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Accounting
ACCT& 201
Principles of Accounting I
Basic principles, theories and procedures for reporting business transactions; analysis and presentation of financial information, integrated with computer applications. Previously ACCTG 210.  Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online King, D
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
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Online Fader, B
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
ACCT& 202
Principles of Accounting II
Accounting for short- and long-term assets and liabilities, corporations, statement of cash flows, financial statement analysis, and generally accepted accounting principles; integrated with computer applications.  Previously ACCTG 220.  Prerequisites:  ACCT& 201.  Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Fader, B
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
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Online King, D
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
ACCT& 203
Principles of Accounting III
An introduction to job-, process- and activity-based costing, capital budgets, standard costs, cost-volume-profit analysis, and analysis of accounting information for managerial decision-making; integrated with computer applications.  Previously ACCTG 230.  Prerequisites: ACCT& 201.  Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online King, D
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
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Online King, D
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
ACCT 208
Not-for Profit and Governmental Accounting
An introduction to acounting for not-for-profit organizations and state and local governments. Topics include general and special fund accounting for state and local governments, hospitals, charities, foundations, colleges and universities. Prerequisites: Successful completion of ACCT& 201 and 202. Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Trippel, S
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
American Ethnic Studies
AES 215
From Rhymes to Reason: The Culture of Hip Hop
This course examines the culture of hip hop from its South Bronx (NYC) beginnings in the early 1970's to its globalization.  Students explore the musical, visual, spoken word and literary elements of hip hop. Topics include the role of race, class, gender, politics, appropriation and commodification. Previously IASTU 215. Student option grading.
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Online Solam, J
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Anthropology
ANTH& 205
Biological Anthropology
The evolutionary biology of human beings is explored by examining the tenets of evolutionary theory, genetics, primate anatomy and behavior, the fossil record, and the range of biological diversity within and between contemporary human populations.  Previously ANTH 201. Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Tarrant, L
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Art
ART& 100
Art Appreciation: The World of Art
Students learn to analyze diverse forms of art from world cultures.  Students explore the creative process, visual elements of art, and cultural/political contexts in which art is made.  Course may include themes such as birth/death, public vs. private art, the human form, etc. This course is for non-majors.  Previously ART 125. Prerequisite: ENGL100 or equivalent. Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Allison, M
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Art History
ARTH 225
Survey of Western Art: Medieval/Baroque/Rococo
Students study and analyze Western art and architecture from the Early Medieval Period to the 19th century.  Students will evaluate how art has been influenced by significant artists, beliefs, and stylistic traditions. Previously ARTH 202. Student option grading.
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Online Takechi, K
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Biology
BIOL 126
Sustainable Gardening/Horticulture
This lab science course teaches environmentally responsible gardening practices and landscaping.  Content includes plant identification, plant anatomy, soils, fertilizers/composting, integrated pest management, and water conservation.  Previously BIOSC 126. Student option grading.
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Online Penn, J
Optional Service Learning Available. For more information, go to Service Learning page or: http://servicelearning.shoreline.edu/index.cfm An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BIOL& 170
Human Biology
Introduction to the systems of the human body.  Structures and functions of these systems will be stressed along with unifying principles such as nutrition, sex, genetics, environment, exercise and the aging process.  Previously BIOSC 108.  Student option grading.
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Online Wennstrom, K
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
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Online Staff, Part
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
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Online Gibson, N
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Business
BUS& 101
Introduction to Business
Survey of the role of business in a modern market economy, its growth, influence, and relationship to social responsibility.  This course will include, but will not be limited to, a study of business objectives, internal and external functions, and organizational management challenges. Previously BUSAD 100. Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Starr, D
Additional fees of $10.55 for the class plus $7.50 per credit are collected for this class.
BUS 102
Business Mathematics
Develop analytical skills using estimating, ratio-proportion, percents, graphing, trade/cash discounts, merchandising, simple/compound interest and credit. The course contains elements of communication, critical thinking and problem solving.  Previously BUSAD 175. Prerequisite: MATH 060 or score of 22 on COMPASS placement test. Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Starr, D
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUS 103
Multiculturalism in the Workplace
Explore multicultural understanding in the workplace from a business leadership perspective.  Develop a personal and historical understanding of power and privilege to understand how multiculturalism can make businesses successful.  Previously BUSAD 103.  Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online McCloskey, P
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
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Online McCloskey, P
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUS 105
Essentials of Human Relations
This interactive class will cover strategies on effective communication in organizations.  It will also discuss human behavior, motivation and leadership styles and provide tools on how to be a better employee, who understands the value of a diverse workforce.  Previously BUSAD 112. Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Yamamoto,A
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
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Online Yamamoto,A
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUS 141
Purchasing & Supply Management Fundamentals
Introduction to the basic principles of purchasing and supply chain management with emphasis on understanding the purchasing and supply processes, organizational concepts, policy, relationships, and tools and techniques including cost/price analysis, and value analysis. Previously BUSAD 190.  Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Baker, R
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUS 142
Sourcing and Supplier Relations Fundamentals
Sourcing concepts, methods and techniques used to manage an organization's supply base are discussed. Emphasis is on strategic sourcing, including supplier selection, development and evaluation, supplier quality, and global sourcing. Previously BUSAD 191. Student option grading.
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Online Baker, R
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUS 143
Materials Management
A critical examination of materials management principles, concepts and activities, including purchasing, inventory control, traffic, store-keeping, receiving, inspection, production control and the disposal of surplus.  Previously BUSAD 192.  Student option grading.
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Online Baker, R
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUS 144
Logistics and Transportation Fundamentals
The course examines logistics principles, concepts and activities, including balancing logistic factors to achieve optimal performance. Topics include pricing analysis, regulatory restrictions, scheduling, protecting, warehousing, information systems, customer service, and shipping.  Previously BUSAD 170. Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Baker, R
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUS 208
Sustainable Marketing
An analysis of an organization's opportunities to develop sustainable business practices related to effective marketing strategies.  Sustainable marketing requires a new holistic paradigm with equal emphasis on environmental, social equity and financial concerns. Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online McCloskey, S
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUS 270
Entrepreneurship- Starting a New Business
Develop the skills to create a comprehensive, professional business plan for a new or existing venture. Conduct a feasibility analysis, determine form of ownership, design finance and marketing plans and examine key aspects of small business management. Previously BUSAD 270. Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online McCloskey, S
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Business Technology
BUSTC 101
Beginning Keyboarding
Introduces the keyboard and operational parts of the personal computer. Special attention is given to correct techniques and beginning formatting of memorandums, letters, and reports. Previously BUSTC 100. Student option grading.
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Online Liaw, M
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUSTC 102
Speed Keyboarding 1
Speed, accuracy, and technique drills on a personal computer. Designed for students who are keyboarding at various speeds. Prerequisite: BUSTC 101 or equivalent and 20 wpm keyboarding by touch.  Student option grading.
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Online Liaw, M
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUSTC 103
Speed Keyboarding 2
Speed, accuracy, and technique drills on a personal computer.  Windowss OS required. Prerequisite: BUSTC 101 or equivalent and 20 wpm keyboarding by touch. Student option grading.
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Online Liaw, M
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUSTC 105
Computer Applications
Introduction to computers and application sofware in a Windows based environment. Topics include: file mamagement, the internet, and MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint). Prerequisites: ENGL 100 or ESL 100 or instructor permission. Student option grading.
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Online Dalton, G
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUSTC 107
Computer 10-Key
Learn the touch-key method on a computer 10-key pad. Student option grading.
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Online Liaw, M
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUSTC 112
Filing
Filing is the organization and storage of business correspondence. Through a series of instruction and exercises, students apply the fundamental rules of filing. Student option grading.
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Online Liaw, M
For BUSTC majors only.  Contact Marcia Liaw at mliaw@shoreline.edu for permission. Instructor permission required. An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUSTC 128
Word 2013, Level 1
Introduction to Microsoft Word. Students will learn the basic features to create business documents. Prerequisites: BUSTC 101 or 25 wpm keyboarding. Student Option Grading.
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Online Liaw, M
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUSTC 129
Word 2013, Level 2
Learn advanced features of Microsoft Word. Topics include shared documents, footnotes/endnotes, headers/footers, mail merge, sort, styles, macros, tables/indexes, and forms. Prerequisite: BUSTC 128. Student Option Grading.
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Online Liaw, M
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUSTC 135
Applied Word Processing
Apply previously learned advanced word processing techniques in the preparation of business documents using Word.  Emphasis is on accuracy and mailable copy. Prerequisite:  BUSTC 129.  Student option grading.
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Online Liaw, M
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUSTC 150
Excel 2013
Designed for the beginning Excel user. Learn to build spreadsheets using basic and intermediate features of Microsoft Excel. File Management experience recommended. Prerequisite: ENGL 100 or ESL 100 or instructor permission and MATH 098. Student option grading.
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Online Dalton, G
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUSTC 160
PowerPoint 2013
Learn to organize information and create professional-looking graphic presentations.  Learn the basic, intermediate, and advanced features of PowerPoint. Student option grading.
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Online Liaw, M
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUSTC 170
Acess 2013
Designed for the beginning Access user. Introduction to basic and intermediate features of Microsoft Access. File Management experience recommended. Student option grading.
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Online Dalton, G
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUSTC 185
Publisher 2013
Learn to design and create professional quality publications that combine text, graphics, illustrations, and photographs (desktop publishing). Recommended: BUSTC 128 or equivalent, 25 wpm keyboarding. Student option grading.
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Online Liaw, M
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUSTC 215
Professional Communications
Learn writing strategies to produce a variety of professional communications such as business letters, memos, e-mail, and a short report.  Learn to use the Internet and Shoreline library databases to research business topics and present information.  Previously BUSTC 252. Prerequisite:  Placement in ENGL& 101 or successful completion of ENGL 100 or ESL 100 or BUSTC 115 with a 2.0 or better. Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Dalton, G
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
BUSTC 270
Office Procedures
Capstone course for Business Technology majors or others who want to learn about the role of the administrative assistant and current technologies. Prerequisite:  Completion of BUSTC 128 Word Level I or equivalent or instructor permission.  Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Walker
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
CAST 102
Child Maltreatment & Advocacy
This introductory course for Child Advocacy Studies covers the history, perspectives, legal framework and responses to child maltreatment. It is approached from a variety of diverse professional perspectives. The course is designed for students intererested in gaining knowledge of child maltreatment. Dual listed as SOC 102. Mandatory Decimal Grading.
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Online Phillips, L
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
CAST 285
Gender, Violence and Social Change
Study of gendered violence, its history, current research and contemporary issues. Social, psychological, legal and politacal implications of abuse are considered. Areas of study include child abuse, rape, domestic violence and sexual harassment. Recommend ENGL& 101. Dual listedwith GWS 285. Student Option Grading.
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Online McKenzie, T
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Chemistry
CHEM 256
Introduction to Biochemistry
Second of a two-quarter series surveying basic principles of biochemistry and molecular biology, emphasizing broad understanding of chemical events in living systems in terms of metabolism and structure-function relationships of biologically important molecules.  Prerequisite: CHEM 255 with a 2.0 or higher or instructor permission.  Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Breithaupt,
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Criminal Justice
CJ& 101
Introduction to Criminal Justice
An examination of crime, its causes and its impact on American life; the issues and challenges facing the American criminal justice system; the history and structure of the three major components of the justice system; and an introduction to the theories of sentencing and punishment. Previously CRIMJ 131. Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Forst, L
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
CJ& 110
Criminal Law
A study of the nature and purpose of the criminal law, its sources, limitations and general principles, defenses and the wide range of criminal conduct covered by the criminal law.  The Revised Code of Washington is also studied. Previously CRIMJ 133. Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Jeske, D
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
CJ 120
Administration of Justice
A study of the structure and processes of the federal and state courts in American, their organization and jurisdiction and the impact of the Constitution. We will examine the roles of judges, attorneys, and law enforcement when citizens are charged with crimes. Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Ott, J
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
CJ 238
Criminal Evidence and Constitutional Law
Examines the role played by the U.S. and Washington State Constitutions in the application of criminal law and procedures.  Students will analyze U.S. Supreme Court decisions and their effect on the admissibility of evidence. Previously CRIMJ 238. Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Ecelbarger,
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
CJ 290
Internship
A program in which the student will work directly with a criminal justice agency in a wide variety of tasks to give the student a better understanding of day to day operation and the tasks performed by a part of the criminal justice system.  Previously CRIMJ 273. Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Forst, L
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Communication Studies
CMST& 101
Introduction to Communication
Students learn verbal, nonverbal and listening skills essential to effective living and become competent communicators by applying interpersonal, small group, public speaking, and cross-cultural communication theories to a variety of contexts including the workplace, communities, and families. Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 100/ENGL 100 or higher. Student option grading.
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Online Waddell, D
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
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Online Zaragoza, K
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Economics
ECON& 202
Macro Economics
What determines national economic growth and prosperity?  What causes booms and busts?  What are the effects of government policies regarding taxes, government spending and money supply?  Issues include: unemployment, inflation, international trade and globalization.  Previously ECON 201.  Prerequisites: ECON& 201 Micro Economics or equivalent with instructor permission.  Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Howard, G
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Education
EDUC& 115
Child Growth and Development
Explore the stages of development from pre-natal through elementary school age, with a special emphasis on multicultural perspectives and how to apply developmental principles to education and home settings. Previously EDUC 101. Student option grading.
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Online Peace-Gladst
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
EDUC 140
Instructional Methods: K-3
Explore concepts, materials, methods and standards in the early elementary years.  Content will incorporate a multicultural perspective that supports the learning styles of individual children.  Previously EDU 140. Student option grading.
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Online Peace-Gladst
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
EDUC& 202
Introduction to Education
Explore how you may fit into the teaching profession. This intro course examines the complex role of American education in the global economy of the 21st century.  We will analyze current research & trends in education to examine issues that affect teachers from preschool through high school, students and families.  Previously EDU 100.  Student option grading.
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Online Qaasim, T
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
EDUC 210
Best Practices in Special Education
Explore the systems and instructional methods used to teach exceptional students in regular and special education.  Develop strategies for collaboration between professionals and parents.  Prerequisite: EDUC& 204 recommended. Student option grading.
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Online Qaasim, T
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
EDUC 265
Issues and Trends in Childhood Education
Examine, analyze and interpret issues and trends in Early Childhood Education within the context of a rapidly changing society.  Topics include educational reform, student assessment, teacher training, inclusion, multiculturalism and diversity, curriculum innovations, educational technology. Previously EDU 265.
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Online Peace-Gladst
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
EDUC 296
Student Internship II
This is the advanced level of the student internship sequence. Each student is expected to work as a team member and demonstrate professionalism in a supervised education setting. Student will learn skills in classroom management, curriculum design and material development. Continued weekly seminars & portfolio development.  Prerequisite:  EDUC 290. Student option grading.
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Online Qaasim, T
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
English
ENGL 100
Analytical Reading and Writing
Students develop analytical reading, writing, and thinking skills necessary for writing college-level essays. Prerequisite: COMPASS scores of 73 in Reading and 47 in Writing, or completion of ENGL 090 or equivalent with a 2.0 or better, or instructor permission. Student option grading.
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Online Henry, G
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
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.
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Online Leung, E
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
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Online Handrich, D
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
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Online Leung, E
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
ENGL& 102
Composition II: Reasoning/Research/Writing
Students write research essays on various topics.  Using both traditional and new information technologies, they develop skills as researchers, critical thinkers and writers of documented analysis and argumentation. Themes of individual sections are available at the online English page. Previously ENG 102. Prerequisites: Completion of ENGL& 101 with a grade of 2.0 or better. Student option grading.
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Online Rody, S
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
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Online Daniel, D
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
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Online Modzelewski,
Theme: "Technology and Its Impact Upon Society." An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Geography
GEOG& 100
Introduction to Geography
An introduction to the diverse field of geography.  Introduction to physical and human geography with an emphasis on the nature and complexity of the human imprint on the Earth's surface. Survey of major topical issues studied by geographers including landforms, climate, population, culture, cities and government.  Previously GEOG 100. Prerequisite: Placement in ENGL 100 or ESL 100 or successful completion of ENGL 090 or ESL 099. Student option grading.
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Online Gluch, R
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Geology
GEOL& 101
Introduction to Physical Geology
An introductory-level geology course with laboratory exploring the Earth's materials and major geologic processes including plate tectonics, earthquakes, volcanism and mountain building.  Previously GEOL 101. Student option grading.
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Online GIESE-SOLA-L
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Gender Women's Studies
GWS 285
Gender, Violence and Social Change
Study of gendered violence, its history, current research and contemporary issues. Social, psychological, legal and political implications of abuse are considered. Areas of study include child abuse, rape, domestic violence and sexual harassment. Previously WOMEN 285. Recommend ENGL& 101. Dual listed with CAST 285. Student Option Grading.
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Online McKenzie, T
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Health Informatics/Info Mgmt
HIIM 134
Medical Terminology
Study of word elements (prefixes, suffixes and roots), terms in anatomy and physiology, selected diseases, symptoms, procedures, x-ray and laboratory tests in common usage, and commonly used medical abbreviations.  Accurate spelling, meaning of terms and word elements, and pronunciation. Previously HCI 132. Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENGL 100 or ESL 100 or COMPASS test score showing readiness for ENGL& 101. Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Wilde, D
Students need to purchase both the textbook and a new publisher's access code for this course. An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
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Online Lui, D
Students need to purchase both the textbook and a new publisher's access code for this course. An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
HIIM 154
Medical Reimbursement Systems
Overview of inpatient/outpatient health insurance plans, revenue cycles, health insurance claims, health insurance terminology, reimbursement methodologies for professional services, completion of  billing forms, fraud and abuse/HIPAA issues, processing, various prospective payment systems. Prerequisite: Completion with a grade of 2.0 or higher ofHIIM 171 and HIIM 172 or concurrent enrollment. HIIM advisor permission required. Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Sims, M
  Cadwell, E
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
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Online Sims, M
  Cadwell, E
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
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Online Sims, M
  Cadwell, E
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
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Online Sims, M
  Cadwell, E
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
   
HIIM 170
Legal Aspects of Health Care
An introduction to legal concepts court functions, and practices. Confidentiality/release of information standards with practice including HIPAA requirements, confidentiality, security of data, and fraud/abuseissues. Prerequisite: Completion of ENGL& 101 and HIIM 125 with a grade of 2.0 or higher. HIIM adversor permission required. Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Anderson, G
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
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Online Anderson, G
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
HIIM 172
CPT Coding
Instruction and practice in outpatient coding using CPT and HCPCS coding systems. Ethical and legal coding practices stressed.  Reimbursement methodologies related to APC's and RBRVS.  Previously HCI 172. Prerequisite:  Completion with a grade of 2.0 or higher - HIIM 171, 174, 175 or concurrent enrollment.  HIIM Advisor permission required.  Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Anderson, G
Additional fees of $44.00 for the class plus $7.50 per credit are collected for this class.
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Online Anderson, G
Additional fees of $44.00 for the class plus $7.50 per credit are collected for this class.
HIIM 224
Management for Health Information Supervisors
Health Information Department management. Written/oral communications, legal aspects of supervision, job analysis/descriptions, interviewing, hiring, new staff orientation, staff education, motivation, problem employees, performance evaluations, unions, policies, procedures, office safety/layout, planning, budgets. Prerequisites: Formal acceptance into the second year of the Health Information Technology program. Completion with a grade of 2.0 or higher or concurrent enrollment in all HIIM courses required in the HIT program. HIIM Advisor permission required. Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Cadwell, E
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
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Online Cadwell, E
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
HIIM 235
Health Information Technology Capstone Course
Student teams research and present business plans for a new clinic health information department   Investigate, select and present department functions, job descriptions, supplies/equipment list, policies, procedures, flow charts, layout, and budget according to team-developed planning time table.  Previously HCI 232.  Prerequisites:  Formal acceptance into the second year of the Health Information Technology program, completion with a grade of 2.0 or higher or concurrent enrollment in all courses required in the HIT program.  HIIM advisor Permission required. Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online McKay, T
  Zeibak, S
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
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Online McKay, T
  Zeibak, S
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
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Online McKay, T
  Zeibak, S
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
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Online McKay, T
  Zeibak, S
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
History
HIST& 146
US History I: Early America to 1800
Chronological and thematic study of U.S. history from Early America to 1800 with emphasis on its cultural, diplomatic, economic, political, and social elements. Major topics: indigenous societies, European conquest and colonization, ethnic and religious diversity, slavery, the American Revolution, the U.S. Constitution, and republicanism. Prerequisite: Concurrent or successful completion of ENGL& 101 is recommended. Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Jordan-Zirkl
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
HIST 245
History of American Immigration
Multicultural study of immigration to the United States from the era of colonization to the present. Examination of the process of immigration and adaptation to life in the U.S., as well as reaction to immigrants by native-born Americans.  Focus includes Asian, European, Latin American, and African immigrants. Prerequisite: Concurrent or successful completion of ENGL& 101 is recommended. Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Kinsel, A
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Human Development
HUMDV 101
College Orientation and Success
Develop skills important to success in college including goal setting, time management, stress reduction, study skills, academic and career planning.  Mandatory P/NC grading.
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Online Staff
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class. Starting date for this class is 4/13/2015. Ending date for this class is 5/15/2015. This is a variable credit course. Register for the number of credits desired.
HUMDV 130
Stress Management
Provide students with an understanding of the effects of stress on health, happiness and performance.  Examine personal stressors and stress reduction skills. Mandatory P/NC grading.
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Online Staff
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
HUMDV 140
Improving Relationships
Designed to help students communicate effectively with those close to them.  Explore communication skills that enrich relationships. Mandatory P/NC grading.
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Online Staff
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Mathematics
MATH 098
Intermediate Algebra I
Fundamentals and applications of algebra including solving linear equations and inequalities, lines, solving systems of equations, functions, graphing functions, rational exponents, exponential functions, logarithms. Prerequisite: MATH 070 (2.0 or better), or a score of 25 or higher on the Albegra COMPASS test. Student option Grading.
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Online Marchetti, F
Class requires proctored written exams at an instructor-approved site. Additional fees of $5.00 for the class plus $7.50 per credit are collected for this class.
MATH 099
Intermediate Algebra II
Simplifying and evaluating linear, quadratic, polynomial, radical, rational, exponential, and logarithmic expressions. Solving these same types of equations and inequalities with graphs and applications to real world modeling and investigating functions. Prerequisite: MATH 098 (2.0 or better), or a score of 51 or higher on the Algebra Compass test, or a score of 28 or higher on the College Algebra COMPASS test. Student Option Grading.
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Online Marchetti, F
Class requires proctored written exams at an instructor-approved site. Additional fees of $5.00 for the class plus $7.50 per credit are collected for this class.
MATH& 107
Math in Society
Practical applications of mathematics as they arise in everyday life.  Includes finance math, probability & statistics, and a selection of other topics.  Designed for students who are not preparing for calculus.  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 COMPASSS test or a score of 35 or higher on the College Algebra COMPASS test.  Student Option Grading.
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Online Bogart, S
Class requires proctored written exams at an instructor-approved site. Additional fees of $5.00 for the class plus $7.50 per credit are collected for this class.
MATH 111
Elements of Pre-Calculus
Algebra topics including mathematical modeling, graphing & problem solving w/ polynomial, rational, exponential  & logarithmic functions. Applications.  Topics from mathematics of finance.  Intended for students in business, social sciences & some biological sciences.  Prerequisite: MATH 099 (2.0 or better), or MATH 094 and MATH 095 (2.0 or better), or a score of 75 or higher on the Algebra COMPASS test, or a score of 35 or higher on the College Algebra COMPASS test. Student option grading.
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Online Calaway, S
Class requires proctored written exams at an instructor-approved site. Additional fees of $5.00 for the class plus $7.50 per credit are collected for this class.
MATH& 141
Precalculus I
The elementary functions and their graphs, with applications to mathematical modeling. Examples include linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions, composite functions, inverse functions and transformation of graphs. Prerequisite: MATH 099 (2.0 or better), or MATH 094 and MATH 095 (2.0 or better), or a score of 75 or higher on the Algebra COMPASS test, or a score of 35 or higher on the College Algebra COMPASS test. Student option grading.
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Online Sandven, L
Class requires proctored written exams at an instructor-approved site. Additional fees of $5.00 for the class plus $7.50 per credit are collected for this class.
MATH& 142
Precalculus II
Triangle trigonometry, circular and inverse trigonometric functions, trigonometric identities, solving trigonometric equations, applications of trigonometry. Polar coordinates and parametric equations. Prerequisite: MATH& 141 (2.0 or better) or a score of 70 or higher on the College Algebra COMPASS test. Student option grading.
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Online Savage, N
Class requires proctored written exams at an instructor-approved site. Additional fees of $5.00 for the class plus $7.50 per credit are collected for this class.
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.
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Online Leyden, S
Class requires proctored written exams at an instructor-approved site. Additional fees of $5.00 for the class plus $7.50 per credit are collected for this class.
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Online Leyden, S
Class requires proctored written exams at an instructor-approved site. Additional fees of $5.00 for the class plus $7.50 per credit are collected for this class.
MATH& 148
Business Calculus
Differential and Integral Calculus of elementary functions with an emphasis on business and social science applications.  Designed for students who want a brief course in Calculus.  (No credit given to those who have completed MATH& 151.)  Prerequisite:  MATH 111 preferred (2.0 or better) or MATH& 141 (2.0 or better), or a score of 70 or higher on the College Algebra COMPASS test. Student option grading.
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Online Lovejoy, J
Class requires proctored written exams at an instructor-approved site. Additional fees of $5.00 for the class plus $7.50 per credit are collected for this class.
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.
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Online Leyden, S
Class requires proctored written exams at an instructor-approved site. Additional fees of $5.00 for the class plus $7.50 per credit are collected for this class.
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Online Leyden, S
Class requires proctored written exams at an instructor-approved site. Additional fees of $5.00 for the class plus $7.50 per credit are collected for this class.
 
Multicultural Studies
MCS 105
Introduction to Multicultural Studies
Students will develop a personal and historical understanding of issues related to race, social class, gender, sexual orientation, disabilities & culture; and how these issues are used in the distribution of power and privilege in the U.S. Previously IASTU 105. Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENGL 100 or placement into ENGL& 101. Student option grading.
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Online Barnett, E
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
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Online Wright, T
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
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Online Ingram, C
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
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Online Barnett, E
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Medical Lab Technology
MLT 123
AIDS & HIV Education for Health Care Workers
Introduction to AIDS & HIV. Topics include exposure risk, infection control measures, symptoms of illness, opportunistic infections & bloodborne pathogens. HIV testing reviewed. Outside class activities assigned. Meets the Washington State requirement for HIV/AIDS education for healthcare workers. Previously MLT 216. Prerequisite: Successful completion ENGL 100 or equivalent, or COMPASS text above ENGL 100. Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Edwards, C
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Music
MUSC 100
Introduction to Music Theory
An introduction to reading and writing music.  Topics include standard music notation, meter, rhythm, scales and key signatures. May be used in preparation for MUSC& 141. Previously MUSIC 100. Prerequisite: Conurrent enrollment in MUSC 120 required for music and music technology majors. Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Reid, D
Additional fees of $21.00 for the class plus $7.50 per credit are collected for this class.
MUSC& 105
Music Appreciation
Why does music affect us the way it does? There is no escaping music in our society; it's everywhere. Together we will discover how and why music has impacted our culture through the centuries. We will explore music's history, its basic elements, and its power to alter entire societies. Previously MUSIC 107. Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENGL 100 (or equivalent) or test placement into ENGL& 101. Student option grading.
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Online Ehrlich, B
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
MUSC 139
Sibelius Music Notation Software
A fully online course introducing students to the creation of music using music notation software.  Basic understanding of music notation is required. Prerequisite: MUSC 100 or instructor permission. Student option grading.
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Online Spitz, B
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Music Technology
MUSTC 106
Acoustics of Music
Students are introduced to the acoustical properties of sound and music. The course begins with an introduction to simple vibrating systems, wave and wave propagation and progress and goes through the reception of sound, frequency and pitch to auditorium and room acoustics. Prerequisite: Successful completion of Math 080 (2.0 or better) or a score of 60 or higher on the Algebra COMPASS test. Student option grading.
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Online Reid, D
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
MUSTC 151
Introduction to MIDI
Course introduces students to MIDI music production using synthesizers, sequencers, samplers, drum machines, personal computers and electronic control devices.  The history, transmission, and protocol of the MIDI data stream are examined.  Instruction is balanced between demonstration and hands-on learning opportunities.  Previously MUSTC 230. Prerequisite:  VCT124 (may be taken concurrently) or instructor permission. Student option grading.
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Online Kashiwa, J
Additional fees of $80.00 for the class plus $7.50 per credit are collected for this class.
MUSTC 152
MIDI Sequencing I
This course introduces students to MIDI sequencing technology using the Macintosh computer.  Students learn basic MIDI production skills including real and step-time entry, quantization, looping, transposition, editing, and sound selection.  The course features both demonstration and hands-on learning opportunities.  Previously MUSTC 231. Prerequisite: MUSTC 151. Student option grading.
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Online Kashiwa, J
Additional fees of $80.00 for the class plus $7.50 per credit are collected for this class.
MUSTC 153
MIDI Sequencing II
This course develops advanced skill in MIDI sequencing technology. Students learn MIDI functions including data manipulation in various editing environments, synchronization, humanization, and the use of plug-ins and virtual instruments.  The course features a balance of demonstration and hands-on learning opportunities. Previously MUSTC 241. Prerequisite: MUSTC 151, MUSTC 152. Student option grading.
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Online Kashiwa, J
Additional fees of $80.00 for the class plus $7.50 per credit are collected for this class.
MUSTC 163
MIDI Drum Programming
Students learn to program drumbeats using available MIDI devices.  A variety of styles and approaches are presented to develop skill in both real-time and step entry programming.  Instruction is balanced between demonstration and hands-on learning.  Previously MUSTC 234. Prerequisite: MUSTC 151 or instructor permission. Student option grading.
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Online Kashiwa, J
Additional fees of $80.00 for the class plus $7.50 per credit are collected for this class.
MUSTC 243
Pop and Commercial Music Theory III
Application of music theory concepts to create commercially viable pop music.  Advanced ear training, arranging, production techniques, chord substitution, progressions in non-diatonic function. Counterpoint technique in pop music.  Individualized creative projects accumulate techniques acquired in 3-quarter sequence. Previously MUSTC 217. Prerequisite: MUSTC 242 or equivalent with permission of instructor.  Student option grading.
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Online Spitz, B
Additional fees of $21.00 for the class plus $7.50 per credit are collected for this class.
 
Clean Energy Technology
NRG 101
Introduction to Renewable Energy
Survey course on Renewable Energy Systems. This course fulfills the need for a basic understanding of electricity, conservation, and entropy. It includes measuring energy, OHM's Law, and renewable fuel. Student option grading.
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Online Petruzzella,
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
NRG 180
Blueprint & Specifications for Renewables
Introduction to reading, interpreting, developing documentation for renewable projects. Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Redding, D
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Nutrition
NUTR& 101
Nutrition
A general study of nutrients in food, its digestion, absorption and metabolism.  Course also deals with energy balance, weight control, nutritional assessment and improvement of general well-being. Previously NDF 110. Prerequisite:  Recommended: Completion of MATH 070 and ENGL 100 or ESL 100. Student option grading.
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Online Leahy, A
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
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Online Putnam, K
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
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Online Rovner, A
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
NUTR 188
Nutrition and Fitness
This course is designed for anyone wanting to improve their health through nutrition and fitness, from recreational exercisers to serious athletes. Included are discussions of fitness goals and guidelines, nutrients and energy systems, weight maintenance, eating disorders, nutrition misinformation, and supplement use.  Dual listed with PE 188. Prerequisites:  Recommended: Completion of MATH 070 and ENGL 100 or ESL 100.
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Online Leahy, A
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Parent Education
PARED 186
Parent Cooperative Preschool 3: 0-5
Parent education lecture course for parents of children birth to age 5.  Topics include child development, influences on development, guidance & discipline, health, nutrition, play, literacy & community building. Mandatory P/NC grading.
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Online Burnham, J
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Physical Education
PE 188
Nutrition and Fitness
This course is designed for anyone wanting to improve their health through nutrition and fitness, from recreational exercisers to serious athletes. Included are discussions of fitness goals and guidelines, nutrients and energy systems, weight maintenance, eating disorders, nutrition misinformation, and supplement use.  Dual listed with NUTR 188.  Prerequisites: Recommended: Completion of MATH 070 & ENGL 100 or ESL 100.  Student option grading.
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Online Leahy, A
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Philosophy
PHIL& 120
Symbolic Logic
Students translate reasoning into symbolic language and then test it for validity using algorithms and proof procedures similar to those used in math and computer science. Prerequisite: MATH 095 (2.0 or better), MATH 098 (2.0 or better), MATH 099 (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. Student option grading.
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Online Glezen, P
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
PHIL 248
Ethical Issues in Criminal Justice
Critical discussion of the philosophical, psychological, ethical under pinnings of human behavior in the Criminal Justice system, including ethical challenges and issues of  multiculturalism within the Criminal Justice system. Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Caldwell, R
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Physics
PHYS 110
Concepts of the Physical World
Introduction to selected physics concepts and theories. Intended for liberal arts and other non-science majors. Prerequisite: MATH 099 (2.0 or better).  Student option grading.
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Online Diemel, S
Additional fees of $15.00 for the class plus $7.50 per credit are collected for this class.
 
Political Science
POLS& 101
Introduction to Political Science
This course provides a general overview of the major political movements, ideologies, and regimes that have shaped the contemporary world. Examines the nature, purpose, and practice of politics in both its democratic and non-democratic forms. Emphasis on explaining political change and stability.  Previously POLSC 101.  Student option grading.
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Online Fralick, H
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Psychology
PSYC& 100
General Psychology
Course provides an introduction to the scientific study of the biological, mental, and social factors that influence human behavior. Topics covered include: personality, learning, memory, critical thinking, intelligence, psychological disorders, and treatments.  Previously PSYCH 100. Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Thompson, R
   Arr
  Thompson, R
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
PSYC& 200
Lifespan Psychology
A survey of human development from conception through death.  Physical, emotional, cognitive and psychosocial development will be explored. Previously PSYCH 204. Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Worley,M
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
PSYC 202
Biopsychology
How does our biology influence how we think, feel, and act? How does our behavior impact the way our biology is expressed?  This course examines these two questions and explores the interaction between biology and behavior.  Topics include: memory, sex, drugs, and mental illness. A prerequisite for UW psychology majors. Previously PSYCH 202. Prerequisite: PSYC& 100 or equivalent with instructor permission. Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Richards, A
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
PSYC 236
Introduction to Personality
Introduction to the scientific study of personality, including personality theories and theorists, personality assessment, and personality constructs.  Previously PSYCH 236. Prerequisite: PSYC& 100 or equivalent with instructor permission. Mandatory decimal grading.
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Online Christensen,
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
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.
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Online Toussaint, L
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
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Online Staff, Part
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
SOC 102
Child Maltreatment & Advocacy
This introductory course for Child Advocacy Studies covers the history, perspectives, legal framework and responses to child maltreatment. It is approached from a variety of diverse professional perspectives. The course is designed for students interested in gaining knowledge ofchild maltreatment. Dual listed as CAST 102. Mandatory Decimal Grading.
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Online Phillips, L
An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class.
 
Visual Comm Technology
VCT 124
Basic Macintosh Systems Operations
An introductory course in the fundamental operations and uses of the Macintosh computer. Students learn how to efficiently use the current operating system as related to visual communications design and production. (Call 206.546.4671 to test out of this class.) Student option grading.
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Online Shafner, C
VCT 124 & VCT 125 are to be taken concurrently. Competency tests available, please call 206-546-4671. An additional fee of $7.50 PER CREDIT is collected for this class. Starting date for this class is 4/6/2015. Ending date for this class is 4/27/2015.
 
 
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