Snippet Glossary

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50/50 Two Column Snippet

Insert Column One Content.

This is the first (or left-side) column of a two-column snippet where content can be placed.

In the page's responsive design, this column will scale down and be placed above the second(or right-hand) column.

Insert Column Two Content.

This is the second (or right-side) column of a two-column snippet where content can be placed.

In the page's responsive design, this column will scale down and be placed under the first (or left-hand) column.


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In the page's responsive design, this column will scale down and be placed under the second (or right-hand) column.

This is the second (or right-side) column of a two-column snippet where content can be placed.

In the page's responsive design, this column will scale down and be placed above the first (or left-hand) column.


Three Column Snippet

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This is the first (or left-side) column of a three-column snippet where content can be placed.

In the page's responsive design, this column will scale down and be placed above the second (or middle) column.

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This is the second (or middle) column of a three-column snippet where content can be placed.

In the page's responsive design, this column will scale and be placed under the first (or left-hand) column

Insert Column Three Content.

This is the third (or right-side) column of a three-column snippet where content can be placed.

In the page's responsive design, this column will shrink down and be placed under the middle column.


Three Column List Snippet

  • Replace content when a bulleted list is needed.
  • This is the first (or left-side) column of a three-column snippet where content can be placed.
  • To add a bullet, simply hit the "Return" key.
  • This is the second (or middle) column of a three-column snippet.
  • In the page's responsive design, this column will scale down and be placed under the first (or left-hand) column
  • To add a bullet, simply hit the "Return" key.
  • This is the third (or right-side) column of a three-column snippet.
  • In the page's responsive design, this column will scale down and be placed under the middle column.
  • To add a bullet, simply hit the "Return" key.

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Contact Us

Advising Services
FOSS (5000) Bld., Room 5229
Hours
Monday - Thursday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Friday
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

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Contact Us

Advising Services
FOSS (5000) Bld., Room 5229
Hours
Monday - Thursday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Friday
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.


Courses

Check out the Class Schedule for Accounting classes

ACCOUNTING 104
Payroll Accounting (5)

A course designed to provide information and study of accounting for payroll, payroll taxes and benefits. Computer-assisted practice problems are required. Prerequisites: ACCT& 201 (may be taken concurrently) and math skills equivalent to or higher than MATH 70 or BUS 102, or equivalent math. Mandatory decimal grading.

ACCOUNTING 170
Federal Income Tax Individuals/Small Business (5)

This course presents the fundamentals of federal income taxation as it applies to individuals and sole proprietorships. This course will take a practical approach through preparation of individual tax returns including Schedules A, B, C, D. Mandatory decimal grading.

ACCOUNTING & 201
Principles of Accounting I (5)

Basic principles, theories and procedures for reporting business transactions; analysis and presentation of financial information, integrated with computer applications. Mandatory decimal grading.

ACCOUNTING & 202
Principles of Accounting II (5)

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. Prerequisites: Successful completion of ACCT& 201. Mandatory decimal grading.

ACCOUNTING & 203
Principles of Accounting III (5)

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. Prerequisite: Successful completion of ACCT& 201. Mandatory decimal grading.

ACCOUNTING 206
Computer Accounting (5)

An introduction to PC based computerized accounting using QuickBooks software designed for small business applications. Prerequisites: ACCT& 201 or instructor permission. Mandatory decimal grading.

ACCOUNTING 208
Not-for Profit and Governmental Accounting (5)

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.

ACCOUNTING 271
Intermediate Accounting I (5)

Principles of financial reporting for enterprises. Standard-setting; FASB conceptual framework; presentation of income statement, balance sheet, and statement of cash flows; cash and cash equivalents; receivables; and inventory valuation. Prerequisites: ACCT& 202 or instructor permission. Mandatory decimal grading.

ACCOUNTING 272
Intermediate Accounting II (5)

Principles of financial reporting for enterprises. Tangible and intangible assets; depreciation, impairments, and disposition; current and long-term liabilities; contingencies; stockholders' equity; earnings per share. Prerequisites: ACCT 271 with a 2.0 or better, or instructor permission. Mandatory decimal grading.

ACCOUNTING 273
Intermediate Accounting III (5)

Principles of financial reporting for enterprises. Investments; revenue recognition; taxes in financial statements; pensions; leases; statement of cash flows; legal and ethical considerations in disclosure. Prerequisites: ACCT 271 with a 2.0 or better, or instructor permission. Mandatory decimal grading.

ACCOUNTING 275
Accounting Information Systems (5)

Use of accounting systems to support business processes. Internal control, security, privacy, ethics; revenue and expense cycles; payroll, inventory, and fixed assets; source and output documents; systems planning. Prerequisites: ACCT& 201 or ACCT 101 and BUSTC 105, or instructor permission. Mandatory decimal grading.

ACCOUNTING 279
Federal Income Tax: Corporations/Conduits (5)

Theory and practice of federal income taxation for C and S corporations, partnerships, and LLCs. Elements of exempt entities, trusts, estates, tax research and planning. Prerequisites: ACCT& 202 or ACCT 102 and ACCT 170, each with a 2.0 or better, or instructor permission. Mandatory decimal grading.

ACCOUNTING 286
Auditing and Assurance (5)

Principles and practice of attest functions in the accounting profession. Generally accepted auditing standards; fraud and internal control; professional ethics and legal liability of auditors. Prerequisite: ACCT 271 with a 2.0 or better, or instructor permission. Mandatory decimal grading.

ACCOUNTING 289
Cost Accounting (5)

Use of cost accounting in the controllership function. Cost behavior, cost tracing & apportionment. Relevant costs, transfer pricing, inventory issues, management control, and information systems. Prerequisite: ACCT& 203 or ACCT 103, with a 2.0 or better, or instructor permission. Mandatory decimal grading.

ACCOUNTING 291
Special Topics in Accounting (1)

Classes focusing on specific issues and/or topics of interest in Accounting.

ACCOUNTING 292
Special Topics in Accounting (2)

Classes focusing on specific issues and/or topics of interest in Accounting.

ACCOUNTING 293
Special Topics in Accounting (3)

Classes focusing on specific issues and/or topics of interest in Accounting.

ACCOUNTING 294
Special Topics in Accounting (4)

Classes focusing on specific issues and/or topics of interest in Accounting.

ACCOUNTING 295
Special Topics in Accounting (5)

Classes focusing on specific issues and/or topics of interest in Accounting.

ACCOUNTING 297
Individual Project in Accounting (1)

Individual project in a specific area of accounting. By arrangement with instructor. Prerequisites: Instructor permission, based on evaluation of students' educational and work experience. Mandatory decimal grading.

ACCOUNTING 298
Individual Project in Accounting (2)

Individual project in a specific area of accounting. By arrangement with instructor. Prerequisite: Instructor permission, based on evaluation of students' educational and work experience. Mandatory decimal grading.

ACCOUNTING 299
Individual Project in Accounting (3)

Individual project in a specific area of accounting. By arrangement with instructor. Prerequisite: Instructor permission, based on evaluation of students' educational and work experience. Mandatory decimal grading.

Check out the Class Schedule for Biology classes

BIOLOGY 090
Biology Special Lab (3)

This class is an opportunity for tutorial instruction for students in biological subject matter areas where assistance may be needed. No appointments are necessary. Come in when you need help. An instructor/tutor is available. Prerequisites: Registration in a biology class. Mandatory P/NC grading.

BIOLOGY 091
Biology Success Strategies (1)

Students learn organizational and time management skills, skills for independent learning, problem-solving approaches, test-taking strategies, vocabulary and techniques that promote confidence and success in biology. Concurrent enrollment in any 200-level BIOL course required. Mandatory P/NC grading.

BIOLOGY 107
Biology and Society (5)

This non-majors lab course examines the basic biological principles that underlie many of the issues facing our society. Among the topics addressed will be human impact on the environment and biodiversity, genetically modified organisms, gene therapy, stem cells, evolution and natural selection. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY 110
Biotechnology:Science, Applications/Implications (3)

This overview class will cover current topics in Biotechnology. It will include basic elements of the science, current and expected capabilities and products, the structure of the industry, impact on society and the health care field and social questions. Prerequisite: High School Biology, Chemistry, and English are suggested. Placement at or above ENGL 099 level required. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY 124
Northwest Flora (5)

Plant classification, field study, and laboratory identification of common Pacific Northwest plant families and investigating the ecology, cultural uses & conservation of plants at the local & global level. Laboratory. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY 126
Sustainable Gardening/Horticulture (5)

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. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY 140
The Science of Cannabis (3)

Course will investigate the active compounds of cannabis and their various effects on human physiology in contrast with alcohol, nicotine, and morphine. Included are genetics and medical uses of cannabis. Historical perspectives on prohibition/legalization, and modern laws related to testing will be included. Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENGL& 101. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY 144
Marine Biology (5)

A study of local marine organisms and the environments in which they live. Laboratory and field work are designed to implement this study. Local field trips are included. BIOL 144 and BIOL 244 are taught concurrently. BIOL 144 is designed for non-science majors. Prerequisite: ENGL 099 and MATH 080 or MATH 98 with a 2.0 or better. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY 150
Epidemics & Culture (5)

Students will explore epidemic disease from multiple perspectives, including scientific, political, economic, religious, and artistic. The Bubonic Plague of the Middle Ages will serve as a paradigm for studying individual and cultural responses to other historical and modern epidemics. Prerequisite: Completion of ENGL 099 or placement into ENGL& 101. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY & 170
Human Biology (5)

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. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY & 211
Majors Cellular: Biology (5)

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. Prerequisite: CHEM& 121 with 2.0 or better. ENGL& 101 recommended. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY & 212
Majors Animal: Biology (5)

A survey of animals involving a study of the identification structure and function. Evolution, embryology, and ecology of the kingdom is included. The emphasis is on phylogenetic relationships among animals and the ecological relationships within the kingdom. Laboratory class. Prerequisite: BIOL& 211 with 2.0 or better. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY & 213
Majors Plant: Biology (5)

Survey of major taxonomic groups Fungi, Protista and Plantae. Study of morphology, physiology and reproductive patterns and evolutionary relationships. Origins of life, development of ecosystems, succession and features of the major terrestrial biomes. Laboratory class. Prerequisite: Minimum of 2.0 in BIOL& 211, or permission. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY & 231
Human Anatomy (5)

Understanding the structure of the human body through the study of the various body systems. Intensive laboratory dissection and lectures are utilized. Laboratory class. Prerequisite: BIOL& 211 with 2.0 or higher. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY & 232
Human Physiology (5)

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. Prerequisite: BIOL& 211 and BIOL& 231 or permission. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY & 241
Human Anatomy & Physiology I (5)

The first of a two-quarter sequence of human anatomy and physiology intended for students pursuing careers in allied health fields. The course covers histology and the structure and function of the integumentary, skeletal, muscular, and nervous systems and the special senses. Laboratory includes dissection of animal specimens. Prerequisite: BIOL& 211 with 2.0 or better. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY & 242
Human Anatomy and Physiology II (5)

The second of a two-quarter sequence of human anatomy and physiology intended for students pursuing careers in allied health fields. The course covers structure and function of the endocrine, cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, digestive, urinary, and reproductive systems. Laboratory includes dissection of animal specimens. Prerequisite: BIOL& 241 with 2.0 or better. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY 244
Marine Biology for Science Majors (5)

A study of local marine organisms and the environments in which they live. Laboratory and field work are designed to implement this study. Local field trips are included. BIOL 144 and BIOL 244 are taught concurrently. Prerequisite: BIOL& 211. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY 249
Tissue Culture and Staining (4)

Introduction to theory and concepts of animal cell & tissue culturing. Teaches the fundamentals in tissue culture techniques, subculturing & maintenance of cell lines. Skills also include: cell viability testing. cell counting, feeding of cell lines & quality control. Prerequisite: Instructor permission required. BIOL& 211 with a 2.0 or better. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY & 260
Microbiology (5)

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. Prerequisites: BIOL& 211 with minimum 2.0. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY 265
Solution and Media Preparation (2)

Preparation of media and solutions commonly used in biotechnology laboratories. Use of basic lab tools such as pipettors, pH meters, scales, centrifuges, autoclaves and spectrophotometers, and lab notebook maintenance. Prerequisite: High school Biology and Chemistry or instructor approval. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY 266
Media and Solution Preparation II (2)

Preparation of media and solutions commonly used in biotechnology laboratories. Use of basic lab tools such as pipettors, pH meters, scales, centrifuges, autoclaves and spectrophotometers. Use of MDS, GLP procedures and lab safety. Prerequisite: High school Biology and Chemistry or instructor approval. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY 270
Molecular Biology (3)

Provides a basic understanding of the molecular mechanisms that underlie cellular processes, such as gene regulation, the secretory pathway, cell signaling, and the cell cycle. Prerequisite: BIOL& 211 with 2.0 or better. Recommended CHEM& 131. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY 274
Molecular Biology Lab (3)

Laboratory course emphasizing hands-on experience with molecular biological techniques utilized in modern research laboratories. Techniques include gene cloning, PCR, DNA and protein electrophoresis, and protein purification. Prerequisite: BIOL& 211 with 2.0 or better and concurrent with BIOL 270. CHEM& 131 recommended. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY 275
Recombinant DNA Techniques (6)

Basic course in the theory and concepts of recombinant DNA techniques. Course will focus on the methods of gene cloning with viral and plasmid vectors, growth and maintenance of E. coli, extraction and purification of DNA, polymerase chain reaction, and protein expression. The lab will focus on 'hands on' techniques. Prerequisite: BIOL 270 with 1.8 or better or permission. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY 276
Immunology Lecture (3)

This course focuses on the concepts necessary to understand the cellular, molecular and genetic basis of the immune system. Emphasis will be placed on antigen and antibody structure and function, antibody production, cellular based immunity, and the major histocompatibility complex. Prerequisite: BIOL 270 or instructor permission. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY 277
Immunology (6)

This course focuses on the concepts and laboratory procedures necessary to understand the cellular, molecular and genetic basis of the immune system. Emphasis will be placed on antigen and antibody structure and function, antibody production, cellular based immunity, and the major histocompatibility complex. Prerequisite: BIOL 270 or permission. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY 279
Biotechnology Techniques (3)

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. Prerequisite: BIOL 270, 274 with 2.0 or better or permission. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY 280
Seminar in Biotechnology (1)

This course will focus on the skills needed to find internships and jobs in biotechnology. It will include speakers from the biotechnology industry, HR experts, and special topics such as cover letter and resume writing as well as interviewing skills. Prerequisite: BIOL& 211 plus completion of at least ten additional credits toward the AAAS degree or Certificate of Proficiency in the Biotechnology Laboratory Assistant Program or permission. Mandatory P/NC grading.

BIOLOGY 285
Basics of Bioinformatics (2)

This course will present the basic principles of genomic and proteomic analysis using public databases. Emphasis will be placed on hands-on training using BLAST searches to analyze protein and DNA sequences, using Entrez to study genomic structures and Cn3D to study protein structure. Prerequisite: BIOL 270 or equivalent experience. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY 286
Molecular Lab Techniques in Medical Diagnostics (2)

Practical experience using molecular techniques, such as PCR and ELISA, for medical diagnostic assays. Emphasis will be placed on understanding theory, experimental design, interpretation of results, and the limitations of these assays. Prerequisite: BIOL& 211, BIOL& 260. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY 287
High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) (2)

This laboratory will present the theory of High Performance Liquid Chromatography as well as practical experience using the instrumentation. Students will receive hands-on training setting up and troubleshooting an HPLC, preparing protein samples for analysis, data collection and analysis of results. Prerequisite: BIOL 270/274, BIOL 279, or instructor permission. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY 288
Basic Principles of Flow Cytometry (2)

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 troubleshooting a flow cytometer, preparing and staining cells for analysis, data collection and analysis of data. Prerequisite: BIOL 270/274, BIOL 277 or equivalent. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY 289
Molecular and BiochemicalTechniques in Forensics (1)

Overview of the techniques used to analyze DNA and chemical crime scene evidence. Students will gain laboratory experience in the isolation and analysis of proteins and DNA from tissue samples using techniques such as PCR, gel electrophoresis, UV spectrophotometry, and chromatography. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY 290
Internship (2)

This course is a cooperative education experience that provides students with work experience in the biotechnology industry. Prerequisite: BIOL& 211 plus completion of at least 10 additional credits toward the AAAS degree or Certificate of Proficiency in the Biotechnology Laboratory Assistant Program. Instructor permission required. Mandatory P/NC grading.

BIOLOGY 292
Special Topics in Biology (2)

Classes focusing on specific issues and/or topics of interest in Biology.

BIOLOGY 293
Molecular Biology Research (3)

Class focusing on the protocols involved in molecular biology research including: sample collection, genomic DNA isolation, PCR, and DNA sequence analysis. Prerequisite: BIOL 107, or BIOL& 211, or CHEM& 121, each with a grade of 2.0 or higher, or instructor permission. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY 297
Individual Project in Biology (1)

Individual project in a specific area of BIOL. By arrangement with instructor. Prerequisite: Instructor permission, based on evaluation of student's educational and work experience. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY 298
Individual Project in Biology (2)

Individual project in a specific area of BIOL. By arrangement with instructor. Prerequisite: Instructor permission, based on evaluation of student's educational and work experience. Student option grading.

BIOLOGY 299
Individual Project in Biology (3)

Individual project in a specific area of BIOL. By arrangement with instructor. Prerequisite: Instructor permission, based on evaluation of student's educational and work experience. Student option grading.

 

 


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Film Title Released Studio Budget
Frozen 2013 Disney $150,000,000
Toy Story 3 2010 Disney Pixar $200,000,000
Minions 2015 Universal $74,000,000

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Film Title Released Studio Budget
Sources: Wikipedia & Box Office Mojo. Data is current as of September 1, 2015.
Frozen 2013 Disney $150,000,000
Toy Story 3 2010 Disney Pixar $200,000,000
Minions 2015 Universal $74,000,000

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