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AAA - Advancing Academic Achievement

AAA 109 - Advanced Academic Achievement
Examines theories and practices associated with successful learning to enhance college success. Recommended for new and returning students, this course study areas including education and career planning, effective communication, personal management, critical and creative thinking, development of community and awareness of diversity, leadership, and techniques for successful academic performance. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6244. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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3.00 TBA Online 20 13 7 Pearson, Denise 05/26-08/04


AEC - Arch Eng/Construction Mgmt

AEC 280 - Internship
Provides students with the opportunity to supplement coursework with practical work experience related to their educational program. Students work under the immediate supervision of experienced personnel at the business location and with the direct guidance of the instructor. Instructor permission required. One to six credits.
Department contact: ATTC 224, 339-6536. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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CLOSED 10366
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6.00 TBA Online 3 3 0 Mangin, L. 05/26-08/04


AGP - Agriculture Production

AGP 280 - Production Ag Internship
May be waived if the student exhibits substantial knowledge and understanding of production agriculture in his first term of OJT and through written documentation of work experience at the time of waiver application. One to twelve credits.
Department contact: ATTC 224, 339-6536 or FLPL 114A, 303-718-5911. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information

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Started 10072
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5.00 TBA Zoom Video Conferencing 10 1 9 McFarland, Amy 05/26-08/04


AIMS - Orientations/Wrkshps_noncredit

AIMS 1089 - Time-Management
Academic achievement takes time and you have to get a lot done in a short amount of time. Learn how to manage your time and behavior with these strategies including the 8-8-8 formula for effective time management. Non-credit.

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Started 10597
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0.00 TBA Online 150 2 148 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1090 - Study Tip & Note Taking Strtgs
Learn proven reading, studying, and note-taking strategies for optimal performance in lectures and on exams. Get the skills to demonstrate mastery of course material and showcase what you have learned to your instructors. Non-credit.

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Started 10598
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0.00 TBA Online 150 0 150 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1091 - How to Reduce Text Anxiety
The first half of this session covers text anxiety - what it is, how it affects you and what you can do to overcome it. Part two gives you tips for taking multiple choice tests including how to apply specific strategies based on the style of the question. Non-credit.

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Started 10599
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0.00 TBA Online 150 0 150 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1092 - Discover Your Learning Style
This interactive workshop will help you discover your unique learning style and provide study strategies tailored just for you. Whether you learn best by seeing, hearing, or doing, you'll refine your skills and be better prepared to tackle the challenges of college courses! Non-credit.

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0.00 TBA Online 150 0 150 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1103 - Success Tips - Online Course
Learn if online learning is right for you. These 10 key strategies will help you succeed in your online course and show you how to manage your time in the online environment, define study schedules, and more. Non-credit.

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Started 10601
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0.00 TBA Online 150 4 146 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1104 - Exam Prep & Test Strategies
Learn the 5-step exam preparation process along with strategies for taking different kinds of tests. Apply these immediately to succeed during your next exam! Non-credit.

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Started 10602
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0.00 TBA Online 150 0 150 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1105 - Financial Literacy
Take an active role in managing your finances with these 10 essential money management skills. Integrate these skills into your daily routine to become financially independent. Non-credit.

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Started 10603
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0.00 TBA Online 150 0 150 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1106 - Learning Student Strategies
Do you know the difference between studying and learning? Learn how to use metacognition when studying and how the study cycle learning strategy can help you move to higher learning levels. Non-credit.

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Started 10604
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0.00 TBA Online 150 0 150 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1107 - Stay Motivated - Online Course
Get the practical tips and strategies to stay focused and motivated while taking classes online. Learn how to break down large tasks into smaller, more manageable steps, how to effectively communicate with your instructor, how to forge a relationship with online classmates and teachers, and more. Non-credit.

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Started 10605
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0.00 TBA Online 150 2 148 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1108 - Online Tests Success Strtgies
Know what you need to know about the test before you take it as well as the importance of location. Learn why taking notes during the test is an effective strategy and the importance of "R & R" (relax and review). Non-credit.

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Started 10609
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0.00 TBA Online 150 0 150 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1109 - Overcoming Procrastination
Combat procrastination by knowing the thoughts, feelings, and attitudes that fuel it. If you can't seem to get motivated, chek out these solutions while identifying anti-procrastination behaviors and habits. Non-credit.

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Started 10610
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0.00 TBA Online 150 0 150 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1110 - Stress Mgmt Techniques
Your everyday choices affect your health and well-being. Learn how the dimensions of wellness - physical, emotional, intellectual, spiritual and social - combine together to form balance or imbalance. Non-credit.

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Started 10611
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0.00 TBA Online 150 1 149 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1111 - Get to Know Your Instructors
Analyze scenarios that help foster relationship-building strategies between faculty, staff, administration, and students while keeping relationship boundaries healthy. Non-credit.

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Started 10612
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0.00 TBA Online 150 0 150 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1123 - Exploring Careers & Majors
This session provides you opportunities to assess your interests, skills, and talents and to then understand how your unique characteristics relate to careers. Non-credit.

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Started 10613
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0.00 TBA Online 150 0 150 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1124 - Mastering the Job Interview
Learn how to connect with the interviewer, express yourself confidently and distinguish yourself from other candidates. Session includes clips of successful and unsuccessful interviews and an action plan to prep for future interviews. Non-credit.

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Started 10614
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0.00 TBA Online 150 0 150 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1125 - Maximizing College Experience
This lively and engaging presentation will help you "live large" and maximize your college experience to succeed after graduation. Non-credit.

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Started 10615
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0.00 TBA Online 150 0 150 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1126 - Successful College Student
Explore the attitudes and habits that contribute to academic success and achievement. "Make friends" with campus resources, departments, professors, and programs that support you. Non-credit.

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Started 10616
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0.00 TBA Online 150 0 150 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1127 - Write Resumes & Cover Letters
Learn how to create a more effective cover letter and resume that will stand out to potential employers. Learn how to organize the information, be concise, utilize effective action and express yourself professionally. Non-credit.

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Started 10617
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0.00 TBA Online 150 0 150 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1128 - Understanding Plagiarism
Learn what it means to quote, summarize and paraphrase appropriately, what types of information must be cited, and how citation systems work. Non-credit.

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Started 10618
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0.00 TBA Online 150 0 150 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1129 - Online:Reading & Writing Strgs
Communication is key, especially for online learning. Learn how to write discussion postings, respond to peers and professors via email, as well as reading strategies for the online environment. Non-credit.

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Started 10619
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0.00 TBA Online 150 1 149 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1130 - Developing a Thesis Statement
A thesis statement is one of the most important parts of a good essay, and writing a good one can be confusing. Using a narrative essay as the context, you'll get clear instructions for designing an effective thesis statement. Non-credit.

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Started 10620
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0.00 TBA Online 150 0 150 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1131 - Draft:Intro, Body, Conclusions
Once the work of prewriting is done, the process of drafting begins. Learn ways to organize body paragraphs for flow and coherence as well as three strategies to write an effective conclusion. Non-credit.

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Started 10621
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0.00 TBA Online 150 0 150 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1132 - Pre-Writing Techniques
The real work of writing a paper is in generating ideas, choosing the best ideas and focusing the ideas. Learn several methods of pre-writing designed to make the process of writing papers more effective. Non-credit.

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0.00 TBA Online 150 0 150 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1133 - Reading Comprehension Strtgs
Textbooks are packed with information and it is often hard to figure out what is important and what isn't. Learn how to chunk a text for the big picture and annotate for key details (and stay awake while doing it!). Non-credit.

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Started 10623
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0.00 TBA Online 150 0 150 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1134 - Proofread & Edit Your Writing
There are differences between the processes of revising and the processes of editing and proofreading. Learn effective strategies for both stages of writing. Non-credit.

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Started 10624
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0.00 TBA Online 150 0 150 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1135 - Navigating Financial Aid
Learn the basics of the financial aid application process, how to evaluate financial aid packages, the top 10 steps to staying on top of the financial aid process, and more. Non-credit.

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Started 10625
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0.00 TBA Online 150 0 150 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1144 - Well-Being, Balance, & Success
When you know how to care for your personal well-being, you are better equipped to adapt and thrive in college. Learn how to develop a sense of well-being to embrace change, take action toward your dreams, and live a life of integrity. Non-credit.

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Started 10626
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0.00 TBA Online 150 1 149 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1145 - How to Overcome Math Anxiety
Assess your level of math anxiety, explore effective methods that counteract this type of anxiety in order to be successful in math, and identify the proper steps that can be taken to avoid math anxiety before it begins. Non-credit.

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Started 10627
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0.00 TBA Online 150 0 150 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1146 - Create College Bucket List
Learn how to maximize your potential by taking a personal inventory of what success means to you. Take advantage of the many "extra" opportunities that the college experience affords. Non-credit.

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Started 10628
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0.00 TBA Online 150 1 149 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1147 - Succeed in Your Math Class
Achieve maximum success in your math classes! You'll learn concepts (and see examples) for proper note-taking, test preparation, comprehension vs. memorization, avoiding procrastination, and leveraging resources. Non-credit.

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0.00 TBA Online 150 0 150 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1148 - Setting Realistic Goals
We aren't born knowing how to set effective goals, but it is a skill that can be learned. Understand the goal-setting process and implement it as a tool to reach your potential and achieve your educational goals. Non-credit.

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0.00 TBA Online 150 1 149 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1149 - Develop Cross-Cultural Skills
Learn how to increase your cultural responsiveness by gaining insight into your values and evaluate your perceptions about those who are different from you. Identify strategies for becoming more culturally responsive and inclusive now and in the future. Non-credit.

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Started 10631
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0.00 TBA Online 150 0 150 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1167 - Success for First Generation
First generation college students may experience different challenges than students who have family members that have attended and completed a college degree or certificate. Learn strategies to prepare for life after college, whether you choose to go straight into the world of work or continue your education. Non-credit.

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Started 10632
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0.00 TBA Online 150 1 149 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1168 - Mental Health 101: Resources
Many students struggle with depressions and anxiety every day that interfere with their ability to succeed academically, personally, and socially. You will learn the practical steps to respond to mental health crisis. Non-credit.

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Started 10633
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0.00 TBA Online 150 0 150 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1169 - Emotional Intelligence
Learn about emotional intelligence: the key skills, abilities, and competencies that help you in your personal and professional life. You will gain insight into the dimensions of self-awareness, self-management, self-regulation, and motivation. Non-credit.

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Started 10634
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0.00 TBA Online 150 0 150 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1170 - The Do's and Don'ts
This workshop reviews ethical standards with personal and academic integrity. You will learn about different forms of academic dishonesty and campus resources to help you make good choices as a student and a professional. Non-credit.

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Started 10635
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0.00 TBA Online 150 2 148 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1171 - Master College Research
Learn about information sources (books, journal articles, websites, blogs, social media), and how you will use sources for class assignments, professional research, or in your personal life. Non-credit.

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Started 10636
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0.00 TBA Online 150 0 150 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1172 - 10 Habits of Mind for Success
This workshop explores the ten habits of mind that promote the psychological mindsets and behaviors that cultivate success in college and in life. These habits have the potential to shape both your academic and social engagement, and lifelong success. Non-credit.

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Started 10637
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0.00 TBA Online 150 11 139 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1173 - Difference - HS & College
This session will explore the transition from high school to college. You will be challenged to rethink your attitudes and behaviors towards learning. You will learn about the changes needed to meet the increased academic demands of college, and you will feel more prepared as you join this new scholarly community.

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Started 10638
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0.00 TBA Online 150 0 150 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1209 - Class Expectations & Behaviors
Transitioning from high school to college successfully includes preparing for new expectations in the classroom. This workshop provides an overview of the differences between high school and college and focuses on what you can do to make the most of your academics. We will cover what professors expect in and out of the classroom and before, during, and after class. Non-credit.

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Started 10639
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0.00 TBA Online 150 1 149 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1210 - Handling Failure Classroom
Failure is often something that we all try to avoid, but it can be a transformative learning experience if you take a moment to reflect on how you got there and what you can do differently. This workshop provides an overview of what failure is and what it isn't and emphasizes the importance of discussing failure as a part of underscoring it as a common experience. It will also cover common academic failures and describe how to reflect on failures to determine what happened, what needs to be changed, and what help may be needed. Non-credit.

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Started 10640
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0.00 TBA Online 150 2 148 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1211 - Devlp Critical Thinking Skills
This workshop helps you to begin to develop critical thinking skills to live and learn in a global environment. The purpose of cultivating these skills is to meet the demands of our rapidly changing, fast paced world. Today's employers report that their employees face more complex challenges than they have in the past. The role of your college or university is to prepare you to meet these work challenges and thrive in the 21st century. Non-credit.

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0.00 TBA Online 150 0 150 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1212 - Strategies Students Probation
This workshop delves into what it means to be on probation by defining it and reviewing common requirements for getting off probation. It will discuss potential resources that you may have access to improve your academic success. You will also be encouraged to reflect on your own academic and personal strategies to use and create a plan for improvement. Non-credit.

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0.00 TBA Online 150 3 147 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1213 - Personality Impact Academic
Learn how different personalities can have an impact on course performance. An introvert may have a more difficult time in a class that requires frequent class participation than a student who is naturally an extravert. Take an inventory that will help determine your own personality type and learn the most effective strategies for personality types that have significant influence on academic success. Non-credit.

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Started 10643
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0.00 TBA Online 150 0 150 Staff 05/26-08/04

AIMS 1222 - Preparing for Final Exams
This workshop shows how to effectively prepare for final examinations. It presents the different stages of exam prep, from one to two weeks before the final until after the exam is over. You will learn how to use available resources, including review sessions, instructors' office hours, and self-tests or sample tests provided in many textbooks. You will also learn strategies for managing stress associated with taking finals.

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0.00 TBA Online 150 0 150 Staff 05/26-08/04


ANT - Anthropology

ANT 101 - Cultural Anthropology [SS3]
Studies human cultural patterns and learned behavior. Includes linguistics, social and political organization, religion, culture and personality, culture change, and applied anthropology. This course is a statewide guaranteed transfer course GT-SS3. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6296. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10255
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3.00 TBA Online 25 21 4 Welker, Eden 05/26-08/04


ART - Art

ART 110 - Art Appreciation [AH1]
Introduces the cultural significance of the visual arts, including media, processes, techniques, traditions, and terminology. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-AH1 category. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6244. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10192
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3.00 TBA Online 25 23 2 PauKune, Sonya 05/26-08/04
Started 10653
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3.00 TBA Online 20 12 8 Mueller, Johanna 05/26-08/04
Started 10768
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3.00 TBA Online 20 15 5 Burchett, Stephanie 05/26-08/04

ART 111 - Art Hist Ancient/Medievl [AH1]
Provides the knowledge base to understand the visual arts, especially as related to Western culture. This course surveys the visual arts from the Ancient through the Medieval periods. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-AH1 category. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6244. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10193
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3.00 TBA Online 25 19 6 Newton, Stephanie 05/26-08/04

ART 139 - Digital Photography I
Presents the fundamentals of Fine Art digital photography, including camera equipment and software used for image capture, management and manipulation. Topics include camera settings and exposure control, composition, working with light and time, and creative image manipulation. Three credits.
Department contact: ATTC 223D, 339-6252. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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3.00 R 05:00pm - 10:00pm Zoom Video Conferencing 10 11 -1 Lewis, G 05/28-08/04
TBA Online 05/28-08/04

ART 239 - Digital Photography II
(Formerly ART 243) Expands upon the beginning digital photography class. Focuses on digital photography in terms of design and communication factors including color, visual design, lighting, graphics, and aesthetics. Prerequisite(s): ART 139 or permission of instructor. Three credits.
Department contact: ATTC 223D, 339-6252. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10006
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3.00 R 05:00pm - 10:00pm Zoom Video Conferencing 10 8 2 Lewis, G 05/28-08/04
TBA Online 05/28-08/04


ASL - American Sign Language

ASL 101 - Basic Sign Language I
Provides students with the basic knowledge of communicating with the deaf community. Students will develop basic vocabulary and conversational skills and will be introduced to aspects of the deaf culture and community. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6244. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10695
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3.00 TBA Online 20 18 2 Kinor, Sarah 05/26-08/04


AST - Astronomy

AST 101 - Planetary Astronomy wLab [SC1]
Focuses on the history of astronomy, naked-eye sky observation, tools of the astronomer, contents of the solar system and life in the universe. Incorporates laboratory experience. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-SC1 category. Prerequisite(s): CCR 092 or higher and MAT 055 or higher (except MAT 090, 107, 108, 109, 112, 175). Four credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6296. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

All students enrolled in a science class must attend the class by the second session, or contact the instructor by the second session, in order to retain a seat in the class. No admittance after first week of class.

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Started 10331
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4.00 TBA TBA 20 10 10 Mulu-Moore, Fana 05/26-08/04
TBA Online 05/26-08/04
Started 10666
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4.00 TBA TBA 20 16 4 Franz, Robert 05/26-08/04
TBA Online 05/26-08/04


BIO - Biological Sciences

BIO 105 - Science of Biology w/Lab [SC1]
Examines the basis of biology in the modern world and surveys the current knowledge and conceptual framework of the discipline. Explores biology as a science, a process of gaining new knowledge, and the impact of biological science on society. This course includes a laboratory experience. Designed for non-science majors. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-SC1 category. BIO 105 cannot be applied towards the A.S. degree. Prerequisite(s): CCR 092 or higher and MAT 050 or MAT 107 or higher, or a score of 60 or higher on the EA portion of Accuplacer. May take MAT 050 or MAT 107 concurrently with BIO 105. Four credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6296. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

All students enrolled in a science class must attend the class by the second session, or contact the instructor by the second session, in order to retain a seat in the class. No admittance after first week of class.

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Started 10308
G81
4.00 TBA Online 16 15 1 Fox-Parrish, Lynne 05/26-08/04
TBA TBA 05/26-08/04
Started 10309
G82
4.00 TBA TBA 16 12 4 Fox-Parrish, Lynne 05/26-08/04
TBA Online 05/26-08/04


BTE - Business Technology

BTE 108 - Ten-Key by Touch
Introduces touch control of the ten-key pad. Emphasizes the development of speed and accuracy using proper technique. One credit.
Department contact: ATTC 223D, 339-6252. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

For additional Business offerings, see courses listed under Accounting and Marketing/Management headings.

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Started 10406
G81
1.00 TBA Online 20 15 5 Hatchell, Lori 05/26-07/31

BTE 255 - Word Processing Techniques II
Introduces basic applications for advanced word processing for Windows. It reviews and expands the students` knowledge of MS Word functions including merging, sorting, tables, charts, desktop publishing newsletters, document enhancements, styles, macros, templates and wizards to increase proficiency. Prerequisite(s): BTE 155 with a grade of C or better or permission of instructor. Three credits.
Department contact: ATTC 223D, 339-6252. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

For additional Business offerings, see courses listed under Accounting and Marketing/Management headings.

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Started 10035
G81
3.00 TBA Online 25 5 20 Stencel, Judy 05/26-08/04


BUS - Business

BUS 115 - Introduction to Business
Introduces the application of fundamental business principles to local, national, and international forums. This course examines the relationship of economic systems, governance, regulations, and law upon business operations. It surveys the concepts of career development, business ownership, finance and accounting, economics, marketing, management, operations, human resources, regulations, and business ethics. Three credits.
Department contact: ATTC 223D, 339-6252. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

For additional Business offerings, see courses listed under Accounting and Marketing/Management headings.

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Started 10037
G81
3.00 TBA Online 20 19 1 Cartier, Louis 05/26-08/04

BUS 216 - Legal Environment of Business
Emphasizes public law, regulation of business, ethical considerations, and various relationships existing within society, government, and business. Specific attention is given to economic regulation, social regulation, labor-management issues, environmental issues, and contract fundamentals. This course analyzes the role of law in social, political, and economic change business environments. Three credits.
Department contact: ATTC 223D, 339-6252. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

For additional Business offerings, see courses listed under Accounting and Marketing/Management headings.

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CLOSED 10039
G81
3.00 TBA Online 20 20 0 Markiewicz, Jennifer 05/26-08/04

BUS 217 - Bus Comm and Report Writing
Emphasizes effective business writing and covers letters, memoranda, reports, application letters, and resumes. Includes the fundamentals of business communication and an introduction to international communication. Three credits.
Department contact: ATTC 223D, 339-6252. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

For additional Business offerings, see courses listed under Accounting and Marketing/Management headings.

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Started 10040
G81
3.00 TBA Online 20 17 3 Ehrfurth, Susan 05/26-08/04

BUS 226 - Business Statistics
Focuses on statistical study, sampling, organizing and visualizing data, descriptive statistics, probability, binominal distributions, normal distributions, confidence intervals, linear regression, and correlation. Intended for business majors. Three credits.
Department contact: ATTC 223D, 339-6252. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

For additional Business offerings, see courses listed under Accounting and Marketing/Management headings.

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Started 10524
G81
3.00 TBA Online 20 9 11 Lemerich, Warren 05/26-08/04
Started 10761
G82
3.00 TBA Online 20 2 18 Brown, Raymon 05/26-08/04


CAD - Computer Aided Drafting

CAD 280 - Internship
Provides students with the opportunity to supplement coursework with practical work experience related to their educational program. Students work under the immediate supervision of experienced personnel at the business location and with the direct guidance of the instructor. Prerequisite(s): Instructor permission required. One to six credits.
Department contact: ATTC 224, 339-6536. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10365
G81
6.00 TBA Online 3 2 1 Sowder, John 05/26-08/04
R 05:45pm - 06:45pm Zoom Video Conferencing 05/28-05/28
Started 10655
G82
3.00 TBA Online 3 1 2 Sowder, John 05/26-08/04
R 05:45pm - 06:45pm Zoom Video Conferencing 05/28-05/28


CCR - College Composition / Reading

CCR 094 - Studio 121
Integrates and contextualizes reading and writing strategies tailored to co-requisite ENG 121 coursework. Students will read and understand complex materials, and respond to ideas and information through writing informative and/or persuasive texts. Any student enrolled in CCR 094 is required to co-enroll in ENG 121. For students who score NGAccuplacer Writing 236 - 245. Co-requisite: ENG 121 must be taken concurrently in the same term. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6244. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10702
C86
3.00 TBA Online 10 8 2 McCurley-Hardesty, Karen 05/26-08/04


CIS - Computer Information Systems

CIS 118 - Intro PC Applications
This course introduces basic computer terminology, file management, and PC system components. Provides an overview of office application software including word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and presentation graphics. Includes the use of a web browser to access the Internet. Three credits.
Department contact: ATTC 223D, 339-6252. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

Attendance is required the first day of class to ensure a seat in all computer classes.

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Started 10051
G81
3.00 TBA Online 40 35 5 Lance, Connie 05/26-08/04
Started 10682
G83
3.00 TBA Online 20 12 8 Clark, David 05/26-08/04

CIS 155 - Complete Spreadsheets: (Excel)
Introduces basic to advanced features of spreadsheet software to design and create accurate, professional worksheets for use in business and industry. The course includes entering data, creating formulas, professional formatting, creating charts, creating, sorting and filtering tables, creating and using templates, applying built-in functions, creating pivot tables, applying “what-if analysis” with data tables, creating macros, and using solver features. Three credits.
Department contact: ATTC 223D, 339-6252. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

Attendance is required the first day of class to ensure a seat in all computer classes.

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Started 10055
G81
3.00 TBA Online 20 15 5 Ehrfurth, Susan 05/26-08/04


CNG - Computer and Network Technolog

CNG 132 - Network Security Fundamentals
Delivers a comprehensive overview of network security, including general security concepts. Communication Security is studied, including remote access, e-mail, the Web, directory and file transfer, and wireless data. Common network attacks are introduced. Cryptography basics are incorporated, and operational/organizational security is discussed as it relates to physical security, disaster recovery, and business continuity. Computer forensics is introduced. Three credits.
Department contact: ATTC 223D, 339-6252. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

Attendance is required the first day of class to ensure a seat in all computer classes.

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Started 10056
G81
3.00 TBA Online 10 9 1 McDaniel, Kenneth 05/26-08/04

CNG 256 - Vulnerability Assessment I
Presents students with an introduction to vulnerability assessment. Vulnerability assessment skills are necessary to understand how companies address vulnerabilities in the business environment. Students gain a better understanding of how information technology security integrates into the corporate world and how a balance must be achieved between security and functionality. Three credits.
Department contact: ATTC 223D, 339-6252. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

Attendance is required the first day of class to ensure a seat in all computer classes.

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Started 10057
G81
3.00 TBA Online 20 7 13 McDaniel, Kenneth 05/26-08/04

CNG 280 - Internship
Provides students with the opportunity to supplement coursework with practical work experience related to their educational program. Students work under the immediate supervision of experienced personnel at the business location and with the direct guidance of the instructor. Three credits.
Department contact: ATTC 223D, 339-6252. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

Attendance is required the first day of class to ensure a seat in all computer classes.

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Started 10058
G81
3.00 TBA Online 10 5 5 McDaniel, Kenneth 05/26-08/04


COM - Communications

COM 125 - Interpersonal Communication
Examines the communication involved in interpersonal relationships occurring in family, social and career situations. Relevant concepts include self-concept, perception, listening, nonverbal communication, and conflict. Prerequisite(s): ENG 090, or ENG 121, or ENG 122, or ENG 131; or CCR 092, or CCR 093, or CCR 094, all with a grade of C or better. Or placement test skills of 95 or above. Keyboarding skills required. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6244. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10229
G81
3.00 TBA Online 20 17 3 McClure, April 05/26-08/04
Started 10230
G82
3.00 TBA Online 20 18 2 Register, Michael 05/26-08/04
CLOSED 10231
G83
3.00 TBA Online 20 20 0 Oakley, Evan 05/26-08/04
CLOSED 10232
G84
3.00 TBA Online 20 20 0 Oakley, Evan 05/26-08/04


ECE - Early Childhood Education

ECE 151 - ECE Leadership Development
Introduces concepts of leadership as an early childhood professional and provides opportunities to develop leadership skills. This course includes qualities, characteristics, and responsibilities of successful leaders, ethics, advocacy, collaboration, and professional growth. One credit.
Department contact: EDBH 145, 339-6408. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10277
G81
1.00 TBA Online 15 10 5 Wiedeman, Christine 05/26-08/04

ECE 220 - Curriculum Methods/Techniques
Provides an overview of early childhood curriculum development. This course includes processes for planning and implementing developmentally appropriate environments, materials, and experiences that represent best practices in early childhood (EC) program settings. This course addresses children ages birth through 8 years. Three credits.
Department contact: EDBH 145, 339-6408. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10278
G81
3.00 TBA Online 24 21 3 Wiley, Lara 05/26-08/04

ECE 238 - ECE Child Growth & Development
Covers the growth and development of the child from conception through the elementary school years. This course emphasizes physical, cognitive, language, social, and emotional domains of development as they pertain to the concept of the whole child. It also includes ways adults can provide a supportive early childhood care and educational environment through teamwork and collaboration. Addresses ages prenatal through age 12. Three credits.
Department contact: EDBH 145, 339-6408. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10281
G81
3.00 TBA Online 24 21 3 Becker, Deborah 05/26-08/04


ECO - Economics

ECO 201 - Prin of Macroeconomics [SS1]
Focuses on the study of the national economy, emphasizing business cycles and long-run growth trends. Explores how macroeconomic performance is measured, including Gross Domestic Product and labor market indicators. Examines the saving-investment relationship and its relationship to Aggregate Supply and Aggregate Demand. Discusses money and banking, international trade, fiscal and monetary policy. Explores the macroeconomic role of the public sector. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-SS1 category. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6296. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10257
G81
3.00 TBA Online 25 22 3 Ng, Kawa 05/26-08/04


EDU - Education

EDU 261 - Teaching/ Learning/ Technology
Prepares students to integrate technology into their teaching curriculum. Enables the student to design educational and training materials incorporating instructional technology. Explores a variety of technologies, including the computer, Internet, multimedia, graphics, audio, and text with an emphasis on increasing learning through their use. Examines combining technology with a variety of instructional methodologies. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6244 Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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CLOSED 10542
G81
3.00 TBA Online 20 20 0 Truitt, Apricot 05/26-08/04
Started 10715
G82
3.00 TBA Online 20 19 1 Truitt, Apricot 05/26-08/04


ENG - English Communications / Comp

ENG 121 - English Composition I [CO1]
Emphasizes the planning, writing, and revising of compositions, including the development of critical and logical thinking skills. This course includes a wide variety of compositions that stress analytical, evaluative, and persuasive/argumentative writing. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-CO1 category. Prerequisite(s): ENG 090, or CCR 092, or CCR 093, or CCR 094, all with a grade of C or better; or placement test. Students may take concurrently with CCR 094. No exceptions to course prerequisite will be allowed. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6244. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10703
C86
3.00 TBA Online 10 8 2 McCurley-Hardesty, Karen 05/26-08/04
Started 10211
G81
3.00 TBA Online 20 19 1 Koss, Gloria 05/26-08/04
Started 10212
G82
3.00 TBA Online 20 19 1 Cronkhite, Todd 05/26-08/04
Started 10213
G83
3.00 TBA Online 20 17 3 Naimark, Jennifer 05/26-08/04
Started 10214
G84
3.00 TBA Online 20 19 1 Dixon, Michael 05/26-08/04
Started 10704
G86
3.00 TBA Online 10 7 3 McCurley-Hardesty, Karen 05/26-08/04

ENG 122 - English Composition II [CO2]
Expands and refines the objectives of English Composition I. Emphasizes critical/logical thinking and reading, problem definition, research strategies, and writing analytical, evaluative, and/or argumentative compositions. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-CO2 category. Prerequisite(s): ENG 121 with a grade of C or better. No exceptions to course prerequisite will be allowed. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6244. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10217
G81
3.00 TBA Online 20 16 4 Train, Stephanie 05/26-08/04
Started 10218
G82
3.00 TBA Online 20 19 1 Cronkhite, Todd 05/26-08/04
Started 10219
G83
3.00 TBA Online 20 19 1 Koss, Gloria 05/26-08/04
Started 10220
G84
3.00 TBA Online 20 14 6 Train, Stephanie 05/26-08/04
Started 10657
G85
3.00 TBA Online 20 13 7 Naimark, Jennifer 05/26-08/04
Started 10658
G86
3.00 TBA Online 20 6 14 Dixon, Michael 05/26-08/04

ENG 131 - Technical Writing I [CO1]
Develops skills one can apply to a variety of technical documents. Focuses on principles for organizing, writing, and revising clear, readable documents for industry, business, and government. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-CO1 category. Prerequisite(s): ENG 090, or CCR 092, or CCR 093, or CCR 094; or ENG 121 or ENG 122, all with a grade of C or better; or placement test. Student may take concurrently with CCR 093. Keyboarding skills required. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6244. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10221
G81
3.00 TBA Online 20 8 12 Merk, Jared 05/26-08/04
Started 10766
G82
3.00 TBA Online 20 13 7 Merk, Jared 05/26-08/04

ENG 221 - Creative Writing I [AH1]
Examines techniques for creative writing by exploring imaginative uses of language through creative genres (fiction, poetry, and other types of creative production such as drama, screenplays, graphic narrative, or creative nonfiction) with emphasis on the student's own unique style, subject matter and needs. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-AH1 category. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6244. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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CLOSED 10585
G81
3.00 TBA Online 10 11 -1 Griffin, Kendra 05/26-08/04

ENG 222 - Creative Writing II
Provides continued development of written expression in the creative genres (fiction, poetry, and other types of creative production such as drama, screenplays, graphic narrative, or creative nonfiction) with emphasis on the student's own unique style, subject matter and needs. This course is a creative writing workshop centered around producing and critiquing creative work. Prerequisite: ENG 221 with a grade of C or better or permission of instructor. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6244. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10648
G81
3.00 TBA Online 10 1 9 Griffin, Kendra 05/26-08/04


ENV - Environmental Science

ENV 101 - Environmental Sci w/Lab [SC1]
Introduces the basic concepts of ecology and the relationship between environmental problems and biological systems. This course includes interdisciplinary discussions on biology, chemistry, geology, energy, natural resources, pollution, and environmental protection. A holistic approach is used when analyzing how the foundations of natural sciences interconnect with the environment. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-SC1 category. Four credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6296. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

All students enrolled in a science class must attend the class by the second session, or contact the instructor by the second session, in order to retain a seat in the class. No admittance after first week of class.

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Started 10333
G81
4.00 TBA Online 16 14 2 Fox-Parrish, Lynne 05/26-08/04
TBA TBA 05/26-08/04
Started 10665
G82
4.00 TBA Online 16 13 3 Haeger, Sharlene 05/26-08/04
TBA TBA 05/26-08/04


ETH - Ethnic Studies

ETH 200 - Intro to Ethnic Studies [SS3]
Introduces students to the issues of race and ethnicity. Emphasizes ethnic relations in the United States as it pertains to four major groups: Americans of African, Asian, Latino and Native descent. Explores issues of racial and ethnic identity, racism and discrimination, stereotyping, prejudice, segregation, colonialism, integration and acculturation. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6244. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10147
G81
3.00 TBA Online 25 14 11 Welker, Eden 05/26-08/04


FRE - French Language

FRE 111 - French Language I
Develops students’ interpretive, interpersonal, and presentational communicative abilities in the language. Integrates these skills in the cultural contexts in which the language is used. Offers a foundation in the analysis of culture. Five credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6244. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10235
G81
5.00 TBA Online 25 6 19 Lunde, Lucile 05/26-08/04


GEO - Geography

GEO 105 - World Regional Geography [SS2]
Examines the spatial distribution of environmental and societal phenomena in the world’s regions; environmental phenomena may include topography, climate, and natural resources; societal phenomena may include patterns of population and settlement, religion, ethnicity, language, and economic development. Analyzes the characteristics that define world regions and distinguish them from each other. Examines the relationships between physical environments and human societies. Examines globalization, emphasizing the geopolitical and economic relationships between more developed and less developed regions. This course is a statewide guaranteed transfer course GT-SS2. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6296. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10261
G81
3.00 TBA Online 25 20 5 Moody, Mark 05/26-08/04


GEY - Geology

GEY 111 - Physical Geology w/Lab [SC1]
Introduces the major topics of geology. Course content encompasses Earth’s materials, structure, and surface landforms. Geologic time and the geologic processes responsible for Earth’s internal and external features are covered. This course includes laboratory experience. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-SC1 category. Prerequisite(s): CCR 092 and MAT 050. Four credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6296. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

All students enrolled in a science class must attend the class by the second session, or contact the instructor by the second session, in order to retain a seat in the class. No admittance after first week of class.

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CLOSED 10335
G81
4.00 TBA TBA 20 20 0 Laurel, DeAnna 05/26-08/04
TBA Online 05/26-08/04
Started 10667
G82
4.00 TBA Online 20 15 5 Kegel, Jessica 05/26-08/04
TBA TBA 05/26-08/04


GIS - Geographical Information Systm

GIS 101 - Introduction to GIS
Surveys the development, application and use of geographic information systems (GIS). Prerequisite(s): None. Three credits.
Department contact: ATTC 224, 339-6536. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10747
G82
3.00 T 07:00pm - 08:00pm Zoom Video Conferencing 15 9 6 Moody, Mark 05/26-05/26
TBA Online 05/26-08/04


HIS - History

HIS 101 - Westrn Civ:Antiquity-1650[HI1]
Explores a number of events, peoples, groups, ideas, institutions, and trends that have shaped Western Civilization from the prehistoric era to 1650. Reflects the multiple perspectives of gender, class, religion, and ethnic groups. Focuses on developing, practicing, and strengthening the skills historians use while constructing knowledge in this discipline. This course is a statewide guaranteed transfer course GT-HI1. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6296. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10283
G81
3.00 TBA Online 25 22 3 Reynolds, Jeffrey 05/26-08/04

HIS 102 - Western Civ:1650-Present [HI1]
Explores a number of events, peoples, groups, ideas, institutions, and trends that have shaped Western Civilization from 1650 to the present. Reflects the multiple perspectives of gender, class, religion, and ethnic groups. Focuses on developing, practicing, and strengthening the skills historians use while constructing knowledge in this discipline. This course is a statewide guaranteed transfer course GT-HI1. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6296. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10284
G81
3.00 TBA Online 25 22 3 Reynolds, Jeffrey 05/26-08/04

HIS 112 - The World: 1500-Present [HI1]
Explores a number of peoples, groups, ideas, institutions, and trends that have shaped World History from 1500 to the present. Reflects the multiple perspectives of gender, class, religion, and ethnic groups in a broad global sense. Focuses on the common denominators among all people. This approach goes beyond political borders to provide a better appreciation for different cultures. Focuses on developing, practicing, and strengthening the skills historians use while constructing knowledge in this discipline. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-HI1 category. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6296. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10285
G81
3.00 TBA Online 25 19 6 Funk, Merle 05/26-08/04

HIS 121 - US History to Reconst. [HI1]
(Formerly HIS 201) Explores events, trends, peoples, groups, cultures, ideas, and institutions in North America and United States history, including the multiple perspectives of gender, class, and ethnicity, between the period when Native American Indians were the sole inhabitants of North America, and the American Civil War. Focuses on developing, practicing, and strengthening the skills historians use while constructing knowledge in the discipline. This course is a statewide guaranteed transfer course GT-HI1. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6296. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10286
G81
3.00 TBA Online 25 18 7 Heiner, Clint 05/26-08/04
Started 10287
G82
3.00 TBA Online 25 14 11 Heiner, Clint 05/26-08/04

HIS 122 - US Hist. Since Civil War [HI1]
(Formerly HIS 202) Explores events, trends, peoples, groups, cultures, ideas, and institutions in United States History, including the multiple perspectives of gender, class, and ethnicity, between the period of the American Civil War and the present. Focuses on developing, practicing, and strengthening the skills historians use while constructing knowledge in the discipline. This course is a statewide guaranteed transfer course GT-HI1. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6296. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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3.00 TBA Online 25 20 5 Funk, Merle 05/26-08/04

HIS 225 - Colorado History [HI1]
Presents the story of the people, society, and cultures of Colorado from its earliest Native Americans, through the Spanish influx, the explorers, the fur traders and mountain men, the gold rush, railroad builders, the cattlemen and farmers, the silver boom, the tourists, and the modern state. This course is a statewide guaranteed transfer course GT-HI1. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6296. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10290
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3.00 TBA Online 25 24 1 Bonacquista, Annaliese 05/26-08/04
Started 10650
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3.00 TBA Online 25 20 5 Funk, Merle 05/26-08/04


HPR - Health Professions

HPR 137 - Human Diseases
Covers basic knowledge of the deviations that occur in the human body with disease and injury. An integrated study of signs/ symptoms, diagnostic tests and treatment. Four credits.
Department contact: AHS 203, 339-6424. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view course prerequisite and orientation information.

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4.00 TBA Online 20 16 4 Mayeda, Ryan 05/26-08/04

HPR 178 - Medical Terminology
Introduces the student to the structure of medical terms with emphasis on using and combining the most common prefixes, roots and suffixes. Includes terms related to major body systems, oncology, psychiatry, as well as clinical laboratory and diagnostic procedures and imaging. Class structure provides accepted pronunciation of terms and relative use in the healthcare setting. Three credits.
Department contact:
Dietary Nutrition: AHS 203, 339-6424
EKG: WPSI 145, 339-6397
Phlebotomy: AHS 203, 339-6424
Health Sciences/Medical Terminology: AHS 203, 339-6424
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Started 10077
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3.00 TBA Online 20 18 2 Gary, Tracy 05/26-08/04
CLOSED 10084
G82
3.00 TBA Online 20 20 0 Geraets, Mindy 05/26-08/04
CLOSED 10085
G83
3.00 TBA Online 20 20 0 Urso, Chris Ernestine 05/26-08/04


HUM - Humanities

HUM 115 - World Mythology [AH2]
Introduces an interdisciplinary approach to world mythology. The course illustrates and connects common themes in mythology to world religion, philosophy, art, literature, music, and contemporary culture using various interpretive methods. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-AH2 category. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6244. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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CLOSED 10167
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3.00 TBA Online 25 25 0 Lyons, Elizabeth 05/26-08/04
Started 10606
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3.00 TBA Online 25 24 1 Lyons, Elizabeth 05/26-08/04

HUM 122 - Humanities:Mediev-Modern [AH2]
(Formerly titled "From Medieval to Modern") Examines written texts, visual arts and musical compositions to analyze and reflect the evolution and confluence of cultures in Europe, Asia and the Americas from 800 C.E. to 1750 C.E. Any two of the three Survey of Humanities courses equal a sequence This course is a statewide guaranteed transfer course GT-AH2. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6244. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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3.00 TBA Online 20 18 2 Lyons, Elizabeth 05/26-08/04

HUM 123 - Humanities: Modern World [AH2]
Introduces the interdisciplinary study of ideas that have defined cultures through a survey of the visual, performing, and literary arts, emphasizing connections among global cultures from the European Enlightenment to the postmodern era. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-AH2 category. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6244. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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3.00 TBA Online 20 11 9 Lyons, Elizabeth 05/26-08/04


HWE - Health and Wellness

HWE 100 - Human Nutrition
Introduces basic principles of nutrition with emphasis on personal nutrition. Satisfies nutrition requirement of students entering health care professions. Three credits.
Department contact:
Dietary Nutrition: AHS 203, 339-6424
EKG: WPSI 145, 339-6397
Phlebotomy: AHS 203, 339-6424
Health Sciences/Medical Terminology: AHS 203, 339-6424
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Started 10079
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3.00 TBA Online 25 21 4 Geraets, Mindy 05/26-08/04
Started 10080
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3.00 TBA Online 25 23 2 Geraets, Mindy 05/26-08/04
Started 10081
G83
3.00 TBA Online 25 21 4 Gary, Tracy 05/26-08/04
Started 10082
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3.00 TBA Online 25 18 7 Gary, Tracy 05/26-08/04

HWE 111 - Health and Wellness
Explores the six components of wellness: physical, social, intellectual, spiritual, emotional, and occupational. Topics include health risks, wellness behaviors, and personal behavior change in the areas of nutrition; exercise; substance abuse; stress management; cardiovascular and cancer risk factors; the aging process; and violence, death, and dying in our society. Provides tools to complete self-assessments and develop a wellness program for a healthier lifestyle across a lifespan. Three credits.
Department contact: PERC 126, 339-6611. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

Additional Physical Education courses are listed with DAN (Dance), HHP (Holistic Health Professional), and HWE (Health & Wellness) prefixes.

Any student who feels s/he may need an accommodation based on the impact of a disability should contact Disability Access Services (DAS) privately to discuss her / his specific needs. Please be aware that before accommodations can be allowed in class they must be approved through the DAS office. Students should contact DAS at 970.378.3680 or email disabilities@aims.edu to set up an appointment to discuss the process of requesting reasonable accommodations. The DAS office is located on the first floor of the College Center in Room 151 (see Aims policy 5-1400).

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Started 10527
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3.00 TBA Online 24 19 5 Hansen, Katie 05/26-08/04


JOU - Journalism

JOU 105 - Intro to Mass Media [SS3]
Places the mass media in a historical and cultural perspective, considering the validity, integrity and influence of the media in a democracy. This course is a statewide guaranteed transfer course GT-SS3. Three credits.
Department contact: ATTC 223D, 339-6252. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10010
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3.00 TBA Online 10 6 4 Crandall, James 05/26-08/04
W 11:15am - 03:30pm Zoom Video Conferencing 05/27-05/27

JOU 106 - Media News and Reporting
(Formerly called Fundamentals of Reporting) Introduces newswriting, reporting and interviewing with an emphasis on clarity, accuracy, completeness, timeliness and fairness. Three credits.
Department contact: ATTC 223D, 339-6252. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10012
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3.00 TBA Online 10 2 8 Crandall, James 05/26-08/04

JOU 206 - Inter Newswriting / Editing
Presents how to gather information as an investigative reporter through research of local, state and federal government publications; how to cover police beat and city hall; how our courts and regulatory agencies function; and how to cover other challenges such as the environment, religion, science, medical, public safety and business. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to locate classes with Honors opportunities. Prerequisite(s): JOU 106 or permission of instructor. Three credits.
Department contact: ATTC 223D, 339-6252. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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3.00 TBA Online 10 2 8 Crandall, James 05/26-08/04

JOU 280 - Internship
Provides a structured and guided, individualized research that is organized and tailored around the interests and needs of the individual student who may use journalism skills and experiences acquired during previous coursework. Permission of instructor required. One to six credits.
Department contact: ATTC 223D, 339-6252. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10014
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3.00 TBA Online 20 0 20 Crandall, James 05/26-08/04
TBA Zoom Video Conferencing 05/26-08/04


LIT - Literature

LIT 115 - Intro to Literature [AH2]
Introduces fiction, poetry, and drama. This course emphasizes active and responsive reading. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-AH2 category. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6244. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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CLOSED 10607
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3.00 TBA Online 20 20 0 Morrison, Leslie 05/26-08/04
CLOSED 10693
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3.00 TBA Online 20 20 0 Merk, Jared 05/26-08/04

LIT 205 - Ethnic Literature [AH2]
Examines the cultural, historical, and social contexts impacting multiple ethnic American identities through critical reading and analysis. This course focuses on significant works by authors who identify as African American, Native American, Latino/a, Asian American, and other ethnicities. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-AH2 category. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6244. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10163
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3.00 TBA Online 20 11 9 Easley, Allison 05/26-08/04

LIT 255 - Children's Literature
Examines the criteria for selecting appropriate literature for children. Explores literature through a variety of genres, age levels, values taught through literature, and literary and artistic qualities of various texts. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6244. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10651
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3.00 TBA Online 20 10 10 Griffin, Kendra 05/26-08/04


MAN - Marketing/Management--Mgt

MAN 125 - Teambuilding
Introduces the concept of working as a team member. This course emphasizes the ability to negotiate, collaborate, build consensus, and make quality decisions. One credit.
Department contact: ATTC 223D, 339-6252. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Class Ended 10568
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1.00 TBA Online 20 8 12 San Nicolas, Joanne 05/26-06/29

MAN 226 - Principles of Management
Provides an overview of the principles of management. Emphasis is on the primary functions of planning, organizing, staffing, leading and controlling with a balance between the behavioral and operational approaches. Three credits.
Department contact: ATTC 223D, 339-6252. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10566
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3.00 TBA Online 25 19 6 Sanfeliz, Adam 05/26-08/04

MAN 230 - Corporate Ethics & Social Resp
Examines the concept of ethical corporate responsibility and how an organization's resources, including individual employees and work groups of the corporation, identify and respond to social and ethical problems. Included in the course are topics of corporate ethics and social responsibility, how these concepts apply to business and management principles, and the individual corporate citizen’s involvement with making ethical decisions. Three credits.
Department contact: ATTC 223D, 339-6252. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10046
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3.00 TBA Online 25 9 16 Cartier, Louis 05/26-08/04


MAT - Mathematics

MAT 050 - Quantitative Literacy
Develops number sense and critical thinking strategies, introduce algebraic thinking, and connect mathematics to real world applications. Topics in the course include ratios, proportions, percents, measurement, linear relationships, properties of exponents, polynomials, factoring, and math learning strategies. This course prepares students for Math for Liberal Arts, Statistics, Integrated Math, and college level career math courses. Prerequisite(s): Readiness as determined by review of high school transcripts, assessment, and/or meeting with an Aims Academic Advisor. Four credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6296. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10402
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4.00 TBA Online 20 14 6 Holland, Amanda 05/26-08/04

MAT 055 - Algebraic Literacy
Develops algebraic skills necessary for manipulating expressions and solving equations. Topics in the course include radicals, complex numbers, polynomials, factoring, rational expressions, quadratic equations, absolute value equations, systems of linear equations in two variables, related applications, and linear inequalities. This course prepares students for MAT 121 College Algebra and MAT 123 Finite Math. Prerequisite(s): Readiness as determined by review of high school transcripts, assessment, and/or meeting with an Aims Academic Advisor. Four credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6296. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10403
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4.00 TBA Online 20 14 6 Holland, Amanda 05/26-08/04

MAT 107 - Career Math
Covers material designed for career and technical students who need to study particular mathematical topics. Topics include measurement, algebra, geometry, statistics, and graphs. These are presented at an introductory level and the emphasis is on applications. This course may be used for the A.A.S. degree only. Prerequisite(s): Readiness as determined by review of high school transcripts, assessment, and/or meeting with an Aims Academic Advisor. Three credits.

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Started 10404
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3.00 TBA Online 20 18 2 Thomason, Terisha 05/26-08/04

MAT 108 - Technical Mathematics
Covers mathematical material designed for career and technical students. Topics include measurement, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, and vectors. These are presented at an introductory level and the emphasis is on applications. This course may be used for the A.A.S. degree only. Four credits.

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4.00 TBA Online 20 10 10 Thomason, Terisha 05/26-08/04

MAT 112 - Financial Mathematics
Covers the fundamentals of financial mathematics. Topics include pricing, taxes, insurance, interest, annuities, amortization, and investments. Three credits.
Department contact: ATTC 223D, 339-6252. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

For additional Business offerings, see courses listed under Accounting and Marketing/Management headings.

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3.00 TBA Online 20 18 2 Ehrfurth, Susan 05/26-08/04

MAT 135 - Intro to Statistics [MA1]
Introduces descriptive and inferential statistics, with an emphasis on critical thinking and statistical literacy. Topics include methods of data collection, presentation and summarization, introduction to probability concepts and distributions, and statistical inference of one and two populations. This course uses real world data to illustrate applications of a practical nature. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-MA1 category. Prerequisite(s): College-level readiness as determined by review of high school transcripts, assessment, and/or meeting with an Aims Academic Advisor. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6296. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

No admittance after first week of class.

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Started 10407
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3.00 TBA Online 20 10 10 Lemerich, Warren 05/26-08/04
Started 10760
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3.00 TBA Online 20 16 4 Brown, Raymon 05/26-08/04


MGD - Multimedia Graphic Design

MGD 280 - Internship
Provides students with the opportunity to supplement coursework with practical work experience related to their educational program. Students work under the immediate supervision of experienced personnel at the business location and with the direct guidance of the instructor. Prerequisite(s): MGD 256 or permission of instructor. One to six credits.
Department contact: ATTC 223D, 339-6252. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10034
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3.00 TBA Online 5 0 5 Dunning, Brian 05/26-08/04


MUS - Music

MUS 120 - Music Appreciation [AH1]
Covers the basic materials of music, musical forms, media, genres and musical periods. Emphasizes the development of tools for intelligent listening and appreciation. This course is a statewide guaranteed transfer course GT-AH1. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6244. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10180
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3.00 TBA Online 25 21 4 Baker, Stephanie 05/26-08/04
CLOSED 10652
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3.00 TBA Online 20 20 0 Baker, Stephanie 05/26-08/04

MUS 123 - Survey of World Music [AH1]
Provides an overview of non-Western music from around the world; provides basic listening skills and the historical/cultural context for a variety of world music styles to enable an understanding and appreciation of non-Western musical expression. Prerequisites: None. This course is a statewide guaranteed transfer course GT-AH1. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6244. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10645
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3.00 TBA Online 20 14 6 Elzey, Brooke 05/26-08/04


NUR - Nursing

NUR 121 - Success in Nursing School
Addresses success strategies for beginning nursing students. Will enable the student to identify and practice strategies to optimize success in nursing school, including identifying stressors and mobilizing personal resources, study and test taking strategies using critical thinking skills, developing familiarity with medical terminology, exploring the evolving roles of the professional nurse. Additionally, explores the concepts of professionalism and collaboration. All NUR classes require acceptance into the program prior to registration. Differential tuition rates apply. See Tuition and Fees web page for rate listings at http://www.aims.edu/student/cashier/tuition. One credit.
Department contact:
Dietary Nutrition: AHS 203, 339-6424
EKG: WPSI 145, 339-6397
Phlebotomy: AHS 203, 339-6424
Health Sciences/Medical Terminology: AHS 203, 339-6424
Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information

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Class Ended 10587
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1.00 TBA Online 30 9 21 Fulton, April 06/22-07/30

NUR 212 - Pharmacology II
Builds on previously introduced pharmacological concepts and applies that learning to pharmacologic therapy to provide safe, quality, evidence- based nursing care to patients with complex healthcare needs. Focuses on safety and quality improvement factors in the administration of medications within a variety of healthcare systems. Advanced dosage calculations included. All NUR classes require acceptance into the program prior to registration. Course may be offered in hybrid format. Differential tuition rates apply. See Tuition and Fees web page for rate listings at http://www.aims.edu/student/cashier/tuition. Prerequisite(s): NUR 106 and NUR 150. Two credits
Department contact:
Dietary Nutrition: AHS 203, 339-6424
EKG: WPSI 145, 339-6397
Phlebotomy: AHS 203, 339-6424
Health Sciences/Medical Terminology: AHS 203, 339-6424
Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information

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CLOSED 10506
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2.00 TBA Online 15 15 0 Matt, Analouise 05/26-08/04


PHI - Philosophy

PHI 111 - Intro to Philosophy [AH3]
Introduces significant theoretical and practical questions and emphasizes understanding the meaning and methods of philosophy. Includes: the human condition, logic, reality, knowledge, freedom, history, ethics, and religion. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-AH3 category. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6244. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10172
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3.00 TBA Online 25 21 4 Alvarez, Daniel 05/26-08/04

PHI 112 - Ethics [AH3]
Examines human life, experience, and thought in order to discover and develop the principles and values for pursuing a more fulfilled existence. Theories designed to justify ethical judgments are applied to a selection of contemporary personal and social issues. This course is a statewide guaranteed transfer course GT-AH3. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6244. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10175
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3.00 TBA Online 25 21 4 Malloy, Daniel 05/26-08/04

PHI 113 - Logic [AH3]
Studies effective thinking using language-oriented logic. Provides tools and develops skills for creative and critical thinking and the formal analysis of arguments. Emphasizes the development of decision-making and problem-solving. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-AH3 category. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6244. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10176
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3.00 TBA Online 25 23 2 Alvarez, Daniel 05/26-08/04

PHI 142 - New Testament
This course surveys the literature of the early Christian era, from its inception to approximately 150 C.E. The New Testament as well as selected non-canonical writings from the period are examined. The course focuses on the interpretation of these texts in light of the cultural milieu from which they arose. Patricular attention is paid to the influence of ancient literary conventions upon the Christian writers of this time. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6244. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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3.00 TBA Online 20 4 16 Alvarez, Daniel 05/26-08/04

PHI 218 - Environmental Ethics [AH3]
Analyzes theories of the value of the natural world. Topics may include the relation between scientific and moral principles; theories of the moral worth of persons, animals, plants, and other natural objects; historical, religious, and cultural influences on conceptions of nature; alternative accounts of human relationships and responsibilities to nature; and the connection between moral and political values and economic policies. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-AH3 category. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6244. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10656
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3.00 TBA Online 20 9 11 Easley, William 05/26-08/04


PHY - Physics

PHY 105 - Conceptual Physics w/Lab [SC1]
Focuses on mechanics, heat, properties of matter, electricity and magnetism, light and modern physics. Incorporates laboratory experience. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-SC1 category. PHY 105 cannot be applied towards the A.S. degree. Prerequisite(s): CCR 092 and MAT 055 or higher (except MAT 060, 090, 107, 109, 112 and 175). Four credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6296. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

All students enrolled in a science class must attend the class by the second session, or contact the instructor by the second
session, in order to retain a seat in the class. No admittance after first week of class.

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Started 10336
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4.00 TBA Online 20 12 8 Franz, Robert 05/26-08/04
TBA TBA 05/26-08/04
Started 10668
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4.00 TBA Online 20 11 9 Mulu-Moore, Fana 05/26-08/04
TBA TBA 05/26-08/04


POS - Political Science

POS 111 - American Government [SS1]
Includes the background of the U.S. Constitution, the philosophy of American government, general principles of the Constitution, federalism, and civil liberties. Examines public opinion and citizen participation, political parties, interest groups, electoral process, and the structure and functions of the national government. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-SS1 category. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6296. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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3.00 TBA Online 25 24 1 Coleman, Keith 05/26-08/04


PSY - Psychology

PSY 101 - General Psychology I [SS3]
Focuses on the scientific study of behavior including motivation, emotion, physiological psychology, stress and coping, research methods, consciousness, sensation, perception, learning, and memory. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-SS3 category. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6296. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

Psychology courses are listed with CSL and PSY prefixes. COM 101 is also a Psychology course.

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CLOSED 10154
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3.00 TBA Online 25 25 0 Hernandez, Juanita 05/26-08/04
Started 10155
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3.00 TBA Online 25 23 2 Hernandez, Juanita 05/26-08/04

PSY 102 - General Psychology II [SS3]
Focuses on the scientific study of behavior including cognition, language, intelligence, psychological assessment, personality, abnormal psychology, therapy, life span development, sex, gender, sexuality, and social psychology. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-SS3 category. NOTE: PSY 101 is NOT a pre-requisite. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6296. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

Psychology courses are listed with CSL and PSY prefixes. COM 101 is also a Psychology course.

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3.00 TBA Online 25 25 0 Flores, Selani 05/26-08/04

PSY 226 - Social Psychology [SS3]
Focuses on the behavior of humans in a wide variety of social settings and the social influences humans have on each other in those settings. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-SS3 category. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6296. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

Psychology courses are listed with CSL and PSY prefixes. COM 101 is also a Psychology course.

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3.00 TBA Online 25 24 1 Flores, Selani 05/26-08/04

PSY 235 - Human Growth/Development [SS3]
Examines human development from conception through death, emphasizing physical, cognitive, emotional, and psychosocial factors. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-SS3 category. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6296. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

Psychology courses are listed with CSL and PSY prefixes. COM 101 is also a Psychology course.

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Started 10243
G81
3.00 TBA Online 25 19 6 Rottini, Frances 05/26-08/04
Started 10244
G82
3.00 TBA Online 25 22 3 Bontempo, Kimberli 05/26-08/04
Started 10544
G83
3.00 TBA Online 25 20 5 Washam, ShawnaLee 05/26-08/04


RTV - Radio / Television

RTV 106 - Radio Programming/Prod Lab I
Focuses on the use of basic radio station equipment, programming and formats. Includes simulated broadcasting using production studio facilities. Prerequisite(s): RTV 101. Three credits.
Department contact: ATTC 223D, 339-6252. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10016
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3.00 T 09:10am - 11:20am Zoom Video Conferencing 10 0 10 Cross, Joseph 05/26-08/04
TBA Online 05/26-08/04

RTV 216 - Radio Programming & Pro Lab II
Covers the operation of technical equipment of a radio broadcasting studio with emphasis on news, special news features, commercials, audition tapes, sports, and weather. Prerequisite(s): RTV 211. Three credits.
Department contact: ATTC 223D, 339-6252. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10017
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3.00 T 09:10am - 11:20am Zoom Video Conferencing 10 0 10 Cross, Joseph 05/26-08/04
TBA Online 05/26-08/04

RTV 275 - Spcl Tpcs: Podcasting 101
Provides students with a vehicle to pursue in depth exploration of special topics of interest. Differential tuition rates apply. See Tuition and Fees web page for rate listings at http://www.aims.edu/student/cashier/tuition. One to six credits.
Department contact: ATTC 223D, 339-6252. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10565
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3.00 W 06:00pm - 09:15pm Zoom Video Conferencing 10 2 8 Cross, Joseph 05/26-08/04
TBA Online 05/26-08/04

RTV 285 - Independent Study
Meets the individual needs of students. Students engage in intensive study or research under the direction of a qualified instructor. Permission of instructor required. One to three credits.
Department contact: ATTC 223D, 339-6252. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10031
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3.00 TBA Zoom Video Conferencing 5 1 4 Crandall, James 05/26-08/04
TBA Online 05/26-08/04


SOC - Sociology

SOC 101 - Intro to Sociology I [SS3]
This course examines the basic concepts, theories, and principles of sociology, including topics of culture, race, class, gender, sexuality, social groups, and deviance through a local and global lens. Analyzes and interprets socio-historic as well as contemporary issues by using critical thinking skills and linking individual experiences to social structures. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-SS3 category. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 247, 339-6296. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10250
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3.00 TBA Online 25 22 3 Beighey, Catherine 05/26-08/04

SOC 215 - Contemporary Social Prob [SS3]
Investigates current social issues that result in societal problems. Focuses on numerous areas including, but not limited to, the loss of civil liberties, concentration of media ownership, gender discrimination, hate crimes, poverty, hunger, environmental degradation, racism and prejudice, as well as social change. Addresses ways to ameliorate these social ills. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-SS3 category. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 247, 339-6296. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10251
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3.00 TBA Online 25 17 8 Beighey, Catherine 05/26-08/04


SPA - Spanish Language

SPA 111 - Spanish Language I
Develops students’ interpretive, interpersonal, and presentational communicative abilities in the language. Integrates these skills in the cultural contexts in which the language is used. Offers a foundation in the analysis of culture. Five credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6244. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10237
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5.00 TBA Online 20 19 1 Bucklew, Amelia 05/26-08/04

SPA 112 - Spanish Language II
Expands students’ interpretive, interpersonal, and presentational communicative abilities in the language across the disciplines. Integrates these skills with the study of the cultures in which the language is used. Offers a foundation in the analysis of culture and develops intercultural communicative strategies. Prerequisite(s): SPA 111 with a grade of C or better or permission of instructor. Five credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6244. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10238
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5.00 TBA Online 20 14 6 Monzon, Gloria 05/26-08/04

SPA 211 - Spanish Language III [AH4]
Continues Spanish Language II in the development of increased functional proficiency at the intermediate level in speaking, aural comprehension, reading, writing, and cultural competency in the Spanish language. This course is conducted predominantly in Spanish. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-AH4 category. Prerequisite(s): SPA 111 and SPA 112, or permission of instructor. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6244. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10535
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3.00 TBA Online 20 8 12 Monzon, Gloria 05/26-08/04

SPA 212 - Spanish Language IV [AH4]
Continues Spanish Language III in the development of increased functional proficiency at intermediate mid level in speaking, aural comprehension, reading, writing, and cultural competency in the Spanish language. This course is conducted predominantly in Spanish. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-AH4 category. Prerequisite(s): SPA 211 or permission of instructor. Three credits
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6244. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10536
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3.00 TBA Online 20 6 14 Monzon, Gloria 05/26-08/04


WST - Women and Gender Studies

WST 200 - Intro to Women's Studies [SS3]
Explores the interdisciplinary field of women's studies. This course is an examination of the following topics: the historical basis of gender inequality; the history of social movements for gender equality and women’s studies; women's achievements throughout history in various professional and academic fields; women's social, economic, religious, health and political status in the U.S. and around the globe; gender relations; intersectionality; cultural, media and artistic representations of women. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-SS3 category. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 278, 339-6296. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Started 10146
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3.00 TBA Online 25 22 3 Osborn, Elizabeth 05/26-08/04


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