RTC Class Schedule

Below is a list of the scheduled classes at RTC. You can search for classes by using the filters below. Need help? Contact an entry adviser or your instructor.

Classes and modes of instruction subject to change depending on state orders related to COVID-19.


Classes that are delivered online may or may not have required virtual meeting times (for example, meetings via Zoom).
  • For classes that meet virtually, there are days and times listed to note the meeting times.
  • For classes that do not meet virtually, the days and times are listed as “arranged” (“ARR” or “ARRANGED”).
Your instructor will provide more information about each class. For more information about FLEX, HYBRID, ONLINE, and FACE-TO-FACE modalities, please visit our eLearning page.




 

HVAC 107 - REFRIGERATION FUNDAMENTALS - 6.0 credits

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
K101 ARRANGED

ARR-ARR

E405

Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID STAFF

$10.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $10/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available

 

HVAC 251 - LIGHT COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION SERVICE - 6.0 credits

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
K113 ARRANGED

ARR-ARR

E405

Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID STAFF

$10.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $10/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available

 

ACCOUNTING

ACCT 130 - PAYROLL ACCOUNTING - 5.0 credits

This class covers the collection and recording of payroll data, such as wages, overtime, leave, salary calculations, and payroll taxes such as Social Security (OASDI and HI), Federal Unemployment (FUTA) and State Unemployment (SUTA). PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of ACCT& 201 with a 2.0 or higher.

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
MTWTh

09:00A-10:00A

H210

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX NEWCOME J

$15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 30 Seats Available

 

ACCOUNTING

ACCT 179 - TAXATION I - INDIVIDUALS - 5.0 credits

This is a fundamental course designed to introduce the student to the preparation of federal income tax returns for individuals. Basic tax principles relating to gross income, exemptions, standard and itemized deductions, tax computation, and credits are covered. Income or loss from business and rental activities, and capital gains and losses are also covered. Students will prepare a series income tax returns both manually and using tax preparation software. Students also explore researching tax questions using IRS and other publications.

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
MTWTh

12:00P-01:00P

H210

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX NEWCOME J

$15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 30 Seats Available

 

ACCOUNTING

ACCT&201 - PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I - 5.0 credits

Students develop skills in recording transactions to specific areas of accounting including: accounts receivable, inventories, plant and equipment, asset valuation, notes receivable and notes payable. Emphasis is on preparing general journal entries in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP).

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
B323 ARRANGED

ARR-ARR

ONLINE

Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE NEWCOME J

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 30 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

ACCOUNTING

ACCT&202 - PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II - 5.0 credits

This course incorporates the basics covered in ACCT& 201 and relates them to more complex accounting functions. Topics include forms of business (proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations), internal control, debt and equity, bonds, inventories, intangible assets, depreciation, statement analysis, and cash flow. This course concentrates on theory and assumes the student has some background in accounting. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of ACCT& 201 with a 2.0 or higher, or placement into ACCT& 202.

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
B327 MTWTh

10:30A-11:30A

H210

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX NEWCOME J

$15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 30 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

AERO & IND PROD TECH

IPT 102 - LEAN MANUFACTURING - 3.0 credits

In this course, students learn manufacturing resource planning (MRP) concepts and how to apply those principles in diverse industrial environments. Students learn how their future positions impact production flow, and gain basic planning and troubleshooting skills to solve problems and contribute to a high efficiency environment. Students will apply MRP concepts in increasingly complex scenarios throughout the remainder of the program.

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
ARRANGED

ARR-ARR

ONLINE

Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE PHILLIPS V

; $12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available

 

AERO & IND PROD TECH

IPT 105 - INTRODUCTION TO FABRICATION - 5.0 credits

This is a manufacturing lab class covering drilling, riveting, counter-sinking fasteners, non-powered metal bending operations, powered metal cutting, hand forming, portable dimpling process, micro-shaving, nut plates, and blind fastener and latch installation. Students learn how to use measurement hand tools, non-powered cutting tools, and manual cutting machines in developing flat pattern layouts. The student will identify why and when the task must be done and why each step is required based on normal operating standards. The student learns the principles of folds, angles or channels required in the fabrication and metal forming process. The student will be able to identify why and when the task must be accomplished through reading engineering drawings, understanding general dimensions & tolerances, predicting, isolating, and resolving problems about the task.

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
ARRANGED

ARR-ARR

ONLINE

Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE PHILLIPS V

; $12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available

 

AERO & IND PROD TECH

IPT 220 - PRECISION FABRICATION - 3.0 credits

This is a hands-on lab where students will utilize their training in production drawings to manufacture fixtures & jigs within engineering drawing specifications, using dye & scribe techniques and metrology to layout patterns, as well as air tools for precision drilling and adding specified features. With necessary attention to detail, students will make micro-adjustments with abrasive materials and shape with hand tools while using metrology devices to ensure quality during the process. Students will keep in mind fit, form & function in the production setting, for any assembler to use without hesitation or delay on the production floor.

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
MTWTh

09:30A-11:00A

A26

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE PHILLIPS V

$10.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $10/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available

 

AERO & IND PROD TECH

IPT 221 - INTRODUCTION TO MEASUREMENT - 3.0 credits

Students learn device calibration practices, traceability of measurements, and gaging techniques for calibration, with a focus on software use in tooling. Students learn the importance of proper training and discuss various types of contact & non-contact measuring equipment and its importance in metrology. Discussion of the conversion of physical measurements to virtual and digital dimensions generated by various programs and their potential uses in metrology. Students will learn basic camera operations, techniques, photo measurement integration and the importance of adaptive lighting, as well as discuss the importance of tracking features, surface texture, and target & scale bar placement for 3-dimensional enhancement.

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
ARRANGED

ARR-ARR

ONLINE

Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE PHILLIPS V

; $12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available

 

AERO & IND PROD TECH

IPT 222 - ADVANCED MEASUREMENT - 2.0 credits

Along with a brief overview of nanometrology research worldwide and sub-atomic measurements metrology, students discuss measurement integration of systems into systems or the use of adaptive manufacturing & mechatronics. Students will perform practical operations of a laser measuring device and provide analysis of a provided structure. Students will use 3D camera & software to perform practical operations and provide detailed analysis of a provided structure. Students will tour industry lab environments to understand how precision measuring is applied in actual business contexts. Students will also discuss potential improvements such as artificial intelligence, robots, sensor imbedded parts and interlinking of facilities and equipment digitally. Learning that laser scanners and other devices are used to display virtual landscapes to provide a preview of possible production floor layouts. Imbedding lean processes thinking provides students with knowledge to project ideas and to see cost savings, efficiency, and time saving implementation. Students are introduced to additive technologies, including 3-D modeling software, to build objects made of metals and plastics.

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
MW

11:30A-12:20P

A25

Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID PHILLIPS V

$10.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $10/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available

 

ANESTHESIA TECH

ANES 100 - HEALTHCARE PROVIDER FIRST AID/CPR, AED AND BLOOD - 2.0 credits

This course covers one- and two-person, adult, child and infant CPR. Students practice caring for a person with foreign body airway obstruction (FBAO), personal barrier techniques, and use of Automated External Defibrillator (AED). The course teaches to effectively recognize and treat in critical minutes until Emergency Medical Services (EMS) arrive. Topics include: general first aid principles, medical, injury, and environmental emergencies, and blood borne pathogens. This course is approved by OSHA, WISHA (Labor and Industries) for healthcare providers. An AHA card will be issued upon the successful completion of a written exam and skills evaluation. In addition, the mandatory seven hours of HIV/AIDS education for healthcare providers is included.

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
ARRANGED

ARR-ARR

B202

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE ABBOTT G

$20.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $20/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

ANESTHESIA TECH

ANES 101 - INTRODUCTION TO ANESTHESIA TECHNOLOGY - 3.0 credits

This course offers an opportunity to learn about basic anesthesia competencies and the role of the anesthesia care team, as well as the scope of practice and duties of the anesthesia technologist. These include but are not limited to: basic airway management; anesthesia machine daily checkout and troubleshooting; basic anesthesia equipment set up, maintenance, and trouble shooting. The course also includes patient care skills including positioning and dialogue IV set up and placement, basic physiological monitoring, assisting the anesthesiologist, anatomy and physiology as it applies to anesthesia, the OR environment including appropriate wear, personal protective equipment, and interpersonal skills. The course also focuses on policies and procedures associated with anesthesia technologist work practice. Different types of anesthesia-regional, local, general, and MAC-and diagnosis and minor maintenance of anesthesia equipment are covered.

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
ARRANGED

ARR-ARR

ONLINE

Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE ABBOTT G

$20.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $20/CR ; $14.62 Per Year -MED MAL & GEN LIAB INS Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

ANESTHESIA TECH

ANES 108 - MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY - 3.0 credits

This course offers an opportunity to learn and apply basic and advanced medical terminology with particular relevance to the Operating Room. The course introduces the learner to the structure of medical language, word building skills and deconstructive analysis of medical terms. The course describes the body systems including relevant procedure tests and diagnostic terms in medical language. Students are asked to develop rationale and to use medical terminology routinely in the classroom. The course reinforces commonly used acronyms and abbreviations that will be part of the daily language within their profession.

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
ARRANGED

ARR-ARR

ONLINE

Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE ABBOTT G

; $12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

ANESTHESIA TECH

ANES 125 - ANESTHESIA TECHNOLOGY LAB IV - 3.0 credits

This course offers an opportunity to build on competencies learned during Anesthesia Lab III and practice advanced anesthesia competencies including but not limited to: blood management, cell salvage, balloon pump management and care, advanced rapid response to airway management crisis, care and use of emergency airway management devices, and hemodynamic monitoring equipment set up, maintenance and troubleshooting.

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
MTW

08:00A-10:00A

B204

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE ABBOTT G

$20.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $20/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

ANESTHESIA TECH

ANES 130 - ADV CARDIAC LIFE SUPPORT/PEDIATRIC CARDIAC LIFE - 3.0 credits

In the ACLS course, the learners enhance their skills in treating adult victims of cardiac arrest or other cardiopulmonary emergencies, while earning their American Heart Association ACLS (AHA ACLS) for Healthcare Providers Course Completion Card. The Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS) Provider course enables allied healthcare students to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to better recognize and treat critically ill infants and children. The course is scenario-based, and a team approach is used to teach emergency management of pediatric patients approaching, or already in, respiratory or cardiac arrest. The learner will engage in simulation and scenario training incorporating treatment, stabilization, and/or the transport phases of a pediatric emergency, particularly in the perioperative environment.

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
ARRANGED

ARR-ARR

B204

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE ABBOTT G

$20.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $20/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

ANESTHESIA TECH

ANES 135 - ANESTHESIA TECHNOLOGY LAB V - 3.0 credits

This course offers an opportunity to build on competencies learned during Anesthesia Lab IV and practice advanced anesthesia competencies including but not limited to: blood management, cell salvage, balloon pump management and care, advanced rapid response to airway management crisis, care and use of emergency airway management devices, and hemodynamic monitoring equipment set up, maintenance and troubleshooting.

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
MTW

10:00A-12:00P

B204

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE ABBOTT G

$20.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $20/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

ANTHROPOLOGY

ANTH&106 - AMERICAN MOSAIC - 5.0 credits

This course will explore contemporary American life through various cultural phenomena. Students learn core anthropological theories to make sense of race, gender, class and the other, and they explore historical processes from which these cultural notions have emerged and evolved. General education distribution area: Social Science.

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
G140 M

12:30P-02:30P

H202

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX MOHIBULLAH H

$15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

ANTHROPOLOGY

ANTH&234 - RELIGION AND CULTURE - 5.0 credits

This course is an anthropological exploration of religion. Using a combination of classical and contemporary works, students explore how religion is understood and lived by different people, how it shapes culture and cultural perceptions, and how it manifests in various political and cultural expression, including in popular culture. Additionally, the class examines how religions are informed by historical and cultural change, and how they position different groups of people in relation to their respective sociopolitical worlds, with themes such as religion as a cultural system; ritual and symbols, gender, sexuality and religion; religion and media' secularism; and religion in a post-9/11 United States. General education distribution area: Social Science.

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
G128 ARRANGED

ARR-ARR

ONLINE

Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE MOHIBULLAH H

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

ANTHROPOLOGY

ANTH&235 - CROSS-CULTURAL MEDICINE - 5.0 credits

In this course on medical anthropology, students study the concepts of disease, illness, health, treatment, and healing in global cultures. Topics may include ethnomedicine, aging, socioeconomic factors, epidemiology, and spirituality, with an emphasis on culturally competent care. General education distribution area: Social Science.

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
N406 ARRANGED

ARR-ARR

ONLINE

Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE MOHIBULLAH H

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available

 

APPLIED MATHEMATICS

AMATH175 - FINANCIAL MATH - 5.0 credits

This course applies mathematics to personal finance. Concepts include linear and piecewise linear functions; quadratic, exponential, and logarithmic relationships; graphing; distributions; measures for center; and spread of distributions. Financial concepts include income, taxes, discounts, simple and compound interest, buying on credit, depreciation, expenses, budgeting, annuities, stocks and bonds, and planning for retirement.

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
G305 W

08:00A-09:50A

H301

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX STAFF

$15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)
G431 W

01:00P-02:50P

H301

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX STAFF

$15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)
G504 MW

06:30P-08:30P

H301

Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID STAFF

$15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)
N444 ARRANGED

ARR-ARR

ONLINE

Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE COOKSEY M

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

APPLIED MATHEMATICS

AMATH190 - FINANCIAL ALGEBRA - 5.0 credits

This course applies intermediate algebra to personal finance. Mathematical concepts will include linear, quadratic, exponential, logarithmic, and piecewise defined functions; graphing; distributions; measures for center; and spread of distributions. Financial concepts include income, taxes, discounts, simple and compound interest, buying on credit, depreciation, expenses, budgeting, annuities, stocks and bonds, and planning for retirement. This technical math class does not transfer tofour-year colleges or universities but may be used for placement.

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
G306 W

08:00A-09:50A

H301

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX STAFF

$15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)
G432 ARRANGED

ARR-ARR

ONLINE

Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE STAFF

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)
G434 W

01:00P-02:50P

H301

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX STAFF

$15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)
G513 MW

06:30P-08:30P

H301

Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID STAFF

$15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)
N446 Th

03:00P-04:50P

H303

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX STAFF

$15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

APPLIED MATHEMATICS

AMATH193 - BRIDGE TO PRECALCULUS - 3.0 credits

This course covers intermediate algebra topics necessary for success in precalculus and beyond. Students study polynomials and functions (quadratic, rational, exponential, and logarithmic). PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of AMATH 190 with a 2.0 or higher, or placement by assessment.

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
G313 T

01:00P-03:30P

H301

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX STAFF

$15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

APPLIED MATHEMATICS

AMATH195 - ADVANCED APPLIED ALGEBRA - 5.0 credits

This course covers the following topics and their applications to business and industry: rational expressions; solving rational equations; rational formulas and variation; rational exponents and radicals; complex numbers and operation with complex numbers; quadratic equations; completing the square and quadratic formula; functions and their graphs; domain and range of functions; inverse functions; exponential and logarithmic functions; properties of logarithms; solving exponential and logarithmic equations; solving applied problems related to business and industry. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of MATH 085 or AMATH 185 with a 2.0 or higher, or placement by assessment.

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
G311 T

01:00P-03:30P

H301

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX STAFF

$15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

ART

ART& 100 - ART APRECIATION - 5.0 credits

This course helps students analyze and appreciate art from diverse world cultures. Topics may include technique, design, terminology, style, and theme applied to a variety of art forms. General education distribution area: Humanities.

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
G150 ARRANGED

ARR-ARR

ONLINE

Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE STAFF

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

AUTO/FORD ASSET

FAS 217 - AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS - 8.0 credits

This course prepares students for Ford Motor Company Service Technician Specialty Training certification in specialty 37, Automatic Transmission Repair. Students learn automatic transmission theory, application, diagnosis, repair and overhaul based on Ford/NATEF competencies through web-based, classroom, and lab instruction. Students prepare for ASE certification in Automatic Transmission & Transaxle (A2).

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
DAILY

07:00A-01:30P

K120

Jan 4 - Jan 28 HYBRID THOMPSON B

$15.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $15/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

AUTO/FORD ASSET

FAS 295 - COOPERATIVE TRAINING IV - 7.0 credits

Students work in the dealership developing competencies in manual transmission and drivetrain and automatic transmissions.

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
DAILY

ARR-ARR

OFFSITE

Feb 1 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE THOMPSON B

$15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

AUTOBODY REPAIR

ABDY 112 - WELDING FOR AUTOBODY REPAIR - 6.0 credits

Following instruction in the safe use of oxy-acetylene MIG and TIG welders, students are taught to weld to industry standards. Training prepares students for certification in I-CAR Welding Qualification WCS03, WCA03.

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
DAILY

07:00A-12:30P

K105

Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID ERVIN S

$15.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $15/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available

 

AUTOBODY REPAIR

ABDY 114 - AUTOBODY CONSTRUCTION I - 9.0 credits

Students learn how unibody cars are assembled and how parts work together to form a strong unit. Students working in teams disassemble and re-assemble automobile components. Basic panel adjustment and alignment are explained and practiced. Other subjects include discussions of steel unibodies, front and rear rails, floors and front structure, A-B-C-D pillars and rocker panels. Training prepares students for certification in I-CAR Non-Structural Technician, ProLevel I.

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
DAILY

07:00A-12:30P

K105

Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID ERVIN S

$15.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $15/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available

 

AUTOBODY REPAIR

ABDY 250 - COLLISION RELATED MECHANICAL REPAIRS - 3.0 credits

Using a combination of classroom theory and shop practice, students examine the effects of collision forces and study the resulting damage to the following mechanical systems: suspension, air-conditioning, heating, braking, and active and passive restraints.

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
DAILY

07:00A-12:30P

K105

Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID ERVIN S

$15.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $15/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available

 

AUTOBODY REPAIR

ABDY 280 - HUMAN RELATIONS & SHOP SAFETY F/AUTOBODY REPAIR - 1.0 credits

Following a review of the safety practices to be adhered to in the auto body repair industry, students learn how to get along with others in the workplace and are encouraged to be a professional. Students also work with customers and fill out necessary job related paperwork.

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
DAILY

07:00A-12:30P

K105

Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID ERVIN S

$15.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $15/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available

 

AUTOMOTIVE TECH

AUTC 101 - SAFETY/ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES - 2.0 credits

Students learn proper safety procedures in an automotive shop environment to protect themselves, their co-workers, their customers and the environment through web-based, classroom, and hands-on lab instruction. Students are introduced to information literacy and the proper use of library resources and the Internet. Topics include: personal safety, proper use of shop equipment and tools, identification, handling, storage and disposal of hazardous automotive waste, worker Right to Know hazard communication, and the use and procurement of Material Safety Data Sheets.

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
TW

ARRANGED

07:00A-01:30P

ARR ARR

K111

ONLINE

Jan 4 - Jan 11 HYBRID STAFF

$15.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $15/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available
TW

05:30P-08:30P

K111

Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID STAFF

$15.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $15/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

AUTOMOTIVE TECH

AUTC 112 - MAINTENANCE AND LIGHT REPAIR - 7.0 credits

Students learn fundamental automotive shop operations and repair based on NATEF competencies through web-based, classroom, and hands-on lab instruction. Topics include: vehicle identification, the use of service information (publications, electronic media, and web-based), care of customer vehicles, handling repair orders, procuring parts, proper use of hand tools, measuring devices, and fastener applications. Students learn basic automotive service (oil change, transmission and cooling system service) diagnostic procedures, and basic mechanical adjustments. Concurrent enrollment in AUTC 101 or Articulated MLR program.

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
TW

05:30P-08:30P

K111

Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID STAFF

$15.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $15/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available
TW

ARRANGED

07:00A-01:30P

ARR ARR

K111

ONLINE

Jan 12 - Feb 15 HYBRID STAFF

$15.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $15/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

AUTOMOTIVE TECH

AUTC 117 - ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS - 7.0 credits

Students learn electrical/electronic theory, application, diagnosis and repair based on NATEF competencies through web-based, classroom, and hands-on lab instruction. Topics include: batteries, starting systems, charging systems, lighting systems, accessories (gauges, warning devices, driver information systems, horns, and wipers), schematic diagrams, and the use of testing equipment. Concurrent enrollment in AUTC 101 and AUTC 112.

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
TW

ARRANGED

07:00A-01:30P

ARR ARR

K111

ONLINE

Feb 16 - Mar 23 HYBRID STAFF

$15.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $15/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

AUTOMOTIVE TECH

AUTC 118 - BRAKES - 7.0 credits

Students learn brake and anti-lock system theory, application, diagnosis and repair based on NATEF competencies through web-based, classroom, and hands-on lab instruction in a live work environment. Topics include: hydraulic systems, drum brakes, disc brakes, power assist, wheel bearings, parking brakes, electrical systems, anti-lock brakes and traction control systems. Students prepare for ASE Certification test A-5. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of AUTC 101, AUTC 112, AUTC 117 with a 1.0 or higher.

Item# Days Time Location Date Delivery Instructor Fees Status Note
MTWTh

07:00A-01:30P

K133

Feb 14 - Mar 23 HYBRID HOAGLIN R

$15.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $15/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

AUTOMOTIVE TECH

AUTC 132 - STEERING AND SUSPENSION - 7.0 credits

Students learn steering and suspension system theory, application, diagnosis and repair based on NATEF competencies through web-based, classroom and hands-on lab instruction in a live work environment. Topics include: steering systems, suspension systems, wheel alignment, wheels, and tires. Students prepare for ASE Certification test A-4. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of AUTC 101, AUTC 112, AUTC 117 with a 1.0 or higher.

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K133

Jan 4 - Feb 11 HYBRID HOAGLIN R

$15.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $15/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

AUTOMOTIVE TECH

AUTC 160 - AUTOMOTIVE MATHEMATICS - 1.0 credits

Students learn to identify and solve common automotive related mathematics problems including: weights & measures, measurement systems, fraction to decimal conversions, ratios, proportions, English/metric conversions, brake and transmission hydraulics, steering geometry, and mechanical, electrical, pressure and vacuum measurements.

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10:00A-11:00A

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE HOAGLIN R

; $12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

AUTOMOTIVE TECH

AUTC 171 - WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS - 1.0 credits

Students learn the writing skills necessary in an automotive service environment including: describing repairs, repair procedures and repair suggestions on a repair order, developing a written repair estimate, requesting parts, timekeeping, the use of electronic data systems, completing job applications, and preparing a resume.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE STAFF

; $12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

AUTOMOTIVE TECH

AUTC 180 - HUMAN RELATIONS/CUSTOMER RELATIONS - 1.0 credits

Students learn to interview customers, determine needed automotive repairs, and prepare a complete repair order with clear terms and descriptions of needed repairs/services. Conflict resolution, employer/employee relationships, sexual harassment, and other workplace issues are covered.

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09:00A-10:00A

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE HOAGLIN R

; $12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

AUTOMOTIVE TECH

AUTC 204 - AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION/TRANSAXLE REPAIR - 6.0 credits

Students learn automatic transmission/transaxle system theory, application, diagnosis and repair based on NATEF competencies through web-based, classroom and hands-on lab instruction in a live work environment. Topics include: maintenance and adjustment, in-vehicle repairs, and off-vehicle repairs. Students prepare for ASE Certification test A-2. Together with this course, the students will learn the skills to effectively handle interactions with customers and co-workers within a shop environment. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of AUTC 101, AUTC 112, AUTC 117 with a 1.0 or higher.

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09:00A 11:00A

K134

ONLINE

Jan 4 - Feb 4 HYBRID URYASH D

$15.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $15/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

AUTOMOTIVE TECH

AUTC 216 - ENGINE PERFORMANCE AND EMISSIONS - 10.0 credits

Students learn engine performance theory, application, and diagnosis of ignition, fuel, emissions and on-board diagnostic computer systems based on NATEF competencies through web-based, classroom and hands-on lab instruction in a live work environment. Topics include: engine diagnosis, computerized engine controls, ignition systems, fuel systems, air induction and exhaust systems, emissions controls and related systems. Included in this course are the communications competencies for writing repair reports and presenting pricing and repair options. Students prepare for ASE Certification test A-8. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of AUTC 101, AUTC 112, AUTC 117 with a 1.0 or higher.

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07:00A-01:30P

09:00A 11:00A

K134

ONLINE

Feb 7 - Mar 23 HYBRID URYASH D

$15.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $15/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

AUTOMOTIVE TECH

AUTC 228 - ENGINE REPAIR AND SHOP COMPUTATIONS - 8.0 credits

Students learn engine theory, operation, application, diagnosis, disassembly, inspection, component measurement and reassembly based on NATEF competencies through web-based, classroom and hands-on lab instruction in a live work environment. Topics include: engine removal and reinstallation, cylinder head diagnosis and repair, engine block diagnosis and repair, lubrication systems, cooling systems, and timing components. The students also learn to perform computations related to engine displacement, horse power, torque, firing angle, and cam geometry. Students prepare for ASE Certification test A-1. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of AUTC 101, AUTC 112, AUTC 117 with a 1.0 or higher.

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08:00A 10:00A

K141

ONLINE

Jan 4 - Feb 11 HYBRID FOBES M

$15.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $15/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

AUTOMOTIVE TECH

AUTC 233 - MANUAL DRIVE TRAIN AND AXLES - 8.0 credits

Students learn manual transmission and drive train system theory, application, diagnosis and repair based on NATEF competencies through web-based, classroom and hands-on lab instruction in a live work environment. Topics include: clutches, manual transmission/transaxles, drive shafts, constant velocity joints, differentials, and four wheel/all-wheel drive systems. Students prepare for ASE Certification test A-3. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of AUTC 101, AUTC 112, AUTC 117 with a 1.0 or higher.

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07:00A-01:30P

08:00A 10:00A

K141

ONLINE

Feb 14 - Mar 23 HYBRID FOBES M

$15.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $15/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

AVIATION

AVIA 101 - AVIATION GROUND SCHOOL - PRIVATE PILOT - 5.0 credits

This 60 hour aviation pilot ground course offers guidance and training to help pass the required FAA written knowledge test, the first step required toward achieving a FAA Pilot License. Also a great course for those just interested in learning more about aviation as it relates associated flight operations. 1/2 hour of Motion Simulator time is also included! (Subject to CFI availability). In addition, it provides an excellent in depth review for returning pilots. Some elements covered are generic piston aircraft systems, aerodynamics, weather, navigation, airport & airspace operations, communications and Federal Air Regulations. Upon successful completion of the course a certificate will be provided allowing the student to take the actual FAA multiple choice written test. Includes all books and other items such a plotter and mechanical flight computer. Off campus site classroom is located at Renton Municipal Airport, allowing direct access to aircraft, associated support items and airport operations when needed.

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10:00A-01:00P

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Jan 4 - Mar 10 ONLINE STAFF

$599.00 Per Course -STU FUND-TECH Open 0 Enrolled / 15 Seats Available
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05:00P-08:00P

ONLINE

Jan 4 - Mar 10 ONLINE STAFF

$599.00 Per Course -STU FUND-TECH Open 0 Enrolled / 15 Seats Available

 

AVIATION

AVIA 102 - AVIATION GROUND SCHOOL - INSTRUMENT RATING - 5.0 credits

This 54-hour course is designed for people with private pilot licenses who wish to pursue an instrument rating. It prepares students to pass the FAA Instrument Rating-Airplane knowledge test. Topics include the principles of instrument flight, including the operation, use, and limitations of flight instruments and instrument navigation systems. Students learn how the air traffic control system functions and become familiar with the Federal Air Regulations applicable to instrument flight operations. Students learn how to use the charts and procedures applicable to all phases of instrument flight. Emphasis is placed on advanced human factors concepts directly related to instrument flight. The course also emphasizes weather factors and hazards, and the associated resources available. Upon successful completion of the course, students receive an instructor's endorsement, which is required in order to take the official FAA knowledge test. The fee includes an excellent Jeppesen textbook, the complete FAA test question bank with a preparation kit, and a copy of the Federal Air Regulations and Aeronautical Information Manual book. (It does not cover the fee for taking the actual FAA test at an approved FAA Testing Center.) Off site classroom is located at the Renton Municipal Airport.

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05:00P-07:30P

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Jan 5 - Mar 23 ONLINE STAFF

$599.00 Per Course -STU FUND-TECH Open 0 Enrolled / 15 Seats Available

 

BAND INSTR REPAIR

BIR 115 - DENT REMOVAL TECHNIQUES - 2.0 credits

Students learn proper techniques of dent removal on brass and nickel band instruments. Instruction is provided in the use of dent hammers, dent balls and barrels, mandrels, burnishers, and other tools of the industry. Additional instruction is provided in the use of the Ferree's Dent Machine and the MDRS.

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12:45P-01:45P

J222

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE GANSKA J

$20.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $20/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

BAND INSTR REPAIR

BIR 122 - THE PERCUSSION INSTRUMENTS - 1.0 credits

Students learn preventive and basic maintenance of percussion instruments including: snare and field drum, bass drum, timpani, mallet percussion, and cymbals.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE GANSKA J

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

BAND INSTR REPAIR

BIR 124 - CLARINET FAMILY REPAIR TECHNIQUES - 6.0 credits

This course introduces students to specific repair techniques of members of the clarinet family, focusing on padding, regulation and body repair techniques. Students learn specific aspects of repair related to instruments of the clarinet family. It also gives them the opportunity to fabricate specialized tools and learn to repair clarinet instrument cases and latches. Students learn the history and development of the clarinet.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE GANSKA J

$20.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $20/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

BAND INSTR REPAIR

BIR 126 - FLUTE FAMILY REPAIR TECHNIQUES - 6.0 credits

This course introduces students to specific repair techniques of members of the flute family, focusing on padding, regulation and body repair techniques. Students learn specific aspects of repair related to instruments of the flute family. It also gives them the opportunity to fabricate specialized tools and learn to repair flute instrument cases and latches. Students learn the history and development of the flute.

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10:00A-11:00A

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J222

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE GANSKA J

$20.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $20/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

BAND INSTR REPAIR

BIR 134 - WOODWIND PERFORMANCE AND TESTING TECHNIQUES - 1.0 credits

This course introduces students to basic playing and testing techniques on flute, clarinet, and saxophone through individual and group lessons. The emphasis of this course is proper tone production, hand position, and the development of alternate fingerings culminating in the performance of a two-octave chromatic scale on each instrument. Additionally, students learn play-testing patterns specific to each instrument.

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12:45P-01:45P

J222

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE GANSKA J

$20.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $20/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

BAND INSTR REPAIR

BIR 135 - PISTON VALVE INSTRUMENT REPAIR TECHNIQUES - 2.0 credits

This course introduces students to general brasswind repair, focusing on playing condition and overhaul techniques of small and large piston valve instruments. Students learn specific aspects of repair related to trumpets, cornets, baritones, euphoniums, tubas and sousaphones as well as special dent removal and soldering techniques. It also gives them the opportunity to fabricate specialized brasswind tools and learn to repair brass instrument cases and latches. Students learn the history and development of the piston valve and advancements made in valve design and fitting. COREQUISITE(S): BIR 115 and BIR 137.

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09:00A-10:00A

J222

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE GANSKA J

$20.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $20/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

BAND INSTR REPAIR

BIR 137 - ROTARY VALVE INSTRUMENT REPAIR TECHNIQUES - 2.0 credits

This course introduces students to advanced brasswind repair, focusing on playing condition and overhaul techniques of rotary valve instruments. Students learn specific aspects of repair related to rotary values including rotary valve fitting and repair techniques. It also gives them the opportunity to fabricate specialized rotary valve repair tools. Students learn the history and development of the rotary valve and advancements made in valve design and fitting. COREQUISITE(S): BIR 135 and BIR 144.

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11:45A-12:45P

J222

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE GANSKA J

$20.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $20/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

BAND INSTR REPAIR

BIR 144 - BRASSWIND PERFORMANCE AND TESTING TECHNIQUES - 1.0 credits

This course introduces students to basic playing and testing techniques on trumpet, trombone, and tuba through individual and group lessons. The emphasis of this course is proper tone production, hand position, and the development of a one-octave chromatic scale on each instrument. Additionally, students learn play-testing patterns specific to each instrument.

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12:45P-01:45P

J222

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE GANSKA J

$20.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $20/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

BIOLOGY

BIOL 105 - INTRODUCTION TO ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY - 5.0 credits

This course provides students with an introduction to the basic concepts of anatomy and physiology. It includes organization, classification and control of anatomical structures and an introduction to the major body systems. The course covers some medical terminology and introduces some concepts from chemistry and biochemistry. This course is intended for non-science majors or entry-level allied health majors. General education distribution area: Natural Science, with lab.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE STAFF

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BIOLOGY

BIOL&100 - SURVEY OF BIOLOGY - 5.0 credits

This laboratory science class introduces students to important concepts in biology and how they apply to problems relevant to humans and society. Students will explore core concepts including cells, genetics, and evolution and will apply the process of science through experimentation. Not intended for pre-nursing students. General education distribution area: Natural Science, with lab.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE STAFF

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BIOLOGY

BIOL&160 - GENERAL BIOLOGY - 5.0 credits

Students explore the basic biological principles that describe and explain the nature of life. Topics include cell biology, molecular biology (including basic biochemistry and DNA structure and function), metabolism, and genetics. Students practice skills in both the classroom and laboratory through formats such as group exercises, laboratory activities, quizzes and exams. General education distribution area: Natural Science, with lab.

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F101

Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID STAFF

$25.00 Per Course -SCIENCE LAB FEE ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available Required in person labs occur on 1/12, 1/26, 2/9 , 2/23 & 3/9. OER (no textbook to purchase)
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01:00P-02:50P

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H108

F101

Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID REDD S

$25.00 Per Course -SCIENCE LAB FEE ; $12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)
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10:00A-11:50A

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F101

Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID REDD S

$25.00 Per Course -SCIENCE LAB FEE ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

BIOLOGY

BIOL&241 - HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I - 5.0 credits

This is the first of two classes designed for students who want to enter professional health care programs. It is a study of gross anatomy and functioning of the human body. Covers body organization, cellular structure and function, fundamentals of chemistry and the physiology, structure and function of all the body systems. Lab includes microscopic tissue studies, dissection, work with ADAM software, and physiology projects related to the system studied. General education distribution area: Natural Science, with lab. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of BIOL& 160, General Biology, with a 2.0 or higher.

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F101

Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID STAFF

$25.00 Per Course -SCIENCE LAB FEE ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available
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F101

Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID STOVER C

$25.00 Per Course -SCIENCE LAB FEE ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available Required in person labs occur on 1/22, 2/12 & 3/5.
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F101

Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID STOVER C

$25.00 Per Course -SCIENCE LAB FEE ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available Required in person labs occur on 1/22, 2/12 & 3/5.

 

BIOLOGY

BIOL&242 - HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II - 5.0 credits

This is the second of two classes designed for students who want to enter professional health care programs. It is a study of gross anatomy and functioning of the human body. Covers body organization, cellular structure and function, fundamentals of chemistry and the physiology, structure and function of all the body systems. Lab includes microscopic tissue studies, dissection, work with ADAM software, and physiology projects related to the system studied. General education distribution area: Natural Science, with lab. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of BIOL& 241, Anatomy & Physiology I, with a 2.0 or higher.

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F101

Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID STOVER C

$25.00 Per Course -SCIENCE LAB FEE ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available Required in person labs occur on 1/29, 2/19 & 3/12.
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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE STAFF

; $12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

BIOLOGY

BIOL&260 - MICROBIOLOGY - 5.0 credits

Microbiology is a comprehensive course introducing classification, structure, and function of microbes. Focus includes disease-causing bacteria, viruses, protozoa, and fungi. The role of these microorganisms in nature, environmental impact, and health applications are covered. Laboratory is an integral component, which includes training on microscope, slide prep, aseptic technique transfer/inoculation of bacteria, and use of various media to select, isolate, and characterize organisms. General education distribution area: Natural Science, with lab. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of BIOL& 160, General Biology, with a 2.0 or higher.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID REDD S

$25.00 Per Course -SCIENCE LAB FEE ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)
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Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID STAFF

$25.00 Per Course -SCIENCE LAB FEE ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available Required in person labs occur on 1/29, 2/19 & 3/12. OER (no textbook to purchase).

 

BOILER OPERATOR

BLRS 110 - BOILER OPERATOR LICENSING CLASS 3 & 4 - 8.0 credits

Students review boiler and pressure vessel construction and operation of steam and hot water heating plants and systems, including moderate size high-pressure boilers. This class is the first step in preparing individuals for a third or fourth grade license examination with the City of Seattle and the Tacoma Steam Advisory Certification Board. To qualify for license examination, eighty hours of observation time is also required. The eighty hours can be either observation on a job site or completion of BLRS 111, Boiler Operator Lab. For up-to-the-minute license exam information and changes, contact the City of Seattle or the City of Tacoma. Textbook required.

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08:00A-04:30P

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Jan 8 - Mar 12 ONLINE DUONG L

$999.00 Per Course -STU FUND-T&I Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

BUSINESS

BUS 130 - SMALL BUSINESS MARKETING - 5.0 credits

Students learn the fundamentals of marketing, from feasibility studies to creating a marketing plan. Coursework focuses on differences between marketing for products and services, maintaining customer relationships, and principles of selling.

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06:30P-08:30P

H210

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX MCKINNON S

$15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

BUSINESS

BUS 230 - PRINCIPLES OF OPERATION MANAGEMENT - 5.0 credits

The achievement of organizational objectives through people and other resources is the main emphasis of this course. Using a focus on quality tools along with human and technical resources combined in a way to achieve the organization's goals will be thoroughly explored.

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06:30P-08:30P

H210

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX MCKINNON S

$15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

BUSINESS

BUS& 101 - INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS - 5.0 credits

Students learn the foundations of the contemporary world of business. The free enterprise system, types of business ownership, marketing, financing, TQM and ethics and social responsibilities of business are some of the topics covered in this course.

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06:30P-08:30P

H210

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX MCKINNON S

$15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

BUSINESS

BUS& 201 - BUSINESS LAW - 5.0 credits

This course provides an introduction to the fundamental principles of law and the American legal system including its social, political, and philosophical roots. It examines the origin, evolution, and concepts of the law and judicial system, including torts, contracts, agency, Uniform Commercial Code, Constitutional law, forms of business organizations, consumer protection and governmental regulation of business. The emphasis is on gaining a practical understanding of these topics.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE ELLIS J

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

CENTRAL SERVICE TECH

CST 100 - CENTRAL SERVICE TECHNICIAN FUNDAMENTALS - 8.0 credits

The student learns the role and responsibilities of a Central Service Technician including regulations and standards, surgical instrumentation, cleaning and decontaminations, disinfection, sterilization, packaging and storing. Students demonstrate knowledge of legal issues, HIPAA, safety precautions/preventions. Student must model professional appearance, value diversity in the workplace and possess the ability to communicate effectively and professionally with patients and staff. Students demonstrate knowledge of quality assurance and quality control and adhere to policies and procedures used in the clinical setting.

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08:00A-02:30P

J203

Jan 1 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE KNOX A

$15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE ; $14.62 Per Year -MED MAL & GEN LIAB INS Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

CENTRAL SERVICE TECH

CST 102 - HEALTHCARE PROVIDER FIRST AID/CPR,AED&BLOODBORNE - 2.0 credits

This course covers one- and two-person, adult, child and infant CPR. Students practice caring for a person with foreign body airway obstruction (FBAO), personal barriers techniques and use of Automated External Defibrillator (AED). The course teaches to effectively recognize and treat in critical minutes until Emergency Medical Services (EMS) arrive. Topics include: general first aid principles, medical, injury and environmental emergencies, and blood borne pathogens. This course is approved by OSHA, WISHA (Labor and Industries) for healthcare providers. An AHA card will be issued upon the successful completion of a written exam and skills evaluation. In addition, the mandatory seven hours of HIV/AIDS education for healthcare providers is included.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE KNOX A

$15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

CENTRAL SERVICE TECH

CST 104 - CENTRAL SERVICE BASIC SCIENCES - 3.0 credits

This course covers the basic principles of microbiology, human anatomy and medical terminology, and how it pertains to infection control and communications in sterile processing.

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08:00A-02:30P

J203

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE KNOX A

$15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

CENTRAL SERVICE TECH

CST 105 - CENTRAL SERVICE TECHNICIAN SKILLS LABORATORY - 3.0 credits

Students are introduced to and perform some of the basic hands-on tasks required of a Central Service Technician. This includes the wrapping items for sterilization, learning both envelope and sequential folding styles, and proper methods for heat sealing sterilization techniques. Students are expected to identify a minimum of 100 instruments and assemble into surgical trays. Students are given an overview of the proper handling and processing of endoscopes.

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08:00A-02:30P

J203

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE KNOX A

$15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

CHEMISTRY

CHEM&121 - INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY - 5.0 credits

This introductory course discusses the basic concepts in general and inorganic chemistry. It is designed to prepare students for coursework in health sciences or more advanced scientific coursework by laying the foundation of the most 'elemental' science - chemistry. Topics covered range from the nature of atoms to chemical reactions and include homework, laboratories, exams, and group exercises. General education distribution area: Natural Science, with lab. PREREQUISITE(S): Placement into MATH 095; or completion of MATH 085, MATH 092, AMATH 185, or AMATH 190 with a 2.0 or higher; or completion of AMATH 175 with a 3.0 or higher.

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CHEMISTRY

CHEM&131 - INTRODUCTION TO ORGANIC AND BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY - 5.0 credits

Introduction to organic chemistry and biochemistry includes study of the nomenclature, structure, reactions and synthesis of organic compounds and biochemistry applications in nursing field. Structure and properties of the major classes of organic compounds with particular reference to organic molecules and their relationship to polymers, such as carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids. Course is primarily intended for those who are interested in the application of the principles of organic chemistry and biochemistry to related areas of science such as genetics, microbiology, physiology, and nutrition. Course learning involves lectures and labs. General education distribution area: Natural Science, with lab. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of CHEM& 121, with a 2.0 or higher, or instructor permission.

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COLLEGE SUCCESS

COL 101 - COLLEGE SUCCESS - 2.0 credits

Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to demonstrate the skills necessary to succeed at Renton Technical College and beyond, including time management, information literacy, wellness, financial literacy, and appreciation of diversity and inclusion.

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COMMERCIAL BLDG ENG

CBE 101 - FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRICITY AND LAB - 6.0 credits

This course covers basic electrical theory, testing, troubleshooting, schematics and symbols, circuit construction plus other related items used in the industrial and commercial maintenance fields. Lock-out/tag-out regulations are also included. Part of this course is a hands-on lab featuring components, wiring and application of basic electrical systems.

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COMMERCIAL BLDG ENG

CBE 102 - ADVANCED ELECTRICAL AND LAB - 5.0 credits

This course includes single phase and multiple phase installation, repair, and maintenance including branch and feeder circuits as found in the industrial and commercial applications. Part of this course is a hands-on lab featuring the components, wiring and applications of single phase and three phase systems. PREREQUISITE(S): CBE 101 or instructor permission.

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COMMERCIAL BLDG ENG

CBE 111 - CONTROL FUNDAMENTALS - 7.0 credits

This course provides a study of the various control fundamentals, terms, interlocks and electrical safety as related to commercial and industrial applications.

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E415

Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID HUDSON E

$10.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $10/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Permission Code Needed

 

COMMERCIAL BLDG ENG

CBE 116 - HVAC/PLUMBING DISTRIBUTION - 5.0 credits

This course is a study of components, construction and application of HVAC and plumbing systems as found in commercial and industrial sites.

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05:00P-09:00P

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX STAFF

$10.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $10/CR Permission Code Needed
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09:30A-11:30A

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID HUDSON E

$10.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $10/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Permission Code Needed

 

COMMERCIAL BLDG ENG

CBE 201 - DIRECT DIGITAL CONTROLS AND LAB - 5.0 credits

This course covers direct digital control theory related to HVAC systems as used in the commercial maintenance field. Part of this course is a hands-on lab featuring components, wiring and system construction at the terminal equipment level.

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$10.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $10/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Permission Code Needed

 

COMMERCIAL BLDG ENG

CBE 214 - MECHANICAL PRINTS AND LAB - 6.0 credits

This course helps students learn how to interpret industrial prints and understand their relationship to actual parts, equipment and systems as it applies to industrial applications.

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COMMUNICATIONS

CMST 280 - INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION - 5.0 credits

This course is designed to assist students in developing their knowledge and skills with people from a variety of cultural backgrounds. Students are introduced to the fundamental principles and practices of intercultural communication. This includes issues such as culture, co-culture, perception, values, beliefs, worldview, verbal communication, nonverbal communication, culture shock and cultural adaptation. Students will explore and analyze their own cultural heritages in relation to the culture/co-cultures of others in the United States and globally. Students will assess and develop their skills during class sessions and experiential activities outside of class. Student reflections, analysis and articulation of insights are critical components of this course.

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COMMUNICATIONS

CMST&101 - INTRODUCTION TO COMMUNICATION - 5.0 credits

In this course students study the fundamentals of the communication process and apply them to personal and workplace relationships. Emphasis is on applying communication theory to interviewing, small group communications and public speaking. Students are required to prepare and give oral presentations. General education distribution area: Humanities.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID STAFF

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COMMUNICATIONS

CMST&220 - PUBLIC SPEAKING - 5.0 credits

This course in public speaking helps students develop effective speaking skills through understanding the elements involved in effective speech. Students will prepare speeches designed for a variety of purposes. General education distribution area: Humanities.

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COMPOSITION

COMP 100 - APPLIED COMPOSITION - 5.0 credits

This practical writing course assists student with academic writing. The class incorporates journal summaries and basic essay formats to help students build on their sentence and paragraph strengths to be successful in college-level writing. This class assists students in moving their writing forward through practice. This technical English class does not transfer to four-year colleges or universities.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID HIGGINS K

$15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available

 

COMPUTER NETWORK ENG

CNE 350 - UNIX AND THE INTERNET OF THINGS - 5.0 credits

This course teaches essential command-line interface (CLI) features and utilities. Students will learn bash scripting, investigate the internet-of-things with Raspberry Pis, build application servers, and design RESTful interfaces.

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$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available

 

COMPUTER NETWORK ENG

CNE 370 - INTRODUCTION TO VIRTUALIZATION - 5.0 credits

Students will transform virtual machines and containers into a variety of network components including web servers, databases, and load balancers. Students will combine components to build distributed architectures. Students should be familiar with Linux, TCP/IP, routing, and scripting languages such as Python. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of CNE 330 and CNE 335 with a 2.0 or higher.

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COMPUTER NETWORK ENG

CNE 480 - TROUBLESHOOTING PHYSICAL & VIRTUAL NETWORK INFRA - 5.0 credits

In this course students will learn how to use monitoring and troubleshooting tools on physical and virtual network infrastructures. Hands-on lab scenarios cover the necessary troubleshooting skills needed to utilize both commercial and open source tools such as FCAPS, NAGIOS, NGS3, and LogZilla. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of CNE 470 with a 2.0 or higher.

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COMPUTER NETWORK ENG

CNE 490 - NETWORK ARCHITECTURE CAPSTONE PROJECT - 5.0 credits

Students are given various scenarios in computer networking design, security, infrastructure, servers, unified telephony, video and wireless in an enterprise model. After researching, planning, designing, implementing, and testing the scenario, students document and present their findings in a concise and professional manner consistent with current IT business practices. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of CNE 450 and CNE 470 with a 2.0 or higher.

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COMPUTER NETWORK ENG

CNE 491 - COOPERATIVE EDUCATION/INTERNSHIP - 5.0 credits

This course provides the option of cooperative education/internship training in the BAS in Computer Network Engineering program. Instructor approval is required. The experience may be paid or unpaid. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of CNE 350 and CNE 370 with a 2.0 or higher.

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COMPUTER NETWORK TEC

CNT 156 - BITS AND BYTES OF CLOUD COMPUTING - 5.0 credits

Students with little or no IT background will learn the many characteristics of cloud services. Cloud services have become the corner stone of the next wave of computer technology. It is imperative that students learn to understand, develop and recognize what services will benefit organizations. Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge in of SAAS, IAAS, and PAAS and how to deploy each. Students will also be able to demonstrate their understanding of scalability, security, and hardware independence.

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10:30A-12:00P

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX TARVIN L

$25.00 Per Course -LAB FEE ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)
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08:00A-09:30A

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX TARVIN L

$25.00 Per Course -LAB FEE ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

COMPUTER NETWORK TEC

CNT 160 - CORE NETWORKING AND CLOUD COMPUTING - 5.0 credits

This course builds on the knowledge and skills content from CNT 156. Topics include PC maintenance, mobile devices, laptops, operating systems, printers, security and troubleshooting techniques. Students are also introduced to networking concepts required for networking devices in both physical and cloud-based environments. This course will prepare students for CompTIA's A+'s two-part exam. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of CNT 156 with a 2.0 or higher.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX TARVIN L

$25.00 Per Course -LAB FEE ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

COMPUTER NETWORK TEC

CNT 240 - ROUTING AND SWITCHING I - 5.0 credits

This course introduces the architecture, structure, functions, components, and models of the Internet as well as home office, campus LANs and Cloud architecture. The principles and structure of IP addressing and the fundamentals of Ethernet concepts, media, and operations are introduced to provide a foundation for the curriculum. By the end of the course, students will be able to build simple local area networks (LAN), perform basic configurations for routers and switches, and implement IP addressing schemes. This course is the first of three courses that prepare students for the Cisco CCNA certification exam.

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COMPUTER NETWORK TEC

CNT 250 - ROUTING AND SWITCHING II - 5.0 credits

This is the second course in the CCNA curriculum series. It focuses on switching technologies and router operations that support small-to-medium business networks and includes wireless local area networks (WLAN) and security concepts. In addition to learning key switching and routing concepts, learners will be able to perform basic network configuration and troubleshooting, identify and mitigate LAN security threats, and configure and secure a basic WLAN. Software Defined Networking concepts will be explored in addition to establishing best practices for user access and restriction to resources in a cloud environment. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of CNT 240 and CSI 120 with a 2.0 or higher.

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COMPUTER NETWORK TEC

CNT 256 - AWS CLOUD FOUNDATIONS - 5.0 credits

This course introduces cloud computing concepts and fundamentals. It is focused on AWS services so that you can make informed decisions about IT solutions based on business requirements. The course also prepares students for the AWS Certified Cloud Practitioner (CCP) exam.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE SANDERSON B

; $12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available Low-Cost Textbook ($50 or less)

 

COMPUTER NETWORK TEC

CNT 259 - SECURE ENTERPRISE NETWORKS - 5.0 credits

This course is the third and final course in the CCNA series. This course emphasizes planning, deployment, security and maintenance of enterprise networks. It covers wide area network (WAN) technologies and quality of service (QoS) mechanisms used for secure remote access along with the introduction of software-defined networking, virtualization, and automation concepts that support the digitalization of networks. Students work with Linux and Windows-based networks in both physical and cloud-based environments to appropriately scale networks to meet industry demands. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of CNT 240, CNT 250, and CSI 120 with a 2.0 or higher.

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COMPUTER NETWORK TEC

CNT 263 - COMPTIA LINUX+ - 5.0 credits

This course provides introductory coverage of Linux systems administration. It is designed to help students successfully pass CompTIA's Linux+ Certification exam. The course covers the basics of current Red Hat and Debian based distros. Additional focus will be on the use of Linux OS in Cloud Environments, i.e., AWS Cloud services using Amazon Linux. This course equips students with the information necessary to remain current with industry changes impacting both physical and virtual network infrastructures.

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COMPUTER NETWORK TEC

CNT 290 - NEXT LEVEL NETWORKING TOPICS - 5.0 credits

This is a special topics course in Cloud Networking. Students review virtualization concepts using Hyper-V, VMware ESXi/Vsphere, and AWS Cloud services, and Microsoft Azure. Topics include hybrid cloud, private cloud and public cloud computing, co-location and network infrastructure migration. Students complete assignments using both physical and virtual hands-on labs. The course serves as a familiarization experience for the BAS in Network Engineering. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of CNT 240 and CNT 250 with a 2.0 or higher.

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; $12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available Low-Cost Textbook ($50 or less)

 

COMPUTER NETWORK TEC

CNT 294 - INTERNSHIP/COOPERATIVE EDUCATION - 5.0 credits

This course provides the option of cooperative/internship training in computer networks, within the prescribed hours of the student's program of study. Instructor approval is required, and the experience can be either paid or unpaid. PRERQUISITE(S): Completion of CNT 160 and CNT 256 with a 2.0 or higher.

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COMPUTER SCIENCE

CS 142 - JAVA PROGRAMMING II - 5.0 credits

The course builds on object-oriented Java skills covered in CS& 141 with a focus on data structures. Topics include queues, stacks, trees, lists, sets, maps, inheritance, recursion, exceptions, I/O, and polymorphism. Students use appropriate algorithms such as search and sort to implement user-friendly interfaces. PREREQUISITE(S): CS& 141 or equivalent.

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COMPUTER SCIENCE

CS& 141 - JAVA PROGRAMMING I - 5.0 credits

Students use the Java programming language for problem solving, algorithm development, and object-oriented design. Topics include syntax, classes, data types, objects, arrays, file processing, control structures, documentation, and debugging. PREREQUISITE(S): MATH 095, AMATH 193, AMATH 195, or placement into MATH& 107, MATH& 141 or MATH& 146.

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COMPUTER SCIENCE

CSI 120 - COMPUTER PROGRAMMING I - 5.0 credits

This course introduces the basics of computer programming and problem solving. Students will develop skills in designing and writing simple computer programs in an integrated programming environment (IDE). Topics include flowchart concepts, language syntax, data types and operators, methods, control structures such as conditionals and loops, and arrays.

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COMPUTER SCIENCE

CSI 122 - COMPUTER PROGRAMMING II - 5.0 credits

Students write creative programs demonstrating skill in structured design and code, using decision and iteration structures, as well as effective documentation. Students learn to write event-driven applications using forms, controls, properties and methods. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of CSI 120 with a 2.0 or higher.

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COMPUTER SCIENCE

CSI 124 - COMPUTER PROGRAMMING III - 5.0 credits

Students are introduced to the concepts of object-oriented programming. Students learn to write applications using structures, classes, interfaces, inheritance and polymorphism. In addition, students learn to use and create delegates, events, collections, exceptions, dynamic link libraries and input/output streams to build real-world applications. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of CSI 122 with a 2.0 or higher.

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COMPUTER SCIENCE

CSI 130 - DATABASE DESIGN - 5.0 credits

This is an introductory course for the student with little or no experience designing and building relational databases. The students learn the basics of relational database theory and rules of normalization, and how to incorporate business requirements into the design for a database. They also learn to use a program or language such as Structured Query Language (SQL) to create basic database objects and to manipulate data.

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$25.00 Per Course -LAB FEE ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

COMPUTER SCIENCE

CSI 140 - FRONT-END WEB DEVELOPMENT - 5.0 credits

Students will learn the basic elements defined in the HTML language to initially build simple web pages and forms, then adding semantics, structures, and more sophisticated forms using HTML5 elements. In the second part of this course, students will add styles to their web pages and forms using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). In the final project, students should be able to design quality web pages as rated by professionals.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX STAFF

$25.00 Per Course -LAB FEE ; $12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available Low-Cost Textbook ($50 or less)

 

COMPUTER SCIENCE

CSI 226 - COMPUTER PROGRAMMING IV - 5.0 credits

In this advanced programming course, students continue refining their coding skills in topics such as polymorphism, encapsulation, asynchronous programming, multi-threaded applications, and distributed applications. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of CSI 124 with a 2.0 or higher.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID ZERROUKI L

$25.00 Per Course -LAB FEE ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

COMPUTER SCIENCE

CSI 234 - APPLIED DATABASE DEVELOPMENT - 5.0 credits

This course is designed for the student who is already familiar with basic relational database theory. The focus of this course is databases in the n-tier client/server development model. Students learn and utilize more advanced program or language topics, such as enterprise-level objects, views, stored procedures, functions, indexes, constraints, transaction handling, and triggers in event-driven database applications. Additionally, the class covers best practices in administration, user management and security, including effective planning for updates, backup, and disaster recovery. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of CSI 130 with a 2.0 or higher.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX GILL D

$25.00 Per Course -LAB FEE ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

COMPUTER SCIENCE

CSI 242 - CLIENT-SIDE SCRIPTING - 5.0 credits

Students build their front-end web development skills by creating dynamic web pages with user-friendly structure, graphics, and animations. Emphasis is placed on event handlings, style properties, and content manipulation (filters, patterns, elements, detection or creation of events) using scripting tools such as Javascript and jQuery. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of CSI 140 with a 2.0 or higher.

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11:00A-12:30P

J107

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX EMERY J

$25.00 Per Course -LAB FEE ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available Low-Cost Textbook ($50 or less)

 

COMPUTER SCIENCE

CSI 250 - RICH INTERNET APPLICATIONS - 5.0 credits

This course introduces the technologies of a rich internet application. Topics may include JavaScript frameworks such as AngularJS, Node.js, AJAX, and the data-interchange format such as JSON, as well as the ASP.NET MVC framework. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of CSI 242 with a 2.0 or higher.

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MW

11:00A-12:30P

J111

Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID EMERY J

$25.00 Per Course -LAB FEE ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

COMPUTER SCIENCE

CSI 260 - INTRODUCTION TO DATA STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHMS - 5.0 credits

This course provides an introduction to mathematical modeling of computational problems. It covers the common algorithms, algorithmic paradigms, and data structures used to solve these problems. The course emphasizes the relationship between algorithms and programming, and introduces basic performance measures and analysis techniques for these problems. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of CSI 226 with a 2.0 or higher.

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09:00A-10:30A

J108

Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID ZERROUKI L

$25.00 Per Course -LAB FEE ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

COMPUTER SCIENCE

CSI 293 - CAPSTONE DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT PROJECT - 5.0 credits

A comprehensive project, conceived by the student and approved by instructors, demonstrates the capability to integrate the major academic areas of communications, systems analysis and program development. Students are required to conceptualize, design, code, and test a web-based programming project of their own creation. The project must utilize a database, graphics, user-friendly interfaces, and full written internal and external documentation. Students work with instructors on all pre-approved phases of the project. This project is mandatory for all students not in full-time cooperative/internship education.

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ONLINE

Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE ZERROUKI L

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

COMPUTER SCIENCE

CSI 294 - COOPERATIVE EDUCATION/INTERNSHIP - 10.0 credits

This course provides the option of cooperative/internship training in computer science, within the prescribed hours of the student's program of study. Instructor approval is required, and the experience can be either paid or unpaid. (Hours to 330 and credits to 10.)

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ONLINE

Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE ZERROUKI L

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Permission Code Needed OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

COMPUTER SCIENCE

CSI 340 - SOFTWARE APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT I - 5.0 credits

Utilizing software development methodologies, students will gain experience in programming web applications using the Windows platform. Emphasis will be put on user experience, responsive web interfaces, testing, deployment and security. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of CSI 330 with a 2.0 or higher.

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06:30P-09:30P

J108

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX RONY-CHOWDHU

$25.00 Per Course -LAB FEE ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available Low-Cost Textbook ($50 or less)

 

COMPUTER SCIENCE

CSI 345 - ADVANCED DATA STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHMS - 5.0 credits

Students will learn to program data structures important for supporting application development, such as stacks, queues, hashtables, sets, maps, trees, heaps and graphs, in addition to various searching and sorting algorithms. Emphasis will be put on algorithmic efficiency and practical applications related to computer science. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of CSI 335 with a 2.0 or higher.

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Th

06:30P-09:30P

J108

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX RONY-CHOWDHU

$25.00 Per Course -LAB FEE ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available Low-Cost Textbook ($50 or less)

 

COMPUTER SCIENCE

CSI 475 - ADVANCED DATABASE INTELLIGENCE - 5.0 credits

Students will use ETL to integrate, clean, and transform data from multiple sources into a resultant data set to be loaded into a data warehouse. Advanced SQL will be written against the warehouse to help extract business insights. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of CSI 345 and CSI 470 with a 2.0 or higher.

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W

06:30P-09:30P

J108

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX RONY-CHOWDHU

$25.00 Per Course -LAB FEE ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available Low-Cost Textbook ($50 or less)

 

COMPUTER SCIENCE

CSI 483 - IT PROJECT MANAGEMENT - 5.0 credits

In this course students will learn the concepts, methodologies, and tools to successfully plan, manage, develop and deploy an IT development project. Students will employ the discipline of procuring, organizing and managing resources in a way that the project is completed within defined scope, quality, time and cost constraints. Mastering project management with the application of Agile methodologies is a key to gaining a competitive advantage. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of CSI 350 with a 2.0 or higher.

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T

06:30P-09:30P

J109

Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID FRIGON S

$25.00 Per Course -LAB FEE ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available

 

CONSTRUCTION MGMT

CONST103 - INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTERS - 2.0 credits

This 2-credit module prepares students to utilize word & spreadsheet processing features to increase the functionality of their documents in a construction management environment. Students will learn to create electronic documents and format tables. Students will learn to utilize advanced features of the spreadsheet processing package, working with formulas and functions, creating macros, and preparing worksheets with a focus on construction math breakouts and calculations.

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ONLINE

Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE PULLIAM J

; $12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available Low-Cost Textbook ($50 or less)

 

CONSTRUCTION MGMT

CONST115 - BUDGETING & ACCOUNTING FOR CONSTRUCTION MGMT - 5.0 credits

Learn basic budgeting and accounting principles and how to utilize them for the construction industry. Review how to track costs and resources on construction accounting systems. Develop and create job forecasts. Manage reports on costs and profits at a project level. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of MATH 075 or AMATH 175 with a 2.0 or higher, or equivalent placement.

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T

06:00P-09:00P

ONLINE

Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE PULLIAM J

; $12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available

 

CONSTRUCTION MGMT

CONST150 - EROSION AND SEDIMENT CONTROL PLANNING & DESIGN - 3.0 credits

This course teaches the planning and design of erosion and sediment control for construction sites with earth disturbance activities. It covers the construction stormwater pollution prevention guidance provided in the most recent version of: a) The Washington State Department of Ecology Stormwater Management Manual for Western Washington, or b) The Washington State Department of Ecology Stormwater Management Manual for Eastern Washington. Students will learn how to prepare the Erosion and Sediment Control Plan (ESCP).

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W

07:30P-09:30P

ONLINE

Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE NGIAM K

; $12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available Low-Cost Textbook ($50 or less)

 

CONSTRUCTION MGMT

CONST183 - MECHANICAL AND ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS - 3.0 credits

Further develop skills and understanding on how to read and interpret mechanical and electrical drawings and specifications. Emphasis on integrating the scope of work and sustainable practices into the total project. Major areas covered are HVAC, plumbing, electrical and fire sprinklers. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of MATH 075 or AMATH 175 with a 2.0 or higher, or equivalent placement.

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W

05:30P-07:15P

ONLINE

Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE PULLIAM J

; $12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available

 

CONSTRUCTION MGMT

CONST225 - CONTRACT ADMINISTRATION AND PROCUREMENT - 3.0 credits

Course covers the typical elements of a construction contract, as well as analysis, interpretation, and implementation of various types of construction contracts. A review of the procurement process, material acquisition and delivery to the jobsite is also studied.

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M

07:30P-09:30P

ONLINE

Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE PULLIAM J

; $12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available

 

CONSTRUCTION MGMT

CONST230 - PROJECT MANAGEMENT - PLANNING AND SCHEDULING - 5.0 credits

Understand how to plan a construction project using the CSI MasterFormat and use to build a work breakdown structure (WBS). Identify work packages, tasks, and activities established in the cost estimate, including effort and duration baselines. Create a network diagram and develop a critical path by allotting time for activities within a construction project. Identify risks and alternative strategies that impact schedules and meet project milestones and deadlines. Introduction to scheduling and project management resources and software. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of CONST 202 with a 2.0 or higher.

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Th

06:00P-09:00P

ONLINE

Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE PULLIAM J

; $12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available

 

CONSTRUCTION MGMT

CONST250 - PROJECT SAFETY AND ACCIDENT PREVENTION - 4.0 credits

Learn to implement company safety plans and procedures. Topics covered include identifying and minimizing job hazards, complying with WISHA and OSHA requirements, and understanding and developing a safety communications plan in addressing the risk of unsafe conditions on a construction jobsite. Students have the option to earn the OSHA 30 card in this course.

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Sa

10:30A-01:00P

ONLINE

Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE NGIAM K

; $12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available Low-Cost Textbook ($50 or less)

 

CONSTRUCTION MGMT

CONST269 - LEED GREEN ASSOCIATE PREPARATION - 2.0 credits

This course provides an introduction to green building and sustainable design principles, specifically as they relate to USGBC's LEED Green building rating system, summarizing the critical points of green design, construction and operations. It prepares individuals pursuing GBCI LEED Green Associate credential. Green Associate is the introductory-level credential for LEED, and demonstrates a general understanding of all the LEED rating systems. Students in this course will have access to take the LEED GA Exam at no cost.

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Sa

09:00A-10:15A

ONLINE

Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE PULLIAM J

; $12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available Low-Cost Textbook ($50 or less)

 

CONSTRUCTION MGMT

CONST280 - BUILDING CODES - 2.0 credits

Study of the International Building Code includes review of minimum fire and safety standards, introduction to the permit process and environmental regulations for design, construction of buildings, and use and occupancy classifications. Definitions and requirements for types of construction, egress width, exits access, and accessibility are also covered. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of MATH 075 or AMATH 175 with a 2.0 or higher, or equivalent placement.

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M

06:00P-07:10P

ONLINE

Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE PULLIAM J

; $12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available Low-Cost Textbook ($50 or less)

 

CONSTRUCTION MGMT

CONST290 - COOPERATIVE WORK EXPERIENCE, CONSTRUCTION MGMT - 3.0 credits

A cooperative work experience option may be available to qualified, approved students, allowing them to receive credit for work experience appropriate to their training. Through cooperative work experience, students have the opportunity to apply learned skills and gain actual on-the-job experience while completing their course of study. This class covers work experience as a construction manager.

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ONLINE

Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE PULLIAM J

; $12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 15 Seats Available Low-Cost Textbook ($50 or less)

 

CULINARY ARTS

CUL 103 - KNIFE SKILLS - 3.0 credits

Students learn how to maintain and sharpen a knife, and practice basic knife handling techniques for safety, accuracy and industry production. Students learn classic knife cuts based on ACF standards. Students will learn the term mise en place, setting up their station for production, proper storage, useable and un-usable trim while in production.

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DAILY

07:00A-01:30P

I107

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE WYNNE D

$10.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $10/CR ; $17.28 Per Credit -CUL.ARTS/ STUDENT MEAL Open 0 Enrolled / 45 Seats Available

 

CULINARY ARTS

CUL 104 - BOUCHER - 3.0 credits

Students further hone their knife skills with the fabrication of meats, poultry, pork, fish, lamb and shellfish based on USDA standards, grades and specifications. Students participate in sub primal and secondary meat fabrication in a lab environment while learning the anatomy, grading, butchering techniques, product utilization, AP costs, EP costs, yield percent and menu costing. Emphasis on organizational skills, sanitation and attendance.

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MTWTh

08:00A-09:00A

I101

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE PARKER T

$50.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $50/CR ; $17.28 Per Credit -CUL.ARTS/ STUDENT MEAL Open 0 Enrolled / 45 Seats Available

 

CULINARY ARTS

CUL 105 - FOUNDATIONS - 3.0 credits

This course covers beginning level fundamentals including industry professionalism, culinary history, culinary organizations and classification and grades of food, as well as, flavor development. Students will develop an understanding of the basic principles of sanitation and safety through the ServSafe course and to be able to apply them in the food service operations. Students learn the safe operation of various commercial equipment and discuss SDS Safety data sheets. Environmental and sustainable practices will be reviewed.

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MTThF

07:00A-08:00A

I101

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE WYNNE D

$10.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $10/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 45 Seats Available

 

CULINARY ARTS

CUL 106 - NUTRITION - 3.0 credits

This course is a self-paced introduction to culinary nutrition. Students will gain a basic understanding of nutrition principles as they relate to the food and culinary industry. Students will progress by reading through a series of six content modules, you will do activities as you progress, and will be quizzed on the content at the conclusion of each module. There will be a final exam at the end of the course.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE STAFF

$50.00 Per Course -T&I STUD FUND -MEDBURY Open 0 Enrolled / 45 Seats Available

 

CULINARY ARTS

CUL 110 - FUNDAMENTALS I - 3.0 credits

Students prepare various proteins and side dishes using moist heat cooking methods; techniques of poaching, simmering, boiling, and steaming. Proteins and side dishes apply to cafeteria menu offerings. Seasoning, presentation and hot food holding are discussed. Food quality, sanitation, mise en place, and teamwork are evaluated.

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DAILY

07:00A-01:30P

I107

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE WYNNE D

$10.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $10/CR ; $17.28 Per Credit -CUL.ARTS/ STUDENT MEAL Open 0 Enrolled / 45 Seats Available

 

CULINARY ARTS

CUL 111 - FUNDAMENTALS II - 3.0 credits

Students prepare various proteins and side dishes of small batch cookery using dry heat cooking methods; techniques of broiling, grilling, roasting, baking, sauteing, pan-frying and deep frying. Seasoning, presentation and hot food holding are discussed. Food quality, sanitation, mise en place, and teamwork are evaluated.

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DAILY

07:00A-01:30P

I107

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE WYNNE D

$10.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $10/CR ; $17.28 Per Credit -CUL.ARTS/ STUDENT MEAL Open 0 Enrolled / 45 Seats Available

 

CULINARY ARTS

CUL 112 - FUNDAMENTALS III - 3.0 credits

Students will research and study the regions of the United States heritage Melting Pot and International Cooking Cuisines. The cooking methods of the foods indigenous to the specific regions will be discussed. The preparation and cooking should reflect on authenticity, texture, flavor, consistency and appearance. Seasoning, presentation and hot food holding will be discussed. Food quality, sanitation, mise en place and teamwork will be evaluated.

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DAILY

07:00A-01:30P

I107

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE WYNNE D

$10.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $10/CR ; $17.28 Per Credit -CUL.ARTS/ STUDENT MEAL Open 0 Enrolled / 45 Seats Available

 

CULINARY ARTS

CUL 113 - LEAD I - 3.0 credits

Students function as a direct station supervisor, developing leadership and teamwork while being responsible for all CAFE production. Emphasis is on daily assignments, product requisitions, production sheets, following recipes product utilization and coordinating sanitation requirements. The student is accountable for the coordination of station production, and is directly responsible for overseeing the production of the CAFE.

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DAILY

07:00A-01:30P

I107

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE WYNNE D

$10.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $10/CR ; $17.28 Per Credit -CUL.ARTS/ STUDENT MEAL Open 0 Enrolled / 45 Seats Available

 

CULINARY ARTS

CUL 114 - SALAD BAR - 3.0 credits

Students will create and compose special salads, dressings, sides, meats and cheeses per rotating salad bar menu cycles. Preparation of salads categorized as: tossed, bound, composed, vegetable, gelatin and fruit salads. Prepare vinaigrettes and mayonnaise-based dressings. Prepare salad greens and proper handling with emphasis on correct temperatures storing and service of cold food. Proper mise en place and station set up of salad bar per recipes and presentation guidelines per Chef Instructor. Customer relations with direct daily customer service will be evaluated. Food quality, sanitation, and team work are evaluated.

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DAILY

07:00A-01:30P

I107

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE WYNNE D

$10.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $10/CR ; $17.28 Per Credit -CUL.ARTS/ STUDENT MEAL Open 0 Enrolled / 45 Seats Available

 

CULINARY ARTS

CUL 115 - DELI - 3.0 credits

Students will prepare hot and cold delicatessen sandwiches and specialty sandwiches, bake proofed sandwich breads, flavored mayonnaise, aiolis, chutneys and accoutrements. Customer service relations, food quality, food handling, sanitation, mise en place, and teamwork are evaluated.

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DAILY

07:00A-01:30P

I107

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE WYNNE D

$10.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $10/CR ; $17.28 Per Credit -CUL.ARTS/ STUDENT MEAL Open 0 Enrolled / 45 Seats Available

 

CULINARY ARTS

CUL 118 - BREAKFAST COOKERY - 3.0 credits

Students will experience hands on a la carte breakfast cookery to include egg styles and dishes, meats, batters, potatoes, cereals, breakfast breads and low-fat alternatives. Students will be evaluated on their speed, efficiency, organization, hygiene, cleanliness and presentation. Students are trained to understand contemporary nutritional guidelines (portion sizes) including the ability to plan and execute nutritionally sound breakfasts. Customer relations with direct daily customer service will be evaluated. Food quality, sanitation, and team work are evaluated.

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DAILY

06:00A-12:30P

I107

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE WYNNE D

$10.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $10/CR ; $17.28 Per Credit -CUL.ARTS/ STUDENT MEAL Open 0 Enrolled / 45 Seats Available

 

CULINARY ARTS

CUL 120 - PURCHASING AND RECEIVING - 3.0 credits

Students are involved with invoicing, pricing, costing, and weekly inventories. Review and participation in product identification, storage procedures, inter-department transfers, and inventory control, stocking procedures, FIFO system, and quality control are completed.

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DAILY

07:00A-01:30P

I107

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE PARKER T

$10.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $10/CR ; $17.28 Per Credit -CUL.ARTS/ STUDENT MEAL Open 0 Enrolled / 45 Seats Available

 

CULINARY ARTS

CUL 123 - ENTREMETIER - 3.0 credits

Students will prepare a variety of vegetable, starch, pastas and farinaceous dishes. Utilizing methodologies such as; grilling, steaming, poaching, sauteing, and broiling will be used in this course. Attention to; appearance, texture, seasoning, quality, consistency and ability to produce under time constraints will be reviewed. Mise en place, organization, coordination and ergonomics in the kitchen will be monitored and reviewed.

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DAILY

07:00A-01:30P

I107

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE PARKER T

$10.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $10/CR ; $17.28 Per Credit -CUL.ARTS/ STUDENT MEAL Open 0 Enrolled / 45 Seats Available

 

CULINARY ARTS

CUL 124 - FRY STATION - 3.0 credits

Students will prepare crispy, golden brown and flavorful fried foods with appropriate ingredient selection, mise en place, costing and presentation of a la carte menu items. Ensure quality, timeliness, correct cooking procedures, attractive, appetizing garnishes and presentation. Prepare sauces that are appropriate to fried dishes. Emphasis is on consistency, ability to produce under time constraints, organization, coordination and ergonomics in the kitchen.

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DAILY

07:00A-01:30P

I107

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE PARKER T

$10.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $10/CR ; $17.28 Per Credit -CUL.ARTS/ STUDENT MEAL Open 0 Enrolled / 45 Seats Available

 

CULINARY ARTS

CUL 125 - SAUTE STATION - 3.0 credits

Students will prepare a variety of sauteed and pan fried foods with appropriate ingredient selection and mise en place. Ensure quality, timeliness, correct cooking procedures, presentation and garnishing. Prepare classical and contemporary sauces compatible with sauteed dishes. Emphasis is on consistency and ability to produce under time constraints, organization, coordination, and ergonomics in the kitchen.

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DAILY

07:00A-01:30P

I107

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE PARKER T

$10.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $10/CR ; $17.28 Per Credit -CUL.ARTS/ STUDENT MEAL Open 0 Enrolled / 45 Seats Available

 

CULINARY ARTS

CUL 126 - BROILER STATION - 3.0 credits

Students will prepare attractive and appetizing grilled/broiled proteins, vegetables and starches with appropriate ingredient selection, mise en place, costing and presentation of a la carte menu items. Ensuring quality, timeliness, correct cooking procedures and presentation. Prepare a la carte classical and contemporary sauces of consistency and compatibility with grilled dishes. Emphasis on consistency, ability to produce under time restraints, organization, coordination, and ergonomics in a commercial kitchen environment.

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DAILY

07:00A-01:30P

I107

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE PARKER T

$10.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $10/CR ; $17.28 Per Credit -CUL.ARTS/ STUDENT MEAL Open 0 Enrolled / 45 Seats Available

 

CULINARY ARTS

CUL 127 - LEAD II - 3.0 credits

Brigade system organization kitchen supervisor that develops leadership and teamwork on the line is completed. Students will be responsible for production of all food on the restaurant line, demonstrate the ability to lead and ensure quality, timeliness, correct cooking procedures, attractive and appetizing presentations. Develop menu concepts, mise en place, costing and presentation of daily specials; emphasize consistency, time constraints, organization, and coordination between hot and cold lines, as well as front and back of the house staff.

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DAILY

07:00A-01:30P

I107

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE PARKER T

$10.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $10/CR ; $17.28 Per Credit -CUL.ARTS/ STUDENT MEAL Open 0 Enrolled / 45 Seats Available

 

CULINARY ARTS

CUL 128 - PANTRY - 3.0 credits

Pantry kitchen is part of the a la carte kitchen line that creates special sandwiches-both hot and cold, specialty salads and cold food menu items. Seasonal menu development with costing and plate presentations is reviewed. Cold food preparation, holding for consistency, ability to produce under time constraints, organization, ergonomics in the kitchen, and coordination between hot and cold lines, as well as front and back of the house is covered.

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DAILY

07:00A-01:30P

I107

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE PARKER T

$10.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $10/CR ; $17.28 Per Credit -CUL.ARTS/ STUDENT MEAL Open 0 Enrolled / 45 Seats Available

 

CULINARY ARTS

CUL 130 - SOUS CHEF - 3.0 credits

Students function as the direct kitchen supervisor, developing leadership and teamwork skills while responsible for all kitchen production. Emphasis is on daily assignments, production sheets, menu planning, and product utilization. Hands-on food demonstrations to junior students and in coordination of station production are completed daily. The responsibility of overseeing all functions of production in the kitchen and service areas is graded upon the instructor's criteria and current industry standards.

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DAILY

07:00A-01:30P

I107

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE PARKER T

$10.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $10/CR ; $17.28 Per Credit -CUL.ARTS/ STUDENT MEAL Open 0 Enrolled / 45 Seats Available

 

CULINARY ARTS

CUL 131 - DINING ROOM/BEVERAGE MANAGEMENT - 3.0 credits

Students actively learn the importance of teamwork among kitchen personnel, different styles of service, menu preparation, suggestive selling, point-of sale procedures, organizing, and placing guest orders. Emphasis is on personal appearance, customer relations, attitude, hygiene, and safety. Students will also learn the importance of beverage sales in various levels of food service operations. They will understand basic grape varietals and the production process for making wines, spirits, and beers. They will have a basic knowledge of state and federal regulations regarding beverage service. This course contains 1 credit of communications related instruction.

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DAILY

07:00A-01:30P

I107

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE PARKER T

$10.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $10/CR ; $17.28 Per Credit -CUL.ARTS/ STUDENT MEAL Open 0 Enrolled / 45 Seats Available

 

CULINARY ARTS

CUL 132 - SOUP AND SAUCE - 3.0 credits

The course covers techniques and fundamentals of the sauce kitchen. Students have the opportunity to make; mirepoix, roux, beurre manie, slurries, liaisons, and egg emulsion. Students will prepare white and brown stocks, five classic mother sauces (bechamel, espagnole, veloute, tomato, and hollandaise sauce) and derivatives. Prepare coulis and infused oils. Techniques and advanced techniques of the soup kitchen. Preparation of clear and thick soup, consommes, purees, veloutes cream soups, bisques, and chowders will be offered. Prepare chilled, regional, national, and international soups, the garnishing of soups, and proper serving temperatures. Mise en place and organization, planning, portion control, recipe, and utilization of product will be monitored and reviewed. Food quality, sanitation, and teamwork will be evaluated.

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DAILY

07:00A-01:30P

I107

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE WYNNE D

$10.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $10/CR ; $17.28 Per Credit -CUL.ARTS/ STUDENT MEAL Open 0 Enrolled / 45 Seats Available

 

CULINARY ARTS

CUL 133 - GARDE MANGER - 3.0 credits

Students learn about the process and preparations of brined, rubbed, smoked, and roasted meats. Curing, pickling, preparation of hors d'oeuvres canapes, tapas, and hot and cold buffet platter items will be reviewed. Students will roast, cure, rub, and brine a variety of meats for deli and pantry service. Basic charcuterie fundamentals of forcemeats for galantines, terrenes, sausages, and aspic are prepared. Prepare items appropriate for buffet presentation, including decorative pieces, preparation of coulis, and salsas.

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07:00A-01:30P

I107

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE PARKER T

$30.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE NURSING ; $17.28 Per Credit -CUL.ARTS/ STUDENT MEAL Open 0 Enrolled / 45 Seats Available

 

DENTAL ASSISTANT

DENT 102 - PRE-CLINICAL ASSISTING I - 5.0 credits

In this course of study, the student begins to acquire appropriate skills to interact with patients, maintain the operating field, use and manipulate dental instrument set-ups, transfer instruments while assisting with dental procedures, and perform other basic chairside procedures. The student also learns dental charting, steps in taking and pouring alginate impressions, and safety/professional/aseptic techniques and procedures. This course is taught at the in-depth level.

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MWF

08:00A-11:00A

08:00A 02:30P

B101

ONLINE

Jan 4 - Feb 17 HYBRID BERRYSMITH C

$20.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $20/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

DENTAL ASSISTANT

DENT 104 - DENTAL MATERIALS I - 2.0 credits

This course of study introduces the student to the properties and techniques for usage of common dental materials. It also enables the student to understand the rationale for the selection of materials for dental use and to prepare these materials efficiently and correctly. This course is taught at the in-depth level.

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08:00A-11:30A

ONLINE

Jan 21 - Feb 25 ONLINE BERRYSMITH C

$20.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $20/CR ; $12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

DENTAL ASSISTANT

DENT 112 - PRE-CLINICAL ASSISTING II - 3.0 credits

In this course of study, the student acquires the appropriate skills to interact with patients, maintain the operating field, use and prepare dental instrument set-ups, transfer instruments, and perform other basic chairside procedures and demonstrate pre-clinical competence in the program facility. This course is taught at the in-depth level. PREREQUISITE(S): DENT 102.

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09:00A-10:00A

10:00A 02:00P

B110

B101

Jan 7 - Mar 18 FACE-TO-FACE KENDRICK S

$20.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $20/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

DENTAL ASSISTANT

DENT 114 - DENTAL MATERIALS II - 3.0 credits

In this course of study, the student demonstrates the knowledge and skill involved in mixing dental materials. Students discuss the use/purpose, ratios, indications, contraindications and general information about each of the specified materials. This course is taught at the in-depth level. PREREQUISITE(S): DENT 104.

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11:30A-02:30P

10:00A 11:00A

B103

ONLINE

Jan 4 - Mar 7 HYBRID KENDRICK S

$20.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $20/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

DENTAL ASSISTANT

DENT 133 - INFECTION CONTROL & MICROBIOLOGY - 5.0 credits

This course provides the student with the knowledge and skill needed to prevent disease transmission and cross infection, and to clean, disinfect, and sterilize instruments/equipment and surfaces in the dental environment. The student further learns to define and describe pathogenic microorganisms, including bacteria, protozoa, viruses, rickettsia, yeasts, molds, and aerobic and anaerobic bacteria. Successful students are then eligible to take the Dental Assistant National Board Infection Control Exam and are awarded a certificate of completion for the State mandated 7-hour HIV/AIDS training. This course is taught at the in-depth level.

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11:30A-02:30P

08:00A 03:00P

B101

ONLINE

Jan 4 - Feb 17 HYBRID BERRYSMITH C

$20.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $20/CR ; $270.00 Per Course -DANB1-INFECTION CNTRL. Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

DENTAL ASSISTANT

DENT 134 - SPECIALTIES - 3.0 credits

In this course of study, the student receives a thorough study of the dental specialties and related skills that are officially recognized by the American Dental Association. Explorations of new and emerging specialties are also studied. This course is taught at the in-depth level.

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08:00A-11:00A

08:00A 11:00A

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ONLINE

Jan 4 - Mar 15 ONLINE KENDRICK S

$20.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $20/CR ; $12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

DENTAL ASSISTANT

DENT 138 - BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION - 2.0 credits

In this course of study, the student gains experience in basic business administration procedures for the dental office, including the use of dental software and computers. The student practices these procedures while training in the Renton Technical College Dental Clinic. This course is taught at the familiarity level.

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08:00A-10:00A

ONLINE

Jan 6 - Mar 17 ONLINE KENDRICK S

; $12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

DENTAL ASSISTANT

DENT 141 - DENTAL SCIENCES I - 3.0 credits

A) Embryology & Histology: In this course of study, the student learns to describe the prenatal growth and development process of the face, teeth and oral cavity. Students also learn to identify the time table for eruption, shedding dates, and the structure and function of tissues and cells. This course is taught at the in-depth level. B) Oral Anatomy: In this course of study, the student learns the names and locations of the bones in the head and neck regions, the muscles of mastication and facial expression, and the nerves, lymph nodes, and salivary glands and tooth morphology including the shape and function of each tooth, and features of permanent and primary teeth. This course is taught at the in-depth level. C) Head & Neck Anatomy: In this course of study, the student learns the names, functions, and locations of the internal and external landmarks of the oral cavity and face. This course is taught at the familiarity level.

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08:00A-02:30P

ONLINE

Mar 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE BERRYSMITH C

$20.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $20/CR ; $12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

DENTAL ASSISTANT

DENT 145 - DENTAL SCIENCES II - 3.0 credits

A) Anatomy & Physiology: In this course of study, the student learns the functions and locations of the major body systems including the skeletal, nervous, endocrine, reproductive, muscular, respiratory, and skeletal systems. The student also learns body planes, directional terms, composition of bone, and types of joints. This segment is taught at the familiarity level. B) Oral Pathology: In this course of study, the student learns to define and identify types of oral lesions, warning signs, how to prevent, and prognosis of cancers, categories of diagnostic information, and to identify lesions. Students learn to describe conditions and disorders that affect the oral cavity. Students also learn to recognize abnormal conditions and identify pathological conditions, and how these conditions could affect the health of the patient. This segment is taught at the familiarity level. C) Pharmacology & Therapeutics: In this course of study, the student learns the principles of pharmacology, terminology related to drugs and drug use, and to identify the routes of administration. Students learn the classification of drugs, types of drugs, drug reference materials, and parts and use of prescriptions. Drug addictions including opioids and other substances will be discussed. This segment is taught at the familiarity level.

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11:30A-02:30P

11:30A 02:30P

ONLINE

ONLINE

Jan 4 - Mar 15 ONLINE KENDRICK S

$20.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $20/CR ; $12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

DENTAL ASSISTANT

DENT 151 - PREVENTIVE DENTISTRY & NUTRITION - 2.0 credits

In this course of study, the student receives a thorough insight into preventive dentistry, the importance of good oral hygiene, how to promote preventive dentistry in the office, and procedures to control the patient's dental health. The student also obtains an understanding of nutrition as it relates to the patient's medical and dental health. Students give preventive oral hygiene instructions and nutrition counseling to patients based on the new USDA food pyramid. Preventive dentistry is taught at the in-depth level. Nutrition is taught at the familiarity level.

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08:00A-02:30P

B110

Mar 9 - Mar 22 FACE-TO-FACE KENDRICK S

$20.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $20/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

DENTAL ASSISTANT

DENT 153 - RADIOLOGY I - 3.0 credits

This course includes radiation, physics, hygiene and safety/aseptic technique information. It provides information in exposing diagnostic radiographs using the paralleling and bisecting techniques and occlusal films, as well as panoramic and digital radiographs. Maintaining x-ray equipment, processing, mounting and evaluating radiographs is taught. This course is taught at the in-depth level.

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08:00A-02:00P

08:00A 02:30P

ONLINE

B101

Jan 24 - Feb 14 HYBRID BERRYSMITH C

$20.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $20/CR ; $62.00 Per Course -DOSIMETER BADGE FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

DENTAL ASSISTANT

DENT 154 - RADIOLOGY II - 2.0 credits

This course provides information and practicum in placing, exposing, processing, mounting, and evaluating radiographs on manikins (DXTTR units). Student expose radiographs using the paralleling technique and take bitewings, periapical, occlusal and panographic films in conventional and/or digital processes. Aseptic techniques and professionalism are evaluated. This course is taught at the in-depth level. PREREQUISITE(S): DENT 153.

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08:00A-11:00A

B101

Jan 4 - Mar 7 FACE-TO-FACE KENDRICK S

$20.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $20/CR ; $270.00 Per Course -DANB2-RADIOLOGY Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

DENTAL ASSISTANT

DENT 171 - INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATIONS - 2.0 credits

In the course of study, the student receives an understanding of intrapersonal and interpersonal effectiveness with an emphasis on communication, motivation, leadership, self-development, personal attitude and professionalism. The student further learns human relations in the workplace including the study of behavior, personality, self-management, self-development, self-esteem, assertiveness and tact. Psychology of patient management, the mind, mental processes, feelings and desires are also discussed. Concepts of culture, ethnicity, race, professional attitudes, cultural diversity and how to recognize and react to harassment.

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08:00A-02:30P

ONLINE

Feb 28 - Mar 21 ONLINE BERRYSMITH C

; $12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

E-LEARNING

ELEA 102 - COURSE DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION - .0 credits

This class will focus on creating course design for student success. From navigational concerns to alignment of course and unit objectives, students will begin the process of course layout. 3 Continuing Education Units.

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Jan 20 - Mar 3 ONLINE FALCONER E

$175.00 Per Course -STU FUND-ELEARN Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

E-LEARNING

ELEA 103 - REACHING EVERY LEARNER - .0 credits

This course will explore ways to keep our diverse and busy adult students engaged and motivated by creating pathways to success. Utilizing a variety of readings and activities, students will discover methods for creating an effective and relevant online class. 3 Continuing Education Units.

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Jan 20 - Mar 3 ONLINE FALCONER E

$175.00 Per Course -STU FUND-ELEARN Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

EARLY CHILDHOOD ED

ECC 192 - PRACTICUM II - 4.0 credits

Explore the foundations of child development and the relationship between children, families and the community. Apply skills in observation and assessment to prepare appropriate learning opportunities and measure language and literacy development. NOTE: The outcomes and competencies are based on the Washington State Core Competencies for Early Childhood Professionals.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE INGE H

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

EARLY CHILDHOOD ED

ECC 193 - PRACTICUM III - 4.0 credits

Explore the foundations of child development and identify the signs that might indicate a child has special needs. Apply skills in establishing a safe, healthy and effective learning environment, with appropriate materials and activities that supports all children. Investigate and reflect on what culture is, and how to create an anti-bias environment and approach to teaching children. NOTE: The outcomes and competencies are based on the Washington State Core Competencies for Early Care and Education Professionals.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE INGE H

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

EARLY CHILDHOOD ED

ECC 290 - PRACTICUM IV - IMPLEMENTING DAP - 5.0 credits

In an early learning setting, students will apply best practices for engaging in nurturing relationships with children. The focus will be on keeping children healthy and safe while promoting growth and development.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE INGE H

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

EARLY CHILDHOOD ED

ECED&105 - INTRODUCTION TO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION - 5.0 credits

Explore the foundations of early childhood education. Examine theories defining the field, issues, trends, best practices, and program models. Observe children, professionals and programs in action.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE FAVRE B

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

EARLY CHILDHOOD ED

ECED&107 - HEALTH, SAFETY AND NUTRITION - 5.0 credits

Introduction to implementation of equitable health, safety and nutrition standards for the growing child in group care. Focus on federal Child Care Block Grant funding (CCDF) requirements, WA state licensing and Head Start Performance standards. Develop skills necessary to keep children healthy and safe, report abuse and neglect, and connect families to community resources.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE FAVRE B

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

EARLY CHILDHOOD ED

ECED&120 - PRACTICUM - NURTURING RELATIONSHIPS - 2.0 credits

In an early learning setting, engage in establishing nurturing, supportive relationships with all children and professional peers. Focus on children's health & safety, promoting growth & development, and creating culturally responsive environment.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE INGE H

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

EARLY CHILDHOOD ED

ECED&170 - LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS - 3.0 credits

This class focuses on the adult's role in designing, evaluating, and improving indoor and outdoor environments that ensure quality learning, nurturing experiences, and optimize the development of young children.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE WESTLING S

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available

 

EARLY CHILDHOOD ED

EDUC&115 - CHILD DEVELOPMENT - 5.0 credits

Build foundation for explaining how children develop in all domains, conception through early adolescence. Explore various developmental theories, methods for documenting growth, and impact of brain development. Topics addressed: stress, trauma, culture, race, gender identity, socioeconomic status, family status, language, and health issues.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE FAVRE B

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

EARLY CHILDHOOD ED

EDUC&130 - GUIDING BEHAVIOR - 3.0 credits

Examine the principles and theories promoting social competence in young children and creating safe learning environments. Develop skills promoting effective interactions, providing positive individual guidance, and enhancing group experiences.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE FAVRE B

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

EARLY CHILDHOOD ED

EDUC&150 - CHILD, FAMILY AND COMMUNITY - 3.0 credits

Integrate the family and community contexts in which a child develops. Explore cultures and demographics of families in society, community resources, strategies for involving families in the education of their child, and tools for effective communication.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE STENSLIE K

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available

 

ECONOMICS

ECON&202 - MACROECONOMICS - 5.0 credits

Macroeconomics focuses on the national economy the determination of the national income level, economic growth and prosperity, government spending and taxation, money and banking, analysis of employment, inflation, aggregate output and economic growth, and fiscal and monetary policy tools including the intended and unintended effects of government policies including the effects of both demand-side and supply-side fiscal and monetary policies on the economy. General education distribution area: Social Science.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE STAFF

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

ENGINEER DESIGN TECH

DFT 113 - INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN - 5.0 credits

This course provides a thorough introduction to the applications and uses of AutoCAD in the industrial manufacturing environment. Students learn PC workstation components, configuration and command structure, pull down menus and special access commands, geometric construction, dimensioning, and drawing editing.

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11:00A-01:00P

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE BIELL M

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available Low-Cost Textbook ($50 or less)

 

ENGINEER DESIGN TECH

DFT 117 - INTRODUCTION TO BIM APPLICATIONS - 5.0 credits

This class provides an introduction to the use of Revit Architecture, including the production of floor, framing and site plans, elevations, sections, basic electrical, window and door schedules, perspectives, and cover pages. COREQUISITE(S): DFT 121.

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09:00A-10:50A

ONLINE

Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE BIELL M

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

ENGINEER DESIGN TECH

DFT 121 - COMMERCIAL ARCHITECTURE - 5.0 credits

Students are instructed in architectural drafting including drafting techniques, floor, framing and site plans, elevations, sections, basic mechanical (electrical), schedules and specifications, and building codes. COREQUISITE(S): DFT 117.

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11:00A-01:00P

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE BIELL M

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

ENGINEER DESIGN TECH

DFT 201 - GEOMETRIC DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING - 2.0 credits

In this course, you will learn how mechanical products are controlled with tolerances to ensure that every part in a product works as it should. Geometric tolerances have shape and better match the design intent of products than traditional plus minus tolerancing. You will not only learn how to interpret geometric tolerances but how to apply them and design tolerance gauges from them. GD&T is difficult at first but makes product design so much simpler and easier when you get it!

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06:00P-08:00P

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE HORTMAN M

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

ENGINEER DESIGN TECH

DFT 213 - PARAMETRIC MODELING - 5.0 credits

In this course you will learn how to use parametric design software for mechanical design and data package completion. Parametric modeling is 3D modeling based on design parameters and constraints. SolidWorks is the software of choice in this class due to its widespread use around the globe. You will explore part and assembly modeling in depth and seek industry certification at the end of the course to prove your competency.

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06:00P-08:00P

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE HORTMAN M

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

ENGINEER DESIGN TECH

DFT 220 - MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL, AND PLUMBING SYSTEMS - 4.0 credits

This course covers the basics of modeling the assembly for each system and its functionality throughout the model. Students learn the process of distributing the architectural model to various design departments responsible for adding the mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems (MEP). PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of DFT 117 with a 2.0 or higher.

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$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

ENGINEER DESIGN TECH

DFT 294 - ENGINEERING DESIGN TECHNOLOGY COOP EDUC (OPTION) - 5.0 credits

This course provides the option of cooperative/internship training in drafting, within the prescribed hours of the student's program of study. Instructor approval is required, and the experience can be either paid or unpaid.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE HORTMAN M

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

ENGINEER DESIGN TECH

DFT 296 - ENGINEERING DESIGN TECHNOLOGY INTERNSHIP - 10.0 credits

This course provides the option of cooperative/internship training in drafting, within the prescribed hours of the student's program of study. Instructor approval is required, and the experience can be either paid or unpaid.

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ENGLISH

ENGL 075 - BUSINESS ENGLISH - 4.0 credits

This course provides students with comprehensive coverage of basic English grammar and mechanics. Students learn the rules of proper punctuation, capitalization, sentence structure and various other elements associated with successful business correspondence.

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08:00P-09:00P

H203

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX HAWKINS C

$15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available

 

ENGLISH

ENGL&101 - ENGLISH COMPOSITION I - 5.0 credits

This college-level writing course develops a wide range of expository writing and critical-thinking skills, including audience awareness, persuasive purpose, independent editing, and resource and literacy analysis. Students incorporate composition ideas from primary experience and secondary sources. Students learn and demonstrate skills in integrating and documenting into their writing researched materials, according to an academically-recognized style, such as APA, Chicago, or MLA. Students revise drafts based on constructive comments offered by their peers and instructor. Upon successful completion of the course, students are able to write essays (of at least 1,000 words), demonstrating the conventions of standard written English. General education distribution area: Communication. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of COMP 100 with a 2.0 or higher, or recommended placement from the directed self-placement test.

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10:00A-11:50A

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$15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available
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H303

Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID STAFF

$15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available
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08:00A-09:50A

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID HIGGINS K

$15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available
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Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX STAFF

$15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available
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ENGLISH

ENGL&102 - COMPOSITION II - 5.0 credits

This course helps students develop ideas to guide research, to gather information from the library, internet, experts and other sources, and to judge the quality of the information. They learn to use ideas from a large number of sources as evidence in essays and longer research papers. General education distribution area: Communication. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of ENGL& 101 with a 2.0 or higher.

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ENGLISH

ENGL&111 - INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE - 5.0 credits

An analysis and critical understanding of selected literature across genres, locales and eras. Themes include family, faith, good and evil, the individual and society, cultural identity and gender. Students explore elements of plot, theme, setting and character development. Exams and essays based on readings. General education distribution area: Humanities.

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GEOLOGY

GEOL&101 - INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL GEOLOGY - 5.0 credits

Examines geologic processes that shape the Earth. Emphasis is placed on understanding the language and methods of science as applied to our changing planet. Students develop critical thinking skills and apply them to regional geology. Topics include earthquakes, volcanism, glaciers, rivers, and structure of the Earth. May include field trips. Includes laboratory. General education distribution area: Natural Science, with lab.

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HISTORY

HIST 110 - SURVEY OF AMERICAN HISTORY - 5.0 credits

This survey course examines the creation and evolution of the United States beginning with the histories of pre-contact native peoples and continuing through the present time. Through the exploration of key figures, eras and events, students develop historical thinking skills, draw conclusions from competing and contradictory sources, and recognize the role of perspective in historical documentation. General education distribution area: Social Science or Humanities.

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08:00A-09:50A

H202

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX STAFF

$15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

HISTORY

HIST&126 - WORLD CIVILIZATION I - 5.0 credits

This course examines the development of civilizations from prehistoric through the beginning of the Middle Ages. It emphasizes economic, social and political global perspectives by studying worldviews and systems of thought. General education distribution area: Social Science or Humanities. PREREQUISITE(S): Eligible for COMP 100 or instructor's permission.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE STAFF

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

HUMANITIES

HUM& 101 - INTRODUCTION TO HUMANITIES - 5.0 credits

This course takes an interdisciplinary approach to the visual, performing and literary arts. Students explore cultural and political contexts, as well as aesthetics principles, of arts around the world. Emphasis is placed on discovery, analysis, and appreciation of diverse works from areas like the fine arts, theater, music, architecture, literature, philosophy, and/or religion. General education distribution area: Humanities.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE STAFF

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 25 Seats Available OER (no textbook to purchase)

 

INDUSTRIAL FIRST AID

INDS 101 - FIRST AID/CPR & AED - 1.0 credits

This course teaches students to effectively recognize and treat in the critical minutes until Emergency Medical Services (EMS) arrive. Includes general principles of first aid, medical emergencies, injury emergencies, environmental emergencies, blood borne pathogens and safety precautions. Upon completion of written exam and skills evaluation, an AHA card issued. This course is approved by OSHA, WISHA (Labor and Industries).

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE TRINH W

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 22 Seats Available

 

LEGAL ASSISTANT

LGL 101 - INTRODUCTION TO THE LEGAL PROFESSION - 5.0 credits

Students will learn about the organization of legal offices including the values and ethics required for employment. Students will practice client service skills and the expectations of the hiring managers and lawyers in the firm.

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06:00P-07:00P

09:00A 10:00A

H203

H203

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX HAWKINS C

$5.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $5/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available

 

LEGAL ASSISTANT

LGL 105 - LEGAL KEYBOARDING - 1.0 credits

This course prepares students to use computers in a legal setting by improving existing keyboarding skills through extensive, focused practice at a computer keyboard. Speed with accuracy is emphasized and applied to standard business documents. PREREQUISITE(S): Ability to type 30 wpm (tested on first day of class).

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE HAWKINS C

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available

 

LEGAL ASSISTANT

LGL 108 - LAW OFFICE PROCEDURES I - 5.0 credits

Students learn procedures for effectively managing time, prioritizing tasks, and calendaring appointments and case events. Students also learn techniques and procedures for handling telephone and receptionist duties including opening and closing client files. Students become familiar with ARMA indexing rules and records management including effectively organizing and filing paper and electronic files, indexing pleadings, and handling exhibits.

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07:00P-08:00P

10:00A 11:00A

H203

H203

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX HAWKINS C

$5.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $5/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available

 

LEGAL ASSISTANT

LGL 128 - OFFICE APPLICATIONS II - 4.0 credits

Students will learn concepts of basic spreadsheet applications including inserting formulas in a worksheet, formatting and enhancing a worksheet, moving and maintaining a workbook, creating charts and inserting formulas, and adding visual interest to workbooks.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE HAWKINS C

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available

 

LEGAL ASSISTANT

LGL 140 - TECHNOLOGY IN THE LAW OFFICE - 4.0 credits

Students examine technologies, software, and practices used in law offices such as case and document management tasks, time and billing software, docket/calendar control, and electronic court filing procedures. Students perform hands-on activities using Access to enter data into database tables, create reports and labels, and perform simple queries. Also, students gain hands-on experience using Outlook for e-mailing, calendaring, managing tasks, and creating and maintaining contact lists.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE HAWKINS C

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available

 

LEGAL ASSISTANT

LGL 199 - FIELD EXPERIENCE - 5.0 credits

Students who are qualified shall participate in a paid or unpaid internship or field experience. Students may gain on-the-job experience by applying directly to law firms, government agencies, legal aid organizations, etc. and then working or volunteering part-time. Students may receive credit for work appropriate to their training.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE HAWKINS C

$12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 24 Seats Available

 

MACHINING TECH

MTEC 100 - MACHINING ESSENTIALS - 7.0 credits

This is a preparatory course for the Machining Technologies or Precision Machining Technologies programs. Topics include shop safety; quality; mechanical aptitude; materials; blueprint reading; precision measurement; and an introduction to machinery as applied to real-world manufacturing. This course includes CPR & First Aid certifications. It also explores occupations and related training options available in the Puget Sound Aerospace & Manufacturing sectors.

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11:30A-01:30P

08:30A 11:30P

F107

Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID PHILLIPS V

$15.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $15/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

MACHINING TECH

MTEC 111 - BLUEPRINT READING I - 4.0 credits

This is the first course on the fundamentals of creating and interpreting blueprints and/or engineering drawings. This first course includes basic concepts such as line types, orthographic projection, dimensions, and tolerances.

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08:00A-12:00P

F102

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE SCHOENMAKERS

$15.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $15/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

MACHINING TECH

MTEC 113 - BLUEPRINT READING II - 4.0 credits

This is the second course on the fundamentals of creating and interpreting blueprints and/or engineering drawings. In this course, students apply proper conventions and interpret more advanced drawing layout and specifications. After completion, students will receive an 80 hours of blueprint training card. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of MTEC 111 with a 2.0 or higher.

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12:30P-04:30P

F102

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE SCHOENMAKERS

$15.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $15/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

MACHINING TECH

MTEC 121 - MACHINING FUNDAMENTALS-LATHE AND MILL - 8.0 credits

This is an introductory machine shop class utilizing conventional lathes and mills in a fully equipped manufacturing facility. Skills taught and practiced include inside and outside turning, knurling, parting, drilling, boring, milling, and calculating speeds and feeds. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of MTEC 100 with a 2.0 or higher.

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08:00A-02:30P

F104

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE SCHOENMAKERS

$15.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $15/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

MACHINING TECH

MTEC 140 - GEOMETRIC DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING I - 4.0 credits

This is the first course in a two-course series that deals with basic geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T) methods as interpreted in American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Y14.5M. Students learn to read and understand geometric tolerancing symbols and terms.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE STAFF

$15.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $15/CR ; $12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

MACHINING TECH

MTEC 141 - GEOMETRIC DIMENSIONING AND TOLERANCING II - 4.0 credits

This is the second course in a two-course series that deals with basic geometric dimensioning and tolerancing (GD&T) methods as interpreted in American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Y14.5M. In this second course, students learn to read and understand more advanced geometric tolerancing symbols and terms. After completion, students will receive an 80 hours of GD&T training card. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of MTEC 140 with a 2.0 or higher.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE STAFF

$15.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $15/CR ; $12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

MACHINING TECH

MTEC 160 - MATH FOR MACHINE TECHNOLOGY I - 5.0 credits

This is an introductory course combining basic algebra and geometry concepts as applied in machining and manufacturing. The use of and transformation of algebraic formulas is emphasized. Geometric principles are taught and applied to: triangles, polygons, circles, arcs, angles, tangents, areas, volumes, and geometric constructions. Students learn to convert measurements in all 3 dimensions without conversion factors. In this course students practice repeated application of math skills essential to both the machining and CNC programming. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of MTEC 161 with a 2.0 or higher.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE FULLER B

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MACHINING TECH

MTEC 161 - MATH FOR MANUFACTURING - 4.0 credits

In this course, students develop basic math skills that are the foundation for calculations and problem solving in the manufacturing industry. Topics include fractions, decimals, metric conversions, tolerances, and an introduction to basic geometry, angular measure, and dimensional analysis. Mathematics as a form of communication is emphasized.

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12:30P-01:45P

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID MULLINS-SUSS

$15.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $15/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

MACHINING TECH

MTEC 162 - ALGEBRA FOR MACHINE TECHNOLOGY - 5.0 credits

This course covers the application of trigonometry to problems in precision machining and computer numerical control (CNC). It includes an introduction and analysis of trigonometric functions, basic calculations of missing sides or angles of triangles in order to find manufacturing dimensions. Other practical machine applications include finding measurement over wires, sine bar and gauge block calculation and corresponding indicator check. It culminates with higher level applications using trigonometry to determine point plots for CNC machining. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of MTEC 160 with a 2.0 or higher.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE FULLER B

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MACHINING TECH

MTEC 171 - COMMUNICATIONS I - 1.0 credits

This is the first course in a three-course series in which students develop effective communication skills for job search and the workplace. This first course emphasizes basic communication skills (reading, writing, listening and speaking) as applied to manufacturing topics.

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02:00P-02:30P

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID MULLINS-SUSS

$15.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $15/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

MACHINING TECH

MTEC 172 - COMMUNICATIONS II - 1.0 credits

This is the second course in a three-course series in which students develop effective communication skills for the workplace. Students research, write, and present technical reports. They practice daily interpersonal communication skills through formal and informal oral presentations to the class and instructors. They take responsibility for their own learning by actively using various resources to improve their communication skills. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of MTEC 171 with a 2.0 or higher.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE FULLER B

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MACHINING TECH

MTEC 173 - COMMUNICATIONS III - 1.0 credits

This is the third course in a three-course series in which students develop effective communication skills for job search and the workplace. Students research, write, and present technical reports, and they develop resumes and other job search documents. They practice daily interpersonal communication skills through formal and informal oral presentations to the class and instructors. They take responsibility for their own learning by actively using various resources to improve their communication skills. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of MTEC 172 with a 2.0 or higher.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE FULLER B

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MACHINING TECH

MTEC 185 - HUMAN RELATIONS - 2.0 credits

Students are introduced to fundamental human relations skills and problem-solving strategies in the workplace. Focus is on the importance of maintaining positive and compassionate relationships in a diverse workplace and functioning as an effective and inclusive member of work teams.

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02:00P-02:30P

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID MULLINS-SUSS

$15.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $15/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

MACHINING TECH

MTEC 231 - CNC MILL SETUP & OPERATION - 8.0 credits

This is an introductory course in the set-up and operation of CNC mills. Using offsets, speeds, and feeds are strongly emphasized. General G&M codes are introduced for HAAS and FANUC controls. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of MTEC 100 with a 2.0 or higher.

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08:00A 11:00A

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID STAFF

$15.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $15/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

MACHINING TECH

MTEC 232 - CNC LATHE SETUP & OPERATION - 8.0 credits

This is an introductory course in the set-up and operation of CNC lathes. Students will learn how to set work & tool offsets, calculate speeds & feeds for turning centers, and how to inspect and check machined parts. General G&M codes are introduced for HAAS and FANUC turning controls. After completion of this course, students will earn more than 80 hours of CNC machine time and a certificate as a CNC Machine Operator I. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of MTEC 100 with a 2.0 or higher.

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12:00P 03:00P

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ONLINE

Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID STAFF

$15.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $15/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

MACHINING TECH

MTEC 236 - MACHINING PROJECTS - 8.0 credits

This is a project-based manufacturing lab class in which students apply knowledge and skills from the Machine Technology courses. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of MTEC 121, MTEC 231, and MTEC 232 with a 2.0 or higher.

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08:00A-02:30P

F104

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FACE-TO-FACE SCHOENMAKERS

$15.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $15/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

MASSAGE THERAPY

MAST 111 - MASSAGE TECHNIQUES II - 3.0 credits

Students are introduced to and begin to compare the vast array of massage modalities. The benefits and physiological effects of each modality are discussed at various times during Massage Techniques I, II and Injury Evaluation and Treatment I and II. Instructors will teach: reflexology, hot stone massage, hydrotherapy, myofascial release (MFR), deep tissue massage, trigger point release, seated massage, pregnancy massage, sport's massage and other non-Swedish western techniques. The exact timing varies depending on the best approach to teach each particular group of students. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of MAST 101 with a 2.7 or higher.

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10:00A-02:30P

B102

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX SKOCZEN Z

$20.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $20/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

MASSAGE THERAPY

MAST 112 - ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY II - 3.0 credits

This course gives students a working knowledge of the terminology, structure and function of the human body, with a foundational introduction of the following systems: nervous, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, and endocrine. This course explores anatomy and physiology's relevance to massage including how massage affects the physiology of these systems. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of MAST 102 with a 2.7 or higher.

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10:00A-12:00P

B102

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX SKOCZEN Z

$20.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $20/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

MASSAGE THERAPY

MAST 113 - KINESIOLOGY II - 2.0 credits

This course of study provides the student with an applicable, working knowledge of the principles of movement in the human body. Included is the study of bones, boney landmarks, joint structure and function with an in-depth study of the muscles of the following regions: gluteal, thigh and lower leg, feet, the upper arm and forearm. Students further develop foundational palpation skills learning to differentiate the qualities of different types of connective tissues. Students also learn to use passive and active range of motion to assess the quality of movement in the areas listed above. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of MAST 103 with a 2.7 or higher.

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12:30P-02:30P

B102

Jan 4 - Mar 23 FLEX SKOCZEN Z

$20.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $20/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

MASSAGE THERAPY

MAST 114 - PATHOLOGY II - 3.0 credits

In this course, students receive a thorough introduction to human disease, with focus on contraindications, indications, and treatment guidelines for pathologies of the central nervous system, respiratory system, circulatory system and digestive system. PREREQUISITE(S): Completion of MAST 104 with a 2.7 or higher.

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Jan 4 - Mar 23 ONLINE SKOCZEN Z

$20.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $20/CR ; $12.00 Per Course -ONLINE ELEARNING FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

MASSAGE THERAPY

MAST 116 - INJURY EVALUATION AND TREATMENT I - 2.0 credits

This course focuses on treatment work. Students gain experience in consultation, postural assessment, range of motion testing and specific treatment approaches to musculoskeletal conditions. Students complete a case study that incorporates documentation and billing. Students discuss the factors, classifications, and structures involved in pain. Students demonstrate knowledge of concepts related to the acute, subacute, and maturation stage of healing. Students also gain literacy in research terminology and are able to discuss the results of massage research studies.

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B102

Jan 4 - Mar 23 HYBRID SKOCZEN Z

$20.00 Per Credit -SUPPLY FEE $20/CR ; $15.00 Per Course -WEB ENH/HYB ELEARN FEE Open 0 Enrolled / 20 Seats Available

 

MASSAGE THERAPY

MAST 127 - FIRST AID/CPR AND SAFETY - 2.0 credits

This course covers one- and two-person adult, child and infant CPR. Students practice caring for persons with foreign body airway obstruction (FBAO), pocket mask, bag valve mask, personal barriers techniques and use of Automated External Defibrillator (AED). The course teaches to effectively recognize and treat in critical minutes until Emergency Medical Services (EMS) arrive. Topics include: general first aid principles, medical emergencies, injury, environmental emergencies, and blood borne pathogens. This course is approved by OSHA, WISHA (Labor and Industries) for healthcare providers. An AHA card is issued upon successful completion of a written exam and skills evaluation.

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