic projects for your home and garden in this basic the diagonal and a groovy granny poncho. Bring your friends and enjoy the fun!
mosaic workshop! While creating your own mosaic garden stepping stone, you will Materials included. Materials fee paid to the instructor.
learn all about the basic elements of mosaic: design and layout; materials and place- Item 1529 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm OLY 131 Staffeld
ment of materials; and grouting and finishing a mosaic piece. You’ll also become W (8 sessions) 10/3-11/21 $99+$7 materials
familiar with different mosaic materials, and learn how to use different mosaic tools.
Materials fee paid to instructor. Knitting in the aFteRnoon
Item 1550 10:00 am - 1:00 pm Room Unassigned Brewer Imagine what a simple ball of yarn can do, stitch by stitch; knit, purl, and circle
Sa (2 sessions) 10/13 - 10/20 $49+$15
around. Join the world of knitters, women & men, young, old, young mothers,
seniors & celebrities all discovering their passions for knitting. You will make two
intRoduCtion to sCuLPtuRe: exPeRimenting with mateRiaLs
scarves and a felted hat for the up coming fall and winter seasons. The instructor will
No matter if you are a beginner or have some experience in creating art, this class
demonstrate how to read the knitting basics, and guide you through these beautiful
is for you. We will play with a wide variety of materials such as plaster, clay, and
patterns. Special instructions for knowledge and caring for felted projects will also
various found objects to explore the basics: form, scale, proportion and texture. This
be introduced. Bring your friends and enjoy the fun! Materials included. Materials
class introduces the simple techniques and concepts to give a strong foundation
fee paid to the instructor.
for your artistic vision. Individual attention will be given to each student and all skill
Item 1530 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm OLY 131 Staffeld
levels are welcome. Materials fee paid to instructor.
T (8 sessions) 10/2-11/20 $99+$10 materials
Item 1519 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm RAH 111 Mills
T (4 sessions) 10/9 - 10/30 $75+$35
www.southseattle.edu NoN-Credit 71
Knitting BasiCs in the eVening PotterY
Knitting is as simple as pulling on loop through another. Although this action may
be awkward at first you can still learn to knit on a circular needle along with tech- PotteRy studio: BeginneR
niques for adding beads to your work to create an amazing scarf. Join the fun & Express your creativity through this captivating art form. Learn basic skills through
start making those requested holiday gifts for yourself, relatives and friends. Bring weekly demos including pinch pots, slab construction, press molds and the funda-
your friends and enjoy the fun! Get hooked! mentals of throwing. Explore different decoration techniques including inlayed clay,
Item 1531 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Room Unassigned Staffeld
slip work, sgraffito and wax resist. This course is open to all levels of experience
M (6 sessions) 10/1-11/5 $75+$10 materials
from beginners to seasoned artists.
Item 1520 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm RAH 111 Willis, M
Th (10 sessions) 9/27 - 12/6 (no class 11/22) $145+$35
intRo to PotteRy
PRoJeCt-oF-the-month seRies – taKe aLL thRee and saVe!
Explore clay and create your own art! You are invited to spend five evenings with us
Scrapbooking outside the box (including one that is a box!). Spend a few evenings
to learn more about pottery and enjoy an introduction to a variety of techniques. The
this summer learning to create some fun albums to keep or give as gifts. You will
only prerequisite is your own curiosity and willingness to try something new.
learn step-by-step how to create unique paper creations, and embellish them to Item 1521 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm RAH 111 Willis, M
fit your style. No previous scrapbooking or paper-crafting experience is neces- Th (5 sessions) 9/27 - 10/25 $90+$20
sary, and even the most seasoned crafters will enjoy creating and embellishing
these projects. satuRday PotteRy studio FoR aLL LeVeLs
Geared to the ability and interests of those enrolled in the class, the course will
Basic materials will be provided for each project, including patterned paper and rib- cover all the basic construction and decoration techniques needed to create your
bon. Instructor will also provide some tools to share, but feel free to bring your own projects in clay. Beginners will learn the fundamentals of hand-building and throwing,
paper trimmer, scissors, and papercrafting adhesive. If you are so inspired, you can while advanced students will be given individual critiques on personal projects and
bring your favorite embellishments (stamps, inks, stickers, rub-ons, eyelets, brads, glaze testing. All levels are welcome in this fun skill-building class. Your instructor
tags, etc.), as well as pictures/memorabilia you would like to include so that you can has a degree in ceramics with a strong technical background, as well as gallery
walk away with a completed project. Materials fee paid to the instructor. and show experience.
Item 1575 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm Room Unassigned Rimando Item 1522 10:00 am - 2:00 pm RAH 111 Willis, M
M 10/8, 11/15, 12/3 $75+$20 Sa (10 sessions) 9/29 - 12/1 $145+$35
PaPeRBag aLBum PaRents time out PotteRy
How do three paper lunch bags come together to form a surprisingly functional, Take time for your self and nurture your creative side! Enjoy one morning a week
sturdy, and lovely album? With some patterned paper and ribbon, you will learn to in our pottery studio. Have fun with clay, relax create and learn to hand build and
do just that. This is a project that you’ll want to make again and again to give as sculpt in a supportive atmosphere. This class is geared toward all skill levels with
gifts, or keep for yourself. It’s a great gift for a grad to help them commemorate their an emphasis on creativity. A great class for parents to come and enjoy an adult
special memories. You’ll be surprised at how easy this project is. The instructor will “time out” in a relaxed and creative atmosphere.
lead you through basic construction and embellishment using ribbon. Item 1523 9:30 am - 12:30 pm RAH 111 Willis, B.
Item 1576 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm Room Unassigned Rimando T (6 sessions) 10/2 - 11/6 $69+$25
M 10/8 $39+$7
This project looks like a box, but once you lift the lid it opens up to an eye-catching
and dramatic “album” for your favorite smaller photos and memorabilia. We’ll walk
weLding: Beginning oRnamentaL steeL
step-by-step together through creating this album from top to bottom (or from lid to
In this hands-on class, learn the basics of MIG welding while focusing on safety.
16-panel base). We’ll create the pieces together and you will have time to assemble
The instructor introduces bending techniques used to create wrought iron elements.
it and embellish it as well. It’s easier than you think!
Each attendee receives personal instruction to create and take home a finished
Item 1577 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm Room Unassigned Rimando
project. If you have always wanted to weld but never have, this is the class for you,
M 11/15 $39+$7
as it introduces you to the fabulous art of metalworking! Handouts are provided
with information on where and how to rent or buy equipment, buy raw metal and
CoFFee FiLteR aLBum
ornamental decorations. This class gives you the practical experience to complete
Yes, coffee filters! Take your scrapbooking skills to the kitchen cabinet. You’ll adorn
welding projects on your own. All materials included in the price. Classes held at
eight coffee filters with patterned paper and ribbon to create a very unconventional
instructor’s studio in Georgetown. Detailed directions provided upon registration.
and very functional album. The instructor will lead you through creating each page,
Item 1541 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm Off Campus Riley
assembling the album, and some basic embellishing as well. Think of how much
TTh (2 sessions) 9/25 - 9/27 $175
the coffee-lover in your life will love this gift! Item 1540 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm Off Campus Riley
Item 1578 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm Room Unassigned Rimando TTh (2 sessions) 10/23 - 10/25 $175
M 12/3 $39+$7
Item 1542 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm Off Campus Riley
TTh (2 sessions) 12/4 - 12/6 $175
CReate youR own hoLiday CaRds
This holiday season, surprise your friends and family with original greeting card
collages. Collage is a great medium for beginning artists. You will produce three
unique, personal holiday greeting cards: a colorful landscape, a fun still life and
BUSiNeSS & CareerS
a dynamic abstract arrangement. The possibilities are endless! No experience
necessary. Please bring a sack lunch. Materials list provided. the aRt oF PuBLiC sPeaKing
Item 1558 11:00 am - 4:30 pm TEC 106 Armstrong This class, taught in a group setting, will enhance your ability to speak in public.
S 12/1 $39 Whether for business or personal reasons, you will gain a wealth of information
designed to help you see the importance of speaking well on a public stage, and
achieve a measure of comfort in doing so. You will learn the significance of fluency,
gestures, audience contact as well as other practical pointers.
Item 1638 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Room Unassigned Thomas
W (4 sessions) 9/26 - 10/17 $45
tuRn youR Business idea into ReaLity
Want to start your own business? This one day course covers all the key steps to
turning your small business idea from a dream to a reality. Our instructor has over
35 years of experience in sales, finance and marketing.
Item 1633 10:00 am - 4:00 pm Room Unassigned Odell
Sa 9/29 $65
72 NoN-Credit SoUth - Fall 2007
PoweR uP youR Passion PaRaLegaL CeRtiFiCate
Are you doing work you love? Are you disenchanted with your life, your career, Paralegals are involved in sophisticated legal work in traditional law office
your job? Do you feel like you are really living your life? If not, you may have buried settings and in the corporate, government, and public arenas, and obtaining
your natural passions and talents. In this fun content packed class, learn how to a quality paralegal education is the best way to prepare for the paralegal pro-
uncover your passions, power them up and then create strategies on how you can fession. All materials and books provided. (225 hours) To register, view a course
profit from them. Upon completion you will be ready and committed to take action demo or get full descriptions go to www.gatlineducation.com/southced. Financing
towards living your ideal life. available through Gatlin Education.
Item 1643 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm Room Unassigned Bellows ONLINE $1795
F 10/19 $39
PRoFessionaL BaRtending This nationally recognized Project Management online certification training
With the rise in casinos, nightclubs and entertainment venues, the job market for course provides a comprehensive education in project management, and in-
bartenders is steadily increasing. Full-time or part-time, bartending is fun, dynamic cludes preparation for the Project Management Professional national certification
and exhilarating! This program is specially designed to give students an introduction exam. (40 hours) To register, view a course demo or get full descriptions go to www.
to the exciting and dramatic (and lucrative) world of professional bartending. Students gatlineducation.com/southced. Financing available through Gatlin Education.
learn about common bar equipment, customer service, mixing and serving drinks, ONLINE $1495
and responsible bartending—helping your guests to have a great time, while also
watching out for their safety. Classes also cover job search skills and strategies for six sigma gReenBeLt
increasing customer satisfaction (and tips!). Class includes bartending licensing This nationally-recognized Six Sigma Greenbelt online certification training
exam. Required textbook available for purchase at SSCC bookstore. course encompasses all aspects of running a six sigma greenbelt business,
Item 1774 ThF 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm; Sa 9:00 am – 4:00 pm Ronnestad including management, service delivery, design, production and customer
ThFSa (3 sessions) 11/15 - 11/17 $175 + $10 satisfaction. To register, view a course demo or get full descriptions go to www.
gatlineducation.com/southced. Financing available through Gatlin Education.
BaRtending LiCensing PeRmit 12/13 ONLINE $1895
ResPonsiBLe BeVeRage seRViCe
This class covers the legal aspects of bartending and serving (waiters and waitresses). wedding PLanneR
Including how much to serve, when to stop serving, and the legal responsibilities of This comprehensive program covers everything an aspiring wedding planner
restaurants, bars, and the server or bartender. This class meets all of the require- needs to know to get started in the business. Whether you plan on working
ments for licensing by the State of Washington, and is a required class for anyone part-time, planning only a few weddings a year, or a full-time career, this
who is working as a professional server or bartender. No prior bartending or liquor program will provide all the tools necessary to work as a professional wedding
knowledge is required. Students must be 21 or older for a Permit 12, and 18 - 21 for planner or start your wedding planning business. To register, view a course demo
a Permit 13. Licenses will be granted by the Washington State Liquor Control Board or get full descriptions go to www.gatlineducation.com/southced. Financing avail-
and will be awarded to students upon successful completion of this class. able through Gatlin Education.
Item 1775 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Room Unassigned Ronnestad ONLINE $1395
Sa 11/17 $30+$5
Career & teChNiCaL teaCher edUCatioN
oNLiNe CertiFiCatioN CLaSSeS
this professional, flexible and affordable program is
our web-based trainings, offered in partnership with gatlin designed for those wanting to become a secondary (grades
education services, are available for immediate registration 9–12) technical education teacher and have worked 6,000
and move at your own pace. with a computer and a hours in the industry.
connection to the internet, you can complete any of the
following certificates in three–six months from the comfort • Program is approved by Washington Office of
of your own home. all books and materials are included superintendent of Public instruction (osPi)
in the price and will be sent to you upon registration. • You can start the program any quarter!
Ceus and clock hours are available for these classes and
financing is available through g atlin education. Visit www. • Majority of courses are taught online. Visit our Web site
gatlineducation.com/southced to register or view course at www.Learnatsouth.org, call 206-768-6782 or e-mail
syllabus and demo lessons. Questions: contact Ced staff at Cedstaff@sccd.ctc.edu for more information.
(206) 764-5339 or Cedstaff@sccd.ctc.edu.
intRoduCtion to CaReeR and teChniCaL teaCheR eduCation
CeRtiFied BooKKeePeR This is the introductory course to Career and Technical (vocational) certifi-
Becoming a Certified Bookkeeper (CB) can increase earning potential, enhance cation. It is designed to help teacher-candidates lay out their professional
professional status and offer a decisive edge in any job market and are to development plan based upon a State Skills Standards Inventory of their
bookkeeping what CPAs are to accounting. This course was created by AIPB current work experience, skills, talents, and competencies. The plan may include
to prepare bookkeepers for the certification exam at any Prometric Test Center. (80 certification or re-certification as a Career and Technical (vocational) instructor in
hours) To register, view a course demo or get full descriptions go to www.gatlinedu- accordance with the Washington Administrative Code and the Revised State Skills
cation.com/southced. Financing available through Gatlin Education. Standards. This course may be taken concurrently with any of the Foundation
ONLINE $1795 Courses. Introduction to safety and health issues and the incorporation of safety
practices into curriculum and classroom management are also covered. Class will
Lean masteRy be taught online. (27 clock hours.)
As the market forces dictate pricing and lead time pressures, businesses need Item 9773 10/1 - 12/17 Staff
to focus on waste-free processes in order to grow margins and remain com- ONLINE $175+$30
petitive. Lean Mastery primarily focuses on the relentless elimination of waste
from all business activities through the use of specific concepts that are intended eduCation ReFoRm, woRKFoRCe deVeLoPment,
to provide excellent quality products, delivered on time, at the lowest total cost, and CaReeR & teChniCaL eduCation
only on the specific demand of the customer. To register, view a course demo or Study of the history of Career and Technical (vocational) education; the impact
get full descriptions go to www.gatlineducation.com/southced. Financing available of the educational reform on Career and Technical Education (vocational) and
through Gatlin Education. workforce development and Career and Technical Education’s importance
ONLINE $1695 within our society; and topics that include: leaders in vocational education; societal
influences on vocational curriculum design; legislative initiatives, social issues
and organizations involved in and impacting Career and Technical and workforce
development education. Class will be taught online.(20 clock hours)
Item 9705 10/1 - 12/7 Staff
www.southseattle.edu NoN-Credit 73
oRganization and CuRRiCuLum design
This course will include an analysis of the teacher-candidate’s vocational field CoMPUter traiNiNg
including skills, competencies, knowledge, attitudes, performance expecta-
tions and trends and the structuring and organizing of instructional materials south advantage
including goals, objectives, benchmarks, outlines, syllabus and lesson plans along • Small classes with well-qualified instructors, all books and
with curriculum design (sequence of learning topics and instructional units). Class materials included.
will be taught online. (20 clock hours)
Item 9774 10/1 - 12/7 Staff • Industry-standard PCs
• Clock hours and CEUs are available for all computer
CertiFied FiNaNCiaL PLaNNiNg • Affordable online class options for many computer
already in the financial field and want to earn your CFP™
designation? interested in exploring career options in Learning guarantee: students who complete a computer
financial planning? Classes begin in september. Free workshop have the option to retakethe same class as often
information night on thursday, september 13 from 5:30 pm - as they like for one year after completion of the class.
7:00 p.m. Call (206) 768-6782 or email firstname.lastname@example.org group classes: Businesses or community organizations
for details. may arrange customized computer training courses at your
• Instructors are CFP™ certified and have 10+ uears site or in a south seattle Community College computer lab.
experience teaching CFP™ courses. software applications—including some not listed here—and
custom courses are also available. For more details call (206)
• College for Financial Planning students have a significantly 768-6782.
higher pass rate than national average.
online classes: if you don’t see the class you want, check
• CEUs granted for classes. the online listings at www.ed2go.com/southsea. ed2go
• Classes conveniently held in West Seattle in the evenings. online classes start monthly and run for six weeks for a total
of 12 lessons. most classes are $89.
• SSCC students receive a 20% on their enrollment with the
College for Financial Planning and $100 discount on the For details call (206) 764-5339 or email@example.com
CFPe Live Review. 1 night FRee ComPuteR tRaining PReView
Come to this free preview of our courses. Preview software available in our computer
FinanCiaL PLanneR CeRtiFiCation PRogRam inFoRmation session labs. We will help you determine which workshops best meet your needs through
5:30 pm – 7:00 pm OLY 206
one-to-one advising with our computer training coordinator. Registration for future
Th 9/13 Call (206) 764-5339 for directions.
computer courses or workshops will be available.
6:00 pm – 7:00 pm OLY 104 Braswell
CFPe 1: FinanCiaL PRoCess & insuRanCe T 9/18 FREE
Item 1501 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm OLY 206 Nilsson
Th (10 sessions) 9/27 - 12/6 (no class 11.22) $250 naVigating miCRosoFt 2007
Already a Microsoft Office user and need to get up to speed with 2007? This class
CFPe 2: inVestment PLanning will show you how. Gain familiarity with the layout of the programs, learn how to use
Item 1503 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm OLY 206 Davis the “ribbon” menu so you can efficiently navigate through the software and perform
T (9 sessions) 9/25 - 11/20 $250
the actions you are accustomed to doing with ease. The class will focus on Word
2007, Excel 2007 and Outlook 2007. Tip sheets included.
CFPe 3: inCome tax PLanning Item 1898 8:30 am – 12:30 pm OLY 104 Braswell
Item 1505 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm OLY 111 Dill S 10/13 $55
T (9 sessions) 10/2 - 11/27 $250 Item 1897 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm OLY 104 Braswell
T (2 sessions) 11/6 – 11/13 $55
CFPe 4: RetiRement/emPLoyee BeneFits
Item 1507 5:30 pm - 8:30 pm OLY 206 Stover
W (9 sessions) 9/26 - 11/28 $250
CFPe 5: estate PLanning all onsite microsoft application classes will be taught using
Will be offered Winter 2008 office 2007. microsoft office 2003 classes available online,
CFPe LiVe ReView
Item 1511 Session times vary OLY 206 CFPE Faculty ComPLete PC BeginneR’s CouRse (oFFiCe 2007)
MTWTHFS (6 sessions) 11/5-11/10 $875 This package gives you all you need to get started with your computer and includes
Please note: Participants in the Certified Financial Planer Program enroll both with the following 5 classes: Intro to Personal Computers, Windows Fundamentals,
South Seattle Community College and with the College for Financial Planning in Getting Started with Word, Getting Started with Excel and Surfing the Internet. NO
Denver. South students receive a discount on their curriculum materials from the EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. $90 savings. All books are included.
College for Financial Planning. Item 1900 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm OLY 104 Braswell
TTh (9 sessions) 10/2 - 10/30 $325
CoMMUNiCatioN miCRosoFt oFFiCe seRies (oFFiCe 2007)
This series is for working professionals in a business or home office setting. It is
designed to keep your computer skills competitive. For the most skills, choice and
Finding tRue LoVe in a heCtiC woRLd
savings, take this selection of Microsoft Office classes in a Saturday or weeknight
Are you longing for a partner? A loving relationship comes from selecting the
series. Each series is $325 for a $50 savings over taking them separately. Basic
right person for you. How to choose is a life-changing decision which isn’t
experience needed. All books are included. Word: orming Document Skills, Excel:
taught - until now! Join us for an interactive evening to learn a process of what
ormulas and Basic Charts, and Outlook: E-mail, Organize & Save Addresses.
helps you pick the person that’s right for you.
Item 1920 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm OLY 104 Braswell
Item 1572 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Room Unassigned Brady
MW (9 sessions) 10/8 - 11/5 $325
Th 10/18 $39
Item 1916 9:00 am - 4:00 pm OLY 104 Braswell
Sa (3 sessions) 10/20 - 11/3 $325
74 NoN-Credit SoUth - Fall 2007
WiNdoWS QuiCKBooKs LeVeL 2
This course continues from QuickBooks level 1. Participants will learn additional
PeRsonaL ComPuteR intRoduCtion basic features of QuickBooks Pro 2006 such as customizing forms, working with
Are you asking yourself ‘OK, now what do I do?’ Learn basic computer concepts credit cards, creating reports and graphs, working with sales tax, doing payroll
and terminology related to PCs. Become acquainted with the Windows operating with QuickBooks, and creating job estimates. Class is appropriate for users of
platform and software applications. This class is not hands-on class but lecture and both QuickBooks and QuickBooks Pro. Windows experience and basic account-
question and answer time. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY. Book is included. ing skills required.
Item 1901 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm OLY 104 Braswell Item 1968 9:00 am - 4:00 pm OLY 205 Staff
T 10/2 $39 Sa 10/27 $125
windows FundamentaLs Word
Learn to use Windows (XP) with ease, and walk away with the tools needed to tap
into your computer’s vast potential. In this essential beginning-level course you woRd BeginneR: getting staRted with woRd (oFFiCe 2007)
will learn how to open, close, name, save, and manage files and documents. Also Learn how to create, save, and close a document, open an existing document
learn to switch between programs and troubleshoot problems. NO EXPERIENCE and use simple to more advanced editing techniques. Navigate using the mouse
NECESSARY. Book is included. and keyboard, use tabs and create a table, use spell check, and save an existing
Item 1902 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm OLY 104 Braswell document as a Web page and view it in a browser. Students enrolling in this course
ThT (3 sessions) 10/4 - 10/11 $125 should understand the basic concepts involved in working with a personal computer,
but they do not need to have any working knowledge of Word. Book included.
windows Vista: an intRoduCtion Item 1903 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm OLY 104 Braswell
Windows Vista is a radical departure from the Windows of yesteryear. Whether TTh (2 sessions) 10/23 - 10/25 $99
you’re a beginner or an experienced Windows user, you won’t want to miss
woRd: LeVeL 1 FoRming doCument sKiLLs (oFFiCe 2007)
out on everything this powerful new version has to offer. In this course, spe-
Make your job easier! This basics class will give you the tools you need to move more
cifically designed for beginners and casual users, you’ll learn to use Vista’s best
quickly through projects and troubleshoot issues that arise. Learn the fundamentals
and most important features. Two lessons are released online each week for six
of creating, saving, filing, and finding basic documents, such as letters and reports.
weeks. Start dates are 8/15, 9/19, 10/17, 11/14 Visit www.LearnAtSouth.org for
Then move on to creating tables; working with indents, numbered lists, and bulleted
lists; and printing envelopes and labels.
Item 1922 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm OLY 104 Braswell
MW 10/8-10/15 $125
eXCeL Item 1917 8:30 am - 4:30 pm OLY 104 Braswell
Sa 10/27 $125
exCeL BeginneR: getting staRted with exCeL (oFFiCe 2007)
Learn basic worksheet skills and how to work with data in a worksheet. Create a
basic spreadsheet, formulas, move and copy data with shortcut functions, format a ViSUaL BaSiC
spreadsheet, prepare a document for printing, and save your workbook as a Web
page. Students are expected to know the basics of using a PC, but this class is intRoduCtion to VisuaL BasiC
for Excel beginners. Visual Basic is the most widely used programming language and development
Item 1904 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm OLY 104 Braswell tool for creating Windows applications. The Visual Basic programming language
TTh (2 sessions) 10/16 - 10/18 $99
is very easy to learn, and the Visual Basic 2005 development environment
enables you to rapidly build Windows applications. In six short weeks, you’ll learn
exCeL: LeVeL 1 FoRmuLas & BasiC ChaRts (oFFiCe 2007)
how to write Windows applications using the Visual Basic programming language
Simplify number crunching with this program for electronic spreadsheets! Enter
and the Visual Basic 2005 development environment. You’ll also learn principles
and correct data; work with ranges, functions, and cell contents; format and print
of object-oriented and event-driven programming that you can use, not only with
worksheets; create charts; and use formulas.
Visual Basic, but also with other programming languages you may want to learn.
Item 1921 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm OLY 104 Braswell
Two lessons are released online each week for six weeks. Start dates are 8/15,
WM 10/17-10/24 $125
Item 1918 8:30 am - 4:30 pm OLY 104 Braswell 9/19, 10/17, 11/14 Visit www.LearnAtSouth.org for more information.
Sa 10/20 $125 ONLINE $89
oUtLooK INTRODUCTION TO MICROSOFT VISIO 2003
Learning to create professional-looking diagrams in Microsoft Visio 2003 will
outLooK: e-maiL, oRganize, & saVe addResses (oFFiCe 2007) take your skills set to the next level. Follow along as a seasoned industry
Send, recall, receive, and reply to e-mails! Create signatures and personal fold- professional leads you through easy-to-follow projects and exercises to design
ers; work with address books; schedule meetings and recurring appointments; diagrams based on industry standards and best practices. Learn how to use Visio’s
many features and functions to make your diagrams pop. Two lessons are released
send and manage meeting requests; create and assign tasks; and create and edit
your contacts. online each week for six weeks. Start dates are 8/15, 9/19, 10/17, 11/14 Visit www.
Item 1923 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm OLY 104 Braswell LearnAtSouth.org for more information.
MW 10/29-11/5 $125 ONLINE $89
Item 1961 8:30 am - 4:30 pm OLY 104 Braswell
Sa 11/3 $125
WeB deVeLoPMeNt & iNterNet
QUiCKBooKS CReate youR own weBsite
Learn how to design, create, and post your very own site on the Internet’s
QuiCKBooKs LeVeL 1 World Wide Web. Discover low-cost marketing techniques and search engine
Learn how to setup a new company with customers, vendors and accounts, as well strategies. Two lessons are released online each week for six weeks. Start dates
as daily business tasks such as invoices, process payments, enter and pay bills, are 8/15, 9/19, 10/17, 11/14 Visit www.LearnAtSouth.org for more information.
write checks and reconcile bank accounts. Also learn how to work with setting up ONLINE $89
and maintaining inventory. Class is appropriate for users of both QuickBooks and
QuickBooks Pro. (Windows experience and basic accounting skills required.)
Item 1967 9:00 am - 4:00 pm OLY 205 Staff
Sa 10/20 $125
www.southseattle.edu NoN-Credit 75
intRoduCtion to dReamweaVeR 8 mCsa—miCRosoFt CeRtiFied systems administRatoR
Learn to harness the power of this industry-standard Web design program This Microsoft certification is designed for systems administrators who imple-
from a Silicon Valley veteran. Master the basics of document creation and ment, manage, and troubleshoot network environments. MCSA requires as few
how to insert and format text, images, hyperlinks, tables, multimedia files, and as four exams (three core classes, plus one elective). Students that have already
other types of Web page content. Two lessons are released online each week for taken A+ and Network+ can use these, combined classes, as their elective, leaving
six weeks. Start dates are 8/15, 9/19, 10/17, 11/14 Visit www.LearnAtSouth.org for only three remaining core classes. Sign up for the three core courses. (440 hours.)
more information. To register, view a course demo or get full descriptions go to www.gatlineducation.
ONLINE $89 com/southced. Financing available through Gatlin Education.
PhP and mysQL intRoduCtion
Gain skills that are highly in demand by learning to build dynamic, data-driven SECUrITY + CErTIFICATE
Web sites using two of the most popular open source technologies available: Security + is a course that maps to Comp TIA’s Security+ certification, covering
PHP and MySQL. In this results-oriented, hands-on class, you’ll master es- Network and Host Security. Students capture, analyze, and generate IP traffic,
sential programming concepts by designing and building a full-featured Web site.. exploit protocol weaknesses, examine defensive solutions, install, configure,
Two lessons are released online each week for six weeks. Start dates are 8/15, and test a powerful NIDS solution, and create a Linux based router/firewall solution.
9/19, 10/17, 11/14 Visit www.LearnAtSouth.org for more information. (120 hours). To register, view a course demo or get full descriptions go to www.
ONLINE $89 gatlineducation.com/southced. Financing available through Gatlin Education.
suRFing suCCessFuLLy on the inteRnet
Learn the ins and outs of surfing the Web. Are you tired of all the clutter when you weB dataBase deVeLoPeR CeRtiFiCate
go to search? This hands-on class will give you the tools to find what you want on The Web Database Developer Certificate will provide students with intermediate
the Internet, how to use the most effective search engines for the task and e-mail and advanced knowledge and skills in utilizing and leveraging databases on
techniques to aid you in the future. Discover the wealth of information and resources the Internet. As a result of the course work, students will be able to incorporate
available to you on the Internet. Create a free e-mail account. database design, development and deployment into e-commerce sites, dynamic
Item 1905 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm OLY 104 Braswell web sites, and business-to-business data collaboration. To register, view a course
T 10/30 $49 demo or get full descriptions go to www.gatlineducation.com/southced. Financing
available through Gatlin Education.
WeB-BaSed it traiNiNg
our web-based trainings, offered in partnership with gatlin education ser-
vices, are available for immediate registration and move at your own pace. daNCe
with a computer and a connection to the internet, you can complete any of
the following certificates in three–six months from the comfort of your own danCe CLass PReView
home. all books and materials are included in the price and will be sent to you Come to this free preview of our dance classes. See demonstrations, meet and talk
upon registration. Ceus and clock hours are available for these classes and with the instructors. Bring a friend and choose a new step for the Fall!
financing is available through gatlin education. Visit www.gatlineducation.com/ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm OLY Lecture Hall Dance Instructors
southced to register or view course syllabus and demo lessons. Questions: W 9/12 FREE
contact Ced staff at (206) 764-5339 or Cedstaff@sccd.ctc.edu.
COMPTIA A+ CErTIFICATIOn TrAInIng An absolute introduction to the graceful dance form. Students will find a relaxed setting
Those holding the CompTIA A+ certification have a broad base of knowledge to learn the basic ballet movements. Ballet is a wonderful way to improve posture and
and competency in core hardware and operating system technologies including flexibility while getting a full body workout. Ballet shoes are highly recommended,
installation, configuration, diagnosing, preventative maintenance, and basic socks are acceptable. Comfortable, fitted clothes should be worn.
networking. This course includes two units and requires that students have an Item 1634 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm Off Campus Perry
extra computer running Windows. (160 hours) To register, view a course demo or Th (5 sessions) 9/27 - 10/25 $59
get full descriptions go to www.gatlineducation.com/southced. Financing available
through Gatlin Education. Beginning aeRiaL danCe on tRaPeze
ONLINE $1595 Explore, fly, dance, soar and spin on low trapeze bars in a safe, fun and supportive
environment! Class begins on the ground with careful preparation through yoga-
COMPTIA nETWOrk+/SErVEr+ based warm up and conditioning. Then move into the air with a mixture of technical
The demand for skilled network support professionals has grown significantly, instruction on the trapezes and guided improvisational aerial dance utilizing the
and those holding Network+ certification demonstrate critical knowledge of movements learned. Become stronger and more flexible while having fun. No
media and topologies, protocols and standards, network implementation and previous dance training or aerial experience required. Participants should have
network support. This certification is geared toward those with nine months field a basic level of fitness, some upper body strength, and should be height-weight
experience in network administration and support. (80 hours) To register, view a proportionate.
course demo or get full descriptions go to www.gatlineducation.com/southced. Item 1666 6:15 pm - 8:00 pm Off Campus McCreary
Financing available through Gatline Education. Th (2 sessions) 11/8 - 11/15 $35
BaLLRoom LeVeL i
CisCo—CCna CeRtiFiCation tRaining
Glide across the floor with ease after taking this beginning ballroom class. You’ll
This nationally recognized Cisco® CCNA® online course and certification
learn the Fox Trot, Waltz, and Tango in this easy step-by-step class. Leading and
training program provides students with the essential knowledge to install,
following techniques will be stressed throughout this course. Both singles and
configure, and operate simple routed LANs and WANs and obtain Cisco®
couples are welcome.
CCNA® certification. (80 hours.) To register, view a course demo or get full de- Item 1669 7:15 pm - 8:15 pm Off Campus LaFranchi
scriptions go to www.gatlineducation.com/southced. Financing available through T (6 sessions) 9/25 - 10/30 $59
ONLINE $1595 BaLLRoom LeVeL ii
Add polish to your dancing. This class is the next step to becoming a good ballroom
LInUx+/LInUx PrOFESSIOnAL InSTITUTE LEVEL 1 CErTIFICATIOn
dancer. Become more confident in leading and following. You will review and learn
new steps in the Fox Trot, Waltz and Tango. Both singles and couples are welcome.
Linux+ is an entry-level certificate program, developed by CompTIA, which
Prerequisite: basic steps in the dances listed here
measures vendor-neutral Linux knowledge and skills for an individual with at
Item 1667 7:15 pm - 8:15 pm Off Campus LaFranchi
least six months practical experience (Network+ or A+ background). The online
T (4 sessions) 11/13 - 12/4 $45
Linux+ Certification Preparation course will prepare students to write the CompTIA
Linux+ exam. (300 hours) To register, view a course demo or get full descriptions go to
www.gatlineducation.com/southced. Financing available through Gatlin Education.
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Try something new, just for you! This class focuses on beginning technique, and eNViroNMeNt
includes an introduction to belly dancing’s history and music. You’ll learn basic
alignment, shimmies, isolations, figure 8, circles, spirals and undulations, beauti- BiodieseL BasiCs
ful arms and hands gestures. Gain an introduction to veil dancing and simple Want to learn about a non-toxic vegetable oil based fuel that you can make for 70
combinations. cents a gallon? Whether you want to buy it or make it yourself, in this class you will
Item 1659 6:00 pm - 6:50 pm Off Campus Rosen learn how you can use biodiesel as a fuel for your car, boat, or home heating oil
W (6 sessions) 9/5 - 10/10 $85 furnace. Also learn about the health and environmental advantages of biodiesel,
along with information about availability, compatibility, and the basic steps of how
BeLLydanCe woRKout to make the fuel yourself from used vegetable oil. Small batch demonstrations will
Get out of the gym and try a new workout. In this mixed-level exercise class, you’ll be performed in class, a small processor displayed, and pictures and video shown
dance your new moves into your muscle memory and have fun. Build strength of home processors.
while sweating and laughing. This class is to shake everything loose. Learn by Item 1692 9:30 am - 12:00 pm Room Unassigned Rudensey
example and self-exploration. Sa 10/13 $35
Item 1664 7:00 pm - 7:50 pm Off Campus Rosen
W (6 sessions) 9/5 - 10/10 $85 maKe youR own BiodieseL
Learn to make your own fuel from used restaurant oil! Discover the chemistry and
intRoduCtion to hiP hoP tricks of making quality biodiesel, as well as experimenting with different vegetable
This class will get you moving to upbeat, popular music, all while getting an incred- oils, catalysts, and pH indicators. Various reactor designs will be presented, with an
ible cardio workout. The style found in this course is an interesting fusion of hip hop emphasis on the “Appleseed” reactor (made from an electric water heater) which
and jazz dance. Come experience hip hop in a relaxed, stress free environment. will be operated in class. Other topics will include myths and facts about biodiesel;
Students will get a chance to express their creativity while learning a completed quality control; washing; cold weather issues; local availability of supplies and
dance. Experienced dancers are welcome. Everyone will get something out of equipment; and what’s going on locally and nationally with the biodiesel movement.
this class! Whether you are just exploring possibilities, or you want to move ahead and start
Item 1660 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm Off Campus Perry making your own brew, this class will help you get underway. Bring a sack lunch
F (5 sessions) 9/28 - 10/26 $75 for the half-hour break.
Item 1691 10:00 am - 3:30 pm Room Unassigned Rudensey
Line danCing: Beginning Sa 11/3 $59
Heel-toe your way into fitness. These no partner pattern line dances are not only
great fun but good for the body and mind. We’ll start by learning the basic steps used
in line dancing and practice them in various dances. No experience necessary. FiNaNCe aNd iNVeStiNg
Item 1675 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Off Campus Reese
M (5 sessions) 10/1 - 10/29 $45
Common sense stoCK inVesting 101
Line danCing: ii No need to be intimidated! Learn the language of the investment world. This intro-
This class adds new line dances, increasing the level of difficulty. Continue the fun ductory course provides you with basic terminology, simple strategies and analysis
and exercise learning no-partner line dances like Rio, Slappin’ Leather and Cop- techniques to help you become a savvy stock investor. Online and specialized
perhead Road. Come join us in kicking up our heels and dancing our boots off! software tools are introduced. Focus is on how to choose stocks and manage your
Must have some prior knowledge of line dancing basics. investment wisely. No prior knowledge of stock investments is required.
Item 1678 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Off Campus Reese Item 1780 9:00 am - 1:00 pm OLY 206 Novzari
M (5 sessions) 11/5 - 12/10 (no class 11/12) $45 Sa (2 sessions) 10/6 - 10/13 $89
swing danCing LeVeL i CReate a deBt-eLimination PLan
If you want to go out dancin’, this is the class you need to take! Dance to Big Band, This class teaches a very unique, yet simple system to become completely debt-
Swing, Rock ‘n Roll, Country, New Wave, Blues and Jazz. Jitterbug is uniquely Ameri- FREE in 5-7 years, including your mortgage! Learn to turn every $1 of debt into
can and learning it is an exhilarating experience! No dance experience needed, just $12 of real wealth and save thousands of dollars using the techniques taught in
come prepared to have fun. Leading and following techniques stressed throughout this class. The choice is yours, you can continue to give your hard earned money to
the course. Singles and couples welcome. your creditors, or you can keep most of it for yourself! Even if your situation seems
Item 1665 8:15 pm - 9:15 pm Off campus LaFranchi hopeless, this class could change your life. Bring your debt information along with a
T (6 sessions) 9/25 - 10/30 $59 calculator and leave with a personalized debt-elimination plan. A FREE debt-analysis
will be provided for each attendee. An optional DF&PL textbook available for $35.
swing danCing ii Register with a partner and pay $49.
This class,also known as, Single and Triple time East Coast Swing, adds new Item 1646 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Room Unassigned Howell
moves and interesting variations to the beginner course. Become more confident in W 10/10 $39
leading and following. The more you learn about this most versatile of dance styles,
the more fun you will have! Singles and couples welcome. Prerequisite: Jitterbug FinanCiaL heaLth 101
& Swing or similar experience. Review sound financial practices by examining all the essential building blocks:
Item 1667 7:15 pm - 8:15 pm Off Campus LaFranchi risk management (including medical insurance), budgeting, short-term savings,
T (4 sessions) 11/13 - 12/4 $45 and investing for the long-term (portfolio management, retirement planning, and
saving for children’s college education) We’ll also look at the emotional dynamics
saLsa danCing underlying our approach to money and strategies to prevent fear or greed from
Rumba, cha-cha-cha, mambo and meringue—Seattle’s Salsa scene is popping with ruining our financial health.
clubs, events and activities celebrating salsa from around the world. Learn Salsa Item 1657 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Room Unassigned Harris
the way it is danced by people of all ages in the smallest Latin towns to some of the Sa 10/13 $22
most exciting nightclub scenes around the world. No partner necessary.
Item 1673 7:15 pm - 8:30 pm Off Campus Baker Long teRm CaRe
M (5 sessions) 10/1 - 10/29 $65 The “golden years” often present challenges that can strain our finances as well as
our health. This workshop is for everyone concerned about how to meet the rising
saLsa danCing ii cost of health and personal care for individuals with prolonged illness or disabilities.
Improve on your Salsa dancing and learn the Cha-Cha and Merengue as well. No We’ll review elements that make up a comprehensive approach to long-term care
partner necessary. Prerequisite: basic salsa steps. including examining available benefits and strategies to lower the cost of your long
Item 1677 7:15 pm - 8:30 pm Off Campus Baker term care insurance.
M (5 sessions) 11/5 - 12/10 (no class 11/12) $65 Item 1658 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm Room Unassigned Harris
Sa 10/13 $19
www.southseattle.edu NoN-Credit 77
RetiRement PLanning today FoR tomoRRow CheeSe
Get yourself ready financially! This interactive workshop will help you make sense
of the choices you face in developing your financial future. The topics discussed intRoduCtion to aRtisan Cheeses
enable you to set financial goasl and provide you with strategies to use. Decide if Have you ever stood in front of one of those fancy cheese counters and been
you can retire early. Understand what you need to know about employee benefits/ completely overwhelmed and stumped as to which cheese to buy? Artisan Cheese
retirement plans and how to allocate your assets. Class book included. Call CED is becoming more and more popular and this class will allow you to taste all of the
Office for special spouse/partner rate. basic categories of Artisan cheeses learn their uses, flavor profiles and beverage
Item 1650 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Room Unassigned Patterson/McKenzie pairings. Leave knowing you can serve the most tantalizing impressive cheese
Sa (2 sessions) 9/29 - 10/6 $45 course at your next dinner party! A fun informal class with lots of amazing cheeses
Item 1651 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Room Unassigned Patterson/McKenzie to try! Materials fee paid to instructor.
Sa (2 sessions) 10/20 - 10/27 $45 Item 1749 9:30 am - 12:00 pm Room Unassigned Ambrose
S 11/3 $35+$10
soCiaLLy ResPonsiBLe inVesting
What do we gain by divorcing our values from our portfolio? With its competitive
returns, Socially Responsible Investing is the perfect marriage between our assets deSSertS
and our money. In this class we’ll explore the basic elements of SRI: screening,
shareholder advocacy, and community investing. We’ll also review strategies to at- ChoCoLate tRuFFLe CLass
tend to our retirement needs as we also take care of our planet. Whether you’re an Learn the art and techniques of making your own chocolate truffles! You will make
investment novice or pro, you’ll learn how to put your money where your heart is! a variety of different truffles using methods to flavor the ganaches by utilizing fresh
Item 1648 10:00 am - 11:30 am Room Unassigned Harris fruits, nuts, essential oils, herbs and spices and liqueurs. Learn simple presentations
Sa 10/20 $19 plus hand dipping and molding. Learn about the quality of chocolate and make a box
full of incredible truffles to take home. Bring a sack lunch and an apron. Materials
fee paid to instructor.
Food aNd driNK Item 1740 10:00 am - 4:00 pm PBA Fredericks/Peckham
Sa 10/27 $89+$10
CaKe deCoratiNg ChoCoLate tRuFFLes: maRVeLous moLds
Learn the tricks of creating beautiful multicolored molded truffles. We will create
two ganache fillings for the truffles and each student will work with polycarbonate
Are you tired of store bought cakes? Interested in making your own beautiful cakes
molds to create his/her own unique truffles. We will also demonstrate transfer sheet
at home? Learn the fundamentals of decorating tools, cake preparation, basic ic-
molding and we will show other tricks and tips to highlight your hand molded truffles.
ing methods, writing, roses, and flowers. At the end of this class, take home the
Godiva eat your heart out! Each student brings home an overflowing box of goodies.
cake you decorated for you and your family or friends to enjoy. Materials fee paid
Some chocolate experience preferred. Materials fee paid to instructor.
to instructor. Item 1737 10:00 am - 1:00 pm PBA Fredericks/Peckham
Item 1742 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm PBA Bloomquist Sa 11/17 $59+$8
Th (3 sessions) 10/4 - 10/18 $69+$30
FineLy deCoRated CooKies
intRoduCtion to gumPasting
Make sensational cookies for Fall events! Award winning SSCC Pastry Instructor,
Add a new skill to your decorating bag of tricks. See www.learnatsouth.org for
Chef Harris is offering a two-night hands-on workshop on decorating cookies using
the technique of flooding or run sugar. Learn how to create a smooth sheen of icing
Item 1743 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm PBA Bloomquist
for your cookies and then decorate with royal icing. Decorating tips and tricks will
T TBA $35+$10
be shared so that you leave with a collection of wonderful cookies sure to impress
your guests. This is a fun workshop to take alone or with friends! Materials fee
wedding and tieRed CaKes
paid to instructor.
Interested in making a wedding or tiered cake? Take your cake decorating skills
Item 1714 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm PBA Harris
to the next level with this class which will cover string work, swags, ruffles, lace
Th (2 sessions) 10/18 - 10/25 $69+$15
and sidework. In the second class, we’ll work on cake construction techniques for
various tiered cake setups. Delivery suggestions will also be covered! Basic cake
decorating required for this class. Materials fee paid to instructor.
Creamy caramels, dark chocolate fudge, chocolate barks, and cherry cordials—ever
Item 1744 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm PBA Bloomquist
wanted to learn how to make these season’s favorite confections from scratch? Learn
T (2 sessions) 10/23 - 10/30 $45+$20
to make them all, including your own fondant for the cordials. Confectionary work
requires good measurements and proper temperature but technique is truly critical
ComFoRt Food seRies FoR the FaLL
for superior results. Emphasis will be on explaining the how and why of each step
Fall is a great time to make and enjoy your favorite comforts foods with a twist. The
in the various confectionary processes. Learn the common mistakes not to make.
series is both Chocolate - Classic Comforts and Sweet and Savory Bread Puddings.
Everyone will bring home a big box of delicious hand-made candies. Experience
Materials fee paid to instructor.
not necessary. Materials fee paid to instructor.
Item 1717 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm PBA Bolt
Su (2 sessions) 11/4 - 11/18 $69+$20 Item 1736 10:00 am - 1:00 pm PBA Fredericks/Peckham
Sa 12/1 - 12/1 $59+$8
ChoCoLate - CLassiC ComFoRts
mini CuPCaKe monsteRs, ghouLs and goBLins
Start off making delicious brownies from scratch and learn a variety of ways to
Join West Seattle’s Sugar Rush Bakery for a fun morning taking mini cupcakes and
enhance them with flavoring, fillings and frostings to be even more scrumptious.
turning them into full Halloween creatures. You’ll with a box of spooky creatures to
Try you hand at creating an elegant chocolate mousse. Learn the basic principles of
show off to your friends and family. These will be a big hit at any Halloween party!
cooking and baking with chocolate. The tips and tricks gained will lead to successful
Materials fee paid to instructor.
dessert options for Fall entertaining. Leave the class with tasty treats to share!
Item 1731 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Sugar Rush Bakery
Item 1718 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm Off Campus Bolt
Sa 10/20 $35+$10
Su 11/4 $39+$10
Sa 10/27 $89+$10
sweet and saVoRy BRead Puddings
Bread puddings can be the perfect dessert, or a savory main dish for dinner, or
an elegant breakfast dish. Come experience and taste the many variations on this
comfort food. Class will discuss best choice of ingredients, seasoning/flavoring and
techniques for preparing and baking. A great addition to any Fall gathering. Leave
with a dish for your next meal.
Item 1719 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm PBA Bolt
Su 11/18 $39+$10
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eNtertaiNiNg WiNe & SPiritS
Cut LiKe a CheF ByoB - BRew youR own BeeR!
Tired of spending all your cooking time chopping? With some practice, you’ll be Homebrewing is about creating good beer and sharing it with others. With some
cutting like a pro! This hands-on class covers the techniques used in restaurants to basic knowledge about the most popular flavors of brewed beer and how to use
quickly and safely chop vegetables, slice fruits, prepare cuts of meat, fillet fish, and hops, yeast and malt extracts to get the taste you’re looking for you’ll soon be shar-
much more. In addition, you will learn the basics of knife choice and maintenance. ing your own homebrew with friends and family. From equipment to tasting, you’ll
Your instructor is a Sushi chef, happy to help you learn. leave this beginner’s class ready to dive right in and enjoy some of the beer you
Item 1704 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Room Unassigned Staff made! Materials fee paid to instructor.
Th 10/11 $39+$6 Item 1762 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm Room Unassigned Citrano
Sa (2 sessions) 12/1 - 12/8 $59+$30
PResentation and PLating: the seCRet to CuLinaRy suCCess
Food presentation may be as simple as adding a sprig of parsley or a sprinkling of FestiVe CoCKtaiLs FoR the hoLidays
cheese, but it must always take into account the aesthetic of the plate as a whole. Here’s a great way to spend a Friday night. Bring a friend and learn to make a
How can you make a vegetable tray look more attractive through arrangement perfect Martini, and an array of other traditional and creative drinks that will impress
and artful slicing? What about presentation of soup or the main entrée? In this your friends and guests. Reggie Daigneault, previously at Palisade Restaurant, will
class, you will learn the essentials of plating, as well as get tips from a professional show you how to spice up your cocktail and holiday parties. Must be 21 years of
caterer and sushi chef on the best ways of presenting your tasty fare. Don’t miss age to attend. Materials fee paid to instructor.
this opportunity to find out the secrets of the trade that will help make your holiday Item 1711 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm WWB 110 Daigneault
gatherings a success! Materials fee paid to instructor. F 11/30 $29+$20
Item 1699 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Room Unassigned Dews
seasonaL wines & wine PaiRing
Th 10/18 $39+$6
Here’s a chance to taste and pair wines that are perfect for the season. Get advice for
all those tricky holiday pairings, sample for yourself what works best. Not sure how to
moRe than Just a RoLL: sushi BasiCs
pick a good bottle of wine for a gift? Not to worry the class will include suggestions
Join us for an evening with sushi chef Kris Dews, learning the basics of making
and explanations for all budgets, tastes of different styles and plenty of discussion
perfect Sushi Rice and beautiful Makis (rolls). Along with a little vocabulary and
on what works best as a holiday gift and with the holiday meal. Come spend two
etiquette, you will leave with the ability to recreate what you have learned right in
nights tasting and nibbling on holiday treats with Reggie Daigneault, an instructor
your own home. All food and supplies are provided, you only need to bring your
with the Northwest Wine Academy at South. MaterialS fee paid to instructor.
HUGE appetite! Materials fee paid to instructor.
Item 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm WWB 110 Daigneault
Item 1700 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Dews
F (2 sessions) 10/26 – 11/2 $49+$10 material fee
Th 10/11 $43 & $7 materials fee
intRo to wine woRLd touR
VegetariaN Item1955 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm JMB 140 Schafer
T 10/9 $35 +$8 material fee
VegetaRian adVentuRes with temPeh
Tempeh (pronounced TEM-pay) is considered one of the most nutritious and digest- touR the woRLd thRough wine tasting
ible foods on the planet. This naturally fermented soybean product, with its chewy Tour through 16 regions and taste wine from 16 grape varieties with Certified Educa-
texture and rich, mushroomy flavor, is as fine a meat substitute as there is. And it’s tor and Sommelier Dieter Schafer as your guide. Classes include “A Crush Course
loaded with high-quality protein making it an amazing economic value as well. Come in Effective Wine Tasting,” lots of wine vocabulary to help you describe what you
discover tempeh and watch how easy it is to prepare a variety of savory, cholesterol- see and smell and taste, a bit of history and geography of the regions, best wine-
free, pure vegetarian dishes. Come hungry! Materials fee paid to instructor. buying strategies, wine-and-food pairing guidelines, correct serving techniques and
Item 1727 11:30 am - 2:00 pm Room Unassigned Gabbe temperature, and hints for proper storing and aging. Take all 4 classes or choose
Sa 10/20 $19+$10 just the tour introduction (first night.) Sampling happens at all classes. Must be
21 years of age. Materials fee paid to the instructor.
daVid’s VegetaRian thanKsgiVing
Item 1956 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm JMB 140 Schafer
Preparing an old-fashioned, home-cooked, pure vegetarian Thanksgiving dinner
T (4 sessions) 10/9-10/30 $95 +$20
with all the trimmings is easier and less expensive that you’d think. A delicious menu
rich in color, texture and flavor-which we’ll sample in class- can be made ahead of
time allowing you to set a festive (a relaxed!) table. Come learn how to share the
warmth of Thanksgiving and wholesome, healthful eating with family and friends.
Materials fee paid to instructor.
Item 1728 2:30 pm - 5:00 pm Room Unassigned Gabbe MiNd BodY
Sa 10/20 $19+$10
intRo to huna
Learn the secrets of a Huna Master. Huna has been practiced by the Hawaiian
WeSt SeattLe SPeCiaLitY CooKiNg CLaSS and Polynesian people for thousands of years. Just as the old Kahuna taught the
Featuring Patty Carow, Chef/owner of Blue willow Catering people, you also can learn the 10 basic elements of this ancient healing wisdom.
Discover how you can use Huna techniques in every area of your life. Learn the
seCRets oF souP ancient secrets that will dramatically improve your finances; heal relationships,
Think soups from scratch are hard? Think again! Soups soothe and comfort, espe- and release blocks of emotions from life patterns which have withheld you from
cially as the weather gets colder. They are perfectly suited to the way we eat and experiencing the joy, fulfillment and spiritual richness of life.
live today, because most can be made ahead and served as needed. Come and Item 1799 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Room Unassigned Novzari
learn the basic techniques of “flavor building” and leave with a newfound confidence M 10/8 $30
and some tasty recipes for your next Fall meal. We will cover meat and vegetarian
style soups as well as food ideas to compliment your soup. Class will be held at the oiLing youR tin man (oR woman)
Blue Willow Catering kitchen in West Seattle. Feeling achy after many hours driving or sitting at a desk? All this sitting leaves our
Item 1950 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm Off Campus Carow bodies feeling stiff, sore and achy - just like a rusty tin man. Learn three simple,
W 10/24 $49+$ 10 take-home tools to help prevent aches from happening. We’ll use our x-ray eyes
to listen to our bodies messages (aah! vs ouch!) and learn to perform tiny repair
work during the day. No special equipment or hours at the gym necessary. Your
body will fell less sore and more vital - instantly!
Item 1812 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm Room Unassigned Pagano
Sa 10/6 $29
www.southseattle.edu NoN-Credit 79
sunday moRning nia teChniQue
The Nia Technique is an empowering fitness form that blends dance, martial arts, hoMe & gardeN
and healing arts to engage our whole being - body, mind, emotions and spirit.
Done to music, semi-choreographed and fully fun, Nia is fitness that fits every home do-it-youRseLF seRies: home maintenanCe
body. www.nianow.com Sign up for the full Do-It-Yourself Series and save money while you learn valuable
Item 1830 9:00 am - 10:00 am Off Campus Tinker new skills.
Su (4 sessions) 9/30 - 10/21 $49 Item 1769 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Room Unassigned
Th (4 sessions) 10/4 - 10/25 $125 + $10
the nia teChniQue
The Nia Technique is an empowering fitness form that blends dance, martial arts, do it youRseLF: tuning uP youR house
and healing arts to engage our whole being - body, mind, emotions and spirit. Get your house ready for Winter with this class designed to help both the new ho-
Done to music, semi-choreographed and fully fun, Nia is fitness that fits every meowner and seasoned do-it-yourselfer with tips on household safety, earthquake
body. www.nianow.com preparedness, energy-saving tips and more. Participants will also learn how to find
Item 1831 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Off Campus Bettendorf the right tool for the job, and how to use them safely for a variety of home repairs
TTh (8 sessions) 9/25 - 10/18 $85 and maintenance. As a bonus, your instructor will offer lists of jobs to do monthly,
quarterly and yearly, as well as weekend jobs to get you going right away.
Rise and shine yoga Item 1770 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Room Unassigned Orr
Practicing yoga in the morning contributes to a focused but relaxed day. Start your Th 10/4 $39
mornings with flow yoga to invigorate your body and stimulate your mind.
Item 1663 6:30 am - 7:30 AM Off Campus Ferwerda, Leisha home do it youRseLF: eLeCtRiCaL
TTh (8 sessions) 10/2 - 10/25 $100 Need an outlet on the side wall? Wondering how to make sense of your fuse box?
Item 1640 6:30 am - 7:30 AM Off Campus Ferwerda In this class, you’ll learn how to label circuits, use voltage testers, safely change
ThT (8 sessions) 11/1 - 11/29 (no class 11/22) $100 worn outlets and switches and much more. You’ll also cover the basic terminology
of electrical work, from junction box to ground fault interrupter. Your instructor will
yoga: intRoduCtion to FLow yoga also discuss larger jobs, and give you tips on doing it yourself, as well as knowing
Flow Yoga has become popular for its focus on movement and creativity. Learn the when it’s time to call a contractor.
basic postures, breathing technique, and transition sequences that will help you to Item 1771 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Room Unassigned Ray
feel comfortable and strong practicing Flow Yoga, also called Vinyasa Yoga. Classes Th 10/11 $39
held at 8 Limbs West Seattle which has a friendly and non-competitive environment,
a great place to start your yoga practice or deepen your understanding. home do it youRseLF: PLumBing
Item 1661 7:30 pm - 8:45 pm Off Campus McGrew Is that drip driving you crazy? This hands-on class will walk you through toilet and
M (6 sessions) 10/1 - 11/5 $75 faucet repair, wax ring replacement, faucet removal and installation and caulking.
You instructor will also discuss larger jobs, and give you tips on doing it yourself,
as well as knowing when it’s time to call a contractor.
heaLthCare ProFeSSioNaL traiNiNg Item 1772 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Room Unassigned Mullens
Th 10/18 $39
administRatiVe mediCaL sPeCiaList with mediCaL BiLLing & Coding
This class imparts a working knowledge of medical billing, reimbursement, home do-it-youRseLF: get CoLoR!
and the national diagnostic and procedural coding systems. Textbooks and Join the newest DIY class in the series! This fun, hands-on class will explore color
an introduction to medical office billing software are included.This program theory and the specifics of paint brands from a designer’s perspective. Apply your
provides training on medical billing software as well as preparation for the Certified new knowledge by designing your own color palette and specifications for an interior
Coding Associate (CCA) national certification exam. This course is for individuals space and your home’s exterior too.
interested in learning job skills for medical office opportunities. All materials including Item 1767 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Room Unassigned Lauderback
student verion of medical billing softtware included. (150300 hours) To register, view Th 10/25 $39 + $10
a course demo or get full descriptions go to www.gatlineducation.com/southced.
Financing available through Gatlin Education. ConQueRing oFFiCe CLutteR
ONLINE $1397995 Is your desk buried in paper? Has that paper started to move to piles on the floor?
So you hear the phone ringing, but can’t find it? Would you love to have an organized
mediCaL tRansCRiPtion work space, but don’t know where to begin? We’ll work on developing systems to
This online program provides students with a working knowledge of medical organize the piles on your desk now and start a mind-shift for you to avoid piles in
terminology as well as proficiency in the transcription of medical reports. Medi- the future. Learn to implement permanent changes to conquer the clutter and put
cal Transcriptionists work with pharmacists, therapists, technicians, nurses, your office to work for you!
social workers, psychologists, chiropractors, medical doctors, and many others. Item 1545 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Room Unassigned Marsh
Transcriber and all materials included. (160 240 hours) To register, view a course Sa 10/13 $39
demo or get full descriptions go to www.gatlineducation.com/southced. Financing
available through Gatlin Education. ReCLaiming youR gaRage
ONLINE $1595 Has your garage become out of control? Opening the door, are you facing a disar-
ray of sports equipment, tools, luggage, automotive and home repair items? And,
mediCaL teRminoLgy: a woRd assoCiation aPPRoaCh what about all the other miscellaneous stuff which finds its way to your garage? In
This course teaches medical terminology according to each body system. Mul- this class, you will not only get things organized for summer, but you’ll get tips on
tiple graphics, study tips and unusual facts make for a most enjoyable course. keeping it that way. Soon, even the car will fit into your garage!
Two lessons are released online each week for six weeks. Start dates are 8/15, Item 1562 9:00 am - 12:00 pm Room Unassigned Marsh
9/19, 10/17, 11, 14 Visit www.LearnAtSouth.org for more information. Sa 10/6 $39
home PRoJeCt gaRden design
adVanCed hosPitaL Coding and CCs Add value to your home. Learn how to make your own plans, work with plants
This two-part Advanced Hospital Coding course prepares students to take creatively and design for outdoor living. This course is designed for both begin-
the American Health Information Management Association’s (AHIMA) official ning and experienced gardeners. Great for couples too. The fourth and last night
certification exam to become a Certified Coding Specialist (CCS). Students is devoted to your project and plans, followed by a Saturday morning nursery visit
will have the opportunity to interact with their mentor/expert tutor and fellow stu- to learn planting design.
dents from all over the country whenever they want to share their learning and Item 1573 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm Room Unassigned Rice
professional experiences. (80 hours) To register, view a course demo or get full M (4 sessions) 9/24 - 10/15 $99
descriptions go to www.gatlineducation.com/southced. Financing available through
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CamPus FaLL tRee touR itaLian: adVanCed
Join SSCC horticulture faculty member, Van Bobbitt, on a tour of campus trees. ee For students who have previously studied Italian. Participants will further conversation
maples, oaks, sweetgums, and many more in their autumn glory. Get advice on skills in an informal, supportive setting as well as continue learning more grammar.
what to plant in your garden for fall color. Meet at the Clock Tower. We’ll end up at Class taught by a native speaker.
Olympic Hall for refreshments. Dress for the weather - we’ll go rain or shine! Item 1620 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm Room Unassigned Moschella
M 10/15 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm Clock Tower Bobbitt W (8 sessions) 10/3 - 11/21 $135
onLine itaLian: instant itaLian
iPodS Two lessons are released online each week for six weeks. Start dates are 8/15,
9/19, 10/17, 11, 14 Visit www.LearnAtSouth.org for more information.
iPods and itunes - BasiCs
Are you just getting started with your new iPod? Have you had an iPod for a while
and still don’t quite understand it? Find out how to manage and enjoy your music in SPaNiSh
iTunes and on your iPod. This course will cover loading music from your CDs, buying
sPanish FoR Fun & tRaVeLeRs
music online, listening to podcasts, playing your music in the car or on your home
Planning a trip to a Spanish speaking country? This class emphasizes speaking,
stereo and organizing your library in iTunes. We’ll also discuss other capabilities
but includes reading, writing, and understanding the language. Course is geared
of the iPod, such as photos, videos, calendar and contacts.
toward the adult student seeking control of a foreign language for practical applica-
Item 1936 9:30 am - 12:30 pm Room Unassigned Crandell
tion. Cultural, historical and social points of interest are also presented along with
Sa 11/10 $39
vocabulary and useful phrases. Class taught by native speaker. Text book available
at the SSCC bookstore.
Item 1601 5:15 pm - 7:00 pm Room Unassigned Michalak
LaNgUage W (9 sessions) 10/3 - 11/28 $135
intRo to ameRiCan sign Language sPanish: 1
An introductory course in American Sign Language (ASL) and the deaf culture. You This beginning class includes pronunciation, basic expressions, cultural readings,
will learn how to converse in ASL by learning cultural information, grammar and elementary grammar, and an emphasis on modern, practical vocabulary.
basic vocabulary; with hands on practice culminating in the ability to tell a story in Item 1600 7:15 pm - 9:00 pm Room Unassigned Michalak
ASL. Materials fee paid to instructor. W (9 sessions) 10/3 - 11/28 $135
Item 1613 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Room Unassigned Moe-Short
M (5 sessions) 10/1 - 10/29 $89+$10 sPanish: 1
This beginning class includes pronunciation, basic expressions, cultural readings,
FRenCh FoR Fun & tRaVeLeRs elementary grammar, and an emphasis on modern, practical vocabulary. Class is
This course is geared for people who want to have some fun learning French or taught by native speaker.
plan to travel to France or a French-speaking country. Learn the most frequently Item 1606 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm Room Unassigned Alvarado
used expressions needed for travel to use in various situations. Your instructor will Th (8 sessions) 10/9 - 11/27 $135
share her experience with the French culture and customs.
Item 1611 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Room Unassigned Gaillard sPanish: 2
M (7 sessions) 10/22 - 12/10 (no class 11/12) $129 Presentation of additional grammatical principles including agreement of adjectives
and nouns, present tense of er and ir verbs and some irregular verbs, the Span-
onLine FRenCh: Beginning FRenCh ish contractions, tener expressions, contrast in uses of ser and estar and saber
Two lessons are released online each week for six weeks. Start dates are 8/15, and conocer. Present tense of some stem-changing verbs, and comparative and
9/19, 10/17, 11/14 Visit www.LearnAtSouth.org for more information. superlative forms; continuation of vocabulary building and cultural readings. Item
ONLINE $89 1602 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Room Unassigned Staff
Th (8 sessions) 10/4 - 11/29 (no class 11/22) $135
thai Language FoR Fun and tRaVeLing
Planning to travel to Thailand? Enjoy Thai culture and food? This fun filled class sPanish: 3
will give you an introduction to the language and culture. Class taught by native Continuation of presentation of grammatical principles and emphasis on vocabulary
speaker who will share food, songs and dance as part of the class. Text book: and culture. Students participate in more diverse conversational situations, and to
Colloquial Thai. read, write and speak using the past tenses.
Item 1610 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Room Unassigned Maksirisombat Item 1603 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Room Unassigned Staff
Th (9 sessions) 10/11 - 12/13 (no class 11/22) $135 M (8 sessions) 10/1 - 11/26 (no class 11/12) $135
itaLiaN onLine sPanish: thRee oPtions-- sPeed sPanish i, ii, iii
Two lessons are released online each week for six weeks. Start dates are 8/15,
itaLian FoR Fun & tRaVeLeRs 9/19, 10/17, 11/14 Visit www.LearnAtSouth.org for more information.
Taking a trip to Italy? Do you want to converse with relatives and friends? Learn ONLINE $89
basic grammar, pronunciation and vocabulary that will help you navigate daily situ-
ations. Gain an introduction to Italian culture, food and traveling tips. This class
offers a solid base for further study in Italian. Class taught by native speaker. The MUSiC & PerForMaNCe
text book is available at SSCC bookstore
Item 1619 6:45 pm - 8:45 pm Room Unassigned Moschella
aCting with PuRPose
W (8 sessions) 10/3 - 11/21 $135
Discover your creative process for the craft of acting! Learn how to discover dynamic
choices in every scene to really make your performances pop. Perfect for the begin-
ner or someone who’s a little rusty. Discover how to use the fourth wall and not just
This beginning class includes essential grammar, pronunciation and modern practi-
hide behind it. Explore scene analysis and how to put it into action. Along with some
cal vocabulary. Class is taught by a native speaker and will include introduction to
light movement-based training and group dynamic exercises, the class will be split
Italian culture as well as to the language.
into partners with scenes that will culminate in a final presentation.
Item 1615 7:15 pm - 9:00 pm Room Unassigned Moschella
Item 1680 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm Room Unassigned Hyatt
T (9 sessions) 10/2 - 11/27 $135
Sa (4 sessions) 10/6 - 10/27 $75
itaLian: 2 Continuing the BasiCs
Continuing the basics, enrich your vocabulary practicing verbs in culturally appropri-
ate contexts. Class is taught by a native speaker.
Item 1616 5:15 pm - 7:00 pm Room Unassigned Moschella
T (9 sessions) 10/2 - 11/27 $135
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Learn to play the guitar by starting with the fundamentals of music. We’ll learn not reCreatioN
only the technical aspects of playing the guitar, but also the skills needed to move
forward with music in general. Whether you want to learn to play guitar favorites, or eLLiott Bay sea KayaK exPLoRation
have aspirations to play in a band someday, this is the class for you! Join us for a fall sea kayak exploration of Elliott Bay and the Alki Peninsula as we
Item 1629 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm RSB 80 Stone scout for curious harbor seals and migrating sea birds. No experience is necessary,
W (8 sessions) 10/10 - 11/28 $99 and this outing will be designed as an introduction for those interested in learning
more about sea kayaking. After about 30 minutes on the beach fitting equipment
Community ChoiR and discussing sea conditions and kayak handling we will launch towards the mouth
Perform the finest literature for large choral ensemble. Meets one evening weekly with of the Duwamish River and tuck into some seldom seen waters before heading
concert performance opportunities. May also be taken for credit. For more information around toward Alki Beach and views of the city and Olympic peaks.
please call 206-768-6450. No audition required. (20 clock hours available) Item 1587 10:00 am - 1:00 pm Off Campus Alki Kayak Tours
Item 1690 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm RSB 80 Herd F 10/5 $49.00
M (10 sessions) 9/24 - 12/3 (no class 11/12) $29 Item 1588 10:00 am - 1:00 pm Off Campus Alki Kayak Tours
Sa 10/6 $49
Item 1589 10:00 am - 1:00 pm Off Campus Alki Kayak Tours
NoN ProFitS F 10/12 $49
Item 1590 10:00 am - 1:00 pm Off Campus Alki Kayak Tours
Sa 10/13 $49
CReating a Fund deVeLoPment PLan
Fund development planning is critical to your organization’s ability to raise money the FoRest in youR BaCK yaRd
effectively and efficiently. A fund development plan outlines whom the organization Come outside and join us in exploring a forest right here in the city! This course
wants to fund its work, who within the organization does what to encourage dona- will teach you about native local flora and fauna, plant biology, forest ecology and
tions and by when, and why the funding is important. This course addresses what the role that forests play in our everyday lives. This exciting class includes inquiry-
a development plan is and provides an overview of the planning process based activities designed with educators in mind, as well as people seeking a better
Item 1791 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Room Unassigned Arnold understanding of our city’s forests. Class will meet at SSCC, OLY 130 at 10:00am
M (2 sessions) 10/15 - 10/22 $49
and then tour the neighboring West Duwamish Greenbelt. Please come prepared
to walk this urban gem’s somewhat rough terrain, rain or shine.
CommuniCations methods FoR oRganizations with Item 1565 10:00 am - 2:00 pm Off Campus Pacific Nature Tours
moRe moxie than money Sa 9/29 $29
The goal of this workshop is to share and stimulate ideas about how small and
mid-size organizations can get important information to their target audiences. sKagit eagLe watCh
It will highlight: real-life examples of successful low-cost communications efforts; Each year up to 300 Bald Eagles congregate in the Skagit Preserve. These
low-cost ways to increase your organization’s visibility; the importance of the com- magnificent and endangered birds are accustomed to seeing only the occasional
munications plan to guide communications activities; and practices that enhance riverboat in their protected habitat, so sightings are frequent. You’ll float calmly and
your group’s work. comfortably with other enthusiasts in astoundingly beautiful scenery, watching our
Item 1793 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm Room Unassigned Arnold National Symbol feeding on the banks, soaring above or perched only a few yards
M 10/1 $35
away. Guides are experienced eagle watchers. Trip includes a fantastic spaghetti
lunch. Map and driving directions will be provided.
Item 1582 11:00 am - 3:00 pm Off Cmapus Wildwater River Tours
PhotograPhY Sa 12/1 $79
Item 1583 11:00 am - 3:00 pm Off Campus Wildwater River Tours
how do i woRK my digitaL CameRa? Su 12/9 $79
Digital cameras are everywhere. No more need for film, should make it easier – right?
For most people, that is not the case. If you are struggling to figure out the many tieton whitewateR RaFting
settings on your new digital camera, you are not alone. This hands-on class guides Ride 16 miles of twisting, turning rapids through pine trees and towering cliffs. The
you through the many functions available on your camera. Learn not only what the Tieton, located on the eastern side of White Pass along Highway 12, is a mere
menus mean, but also how to use them correctly. Time will be spent out and about trickle of water during the summer months. However, in September, when Rimrock
on the campus to practice your new found skills with time for review in the classroom. Lake is emptied, the Tieton roars with whitewater excitement. No prior experience
Please bring your own digital camera, instruction manual, charged battery, extra is necessary, however, participants need to be at least 16 years old, in average
batteries, power cable and extra memory cards. Clock hours available. physical condition, and able to paddle with other participants and a professional
Item 1940 9:00 am - 4:00 pm Room Unassigned Blache river guide. A fantastic lunch and wet suit booties are included. Map and driving
Sa 10/27 $125 directions will be provided.
Item 1580 10:30 am - 2:30 pm Off Campus Wildwater River Tours
noRthwest LandsCaPe PhotogRaPhy Su 9/23 $79
The Pacific Northwest is abundant with stunning scenery so it’s no surprise why Item 1581 9:30 am - 2:30 pm Off Campus Wildwater River Tours
people in the Seattle area inspired to get outdoors with their cameras. This course Sa 9/29 $79
will offer insight to the world of landscape and nature photography. After revisiting the
basics of camera mechanics, we’ll move on to the topics of composition, lighting and
exposure. Students should have access to film and processing or a computer with
CD burning capabilities. A tripod and cable release are highly recommended.
Item 1681 11:00 am - 5:00 pm Room Unassigned Poster
Sa (2 sessions) 10/13 - 10/20 $125
taKe BetteR PeoPLe PiCtuRes
Are you tired of taking disappointing photos of people? Make this the year that you
learn the basics of photographing people both outside and inside. Learn how to use
basic lighting techniques to bring out your subject’s personality, and how to make
and use backdrops and props to create formal and candid photos. Soon you’ll be
taking pictures you’ll be proud to pass around! Be ready for the holidays.
Item 1937 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm Room Unassigned Lejon
W 10/17 $49
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traVeL From Dan Brown to Dennis Leanne, mysteries are hot items on today’s best-
seller lists. Using vivid examples from bestselling mystery novels, this course
in cooperation with Collette Vacations, south seattle will teach you the techniques you need to become a successful author. Topics
Community College offers a selection of trips for 2007-2008. include three-act structure, the difference between plot and story, theme, premise,
Learn more about traveling to these exciting destinations. characters and viewpoint, plus much more. Develop your original story idea and then
Come to the free slide show on tuesday, september 11 at brainstorm with the instructor and your fellow students in each lesson’s discussion
6 p.m. in oympic hall. Call to confirm attendance: (206) area. Two lessons are released online each week for six weeks. Start dates are
764-5339 or firstname.lastname@example.org. alternate travel dates 8/15, 9/19, 10/17, 11/14 Visit www.LearnatSouth.org for more information.
available. ONLINE $89
BeiJing City stay RomanCe wRiting seCRets
Spend nine days here in April with tour highlights such as THE Great Wall, Peking Learn the secrets of writing romance novels that get publishers excited. Facili-
Opera, Beijing Zoo, Rickshawand Rickshaw Tour. See this before the 2008 Olympic tated by a bestselling, multi-published romance author, this course will guide
Games. Contact CED office for complete details. Departure date: April 14, 2008. you on your road to writing your first romance and getting it published. Two
Cost: $1,699 per person double (includes airfare.) lessons are released online each week for six weeks. Start dates are 8/15, 9/19,
10/17, 11/14 Visit www.LearnatSouth.org for more information.
disCoVeR the FRenCh RiVieRa ONLINE $89
Spend 8 days in April seeing Nice, Chagall Museum, Grasse PerfumeriePerfumeries,
St. Paul De VenceVance, Ventimiglia, San Remo, St. Tropez, Cannes, Villefranche,
Rothschild Villa and Gardens Monaco. SeNior adULt edUCatioN
Contact CED office for complete details. Departure date: April 16, 2008. Cost: $2,349
per person double (includes airfare.) the senior adult education Program at south offers courses
designed specifically for older adults, on campus and
iReLand and sCotLand at community-based sites. all classes earn two credits.
Spend 13 days in April exploring Dublin, Strokestown, Donegal Glenveagh National Register in advance by phone at (206) 764-5339 or online
Park, Derry, Giant’s Causeway, Belfast, Edinburgh, Lock Lomond and ObanOman. at www.learnatsouth.org. Classes are subject to change
Contact CED office for complete details. Departure date: March 29, 2008. Cost: depending on enrollment and space availability.
$3,199 per person double (includes airfare.)
disCoVeR tusCany Learn research methods, sources of information, publications terminology, and
Spend 11 days visiting this glorious part of Italy in the spring seeing Rome, Assisi, practical guidelines for compiling your family history and genealogy. The instructor
Florence, Lucca, Siena, and Pisa. Contact CED office for complete details. Departure is a past president of the Seattle Genealogical Society.
date: March 29, 2008. Cost: $2,499 per person double (includes airfare.) Item 2095 9:30 am - 11:30 am Activity Room Little
F (10 sessions) 9/28 - 12/7 $44.40
WritiNg wRiting youR LiFe stoRy in woRds oR PiCtuRes
Whether you are documenting your life story in words, pictures or both, this class
wRite gRiPPing FiCtion offers you ideas to help you get started. Work with others, sharing ideas and stories,
Learn what makes books page turners and how to make readers care about your or simply for the fun of it.
characters and their fate. This class will motivate you to get your novel done and Item 2096 10:00 am - 12:00 pm Off Campus Rowe
teach you techniques for making your writing better, compelling and more enjoy- Th (10 sessions) 9/27 - 12/6 (no class 11/22) $44.40
able for the reader.
Item 1796 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm Room Unassigned Jacobs euRoPe Between the waRs PaRt ii:
T (6 sessions) 10/2 - 11/6 $125 how muCh was geRmany ResPonsiBLe?
What effects did WWI have on Germany? Why did its Weimar Republic last only
wRiting FoR the insaneLy Busy 14 years? How did Hitler and the Nazis impose a dictatorship there? What were
Are you having trouble finding the time to write and using the time well when you the causes and results of the second world war? We will attempt to answer these
do have it? This workshop is intended for people whose lives are already hectic, questions during the course. To help us do so, we will view several landmark films
and for procrastinators who have trouble getting the work done (or even started). including: Cabaret, The Triumph of the Will, Das Boot, Bridge on the River Kwai,
Learn techniques to help you maintain your motivation and develop a routine to Since You Went Away, Night and Fog and Hiroshima.
build momentum. We’ll also learn soem tricks for making productive use of the time Item 2097 10:00 am - 12:00 pm California Room Lockerbie
when you can’t be writing. F (10 sessions) 9/28 - 12/7 (no class 11/23) $44.40
Item 1797 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm Room Unassigned Jacobs
Sa (2 sessions) 11/3 - 11/10 $99 aaRP dRiVeR’s saFety PRogRam
Sponsored by the American Association of Retired Persons and South Seattle Com-
BeginneRs guide to getting PuBLished munity College. Adults 55 years of age and older who complete the 55 Alive Mature
If your goal is to become a published freelance writer of fiction or nonfiction Driving Course receive a discount on their automobile insurance.
for books or magazines, this comprehensive course will help you guide your 10/22 – 10/23 12:30 am – 4:00 pm CAS 110
work directly into the hands of an editor and onto the shelves of your favorite 11/26 – 11/27 12:30 am – 4:00 pm CAS 110
stores. Your success in the writing game will be determined by the amount of cred- Pre-registration is required. Call (206) 364-4706 to register and pay $10 fee at
ibility publishers attach to you and your work. If you have credibility, getting your the door.
manuscript published will no longer be a dream. Start dates are 8/15, 9/19, 10/17,
11/ 14 Visit www.LearnatSouth.org for more information.
the CRaFt oF magazine wRiting
Turn your dreams into bylines and help yourself to a bright future as a magazine
writer. If you’re a determined new writer, this class will provide you with the
skills you need to get published. Two lessons are released online each week
for six weeks. Start dates are 8/15, 9/19, 10/17, 11/ 14 Visit www.LearnatSouth.
org for more information.
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P hone D irectory
Art Gallery, 764-5337
Assessment Services (Testing), 764-5349
Beauty Center (appts.), 764-5814
Bernie's Pastry Shop, 764-5828
Brockey Center (Rental/Catering), 768-6613
Career Development Services, 764-5304
Programs of Study Child Care Center (main campus), 764-5348
CLIC (Student Success Services), 764-5326
Academic Programs, 768-6600 Contract Training, 768-6787
Accounting, 764-5394 Counseling & Advising, 764-5387
Adult Basic Education/ESL/GED, 764-5363 Cultural Center, 764-7969
APPLE Parenting, 764-5801
Development Office, 764-5809
Apprenticeship Training, 764-5350
Dining Rooms (reservations), 764-5817
Automotive Technology, 764-5391
Disability Services/Educational Support, 763-5137
Automotive Collision Repair, 764-5391
TDD message phone, 764-5845
Aviation Maintenance Technology, 764-5373 Distance Learning, 764-7930
Business Information Technology, 764-5394 Diversity and Retention, 768-6425
Career Link Academy, 764-7946 Duwamish Apprenticeship & Education Center, 764-5350
Certified Nursing Assistant, 768-6889 Financial Aid Services, 764-5317
College Preparatory, 768-6600 Foods Events Reservations, 764-7952
College Transfer/Liberal Studies, 768-6600 Foundation Office, 764-5809
Commercial Driver Training Program, 764-5314 Guidance Services, 764-5387
Computer-Aided Drafting & Design, 768-5394 Information Desk, 768-6684
Computing Technology, 764-5365 International Programs, 764-5360
Continuing Education, 764-5339 Internship Office, 764-7935
Corrections Officer Training, 764-5835 King County Dislocated Workers Program, 764-5304
Cosmetology Program, 764-5846 Library/Instructional Resources Center, 764-5395
Culinary Arts, 764-5344 Lost and Found, 764-5332
Diesel/Heavy Equipment, 764-5391 Office of Instruction, 764-5353
Eastern Washington University, (425) 564-5100 Parking and Transportation, 763-5157
Engineering Technology, 768-6600 Pastry Special Order, 764-5818
English as a Second Language (ESL), 764-5363 President’s Office, 764-5311
Flagging and Traffic Control Certification, 768-6877 Public Relations Office, 764-5308
General Education Development (GED), 764-5363 Recreation (Campus), 768-6670
Heritage University, 764-5367 Registration, 764-7938
Home & Family Life, 764-5802 Room Rental, 768-6613
Hospitality & Service Occupations, 764-5344 Security Administration, 763-5157
Internship Program, 764-7935 Security Officer on duty, 235-0911
Industrial First Aid, 764-5350 Student Clubs, 764-5330
International Student Programs, 764-5360 Student Activities, 768-6750
Licensed Practical Nurse, 768-6654 Student Government (United Student Association), 768-6751
Landscape Horticulture, 764-5336 Student Newspaper (The Sentinel), 764-5333
Liberal Studies/College Transfer, 768-6600 Student Life, 764-5331
Medical Office Clerk, 764-5394 Student Success Services, 764-5326
Middle College High School, 768-6704 TDD (Registration), 764-5845 or use the WA State Relay Service:
NewHolly Learning Center, 768-6642 Voice, 1-800-833-6384
Nursing, 768-6654 TDD, 1-800-833-6388
Occupational Teacher/Trainer Education (OTE), 764-5339 Telebraille, 1-800-833-6385
Running Start, 764-5805 Testing (Assessment) Office, 764-5349
Senior Adult Education, 764-5339 Tours (prospective students), 764-7943
Supervision & Management (SMG), 764-5394 Transcripts, 764-7938
Tech Prep, 768-6863 Transfer Center, 768-6719 or 768-6478
Technical Education, 764-5394 TRIO Talent Search, 768-6474
Truck Driving, Commercial, 764-5314 Tutoring Services, 763-5137
Upward Bound, 768-6676 Veteran Affairs Office, 764-5811 or 768-6743
Women's Center, 768-6801
Welding Fabrication, 764-5394
Worker Retraining/WorkFirst, 768-6667
Wine Technology, 764-7942
WorkFirst Programs, 764-5835
WorkSource Affiliate, 764-5304
D irections www.southseattle.edu/campus/map.htm
South Seattle Community College Duwamish Apprenticeship & Education Center
6000 16th Avenue S.W., Seattle, WA 98106 • (206) 764-5308 6770 East Marginal Way South, Seattle, WA 98108
Metro: Bus Routes 125, 128 (206) 764-5350 • Metro: Bus Routes 174
From I-5 or Route 99 From SSCC campus
1. Take West Seattle Bridge to Delridge Way S.W. 1. South one mile on 16th Ave. S.W.
2. Drive south on Delridge Way S.W. to third light. 2. Left onto Holden Street.
3. At light, turn left onto S.W. Oregon. 3. Left onto Highland Park Way to bottom of hill.
4. Take arterial to top of hill, veering right onto 21st Ave S.W. 4. Continue through intersection.
5. Take first left turn onto Dawson, continuing onto 16th Ave. S.W. 5. Go under bridge, take right to ramp up on First Avenue
6. Follow 16th Ave. S.W. for 1/4 mile to SSCC campus on left. Bridge.
Northbound from South Suburbs 6. Stay in right lane and exit onto Michigan Street
1. At Southcenter, exit to Highway 518 West. 7. Turn right at end of ramp to E. Marginal Way.
2. Follow 518 West to Burien, where it becomes S.W. 148th. 8. Drive one and a half blocks to Duwamish Center (on
3. Continue on S.W. 148th to Ambaum Blvd., turning right onto Ambaum.
4. Drive straight north six miles on Ambaum/16th S.W. to SSCC campus. North- or Southbound from I-5
Michigan-Corson Exit (Off I-5, North or Southbound) 1. Take Michigan-Corson exit (#162).
1. Michigan-Corson exit. 2. Go straight ahead on Corson Avenue to second light.
2. Right onto S. Michigan St. 3. Turn right on E. Marginal Way S.
3. Follow Michigan to 1st Ave. Bridge, taking ramp onto bridge. 4. Drive a half block to Duwamish Center (on right).
4. Take FIRST exit (W. Marginal Way/South Park).
5. Right at end of ramp; left at signal. NewHolly Learning Center
6. Left at Highland Park Way (up the hill).
7. Take first right turn onto Holden, continuing to16th Ave. S.W. 7058 32nd Ave S., Second Floor of NewHolly Learners Bldg.
8. Right onto 16th Ave. S.W., follow north one mile to SSCC campus.
Metro: Bus Route 36
From Northbound I-5 at Southcenter Driving from I-5 Southbound
1. Take Exit 156 to Northbound Hwy. 599/Tukwila/W. Marginal. 1. Take the Albro/Swift Exit (#161)
2. Hwy. 599 turns into Hwy 99. At stoplight after 5 miles, go straight 2. Go to light and turn left on Albro Place
(W. Marginal Way/Burien). 3. Turn right on Swift Ave. S
3. Go under bridge, continue through signals and straight up Highland 4. Follow Swift Ave. S until it turns into Myrtle St.
Park Way to top of hill. 5. Cross Beacon Ave. S. and turn left on 32nd Ave. S.
4. At first right turn onto Holden, continuing to 16th Ave.
5. Turn right onto 16th Ave. S.W., follow north one mile to SSCC on right. Driving from I-5 Northbound
1. Take the Albro/Swift Exit (#161).
2. Turn right at the light onto Swift Ave. S. (See directions #4 above)
Visitors may park for up to 45 minutes for $0.25, using the visitor
spaces along the RSB driveway or general parking areas. For
more details, see pages 10-11.
Transportation Schedule Information
METRO schedules and maps are available in the Library. For the
latest information call Metro at (206) 553-3000, use the TTY line
at (206) 684-1739, or visit http://transit.metrokc.gov.
& EDUCATION CENTER
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SOUTH -Fall 2007
6000 16th Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98106-1499 - (206) 764-5300
Main Campus Concourse Eastern Washington University/Heritage University
Chinese MS1 UNI
Garden Fitness Center P
Smoking Shelters Pay Phone
LHO Continuing Ed
TEC CAS Brockey
Garden FSA Center
ABR Retail General
North Clock Tower
Arboretum Parking Parking Parking
Shop RSB LIB
Gazebo HDM Bike Racks P
P Pay Phone
Attendant Staff CCC
Mail Box Parking
Information/Registration Bus Stop
Bus Stop Stairs Bus Stop
16th Avenue Southwest
Bus Stop Bus Stop
ABE, GED, ESL Office .............................. RSB Home & Family Life ................................... RAH
Academic Center ........................................ UNI Human Resources ..................................... RSB
Admissions ................................................ RSB Information Desk ....................................... RSB
Alhadeff Grill .............................................. CAB International Programs .............................. RSB
APPLE Parenting ...................................... RAH IT/Computer Services ................................ RSB
Art Gallery.................................................. JMB Liberal Studies...... ...................................... UNI
Art Labs ..................................................... RSB Library/Instructional Resource Center ......... LIB
Assessment/Testing Office ........................ RSB Little Theater.............................................. RAH
Beauty Center............................................ CAS Lost & Found ............................................. JMB
Bernie's Pastry Shop ................................. CAS Math Lab.................................................... RSB
Bookstore .................................................. JMB Media Labs .................................................. LIB
Business/Administrative Office .................. RSB
Café Alki .................................................... CAB
Meeting Rooms ......................................... JMB
Middle College High Schoo ....................... RAH
Buildings on Campus
Cafeteria .................................................... CAB Music Rooms/Labs .................................... RSB ABR Automotive Collision Repair
Career Link Academy ................................ RAH Nursing ...................................................... RAH AMT Aviation Maintenance
Career Development Services................... RSB Office of Instruction.................................... RSB AUT Automotive Technology
Cash Machine............................................ JMB Pastry Lab ..................................................PBA AVT Classrooms/Composite Lab
Cashiers .................................................... RSB President’s Board Room............................ RSB CAB Culinary Arts
Child Care Center ......................................CCC President’s Office ...................................... RSB CAS Cascade Court
CLIC ......................................................... RSB Professional/Technical Programs Office .... TEC CCC Child Care Center & Preschool
College Transfer ......................................... UNI Public Information ...................................... RSB FSA FSA T&D Kitchen, in CAB
Computer Lab .............................................. LIB Registration/Admissions ............................ RSB HDM Heavy Duty Diesel
Continuing Education .................................OLY Security and Parking ................................. RSB JMB Jerry Brockey Center
Copy Center ................................................ LIB Student Government/Programs ................. JMB LHO Landscape Horticulture
Counseling & Advising ............................... RSB Student Life ............................................... JMB LIB Library
Cultural Center .......................................... JMB Student Newspaper ................................... JMB MPB Class Rooms
Development Office/SSCC Foundation ..... RSB Student Success Services ......................... RSB MS1 Class Rooms
Dining Rooms ............................................ CAB Teaching & Demonstration Kitchen ........... CAB OLY Olympic Hall
Distance Learning........................................ LIB Teaching & Learning Center ........................ LIB PBA Pastry Lab
Diversity & Retention Office....................... RSB Technology Center..................................... TEC RSB Robert Smith Building
Eastern Washington University................... UNI Tech Prep .................................................. TEC RAH Rainier Hall
Educational Support Services ................... RSB Testing ....................................................... RSB TEC Technology Center
Financial Aid .............................................. RSB Transcript Evaluations ............................... RSB UNI University Center
Fitness Center ...........................................MPB Transfer Center .......................................... UNI WWB Wine Technology
Garden Center ........................................... LHO TRIO Talent Search ................................... RAH (Northwest Wine Academy; Welding
General Studies ......................................... RSB Tutor Center .............................................. RSB P Parking Permit Kiosk
Heritage University ..................................... UNI T.V. Studio ................................................... LIB
Copy Center Distance Learning
Business/Administrative Office Teaching & Learning Center
Human Resources Media Lab
Public Information T.V. Studio
Faculty Offices Restrooms
Rooms 160 - 191 Rooms
152 - 159
192 - 197 UPSTAIRS
Math Lab - LIB 203
Writing Center - LIB 205
Worker Music Labs
Retraining Rooms 80-89
IT Services (Staff) International Courtyard & Testing Internships
Rooms 72, 76 Room 79
Disability Support Registration/Admissions Student Success Services
Information CLIC -
(MAST) Counseling and Advising Collaborative Learning
Math & President’s Office Financial Aid & Instruction Center
Art Labs Tutoring Office of Instruction Cashiers Rooms 41 - 62
President’s Boardroom Security/Parking Rooms 66, 67
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