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Biology
BIOL& 211
Majors Cellular: Biology
Examines the cell as the basic unit of life.  Topics covered include: the function of cell organelles, metabolic processes, cell division signaling, the genetics of individuals and populations. For life science majors and allied health students. Laboratory class. Previously BIOSC 201. Prerequisite: CHEM& 121 with 2.0 or better. ENGL& 101 recommended. Student option grading.
Evening Classes
Item0151SecS35cr05:00pm-06:45pm  TTh
  Rm2926   Saunders, B
   07:00pm-08:15pm  Th
  Rm2926   
   07:00pm-10:15pm  T
  Rm2601   
Additional fees of $30.00 for the class plus $1.00 per credit are collected for this class. Class includes some Internet content.
BIOL& 231
Human Anatomy
Understanding the structure of the human body through the study of the various body systems. Intensive laboratory dissection and lectures are utilized. Laboratory class. Previously BIOSC 210. Prerequisite: BIOL& 211 with 2.0 or higher. Student option grading.
Evening Classes
Item0157SecS25cr05:25pm-07:10pm  MW
  Rm2308   Moffat, J
   03:00pm-05:15pm  MW
  Rm2602   
Additional fees of $30.00 for the class plus $1.00 per credit are collected for this class. Class includes some Internet content.
Item0159SecS35cr05:25pm-07:10pm  MW
  Rm2308   Moffat, J
   07:20pm-09:35pm  MW
  Rm2602   
Additional fees of $30.00 for the class plus $1.00 per credit are collected for this class. Class includes some Internet content.
BIOL& 232
Human Physiology
A systems approach to the study of the functions of the human body. Includes the nervous, muscular, circulatory, endocrine, respiratory, digestive and urogenital systems. Laboratory class. Previously BIOSC 211. Prerequisite: BIOL& 211 and BIOL& 231 or permission. Student option grading.
Evening Classes
Item0163SecS25cr03:00pm-04:45pm  TTh
  Rm2932   Sargizi, M
   04:45pm-05:45pm  T
  Rm2932   
   04:45pm-07:00pm  Th
  Rm2602   
Additional fees of $30.00 for the class plus $1.00 per credit are collected for this class. Class includes some Internet content.
BIOL& 260
Microbiology
Survey of microorganisms with focus on healthcare applications. Structure, classification, metabolism and genetics of bacteria and viruses are main themes. Emphasis on disease process, microbial control and immunology. Laboratory techniques include isolation and identification of bacteria. Previously BIOSC 215. Prerequisites: BIOL& 211 with minimum 2.0. Student option grading.
Evening Classes
Item0169SecS35cr03:55pm-05:40pm  MW
  Rm2925   Gines, L
   05:50pm-08:05pm  MW
  Rm2614   
Additional fees of $44.00 for the class plus $1.00 per credit are collected for this class. Class includes some Internet content.
BIOL 279
Biotechnology Techniques
Students learn basic Biotechnology lab manufacturing and production techniques used to isolate and purify recombinant and/or therapeutic proteins in academic and industrial research laboratories. Previously BIOSC 275. Prerequisite: BIOL 270, 274 with 2.0 or better or permission. Student option grading.
Evening Classes
Item0133SecS13cr05:00pm-07:15pm  MW
  Rm2931   Legesse, A
   07:15pm-09:15pm  MW
  Rm2929   
Additional fees of $55.00 for the class plus $1.00 per credit are collected for this class. Class includes some Internet content.
BIOL 288
Basic Principles of Flow Cytometry
This course will present the theory of flow cytometry as well as provide practical laboratory experience using the instrumentation. Students will receive hands-on training calibrating and trouble shooting a flow cytometer, preparing and staining cells for analysis, data collection and analysis of data. Previously BIOSC 252. Prerequisite: BIOL 270/274, BIOL 277 or equivalent. Student option grading.
Evening Classes
Item0135SecY12cr05:00pm-06:10pm  T
Hybrid Rm2931   Black, M
   06:20pm-08:40pm  T
  Rm2930   Pufnock, J
Taught partially online, partially on-campus. Go to http://www.shoreline.edu/eLearning/ for more information. Additional fees of $55.00 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
 
Chemistry
CHEM& 121
Intro to Chemistry
Basic chemistry to supplement/replace high school chemistry for non-science majors. Introduces simplified atomic/molecular theory & the quantitative/qualitative relationships in the chemistry of solutions, gases, liquids, solids & their reactions. Mandatory 2-hour lab is taken concurrently. Prerequisite: MATH 099 with 2.0 or better AND placement into ENGL& 101. Mandatory decimal grading.
Evening Classes
Item0265SecY15cr05:00pm-06:00pm  W
Hybrid Rm2703   Petesch, K
   06:00pm-07:50pm  W
  Rm2711   
Taught partially online, partially on-campus. Go to http://www.shoreline.edu/eLearning/ for more information. Additional fees of $15.00 for the class plus $7.00 per credit are collected for this class.
Item0261SecS35cr05:15pm-07:30pm  TTh
  Rm2925   Kuehnert, L
   07:40pm-09:40pm  T
  Rm2711   
Additional fees of $15.00 for the class plus $1.00 per credit are collected for this class. Class includes some Internet content.
Item0263SecS45cr05:15pm-07:30pm  TTh
  Rm2925   Kuehnert, L
   07:40pm-09:40pm  Th
  Rm2711   
Additional fees of $15.00 for the class plus $1.00 per credit are collected for this class. Class includes some Internet content.
CHEM& 131
Introduction to Organic/Biochemistry
Emphasis on chemical systems/processes as they influence living systems. Study of organic compounds: properties/reactions of functional groups, lipids, proteins & carbohydrates. Intro to enzymes & neurotransmitters. Weekly lab explores reactions of hydrocarbons, alcohols, acids, & amines. Prerequisite: CHEM& 121 with a minimum grade of 2.0 and placement into ENGL& 101. Mandatory decimal grading.
Evening Classes
Item0267SecS15cr05:15pm-07:30pm  MW
  Rm2712   Yahiaoui, A
   07:40pm-09:40pm  M
  Rm2710   
Additional fees of $15.00 for the class plus $1.00 per credit are collected for this class. Class includes some Internet content.
Item0269SecS25cr05:15pm-07:30pm  MW
  Rm2712   Yahiaoui, A
   07:40pm-09:40pm  W
  Rm2710   
Additional fees of $15.00 for the class plus $1.00 per credit are collected for this class. Class includes some Internet content.
 
Cinema
CINEM 201
Introduction to Cinema History
This survey course examines cinema history from pre-motion picture influences to modern day advances.  Covers the historical, cultural and artistic impact of film and filmmaking. Prerequisite: Placement in ENGL& 101 or instructor's permission. Student option grading.
Evening Classes
Item0273SecV15cr06:30pm-08:30pm  W
Video Rm2210   Fisher, C
Class meets 6/24,7/8,7/22 and 8/12. An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
English
ENGL& 101
English Composition I
Students write essays that display focus, organization, appropriate style, and technical control. They develop skills in critical thinking and close reading of texts and respond in writing and discussion to assigned topics. Previously ENG 101. Prerequisite: COMPASS scores of 80 in Reading and 80 in Writing, or completion of ESL 100, ENGL 100, or equivalent with a 2.0 or better, or instructor permission. Student option grading.
Evening Classes
Item0385SecS35cr06:00pm-08:50pm  TTh
  Rm1506   Douglas, L
  Rm1506   Peters, D
An additional fee of $1.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class. Class includes some Internet content.
ENGL& 244
American Literature I
Students explore American literature thematically and examine how it reflects and shapes literary, political, historical, and cultural developments. Each course will focus on a particular theme.  Possible themes are:  protest, war, the Harlem Renaissance, immigration, or American Dreams.  Previously ENG 267.  Prerequisite:  Successful completion of ESL 100, or placement into ENGL& 101.
Evening Classes
Item0407SecS15cr06:00pm-08:50pm  MW
  Rm2912   Boyd, K
An additional fee of $1.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class. Class includes some Internet content.
ENGL& 244W
American Literature I
Students explore American literature thematically and examine how it reflects and shapes literary, political, historical, and cultural developments. Each course will focus on a particular theme.  Possible themes are:  protest, war, the Harlem Renaissance, immigration, or American Dreams. Previously ENG 267. Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENGL 100 or ESL 100, or placement into ENGL& 101. Student option grading.
Evening Classes
Item0409SecS15cr06:00pm-08:50pm  MW
  Rm2912   Boyd, K
'W' following the course number indicates the class satisfies UW writing requirement.  Extensive writing requirement. An additional fee of $1.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class. Class includes some Internet content.
 
Mathematics
MATH& 146
Introduction to Stats
Analysis of data through graphical and numerical methods, linear regression, the Normal distribution, data collection, elementary probability, confidence intervals and hypothesis testing. Emphasis on applications. Prerequisite: MATH 098 (2.0 or better), MATH 099 (2.0 or better),MATH 095 (2.0 or better), or a score of 69 or higher on the Algebra COMPASS test or a score of 35 or higher on the College Algebra COMPASS test, AND placement in ENGL 100 or ESL 100. Student Option Grading.
Evening Classes
Item0693SecS25cr06:00pm-09:00pm  MW
  Rm1301   Pardo, D
Additional fees of $5.00 for the class plus $1.00 per credit are collected for this class. Class includes some Internet content.
MATH 211
Elements of Statistical Method
Principles of data analysis, linear regression, data collection, elementary probability, random variables, probability distributions and statistical inference. Emphasis on practical applications and the interpretations of results. Prerequisites: Math& 148 (2.0 or better) or Math& 151 (2.0 or better) AND placement into ENGL 100 or ESL 100.  Student option grading.
Evening Classes
Item0671SecS25cr06:00pm-09:00pm  MW
  Rm1301   Pardo, D
Additional fees of $5.00 for the class plus $1.00 per credit are collected for this class. Class includes some Internet content.
   
Manufacturing Technology
MFGT 105
Basic Manufacturing
This course is an introduction to machining using lecture, online and hands-on classroom experience.  It is first in a two quarter certificate. Prerequisite: Placement into ENGL 080 or ESL 050, and MATH 070. Mandatory decimal grading.
Evening Classes
Item0733SecIB320cr05:00pm-09:00pm  F
  Rm2502B   Ashbaugh, D
   08:00am-05:00pm  SaSu
  Rm2502B   Bigony, M
An additional fee of $178.00 is collected for this class. Starting date for this class is 6/26/2015. Ending date for this class is 9/6/2015.
Item0735SecIB420cr05:00pm-09:00pm  F
  Staff, Part
   08:00am-05:00pm  SaSu
  Staff, Part
   SaSu
  Staff, Part
This class will be held on the South Seattle Community College Campus - Georgetown, room number A122. An additional fee of $178.00 is collected for this class. Starting date for this class is 6/26/2015. Ending date for this class is 9/6/2015.
Item0731SecIB220cr04:00pm-10:00pm  MTWTh
  Rm2502B   Keever, B
  Shahan, J
  Lindberg, C
An additional fee of $178.00 is collected for this class. Starting date for this class is 6/22/2015. Ending date for this class is 9/3/2015.
MFGT 106
Intermediate Manufacturing
This BEGINNING program prepares individuals as CNC Machinists.  Instruction covers programming, set-up and operation of Okuma CNC machining and turning centers, blueprint reading, math , machine tool theory,CMM inspection, surface plate techniques, and Lean Mfg. Permission of instructor required. Prerequisite: Successful completion of MFGT 105.
Evening Classes
Item0749SecIB320cr05:00pm-09:00pm  F
  Rm2502B   Ashbaugh, D
   08:00am-05:00pm  SaSu
  Rm2502B   Bigony, M
An additional fee of $138.00 is collected for this class. Starting date for this class is 6/22/2015. Ending date for this class is 9/6/2015.
Item0747SecIB220cr04:00pm-10:00pm  MTWTh
  Rm2502B   Keever, B
  Rm2502B   Lindberg, C
  Rm2502B   Staff, Part
An additional fee of $138.00 is collected for this class. Starting date for this class is 6/26/2015. Ending date for this class is 9/6/2015.
MFGT 120
Manufacturing Technology Applications
This INTERMEDIATE program prepares individuals as CNC Machinists.  Instruction covers programming, set-up and operation of Okuma CNC machining and turning centers, blueprint reading, math, machine tool theory, CMM inspection, surface plate techniques, and Lean Mfg. Permission of Instructor required. Prerequisite: Successful completion of MFGT 115 with a 2.0 GPA or better. Mandatory Decimal Grading.
Evening Classes
Item0765SecIB320cr05:00pm-09:00pm  F
  Rm2502B   Ashbaugh, D
   08:00am-05:00pm  SaSu
  Rm2502B   Bigony, M
An additional fee of $138.00 is collected for this class. Starting date for this class is 6/26/2015. Ending date for this class is 9/6/2015.
Item0763SecIB220cr04:00pm-10:00pm  MTWTh
  Rm2502B   Keever, B
  Rm2502B   Staff, Part
  Rm2502B   Lindberg, C
An additional fee of $138.00 is collected for this class. Starting date for this class is 6/26/2015. Ending date for this class is 9/6/2015.
 
Clean Energy Technology
NRG 120
Solar Electric Design & Applications
Explore the use of sunlight to produce electricity. Practical & economical design of photovoltaic power systems, site analysis, system sizing, equip. specs & component selection, code requirements, economics of PV systems, and energy efficiency and conservation impacts on system design will be covered.  Student option grading.
Evening Classes
Item0851SecY15cr05:00pm-07:30pm  TTh
Hybrid Rm1725   Bradt, R
   09:00am-02:30pm  Sa
  Rm1725   
This class will meet on the following dates: 7/7, 7/9, 7/11, 8/4, 8/6, and 8/8. Taught partially online, partially on-campus. Go to http://www.shoreline.edu/eLearning/ for more information. An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
NRG 201
Zero Energy Design Practicum
Students will gain hands-on, practical knowledge of the methods and materials explored in NRG design. Prerequisite: NRG 120, nrg 130, and NRG 200 or instructor permission.  Student option grading.
Evening Classes
Item0853SecY13cr07:30pm-08:35pm  MW
Hybrid Rm2946   Petruzzella,
Taught partially online, partially on-campus. Go to http://www.shoreline.edu/eLearning/ for more information. An additional fee of $7.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
NRG 202
Career Seminar for Clean Technology
Prepare students for internships and jobs in the Clean Technology industry. Will include networking strategies, cover letters, resume, interviewing skills.  Prerequisite:  Successful completion of at least 2 NRG classes. Mandatory P/NC grading.
Evening Classes
Item0855SecS13cr05:30pm-07:10pm  MW
  Rm2946   Petruzzella,
An additional fee of $1.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class. Class includes some Internet content.
 
Plus 50 Computer
P-CMP 101
E-Mail-Outlook Basics +50
This is a great skill-building class to learn practical email basics for personal or business use.  Topics: an overview of email components; an introduction to Outlook 2010; composing and organizing messages; setting up and managing contacts and to-do lists; scheduling appointments, and organizing meetings.  No previous experience required.
Evening Classes
Item6903Sec011.1cr04:00pm-07:00pm  T
  Rm1308   Berkley, W
Starting date for this class is 6/23/2015. Ending date for this class is 7/7/2015.
P-CMP 102
Getting Started with Computers +50
A beginning level class where you learn computer basics and practical applications for personal or business use.  Topics include:  overview of PC hardware and software concepts; Windows 7; word processing and spreadsheets; printing; Internet browsing, , e-mail use, and computer and Internet safety.   No previous experience required.
Evening Classes
Item0883Sec011.4cr04:00pm-07:00pm  T
  Rm1304   Berkley, W
Starting date for this class is 7/14/2015. Ending date for this class is 7/28/2015.
P-CMP 104
Quickbooks: A Serious Introduction +50
This hands-on class will give a quick start at using this valuable accounting software that is used by more than 80% of small to mid-sized businesses.  You will learn the basics of how QuickBooks can aid you in performing daily through monthly bookkeeping and accounting operations for a business.
Evening Classes
Item6906Sec011.3cr06:00pm-09:00pm  Th
  Rm1305   Hudson, J
Starting date for this class is 6/25/2015. Ending date for this class is 7/23/2015.
P-CMP 129
Word 2013 Essentials +50
Learn the basics and beyond of this robust word processing program.  You will create, edit, and proofread documents, change the look of text and the document, present information in columns and tabs and work with graphics, symbols, and diagrams.  Prerequisites: familiarity with the Windows environment and working with a mouse and keyboard.
Evening Classes
Item6908Sec011cr06:00pm-09:00pm  MW
  Rm1304   Aldrich, M
Starting date for this class is 6/22/2015. Ending date for this class is 7/1/2015.
P-CMP 132
Excel 2013 Essentials +50
Learn the basics and beyond of creating spreadsheets. You will create, edit and format a worksheet, perform calculations, print workbook contents, filter and sort data, and work with charts. You'll learn to use the Help and other built-in tools. Prerequisites: familiarity with the Windows environment and working with a mouse and keyboard.
Evening Classes
Item6909Sec011cr06:00pm-09:00pm  MW
  Rm1305   Aldrich, M
Starting date for this class is 7/8/2015. Ending date for this class is 7/15/2015.
 
Physical Education
PE 117
Yoga I
Introductory class where the focus is from the inside out. Gain better balance, strength, flexibility and stability from the body's core. Will blend energizing effort with relaxing, while quieting the mind, toning the body and inspiring personal confidence.  Previously PE 134. Student option grading.
Evening Classes
Item0891SecS32cr06:00pm-07:15pm  TTh
  Rm3025   Toney, M
An additional fee of $1.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class. Class includes some Internet content.
PE 217
Yoga II
Advanced class.   Increase your balance, strength, flexibility and stability from the body's core with refined yoga techniques. Blend energizing effort with relaxing; inhaling with exhaling, quieting, toning the body, and inspiring personal confidence. Previously PE 234. Prerequisite: PE 117 or permission. Student option grading.
Evening Classes
Item0905SecS32cr06:00pm-07:15pm  TTh
  Rm3025   Toney, M
An additional fee of $1.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class. Class includes some Internet content.
PE 260
Fitness Participation
Fitness experience designed for the student who already has knowledge in a team or individual sport, or lifetime fitness activity and is interested in continuing participation in that activity.  Grade based on attendance and participation only.  No written assignments.   Previously PE 260. Prerequisite: 100 or 200 level of the specific activity course required. Mandatory P/NC grading.
Evening Classes
Item0921SecS51cr06:00pm-07:15pm  TTh
  Rm3025   Toney, M
This section is fitness participation in YOGA. An additional fee of $1.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class. Class includes some Internet content.
 
Sociology
SOC& 101
Introduction to Sociology
Introduces the major perspectives and methods in sociology to explain the principles of society, culture and sociocultural relationships. Topics include socialization, social interaction and structure, groups, organizations, deviance, stratification, inequality, institutions and social change.  Previously SOC 110. Mandatory decimal grading.
Evening Classes
Item0975SecS25cr06:00pm-08:50pm  MW
  Rm1814   Clarke, L
An additional fee of $1.00 PER CREDIT is collected for this class. Class includes some Internet content.
 
 
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