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Columbia Basin College

FALL quarter 2010

September 20 – December 9

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Table Of Contents
Phone Directory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Hours of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Calendar/Important Dates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Getting Started Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Financial Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Refund/Withdrawal Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Grading System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Social Security Number Disclosure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Emergency Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Records and Transcripts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Gold Card . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 Online Registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Degree Options . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Small Business Development Center (SBDC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Institute For Professional Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Intramurals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Worker Retraining . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Finals Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13 Campus Map (Pasco) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Fire Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . First Year Introduction for Trades . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . French CCN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . General Engineering CCN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Geography . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Geology CCN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Health Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Health Information Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . High School Equivalency Program (HEP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . History CCN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Human Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Human Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Industrial Drawing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Intercultural Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Japanese CCN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Machine Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mathematics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mathematics CCN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Medical Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Medical Imaging Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Music . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Music CCN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nuclear Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nursing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nursing Assistant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nutrition & Food CCN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Parent Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Philosophy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Philosophy CCN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Phlebotomy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Physical Education Professional . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Physical Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Physics CCN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Political Science CCN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Psychology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Psychology CCN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Radiologic Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Reading . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Seniors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sociology CCN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Spanish . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Spanish CCN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Surgical Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Theatre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Theatre CCN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vocational ESL (VESL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Welding Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Women’s Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 30 30 30 30 30 31 31 31 31 32 32 32 32 32 32 33 33 35 36 36 37 37 37 38 38 38 38 39 39 39 39 39 41 41 41 41 42 42 44 44 44 44 44 44 45 45 45 46

Credit classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Adult Basic Education (ABE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Accounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Administrative Office Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Agricultural And Industrial Equipment Technology . . . . . . . . Agricultural Food Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Anthropology CCN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Art CCN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Astronomy CCN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Automotive Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Biology CCN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Business CCN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chemistry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Chemistry CCN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Communication Studies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Communication Studies CCN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Computer Applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Computer Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Computer Science CCN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Criminal Justice . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Criminal Justice CCN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dental Hygiene . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Diagnostic Ultrasound Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Early Childhood Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Economics CCN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Education CCN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Emergency Medical Technician . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Emergency Medical . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Engineering Technology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . English . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . English CCN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . English as a Second Language (ESL) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Environmental Science CCN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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Apprenticeship classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 47 Community Education classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48 Distance Learning classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49 Fast Track classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56 Weekend classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57 Workshop classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59 WorkSource classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60

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Phone Directory / Hours of Operation
Columbia Basin College
* Admissions/Registration . . . . . . . . (509) 542-4524 . . . . . . . . . 7:30am - 6:00pm, Monday 7:30am - 4:30pm, Tuesday - Thursday 7:30am - noon, Friday Transcripts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (509) 542-4403 * Assessment Center . . . . . . . . . . (509) 542-4860 Athletics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (509) 542-4369 Bookstore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (509) 542-4893 . . . . . . . . . 7:30am - 7:00pm, Monday – Thursday 7:30am - 12:30pm, Friday Cafeteria . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (509) 542-4826 . . . . . . . . . 6:30am - 2:00pm, Monday – Thursday 7:30am - 1:00pm, Friday CAMP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (509) 542-4602 Cashier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (509) 546-0419 . . . . . . . . . 7:30am - 6:00pm, Monday 7:30am - 4:30pm, Tuesday - Thursday 7:30am - noon, Friday

(509) 547-0511

7:30am - 4:30pm, Monday – Friday

(Open Tuesdays until 6:00pm the first two weeks of each quarter only)

Campus Security . . . . . . . . . After hours cell phone . . . . . * Career and Employment Services Center Employment Security . . . . . . WorkFirst . . . . . . . . . . . Worker Retraining . . . . . . . Chase Center . . . . . . . . . . . * Counseling/Student Development . . Continuing Education . . . . . . . Resource Center . . . . . . . . . . TTY . . . . . . . . . . . . . Esvelt Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . * Financial Aid . . . . . . . . . . . Veterans’ Services . . . . . . . . Fitness Center . . . . . . . . . .

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First Year Introduction . . . . . . . . Intramural/Wellness program . . . . . KIOSK hours of operation . . . . . . . Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . * New Student Center . . . . . Outreach office . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . President’s office . . . . . . Student Success & Engagement . * Student Support Services . . . Switchboard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Tutor Center . . . . . . . . . . . . Small Business Development Center . . .

. (509) 542-4819 . (509) 521-4599 . (509) 542-4875 . (509) 542-4718 . (509) 542-4719 . (509) 542-4446 . (509) 542-5600 or (509) 542-5613 . (509) 542-5505 . (509) 542-4806 . (509) 542-5525 . (509) 546-0400 . (509) 542-4864 or (509) 542-5531 . (509) 542-5504 . (509) 542-4579 . (509) 542-4418 . . . . . . . . . 6:00am - 6:00pm, Monday – Thursday 6:00am - 5:00pm, Friday 8:00am - noon, Saturday; closed Sunday . (509) 542-4390 . (509) 542-4828 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6:30am - 9:00pm, Tuesday – Friday 6:30am Saturday – 9pm Monday . (509) 542-4887 . . . . . . . . . Call or visit columbiabasin .edu/library for hours of operation . . (509) 542-4805 . (509) 542-4423 or (509) 542-4530 . or (509) 542-4521 . (509) 542-4802 . (509) 542-4823 or (509) 542-4828 . (509) 542-4713 . (509) 547-0511, ext . 0 . . . . . . 7:00am - 5:00pm, Monday – Thursday 7:00am - 4:30pm, Friday . (509) 542-4676 . . . . . . . . . Call or visit columbiabasin .edu/tutor for hours of operation . . (509) 735-6222

* Please call for hours of operation.
Columbia Basin College complies with the spirit and letter of state and federal laws, regulations and executive orders pertaining to civil rights, equal opportunity and affirmative action. CBC does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, color, national origin, religion, age, marital status, physical, mental or sensory disability, sexual orientation or Vietnam veteran status in its educational programs or employment. Questions may be referred to Camilla Glatt, Vice President for Human Resources & Legal Affairs, (509) 542-5548. Individuals with disabilities are encouraged to participate in all college sponsored events and programs. If you have a disability and require an accommodation, please contact the CBC Resource Center, (509) 542-4412or TTY/TDD at (509) 546-0400. This notice is available in alternative media by request.

Community College District #19 provides equal opportunity in education and employment and does not discriminate upon the basis of race, color, national origin, sex or handicap in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1974 . Class schedules for Columbia Basin College are published quarterly by CBC . Every effort is made to provide accurate information . Policies, class and fee information contained herein, however, may have changed subsequent to the time of publication . Students are therefore advised to consult with the counseling office or with the appropriate college division for any possible corrections or revisions .

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Calendar / Important Dates
SEPTEMBER 2010
S M T W Th F Sa

5 12 19 26

6 13 20 27

7 14 21 28

1 8 15 22 29

2 9 16 23 30

3 10 17 24

4 11 18 25

May 17

Registration - This is the first day for currently registered spring students to begin registration for fall quarter . Registration priority is based on total earned credits .
(State and College employees, seniors, and those registering for ESL, ABE, and PED classes cannot register by Web Registration .)

June 1 August 11

Registration - Not currently enrolled student advising/registration Tuition due Open advising/registration First day of fall quarter LAST day to ADD a class by web and without instructor’s signature LAST day to ADD a class with instructor’s signature LAST day to receive 100% REFUND *(except Title IV recipients) LAST day to change from AUDIT to CREDIT (10th day) LAST day to receive 50% REFUND *(except Title IV recipients) HOLIDAY campus closed (no classes) LAST day to change from CREDIT to AUDIT (40th day) LAST day to WITHDRAW without receiving “0 .0” grade *(40th day) HOLIDAY campus closed (no classes) FINALS Last day of fall quarter KIOSK grades available Winter quarter classes begin

OCTOBER 2010
S M T W Th F Sa

September 13

3 10 17 24 31

4 11 18 25

5 12 19 26

6 13 20 27

7 14 21 28

1 8 15 22 29

2 9 16 23 30

September 20 September 22

September 24

October 1 October 11

NOVEMBER 2010
S M T W Th F Sa

November 11 November 16

7 14 21 28

1 8 15 22 29

2 9 16 23 30

3 10 17 24

4 11 18 25

5 12 19 26

6 13 20 27

November 24-26 December 7, 8, 9 December 9

DECEMBER 2010
S M T W Th F Sa

December 14

5 12 19 26

6 13 20 27

7 14 21 28

1 8 15 22 29

2 9 16 23 30

3 10 17 24 31

4 11 18 25

January 3

* See REFUND and WITHDRAWAL procedures on page 7

JANUARY 2011
S M T W Th F Sa

2 9 16 23 30

3 10 17 24 31

4 11 18 25

5 12 19 26

6 13 20 27

7 14 21 28

1 8 15 22 29

✔ Required for priority advising and registration! ✔ Plan ahead! Get the RIGHT information! ✔ Call CBC at (509) 542-4805

New Student Advising and Registration

Legend:
Beginning of quarter

X X

Teaching/Learning Day Holiday-no evening classes on any holiday

X

Non-Instructional Day Student Success Day

X

Finals

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Getting Started Information Admissions

Students are required to submit an Application for Admissions before enrolling at Columbia Basin College . Degree and certification seeking students and those wishing to transfer to another college must follow the admissions process outlined below . Students enrolling for purposes other than those listed below, please contact the Admissions office at (509) 542-4524 .  New students (including transfer students with less than 15 credits) must complete and submit an Admissions Application to the New Student Center . A nonrefundable admissions fee must be submitted with all new applications . For assistance with the admissions process, students should contact the New Student Center at (509) 542-4805 .  Returning students will be required to update their admissions information or complete a new Admissions Application . Contact the Admissions office at (509) 542-4524 for assistance with the admissions process . Students returning after an absence of more than four consecutive quarters must complete and submit an Admissions Application . A nonrefundable admissions fee must be paid with all new applications . Contact the Testing Center at (509) 542-4860 .  Transfer students (with 15 or more credits) must complete and submit an Admissions Application to Admissions/Registration . A nonrefundable admissions fee must be submitted with all new applications . For assistance with the admissions process, students should contact Admission/Registration at (509) 542-4524 .  Residency Requirements A resident student is one who is a U .S . citizen and has met specific requirements to demonstrate permanent residence in the state of Washington .* Permanent residence in the state of Washington is evidenced by physical presence in the state as well as having a sufficient number of permanent Washington documents . Documentation should be dated one year and one day prior to the commencement of the quarter for which a student is applying for residency status . These documents can include: • Voter’s registration • Washington state driver’s license • Car registration • Bank accounts • Federal Tax Return (required) Students wishing to change their residency classification must complete a residency questionnaire and provide necessary documentation . Application for reclassification prior to registration into classes is preferred . Application for a change in classification will be accepted up to the 30th calendar day from the start of the quarter . Applications made after the 30th day are reviewed for the next quarter . The burden of proof that a student, parent, or legally appointed guardian has established a domicile in the state of Washington primarily for purposes other than education lies with the student .

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Orientation (SOAR)/Advising

 New/transfer students (with less than 15 credits) must complete Student Orientation to Advising and Registration (SOAR) . Students will learn about CBC resources, receive general advising information, and register for classes . To learn how to complete SOAR, please visit columbiabasin .edu/soar or call (509) 542-4805 . Note: transfer students must bring an unofficial copy of their transcript to their SOAR session.  Returning/transfer students (15 or more credits) are encouraged to meet with a counselor or educational planner for academic advising and assistance with registration . To schedule an appointment, contact the Counseling Center at (509) 542-5505 . Note: transfer students must bring an unofficial copy of their transcript to their advising appointment.  Reciprocity Agreement Washington Community and Technical Colleges (CTCs) offer reciprocity to students transferring within the CTC system who are pursuing the Direct Transfer Agreement (DTA) degree or the Associate in Sciences – Transfer (AS-T) degree . Students who completed an individual course that met distribution degree requirements or fulfilled entire areas of their degree requirements at one college will be considered to have met those same requirements if they plan to complete the same degree when they transfer to another community or technical college in Washington . These degree requirements include communication skills, quantitative skills, or distribution requirements, or either the DTA or AS-T degree at Columbia Basin College . Students must initiate the review process and must be prepared to provide necessary documentation to both the sending and receiving institution . Students will be required to fulfill a minimum of 30 credits of degree applicable course work at Columbia Basin College and must be continuously enrolled as defined under the Catalog Option Policy in the current CBC catalog . For procedural information, contact the CBC Admissions and Registration department at (509) 542-4524 or refer to the Reciprocity Policy and Procedure .

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Students may register using Web Registration located at KIOSK from Columbia Basin College’s website at columbiabasin .edu/kiosk (refer to Online Registration worksheet in this schedule) or by completing a registration form at the Admissions/Registration office on the Pasco campus . Degree and certificate seeking students (including Running Start) must register for the mandatory 12-hour transition workshop . All new students who attend SOAR will register for FYI during their scheduled session . Students must take FYI during their first quarter . Students who do not pass FYI will be required to meet with a counselor/educational planner and complete HDEV 100: College Success Strategies (3 credits), no later than their second quarter in order to continue their education at CBC . If you have further questions, call (509) 542-4390 .

Registration

First Year Introduction (FYI)

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* For further information, contact the Admissions/Registration Services department at (509) 542-4401 .

Students who have not yet successfully completed a college -level English composition or math course will be required to complete the COMPASS prior to enrolling in an English and/or math course . Note that students will need to pay the testing fees prior to taking the placement test .  New students should contact the New Student Center at (509) 5424805 .  Returning students should contact the Testing Center at (509) 5424860 .

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Financial Information Payment
See calendar on page 4 for payment schedule .

Checks returned because of stop payment or insufficient funds will be charged the current service fee and will result in further collection processes.
The State Board for Community and Technical Colleges will set the 2010-2011 Tuition and Fee rates once the budget is passed by the State Legislature . The new rates will be published on CBC’s website at columbiabasin .edu for both Lower Division Courses and Upper Division Courses in Applied Baccalaureate as soon as they are available .
WA Resident Per Credit Charges State Tuition & Fees CBC Technology Fee CBC Comprehensive Fee Per Credit Per Quarter Charges Student Auditorium Fee Total Charges Per Credit 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Per Credit Over 18 80 .10 3 .00 1 .65 84 .75 17 .50 102 .25 187 .00 271 .75 356 .50 441 .25 526 .00 610 .75 695 .50 780 .25 865 .00 898 .50 932 .00 965 .50 999 .00 1032 .50 1064 .35 1096 .20 1128 .05 1201 .05 1274 .05 1347 .05 1420 .05 1493 .05 73 .00 Non WA Resident Open Fee Waiver 113 .10 3 .00 1 .65 117 .75 17 .50 135 .25 253 .00 370 .75 488 .50 606 .25 724 .00 841 .75 959 .50 1077 .25 1195 .00 1228 .50 1262 .00 1295 .50 1329 .00 1362 .50 1394 .35 1426 .20 1458 .05 1564 .05 1670 .05 1776 .05 1882 .05 1788 .05 106 .00 Non U .S . Resident International F-1 Visa 252 .10 3 .00 1 .65 256 .75 17 .50 274 .25 529 .00 784 .75 1040 .50 1296 .25 1552 .00 1807 .75 2063 .50 2319 .25 2575 .00 2612 .50 2650 .00 2687 .50 2725 .00 2762 .50 2798 .35 2834 .20 2870 .05 3115 .05 3360 .05 3605 .05 3850 .05 4095 .05 245 .00

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If you have not yet completed the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA), you should do so immediately . Applicants must have all requested information submitted to the Student Financial Services office by April 8, 2010*, in order to determine financial aid eligibility for fall quarter 2010 . Applications received after the April 8,* deadline will be reviewed to determine eligibility in the order received . All late applicants should be prepared to pay for tuition, fees, and books should eligibility not be determined by appropriate due dates . The FAFSA application is available by calling 1-800-433-3243 or online at www .fafsa .gov . Once you have applied for financial aid, you may check your status at columbiabasin .edu . Go to the KIOSK link, then to Financial Aid Inquiry . You will need your Student ID Number and your Pin Number (your birth date) . For additional information, call (509) 542-5504 .
*Applications will still be accepted after this date. However the eligibility may not be determined in enough time to pay tuition and fees prior to the quarter beginning. If an applicant is eligible for aid the award will be made retroactive.

Student Financial Services

Fall Tuition & Fees Are Due

August 11, 2010
Tuition after this date is due at the time of registration . There is a $27 .20 credit card call-in fee . Students who do not pay on time may be removed from classes and will be assessed a $20 drop fee .

The above schedule of tuition and fees includes comprehensive and technology fees as well as special fees levied by the Associated Student Body of Columbia Basin College. Special course and/or laboratory fees may apply to certain courses and will result additional charges. See course materials. Special Tuition Rates Course Challenge . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Preschool Co-operatives/Parent Education . . . . High School Completion (including non-resident) . Industrial First Aid (1 credit) . . . . . . . . . . . Journeyman (up to 2 credits) . . . . . . . . . . . ESL (English as a Second Language) . . . . . . . . ABE (Adult Basic Education) . . . . . . . . . . . GED Preparation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $16 .30 per credit . $12 .00 per credit . $12 .00 per credit . $73 .00 per credit . $73 .00 per credit . $25 per quarter . $25 per quarter . $25 per quarter

Students are encouraged to pay tuition and fees at time of registration. Please see calendar for tuition due dates . Past due accounts will be sent to collection .

STEPP: Student Tuition Easy Pay Plan A payment plan is offered for students who want to spread their tuition into three monthly installments (two for summer) . The first payment is always due on tuition due date or at the time of registration (whichever is later) . There is a $20 quarterly enrollment fee to participate in STEPP . For more information, visit columbiabasin .edu/stepp or see the cashier . Enrolling in STEPP must be done in person .

*The above tuition charges do not include College fees which may apply . *Students enrolled in 10 or more regular college credits will not be charged additional tuition for Parent Ed courses . Special Fees Gen’l Ed Development Level Test (GED) . . . . Placement Tests/Proctored Exams . . . . . . Nursing Test (TEAS) . . . . . . . . . . . . . Malpractice Insurance (health care programs) . Distance Learning Fee . . . . . . . . . . . . Lab/Special Course Fees (see course materials) Lab/Special Course Fees (see course materials) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $75 .00 (Retake $15 .00) . $21 .50 (Retake $10 .50) . $43 .50 . $19 .00 - $30 .00 . $34 .55 per class . $11 .40 - 82 .00 per lab . $5 .00 - $15 .00 per credit

Contact the Office of Admissions and Registration for policies and procedures at (509) 542-4524 .

State Employees Tuition Waiver Program

*These fees are in addition to regular tuition and fees charged by the College and are subject to change.

Have you registered for FYI?
First Year Introduction
Mandatory 12-hour transition workshop for all new Running Start and new degree and certificate seeking students .

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Refund / Withdrawal Information
(Please see Administrative Policy Manual for full text of policy.)
CBC will refund tuition and refundable fees if official withdrawal from College or course(s) occurs within the specified time frame listed below . Certain fees are non-refundable or refundable only if withdrawal occurs prior to the first day of instruction . The “first day of instruction” is defined as the first day of scheduled classes for the quarter . “Instruction days” are Monday through Friday . “Calendar days” are all days including weekend days and holidays . If a deadline for refund falls on a weekend day or a holiday on which the College is closed, the deadline will be the next weekday that the College is open for business .

Refunds

REFUND EXCEPTIONS: 1 . Non-Refundable

Withdrawal from a course must be initiated by the student by using Web Registration, submitting a Schedule Change Form to the Registration office, or meeting with a counselor before the deadlines published in the quarterly class schedule . Students are encouraged to meet with their counselor or advisor and instructor prior to withdrawing from a class or from college . The counselor or advisor will review with the student the implications of withdrawing and other possible options . Any student receiving financial aid is advised to speak with Financial Services staff prior to withdrawing from a class, as there may be a negative impact on a student’s ability to receive financial aid in the future and the student may owe a return of funds . The institution sets final withdrawal deadlines based upon 75 percent of the scheduled class meetings . A student may withdraw from a fullterm course with no record on the transcript if the withdrawal has been processed before the 11th day of the quarter . A student withdrawing from a full-term course after the 10th day, but before the 41st day of the quarter, shall have a “W” recorded on their transcript . For summer quarter and all alternative class schedules (i .e . fast track courses), call the Registration office at (509) 542-4524 for withdrawal deadlines .

Withdrawal Policy and Procedures

The application fee is non-refundable . The auditorium fee, per-credit comprehensive fee, and lab fees are not refundable unless withdrawal occurs prior to the first day of instruction . No refund checks will be processed for credit balances that are less than $5 .00 . These refunds may be applied to future CBC charges or redeemed in cash from the Cashier’s office (cash balances permitting) . The refund policy may not apply to contract classes, continuing education classes, workshops, or other courses on special schedules . Students receiving Title IV federal financial assistance should refer to Financial Services for adding, dropping, and withdrawal policies . Federal regulations supercede CBC’s refund policy .

2 . Small Balance Refund Amount

3 . Special Courses

4 . Title IV Federal Financial Assistance

Types of withdrawals:

Warning: withdrawal may result in the student owing amounts to the Title IV program AND to CBC. Consult the Financial Services office AND the Cashier’s office before withdrawing.

❖ Student withdrawal: initiated by the student . A Petition for Exception may be submitted by the student requesting an official withdrawal after withdrawal deadlines . The petition must be submitted to the Admissions and Registration office . Circumstances for the request need to be documented . If approved, a “W” will be recorded on the transcript . ❖ Administrative withdrawal: initiated by the instructor . Withdrawal may be the result of excessive absences or, if in the instructor’s opinion, further participation in the class will be of little value to the student and/or detrimental to the best interest of the class .

REFUNDS
FULL SESSIONS
Fall, Winter, Spring

CBC will refund tuition & refundable fees if official withdrawal occurs:
up to 100% REFUND (On or Before)
5th day of the quarter

up to 50% REFUND (On or Before)
6th day of the quarter and within first 20 calendar days 4th day of the quarter and within first 15 calendar days

1 . In accordance with WAC 131-12-010, any applicant for admission to Columbia Basin College shall be admitted when, as determined by the chief administrative officer or his/her designee, such applicant: A . B . C . D . E . is competent to profit from the curricular offerings of the college; and would not, by his or her presence or conduct, create a disruptive atmosphere within the college inconsistent with the purposes of the institution; and is 18 years of age or older; or is a high school graduate; or has applied for admission under the provisions of a student enrollment program such as Running Start or a successor programor other local student enrollment options program .

Admission Rules

Summer

3rd day of the quarter

MINI-SESSIONS
Half-quarter courses

up to 100% REFUND (On or Before)
2nd day of the session

up to 50% REFUND (On or Before)
3rd day of the session and within first 10 calendar days 3rd day of the session and within first 7 calendar days 2nd day of the session and within first 5 calendar days 2nd or 3rd day of session

2 . Those students aged 16 and older who meet the provisions of Title III -- Adult Education program may enroll in certain adult basic education classes . Individuals admitted into such classes will be allowed to continue as long as they are able to demonstrate, through measurable academic progress, an ability to benefit . The college does not desire to replace or duplicate the functions of the local public school, so admission exceptions are rare . Persons may appeal for special admissions through the Office of Admissions and Registration . Criteria for granting an appeal are: competency in academic skills, ability to benefit in an adult learning environment, and unique artistic or technical talent .

Four-week courses

2nd day of the session

Three-week courses

1st day of the session

Two-week courses

1st day of the session

One-week or less courses

Before 1st day of the session

On 1st day of the session

“Student’s social security number is confidential and, under a federal law called the Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act, the college will protect it from unauthorized use . Disclosure may be authorized for the purposes of state and federal aid, Hope/ Lifetime Learning tax credits, academics, transcripts or accountability research .”

Social Security Number Disclosure

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Miscellaneous Information
Grading System
Columbia Basin College uses the decimal grading system . Quarter grades will be posted as numbers, (e .g . 3 .3 rather than traditional letter grades of A, B, C, D, and F) . A “Y” grade indicates no grade was reported . A “Z” grade will be awarded rather than a “0 .0” grade for students who do not meet minimum course requirements in buy-time options, clinicals, cooperative work educational programs, practicums, workshops, and courses numbered 99 and below (except MTH 91, 95, & ENG 99) . The decimal grading scale and the letter grade equivalents are as follows: Decimal Letter Grades Grade 4 .0 - 3 .8 A 3 .7 - 3 .5 A3 .4 - 3 .2 B+ 3 .1 - 2 .9 B 2 .8 - 2 .6 B2 .5 - 2 .3 C+ 2 .2 - 2 .0 C 1 .9 - 1 .6 C1 .5 - 1 .3 D+ 1 .2 - 1 .0 D 0 .9 - 0 .7 D0 .0 F

Records and Transcripts
The College may release certain student directory information without student consent . Such information may include student name, address, date of birth, major field of study, quarter of attendance, degrees and awards received, previously attended educational institutions, participation in activities and sports, and weight and height of members of athletic teams . The College provides to military recruiters the additional information of the student’s home telephone listing . Students who do not want their directory information released without their consent must file a Non-disclosure Request to the Admissions and Registration department . The request will be honored for one year . Students must renew their requests annually . The provisions of the Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) also establish the right of students to inspect and review their education records and provide guidelines for the correction of inaccurate or misleading data through informal and formal processes . Contact the Admissions and Registration department for details and assistance with this process . Access to academic transcripts and ability to register may be blocked if a student has not complied with College financial, academic, or disciplinary directives . Other records may also be withheld by the Security office if there is a concern about compromising a criminal investigation .

Student Access to Educational Records

In compliance with public law 101-226, the Drug Free School and Communities Act Amendment of 1989, Columbia Basin College is legally required and morally committed to the prevention of illicit drug use and abuse of alcohol by students . CBC, in compliance with federal law, is prepared to educate and inform students of the health risks associated with the use of various illicit drugs and abuse of alcohol, to refer them to counseling and treatment resources and to inform them of legal penalties for noncompliance . Assistance is available through the Counseling Center .

Drug & Alcohol Abuse

Transcripts Orders
You can now order CBC transcripts with 24/7 convenience . Columbia Basin College’s Transcript department has authorized Docufide™ to provide official transcript ordering via the web . To order official CBC transcripts: • Login to the Docufide™ secure site at www .Docufide .com or via a link through CBC’s KIOSK . • The site will walk you through placing your order, including delivery options and fees (major credit cards accepted) . • Order updates will be emailed to you, and you can also track your order online . • For more information, call (509) 542-4403 or (509) 542-4526 .

2009-2010 State Support of Higher Education Students
Pursuant to RCW 28B .76 .300 and RCW 28B .15 .0681, the approximate level of state support received by students is being provided to the colleges for your use . The following table indicates average state support by tuition category for students attending community and technical colleges for the academic year 20092010 .
Resident Undergraduate Instructional Cost per FTE Student Operating Fee Net State Support per FTE Student $6,706 $2,340 $4,366 Nonresident Undergraduate $6,706 $7,170 ---

A Gold Card is an identification card issued to senior citizens (age 60 and older), upon application . It serves as an identification card to facilitate registration and admittance to selected Columbia Basin College classes and events . Gold Card holders are eligible to enroll in CBC classes, with the exception of special-fee and self-support classes, such as those offered through Community Education . Enrollment can begin the third day of each quarter, based on space availability, on an audit basis, with no grade for the class . The basic fee is $1 .00 per class plus $1 .65 per credit, comprehensive fees and/or lab fees, if applicable, with a limit of two classes per quarter . With the exception of summer quarter, gold card holders may attend Columbia Basin College sponsored events, music and drama presentations, athletics, guest speakers, and campus entertainment at no cost . Senior Citizen Community Education classes are also available for seniors . A Gold Card cannot be used for senior classes . Please check the class schedule for fees or call Community Education at (509) 544-4988 for further information . To obtain a Gold Card, please contact Debbie Risk, Columbia Basin College, at (509) 542-4436 . Applications are available at the Pasco campus .

Gold Card

The following table indicates the amount of state supported financial aid including that provided from the local institutional financial aid fund (3½ percent) .
State Financial Aid Undergraduate Resident Undergraduate Nonresident $785* $28 Institutional Financial Aid $74** N/A

*Includes State Work Study, State Need Grant, EOG, and all other financial aid programs administered by the HECB, and four SBCTC administered programs: Work-based Learning Tuition Assistance, Opportunity Grants, Worker Retraining Financial Aid and worker Retraining Private College Funding . **Institutional financial aid is shown on an average student basis . Data are not available to allocate by student category . Institutional financial aid is not available to nonresidents . Note: Data source provided by the Higher Education Coordination Board is available upon request . If you have any questions, please contact Cynthia Torres-Jimenez at (360) 7044305 or ctjimenez@sbctc .edu .

Messages are delivered to students during class only in case of a life-threatening emergency . Messages regarding other medical emergencies are delivered between classes if possible . Due to the size of the student body and limited staff, other messages cannot be delivered . To leave an emergency message, call Security at (509) 542-4819 .

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Registration
• • Go to the schedule planner page at columbiabasin .edu/scheduleplanner On the Schedule Planner page, select the quarter you are wishing to attend along with the location you are planning to attend . Then hit the “Select Courses” button to proceed . (Note: If you are interested in taking classes in the classroom and online it is suggested that you select “All locations” in the select locations box.) The Time Grid page is designed to “reserve” times you are unable to take classes . If you wish to block out times during the week you can do so at this time and when you are done select “View Course List” at the bottom of the page . If you do not want to use the time grid feature you can simply select “View Course List” at the bottom of the page and proceed to view all times and classes available . On the Courses Offered page all the courses are listed alphabetically . If you are interested in scheduling a course, simply click on the blue highlighted prefix to the left of the class name . The course prefix you select will appear in the white box on the pink section of the page . You may select up to five classes . To see the time a class is offered and if there are openings, click the “Submit Selection” button in the pink section . Review the list and find the class times you wish to attend . (You must have course prefixes in the pink section to review class times .) • • Click the white box to select a class in the “Select” column . A check mark will appear next to each class you select and you may now click the “Register” button at the bottom of the page . On the “Registration Login” page you will enter your Student Identification Number (SID) and your Personal Identification Number (PIN), which is your 6-digit birthdate (i .e ., April 18, 1989 would be 041889) to finalize your registration for the class(es) you selected . Proceed by clicking “Register .” With successful login you will be directed to the Web Registration page and automatically registered for the classes you checked . An error screen will inform you of any reason(s) why you were unable to register for a class . Note: During peak registration periods it may take a few tries before you are able to successfully login . Be patient and continue to login or try again at a later time .

Online

Online Registration

Final Registration Steps • • • • Double check the registration information . To return to course selection, simply click the “Return to Main Menu” button . To print your schedule, click the “finish” button and then “View My Schedule .” For assistance, please contact the Registration office at (509) 542-4524 .

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Degree Options
Many of our degrees can be designed to prepare you to transfer into your specific major . Reference the courses and programs website .

Associate in Applied Science Degree (AAS)
(Employment Preparation)

Accounting Administrative Office Technology Agricultural & Industrial Equipment Technology Automotive Technology Business Administration Computer Science

Criminal Justice Dental Hygiene Early Childhood Education Engineering Technology Forensic Science Machine Technology Medical Assistant Medical Lab Technology

Multi-Occupational Trades Nursing (ADN) Nuclear Technology Paramedic Radiologic Technology Surgical Technology Welding Technology

Associate in Arts & Sciences Degree (AA)
(Undergraduate Degree Preparation for B .A . or B .S .)

Accounting Agriculture Anthropology Art Business Administration Criminal Justice

Elementary Education General Studies Health and Physical Education History International Studies Latino & Latin American Studies Math Education

Mathematics Music Nursing Political Science Race and Ethnicity Studies Theatre

(Transfer Degree) (Undergraduate Degree Preparation for B .S .)

Associate in Science (AST)
Computer Science Ecology and Earth Sciences Engineering

Atmospheric Sciences Biological Sciences Chemistry

Environmental Sciences Physics Resource Sciences

We can help design a program that prepares you to transfer in majors such as:

Professional & Transfer Preparation
Law Medical Optometry Pharmacy Philosophy

Chiropractic Dental Economics English

PTC Secondary Education Social Science Veterinary World Languages

Bachelor of Applied Science
Applied Management

Advising at Your Fingertips
columbiabasin.edu/onlineadvising
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Small Business Development Center
Small Business Development Center At Columbia Basin College (509) 735-6222
SBDC services are free and confidential to business owners and managers in the Tri-Cities and surrounding areas . The SBDC can help you develop solutions to your business problems . The Certified Business Advisor at the SBDC has experience with small businesses and the issues they face . The Small Business Development Center at CBC can assist you in answering questions concerning:  Developing a business plan  Developing a marketing strategy  Analyzing your financial statements  Analyzing your costs  Developing a pricing strategy  Projecting cash flow needs  Gathering market research  Valuing a small business for sale or purchase  Preparing for expansion and growth  Gaining information about commercial loans, SBA guaranteed loan packages, and local loan funds  Preparing commercial loan packages If you need answers to these business questions or would like assistance with other issues, let the Small Business Development Center help you . Contact us today at (509) 735-6222 or bdavis@ columbiabasin .edu for an appointment! The SBDC is collaboratively funded by the Washington Small Business Development Center Network and CBC and is located at TRIDEC, 7130 Grandridge Suite A in Kennewick .

Insight

Solutions

Success

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Worker Retraining / CAMP Program

CO-ED INTRAMURALS
Intramural sports and related activities play a valuable role in the total student experience at CBC . Participation in intramurals helps create a rewarding collegiate experience by creating a new dimension to student life away from the classroom . Intramural activities provide students unique opportunities for social interaction, promotion of personal fitness and self esteem, and outlets for organized fun! Funded by your student activities fee, CBC Intramurals offers the following co-ed sports during the fall, winter, and spring quarters from 11:30 a .m . -12:30 p .m . on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of each week:

Fall - Flag Football

Winter - Basketball

Spring - Soccer and Frisbee Golf

Additional activities anticipated for 2010-11 include: golf, game room activities, three-on-three sports tournaments, a body building competition, and giant inflatable games . For more information or to share your great ideas, please contact the Intramurals Coordinator Laura Stoker at (509) 542-4522 .

Have a successful start at CBC – register for FYI today!
First Year Introduction is a mandatory 12-hour workshop for all new degree and certificate seeking students (including Running Start) to help with the transition to college and CBC . For more information, contact the Office of First Year Introduction at (509) 542-4390.

ATTENTION NEW STUDENTS!

WORKER RETRAINING
Are you unemployed? Is your occupation or industry in decline? Are your skills no longer in demand? If you are unemployed, through no fault of your own, with limited opportunity to return to your previous occupation, receiving Washington state unemployment insurance or have exhausted your unemployment benefits within the last two years, you may be eligible for the Worker Retraining program under Dislocated Worker . Have you been a homemaker for the past two years and have lost your source of support? You may qualify for Worker Retraining as a Displaced Homemaker . You may also qualify under the Expanded Eligibility if you are currently employed and meet two of the three following requirements: 1 . your current job is a job not in demand, 2 . your current employer requires that you take courses in order for you to keep your job or move up, 3 . you have under 45 college credits . Financial assistance for training in technical or vocational programs may be available if you qualify for any of the above categories .

For more information about program eligibility, call Columbia Basin College Worker Retraining office at (509) 542-4446 .

College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) IF YOU ARE A HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR OR FIRST TIME FRESHMAN WHO . . .
--Is serious about your academic success --Wants to transfer to a university --Desires cultural enrichment --Wants almost $1,000 in college assistance

. . .THEN , WE WANT YOU!

CAMP helps the children of migrant and seasonal farm workers succeed in college . Apply Early for Fall Admission Priority Application Deadline: April 15 Limited Space Available For questions regarding eligibility, call 542-4602 or Email:mmartinez@columbiabasin .edu
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Finals Schedule
Special Notes: 1.) All MATH 095 and MATH 098 students who are enrolled in a day section will take the final exam at the special time indicated below. Evening MATH 095 and MATH 098 sections will take the final during their regularly scheduled time for evening finals.
2.) Evening ENGL& 102 sections will take the final on the last regularly scheduled class day.

REGULAR CLASS TIME . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . EXAM TIME Tuesday, December 7, 2010:
6:50 a .m . - 7:50 a .m ., All classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6:50 a .m . - 8:50 a .m . 10:20 a .m . - 11:20 a .m ., All classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9:20 a .m . - 11:20 a .m . 12:40 p .m . - 1:40 p .m ., All classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:00 noon - 2:00 p .m . 4:00 p .m . or 5:00 p .m ., All Tuesday/Thursday classes . . . . . . . . . . . . 5:00 p .m . - 7:20 p .m . 7:30 p .m ., All Tuesday/Thursday classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 p .m . - 9:40 p .m .

Wednesday, December 8, 2010:
8:00 a .m . - 9:00 a .m ., All classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8:00 a .m . - 10:00 a .m . 11:30 a .m . - 12:30 p .m ., All classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10:20 a .m . - 12:20 p .m . 1:50 p .m . - 2:50 p .m ., All classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12:40 p .m . - 2:40 p .m . 3:00 p .m . - 4:00 p .m ., All classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3:00 p .m . - 5:00 p .m . 4:00 p .m . or 5:00 p .m ., All Monday/Wednesday classes . . . . . . . . . . 5:00 p .m . - 7:20 p .m . 7:30 p .m . - 9:40 p .m ., All Monday/Wednesday classes . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 p .m . - 9:40 p .m .

Thursday, December 9, 2010:
9:10 a .m . - 10:10 a .m ., All classes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8:00 a .m . - 10:00 a .m . Math 95/98, All Day Sections . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10:15 a .m . - 12:15 p .m .

Classes scheduled at times other than the above times, weekend classes, and evening classes will conduct finals on the last regularly scheduled class day .

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Campus Map (Pasco)/Parking Regulations
PASCO CAMPUS
BUS STOP

A COMMUNITY OF LEARNING

Columbia Basin College

BUILDING FUTURES FOR CHANGING TIMES

2600 N. 20th Ave. Pasco, WA 99301

MAIN CAMPUS ENTRANCE

ARGENT STREET
TECH WAY

TRI-CITIES AIRPORT

Administrative offices . . . . . . . . . . . . Admissions/Registration . . . . . . . . . . Assessment Testing . . . . . . . . . . . . . CLS Center for Laboratory Sciences. Counseling/Career Center. . . . . . . . . CBC Bookstore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . CBC Business office . . . . . . . . . . . . . CBC Foundation office . . . . . . . . . . . Cafeteria . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Copy Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Dental Clinic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Diversity Commons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Esvelt Gallery (art gallery) . . . . . . . . . Financial Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fitness Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Graphics & Printing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Gjerde Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Information Technology . . . . . . . . . . . Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Media Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Security & Safety office . . . . . . . . . . . Student Employment . . . . . . . . . . . . . Student Body offices (ASB) . . . . . . . . Theatre . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Resource Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Writing Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Adult Basic Education – Administrative Office Technology
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COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
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Terminology
Registration/Register - Signing up for classes . Access Time - The time you can begin to register for classes . Student ID Number - College-assigned, nine-digit number . PIN - Initially set to your six-digit birth date (MMDDYY) . Protect your privacy by personalizing your PIN . Item Number - Four-digit number assigned to each class . Line Number - Same as Item Number . Variable Credit Class - Class that allows you to enroll in a range of credits . Prerequisite - A class, skill, or knowledge requirement that must be achieved before taking some courses . Entry Code - A code you will need to override a prerequisite for a class or when instructor’s permission is required to enroll in a class . This can be obtained from the instructor of the class or the division office .

AGRICULTURE
AG
Principles of crop production including crop growth, development, yield, and quality . High-yield production techniques of locally grown crops will be included . 6030 AA 5 STAFF MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM K101
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101

Field Crops

ENGL& 101

LINE # FEES AND NOTES RELATED TO CLASS

Study and application of the principles of writing clear exposition, with emphasis on organizing unified and coherent essays . Prerequisite: a passing grade in ENG 99 or ASSET score of 43 or above . 0522 AA 5 STAFF MTWTh 6:50AM- 7:50AM N101 8057 WB 5 STAFF MW 5:00PM- 7:10PM A329
Footnotes may include dates, fees and other info about class.

English Composition [C]

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NIGHT, DISTANCE LEARNING, FAST TRACK CLASSES, AND WEEKEND CLASSES

ADULT BASIC EDUCATION (ABE)
All levels of ABE/GED are offered during the day and evening at the Pasco campus and WorkSource as well as at various locations throughout the community . For information about assessment and registration times, please call (509) 542-5501 .

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE TECHNOLOGY
AOT
Introduces the fundamentals of touch typing of letters, numbers, symbols, and operational keys using a computer . It is recommended that a student take CA 100 in the same quarter as AOT 101 . 6005 DIH 2 CRIDER, T MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM W160
$11.40 lab fee. Class meets twice a week with remaining instruction delivered through use of the Internet. $34.55 fee.

101

Keyboarding I

ACCOUNTING
ACCT& 201
Fundamentals of accounting as applied to actual business situations . Introduction to the accounting cycle for service and merchandising firms controlling to purchases and sales with business papers, special journals, and subsidiary ledgers . (Previously BA 251) 1014 AAW 5 WEND, T MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM B111 1016 BAW 5 WEND, T MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM B111 1018 CAW 5 WEND, T MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM B111 8114 DII 5 MALONE, C ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 9/21/10, 5:00 p.m., room B113.

Principles of Accounting I

8602

$11.40 lab fee. Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in course subject matter. $34.55 fee.

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Reinforces keyboarding skills . Introduces appropriate formatting of business letters, personal letters, memos, reports, and tables using word processing software . Prerequisites: AOT 101 and CA 100 or advanced placement for comparable skills . 6006 DIH 2 CRIDER, T MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM W160
$11.40 lab fee. Class meets twice a week with remaining instruction delivered through use of the Internet. $34.55 fee.

102

Keyboarding II

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$11.40 lab fee. Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in course subject matter. $34.55 fee.

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ACCT& 202

The theory and practice of accounting, including financial statements . Emphasis on partnership and corporate accounting . Prerequisite: ACCT& 201 or instructor’s permission . (Previously BA 252) 1020 AAW 5 KEY, G MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM B105 8112 DII 5 MALONE, C ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 9/21/10, 5:00 p.m., room B113.

Principles of Accounting II

AOT

Improves keyboarding speed and accuracy through a carefully planned program stressing skill development of alphabetic and numeric keys as well as efficient use of the service keys . Develops 10-key proficiency using 10-key pad . Student may enroll once in AOT 1091, AOT 1092, and AOT 1093 for a maximum of six credits . Prerequisite: AOT 101 or instructor’s permission . 8606 DII 3 SULLIVAN, M ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.

1091

Keyboarding/Skillbuilding

ACCT& 203

A continuation of ACCT& 202 . Introduction of manufacturing and cost accounting . Analysis of financial statements, budgeting, and cost volume analysis . Prerequisite: ACCT& 202 . (Previously BA 253) 1022 AAW 5 KEY, G MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM B105 8166 DII 5 MALONE, C ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 9/21/10, 5:00 p.m., room B113.

Principles of Accounting III

AOT

Improves keyboarding speed and accuracy through a carefully planned program stressing skill development of alphabetic and numeric keys as well as efficient use of the service keys . Develops 10-key proficiency using 10-key pad . Student may enroll once in AOT 1091, AOT 1092, and AOT 1093 for a maximum of six credits . Prerequisite: AOT 101, AOT 1091, or instructor’s permission . 8610 DII 3 SULLIVAN, M ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.

1092

Keyboarding/Skillbuilding

15 – Credit Classes

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Ag and Industrial Equipment Technology – Anthropology CCN
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
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COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
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AOT

Improves keyboarding speed and accuracy through a carefully planned program stressing skill development of alphabetic and numeric keys as well as efficient use of the service keys . Develops 10-key proficiency using 10-key pad . Student may enroll once in AOT 1091, AOT 1092, and AOT 1093 for a maximum of six credits . Prerequisite: AOT 101, AOT 1092, or instructor’s permission . 8614 DII 3 SULLIVAN, M ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.

1093

Keyboarding/Skillbuilding

AOT

A supervised work experience involving the application and practice of skills and principles learned in the classroom . Supervised employment site must meet degree or certificate specialty requirement . One credit equals 33 work hours . May be repeated for credit and experience . Prerequisites: AOT 102, AOT 117, and instructor’s permission . 8622 DII 1-15 MARTINEZ, G ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.

1952

Supervised Employment

AOT

Encompasses business ethics, personal values, human relations, and effective communication in an office environment . Focuses on attaining and retaining entry-level employment . Provides an opportunity to shadow an office professional . 6012 AAW 3 WILLIAMSON, L TWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM W165 8618 DII 3 CRIDER, T ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.

117

Office Orientation

AOT

Integrates application of technical skills while assisting executives in carrying out management responsibilities; applies managerial and leadership skills while completing a simulated executive office simulation . Emphasis on problem-solving, decision-making processes, responsibilities, and implementation . Includes conducting online research . Prerequisites: AOT 126, AOT 142, and Internet proficiency . 8625 DIH 2 MARTINEZ, G ARR ARR
$11.40 lab fee. Class meets twice a week with remaining instruction delivered through use of the Internet. $34.55 fee.

243

Administrative Office Management

AOT

Develops employable application skills using spreadsheet software, currently Microsoft Excel . Emphasizes creation and design of spreadsheets including formulas, projections, charting, web pages, lists, macros, and multiple workbooks as needed for effective presentations in the business/office environment . Preparation for Microsoft Office User Specialist, Microsoft Excel Certification . Prerequisites: CA 100 and eligibility for MATH 106 . 6014 DIH 5 MARTINEZ, G M 9:10AM-10:10AM W165
$11.40 lab fee. Class meets twice a week with remaining instruction delivered through use of the Internet. $34.55 fee.

124

Intermediate Spreadsheet Applications

AGRICULTURAL AND INDUSTRIAL EQUIPMENT TECHNOLOGY
AGET
This course requires the student to use diagnostic testing as specified by manufacturer software, literature, and troubleshooting charts to complete required service, repair, or replacement procedures on agricultural and construction equipment electronic systems . Students will identify, locate, service, test, and repair connectors, sensors, actuators, switches, and control modules . Students will use onboard diagnostic systems, T adapter kits, digital volt/ohm meters, electrical repair kits, crimper tools, and manufacturer specific diagnostic tools . Prerequisite: AGET 130, AGET 132, or instructor’s permission . 6606 AA 7 PRATHER, M DAILY 7:00AM-11:00AM I201
$11.40 lab fee.

212

Electronic Systems

AOT

Develops employable application skills using a database software, currently Microsoft Access . Emphasis is on creating the structure, the data file, queries, and the forms and reports needed for effective presentations in a business/office environment . Includes creating an application system using macros, wizards, and switchboard . Prerequisite: CA 100 . 6016 AAW 5 CRIDER, T MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM W160
$11.40 lab fee.

125

Database Applications

AGRICULTURAL FOOD SYSTEMS
AFS
Introduction to the disciplines and integration of fields of agriculture, food production, manufacturing, and distribution, and rural society to define and solve real-world problems . Provides an increased awareness of emerging agriculture in the Columbia Basin including crop management, sustainable agriculture, niche and specialty markets, organic crop and animal production, water management, global issues, technology innovations, financial management, bioterrorism, crop insurance programs, emerging commodities, biotechnology, and crop innovations . 5302 AA 3 MOLTON, K MTW 11:30AM-12:30PM N104

101

Introduction to Agricultural Systems

AOT

Introduces fundamental concepts and techniques of maintaining and updating web page content . Students learn fundamental elements of design using HTML, FrontPage, and a web browser . Prerequisite: CA 100 . 6018 AAW 5 MARTINEZ, G MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM W165
$11.40 lab fee.

128

Web Page Maintenance

AOT

Introduction to accounting software, currently QuickBooks Pro, includes establishing a business, journalizing, and preparation of financial statements . Set up new company and make entries to existing accounting records . Prerequisites: CA 100 and concurrent enrollment in AOT 130 or instructor’s permission . 6020 AAW 3 MARTINEZ, G MTWTh 12:40PM- 1:40PM W165

129

Accounting Software

AFS

AOT

Applies fundamentals of accounting theory and bookkeeping procedures covering the accounting cycle, use of special journals, and financial statements . Provides practical training in the use of bookkeeping procedures, forms, and systems using manually prepared solutions for a service business . Prerequisites: eligibility for MATH 106 or higher or COMPASS Pre-Algebra 59 or Algebra 26-32 or higher; and COMPASS Reading 82 or higher . 6021 AAW 5 MARTINEZ, G ARR ARR 6022 BAW 5 MARTINEZ, G MTWTh 1:50PM- 2:50PM W165

130

Practical Accounting

Development of tools and skills in building, evaluating, and applying model systems in agricultural production, food manufacturing, and distribution, rural society and society as a whole . Focus is on the types of systems, construction, and analysis . Prerequisite: AFS 101 recommended . 5304 AA 4 MOLTON, K MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM K101

201

Agricultural & Food Systems

AFS

Lab to be taken concurrently with AFS 201 . 5305 AA 1 MOLTON, K Th
$11.40 lab fee.

2011

Agricultural and Food Systems Lab
12:40PM- 2:40PM N104

ANTHROPOLOGY CCN
ANTH& 100
The field of anthropology is the scientific study of people from all periods of time and in all areas of the world . Anthropology, as a discipline, focuses on both the biological and cultural characteristics of our species (Homo sapiens) . In this course, we will explore this discipline by looking at how each of the major branches of anthropology attempts to answer the basic question: What does it mean to be human? (Previously ANT 101) 2000 AAW 5 TAFF, M MTWTh 12:40PM- 1:40PM B103 8202 WB 5 HABERMAN, D TTh 5:00PM- 7:10PM B114

Survey of Anthropology [S/B]

AOT

Bridges the gap between the classroom and the office by prioritizing work and managing time, preparing realistic office assignments, filing office documents; managing personal information (PIM software); and conducting online research . Enroll in either AOT 243, AOT 244, or AOT 245 concurrently . Prerequisites: AOT 117, AOT 172, or AOT 173, and Internet proficiency . 6024 AAW 5 MARTINEZ, G MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM W180B
$11.40 lab fee.

142

General Office Procedures

AOT

Develops employable word processing skills and implements effective application in a business environment using word processing software, currently Microsoft Word . Topics covered include all major functions of Word, including margins, tabs, tables, columns, document enhancement, graphics, styles, outline, tables of contents, and templates . Preparation for Microsoft Office User Certification . Specialist or expert level . Prerequisite: AOT 102 . 8620 DIH 5 MARTINEZ, G M 11:30AM-12:30PM W165
$11.40 lab fee. Class meets twice a week with remaining instruction delivered through use of the Internet. $34.55 fee.

172

Word Processing I

ANTH& 205

Physical Anthropology is the study of human beings from an evolutionary and biological perspective and ANTH& 205 provides an introduction to this sub-field of anthropology . In this course, we will examine our own species (Homo sapiens) by looking at the biological basis of life, the processes of evolution, our primate relatives both living and extinct, and the variation seen in modern human populations . (Previously ANT 111) 2002 AAW 5 TAFF, M MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM B103 8200 DII 5 TAFF, M ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.

Biological Anthropology [M/S]

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Credit Classes – 16

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ANTH& 206

Cultural Anthropology is the branch of anthropology that studies the species Homo sapiens from a cultural perspective . This course examines and attempts to explain the diversity and similarity of cultures and peoples throughout the world . (Previously ANT 120) 2004 AAW 5 TAFF, M MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM B103

Cultural Anthropology [S/B]

ART

Continuation of ART 2151 with greater emphasis on individual development of subject matter, technique, and personal expression . Oil, acrylic, or mixed media . Prerequisite: ART 2151 . 0118 AA 3 PETRE, T MW 12:40PM- 3:10PM P202
$11.40 lab fee.

2161

Painting II

ART
ART
Introduction to the formal elements and principles of design common to all twodimensional media . The student examines the formal elements of line, shape, form, space, pattern, texture, and color and applies the principles of unity and variety, balance, focus, repetition, rhythm, movement, and proportion . Students are introduced to spatial and ordering strategies through a sequence of design and color theory problems which emphasize creative problem-solving, using a variety of media and techniques . Recommended for all art, design, photography, and architecture students, and for anyone with a general interest in art . 0100 AA 5 PIERCE, G MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM P201 0102 BA 5 CRAIG, J MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM P201

ART

111

Design I

A basic introduction to ceramic forms with emphasis on production by hand methods . Consideration of the nature and possibilities of clay, clay body formulation, and introductory glaze testing as well as loading and firing procedures for bisque and glaze kilns . 0120 AA 3 PIERCE, G MTW 10:20AM-12:00PM P101
$11.40 lab fee.

2221

Pottery I

ART

A continuation of ART 2221 with special emphasis on wheel technique, glaze formulation, and design of clay forms . Prerequisite: ART 2221 . 0146 AA 3 PIERCE, G MTW 10:20AM-12:00PM P101
$11.40 lab fee.

2231

Pottery II

ART

A basic studio course that focuses on the fundamental skills: observation, composition, development of forms, and personal expression . Surveys a wide range of media and techniques and examines master works of drawing . 0104 AA 3 CRAIG, J MTW 8:00AM- 9:40AM P202
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

1131

Drawing I

ART

Individual, contracted, advanced study in drawing . Studio and seminar . 0124 AA 1- 3 CRAIG, J MTW 8:00AM- 9:40AM
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

2531

Studio Problems - Drawing

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ART

A continuation of ART 1131 with emphasis on individual direction, composition, color, expanded technique, and media experiences . Prerequisite: ART 1131 or instructor’s permission . 0108 AA 3 CRAIG, J MTW 8:00AM- 9:00AM P202
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

1141

Drawing II

Individual, contracted, advanced study in painting . Studio and seminar . 0128 AA 1- 3 PETRE, T MW 12:40PM- 3:10PM
$11.40 lab fee.

2541

Studio Problems - Painting

P202

ART

Individual, contracted, advanced study in pottery . Studio and seminar . 0130 AA 1- 3 PIERCE, G MTW 10:20AM-12:00PM
$11.40 lab fee.

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Studio Problems - Pottery

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ART

A comparative study of architecture, sculpture, and pictorial arts from the ancient cultures of the world . A chronological survey of prehistoric, Mesopotamian, Egyptian, Greek, Roman, Byzantine, and Islamic arts . 0112 AA 5 PETRE, T MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM D114

116

Art History Ancient World [H]

Individual, contracted, advanced study in photography, studio and seminar . 8006 WB 1- 3 MAZUR, Z W 4:00PM- 9:00PM T549
$30 lab fee.

2591

Studio Problems - Photography

ART CCN
ART&
A general survey of fine and applied arts with brief media encounters in various areas of art . The class emphasis is on building a general appreciation of the techniques, styles, and history of art . (Previously ART 110) 0132 AA 5 GRAVENSLUND, V MTWTh 6:50AM- 7:50AM P201 0134 BA 5 PIERCE, G MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM P201 0136 CA 5 NETH, T MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM D114 0140 DA 5 NETH, T MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM D104 8012 DII 5 BARLOW, H ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Howard Barlow by the second day of class via email at howard.barlow@columbiabasin.edu.

ART

This course will introduce students to the foundations of photography/digital photography and photographic composition through various assignments, case studies, and a final project . Students will be introduced to fundamental camera controls and tools used to manipulate or enhance photographic images from image-capture to print . Emphasis will be placed on how photography functions as an interpretive medium . Student supplies digital camera and materials . Recommended: ART 111 8002 WB 3 MAZUR, Z W 4:00PM- 9:00PM T549
$30 lab fee.

2011

Photography I

100

Art Appreciation [H]

ART

This course will further develop the advanced student’s technical and interpretive understanding of digital photography . Students will choose a photographic topic early in the quarter to investigate and build upon for the remainder of the course . Emphasis will be placed on research of historic and contemporary trends, discussion of personal direction, and constructing a photographic portfolio . Student supplies digital camera and materials . Recommended: ART 111 and ART 2011 8004 WB 3 MAZUR, Z W 4:00PM- 9:00PM T549
$30 lab fee.

2021

Photography II

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ASTRONOMY CCN
ASTR& 101
A survey of astronomy including history of astronomy, the solar system, galaxies, cosmology, and current topics . Several night observation sessions are held . Lecture and lab must be taken concurrently . Prerequisite: MATH 095 or MATH 096 . (Previously AST 101) 8486 WBW 5 GEORGE, A MW 5:00PM- 6:50PM D114 GEORGE, A M 7:20PM- 9:10PM D114
$11.40 lab fee.

Intro to Astronomy w/Lab [M/S]

ART

An introduction to the use of digital media in art . This course will acquaint the student with the basic fundamentals of using the Creative Suite program that includes Adobe PhotoShop, Illustrator, and InDesign . These computer programs are used for creating graphic design layouts, working with digital imagery, or creating your own unique digitally-based works of art . Recommended: ART 111 . 8000 WB 3 DEGRAAF, C TTh 6:00PM- 8:30PM T549
$11.40 lab fee.

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Digital Art and Design

8487

$11.40 lab fee.

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ART

An introduction to techniques of painting in oil or acrylic; preparation of wood, canvas, and paper supports; color mixing and application methods . Traditional and experimental approaches to subject matter, composition, and expression . 0116 AA 3 PETRE, T MW 12:40PM- 3:10PM P202
$11.40 lab fee.

2151

Painting I

17 – Credit Classes

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Automotive Technology – Biology CCN
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AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY
AMT
This combination class/lab is designed to give the student basic knowledge and understanding of all eight vehicle systems including: electrical, engines, brakes, suspension, manual transmissions and drive train components, heating and air conditioning, automatic transmissions, and engine performance . Prerequisite: completion of college placement test . 6302 AAW 4 TOTTEN, S MTWTh 7:00AM- 8:00AM V132A

BIOL& 160

110

Introduction to Automotive Technology

AMT

Lab to be taken concurrently with AMT 110 . 6304 AA 10 TOTTEN, S MTWTh
$11.40 lab fee.

1101

Introduction to Automotive Technology Lab
8:10AM- 1:00PM V133

An introduction to basic cell structure and physiology with emphasis on: function and structure of cell membranes; metabolism and enzyme function; genetics and protein synthesis; genetics of viruses, prokaryotes, and eukaryotes; cell signaling and communication . The use of models, microscope slides, and physiological experiments illustrate cellular structure and function . Prerequisite: strongly recommended: high school chemistry, or CHEM& 110/CHEM& 110L or higher, or concurrent enrollment . This course does not satisfy the prerequisite for BIOL& 212/BIOL& 212L or BIOL& 213/BIOL& 213L . (Previously BIO 105) 5606 AAW 5 VON REIS, J MTWTh 9:10AM-10:00AM S238 STAFF T 10:20AM-12:00PM S153
$11.40 lab fee.

General Biology w/Lab [M/S]

AMT

This is an introductory level study of automotive materials used today and new materials in the future . Steels and aluminum alloys, carbon fiber composites, and plastics are introduced to the student in the context of their manufacturer and properties . The automotive maintenance and repair students are presented the common failure modes and an understanding of the common nondestructive testing techniques used to diagnose degradation processes prior to catastrophic failure . The student will also learn the general steps in performing nondestructive testing and how components wear, corrode, or mechanically fail during service . The nondestructive testing component of the class training will follow guidelines set forth by the American Society of Nondestructive Testing SNT-TC-1A for Magnetic Particle Testing Level I and Penetrant Testing Level I (PT-I) . 6306 AA 3 KHADER, A TTh 12:40PM- 1:40PM V132A 6316 BA 3 KHADER, A ARR ARR V128

207

Material Science of Automotive Technology

5607 5608 5609 5610 5611 5612 5613 5614 5615 5616 5617 8504

$11.40 lab fee.

AAW 5 AAW 5 BAW 5 BAW 5 BAW 5 CAW 5 CAW 5 CAW 5 DAW 5 DAW 5 DAW 5 WBW 5

VON REIS, J STAFF VON REIS, J STAFF VON REIS, J STAFF VON REIS, J STAFF VON REIS, J STAFF VON REIS, J STAFF VON REIS, J STAFF VON REIS, J STAFF VON REIS, J STAFF VON REIS, J STAFF VON REIS, J STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

MTWTh T MTWTh T MTWTh T MTWTh W MTWTh W MTWTh Th MTWTh Th MTWTh W MTWTh W MTWTh Th MTWTh Th M T T

9:10AM-10:00AM 10:20AM-12:00PM 9:10AM-10:00AM 1:50PM- 3:30PM 10:20AM-11:10AM 1:50PM- 3:30PM 10:20AM-11:10AM 11:30AM- 1:20PM 10:20AM-11:10AM 11:30AM- 1:20PM 11:30AM-12:20PM 8:00AM- 9:40AM 11:30AM-12:20PM 8:00AM- 9:40AM 11:30AM-12:20PM 1:50PM- 3:30PM 12:40PM- 1:30PM 1:50PM- 3:30PM 12:40PM- 1:30PM 1:50PM- 3:30PM 12:40PM- 1:30PM 1:50PM- 3:30PM 6:00PM- 8:45PM 6:00PM- 7:00PM 7:10PM- 8:45PM

S238 S153 S238 S153 S238 S153 S238 S153 S238 S153 S238 S153 S238 S153 S238 S153 S238 S153 S238 S153 S238 S153 S238 S238 S153

$11.40 lab fee.

$11.40 lab fee.

$11.40 lab fee.

$11.40 lab fee.

AMT

This combination class/lab is designed to give the student a highly developed understanding of the theory, diagnosis, and service of the advanced automotive electrical and electronic operating systems . Prerequisite: AMT 1402 . 6308 AAW 2 PRATHER, M MTWTh 7:00AM- 8:00AM V132B

220

Advanced Electrical and Electronics

$11.40 lab fee.

$11.40 lab fee.

AMT

Lab to be taken concurrently with AMT 220 . 6310 AA 5 PRATHER, M MTWTh
$11.40 lab fee.

2201

Advanced Electrical and Electronics Lab
8:10AM- 1:00PM V133

$11.40 lab fee.

$11.40 lab fee.

AMT

This combination class/lab is designed to give the student a highly developed understanding of the theory, diagnosis, and service of the advanced steering, suspension, and brake systems, with a heavy emphasis on the electronic side of those systems . Prerequisites: AMT 220 and AMT 2201 . 6312 AAW 2 PRATHER, M MTWTh 7:00AM- 8:00AM V132B

223

Brakes/Suspension II

$11.40 lab fee.

$11.40 lab fee.

AMT

Lab to be taken concurrently with AMT 223 . 6314 AA 5 PRATHER, M MTWTh
$11.40 lab fee.

2231

Brakes/Suspension II Lab
8:10AM- 1:00PM V133

$11.40 lab fee.

BIOL& 175

BIOLOGY CCN
BIOL& 100
An introductory course in basic biological principles and processes . The lab illustrates the basic concepts discussed in lecture and acquaints students with general laboratory procedures . Primarily for non-science majors . (Previously BIO 100) 5600 AAW 5 RUSCH, M MTWTh 8:00AM- 8:50AM S239 RUSCH, M T 12:40PM- 2:30PM S243
$11.40 lab fee.

Survey of Biology w/Lab [M/S]

The biology of the human organism . Evolution, ecology, the functioning of cells, tissues, and the major organ systems form the core of the class . Emphasis is placed on providing the student with sufficient background to make informed decisions relating to the biological aspects of the human species . Primarily for non-science majors . (Previously BIO 110) 5624 AAW 5 LYNCH, J MTWTh 9:10AM-10:00AM S239 LYNCH, J T 6:50AM- 8:30AM S156
$11.40 lab fee.

Human Biology w/Lab [M/S]

5601 5602 5603 5604 5605 8500

$11.40 lab fee.

AAW 5 AAW 5 BAW 5 BAW 5 BAW 5 WBW 5

RUSCH, M RUSCH, M RUSCH, M RUSCH, M RUSCH, M RUSCH, M RUSCH, M RUSCH, M RUSCH, M RUSCH, M STAFF STAFF STAFF

MTWTh T MTWTh W MTWTh W MTWTh Th MTWTh Th M T T

8:00AM- 8:50AM 12:40PM- 2:30PM 8:00AM- 8:50AM 12:40PM- 2:30PM 11:30AM-12:20PM 12:40PM- 2:20PM 11:30AM-12:20PM 12:40PM- 2:30PM 11:30AM-12:20PM 12:40PM- 2:30PM 6:00PM- 8:45PM 6:00PM- 7:00PM 7:10PM- 8:45PM

S239 S243 S239 S243 S239 S243 S239 S243 S239 S243 S233 S233 S243

5625 5626 5627 5628 5629

$11.40 lab fee.

AAW 5 AAW 5 BAW 5 BAW 5 BAW 5

LYNCH, J LYNCH, J LYNCH, J LYNCH, J LYNCH, J LYNCH, J LYNCH, J LYNCH, J LYNCH, J LYNCH, J

MTWTh T MTWTh W MTWTh W MTWTh Th MTWTh Th

9:10AM-10:00AM 6:50AM- 8:30AM 9:10AM-10:00AM 6:50AM- 8:30AM 10:20AM-11:10AM 6:50AM- 8:30AM 10:20AM-11:10AM 6:50AM- 8:30AM 10:20AM-11:10AM 6:50AM- 8:30AM

S239 S156 S239 S156 S239 S156 S239 S156 S239 S156

$11.40 lab fee.

$11.40 lab fee.

$11.40 lab fee.

$11.40 lab fee.

$11.40 lab fee.

$11.40 lab fee.

$11.40 lab fee.

$11.40 lab fee.

$11.40 lab fee.

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Credit Classes – 18

Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME

Biology CCN – Business
LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR

DAY

TIME

LOCATION

BIOL& 211

An introductory cell biology lecture and lab course for biology majors, pre-medical, pre-dental, pre-pharmacy, pre-physical therapy, and other pre-professional students planning to transfer to a four-year university . This is the first of a threequarter series with an emphasis on cell chemistry, structure, metabolism, energetics, cell division, cell signaling, the molecular basis of inheritance and development, and the basis of genetic engineering . Health Science majors are advised to take BIOL& 160/BIOL& 160L . Prerequisite: a grade of 2 .0 or better in CHEM& 110/CHEM& 110L or higher . (Previously BIO 111) 5635 AAW 5 RUSCH, M MTWTh 9:10AM-10:00AM S151 RUSCH, M F 1:50PM- 3:30PM S153
$11.40 lab fee.

Majors Cellular w/Lab [M/S]

BUSINESS
BUS
This course emphasizes tax planning and tax recognition, not tax expertise . Students will be aware of the many issues and general solutions in taxation, including tax considerations in business decision-making, tax effects of business transactions; taxation of compensation; fringe benefits; capital gains; fixed asset transactions; tax credits; alternative minimum tax and passive activity rules, but leaving the detailed tax planning or compliance work for other tax courses . Offered fall quarter . Recommended prerequisite: ACCT& 201 . (Previously BA 107) 8102 DII 5 WEND, T ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 9/21/10, 7:00 p.m., room B111.

107

Federal Income Taxes

5636

$11.40 lab fee.

AAW 5

RUSCH, M RUSCH, M

MTWTh F

9:10AM-10:00AM 11:30AM- 1:10PM

S151 S153

BUS

BIOL& 241

The structure and functions of systems of the human body; integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous . The use of human models and animals illustrate the systems . Prerequisite: a grade of 2 .0 or better in BIOL& 160/BIOL& 160L or BIOL& 211/BIOL& 211L . Recommended CHEM& 110/CHEM& 110L . (Previously BIO 221) 5644 AAW 6 HARRIS, S MTWTh 8:00AM- 8:50AM HARRIS, S MTWTh 9:10AM-10:00AM S156
$11.40 lab fee.

Human A&P 1 w/Lab [M/S]

A decision-making approach to personal financial planning . Students will use course materials and Internet resources to develop personal financial strategies . (Previously BA 120) 1026 AAW 5 WYSOCKI, C TTh 10:20AM-11:20AM B112 WYSOCKI, C MW 10:20AM-11:20AM B110 8104 DII 5 WYSOCKI, C ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednesday, 9/22/10, 7:30 p.m., room B112.

120

Personal Finance

5645 5646 5647 5648 5649 8508

$11.40 lab fee.

AAW 6 BAW 6 BAW 6 CAW 6 CAW 6 WB 6

HARRIS, S HARRIS, S HARRIS, S HARRIS, S HARRIS, S HARRIS, S BRADY, M BRADY, M BRADY, M BRADY, M STAFF STAFF

MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MW TTh

8:00AM- 8:50AM 10:20AM-11:10AM 11:30AM-12:20PM 1:50PM- 2:40PM 11:30AM-12:20PM 12:40PM- 1:30PM 1:50PM- 2:40PM 3:00PM- 3:50PM 1:50PM- 2:40PM 4:00PM- 4:50PM 6:00PM- 8:00PM 6:00PM- 8:00PM

S237 S156 S237 S156 S143 S156 S145 S156 S145 S156 S237 S156

BUS

$11.40 lab fee.

A supervised paid work experience in a community agency, business, or industrial firm involving the application and practice of skills and principles learned in the classroom . Instructor’s permission required . (Previously BA 1952) 8106 AA 1-15 HOLAND, G ARR ARR

1952

Supervised Employment

BUS

$11.40 lab fee.

$11.40 lab fee.

Designed to provide students with insight into the many aspects of the world of work through discussions of their personal work environments, encompassing actual on-the-job training and observations . Concurrent enrollment with BUS 1952 . May be repeated to a maximum of six credits . (Previously BA 1962) 8108 AA 1- 5 HOLAND, G ARR ARR

1962

Employment Seminar

$11.40 lab fee.

BUS BUS

1027

AA

199 250

2

Innovation I
HOLAND, G

F

8:00AM-12:00PM

B108

$11.40 lab fee.

BIOL& 242

Continuation of BIOL& 241/BIOL& 241L: endocrine, digestive, respiratory, circulatory, lymphatic, urinary, and reproductive systems . Prerequisite: a grade of 2 .0 or better in BIOL& 241/BIOL& 241L . (Previously BIO 222) 5660 BAW 6 BRADY, M MTWTh 9:10AM-10:00AM BRADY, M MTWTh 10:20AM-11:10AM S154
$11.40 lab fee.

Human A&P 2 w/Lab [M/S]

5662

$11.40 lab fee.

BAW 6

BRADY, M BRADY, M

MTWTh MTWTh

9:10AM-10:00AM 11:30AM-12:20PM

S154

BIOL& 260

Basic principles, concepts, and techniques in the study of bacteria, protists, fungi, and viruses . Concepts of immunity and the role of micro-organisms in medicine . Prerequisite: a grade of 2 .0 or better in BIOL& 160/BIOL& 160L or BIOL& 211/BIOL& 211L . Strongly recommended: CHEM& 110/CHEM& 110L, BIOL& 241/BIOL& 241L, and BIOL& 242/BIOL& 242L (for nursing majors) or BIOL& 212/BIOL& 212L and BIOL& 213/BIOL& 213L (for biology majors) . (Previously BIO 260) 5664 AAW 6 HENSCHEID, K MW 3:00PM- 4:40PM S238 HENSCHEID, K TTh 3:00PM- 4:40PM S246
$11.40 lab fee.

Microbiology w/Lab [M/S]

This course is designed to introduce business majors to Management Information Systems (MIS) and demonstrate how these systems are used throughout organizations in theory and application . The course will focus on organizational information systems, including managerial support systems and acquisition, and application of information systems . Topical coverage consists of a web-based, global environment, and how to manage it through a competitive advantage and strategic information system . Ethics and privacy, network communications, E-commerce, mobile commerce, and contemporary topics are explored . The software deliverables include a WebCT homepage, a PowerPoint presentation, and a Word document from the student’s fictional or real business, followed by an Excel spreadsheet and Web 2 .0 Google Docs . As a result of taking this course, students will obtain valuable information technology knowledge and skills required for success in business . (Previously BA 250) 1030 AAW 5 WYSOCKI, C TTh 9:10AM-10:10AM B112 WYSOCKI, C MW 9:10AM-10:10AM B110
$11.40 lab fee.

Management Information Systems

8120

This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednesday, 9/22/10, 8:00 p.m., room B112.

DII

5

WYSOCKI, C

ARR

ARR

BUS

5665 5666 5667 5668 5669

$11.40 lab fee.

AAW 6 AAW 6 BAW 6 BAW 6 BAW 6

HENSCHEID, K HENSCHEID, K HENSCHEID, K HENSCHEID, K HENSCHEID, K HENSCHEID, K HENSCHEID, K HENSCHEID, K HENSCHEID, K HENSCHEID, K

MW TTh MW TTh MW TTh MW TTh MW TTh

3:00PM- 4:40PM 3:00PM- 4:40PM 3:00PM- 4:40PM 12:40PM- 2:20PM 10:20AM-12:00PM 12:40PM- 2:20PM 10:20AM-12:00PM 10:20AM-12:00PM 10:20AM-12:00PM 10:20AM-12:00PM

S238 S246 S238 S246 S151 S246 S151 S246 S151 S246

Study of marketing functions from the viewpoint of the manager covering such topics as marketing, distribution channels, price market grid, transportation, and consumer behavior . (Previously BA 265) 1032 AA 5 HOLAND, G MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM B108

265

Marketing Principles

BUS

$11.40 lab fee.

$11.40 lab fee.

$11.40 lab fee.

A practical and student-centered project oriented class, utilizing marketing skills to develop marketing plans for the Tri-Cities area business and charitable organizations . The use of primary and secondary data collection, research, business start-up planning, profitable business decision-making, and business communications skills as they relate to a final project . Prerequisite: instructor’s permission . (Previously BA 267) 1034 AA 1-15 HOLAND, G MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM B108

267

Marketing Special Projects

$11.40 lab fee.

19 – Credit Classes

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Business CCN – Chemistry
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

Credit Classes
INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS

BUS

A continuing practical and student-centered marketing project course utilizing material provided by proposing clients . Included in this project is the development of a marketing promotional plan for-profit and not-for-profit companies . This special project is designed to help the student use marketing skills related to primary and secondary data collecting and added researched data, business startup planning, making a business more profitable, and decision-making as they relate to the final promotion of a product or business . As in course BUS 267 more advanced projects will be assigned and above skills will be expanded . Prerequisite: instructor’s permission . (Previously BA 268) 1036 AA 1-15 HOLAND, G MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM B108

268

Marketing Special Projects II

CHEM

Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry beyond the basics offered in their regular courses . By arrangement with the instructor, the student can pursue a special topic of interest, design and carry out a project, or participate in undergraduate research (either alone or with other students) in the areas of natural product chemistry, or organic analytical chemistry . Prerequisite: CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140L with a grade of 2 .0 or higher, or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better . Instructor’s permission is also required to enroll . Note: credits earned in this course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits in other CBC chemistry courses . (Previously CHM 2862) 5742 AA 1- 3 GRANT, K F 12:00PM- 4:00PM S141
$11.40 lab fee.

2862

Undergraduate Research, Special Topic [M/S]

BUS

A continuing practical and student-centered marketing project course utilizing material provided by proposing clients, student researched data . Included in this project is the development of a marketing promotional plan for-profit and not-for-profit companies . This special project is designed to help the student use marketing skills related to effective business promotion and/or product development . Selling skills, creative planning, and implementation training will be utilized for the client’s benefit . As in course BUS 268 more technical and advanced projects and research will be assigned and the above skills will be expanded to client specifications . Prerequisite: instructor’s permission . (Previously BA 269) 1038 AA 1-15 HOLAND, G MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM B108

269

Marketing Special Projects III

CHEM

BUS

Study of the individual and his or her growth and development . Course is designed to enable students to establish goals and lead others in the accomplishment of those goals . It is aimed at heightening the student’s awareness of leadership and management . (Previously BA 271) 8126 WB 5 HOLAND, G MW 5:00PM- 7:10PM B108

271

Human Relations Business

Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry beyond the basics offered in their regular courses . By arrangement with the instructor, the student can pursue a special topic of interest, design and carry out a project, or participate in undergraduate research (either alone or with other students) in the areas of natural product chemistry, or organic analytical chemistry . Prerequisite: CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140L with a grade of 2 .0 or higher, or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better . Instructor’s permission is also required to enroll . Note: credits earned in this course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits in other CBC chemistry courses . (Previously CHM 2863) 5744 AA 1- 3 GRANT, K F 12:00PM- 4:00PM S141
$11.40 lab fee.

2863

Undergraduate Research, Special Topic [M/S]

CHEM

BUS

A supervised, paid work experience in a community agency, business, or industrial firm involving the application and practice of skills and principles learned in the classroom . Instructor’s permission required . (Previously BA 2952) 8128 AA 1- 5 HOLAND, G ARR ARR WYSOCKI, C ARR ARR KEY, G ARR ARR

2952

Supervised Employment

Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry beyond the basics offered in their regular courses . By arrangement with the instructor, the student can pursue a special topic of interest, design and carry out a project, or participate in undergraduate research (either alone or with other students) in the areas of natural product chemistry, or organic analytical chemistry . Prerequisite: CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140L with a grade of 2 .0 or higher, or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better . Instructor’s permission is also required to enroll . Note: credits earned in this course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits in other CBC chemistry courses . (Previously CHM 2864) 5746 AA 1- 3 GRANT, K F 12:00PM- 4:00PM S141
$11.40 lab fee.

2864

Undergraduate Research, Special Topic [M/S]

BUS

1040

AA

299

2

Innovation II
HOLAND, G

F

8:00AM-12:00PM

B108

CHEM

BUSINESS CCN
BUS&
A critical survey of the theory, principles, and practices of modern business . The theme is building world class employees who produce and distribute world class goods and services in an increasingly competitive global marketplace . Critical thinking, systems understanding, resource allocation, human relations, and technology application are emphasized . (Previously BA 101) 1042 AA 5 HOLAND, G MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM B108 1044 BA 5 BAYLESS, S MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM B104 8100 DII 5 WILSON, H ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 9/20/10, 6:00 p.m., room B105.

101

Introduction to Business

Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry beyond the basics offered in their regular courses . By arrangement with the instructor, the student can pursue a special topic of interest, design and carry out a project, or participate in undergraduate research (either alone or with other students) in the areas of natural product chemistry, or organic analytical chemistry . Prerequisite: CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140L with a grade of 2 .0 or higher, or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better . Instructor’s permission is also required to enroll . Note: credits earned in this course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits in other CBC chemistry courses . (Previously CHM 2865) 5748 AA 1- 3 GRANT, K F 12:00PM- 4:00PM S141
$11.40 lab fee.

2865

Undergraduate Research, Special Topic [M/S]

CHEM

BUS&

An introduction to the American legal system including its social, political, and philosophical roots . The court system and judicial procedures are critically examined, and the class inquires extensively into business torts, crimes, and contracts . (Previously BA 254) 1028 AAW 5 ROMANSKI, F MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM B116 1048 BAW 5 ROMANSKI, F MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM B116 8122 DII 5 KEY, G ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 9/21/10, 6:00 p.m., room B116.

201

Business Law

Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry beyond the basics offered in their regular courses . By arrangement with the instructor, the student can pursue a special topic of interest, design and carry out a project, or participate in undergraduate research (either alone or with other students) in the areas of natural product chemistry, or organic analytical chemistry . Prerequisite: CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140L with a grade of 2 .0 or higher, or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better . Instructor’s permission is also required to enroll . Note: credits earned in this course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits in other CBC chemistry courses . (Previously CHM 2866) 5750 AA 1- 3 GRANT, K F 12:00PM- 4:00PM S141
$11.40 lab fee.

2866

Undergraduate Research, Special Topic [M/S]

CHEM

8124

WB

5

ROMANSKI, F

MW

5:00PM- 7:10PM

B116

CHEMISTRY
CHEM
Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry beyond the basics offered in their regular courses . By arrangement with the instructor, the student can pursue a special topic of interest, design and carry out a project, or participate in undergraduate research (either alone or with other students) in the areas of natural product chemistry, or organic analytical chemistry . Prerequisite: CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140L with a grade of 2 .0 or higher, or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better . Instructor’s permission is also required to enroll . Note: credits earned in this course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits in other CBC chemistry courses . (Previously CHM 2861) 5740 AA 1- 3 GRANT, K F 12:00PM- 4:00PM S141
$11.40 lab fee.

2861

Undergraduate Research, Special Topic [M/S]

Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry beyond the basics offered in their regular courses . By arrangement with the instructor, the student can pursue a special topic of interest, design and carry out a project, or participate in undergraduate research (either alone or with other students) in the areas of natural product chemistry, or organic analytical chemistry . Prerequisite: CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140L with a grade of 2 .0 or higher, or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better . Instructor’s permission is also required to enroll . Note: credits earned in this course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits in other CBC chemistry courses . (Previously CHM 2867) 5752 AA 1- 3 GRANT, K F 12:00PM- 4:00PM S141
$11.40 lab fee.

2867

Undergraduate Research, Special Topic [M/S]

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Credit Classes – 20

Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME

Chemistry – Chemistry CCN
LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR

DAY

TIME

LOCATION

CHEM

Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry beyond the basics offered in their regular courses . By arrangement with the instructor, the student can pursue a special topic of interest, design and carry out a project, or participate in undergraduate research (either alone or with other students) in the areas of natural product chemistry, or organic analytical chemistry . Prerequisite: CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140L with a grade of 2 .0 or higher, or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better . Instructor’s permission is also required to enroll . Note: credits earned in this course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits in other CBC chemistry courses . (Previously CHM 2868) 5754 AA 1- 3 GRANT, K F 12:00PM- 4:00PM S141
$11.40 lab fee.

2868

Undergraduate Research, Special Topic [M/S]

CHEM

Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry beyond the basics offered in their regular courses . By arrangement with the instructor, the student can participate in undergraduate research (either alone or as part of a team with other students), design and carry out a project, or pursue a special topic of interest in the fields of analytical chemistry, atmospheric science, or chemical education . Prerequisites: CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140L with a grade of 2 .0 or higher or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better . Instructor permission is also required to enroll . Note: credits earned in this course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits in other CBC chemistry courses . (Previously CHM 2905) 5765 AA 1- 3 ROGERS, T M 1:50PM- 5:40PM S141
$11.40 lab fee.

2905

Undergraduate Research, Special Topics [M/S]

CHEM

Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry beyond the basics offered in their regular courses . By arrangement with the instructor, the student can pursue a special topic of interest, design and carry out a project, or participate in undergraduate research (either alone or with other students) in the areas of natural product chemistry, or organic analytical chemistry . Prerequisite: CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140l with a grade of 2 .0 or higher, or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better . Instructor’s permission is also required to enroll . Note: credits earned in this course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits in other CBC chemistry courses . (Previously CHM 2869) 5756 AA 1- 3 GRANT, K F 12:00PM- 4:00PM S141
$11.40 lab fee.

2869

Undergraduate Research, Special Topic [M/S]

CHEM

CHEM

Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry beyond the basics offered in their regular courses . By arrangement with the instructor, the student can participate in undergraduate research (either alone or as part of a team with other students), design and carry out a project, or pursue a special topic of interest in the fields of analytical chemistry, atmospheric science, or chemical education . Prerequisites: CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140L with a grade of 2 .0 or higher or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better . Instructor permission is also required to enroll . Note: credits earned in this course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits in other CBC chemistry courses . (Previously CHM 2901) 5758 AA 1- 3 ROGERS, T M 1:50PM- 5:40PM S141
$11.40 lab fee.

2901

Undergraduate Research, Special Topics [M/S]

Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry beyond the basics offered in their regular courses . By arrangement with the instructor, the student can participate in undergraduate research (either alone or as part of a team with other students), design and carry out a project, or pursue a special topic of interest in the fields of analytical chemistry, atmospheric science, or chemical education . Prerequisites: CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140L with a grade of 2 .0 or higher or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better . Instructor permission is also required to enroll . Note: credits earned in this course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits in other CBC chemistry courses . (Previously CHM 2906) 5767 AA 1- 3 ROGERS, T M 1:50PM- 5:40PM S141
$11.40 lab fee.

2906

Undergraduate Research, Special Topics [M/S]

CHEMISTRY CCN
CHEM& 110
Basic introduction to chemical principles as they apply to the structure and behavior of matter . Illustrations from everyday life, environmental topics, medicine, and biochemistry will be used to illustrate chemical principles . Topics include: measurement in science, properties of matter, atomic structure, bonding, nuclear chemistry, mole concept, gas laws, solutions, and acids/bases . Assumes no previous chemistry and designed to fulfill the chemistry requirement for the AAS degree in Nursing at CBC . Course may also be used to fulfill the general science requirement for the AA degree . Prerequisite: MATH 091/MATH 096 or higher . (MATH 106 and Vocational Math do not apply .)(Previously CHM 100) 5700 AA 5 HYLDEN, J MTWTh 8:00AM- 8:50AM S145 STAFF T 10:20AM-12:10PM S134
$11.40 lab fee.

Chemical Concepts w/Lab [M/S]

CHEM

Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry beyond the basics offered in their regular courses . By arrangement with the instructor, the student can participate in undergraduate research (either alone or as part of a team with other students), design and carry out a project, or pursue a special topic of interest in the fields of analytical chemistry, atmospheric science, or chemical education . Prerequisites: CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140L with a grade of 2 .0 or higher or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better . Instructor permission is also required to enroll . Note: credits earned in this course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits in other CBC chemistry courses . (Previously CHM 2902) 5760 AA 1- 3 ROGERS, T M 1:50PM- 5:40PM S141
$11.40 lab fee.

2902

Undergraduate Research, Special Topics [M/S]

5701 5704 5702 5706 5710 8516

$11.40 lab fee.

AA AA

5 5

HYLDEN, J HYLDEN, J HYLDEN, J HYLDEN, J ROGERS, T STAFF ROGERS, T ROGERS, T ROGERS, T ROGERS, T ZABARAUSKAS, A ZABARAUSKAS, A ZABARAUSKAS, A

MTWTh W MTWTh W MTWTh T MTWTh Th MTWTh Th M W W

8:00AM- 8:50AM 10:20AM-12:10PM 8:00AM- 8:50AM 10:20AM-12:10PM 12:40PM- 1:30PM 10:20AM-12:10PM 12:40PM- 1:30PM 1:50PM- 3:40PM 12:40PM- 1:30PM 1:50PM- 3:40PM 5:00PM- 8:00PM 5:00PM- 6:00PM 6:00PM- 8:00PM

S145 S134 S145 S134 S226 S134 S226 S134 S226 S134 S143 S143 S134

$11.40 lab fee.

$11.40 lab fee.

BAW 5 BAW 5 BAW 5 WBW 5

CHEM

Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry beyond the basics offered in their regular courses . By arrangement with the instructor, the student can participate in undergraduate research (either alone or as part of a team with other students), design and carry out a project, or pursue a special topic of interest in the fields of analytical chemistry, atmospheric science, or chemical education . Prerequisites: CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140L with a grade of 2 .0 or higher or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better . Instructor permission is also required to enroll . Note: credits earned in this course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits in other CBC chemistry courses . (Previously CHM 2903) 5762 AA 1- 3 ROGERS, T M 1:50PM- 5:40PM S141
$11.40 lab fee.

2903

Undergraduate Reserach, Special Topics [M/S]

$11.40 lab fee.

$11.40 lab fee.

$11.40 lab fee.

CHEM& 121

CHEM

Designed for students who want to expand their knowledge of chemistry beyond the basics offered in their regular courses . By arrangement with the instructor, the student can participate in undergraduate research (either alone or as part of a team with other students), design and carry out a project, or pursue a special topic of interest in the fields of analytical chemistry, atmospheric science, or chemical education . Prerequisites: CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140L with a grade of 2 .0 or higher or high school chemistry with a grade of B or better . Instructor permission is also required to enroll . Note: credits earned in this course cannot be used as a substitute for required credits in other CBC chemistry courses . (Previously CHM 2904) 5764 AA 1- 3 ROGERS, T M 1:50PM- 5:40PM S141
$11.40 lab fee.

2904

Undergraduate Research, Special Topics [M/S]

Fundamentals of inorganic chemistry with special emphasis on the application of principles to the health sciences . Topics covered include: measurements, energy, atomic structure, chemical bonding, nomenclature, mole concept, stoichiometry, gas laws, liquid and solid states, solutions, equilibrium, acid/base chemistry, oxidation-reduction, and nuclear chemistry . (Students pursuing an Associate Degree in Nursing should take CHEM& 110/CHEM& 110L .) Prerequisite: MATH 091/MATH 096 or higher . (MATH 106 and Vocational Math do not apply .) (Previously CHM 110) 5718 AA 5 GASSMAN, C MTWTh 9:10AM-10:00AM S226 GASSMAN, C T 10:20AM-12:10PM S136
$11.40 lab fee.

Intro to Chemistry w/Lab [M/S]

5720 8524

$11.40 lab fee.

BA

5 5

GASSMAN, C GASSMAN, C LINI, D LINI, D LINI, D

MTWTh W M W W

12:40PM- 1:30PM 1:50PM- 3:40PM 5:00PM- 8:00PM 5:00PM- 6:00PM 6:00PM- 8:00PM

S239 S136 S226 S226 S136

$11.40 lab fee.

WB

21 – Credit Classes

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Chemistry – Communication Studies
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

Credit Classes
DAY TIME LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR

CHEM& 131

The course will provide the fundamental chemistry of organic compounds in molecules and reactions of living systems . Topics covered include: hydrocarbons, alcohols and thiols, carbonyl compounds, carboxylic acids, esters, amines, amides, carbohydrates, proteins, lipids, and nucleic acids . Universal metabolic pathways that occur in both simple and complex organisms will be covered including: glycolysis, gluconeogenesis, citric acid cycle, electron transport chain, oxidative phosphorylation, fatty acid biosynthesis and degradation, amino acid transamination, and all aspects of the storage and expression of genetic information . This course is designed for students that need a laboratory science class that has a depth of both organic chemistry and biochemistry . Prerequisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140L or CHEM& 121/CHEM& 121L . (Previously CHM 135) 5732 AA 5 GASSMAN, C MTWTh 8:00AM- 8:50AM S226 GASSMAN, C Th 10:20AM-12:10PM S141
$11.40 lab fee.

Intro Organic/Biochemistry w/Lab [M/S]

COMMUNICATION STUDIES
CMST
This is a basic course in public speaking . The goal of this course is to introduce, practice, and become comfortable speaking in front of people in the workplace and in the community . This course is recommended for students with no previous speech experience . Students are taught different forms of public speaking . The student will learn to be a more effective communicator and organize his/ her ideas for effective and efficient oral communication . (Previously SPE 101) 0300 AAW 3 WUTZKE, J TWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM D113
Class ends 11/23/10. Class ends 11/23/10. Class ends 11/22/10. Class ends 11/23/10. Class ends 11/17/10. Class ends 11/22/10. Class ends 11/23/10.

101

Speech Essentials [C]

0302 0304 0306 0308 0310 0312 8072 8074

BA CA

3 3 3 3 3 3

FISHER, S QUINLEY, V FISHER, S WARD, R SAMS, C CARTIER, S QUINLEY, V WUTZKE, J

TWTh MWTh TWTh MTW MTTh TWTh M Th

8:00AM- 9:00AM 9:10AM-10:10AM 10:20AM-11:20AM 11:30AM-12:30PM 12:40PM- 1:40PM 1:50PM- 2:50PM 5:00PM- 7:10PM 5:00PM- 7:10PM

D114 P204 L101 V120 D104 W155 P204 I107

CHEM& 140

Introduction to chemical principles, chemical measurements, matter and energy, atomic theory, periodic properties, mole concept, molecules, compounds and chemical bonding, nomenclature and chemical equations, stoichiometry and chemical calculations, gas laws, solids, liquids, phase changes, oxidationreduction reactions, solutions, reaction rates and chemical equilibrium, and acids/bases . The course is directed toward students needing a knowledge of the fundamentals of inorganic chemistry and planning to obtain a degree in the physical/life science/engineering disciplines . Excellent preparation for CHEM& 161/CHEM&161L . Prerequisite: MATH 095 or MATH 098 . (Previously CHM 101) 5707 AA 5 GRANT, K MTWTh 10:20AM-11:10AM S226 STAFF Th 3:00PM- 4:50PM S136
$11.40 lab fee.

General Chemistry Prep w/Lab [M/S]

DA EA FA

GA

WB 3 XBW 3

CMST

5708 5709 8520 8521 8522

$11.40 lab fee.

AA AA

5 5 5 5 5

GRANT, K STAFF GRANT, K STAFF ROGERS, T ROGERS, T ROGERS, T ROGERS, T ROGERS, T ROGERS, T ROGERS, T STAFF STAFF

MTWTh T MTWTh T T Th Th T Th Th T Th T

10:20AM-11:10AM 1:50PM- 3:40PM 10:20AM-11:10AM 1:50PM- 3:40PM 5:00PM- 8:00PM 5:00PM- 6:00PM 6:00PM- 8:00PM 5:00PM- 8:00PM 5:00PM- 6:00PM 6:00PM- 8:00PM 5:00PM- 8:00PM 5:00PM- 6:00PM 6:00PM- 8:00PM

S226 S136 S226 S136 S226 S226 S136 S226 S226 S136 S226 S226 S136

Students in the workforce will be able to develop a toolbox of communication strategies and techniques . These tools include interviewing, customer service, cultural diversity, and resolving conflicts topics . No prerequisite required . (Previously SPE 103) 0314 AA 3 SAMS, C DAILY 9:10AM-10:10AM N104

103

Workplace Communication

CMST

$11.40 lab fee.

$11.40 lab fee.

WB WB WB

An introduction to the basic elements that impact our communication with each other . The course is designed to illustrate to the student the reasons for communication failures in two-party and small group situations . Among other areas, active listening, conflict communication, self-esteem, and assertiveness will be covered . (Previously SPE 110) 0316 AA 3 SAMS, C MTTh 6:50AM- 7:50AM N104
Class ends 11/22/10. Class ends 11/23/10. Class ends 11/23/10.

110

Communication Behavior [C]

0318 0320

BA

3

FISHER, S WUTZKE, J BACON, J FISHER, S SAMS, C

TWTh TWTh Th T M

11:30AM-12:30PM 12:40PM- 1:40PM 5:00PM- 7:10PM 5:00PM- 7:10PM 5:00PM- 7:10PM

D105 D113 S233 D104 A334

$11.40 lab fee.

CAW 3 WB XB YB

$11.40 lab fee.

CHEM& 161

Fundamental concepts, stoichiometry, atomic structure and chemical bonding, nomenclature, periodic table trends, reactions, oxidation-reduction, and gas laws . Problem-solving techniques stressed . Prerequisite: high school chemistry with a grade of B or better, or CHEM& 140/CHEM& 140L with a grade of 2 .0 or better . (Previously CHM 111) 5721 AA 5 GRANT, K MTWTh 9:10AM-10:00AM S145 HYLDEN, J T 10:20AM- 1:10PM S138
$11.40 lab fee.

General Chemistry I w/Lab [M/S]

8076 8078 8080

3 3 3

CMST

Provides investigation and practice in oral problem-solving through debate format and impromptu speaking . Includes principles of argumentation and analysis of propositions; use of tests of evidence, reasoning, and logic; detection of fallacies, structure of arguments, and methods of refutation and rebuttal . The student is expected to attend a minimum of two debate tournaments . CMST 101 or equivalent recommended . (Previously SPE 141) 0324 AA 2 FISHER, S F 9:30AM-11:30AM D104

141

Debate I

5722 5723 5724 5725 5726

$11.40 lab fee.

AA AA

5 5 5 5 5

GRANT, K HYLDEN, J GRANT, K GRANT, K ROGERS, T GRANT, K ROGERS, T ROGERS, T ROGERS, T ROGERS, T

MTWTh T MTWTh Th MTWTh Th MTWTh W MTWTh W

9:10AM-10:00AM 10:20AM- 1:10PM 9:10AM-10:00AM 1:50PM- 4:40PM 11:30AM-12:20PM 1:50PM- 4:40PM 11:30AM-12:20PM 1:50PM- 4:40PM 11:30AM-12:20PM 1:50PM- 4:40PM

S145 S138 S145 S138 S226 S138 S226 S138 S226 S138

CMST

$11.40 lab fee.

$11.40 lab fee.

BA BA BA

Provides investigation and practice in oral problem-solving through debate format and persuasive speaking . Includes principles of argumentation and analysis of propositions; use of tests of evidence, reasoning, and logic; detection of fallacies, structure of arguments, and methods of refutation and rebuttal . The student is expected to attend a minimum of two debate tournaments . CMST 101 or equivalent recommended . (Previously SPE 142) 0326 AA 2 FISHER, S F 9:30AM-11:30AM D104

142

Debate II

CMST

$11.40 lab fee.

$11.40 lab fee.

CHEM& 241

Stresses nomenclature, structure, stereochemistry, and introduces conceptual material needed to understand reaction mechanisms and synthesis . Prerequisite: CHEM& 163/CHEM& 163L . (Previously CHM 221) 5736 AA 3 GRANT, K MTW 8:00AM- 8:50AM S143

Organic Chemistry I [M/S]

Provides investigation and practice in oral problem-solving through debate format and extemporaneous speaking . Includes principles of argumentation and analysis of propositions; use of tests of evidence, reasoning, and logic; detection of fallacies, structure of arguments, and methods of refutation and rebuttal . The student is expected to attend a minimum of two debate tournaments . CMST 101 or equivalent recommended . (Previously SPE 143) 0328 AA 2 FISHER, S F 9:30AM-11:30AM D104

143

Debate III

CHEM& 251
$11.40 lab fee.

Lab to be taken concurrently with CHEM& 241 . (Previously CHM 2211) 5738 AA 3 HYLDEN, J TTh 1:50PM- 4:40PM *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Organic Chemistry I Lab [M/S]

S141

Credit Classes – 22

Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME

Communication Studies CCN – Computer Science
LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR

DAY

TIME

LOCATION

CMST

This course is highly recommended for those majoring in a number of disciplines including Business, Human Resources, Human Services, Criminal Justice, Pre-Law, Psychology, and those interested in improving their skills in resolving personal and work-related conflict . Employers value those with conflict resolution skills, as interpersonal dispute is cited as the major reason for termination of employees and disruptions to business . Students will study conflict theory, practice communication skills, and utilize a basic mediation process plus a face-to-face negotiation technique to engage in active and constructive problem-solving and conflict resolution . (Previously SPE 220) 8082 WB 5 PARA, B TTh 6:00PM- 8:30PM A329

221

Communication Skills for Conflict Resolution [H]

COMPUTER APPLICATIONS
CA
Introduces hardware and software concepts, operating systems and/or interface systems, Internet access, basic word processing, and spreadsheet software through hands-on experience . Recommended: keyboarding experience or AOT 101 taken concurrently . 6226 AA 4 CRIDER, T MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM W160
$11.40 lab fee.

100

Introduction to Microcomputers

8302 8304 8306

$11.40 lab fee. This CA 100 course is NOT a prerequisite for AOT courses. $11.40 lab fee. This CA 100 course is NOT a prerequisite for AOT courses.

BAW 4 CAW 4 DII 4

FREER, J FREER, J

MTWTh MTWTh ARR

9:10AM-10:10AM

T547 T547

CMST

This course will explore leadership skills, concepts, and theories as it relates to student involvement on campus . Prerequisite: instructor’s permission . (Previously SPE 241) 0330 AA 2 FIERRO, M MW 12:40PM- 1:40PM B105 0332 BA 2 CONTRERAS, G TTh 12:40PM- 1:40PM W144

241

Applied Leadership I

11:30AM-12:30PM ARR

This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC homepage under eLearning one week before the quarter starts. All students sign into AngelCT to get class materials by 9/20/10. Contact ksidwell@columbiabasin.edu for info. $11.40 lab fee. Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in course subject matter. $34.55 fee.

SIDWELL, K

CMST

Multicultural Communications will teach the student culturally-sensitive methods of identifying basic problems involving communication failures across ethnic and racial settings . The course is designed to encourage participants to explore their own cultural identities in relationship to their cultures and those of others in order to improve the quality of their interpersonal communication skills . They will also learn to apply various multicultural approaches to behavior modification, racism, sexism, the valuing of cultural diversity, collaboration, and the move toward inherent pluralism . Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 . (Previously SPE 260) 0334 AA 5 SAMS, C MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM N104 0336 BAW 5 WUTZKE, J MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM D113 0338 CA 5 SAMS, C MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM I105 0339 DA 5 TUTTLE, J MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM G101 8086 DII 5 BACON, J ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Julie Bacon by the second day of class, either via email at jbacon@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-5531. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Julie Bacon by the second day of class, either via email at jbacon@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-5531.

260

Multicultural Communications [C]

8636

DII

4

CRIDER, T

ARR

ARR

CA

Develops employable word processing skills and implements effective application in a business environment using word processing software, currently Microsoft Word . Topics covered include all major functions of Word, including margins, tabs, tables, columns, document enhancement, graphics, styles, outline, tables of contents, and templates . Preparation for Microsoft Office User Certification Specialist or Expert level . Prerequisites: CA 100 required and keyboarding recommended . 8640 DIH 5 MARTINEZ, G M 11:30AM-12:30PM W165
$11.40 lab fee. Class meets twice a week with remaining instruction delivered through use of the Internet. $34.55 fee.

172

Word Processing

COMPUTER SCIENCE
CS
CS 101 is a five-credit introductory class designed to meet the needs of all students as defined in CBC’s “Using Information Technology & Tools Student Learning Outcome . “The class emphasizes the cognitive aspects of dealing with Information Technology (IT): evaluating information, learning practical IT skills, solving problems, and dealing with information-related issues such as privacy, security, ethics, etc . Students will also learn computer basics using Windows, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, email, and Internet skills to locate, present, and report information . 3000 AAW 5 HUMPHREY, D MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM T547
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

101

Introduction to Computers and Information Tech

8088

DII

5

BACON, J

ARR

ARR

COMMUNICATION STUDIES CCN
CMST& 210
This course is recommended for students seeking to improve their communication with friends, family, and co-workers . It is designed to heighten the student’s awareness of personality styles and communication behaviors and their respective impact on interpersonal and group communication . Credit not granted for both CMST 110 and CMST& 210 . (Previously SPE 111) 0340 AA 5 FLEISCHMAN MTWTh 6:50AM- 7:50AM I107 0342 BA 5 FLEISCHMAN MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM I107 8092 DII 5 BACON, J ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Julie Bacon by the second day of class, either via email at jbacon@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-5531.

Interpersonal Communication [C]

3002 3004 3044 8310

BAW 5 CAW 5 DAW 5 DII 5

FREER, J HUMPHREY, D STAFF WOLF, D

MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh ARR

10:20AM-11:20AM 12:40PM- 1:40PM 1:50PM- 2:50PM ARR

T547 T547 T547

This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC homepage under eLearning one week before the quarter starts. All students sign into AngelCT to get class materials by 9/20/10. Contact dwolf@columbiabasin.edu for info. $11.40 lab fee.

8308

WBW 5

SIDWELL, K

MW

5:00PM- 7:20PM

T547

8090

WB

5

FLEISCHMAN

T

5:00PM- 9:00PM

I107

CMST& 220

This is a basic course in speech that expands beyond the three-credit requirement for an AA degree . The goal of this course is to introduce, practice, and become comfortable speaking in front of people in the workplace and in the community . This course is recommended for students with no previous speech experience . Students are taught different forms of public speaking . The student will learn to be a more effective communicator and organize his/her ideas for effective and efficient oral communication . (Previously SPE 102) 0346 AA 5 FISHER, S MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM D104 0348 BA 5 WUTZKE, J MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM P204

Public Speaking [C]

CS

This course is an introduction to programming using Visual Basic .NET . It is designed for those with little or no programming experience . Topics include: program development cycle, fundamentals of programming in Visual Basic, decisions, repetitions, controls, functions, and procedures . Prerequisite: MATH 095 or MATH 098 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class . 3006 AAW 5 HENRY, C MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM T559
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

102

Visual Basic 1 [Q/SR]

3008 3010 3012 8312

BAW 5 CAW 5 DAW 5 DII 5

DEHAAN, M WOLF, D ROBBINS, T WOLF, D

MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh ARR

9:10AM-10:10AM 10:20AM-11:20AM 12:40PM- 1:40PM ARR

T559 T559 T559

This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC homepage under eLearning one week before the quarter starts. All students sign into AngelCT to get class materials by 9/20/10. Contact dwolf@columbiabasin.edu for info.

23 – Credit Classes

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Computer Science
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

Credit Classes
CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC.

CS

This is a beginning database course in which the student will create, modify, and implement relational databases using Microsoft Access . Topics include: tables, queries, forms, reports, sharing information with other programs, data access pages, advanced queries, managing database objects, and creating macros and switchboards . Prerequisite: CS 101 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class . 3014 AAW 5 HENRY, C MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM T549
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

106

Database Systems

CS

8314

WBW 5

SIDWELL, K

TTh

7:30PM- 9:50PM

T566

This course will provide the student with the skills needed to create web pages using XHTML . The student will learn how to include text, pictures, and hypertext links, as well as tables, forms, and frames . They will also learn how to create and manipulate image maps and animated GIFs . In addition, students will be exposed to the critical design concepts including: visual design, user interface design, designing for accessibility, and designing technically correct (valid) documents . Prerequisite: CS 101 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class . 3020 AAW 5 SAKO, T MTWTh 12:40PM- 1:40PM T550
$11.40 lab fee.

114

HTML (Internet Publishing 1)

CS

Students will learn to create documents using the current version of Microsoft Word . Students will learn the principles of word processing to produce and revise a variety of business documents including brochures, flyers, and memoranda . These documents will include tables, graphics, and custom formatting to effectively convey written information . Prerequisite: CS 101 . 8316 DII 2 DEHAAN, M ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC homepage under eLearning one week before the quarter starts. All students sign into AngelCT to get class materials by 9/20/10. Contact mdehaan@columbiabasin.edu for info.

107

Intermediate Word Processing

CS

This is the second course in a two-course series designed to provide the knowledge, skills, and abilities essential for a successful computer service technician as defined by experts from companies across the industry . Students will learn how to troubleshoot and repair hardware problems and install components . Hardware topics include: memory, I/O busses, removable and fixed drives, optical drives, graphics and sounds, and printers . Prerequisite: CS 109 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class . 3022 AAW 5 SAKO, T MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM T544
$11.40 lab fee.

122

PC Hardware 2

CS

Students will learn to develop spreadsheets using the current version of Microsoft Excel . Students will learn how to use the principles of spreadsheet applications to solve a variety of financial, marketing, manufacturing, and business problems . This course will include hands-on instruction regarding how to use formulas to analyze data and generate documents using charts and graphs focusing on appearance and effectiveness of conveying information . Prerequisite: CS 101 . 8318 DII 2 DEHAAN, M ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC homepage under eLearning one week before the quarter starts. All students sign into AngelCT to get class materials by 9/20/10. Contact mdehaan@columbiabasin.edu for info.

108

Intermediate Spreadsheets

CS

The purpose of this course is to offer the critical information students need to successfully move into a role as an IT professional and support Microsoft Office SharePoint in a business environment . This class teaches SharePoint specific skills that will enable students to effectively implement, support, and troubleshoot SharePoint deployment . Prerequisites: CS 101 or instructor’s permission . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or higher before taking this class . 3046 AAW 5 WOLF, D MTWTh 12:40PM- 1:40PM T548
$11.40 lab fee.

140

Sharepoint

CS

CS

This is the first course in a two-course series designed to provide the knowledge, skills, and abilities essential for a successful computer service technician as defined by experts from companies across the industry . Hardware topics include: power supply, CPUs, and motherboards . Other topics include: DOS operating system, number systems, working safely and professionally, and the customer relations skills necessary in the industry . Prerequisite: CS 101 . 3016 AAW 5 HUMPHREY, D MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM T544
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

109

PC Hardware 1

This class covers the basics of computer security . Students will learn about virus protection, installing security patches, using firewalls to protect networks, cryptography and Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), and legal issues . Prerequisites: CS 109 and CS 110, or instructor’s permission . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class . 8328 DII 5 DEHAAN, M ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC homepage under eLearning one week before the quarter starts. All students sign into AngelCT to get class materials by 9/20/10. Contact mdehaan@columbiabasin.edu for info.

150

Computer Security

CS

8320

WBW 5

SIDWELL, K

MW

7:30PM- 9:50PM

T544

CS

This is an introductory operating system course using Windows Vista . Topics include: operating system fundamentals, organizing disks, managing files, system maintenance, customizing computer systems, system backup, shortcuts, troubleshooting tools, system performance, computer safeguards, solving problems, and optimizing computer systems . Prerequisite: CS 101 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class . 3018 AAW 5 HENRY, C MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM T559
$11.40 lab fee.

110

Windows Operating Systems

This is an intermediate C++ course that provides students an understanding of key object-oriented programming (OOP) theories and concepts, and how to create and manipulate objects in a GUI environment . Students will learn advanced features of C++ including: arrays, strings, file processing, classes, inheritance, composition, pointers, virtual functions, templates, and introduction to linked lists . Prerequisite: CS& 131 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class . 8330 DII 5 ROBBINS, T ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC homepage under eLearning one week before the quarter starts. All students sign into AngelCT for class materials by 9/20/10. Contact trobbins@columbiabasin.edu for info.

162

C++2 [Q/SR]

8322

This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC homepage under eLearning one week before the quarter starts. All students sign into AngelCT to get class materials by 9/20/10. Contact chenry@columbiabasin.edu for info.

DII

5

HENRY, C

ARR

ARR

CS

CS

Effective use of the Internet is recognized as an important asset for professionals in virtually every area of work or study . The student will learn how to use the Internet in a productive way to access services, resources, and information . Prerequisite: computer experience . 8324 DII 2 WOLF, D ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC homepage under eLearning one week before the quarter starts. All students sign into AngelCT to get class materials by 9/20/10. Contact dwolf@columbiabasin.edu for info.

113

Introduction to the Internet

This class is the first in a series of three in which the student will learn the C# programming language using Microsoft Visual Studio . Topics included: visual programming, visual studio, control structures, object-oriented programming, selection structure, repetition structure, methods, and classes . Prerequisite: MATH 095 or MATH 098 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class . 8332 DII 5 ROBBINS, T ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC homepage under eLearning one week before the quarter starts. All students sign into AngelCT for class materials by 9/20/10. Contact trobbins@columbiabasin.edu for info.

171

C# 1

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Credit Classes – 24

Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME

Computer Science – Computer Science CCN
LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR

DAY

TIME

LOCATION

CS

An internship course designed to provide a single contact point for quality technical support service and/or other computer-related service in a timely manner for college faculty, staff, administrators, or a local employer . It also provides practical experience for technical support students as an integral part of the overall academic program . This course is for academic credits only and non-paying . Students are required to work 55 hours to earn one credit hour . Prerequisite: CS student and instructor’s permission . 3026 AAW 1- 2 WOLF, D MW 1:50PM- 2:50PM T566
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

1952

Work-Based Learning 1

CS

This course will prepare students to administer UNIX and Linux . This course covers topics related to: installation, configuration, troubleshooting, and optimization of a Linux Server . Students will learn to set up and maintain users, groups, and file systems . The students will learn how to use critical thinking and troubleshooting tools to troubleshoot the server, printers, and workstations . Prerequisites: CS 110, MATH 095 or MATH 098, or instructor’s permission . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class . 3040 AAW 5 SAKO, T MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM T549
$11.40 lab fee.

223

Unix/Linux

3028

BAW 1- 5

WOLF, D

MTWTh

1:50PM- 2:50PM

T566

CS

CS

Required for Computer Science program students who receive on-the-job training on information systems or any computer-related assignments . Instructor’s signature is required for registration . Includes components of job search skills/ career management, written communication, and cultural diversity . Students are required to work 33 hours to earn one credit hour, and are paid by the employer . In addition, students must meet the requirements of job performance specified by the employer and learning objectives . Employers and the college cooperate in providing an educational experience relevant to the demands of today’s work . Prerequisite: CS student, a job placement, and instructor’s permission . 3030 AAW 1- 2 WOLF, D MW 1:50PM- 2:50PM T566
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

1953

Work-Based Learning 2

This course will prepare students for working with Microsoft Windows . The students will learn about installation, managing accounts, configuration, interactive Access, disk resource management, printing, performance tuning and optimization, and troubleshooting . This class will help to prepare students to pass one of the Windows exams . Prerequisites: CS 110 and MATH 095 or MATH 098 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class . 8340 DII 5 DEHAAN, M ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC homepage under eLearning one week before the quarter starts. All students sign into AngelCT to get class materials by 9/20/10. Contact mdehaan@columbiabasin.edu for info.

227

Windows Administration

CS

3032

BAW 1- 5

WOLF, D

MTWTh

1:50PM- 2:50PM

T566

CS

This class teaches the student how to use PhotoShop . The focus is on both using the software and the elements of design as they specifically apply to online applications . The students will learn color theory, typography, using layers, compression and the various file formats, and preparing images for use on the web . Students will learn how to use the basic PhotoShop tools, as well as the filters, pen tool, shape tools, and selection tools . Students will also learn advanced techniques such as converting between paths and selections, using masks to selectively apply filter or changes to an image, etc . Prerequisite: CS 101 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class . 3036 AAW 5 SAKO, T MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM T548
$11.40 lab fee.

203

Digital Graphics & Design 1

This course will prepare students to work with Windows Server . This course covers topics related to: installation, configuration, troubleshooting, and optimization of a Windows Server . The students will learn to set up and maintain users, groups, and file systems . Students will learn how to use critical thinking and troubleshooting tools to troubleshoot the server, printers, and workstations . This class will help to prepare students to pass one of the Windows exams . Prerequisites: CS 110 and MATH 095 or MATH 098 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class . 3042 AAW 5 DEHAAN, M MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM T548
$11.40 lab fee.

228

Windows Server

COMPUTER SCIENCE CCN
CS&
This class is the first in a series of three in which the student will learn the C++ programming language . C++ is an extension of C language, which includes both procedural and object-oriented programming . It is the basis for most PC-based windows programs . Students will learn C++ keywords, control structures, functions, arrays, strings, and introduction to classes and objects . Prerequisite: MATH 095 or MATH 098 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class . (Previously CS 161) 3024 AAW 5 ROBBINS, T MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM T548
$11.40 lab fee.

131

Computer Science I C++ [Q/SR]

CS

An advanced course designed to help students understand concepts including: SQL, integrity constraints, relational database design, normalization, and physical database design . Students also gain hands-on experience using Microsoft . Prerequisites: CS 106, MATH 095 or MATH 098, and/or instructor’s permission . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class . 3038 AAW 5 WOLF, D MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM T548
$11.40 lab fee.

206

Database Design

8326

CS

This class teaches application-specific skills that will enable students to effectively implement, support, and troubleshoot Microsoft Word within a corporate environment . There is a strong emphasis on the skills required for supporting users of Microsoft Word in a workgroup . This class is designed to help prepare students for the MOUS Word Expert Certification test . (Extra study and product experience are typically required to pass a certification exam .) Prerequisite: AOT 172 or CS 107, or instructor’s permission . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class . 8334 DII 5 DEHAAN, M ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC homepage under eLearning one week before the quarter starts. All students sign into AngelCT to get class materials by 9/20/10. Contact dwolf@columbiabasin.edu for info.

207

Word Implementation

This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC homepage under eLearning one week before the quarter starts. All students sign into AngelCT for class materials by 9/20/10. Contact trobbins@columbiabasin.edu for info.

DII

5

ROBBINS, T

ARR

ARR

CS&

JAVA is an object oriented programming language that is widely used to enhance information delivery on the web . Students will learn how to write programs and applets using JAVA . Prerequisite: CS& 131 or instructor’s permission . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class . (Previously CS 215) 8344 DII 5 ROBBINS, T ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC homepage under eLearning one week before the quarter starts. All students sign into AngelCT for class materials by 9/20/10. Contact trobbins@columbiabasin.edu for info.

141

Computer Science I Java

CS

An advanced spreadsheets course with topics including: integrating Excel with other Windows programs and the World Wide Web, working with multiple worksheets, data tables and scenario management, using solver for complex problems, importing data into Excel, exchanging Excel with Visual Basic, and installation and troubleshooting user’s problems . Prerequisite: AOT 124 or CS 108, or instructor’s permission . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class . 8336 DII 5 DEHAAN, M ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC homepage under eLearning one week before the quarter starts. All students sign into AngelCT to get class materials by 9/20/10. Contact dwolf@columbiabasin.edu for info.

208

Advanced Spreadsheets

25 – Credit Classes

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Criminal Justice – Dental Hygiene
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

Credit Classes
INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS

CRIMINAL JUSTICE
CJ
The purpose of the course is to introduce the student to a basic understanding of how important communicating professionally is to the correctional environment . The course design is to introduce the student to four areas that are identified as crucial when working in the corrections profession . The course provides a basic understanding of how important observation, listening, verbal, and written communications are for correctional employees and the correctional facility smooth operations . The course also provides a basic understanding of being able to communicate clearly and professionally with your co-workers . Prerequisite: a criminal background check acceptable to the Department of Corrections . 1200 WB 1 GUNTER, J MT 6:00PM- 9:00PM S339

DHYG

095

Orientation to Correctional Careers

First in a series of oral radiology labs . Application of protection, film placement, and proper exposure and developing techniques are introduced . Identification of oral structures present in radiographs is introduced . Prerequisites: acceptance and enrollment in the CBC Dental Hygiene program . Required concurrent enrollment in DHYG 112 . 4304 AAW 1 WATERS, F F 8:00AM-10:00AM T524
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

1121

Oral Radiology I Lab

4306 4308

BA CA

1 1

WATERS, F WATERS, F

F F

10:00AM-12:00PM 12:30PM- 2:30PM

T524 T524

CJ

A study of the history of traffic control, routine and emergency traffic procedures . Fundamentals of traffic accident investigation will be covered . 1202 AA 5 HEIMBIGNER MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM S339

135

Traffic Control

DHYG

CJ

A study of the provisions of the U .S . Constitution with primary emphasis on the Bill of Rights and the 14th Amendment and the application to law enforcement and the criminal justice system . 1204 AAW 5 HEIMBIGNER MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM S339

137

Constitutional Law

Introduces basic principles used in the practice of dental hygiene, including infection control, patient assessment, and treatment . Prerequisites: acceptance and enrollment in the CBC Dental Hygiene program . Required concurrent enrollment in DHYG 1131 . 4310 AAW 2 OGDEN, J M 9:00AM-11:00AM T524

113

Clinical Dental Hygiene Techniques I

DHYG

CJ

A supervised, individual learning experience for the student in the law enforcement environment . The experience shall consist of a minimum of six hours per week . The experience assignment will be at the discretion of the agency where the student is placed . The agency will make an effort to give the student a wellrounded experience; the assignment may be terminated by either party at any time . Instructor’s permission required . 1206 AAW 1- 5 HEIMBIGNER ARR ARR

1972

Internship

Introduces basic skills used in the practice of dental hygiene, including infection control, patient assessment, and treatment . Skills are practiced in a pre-clinical setting on dental models and student partners . Prerequisites: acceptance and enrollment in the CBC Dental Hygiene program . Required concurrent enrollment in DHYG 113 . 4314 AA 3 OGDEN, J TTh 8:00AM- 4:00PM T575

1131

Clinical Dental Hygiene Techniques I Lab

DHYG

CJ

A supervised, individual learning experience for the student in the law enforcement environment . The experience shall consist of a minimum of six hours per week . The experience assignment will be for the student to conduct a research project that will benefit the student in the criminal justice field . Instructor’s permission required . 1208 AAW 1- 3 HEIMBIGNER ARR ARR

198

Special Projects

The course covers the principles and practices of prevention and control of dental disease with emphasis on plaque control, motivation, and personal and patient oral hygiene education and techniques . Prerequisites: acceptance and enrollment in the CBC Dental Hygiene program . 4316 AAW 1 THOMPSON, B F 2:30PM- 3:30PM T527

114

Dental Health Education

DHYG

Study of the head and neck regions, and oral anatomy . Identification of nerves, bones, and muscles associated with the head, neck, and oral regions . Prerequisites: acceptance and enrollment in the CBC Dental Hygiene program . 4318 AAW 2 STEDMAN, L M 12:30PM- 2:30PM T527

116

Head and Neck Anatomy

CRIMINAL JUSTICE CCN
CJ&
An overview of the criminal justice system in America . A look at philosophy, history, constitutional limitations, agencies, and processes within the criminal justice system . A study of local, state, and federal careers in the criminal justice field . (Previously CJ 131) 1210 AAW 3 HEIMBIGNER MTW 11:30AM-12:30PM S339

DHYG

101

Introduction to Criminal Justice

This course focuses on the study of commonly encountered systemic diseases: etiology, presentation, treatment, and effect on dental treatment . Emphasizes the principles of inflammation, immunology, healing, and repair . Prerequisites: acceptance and enrollment in the CBC Dental Hygiene program . 4320 AAW 1 STAFF Th 4:00PM- 5:00PM T527 STEDMAN, L ARR 4:00PM- 5:00PM T527

121

General Pathology

DHYG

CJ&

An overview of the role of the forensic scientist in criminal investigation . Course subject matter will focus upon the crime laboratory, instruments, and methods used by the forensic scientist in analyzing criminal evidence . Specialized careers in Forensic Science will be reviewed . (Previously CJ 242) 1212 AA 5 HEIMBIGNER MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM S339

240

Intro to Forensic Science

Fifth in a series of Clinical Dental Hygiene Technique courses . Provides an expanded learning experience through discussion case presentation, and study of clinical cases . Prerequisite: concurrent enrollment in DHYG 2141 . Due to the nature of the program curriculum, each quarter builds on the knowledge and skills gained in previous quarters . Continuing enrollment is contingent upon successful completion of quarterly Dental Hygiene program courses . 4328 AAW 1 CONRAD, K Th 9:30AM-10:30AM T527

214

Clinical Dental Hygiene Techniques V

DENTAL HYGIENE
DHYG
This course is an introduction to the anatomy of crown and root structures of the teeth . Builds on basic sciences, prepares for the study of additional dental sciences, and how these structures relate to the clinical practice of dental hygiene . Prerequisite: enrollment in the CBC Dental Hygiene program . 4300 AAW 1 CONRAD, K Th 10:30AM-11:30AM T527

DHYG

110

Dental Anatomy

DHYG

This course is an introduction to the embryology and histology of the head and neck region . Builds on basic sciences, prepares for the study of additional dental sciences, and how these structures relate to the clinical practice of dental hygiene . Prerequisite: enrollment in the CBC Dental Hygiene program . 4331 AAW 1 HERRIN, M T 10:30AM-11:30AM T527

111

Histology/Embryology

Fifth in a series of Clinical Dental Hygiene Technique Lab courses . Provides progressive clinical experience, application of knowledge and skills; including restorative care for clinic patients . Prerequisite: concurrent enrollment in DHYG 214 . Due to the nature of the program curriculum, each quarter builds on the knowledge and skills gained in previous quarters . Continuing enrollment is contingent upon successful completion of quarterly Dental Hygiene program courses . 4330 AA 6 CONRAD, K M 8:00AM- 4:00PM T575 CONRAD, K M 8:00AM-11:00AM T575 CONRAD, K W 8:30AM- 4:30PM T575 CONRAD, K F 7:30AM-11:00AM T575

2141

Clinical Dental Hygiene Techniques V Lab

DHYG

DHYG

First in a series on oral radiology . Focuses on radiation physics, biology, protection, recognition of anatomical landmarks, and evidence of pathologies . Prerequisites: acceptance and enrollment in the CBC Dental Hygiene program . Required concurrent enrollment in DHYG 1121 . 4302 AAW 1 WATERS, F F 7:30AM- 8:30AM T527

112

Oral Radiology I

Second in a series on periodontology . Provides background knowledge of the treatment of periodontal disease, including concepts concerning treatment planning and evaluation of treatment options and outcomes . Includes case presentation . Due to the nature of the program curriculum, each quarter builds on the knowledge and skills gained in previous quarters . Continuing enrollment is contingent upon successful completion of quarterly Dental Hygiene program courses . 4332 WBW 2 STAFF Th 6:00PM- 8:00PM T524 STEDMAN, L ARR ARR T524

222

Periodontics II

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Credit Classes – 26

Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME

Early Childhood Education– Emergency Medical
LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR

DAY

TIME

LOCATION

DHYG

Third in a series of courses dealing with restorative dentistry skills as practiced by a dental hygienist in the state of Washington . Focuses on Class II amalgam and composite restorations and cusp build-ups . Based on dental sciences and previous laboratory courses in dental materials . Prerequisites: enrollment in the CBC Dental Hygiene program and completion of DHYG 135 . 4327 AAW 1 HERRIN, M T 9:30AM-10:30AM T527

246

Restorative Dentistry III

DUTEC 230

Provides additional clinical experience in an ultrasound department under the supervision of a sonographer . Prerequisites: acceptance into program, completion of all prerequisite coursework with a grade of C or better, and DUTEC 210 and DUTEC 220 . 4608 AAW 10 STAFF ARR ARR
$11.40 lab fee.

Clinical Practicum III

DHYG

Third in a series of courses dealing with restorative dentistry skills as practiced by a dental hygienist in the state of Washington . Laboratory exercises in the placement and finishing of amalgam and composite restorations on prepared model teeth . 4325 AA 2 HERRIN, M TTh 12:30PM- 2:30PM T524
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

2461

Restorative Dentistry III Lab

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
ECE
Provides the student with a basic understanding of the methods used for teaching visual art to young children in a developmentally appropriate manner . 7302 WB 3 FAZZARI, C T 5:00PM- 7:10PM A024

103

Art

4329

AAW 2

HERRIN, M

TTh

2:30PM- 4:30PM

T524

ECE

DIAGNOSTIC ULTRASOUND TECHNOLOGY
DUTEC 101
Develops patient care and communication skills required in sonography . Students discuss legal, ethical, and psychological aspects of patient care, as well as professional issues and concerns . Prerequisite: acceptance into program . 4600 ACW 3 BRUCE, S Th 1:00PM- 5:20PM 248 B*
Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog and at the Health Sciences websites. Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in course subject matter. $34.55 fee.

Concepts of Patient Care

This class meets the Washington State Training and Registry System (STARS) requirements for child care providers . Instruction will provide an overview of the core competency areas including child growth and development, child guidance, and health and safety as well as current state policies and early childhood research . 7304 WB 2 STAFF Th 7:30PM- 9:30PM A024

113

Stars 20 Hour Basic Training

ECE

Provides an opportunity to participate in an intensive, short-term learning experience relating to early childhood education . 7306 WB 3 STAFF M 7:30PM- 9:40PM A024

117

ECE Seminar

DUTEC 105

Introduces pathogenesis: the sequence of events in the development of a disease . Students focus on pathological conditions affecting the abdomen and identifiable with diagnostic imaging techniques . An extensive review of normal physiology is also presented . Prerequisites: BIOL& 241/BIOL& 241L and BIOL& 242/BIOL& 242L, and acceptance into program or permission of program chair . 4610 ACW 3 STAFF M 6:00PM- 9:00PM 248B*

Pathophysiology I

ECE

Provides the formal education hours required for Child Development Associate (CDA) candidates working in center-based infant/toddler, center-based preschool, or family child care programs . Instruction will focus on CDA Competency Goals and will prepare students for the National CDA assessment and credential . 7308 WB 1- 3 LARIOS, D T 7:15PM- 9:30PM A126

1414

Child Development Associate

ECE

DUTEC 107

Covers the human anatomy from the cross-sectional perspective in longitudinal, transverse, coronal, and oblique planes . Students analyze correlations with clinical diagnostic imaging techniques . Prerequisite: acceptance into program or permission of program chair . 4602 ACW 7 BROKER, J T 9:00AM-12:00PM 248B* W 10:00AM- 1:00PM 120*
Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in course subject matter. $34.55 fee.

Human Cross-Sectional Anatomy

Assists students to develop strategies for encouraging parent participation in an early childhood setting . 7310 WB 3 GIRARD, C W 5:00PM- 7:10PM A024

209

Parent Involvement

ECE

DUTEC 110

Presents basic concepts and terminology, as well as scanning protocols for the ultrasound examination of the abdomen . Topics include both normal and pathological states . Prerequisite: acceptance into program or permission of program chair . 4604 ACW 4 BRUCE, S M 12:00PM- 2:30PM 248B* Th 10:00AM- 1:00PM 120*
$11.40 lab fee. Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in course subject matter. $34.55 fee.

Ultrasound I: Abdominal Scanning & Techniques

Emphasizes setting up and maintaining safe and healthy environments for young children . Course content includes basic First Aid and CPR, accident prevention and safety procedures, identification of good health practices, and basic nutritional needs of children . 7312 WB 3 RUHLMAN, E M 5:00PM- 7:10PM A024 CRAMER, R M 5:00PM- 7:10PM A024

230

First Aid, Health, Safety & Nutrition

ECE

Designed to incorporate into the curriculum special learning opportunities in the field of early childhood . 7314 WB 3 STAFF W 7:30PM- 9:40PM A024

289

Special Studies

ECONOMICS CCN
ECON& 201
Micro Economic concepts are applied to business and household decision-making as well as public policy . Major topics include: scarcity and choice, production possibilities, alternative allocative mechanisms, supply and demand analysis, elasticity, consumer choice, production and costs, market structures, antitrust and regulation, and public Micro Economics . (Previously EC 202) 1051 AAW 5 SCHAU, D MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM L102 1076 BAW 5 SCHAU, D MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM L102 8174 DII 5 SCHAU, D ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.

DUTEC 170

Covers acoustical physics, including heat energy, light and sound, wave theory, reflection, refraction, resonance, tissue interaction, transducers, bioeffects, and computers in ultrasonics . Prerequisite: acceptance into program or permission of program chair . 4606 AAW 3 STAFF T 2:00PM- 5:30PM
Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in course subject matter. $34.55 fee.

Ultrasound Physics & Instrumentation I

Micro Economics [S/B]

DUTEC 210

Provides clinical experience in an ultrasound department under the supervision of a sonographer . Prerequisites: acceptance into program and completion of all prerequisite coursework with a grade of C or better . 4206 AA 10 STAFF ARR ARR
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

Clinical Practicum I

8176

WD

5

THOMAS, T

MW

5:00PM- 7:10PM

141*

ECON& 202

4220

BA

10

BRUCE, S

ARR

ARR

DUTEC 220

Provides additional clinical experience in an ultrasound department under the supervision of a sonographer . Prerequisites: acceptance into program, completion of all prerequisite course work with a grade of C or better, and DUTEC 210 . 4204 AA 10 BRUCE, S ARR ARR
$11.40 lab fee.

Clinical Practicum II

This course introduces such important concepts as: market systems and their alternatives, supply and demand, measurement and determination of a nation’s output and income, inflation and unemployment, both demand-side and supply-side aspects of fiscal and monetary policies, federal debt, and international trade and finance . (Previously EC 201) 1078 AAW 5 SCHAU, D MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM B104 1080 BAW 5 KEY, G MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM B105 1082 CAW 5 KEY, G MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM B105 8178 DII 5 SCHAU, D ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.

Macro Economics [S/B]

27 – Credit Classes

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Education CCN – English
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

Credit Classes
CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC.

EDUCATION CCN
EDUC& 114
A study of the physical, emotional, social, and cognitive development of children from conception through eight years of age and related theories . An emphasis will be given to current early childhood brain development research . (Previously ECE 106) 7320 WB 3 CAMPBELL, K Th 5:00PM- 7:10PM A024

ENT

Child Development

An overview of the techniques used in estimating material quantities in construction projects . Prerequisite: ENT 122, completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENT 2261, or instructor’s permission . 5410 AAW 1 WYATT, P MW 9:10AM-10:10AM N103
$11.40 lab fee.

2191

Construction Estimating

ENT

EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN
This is the entry-level course to the Emergency Medical Service (EMS) profession and is designed for those who aspire to become an Emergency Medical Technician-Basic . The course will focus on: EMT roles and responsibilities, airway management, patient assessment, medical and trauma emergencies, anatomy and physiology, documentation, lifting and moving, and communications . The course also includes practical labs and a total of 10 hours of clinical experience in the Emergency department to provide direct hands-on experience with a variety of patients . Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be eligible to take the Washington State Certification exam and may be considered for the Pre-Paramedic Short Term Certificate . Current Health Care Provider CPR card required . Malpractice insurance fees are added into the registration . Immunization records must be presented the first day of class . A Washington state background check must be completed prior to admittance into this course . More information is available from the Health Sciences Division office at (509) 544-8300 . 8490 WDW 1-10 ROSE, J TTh 6:00PM- 9:00PM 204* NILSON, E Sa ARR 204*

EMT

101

Emergency Medical Technician-Basic

This course utilizes AutoCAD for computer-aided drafting (CAD) . The course shows how to use AutoCAD to set up drawings, additional draw and edit commands, dimensioning, and text . Students will utilize drafting and editing techniques to efficiently produce their drawings . Prerequisite: ENT 1161, ENT 1721, or equivalent . 8824 WB 2 CONNERLY, M T 6:00PM- 8:00PM N102

267

AutoCAD I

ENT

This course is offered to complement the ENT 267 course . Students must be concurrently enrolled in ENT 267 . 8825 WB 1 CONNERLY, M T 8:00PM-10:00PM N102
$11.40 lab fee.

2671

AutoCAD I Lab

ENT

A drafting and design course covering architecture, residential drawings, and the organization of drawing sets incorporating design projects . Prerequisite: ENT 267 . 8836 WB 2 VARNER, S W 6:00PM- 8:00PM N102

274

Architectural Residential Drawing

ENT

EMERGENCY MEDICAL
EMS
This course is the foundational level of training for all first responders and EMS workers . The course covers the risk factors and early indicators of heart attacks and strokes, prudent heart living, airway obstruction, and cardiopulmonary resuscitation for adults, children, and infants . Upon the successful completion of the course the student will receive a Health Care Provider card . P806 AA 1 PATRICK, J F 8:00AM- 5:00PM G101
Class meets friday, November 17, 2010.

This course is offered to complement the ENT 274 course . Students must be concurrently enrolled in ENT 274 . 8837 WB 1 VARNER, S W 8:00PM-10:00PM N102
$11.40 lab fee.

2741

Architectural Residential Drawing Lab

100

CPR-Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

ENGLISH
ENGL
This class is for students needing individualized instruction to improve their proficiency in basic writing skills . After interpreting diagnostic testing in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC), the instructor develops a program for each student . The grade is pass/no credit . Class held in the LOC, where instruction is conducted in a lab format . (Previously ENG 086) 7802 AA 1- 3 SANDMEIER, S MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM A221 7804 BA 1- 3 FREESE, J MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM A221 7806 CA 1- 3 SANDMEIER, S MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM A221 7808 DA 1- 3 LIEBLER, N MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM A221 7810 EA 1- 3 LIEBLER, N MTWTh 12:40PM- 1:40PM A221 7812 FA 1- 3 MITCHELL, M MTWTh 1:50PM- 2:50PM A221 7814 GA 1- 3 SMITH, A MTWTh 3:00PM- 4:00PM A221 7816 HA 1- 3 SMITH, A MTWTh 4:10PM- 5:10PM A221 8700 WB 1- 3 HAGAN, J MW 5:20PM- 8:40PM A221 8701 WB1 1- 3 ARTER, M TTh 5:20PM- 8:40PM A221 8702 WK 1 LEE, M Sa 9:30AM-11:30AM A221 8703 WK 1 LEE, M Sa 10:30AM-12:30PM A221 8704 WK 1 LEE, M Sa 8:30AM-10:30AM A221 8705 WK 2 LEE, M Sa 8:30AM-12:30PM A221

086

Writing Skills

ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY
ENT
This course introduces students to the role of the engineer, engineering dimensions and standards, and the basic methodology of engineering problem solving . Prerequisite: concurrent enrollment in MATH 095 or MATH 098 . 5400 AA 5 WYATT, P MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM N103 5401 BA 5 WYATT, P MTWTh 1:50PM- 2:50PM N103

111

Introduction to Engineering

ENT

Basic principles of drafting to include lettering, geometric construction, mechanical drawings, orthographic projection, sectional views, auxiliary views, isometric and oblique drawings, threads, fasteners, and basic applications . 5402 AA 5 JETTE, S MTWTh 8:00AM-10:10AM N101 JETTE, S MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM N103
$11.40 lab fee.

1161

Basic Drafting

ENGL

ENT

An introductory course in mechanical drawing which includes: geometric construction, orthographic projection, sectional views, auxiliary views, isometric and oblique drawings, dimensions, threads, fasteners, and lettering . 5404 AA 3 JETTE, S MW 12:40PM- 3:00PM N104
$11.40 lab fee.

1711

Technical Drafting

A review of basic grammar including sample writing, sentence structure, usage, and mechanics . The grade is pass/no credit . Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format . Prerequisite: COMPASS score of 1-12 . (Previously ENG 091) 7818 AA 1- 3 SANDMEIER, S MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM A221 7820 BA 1- 3 FREESE, J MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM A221 7822 CA 1- 3 FREESE, J MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM I107
Class is taught in a classroom.

091

Grammar Skills

ENT

A study of stress and deformation of materials . Topics include: axial and torsional loading, stress-strain relationships, shearing stresses, temperature stresses, and engineering applications . Prerequisite: ENT 135 or instructor’s permission . 5406 AA 5 JETTE, S MTWTh 10:20AM-11:10AM N104

214

Strength of Materials

ENT

Fundamentals of design, assembly drawings, dimensioning systems, and a mechanical design/drafting project . The primary emphasis of this course will be the application of CAD to mechanical drawings using AutoCAD . Prerequisite: ENT 1361 or instructor’s permission . 5408 AA 5 WYATT, P MTWTh 11:30AM- 1:30PM N102
$11.40 lab fee.

2161

Mechanical Drafting & Design

7824 7826 7828 7830 7832 7834 8706 8707 8708 8709 8710 8711

This is a linked class, students must register for both ENG 091 IA and ENG 098 AA.

DA EA FA GA HA IA

1- 3 1- 3 1- 3 1- 3 1- 3 1- 3 1- 3 1- 3 1 1 1 2

LIEBLER, N LIEBLER, N MITCHELL, M SMITH, A SMITH, A EPPERLY, J HAGAN, J ARTER, M LEE, M LEE, M LEE, M LEE, M

MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MW TTh Sa Sa Sa Sa

11:30AM-12:30PM 12:40PM- 1:40PM 1:50PM- 2:50PM 3:00PM- 4:00PM 4:10PM- 5:10PM 9:10AM-10:10AM 5:20PM- 8:40PM 5:20PM- 8:40PM 8:30AM-10:30AM 9:30AM-11:30AM 10:30AM-12:30PM 8:30AM-12:30PM

A221 A221 A221 A221 A221 A125 A221 A221 A221 A221 A221 A221

WB WB1 WK WK WK WK

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Credit Classes – 28

Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME

English CCN – English
LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR

DAY

TIME

LOCATION

ENGL

This course is designed to teach the basics of writing well-developed and grammatically correct single and multiple paragraph papers . Prerequisite: COMPASS score of 13-44 . (Previously ENG 098) 0500 AA 5 BEEMAN, S MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM A125
This is a linked class, students must register for both ENG 091 IA and ENG 098 AA.

098

Writing Prep I

Accelerated English 99 and 101
You can complete English 99 and 101 in only one quarter. Enroll in the linked, collaborative classes that will be offered at 9:10 and 10:20 a.m. Fall Quarter. These classes are accelerated and intensive, and you will be working on grammar, essay organization and development, reading, vocabulary, and research in a collaborative, supportive environment. You must enroll in both English 99 (Line # 0512) and English 101 (Line # 0542). 0512 0542

0502 0504 0506 0508 0510 8050

BA CA DA EA FA WB

5 5 5 5 5 5

COMMEREE, N HOLMES, M MATHESIUS, M MATHESIUS, M PEDERSEN, R PEARSON, D

MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MW

8:00AM- 9:00AM 9:10AM-10:10AM 10:20AM-11:20AM 11:30AM-12:30PM 12:40PM- 1:40PM 5:00PM- 7:10PM

A333 V121 D105 N103 A333 A333

ENGL ENGL&

AA

099 101

5 5

Writing Prep II
COMMEREE, N COMMEREE, N

MTWTh MTWTh

9:10AM-10:10AM 10:20AM-11:20AM

A334 A334

Class will meet Monday thru Thursday from 9:10 – 11:20am in A334. For more information you can contact the instructor: Noel Commeree, English Department – ncommeree@columbiabasin.edu.

KA

English Composition I [C]

ENGL

An intensive composition course designed to prepare students for college reading and writing . Successful completion of this course will make the student eligible for ENGL& 101 . Prerequisite: ENGL 098 or COMPASS score of 45-77 . (Previously ENG 099) 0512 AA 5 COMMEREE, N MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM A334
Students must register for both English 99 AA (0512) and English 101 KA (0542) for this two hour accelerated English program.

099

Writing Prep II

History 233 and English 102 - “The Composition of War”
Is human history really just war interrupted by periodic outbreaks of peace? Find out the answer in a study of the social, cultural, political and technical aspects of war from the Bronze Age to the Global War on Terror. This learning community combines History 233 (War in History) and English 102 (Composition II). The writing assignments and research projects in English 102 will be situated in the issues and events addressed in History 233, offering students who are interested in military history a unique opportunity to deepen their understanding of war by studying, researching and writing about it. The class requires concurrent enrollment or, in exceptional circumstances, permission of the instructors: students earn 10 credits and satisfy a communications and a social and behavioral science requirement. Students must be registered in both the ENGL& 102 (LINE # 0576) with Brad Sealy and HIST 233 (LINE # 2020) with Robert Chisholm. 2020 0576

0514 0516 0518 0520 0522 8052

BA CA DA EA FAW WB

5 5 5 5 5 5

BERRETTA, M PEARSON, D WAKEMAN, C JOHNSON, B MERRILL, K PEARSON, D

MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh TTh

9:10AM-10:10AM 10:20AM-11:20AM 10:20AM-11:20AM 11:30AM-12:30PM 12:40PM- 1:40PM 5:00PM- 7:10PM

L101 A331 W180B W144 W180A A333

HIST ENGL&

AAW 5 DAW 5

233 102

War In History [S/B]
CHISHOLM, R SEALY, B

MTWTh MTWTh

8:00AM- 9:00AM 9:10AM-10:10AM

A331 A331

ENGLISH CCN
ENGL& 101
Study and application of the principles of writing clear exposition with emphasis on organizing unified and coherent essays . Prerequisite: passing grade in ENGL 099 or COMPASS score above 78 . (Previously ENG 101) 0524 AA 5 WAKEMAN, C MTWTh 6:50AM- 7:50AM A329 0526 BA 5 HOLLOWAY, T MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM I105 0528 CAW 5 JOHNSON, B MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM W144 0530 DA 5 JOHNSON, B MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM W144 8056 DII 5 SEALY, B ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Brad Sealy by the second day of class, either via email at bsealy@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4760. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Michael Lee by the second day of class, either via email at Michael.Lee@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4399. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Brad Sealy by the second day of class, either via email at bsealy@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4760. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Elaina Meiners by the second day of class either via email at emeiners@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4613. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Elaina Meiners by the second day of class either via email at emeiners@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4505.

Composition II [C]

English Composition I [C]

Class will meet Monday thru Thursday from 8:00 – 10:10am in A331. For more information contact the instructors: Robert Chisholm, Social Science Division – rchisholm@columbiabasin.edu Brad Sealy, English Department – bsealy@columbiabasin.edu

ENGL& 102

An advanced expository writing course focusing on research essays and other aspects of college writing . Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 . (Previously ENG 201) 0570 AA 5 PEARSON, D MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM A329 0572 BA 5 MEINERS, E MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM A334 0574 CA 5 MEINERS, E MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM A333 0576 DAW 5 SEALY, B MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM A331
This is a learning communities course. Students must be enrolled in both HIST 233,line #2020 and ENG 201,line #0576. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Teresa Thonney by the second day of class, either via email at TThonney@columbiabasin.edu or at (509) 542-5539. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Gwen James by the second day of class, either via email at GJames@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4709. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend must contact Kathy Dechter by the second day of class, via email at Kathy.Dechter@columbiabasin.edu or at (509) 542-5531. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Gwen James by the second day of class, either via email at GJames@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4709.

Composition II [C]

8068

DII

5

THONNEY, T

ARR

ARR

8058

DII

5

LEE, M

ARR

ARR

8070

DII

5

JAMES, G

ARR

ARR

8060

DII

5

SEALY, B

ARR

ARR

8071

DII

5

DECHTER, K

ARR

ARR

8062

DII

5

MEINERS, E

ARR

ARR

8073

DII

5

JAMES, G

ARR

ARR

8064

DII

5

MEINERS, E

ARR

ARR

0532 0534 0536 0538 0540 0542 0544 0546 0548 0550 0552 0554 0556 0558 0560 0562 0564 8054 0566 0568

Students must register for both English 99 AA (0512) and English 101 KA (0542) for this two hour accelerated English program.

EA FA GA HA JAW KA

5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5 5

LAMBERT, D MERRILL, K PEDERSEN, R MATHESIUS, M JAMES, G COMMEREE, N LAMBERT, D HOSTETLER, R BERRETTA, M MCQUERRY, M HOSTETLER, R WAKEMAN, C LEE, M HOLMES, M ABBOTT, D BERRETTA, M HOSTETLER, R JOHNSON, B MERRILL, K ABBOTT, D

MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh TTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh TTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh TTh MTWTh MTWTh

9:10AM-10:10AM 9:10AM-10:10AM 9:10AM-10:10AM 9:10AM-10:10AM 9:10AM-11:20AM 10:20AM-11:20AM

I106 W180C A331 K101 A332 A334

0578 0580 0582 0584 0586 8065

EA FA GA HA IAW WB

5 5 5 5 5 5

THONNEY, T HOLLOWAY, T PEARSON, D HOLLOWAY, T LAMBERT, D DECHTER, K

MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MW

9:10AM-10:10AM 10:20AM-11:20AM 11:30AM-12:30PM 12:40PM- 1:40PM 12:40PM- 1:40PM 5:00PM- 7:10PM

V120 V120 A331 A331 I106 D113

ENGL& 111

LAW MAW NAW OAW PAW QA RA SAW TA UAW VAW WB XAW YAW

10:20AM-11:20AM 10:20AM-11:20AM 10:20AM-11:20AM 10:20AM-12:30PM 11:30AM-12:30PM 11:30AM-12:30PM 11:30AM-12:30PM 11:30AM-12:30PM 12:40PM- 1:40PM 12:40PM- 1:40PM 12:40PM- 1:40PM 5:00PM- 7:10PM 1:50PM- 2:50PM 1:50PM- 2:50PM

I106 W180C D113 W147 W180C W180B A334 I106 A329 A334 W180C W144 W180C A329

This course focuses on reading and analyzing prose, poetry, and drama and is designed to help students develop a method of reading and evaluating literature . Prerequisite: eligible for ENGL& 101 or currently enrolled in ENGL 099 . (Previously LIT 150) 0600 AA 5 PEDERSEN, R MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM A329 0602 BA 5 JAMES, G TTh 12:40PM- 2:50PM A332 8066 DII 5 MATHESIUS, M ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Matt Mathesius by the second day of class, either via email at mmathesius@columbiabasin.edu or by phone (509) 542-4815.

Intro to Literature [H]

ENGL& 220

Shakespeare as dramatist and poet . Readings from comedies, histories, and tragedies . Prerequisite: eligible for ENGL& 101 or currently enrolled in ENGL 099 . (Previously LIT 270) 0604 AAW 5 ABBOTT, D MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM A329 *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Intro to Shakespeare [H]

29 – Credit Classes

English as a Second Language – Geology CCN
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

Credit Classes
DAY TIME LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR

ENGL& 235

This course emphasizes students’ technical communication skills for use in the workplace and other academic settings . Students will employ various methods of analyzing and writing for different audiences and purposes . Students will also use traditional and online resources for problem-solving, research, documentation, and editing . Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 . (Previously ENG 205) 0606 AAW 5 ABBOTT, D MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM A329 0610 BA 5 COMMEREE, N MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM A333 8075 WBW 5 ABBOTT, D MW 5:00PM- 7:10PM A329

Technical Writing [C]

FIRE SCIENCE
FS
Discussion of basic firefighting tactics of company response, including size-up rescue, exposure, ventilation and fire problems, and tactics used . 4216 WCW 3 KREUTZ, M T 6:00PM- 9:00PM 242*

121

Fire Tactics

FS

ENGL& 236

A study of creative writing, emphasizing diverse styles and techniques . Previous completion of ENGL& 101 is strongly recommended . (Previously ENG 240) 8077 DII 5 HOLMES, M ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Melissa Holmes by the second day of class, either via email at mholmes@clumbiabasin.edu or at (509) 542-5516.

Creative Writing I [H]

A course designed to give the new inspector a basic concept of inspections that deal with fire hazards, authority to inspect, and how to conduct a pre-fire plan . 4210 WCW 3 STAFF Th 6:00PM- 9:00PM 242*

131

Introduction to Fire Inspections

FIRST YEAR INTRODUCTION FOR TRADES
FYI
An introduction to the academic and trades culture, purpose, expectations, resources, procedures, policies, and shop safety . Required for all degree or longterm certificate seeking students in Agriculture and Industrial Equipment Technology, Automotive, Machine, and Welding Technology prior to enrollment in second quarter of classes . Students must earn a 3 .0 in FYI 103 to register for their second quarter of classes . 9010 AA 1 HALL, T TWThF 8:00AM-11:20AM V131
This is a one credit version of the FYI workshop and is reserved for students who are currently accepted into trades programs or students intending to enter a trade program. This is a one credit version of the FYI workshop and is reserved for students who are currently accepted into trades programs or students intending to enter a trade program. This is a one credit version of the FYI workshop and is reserved for students who are currently accepted into trades programs or students intending to enter a trade program.

103

First Year Introduction for Trades

ENGL& 237

A continuation of ENGL& 236 . Prerequisite: ENGL& 236 . (Previously ENG 241) 8069 DII 5 HOLMES, M ARR ARR

Creative Writing II [H]

This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Melissa Holmes by the second day of class, either via email at mholmes@clumbiabasin.edu or at (509) 542-5516.

ENGL& 244

A survey of American literature from the founding of Jamestown to the Civil War Era . Prerequisite: eligible for ENGL& 101 or currently enrolled in ENGL 099 . (Previously LIT 225) 0612 AA 5 LEE, M MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM A333

American Literature I [H]

9002 9004

AB AC

1 1

TOTTEN, S GANT, K

TWThF

8:00AM-11:20AM 8:00AM-11:20AM

V132A V127

TWThF

ENGL& 246

A survey of American literature from World War I to the present . Prerequisite: eligible for ENGL& 101 or currently enrolled in ENGL 099 . (Previously LIT 227) 0614 AA 5 HOLMES, M MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM A332

American Literature III [H]

FRENCH CCN
FRCH& 121
Introduction to the French language including conversational skills, reading, writing and grammar, and French culture including geography, customs, daily life, and heritage . Designed for the novice learner of French, with little or no proficiency in the French language . Recommended that students have successfully completed at least ENGL 099 . (Previously FR 101) 2500 AA 5 CORNEAUX, I MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM B106 2502 BA 5 CORNEAUX, I MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM A126

French I [H]

ENGL& 254

A survey of world literature from ancient times through the Roman Empire . Prerequisite: eligible for ENGL& 101 or currently enrolled in ENGL 099 . (Previously LIT 205) 0616 AA 5 THONNEY, T MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM L107

World Literature I [H]

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE
All levels of English as a Second Language (ESL) classes are offered during the day and evening at the Pasco campus, as well as at various locations throughout the community . We also offer First Language Spanish Literacy classes . For more information about ESL classes, call (509) 542-5605 .

GENERAL ENGINEERING CCN
ENGR& 111
Principles of mechanical drawing: geometric construction, orthographic projection, sectional views, auxiliary views, isometric and oblique drawings, dimensions, threads, fasteners, and lettering . (Previously GE 101) 5420 AA 3 JETTE, S MW 12:40PM- 3:00PM N104
$11.40 lab fee.

Engineering Graphics 1

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE CCN
ENVS& 101
A multidisciplinary course designed to provide both the non-science and science major the background necessary to understand environmental problems that have arisen due to human activities . Topics include: food chains; energy production; nutrient cycles; forest and wildlife management; population demographics; air and water pollution; ozone depletion and global warming . Lab and lecture must be taken concurrently . (Previously ENVS 100) 5138 AAW 5 STAFF MTWTh 10:20AM-11:10AM S145 STAFF M 12:40PM- 2:20PM S243
$11.40 lab fee.

Intro to Environmental Science w/Lab [M/S}

GEOGRAPHY
GEO
Physical Geography provides an introduction to the physical earth . It may include processes, which impact the earth; it may also include the relationship between humans and the earth . Study of the physical areas and environment of the earth . Topics include the weather, climate, water cycle, soils, and land form studies . The class also covers how humans influence and are influenced by their physical environment . 5146 AA 5 STRICKLAND, C MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM D114 5147 BA 5 STRICKLAND, C MTWTh 3:00PM- 4:00PM S226

101

Physical Geography [M/S]

5139 5140 5141 5142 5143 8840

$11.40 lab fee.

AAW 5 AAW 5 BAW 5 BAW 5 BAW 5 WBW 5

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

MTWTh M MTWTh M MTWTh M MTWTh F MTWTh F W Th Th

10:20AM-11:10AM 12:40PM- 2:20PM 10:20AM-11:10AM 3:00PM- 4:40PM 11:30AM-12:20PM 3:00PM- 4:40PM 11:30AM-12:20PM 11:30AM- 1:10PM 11:30AM-12:20PM 11:30AM-12:20PM 6:00PM- 8:45PM 6:00PM- 7:00PM 7:10PM- 8:45PM

S145 S243 S145 S243 S145 S243 S145 S243 S145 S243 S243 S243 S243

$11.40 lab fee.

GEOLOGY CCN
GEOL& 101
Composition and structure of the earth . Study and identification of common minerals and the three major rock groups . Plate tectonics concept of the evolution of surface features of continents . A study of volcanic, seismic, weathering, and groundwater processes . Outline of geologic development of the Pacific Northwest, including field studies . Lecture and lab must be taken concurrently . Prerequisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH 084 or COMPASS test placement above MATH 084 . (Previously GEL 101) 5900 AA 5 STRICKLAND, C MW 12:40PM- 2:00PM S229 STRICKLAND, C TTh 12:40PM- 2:30PM S229
$11.40 lab fee. Attendance required the first day of class unless instructor has given permission for other arrangements. Instructor Cassandra Strickland may be reached at CStrickland@columbiabasin.edu or (509) 542-4871.

Intro to Physical Geology w/Lab [M/S]

$11.40 lab fee.

$11.40 lab fee.

$11.40 lab fee.

$11.40 lab fee.

8856

$11.40 lab fee. Attendance required the first day of class unless instructor has given permission for other arrangements. Instructor Cassandra Strickland may be reached at CStrickland@columbiabasin.edu or (509) 542-4871.

WBW 5

STAFF STAFF

TTh TTh

5:30PM- 7:00PM 7:10PM- 9:00PM

S229 S229

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Credit Classes – 30

Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME

Health Education – History
LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR

DAY

TIME

LOCATION

HEALTH EDUCATION
HE
Class is designed to promote and achieve knowledge in the areas of diet, exercise, and weight management for today’s lifestyles as it relates to the students’ total well-being . 0900 AA 2 LEAHY, E MW 9:10AM-10:10AM G103G

HIT

160

Diet, Exercise & Weight Control [PE]

HE

Study of current health and wellness issues and problems of the college-age student . Emphasis is on lifestyles, risk factors, and preventing disease and illness with a wellness lifestyle . 0902 AAW 3 VLADIMIROFF, S MTW 11:30AM-12:30PM G103G
Class ends 06/07/10.

170

Health and Wellness [PE]

An introduction to the American legal system; the physician-patient relationship; the laws and statutes that apply to health professions; the basis of medical law; the litigation processes; employment and safety laws including quality improvement programs and incident reports; medical ethics, and bioethics; professional and ethical conduct and behavior; and ethical issues in the medical office; the medical record and its uses; the basic laws protecting patient information including knowledge of HIPPA regulations and how they pertain to the medical office . Prerequisite: Internet proficiency . 4002 AA 3 BLOOMSBURG,M TWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM W180A

118

Legal Aspects of the Medical Office III

HIT

8460

This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Stacey Vladimiroff by the second day of class, either via email at svladimiroff@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4414. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Dave Dunterman by the second day of class, either via email at ddunterman@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4839.

DII

3

VLADIMIROFF, S

ARR

ARR

8462

DII

3

DUNTERMAN, D

ARR

ARR

HE

This course is designed to achieve physiological knowledge and awareness of chemical use and abuse as it relates to the student’s total well-being . 0908 AA 3 STOKER, L MTW 8:00AM- 9:00AM G103
Class ends 06/07/10.

220

Drugs and Health [PE]

Provides a basic background of medical terminology for the medical office . Major topics to be studied are: cells and oncology, tissues and the integumentary system, skeletal system, muscular system, nervous system, special senses, glands, cardiovascular system; blood and lymphatic-immune systems, respiratory system; digestive system; urinary system, reproductive system, pregnancy and human development; general diseases, lab tests, diagnoses, surgery, pharmacology, and therapy . Emphasis is placed on identifying and labeling word parts, defining and building medical terms, basic anatomy, and becoming familiar with common diseases of the systems . 4010 AA 5 BLOOMSBURG, M MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM W180A 4011 AAW 5 MC BURNEY, J TTh 5:15PM- 7:25PM W180A 8922 DII 5 BLOOMSBURG,M ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.

147

Medical Terminology

8468

This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Stacey Vladimiroff by the second day of class, either via email at svladimiroff@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4414. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Laura Stoker by the second day of class, either via email at lstoker@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4522.

DII

3

VLADIMIROFF, S

ARR

ARR

HIT

8470

DII

3

STOKER, L

ARR

ARR

Introduction to medical coding concepts, methods, and guidelines using International Classification of Diseases 9th Edition (ICD-9-CM) and Current Procedural Terminology (CPT) . Prerequisite: AOT 147/HIT 147 with a minimum 2 .0 . 4012 AA 5 BLOOMSBURG,M MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM W180A

155

Introduction to Medical Coding

HIT

HE

Designed to help students learn first-aid skills and accident prevention . Advanced first-aid and CPR card given for successful completion . 0910 AA 3 PATRICK, J MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM G101
Class ends on 11/03/10

230

First-Aid Safety [PE]

Advanced medical coding concepts, methods, and guidelines using International Classification of Diseases 9th Edition (ICD-9-CM), Current Procedural Terminology (CPT), and HCPCS . Prerequisite: HIT 156 or AOT 151 with a minimum 2 .0 . 8925 DII 5 BLOOMSBURG, M ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.

157

Advanced Medical Coding

0912 0914

Class ends on 11/03/10 Class ends 11/17/10.

BA CA

3 3

PATRICK, J VLADIMIROFF, S

MTWTh MTW

9:10AM-10:10AM 10:20AM-11:20AM

G101 G101

HE

A study of the causes of human stress and how to manage or minimize this stress . Theories, implications, and practical applications are emphasized . 0916 AA 3 DUNTERMAN, D MTW 9:10AM-10:10AM G103
Class ends 11/17/10. Class ends 11/17/10. Class ends 11/17/10. Class ends 11/17/10.

240

Stress Management [PE]

This program is intended to meet special needs of migrant and seasonal farm workers pursuing a high school equivalency certificate . All levels of ABE/GED are offered during the day and evening at the Pasco campus . For more information, call (509) 542-4775 .

HIGH SCHOOL EQUIVALENCY PROGRAM (HEP)

HISTORY
HIST
This course is an introduction to the history of peoples of Mexican origin in the United States beginning with the period before the arrival of the Europeans and ending with an examination of contemporary issues such as immigration, acculturation/assimilation, and political representation facing the Chicano community during the contemporary period . (Previously HIS 107) 2016 AAW 5 MORENO, M MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM W150

107

Chicano History [S/B]

0918 0922 0920 8472

BA CA

3 3 3 3

HASELHUHN, S DUNTERMAN, D STOKER, L VLADIMIROFF, S

MTW MTW MTW ARR

8:00AM- 9:00AM 10:20AM-11:20AM 11:30AM-12:30PM ARR

G103G G103 G103

DA

This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Stacey Vladimiroff by the second day of class, either via email at svladimiroff@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4414. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Dave Dunterman by the second day of class, either via email at ddunterman@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4839.

DII

HIST

8474

DII

3

DUNTERMAN, D

ARR

ARR

A history of East Asia . Major emphasis will be upon the history of China, an analysis of modernization in Japan, and issues of colonialism and nationalism in East Asia . (Previously HIS 110) 8210 DII 5 SUN, Y ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.

110

History of Modern East Asia [S/B]

8476

WB

3

STOKER, L

M

7:00PM- 9:20PM

G103

HIST

HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
HIT
An introduction to the basics of the American legal system, the physician-patient relationship, the medical record and its uses; informed consent; licensure, certification, and registration; the basic laws protecting patient information including knowledge of HIPAA regulations and how they pertain to the medical assistant . Prerequisite: Internet proficiency . 4000 AAW 2 EDDY, T TTh 11:30AM-12:20PM 242* 4104 DII 3 MC BURNEY, J ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.

115

Legal Aspects of the Medical Office I

An introduction to the history of the modern Middle East . Topics covered include: an introduction to Islam as a polity; Arab Muslim societies, past and present; Islamic law; the Ottoman Empire; the age of nation-states and the end of Empires; economics of the region . (Previously HIS 115) 2018 AAW 5 BOUROUH, C MTWTh 12:40PM- 1:40PM B113

115

History of Modern Middle East [S/B]

HIST

A study of the history of warfare in the Western world from the Ancient period to the present . Students will be introduced to the study of war in terms of its social, political, economic, technological, and cultural roots and its effects on these various fields . (Previously HIS 233) 2020 AAW 5 CHISHOLM, R MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM A331
This is a learning communities course. Students must be enrolled in both HIST 233, line #2020 and ENGL& 102, line #0576.

233

War In History [S/B]

31 – Credit Classes

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

History CCN – Japanese CCN
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

Credit Classes
INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS

HISTORY CCN
HIST& 126
A study of world civilizations from their origins through late antiquity . Emphasis will be placed upon Western, East Asian, and South Asian civilizations . Philosophies, religions, and political and social systems will be covered . (Previously HIS 101) 2024 AAW 5 CHISHOLM, R MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM L102 2022 BAW 5 CHISHOLM, R MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM L102

HDEV

World Civilizations I [H]

HIST& 127

The development of world civilizations from the end of the classical age to the beginning of the modern . Political, social, economic, and cultural development will be covered with emphasis upon Europe, Asia, and Africa . (Previously HIS 102) 2026 AAW 5 WOODS, M MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM B114

World Civilizations II [H]

This course is designed to assist students in gaining insight into interests, values, personality, strengths, and the decision-making processes necessary for choosing a college major and planning a career . This course is for those who are choosing, changing, or confirming their educational goals . Topics will include growing career opportunities, job hunting techniques, goal-setting, and tools for success . (Previously EDUC 135, which was previously ED 135) 8992 BA 3 KONGSLIE, L TWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM A332
$27 testing fee. $27 testing fee.

135

College Major/Career Planning

8986 8982

CA

3 3

KONGSLIE, L BROUNS, D

TWTh ARR

9:10AM-10:10AM ARR

T435

HIST& 128

An examination of the major civilizations of the world from the birth of the modern age to the present . Emphasis is on the development of the modern nationstate, international relations, socio-economic developments, and shifting patterns of thought . (Previously HIS 103) 2028 AAW 5 SUCHY, T MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM W150 2030 BAW 5 MORENO, M MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM B111 8203 DII 5 WOODS, M ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.

World Civilizations III [H]

There is a mandatory meeting to go over your career inventories held on Wednesday, September 29, 2010 at 4:00 p.m. in the CBC library epicenter. $27.00 testing fee. Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in course subject matter. $34.55 fee. $27 testing fee.

DII

8984

FT

3

DE LEON, C

T

5:00PM- 6:30PM

A334

HUMAN SERVICES
HS
An overview of social work experience including history, purpose and tasks, practice settings, and future trends of social work profession . 2700 AA 5 FRAZIER, S MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM A126

101

Introduction to Social Work

HIST& 146

Survey of American history from the colonial period through the Civil War . Emphasis is placed on Native Americans, early colonial development, the American Revolution, the building of the nation, territorial expansion, slavery, and the Civil War . 2032 AAW 5 ARNOLD, D MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM L102 2033 BAW 5 ARNOLD, D MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM L102

U.S. History I [S/B]

INDUSTRIAL DRAWING
DRW
A basic course in the technique of sketching and drawing . Welding students learn to create orthographic, oblique, and isometric renderings . This course also teaches dimensioning for the welding shop fabrication drawings . 6503 AA 3 HALL, T TTh 10:25AM-11:40AM V128 6500 BA 3 GUILBAULT, F MW 11:55AM- 1:10PM V127

106

Mechanical Drawing for Vocational Application

HIST& 147

Survey of U .S . History from the Civil War through World War II . Emphasis is placed on Reconstruction, industrialization, immigration, American foreign policy, Progressive Reform, the twenties, the Great Depression, the New Deal, and World War II . 2034 AAW 5 WOODS, M MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM B114 8204 DII 5 FLYNN, G ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 9/20/10, 6:00 p.m., room W150.

U.S. History II [S/B]

INTERCULTURAL STUDIES
ICS
An introduction to the culture and civilization of the Spanish-speaking world; taught in English . 2008 AAW 5 MORENO, M MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM W150 2006 DII 5 VALADEZ, M ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.

120

Survey of Hispanic Culture [H]

HIST& 148

Survey of U .S . History from World War II to the present . Emphasis is placed on the Cold War era, Vietnam, Civil Rights, the liberal consensus, the rise of modern conservatism, minority relations, the 1990s, and post 9-11 American society . 2035 AAW 5 ARNOLD, D MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM L109 2037 BAW 5 SUCHY, T MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM W150 8206 DII 5 FLYNN, G ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 9/20/10, 7:00 p.m., room W150.

U.S. History III [S/B]

8211

DII

5

VALADEZ, M

ARR

ARR

ICS

HIST& 214

A general history of the Pacific Northwest with particular emphasis on Washington state . Special emphasis is given to Indian culture, Indian-White relations, settlement, race relations, industrialization, and changes created by WWI and WWII . (Previously HIS 251) 2039 DII 5 ARNOLD, D ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.

Pacific Northwest History

An introduction to the history and culture of Native American peoples . The situation of Native Americans in contemporary society is also discussed with particular focus on issues of tribal sovereignty . (Previously HIST& 219) 2010 DIH 5 ARNOLD, D MW 11:30AM-12:30PM L101
Class meets twice a week with remaining instruction delivered through use of the Internet. $34.55 fee.

125

Native American Culture [H]

ICS

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
This course is designed to assist students in learning effective techniques for having a college experience that is successful both academically and personally . Topics will include: time management, test-taking, communication skills, learning styles, and campus resources . The development of critical thinking skills will be incorporated throughout the course . (Previously EDUC 100, which was previously ED 100) 8988 AAW 3 TYSSEN, G TWTH 9:10AM-10:10AM T435
There will be a $5.95 testing fee. There will be a $5.95 testing fee.

Relationships among various ethnic and racial groups in America, patterns of immigration, assimilation and mobility, and inter-ethnic conflicts and coalitions are examined . Although the perspective is historical, contemporary data is used to explore the question of the persisting impact of ethnicity . Special attention is paid to the relationship between ethnicity and social class . 8218 DIH 5 CHAKRABARTI, D TTh 11:30AM-12:30PM B104
Class meets twice a week with remaining instruction delivered through use of the Internet. $34.55 fee.

255

Race and Ethnic Relations [S/B]

HDEV

100

College Success

JAPANESE CCN
JAPN& 121
Introduction to the Japanese language including speaking and listening skills, reading, writing, and grammar, and the Japanese culture including geography, customs, daily life, and heritage . Designed for the novice learner of Japanese, with little or no proficiency in the Japanese language . Recommended that students have successfully completed at least ENGL 099 . (Previously JPSE 101) 2504 AA 5 RYDER, N MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM W132 2506 BA 5 RYDER, N MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM W132

Japanese I [H]

8980 8990

BAW 3 DII 3

ALVAREZ, S OATES, J

MTTh ARR

11:30AM-12:30PM ARR

I105

JAPN& 221

There will be a $5.95 testing fee. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.

Extensive practice in all four language skills (reading, writing, speaking, and listening) . The course includes cultural readings and includes an in-depth review of basic Japanese grammar, expansion of basic vocabulary, and a broadening of students understanding of Japanese culture (including geography, customs, daily life, and heritage) . Prerequisite: JAPN& 123 or instructor’s permission . (Previously JPSE 201) 2508 AA 5 RYDER, N MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM W132

Japanese IV [H]

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Credit Classes – 32

Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME

Machine Technology – Mathematics
LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR

DAY

TIME

LOCATION

MACHINE TECHNOLOGY
MT
An introduction to solidworks design software . The intent is to guide students through the software so they develop an understanding of how parts are designed as well as the concepts of blueprint construction/reading . The principles of geometric construction and constraints such as perpendicularity, concentricity, and parallelism are stressed so students are able to understand the workings of a precision model . Prerequisite: CA 100 or instructor’s permission . 6526 AA 5 WALKER, R DAILY 8:00AM- 9:00AM V131

MT

102

Solid Works For Manufactureing Technology I

Work on projects using Solidworks, CAM system, and CNC milling machine to practice the concepts taught in class . Prerequisite: MT 2211 or instructor’s permission . 6501 AA 9 WALKER, R ARR ARR ARR
$11.40 lab fee.

2311

Advanced Machine Technology III Lab

MT

This course is designed to teach students the basics of tool and die . The students work on various projects in tool and die design using CAD/CAM and CNC machines . 6528 AA 1-18 WALKER, R ARR ARR V134
$11.40 lab fee.

291

Basic Tool/Die

MT

This course is designed to give students skills in using measuring instruments and concepts of machining with a metal lathe . Upon completion of this course, students should know how to turn and measure diameters within .001”, cut threads, knurl, and cut tapers . Students will take the COMPASS test first week of class if not previously taken . 6504 BA 5 STAFF ARR ARR V134

111

Basic Machine Technology I

MATHEMATICS
MATH
Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division . Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format unless otherwise noted . Prerequisite: COMPASS score between 1-19 . (Previously MTH 080) 7836 AA 1 SANDMEIER, S MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM A221 7838 BA 1 FREESE, J MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM A221 7840 CA 1 SANDMEIER, S MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM A221 7842 DA 1 LIEBLER, N MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM A221 7844 EA 1 LIEBLER, N MTWTh 12:40PM- 1:40PM A221 7846 FA 1 MITCHELL, M MTWTh 1:50PM- 2:50PM A221 7848 GA 1 SMITH, A MTWTh 3:00PM- 4:00PM A221 7850 HA 1 SMITH, A MTWTh 4:10PM- 5:10PM A221 8712 WB 1 HAGAN, J MW 5:20PM- 8:40PM A221 8713 WB1 1 ARTER, M TTh 5:20PM- 8:40PM A221 8714 WK 1 LEE, M Sa 8:30AM-10:30AM A221 8715 WK 1 LEE, M Sa 9:30AM-11:30AM A221 8716 WK 1 LEE, M Sa 10:30AM-12:30PM A221

080

Whole Numbers

MT

Work on projects using the lathe to practice the concepts taught in the class . 6506 BA 1- 9 STAFF ARR 10:00AM- 1:30PM V134A
$11.40 lab fee.

1111

Basic Machine Technology I Lab

MT

This course is designed to build skills and knowledge on vertical and horizontal milling machine . Upon completion, students should be able to set up a milling machine to cut features with a tolerance of .001” . Prerequisite: MT 111 or instructor’s permission . 6537 AA 5 STAFF DAILY 9:00AM- 9:50AM V134A

121

Basic Machine Technology II

MT

Work on projects using the lathe and milling machine to practice the concepts taught in class . Prerequisite: MT 1111 or instructor’s permission . 6510 AA 1- 9 STAFF DAILY 10:00AM- 1:30PM V134A
$11.40 lab fee.

1211

Basic Machine Technology II Lab

MATH

MT

This course is designed to allow students to learn about job planning, scheduling, and estimating parts as well as producing a product suggested by the instructor . Prerequisites: successful completion of MT 102, MT 111/MT 1111, and MT 121/MT 1211 with a 2 .0 or higher, or instructor’s permission . 6512 AA 5 STAFF ARR 9:00AM-10:00AM V134

131

Basic Machine Technology III

MT

Work on projects using the lathe and milling machine to practice the concepts taught in class . Prerequisite: MT 1211 or instructor’s permission . 6514 AA 1- 9 STAFF DAILY 10:00AM- 1:30PM V134A
$11.40 lab fee.

1311

Basic Machine Technology III Lab

MT

This course is designed to build skills and knowledge in Computer Numerical Controlled (CNC) milling . Upon completion of this course, students should be able to program, set up, and operate a CNC milling machine . Prerequisite: MT 131 or instructor’s permission . 6516 AA 5 WALKER, R DAILY ARR V134

211

Advanced Machine Technology I

Fraction operations and word problems . Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format unless otherwise noted . Prerequisite: COMPASS score between 20-27 . (Previously MTH 081) 7852 AA 1 SANDMEIER, S MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM A221 7854 BA 1 FREESE, J MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM A221 7856 CA 1 SANDMEIER, S MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM A221 7858 DA 1 LIEBLER, N MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM A221 7860 EA 1 LIEBLER, N MTWTh 12:40PM- 1:40PM A221 7862 FA 1 MITCHELL, M MTWTh 1:50PM- 2:50PM A221 7864 GA 1 SMITH, A MTWTh 3:00PM- 4:00PM A221 7866 HA 1 SMITH, A MTWTh 4:10PM- 5:10PM A221 8717 WB 1 HAGAN, J MW 5:20PM- 8:40PM A221 8718 WB1 1 ARTER, M TTh 5:20PM- 8:40PM A221 8719 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-10:30AM A221 8720 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 9:30AM-11:30AM A221 8721 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 10:30AM-12:30PM A221

081

Fractions

MATH

MT

Work on projects using the lathe and milling machine to practice the concepts taught in class . Prerequisite: MT 211 or instructor’s permission . 6518 AA 1- 9 WALKER, R DAILY 10:00AM- 1:30PM V134A
$11.40 lab fee.

2111

Advanced Machine Technology I Lab

MT

This course is designed to build skill and knowledge in CNC . Upon completion of this course, students should be able to program, set up, and operate CNC equipment . Prerequisite: MT 211 or instructor’s permission . 6520 AA 5 WALKER, R DAILY ARR V134

221

Advanced Machine Technology II

Decimals, ratios, proportions, percents, measurements, and graphs . Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format unless otherwise noted . Prerequisite: MATH 081 . (Previously MTH 082) 7868 AA 2 SANDMEIER, S MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM A221 7870 BA 2 FREESE, J MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM A221 7872 CA 2 SANDMEIER, S MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM A221 7874 DA 2 LIEBLER, N MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM A221 7876 EA 2 LIEBLER, N MTWTh 12:40PM- 1:40PM A221 7878 FA 2 MITCHELL, M MTWTh 1:50PM- 2:50PM A221 7880 GA 2 SMITH, A MTWTh 3:00PM- 4:00PM A221 7882 HA 2 SMITH, A MTWTh 4:10PM- 5:10PM A221 8722 WB 2 HAGAN, J MW 5:20PM- 8:40PM A221 8723 WB1 2 ARTER, M TTh 5:20PM- 8:40PM A221 8724 WK 2 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-12:30PM A221

082

Measures/Decimals/Percentages

MT

Work on projects using the CNC to practice the concepts taught in class . Prerequisite: MT 2111 or instructor’s permission . 6522 AA 9 WALKER, R DAILY 9:00AM-12:30PM V134A
$11.40 lab fee.

2211

Advanced Machine Technology II Lab

MT

This course is designed to build skill and knowledge in Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) . Upon completion of this course, students should be able to draw a part in a solid modeling software, write a program with the CAM system, and machine the part on a CNC . Prerequisite: MT 221 or instructor’s permission . 6524 AA 5 WALKER, R DAILY ARR V134

231

Advanced Machine Technology III

33 – Credit Classes

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Mathematics
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

Credit Classes
SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#

MATH

A review of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, power and square roots, measurement and metrics, word problems (fractions, decimals, percentages), and tables and graphs . Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format unless otherwise noted . Prerequisite: COMPASS score between 28-43 . (Previously MTH 083) 7884 AA 2 SANDMEIER, S MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM A221 7886 BA 2 FREESE, J MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM A221 7888 CA 2 SMITH, A MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM A125
Class is taught in a classroom.

083

Review Basics

MATH

The first course of a three-quarter sequence (MATH 096, MATH 097, MATH 098) which covers elementary and intermediate algebra . Topics include: operations with real numbers, solutions of linear equations and inequalities, graphing lines, and applications of the aforementioned . Prerequisite: MATH 084 or COMPASS test placement . (Previously MTH 096) 5508 AA 5 KIPPES, J MTWTh 6:50AM- 7:50AM S248
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

096

Algebra Review 1

5510 5512 5514 8560 5516 5518 5520 8562 8564 8566

BA CA

5 5 5 5

GUILBAULT, F HASHAM, M ZHANG, L HASHAM, M RUSSELL, L BOURAMA, T HASHAM, M STAFF TRIPATHI, K TRIPATHI, K

MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh ARR

8:00AM- 9:00AM 9:10AM-10:10AM 10:20AM-11:20AM ARR

A332 S247 S143

7890 7892 7894 7896 7898 8725 8726 8727

DA EA FA GA HA WB WB1 WK

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

LIEBLER, N LIEBLER, N MITCHELL, M SMITH, A SMITH, A HAGAN, J ARTER, M LEE, M

MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MW TTh Sa

11:30AM-12:30PM 12:40PM- 1:40PM 1:50PM- 2:50PM 3:00PM- 4:00PM 4:10PM- 5:10PM 5:20PM- 8:40PM 5:20PM- 8:40PM 8:30AM-12:30PM

A221 A221 A221 A221 A221 A221 A221 A221

DA

This course is primarily taught through the Internet at http://mymathlab.com. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee. Mandatory orientation 9/21/10 at 5:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Melissa Hasham at MHasham@columbiabasin.edu for further information. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

DII

MATH

This introductory course includes signed number operations, algebraic concepts, ratio and proportion, rectangular coordinates, angles, triangles, and area and volume . For students who have never taken algebra or who need a refresher before enrolling in MATH 091 . Prerequisite: MATH 082 with appropriate TABE test score, or MATH 083, or COMPASS 44-50 placement . (Previously MTH 084) 7A00 AA 2 SANDMEIER, S MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM A221 7A02 BA 2 LIEBLER, N MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM W147
Class is taught in a classroom.

084

Algebra/Geometry

EAW 5 FA 5 5 5 5 5

MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MW TTh TTh

11:30AM-12:30PM 12:40PM- 1:40PM 1:50PM- 2:50PM 5:00PM- 7:10PM 5:00PM- 7:10PM 7:30PM- 9:40PM

S235 S143 S247 S235 S239 S247

GA

WB XB YB

7A04 7A06 7B44 7A08 7A10 7A12 7A14 8728 8729 8730

This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.

CA DA DII

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

SANDMEIER, S LIEBLER, N LIEBLER, N LIEBLER, N MITCHELL, M SMITH, A SMITH, A HAGAN, J ARTER, M SUNDBLAD, T

MTWTh MTWTh ARR MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MW TTh Sa

10:20AM-11:20AM 11:30AM-12:30PM ARR 12:40PM- 1:40PM 1:50PM- 2:50PM 3:00PM- 4:00PM 4:10PM- 5:10PM 5:20PM- 8:40PM 5:20PM- 8:40PM 8:30AM-12:30PM

A221 A221

MATH

EA FA GA HA WB WB1 WK

A221 A221 A221 A221 A221 A221 A221

The second course of a three-quarter sequence (MATH 096, MATH 097, MATH 098) which covers elementary and intermediate algebra . Topics include: operations with polynomials, factoring polynomials, solving equations by factoring, exponents, scientific notation, operations with rational expressions, solving rational equations, and applications of all of the aforementioned . Prerequisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH 096 or COMPASS test placement . (Previously MTH 097) 5522 AA 5 BULSON, L MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM S233
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

097

Algebra Review 2

5524 5526 5528 8568 5530 5532 5534 5536 8570 8572

BA CA

5 5 5 5 5 5

BOURAMA, T CRIDDLE, N MEIER, P JINDAL, M JINDAL, M CRAWFORD, C BULSON, L CRIDDLE, N STAFF STAFF

MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh ARR

9:10AM-10:10AM 9:10AM-10:10AM 10:20AM-11:20AM ARR

S233 W180B W144

MATH

This course is primarily coverage of high school shop math and elementary algebra . Topics include measurement principles such as fractional measure calculations plus decimals, conversion of metric to standard and vice versa using various measuring devices, area and volume formulas of complex shapes, solution of linear equations and inequalities for industry application, along with reading of graphs intended for industrial usage and designed to meet deficiencies in computing measure for vocational applications . This course is for vocational students entering the various vocational disciplines, not intended to replace or augment MATH 096, MATH 097, MATH 098, or MATH 095 . Prerequisite: MATH 084 or COMPASS test placement at MATH 096 or better and a grade of 2 .5 or above . (Previously MTH 093) 5500 AA 3 GUILBAULT, F MW 10:30AM-11:45AM V128
$11.40 lab fee.

093

Vocation Review

DA

This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at http://mymathlab.com. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee. Mandatory orientation 9/20/10 AT 6:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Manju Jindal at MJindal@columbiabasin.edu for further information. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

DII EA FA

MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MW TTh

11:30AM-12:30PM 12:40PM- 1:40PM 12:40PM- 1:40PM 1:50PM- 2:50PM 5:00PM- 7:10PM 7:30PM- 9:40PM

S249 S248 S235 S249 S239 S235

GAW 5 HA 5 5 5

MATH

This course is a rapid coverage of high school-level algebra . Topics include: integer and rational exponents, operations with polynomials and factoring, operations with rational and radical expressions, solving quadratic and rational equations, graphs of lines and parabolas, systems of equations, complex numbers, functions, and applications of all of the aforementioned . Prerequisite: 2 .0 or better in MATH 097 is acceptable but not advised or COMPASS test placement . (Previously MTH 095) 5504 AA 5 BARTRAND, M MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM S247
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

095

Intermediate Algebra

WB XB

5501 5506 5502 8552 8554 8556 8558

BA CA

5 5 5 5 5 5 5

DAVIS, ROEAN ZHANG, L ZHANG, L ZHANG, L

MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh ARR MW TTh MW

11:30AM-12:30PM 12:40PM- 1:40PM 1:50PM- 2:50PM ARR

S248 S249 S233

DA

This course is primarily conducted through the internet at http://mymathlab.com. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee. Mandatory orientation on 9/20/10 at 4:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Limin Zhang at LZhang@columbiabasin.edu for further information. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

DII

WB XB YB

MCNAMAR, M WEIER, C MCNAMAR, M

5:00PM- 7:10PM 5:00PM- 7:10PM 7:30PM- 9:40PM

S247 S248 D104

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Credit Classes – 34

Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME

Mathematics – Mathematics CCN
LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR

DAY

TIME

LOCATION

MATH

The third course of a three-quarter sequence (MATH 096, MATH 097, MATH 098) which covers elementary and intermediate algebra . Topics include: graphs of lines and parabolas, systems of equations, operations with radical expressions, complex numbers, solving quadratic equations, and functions and applications of the aforementioned . A grade of 2 .0 or better in this class will satisfy the Intermediate Algebra proficiency requirement for the AA degree . Prerequisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH 097 . (Previously MTH 098) 5538 AA 5 JULIAN, R MTWTh 6:50AM- 7:50AM S145
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

098

Algebra Review 3

MATHEMATICS CCN
MATH& 107
This class is designed for students who have successfully completed intermediate algebra . This course will attempt to make mathematics enjoyable, practical, understandable, and informative using a variety of real-life applications . Topics include: linear, quadratic, exponential, and logarithmic models, geometry, tessellations, fractals, logic, interest, annuities, loans, probability, and statistics . The class will satisfy the quantitative skills requirement for the AA degree . Prerequisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH 095, MATH 098, or COMPASS test placement . (Previously MTH 130) 5556 AA 5 CRIDDLE, N MTWTh 12:40PM- 1:40PM W180B
$11.40 lab fee.

Math In Society [M/S] [Q/SR]

5540 5542 5544 8574 8576 8578

BA CA

5 5 5 5 5 5

MEIER, P SPENCE, J HOWARD, B SPENCE, J

MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh ARR MW TTh

9:10AM-10:10AM 10:20AM-11:20AM 11:30AM-12:30PM ARR

S143 S237 D104

8582

DA

This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at http://mymathlab.com. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee. Mandatory orientation 9/21/10 at 8:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact John Spence at JSpence@columbiabasin.edu for futher information. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

DII

This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at http://mymathlab.com. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee. Mandatory orientation 9/20/10 at 7:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Toure Bourama at TBourama@columbiabasin.edu for further information.

DII

5

BOURAMA, T

ARR

ARR

MATH& 141

WB YB

PILLALAMARRI PILLALAMARRI

5:00PM- 7:10PM 5:00PM- 7:10PM

W180C S247

MATH

Mathematical concepts used in business such as interest, buying, selling, and depreciation . Required by some majors for AAS degree; does not satisfy math requirement for AA degree . This course does not satisfy the prerequisite requirements for courses requiring MATH 095 . Prerequisite: MATH 084 or COMPASS test placement . (Previously MTH 106) 5548 AA 5 ZABARAUSKAS, A MTWTh 12:40PM- 1:40PM S145
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

106

Business Mathematics

Designed to prepare students for entry into basic calculus . Precalculus I together with Precalculus II is designed to prepare students for entry into the calculus sequence: MATH& 151, MATH& 152, MATH& 153, and MATH& 254 . The topics include: absolute value, complex numbers, linear and quadratic equations, rational, polynomial, exponential and logarithmic functions, inverse functions, theory of equations, and sequences and series . Prerequisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH 095, MATH 098, or COMPASS test placement . Students completing MATH& 141 may not receive graduation credit for MATH& 144 . (Previously MTH 154) 5568 AA 5 MEIER, P MTWTh 6:50AM- 7:50AM S249
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

Precalculus I [M/S] [Q/SR]

5570 5572 5574 8590 5576 5578 5580 5582 8591 8592

BA CA

5 5 5 5 5

HASHAM, M ZHANG, L DAVIS, ROEAN HASHAM, M SPENCE, J JINDAL, M ANDERSON, A ROGERS, L DESTEESE, S DESTEESE, S

MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh ARR

8:00AM- 9:00AM 8:00AM- 9:00AM 1:50PM- 2:50PM ARR

S247 S238 S238

5550

BA

5

ANDERSON, A

MTWTh

1:50PM- 2:50PM

S143

DA

MATH

An introduction to problem-solving principles and strategies, sets and logic, numeration systems, properties of the real number system and its subsystems, and applications of mathematics . Primarily for elementary education majors . This course satisfies the quantitative skills requirement for the AA degree provided that MATH 122 is also successfully completed . Prerequisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH 095, MATH 098, or COMPASS test placement . (Previously MTH 121) 5552 AA 5 BARTRAND, M MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM S247
$11.40 lab fee.

121

Structure of Elementary Math [M/S]

This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at http://mymathlab.com. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee. Mandatory orientation 9/21/10 at 6:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Melissa Hasham at MHasham@columbiabasin.edu for further information. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

DII EA

MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MW TTh

9:10AM-10:10AM 10:20AM-11:20AM 12:40PM- 1:40PM 1:50PM- 2:50PM 5:00PM- 7:10PM 7:30PM- 9:40PM

S249 S248 S233 S235 S249 S248

FAW 5 GAW 5 HA 5 5 5

MATH

An elementary introduction to algebraic reasoning, probability, and statistics . Primarily for elementary education majors . This course satisfies the quantitative skills requirement for the AA degree, provided that MATH 121 has been successfully completed . Prerequisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH 121 . (Previously MTH 123) 8580 WB 5 STAFF MW 5:00PM- 7:10PM S151
$11.40 lab fee.

123

Algebra,Probability,Stats Elementary [M/S][Q/SR]

WB XB

MATH& 142

MATH

Fundamental concepts of mathematics emphasizing appreciation and respect for precise definitions and logical reasoning . A course especially suited for students in the behavioral, managerial, and social sciences . Topics include matrices, systems of linear equations and inequalities, finance, probability and counting techniques, game theory, decision analysis, and Markov chains . Prerequisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH 095, MATH 098, or COMPASS test placement . (Previously MTH 147) 5566 AA 5 RUSSELL, L MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM S249
$11.40 lab fee.

147

Finite Math [M/S] [Q/SR]

Precalculus II is the second quarter of the precalculus sequence . Precalculus II is predominantly trigonometry . The topics include trigonometric functions and their inverses, solving triangles, circular functions, identities, conditional equations, complex numbers in polar form, conic sections, parametric and polar equations, systems of equations, matrices and determinants, and vectors . Prerequisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH& 141 . Students completing MATH& 142 may not receive graduation credit for MATH& 144 . (Previously MTH 155) 5584 AA 5 BULSON, L MTWTh 6:50AM- 7:50AM S233
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

Precalculus II [M/S] [Q/SR]

5586 8594

BA

5 5

JINDAL, M ROGERS, L

MTWTh MW

8:00AM- 9:00AM 5:00PM- 7:10PM

S235 D104

8588 8589

This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at http://mymathlab.com. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee. Mandatory orientation 9/20/10 at 5:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Paul Meier at PMeier@columbiabasin.edu for further information. $11.40 lab fee.

DII

5 5

MEIER, P

ARR TTh

ARR

WB

MATH& 144

WB

ROGERS, L

5:00PM- 7:10PM

S145

Precalculus I & II is a condensed, accelerated combination of Precalculus I and Precalculus II . Selected topics from Precalculus I and Precalculus II are covered in one quarter, allowing the better prepared student to complete the precalculus preparation in one quarter rather than two . The topics include polynomial, rational, logarithmic, and circular functions . Also, analytic geometry, complex numbers, vectors, and sequences and series . Prerequisite: COMPASS test placement or instructor’s permission . Students completing MATH& 144 may not receive graduation credit for MATH& 141 and/or MATH& 142 . (Previously MTH 157) 5588 AA 5 BARTRAND, M MTWTh 12:40PM- 1:40PM S247
$11.40 lab fee.

Precalculus I & II [M/S] [Q/SR]

35 – Credit Classes

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Mathematics CCN – Medical Imaging Technology
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

Credit Classes
DAY TIME LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR

MATH& 146

A course especially suited for the non-physical science major such as business, behavioral sciences, computer science, etc . A study of both descriptive and inferential statistics . It includes measures of central tendency, probability, sampling methods, hypothesis testing, linear regression, and correlation . Prerequisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH 095, MATH 098, or COMPASS test placement . (Previously MTH 143) 5558 AA 5 ANDERSON, A MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM W180C
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

Introduction to Stats [M/S] [Q/SR]

MEDICAL ASSISTANT
MA
Provides a basic knowledge of pharmacology including the legal ethical issues, the terms and abbreviations, the involvement of governmental agencies, the role of the providers and allied health professional, reading, interpreting and documenting the medication orders; and the effects of medication and common drugs used with each body system including antineoplastics, analgesics, antipyretics, nutritional supplements, and alternative medicines . Prerequisites: MATH 082 or COMPASS score of MATH 083 . Required admission into the Medical Assistant program . Information available at the Health Sciences Division office, (509) 544-8300 . 4400 AAW 5 CLARKE, H MTWTh 9:10AM-10:30AM 248 A*
Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog and at the Health Sciences websites.

111

Pharmacology I

5560 5562 5564 8584 8585 8586 8587

BA CA

5 5 5 5 5 5 5

RUSSELL, L CRAWFORD, C BRENCHLEY, D RUSSELL, L

MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh ARR

10:20AM-11:20AM 1:50PM- 2:50PM 6:50AM- 7:50AM ARR

S249 S248 W132

DA

This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at http://mymathlab.com. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee. Mandatory orientation 9/20/10 at 8:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Larry Russell at LRussell@columbiabasin.edu for futher information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at http://mymathlab.com. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee. Mandatory orientation 9/20/10 at 7:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Toure Bourama at TBourama@columbiabasin.edu for further information. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

DII DII

MA

BOURAMA, T STAFF WEIER, C

ARR MW TTh

ARR

WB XB

7:30PM- 9:40PM 7:30PM- 9:40PM

S235 S249

This is the first of two structure and function classes introducing cellular function, organ systems of the body, the anatomy and physiology of the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, nervous, endocrine systems, the senses and the blood, and the common diseases and their pathology of each of these body systems . Prerequisites: AOT 147/HIT 147 . Required admission into the Medical Assistant program . Information available at the Health Sciences Division office, (509) 544-8300 . 4402 AAW 4 CLARKE, H MTWTh 10:40AM-11:30AM 248 A* CLARKE, H ARR 12:00PM-12:50PM H242*
Important details about health sciences applications and prerequisites can be viewed online in the CBC catalog and at the Health Sciences websites.

114

Human Body Structure, Function and Diseases I

MATH& 148

Designed for non-physical science majors such as business, management, behavioral science, and social science . Topics include: relations, functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, derivatives and their applications, integrals and their applications, and functions of several variables . Prerequisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH& 141 or COMPASS test placement . (Previously MTH 210) 5590 AA 5 CRAWFORD, C MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM S248
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

Business Calculus [M/S] [Q/SR]

MA

This course defines the front office roles and responsibilities of an administrative medical assistant . Major topics covered are a history of the profession, communication, patient education, and performing administrative office duties including reception, appointment scheduling, and the use of computers in the medical office . Prerequisite: acceptance into the Medical Assisting program . 4502 AAW 5 CLARKE, H MTWTh 7:50AM- 9:00AM 248 A*
$11.40 lab fee.

140

Administrative Medical Assistant Office Procedure

5592

BA

5

WHITEMARSH, G

MTWTh

6:50AM- 7:50AM

S235

MATH& 151

The first course in the sequence for students whose major field of study requires a full year of calculus . Topics include: limits of algebraic and trigonometric expressions, the derivatives of algebraic and trigonometric functions; applications of the derivative, and an introduction to antiderivatives, and the definite and indefinite integral . Prerequisites: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH& 141 and MATH& 142 or MATH& 144, or COMPASS test placement . (Previously MTH 231) 5594 AA 5 SPENCE, J MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM S248
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

Calculus I [M/S] [Q/SR]

MEDICAL IMAGING TECHNOLOGY
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An in-depth analysis of mammographic positioning, exposure techniques, quality control, film critiquing, and radiation safety . Prerequisite: currently enrolled in an approved Radiologic Technology program or ARRT Certified Radiologic Technologist . 4650 ACW 4 SAMANTHA, F Th 6:00PM- 9:15PM 248 B*

Mammography

IMAGE 229

5596 8596

BA

5 5

CRIDDLE, N HOWARD, B

MTWTh TTh

10:20AM-11:20AM 5:00PM- 7:10PM

S233 S235

WB

Students are assigned to a mammography department for 132 hours to satisfy clinical competency requirements of the ARRT for eligibility to sit for the ARRT advanced-level exam in mammography . Prerequisite: acceptance into the program . 4652 AC 4 SAMANTHA, F ARR ARR

Mammography Clinical

MATH& 152

A continuation of MATH& 151 . Topics include: applications of the definite integral; differentiation and integration of logarithmic, exponential and inverse trigonometric functions; hyperbolic functions and their inverses, techniques of integration; indeterminate forms, and improper integrals . Prerequisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH& 151 or equivalent . (Previously MTH 232) 5598 AAW 5 ANDERSON, A MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM S235
$11.40 lab fee.

Calculus II [M/S] [Q/SR]

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Course presents normal human anatomy in various planes using CT, MR, Interventional, and Cardiac Cath images . Prerequisite: currently enrolled in an approved Radiologic Technology program, ARRT Certified Radiologic Technologist, ARRT Certified Radiation Therapist, or NMTCB Certified Nuclear Medicine Technologist . 4640 WDW 3 FOX, R T 5:30PM- 8:30PM 135*

Cross Sectional Anatomy

IMAGE 270

MATH& 153

A continuation of MATH& 152 . Topics include: infinite sequences and series, conics, parametric equations, polar coordinates, arc length, vectors in two and three dimensions, surfaces, cylindrical coordinates, and spherical coordinates . Prerequisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH& 152 or equivalent . (Previously MTH 233) 8598 WB 5 HOWARD, B MW 5:00PM- 7:10PM S248
$11.40 lab fee.

Calculus III [M/S] [Q/SR]

Provides hands-on experience in the clinical setting . Students perform designated tasks associated with CT scanning and procedures under direct and indirect supervision . Completion of this course prepares the student for entry-level work in a CT department . Prerequisite: currently enrolled in an approved Radiologic Technology program, ARRT Certified Radiologic Technologist, ARRT Certified Radiation Therapist, or NMTCB Certified Nuclear Medicine Technologist . 4609 AB 1-12 FOX, R ARR ARR

CT Clinical Practicum I

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MATH& 254

An introduction to the calculus applied to functions of two or three variables . Topics include: functions of several variables, partial derivatives, differentials, directional derivatives, multiple integration, vector fields, line integrals, Green’s Theorem, surface integrals, the Divergence Theorem, and Stokes’s Theorem . Prerequisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH& 153 or equivalent . (Previously MTH 234) 5599 AA 5 BOURAMA, T MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM S233
$11.40 lab fee.

Calculus IV [M/S] [Q/SR]

Provides hands-on experience in the clinical setting . Students perform designated tasks associated with MRI scanning and procedures under direct and indirect supervision . Prerequisite: currently enrolled in an approved Radiologic Technology program, ARRT Certified Radiologic Technologist, ARRT Certified Radiation Therapist, or NMTCB Certified Nuclear Medicine Technologist . 4611 AC 1-12 FOX, R ARR ARR

MRI Clinical Practicum

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Credit Classes – 36

Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME

Music – Nuclear Technology
LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR

DAY

TIME

LOCATION

MUSIC
MUSC
The evolution of jazz and the development of black music in white America . This is an intercultural humanities course . Emphasis on listening and enjoyment through the use of recordings, attendance at concerts, and films . (Previously MUS 116) 0400 AA 5 CAZIER, D MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM D105 8024 DII 5 CLARK, D ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Dave Clark by the second day of class, either via email at dclark@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-5531.

MUSC

116

History of Jazz [H]

Instruction and performance of standard choral literature from a variety of historical periods and cultures . Performances required on and off campus . Open to all students . A maximum of six credits from this course can be applied to an AA degree . (Previously MUS 181) 0420 AA 1 CAZIER, D TTh 11:30AM-12:30PM P203

181

Chorus

MUSC

MUSC

Instruction and performance of standard and contemporary wind literature . In all performing groups, a maximum of six elective credits may be applied to an AA degree . (Previously MUS 118) 8026 WB 1- 2 HUBBS, R T 7:30PM- 9:30PM P103

118

Band

Emphasis on traditional and contemporary vocal jazz concepts in an advanced ensemble situation . Extensive audition required each spring for the following academic year . Performances required on and off campus . A maximum of six credits from this course can be applied to an AA degree . Prerequisite: instructor’s permission . (Previously MUS 242) 0426 AA 1- 3 CAZIER, D DAILY 1:50PM- 2:50PM P203

244

Advanced Vocal Jazz

MUSC

MUSC

Private lessons on wind, percussion, and keyboard instruments . Instruction may be by CBC faculty or by instructors approved by the CBC Music department . There may be additional fees charged by the instructor . These courses are intended for students who are pursuing a degree in music . (Previously MUS 122) 0402 AA 1 HUBBS, R ARR ARR 0404 AA 1 MC KAY, W ARR ARR

122

Applied Music

This class focuses on developing the skills to correctly identify chord progressions and melodic dictation, and continued work with ear training concepts . This class should be taken concurrently with MUSC& 241 . Offered fall quarter only . (Previously MUS 274) 0428 AA 1 BURROUGHS, R ARR ARR

274

Advanced Ear Training

MUSC

MUSC

Private vocal lessons . Instruction may be by CBC faculty or by instructors approved by the CBC Music department . There may be additional fees charged by the instructor . These courses are intended for students who are pursuing a degree in music . (Previously MUS 123) 0406 AA 1 CAZIER, D ARR ARR

123

Applied Music

Instruction and performance of advanced choral literature from a variety of historical periods and cultures . Performances required on and off campus . A maximum of six credits from this course can be applied to an AA degree . Prerequisite: instructor’s permission . (Previously MUS 281) 0430 AA 1- 3 CAZIER, D DAILY 11:30AM-12:30PM P203

281

Advanced Chorus

MUSIC CCN
MUSC& 105
The study of musical literature from early times to the present . Emphasis on listening and enjoyment through the use of recordings, attendance at concerts, and films . (Previously MUS 115) 0432 AA 5 BURROUGHS, R MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM P203 0434 BA 5 BURROUGHS, R MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM P203 0435 CA 5 STAFF MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM P203 8032 DII 5 PEDERSEN, R ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend must contact Bob Pedersen by the second day of class, via email at bpedersen@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4387.

Music Appreciation [H]

MUSC

Private lessons on string instruments . Instruction may be by CBC faculty or by instructors approved by the CBC Music department . There may be additional fees charged by the instructor . These courses are intended for students who are pursuing a degree in music . (Previously MUS 124) 0408 AA 1 BURROUGHS, R ARR ARR

124

Applied Music

MUSC

Introduction in and performance of standard orchestral literature . In all performing groups a maximum of six elective credits can be applied to an AA degree . Prerequisites: orchestra instrument background and instructor’s permission . (Previously MUS 125) 8028 WB 1 BURROUGHS, R Th 7:30PM- 9:30PM P103

125

Orchestra

MUSC& 141

MUSC

Group piano instruction for all students interested in beginning piano . Students may take more than one quarter . (Previously MUS 134) 0410 AA 2 MANCINELLI, K MTTh 9:10AM-10:10AM P102
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

134

Piano Class

Courses must be taken in sequence . The melodic, rhythmic and harmonic elements of music through ear-training, sight singing, writing, analysis, and keyboard work . This course should be taken concurrently with MUSC 171 . Some music background is required . Students with no piano background should take MUSC 134 concurrently . Offered fall quarter only . (Previously MUS 101) 0436 AA 5 HUBBS, R MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM P103 0438 BA 5 HUBBS, R MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM P103

Music Theory I

0411

BA

2

MANCINELLI, K

MTTh

10:20AM-11:20AM

P102

MUSC& 241

MUSC

Study, rehearse, and perform jazz, commercial, and big band literature . Performances required on and off campus . A maximum of six elective credits from this course can be applied to an AA degree . Prerequisite: audition and/or instructor’s permission . (Previously MUS 137) 0412 AA 1- 3 HUBBS, R DAILY 12:40PM- 1:40PM P103

137

Jazz Band

Melody harmonization, harmonic dictation, chromatic harmony, advanced modulation, 20th century techniques, and oral composition . Prerequisite: MUS 103 . This course should be taken concurrently with MUSC 274 . Offered fall quarter only . (Previously MUS 204) 0439 AA 5 BURROUGHS, R MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM P102

Music Theory IV

NUCLEAR TECHNOLOGY
ELT
Introduction to the basic concepts of electricity, electrical fundamentals, and electronics . Includes AC and DC currents, heaters and heat tracing, electrical supply and control components, and electronic systems . Prerequisite: NT 111 or concurrent enrollment . 6400 WB 5 STAFF ARR ARR B111 STAFF W 5:30PM- 7:10PM B111
$11.40 lab fee.

MUSC

Emphasis on swing and vocal jazz concepts within a performance ensemble . Performances required on and off campus . In all performing groups a maximum of six elective credits from this course can be applied to an AA degree . Prerequisite: iInstructor’s permission . (Previously MUS 140) 0414 AA 1- 3 CAZIER, D DAILY 1:50PM- 2:50PM P203

140

Vocal Jazz

111

Introduction to Electricity

MUSC

The following ensembles will be organized if enrollment warrants: brass ensemble, woodwind ensemble, string ensemble, and mixed instrumental ensemble . A maximum of six elective credits from this course can be applied to an AA degree . (Previously MUS 147) 0416 AA 1 BURROUGHS, R ARR ARR

147

Instrument Ensemble

6402

$11.40 lab fee.

XB

5

STAFF STAFF

ARR F

ARR 4:30PM- 6:10PM

B112 B112

NT

MUSC

This class focuses on developing the skills to correctly identify major and minor scales, intervals, rhythmic patterns, and triads in root position . This class should be taken concurrently with MUSC& 141 . Offered fall quarter only . (Previously MUS 171) 0418 AA 1 HUBBS, R ARR ARR 0419 BA 1 HUBBS, R ARR ARR

171

Ear Training Fundamentals

Topics include types of radiation, radioactive decay, activity, radioactive sources, and interaction of radiation with matter, radiation units, and basic fundamentals of exposure, dose, and personnel dose . The course includes an opportunity to practice basic radiation protection tasks . Prerequisite: NT 111 . 6405 WB 5 STAFF ARR ARR B111 KURTZ, J ARR ARR B111 6406 XB 5 STAFF ARR ARR B111

114

Introduction to Radiation Safety

37 – Credit Classes

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Nursing – Parent Education
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

Credit Classes
INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS

NURSING
NRS
Drug dosage calculations and administration techniques . Emphasis is on mathematic computations for various forms of drug administration utilizing household, metric, and Apothecary measurements . Prerequisite: admission to the Nursing program . 4016 AAW 1 HORNTVEDT, T MT 8:00AM- 9:00AM
Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in course subject matter. $34.55 fee.

NURSING ASSISTANT
NA
This course leads to the ability of those completing the course to become eligible for testing as a Nursing Assistant Certified . The course covers communication and interpersonal skills, infection control, safety and emergency procedures, promoting resident independence, respecting resident rights, basic nursing skills, personal care skills, mental health and social services needs, care of the cognitively impaired resident, basic restorative care, resident rights, HIPAA, First Aid and CPR for the healthcare provider, HIV/AIDS, dementia, and cultural awareness . Concurrent enrollment into NA 1001 Lab . Students are required to demonstrate skills associated with each of the course subjects within the laboratory or clinical setting . More information is available from the Health Sciences Division office, (509) 544-8300 . 4032 AA 4 FLATEN, S MTWF 12:00PM- 1:30PM 141*
Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in course subject matter. $34.55 fee.

101

Basic Pharmacology

100

Nursing Assistant

NRS

Initial course in the Nursing program . Includes theory and clinical practice in the fundamentals of nursing care and the introduction of the nursing process . Concepts of growth and developmental tasks for all ages and beginning-level professional communication skills are presented . Emphasis is on safety, health maintenance, and basic skills development . Prerequisites: admission to the Nursing program and BIOL& 241/BIOL& 241L or concurrent enrollment . All must have a grade of 2 .0 or above . 4018 AAW 7 BURNS, L M 9:10AM-11:20AM
Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in course subject matter. $34.55 fee.

111

Nursing I

NA

NRS

Lab to be taken concurrently with NRS 111 . 4020 AAW 4 TOPHAM, V TW

1111

Nursing I Lab

This course provides skills for laboratory and clinical requirements for the Nursing Assistant lecture course . Students are involved in on-campus learning laboratory experiences as well as clinical rotations within community health facilities . 4034 AA 4 FLATEN, S MTWF 10:00AM-11:50AM 109*
Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in course subject matter. $34.55 fee.

1001

Nursing Assistant Lab

Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in course subject matter. $34.55 fee.

6:50AM-11:20AM

NUTRITION & FOOD CCN
NUTR& 101
Principles of nutrition as they apply to macro-nutrients . Economic, cultural, and psychological influences are considered . The need for vitamins, minerals, and special nutritional requirements at different stages of the lifecycle and special topics of current concern are included . (Previously NFS 111) 5320 AAW 5 BURLINGAME, J MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM W155 5322 BAW 5 BURLINGAME, J MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM W155 5324 CAW 5 BURLINGAME, J MTWTh 12:40PM- 1:40PM W150 8480 DII 5 BARTON, D ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Students taking this class will need to purchase an Access Code in addition to the course textbook. Website information for purchasing the Access Code will be provided at the beginning of the quarter by the instructor via http://angel.columbiabasin.edu. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Students taking this class will need to purchase an Access Code in addition to the course textbook. Website information for purchasing the Access Code will be provided at the beginning of the quarter by the instructor via http://angel.columbiabasin.edu.

NRS

A campus laboratory experience designed to allow nursing students time to gain proficiency in nursing skills before actual practice in the hospital setting . Students enrolled in the Nursing program register for this class each quarter . Pass/ Fail class . Prerequisite: enrollment in the Nursing program . 4022 AAW 2 TUCKER, K ARR ARR IRWIN, L ARR ARR

1351

Nursing Trends Lab

Nutrition [M/S]

NRS

This class will supplement, review, and reinforce information provided on pharmacology of drugs that have been covered in Nursing I, II, III, and IV . Students review drug classifications and pharmacological principles associated with medication administration, while relating this information to a corresponding patient diagnosis as well as understanding the related nursing implications . Students are also challenged with medication calculations throughout the course of the program . Prerequisite: current enrollment in NRS 211/NRS 2111 . 4024 AAW 1 MOFFITT, S ARR ARR

201

Pharmacology

8481

DII

5

BARTON, D

ARR

ARR

NRS

The first course in the second level of the Nursing program . Emphasis is on the application of the nursing process in the delivery of nursing care to individuals experiencing acute medical/surgical and psychiatric illness . Classroom and clinical experiences are directed toward increasing knowledge of pathophysiological and psychiatric dysfunctions and developing advanced nursing skills in assessment, planning, and implementation of patient care . Prerequisite: student must meet minimal requirements for entry into the second year of the Nursing program under the following conditions: an LPN with advanced placement; a student continuing in the Nursing program from the first year with a minimum 2 .5 GPA in Nursing and a 2 .0 in all supporting courses; BIOL& 260/BIOL& 260L with a grade of 2 .0 or above or concurrent enrollment . 4026 AAW 5 HOERNER, M MTWTh 1:50PM- 2:50PM
Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in course subject matter. $34.55 fee.

211

Nursing IV

8482

WBW 5

PEDERSON, A

TTh

7:30PM- 9:40PM

S238

PARENT EDUCATION
PED
Parents and infants 0-12 months attend class together once each week in a specially designed infant/toddler environment . Class time is spent in active parent-child interactions and in group discussions led by parenting education instructors . This class helps parents develop realistic age-level expectations, clarify child rearing values, explore methods of child guidance, strengthen family communication, explore contemporary family issues, and relax and enjoy their role as parents . 9500 AA 1- 2 STAFF F 9:15AM-11:15AM A023 STAFF F 9:15AM-11:15AM A023 Parents and children ages 12 to 24 months attend class together once a week . A quality early learning program taught by an early childhood specialist is offered to the children . Parents assist in the classroom with developmentally appropriate activities . During group discussion led by a parenting education instructor, parents develop realistic age-level expectations, clarify personal child rearing values, explore child guidance techniques, and discuss contemporary family issues . 9502 AA 1- 2 STAFF M 9:15AM-11:15AM A024 STAFF M 9:15AM-11:15AM A024 9504 BA 1- 2 STAFF T 9:15AM-11:15AM A024 STAFF T 9:15AM-11:15AM A024

085

Parent-Infant

PED

086

Parent-Young Toddler

NRS NRS

Lab to be taken concurrently with NRS 211 . 4028 AA 5 MORRIS, P TW

2111 2351

Nursing IV Lab

6:50AM-12:00PM

ARR

A campus laboratory experience designed to allow the nursing student to gain proficiency in nursing skills before actual practice in the hospital setting: Prerequisite: enrollment in the nursing program . 4030 AA 1 HOERNER, M M 11:30AM-12:30PM

Nursing Trends Lab

PED

Parents and their children ages three years and under attend class together once a week . A quality early learning program taught by an early childhood specialist is offered to the children . Parents assist in the classroom with developmentally appropriate activities . During discussion time with a parenting education instructor, parents explore parenting siblings, develop realistic age-level expectations, clarify personal child rearing values, explore child guidance techniques, and discuss contemporary family issues . 9506 AA 1- 2 STAFF F 9:15AM-11:15AM A024 STAFF F 9:15AM-11:15AM A024 *Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

087

Parent-Toddler-Sibling

Credit Classes – 38

Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME

Philosophy – Physical Education
LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR

DAY

TIME

LOCATION

PED

Parents and child(ren) ages 24 to 36 months attend class together once a week . A quality early learning program taught by an early childhood specialist is offered to the children . Parents assist in the classroom with developmentally appropriate activities . During group discussion led by a parenting education instructor, parents develop realistic age-level expectations, clarify personal child rearing values, explore child guidance techniques, and discuss contemporary family issues . 9508 AA 1- 2 STAFF W 9:15AM-11:15AM A024 STAFF W 9:15AM-11:15AM A024 9510 BA 1- 2 STAFF Th 9:15AM-11:15AM A024 STAFF Th 9:15AM-11:15AM A024 Parents and children ages 3 to 5 years attend school together one day and the child attends an additional one or two days per week . A quality preschool program taught by an early childhood specialist is offered to the children . Parents assist in the classroom with developmentally appropriate activities . Through observation, participation, and discussion with a parenting education instructor, parents have an opportunity to better understand their own child and his/her individual needs as well as explore a variety of parenting issues . 9512 AA 1- 3 STAFF TTh 9:00AM-11:30AM OFF STAFF TTh 9:00AM-11:30AM 9514 BA 1- 3 STAFF MWF 9:00AM-11:30AM OFF STAFF MWF 9:00AM-11:30AM

088

Parent-Toddler

PEC

Advanced concepts and theory in basketball coaching and continuation of fundamentals of basketball supply students with up-to-date information concerning fundamentals, practice organization, game preparation, and player evaluation . Prerequisite: PEC 235 . 0810 AA 2 SCHUMACHER, L DAILY 3:00PM- 4:00PM G103
$11.40 lab fee. Class ends on 10/14/10. $11.40 lab fee. Class ends on 10/14/10.

242

Theory of Basketball

0808

BA

2

HOLDEN, C

DAILY

4:00PM- 5:00PM

G103

PEC

PED

089

CO-OP Preschool

Introduces students to the complexities of offensive and defensive strategies . A complete review of the mental aspects of individual and team play . Prerequisite: PEC 250 . 8042 WB 2 FARRINGTON, S MTWTh 6:00PM- 7:00PM G101
Class ends on 11/03/10.

248

Theory of Baseball I

PEC

Study of the basics involved in the total offensive and defensive scheme of baseball . Methods of instruction and techniques of performance are covered along with specific progress drills . 8484 WB 2 FARRINGTON, S MTWTh 6:00PM- 7:00PM G101
Class ends on 11/24/10.

250

Baseball Fundamentals

PHILOSOPHY
PHIL
A survey of the major religious systems of the world, including Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, Taoism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam . (Previously PHI 131) 2040 AAW 5 BULLERT, G MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM B113

PHYSICAL EDUCATION
PE
A low-impact exercise program that involves stepping up and down on a platform of adjustable height to the accompaniment of music, leading to improved cardiovascular conditioning, as well as lower body endurance and strength . 0818 AA 1 ELGIN, K TTh 10:20AM-11:20AM G103F
$11.40 lab fee.

131

World Religions [H]

1101

Aerobics Step Training I [PE]

PHILOSOPHY CCN
PHIL& 101
A study of the fundamental questions concerning humans and the universe that recur in the history of their thoughts, religion, knowledge, reality, and morality . (Previously PHI 101) 2042 AAW 5 BULLERT, G MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM L109 8410 DII 5 KLAMM-DONEEN ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.

PE

Intro to Philosophy [H]

Continued study and involvement offering a greater level of conditioning through the use of more intense training techniques involved with step training . 0820 AA 1 ELGIN, K TTh 10:20AM-11:20AM G103F
$11.40 lab fee.

1111

Aerobics Step Training II [PE]

PE

PHIL& 106

A study of the principles of formal and informal thinking: induction, deduction, and language . (Previously PHI 120) 2044 AAW 5 WAKEMAN, C MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM D104

Intro to Logic [H]

Dance steps and routines rigorously executed to increase cardiovascular rate, leading to figure trimming and toning . Records on improvements in pulse rates and pulmonary recovery are kept . 0822 AA 1 ELGIN, K TTh 9:10AM-10:10AM G103F
$11.40 lab fee.

1121

Aerobic Dance I [PE]

PE

PHLEBOTOMY
PHLEB 100
This first quarter is lecture for the two-quarter sequence . Students must pass this first quarter with 70 percent or higher in order to continue into the following quarter, PHLEB 1001 Lab . Malpractice Insurance fees are added into the registration . A national background check must be completed prior to admittance into this course . Immunization records must be presented the first day of class . Prerequisite: acceptance into the Phlebotomy program . Information available at the Health Sciences Division office, (509) 544-8300 . 8402 WDW 4 STAFF TTh 3:00PM- 5:00PM 135*
Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in course subject matter. $34.55 fee.

Phlebotomy I

Continued study and advanced techniques of this activity . Dance steps and routines executed to increase cardiovascular rate . Students test and record improvements in pulse rates and pulmonary recovery . Prerequisite: PE 1121 . 0824 AA 1 ELGIN, K TTh 9:10AM-10:10AM G103F
$11.40 lab fee.

1131

Aerobic Dance II [PE]

PE

Advanced study in this activity . Dance steps and routines rigorously executed for improving cardiovascular rate and leading to figure trimming and toning . Improvements are tested and recorded . Prerequisite: PE 1131 . 0826 AA 1 ELGIN, K TTh 9:10AM-10:10AM G103F
$11.40 lab fee.

1141

Aerobic Dance III [PE]

PE

PHYSICAL EDUCATION PROFESSIONAL
PEC
This course includes information on preventative procedures such as taping and bracing . Care of initial injury including American Red Cross Certification for Adult CPR and First Aid . Rehabilitation and return to activity protocol . This is good information for coaches, athletes, or active people in general . 0800 AA 3 STOKER, L MTW 10:20AM-11:20AM G103G
Class ends 11/17/10.

An introductory course to Pilates emphasizing physical exercises, breathing, core strength and stability, and muscle awareness . 0827 AA 1 LEAHY, E MW 8:00AM- 9:00AM G103F
$11.40 lab fee.

1161

Pilates [PE]

180

Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries

PE

An introductory course to Hatha Yoga emphasizing physical exercises, breathing exercises, and meditation practice . 0828 AA 1 LEAHY, E MW 6:50AM- 7:50AM G103F
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

1171

Yoga I [PE]

8478

WB

1

LEAHY, E

Th

5:00PM- 7:00PM

G103F

PEC

History, fundamentals, practice organization, method of instruction, game preparation, and player evaluation are the main topics for instruction . 0804 AA 2 SCHUMACHER, L DAILY 3:00PM- 4:00PM G103
$11.40 lab fee. Class ends on 10/14/10. $11.40 lab fee. Class ends on 10/14/10.

235

Fundamentals of Basketball

PE

A continuation course to a Hatha Yoga practice including intermediate physical poses, yoga breathing exercises, and selected meditations . 0830 AA 1 LEAHY, E MW 6:50AM- 7:50AM G103F
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

1191

Yoga II [PE]

0802

BA

2

HOLDEN, C

DAILY

4:00PM- 5:00PM

G103

8040

WB

1

LEAHY, E

Th

5:00PM- 7:00PM

G103F

39 – Credit Classes

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Physical Education
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

Credit Classes
CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC.

PE

Students are exposed to theories of weight training . Emphasis is placed on strength development, muscular endurance, and flexibility . Students design an individual program with the use of free weights and multi-station machines . 0832 AA 1 BEARD, J MW 11:30AM-12:30PM G106
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

1201

Weight Training I [PE]

PE

Techniques on special shots such as sand shots, sidehill, and downhill lies are emphasized . Prerequisite: PE 1321 . 0860 AA 1 DUNTERMAN, D MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM
$11.40 lab fee. Class meets at Pasco Golf Land, Argent & RD. 42. $11.40 lab fee. Class meets at Pasco Golf Land, Argent & RD. 42.

1331

Golf II [PE]

0834

BA

1

BEARD, J

TTh

11:30AM-12:30PM

G106

0862

BA

1

DUNTERMAN, D

MTWTh

12:40PM- 1:40PM

PE

An intermediate program with students designing their individual workout program . 0836 AA 2 BEARD, J MW 11:30AM-12:30PM G106
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

1211

Weight Training II [PE]

PE

A comprehensive study of the individual parts of the modern golf swing with intensive training directed toward precise control and more power . 0864 AA 2 CLIFFORD, D MTW 12:40PM- 1:40PM
$11.40 lab fee. Class meets at Pasco Golf Land, Argent & RD. 42.

1351

Golf Swing Analysis Strategies [PE]

0838

BA

2

BEARD, J

TTh

11:30AM-12:30PM

G106

PE

PE

An advanced program with the student designing her/his individual workout program . 0840 AA 2 BEARD, J MW 11:30AM-12:30PM G106
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

1221

Weight Training III [PE]

Provides cardiovascular improvement, burns body fat, and builds lifetime skills in aerobic fitness . Emphasis on stretching, safety, motivation, and enjoying jogging . Offered for the beginning jogger or walker through the competitive runner . 0866 AA 1- 2 PATRICK, J ARR ARR
$11.40 lab fee.

1481

Jogging I [PE]

0842

BA

1- 2

BEARD, J

TTh

11:30AM-12:30PM

G106

PE

PE

A total fitness program that develops individual fitness levels in cardiovascular training with benefits of weight training to improve muscle tone and physical conditioning . Students can earn a maximum of two credits per quarter from Fitness Center classes . 0844 AA 1 STOKER, L ARR ARR VLADIMIROFF, S ARR ARR PATRICK, J ARR ARR DUNTERMAN, D ARR ARR BEARD, J ARR ARR G106 HASELHUHN, S ARR ARR STOKER, L ARR ARR LEAHY, E ARR ARR
$11.40 lab fee. Fitness lab is designed to allow flexibility in scheduling your own fitness program. This is a graded class for credit. New users must complete an orientation. Call (509) 542-4418 to schedule an orientation. Hours: (M-Th) 6am-6pm, (F) 6am-5pm. $11.40 lab fee. Fitness lab is designed to allow flexibility in scheduling your own fitness program. This is a graded class for credit. New users must complete an orientation. Call (509) 542-4418 to schedule an orientation. Hours: (M-Th) 6am-6pm, (F) 6am-5pm. $11.40 lab fee. Fitness lab is designed to allow flexibility in scheduling your own fitness program. This is a graded class for credit. New users must complete an orientation. Call (509) 542-4418 to schedule an orientation. Hours: (M-Th) 6am-6pm, (F) 6am-5pm.

1271

Fitness Center I [PE]

Provides cardiovascular improvement, burns body fat, and builds lifetime skills in aerobic fitness . Emphasis on stretching, safety, motivation, and enjoying jogging . Offered for the intermediate jogger or walker through the competitive runner . 0868 BA 1- 2 PATRICK, J ARR ARR
$11.40 lab fee.

1491

Jogging II [PE]

PE

Provides cardiovascular improvement, burns body fat, and builds lifetime skills in aerobic fitness . Emphasis on stretching, safety, motivation, and enjoying jogging . Offered for the advanced jogger or walker through the competitive runner . 0870 AA 1- 2 PATRICK, J ARR ARR
$11.40 lab fee.

1501

Jogging III [PE]

PE

Beginning skills and strategy, this class is suitable for anyone with a desire to learn the basics of the game, with emphasis on rules and court procedure . 0872 FT 1 SCHUMACHER MTWTh 4:00PM- 5:00PM G001
$11.40 lab fee. Class ends on 10/19/10.

1601

Basketball I [PE]

0846 GCF2

BA

2

STOKER, L STOKER, L

ARR ARR

ARR ARR

0874

$11.40 lab fee. Class ends on 10/19/10.

FT

1

HOLDEN, C GARCIA, ROLA

MTWTh MTWTh

3:00PM- 4:00PM 3:00PM- 4:00PM

G001 G001

GCF 1

PE

PE

A continuation of the total fitness program with more involvement in strength, flexibility, muscle toning, aerobic exercise, and body composition . Students can earn a maximum of two credits per quarter from Fitness Center classes . 0848 AA 1 STOKER, L ARR ARR
$11.40 lab fee. Fitness lab is designed to allow flexibility in scheduling your own fitness program. This is a graded class for credit. New users must complete an orientation. Call (509) 542-4418 to schedule an orientation. Hours: (M-Th) 6am-6pm, (F) 6am-5pm. $11.40 lab fee. Fitness lab is designed to allow flexibility in scheduling your own fitness program. This is a graded class for credit. New users must complete an orientation. Call (509) 542-4418 to schedule an orientation. Hours: (M-Th) 6am-6pm, (F) 6am-5pm.

1281

Fitness Center II [PE]

Students expand their knowledge of the skills of basketball, and additional skills are introduced . Team strategy at a more advanced level is emphasized . Prerequisite: PE 1601 . 0876 FT 1 SCHUMACHER MTWTh 4:00PM- 5:00PM G001
$11.40 lab fee. Class ends on 10/19/10.

1611

Basketball II [PE]

0878

$11.40 lab fee. Class ends on 10/19/10.

FT

1

HOLDEN, C GARCIA, ROLA

MTWTh MTWTh

3:00PM- 4:00PM 3:00PM- 4:00PM

G001 G001

PE

0850

BA

2

STOKER, L

ARR

ARR

PE

An advanced, self-paced approach to fitness through the use of specialized exercises, multiple weight machines, and aerobic equipment . Students can earn a maximum of two credits per quarter from Fitness Center classes . 0852 AA 1 STOKER, L ARR ARR
$11.40 lab fee. Fitness lab is designed to allow flexibility in scheduling your own fitness program. This is a graded class for credit. New users must complete an orientation. Call (509) 542-4418 to schedule an orientation. Hours: (M-Th) 6am-6pm, (F) 6am-5pm. $11.40 lab fee. Fitness lab is designed to allow flexibility in scheduling your own fitness program. This is a graded class for credit. New users must complete an orientation. Call (509) 542-4418 to schedule an orientation. Hours: (M-Th) 6am-6pm, (F) 6am-5pm.

1291

Fitness Center III [PE]

Review of advanced basketball skills . Introduction of offensive patterns, defensive sets, and individual style of play . This class also involves usage of fast break and the transition game . Prerequisite: PE 1611 . 0880 FT 1 SCHUMACHER MTWTh 4:00PM- 5:00PM G001
$11.40 lab fee. Class ends on 10/19/10.

1621

Basketball III [PE]

0882

$11.40 lab fee. Class ends on 10/19/10.

FT

1

HOLDEN, C GARCIA, ROLA

MTWTh MTWTh

3:00PM- 4:00PM 3:00PM- 4:00PM

G001 G001

PE

0854

BA

2

STOKER, L

ARR

ARR

Covers basic skills, court positions, and strategies for beginning sets along with 4-2 and 5-1 offenses . 0883 AA 1 PATRICK, J TTh 12:40PM- 1:50PM G001
$11.40 lab fee.

1631

Volleyball I [PE]

PE

PE

Basic stroke instruction with all clubs to provide students with sufficient skills to enjoy playing the game . The rules, courtesies, and safety factors are taught and tested . 0856 AA 1 DUNTERMAN, D MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM
$11.40 lab fee. Class meets at Pasco Golf Land, Argent & RD. 42. $11.40 lab fee. Class meets at Pasco Golf Land, Argent & RD. 42.

1321

Golf I [PE]

A continuation of Volleyball I . Intermediate skills, defensive strategies, play sets, and how to play doubles and triples volleyball . Prerequisite: PE 1631 . 0884 AA 1 PATRICK, J TTh 12:40PM- 1:50PM G001
$11.40 lab fee.

1641

Volleyball II [PE]

PE

0858

BA

2

DUNTERMAN, D

MTWTh

12:40PM- 1:40PM

Emphasis is on team plan and interaction using and applying all volleyball skills . Prerequisite: PE 1641 . 0885 AA 1 PATRICK, J TTh 12:40PM- 1:50PM G001
$11.40 lab fee.

1651

Volleyball III [PE]

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Credit Classes – 40

Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME

Physics CCN – Psychology CCN
LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR

DAY

TIME

LOCATION

PE

Introduces students to basic skills of baseball . Students are given instruction in all phases of the game, with main purpose being to gain an understanding of fundamentals . 0886 FT 1 BEARD, J MTWThFSa 10:00AM- 2:25PM G103G
$11.40 lab fee. Class runs from 09/13/10 TO 09/18/10.

1871

Baseball I [PE]

POLITICAL SCIENCE CCN
POLS& 202
A survey of the system and process of American national politics and government; including the structure and function of the executive, legislative, and judicial branches, and the American political party system . (Previously PS 100) 2048 AAW 5 BULLERT, G MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM L102 2046 BAW 5 BULLERT, G MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM L102 2052 WBW 5 BULLERT, G TTh 5:00PM- 7:10PM L109

American Government [S/B]

PE

Students expand their knowledge of the skills of baseball taught at the beginning level . Team strategy is taught at a more advanced level . Prerequisites: PE 1871 . 0887 FT 1 BEARD, J MTWThFSa 10:00AM- 2:25PM G103G
$11.40 lab fee. Class runs from 09/13/10 TO 09/18/10.

1881

Baseball II [PE]

POLS& 203

PE

Advanced level of skills are taught, and theory of baseball strategy is introduced in all phases of the game . Specific drills are used for development of specialized skills . Prerequisites: PE 1881 . 0888 FT 1 BEARD, J MTWThFSa 10:00AM- 2:25PM G103G
$11.40 lab fee. Class runs from 09/13/10 TO 09/18/10.

1891

Baseball III [PE]

An examination of various theoretical approaches to international politics, causes of war, approaches to peace, and sources of conflict in the contemporary world . (Previously PS 103) 2050 AAW 5 CHISHOLM, R MTWTh 12:40PM- 1:40PM L102

International Relations [S/B]

PSYCHOLOGY
PSYC
Designed to meet requirements for students graduating with vocational and technical degrees . The application of psychology in the workplace and the development of human relations skills is emphasized . (Previously PSY 100) 2058 AA 3 DELICH, J TWTh 12:40PM- 1:40PM L109

103

Applied Psychology [S/B]

PE

This course involves the study and implementation of martial art style kicks and punches, along with exercises to enhance flexibility, cardiovascular endurance, and increased stamina . 0890 AA 1 ELGIN, K TTh 11:30AM-12:30PM G103F
$11.40 lab fee.

1901

Cardio Kickboxing I [PE]

PSYC

PHYSICS CCN
PHYS& 100
Introduces the principles and concepts of physics using elementary algebraic procedures . Selected topics from classical and modern physics . Primarily for the non-science major . Prerequisite: MATH 095 or MATH 096 . (Previously PHY 100) 5800 AAW 4 SIDIBE, A MTW 9:10AM-10:10AM S237 8431 DII 4 SIDIBE, A ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Mandatory Orientation: 9/21/10 at 7:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Aissata Sidibe at ASidibe@columbiabasin.edu for further information.

Physics Non-Sci Majors [M/S]

Interaction between the individual and the group with emphasis on how the group influences the behavior of individuals . Topics include conformity, aggression, communication, attitudes, attribution processes, group dynamics, and the social construction of reality . (Previously PSY 201) 2060 AAW 5 CHAKRABARTI, D MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM B104

201

Social Psychology [S/B]

PSYCHOLOGY CCN
PSYC& 100
Introduction to the basic principles of human behavior and mental processes . Some areas of study are personality and learning theory, neurobiology, motivation, cognition, memory, research design, and methods . (Previously PSY 101) 2062 AA 5 DELICH, J MTWTh 6:50AM- 7:50AM L109 2064 BAW 5 TAFF, M MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM B103 2066 CA 5 DELICH, J MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM L109 2068 DAW 5 MAGELSEN, L MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM B116 2070 DIH 5 STEVENS, K MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM L107
Class meets twice a week with remaining instruction delivered through use of the Internet. $34.55 fee. This class will meet in classroom 9/20/10 through 10/29/10 and online 11/1/10 through 12/9/10.

General Psychology [S/B]

PHYS& 101
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

Lab to be taken concurrently with PHYS& 100 . (Previously PHY 1001) 5802 AAW 1 SIDIBE, A F 11:10AM- 1:10PM 5804 BAW 1 SIDIBE, A F 1:10PM- 3:10PM

Physics Lab Non-Sci Majors [M/S]

S237 S237

PHYS& 121

This course is designed for those students that are not majoring in a four-year engineering or physical science degree . Topics include measurement and units, vectors, motion in one and two dimensions, Newton’s laws, work and energy, momentum and collisions, circular motion, gravity, and rotational motion . Prerequisite: MATH 113 or equivalent with a 2 .0 or higher . (Previously PHY 105) 5806 AA 4 STAFF MTTh 1:50PM- 2:50PM S226 5807 AA 4 STAFF MTTh 1:50PM- 2:50PM S226 RS02 CH1 4 STAFF ARR ARR

General Physics I [M/S]

8220 8222 8237 8251 2072 2074 8236

This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 9/21/10, 6:00 p.m., room L101. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 9/20/10, 6:00 p.m., room A126.

DII DII

5 5 5 5 5 5 5

BARR, K

ARR

ARR

FRAZIER, S

ARR

ARR

PHYS& 131
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

Lab to be taken concurrently with PHYS& 121 . (Previously PHY 051) 5808 AA 1 STAFF W 12:40PM- 2:30PM 5810 BA 1 STAFF STAFF W ARR 3:00PM- 4:50PM ARR

General Physics Lab I [M/S]

DII DII EAW GAW WBW

STAFF STAFF BARR, K MAGELSEN, L FRAZIER, S

ARR ARR MTWTh MTWTh TTh

ARR ARR 12:40PM- 1:40PM 1:50PM- 2:50PM 5:00PM- 7:10PM

A126 L109 A126

S237 S237

PSYC& 180

RS04

CH1 1

A survey of human sexuality from biological, psychological, sociocultural, and sociobiological perspectives . Topics include sexual orientation, sexual dysfunction, and sexually transmitted diseases . (Previously PSY 230) 8232 WB 5 DELICH, J MW 5:00PM- 7:10PM L109

Human Sexuality

PHYS& 221

Physics for Engineering or Physical Science majors . Mechanics . Prerequisite: MATH& 151, or equivalent, with a GPA of 2 .0 or better . (Previously PHY 201) 5814 BAW 4 SIDIBE, A MTW 10:20AM-11:20AM S235 5815 BAW 4 SIDIBE, A MTW 10:20AM-11:20AM S235 RS06 CH1 4 STAFF ARR ARR 8432 WB 4 STAFF TTh 5:00PM- 7:00PM S237

Engineering Physics I [M/S]

PSYC& 200

A comprehensive survey of psychological development of the human from conception to death in relation to biological, physical, social, and psychological conditions . Prerequisite: PSYC& 100 . (Previously PSY 240) 2078 AA 5 DELICH, J MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM L109 8224 DII 5 STEVENS, K ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.

Lifespan Psychology [S/B]

PHYS& 231
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

Lab to be taken concurrently with PHYS& 221 . (Previously PHY 2011) 5816 AAW 1 SIDIBE, A F 9:00AM-11:10AM 5818 BAW 1 CH1 1 WB 1 SIDIBE, A STAFF STAFF F ARR Th 7:00AM- 9:00AM ARR 7:00PM- 9:00PM

Engineering Physics Lab I [M/S]

8225 8230

DII DII

5 5

STEVENS, K STEVENS, K

ARR ARR

ARR ARR

S237 S237

RS08 8434

S237

41 – Credit Classes

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Radiologic Technology – Reading
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

Credit Classes
INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS

PSYC& 220

Explores mental disorders from sociocultural, neurobiological, psycho dynamic, cognitive, and behavioral perspectives . Describes maladaptive mental disorders as well as their incidence and treatment . Prerequisite: PSYC& 100 . (Previously PSY 202) 8234 DIH 5 STEVENS, K MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM L107
Class meets twice a week with remaining instruction delivered through use of the Internet. $34.55 fee. This class will meet in classroom 9/20/10 through 10/29/10 and online 11/1/10 through 12/9/10.

Abnormal Psychology [S/B]

RATEC

Explores types of radiation, interaction of radiation with matter, and the effects of those interactions in human tissue . Students learn methods and principles of radiation protection for both patient and technologist . Prerequisite: acceptance into the Radiologic Technology program . 4634 ACW 3 BURT, N TTh 10:00AM-11:20AM 135*
Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in course subject matter. $34.55 fee.

240

Radiation Biology and Protection

RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY
RATEC
Introduces concepts of electromagnetic radiation necessary to understanding the production and control of X-radiation . Students learn how the radiographic image is created and what factors affect the appearance of that image . Prerequisite: acceptance into the Radiologic Technology program . 4620 ACW 2 BURT, N MW 10:30AM-11:20AM 135*
Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in course subject matter. $34.55 fee.

READING
RDG
This course teaches students how to improve their spelling through the use of spelling rules and in-context exercises . Grading is pass/no credit . Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format . 7A16 AA 1- 3 SANDMEIER, S MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM A221 7A18 BA 1- 3 FREESE, J MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM A221 7A20 CA 1- 3 SANDMEIER, S MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM A221 7A22 DA 1- 3 LIEBLER, N MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM A221 7A24 EA 1- 3 LIEBLER, N MTWTh 12:40PM- 1:40PM A221 7A26 FA 1- 3 MITCHELL, M MTWTh 1:50PM- 2:50PM A221 7A28 GA 1- 3 SMITH, A MTWTh 3:00PM- 4:00PM A221 7A30 HA 1- 3 SMITH, A MTWTh 4:10PM- 5:10PM A221 8731 WB 1- 3 HAGAN, J MW 5:20PM- 8:40PM A221 8732 WB1 1- 3 ARTER, M TTh 5:20PM- 8:40PM A221 8733 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-10:30AM A221 8734 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 9:30AM-11:30AM A221 8735 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 10:30AM-12:30PM A221 8736 WK 2 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-12:30PM A221

105

Introduction to Radiographic Technique

079

Spelling

RATEC

Presents computed imaging in comparison to screen-film technology . Topics include identifying components, understanding how they affect the image, and quality control . Prerequisite: acceptance into the Radiologic Technology program . 4622 ACW 2 BURT, N MW 9:30AM-10:20AM 135*
Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in course subject matter. $34.55 fee.

106

Computed Imaging

RATEC

Provides demonstration and film evaluation experience in positioning and related anatomy of the spine, pelvis, and lower extremities . Format includes onehour lecture and two-hour labs each week . Prerequisite: acceptance into the Radiologic Technology program . 4624 ACW 3 FOX, R MW 8:30AM- 9:20AM 135*
$11.40 lab fee. Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in course subject matter. $34.55 fee.

108

Positioning and Related Anatomy II

RDG

RATEC

Provides supervised clinical experience at an affiliated healthcare site . Beginning RATEC students are assigned to clinical education sites, 40 hours per week for two weeks . Students get an orientation to hospital and department procedures, participate in ancillary radiology activities, and observe and perform diagnostic radiologic procedures . Prerequisite: acceptance into the Radiologic Technology program . 8463 AC 3 FOX, R ARR ARR
$11.40 lab fee.

1103

Clinical Education I

RATEC

Second in a series of supervised clinical education experiences . Students are assigned to clinical sites, 15 hours per week . Students observe and perform diagnostic radiologic procedures . Prerequisite: acceptance into the Radiologic Technology program . 4626 AC 5 FOX, R TTh ARR
$11.40 lab fee.

1113

Clinical Education II

Students become active learners by developing academic study strategies for college . Topics include needs assessments, campus resources, self (time) management, creating a study system, and test preparation and taking . Grading is pass/ no credit . This is a directed learning course offered by the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) . Instruction includes textbook and web activities . 7A32 AA 1- 3 SANDMEIER, S MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM A221 7A34 BA 1- 3 FREESE, J MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM A221 7A36 CA 1- 3 SANDMEIER, S MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM A221 7A38 DA 1- 3 LIEBLER, N MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM A221 7A40 EA 1- 3 LIEBLER, N MTWTh 12:40PM- 1:40PM A221 7A42 FA 1- 3 MITCHELL, M MTWTh 1:50PM- 2:50PM A221 7A44 GA 1- 3 SMITH, A MTWTh 3:00PM- 4:00PM A221 7A46 HA 1- 3 SMITH, A MTWTh 4:10PM- 5:10PM A221 8737 WB 1- 3 HAGAN, J MW 5:20PM- 8:40PM A221 8738 WB1 1- 3 ARTER, M TTh 5:20PM- 8:40PM A221 8739 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-10:30AM A221 8740 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 9:30AM-11:30AM A221 8741 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 10:30AM-12:30PM A221 8742 WK 2 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-12:30PM A221

080

Study Techniques

RDG

RATEC

Presents a systematic approach to medical terminology combining word roots, prefixes, and suffixes . Prerequisite: acceptance into the Radiologic Technology program . 4628 ACW 1 MELOY, D ARR ARR

125

Medical Terminology

RATEC

Fifth in a series of supervised clinical education experiences . Students are assigned to clinical sites, 40 hours per week for 11 weeks . Specific performance objectives are established for each student . Prerequisite: acceptance into the Radiologic Technology program . 8461 AA 13 FOX, R DAILY ARR
$11.40 lab fee.

2103

Clinical Education V

RATEC

Sixth in a series of supervised clinical education experiences . Students are assigned to clinical sites, 24 hours per week . Specific performance objectives are established for each student . Prerequisite: acceptance into the Radiologic Technology program . 4630 AC 8 FOX, R MWF ARR
$11.40 lab fee.

2113

Clinical Education VI

This developmental vocabulary class teaches students how to increase their vocabulary using an in-context approach . Two levels of text are available, based on reading level . Grading is pass/no credit . Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format . 7A48 AA 1- 3 SANDMEIER, S MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM A221 7A50 BA 1- 3 FREESE, J MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM A221 7A52 CA 1- 3 SANDMEIER, S MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM A221 7A54 DA 1- 3 LIEBLER, N MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM A221 7A56 EA 1- 3 LIEBLER, N MTWTh 12:40PM- 1:40PM A221 7A58 FA 1- 3 MITCHELL, M MTWTh 1:50PM- 2:50PM A221 7A62 GA 1- 3 SMITH, A MTWTh 3:00PM- 4:00PM A221 7A60 HA 1- 3 SMITH, A MTWTh 4:10PM- 5:10PM A221 8743 WB 1- 3 HAGAN, J MW 5:20PM- 8:40PM A221 8744 WB1 1- 3 ARTER, M TTh 5:20PM- 8:40PM A221 8745 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-10:30AM A221 8746 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 9:30AM-11:30AM A221 8747 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 10:30AM-12:30PM A221 8748 WK 2 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-12:30PM A221

083

Vocabulary Improvement

RATEC

Introduces changes that occur in disease and injury, with application to radiologic technology . Topics include respiratory, skeletal, gastrointestinal, and urinary systems . Prerequisite: acceptance into the Radiologic Technology program . 4632 ACW 3 FOX, R TTh 8:30AM-10:00AM 135*
Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in course subject matter. $34.55 fee.

220

Pathology I

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Credit Classes – 42

Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

Reading
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

Designed for students needing individualized instruction to improve their proficiency in basic reading skills . After interpreting diagnostic testing in the Learning Opportunity Center (LOC), the instructor develops a program for each student . Grading is pass/no credit . Class is held in the LOC where instruction is a lab format . For those students whose schedules do not allow for RDG 091, this class serves as an alternate . Prerequisite: COMPASS score of 45-60 or teacher recommendation . 7A64 AA 1- 3 SANDMEIER, S MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM A221 7A66 BA 1- 3 FREESE, J MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM A221 7A68 CA 1- 3 SANDMEIER, S MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM A221 7A70 DA 1- 3 LIEBLER, N MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM A221 7A72 EA 1- 3 LIEBLER, N MTWTh 12:40PM- 1:40PM A221 7A74 FA 1- 3 MITCHELL, M MTWTh 1:50PM- 2:50PM A221 7A76 GA 1- 3 SMITH, A MTWTh 3:00PM- 4:00PM A221 7A78 HA 1- 3 SMITH, A MTWTh 4:10PM- 5:10PM A221 8749 WB 1- 3 HAGAN, J MW 5:20PM- 8:40PM A221 8750 WB1 1- 3 ARTER, M TTh 5:20PM- 8:40PM A221 8751 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-10:30AM A221 8752 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 9:30AM-11:30AM A221 8753 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 10:30AM-12:30PM A221 8754 WK 2 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-12:30PM A221 This class is designed to increase reading speed and to improve reading comprehension and vocabulary through the use of computer software . Grading is pass/no credit . Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format . 7A80 AA 1- 3 SANDMEIER, S MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM A221 7A82 BA 1- 3 FREESE, J MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM A221 7A84 CA 1- 3 SANDMEIER, S MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20PM A221 7A86 DA 1- 3 LIEBLER, N MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM A221 7A88 EA 1- 3 LIEBLER, N MTWTh 12:40PM- 1:40PM A221 7A90 FA 1- 3 MITCHELL, M MTWTh 1:50PM- 2:50PM A221 7A92 GA 1- 3 SMITH, A MTWTh 3:00PM- 4:00PM A221 7A94 HA 1- 3 SMITH, A MTWTh 4:10PM- 5:10PM A221 8755 WB 1- 3 HAGAN, J MW 5:20PM- 8:40PM A221 8756 WB1 1- 3 ARTER, M TTh 5:20PM- 8:40PM A221 8757 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 9:30AM-11:30AM A221 8758 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 10:30AM-12:30PM A221 8759 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-10:30AM A221 8760 WK 2 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-12:30PM A221

RDG

086

Reading Skills

RDG

This class is designed to increase reading speed and to improve reading comprehension and vocabulary through the use of computer software . Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format . 7A96 AA 1- 3 SANDMEIER, S MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM A221 7A98 BA 1- 3 FREESE, J MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM A221 7B00 CA 1- 3 SANDMEIER, S MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM A221 7B02 DA 1- 3 LIEBLER, N MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM A221 7B04 EA 1- 3 LIEBLER, N MTWTh 12:40PM- 1:40PM A221 7B06 FA 1- 3 MITCHELL, M MTWTh 1:50PM- 2:50PM A221 7B08 GA 1- 3 SMITH, A MTWTh 3:00PM- 4:00PM A221 7B10 HA 1- 3 SMITH, A MTWTh 4:10PM- 5:10PM A221 8762 WB 1- 3 HAGAN, J MW 5:20PM- 8:40PM A221 8761 WB1 1- 3 ARTER, M TTh 5:20PM- 8:40PM A221 8763 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-10:30AM A221 8764 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 9:30AM-11:30AM A221 8765 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 10:30AM-12:30PM A221 8766 WK 2 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-12:30PM A221

105

Speed Reading

RDG

RDG

089

Speed Reading

Students become active learners by developing academic study strategies for college . Topics include needs assessments, campus resources, self (time) management, creating a study system, and test preparation and taking . This is a directed learning course offered by the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) . Instruction includes textbook and web activities . 7B12 AA 1- 3 SANDMEIER, S MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM A221
$5.95 LASSI testing fee. $5.95 LASSI testing fee. $5.95 LASSI testing fee. $5.95 LASSI testing fee. $5.95 LASSI testing fee. $5.95 LASSI testing fee. $5.95 LASSI testing fee. $5.95 LASSI testing fee. $5.95 LASSI testing fee. $5.95 LASSI testing fee. $5.95 LASSI testing fee. $5.95 LASSI testing fee. $5.95 LASSI testing fee. $5.95 LASSI testing fee.

110

Study Techniques

7B14 7B16 7B18 7B20 7B22 7B24 7B26 8767 8768 8769 8770 8771 8772

BA CA

1- 3

FREESE, J SANDMEIER, S LIEBLER, N LIEBLER, N MITCHELL, M SMITH, A SMITH, A HAGAN, J ARTER, M SUNDBLAD, T SUNDBLAD, T SUNDBLAD, T SUNDBLAD, T

MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MTWTh MW TTh Sa Sa Sa Sa

9:10AM-10:10AM 10:20AM-11:20AM 11:30AM-12:30PM 12:40PM- 1:40PM 1:50PM- 2:50PM 3:00PM- 4:00PM 4:10PM- 5:10PM 5:20PM- 8:40PM 5:20PM- 8:40PM 8:30AM-10:30AM 9:30AM-11:30AM 10:30AM-12:30PM 8:30AM-12:30PM

A221 A221 A221 A221 A221 A221 A221 A221 A221 A221 A221 A221 A221

1- 3 1- 3

DA EA FA

1- 3

1- 3

GA

1- 3 1- 3

HA

RDG

Reinforces six essential reading comprehension skills: recognizing vocabulary in context, locating main ideas, understanding supporting details, identifying transitions, making inferences, outlining, and summarizing . This class gives students an opportunity to practice and improve these strategies . Prerequisite: COMPASS score of 45-60 or teacher recommendation . 7B46 AA 3 WALTERS, G MWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM V121
$5.95 LASSI testing fee. $5.95 LASSI testing fee.

091

Reading Skills

WB

1- 3

WB1 1- 3 WK WK WK WK 1 1 1 2

7B48

BA

3

WALTERS, G

MWTh

11:30AM-12:30PM

V121

RDG

Breaks reading down into the skills necessary for academic success: identification of unfamiliar words, main ideas, supporting details, and inferences; distinguishing among organization patterns, and between fact and opinion . Prerequisite: COMPASS score of 61-81 or successful completion of RDG 091, or teacher recommendation . 7B50 AA 3 ARTER, M MWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM D113
$5.95 LASSI testing fee. $5.95 LASSI testing fee. $5.95 LASSI testing fee. $5.95 LASSI testing fee.

099

College Reading Skills

RDG

7B52 7B54 7B56

BA CA

3 3 3

BEEMAN, S FREESE, J BARR, K

MWTh MWTh T

11:30AM-12:30PM 12:40PM- 1:40PM 5:00PM- 8:00PM

A125 A125 A212

WB

This class teaches students how to expand their vocabularies with emphasis on Greek and Latin root words . Also included are words often confused and misused, descriptive words, action words, name derivatives, and words from various academic disciplines . Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format . 7B28 AA 1- 3 SANDMEIER, S MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM A221 7B30 BA 1- 3 FREESE, J MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM A221 7B32 CA 1- 3 SANDMEIER, S MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM A221 7B34 DA 1- 3 LIEBLER, N MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM A221 7B36 EA 1- 3 LIEBLER, N MTWTh 12:40PM- 1:40PM A221 7B38 FA 1- 3 MITCHELL, M MTWTh 1:50PM- 2:50PM A221 7B40 GA 1- 3 SMITH, A MTWTh 3:00PM- 4:00PM A221 7B42 HA 1- 3 SMITH, A MTWTh 4:10PM- 5:10PM A221 8773 WB 1- 3 HAGAN, J MW 5:20PM- 8:40PM A221 8774 WB1 1- 3 ARTER, M TTh 5:20PM- 8:40PM A221 8775 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-10:30AM A221 8776 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 9:30AM-11:30AM A221 8777 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 10:30AM-12:30PM A221 8778 WK 2 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-12:30PM A221

115

Vocabulary Improvement

43 – Credit Classes

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Seiniors – Theatre
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

Credit Classes
SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE#

SENIORS
SNR
Class includes total fitness program involving strength, flexibility, muscle toning, and aerobic exercise . Orientation and instructor’s permission are required for this class . 4657 AA 0 STOKER, L ARR ARR
Fitness lab is designed to allow flexibility in scheduling your own fitness program. New users must complete an orientation. Call 542-4418 to schedule an orientation. Hours: (M-Th) 6am-8pm, (F) 6am-5pm.

SPAN& 122

015

Senior Fitness

Introduction to the Spanish language including conversational skills, reading, writing and grammar, and Hispanic culture including geography, customs, daily life, and heritage . Prerequisite: SPAN& 121 or instructor’s permission . (Previously SPA 102) 2526 AA 5 QUIST-OLIVAR MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM W131 2528 BA 5 QUIST-OLIVAR MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM W131

Spanish II [H]

SPAN& 123

SOCIOLOGY CCN
SOC&
An introduction to the scientific study of society . Emphasis on relationship of the individual to society, inequality, social institutions, and deviant behavior . (Previously SOC 101) 2088 AAW 5 BARR, K MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM A126 2084 BAW 5 BOUROUH, C MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM B113 2086 CAW 5 KERZNER, M MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM B103 2096 DAW 5 BARR, K MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM A126 8282 DII 5 CHAKRABARTI ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.

101

Intro to Sociology [S/B]

Introduction to the Spanish language including conversational skills, reading, writing, grammar, Hispanic culture including geography, customs, daily life, and heritage . Prerequisite: SPAN& 122 or instructor’s permission . (Previously SPA 103) 2530 AA 5 QUIST-OLIVAR MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM W131

Spanish III [H]

SPAN& 221

Extensive practice in all four language skills (reading, writing, speaking, and listening) . The course includes cultural readings and short stories and an in-depth review of basic Spanish grammar, expansion of basic vocabulary, and a broadening of the student’s understanding of Hispanic culture . Prerequisite: SPAN& 123 or instructor’s permission . (Previously SPA 201) 2532 AA 5 STAFF MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM W131

Spanish IV [H]

8284 8286 2092 2094 8288

DII DII

5 5

CHAKRABARTI CHAKRABARTI CHAKRABARTI BOUROUH, C TAFF, G

ARR ARR

ARR ARR

SURGICAL TECHNOLOGY
SRGT
An introduction to the knowledge and techniques essential to the surgical technician in preparation for a surgical procedure . Areas of emphasis include: expertise in preparation/utilization of equipment and supplies, sterilization and disinfection, aseptic techniques, instrumentation, surgical accessories and duties of the surgical technologist, and working as a member of the surgical team . 4404 AAW 4 MARTIN, S MW 8:30AM-10:20AM 204*

101

Introduction to Surgical Technology

EAW 5 FAW 5 WBW 5

MTWTh MTWTh MW

12:40PM- 1:40PM 1:50PM- 2:50PM 5:00PM- 7:10PM

B104 B113 B114

SRGT

SOC&

Examines conditions that adversely affect the quality of life in the United States . Deviant behavior (crime, alcoholism, drug abuse, sexual deviance, mental illness) and problems of inequality (including poverty, racism, and sexism) are to be covered . (Previously SOC 201) 8290 AAW 5 BOUROUH, C MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM B113 8292 DII 5 BOUROUH, C ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 9/20/10, 6:00 p.m., room B113. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.

201

Social Problems [S/B]

An introduction to the knowledge and techniques essential to the surgical technician in preparation for a surgical procedure . Areas of emphasis include: expertise in preparation/utilization of equipment and supplies, sterilization and disinfection, aseptic techniques, instrumentation, surgical accessories and duties of the surgical technologist, and working as a member of the surgical team . 4406 AA 2 MARTIN, S TTh 8:30AM-10:20AM 112*
$11.40 lab fee.

1011

Introduction to Surgical Technology Lab

SRGT

8294

DII

5

TAFF, G

ARR

ARR

This class teaches the essential knowledge to help students build a sound foundation to be a part of the operating room team . 4410 AAW 3 MARTIN, S MW 11:30AM- 1:00PM 204*

110

Operating Room Aide

SRGT

SPANISH
SPAN
Native or near-native speakers of Spanish develop and improve reading, writing, and grammar skills in their native language, while learning to appreciate the depth and diversity of Latino culture both in the United States and abroad . Special attention is given to spelling, accents, grammar, and vocabulary of standard Spanish . Students are also introduced to a comprehensive and analytical survey of Spanish and Latin American literature . (Previously SPA 205) 2511 AAW 5 CRUZ, A MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM A330

205

Spanish for Spanish Speakers [H]

This class teaches the essential knowledge necessary to build a sound foundation to function as an operating room aide . 4412 AA 2 MARTIN, S MTWTh 1:00PM- 2:20PM 112*
$11.40 lab fee.

1101

Operating Room Aide Lab

SRGT

This class is designed to teach the peri-operative responsibilities as they relate to patient safety and code of conduct . 4424 AA 2 KITZKE, D T 3:30PM- 5:30PM 204*
Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in course subject matter. $34.55 fee.

160

Perioperative Patient Care

SPANISH CCN
SPAN& 121
Introduction to the Spanish language including conversational skills, reading, writing and grammar, and Hispanic culture including geography, customs, daily life, and heritage . Designed for the novice learner of Spanish, with little or no proficiency in the Spanish language . Recommended that students have successfully completed at least ENGL 099 . (Previously SPA 101) 2510 AAW 5 CRUZ, A MTWTh 8:00AM- 9:00AM A330 2512 BAW 5 CRUZ, A MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM A330 2514 CAW 5 STAFF MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM B106 2516 DAW 5 CRUZ, A MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM A330 2518 EAW 5 STAFF MTWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM B106 2520 FAW 5 STAFF MTWTh 11:30AM-12:30PM B106 2522 GAW 5 STAFF MTWTh 12:40PM- 1:40PM B106 8226 WB 5 COMPSON, M TTh 6:00PM- 8:10PM B106 8228 WB 5 PATTEE, C MW 6:00PM- 8:10PM B106

SRGT

Spanish I [H]

This class provides the fundamental skills of peri-operative case management . 4426 AA 1 KITZKE, D W 3:30PM- 5:30PM 204*
$11.40 lab fee. Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in course subject matter. $34.55 fee.

1601

Perioperative Patient Care Lab

THEATRE
DRMA
Participation in college theatre productions on stage and backstage . After play auditions for each quarter, the class, composed of students selected for cast and production staff positions, are involved in rehearsals and performances . (Previously THA 1051) 0200 AA 1- 3 CAMPBELL, R ARR ARR P104

1051

Rehearsal and Performance

DRMA

Participation in college theatre productions on stage and backstage . After play auditions for each quarter, the class, composed of students selected for cast and production staff positions, are involved in rehearsals and performances . (Previously THA 1061) 0206 AA 1- 3 CAMPBELL, R ARR ARR P104

1061

Rehearsal and Performance

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Credit Classes – 44

Credit Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME

Theatre CCN – Welding Technology
LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR

DAY

TIME

LOCATION

DRMA

Participation in college theatre productions on stage and backstage . After play auditions for each quarter, the class, composed of students selected for cast and production staff positions, are involved in rehearsals and performances . (Previously THA 1071) 0212 AA 1- 3 CAMPBELL, R ARR ARR P104

1071

Rehearsal and Performance

WT

DRMA

An introductory course in acting fundamentals . Basic fundamentals such as the playing of actions and objectives, imagination, relaxation, and concentration are explored through improvisation, scene work, and the study of theory . (Previously THA 120) 0220 AA 5 QUINLEY, V MWTh 10:20AM-11:20AM P104

120

Acting-Beginning

This class is designed for students wanting to explore the welding trade . It is also available for Automotive students to meet their required welding class . This class provides hands-on demonstrations, as well as personalized instruction of various welding applications, including safety, set-up and tear down, and methods of operation for oxy-acetylene, arc welding, and wire feed welding . 6808 AA 1- 3 CURRY, D DAILY 12:00PM- 5:00PM V130
$11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.

1001

Basic Welding Lab

WT

DRMA

A study of the technical aspects of stage craft, and some design, with an emphasis on construction techniques . During lab times, students gain a working knowledge of shop tools, their application, shop safety, and crew protocol . (Previously THA 1261) 0222 AA 1- 3 CAMPBELL, R MTWTh 11:30AM- 1:30PM P104

1261

Stagecraft

A theoretical approach to give students an understanding in the areas of oxyacetylene cutting, welding, and brazing of various metals . This class is for beginning, entry-level students . Subject matter focuses on background of the process and safety of this process and equipment, and its uses . 6810 AA 1 HALL, T M 10:25AM-11:15AM V130 6812 BA 1 TONNING, H M 12:45PM- 1:35PM V129

101

Oxy-Acetylene Process

WT

DRMA

A study of the technical aspects of stage craft, and some design, with an emphasis on construction techniques . During lab times, students gain a working knowledge of shop tools, their application, shop safety, and crew protocol . (Previously THA 1271) 0224 AA 1- 3 CAMPBELL, R MTWTh 11:30AM- 1:30PM P104

1271

Stagecraft

Gives students hands-on experience in a laboratory situation with the use of oxygen-acetylene equipment . Safety equipment set up/shut down, and manual and automatic cutting are covered, as well as identification of metals . 6815 AA 1- 3 HALL,T W 10:25AM- 1:45PM V130
$11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $11.40 lab fee.

1011

Oxy-Acetylene Process Lab

6814 6816

BA CA

1- 3 1- 3

HALL, T TONNING, H

M TThF

11:25AM- 1:05PM 11:50AM- 1:40PM

V130 V129

DRMA

A study of the technical aspects of stage craft, and some design, with an emphasis on construction techniques . During lab times, students gain a working knowledge of shop tools, their application, shop safety, and crew protocol . (Previously THA 1281) 0226 AA 1- 3 CAMPBELL, R MTWTh 11:30AM- 1:30PM P104

1281

Stagecraft

WT

An introduction to mild steel arc welding consisting of manipulative skills using the shield metal arc process with E6010 type mild steel electrode . Prerequisite: COMPASS test placement or instructor’s permission . 6818 AA 1-10 HALL, T DAILY 6:30AM- 8:10AM V130
$11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.

1021

Introduction to Shield Metal Arc Welding

DRMA

This course involves adapting and developing material from children’s stories and original literature into theatrical presentations . Emphasis is on ensemble acting and improvisation skills . The second half of the quarter focuses on performance as group tours area grade schools . (Previously THA 2251) 0228 AA 1- 3 QUINLEY, V MWTh 12:40PM- 1:40PM P204
$11.40 lab fee.

2251

Touring Children’s Theatre

6820 8646 8648

BA

1-10 TONNING, H 1- 3 1- 3 SAARI, G

DAILY TTh MW

1:50PM- 5:40PM 6:30PM- 9:30PM 6:30PM- 9:30PM

V130 V130 V130

WB XB

CURRY, D

WT

DRMA

An introduction to sound design for theatre . This class focuses on the equipment, typical set-ups for theatre, and the design concepts for the use of sound in today’s theatre environments . Prerequisite: DRMA 242 or instructor’s permission . (Previously THA 2451) 0230 AA 1- 3 CAMPBELL, R TTh 1:50PM- 2:50PM P104

2451

Sound Design

This course develops welding skills to meet AWS and ASME standards using the shielded metal arc process . Prerequisite: WT 1021 or instructor’s permission . 6822 AA 1-10 CURRY, D DAILY 6:30AM-10:20AM V130
$11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.

1031

Advanced Shield Metal Arc Welding

6824 6826 8650 8652

BA

1-10 TONNING, H 1- 3 SAARI, G

DAILY TTh TTh MW

1:50PM- 5:40PM 6:30PM- 9:30PM 6:30PM- 9:30PM 6:30PM- 9:30PM

V130 V130 V130 V130

WB WB XB

THEATRE CCN
DRMA& 101
An exploration of the many facets of theatre and the many creative artists who comprise the theatre arts . Students study the history of theatre, styles of production, plays, playwrights, directors, actors, critics, and designers . (Previously THA 115) 0232 AA 5 CAMPBELL, R MTWTh 9:10AM-10:10AM P104

1-10 TONNING, H 1- 3 CURRY, D

Intro to Theatre [H]

WT

VOCATIONAL ESL (VESL)
This course is primarily designed for ESL students who are interested in learning vocational skills in a computer lab setting . Call (509) 542-5552 for registration information .

Advanced development of arc welding skills to meet AWS, WABO, and ASME certification standards using the shielded metal process . Prerequisite: WT 1031 or instructor’s permission . 6828 AA 1-10 CURRY, D DAILY 6:30AM-10:20AM V130
$11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.

1041

Shield Metal Arc Welding Certification

6830 8654 8656

BA

1-10 TONNING, H 1- 3 1- 3

DAILY TTh MW

1:50PM- 5:40PM 6:30PM- 9:30PM 6:30PM- 9:30PM

V130 V130 V130

WELDING TECHNOLOGY
WT
A basic introduction to welding designed for students exploring the trade . Introductory information about various welding processes is presented, including safety concepts . Concurrent enrollment in WT 1001 is required . 6800 AA 1 CURRY, D T 12:40PM- 1:30PM V130

WB XB

PONN, PHILLI CURRY, D

100

Basic Welding

WT

An introduction to gas metal arc welding consisting of manipulative skills using the gas metal arc process . Prerequisite: WT 1031 or instructor’s permission . 6832 AA 1-10 CURRY, D DAILY 6:30AM-10:20AM V130
$11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.

1051

Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG) Certificate

6834 8658 8660

BA

1-10 TONNING, H 1- 3 1- 3 CURRY, D

DAILY MW TTh

1:50PM- 5:40PM 6:30PM- 9:30PM 6:30PM- 9:30PM

V130 V130 V130

WB XB

PONN, PHILLI

45 – Credit Classes

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Welding Technology – Women’s Studies
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

Credit Classes
DAY TIME LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR

WT

Designed primarily for tradesmen who need upgrading in shielded metallic arc welding . Includes instruction and practice for upgrading skills, test qualifications, and special application . Prerequisite: trade experience; a test may be given to verify experience . 6836 AA 1-10 CURRY, D ARR 6:30AM-10:20AM V130
$11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.

1301

Metallic Arc Refresher

WOMEN’S STUDIES
WS
An introductory course which presents an overview of the contributions women have made socially, politically, and culturally . 2090 DII 5 MEADOWS, D ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.

155

Women’s Cultural Heritage [H]

6838 8662 8664

BA

1-10 TONNING, H 1- 3 1- 3 CURRY, D SAARI, G

ARR MW TTh

1:50PM- 5:40PM 6:30PM- 9:30PM 6:30PM- 9:30PM

V130 V130 V130

UB VB

WT

This course introduces the concepts that explain the metallurgical behavior and determine the weldability of ferrous and non-ferrous metals . Prerequisites: WT 1041, WT 108, and WT 1081 . 6844 AA 1- 5 KHADER, A DAILY 11:40AM-12:30PM V128 6846 BA 1- 5 KHADER, A TThF 9:50AM-11:30AM V127

201

Weldability of Metals

WT

An introduction to pipe welding using mild steel pipe and the shield metal arc process with E6010/E7081 covered electrode . Develop the necessary welding skills and techniques to prepare for certification in accordance with ASME code . Prerequisite: WT 1041, WT 1051, or instructor’s permission . 6848 AA 1-10 MITCHELL, C DAILY 6:30AM-10:20AM V129
$11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.

2011

Introduction to Pipe Welding

6850 8670 8672

BA

1-10 TONNING, H 1- 3 1- 3 HALL,T

DAILY MW TTh

1:50PM- 5:40PM 6:30PM- 9:30PM 6:30PM- 9:30PM

V129 V129 V129

WB XB

MITCHELL, C

WT

This course is designed for the welding of plate and pipe using the gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) process . Instruction stresses developing proper manipulative techniques and skills necessary to certify using the GTAW process . Prerequisite: WT 2011 or instructor’s permission . 6852 AA 1-10 MITCHELL, C DAILY 6:30AM-10:20AM V129
$11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.

2021

Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (TIG)

6854 8674 8676

BA

1-10 TONNING, H 1- 3 1- 3 HALL,T

DAILY MW TTh

1:50PM- 5:40PM 6:30PM- 9:30PM 6:30PM- 9:30PM

V129 V129 V129

WB XB

MITCHELL,C

WT

This course emphasizes qualification tests for piping and tubing . Prerequisite: WT 2021 or instructor’s permission . 6856 AA 1-10 MITCHELL, C DAILY 6:30AM-10:20AM V129
$11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.

2031

Pipe Welding Certification

6858 8678 8680

BA

1-10 TONNING, H 1- 3 1- 3 HALL,T

DAILY MW TTh

1:50PM- 5:40PM 6:30PM- 9:30PM 6:30PM- 9:30PM

V129 V129 V129

WB XB

MITCHELL, C

WT

This course is designed for tradesmen who need upgrading on pipe welding procedures and skills for employment in the piping field . Includes instruction and practice for upgrading welding test qualifications and special applications . Prerequisite: trade experience; a test may be given to verify experience . 6860 AA 1-10 MITCHELL, C ARR 6:30AM-10:20AM V130
$11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee. $11.40 lab fee. $3.00 per credit welding lab fee.

2301

Pipe Welding Refresher

6862 8682 8684

BA

1-10 TONNING, H 1- 3 1- 3 HALL,T

ARR MW TTh

1:50PM- 5:40PM 6:30PM- 9:30PM 6:30PM- 9:30PM

V130 V129 V129

WB XB

MITCHELL, C

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Credit Classes – 46

Apprenticeship Programs
CARPENTRY APPRENTICESHIP
Carpenters work with power and hand tools . They build forms for concrete and frame buildings, walls, footings, and sheathing . Carpenters install doors, windows, storefronts, and handrails, build cabinets, counter tops, and finished stair handrails . They also work on drywalling, wood flooring, metal jams, and ceilings . Carpenters do interior and exterior finish work, work with drywall and metal studs, install other interior systems, welding, and many other related work processes . They also must read blueprints, measure accurately, and calculate dimensions . They may be involved in the original construction or remodel of almost every kind of structure, including houses, commercial buildings, bridges, churches, factories, and highways . For information about the Carpenty Apprenticeship program, please contact: 515 N. Neel St., B-101 Kennewick, WA 99336 (509) 783-4900 cbc01@yahoo.com

IRONWORKER APPRENTICESHIP
Ironworkers assemble and erect steel framework and other metal parts in buildings and on bridges, dams, and other steel structures . They raise, place, and join steel girders and columns to form structural frameworks, including the welding of metal decking . Ironworkers generally work outside at construction sites . Work is conducted in all kinds of weather . Ironworkers often work at great heights erecting the steel frameworks of skyscrapers, stadiums, and bridges . Work can also be confined to cramped quarters . Substantial physical strength is required to carry and place the reinforcing steel for concrete structures . “Tying iron” requires heavy lifting and bending . For information regarding the Ironworker Apprenticeship program, please contact: 16610 E. Euclid Spokane, WA 99216 (509) 922-3577

CEMENT MASON JATC
Cement masons are responsible for all concrete construction . The first year of the cement masons training includes an orientation to the industry, history of cement production, first aid and safety training, fundamental mathematics, measuring, blueprint reading estimating, and testing . In addition, training will be given on the use of tools specific to cement masons and on understanding concrete ingredients and designing mixes . For information about the Cement Mason program, please contact: Cement Mason Local 478 824 W. Lewis #112 Pasco, WA 99301 (509) 545-4892 Local478@gmail.com

MILLWRIGHT APPRENTICESHIP
Millwrights are crafts people who do precision machine installation and assembly using sophisticated measuring instruments . They install and align heavy industrial machinery such as conveyor systems, pumping systems, packaging systems, compressors, electric generators, and turbines . Millwrights work in hydroelectric dams, paper mills, nuclear power generating stations, gas or coal-fired generation plants, smelters, and refineries . They use highly precise optical measuring and leveling instruments . You need good math skills along with the ability to think problems through, practical thinking, manual dexterity, and the ability to work to very small tolerances (to a thousandth of an inch) . May have to lift heavy objects . For information regarding the Millwright Apprenticeship program, please contact: 515 N. Neel St., B-101 Kennewick, WA 99336 (509) 783-4900 cbc01@yahoo.com

ELECTRICAL LINEWORKERS APPRENTICESHIP
Electrical lineworkers construct and maintain electric transmission and distribution facilities that deliver electricity to our homes, factories, and commercial and retail businesses . Apprentices work for various contractors on all types of power line construction, both underground and overhead . For information regarding the Electrical Lineworkers Apprenticeship program, please contact: 6162 NE 80th Ave. Portland, OR 97218 (503) 253-8202

PLUMBING/PIPEFITTING APPRENTICESHIP
Plumbers, steamfitters, and refrigeration fitters are all crafts people who install piping systems that carry water, steam, air, and other liquids or gases necessary for sanitation, industrial production, heating and air conditioning, and many other uses . They also alter, remodel, and repair existing piping systems and install plumbing fixtures, radiators and other heating units, some appliances, as well as refrigeration and air conditioning equipment . Workers measure, cut, and bend pipe, weld, braze, caulk, solder, glue or thread joints at residential and commercial job sites . For information regarding the Plumbing/Pipefitting Apprenticeship program, please contact: 1328 Road 28 Pasco, WA 99301 (509) 547-6480

ELECTRICAL WORKERS APPRENTICESHIP
Construction and residential electricians work in all phases of the electrical construction and service industry . They do the electrical construction work on projects ranging from single-family residences to state-of-the-art industrial plants . Workers install conduits and wire all lighting, along with switches and converters, to complex systems incorporating computerization and high technology in the installation and maintenance of electrical systems . Their work includes both small and large commercial installation, up to and including, high-rise buildings . Electricians also do repair and maintenance on all electrical installations . The low voltage/sound and communication apprenticeship includes work processes in fiber optics, telephone systems, sound and fire alarm systems, LAN, and structured wiring systems . For information regarding the Electrical Workers Apprenticeship program, please contact: 8340 Gage Blvd. #414 Kennewick, WA 99336 (509) 783-0589 www.jatc112.org

SHEET METAL APPRENTICESHIP
Sheet metal workers fabricate, install, and service heating, venting, and air conditioning systems, blowpipe and industrial systems, metal roofing, coping and flashing, and stainless steel work for restaurants, kitchens, and hospitals . They prepare shop and field drawings manually and with computer programs . They provide HVAC/R service . For information regarding the Sheet Metal Apprenticeship program, please contact: 1718 W. Sylvester Street Pasco, WA 99301 (509) 545-8340 johnm@bossig.com

47 – Apprenticeship Classes

Community Education
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ONLINE COMMUNITY EDUCATION COURSES
One of the best ways to explore new ideas, learn new skills, or to just have fun is to take a class . Community Education classes are designed to help citizens in our area realize their passion and discover new interests . CBC now offers a variety of courses via the Internet directly to your home or business . We have partnered with Education-2-Go to provide high quality, instructor-facilitated courses that can fit into your schedule . Classes are taught by expert instructors, many of whom are nationally known authors . Each class lasts six weeks . These courses are affordable, fun, fast, convenient, and geared just for you . There are courses on just about every topic you can imagine-from Creating Web Pages to Accounting Fundamentals, Speed Spanish to Grant Writing, Medical Terminology to Real Estate Investing, and much, much more . For course descriptions, free course demonstrations, and other information, please go to the ed2go link below .

CSRE

Columbia Basin College offers the Evergreen Flagger Training Certification program which is the most recognized course for Flagger Training for Washington state . This Flagger card is accepted in Oregon and Idaho as well . The handbook and instructor’s manual are constantly updated and contain all the timely information and requirements . Class will be held at the Columbia Basin College Pasco campus, 8:30 a .m .-4:00 p .m . See the program website for location on campus . Please pre-register for class . R210 AA 0 SWEATT, V Sa 8:30AM- 4:00PM V121 R220 BA 0 SWEATT, V Sa 8:30AM- 4:00PM V121 R230 CA 0 SWEATT, V Sa 8:30AM- 4:00PM V121

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Traffic Control

CSRE
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Quick Books-Pro
CABLE, M

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CSRE

www .ed2go .com/columbia
Courses are available for business professionals and teachers . Classes are designed to meet the needs of busy professionals . All are instructor facilitated . New courses begin on the third Wednesday of each month . Examples of classes for business professionals include: · Fundamentals of Supervision and Management · Mastery of Business Fundamentals · Six Sigma: Total Quality Fundamentals Examples of courses for teachers include: · Ready, Set, Read · Solving Classroom Discipline Problems · The Creative Classroom

CSRE 050 allows students to register and buy time in the Welding Booths to upgrade their skills . Students may register for either 10 or 20 hours of time . Students may register only with the permission of the Welding department . 6928 WB 0 STAFF ARR ARR 6930 XB 0 STAFF ARR ARR

Welding Booth Time

To learn about these and other offerings, visit our Online Instruction Center www .ed2go .com/columbia-pro FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT: Donna Campbell, Dean Institute for Professional Development 2600 N . 20th Ave . Pasco, WA 99301 (509) 542-4806 Donna .Campbell@columbiabasin .edu

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Community Education – 48

Distance Learning
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DISTANCE LEARNING
The following classes display “ARR” under the location, time, and day headings because they are not offered at traditional times and locations . Instead, the instructors and students use technology to create a virtual learning environment . Some distance learning classes have a mandatory orientation that students must attend . You may also choose to attend a WebCT orientation . See below for more information . This orientation meeting is listed at the end of each course description . Who should take distance classes? Distance education helps students with tight schedules learn at any time of the night or day, reduce commuting time, and spend more time with their families . But this type of learning is not for everyone . Distance classes are best suited to students who meet deadlines, stay on task, and learn well on their own . Please note that basic computer literacy, including some Internet skills, is necessary for some classes . Contact the coordinator of Distance Education at (509) 542-4863 or go to the web page at: columbiabasin .edu/distance . If you do not have an Internet connection at home, stop by the lab in room W-140 on the Pasco campus and ask the staff to help you .

ACCOUNTING
ACCT& 201
Fundamentals of accounting as applied to actual business situations . Introduction to the accounting cycle for service and merchandising firms controlling to purchases and sales with business papers, special journals, and subsidiary ledgers . (Previously BA 251) 8114 DII 5 MALONE, C ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 9/21/10, 5:00 p.m., room B113.

Principles of Accounting I

ACCT& 202

The theory and practice of accounting, including financial statements . Emphasis on partnership and corporate accounting . Prerequisite: ACCT& 201 or instructor’s permission . (Previously BA 252) 8112 DII 5 MALONE, C ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 9/21/10, 5:00 p.m., room B113.

Principles of Accounting II

ACCT& 203

These are a combination of computer-based instruction and traditional face-toface instruction . One or more class meetings are replaced by computer-based activities . The computer-based activities are not optional in hybrid classes; they are required . Hybrid classes are coded DIH in the quarterly schedule . An introduction to WebCT (the distance learning software used for Internet-based courses at CBC) will be conducted prior to the first week of the quarter . As participants will learn the skills essential for survival in a WebCT class, the orientation is highly recommended for students who are new to online learning . In some cases, this general orientation may replace the orientations for specific classes . Please consult the footnotes for your class or contact your instructor for additional information about WebCT orientation .

HYBRID CLASSES

A continuation of ACCT& 202 . Introduction of manufacturing and cost accounting . Analysis of financial statements, budgeting, and cost volume analysis . Prerequisite: ACCT& 202 . (Previously BA 253) 8166 DII 5 MALONE, C ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 9/21/10, 5:00 p.m., room B113.

Principles of Accounting III

WebCT Orientation Schedule - Fall Quarter 2010

ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE TECHNOLOGY
AOT
Introduces the fundamentals of touch typing of letters, numbers, symbols, and operational keys using a computer . It is recommended that a student take CA 100 in the same quarter as AOT 101 . 8602 DII 2 CRIDER, T ARR ARR
$11.40 lab fee. Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in course subject matter. $34.55 fee.

101

Keyboarding I

See website at columbiabasin.edu/distance for orientation dates, times, and locations.

AOT

Reinforces keyboarding skills . Introduces appropriate formatting of business letters, personal letters, memos, reports, and tables using word processing software . Prerequisites: AOT 101 and CA 100 or advanced placement for comparable skills . 8604 DII 2 SULLIVAN, M ARR ARR
$11.40 lab fee. Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in course subject matter. $34.55 fee.

102

Keyboarding II

AOT

Improves keyboarding speed and accuracy through a carefully planned program stressing skill development of alphabetic and numeric keys as well as efficient use of the service keys . Develops 10-key proficiency using 10-key pad . Student may enroll once in AOT 1091, AOT 1092, and AOT 1093 for a maximum of six credits . Prerequisite: AOT 101 or instructor’s permission . 8606 DII 3 SULLIVAN, M ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.

1091

Keyboarding/Skillbuilding

AOT

Improves keyboarding speed and accuracy through a carefully planned program stressing skill development of alphabetic and numeric keys as well as efficient use of the service keys . Develops 10-key proficiency using 10-key pad . Student may enroll once in AOT 1091, AOT 1092, and AOT 1093 for a maximum of six credits . Prerequisite: AOT 101, AOT 1091, or instructor’s permission . 8610 DII 3 SULLIVAN, M ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.

1092

Keyboarding/Skillbuilding

AOT

Improves keyboarding speed and accuracy through a carefully planned program stressing skill development of alphabetic and numeric keys as well as efficient use of the service keys . Develops 10-key proficiency using 10-key pad . Student may enroll once in AOT 1091, AOT 1092, and AOT 1093 for a maximum of six credits . Prerequisite: AOT 101, AOT 1092, or instructor’s permission . 8614 DII 3 SULLIVAN, M ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.

1093

Keyboarding/Skillbuilding

49 – Distance Learning

Distance Learning
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AOT

Encompasses business ethics, personal values, human relations, and effective communication in an office environment . Focuses on attaining and retaining entry-level employment . Provides an opportunity to shadow an office professional . 8618 DII 3 CRIDER, T ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.

117

Office Orientation

BUS

AOT

A supervised work experience involving the application and practice of skills and principles learned in the classroom . Supervised employment site must meet degree or certificate specialty requirement . One credit equals 33 work hours . May be repeated for credit and experience . Prerequisites: AOT 102, AOT 117, and instructor’s permission . 8622 DII 1-15 MARTINEZ, G ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.

1952

Supervised Employment

This course is designed to introduce business majors to Management Information Systems (MIS) and demonstrate how these systems are used throughout organizations in theory and application . The course will focus on organizational information systems, including managerial support systems and acquisition and application of information systems . Topical coverage consists of a web-based, global environment, and how to manage it through a competitive advantage and strategic information system . Ethics and privacy, network communications, E-commerce, mobile commerce, and contemporary topics are explored . The software deliverables include a WebCT homepage, a PowerPoint presentation, and a Word document from the student’s fictional or real business, followed by an Excel spreadsheet and Web 2 .0 Google Docs . As a result of taking this course, students will obtain valuable information technology knowledge and skills required for success in business . (Previously BA 250) 8120 DII 5 WYSOCKI, C ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednesday, 9/22/10, 8:00 p.m., room B112.

250

Management Information Systems

ANTHROPOLOGY CCN
ANTH& 205
Physical Anthropology is the study of human beings from an evolutionary and biological perspective and ANTH& 205 provides an introduction to this sub-field of anthropology . In this course, we will examine our own species (Homo sapiens) by looking at the biological basis of life, the processes of evolution, our primate relatives both living and extinct, and the variation seen in modern human populations . (Previously ANT 111) 8200 DII 5 TAFF, M ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.

BUSINESS CCN
BUS&
A critical survey of the theory, principles, and practices of modern business . The theme is building world class employees who produce and distribute world class goods and services in an increasingly competitive global marketplace . Critical thinking, systems understanding, resource allocation, human relations, and technology application are emphasized . (Previously BA 101) 8100 DII 5 WILSON, H ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 9/20/10, 6:00 p.m., room B105.

Biological Anthropology [M/S]

101

Introduction to Business

ART CCN
ART&
A general survey of fine and applied arts with brief media encounters in various areas of art . The class emphasis is on building a general appreciation of the techniques, styles, and history of art . (Previously ART 110) 8012 DII 5 BARLOW, H ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Howard Barlow by the second day of class via email at howard.barlow@columbiabasin.edu.

BUS&

100

Art Appreciation [H]

An introduction to the American legal system including its social, political, and philosophical roots . The court system and judicial procedures are critically examined, and the class inquires extensively into business torts, crimes, and contracts . (Previously BA 254) 8122 DII 5 KEY, G ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 9/21/10, 6:00 p.m., room B116.

201

Business Law

COMMUNICATION STUDIES
CMST
Multicultural Communications will teach the student culturally-sensitive methods of identifying basic problems involving communication failures across ethnic and racial settings . The course is designed to encourage participants to explore their own cultural identities in relationship to their cultures and those of others in order to improve the quality of their interpersonal communication skills . They will also learn to apply various multicultural approaches to behavior modification, racism, sexism, the valuing of cultural diversity, collaboration, and the move toward inherent pluralism . Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 . (Previously SPE 260) 8086 DII 5 BACON, J ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Julie Bacon by the second day of class, either via email at jbacon@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-5531. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Julie Bacon by the second day of class, either via email at jbacon@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-5531.

BUSINESS
BUS
This course emphasizes tax planning and tax recognition, not tax expertise . Students will be aware of the many issues and general solutions in taxation, including tax considerations in business decision-making, tax effects of business transactions; taxation of compensation; fringe benefits; capital gains; fixed asset transactions; tax credits; alternative minimum tax and passive activity rules, but leaving the detailed tax planning or compliance work for other tax courses . Offered fall quarter . Recommended prerequisite: ACCT& 201 . (Previously BA 107) 8102 DII 5 WEND, T ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 9/21/10, 7:00 p.m., room B111.

260

Multicultural Communications [C]

107

Federal Income Taxes

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ARR

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BUS

A decision-making approach to personal financial planning . Students will use course materials and Internet resources to develop personal financial strategies . (Previously BA 120) 8104 DII 5 WYSOCKI, C ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Wednesday, 9/22/10, 7:30 p.m., room B112.

120

Personal Finance

COMMUNICATION STUDIES CCN
CMST& 210
This course is recommended for students seeking to improve their communication with friends, family, and co-workers . It is designed to heighten the student’s awareness of personality styles and communication behaviors and their respective impact on interpersonal and group communication . Credit not granted for both CMST 110 and CMST& 210 . (Previously SPE 111) 8092 DII 5 BACON, J ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Julie Bacon by the second day of class, either via email at jbacon@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-5531.

Interpersonal Communication [C]

Distance Learning– 50

Distance Learning
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COMPUTER APPLICATION
CA
Introduces hardware and software concepts, operating systems and/or interface systems, Internet access, basic word processing, and spreadsheet software through hands-on experience . Recommended: keyboarding experience or AOT 101 taken concurrently . 8306 DII 4 SIDWELL, K ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC homepage under eLearning one week before the quarter starts. All students sign into AngelCT to get class materials by 9/20/10. Contact ksidwell@columbiabasin.edu for info. $11.40 lab fee. Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in course subject matter. $34.55 fee.

CS

100

Introduction to Microcomputers

This is the first course in a two-course series designed to provide the knowledge, skills, and abilities essential for a successful computer service technician as defined by experts from companies across the industry . Hardware topics include: power supply, CPUs, and motherboards . Other topics include: DOS operating system, number systems, working safely and professionally, and the customer relations skills necessary in the industry . Prerequisite: CS 101 . 8320 WBW 5 SIDWELL, K MW 7:30PM- 9:50PM T544
$11.40 lab fee.

109

PC Hardware 1

CS

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DII

4

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ARR

ARR

COMPUTER SCIENCE
CS
CS 101 is a five-credit introductory class designed to meet the needs of all students as defined in CBC’s “Using Information Technology & Tools Student Learning Outcome . “The class emphasizes the cognitive aspects of dealing with Information Technology (IT): evaluating information, learning practical IT skills, solving problems, and dealing with information-related issues such as privacy, security, ethics, etc . Students will also learn computer basics using Windows, Word, Excel, PowerPoint, email, and Internet skills to locate, present, and report information . 8310 DII 5 WOLF, D ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC homepage under eLearning one week before the quarter starts. All students sign into AngelCT to get class materials by 9/20/10. Contact dwolf@columbiabasin.edu for info.

101

Introduction to Computers and Information Tech

This is an introductory operating system course using Windows Vista . Topics include: operating system fundamentals, organizing disks, managing files, system maintenance, customizing computer systems, system backup, shortcuts, troubleshooting tools, system performance, computer safeguards, solving problems, and optimizing computer systems . Prerequisite: CS 101 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class . 8322 DII 5 HENRY, C ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC homepage under eLearning one week before the quarter starts. All students sign into AngelCT to get class materials by 9/20/10. Contact chenry@columbiabasin.edu for info.

110

Windows Operating Systems

CS

Effective use of the Internet is recognized as an important asset for professionals in virtually every area of work or study . The student will learn how to use the Internet in a productive way to access services, resources, and information . Prerequisite: computer experience . 8324 DII 2 WOLF, D ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC homepage under eLearning one week before the quarter starts. All students sign into AngelCT to get class materials by 9/20/10. Contact dwolf@columbiabasin.edu for info.

113

Introduction to the Internet

CS

This course is an introduction to programming using Visual Basic .NET . It is designed for those with little or no programming experience . Topics include: program development cycle, fundamentals of programming in Visual Basic, decisions, repetitions, controls, functions, and procedures . Prerequisite: MATH 095 or MATH 098 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class . 8312 DII 5 WOLF, D ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC homepage under eLearning one week before the quarter starts. All students sign into AngelCT to get class materials by 9/20/10. Contact dwolf@columbiabasin.edu for info.

102

Visual Basic 1 [Q/SR]

CS

This class covers the basics of computer security . Students will learn about virus protection, installing security patches, using firewalls to protect networks, cryptography and Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), and legal issues . Prerequisites: CS 109 and CS 110, or instructor’s permission . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class . 8328 DII 5 DEHAAN, M ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC homepage under eLearning one week before the quarter starts. All students sign into AngelCT to get class materials by 9/20/10. Contact mdehaan@columbiabasin.edu for info.

150

Computer Security

CS

This is a beginning database course in which the student will create, modify, and implement relational databases using Microsoft Access . Topics include: tables, queries, forms, reports, sharing information with other programs, data access pages, advanced queries, managing database objects, and creating macros and switchboards . Prerequisite: CS 101 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class . 8314 WBW 5 SIDWELL, K TTh 7:30PM- 9:50PM T566
$11.40 lab fee.

106

Database Systems

CS

CS

Students will learn to create documents using the current version of Microsoft Word . Students will learn the principles of word processing to produce and revise a variety of business documents including brochures, flyers, and memoranda . These documents will include tables, graphics, and custom formatting to effectively convey written information . Prerequisite: CS 101 . 8316 DII 2 DEHAAN, M ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC homepage under eLearning one week before the quarter starts. All students sign into AngelCT to get class materials by 9/20/10. Contact mdehaan@columbiabasin.edu for info.

107

Intermediate Word Processing

This is an intermediate C++ course that provides students an understanding of key object-oriented programming (OOP) theories and concepts, and how to create and manipulate objects in a GUI environment . Students will learn advanced features of C++ including: arrays, strings, file processing, classes, inheritance, composition, pointers, virtual functions, templates, and introduction to linked lists . Prerequisite: CS& 131 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class . 8330 DII 5 ROBBINS, T ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC homepage under eLearning one week before the quarter starts. All students sign into AngelCT for class materials by 9/20/10. Contact trobbins@columbiabasin.edu for info.

162

C++2 [Q/SR]

CS

CS

Students will learn to develop spreadsheets using the current version of Microsoft Excel . Students will learn how to use the principles of spreadsheet applications to solve a variety of financial, marketing, manufacturing, and business problems . This course will include hands-on instruction regarding how to use formulas to analyze data and generate documents using charts and graphs focusing on appearance and effectiveness of conveying information . Prerequisite: CS 101 . 8318 DII 2 DEHAAN, M ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC homepage under eLearning one week before the quarter starts. All students sign into AngelCT to get class materials by 9/20/10. Contact mdehaan@columbiabasin.edu for info.

108

Intermediate Spreadsheets

This class is the first in a series of three in which the student will learn the C# programming language using Microsoft Visual Studio . Topics included: visual programming, visual studio, control structures, object-oriented programming, selection structure, repetition structure, methods, and classes . Prerequisite: MATH 095 or MATH 098 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class . 8332 DII 5 ROBBINS, T ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC homepage under eLearning one week before the quarter starts. All students sign into AngelCT for class materials by 9/20/10. Contact trobbins@columbiabasin.edu for info.

171

C# 1

51 – Distance Learning

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CS

This class teaches application-specific skills that will enable students to effectively implement, support, and troubleshoot Microsoft Word within a corporate environment . There is a strong emphasis on the skills required for supporting users of Microsoft Word in a workgroup . This class is designed to help prepare students for the MOUS Word Expert Certification test . (Extra study and product experience are typically required to pass a certification exam .) Prerequisite: AOT 172, or CS 107, or instructor’s permission . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class . 8334 DII 5 DEHAAN, M ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC homepage under eLearning one week before the quarter starts. All students sign into AngelCT to get class materials by 9/20/10. Contact dwolf@columbiabasin.edu for info.

207

Word Implementation

ECON& 202

This course introduces such important concepts as: market systems and their alternatives, supply and demand, measurement and determination of a nation’s output and income, inflation and unemployment, both demand-side and supply-side aspects of fiscal and monetary policies, federal debt, and international trade and finance . (Previously EC 201) 8178 DII 5 SCHAU, D ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.

Macro Economics [S/B]

ENGLISH CCN
ENGL& 101
Study and application of the principles of writing clear exposition with emphasis on organizing unified and coherent essays . Prerequisite: passing grade in ENGL 099 or COMPASS score above 78 . (Previously ENG 101) 8056 DII 5 SEALY, B ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Brad Sealy by the second day of class, either via email at bsealy@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4760. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Michael Lee by the second day of class, either via email at Michael.Lee@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at 542-4399. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Brad Sealy by the second day of class, either via email at bsealy@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4760. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Elaina Meiners by the second day of class either via email at emeiners@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4613. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. These are listed at the top of the distance learning section of the schedule. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Elaina Meiners by the second day of class either via email at emeiners@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509)542-4505.

English Composition I [C]

CS

An advanced spreadsheets course with topics including: integrating Excel with other Windows programs and the World Wide Web, working with multiple worksheets, data tables and scenario management, using solver for complex problems, importing data into Excel, exchanging Excel with Visual Basic, and installation and troubleshooting user’s problems . Prerequisite: AOT 124, or CS 108, or instructor’s permission . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class . 8336 DII 5 DEHAAN, M ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC homepage under eLearning one week before the quarter starts. All students sign into AngelCT to get class materials by 9/20/10. Contact dwolf@columbiabasin.edu for info.

208

Advanced Spreadsheets

8058

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LEE, M

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ARR

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SEALY, B

ARR

ARR

CS

This course will prepare students for working with Microsoft Windows . The students will learn about installation, managing accounts, configuration, interactive Access, disk resource management, printing, performance tuning and optimization, and troubleshooting . This class will help to prepare students to pass one of the Windows exams . Prerequisites: CS 110 and MATH 095 or MATH 098 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class . 8340 DII 5 DEHAAN, M ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC homepage under eLearning one week before the quarter starts. All students sign into AngelCT to get class materials by 9/20/10. Contact mdehaan@columbiabasin.edu for info.

227

Windows Administration

8062

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MEINERS, E

ARR

ARR

8064

DII

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MEINERS, E

ARR

ARR

ENGL& 102

COMPUTER SCIENCE CCN
CS&
This class is the first in a series of three in which the student will learn the C++ programming language . C++ is an extension of C language, which includes both procedural and object-oriented programming . It is the basis for most PC-based windows programs . Students will learn C++ keywords, control structures, functions, arrays, strings, and introduction to classes and objects . Prerequisite: MATH 095 or MATH 098 . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class . (Previously CS 161) 8326 DII 5 ROBBINS, T ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC homepage under eLearning one week before the quarter starts. All students sign into AngelCT for class materials by 9/20/10. Contact trobbins@columbiabasin.edu for info.

An advanced expository writing course focusing on research essays and other aspects of college writing . Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 . (Previously ENG 201) 8068 DII 5 THONNEY, T ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Teresa Thonney by the second day of class, either via email at TThonney@columbiabasin.edu or at (509) 542-5539. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Gwen James by the second day of class, either via email at GJames@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at 542-4709. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Orientation times are listed at columbiabasin.edu under the Distance Learning heading. Those unable to attend must contact Kathy Dechter by the second day of class, via email at Kathy.Dechter@columbiabasin.edu or at (509) 542-5531. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Gwen James by the second day of class, either via email at GJames@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4709.

Composition II [C]

131

Computer Science I C++ [Q/SR]

8070

DII

5

JAMES, G

ARR

ARR

8071

DII

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DECHTER, K

ARR

ARR

8073

DII

5

JAMES, G

ARR

ARR

CS&

JAVA is an object oriented programming language that is widely used to enhance information delivery on the Web . Students will learn how to write programs and applets using JAVA . Prerequisite: CS& 131 or instructor’s permission . All prerequisites must be passed with a 2 .0 or better before taking this class . (Previously CS 215) 8344 DII 5 ROBBINS, T ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. New online students sign up for a WebCT orientation session on CBC homepage under eLearning one week before the quarter starts. All students sign into AngelCT for class materials by 9/20/10. Contact trobbins@columbiabasin.edu for info.

141

Computer Science I Java

ENGL& 111

This course focuses on reading and analyzing prose, poetry, and drama and is designed to help students develop a method of reading and evaluating literature . Prerequisite: eligible for ENGL& 101 or currently enrolled in ENGL 099 . (Previously LIT 150) 8066 DII 5 MATHESIUS, M ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Orientation times are listed at columbiabasin.edu under Distance Learning. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Matt Mathesius by the second day of class, either via email at mmathesius@columbiabasin.edu or by phone (509) 542-4815

Intro to Literature [H]

ECONOMICS CCN
ECON& 201
Micro Economic concepts are applied to business and household decision-making as well as public policy . Major topics include: scarcity and choice, production possibilities, alternative allocative mechanisms, supply and demand analysis, elasticity, consumer choice, production and costs, market structures, antitrust and regulation, and public Micro Economics . (Previously EC 202) 8174 DII 5 SCHAU, D ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.

Micro Economics [S/B]

ENGL& 236

A study of creative writing, emphasizing diverse styles and techniques . Previous completion of ENGL& 101 is strongly recommended . (Previously ENG 240) 8077 DII 5 HOLMES, M ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Melissa Holmes by the second day of class, either via email at mholmes@clumbiabasin.edu or at (509) 542-5516.

Creative Writing I [H]

Distance Learning– 52

Distance Learning
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ENGL& 237

A continuation of ENGL& 236 . Prerequisite: ENGL& 236 . (Previously ENG 241) 8069 DII 5 HOLMES, M ARR ARR

Creative Writing II [H]

HISTORY
HIST
A history of East Asia . Major emphasis will be upon the history of China, an analysis of modernization in Japan, and issues of colonialism and nationalism in East Asia . (Previously HIS 110) 8210 DII 5 SUN, Y ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.

110

History of Modern East Asia [S/B]

This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Melissa Holmes by the second day of class, either via email at mholmes@clumbiabasin.edu or at (509) 542-5516.

HEALTH EDUCATION
HE
Study of current health and wellness issues and problems of the college-age student . Emphasis is on lifestyles, risk factors, and preventing disease and illness with a wellness lifestyle . 8460 DII 3 VLADIMIROFF ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Stacey Vladimiroff by the second day of class, either via email at svladimiroff@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4414. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Dave Dunterman by the second day of class, either via email at ddunterman@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4839.

170

Health and Wellness [PE]

HISTORY CCN
HIST& 128
An examination of the major civilizations of the world from the birth of the modern age to the present . Emphasis is on the development of the modern nationstate, international relations, socio-economic developments, and shifting patterns of thought . (Previously HIS 103) 8203 DII 5 WOODS, M ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.

World Civilizations III [H]

8462

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3

DUNTERMAN, D

ARR

ARR

HE

This course is designed to achieve physiological knowledge and awareness of chemical use and abuse as it relates to the student’s total well-being . 8468 DII 3 VLADIMIROFF ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Stacey Vladimiroff by the second day of class, either via email at svladimiroff@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4414. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Laura Stoker by the second day of class, either via email at lstoker@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4522.

220

Drugs and Health [PE]

HIST& 147

Survey of U .S . History from the Civil War through World War II . Emphasis is placed on Reconstruction, industrialization, immigration, American foreign policy, Progressive Reform, the twenties, the Great Depression, the New Deal, and World War II . 8204 DII 5 FLYNN, G ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 9/20/10, 6:00 p.m., room W150.

U.S. History II [S/B]

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STOKER, L

ARR

ARR

HIST& 148

HE

A study of the causes of human stress and how to manage or minimize this stress . Theories, implications, and practical applications are emphasized .
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Stacey Vladimiroff by the second day of class, either via email at svladimiroff@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4414.

240

Stress Management [PE]

Survey of U .S . History from World War II to the present . Emphasis is placed on the Cold War era, Vietnam, Civil Rights, the liberal consensus, the rise of modern conservatism, minority relations, the 1990s, and post 9-11 American society . 8206 DII 5 FLYNN, G ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 9/20/10, 7:00 p.m., room W150.

U.S. History III [S/B]

HIST& 214

8474

This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend an orientation session must contact Dave Dunterman by the second day of class, either via email at ddunterman@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4839.

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ARR

ARR

A general history of the Pacific Northwest with particular emphasis on Washington state . Special emphasis is given to Indian culture, Indian-White relations, settlement, race relations, industrialization, and changes created by WWI and WWII . (Previously HIS 251) 2039 DII 5 ARNOLD, D ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.

Pacific Northwest History

HEALTH INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
HIT
An introduction to the basics of the American legal system, the physician-patient relationship, the medical record and its uses; informed consent; licensure, certification, and registration; the basic laws protecting patient information including knowledge of HIPAA regulations and how they pertain to the medical assistant . Prerequisite: Internet proficiency . 4104 DII 3 MC BURNEY, J ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.

115

Legal Aspects of the Medical Office I

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
This course is designed to assist students in learning effective techniques for having a college experience that is successful both academically and personally . Topics will include: time management, test-taking, communication skills, learning styles, and campus resources . The development of critical thinking skills will be incorporated throughout the course . (Previously EDUC 100, which was previously ED 100) 8990 DII 3 OATES, J ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.

HDEV

100

College Success

HIT

Provides a basic background of medical terminology for the medical office . Major topics to be studied are: cells and oncology, tissues and the integumentary system, skeletal system, muscular system, nervous system, special senses, glands, cardiovascular system; blood and lymphatic-immune systems, respiratory system; digestive system; urinary system, reproductive system, pregnancy and human development; general diseases, lab tests, diagnoses, surgery, pharmacology, and therapy . Emphasis is placed on identifying and labeling word parts, defining and building medical terms, basic anatomy, and becoming familiar with common diseases of the systems . 8922 DII 5 BLOOMSBURG,M ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.

147

Medical Terminology

HDEV

This course is designed to assist students in gaining insight into interests, values, personality, strengths, and the decision-making processes necessary for choosing a college major and planning a career . This course is for those who are choosing, changing, or confirming their educational goals . Topics will include growing career opportunities, job hunting techniques, goal-setting, and tools for success . (Previously EDUC 135, which was previously ED 135) 8982 DII 3 BROUNS, D ARR ARR
There is a mandatory meeting to go over your career inventories held on Wednesday, September 29, 2010 at 4:00 p.m. in the CBC Library epicenter. $27.00 testing fee. Directed learning courses are not dependent on regular classroom attendance; instead students engage in structured learning experiences that are designed to involve students in course subject matter. $34.55 fee.

135

College Major/Career Planning

HIT

Advanced medical coding concepts, methods, and guidelines using International Classification of Diseases 9th Edition (ICD-9-CM), Current Procedural Terminology (CPT), and HCPCS . Prerequisite: HIT 156 or AOT 151 with a minimum 2 .0 . 8925 DII 5 BLOOMSBURG ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.

157

Advanced Medical Coding

53 – Distance Learning

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INTERCULTURAL STUDIES
ICS
An introduction to the culture and civilization of the Spanish-speaking world; taught in English . 2006 DII 5 VALADEZ, M ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.

MATHEMATICS CCN
MATH& 107
This class is designed for students who have successfully completed intermediate algebra . This course will attempt to make mathematics enjoyable, practical, understandable, and informative using a variety of real-life applications . Topics include: linear, quadratic, exponential, and logarithmic models, geometry, tessellations, fractals, logic, interest, annuities, loans, probability, and statistics . The class will satisfy the quantitative skills requirement for the AA degree . Prerequisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH 095, MATH 098, or COMPASS test placement . (Previously MTH 130) 8582 DII 5 BOURAMA, T ARR ARR
Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee. Mandatory orientation 9/20/10 at 7:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Toure Bourama at TBourama@columbiabasin. edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at http://mymathlab.com.

120

Survey of Hispanic Culture [H]

Math In Society [M/S] [Q/SR]

8211

DII

5

VALADEZ, M

ARR

ARR

MATHEMATICS
MATH
This introductory course includes signed number operations, algebraic concepts, ratio and proportion, rectangular coordinates, angles, triangles, and area and volume . For students who have never taken algebra or who need a refresher before enrolling in MATH 091 . Prerequisite: MATH 082 with appropriate TABE test score, or MATH 083, or COMPASS 44-50 placement . (Previously MTH 084) 7B44 DII 2 LIEBLER, N ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient.

084

Algebra/Geometry

MATH& 141

MATH

This course is a rapid coverage of high school-level algebra . Topics include: integer and rational exponents, operations with polynomials and factoring, operations with rational and radical expressions, solving quadratic and rational equations, graphs of lines and parabolas, systems of equations, complex numbers, functions, and applications of all of the aforementioned . Prerequisite: 2 .0 or better in MATH 097 is acceptable but not advised or COMPASS test placement . (Previously MTH 095) 8552 DII 5 ZHANG, L ARR ARR
Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee. Mandatory orientation on 9/20/10 at 4:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Limin Zhang at LZhang@columbiabasin. edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the internet at http://mymathlab.com.

095

Intermediate Algebra

Designed to prepare students for entry into basic calculus . Precalculus I together with Precalculus II is designed to prepare students for entry into the calculus sequence: MATH& 151, MATH& 152, MATH& 153, and MATH& 254 . The topics include: absolute value, complex numbers, linear and quadratic equations, rational, polynomial, exponential and logarithmic functions, inverse functions, theory of equations, and sequences and series . Prerequisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH 095, MATH 098, or COMPASS test placement . Students completing MATH& 141 may not receive graduation credit for MATH& 144 . (Previously MTH 154) 8590 DII 5 HASHAM, M ARR ARR
Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee. Mandatory orientation 9/21/10 at 6:00 p.m. in S230. Contact Melissa Hasham at MHasham@columbiabasin. edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at http://mymathlab.com.

Precalculus I [M/S] [Q/SR]

MATH& 146

MATH

The first course of a three-quarter sequence (MATH 096, MATH 097, MATH 098) which covers elementary and intermediate algebra . Topics include: operations with real numbers, solutions of linear equations and inequalities, graphing lines, and applications of the aforementioned . Prerequisite: MATH 084 or COMPASS test placement . (Previously MTH 096) 8560 DII 5 HASHAM, M ARR ARR
Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee. Mandatory orientation 9/21/10 at 5:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Melissa Hasham at MHasham@columbiabasin. edu for further information. This course is primarily taught through the Internet at http://mymathlab.com.

096

Algebra Review 1

A course especially suited for the non-physical science major such as business, behavioral sciences, computer science, etc . A study of both descriptive and inferential statistics . It includes measures of central tendency, probability, sampling methods, hypothesis testing, linear regression, and correlation . Prerequisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH 095, MATH 098, or COMPASS test placement . (Previously MTH 143) 8584 DII 5 RUSSELL, L ARR ARR
Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee. Mandatory orientation 9/20/10 at 8:00 p.m. in S230. Contact Larry Russell at LRussell@columbiabasin.edu for futher information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at http://mymathlab.com. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee. Mandatory orientation 9/20/10 at 7:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Toure Bourama at TBourama@columbiabasin. edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at http://mymathlab.com.

Introduction to Stats [M/S] [Q/SR]

8585

DII

5

BOURAMA, T

ARR

ARR

MUSIC
MUSC
The evolution of jazz and the development of black music in white America . This is an intercultural humanities course . Emphasis on listening and enjoyment through the use of recordings, attendance at concerts, and films . (Previously MUS 116) 8024 DII 5 CLARK, D ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those who are unable to attend an orientation session must contact Dave Clark by the second day of class, either via email at dclark@columbiabasin.edu or (509) 542-5531.

116

History of Jazz [H]

MATH

The second course of a three-quarter sequence (MATH 096, MATH 097, MATH 098) which covers elementary and intermediate algebra . Topics include: operations with polynomials, factoring polynomials, solving equations by factoring, exponents, scientific notation, operations with rational expressions, solving rational equations, and applications of all of the aforementioned . Prerequisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH 096 or COMPASS test placement . (Previously MTH 097) 8568 DII 5 JINDAL, M ARR ARR
Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee. Mandatory orientation 9/20/10 at 6:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Manju Jindal at MJindal@columbiabasin. edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at http://mymathlab.com.

097

Algebra Review 2

MUSIC CCN
MUSC& 105
The study of musical literature from early times to the present . Emphasis on listening and enjoyment through the use of recordings, attendance at concerts, and films . (Previously MUS 115) 8032 DII 5 PEDERSEN, R ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Those unable to attend must contact Bob Pedersen by the second day of class, via email at bpedersen@columbiabasin.edu or by phone at (509) 542-4387.

Music Appreciation [H]

MATH

The third course of a three-quarter sequence (MATH 096, MATH 097, MATH 098) which covers elementary and intermediate algebra . Topics include: graphs of lines and parabolas, systems of equations, operations with radical expressions, complex numbers, solving quadratic equations, and functions and applications of the aforementioned . A grade of 2 .0 or better in this class will satisfy the Intermediate Algebra proficiency requirement for the AA degree . Prerequisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH 097 . (Previously MTH 098) 8574 DII 5 SPENCE, J ARR ARR
Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee. Mandatory orientation 9/21/10 at 8:00 p.m. in S230. Contact John Spence at JSpence@columbiabasin.edu for futher information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at http://mymathlab.com.

098

Algebra Review 3

NUTRITION & FOOD CCN
NUTR& 101
Principles of nutrition as they apply to macro-nutrients . Economic, cultural, and psychological influences are considered . The need for vitamins, minerals, and special nutritional requirements at different stages of the lifecycle and special topics of current concern are included . (Previously NFS 111) 8480 DII 5 BARTON, D ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Students taking this class will need to purchase an Access Code in addition to the course textbook. Website information for purchasing the Access Code will be provided at the beginning of the quarter by the instructor via http://angel.columbiabasin.edu. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Students taking this class will need to purchase an Access Code in addition to the course textbook. Website information for purchasing the Access Code will be provided at the beginning of the quarter by the instructor via http://angel.columbiabasin.edu.

Nutrition [M/S]

MATH

Fundamental concepts of mathematics emphasizing appreciation and respect for precise definitions and logical reasoning . A course especially suited for students in the behavioral, managerial, and social sciences . Topics include matrices, systems of linear equations and inequalities, finance, probability and counting techniques, game theory, decision analysis, and Markov chains . Prerequisite: grade of 2 .0 or better in MATH 095, MATH 098, or COMPASS test placement . (Previously MTH 147) 8588 DII 5 MEIER, P ARR ARR
Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee and a $11.40 lab fee. Mandatory orientation 9/20/10 at 5:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Paul Meier at PMeier@columbiabasin.edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet at http://mymathlab.com.

147

Finite Math [M/S] [Q/SR]

8481

DII

5

BARTON, D

ARR

ARR

Distance Learning– 54

Distance Learning
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR

DAY

TIME

LOCATION

PHILOSOPHY CCN
PHIL& 101
A study of the fundamental questions concerning humans and the universe that recur in the history of their thoughts, religion, knowledge, reality, and morality . (Previously PHI 101) 8410 DII 5 KLAMM-DONEEN ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.

WOMEN’S STUDIES
WS
An introductory course which presents an overview of the contributions women have made socially, politically, and culturally . 2090 DII 5 MEADOWS, D ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.

Intro to Philosophy [H]

155

Women’s Cultural Heritage [H]

PHYSICS CCN
PHYS& 100
Introduces the principles and concepts of physics using elementary algebraic procedures . Selected topics from classical and modern physics . Primarily for the non-science major . Prerequisite: MATH 095 or MATH 096 . (Previously PHY 100) 8431 DII 4 SIDIBE, A ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Mandatory Orientation: 9/21/10 at 7:00 p.m. in room S230. Contact Aissata Sidibe at ASidibe@columbiabasin.edu for further information. This course is primarily conducted through the Internet.

Physics Non-Sci Majors [M/S]

PSYCHOLOGY CCN
PSYC& 100
Introduction to the basic principles of human behavior and mental processes . Some areas of study are personality and learning theory, neurobiology, motivation, cognition, memory, research design, and methods . (Previously PSY 101) 8220 DII 5 BARR, K ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Tuesday, 9/21/10, 6:00 p.m., room L101.

General Psychology [S/B]

8222 8237 8251

This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 9/20/10, 6:00 p.m., room A126.

DII DII DII

5 5 5

FRAZIER, S STAFF STAFF

ARR ARR ARR

ARR ARR ARR

PSYC& 200

A comprehensive survey of psychological development of the human from conception to death in relation to biological, physical, social, and psychological conditions . Prerequisite: PSYC& 100 . (Previously PSY 240) 8224 DII 5 STEVENS, K ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.

Lifespan Psychology [S/B]

8225 8230

DII DII

5 5

STEVENS, K STEVENS, K

ARR ARR

ARR ARR

SOCIOLOGY CCN
SOC&
An introduction to the scientific study of society . Emphasis on relationship of the individual to society, inequality, social institutions, and deviant behavior . (Previously SOC 101) 8282 DII 5 CHAKRABARTI ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.

101

Intro to Sociology [S/B]

8284 8286

DII DII

5 5

CHAKRABARTI CHAKRABARTI

ARR ARR

ARR ARR

SOC&

Examines conditions that adversely affect the quality of life in the United States . Deviant behavior (crime, alcoholism, drug abuse, sexual deviance, mental illness) and problems of inequality (including poverty, racism, and sexism) are to be covered . (Previously SOC 201) 8292 DII 5 BOUROUH, C ARR ARR
This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. In addition, instructor orientation: Monday, 9/20/10, 6:00 p.m., room B113. This course is conducted primarily through the Internet. Students may also be required to make occasional visits to campus. There is a $34.55 fee. Live orientations and online tutorials are available for students using Angel or WebCt. See http://bit.ly/CBCorient. Read course syllabus found on the WebCT homepage.

201

Social Problems [S/B]

8294

DII

5

TAFF, G

ARR

ARR

55 – Distance Learning

Fast Track
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR

DAY

TIME

LOCATION

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
HDEV
This course is designed to assist students in gaining insight into interests, values, personality, strengths, and the decision-making processes necessary for choosing a college major and planning a career . This course is for those who are choosing, changing, or confirming their educational goals . Topics will include growing career opportunities, job hunting techniques, goal-setting, and tools for success . (Previously EDUC 135, which was previously ED 135) 8984 FT 3 DE LEON, C T 5:00PM- 6:30PM A334
$27 testing fee.

135

College Major/Career Planning

PHYSICAL EDUCATION
PE
Beginning skills and strategy, this class is suitable for anyone with a desire to learn the basics of the game, with emphasis on rules and court procedure . 0872 FT 1 SCHUMACHER, L MTWTh 4:00PM- 5:00PM G001
$11.40 lab fee. Class ends on 10/19/10.

1601

Basketball I [PE]

0874

$11.40 lab fee. Class ends on 10/19/10.

FT

1

HOLDEN, C GARCIA, R

MTWTh MTWTh

3:00PM- 4:00PM 3:00PM- 4:00PM

G001 G001

Students expand their knowledge of the skills of basketball, and additional skills are introduced . Team strategy at a more advanced level is emphasized . Prerequisite: PE 1601 . 0876 FT 1 SCHUMACHER, L MTWTh 4:00PM- 5:00PM G001
$11.40 lab fee. Class ends on 10/19/10.

PE

1611

Basketball II [PE]

0878

$11.40 lab fee. Class ends on 10/19/10.

FT

1

HOLDEN, C GARCIA, R

MTWTh MTWTh

3:00PM- 4:00PM 3:00PM- 4:00PM

G001 G001

PE

Review of advanced basketball skills . Introduction of offensive patterns, defensive sets, and individual style of play . This class also involves usage of fast break and the transition game . Prerequisite: PE 1611 . 0880 FT 1 SCHUMACHER, L MTWTh 4:00PM- 5:00PM G001
$11.40 lab fee. Class ends on 10/19/10.

1621

Basketball III [PE]

0882

$11.40 lab fee. Class ends on 10/19/10.

FT

1

HOLDEN, C GARCIA, ROLA

MTWTh MTWTh

3:00PM- 4:00PM 3:00PM- 4:00PM

G001 G001

PE

Introduces students to basic skills of baseball . Students are given instruction in all phases of the game, with main purpose being to gain an understanding of fundamentals . 0886 FT 1 BEARD, J MTWThFSa 10:00AM- 2:25PM G103G
$11.40 lab fee. Class runs from 09/13/10 to 09/18/10.

1871

Baseball I [PE]

PE

Students expand their knowledge of the skills of baseball taught at the beginning level . Team strategy is taught at a more advanced level . Prerequisites: PE 1871 . 0887 FT 1 BEARD, J MTWThFSa 10:00AM- 2:25PM G103G
$11.40 lab fee. Class runs from 09/13/10 to 09/18/10.

1881

Baseball II [PE]

PE

Advanced level of skills are taught, and theory of baseball strategy is introduced in all phases of the game . Specific drills are used for development of specialized skills . Prerequisites: PE 1881 . 0888 FT 1 BEARD, J MTWThFSa 10:00AM- 2:25PM G103G
$11.40 lab fee. Class runs from 09/13/10 to 09/18/10.

1891

Baseball III [PE]

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Fast Track – 56

Weekend Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR

DAY

TIME

LOCATION

ENGLISH
ENGL
This class is for students needing individualized instruction to improve their proficiency in basic writing skills . After interpreting diagnostic testing in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC), the instructor develops a program for each student . The grade is pass/no credit . Class held in the LOC, where instruction is conducted in a lab format . (Previously ENG 086) 8702 WK 1 LEE, M Sa 9:30AM-11:30AM A221 8703 WK 1 LEE, M Sa 10:30AM-12:30PM A221 8704 WK 1 LEE, M Sa 8:30AM-10:30AM A221 8705 WK 2 LEE, M Sa 8:30AM-12:30PM A221

READING
RDG
This course teaches students how to improve their spelling through the use of spelling rules and in-context exercises . Grading is pass/no credit . Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format . 8733 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-10:30AM A221 8734 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 9:30AM-11:30AM A221 8735 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 10:30AM-12:30PM A221 8736 WK 2 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-12:30PM A221

086

Writing Skills

079

Spelling

RDG

ENGL

A review of basic grammar including sample writing, sentence structure, usage, and mechanics . The grade is pass/no credit . Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format . Prerequisite: COMPASS score of 1-12 . (Previously ENG 091) 8708 WK 1 LEE, M Sa 8:30AM-10:30AM A221 8709 WK 1 LEE, M Sa 9:30AM-11:30AM A221 8710 WK 1 LEE, M Sa 10:30AM-12:30PM A221 8711 WK 2 LEE, M Sa 8:30AM-12:30PM A221

091

Grammar Skills

Students become active learners by developing academic study strategies for college . Topics include needs assessments, campus resources, self (time) management, creating a study system, and test preparation and taking . Grading is pass/ no credit . This is a directed learning course offered by the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) . Instruction includes textbook and web activities . 8739 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-10:30AM A221 8740 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 9:30AM-11:30AM A221 8741 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 10:30AM-12:30PM A221 8742 WK 2 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-12:30PM A221

080

Study Techniques

MATHEMATICS
MATH
Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division . Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format unless otherwise noted . Prerequisite: COMPASS score between 1-19 . (Previously MTH 080) 8714 WK 1 LEE, M Sa 8:30AM-10:30AM A221 8715 WK 1 LEE, M Sa 9:30AM-11:30AM A221 8716 WK 1 LEE, M Sa 10:30AM-12:30PM A221

RDG

080

Whole Numbers

This developmental vocabulary class teaches students how to increase their vocabulary using an in-context approach . Two levels of text are available, based on reading level . Grading is pass/no credit . Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format . 8745 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-10:30AM A221 8746 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 9:30AM-11:30AM A221 8747 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 10:30AM-12:30PM A221 8748 WK 2 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-12:30PM A221

083

Vocabulary Improvement

MATH

Fraction operations and word problems . Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format unless otherwise noted . Prerequisite: COMPASS score between 20-27 . (Previously MTH 081) 8719 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-10:30AM A221 8720 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 9:30AM-11:30AM A221 8721 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 10:30AM-12:30PM A221

081

Fractions

RDG

MATH

Decimals, ratios, proportions, percents, measurements, and graphs . Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format unless otherwise noted . Prerequisite: MATH 081 . (Previously MTH 082) 8724 WK 2 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-12:30PM A221

082

Measures/Decimals/Percentages

Designed for students needing individualized instruction to improve their proficiency in basic reading skills . After interpreting diagnostic testing in the Learning Opportunity Center (LOC), the instructor develops a program for each student . Grading is pass/no credit . Class is held in the LOC where instruction is a lab format . For those students whose schedules do not allow for RDG 091, this class serves as an alternate . Prerequisite: COMPASS score of 45-60 or teacher recommendation . 8751 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-10:30AM A221 8752 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 9:30AM-11:30AM A221 8753 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 10:30AM-12:30PM A221 8754 WK 2 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-12:30PM A221

086

Reading Skills

RDG

MATH

A review of whole numbers, fractions, decimals, percents, power and square roots, measurement and metrics, word problems (fractions, decimals, percentages), and tables and graphs . Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format unless otherwise noted . Prerequisite: COMPASS score between 28-43 . (Previously MTH 083) 8727 WK 2 LEE, M Sa 8:30AM-12:30PM A221

083

Review Basics

This class is designed to increase reading speed and to improve reading comprehension and vocabulary through the use of computer software . Grading is pass/no credit . Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format . 8757 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 9:30AM-11:30AM A221 8758 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 10:30AM-12:30PM A221 8759 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-10:30AM A221 8760 WK 2 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-12:30PM A221

089

Speed Reading

MATH

This introductory course includes signed number operations, algebraic concepts, ratio and proportion, rectangular coordinates, angles, triangles, and area and volume . For students who have never taken algebra or who need a refresher before enrolling in MATH 091 . Prerequisite: MATH 082 with appropriate TABE test score, or MATH 083, or COMPASS 44-50 placement . (Previously MTH 084) 8730 WK 2 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-12:30PM A221

084

Algebra/Geometry

RDG

This class is designed to increase reading speed and to improve reading comprehension and vocabulary through the use of computer software . Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format . 8763 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-10:30AM A221 8764 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 9:30AM-11:30AM A221 8765 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 10:30AM-12:30PM A221 8766 WK 2 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-12:30PM A221

105

Speed Reading

57 – Weekend Classes

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Weekend Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR

DAY

TIME

LOCATION

RDG

Students become active learners by developing academic study strategies for college . Topics include needs assessments, campus resources, self (time) management, creating a study system, and test preparation and taking . This is a directed learning course offered by the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) . Instruction includes textbook and web activities . 8769 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-10:30AM A221
$5.95 LASSI testing fee. $5.95 LASSI testing fee. $5.95 LASSI testing fee. $5.95 LASSI testing fee.

110

Study Techniques

8770 8771 8772

WK WK WK

1 1 2

SUNDBLAD, T SUNDBLAD, T SUNDBLAD, T

Sa Sa Sa

9:30AM-11:30AM 10:30AM-12:30PM 8:30AM-12:30PM

A221 A221 A221

RDG

This class teaches students how to expand their vocabularies with emphasis on Greek and Latin root words . Also included are words often confused and misused, descriptive words, action words, name derivatives, and words from various academic disciplines . Class is held in the Learning Opportunities Center (LOC) where instruction is a lab format . 8775 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-10:30AM A221 8776 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 9:30AM-11:30AM A221 8777 WK 1 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 10:30AM-12:30PM A221 8778 WK 2 SUNDBLAD, T Sa 8:30AM-12:30PM A221

115

Vocabulary Improvement

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

Weekend Classes – 58

Workshop Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR

DAY

TIME

LOCATION

WKSP

Introduction to the academic culture, purpose, expectations, resources, procedures, and policies . Required for all degree and certificate seeking students prior to enrollment in second quarter of classes . There is a fee of $50 . Z100 AA 0 STAFF TWTh 8:00AM-11:20AM A126 Z102 AB 0 STAFF TWTh 8:00AM-11:20AM A329 Z104 AC 0 LIGHTFOOT, D TWTh 8:00AM-11:20AM A330 Z106 AD 0 STAFF TWTh 8:00AM-11:20AM A331 Z108 AE 0 STAFF TWTh 8:00AM-11:20AM A332 Z110 AF 0 STAFF TWTh 8:00AM-11:20AM A333 Z112 AG 0 CLARY, C TWTh 8:00AM-11:20AM S226 Z114 AH 0 STAFF TWTh 8:00AM-11:20AM S235 Z116 AI 0 STAFF TWTh 8:00AM-11:20AM S238 Z118 AJ 0 STAFF TWTh 8:00AM-11:20AM S239 Z120 AK 0 STAFF TWTh 8:00AM-11:20AM S247 Z122 AL 0 STAFF TWTh 8:00AM-11:20AM S338 Z124 AM 0 STAFF TWTh 8:00AM-11:20AM B104 Z126 AN 0 STAFF TWTh 8:00AM-11:20AM B105 Z128 AO 0 STAFF TWTh 8:00AM-11:20AM B106 Z130 AP 0 STAFF TWTh 8:00AM-11:20AM B111 Z132 AQ 0 STAFF TWTh 8:00AM-11:20AM S339 Z134 AR 0 STAFF TWTh 8:00AM-11:20AM B114 Z136 AS 0 STAFF TWTh 8:00AM-11:20AM B113 Z138 AT 0 STAFF TWTh 8:00AM-11:20AM S233 Z140 AU 0 STAFF TWTh 8:00AM-11:20AM S248 Z142 AV 0 STAFF TWTh 8:00AM-11:20AM S249 Z144 AW 0 STAFF TWTh 8:00AM-11:20AM B116 Z146 AX 0 STAFF TWTh 8:00AM-11:20AM S340
This workshop meets prior to the start of fall quarter 2010. This workshop is required for degree and certificate seeking students. Failure to register and take FYI will result in a registration block.

090

First Year Introduction

WKSP

Degree or certificate seeking students may elect to complete the FYI requirement by taking a self-guided workshop . The workshop assesses student’s knowledge of college, general policy, procedures, and resources available to students at CBC . There is a fee of $50 . Z892 DIA 0 CLARY, C ARR ARR Z896 DIC 0 CLARY, C ARR ARR Z898 DIE 0 CLARY, C ARR ARR Z900 DIG 0 CLARY, C ARR ARR
This is an online version of FYI. If you can avoid taking an online version, please do so. Students taking this version are more likely to fail this course. Factors leading to failure: procrastination, procraastination, procrastination.

097

Self Guided First Year Introduction

WKSP

This free weekly workshop allows interested students to be actively involved in the college’s student government program . Students will be given the opportunity to hone their leadership skills through a group dynamic, become a more fiscally responsible leader through budget allocation, and participate in service/ volunteer opportunities on campus and potentially throughout the community . This workshop is designed to complement both the student’s academic experience and personal development at CBC . W100 AA 0 SCHLEGEL, A W 1:00PM- 2:30PM
This workshop has no pre-requisite and does not require prior experience in student government or ASCBC.

092

ASCBC Leadership Council

Z180 Z182 Z184 Z186 Z188 Z190 Z192 Z194 Z210 Z212 Z214 Z216 Z226 Z234 Z236 Z820 Z822 Z824 Z826 Z830 Z870 Z872 Z874 Z876 Z878 Z880 Z882 Z884 Z886

This workshop meets prior to the start of fall quarter 2010. This workshop is required for degree and certificate seeking students. Failure to register and take FYI will result in a registration block.

BA BB BC BD BE BF BG BH BI BJ BK BL BM BN BO

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

TWTh TWTh TWTh TWTh TWTh TWTh TWTh TWTh TWTh TWTh TWTh TWTh TWTh TWTh TWTh TWTh TWTh TWTh TWTh TWTh TWTh TWTh TWTh TWTh TWTh TWTh TWTh TWTh TWTh

12:00PM- 3:30PM 12:00PM- 3:30PM 12:00PM- 3:30PM 12:00PM- 3:30PM 12:00PM- 3:30PM 12:00PM- 3:30PM 12:00PM- 3:30PM 12:00PM- 3:30PM 12:00PM- 3:30PM 12:00PM- 3:30PM 12:00PM- 3:30PM 12:00PM- 3:30PM 12:00PM- 3:30PM 12:00PM- 3:30PM 12:00PM- 3:30PM

S226 S235 S238 S239 S247 S248 S249 B116 B103 B104 B105 B106 B111 B112 B113

This workshop meets prior to the start of fall quarter 2010. This workshop is required for degree and certificate seeking students. Failure to register and take FYI will result in a registration block.

WB WC WD WE WF WG WH WI WJ WK WL WM WN WO

5:30PM- 8:30PM 5:30PM- 8:30PM 5:30PM- 8:30PM 5:30PM- 8:30PM 5:30PM- 8:30PM 5:30PM- 8:30PM 5:30PM- 8:30PM 5:30PM- 8:30PM 5:30PM- 8:30PM 5:30PM- 8:30PM 5:30PM- 8:30PM 5:30PM- 8:30PM 5:30PM- 8:30PM 5:30PM- 8:30PM

B103 B104 B105 B106 B111 S226 S235 S238 S239 S247 S248 S249 B112 B113

59 – Workshop Classes

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

WorkSource Classes
COURSE NUMBER & TITLE
LINE# SEC. CREDITS INSTRUCTOR DAY TIME LOCATION

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All levels of ABE/GED are offered at the WorkSource from 8:00 a .m .- 4:00 p .m . For information about assessment and registration, call (509) 542-5501 .

Classes below are held at WorkSource Columbia Basin 815 N . Kellogg, Suite D, Kennewick (509) 734-7477 1002 Introduction to Microcomputers - Concepts

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This class introduces computer hardware and software concepts . Keyboarding experience is recommended or AOT 101 taken concurrently . 9902 02 1 DYE, S ARR ARR

MATH

080

Whole Numbers

AOT

This class introduces operating systems and/or interface systems . Keyboarding experience is recommended or AOT 101 taken concurrently . 9903 03 1 DYE, S ARR ARR

1003

Introduction to Microcomputers Operating System

MATH

081

Fractions

AOT

This class introduces word processing through hands-on experience . Keyboarding experience is recommended or AOT 101 taken concurrently . 9901 01 1 DYE, S ARR ARR 9904 04 1 DYE, S ARR ARR

1004

Introduction to Microcomputers - Word Processing

MATH

082

Measures/Decimals/Percentages

AOT

This class introduces spreadsheet software through hands-on experience . Keyboarding experience is recommended or AOT 101 taken concurrently . 9905 05 1 DYE, S ARR ARR

1005

Introduction to Microcomputers - Excel

AOT

Basic concepts of Presentation Graphics: creating a new presentation from an outline; use of PowerPoint views; applying layouts and templates; inserting and sizing objects including clip art online; creating custom shows; changing slide masters; viewing the show, printing slides and handouts . 9906 06 1 DYE, S ARR ARR

1006

PowerPoint 2007

MATH

083

Review Basics

AOT

Basic concepts of learning how to become more effective in your communication through understanding of email features and working with messages; how to view and manage your calendar; create/group contacts; schedule appointments, events, and tasks; and use of reminder options . 9907 07 1 DYE, S ARR ARR

1007

Outlook 2007

MATH

084

Algebra/Geometry

AOT

Basic concepts of database management systems: creating a new database; sorting and filtering records, using table wizards; creating forms; working with queries; designing a report . 9908 08 1 DYE, S ARR ARR

1008

Access 2007

RDG

079

Spelling

AOT

Introduces the fundamentals of touch typing of letters, numbers, symbols, and operational keys using a computer . It is recommended that a student take CA 100 in the same quarter as AOT 101 . 9910 10 2 DYE, S ARR ARR
$11.40 lab fee.

101

Keyboarding I

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AOT

Reinforces keyboarding skills . Introduces appropriate formatting of business letters, personal letters, memos, reports, and tables using word processing software . Prerequisites: AOT 101 and CA 100 or advanced placement for comparable skills . 9911 11 2 DYE, S ARR ARR
$11.40 lab fee.

102

Keyboarding II

*Class meets at the Health Science Center in Richland.

WorkSource Classes – 60

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