Course Schedule for Winter 2022


ABE 003 OW
ABE ORIENTATION
The Oregon Adult College and Career Readiness Standards (OACCRS) support students in developing the knowledge and skills they need to achieve their goals as family members, workers, community members, and lifelong learners. ABE Orientation covers the OACCRS standards. Prerequisite: CASAS score with the range of 219 and below 

Instructor: Bell, Jann
Location: Web
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ABE 010 OB
ABS MATH 1
The introduction of the Oregon ABS Learning Standards, using math for a variety of purposes by iintegrating their knowledge, skills and strategies in following the math process, so students can use math to solve problems and communicate their results. Prerequisites: CASAS (Math Test) Score less than 220 

Instructor: Wootton, John
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: MTWR   9:00AM-9:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ABE 015 OB
LANGUAGE ARTS I
Adult learners exiting this level (3) can independently read with understanding. Appropriately use both everyday and specialized vocabulary and a limited variety of simple and complex sentence structures in multiple coherent steps or a few well-constructed and linked paragraphs to convey ideas, with several supporting facts/details/examples reflecting judgment regarding appropriate language and level of formality for the intended audience. 

Instructor: Bell, Jann
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: MTWR   9:00AM-9:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ABE 016 OW
ABE SCIENCE
The Oregon Adult College and Career Readiness Standards (OACCRS) support students in developing the knowledge and skills they need to achieve their goals as family members, workers, community members, and lifelong learners. ABE GED Science the Oregon Adult college and Career Readiness Standards. Prerequisite: CASAS score 210 and above 

Instructor: Bell, Jann
Location: Web
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ABE 017 OW
ABE SOCIAL STUDIES
The Oregon Adult College and Career Readiness Standards (OACCRS) support students in developing the knowledge and skills they need to achieve their goals as family members, workers, community members, and lifelong learners. ABE GED Social Studies follows the Oregon Adult College and Career Readiness Standards. Prerequisite: CASAS score 210 and above 

Instructor: Bell, Jann
Location: Web
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ABE 020 OB
ABS MATH II
The Oregon ABS Learning Standards are applied using math for a variety of purposes in order to integrate knowledge, skills, and strategies in following the math process. Students can use math to solve problems and communicate their results. The course will include: the use of fractions, metric measurement, ratios and proportions. The course uses contextualized math focused on technical fields, including occupations related to health care, construction, sales, and manufacturing. Prerequisite: CASAS (Math Test) Score of 221-229 

Instructor: Wootton, John
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: MTWR   10:00AM-10:55AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ABE 020 OW
ABS MATH II
The Oregon ABS Learning Standards are applied using math for a variety of purposes in order to integrate knowledge, skills, and strategies in following the math process. Students can use math to solve problems and communicate their results. The course will include: the use of fractions, metric measurement, ratios and proportions. The course uses contextualized math focused on technical fields, including occupations related to health care, construction, sales, and manufacturing. Prerequisite: CASAS (Math Test) Score of 221-229 

Instructor: Bell, Jann
Location: Web
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ABE 025 OB
LANGUAGE ARTS 2
Adults exiting this level can independently read and comprehend a variety of work and Community text and some literary and academic texts, Show fluency, independence, and ability to perform in a range of settings. Prerequisites: Pass the Pre-Bridge Reading/Writing Course; and/or Writing level matches "Oregon ABS Learning Standards" Level 5 & 6 

Instructor: Bell, Jann
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: MTWR   10:00AM-10:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ABE 025 OW
LANGUAGE ARTS 2
Adults exiting this level can independently read and comprehend a variety of work and Community text and some literary and academic texts, Show fluency, independence, and ability to perform in a range of settings. Prerequisites: Pass the Pre-Bridge Reading/Writing Course; and/or Writing level matches "Oregon ABS Learning Standards" Level 5 & 6 

Instructor: Bell, Jann
Location: Web
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ABE 030 MA
ABS MATH III
The Oregon ABS Learning Standards are applied with the purpose of having students pass the GED Test. Students should be able to transition into a college level math course, using math for a variety of purposes by integrating knowledge, skills, and strategies in following the math process, so students can use math to solve problems and communicate their results. The course will include: plane geometry, coordinate geometry, probability, and algebra. The course uses contextualized math focused on technical fields, including occupations related to health care, construction, sales, and manufacturing. Prerequisites: CASAS (Math Test) Score of 230 or higher 

Instructor: Garza, Dalila
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: MTWR   8:00PM-9:30PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ABE 030 MB
ABS MATH III
The Oregon ABS Learning Standards are applied with the purpose of having students pass the GED Test. Students should be able to transition into a college level math course, using math for a variety of purposes by integrating knowledge, skills, and strategies in following the math process, so students can use math to solve problems and communicate their results. The course will include: plane geometry, coordinate geometry, probability, and algebra. The course uses contextualized math focused on technical fields, including occupations related to health care, construction, sales, and manufacturing. Prerequisites: CASAS (Math Test) Score of 230 or higher 

Instructor: Garza, Dalila
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: MTWR   10:30AM-12:00PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ABE 030 OB
ABS MATH III
The Oregon ABS Learning Standards are applied with the purpose of having students pass the GED Test. Students should be able to transition into a college level math course, using math for a variety of purposes by integrating knowledge, skills, and strategies in following the math process, so students can use math to solve problems and communicate their results. The course will include: plane geometry, coordinate geometry, probability, and algebra. The course uses contextualized math focused on technical fields, including occupations related to health care, construction, sales, and manufacturing. Prerequisites: CASAS (Math Test) Score of 230 or higher 

Instructor: Wootton, John
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: MTWR   11:00AM-12:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ABE 030 OW
ABS MATH III
The Oregon ABS Learning Standards are applied with the purpose of having students pass the GED Test. Students should be able to transition into a college level math course, using math for a variety of purposes by integrating knowledge, skills, and strategies in following the math process, so students can use math to solve problems and communicate their results. The course will include: plane geometry, coordinate geometry, probability, and algebra. The course uses contextualized math focused on technical fields, including occupations related to health care, construction, sales, and manufacturing. Prerequisites: CASAS (Math Test) Score of 230 or higher 

Instructor: Bell, Jann
Location: Web
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ABE 035 MA
LANGUAGE ARTS 3
Reading Standards: Adults exiting each level can independently read and comprehend a wide variety of texts, including complex and sophisticated work and community documents, literary texts, and post-secondary academic texts. Prerequisites: Pass the Pre-Bridge Reading/Writing course; and/or writing levels matches "Oregon ABS Learning Standards" Writing levels 7 & 8 Writing Standards:Show fluency, independence and ability to perform in a range of settings. 

Instructor: Garza, Dalila
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: MTWR   9:00AM-10:30AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ABE 035 MB
LANGUAGE ARTS 3
Reading Standards: Adults exiting each level can independently read and comprehend a wide variety of texts, including complex and sophisticated work and community documents, literary texts, and post-secondary academic texts. Prerequisites: Pass the Pre-Bridge Reading/Writing course; and/or writing levels matches "Oregon ABS Learning Standards" Writing levels 7 & 8 Writing Standards:Show fluency, independence and ability to perform in a range of settings. 

Instructor: Garza, Dalila
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: MTWR   6:00PM-7:30PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ABE 035 OB
LANGUAGE ARTS 3
Reading Standards: Adults exiting each level can independently read and comprehend a wide variety of texts, including complex and sophisticated work and community documents, literary texts, and post-secondary academic texts. Prerequisites: Pass the Pre-Bridge Reading/Writing course; and/or writing levels matches "Oregon ABS Learning Standards" Writing levels 7 & 8 Writing Standards:Show fluency, independence and ability to perform in a range of settings. 

Instructor: Bell, Jann
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: MTWR   11:00AM-11:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ABE 035 OW
LANGUAGE ARTS 3
Reading Standards: Adults exiting each level can independently read and comprehend a wide variety of texts, including complex and sophisticated work and community documents, literary texts, and post-secondary academic texts. Prerequisites: Pass the Pre-Bridge Reading/Writing course; and/or writing levels matches "Oregon ABS Learning Standards" Writing levels 7 & 8 Writing Standards:Show fluency, independence and ability to perform in a range of settings. 

Instructor: Bell, Jann
Location: Web
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AG 050 OA
HORSE STALL MAINTENANCE
Course to be considered non-credit workshops, seminars and specialty courses for non-credit Continuing and Community Education. 

Instructor: Merrifield, Brady
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AG 050 OB
HORSE STALL MAINTENANCE
Course to be considered non-credit workshops, seminars and specialty courses for non-credit Continuing and Community Education. 

Instructor: Merrifield, Brady
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AG 050 OC
HORSE STALL MAINTENANCE
Course to be considered non-credit workshops, seminars and specialty courses for non-credit Continuing and Community Education. 

Instructor: Merrifield, Brady
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AG 090 OA
PESTICIDE PRIVATE APPLIC CORE TRAIN
Presents federal and state pesticide laws and regulations, and the practices necessary for safe, effective handling and distribution of pesticides. Prepares for the "Laws and Safety Examination" for those wanting either a public or commercial license; and the "Private Applicator Examination" administered by the Oregon/Idaho State Department of Agriculture. Course Note: Lab Required 

Instructor: Ridout, Mary
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: T   1:00PM-5:00PM   2/8/2022-2/8/2022

AG 090 OB
PESTICIDE PRIVATE APPLICATOR REVIEW
Non-credit workshops, seminars & specialty courses for non-credit Continuing/Community Education. 

Instructor: Ridout, Mary
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: R   1:00PM-5:00PM   2/10/2022-2/10/2022

AG 280 OA
AGRICULTURE COOP WK EXP
Applies actual work experience in a ag-related vocational field. An on-site supervisor evaluates and supervises the work experience student. Requires instructor approval of work setting and placement, and documentation of 36 worksite hours for each credit earned. Course Note: Course requires 36 hours per term, TBA with instructor 

Instructor: Porter, Sandra
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AG 280 OB
AGRICULTURE COOP WK EXP
Applies actual work experience in a ag-related vocational field. An on-site supervisor evaluates and supervises the work experience student. Requires instructor approval of work setting and placement, and documentation of 36 worksite hours for each credit earned. Course Note: Course requires 72 hours per term, TBA with instructor 

Instructor: Porter, Sandra
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 2.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AG 280 OC
AGRICULTURE COOP WK EXP
Applies actual work experience in a ag-related vocational field. An on-site supervisor evaluates and supervises the work experience student. Requires instructor approval of work setting and placement, and documentation of 36 worksite hours for each credit earned. Course Note: Course requires 108 hours per term, TBA with instructor 

Instructor: Porter, Sandra
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AG 280 OD
AGRICULTURE COOP WK EXP
Applies actual work experience in a ag-related vocational field. An on-site supervisor evaluates and supervises the work experience student. Requires instructor approval of work setting and placement, and documentation of 36 worksite hours for each credit earned. Course Note: Course requires 144 hours per term, TBA with instructor 

Instructor: Porter, Sandra
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AG 280 OE
AGRICULTURE COOP WK EXP
Applies actual work experience in a ag-related vocational field. An on-site supervisor evaluates and supervises the work experience student. Requires instructor approval of work setting and placement, and documentation of 36 worksite hours for each credit earned. Course Note: Course requires 180 hours per term, TBA with instructor 

Instructor: Porter, Sandra
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 5.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AG 280 OF
AGRICULTURE COOP WK EXP
Applies actual work experience in a ag-related vocational field. An on-site supervisor evaluates and supervises the work experience student. Requires instructor approval of work setting and placement, and documentation of 36 worksite hours for each credit earned. Course Note: Course requires 216 hours per term, TBA with instructor 

Instructor: Porter, Sandra
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 6.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AHA 091 OA
HSFA CPR AED ADULT CHILD
 

Instructor: Chamberlain, Samantha
Location: Other Location
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: R   8:00AM-3:00PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AHA 095 OA
BLS FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS
 

Instructor: Ruiz, Chelsey
Location: Other Location
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: R   1:00PM-5:00PM   12/9/2021-12/9/2021

AHA 095 OB
BLS FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS
 

Instructor: Johnson, Chelsie
Location: Other Location
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: R   9:00AM-1:00PM   12/16/2021-12/16/2021

AHA 095 OC
BLS FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS
 

Instructor: Johnson, Chelsie
Location: Other Location
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: M   1:00PM-5:00PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AHA 095 OD
BLS FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS
 

Instructor: Maret Pantoja, Jelissa
Location: Other Location
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: F   4:00PM-8:00PM   12/10/2021-12/10/2021

AHA 095 OE
BLS FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS
 

Instructor: Rodgers, Jeff
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: WS   6:00PM-10:00PM   12/8/2021-12/8/2021

AHA 095 OF
BLS FOR HEALTHCARE PROVIDERS
 

Instructor: Staten, Charles
Location: Other Location
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: F   10:00AM-2:00PM   12/17/2021-12/17/2021

ANS 108 OA
ADVANCED HORSESHOEING
Examines principles and techniques for properly trimming and shoeing the horse with conformation and/or disease problems. Prerequisite: ANS 107. 

Instructor: Brown, Ted
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MTWR   6:00PM-9:50PM   1/10/2022-2/17/2022

ANS 121 OW
INTRO TO ANIMAL SCIENCE
Introduces animal science, offering a foundation in breeds, genetics, nutrition, marketing, management, ration formulation and facilities planning. 

Instructor: Porter, Sandra
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ANS 140 OA
EQUINE PACKING AND HARNESS TRAINING
Gain knowledge in preparing a horse to pack and properly train a horse to pull a wagon under harness. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Black, Wade
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 2.00
Schedule: MTWR      1/24/2022-1/27/2022

ANS 142 OA
GREEN BREAKING
Provides opportunity for the student and young horse to learn together. Features ground training, saddling, and riding of a horse that hasn't been ridden before. Prerequisite: ANS 192. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Black, Wade
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MTWRF   12:00PM-1:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ANS 142 OB
GREEN BREAKING
Provides opportunity for the student and young horse to learn together. Features ground training, saddling, and riding of a horse that hasn't been ridden before. Prerequisite: ANS 192. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Black, Wade
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MTWRF   1:30PM-2:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ANS 143 OA
ADVANCED HORSE TRAINING
Teaches the student to take a green horse onto the bridle. Prepares horses to move onto several different horse activities, such as ranch horse, rope horse, or a show horse. Prerequisite: ANS 142. 

Instructor: Black, Wade
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MWF   3:00PM-5:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ANS 146 OH
EQUINE TRAINING QUALITY ASSURANCE
This course is designed to cover Training Quality Assurance industry quality standards and certifications for working on ranches where horsemanship, stockmanship and roping skills are required. 

Instructor: Black, Wade
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ANS 152 OA
BUILDING AND STABLE MANAGEMENT II
Covers the practical application of designing and managing a stable for all ages of horses. 

Instructor: Olsen, Cami
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: W   8:00AM-8:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ANS 182 OA
FUNDAMENTALS OF EQUESTRIAN SKILL II
This course continues the basics of horsemanship skills needed in the riding and training of a versatile stock horse. Prerequisite: ANS 181 

Instructor: Olsen, Cami
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 2.00
Schedule: TR   5:00PM-8:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ANS 199 OH
RANCH SKILLS CERTIFICATION
 

Instructor: Black, Wade
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ANS 205 OA
FOOD ANIMAL HEALTH & DISEASE
Studies food animal (bovine, ovine and swine) physiology and health. Including nutritional, metabolic and reproductive disorders; as well as preventative measures and treatments available. 

Instructor: Porter, Sandra
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 2.00
Schedule: TR   8:00AM-8:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ANS 211 OA
APPLIED ANIMAL NUTRITION
Covers all aspects of animal nutrition, including analysis of feedstuffs, the anatomy of ruminant and non-ruminant, nutrient metabolism, and the in-depth discussion on the required nutrients (water, protein, lipids, carbohydrates, minerals, and vitamins). Prerequisites: ANS 121 recommended. 

Instructor: Porter, Sandra
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MWF   9:00AM-9:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ANS 211 OB
APPLIED ANIMAL NUTRITION
Covers all aspects of animal nutrition, including analysis of feedstuffs, the anatomy of ruminant and non-ruminant, nutrient metabolism, and the in-depth discussion on the required nutrients (water, protein, lipids, carbohydrates, minerals, and vitamins). Prerequisites: ANS 121 recommended. 

Instructor: Porter, Sandra
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MWF   1:00PM-1:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ANS 215 OA
BEEF/DAIRY CATTLE PRODUCTION
Covers the history and development of beef cattle, their distribution and adaptation, the types and breeds of beef and dual-purpose cattle, and the fundamental principles of establishing a beef production herd. Discusses cattle, genetics, problems in breeding and feeding, buildings, and equipment. Course Note: Course requires 22 hours per term, TBA with instructor. Lab hours will be made up in off campus activities 

Instructor: Porter, Sandra
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   2:00PM-3:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ANS 215 OA L
LAB
 

Instructor: Porter, Sandra
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ANS 223 OA
EQUINE BUSINESS & MARKETING
Examines correct procedures in genetic selection, pedigree and performance. Covers developing a bookkeeping system, and how to market, purchase and evaluate horses according to conformation. 

Instructor: Black, Wade
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   8:00AM-9:20AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ANS 240 OA
INTRO TO ULTRASOUND TECHNOLOGY
Presents information on what ultrasound technology is and how it can be used in animal agriculture. Familiarizes students with ultrasound terminology and machine operations. Includes hands-on opportunities for scanning cattle, sheep, and hogs. Course Note: Lab Required 

Instructor: Porter, Sandra
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 2.00
Schedule: T   9:00AM-9:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ANS 240 OA L
LAB
Presents information on what ultrasound technology is and how it can be used in animal agriculture. Familiarizes students with ultrasound terminology and machine operations. Includes hands-on opportunities for scanning cattle, sheep, and hogs. 

Instructor: Porter, Sandra
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: R   9:00AM-11:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ANS 250 OA
INTRO TO MEAT SCIENCE
Follows market animals (cattle, sheep and swine) from the finishing phase to the meat counter. Includes slaughter, meat grading and evaluation, inspection, structure and composition of muscle, conversion of muscle to meat, microbiology and sanitation, cookery of meat, and nutritive value of meat. Course Note: Lab Required 

Instructor: Porter, Sandra
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MWF   11:00AM-11:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ANS 250 OA L
LAB
Follows market animals (cattle, sheep and swine) from the finishing phase to the meat counter. Includes slaughter, meat grading and evaluation, inspection, structure and composition of muscle, conversion of muscle to meat, microbiology and sanitation, cookery of meat, and nutritive value of meat. 

Instructor: Porter, Sandra
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: T   11:00AM-12:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ANS 294 OA
COW CUTTING
Introduces horse and rider to the fundamentals of training and competing on a cutting horse. Prerequisite: ANS 192. 

Instructor: Olsen, Cami
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TRS   3:00PM-5:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ANTH 110 OW
INTRO TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY
Studies the diverse cultures of the modern world, emphasizing the role of culture in human behavior and social structure. 

Instructor: Kurth, Joseph
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

APR 112 B OB
INSIDEELECTRICAL APPR AC/DC CIRCUIT
Related training for Inside/Manufacturing Plant Apprentice. The student will receive technical knowledge of the skills required of an Inside/Manufacturing Plant Electrician. Content will cover mathematical formulas of equations, basic AC/DC theory, use of test equipment and applicable National Electrical Code. Prerequisites: Indentured Apprentice, APR 112A 

Instructor: Crouch, Jimsie
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: M   6:00PM-10:00PM   12/13/2021-3/18/2022

APR 112 E OB
INSIDE ELECTR APPR MOTORS&CONTROLS
This course will allow the Inside/Manufacturing Plant Electrical Apprentice to understand the technical knowledge of the skills required including motors, generators, controls, and applicable National Electrical Code. Prerequisites: Indentured Apprentice, APR 112A, APR 112B, APR 112C, APR 112D 

Instructor: Beals, David
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: T   6:00PM-9:00PM   12/13/2021-3/18/2022

APR 199 CA
1ST YEAR PLUMBING APPRENTICE
Hybrid Course - students will meet on Saturdays from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM in the class. Students are required to complete additional course work online. 

Instructor: Olson, Cache
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: S   9:00AM-12:00PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

APR 199 CB
2ND YR PLUMBING APPRENTICE
Hybrid Course - students will meet on Saturdays from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM in the class. Students are required to complete additional course work online. 

Instructor: Olson, Cache
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: S   9:00AM-12:00PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

APR 199 CC
3RD YR PLUMBING APPRENTICE
Hybrid Course - students will meet on Saturdays from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM in the class. Students are required to complete additional course work online. 

Instructor: Olson, Cache
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: S   9:00AM-12:00PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

APR 199 CD
4TH YR PLUMBING APPRENTICE
 

Instructor: Olson, Cache
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: S   9:00AM-12:00PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AREC 201 OA
AGRICULTURE ACCOUNTING
Teaches proper farm record keeping, including income, expenses, inventory, depreciation, crop and livestock. Utilizes a computerized system for such records, and calculates end-of-year totals for income tax purposes. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Ridout, Mary
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   1:00PM-3:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AREC 211 OA
MANAGEMENT IN AGRICULTURE
Applies economic and business principles to the management of agri-business firms, including farms and ranches; goal setting and management information; planning and decision-making tools; and acquiring, organizing, and managing land, labor and capital resources. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Ridout, Mary
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   10:00AM-11:20AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 101 OW
INTRO TO VISUAL ARTS
Introduces many facets of art, including an overview of major art movements throughout history, the formal elements of art, various art media, art criticism, explore complex culturally based assumptions that influence the artist and his or her art work, and exercises designed to build perceptual skills. Includes lectures illustrated with slides, power points and audio lectures in Black Board as well as an Art Gallery visitation. 

Instructor: Kinney, Tammy
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 131 CA
BEGINNING DRAWING
Teaches students to acquire and refine representational skills using a variety of techniques and media. Presents contemporary art concepts with the intention of leading each student toward a personal direction. Introduces each new concept, medium, or technique with slide lectures and discussions. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Varnes, Linda
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MWF   11:00AM-12:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 131 OA
BEGINNING DRAWING
Teaches students to acquire and refine representational skills using a variety of techniques and media. Presents contemporary art concepts with the intention of leading each student toward a personal direction. Introduces each new concept, medium, or technique with slide lectures and discussions. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Kinney, Tammy
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   2:00PM-4:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 132 CA
INTERMEDIATE DRAWING
Continues, on a more ambitious level, skills and ideas that were introduced in ART 131. Explores techniques to achieve more gestural surfaces. Introduces color media (ink, color pencil and pastels). Prerequisite: ART 131. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Varnes, Linda
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MWF   11:00AM-12:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 132 OB
INTERMEDIATE DRAWING
Continues, on a more ambitious level, skills and ideas that were introduced in ART 131. Explores techniques to achieve more gestural surfaces. Introduces color media (ink, color pencil and pastels). Prerequisite: ART 131. 

Instructor: Kinney, Tammy
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   2:00PM-4:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 133 CA
ADVANCED DRAWING
Continues, on a more ambitious level, skills and ideas that were introduced in ART 132. Explores techniques to achieve more gestural surfaces. Introduces color media (ink, color pencil and pastels). Prerequisite: ART 132. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Varnes, Linda
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MWF   11:00AM-12:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 133 OA
ADVANCED DRAWING
Continues, on a more ambitious level, skills and ideas that were introduced in ART 132. Explores techniques to achieve more gestural surfaces. Introduces color media (ink, color pencil and pastels). Prerequisite: ART 132. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Kinney, Tammy
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   2:00PM-4:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 151 OW
VIDEO PRODUCTION I
Introduces elementary concepts of video production including digital video camera operation, digital non-linear editing, and pre-production planning. Students are taught basic camera techniques, pre-production, and production practices through hands-on learning to develop basic field video skills. Focus is on individual creativity, as well as the importance of teamwork and deadlines. Projects are produced in the context of learning the theory and practice of pictorial continuity as it applies to multimedia productions. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Fink, Ted
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 199 CA
SPECIAL STUDIES
Presents selected topics of study in art offered on a temporary and experimental basis. Course Note: Need Instructor Approval. Course requires 22 hours per term, TBA with instructor. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Varnes, Linda
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 199 CB
SPECIAL STUDIES
Presents selected topics of study in art offered on a temporary and experimental basis. Course Note: Need Instructor Approval. Course requires 44 hours per term, TBA with instructor. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Varnes, Linda
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 2.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 199 CC
SPECIAL STUDIES
Presents selected topics of study in art offered on a temporary and experimental basis. Course Note: Need Instructor Approval. Course requires 66 hours per term, TBA with instructor. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Varnes, Linda
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 199 OA
SPECIAL STUDIES
Presents selected topics of study in art offered on a temporary and experimental basis. Course Note: Course requires 22 hours per term, TBA with instructor. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Fink, Ted
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 199 OB
SPECIAL STUDIES
Presents selected topics of study in art offered on a temporary and experimental basis. Course Note: Course requires 44 hours per term, TBA with instructor. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Fink, Ted
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 2.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 199 OC
SPECIAL STUDIES
Presents selected topics of study in art offered on a temporary and experimental basis. Course Note: Course requires 66 hours per term, TBA with instructor. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Fink, Ted
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 199 OD
SPECIAL STUDIES
Presents selected topics of study in art offered on a temporary and experimental basis. Course Note: Need Instructor Approval, Course requires 22 hours per term, TBA with instructor. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Kinney, Tammy
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 199 OE
SPECIAL STUDIES
Presents selected topics of study in art offered on a temporary and experimental basis. Course Note: Need Instructor Approval, Course requires 22 hours per term, TBA with instructor. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Kinney, Tammy
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 2.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 199 OF
SPECIAL STUDIES
Presents selected topics of study in art offered on a temporary and experimental basis. Course Note: Need Instructor Approval, Course requires 66 hours per term, TBA with instructor Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Kinney, Tammy
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 199 OG
SPECIAL STUDIES
Presents selected topics of study in art offered on a temporary and experimental basis. Course Note: Need Instructor Approval, Course requires 22 hours per term, TBA with instructor. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Jackson, Robert
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 199 OH
SPECIAL STUDIES
Presents selected topics of study in art offered on a temporary and experimental basis. Course Note: Need Instructor Approval, Course requires 44 hours per term, TBA with instructor. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Jackson, Robert
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 2.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 199 OI
SPECIAL STUDIES
Presents selected topics of study in art offered on a temporary and experimental basis. Course Note: Need Instructor Approval, Course requires 66 hours per term, TBA with instructor. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Jackson, Robert
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 205 CA
HISTORY OF WESTERN ART/RENAISSANCE
Presents art from the late Gothic, early Renaissance, Italian Renaissance, Northern Renaissance, and Baroque periods. Includes lectures illustrated with slides and supplemented by art history videos. 

Instructor: Varnes, Linda
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MWF   10:00AM-10:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 253 OA
CERAMICS I
Introduces the history of contemporary ceramics, including materials, methods, and techniques. Stresses both wheel thrown and hand built ceramic construction. Includes gallery visitation. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Jackson, Robert
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   8:00AM-10:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 253 OB
CERAMICS I
Introduces the history of contemporary ceramics, including materials, methods, and techniques. Stresses both wheel thrown and hand built ceramic construction. Includes gallery visitation. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Jackson, Robert
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   11:00AM-1:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 254 OA
CERAMICS II
Continues the broad introduction to the history of contemporary ceramics, including materials, methods, and techniques. Stresses both wheel thrown and hand built ceramic construction. Introduces glazing and firing. Includes gallery visitation. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Jackson, Robert
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   8:00AM-10:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 254 OB
CERAMICS II
Continues the broad introduction to the history of contemporary ceramics, including materials, methods, and techniques. Stresses both wheel thrown and hand built ceramic construction. Introduces glazing and firing. Includes gallery visitation. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Jackson, Robert
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   11:00AM-1:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 255 OA
CERAMICS III
Continues the broad introduction to the history of contemporary ceramics, including materials, methods, and techniques. Stresses both wheel thrown and hand built ceramic construction. Introduces glazing and firing. Develops fundamental skills to foster artistic growth. Includes gallery visitation. 

Instructor: Jackson, Robert
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   8:00AM-10:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 255 OB
CERAMICS III
Continues the broad introduction to the history of contemporary ceramics, including materials, methods, and techniques. Stresses both wheel thrown and hand built ceramic construction. Introduces glazing and firing. Develops fundamental skills to foster artistic growth. Includes gallery visitation. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Jackson, Robert
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   11:00AM-1:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 261 OA
BEGINNING PHOTOGRAPHY
Introduces black and white photography focusing on camera handling, camera functions, film processing, printing, editing and composition and editing. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Fink, Ted
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   9:30AM-12:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 265 OA
BEGINNING DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
Introduces digital photography focusing on camera handling, camera functions, capturing images, composition and editing. This will also introduce the image adjusting software Adobe Photoshop Elements. Basic manipulation of images and presentation of projects will be stressed. Course Note: "This certification mark recognizes that this course met Quality Matters Review Standards” Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Fink, Ted
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   12:30PM-3:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 265 OW
BEGINNING DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
Introduces digital photography focusing on camera handling, camera functions, capturing images, composition and editing. This will also introduce the image adjusting software Adobe Photoshop Elements. Basic manipulation of images and presentation of projects will be stressed. Course Note: "This certification mark recognizes that this course met Quality Matters Review Standards” Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Fink, Ted
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 265 WW
BEGINNING DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
Introduces digital photography focusing on camera handling, camera functions, capturing images, composition and editing. This will also introduce the image adjusting software Adobe Photoshop Elements. Basic manipulation of images and presentation of projects will be stressed. Course Note: "This certification mark recognizes that this course met Quality Matters Review Standards” Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Fink, Ted
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 266 OW
INTERMEDIATE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
Continues to explore and investigate the digital camera and it's many functions. The class will continue to stress composition, lighting and presentation. It involves more complex Photoshop tools and computer skills. Prerequisite: 265 or ART 261 Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Fink, Ted
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ART 266 WW
INTERMEDIATE DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY
Continues to explore and investigate the digital camera and it's many functions. The class will continue to stress composition, lighting and presentation. It involves more complex Photoshop tools and computer skills. Prerequisite: 265 or ART 261 Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Fink, Ted
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AV 050 CA
FLIGHT SIMULATOR
 

Instructor: Larsen, John
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AV 111 OA
GROUND-PRIVATE (ADV) -AIRPLANE
This course covers more advanced fundamentals of flight, flight operations, aviation weather, aircraft performance, navigation, aircraft systems, aeronautical publications, FAA regulations, flight planning, radio procedures, and human factors. This is a comprehensive course that prepares the student for the FAA Private Pilot Airman knowledge test. Prerequisite: AV 110 

Instructor: Bryant, David
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   9:00AM-10:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AV 112 OA
GROUND-PRIVATE (SIMULATOR) AIRPLANE
This course introduces the student to basic airplane operations prior to in-flight training. The Basic Aviation Training Device simulation is designed to train with realistic scenarios involving takeoffs and landings, stalls, upset recognition and recovery techniques, and ground reference maneuvers. This is part of a comprehensive course that prepares the student for the FAA Private Pilot practical flight test. Course Note; Includes 5 flight, 5 ground hours 

Instructor: Lemmon, Brianna
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AV 116 CA
GROUNG-PRIVATE (ADV)- HELICOPTER
This course covers the fundamentals of helicopter flight, flight operations, aviation weather, aircraft performance, navigation, aircraft systems, aeronautical publications, FAA regulations, flight planning, radio procedures, meteorology, and human factors. This is a comprehensive course that prepares the student for the FAA Private Pilot airman knowledge and Practical test. Prerequisite: AV 115 

Instructor: Spickelmire, Jason
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 2.00
Schedule: MW   8:00AM-9:20AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AV 120 OW
INTRO TO AVIATION SAFETY MGT SYSTEM
This course introduces the student to Aviation Safety Management Systems (ASMS) as defined by the International Civil Aviation Organization. The student will review U.S. Federal Aviation Administration Advisory Circular AC120-92 guiding ASMS in commercial aviation operations. A comprehensive review of the four components of Policy, Risk Management, Safety Assurance, and Safety Promotion will build a foundational understanding of SMS for aviation operations. 

Instructor: Farnsworth, Richard
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AV 120 WW
INTRO TO AVIATION SAFETY MGT SYSTEM
This course introduces the student to Aviation Safety Management Systems (ASMS) as defined by the International Civil Aviation Organization. The student will review U.S. Federal Aviation Administration Advisory Circular AC120-92 guiding ASMS in commercial aviation operations. A comprehensive review of the four components of Policy, Risk Management, Safety Assurance, and Safety Promotion will build a foundational understanding of SMS for aviation operations. 

Instructor: Farnsworth, Richard
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AV 122 OW
ASMS-QUALITY ASSURANCE
Prepares the student to apply Quality Assurance principles to aviation safety systems. Students will study quality assurance and understand its applications for ASMS and continuous improvement. This course provides a comprehensive overview of the five components of assurance including system operation, data collection, assessment, and corrective action. Students will understand how program review and auditing enhance operational safety and efficiency. Prerequisite: AV 120 

Instructor: Shambora, Eric
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AV 124 OW
AVIATION HUMAN FACTORS (AHF)
AHF furthers the student understanding of flight physiology and airman psychology factors that have effects on individual airworthiness. Students will gain awareness of physical and mental indicators that may result in poor decision-making or incapacity in the flight environment. Subjects include discussions on the issues of self-medication, fatigue, physical fitness, and hazardous attitudes as they relate to pilot performance. Students demonstrate knowledge of FAA medical certificate requirements and relate medical standards to personal safety. Prerequisite: AV 120 

Instructor: Hamilton, John
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AV 208 CA
METEOROLOGY II-WEATHER DECISION
This course prepares the student to apply fundamental weather information to practical flight planning problems. This course focuses on weather factors that the Federal Aviation Administration identifies as key elements involved in controlled flight into terrain, (CFIT) types of accidents. This course will train aviation students on meteorology to ensure a practical knowledge of weather phenomena, including the principles of frontal systems, icing, fog, thunderstorms, and wind shear. The course emphasizes practical concepts and critical decision-making to enable students to retain and use the information in real world low-level operations, and to mitigate hazardous weather conditions such as thunderstorms or winter flight conditions. Prerequisite: AV 108 or GSCI 109 

Instructor: Mohr, Sitara
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   11:00AM-12:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AV 210 OA
GROUND-INSTRUMENT AIRPLANE
The instrument Ground School prepares students for the FAA instrument Knowledge test and an FAA instrument flight exam. The course includes an in-depth study of aircraft flight instruments, basic altitude instrument flying, IFR navigation systems and procedures, aviation weather, applicable Federal Aviation Regulations and the required instrument charts for IFR flight. Prerequisites: AV 110, 

Instructor: Grachanin, Anna
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   8:00AM-9:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AV 212 OA
GROUND-INSTRUMENT SIMULATOR
This course introduces the student to procedural tasks including maneuvering of an aircraft solely by reference to instruments, radio navigation procedures and emergency operations prior to in-flight training while using a classroom- based Aviation Training Device simulator. The simulator is designed to train with realistic scenarios involving instrument departures and approach to landing, and use of navigation aids such as GPS, ILS, VOR and ADF. This is part of a comprehensive course that prepares the student for the FAA Instrument Pilot practical flight test. Course Note: Includes 5 flight, 5 ground hours 

Instructor: Lemmon, Brianna
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AV 216 CA
GOUND INSTRUMENT (ADV)- HELICOPTER
The instrument rating ground school for helicopter prepares students for the FAA instrument knowledge test and an FAA instrument rating. Includes an in-depth study of aircraft flight instruments, basic altitude instrument flying, IFR navigation systems and procedures, aviation weather, applicable Federal Aviation Regulations and the required instrument charts for IFR flight. Prerequisite: AV 215 

Instructor: Long, Hanna
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 2.00
Schedule: MW   9:00AM-10:20AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AV 255 CA
CERTIFIED FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR GROUND
The Certified Flight Instructor Ground teaches techniques of flight and ground instruction. The Fundamentals of Instruction (FOI) will emphasize how students learn, recognition of hazardous altitudes, and skill retention techniques. Students will learn how to effectively teach all material that is covered in Private, Instrument and Commercial ratings as prescribed by the FAA. This is a comprehensive course that prepares the student for the Fundamentals of Instruction, CFI Knowledge test and CFI Instrument Knowledge test for helicopter instruction. Prerequisite: AV 233, AV 225. 

Instructor: Culp, Rickey
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   9:30AM-10:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AV 258 OA
CFI GROUND- AIRPLANE
The Certified Flight Instructor Ground teaches techniques of flight and ground instruction. The Fundamentals of Instruction (FOI) will emphasize how students learn, recognition of hazardous altitudes, and skill retention techniques. Students will learn how to effectively teach all material that is covered in Private, Instrument and Commercial ratings as prescribed by the FAA. This is a comprehensive course that prepares the student for the Fundamentals of Instruction, CFI Knowledge test and CFI Instrument Knowledge test. The CFI ground course is for airplane instruction Prerequisite: AV 268 

Instructor: Lemmon, Brianna
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   10:00AM-11:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AV 262 OA
FLIGHT LAB PRIVATE PILOT-AIRPLANE
This course introduces the Student Pilot to basic flight maneuvers and procedures. This is part of a comprehensive course that prepares the student for the FAA Sport Pilot practical flight test and as the prerequisite to taking the Private Pilot flight test. In addition, this course introduces more advanced flight maneuvers and procedures. The program is designed to train with realistic scenarios involving takeoffs and landings, stalls, upset recognition and recovery techniques, and ground reference maneuvers. This is part of a comprehensive course that prepares the student for the FAA Private Pilot practical flight test. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Lemmon, Brianna
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AV 263 OA
FLIGHT LAB ADV PRIVATE-AIRPLANE
This course introduces the Student Pilot to more advanced procedures for cross country flight planning and navigation. The program is designed to train with realistic scenarios involving takeoffs and landings, stalls, upset recognition and recovery techniques, and ground reference maneuvers. This is part of a comprehensive course that prepares the student for the FAA Private Pilot practical flight test. Prerequisite: AV 262 Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Lemmon, Brianna
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AV 264 OA
FLIGHT LAB INSTRUMENT-AIRPLANE
This course introduces the student to procedural flight tasks focused on operating an aircraft solely by reference to instruments, radio navigation procedures and emergency operations during in-flight training. The flight lab is designed to train with realistic scenarios involving instrument departures and approach to landing, and use of navigation aids such as GPS, ILS, VOR, and ADF. This is part of a comprehensive course that prepares the student for the FAA Instrument Pilot practical flight test. Prerequisite: Private Pilot Certificate 

Instructor: Lemmon, Brianna
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AV 265 OA
FLIGHT LAB INSTRUMENT-AIRPLANE
This course introduces the student to more advanced procedural flight tasks focused on operating an aircraft solely by reference to instruments, radio navigation procedures and emergency operations during in-flight training. The flight lab is designed to train with realistic scenarios involving instrument departures and approach to landing, and use of navigation aids such as GPS, ILS, VOR, and ADF .This is part of a comprehensive course that prepares the student for the FAA Instrument Pilot practical flight test. Prerequisites: AV 210, AV 264 

Instructor: Lemmon, Brianna
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AV 266 OA
FLIGHT LAB COMMERCIAL-AIRPLANE
This course introduces the Pilot to flight procedures for commercial maneuvers and cross country flight planning and navigation. The program is designed to train with realistic scenarios involving high performance takeoffs and landings, and advanced ground reference maneuvers. Various computations are used to determine center of gravity, weight, and balance for complex aircraft loading. This is part of a comprehensive course that prepares the student for the FAA Commercial Pilot practical flight test. *Pre-requisite Private Pilot Certificate 

Instructor: Lemmon, Brianna
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AV 267 OA
FLIGHT LAB COMMERCIAL PLT2-AIRPLANE
This course introduces the Pilot to more advanced procedures for commercial maneuvers and cross country flight planning and navigation. The program is designed to train with realistic scenarios involving high performance takeoffs and landings, and advanced ground reference maneuvers. Various computations are used to determine center of gravity, weight, and balance for complex aircraft loading. This is part of a comprehensive course that prepares the student for the FAA Commercial Pilot practical flight test. Prerequisite: AV 266 

Instructor: Lemmon, Brianna
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AV 268 OA
FLIGHT LAB COMMERCIAL-AIRPLANE
This course introduces the Pilot to more advanced procedures for commercial maneuvers and cross country flight planning and navigation. The program is designed to train with realistic scenarios involving high performance takeoffs and landings, and advanced ground reference maneuvers. Various computations are used to determine center of gravity, weight, and balance for complex aircraft loading. This is part of a comprehensive course that prepares the student for the FAA Commercial Pilot practical flight test. Prerequisite: AV 267 

Instructor: Lemmon, Brianna
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AV 269 OA
FLIGHT LAB COMMERCIAL-AIRPLANE
This course introduces the Pilot to more advanced procedures for commercial maneuvers and cross country flight planning and navigation. The program is designed to train with realistic scenarios involving high performance takeoffs and landings, and advanced ground reference maneuvers. Various omputations are used to determine center of gravity, weight, and balance for complex aircraft loading. This is part of a comprehensive course that prepares the student for the FAA Commercial Pilot practical flight test. Prerequisite: AV 268 *Pre-requisite Instrument Rating 

Instructor: Lemmon, Brianna
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AV 272 OA
AIRPLANE FLIGHT LAB-COMPLEX AIRCRAF
This course introduces the Pilot to more advanced procedures for commercial operations and complex aircraft. The program is designed to train with realistic scenarios involving complex aircraft takeoffs and landings, and advanced emergency maneuvers. Various computations are used to determine center of gravity, weight, and balance for complex aircraft loading. This is part of a comprehensive course that prepares the student for the FAA Commercial Pilot practical flight test. Prerequisite: AV 220 

Instructor: Lemmon, Brianna
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AV 278 OA
FLIGHT LAB (ADV)-MULTI ENGINE
This course introduces the pilot to multi-engine aircraft operation focused on commercial maneuvers and cross country flight planning and navigation. The program is designed to train with realistic scenarios involving high performance takeoffs and landings, and advanced ground reference maneuvers. Various computations are used to determine center of gravity, weight, and balance for complex aircraft loading. This is part of a comprehensive course that prepares the student for the FAA Multi-Engine Pilot practical flight test. Prerequisites: AV 220 

Instructor: Lemmon, Brianna
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AV 290 CA
AVIATION CAPSTONE
The aviation capstone is meant for students ready to graduate with all of their flight ratings and enter the job market. Students will learn how to write an effective aviation resume, present themselves as professionals in the field, and prepare for their first aviation job. Prerequisite: AV 220, AV 225 

Instructor: Ladnier, Garrett
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   11:00AM-12:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AV 292 OA
FLIGHT LAB CFI-AIRPLANE
This course introduces the Flight Instructor to procedural flight tasks focused on student instruction while operating an aircraft. The flight lab is designed to train the student how to instruct basic flight maneuvers with realistic scenarios. This is part of a comprehensive course that prepares the CFI for the FAA Flight Instructor practical flight test. Prerequisite: Completion of AV 268 with a grade of "C" or better, and successfully pass FAA Commercial Pilot check ride. 

Instructor: Lemmon, Brianna
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AV 293 OA
FLIGHT LAB CFI-2-AIRPLANE
This course introduces the Flight Instructor to procedural flight tasks focused on student instruction while operating an aircraft. The flight lab is designed to train the student how to instruct basic flight maneuvers with realistic scenarios. This is part of a comprehensive course that prepares the CFI for the FAA Flight Instructor practical flight test. 

Instructor: Lemmon, Brianna
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AV 294 OA
FLIGHT LAB CFII-AIRPLANE
This course introduces the Flight Instructor to procedural flight tasks focused on student instruction while operating an aircraft solely by reference to instruments, radio navigation procedures and emergency operations during inflight training. The flight lab is designed to train with realistic scenarios involving instrument departures and approach to landing, and use of navigation aids such as GPS, ILS, VOR, and ADF. This is part of a comprehensive course that prepares the CFI for the FAA Instrument Instructor practical flight test. 

Instructor: Lemmon, Brianna
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

AV 295 OA
FLIGHT LAB CFII-2-AIRPLANE
This course introduces the Flight Instructor to procedural flight tasks focused on student instruction while operating an aircraft solely by reference to instruments, radio navigation procedures and emergency operations during inflight training. The flight lab is designed to train with realistic scenarios involving instrument departures and approach to landing, and use of navigation aids such as GPS, ILS, VOR, and ADF. This is part of a comprehensive course that prepares the CFI for the FAA Instrument Instructor practical flight test. 

Instructor: Lemmon, Brianna
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BA 101 CA
INTRO TO BUSINESS
Emphasizes business organization, operation, and management. Assists students interested in business determine their major field of concentration. 

Instructor: Banner, Kent
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   2:00PM-3:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BA 101 OA
INTRO TO BUSINESS
Emphasizes business organization, operation, and management. Assists students interested in business determine their major field of concentration. 

Instructor: Banner, Kent
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   2:00PM-3:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BA 101 OW
INTRO TO BUSINESS
Emphasizes business organization, operation, and management. Assists students interested in business determine their major field of concentration. 

Instructor: Banner, Kent
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BA 101 WW
INTRO TO BUSINESS
Emphasizes business organization, operation, and management. Assists students interested in business determine their major field of concentration. 

Instructor: Banner, Kent
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BA 131 AB
INTRO TO BUSINESS COMPUTING
Introduces computer concepts covering computer systems, software and hardware, networking, and databases. Students will complete assignments in Microsoft Office Professional computer applications, including Word, Excel, Access, Publisher and Powerpoint. Emphasizes basic understanding and competency in different applications and concepts. 

Instructor: Hernandez, Julianna
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: TR   6:00PM-8:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BA 131 CV
INTRO TO BUSINESS COMPUTING & LAB
Introduces computer concepts covering computer systems, software and hardware, networking, and databases. Students will complete assignments in Microsoft Office Professional computer applications, including Word, Excel, Access, Publisher and Powerpoint. Emphasizes basic understanding and competency in different applications and concepts. 

Instructor: Duley, Alanna
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   1:00PM-3:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BA 131 OA
INTRO TO BUSINESS COMPUTING
Introduces computer concepts covering computer systems, software and hardware, networking, and databases. Students will complete assignments in Microsoft Office Professional computer applications, including Word, Excel, Access, Publisher and Powerpoint. Emphasizes basic understanding and competency in different applications and concepts. 

Instructor: Stephens, Nila
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   8:00AM-9:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BA 131 OA L
LAB
 

Instructor: Stephens, Nila
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: MW   10:00AM-10:20AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BA 131 OW
INTRO TO BUSINESS COMPUTING
Introduces computer concepts covering computer systems, software and hardware, networking, and databases. Students will complete assignments in Microsoft Office Professional computer applications, including Word, Excel, Access, Publisher and Powerpoint. Emphasizes basic understanding and competency in different applications and concepts. 

Instructor: Stephens, Nila
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BA 131 WW
INTRO TO BUSINESS COMPUTING
Introduces computer concepts covering computer systems, software and hardware, networking, and databases. Students will complete assignments in Microsoft Office Professional computer applications, including Word, Excel, Access, Publisher and Powerpoint. Emphasizes basic understanding and competency in different applications and concepts. 

Instructor: Stephens, Nila
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BA 204 CA
TEAMWORK DYNAMICS
Introduces the formation, development, and management of groups. Examines problems and characteristics common to group situations and generates strategies for improving group productivity. 

Instructor: Gaskill, Jason
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: T   6:00PM-8:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BA 204 OW
TEAMWORK DYNAMICS
Introduces the formation, development, and management of groups. Examines problems and characteristics common to group situations and generates strategies for improving group productivity. 

Instructor: Banner, Marshiela
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BA 204 WW
TEAMWORK DYNAMICS
Introduces the formation, development, and management of groups. Examines problems and characteristics common to group situations and generates strategies for improving group productivity. 

Instructor: Banner, Marshiela
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BA 211 OW
PRINCIPLES OF FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING
Introduces financial accounting concepts and reporting of financial information in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles. Emphasizes external financial reporting for business enterprises and the use of financial statement information for economic decision making. Introduces computerized accounting concepts. 

Instructor: Bell, Darin
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BA 213 OA
PRINCIPLE OF MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
Introduces managerial accounting, including methods of cost systems and appropriate use of information obtained for improved management decision-making. Conducts analysis of cost behavior, cost/volume/profit relationships, budgeting, evaluating performance, and capital investment decision. Continues computerized accounting concepts. Prerequisite: BA 211 

Instructor: Bell, Darin
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   12:00PM-1:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BA 213 OB
PRINCIPLE OF MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING
Introduces managerial accounting, including methods of cost systems and appropriate use of information obtained for improved management decision-making. Conducts analysis of cost behavior, cost/volume/profit relationships, budgeting, evaluating performance, and capital investment decision. Continues computerized accounting concepts. Prerequisite: BA 211 

Instructor: Bell, Darin
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: TR   10:00AM-11:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BA 214 OW
BUSINESS COMMUNICATION
Applies written communication skills to writing and analyzing business letters, memos, emails, and short reports. Incorporates correct format, grammar, and punctuation. Prerequisite: WR 121 

Instructor: Banner, Kent
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BA 223 OW
PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING
Surveys activities by which a firm seeks to anticipate customer needs by directing a flow of need-satisfying goods and services from producer to consumer. Includes market research, buying behavior, product planning, physical distribution, retailing, wholesaling, promotion, and pricing policy. 

Instructor: Banner, Kent
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BA 226 OA
BUSINESS LAW I
Introduces business law, emphasizing contract law. Discusses history of legal development, crimes, torts, and courts systems. 

Instructor: Banner, Kent
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   11:00AM-12:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BA 227 OW
BUSINESS LAW II
Continues study of business law, emphasizing sales law, commercial paper, bailments, and agency agreements. Prerequisite: BA 226, or instructor approval. 

Instructor: Banner, Kent
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BA 239 OW
PRINCIPLES OF ADVERTISING
Examines, in detail, the purpose, preparation, placement, and analysis of various types of advertisements within each of the media. Analyzes and compares the relative merits of the media on local and national advertising. 

Instructor: Banner, Marshiela
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BA 255 OW
PERSONNEL SUPERVISION
Introduces the supervisor’s special place in management and the essential skills that all managers have in common. Focuses on the unique problems of being a supervisor in any kind of organization, and closely examines the special skills, responsibilities, roles and attributes required of supervisors. 

Instructor: Banner, Kent
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BA 280 O1
BUSINESS MGT COOP WK EXP
Designed to give students an opportunity to acquire actual work experience in their chosen field. An on-site supervisor will supervise and evaluate the work experience student. Instructor approval of work setting and placement is required. For each credit earned, the student will need to document 36 hours at the work site. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Bell, Darin
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BA 280 O2
BUSINESS MGT COOP WK EXP
Designed to give students an opportunity to acquire actual work experience in their chosen field. An on-site supervisor will supervise and evaluate the work experience student. Instructor approval of work setting and placement is required. For each credit earned, the student will need to document 36 hours at the work site. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Bell, Darin
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 2.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BA 280 O3
BUSINESS MGT COOP WK EXP
Designed to give students an opportunity to acquire actual work experience in their chosen field. An on-site supervisor will supervise and evaluate the work experience student. Instructor approval of work setting and placement is required. For each credit earned, the student will need to document 36 hours at the work site. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Bell, Darin
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BIOL 101 OA
GENERAL BIOLOGY
Studies cellular biology, including scientific method, taxonomy, cell organelles and cell membrane, photosynthesis, cellular respiration, mitosis and meiosis, Mendalian genetics, DNA structure and function and evolution. Lab required. Intended for non-science majors. 

Instructor: Larson, Arwyn
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   11:00AM-12:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BIOL 101 OB L
LAB
Studies cellular biology, including scientific method, taxonomy, cell organelles and cell membrane, photosynthesis, cellular respiration, mitosis and meiosis, Mendalian genetics, DNA structure and function and evolution. Lab required. Intended for non-science majors. 

Instructor: Larson, Arwyn
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: W   1:00PM-3:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BIOL 101 OW
GENERAL BIOLOGY
Studies cellular biology, including scientific method, taxonomy, cell organelles and cell membrane, photosynthesis, cellular respiration, mitosis and meiosis, Mendalian genetics, DNA structure and function and evolution. Lab required. Intended for non-science majors. 

Instructor: Larson, Arwyn
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BIOL 101 OW L
LAB
Studies cellular biology, including scientific method, taxonomy, cell organelles and cell membrane, photosynthesis, cellular respiration, mitosis and meiosis, Mendalian genetics, DNA structure and function and evolution. Lab required. Intended for non-science majors. 

Instructor: Larson, Arwyn
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BIOL 102 CA
GENERAL BIOLOGY & LAB
Studies human evolution and the body system, including circulation, immune system, digestion, respiration, body fluid regulation, nervous system, sense organs, muscles, reproduction and endocrine system. Lab required. Intended for non-science majors. 

Instructor: Johnston Carsten, Jennifer
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   5:00PM-8:00PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BIOL 102 OA
GENERAL BIOLOGY
Studies human evolution and the body system, including circulation, immune system, digestion, respiration, body fluid regulation, nervous system, sense organs, muscles, reproduction and endocrine system. Lab required. Intended for non-science majors. 

Instructor: Larson, Arwyn
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MWF   9:00AM-9:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BIOL 102 OA L
LAB
Studies human evolution and the body system, including circulation, immune system, digestion, respiration, body fluid regulation, nervous system, sense organs, muscles, reproduction and endocrine system. Lab required. Intended for non-science majors. 

Instructor: Feibert, Cynthia
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: M   10:00AM-12:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BIOL 102 OB
GENERAL BIOLOGY
Studies human evolution and the body system, including circulation, immune system, digestion, respiration, body fluid regulation, nervous system, sense organs, muscles, reproduction and endocrine system. Lab required. Intended for non-science majors. 

Instructor: Feibert, Cynthia
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: TR   5:00PM-6:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BIOL 102 OC L
LAB
Studies human evolution and the body system, including circulation, immune system, digestion, respiration, body fluid regulation, nervous system, sense organs, muscles, reproduction and endocrine system. Lab required. Intended for non-science majors. 

Instructor: Feibert, Cynthia
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: T   2:00PM-4:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BIOL 121 OH
INTRO TO HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY
Covers body organization with an emphasis on anatomy and function of all the human body systems. Topics include the cell, skin, heart and circulation, nervous system, special senses, blood, immunity, respiration, digestion, bones, muscles and reproduction. This course is designed for the allied health student. Lab required. 

Instructor: Larson, Arwyn
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 5.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BIOL 121 OH L
LAB
Covers body organization with an emphasis on anatomy and function of all the human body systems. Topics include the cell, skin, heart and circulation, nervous system, special senses, blood, immunity, respiration, digestion, bones, muscles and reproduction. This course is designed for the allied health student. Lab required. 

Instructor: Larson, Arwyn
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: W   5:00PM-7:00PM   1/12/2022-1/12/2022

BIOL 212 OA
COLLEGE BIOLOGY
Provides an introduction to the basic concepts of biology with a special emphasis on zoology. Discusses functional relationships between different orders of animals. Lab required. Intended for science and pre-professional majors. 

Instructor: Feibert, Cynthia
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 5.00
Schedule: TR   12:00PM-1:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BIOL 212 OA L
LAB
 

Instructor: Feibert, Cynthia
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: R   9:00AM-11:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BIOL 212 OB L
LAB
 

Instructor: Feibert, Cynthia
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: F   12:00PM-2:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BIOL 212 OC L
LAB
 

Instructor: Feibert, Cynthia
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: F   9:00AM-11:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BIOL 231 OA
HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY
Studies body organization and function with an emphasis on histology and the integumentary, skeletal, and muscular systems. Lab required. Prerequisites: CHEM 104, or 121, or 221, and BIOL 101 or 211. 

Instructor: Larson, Arwyn
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MWF   10:00AM-10:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BIOL 231 OB L
LAB
Studies body organization and function with an emphasis on histology and the integumentary, skeletal, and muscular systems. Lab required. Prerequisites: CHEM 104, or 121, or 221, and BIOL 101 or 211. 

Instructor: Larson, Arwyn
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: T   12:00PM-2:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BIOL 232 CA
HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY
Studies the organization, structure, and function of the nervous, sensory, endocrine, and cardiovascular systems. Lab required. Prerequisite: BIOL 231 

Instructor: Winters, Kerby
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: TR   10:00AM-11:20AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BIOL 232 CA L
LAB
Studies the organization, structure, and function of the nervous, sensory, endocrine, and cardiovascular systems. Lab required. Prerequisite: BIOL 231 

Instructor: Winters, Kerby
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: T   12:00PM-2:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BIOL 232 OA
HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY
Studies the organization, structure, and function of the nervous, sensory, endocrine, and cardiovascular systems. Lab required. Prerequisite: BIOL 231 

Instructor: Winters, Kerby
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: TR   10:00AM-11:20AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BIOL 232 OB L
LAB
Studies the organization, structure, and function of the nervous, sensory, endocrine, and cardiovascular systems. Lab required. Prerequisite: BIOL 231 

Instructor: Winters, Kerby
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: M   11:00AM-1:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BIOL 232 OH
HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY
Studies the organization, structure, and function of the nervous, sensory, endocrine, and cardiovascular systems. Lab required. Prerequisite: BIOL 231 

Instructor: Winters, Kerby
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BIOL 232 OH L
LAB
Studies the organization, structure, and function of the nervous, sensory, endocrine, and cardiovascular systems. Lab required. Prerequisite: BIOL 231 

Instructor: Winters, Kerby
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: R   4:00PM-8:00PM   1/20/2022-1/20/2022

BIOL 234 OA
MICROBIOLOGY
Examines the fundamental principles and techniques of microbial study. Emphasizes the structural, functional, and disease causing properties of bacteria and viruses. Lab required. Prerequisites: CHEM 104, or 121, or 221, and BIOL 101 or 211 or 231. 

Instructor: Winters, Kerby
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   2:00PM-3:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BIOL 234 OA L
LAB
Examines the fundamental principles and techniques of microbial study. Emphasizes the structural, functional, and disease causing properties of bacteria and viruses. Lab required. Prerequisites: CHEM 104, or 121, or 221, and BIOL 101 or 211 or 231. 

Instructor: Winters, Kerby
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: MW   4:00PM-5:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BIOL 299 OA
HUMAN ANATOMY-HUMAN DISSECTION
Students will dissect a human cadaver in preparation for the Human Anaomy and Physiology students. Schedule to be determined by instructor. Prerequisite: Instructor permission required, BIOL 231, 232. Course Note: Course requires 33 hours per term, TBA with instructor. 

Instructor: Shoemaker, Jeretta
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BIZC 090 ZH
SBDC LATINO OUTREACH
Ready to launch your business in 2022? Our guest speaker will be Corina Vasquez, she is the owner of Mayamex Insurance and services. She will give us tips on why business insurance is essential and will also provide us with tax preparation information for small business owners. Any questions about the event, please contact SBDC advisors Roy Vargas rvargas.sbdc@gmail.com (208) 405-1276 or Christina Grace cgrace@tvcc.cc ¿Listo para lanzar su negocio en 2022? Nuestra oradora invitada para el taller latino de enero será Corina Vásquez, ella es la propietaria de Mayamex Seguros y servicios. Ella nos dará consejos sobre por qué el seguro comercial es esencial y también nos brindará información sobre la preparación de impuestos para propietarios de pequeñas empresas. Cualquier pregunta sobre el evento, favor de comunicarse con los asesores, Roy Vargas rvargas.sbdc@gmail.com o Christina Grace cgrace@tvcc.cc 

Instructor: Vargas, Rogelio
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: S   9:30AM-11:30AM   1/22/2022-1/22/2022

BIZC 092 ZA
OR CCB EXAM STUDY GUIDE
Prepare to take the Oregon Construction Contractors Board (CCB) Examination on your own. This self–study course includes the “NASCLA Contractors Guide 2nd Edition” with chapter questions and practice exams. Once the self-study course is completed the state exam is administered by PSI and will require an additional fee. Individualized business advising and license application assistance is included to ensure that you start your business off correctly 

Instructor: Instructor, Volunteer
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BIZC 092 ZC
OR CCB EXAM STUDY GUIDE SHIPPED
Prepare to take the Oregon Construction Contractors Board (CCB) Examination on your own. This self–study course includes the “NASCLA Contractors Guide 2nd Edition” with chapter questions and practice exams. Once the self-study course is completed the state exam is administered by PSI and will require an additional fee. Individualized business advising and license application assistance is included to ensure that you start your business off correctly 

Instructor: Instructor, Volunteer
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BIZC 092 W 03
ED2GO
Part 3 Learn the skills you need to become a pharmacy tech in a hospital or retail setting with the Pharmacy Technician Online Certification Training Program. You'll gain the skills and knowledge to qualify for entry-level positions in pharmacies, and you'll be prepared for national certification. This program pairs you with an instructor for one-on-one assistance. Upon successfully completing your program, you may qualify for a 40 to 100-hour externship. For more information, view the "Details" section. All materials are included in the cost of the program. Upon completion of this program, you will be prepared to sit for the National Certification Exam which is the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam (PTCE), offered by Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB). The registration fee for this exam is also included with the program. To register go to: https://careertraining.ed2go.com/tvccdel/training-programs/pharmacy-technician 

Instructor: Education To Go, Education To Go
Location: Web
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BIZC 092 W 09
ED2GO: INTRO TO QUICKBOOKS 2019
Sign up online at: Introduction to QuickBooks 2019 https://www.ed2go.com/tvccdel/online-courses/introduction-quickbooks-2019/ Take control of accounting for your business. This course provides hands-on experience in QuickBooks 2019 as you set up a chart of accounts; reconcile your bank accounts; create and print invoices, receipts, and statements; track payables, inventory, and receivables; create estimates; and generate reports. Details From business owners to independent bookkeepers, millions use QuickBooks for payroll, inventory, reports, and other accounting needs. Now you can learn to manage your finances with QuickBooks in this introductory online course. Introduction to QuickBooks 2019 is designed for those new to QuickBooks or those wanting a refresher with the latest version. You will learn how QuickBooks makes it easy to set up a chart of accounts; create and print invoices, receipts, and statements; track your payables, inventory, and receivables, and generate reports. Instructor Scott Paxton is a Certified Public Accountant and holds master's degrees in business administration and accounting. His background includes experience as a public accountant, a manager in the banking industry, an entrepreneur and a college business instructor. Paxton has also spent much of his career helping small business owners successfully implement and troubleshoot QuickBooks. 

Instructor: Education To Go, Education To Go
Location: Web
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/1/2022-3/18/2022

BT 101 OW
KEYBOARDING I
Emphasizes proper techniques of keyboarding through meaningful practice and speed development. Does not include word processing concepts. Lab included. 

Instructor: McCreary, Anita
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BT 105 OW
PRESENTATION APPLICATIONS
Introduces presentation software with an emphasis on designing and formatting business-related presentations. Learn how to create a business presentation using electronic presentation, create an initial outline and slides, format and proof text, utilize animation, print a presentation and create and run a presentation. Prerequisites: BA 131/CS 101 

Instructor: McCreary, Anita
Location: Web
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BT 210 OW
EMAIL & PRODUCTIVITY APPLICATIONS
Introduces the basic features of various email applications (including MS Outlook) to send and receive email, organize schedules and events, and maintain contact lists, to-do lists, and tasks. Emphasizes the email and productivity software skills necessary in business environments. 

Instructor: Stephens, Nila
Location: Web
Credits: 2.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BT 221 OW
WORD PROCESSING PROCEDURES I
Uses Microsoft Word to create and format Word documents using various formatting tools. Covers the skill needed for MOS certification. Lab included. Prerequisite: Keyboarding skills 

Instructor: Stephens, Nila
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BT 222 OX
WORD PROCESSING PROCEDURES II
Presents advanced features in Microsoft Word to efficiently produce professional documents. Covers the skills necessary for MOS certification. Lab included. Prerequisite: BT 221, or instructor approval. 

Instructor: Stephens, Nila
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BT 232 OW
SPREADSHEET APPLICATIONS
Presents the features in Microsoft Excel needed to efficiently produce spreadsheets and supporting documents. Provides the skills necessary for MOS certification. Prepares students to create, edit, and format spreadsheets, create formulas, use certain functions, create charts, do business related analysis, work with data lists, create and edit macros, create pivot tables and charts, and display worksheets on the web. Prerequisite: BA 131, CS 101, CS 160, or instructor permission. 

Instructor: Stephens, Nila
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BT 242 OX
DATABASE APPLICATIONS
Introduces microcomputer database systems, including their application, design, and construction. Begins with basic tables, forms, queries, reports, and relational database concepts, and progresses to more advanced concepts and skills, including creating modules, macros and advanced forms and reports. Prerequisite: BA 131, or CS 101 or 160, or instructor approval. 

Instructor: Stephens, Nila
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

BT 252 OH
COMPUTER ASSISTED ACCOUNTING II
Introduces methods of performing accounting functions using accounting software currently utilized by business firms. Prerequisite: BA 200 or BA 211 

Instructor: Bell, Darin
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   2:00PM-3:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CHEM 104 CA
SURVEY OF CHEMISTRY (HEALTH) & LAB
Studies the fundamental concepts of chemistry including metric system, atomic structure, chemical reactions and gas laws, buffers, solution chemistry and acids and bases. Examines the relationship of chemical principles to current environmental and health related topics. Lab required. Prerequisite: MATH 60, or suitable placement score. 

Instructor: Fisher, Michael
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   4:30PM-7:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CHEM 104 OA
SURVEY OF CHEMISTRY (HEALTH)
Studies the fundamental concepts of chemistry including metric system, atomic structure, chemical reactions and gas laws, buffers, solution chemistry and acids and bases. Examines the relationship of chemical principles to current environmental and health related topics. Lab required. Prerequisite: MATH 60, or suitable placement score. 

Instructor: Rawlinson, Nathan
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: TR   10:00AM-11:20AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CHEM 104 OA L
LAB
 

Instructor: Rawlinson, Nathan
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: W   2:00PM-4:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CHEM 104 OW
SURVEY OF CHEMISTRY (HEALTH) & LAB
Studies the fundamental concepts of chemistry including metric system, atomic structure, chemical reactions and gas laws, buffers, solution chemistry and acids and bases. Examines the relationship of chemical principles to current environmental and health related topics. Web Lab required. Prerequisite: MATH 60, or suitable placement score. 

Instructor: Rawlinson, Nathan
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CHEM 105 OA
SURVEY OF CHEMISTRY (HEALTH)
Studies the fundamental concepts of chemistry, including nuclear radiation, energy, and organic chemistry. Lab required. Prerequisite: CHEM 104. 

Instructor: Rawlinson, Nathan
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: TR   2:00PM-3:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CHEM 105 OA L
LAB
Studies the fundamental concepts of chemistry, including nuclear radiation, energy, and organic chemistry. Lab required. Prerequisite: CHEM 104. 

Instructor: Rawlinson, Nathan
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: W   9:00AM-11:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CHEM 222 OA
COLLEGE CHEMISTRY
Includes molecular bonding, solution chemistry, chemical reactions, oxidation reduction, chemical equilibrium and acid base equilibrium. Lab required. Prerequisite: CHEM 221. 

Instructor: Rawlinson, Nathan
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 5.00
Schedule: MW   12:00PM-1:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CHEM 222 OA L
LAB
Includes molecular bonding, solution chemistry, chemical reactions, oxidation reduction, chemical equilibrium and acid base equilibrium. Lab required. Prerequisite: CHEM 221. 

Instructor: Rawlinson, Nathan
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: F   9:00AM-11:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CIS 101 CH
INTRODUCTION TO NETWORK
This course is an introduction to networks. Students will be introduced to the architecture, structure, functions, components and models of the Internet and other computer networks. The principles and structure of IP addressing and the fundamentals of Ethernet concepts, media and operations are introduced to provide a foundation for the curriculum. By the end of the course. students will be able to build simple LAN's, perform basic configurations for routers and switches, and implement IP addressing schemes. Prerequisite: CIS 100 

Instructor: Carpenter, Scott
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   3:30PM-5:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CIS 101 OH
INTRODUCTION TO NETWORK
This course is an introduction to networks. Students will be introduced to the architecture, structure, functions, components and models of the Internet and other computer networks. The principles and structure of IP addressing and the fundamentals of Ethernet concepts, media and operations are introduced to provide a foundation for the curriculum. By the end of the course. students will be able to build simple LAN's, perform basic configurations for routers and switches, and implement IP addressing schemes. Prerequisite: CIS 100 

Instructor: Carpenter, Scott
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   3:30PM-5:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CIS 122 CV
INTRO SQL & DATABASE DEVELOPMENT
This course introduces the student to the concepts of structured query language (SQL) used to retrieve records from a relational database. Among covered concepts are set theory, Boolean logic, data normalization and table structure, SQL keywords and operators, primary and foreign keys, retrieval wildcards, and join types. At the conclusions of the course, students will be able to write complex queries which filter and summarize retrieved records. Course Note: Experience with spreadsheets and mathematical formulae will be helpful. 

Instructor: Ellis, Eric
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: T   4:30PM-6:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CIS 122 OV
INTRO SQL & DATABASE DEVELOPMENT
This course introduces the student to the concepts of structured query language (SQL) used to retrieve records from a relational database. Among covered concepts are set theory, Boolean logic, data normalization and table structure, SQL keywords and operators, primary and foreign keys, retrieval wildcards, and join types. At the conclusions of the course, students will be able to write complex queries which filter and summarize retrieved records. Course Note: Experience with spreadsheets and mathematical formulae will be helpful. 

Instructor: Ellis, Eric
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: T   4:30PM-6:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CIS 123 CV
INTER SQL & DATABASE DEVELOPMENT
This course is the second in a series which covers the concepts of structured query language (SQL) used to retrieve records from a relational database. Among covered concepts are creating tables, inserting, updating and deleting records, using views, stored procedure, cursors, triggers and tools to facilitate transactional processing. At the conclusion of the course, students will be able to write complex queries controlling Data Definition and Data Manipulation, and will have been exposed to the beginning principles of programming in SQL. Prerequisite: CIS 122 

Instructor: Simmons, Kendall
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   3:30PM-5:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CIS 123 OV
INTER SQL & DATABASE DEVELOPMENT
This course is the second in a series which covers the concepts of structured query language (SQL) used to retrieve records from a relational database. Among covered concepts are creating tables, inserting, updating and deleting records, using views, stored procedure, cursors, triggers and tools to facilitate transactional processing. At the conclusion of the course, students will be able to write complex queries controlling Data Definition and Data Manipulation, and will have been exposed to the beginning principles of programming in SQL. Prerequisite: CIS 122 

Instructor: Simmons, Kendall
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   3:30PM-5:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CIS 284 OH
CYBERSECURITY ESSENTIALS
This course evaluates cybersecurity principles and demonstrates how to secure a network computing environment through the application of security controls. Students will learn the nature and scope of today's cybersecurity challenges, strategies for network defense, as well as detailed information about next-generation cybersecurity solutions. Students will also deploy a variety of security methodologies as well as technologies and concepts used for implementing a secure network environment. Prerequisite: CIS 283 

Instructor: Carpenter, Scott
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   5:30PM-7:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CJ 112 CA
PATROL PROCEDURES
Describes the nature and purpose of patrol activities for law enforcement officers. Includes routine and emergency procedures and types of controls. 

Instructor: Jones, Jason
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   5:00PM-6:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CJ 112 OA
PATROL PROCEDURES
Describes the nature and purpose of patrol activities for law enforcement officers. Includes routine and emergency procedures and types of controls. 

Instructor: Jones, Jason
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   5:00PM-6:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CJ 140 CA
U.S. CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
Emphasizes the adjunction and correctional aspects of the criminal justice system. Prerequisite: CJ 100. 

Instructor: Breidinger, Jessica
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   2:30PM-3:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CJ 140 OA
U.S. CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
Emphasizes the adjunction and correctional aspects of the criminal justice system. Prerequisite: CJ 100. 

Instructor: Breidinger, Jessica
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   2:30PM-3:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CJ 201 OA
INTRO TO JUVENILE JUSTICE SYSTEM
Presents the concept of delinquency, the history and development of the juvenile justice system, theories of delinquency, environmental influences on delinquency, and controlling juvenile offenders. 

Instructor: Strong, Candita
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: T   6:00PM-8:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CJ 202 CA
VIOLENCE & AGRESSION
Explores the causes and extent of violence in society and the family, and examines preventative measures available to reduce violence in society. 

Instructor: Breidinger, Jessica
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   12:30PM-1:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CJ 202 OA
VIOLENCE & AGRESSION
Explores the causes and extent of violence in society and the family, and examines preventative measures available to reduce violence in society. 

Instructor: Breidinger, Jessica
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   12:30PM-1:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CJ 207 CA
CRIMINAL JUSTICE DOCUMENTATION
This course is designed to provide the necessary information to become a knowledgeable and skillful writer of narrative reports which document original crimes and follow-up investigations for students entering the Criminal Justice field. The class will focus on the skills needed to write a report that is complete, clear, accurate, and convincing. The actual writing of reports will be a major component of the course. Specialized formats which meet the needs of various types of investigative activities including crime scene processing, interviews with suspects and witnesses, undercover operations, and the execution of search warrants will be explored. Basic writing skills such as grammar and spelling accuracy related to Criminal Justice terminology will be emphasized. Prerequisites: CJ 100, WR 115 or higher, or professional in the field, or consent of instructor. All prerequisite courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or better. 

Instructor: Andersen, Greg
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: R   6:00PM-8:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CJ 207 OA
CRIMINAL JUSTICE DOCUMENTATION
This course is designed to provide the necessary information to become a knowledgeable and skillful writer of narrative reports which document original crimes and follow-up investigations for students entering the Criminal Justice field. The class will focus on the skills needed to write a report that is complete, clear, accurate, and convincing. The actual writing of reports will be a major component of the course. Specialized formats which meet the needs of various types of investigative activities including crime scene processing, interviews with suspects and witnesses, undercover operations, and the execution of search warrants will be explored. Basic writing skills such as grammar and spelling accuracy related to Criminal Justice terminology will be emphasized. Prerequisites: CJ 100, WR 115 or higher, or professional in the field, or consent of instructor. All prerequisite courses must be completed with a grade of "C" or better. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Andersen, Greg
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: R   6:00PM-8:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CJ 232 OA
CORRECTIONS CASEWORK
Studies the basic concepts of interviewing and counseling techniques used by correctional officers in one-to-one contacts with clients. Builds rudimentary skills through role-playing and demonstration in preparation for practice in the field and to foster an appreciation for further training. Prerequisite: CJ 132 

Instructor: Andersen, Greg
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   3:30PM-4:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CJ 280 O1
CRIMINAL JUSTICE COOP WK EXP
Provides work-related experience and study in selected Criminal Justice. Course Note: Course requires 36 hours per term, TBA with instructor Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Breidinger, Jessica
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CJ 280 O2
CRIMINAL JUSTICE COOP WK EXP
Provides work-related experience and study in selected Criminal Justice environments. Course Note: Course requires 72 hours per term, TBA with instructor Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Breidinger, Jessica
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 2.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

COMM 052 W 01
ED TO GO ADOBE CERTIFIED ASSOCIATE
Register Online: https://careertraining.ed2go.com/tvccdel/training-programs/adobe-certification-with-exam/ There is a strong demand for Adobe Creative Suite skills. In the Adobe Certified Associate course, you will learn five of the most often-used Adobe programs: Dreamweaver, Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, and Animate (formerly Flash). You will read short readings, complete exercises and watch video demos and reviews of exercises, take quizzes and exams, and complete a project. By focusing on these five programs, you will learn how to put all the parts and pieces together to develop the Adobe Creative Suite skills needed to be professionals in the design field. This course includes a voucher to take the certifying exams. Proctor fees may apply, which are not included. 

Instructor: Education To Go, Education To Go
Location: Ontario
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       12/10/2021-3/18/2022

COMM 052 W 02
ED2GO PHARMACY TECH PT 2
To register for this course please visit: https://careertraining.ed2go.com/tvccdel/training-programs/pharmacy-technician/ Pharmacy technicians support licensed pharmacists in providing health care to patients. Train to enter this rapidly growing field with this respected online course. Overview: Pharmacy technicians have become indispensable to the health care industry, and it's a great time to join this growing field. Pharmacy technician classes can get you started on this fulfilling career path. You'll gain the skills and knowledge to qualify for entry-level positions in pharmacies and be prepared for national certification. Upon completion of this course, you will be prepared to sit for the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam (PTCE), offered by the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB). This course also includes a voucher which covers the fee of the exam. Pharmacy technician certification is an important issue for many industry employers and state legislatures, some of which now require national certification. You will also have the opportunity to apply for a 100+ hour externship. Objective: What you will learn -> The federal and state laws that govern pharmacy, as well as the ethics of pharmacy practice. -> HIPAA requirements and their application to pharmacy. -> How to interpret physician orders and prescriptions. -> Techniques required to order, stock, package, prepare, and distribute medications. -> Definitions of medical and pharmaceutical terms and common abbreviations. -> The pharmacology of medications in relation to the anatomy affected. -> How to perform pharmaceutical calculations. -> How to process insurance billing and collect payments. -> How to communicate successfully with patients and medical professionals. How you will benefit -> After successfully completing your course, you'll receive access to the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam (PTCE) practice tests to help you study for your certification exam. -> Jump start your career towards working as a Pharmacy Aide, Pharmacy Technician, Certified Pharmacy Technician, Health Technician/Technologist, Medical Laboratory Technician, Medical Records Clerk/Technician, or a Nursing Assistant. -> You will get hands-on practice in retail pharmacy procedures through an online lab module, applying what you've learned to fill mock prescriptions. -> You will have the opportunity to apply for a 100+ hour externship. 

Instructor: Education To Go, Education To Go
Location: Web
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       12/11/2021-3/18/2022

COMM 052 W OB
ED2GO PHARMACY TECH PART 5
To register, please visit: https://careertraining.ed2go.com/tvccdel/training-programs/pharmacy-technician/ This course is self-paced and open enrollment, so you can start when you want and finish at your own pace. When you register, you'll receive twelve (12) months to complete the course. Pharmacy technicians have become indispensable to the health care industry, and it's a great time to join this growing field. Pharmacy technician classes can get you started on this fulfilling career path. You'll gain the skills and knowledge to qualify for entry-level positions in pharmacies and be prepared for national certification. Upon completion of this course, you will be prepared to sit for the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam (PTCE), offered by the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board (PTCB). This course also includes a voucher which covers the fee of the exam. Pharmacy technician certification is an important issue for many industry employers and state legislatures, some of which now require national certification. You will also have the opportunity to apply for a 100+ hour externship. What you will learn • The federal and state laws that govern pharmacy, as well as the ethics of pharmacy practice. • HIPAA requirements and their application to pharmacy. • How to interpret physician orders and prescriptions. • Techniques required to order, stock, package, prepare, and distribute medications. • Definitions of medical and pharmaceutical terms and common abbreviations. • The pharmacology of medications in relation to the anatomy affected. • How to perform pharmaceutical calculations. • How to process insurance billing and collect payments. • How to communicate successfully with patients and medical professionals. How you will benefit • After successfully completing your course, you'll receive access to the Pharmacy Technician Certification Exam (PTCE) practice tests to help you study for your certification exam. • Jump start your career towards working as a Pharmacy Aide, Pharmacy Technician, Certified Pharmacy Technician, Health Technician/Technologist, Medical Laboratory Technician, Medical Records Clerk/Technician, or a Nursing Assistant. • You will get hands-on practice in retail pharmacy procedures through an online lab module, applying what you've learned to fill mock prescriptions. • You will have the opportunity to apply for a 100+ hour externship. 

Instructor: Instructor, Volunteer
Location: Web
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       12/11/2021-3/18/2022

COMM 052 W OD
ED2GO:CPC MEDICAL BILLING & CODING3
Whether you're just starting out or transitioning into a different field, this course will help you enter the medical billing and coding field. More than 850,000 practicing physicians in the United States rely on medical billers and coders to receive payment for their services and the demand is only growing. Medical Terminology focuses on the language of medicine. You will study word parts and the structures and functions of the human body. You will also learn about the disorders and medical procedures common to each body system. CPC Medical Billing and Coding (Voucher Included) will train you in the legal, ethical, and regulatory concepts central to a career in the medical billing and coding field. You will gain hands-on, practical experience in medical billing and coding and work with the main coding manuals: ICD-10-CM, CPT, and HCPCS Level II. You will also have the option to complete a Career Roadmap lesson to help you find, land, and keep a job in your new field. This course also prepares you for the American Academy of Professional Coders' (AAPC) Certified Professional Coder (CPC) exam. You will complete PractiCode lessons, practice exams, and work from the official CPC Certification guide. This course includes a 1-year AAPC membership and voucher for the CPC exam cost and one free retake. What you will learn * Master the fundamentals of medical billing & coding and medical terminology * Hands-on, practical experience in medical billing and coding * Word parts and the structures and functions of the human body How you will benefit * Preparation to sit for the Certified Professional Coder (CPC) exam * Builds a solid foundation for entry into the health care industry 12 month access to the course 340 course hours Register online: https://careertraining.ed2go.com/tvccdel/training-programs/certified-professional-coder-cpc-exam-prep/ 

Instructor: Education To Go, Education To Go
Location: Web
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

COMM 052 W OE
ED2GO AUTODESK REVIT ARCH. PART 3
This course is offered as part of TVCC's partnership with Ed2Go. You can sign up for this course here: https://careertraining.ed2go.com/tvccdel/training-programs/autodesk-revit-2021-voucher-included/ Autodesk Revit for Architecture is one of the leading Building Information Modeling (BIM) software products for architectural firms. This 100% online course will teach you the fundamentals of Autodesk Revit Architecture software and fully prepare you to pass the Autodesk Revit Certified User for Architecture exam. You will learn how to navigate the interface and use the fundamental design functions available in Revit. The course content is heavily focused on hands-on exercises which require that the software be installed. This course offers enrollment with a voucher. The voucher is pre-paid access to sit for the certifying exam upon eligibility. What you will learn • Understand the purpose of Building Information Management (BIM) and how it is applied in the Autodesk Revit software. • To create a 3D building model with walls, curtain walls, windows, doors, floors, stairs, ceilings, and roofs. • To add furniture and equipment elements to a 3D building model. • To create your building documentation by setting up sheets for plotting with text, dimensions, details, tags, and schedules. How you will benefit • Autodesk Revit is a software product that is commonly used by Architectural firms. Firms who are recruiting would require knowledge of this product prior to hiring. • Taking this course provides the key skills to efficiently and effectively work with the fundamental architectural tools available in the Autodesk Revit software. • At the completion of the course, passing the Autodesk Revit Certified User for Architecture exam provides potential employers with additional validation of skills. 

Instructor: Education To Go, Education To Go
Location: Web
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       12/11/2021-1/8/2022

COMM 052 W OF
ED2GO CMAA FOR THE EXPERIENCED(PT3)
Sign up online at: https://careertraining.ed2go.com/tvccdel/training-programs/certified-clinical-medical-assistant-training-for-cmaa/ The Certified Clinical Medical Assistant for the Experienced CMAA (Voucher Included) includes: Medical Terminology Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) for the Experienced CMAA Overview: Clinical medical assistants are skilled multi-taskers who help to maximize the productivity of the healthcare team. To stand out in this high-demand field, you need a specialized skill set and certification. This National Healthcareer Association-certified course will train you for an entry-level position as clinical medical assistant and prepare you for the certification exam. You will learn how medical law, ethics, and HIPAA rules factor into a clinical medical assistant's work. In addition, you will be trained to use scheduling systems, facilitate patient check-in and check-out, assess medical record, administer injections, and more. You will also study body systems and their main functions, so you can assist with patient exams. After successfully completing this course, you will be able to take the Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) certification exam offered by the National Healthcareer Association (NHA). This course includes a voucher which covers the fee of the exam. You will also have the opportunity to gain access to our Externship Starter Kit. Objective What you will learn • Specializes skills needed to contribute to a healthcare team in an ambulatory setting • Ethical behavior, therapeutic communication, patient privacy laws, medical terminology, and clinical procedures How you will benefit • Assistance from our Externship Coordinator and access to our Externship Starter Kit • Identify the functions of the major body systems • Describe how to measure vital signs • Discuss the importance of medical and surgical asepsis • Summarize the basic guidelines for administration of injections • Explain the three methods used to perform venipuncture • Identify the placement of electrodes for an ECG • List the steps for obtaining a throat culture • State how to conduct physical and chemical examinations of urine • Recognize what constitutes a medical emergency Instructor: Nancy Smith has over 30 years of experience in the healthcare industry. Her clinical experience includes working as a medical assistant for a network of rural health clinics, and as a medical coder, insurance claims specialist, and medical records auditor. She worked as a medical office manager for ten years, where she recruited and trained all medical assistants. Nancy holds a bachelor's degree in vocational education and has developed and taught medical assistant programs. 

Instructor: Education To Go, Education To Go
Location: Web
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       12/11/2021-3/18/2022

COMM 052 W OG
ED2GO AUTOCAD2021 W/3D (PT3)
Sign up online at: https://careertraining.ed2go.com/tvccdel/training-programs/autocad-certified-user-with-autocad-3d-2021-voucher-included/ Overview: This 100% online AutoCAD 2021 training course will teach you how to create and edit a simple drawing, and then gradually introduces more advanced tools. Once you master the basic 2D skills, you will move on to explore more advanced efficiency tools, complex objects, using external reference and image files, collaboration tools, publishing, and enhancing productivity with simple customization. You will then learn the fundamentals of 3D and explores the main features of the advanced 3D modeling workspace. The course content is heavily focused on hands-on exercises which require that the software be installed. All examples and exercises are taken from a variety of fields where AutoCAD is used. This course offers enrollment with a voucher. The voucher is pre-paid access to sit for the certifying exam upon eligibility. What you will learn • Use the AutoCAD software to create, edit, modify and work with drawings. • Work and set up units and layers, create annotations (text, hatching, dimensions, multileader, and tables), including annotation styles and setting up templates. • Create and insert reusable symbols using local/dynamic blocks with attributes and work with and modify external references in a drawing file. • Set up layouts (printing, manipulating, copying, creating viewports) and create, publish, and customize sheet sets. • Learn collaboration and automation tools and understand CAD management, system setup, and customizing the AutoCAD interface. • Creating sections, camera perspectives, and animations • Create and modify solid models and create 2D drawings of the solid models. • Setting up a rendering with materials and lights to showcase completed models. How you will benefit • AutoCAD is a mature software product. Companies who are recruiting would require knowledge of this product prior to hiring. • Taking this course provides the key skills to efficiently and effectively work with the 2D and 3D tools available in AutoCAD 2021. • After course completion, passing the Autodesk certification exam provides potential employers with additional validation of your skills Instructors: Jennifer MacMillan holds a mechanical engineering degree from Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia, Canada. She has been teaching CAD for 25 years and is an Autodesk® Certified Instructor (ACI). She currently manages a team of curriculum developers that design and develop both online and print curriculum for the Autodesk line of engineering software products. As a subject matter expert herself, she focuses her development efforts working specifically with the manufacturing software products. Jennifer has always enjoyed teaching and passing her knowledge and interest in CAD on to her students. Renu Muthoo is a Computer Engineering graduate from Bangalore University, India. She has worked with Autodesk, Inc. products for the past 22 years, focusing mainly on AutoCAD/AutoCAD verticals and Autodesk's design visualization software products such as 3ds Max and VRED. Using her engineering background, expertise in Autodesk products, and training in Instructional design, she has co-authored numerous books for various CAD audiences. In her current role, she works as a curriculum developer and subject matter expert, developing and writing training courseware for Autodesk products. 

Instructor: Education To Go, Education To Go
Location: Web
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       12/11/2021-3/18/2022

COMM 052 W W1
EDTOGO CLINICAL MEDICAL ASSISTANT
Register Online: https://careertraining.ed2go.com/tvccdel/training-programs/certified_clinical_medical_assistant/ OVERVIEW Clinical medical assistants are skilled multi-taskers who help to maximize the productivity of the healthcare team. Medical assistants enable a healthcare facility to operate more efficiently, which increases revenue and provides a positive experience for patients. In this course, you will learn medical terminology, medical law and ethics, HIPAA rules, scheduling systems, patient check-in and check-out, contents of a medical record, anatomy, pathophysiology, pharmacology, nutrition, phlebotomy theory, injections, and routine treatment and laboratory duties. You will also learn medical terms and their application. You'll start by learning the origins of medical words and how to recognize prefixes and suffixes used in medical terminology. Then you'll learn about the body as a whole and how to differentiate cells, tissues, organs, systems, and cavities. Next, you'll learn to define and describe the function of each system of the human body. This knowledge will help you take the next step in your medical career or education. You will be also able to take the Certified Clinical Medical Assistant (CCMA) national certification exam offered by National Healthcareer Association (NHA). This course includes a voucher which covers the fee of the exam. However, please research your state's requirements by visiting your state's Medical Board site prior to enrolling to ensure this course is the right fit for you. Please note, this course does not qualify students to work as Medical Assistants in Washington state. Upon completion of the course, you will also have the opportunity to gain access to our Externship Starter Kit. Disclaimer: An externship with any organization is not guaranteed. All students must apply to the program and complete the prerequisite criteria before being accepted. Positions in the externship program are contingent on availability at each location. Students may also set up their own externship at any other retail or hospital facility. Additional hours will be required. OBJECTIVE What you will learn You will learn the necessary skills to function as a vital member of the healthcare team in an ambulatory setting. The course will emphasize ethical behavior, therapeutic communication, protecting the privacy of patient information, the importance of a first impression, maintaining a safe office environment, medical terminology, and clinical procedures. How you will benefit ? Assistance from our Externship Coordinator and access to our Externship Starter Kit ? Summarize the HIPAA Privacy Rule and HIPAA Security Rule ? Demonstrate basic medical terminology knowledge ? Discuss government and private insurances ? Identify the functions of the major body systems ? Demonstrate how to write a chief complaint and obtain a patient history ? Discuss the importance of medical and surgical asepsis ? Explain the information contained in different types of medical records. ? Identify the three methods used to perform venipuncture INSTRUCTOR Nancy Smith has over 30 years of experience in the healthcare industry. Her clinical experience includes working as a medical assistant for a network of rural health clinics, and as a medical coder, insurance claims specialist, and medical records auditor. She worked as a medical office manager for ten years, where she recruited and trained all medical assistants. Nancy holds a bachelor's degree in vocational education and has developed and taught medical assistant programs. 

Instructor: Education To Go, Education To Go
Location: Web
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       12/11/2021-3/18/2022

CS 101 AB
COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS I
Introduction to computer concepts to include the following areas; computer fundamentals, key applications, and living online. Basic introduction to computer hardware, computer software, and manipulating an operating system. An elementary summary of common program functions and office suites. A straightforward overview of networks, the internet, email, and social impact of networking technologies. 

Instructor: Hernandez, Julianna
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: TR   6:00PM-8:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CS 101 CV
COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS I & LAB
Introduction to computer concepts to include the following areas; computer fundamentals, key applications, and living online. Basic introduction to computer hardware, computer software, and manipulating an operating system. An elementary summary of common program functions and office suites. A straightforward overview of networks, the internet, email, and social impact of networking technologies. 

Instructor: Duley, Alanna
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   1:00PM-3:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CS 101 OA
COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS I
Introduction to computer concepts to include the following areas; computer fundamentals, key applications, and living online. Basic introduction to computer hardware, computer software, and manipulating an operating system. An elementary summary of common program functions and office suites. A straightforward overview of networks, the internet, email, and social impact of networking technologies. 

Instructor: Stephens, Nila
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   8:00AM-9:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CS 101 OA L
LAB
 

Instructor: Stephens, Nila
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: MW   10:00AM-10:20AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CS 101 OW
COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS I
Introduction to computer concepts to include the following areas; computer fundamentals, key applications, and living online. Basic introduction to computer hardware, computer software, and manipulating an operating system. An elementary summary of common program functions and office suites. A straightborward overview of networks, the internet, email, and social impact of networking technologies. 

Instructor: Stephens, Nila
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CS 101 WW
COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS I
Introduction to computer concepts to include the following areas; computer fundamentals, key applications, and living online. Basic introduction to computer hardware, computer software, and manipulating an operating system. An elementary summary of common program functions and office suites. A straightforward overview of networks, the internet, email, and social impact of networking technologies. 

Instructor: Stephens, Nila
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CS 194 OW
WEB ESSENTIALS
In this course students will learn to use, edit, secure and extend a Content Management System (CMS) for the development of a webpage. Best practices in Search Engine Management and Optimization. Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and web publishing will also be explored. Students will be introduced to the basics of web development coding as well, through a practical approach of how to modify existing code within CMS's rather than building code from scratch. The course begins with the setup of a web server and domain names, then transitions into a project lasting the entire term with continual improvements to a webpage based on student interest. There will be an emphasis on modern phot-heavy page structure and design. 

Instructor: Stephens, Nila
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CS 240 CV
SERVER OPERATING SYSTEMS 1
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Configuration prepares students to develop the skills needed to manage a Windows Server 2008 system and to prepare to pass the MCTS 70-640 certification exam. While the focus of topics is on the configuration of Active Directory and related services, coverage of Windows foundational topics such as the file system and networking are also included. Extensive coverage begins with an introduction to Windows Server 2008 and goes on to active directory design, account management, group policy management and configuration, certificate services, AD LOS, AD RMS, AD FS, server core, Windows Hyper-V virtualization, and server management. 

Instructor: Seals, Randy
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   7:30PM-9:30PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CS 240 OV
SERVER OPERATING SYSTEMS 1
Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Active Directory Configuration prepares students to develop the skills needed to manage a Windows Server 2008 system and to prepare to pass the MCTS 70-640 certification exam. While the focus of topics is on the configuration of Active Directory and related services, coverage of Windows foundational topics such as the file system and networking are also included. Extensive coverage begins with an introduction to Windows Server 2008 and goes on to active directory design, account management, group policy management and configuration, certificate services, AD LOS, AD RMS, AD FS, server core, Windows Hyper-V virtualization, and server management. 

Instructor: Seals, Randy
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   7:30PM-9:30PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CS 280 O1
COMPUTER SCIENCE COOP WK EXP
Designed to give students an opportunity to acquire actual work experience in their chosen field. An on-site supervisor will supervise and evaluate the work experience student. Instructor approval of work setting and placement is required. For each credit earned, the student will need to document 36 hours at the work site. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Stephens, Nila
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CS 280 O2
COMPUTER SCIENCE COOP WK EXP
Designed to give students an opportunity to acquire actual work experience in their chosen field. An on-site supervisor will supervise and evaluate the work experience student. Instructor approval of work setting and placement is required. For each credit earned, the student will need to document 36 hours at the work site. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Stephens, Nila
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 2.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CS 280 O3
COMPUTER SCIENCE COOP WK EXP
Designed to give students an opportunity to acquire actual work experience in their chosen field. An on-site supervisor will supervise and evaluate the work experience student. Instructor approval of work setting and placement is required. For each credit earned, the student will need to document 36 hours at the work site. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Stephens, Nila
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CSS 210 OA
FORAGE PRODUCTION
Identifies the annual feed requirements for a livestock operation and the selection and management of feed and forage crops to meet these needs. Studies grazing and harvest systems and alternatives, and plant growth characteristics in the development of practical farm and ranch programs. Lab required. Course Note: Course requires 22 hours per term, TBA with instructor. Lab hours will be made up in off campus activities 

Instructor: Ridout, Mary
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MWF   8:00AM-8:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CSS 210 OA L
LAB
 

Instructor: Ridout, Mary
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CSS 215 OA
SOIL NUTRIENTS & FERTILIZER
Addresses the 9 macronutrients and 6 micronutrients essential for plant growth. Instructs students in fertilizer selection as well interpreting soil sample analysis in making fertilizer recommendations. Prerequisites: CSS 205 

Instructor: Ridout, Mary
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MWF   9:00AM-9:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CSS 217 OA
PESTICIDE SAFETY AND USE
Presents federal and state pesticide laws and regulations, and the practices necessary for safe, effective handling and distribution of pesticides. Prepares for the "Laws and Safety Examination" for those wanting either a public or commercial license; and the "Private Applicator Examination" administered by the Oregon/Idaho State Department of Agriculture. Course Note: Lab Required 

Instructor: Ridout, Mary
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: TR      1/3/2022-3/18/2022

CSS 217 OA L
LAB
 

Instructor: Ridout, Mary
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: TR      1/3/2022-3/18/2022

DEV 001 OA
BASIC SKILLS UPGRADING
 

Instructor: Bell, Jann
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

DEV 072 S CA
LITERACY/SPANISH
 

Instructor: Garza, Dalila
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: MTWR   6:00PM-8:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

DEV 072 S MA
LITERACY/SPANISH
 

Instructor: Garza, Dalila
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: MTWR   9:00AM-12:00PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

DEV 072 S MB
LITERACY/SPANISH
 

Instructor: Garza, Dalila
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: MTWR   6:00PM-9:30PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

DEV 076 MA
ABE 1A
 

Instructor: Bell, Jann
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

DRFT 112 OA
GENERAL DRAFTING & SKETCHING WELDER
An introduction course to basic drafting, welding symbols, and print reading. Emphasis will be placed on the use of standard layout procedures, multi-view projection, and hands-on. 

Instructor: Blazzard, Justin
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   2:00PM-3:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

DRFT 112 OB
GENERAL DRAFTING & SKETCHING WELDER
An introduction course to basic drafting, welding symbols, and print reading. Emphasis will be placed on the use of standard layout procedures, multi-view projection, and hands-on. 

Instructor: Blazzard, Justin
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MWF   9:00AM-10:25AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ECON 201 OA
PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS
Introduces economics and the economy. Addresses the nature and methods of economics, the economizing problem, practical understanding of individual markets, demand and supply, and private and public economic systems. Uses practical, everyday real life, individual decisions about unlimited demands vs scarce resources. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Bell, Darin
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   10:00AM-11:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ECON 202 OA
PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS
Introduces macro (group) economics from the student perspective as both a consumer and a producer living in a society of laws and regulations. Studies the political and economic environments through the lens of national income, employment, and fiscal policy; money, banking, and monetary policy; long-run perspectives of aggregate supply/demand; economic growth; and macroeconomic debates. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Bell, Darin
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: TR   12:30PM-2:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ECON 202 OW
PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS
Introduces macro (group) economics from the student perspective as both a consumer and a producer living in a society of laws and regulations. Studies the political and economic environments through the lens of national income, employment, and fiscal policy; money, banking, and monetary policy; long-run perspectives of aggregate supply/demand; economic growth; and macroeconomic debates. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Bell, Darin
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

EDUC 106 OW
CHILD DEVELOPMENT II
Studies child growth and development from prenatal to toddlerhood. Covers issues such as attachment and separation, sensorimotor learning, infant communication, major theories, and appropriate behavioral expectations. 

Instructor: Bolyard, Suzanne
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

EDUC 140 OW
INTRO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
Introduces the field of early childhood education, including history, trends of early childhood, state and federal regulations, community resources, social services, and career opportunities. 

Instructor: Bolyard, Suzanne
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

EDUC 141 AB
CHILD DEVELOPMENT I
Introduces child development, including theories of growth and development during 0-8 years. Studies children's behaviors from a developmental perspective and implications for care giving of infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. Covers special needs of 0-8 year olds. 

Instructor: Cornia, Michele
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: W   5:30PM-8:30PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

EDUC 145 OW
GUIDANCE I-EARLY CHILDHOOD ED
Familiarize students with the principles of positive guidance for young children. 

Instructor: Bolyard, Suzanne
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

EDUC 150 OW
CURRICULUM I-EARLY CHILDHOOD ED
Introduces appropriate curriculum for young children. Focuses on creative play curriculum and the whole child approach. 

Instructor: Bolyard, Suzanne
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

EDUC 200 OA
INTRO TO EDUCATION
Surveys the American education system, emphasizing organization, professional practice, technology, governance, law, demographics, effective teaching, philosophies of education, special needs students, covert/overt curriculum, school financing, classroom responsibilities, and rights of teachers, schools, and students. Includes experiences in school teaching, classroom practices, classroom observations, teacher profiles, and professional portfolios. 

Instructor: Bolyard, Suzanne
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MTWR   11:00AM-11:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

EDUC 210 OA
THEORY & PRACTICUM
Provides school experience working with classroom teacher and students in areas of reading, outdoor activities, mathematics, language acquisition, learning theories, and use of technology in the classroom. Prerequisite: Instructor approval. Course Note: Contact instructor before registering. Course requires 33 hours per term, TBA with instructor. 

Instructor: Bolyard, Suzanne
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

EDUC 210 X2
THEORY & PRACTICUM
Provides school experience working with classroom teacher and students in areas of reading, outdoor activities, mathematics, language acquisition, learning theories, and use of technology in the classroom. Prerequisite: Instructor approval. Class Note: Requires 66 hours per term TBA with instructor 

Instructor: Bolyard, Suzanne
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 2.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

EDUC 210 X3
THEORY & PRACTICUM
Provides school experience working with classroom teacher and students in areas of reading, outdoor activities, mathematics, language acquisition, learning theories, and use of technology in the classroom. Prerequisite: Instructor approval. Course Note: Requires 99 hours per term TBA with instructor 

Instructor: Bolyard, Suzanne
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

EDUC 213 OA
SCHOOL LAW
Studies laws relevant to classroom processes, rights and responsibilities of teachers, schools, students, and families. 

Instructor: Bolyard, Suzanne
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   9:30AM-10:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

EDUC 230 OX
INTRO TO CHILD ABUSE AND NEGLECT
Explores the definition, scope, and impact of child abuse and neglect. Assessment of child neglect, risk and protective factors are also studied. Child neglect prevention and intervention also studied. 

Instructor: Bolyard, Suzanne
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

EDUC 232 OW
THERAPEUTIC INTER:CHILD OF NEGLECT
Focuses upon combining a theoretical foundation with a practical basis for creating therapeutic intervention for early childhood environments by creating a framework for understanding the emotional lives of young children of neglect. Students will learn how to aid children in integrating experience in affective ways, develop adult-child relationships, develop emotionally based curriculum, and address the needs of families of these children. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Bolyard, Suzanne
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

EDUC 242 CA
EDUCATIONAL CONCEPTS
Reviews effective teaching, history of education, education philosophies, classroom covert/overt curriculum, school financing, special needs students, classroom responsibilities, career pathways, leadership, and school law. Intended for EOU-bound students. 

Instructor: Bolyard, Suzanne
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   9:30AM-10:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

EDUC 242 OA
EDUCATIONAL CONCEPTS
Reviews effective teaching, history of education, education philosophies, classroom covert/overt curriculum, school financing, special needs students, classroom responsibilities, career pathways, leadership, and school law. Intended for EOU-bound students. 

Instructor: Bolyard, Suzanne
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   9:30AM-10:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

EDUC 246 OW
FAMILY/COMMUNITY RELATIONS-ECE
Emphasizes building and maintaining positive relationships among school, family, and community, including the use of conferences, meetings, and other resources as effective methods for fostering cooperation and parent involvement. 

Instructor: Bolyard, Suzanne
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

EMT 099 YA
ADVANCED EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECH
 

Instructor: Griggs, Larry
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: RF   6:00PM-10:00PM   2/1/2022-3/19/2022

EMT 152 OI
EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN EMT
The second part of a combined didactic and practical training course for those involved in basic pre-hospital emergency medical care and transportation of the sick and injured. This two part course of instruction meets Oregon State Health Division and the Federal Department of Transportation requirements for the EMT-Basic. On successful completion of this course, the student will be prepared to take and pass the Oregon State Health division certification examination for EMT-Basic. Lab included. Prerequisite: satisfactory completion of EMT-151 Basic Part 1 Course Note: Other class hours by arrangement. 

Instructor: Rodgers, Jeff
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 5.00
Schedule: MW   6:00PM-9:00PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

EMT 152 OO
EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN EMT
Continues EMT-Basic training. With EMT 151, combines 140 hours didactic- and 8 hours practical training in basic pre-hospital emergency medical care and transportation of the sick and injured. Meets Oregon State Health Division and the Federal Department of Transportation requirements for the EMT-Basic. Presents skills and instruction over two terms and prepares students to take and pass the Oregon State Health division certification examination for EMT Basic. Prerequisites: Successful completion of EMT151 Fall Term. Specific qualifications apply. See EMT program description in the current TVCC Catalog. Course Note: Other class hours by arrangement. 

Instructor: Rodgers, Jeff
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 5.00
Schedule: MW   6:00PM-9:00PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ENG 050 CE
ENGLISH TUTORING SESSION
Students registering for an English Composition course at TVCC are simultaneously enrolled in ENG 050 English Tutoring Sessions. This tutoring is conducted in the Writing Center by master -degreed English instructors. The Writing Center is staffed 30-40 hours a week. Students sign-in and out of the center. Attendance and activities are recorded, and a weekly report is submitted to the English Faculty. Student attendance requirements are posted on departmental syllabi. 

Instructor: Faulk, Laura
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: MTWRF      1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ENG 050 OE
ENGLISH TUTORING SESSION
Students registering for an English Composition course at TVCC are simultaneously enrolled in ENG 050 English Tutoring Sessions. This tutoring is conducted in the Writing Center by master -degreed English instructors. The Writing Center is staffed 30-40 hours a week. Students sign-in and out of the center. Attendance and activities are recorded, and a weekly report is submitted to the English Faculty. Student attendance requirements are posted on departmental syllabi. 

Instructor: Faulk, Laura
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: MTWRF      1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ENG 202 OA
INTRO TO SHAKESPEARE
Covers a cross-section of Shakespeare's major comedies with attention to his life and times, production techniques, the plays' relevance today, and literary conventions such as structure, theme, and characterization. May include Much Ado About Nothing, Twelfth Night, or other selections. Prerequisites: Pass WR 115 with a "C-" or better, or suitable placement score and pass READ 090, or suitable placement score. 

Instructor: Gill, Dennis
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   9:30AM-10:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ENG 208 OW
INTRO TO WORLD LITERATURE
Explores the development and variety of world literature from the ancient world to the present, focusing on Neoclassicism, Romanticism, and Realism. Prerequisite: Pass WR 115 witha "C-" or better, or suitable placement score. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Gill, Dennis
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ENG 254 OA
SURVEY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE
Traces the development of American literature from the age of exploration to the present. Focus: from the Civil War to 1910. Prerequisites: Pass WR 115 with a "C-" or better, or suitable placement score. 

Instructor: Wilson, Marc
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   12:00PM-1:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ESL 059 OA
LITERACY & BEGINNING LEVEL ESOL
Literacy Level: We emphasize on developing students' ability to recognize and form letters (including cursive letters) and simple sentences and to interpret and write words within the context of listening and understanding messages (job applications, flyers, warning signes, understanding bills, etc.) in English. Beginning Level: We start focusing on grammatical accuracy in speaking and writing. The instructor begins to assist students' skills of self-monitoring in the context of situations which require the use of English for communication. Prerequisits: CASAS (Reading Test) <181-200, BEST Plus (Listening & Speaking Test) <401-438 

Instructor: Pena, Daney
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: MW   6:00PM-7:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ESL 060 OA
INTERMEDIATE ENGLISH
This course is designed to develop students' English language skills at the low intermediate level, with attention to developing accuracy and fluency in communication. Students will be introduced to paragraph writing, giving speeches and presentations, as well as improving reading comprehension and vocabulary. 

Instructor: Arvin, Jessica
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: MTWR   6:00PM-7:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ESL 061 OA
ADVANCED ENGLISH
This course builds on the foundation of the previous level. It is designed to help students refine their accuracy and fluency and build effective communication skills. Students will also continue reading more complex texts as well as building speaking and oral (including persuasive) presentation skills. Students will move beyond writing at the paragraph level into longer compositions. 

Instructor: Wheeler, Charla
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: MTWR   6:00PM-7:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ETHN 101 OW
ETHNIC STUDIES
Studies American race and ethnic relations from a modern sociological perspective, including prejudice, stereotyping, discrimination, inclusion, and social justice. Focuses on early European immigration, Anglo domination, Native Americans and Asian Americans in terms of their cultural heritage, history, and current sociological issues. Covers other minority ethnic groups, and the history and current policies of immigration. 

Instructor: Kurth, Joseph
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ETHN 102 CA
ETHNIC STUDIES
Studies American race and ethnic relations from a modern sociological perspective, including prejudice, stereotyping, discrimination, inclusion, and social justice. Focuses on African-Americans, Arab and Muslim Americans, and Jewish Americans in terms of their cultural heritage, history, and current sociological issues. Covers other minority ethnic groups, and the history and current policies of immigration. 

Instructor: Kurth, Joseph
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   11:00AM-12:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ETHN 102 OA
ETHNIC STUDIES
Studies American race and ethnic relations from a modern sociological perspective, including prejudice, stereotyping, discrimination, inclusion, and social justice. Focuses on African-Americans, Arab and Muslim Americans, and Jewish Americans in terms of their cultural heritage, history, and current sociological issues. Covers other minority ethnic groups, and the history and current policies of immigration. 

Instructor: Kurth, Joseph
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   11:00AM-12:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

ETHN 102 OW
ETHNIC STUDIES
Studies American race and ethnic relations from a modern sociological perspective, including prejudice, stereotyping, discrimination, inclusion, and social justice. Focuses on African-Americans, Arab and Muslim Americans, and Jewish Americans in terms of their cultural heritage, history, and current sociological issues. Covers other minority ethnic groups, and the history and current policies of immigration. 

Instructor: Kurth, Joseph
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

FNUT 225 CA
NUTRITION
Examines the basic principles and practices which comprise the science of nutrition. Studies the effect of food and nutrient intake on the body. Examines retention of nutrients and food substances during processing, the role of digestion and absorption, and components of an adequate diet. Includes scientific research paper on therapeutic nutrition and 5 day Dietary Analysis. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Winters, Kerby
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: TR   8:00AM-9:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

FNUT 225 OA
NUTRITION
Examines the basic principles and practices which comprise the science of nutrition. Studies the effect of food and nutrient intake on the body. Examines retention of nutrients and food substances during processing, the role of digestion and absorption, and components of an adequate diet. Includes scientific research paper on therapeutic nutrition and 5 day Dietary Analysis. 

Instructor: Winters, Kerby
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: TR   8:00AM-9:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

FNUT 225 OW
NUTRITION
Examines the basic principles and practices which comprise the science of nutrition. Studies the effect of food and nutrient intake on the body. Examines retention of nutrients and food substances during processing, the role of digestion and absorption, and components of an adequate diet. Includes scientific research paper on therapeutic nutrition and 5 day Dietary Analysis. 

Instructor: Winters, Kerby
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

GEOG 101 OA
PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY
Provides an overview of physical geography, including foundations of geography; solar energy, seasons, and the atmosphere; energy and global temperatures; atmospheric and oceanic circulation; and water and weather. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Nichols, Marcus
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   10:00AM-11:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

GEOG 265 OH
GEOGRAPHIC INFO SYSTEMS (GIS) I
Introduces Geographic Information Systems (GIS) using ArcView desktop mapping software. Emphasizes the management of graphic and textual information within a single system. Uses ArcView's basic tools and object-oriented data structure to create charts, graphs, reports and layouts. 

Instructor: Carter, William
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: TR   3:30PM-7:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

GEOL 148 OW
VIOLENT EARTH
Covers basics of geoscience, with a focus on historical geology and catastrophic events, including: formation of the moon, volcanoes, earthquakes, mega-floods, mass extinctions, asteroid impacts, and life itself. Course is intended for non-science majors. 

Instructor: Castonguay, Samuel
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

GSCI 104 OW
PHYSICAL SCIENCE PHYSICS & LAB
Surveys the general principles of physics. May include mechanics, electricity, heat, light, and nuclear physics. Intended for non-science majors. Lab required. 

Instructor: Dickey, Kenneth
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

GSCI 107 OA
PHYSICAL SCIENCE ASTRONOMY & LAB
Includes solar and galactic astronomy, a study of the sun, planets, stars and galaxies, and modern discoveries in the field of astronomy. Intended for non-science majors. Lab required. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Castonguay, Samuel
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   4:00PM-6:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

GSCI 162 OA
MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY II
Presents advanced vocabulary, extending and reinforcing those terms acquired in Medical Terminology I. Prerequisite: GSCI 161 or instructor permission. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Shoemaker, Jeretta
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   2:00PM-3:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

GSCI 162 OW
MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY II
Presents advanced vocabulary, extending and reinforcing those terms acquired in Medical Terminology I. Prerequisite: GSCI 161 or instructor permission. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Shoemaker, Jeretta
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HDEV 112 CA
FRESHMAN SEMINAR
Provides information and self-evaluation in areas of goal setting, educational planning, career interest, learning styles, time management, study skills, and successful navigation of the college system (financial aid, resources, policies). 

Instructor: Forwood, Jayne
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: F   9:00AM-9:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HDEV 112 OW
FRESHMAN SEMINAR
Provides information and self-evaluation in areas of goal setting, educational planning, career interest, learning styles, time management, study skills, and successful navigation of the college system (financial aid, resources, policies). 

Instructor: Saldivar, Kilee
Location: Web
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HDEV 120 CA
COLLEGE SUCCESS
Provides student success strategies, including analyzing academic needs, developing long-term academic plans, exploring career choices, and accessing electronic and human resources on campus. Presents effective communication skills, time management, test taking, note taking, memory and study techniques, and stress management. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Borman, Greg
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   12:00PM-1:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HDEV 120 OA
COLLEGE SUCCESS
Provides student success strategies, including analyzing academic needs, developing long-term academic plans, exploring career choices, and accessing electronic and human resources on campus. Presents effective communication skills, time management, test taking, note taking, memory and study techniques, and stress management. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Crawford, Tanya
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   11:00AM-12:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HIST 102 CA
HISTORY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATIONS
Examines the major ideas, issues, events and personalities of the time. Offers different frameworks of analysis to enhance comprehension and critical thinking. Includes the Reformation, Absolutism, the Scientific and Industrial Revolutions, and the French Revolution. 

Instructor: Kurth, Joseph
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   11:00AM-12:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HIST 102 OA
HISTORY OF WESTERN CIVILIZATIONS
Examines the major ideas, issues, events and personalities of the time. Offers different frameworks of analysis to enhance comprehension and critical thinking. Includes the Reformation, Absolutism, the Scientific and Industrial Revolutions, and the French Revolution. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Kurth, Joseph
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   11:00AM-12:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HIST 201 OW
U.S. HISTORY
Examines the major ideas, issues, events, and personalities of the time. Offers different frameworks of analysis to enhance comprehension and critical thinking. Includes early migration into North America through nationhood to the eve of the Civil War. 

Instructor: Kurth, Joseph
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HIST 202 CA
U.S. HISTORY
Examines the major ideas, issues, events and personalities of the time. Offers different frameworks of analysis to enhance comprehension and critical thinking. Includes westward movement, Civil War, industrial America, and the Progressive Era. 

Instructor: Kurth, Joseph
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   2:00PM-3:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HIST 202 OA
U.S. HISTORY
Examines the major ideas, issues, events and personalities of the time. Offers different frameworks of analysis to enhance comprehension and critical thinking. Includes westward movement, Civil War, industrial America, and the Progressive Era. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Kurth, Joseph
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   2:00PM-3:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 053 OA
YOGA
 

Instructor: Havlina, Susan
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: TR   4:00PM-5:30PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 053 OB
YOGA-BARRE
 

Instructor: Dominick, Tara
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: MW   4:00PM-5:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 090 1 OA
HSFA CPR AED ADULT CHILD INFANT
 

Instructor: Dillon, Cindy
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: S   8:30AM-4:30PM   1/15/2022-1/15/2022

HPE 090 1 OB
HSFA CPR AED ADULT CHILD INFANT
 

Instructor: Staff
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: S   8:30AM-4:30PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 090 1 OC
HSFA CPR AED ADULT CHILD INFANT
 

Instructor: Staff
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: S   8:30AM-4:30PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 090 7 OA
BASIC LIFE SUPPORT
The BLS Course trains participants to promptly recognize several life-threatening emergencies, give high-quality chest compressions, deliver appropriate ventilations and provide early use of an AED. In the Instructor-led course, students participate in simulated clinical scenarios and learning stations. Students work with an AHA BLS Instructor to complete BLS skills practice and skills testing. Students also complete a written exam. 

Instructor: Dillon, Cindy
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: F   8:30AM-12:00PM   1/8/2022-1/8/2022

HPE 100 OA
YOGA
Incorporates a dynamic series of poses performed at a gentle pace. Covers basic yoga philosophy, asanas, pranayama, meditation and relaxation for a better health and wellness. Recommended beginner students who are not ready for a more active yoga. 

Instructor: Havlina, Susan
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: TR   4:00PM-5:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 101 OB
YOGA-BARRE
Barre is a mixture of modern postural alignment theory, core activation, glute strengthening movements, leg and arm strengthening movements. You use your body weight to churn out rep after rep of muscle-burning moves. The yoga in this course will mainly be a vinyasa flow, which focuses the movement with the breath, a constant movement that allows you to build up heat as you flow. Includes intermediate yoga exercises for increased flexibility, improved health, relaxation, and reduced stress in daily living. 

Instructor: Dominick, Tara
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: MW   4:00PM-5:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 120 OA
FIRST AID & CPR
Teaches the proper techniques in administering CPR and rescue breathing on an adult, child and infant and the use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) on an adult and child victim. Presents the proper techniques for clearing an obstructed airway on both a conscious and unconscious victim of any age, and the proper first aid procedures to control bleeding, treat for shock, bandage wounds, splint broken bones and numerous other emergency care techniques. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Crawford, Tanya
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 2.00
Schedule: MW   10:00AM-10:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 121 OA
BEGINNING WEIGHT TRAINING
Stresses the proper guidelines, principles, and techniques of weight lifting and the development of muscular strength and endurance. Introduces the development of individual weight training programs which allow for body and strength differences, including weight training etiquette and safety. Introduces evaluation techniques for muscular endurance and strength. 

Instructor: Crawford, Tanya
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: MWF   9:00AM-9:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 122 OA
INDEPENDENT/ADV WEIGHT TRAINING
Development of muscular strength, endurance and power at an advanced level. Continues and reinforces beginning weight training concepts. The students will be held accountable for independent lifting by turning in a work-out log designated by the instructor. Recommended: Beginning Weight Training or equivalent 

Instructor: Heleker, Mark
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: TR   10:00AM-11:20AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 180 B OA
ADVANCED BASKETBALL (WOMEN)
Advanced training in the sport of basketball. Team concepts for basketball will be taught that include strategy for competition, drill work associated with player development, and mental preparation. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Helmick, Riley
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: MTW   4:00PM-4:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 180 BC OA
BASKETBALL CONDITIONING (WOMEN)
Advanced conditioning in the sport of basketball. Conditioning basketball athletes to train the aerobic and anaerobic systems for the enhancement of player performance. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Helmick, Riley
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: MTW   5:00PM-5:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 180 C OA
ADVANCED CROSS COUNTRY (WOMEN)
Advanced training in the sport of cross country. Team concepts for cross country will be taught that include strategy for competition, drill work associated with player development, and mental preparation. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Guerra, Blas
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: MTW   5:00PM-5:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 180 CC OA
CROSS COUNTRY CONDITIONING (WOMEN)
Advanced conditioning in the sport of cross country. Conditioning cross country athletes to train the aerobic and anaerobic systems for the enhancement of player performance. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Guerra, Blas
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: MTW   6:00PM-6:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 180 D OA
ADVANCED SOFTBALL (WOMEN)
Advanced training in the sport of softball. Team concepts for softball will be taught that include strategy for competition, drill work associated with player development, and mental preparation. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Ogawa, Gordon
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: MTW   3:30PM-4:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 180 DC OA
SOFTBALL CONDITIONING (WOMEN)
Advanced conditioning in the sport of softball. Conditioning softball athletes to train the aerobic and anaerobic systems for the enhancement of player performance. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Ogawa, Gordon
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: MTW   4:30PM-5:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 180 F OA
ADVANCED TRACK & FIELD (WOMEN)
Advanced training in the sport of track and field. Team concepts for track and field will be taught that include strategy for competition, drill work associated with player development, and mental preparation. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Guerra, Blas
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: MTW   5:00PM-5:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 180 FC OA
TRACK & FIELD CONDITIONING (WOMEN)
Advanced conditioning in the sport of track and field. Conditioning track and field athletes to train the aerobic and anaerobic systems for the enhancement of player performance. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Guerra, Blas
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: MTW   6:00PM-6:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 180 R OA
ADVANCED RODEO (WOMEN)
Advanced training in the sport of rodeo. Team concepts for rodeo will be taught that include strategy for competition, drill work associated with player development, and mental preparation. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Pearson, Drew
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: MW   5:00PM-6:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 180 RC OX
RODEO CONDITIONING (WOMEN)
Advanced conditioning in the sport of rodeo. Conditioning rodeo athletes to train the aerobic and anaerobic systems for the enhancement of player performance. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Pearson, Drew
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: MTW      1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 180 S OA
ADVANCED SOCCER (WOMEN)
Advanced training in the sport of soccer. Team concepts for soccer will be taught that include strategy for competition, drill work associated with player development, and mental preparation. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Phillips, Mark
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: TWR   7:00PM-7:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 180 SC OA
SOCCER CONDITIONING (WOMEN)
Advanced conditioning in the sport of soccer. Conditioning soccer athletes to train the aerobic and anaerobic systems for the enhancement of player performance. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Phillips, Mark
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: TWR   8:00PM-8:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 180 T OA
ADVANCED TENNIS (WOMEN)
Advanced training in the sport of tennis. Team concepts for tennis will be taught that include strategy for competition, drill work associated with player development, and mental preparation. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Heleker, Mark
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: MTW   4:00PM-4:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 180 TC OA
TENNIS CONDITIONING (WOMEN)
Advanced conditioning in the sport of tennis. Conditioning tennis athletes to train the aerobic and anaerobic systems for the enhancement of player performance. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Heleker, Mark
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: MTW   5:00PM-5:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 180 V OA
ADVANCED VOLLEYBALL (WOMEN)
Advanced training in the sport of volleyball. Team concepts for volleyball will be taught that include strategy for competition, drill work associated with player development, and mental preparation. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Engelson, Rylie
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: MTW   7:00PM-7:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 180 VC OA
VOLLEYBALL CONDITIONING (WOMEN)
Advanced conditioning in the sport of volleyball. Conditioning volleyball athletes to train the aerobic and anaerobic systems for the enhancement of player performance. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Engelson, Rylie
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: MTW   6:00PM-6:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 185 OA
SPINNING
Provides instruction and physical exercise and conditioning around a specific activity or sport. Features courses in basketball, aerobic activities, jogging, weight training, yoga, golf, swimming, tennis, and seasonal activity classes. 

Instructor: Dominick, Tara
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: MWF   12:00PM-12:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 185 OB
BADMINTON/PICKLEBALL
Provides instruction and physical exercise and conditioning around a specific activity or sport. Features courses in basketball, aerobic activities, jogging, weight training, yoga, golf, swimming, tennis, and seasonal activity classes. 

Instructor: Crawford, Tanya
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: TR   12:30PM-1:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 185 D OA
CARDIO & STRENGTH TRAINING
Provides instruction and physical exercise and conditioning around a specific activity or sport. Features courses in basketball, aerobic activities, jogging, weight training, yoga, golf, swimming, tennis, and seasonal activity classes. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Crawford, Tanya
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: MWF   8:00AM-8:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 190 B OA
ADVANCED BASKETBALL (MEN)
Advanced training in the sport of basketball. Team concepts for basketball will be taught that include strategy for competition, drill work associated with player development, and mental preparation. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Helmick, Riley
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: MTW   2:00PM-2:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 190 BC OA
BASKETBALL CONDITIONING (MEN)
Advanced conditioning in the sport of basketball. Conditioning basketball athletes to train the aerobic and anerobic systems for the enhancement of player performance. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Helmick, Riley
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: MTW   3:00PM-3:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 190 C OA
ADVANCED CROSS COUNTRY (MEN)
Advanced training in the sport of cross country. Team concepts for cross country will be taught that include strategy for competition, drill work associated with player development, and mental preparation. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Guerra, Blas
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: MTW   5:00PM-5:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 190 CC OA
CROSS COUNTRY CONDITIONING (MEN)
Advanced conditioning in the sport of cross country. Conditioning cross country athletes to train the aerobic and anaerobic systems for the enhancement of player performance. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Guerra, Blas
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: MTW   6:00PM-6:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 190 D OA
ADVANCED BASEBALL (MEN)
Advanced training in the sport of baseball. Team concepts for baseball will be taught that include strategy for competition, drill work associated with player development, and mental preparation. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Farrington, Johnathan
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: MTW   3:00PM-3:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 190 DC OA
BASEBALL CONDITIONING (MEN)
Advanced conditioning in the sport of baseball. Conditioning baseball athletes to train the aerobic and anaerobic systems for the enhancement of player performance. 

Instructor: Farrington, Johnathan
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: MTW   4:00PM-4:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 190 F OA
ADVANCED TRACK & FIELD (MEN)
Advanced training in the sport of track and field. Team concepts for track and field will be taught that include strategy for competition, drill work associated with player development, and mental preparation. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Guerra, Blas
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: MTW   5:00PM-5:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 190 FC OA
TRACK & FIELD CONDITIONING (MEN)
Advanced conditioning in the sport of track and field. conditioning track and field athletes to train the aerobic and anaerobic systems for the enhancement of player performance. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Guerra, Blas
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: MTW   6:00PM-6:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 190 R OA
ADVANCED RODEO (MEN)
Advanced training in the sport of rodeo. Team concepts for rodeo will be taught that include strategy for competition, drill work associated with player development, and mental preparation. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Pearson, Drew
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: MW   5:00PM-6:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 190 RC OX
RODEO CONDITIONING (MEN)
Advanced conditioning in the sport of rodeo. Conditioning rodeo athletes to train the aerobic and anaerobic systems for the enhancement of player performance. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Pearson, Drew
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 190 S OA
ADVANCED SOCCER (MEN)
Advanced training in the sport of soccer. Team concepts for soccer will be taught that include strategy for competition, drill work associated player development, and mental preparation. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Phillips, Mark
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: TWR   7:00PM-7:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 190 SC OA
SOCCER CONDITIONING (MEN)
Advanced conditioning in the sport of soccer. Conditioning soccer athletes to train the aerobic and anaerobic systems for the enhancement of player performance. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Phillips, Mark
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: TWR   8:00PM-8:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 190 T OA
ADVANCED TENNIS (MEN)
Advanced training in the sport of tennis. Team concepts for tennis will be taught that include strategy for competition, drill work associated with player development, and mental preparation. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Heleker, Mark
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: MTW   4:00PM-4:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 190 TC OA
TENNIS CONDITIONING (MEN)
Advanced conditioning in the sport of tennis. Conditioning tennis athletes to train the aerobic and anaerobic systems for the enhancement of player performance. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Heleker, Mark
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: MTW   5:00PM-5:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 231 OW
LIFETIME FITNESS
This class explores fitness, nutrition, stress management, healthy literacy, and behavior change to maximize personal wellness by making good choices in regards to wellness. Related topics covered include muscular strength and endurance, writing an exercise plan, analyzing personal diet, and stress management techniques. The class will include a behavior change project, personal fitness plan, nutrition analysis and specific techniques to manage stress to improve overall quality of life. 

Instructor: Crawford, Tanya
Location: Web
Credits: 2.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 295 CA
HEALTH & FITNESS FOR LIFE
Explores wellness concepts and emphasizes how to maximize health by making informed choices in regards to total wellness, fitness, nutrition and other lifestyle changes. Covers muscle strength and endurance, cardiovascular issues, lifestyle related diseases and their risk factors, and prevention methods. 

Instructor: West, Tamera
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: M   6:00PM-8:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 295 OA
HEALTH & FITNESS FOR LIFE
Explores wellness concepts and emphasizes how to maximize health by making informed choices in regards to total wellness, fitness, nutrition and other lifestyle changes. Covers muscle strength and endurance, cardiovascular issues, lifestyle related diseases and their risk factors, and prevention methods. 

Instructor: Crawford, Tanya
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   12:30PM-1:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 295 OB
HEALTH & FITNESS FOR LIFE
Explores wellness concepts and emphasizes how to maximize health by making informed choices in regards to total wellness, fitness, nutrition and other lifestyle changes. Covers muscle strength and endurance, cardiovascular issues, lifestyle related diseases and their risk factors, and prevention methods. 

Instructor: Crawford, Tanya
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   11:00AM-12:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPE 295 OW
HEALTH & FITNESS FOR LIFE
Explores wellness concepts and emphasizes how to maximize health by making informed choices in regards to total wellness, fitness, nutrition and other lifestyle changes. Covers muscle strength and endurance, cardiovascular issues, lifestyle related diseases and their risk factors, and prevention methods. 

Instructor: Crawford, Tanya
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPRD 102 OA
ROUGH STOCK II
Continues skill acquisition of Rough Stock I, emphasizing sharpening skills, improving techniques and preparing for competition. 

Instructor: Pearson, Drew
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   5:00PM-8:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HPRD 105 OA
TIMED EVENTS II
A continuation of Timed Events I with emphasis on preparation for competition. 

Instructor: Pearson, Drew
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   5:00PM-8:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HSER 120 CA
PEER RECOVERY COACHING
This course provides a comprehensive overview of the purpose, tasks, roles, and responsibilities of Recovery Coaches. A Recovery Coach's goal is to serve as a personal guide and mentor for people seeking recovery from addictions and help to remove obstacles and barriers to recovery. Recovery Coaching is not a clinical service. Rather, it is a new and exciting role in the field of substance use disorders. Students will learn to use their lived experience to support the recovery process of others. Additionally, the course provides instruction in the multiple paths toward recovery including how to navigate systems, events, and exploration of the recovery community. 

Instructor: Wilcox, Claudia
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   2:00PM-3:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HSER 120 CV
PEER RECOVERY COACHING
This course provides a comprehensive overview of the purpose, tasks, roles, and responsibilities of Recovery Coaches. A Recovery Coach's goal is to serve as a personal guide and mentor for people seeking recovery from addictions and help to remove obstacles and barriers to recovery. Recovery Coaching is not a clinical service. Rather, it is a new and exciting role in the field of substance use disorders. Students will learn to use their lived experience to support the recovery process of others. Additionally, the course provides instruction in the multiple paths toward recovery including how to navigate systems, events, and exploration of the recovery community. 

Instructor: Wilcox, Claudia
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   2:00PM-3:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HSER 120 OA
PEER RECOVERY COACHING
This course provides a comprehensive overview of the purpose, tasks, roles, and responsibilities of Recovery Coaches. A Recovery Coach's goal is to serve as a personal guide and mentor for people seeking recovery from addictions and help to remove obstacles and barriers to recovery. Recovery Coaching is not a clinical service. Rather, it is a new and exciting role in the field of substance use disorders. Students will learn to use their lived experience to support the recovery process of others. Additionally, the course provides instruction in the multiple paths toward recovery including how to navigate systems, events, and exploration of the recovery community. 

Instructor: Wilcox, Claudia
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   2:00PM-3:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HSER 202 OW
COUNSELING TECHNIQUES I
Introduces a variety of techniques used in group and individual counseling practices, emphasizing those relevant to addictions treatment. Explores cultural diversity, self-awareness in one's personal and professional life, and clients with disabilities. Discusses establishing a helping relationship with the client, professional responsibilities, adapting counseling strategies to individual characteristics of the client, and crisis management skills. Prerequisites: HSER 101 and HSER 102 or 200, with a grade of C- or better. 

Instructor: Hall, Jade
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HSER 226 OW
ETHICS FOR ADDICTIONS COUNSELING
Provides information on personal and professional ethics that apply to addictions counselors. Discusses personal issues and values, client rights, confidentiality, when to report abuse, self-care, sexual dilemmas, cultural diversities and standards, dual relationships and professional code of ethics. Prerequisites: HSER 101 or HSER 102, or HSER 200 

Instructor: Hall, Jade
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HSER 228 CA
SCREENING & ASSESSMENT
Surveys the process of obtaining and interpreting client information to determine substance abuse and substance dependence issues. Investigates how to utilize collateral information to determine client characteristics and needs, courses of action and available resources with the client's community. Presents the importance of gathering and interpreting information necessary for treatment planning and evaluating the progress of clients. Prerequisites: HSER 101 and 102, or 200 with a grade of C- or better. Course Note: Meets every other Friday. Will need to meet1 additional day to make up required credit. 

Instructor: Fulmore, John
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: F   1:00PM-6:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HSER 228 OW
SCREENING & ASSESSMENT
Surveys the process of obtaining and interpreting client information to determine substance abuse and substance dependence issues. Investigates how to utilize collateral information to determine client characteristics and needs, courses of action and available resources with the client's community. Presents the importance of gathering and interpreting information necessary for treatment planning and evaluating the progress of clients. Prerequisites: HSER 101 and 102, or 200 with a grade of C- or better. 

Instructor: Hall, Jade
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HSER 250 OW
INTRO TO MEDITATION, MINDFUL/STRESS
This course explores various meditation, body awareness, and yoga techniques. Learning takes place through practice and study of how your body handles (and can resolve) stress neurologically. The skills developed in this course can increase the ability to cope with stress, pain, and the challenges of everyday life. Students will learn to deal with disturbing events with grace and composure and to become more aware and fully present and alive in the moment. A growing body of research points to the benefits of mindfulness and meditation for mental and physical health. Although these terms are closely related, they are not identical. Mindfulness practice is one of many approaches to meditation; and mindfulness is applicable not just to meditation techniques but to a wide variety of daily life activities as well. These techniques assist us to combating negativity bias: triggers for the fight or flight stress response. By using meditation, mindfulness, and other techniques, and by learning more about how to manage our stress responses, we increase our well-being and life satisfaction. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Breidinger, Jessica
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HSER 280 O1
ADDICTION STUDIES COOP WK EXP
Designed to give students an opportunity to acquire work experience in their chosen field. An on-site supervisor will supervise and evaluate the work experience student. Instructor approval of work setting and placement is required. For each credit earned, the student will need to document 36 hours at the work site. Prerequisites: HSER 101, HSER 102, HSER 200, or be working in the field now, or have a degree in Social Work and getting additional credentials. 

Instructor: Wilcox, Claudia
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HSER 280 O2
ADDICTION STUDIES COOP WK EXP
Designed to give students an opportunity to acquire work experience in their chosen field. An on-site supervisor will supervise and evaluate the work experience student. Instructor approval of work setting and placement is required. For each credit earned, the student will need to document 36 hours at the work site. Prerequisites: HSER 101, HSER 102, HSER 200, or be working in the field now, or have a degree in Social Work and getting additional credentials. 

Instructor: Wilcox, Claudia
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 2.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

HSER 280 O3
ADDICTION STUDIES COOP WK EXP
Designed to give students an opportunity to acquire work experience in their chosen field. An on-site supervisor will supervise and evaluate the work experience student. Instructor approval of work setting and placement is required. For each credit earned, the student will need to document 36 hours at the work site. Prerequisites: HSER 101, HSER 102, HSER 200, or be working in the field now, or have a degree in Social Work and getting additional credentials. 

Instructor: Wilcox, Claudia
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

INED 090 OA
FLAGGER CERTIFICATION
This 5-hour course provides the necessary classroom hours and written examination required in qualifying for basic certification to work roadside flagging projects. Upon successfully passing the examination, a card will be issued to you with the necessary certification to work roadside flagging projects. The card is recognized in Oregon, Idaho, Washington, and Montana. Certification cards are valid for three years. TVCC does not guarantee job placement or handle a list of prospective employers. Classes fill rapidly. To register, download a registration form at https://webtools.tvcc.cc/file_manager/download.cfm?file=4044 and email to cbwcl@tvcc.cc. Or you can return the form to our offices in the Albertsons Building. Questions? Call (541)881-5755 or email cbwcl@tvcc.cc 

Instructor: Radabaugh, Keith
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: M   9:00AM-3:00PM   2/28/2022-2/28/2022

INED 090 OB
FLAGGER CERTIFICATION
Course designed to upgrade the skills of workers currently employed in occupations or industries. 

Instructor: Radabaugh, Keith
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: M   9:00AM-3:00PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

INED 101 CH
INTRO TO BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING
This course introduces to the student how to critically think regarding how to determine and fix problems with various machines, equipment and mechanical/electrical systems. Those machines, equipment and systems include, AC and DC electric motors, chain and belt drives, and building systems such as solar and HVAC equipment and electrical issues. Students are introduced to the use of basic troubleshooting diagnostic tools and learn the importance of preventing problems before they occur. Students gain practical troubleshooting experience by using critical thinking skills and diagnostic tools to detect and repair various problems on different machines and systems. 

Instructor: Blazzard, Justin
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   2:00PM-3:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

INED 101 OA
INTRO TO BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING
This course introduces to the student how to critically think regarding how to determine and fix problems with various machines, equipment and mechanical/electrical systems. Those machines, equipment and systems include, AC and DC electric motors, chain and belt drives, and building systems such as solar and HVAC equipment and electrical issues. Students are introduced to the use of basic troubleshooting diagnostic tools and learn the importance of preventing problems before they occur. Students gain practical troubleshooting experience by using critical thinking skills and diagnostic tools to detect and repair various problems on different machines and systems. 

Instructor: Blazzard, Justin
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   9:00AM-10:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

INED 101 OH
INTRO TO BASIC TROUBLESHOOTING
This course introduces to the student how to critically think regarding how to determine and fix problems with various machines, equipment and mechanical/electrical systems. Those machines, equipment and systems include, AC and DC electric motors, chain and belt drives, and building systems such as solar and HVAC equipment and electrical issues. Students are introduced to the use of basic troubleshooting diagnostic tools and learn the importance of preventing problems before they occur. Students gain practical troubleshooting experience by using critical thinking skills and diagnostic tools to detect and repair various problems on different machines and systems. 

Instructor: Blazzard, Justin
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   2:00PM-3:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

INED 107 CH
ELECT SYSTEM TROUBLESHOOTING II
This course covers the theory and application of magnetism, electromagnetism, the generation of elecomotive force, AC and DC motor principles, transformer theory, types and applications. Students are introduced to electrical troubleshooting methods and procedures to solve process problems. Analyzing motor control schematics and using advanced digital multi meters are stressed. Emphasis is on prevention and correction of energy wasting problems. Prerequisites: INED 104 

Instructor: Blazzard, Justin
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   12:00PM-1:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

INED 107 OH
ELECT SYSTEM TROUBLESHOOTING II
This course covers the theory and application of magnetism, electromagnetism, the generation of elecomotive force, AC and DC motor principles, transformer theory, types and applications. Students are introduced to electrical troubleshooting methods and procedures to solve process problems. Analyzing motor control schematics and using advanced digital multi meters are stressed. Emphasis is on prevention and correction of energy wasting problems. Prerequisites: INED 104 

Instructor: Blazzard, Justin
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   12:00PM-1:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

INED 108 OA
PRINCIPLES OF TECHNOLOGY
Focuses on applying physical concepts and formulae to technology found in the industrial workplace. Students will develop and strengthen critical thinking and problem solving skills required to function and excel in rapidly changing and increasingly complex workplace environments. Lab experiments are intended to reinforce and enhance the scientific principles discussed in class as well as providing an opportunity to learn to work effectively in groups. The impact of technology on energy efficiency in the workplace is studied. 

Instructor: Blazzard, Justin
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   5:00PM-6:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

INED 114 OH
BASIC PNEUMATICS
Provides instruction in the fundamental principles of pneumatic systems. Investigates the basic components of pneumatic systems such as pumps, valves, cylinders, and motors. 

Instructor: Blazzard, Justin
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   4:00PM-5:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

INED 115 OA
PROCESS CONTROL & INSTRUMENTATION
Provides an introduction to process control and instrumentation. Students will develop a working production line that includes sensors, pneumatics, PLCs, and motor controls. Energy efficiency and maintenance, troubleshooting, and repair of control systems is emphasized. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Blazzard, Justin
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   11:00AM-12:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

INED 156 CA
EMPLOYMENT STRATEGIES
Prepares students to create a resume and cover letter, research internet job sources and job search techniques, prepare a portfolio of work examples, and contact potential employers. Provides practical experience through "mock interviews". Discusses appropriate dress for interviews. Includes different work place personality types and conflict resolution. 

Instructor: Forwood, Jayne
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: TR   5:30PM-6:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

INED 157 OA
EMPLOYMENT STRATEGIES
This course prepares students to create a resume and cover letter, research internet job sources and job search techniques, prepare portfolio of work examples and contact potential employers. Provides practical experience through mock interviews -via a variety of methods. discusses appropriate preparation for interviews- including: phone interviews, skype interviews, appropriate dress, portfolio building. Includes strength based career seeking and working with varied personalities in the work place. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Nichols, Marcus
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 2.00
Schedule: R   2:00PM-3:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

INED 280 O1
INDUSTRIAL ED COOP WK EXP
Offers an opportunity to acquire actual work experience in their chosen field. An on-site supervisor will supervise and evaluate the work experience student. Instructor approval of work setting and placement is required. For each credit earned, the student will need to document 36 hours at the work site. 

Instructor: Blazzard, Justin
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

INED 280 O2
INDUSTRIAL ED COOP WK EXP
Offers an opportunity to acquire actual work experience in their chosen field. An on-site supervisor will supervise and evaluate the work experience student. Instructor approval of work setting and placement is required. For each credit earned, the student will need to document 36 hours at the work site. 

Instructor: Blazzard, Justin
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 2.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

INED 280 O3
INDUSTRIAL ED COOP WK EXP
Offers an opportunity to acquire actual work experience in their chosen field. An on-site supervisor will supervise and evaluate the work experience student. Instructor approval of work setting and placement is required. For each credit earned, the student will need to document 36 hours at the work site. 

Instructor: Blazzard, Justin
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

INED 280 O4
INDUSTRIAL ED COOP WK EXP
Offers an opportunity to acquire actual work experience in their chosen field. An on-site supervisor will supervise and evaluate the work experience student. Instructor approval of work setting and placement is required. For each credit earned, the student will need to document 36 hours at the work site. 

Instructor: Blazzard, Justin
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

INED 280 O5
INDUSTRIAL ED COOP WK EXP
Offers an opportunity to acquire actual work experience in their chosen field. An on-site supervisor will supervise and evaluate the work experience student. Instructor approval of work setting and placement is required. For each credit earned, the student will need to document 36 hours at the work site. 

Instructor: Blazzard, Justin
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 5.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

INED 280 O6
INDUSTRIAL ED COOP WK EXP
Offers an opportunity to acquire actual work experience in their chosen field. An on-site supervisor will supervise and evaluate the work experience student. Instructor approval of work setting and placement is required. For each credit earned, the student will need to document 36 hours at the work site. 

Instructor: Blazzard, Justin
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 6.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

INED 280 OA
INDUSTRIAL COOP WORK EXP
Applies actual work experience in a related Career & Technical field. An on-site supervisor evaluates and supervises the work experience student. Requires instructor approval of work setting and placement. Documentation of 36 worksite hours for each credit earned. 

Instructor: Pearson, Drew
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

INED 280 OB
INDUSTRIAL COOP WORK EXP
Applies actual work experience in a related Career & Technical field. An on-site supervisor evaluates and supervises the work experience student. Requires instructor approval of work setting and placement. Documentation of 36 worksite hours for each credit earned. 

Instructor: Pearson, Drew
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 2.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

INED 280 OC
INDUSTRIAL COOP WORK EXP
Applies actual work experience in a related Career & Technical field. An on-site supervisor evaluates and supervises the work experience student. Requires instructor approval of work setting and placement. Documentation of 36 worksite hours for each credit earned. 

Instructor: Pearson, Drew
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

INED 280 OD
INDUSTRIAL COOP WORK EXP
Applies actual work experience in a related Career & Technical field. An on-site supervisor evaluates and supervises the work experience student. Requires instructor approval of work setting and placement. Documentation of 36 worksite hours for each credit earned. 

Instructor: Pearson, Drew
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

INED 280 OF
INDUSTRIAL COOP WORK EXP
Applies actual work experience in a related Career & Technical field. An on-site supervisor evaluates and supervises the work experience student. Requires instructor approval of work setting and placement. Documentation of 36 worksite hours for each credit earned. 

Instructor: Pearson, Drew
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 6.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

LIB 101 OA
INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH
This course teaches students an understanding of both the research process as well as essential research skills. Students will learn how to identify and narrow research topics, plan and carry out research, identify credible sources, and utilize appropriate citation methods. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Dominick, Tara
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: MW   2:00PM-3:20PM   1/3/2022-1/26/2022

LIB 101 OW
INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH
This course teaches students an understanding of both the research process as well as essential research skills. Students will learn how to identify and narrow research topics, plan and carry out research, identify credible sources, and utilize appropriate citation methods. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Dominick, Tara
Location: Web
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MA 112 OW
INTRO TO MEDICAL ASSISTING
Focuses on administrative skills performed by the Medical Assistant in the ambulatory care setting. The course provides an introduction to the medical assistant profession, examines medical law and ethics, principles of confidentiality and medical office function. Introduces the medical assisting students to learn practical applications of billing medical insurance both manually and electronically. The course is designed to instruct the student in all phases of the administrative medical assistant. 

Instructor: Saldivar, Kilee
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MA 115 OH
PHLEBOTOMY
Focus of this course is to demonstrate appropriate blood specimen procurement techniques using vacutainer, syringe, 'winged infusion'/butterfly with syringe and capillary puncture methods. Other specifics of the blood specimen testing requirements, such as collection into the correct evacuated tube (additive), specimen handling procedures, and collection documentation are also covered; while assuring safe, confidential and professional environment for the patient, and as the phlebotomy technician. Practical experience which will include a minimum of 30 successful venipunctures and 10 successful capillary sticks. Required: Students must be admitted into the current MA cohort, or instructor consent. Prerequisites: MA 112, MA 117 with a grade of C+ or better. Co-requisite: MA 116 

Instructor: Saldivar, Kilee
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 2.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MA 116 OH
INTRODUCTION TO MEDICATIONS
Introduces the medical assisting students to pharmacology and medication administration, including review of basic mathematical equations and medications calculations. It is designed to give students the fundamentals of medications and the administration of medications essential to the practice of medical assisting. Prerequisites: MA 112, MA 117 and MATH 60 with a grade of C+ or better. Co-requisite: MA 115 

Instructor: Saldivar, Kilee
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: S      1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MA 117 OH
CLINICAL PROCEDURES
This course is designed to instill a basic understanding of simple, common laboratory terminology and procedures used in a general medical office laboratory to aid the physician in the diagnosis of disease. Laboratory safety, the prevention of blood born disease transmission and scope of practice will be emphasized. Required: Instructor consent Enrolled in Medical Assistant program. Prerequisites: BIOL121 with a grade of C+ or better 

Instructor: Saldivar, Kilee
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: S   8:00AM-5:00PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MA 118 OH
MEDICAL ASSISTANT EXTERNSHIP
Under supervision within the ambulatory care setting, the student will apply both administrative and clinical knowledge and practices as attained within the Medical Assisting course curriculum. Required: Instructor consent. Student must complete and pass all required curriculum, pass criminal history back ground check and urine drug/alcohol screen in order to be placed in a practicum site. Prerequisites: Completion of all MA course work, co-requisite MA 119. 

Instructor: Saldivar, Kilee
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 5.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MA 119 OH
EXTERNSHIP SEMINAR
Reflection on Medical Assistant's externship experiences. The student will discuss thoughts, experiences, and feelings about their work in the healthcare environment. This class will also serve as an opportunity to review information before the student undergoes testing for Certification. Co-requisite: MA 118 Prerequisites: Completion of all MA coursework. 

Instructor: Saldivar, Kilee
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MATH 020 OA
BASIC MATHEMATICS II
Reviews basic math up to algebra, equipping the student with everyday math skills, and preparing for success in later math courses. Prerequisite: Pass MATH 10, or suitable placement score. 

Instructor: Wiensz, Kenneth
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: TR   10:00AM-11:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MATH 020 H OM
MATH TUTORING SESSION
Math 020 OH is a math tutoring center where math students come to get help in math. Historically, this has improved our success rates in our math classes. We have student tutors who work for the math dept. Students come into the math tutoring center and we register them into the system with an add form. We have a time clock system that the students use to check in and out so we are able to keep track of the amount of hours students use the center. The student tutors are supervised by the math tutoring center supervisor. We help the math students who request help in all our math classes. We help the student understand the math concepts that their instructors have assigned including electronic homework assignments and technologies. We help the students gain communication and critical thinking skills. This environment allows the students the ability to network other math students. 

Instructor: Wiensz, Kenneth
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: MTWRF      1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MATH 025 OA
PREALGEBRA
Extends the study of fractions, decimals, ratio/proportion/percent, measurement, and integers in an algebra setting. Covers algebraic expressions and equations, and introduces graphing. Bridges the gap between the concrete operations of arithmetic and the abstract concepts of algebra for students needing additional preparation in order to succeed in the algebra sequence. Prerequisite: Pass MATH 20, or suitable placement score. 

Instructor: Enright, Debra
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: TR   10:00AM-11:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MATH 051 CA
MATH JAM
This lecture/lab course focuses on curriculum from the Accuplacer web site. Students after Math Jam retake the placement exam. The goal of this retaking of the Math placement exam is to be able to advance one or more math classes in the math sequence. Prerequisite: Have taken the placement exam and want to improve course placement. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Borman, Greg
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: MTWRF   3:00PM-5:00PM   1/31/2022-2/4/2022

MATH 051 OA
MATH JAM
This lecture/lab course focuses on curriculum from the Accuplacer web site. Students after Math Jam retake the placement exam. The goal of this retaking of the Math placement exam is to be able to advance one or more math classes in the math sequence. Prerequisite: Have taken the placement exam and want to improve course placement. 

Instructor: Weber, Renae
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: WR   3:00PM-5:50PM   2/9/2022-2/10/2022

MATH 060 CA
BEGINNING ALGEBRA I
No familiarity with Algebra is assumed, presents Introductory Algebra, critical thinking, and problem solving techniques. Includes operations with real numbers, unit analysis, proportional reasoning, solving linear equations and inequalities (systems of linear equations), introduction to graphing (graphing calculator), concepts of function, Prerequisite: Pass MATH 25 with a "C-" or better, or suitable placement score. 

Instructor: Dudman, Robert
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 5.00
Schedule: TR   12:00PM-2:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MATH 060 OA
BEGINNING ALGEBRA I
No familiarity with Algebra is assumed, presents Introductory Algebra, critical thinking, and problem solving techniques. Includes operations with real numbers, unit analysis, proportional reasoning, solving linear equations and inequalities (systems of linear equations), introduction to graphing (graphing calculator), concepts of function, Prerequisite: Pass MATH 25 with a "C-" or better, or suitable placement score. 

Instructor: Nauman, Julie
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 5.00
Schedule: MW   12:00PM-2:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MATH 060 OB
BEGINNING ALGEBRA I
No familiarity with Algebra is assumed, presents Introductory Algebra, critical thinking, and problem solving techniques. Includes operations with real numbers, unit analysis, proportional reasoning, solving linear equations and inequalities (systems of linear equations), introduction to graphing (graphing calculator), concepts of function, Prerequisite: Pass MATH 25 with a "C-" or better, or suitable placement score. 

Instructor: Thayer, Kathleen
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 5.00
Schedule: TR   12:00PM-2:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MATH 060 OW
BEGINNING ALGEBRA I
No familiarity with Algebra is assumed, presents Introductory Algebra, critical thinking, and problem solving techniques. Includes operations with real numbers, unit analysis, proportional reasoning, solving linear equations and inequalities (systems of linear equations), introduction to graphing (graphing calculator), concepts of function, Prerequisite: Pass MATH 25 with a "C-" or better, or suitable placement score. 

Instructor: Borman, Greg
Location: Web
Credits: 5.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MATH 063 CA
TECHNICAL MATH I
This course is an applied Algebra course equivalent to MATH060, but designed to meet the needs of technical/vocational students. Topics include: Tools of Algebra, Formulas and Equations, Right Triangle and Quantitative Geometry.. Prerequisite: Pass MATH 25 with a "C-" or better, or suitable placement score. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Borman, Greg
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   12:00PM-1:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MATH 063 OA
TECHNICAL MATH I
This course is an applied Algebra course equivalent to MATH060, but designed to meet the needs of technical/vocational students. Topics include: Tools of Algebra, Formulas and Equations, Right Triangle and Quantitative Geometry.. Prerequisite: Pass MATH 25 with a "C-" or better, or suitable placement score. 

Instructor: Reynolds, Hugh
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MTWR   12:00PM-12:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MATH 070 OA
ALGEBRA REVIEW
Emphasizes critical thinking skills and integration of technology to solve problems. Includes Introductory Algebra Review, Functions and Linear and Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities, Modeling with Linear Functions, Quadratic Functions, Modeling with Quadratic Functions, Operations, Special Products and Factoring, Solving Quadratic Equations with Square Roots, The Quadratic Formula, Solving Maxima and Minima Problems, Complex Numbers, Vertex Form and Inequalities, Functions. Prerequisite: Complete MATH060 with a C- or better, MATH 65 with a D grade or suitable placement test score. 

Instructor: Reynolds, Hugh
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 5.00
Schedule: MW   8:00AM-9:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MATH 070 OC
ALGEBRA REVIEW
Emphasizes critical thinking skills and integration of technology to solve problems. Includes Introductory Algebra Review, Functions and Linear and Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities, Modeling with Linear Functions, Quadratic Functions, Modeling with Quadratic Functions, Operations, Special Products and Factoring, Solving Quadratic Equations with Square Roots, The Quadratic Formula, Solving Maxima and Minima Problems, Complex Numbers, Vertex Form and Inequalities, Functions. Prerequisite: Complete MATH060 with a C- or better, MATH 65 with a D grade or suitable placement test score. 

Instructor: Reynolds, Hugh
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 5.00
Schedule: TR   10:00AM-11:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MATH 070 OW
ALGEBRA REVIEW
Emphasizes critical thinking skills and integration of technology to solve problems. Includes Introductory Algebra Review, Functions and Linear and Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities, Modeling with Linear Functions, Quadratic Functions, Modeling with Quadratic Functions, Operations, Special Products and Factoring, Solving Quadratic Equations with Square Roots, The Quadratic Formula, Solving Maxima and Minima Problems, Complex Numbers, Vertex Form and Inequalities, Functions. Prerequisite: Complete MATH060 with a C- or better, MATH 65 with a D grade or suitable placement test score. 

Instructor: Weber, Renae
Location: Web
Credits: 5.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MATH 070 WW
ALGEBRA REVIEW
Emphasizes critical thinking skills and integration of technology to solve problems. Includes Introductory Algebra Review, Functions and Linear and Absolute Value Equations and Inequalities, Modeling with Linear Functions, Quadratic Functions, Modeling with Quadratic Functions, Operations, Special Products and Factoring, Solving Quadratic Equations with Square Roots, The Quadratic Formula, Solving Maxima and Minima Problems, Complex Numbers, Vertex Form and Inequalities, Functions. Prerequisite: Complete MATH060 with a C- or better, MATH 65 with a D grade or suitable placement test score. 

Instructor: Wallick, Drake
Location: Web
Credits: 5.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MATH 095 CX
INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA I
Emphasizes critical thinking skills and integration of technology to solve problems. Includes Functions and Linear Equations, Quadratic Equations, Inequalities and Square Roots, Ratios, Variation, Rational Functions, Exponents, Radicals, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions. Prerequisite: Complete MATH 070 with a "C-" or better, or pass MATH 096 with an "D" grade, or suitable placement score. Co-requisite: MATH 103 

Instructor: Borman, Greg
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 5.00
Schedule: MW   10:00AM-11:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MATH 095 OB
INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA I
Emphasizes critical thinking skills and integration of technology to solve problems. Includes Functions and Linear Equations, Quadratic Equations, Inequalities and Square Roots, Ratios, Variation, Rational Functions, Exponents, Radicals, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions. Prerequisite: Complete MATH 070 with a "C-" or better, or pass MATH 096 with an "D" grade, or suitable placement score. Co-requisite: MATH 103 

Instructor: Thayer, Kathleen
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 5.00
Schedule: MW   10:00AM-11:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MATH 095 OC
INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA I
Emphasizes critical thinking skills and integration of technology to solve problems. Includes Functions and Linear Equations, Quadratic Equations, Inequalities and Square Roots, Ratios, Variation, Rational Functions, Exponents, Radicals, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions. Prerequisite: Complete MATH 070 with a "C-" or better, or pass MATH 096 with an "D" grade, or suitable placement score. Co-requisite: MATH 103 

Instructor: Reynolds, Hugh
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 5.00
Schedule: MW   1:00PM-3:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MATH 095 OD
INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA I
Emphasizes critical thinking skills and integration of technology to solve problems. Includes Functions and Linear Equations, Quadratic Equations, Inequalities and Square Roots, Ratios, Variation, Rational Functions, Exponents, Radicals, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions. Prerequisite: Complete MATH 070 with a "C-" or better, or pass MATH 096 with an "D" grade, or suitable placement score. Co-requisite: MATH 103 

Instructor: Thayer, Kathleen
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 5.00
Schedule: TR   10:00AM-11:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MATH 095 OW
INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA I
Emphasizes critical thinking skills and integration of technology to solve problems. Includes Functions and Linear Equations, Quadratic Equations, Inequalities and Square Roots, Ratios, Variation, Rational Functions, Exponents, Radicals, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions. Prerequisite: Complete MATH 070 with a "C-" or better, or pass MATH 096 with an "D" grade, or suitable placement score. Co-requisite: MATH 103 

Instructor: Weber, Renae
Location: Web
Credits: 5.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MATH 103 CA
INTRO TO GRAPHING CALCULATORS
Introduces graphing technology with an emphasis on mathematical applications. Presents graphing calculator skills which are normally acquired in Math 70 and 95. Prerequisite: MATH 060. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Borman, Greg
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: F   3:00PM-8:50PM   1/7/2022-1/7/2022

MATH 103 OC
INTRO TO GRAPHING CALCULATORS
Introduces graphing technology with an emphasis on mathematical applications. Presents graphing calculator skills which are normally acquired in Math 70 and 95. Prerequisite: MATH 060. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Reynolds, Hugh
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: F   3:00PM-8:50PM   1/7/2022-1/7/2022

MATH 103 OD
INTRO TO GRAPHING CALCULATORS
Introduces graphing technology with an emphasis on mathematical applications. Presents graphing calculator skills which are normally acquired in Math 70 and 95. Prerequisite: MATH 060. 

Instructor: Thayer, Kathleen
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: F   3:00PM-8:50PM   1/7/2022-1/7/2022

MATH 103 OW
INTRO TO GRAPHING CALCULATORS
Introduces graphing technology with an emphasis on mathematical applications. Presents graphing calculator skills which are normally acquired in Math 70 and 95. Prerequisite: MATH 060. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Borman, Greg
Location: Web
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MATH 103 WW
INTRO TO GRAPHING CALCULATORS
Introduces graphing technology with an emphasis on mathematical applications. Presents graphing calculator skills which are normally acquired in Math 70 and 95. Prerequisite: MATH 060. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Borman, Greg
Location: Web
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MATH 105 OW
MATH IN SOCIETY
Math in Society is a rigorous mathematics course designed for students majoring in Liberal Arts and Humanities. The course provides a solid foundation in quantitative reasoning, symbolic reasoning, and problem solving techniques needed to be a productive contributing citizen in the 21st century. Prerequisite: Complete MATH 095, or MATH 098 with a "C-" or better, or suitable placement score. If enrolling based on placement score, then the student must co-req with MATH 103. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Borman, Greg
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MATH 111 CB
COLLEGE ALGEBRA
Emphasizes critical thinking and use of graphical calculator technology to solve problems. Explores functions and their graphs, polynomial and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, systems of equations and inequalities. Prerequisite: Pass MATH 95 with a "C" or better, or suitable placement score. Enrolling based on Placement score, then the student must co-req with MATH 103. 

Instructor: Borman, Greg
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: TR   10:00AM-11:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MATH 111 OB
COLLEGE ALGEBRA
Emphasizes critical thinking and use of graphical calculator technology to solve problems. Explores functions and their graphs, polynomial and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, systems of equations and inequalities. Prerequisite: Pass MATH 95 with a "C" or better, or suitable placement score. Enrolling based on Placement score, then the student must co-req with MATH 103. 

Instructor: Thayer, Kathleen
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: TR   8:00AM-9:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MATH 111 OW
COLLEGE ALGEBRA
Emphasizes critical thinking and use of graphical calculator technology to solve problems. Explores functions and their graphs, polynomial and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, systems of equations and inequalities. Prerequisite: Pass MATH 95 with a "C" or better, or suitable placement score. Enrolling based on Placement score, then the student must co-req with MATH 103. 

Instructor: Borman, Greg
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MATH 113 OA
ANALYSIS/GEOMETRY/PRECALCULUS
Studies pre-calculus, including matrices, determinants, sequences, series, probability, and analytical geometry. Prerequisite: Pass MATH 111 with a "C-" or better, or suitable placement score. 

Instructor: Reynolds, Hugh
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: TR   8:00AM-9:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MATH 212 OA
FUNDAMENTALS OF ELEMENTARY MATH II
Prepares the future elementary school teacher to teach math more effectively by giving them a deeper understanding of math. Covers fractions, decimals, integers, real numbers, statistics and probability. Prerequisite: Pass MATH 95 or MATH 96 with a "C-" or better, or suitable placement score. 

Instructor: Weber, Renae
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: T   12:00PM-3:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MATH 243 OA
INTRO TO PROBABILITY & STATISTICS I
Introduces elementary statistics, including frequency, descriptive statistics, correlation, regression, measures of center probability, binomial and standards distributions and central limit theorem. Prerequisite: Pass MATH 111 or 105 with a "C-" or better, or suitable placement score. 

Instructor: Weber, Renae
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   12:00PM-1:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MATH 244 OX
INTRO TO PROBABILITY & STATISTIC II
Continues the study of statistics, covering inferential statistics, hypothesis testing, rank correlation, signed rant test, population proportions, Kruskal-Wallis test, Chi-Square, and non-parametric methods. Prerequisite: Pass MATH 243 with a "C-" or better. 

Instructor: Weber, Renae
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MATH 252 OA
CALCULUS II
Explores integral calculus of single, real variable functions, including definite and indefinite integrals, and techniques and applications of integration. Prerequisite: Pass MATH 251 with a "C-" or better. 

Instructor: Wallick, Drake
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 5.00
Schedule: MW   8:00AM-9:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MREC 116 OW
MEDICAL OFFICE PROCEDURES
Covers work routines of a medical office assistant, including scheduling appointments, maintaining patient account records, preparing a variety of health insurance forms, and other medically related document preparation. Requires transcription of medical documents and letters. Lab included. Medical Terminology recommended. 

Instructor: Saldivar, Kilee
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MREC 210 OX
MEDICAL BILLING I
Covers the roles and compliance issues for an insurance billing specialist; claims processes and introductions to procedural and diagnostic coding; health care payers - the "Blues", Medicare, Medicaid and other programs. Recommended: Medical terminology background or concurrent enrollment in GSCI 161. 

Instructor: Saldivar, Kilee
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MREC 211 OW
MEDICAL BILLING II
Continues, with additional emphasis, addressing areas covered in MREC 210. Covers hospital billing for both inpatient and outpatient. Prerequisite: MREC 210 

Instructor: Saldivar, Kilee
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 052 OA
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
 Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Rogers, Sean
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: R   7:00PM-8:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 052 OB
TREASURE VALLEY CHORALE
 Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Flock, Michelle
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: T   7:00PM-8:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 053 OA
JAZZ BAND
 Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Sorensen, Carl
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: TR   3:00PM-4:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 053 OE
CONCERT BAND
 Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Sorensen, Carl
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: T   7:00PM-8:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 053 OF
ADULT INTERMEDIATE BAND
 Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Sorensen, Carl
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: T   5:00PM-6:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 054 OA
CONCERT CHOIR
 Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Flock, Michelle
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: MW   11:30AM-1:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 102 OA
INTERMEDIATE CONCERT BAND
Student musicians study and perform traditional and contemporary intermediate level band literature. Prerequisite: Previous experience in a band setting or ability to play an instrument at a level two. 

Instructor: Sorensen, Carl
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: T   5:00PM-6:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 171 OA
APPLIED PIANO
Offers private instruction in voice, piano, organ, woodwinds, brass, percussion, strings, guitar, and other instruments for the first year student. Fee Required. Prerequisite: Demonstrated ability, audition with instructor Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Carter, Rebekah
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 174 OA
APPLIED VOICE
Offers private instruction in voice, piano, organ, woodwinds, brass, percussion, strings, guitar, and other instruments for the first year student. Fee Required. Prerequisite: Demonstrated ability, audition with instructor 

Instructor: Flock, Michelle
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 174 OB
APPLIED VOICE
Offers private instruction in voice, piano, organ, woodwinds, brass, percussion, strings, guitar, and other instruments for the first year student. Fee Required. Prerequisite: Demonstrated ability, audition with instructor Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Jensen, V
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 175 OA
APPLIED VIOLIN
Offers private instruction in voice, piano, organ, woodwinds, brass, percussion, strings, guitar, and other instruments for the first year student. Fee Required. Prerequisite: Demonstrated ability, audition with instructor Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Rasmussen, Denise
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 175 OB
APPLIED VIOLIN
Offers private instruction in voice, piano, organ, woodwinds, brass, percussion, strings, guitar, and other instruments for the first year student. Fee Required. Prerequisite: Demonstrated ability, audition with instructor Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Trenkel, Iran
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 176 OA
APPLIED VIOLA
Offers private instruction in voice, piano, organ, woodwinds, brass, percussion, strings, guitar, and other instruments for the first year student. Fee Required. Prerequisite: Demonstrated ability, audition with instructor Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Staff
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 177 OA
APPLIED CELLO
Offers private instruction in voice, piano, organ, woodwinds, brass, percussion, strings, guitar, and other instruments for the first year student. Fee Required. Prerequisite: Demonstrated ability, audition with instructor Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Rasmussen, Denise
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 178 OA
APPLIED BASS
Offers private instruction in voice, piano, organ, woodwinds, brass, percussion, strings, guitar, and other instruments for the first year student. Fee Required. Prerequisite: Demonstrated ability, audition with instructor Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Wheeler, Edwin
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 180 OA
APPLIED GUITAR
Offers private instruction in voice, piano, woodwinds, brasses, percussion, strings, guitar, and other instruments for the first year student. Lessons on most instruments can be arranged. Fee required. Prerequisite: Demonstrated ability, audition with instructor Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Wheeler, Edwin
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 181 OA
APPLIED FLUTE
Offers private instruction in voice, piano, organ, woodwinds, brass, percussion, strings, guitar, and other instruments for the first year student. Fee Required. Prerequisite: Demonstrated ability, audition with instructor Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Staff
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 183 OA
APPLIED CLARINET
Offers private instruction in voice, piano, organ, woodwinds, brass, percussion, strings, guitar, and other instruments for the first year student. Fee Required. Prerequisite: Demonstrated ability, audition with instructor Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Gilman, Matthew
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 186 OA
APPLIED TRUMPET
Offers private instruction in voice, piano, organ, woodwinds, brass, percussion, strings, guitar, and other instruments for the first year student. Fee Required. Prerequisite: Demonstrated ability, audition with instructor Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Gilman, Matthew
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 188 OA
APPLIED TROMBONE
Offers private instruction in voice, piano, organ, woodwinds, brass, percussion, strings, guitar, and other instruments for the first year student. Fee Required. Prerequisite: Demonstrated ability, audition with instructor Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Gilman, Matthew
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 190 OA
APPLIED TUBA
Offers private instruction in voice, piano, organ, woodwinds, brass, percussion, strings, guitar, and other instruments for the first year student. Fee Required. Prerequisite: Demonstrated ability, audition with instructor Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Gilman, Matthew
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 190 OB
APPLIED TUBA
Offers private instruction in voice, piano, organ, woodwinds, brass, percussion, strings, guitar, and other instruments for the first year student. Fee Required. Prerequisite: Demonstrated ability, audition with instructor Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Goss, LeRoy
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 191 OA
APPLIED PERCUSSION
 Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Wheeler, Edwin
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 192 OA
APPLIED MISC INSTRUMENTS
Offers private instruction in voice, piano, organ, woodwinds, brass, percussion, strings, guitar, and other instruments for the first year student. Fee Required. Prerequisite: Demonstrated ability, audition with instructor Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Wheeler, Edwin
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 202 OA
CONCERT BAND
Offers applied study and performance to anyone in the community with previous band experience, from high school age to adults. Studies and performs traditional and contemporary band literature. Rehearses evenings. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Sorensen, Carl
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: T   7:00PM-8:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 205 OA
JAZZ BAND
Offers applied study and performance in an ensemble, by audition. Concentrates on big band jazz arrangements and jazz ensemble styles. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Sorensen, Carl
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 2.00
Schedule: TR   3:00PM-4:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 221 OA
TREASURE VALLEY CHORALE
Offers rehearsal and performance of choral literature. Open to all singers. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Flock, Michelle
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: T   7:00PM-8:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 222 OA
CONCERT CHOIR
Performs choral literature of all styles and historical periods. No previous choral experience necessary. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Flock, Michelle
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 2.00
Schedule: MW   11:30AM-1:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 242 OA
SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA
Offers applied study and performance for string and wind players interested in playing orchestral literature with the Treasure Valley Symphony. Rehearses evenings and is open to all interested musicians, including high school students. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Rogers, Sean
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule: R   7:00PM-8:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 271 OA
APPLIED PIANO
Offers private instruction in voice, piano, organ, woodwinds, brasses, percussion, strings, guitar, or other instrument for the second year student. Fee required. Prerequisite: Successful completion of three (3) consecutive terms of study in MUP 171-192 and/or demonstrated ability through audition with instructor Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Carter, Rebekah
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 274 OB
APPLIED VOICE
Offers private instruction in voice, piano, organ, woodwinds, brasses, percussion, strings, guitar, or other instrument for the second year student. Fee required. Prerequisite: Successful completion of three (3) consecutive terms of study in MUP 171-192 and/or demonstrated ability through audition with instructor Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Jensen, V
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 275 OA
APPLIED VIOLIN
Offers private instruction in voice, piano, organ, woodwinds, brasses, percussion, strings, guitar, or other instrument for the second year student. Fee required. Prerequisite: Successful completion of three (3) consecutive terms of study in MUP 171-192 and/or demonstrated ability through audition with instructor Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Rasmussen, Denise
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 276 OA
APPLIED VIOLA
Offers private instruction in voice, piano, organ, woodwinds, brasses, percussion, strings, guitar, or other instrument for the second year student. Fee required. Prerequisite: Successful completion of three (3) consecutive terms of study in MUP 171-192 and/or demonstrated ability through audition with instructor Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Staff
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 277 OA
APPLIED CELLO
Offers private instruction in voice, piano, organ, woodwinds, brasses, percussion, strings, guitar, or other instrument for the second year student. Fee required. Prerequisite: Successful completion of three (3) consecutive terms of study in MUP 171-192 and/or demonstrated ability through audition with instructor Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Staff
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 278 OA
APPLIED BASS
Offers private instruction in voice, piano, organ, woodwinds, brasses, percussion, strings, guitar, or other instrument for the second year student. Fee required. Prerequisite: Successful completion of three (3) consecutive terms of study in MUP 171-192 and/or demonstrated ability through audition with instructor Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Wheeler, Edwin
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 280 OA
APPLIED GUITAR
Offers private instruction in voice, piano, organ, woodwinds, brasses, percussion, strings, guitar, or other instrument for the second year student. Fee required. Prerequisite: Successful completion of three (3) consecutive terms of study in MUP 171-192 and/or demonstrated ability through audition with instructor Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Wheeler, Edwin
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 281 OA
APPLIED FLUTE
Offers private instruction in voice, piano, organ, woodwinds, brasses, percussion, strings, guitar, or other instrument for the second year student. Fee required. Prerequisite: Successful completion of three (3) consecutive terms of study in MUP 171-192 and/or demonstrated ability through audition with instructor Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Staff
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 283 OA
APPLIED CLARINET
Offers private instruction in voice, piano, organ, woodwinds, brasses, percussion, strings, guitar, or other instrument for the second year student. Fee required. Prerequisite: Successful completion of three (3) consecutive terms of study in MUP 171-192 and/or demonstrated ability through audition with instructor Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Gilman, Matthew
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 284 OA
APPLIED SAXOPHONE
Offers private instruction in voice, piano, organ, woodwinds, brasses, percussion, strings, guitar, or other instrument for the second year student. Fee required. Prerequisite: Successful completion of three (3) consecutive terms of study in MUP 171-192 and/or demonstrated ability through audition with instructor Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Sorensen, Carl
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 286 OA
APPLIED TRUMPET
Offers private instruction in voice, piano, organ, woodwinds, brasses, percussion, strings, guitar, or other instrument for the second year student. Fee required. Prerequisite: Successful completion of three (3) consecutive terms of study in MUP 171-192 and/or demonstrated ability through audition with instructor Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Gilman, Matthew
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 288 OA
APPLIED TROMBONE
Offers private instruction in voice, piano, organ, woodwinds, brasses, percussion, strings, guitar, or other instrument for the second year student. Fee required. Prerequisite: Successful completion of three (3) consecutive terms of study in MUP 171-192 and/or demonstrated ability through audition with instructor Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Gilman, Matthew
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 292 OA
APPLIED MISC. INSTRUMENTS
Offers private instruction in voice, piano, organ, woodwinds, brasses, percussion, strings, guitar, or other instrument for the second year student. Fee required. Prerequisite: Successful completion of three (3) consecutive terms of study in MUP 171-192 and/or demonstrated ability through audition with instructor Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Wheeler, Edwin
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUP 292 OB
APPLIED MISC. INSTRUMENTS-BASOON
Offers private instruction in voice, piano, organ, woodwinds, brasses, percussion, strings, guitar, or other instrument for the second year student. Fee required. Prerequisite: Successful completion of three (3) consecutive terms of study in MUP 171-192 and/or demonstrated ability through audition with instructor Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Sorensen, Carl
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUS 101 OA
MUSIC FUNDAMENTALS
Acquaints students with the elements of music fundamentals. Includes note reading, rhythm skills, and basic theory. 

Instructor: Flock, Michelle
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   9:30AM-10:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUS 101 OW
MUSIC FUNDAMENTALS
Acquaints students with the elements of music fundamentals. Includes note reading, rhythm skills, and basic theory. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Replogle, Rebecca
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUS 105 OA
MUSIC APPRECIATION
Studies the elements of music, classical music of the Western World, its historical creation, and listening samples taken from the select composers across the historical periods and styles. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Flock, Michelle
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   2:30PM-3:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

MUS 206 OW
INTRO TO THE HISTORY OF ROCK MUSIC
Studies the elements of music, rock music, and its attendant sub-genres, its historical creation, and listening to samples taken from select artists across the different periods and styles. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Replogle, Rebecca
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

NATR 091 7 YA
RT-130 2021 ANNUAL REFRESHER
 

Instructor: Randolph, Eric
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: S   9:00AM-5:00PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

NATR 091 7 YB
RT-130 2021 ANNUAL REFRESHER
 

Instructor: Randolph, Eric
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: S   9:00AM-5:00PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

NATR 101 OS
INTRO TO WILDLAND FIRE (FFT II)
Includes S-130, S-190, and L-180 training. Provides entry level firefighter skills, including the primary factors affecting the start and spread of wildfires, and recognition of potentially hazardous situations. Meets the fire behavior training needs of a firefighter type 2 (FFT2) on an incident as outlined in the PMS 310-1. 

Instructor: Rodgers, Jeff
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: SU   8:00AM-7:00PM   1/22/2022-1/30/2022

NATR 101 YA
INTRO TO WILDLAND FIRE (FFT II)
Includes S-130, S-190, and L-180 training. Provides entry level firefighter skills, including the primary factors affecting the start and spread of wildfires, and recognition of potentially hazardous situations. Meets the fire behavior training needs of a firefighter type 2 (FFT2) on an incident as outlined in the PMS 310-1. 

Instructor: Rodgers, Jeff
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: SU   8:00AM-7:00PM   1/22/2022-1/30/2022

NATR 122 YA
S-390 WILDLAND FIRE BEHAVIOR CALC
Introduces fire behavior calculations by manual methods, using nomograms and the Fire Behavior Handbook Appendix B. Examines the determinants of fire behavior through studying inputs (weather, slope, fuels, and fuel moisture). Instructs how to interpret fire behavior outputs, documentation processes, and fire behavior briefing components. Prerequisites: NATR 101, NATR 104, NATR 115. 

Instructor: Gregory, Todd
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 2.00
Schedule: MTWR   8:00AM-5:00PM   3/7/2022-3/10/2022

NATR 123 YA
S-330 TASK FORCE/STRIKE TEAM
Provides training for the positions of Task Force Leader and Strike Team Leader specific to wildland fire suppression, as outlined in the Wildland Fire Qualification System Guide and the Position Task Books. Prerequisites: NATR 101, NATR 104, NATR 122. 

Instructor: Staab, Daniel
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 2.00
Schedule: MTW   8:00AM-5:00PM   3/14/2022-3/16/2022

NATR 140 OA
MAP USE AND ANALYSIS
Introduces the development, understanding, and practical use of planimetric and topographic maps, along with aerial photographs. Includes map scale, finding distances, directions, and area on maps and photos, and identification of map and photos features. Also introduces application of GPS and GIS in Natural Resource Management. Lab required 

Instructor: Nichols, Marcus
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: M   1:00PM-2:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

NATR 140 OA L
LAB
 Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Nichols, Marcus
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: W   1:00PM-4:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

NATR 201 OA
ENVIRONMENT & SOCIETY
Provides an overview of the complex political, social and economic issues met when managing Natural Resources of the Pacific Northwest. The course exposes students to local, regional and global environmental issues faced by a growing society. Topics will include climate change, habitat loss, sustainability, environmental justice, and global population growth. The course develops critical thinking skills useful in seeking out complex resource management solutions for a dynamic society. 

Instructor: Nichols, Marcus
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   9:30AM-10:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

NATR 221 OA
INTRO TO NATURAL RESOURCE ECOLOGY
Introduces ecology, including evolution, adaptation, plant and animal distributions, terminology, ecological relationships and interactions individual ecosystems, and global ecological principles. Stresses the ecology of the northwest. 

Instructor: Feibert, Cynthia
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MWF   8:00AM-8:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

NATR 251 OA
OUTDOOR RECREATION MANAGEMENT
Outdoor Recreation Management explores outdoor recreation as a vital aspect of natural resources and land management. Concepts discussed include multiple use management, recreational enterprises, state and federal outdoor recreation agencies, environmental education, and current topics in outdoor recreation. Lab required. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Nichols, Marcus
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   11:00AM-11:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

NATR 251 OA L
LAB
 Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Nichols, Marcus
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: T   2:00PM-4:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

NATR 252 OA
WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT
Introduces the principles of wildlife management and some of the practices and techniques used in controlling wild animal populations. Emphasizes the multiple use concept necessary for natural resource management. 

Instructor: Nichols, Marcus
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MWF   9:00AM-9:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

NRS 111 OH
FOUND OF NURSING: CHRONIC ILLNESS I
Introduces assessment and common interventions (including technical procedures) for clients with chronic illnesses common across the life span in major ethnic groups within Oregon and Idaho. The client's and family's "lived experience" of the condition is explored. Clinical practice guidelines and research evidence are used to guide clinical judgments in care of individuals with chronic conditions. Multidisciplinary team roles and responsibilities are considered in the context of delivering safe, high quality health care to individuals with chronic conditions (includes practical and legal aspects of delegation). Cultural, ethical, legal and health care delivery issues are explored through case scenarios and clinical practice. Case exemplars include children with asthma, adolescents with a mood disorder, adults with Type 2 Diabetes, and older adults with dementia. The course includes classroom and clinical learning experiences. Prerequisite: NRS 110 Co-requisite: NRS 230 & NRS 

Instructor: Haun, Brianne
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 6.00
Schedule: T   6:45AM-5:00PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

NRS 221 OH
NURSING IN CHRONIC ILLNESS II
This course builds on foundations of nursing in Chronic Illness I. Chronic Illness II expands the student's knowledge related to family care giving, symptom management, and end of life concepts. These concepts are a major focus and basis for nursing interventions with patients and families. Ethical issues related to advocacy, self-determination, and autonomy are explored. Complex skills associated with the assessment and management of concurrent illnesses and conditions are developed within the context of patient and family preferences and needs. Skills related to enhancing communication and collaboration as a member of an inter-professional team and across health care settings are further explored. Exemplars include patients with chronic mental illness and addictions as well as other chronic conditions and disabilities affecting functional status and family relationships. Prerequisites: Completion of First Year of Nursing Curriculum: NRS 110, NRS 111, NRS 112, NRS 230, 231, 232, 233 

Instructor: Lightfield, Molly
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 9.00
Schedule: MT   6:45AM-5:00PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

NRS 230 OH
CLINICAL PHARMACOLOGY I
Course introduces the theoretical background that enables students to provide safe and effective care related to drugs and natural products to persons throughout the lifespan. It includes the foundational concepts of principles of pharmacology, nonopioid analgesics, and antibiotics, as well as additional classes of drugs. Students will learn to make selected clinical decisions in the context of nursing regarding using current, reliable sources of information, understanding of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics, developmental physiologic considerations, monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness of drug therapy, teaching persons from diverse populations regarding safe and effective use of drugs and natural products, intervening to increase therapeutic benefits and reduce potential negative effects, and communicating appropriately with other health professionals regarding drug therapy. Drugs are studied by therapeutic or pharmacological class using an organized framework. Prerequisites: Anatomy & Physiology Sequence, and Microbiology 

Instructor: Poynter, Mara
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: WR   1:00PM-2:30PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

NRS 233 OH
PATHOPHYSIOLOGICAL PROCESSES II
Sequel to Pathophysiological Processes I continues to explore pathophysiological processes that contribute to disease states across the lifespan and human responses to those processes. Students will learn to make selected clinical decisions in the context of nursing regarding using current, reliable sources of pathophysiology information, selecting and interpreting focused nursing assessments based on knowledge of pathophysiological processes, and communicating with other health professionals regarding pathophysiological processes. The course addresses additional pathophysiological processes not contained in Pathophysiological Processes I. Prerequisites: NRS 111, NRS 230 

Instructor: Bohr, Heather
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: WR   10:30AM-12:30PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

OA 220 OW
ADVANCED DOCUMENT PRODUCTION
Covers development of correct formats for business reports, letters, memos, tabbed columns, and forms. Use a variety of input methods, such as dictation and printed rough drafts. Stresses application of language arts skills. Develops the skill to produce documents accurately within specified time. Prerequisites: OA 120, BT 221 

Instructor: Stephens, Nila
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

OA 240 OX
RECORDS MANAGEMENT
Focuses on Records Information Management (RIM). Covers terminology, data, employment opportunities, current developments, technology, and legal and ethical concerns in RIM. Includes field trips to selected businesses to provide further emphasis. 

Instructor: Stephens, Nila
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

OA 280 O1
OFFICE APPLICATIONS COOP WK EXP
Designed to give students an opportunity to acquire actual work experience in their chosen field. An on-site supervisor will supervise and evaluate the work experience student. Instructor approval of work setting and placement is required. For each credit earned, the student will need to document 36 hours at the work site. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Stephens, Nila
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

OA 280 O2
OFFICE APPLICATIONS COOP WK EXP
Designed to give students an opportunity to acquire actual work experience in their chosen field. An on-site supervisor will supervise and evaluate the work experience student. Instructor approval of work setting and placement is required. For each credit earned, the student will need to document 36 hours at the work site. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Stephens, Nila
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 2.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

OA 280 O3
OFFICE APPLICATIONS COOP WK EXP
Designed to give students an opportunity to acquire actual work experience in their chosen field. An on-site supervisor will supervise and evaluate the work experience student. Instructor approval of work setting and placement is required. For each credit earned, the student will need to document 36 hours at the work site. Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Stephens, Nila
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

PHIL 101 OA
PHILOSOPHICAL PROBLEMS
Introduces the problems and systems of philosophy, including metaphysics, epistemology, ethics, social and political philosophy, and religion. Prerequisites: Pass WR 115 with a "C-" or better or suitable placement score. 

Instructor: Wilson, Marc
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   10:00AM-11:20AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

PHYS 202 OA
GENERAL PHYSICS II
Explores fluids, elasticity, waves and sound, thermodynamics, and electrostatics. Intended for students without a calculus background. Lab required. Prerequisite: PHYS 201. 

Instructor: Rawlinson, Nathan
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: TR   8:00AM-9:20AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

PHYS 202 OA L
LAB
Explores fluids, elasticity, waves and sound, thermodynamics, and electrostatics. Intended for students without a calculus background. Lab required. Prerequisite: PHYS 201. 

Instructor: Rawlinson, Nathan
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: M   2:00PM-4:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

PHYS 212 OA
CLASSICAL PHYSICS II
Explores fluids, elasticity, waves and sound, thermodynamics, and electrostatics. Intended for students having a calculus background. Lab required. Prerequisites: PHYS 211 and MATH 251 and 252, or concurrent enrollment in MATH 252. 

Instructor: Rawlinson, Nathan
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 5.00
Schedule: TR   8:00AM-9:20AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

PHYS 212 OA L
LAB
Explores fluids, elasticity, waves and sound, thermodynamics, and electrostatics. Intended for students having a calculus background. Lab required. Prerequisites: PHYS 211 and MATH 251 and 252, or concurrent enrollment in MATH 252. 

Instructor: Rawlinson, Nathan
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: M   2:00PM-4:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

POSC 202 CA
AMERICAN GOVERNMENT
Examines issues of public opinion, interest groups, and their impact upon government systems; political party structures; campaigning and elections; the influence of media; and state and local governments. 

Instructor: Kurth, Joseph
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   9:30AM-10:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

POSC 202 OA
AMERICAN GOVERNMENT
Examines issues of public opinion, interest groups, and their impact upon government systems; political party structures; campaigning and elections; the influence of media; and state and local governments. 

Instructor: Kurth, Joseph
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   9:30AM-10:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

PSYC 101 OW
PSYCHOLOGY OF HUMAN RELATIONS
Emphasizes the theory and practice of human relations in the work setting, including self-management skills, role as employee, and effective participation in work groups. Stresses self awareness, awareness of others, managing stress and emotions, building healthy relationships, interpersonal communications, intercultural sensitivity, conflict resolution, and professional behavior. 

Instructor: Breidinger, Jessica
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

PSYC 101 WW
PSYCHOLOGY OF HUMAN RELATIONS
Emphasizes the theory and practice of human relations in the work setting, including self-management skills, role as employee, and effective participation in work groups. Stresses self awareness, awareness of others, managing stress and emotions, building healthy relationships, interpersonal communications, intercultural sensitivity, conflict resolution, and professional behavior. 

Instructor: Breidinger, Jessica
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

PSYC 201 OA
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
Introduces psychology, discussing biological processes and principles and theories of human behavior. Surveys experimental design, including elementary statistics, tests and measurements. Examines biological, and developmental aspects, including consciousness, senses, and perceptual processes. 

Instructor: Babcock, Lauri
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   12:30PM-1:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

PSYC 201 OW
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
Introduces psychology, discussing biological processes and principles and theories of human behavior. Surveys experimental design, including elementary statistics, tests and measurements. Examines biological, and developmental aspects, including consciousness, senses, and perceptual processes. 

Instructor: Breidinger, Jessica
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

PSYC 201 WW
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
Introduces psychology, discussing biological processes and principles and theories of human behavior. Surveys experimental design, including elementary statistics, tests and measurements. Examines biological, and developmental aspects, including consciousness, senses, and perceptual processes. 

Instructor: Skousen, Debbie
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

PSYC 202 CV
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
Stresses memory, thinking, and developmental stages. Discusses theories of intelligence and learning. Surveys psychological processes of language and thought, motivation, emotion, and primary theories of human growth and development. Prerequisite: PSYC 201, or BIOL 101. 

Instructor: Babcock, Lauri
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   12:30PM-1:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

PSYC 202 OV
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
Stresses memory, thinking, and developmental stages. Discusses theories of intelligence and learning. Surveys psychological processes of language and thought, motivation, emotion, and primary theories of human growth and development. Prerequisite: PSYC 201, or BIOL 101. 

Instructor: Babcock, Lauri
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   12:30PM-1:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

PSYC 202 OW
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
Stresses memory, thinking, and developmental stages. Discusses theories of intelligence and learning. Surveys psychological processes of language and thought, motivation, emotion, and primary theories of human growth and development. Prerequisite: PSYC 201, or BIOL 101. 

Instructor: Breidinger, Jessica
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

PSYC 235 OW
INTRO TO HUMAN DEVELOPMENT I
Discusses theoretical perspectives, and physiological, social, and psychological forces that impact the stages of human development form conception through late childhood. Prerequisite: PSYC 201, or BIOL 101. 

Instructor: Breidinger, Jessica
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

PSYC 237 OW
SEASONS OF LIFE
Focuses on the concept that development is a lifelong process, beginning at conception and continuing into late adulthood. Considers human development as influenced by three "clocks": the biological clock, the social clock, and the psychological clock. Prerequisite: PSYC 201, or BIOL 101. 

Instructor: Skousen, Debbie
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

R 202 OA
WESTERN RELIGIONS
This course uses critical reading, thinking, writing, and discussion to examine the history, evolution, ideology, philosophy, sacred practices, and rituals of the dominant and lesser known religions in the Western tradition, including Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and Zoroastrianism. Prerequisites: Pass WR 115 with a "C-" or higher, or a suitable placement score. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Wilson, Marc
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   2:00PM-3:30PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

RE 090 OA
OREGON REAL ESTATE LICENSE COURSE
Prepare for the Oregon Real Estate Broker's License Exam in just 10 weeks. This course combines weekly interactive sessions with online home study to meet the Oregon Real Estate Agency (OREA) requirement. You must complete a total of 150 hours of study between weekly sessions and online studies (Saturday session does not count toward 150 hour total). Plan on spending 15 hours (or more) each week completing online home study in addition to attending evening classes. The course and instructor are certified by the OREA. This Oregon Real Estate Broker License Training course is approved by and meets the 150-hour requirement of the Oregon Real Estate Agency (OREA) 

Instructor: Instructor, Volunteer
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: R   6:30PM-9:30PM   1/13/2022-3/17/2022

RE 095 OA
OR PROPERTY MANAGER PRE- LICENSE
Get prepared to take the State of Oregon Property Manager License Exam. This course is the fastest way to qualify to take the exam which covers the role of property managers, tenant relations, fair housing, lease agreements and more. You must attend all evening class sessions through Zoom, and have online capacity to complete the self-study portion of this course. Taught by an experienced Property Manager. All materials provided. This interactive, online course meets the Oregon Real Estate Agency 60 hour study requirements for eligibility to take the state property manager license exam. Complete ALL of your studies in just 7 weeks and become a Property Manager! This hybrid course combines live lecture with online home study to meet the 60 hour requirement for the Oregon Property Manager license. The class meets for seven, 2 hour sessions and, along with the online home study, will prepare you to take the state exam. A property manager licensee can manage rental real estate as defined in ORS 696.010 individually, with principal brokers, or with other property managers. You can hold only one real estate license (broker, principal broker, or property manager) at a time. Qualifications • Be 18 years old. • Have a high school diploma, GED, or international equivalent. • Must be able to pass a background check For more information please visit: https://www.oregon.gov/rea/licensing/Get_License/Pages/property_manager.aspx 

Instructor: Instructor, Volunteer
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: T   7:00PM-10:00PM   1/11/2022-2/22/2022

SOC 204 OW
GENERAL SOCIOLOGY
Presents basic theories, concepts, and processes involved in scientific study of society, including culture, socialization, social structure, social interaction, and formal organizations. 

Instructor: Breidinger, Jessica
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

SOC 205 CA
GENERAL SOCIOLOGY
Examines deviance. Studies social stratification, issues of social class, gender, racial and ethnic groups, the elderly, and collective behavior. 

Instructor: Dominick, Tara
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MWF   9:30AM-10:20AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

SOC 205 OA
GENERAL SOCIOLOGY
Examines deviance. Studies social stratification, issues of social class, gender, racial and ethnic groups, the elderly, and collective behavior. 

Instructor: Dominick, Tara
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MWF   9:30AM-10:20AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

SOC 205 OW
GENERAL SOCIOLOGY
Examines deviance. Studies social stratification, issues of social class, gender, racial and ethnic groups, the elderly, and collective behavior. 

Instructor: Breidinger, Jessica
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

SOWK 280 O1
SOCIAL WORK COOP WK EXP
Course Note: Course requires 36 hours per term, TBA with instructor. 

Instructor: Wolery, Becky
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

SOWK 280 O2
SOCIAL WORK COOP WK EXP
Course Note: Course requires 72 hours per term, TBA with instructor. 

Instructor: Wolery, Becky
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 2.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

SOWK 280 O3
SOCIAL WORK COOP WK EXP
Course Note: Course requires 108 hours per term, TBA with instructor. 

Instructor: Wolery, Becky
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

SP 111 CA
FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH
Instructs students to prepare and deliver a series of speech projects, including at least one video-taped speech. Provides critiques by the speaker, class members, and instructor. Prerequisites: Pass WR 95 with a C- or better, or suitable placement score. 

Instructor: Gill, Dennis
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   12:30PM-1:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

SP 111 OA
FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH
Instructs students to prepare and deliver a series of speech projects, including at least one video-taped speech. Provides critiques by the speaker, class members, and instructor. Prerequisites: Pass WR 95 with a C- or better, or suitable placement score. 

Instructor: Gill, Dennis
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   12:30PM-1:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

SP 111 OB
FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH
Instructs students to prepare and deliver a series of speech projects, including at least one video-taped speech. Provides critiques by the speaker, class members, and instructor. Prerequisites: Pass WR 95 with a C- or better, or suitable placement score. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Gill, Dennis
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   11:00AM-12:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

SP 111 OH
FUNDAMENTALS OF SPEECH
Instructs students to prepare and deliver a series of speech projects, including at least one video-taped speech. Provides critiques by the speaker, class members, and instructor. Prerequisites: Pass WR 95 with a C- or better, or suitable placement score. 

Instructor: Gill, Dennis
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

SP 219 CA
SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION
Stresses skill building and theory in decision making, goal setting, presentation planning, and knowledge of group process. Assists students in using effective small group techniques in a variety of settings. Prerequisites: Pass WR95 with a C- or better, or suitable placement score. 

Instructor: Gill, Dennis
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   9:30AM-10:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

SP 219 OA
SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION
Stresses skill building and theory in decision making, goal setting, presentation planning, and knowledge of group process. Assists students in using effective small group techniques in a variety of settings. Prerequisites: Pass WR95 with a C- or better, or suitable placement score. 

Instructor: Gill, Dennis
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   9:30AM-10:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

SP 219 OB
SMALL GROUP DISCUSSION
Stresses skill building and theory in decision making, goal setting, presentation planning, and knowledge of group process. Assists students in using effective small group techniques in a variety of settings. Prerequisites: Pass WR95 with a C- or better, or suitable placement score. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Gill, Dennis
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   8:00AM-9:20AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

SPAN 102 CV
1ST YEAR SPANISH II
First Year Spanish is based on the Standards of Learning Spanish. Instruction Incorporates the major organizing principles for the Standards for Foreign Language Learning: Communication, Cultures, Connections, Comparisons and Communities. Grammar is taught within the context of real world interaction in the target language (Spanish), including reading, writing, speaking, and listening. Pre-requisite: SPAN 101, Two years of high school Spanish, or instructor approval. 

Instructor: Tomkinson, Kimberly
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: TR   5:00PM-6:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

SPAN 102 OV
1ST YEAR SPANISH II
First Year Spanish is based on the Standards of Learning Spanish. Instruction Incorporates the major organizing principles for the Standards for Foreign Language Learning: Communication, Cultures, Connections, Comparisons and Communities. Grammar is taught within the context of real world interaction in the target language (Spanish), including reading, writing, speaking, and listening. Pre-requisite: SPAN 101, Two years of high school Spanish, or instructor approval. 

Instructor: Tomkinson, Kimberly
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: TR   5:00PM-6:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

SPAN 103 OW
1ST YEAR SPANISH III
First Year Spanish is based on the Standards of Learning Spanish. Instruction Incorporates the major organizing principles for the Standards for Foreign Language Learning: Communication, Cultures, Connections, Comparisons and Communities. Grammar is taught within the context of real world interaction in the target language (Spanish), including reading, writing, speaking, and listening. Prerequisite: SPAN 102 or Instructor permission. 

Instructor: Tomkinson, Kimberly
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

STEP 051 OA
STEPS TO SUCCESS
 

Instructor: Wheeler, Charla
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: MW   1:00PM-1:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

STEP 051 OB
STEP SI MATH
 

Instructor: Wheeler, Charla
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: MW   10:00AM-11:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WELD 090 5 NC
PLATE WELD-3/8 IN SETUP & VIS INSP
Course provides preparation, machine set up, materials and equipment for the student to test welding skills on 3/8" plate to an AWS D1.1 Welder Performance Qualification test (limited thickness). this is the Initial Proctoring and Visual Inspection portion of the test. The course has a co-requisite of WELD 211, which is the bend test portion of the AWS D1.1 Welder Performance Qualification test. Prerequisite: Instructor approval required. 

Instructor: Folke, Luke
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WELD 090 5 OA
PLATE WELD-3/8 IN SETUP & VIS INSP
Course provides preparation, machine set up, materials and equipment for the student to test welding skills on 3/8" plate to an AWS D1.1 Welder Performance Qualification test (limited thickness). this is the Initial Proctoring and Visual Inspection portion of the test. The course has a co-requisite of WELD 211, which is the bend test portion of the AWS D1.1 Welder Performance Qualification test. Prerequisite: Instructor approval required. 

Instructor: Folke, Luke
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WELD 090 6 NC
PLATE WELD-3/8 IN DESTRUCTIVE TEST
Course provides the ability to have the results of WELD 210 welding visual test; further tested to comply with AWS welding standards. This course is the destructive/bend test required to AWS qualification standards. Prerequisite: Instructor approval required. 

Instructor: Folke, Luke
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WELD 090 6 OA
PLATE WELD-3/8 IN DESTRUCTIVE TEST
Course provides the ability to have the results of WELD 210 welding visual test; further tested to comply with AWS welding standards. This course is the destructive/bend test required to AWS qualification standards. Prerequisite: Instructor approval required. 

Instructor: Folke, Luke
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WELD 090 7 NC
PLATE WELD-1 IN SETUP & VISUAL INSP
Course provides preparation, machine set up, materials and equipment for the student to test welding skill on 1" plate to an AWS D1.1 Welder Performance Qualification Test (unlimited thickness). This is the initial Proctoring and Visual Inspection portion of the test. The course has a co-requisite of WELD 221, which is the bend test portion of the AWS D1.2 Welder Performance Qualification Test. Prerequisite: Instructor approval required. 

Instructor: Folke, Luke
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WELD 090 7 OA
PLATE WELD-1 IN SETUP & VISUAL INSP
Course provides preparation, machine set up, materials and equipment for the student to test welding skill on 1" plate to an AWS D1.1 Welder Performance Qualification Test (unlimited thickness). This is the initial Proctoring and Visual Inspection portion of the test. The course has a co-requisite of WELD 221, which is the bend test portion of the AWS D1.2 Welder Performance Qualification Test. Prerequisite: Instructor approval required. 

Instructor: Folke, Luke
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WELD 090 8 NC
PLATE WELD-1 IN DESTRUCTIVE PROCESS
This course is a co-req for course WELD 220 the one inch plate welding qualification test. This is the second half of the exam. If the student passes WELD 220, the instructor will allow the student to proceed with the destructive portion of the exam. Course provides the ability to have the results of WELD 220 welding visual test, further tested to comply with AWS D1.1. Welding Performance Qualification Test standards. This course is the destructive/bend test required to meet these test standards. Prerequisite: Instructor approval. 

Instructor: Folke, Luke
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WELD 090 8 OA
PLATE WELD-1 IN DESTRUCTIVE PROCESS
This course is a co-req for course WELD 220 the one inch plate welding qualification test. This is the second half of the exam. If the student passes WELD 220, the instructor will allow the student to proceed with the destructive portion of the exam. Course provides the ability to have the results of WELD 220 welding visual test, further tested to comply with AWS D1.1. Welding Performance Qualification Test standards. This course is the destructive/bend test required to meet these test standards. Prerequisite: Instructor approval. 

Instructor: Folke, Luke
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WELD 090 9 NC
PIPE WELDING-SETUP & VISUAL INSPECT
Course provides preparation, machine set up, materials and equipment for the student to test welding skills on various types of pipe to AWS standards. Prerequisite: Instructor approval required. 

Instructor: Folke, Luke
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WELD 090 9 OA
PIPE WELDING-SETUP & VISUAL INSPECT
Course provides preparation, machine set up, materials and equipment for the student to test welding skills on various types of pipe to AWS standards. Prerequisite: Instructor approval required. 

Instructor: Folke, Luke
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WELD 091 0 NC
PIPE WELDING-DESTRUCTIVE PROCESS
This course is a co-req with WELD 230 the Pipe Welding qualification test. This is the second half of the exam. If the student passes WELD 230, the instructor will allow the student to proceed with the destructive portion of the exam. 

Instructor: Folke, Luke
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WELD 091 0 OA
PIPE WELDING-DESTRUCTIVE PROCESS
This course is a co-req with WELD 230 the Pipe Welding qualification test. This is the second half of the exam. If the student passes WELD 230, the instructor will allow the student to proceed with the destructive portion of the exam. 

Instructor: Folke, Luke
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WELD 103 OA
SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING II
Instruction given in the selection and use of Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) equipment and in the basic techniques of safely welding ferrous metal in the five American Welding Society defined joint configurations and in the flat, horizontal, vertical and overhead positions. Included is the selection and use of mild steel electrodes. Prerequisite: WELD 150, or instructor approval 

Instructor: Pearson, Drew
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 5.00
Schedule: TR   4:00PM-7:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WELD 103 OB
SHIELDED METAL ARC WELDING II
Instruction given in the selection and use of Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) equipment and in the basic techniques of safely welding ferrous metal in the five American Welding Society defined joint configurations and in the flat, horizontal, vertical and overhead positions. Included is the selection and use of mild steel electrodes. Prerequisite: WELD 150, or instructor approval 

Instructor: Pearson, Drew
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 5.00
Schedule: MW   10:00AM-1:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WELD 106 OA
FLUX CORED ARC WELDING
Instruction given in the selection and use of Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW) equipment and in the basic techniques of safely welding ferrous and metal in the five American Welding Society defined joint configurations and in the flat, horizontal, vertical and overhead positions. Proper electrode selection will be covered. Prerequisite: WELD 160, or instructor approval 

Instructor: Pearson, Drew
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MWF   2:00PM-3:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WELD 131 OA
PERFORMANCE WELDING-SMAW
Performance Welding-SMAW is designed for the student who needs to develop a higher level of manipulative skill proficiency then obtained in WELD 150 or WELD 103. Prerequisite: WELD 150, or instructor approval 

Instructor: Pearson, Drew
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 2.00
Schedule: TR      1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WELD 132 OB
PERFORMANCE WELDING-GMAW
Performance Welding-GMAW is designed for the student who needs to develop a higher level of manipulative skill proficiency then obtained in WELD 160 or WELD 104. Prerequisite: WELD 160, or instructor approval 

Instructor: Pearson, Drew
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 2.00
Schedule: TR      1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WELD 133 OA
PERFORMANCE WELDING-FCAW
Performance Welding-FCAW is designed for the student who needs to develop a higher level of manipulative skill proficiency then obtained in WELD 160, or WELD 105. Prerequisite: WELD 160, or instructor approval 

Instructor: Pearson, Drew
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 2.00
Schedule: TR      1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WELD 134 OA
PERFORMANCE WELDING-GTAW
Performance Welding-GTAW is designed for the student who needs to develop a higher level of manipulative skill proficiency then obtained in WELD160. Prerequisite: WELD 160 or instructor approval 

Instructor: Pearson, Drew
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 2.00
Schedule: TR      1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WELD 135 OA
PERFORMANCE WELDING-CODE PRACTICAL
Performance welding-Code Practical Plate is designed for the student who needs to develop a higher level of manipulative skill in preparation for a practical weld qualification test. Prerequisite: WELD 103, or instructor approval 

Instructor: Pearson, Drew
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 2.00
Schedule: TR      1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WELD 160 OA
BASIC WELDING II
Designed to give the student a basic knowledge and ability to safely set up and operate the Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW), and Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) processes. 

Instructor: Toomey, Timothy
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 5.00
Schedule: MW   4:00PM-7:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WELD 160 OB
BASIC WELDING II
Designed to give the student a basic knowledge and ability to safely set up and operate the Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW), and Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) processes. 

Instructor: Pearson, Drew
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 5.00
Schedule: TR   10:00AM-1:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WORK 092 1 YA
M-410 FACILITATIVE INSTRUCTOR
 

Instructor: Reinheardt, Geneva
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: MTWRF   8:00AM-5:00PM   1/10/2022-1/14/2022

WORK 092 1 YB
M-410 FACILITATIVE INSTRUCTOR
 

Instructor: Reinheardt, Geneva
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 0.00
Schedule: MTWRF   8:00AM-5:00PM   1/10/2022-1/14/2022

WR 090 CA
FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPOSITION
Develops basic writing skills such as sentence structure, grammar, and punctuation used in paragraph structure. Prerequisite: suitable placement score. Course Note: Eng 050 CE Tutoring Session required. 

Instructor: Thomas, Peter
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   8:00AM-9:20AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WR 090 OA
FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPOSITION
Develops basic writing skills such as sentence structure, grammar, and punctuation used in paragraph structure. Prerequisite: suitable placement score. Course Note: ENG 050 OE Tutoring Session required. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Burks, Brian
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   11:00AM-12:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WR 095 CA
ENGLISH COMPOSITION
Emphasizes basic grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, and paragraph development necessary for effective college-level writing. Prerequisites: Pass WR 90 with a "C-" or better, or suitable placement score. Course Note: Eng 050 CE Tutoring Session required. 

Instructor: Thomas, Peter
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   8:00AM-9:20AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WR 095 OB
ENGLISH COMPOSITION
Emphasizes basic grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, and paragraph development necessary for effective college-level writing. Prerequisites: Pass WR 90 with a "C-" or better, or suitable placement score. Course Note: ENG 050 OE Tutoring Session required. 

Instructor: Faulk, Laura
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: TR   2:00PM-3:20PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WR 095 OD
ENGLISH COMPOSITION
Emphasizes basic grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, and paragraph development necessary for effective college-level writing. Prerequisites: Pass WR 90 with a "C-" or better, or suitable placement score. 

Instructor: Burks, Brian
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   5:30PM-6:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WR 095 OW
ENGLISH COMPOSITION
Emphasizes basic grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, and paragraph development necessary for effective college-level writing. Prerequisites: Pass WR 90 with a "C-" or better, or suitable placement score. 

Instructor: Gill, Dennis
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WR 115 CA
INTRO TO COLLEGE WRITING
Develops the students' critical thinking skills and emphasizes basic competence in grammar, mechanics, and sentence structure, with particular attention to unified writing, and coherent essays. Prerequisites: Pass WR 95 with a C- or better, or suitable placement score 

Instructor: Thomas, Peter
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   10:00AM-11:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WR 115 OA
INTRO TO COLLEGE WRITING
Develops the students' critical thinking skills and emphasizes basic competence in grammar, mechanics, and sentence structure, with particular attention to unified writing, and coherent essays. Prerequisites: Pass WR 95 with a C- or better, or suitable placement score. 

Instructor: Faulk, Laura
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   10:00AM-11:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WR 115 OB
INTRO TO COLLEGE WRITING
Develops the students' critical thinking skills and emphasizes basic competence in grammar, mechanics, sentence structure, with particular attention to unified writing, and coherent essays. Prerequisites: Pass WR 95 with a "C-" or better, or suitable placement score 

Instructor: Mahaffey, Phillip
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: TR   12:00PM-1:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WR 115 OW
INTRO TO COLLEGE WRITING
Develops the students' critical thinking skills and emphasizes basic competence in grammar, mechanics, sentence structure, with particular attention to unified writing, and coherent essays. Prerequisites: Pass WR 95 with a "C-" or better, or suitable placement score 

Instructor: Wilson, Marc
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WR 115 WW
INTRO TO COLLEGE WRITING
Develops the students' critical thinking skills and emphasizes basic competence in grammar, mechanics, and sentence structure, with particular attention to unified writing, and coherent essays. Prerequisites: Pass WR 95 with a C- or better, or suitable placement score. 

Instructor: Coyne, Christina
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WR 121 CB
ENGLISH COMPOSITION
Teaches students to write focused, logically organized, and well-transitioned academic essays on a variety of topics, including literature. Emphasizes critical thinking, reading, and writing with close attention to development strategies, identification of purpose, and revision. Reviews grammar, punctuation, and style. Prerequisites: Pass WR 115 with a C- or better, or suitable placement score. 

Instructor: Gill, Dennis
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   2:00PM-3:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WR 121 OA
ENGLISH COMPOSITION
Teaches students to write focused, logically organized, and well-transitioned academic essays on a variety of topics, including literature. Emphasizes critical thinking, reading, and writing with close attention to development strategies, identification of purpose, and revision. Reviews grammer, punctuation, and style. Prerequisites: Pass WR 115 with a "C-" or better, or suitable placement score 

Instructor: Gluch, Michelle
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: TR   10:00AM-11:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WR 121 OB
ENGLISH COMPOSITION
Teaches students to write focused, logically organized, and well-transitioned academic essays on a variety of topics, including literature. Emphasizes critical thinking, reading, and writing with close attention to development strategies, identification of purpose, and revision. Reviews grammer, punctuation, and style. Prerequisites: Pass WR 115 with a "C-" or better, or suitable placement score 

Instructor: Gill, Dennis
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   2:00PM-3:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WR 121 OC
ENGLISH COMPOSITION
Teaches students to write focused, logically organized, and well-transitioned academic essays on a variety of topics, including literature. Emphasizes critical thinking, reading, and writing with close attention to development strategies, identification of purpose, and revision. Reviews grammer, punctuation, and style. Prerequisites: Pass WR 115 with a "C-" or better, or suitable placement score. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Faulk, Laura
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   8:00AM-9:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WR 121 OW
ENGLISH COMPOSITION
Teaches students to write focused, logically organized, and well-transitioned academic essays on a variety of topics, including literature. Emphasizes critical thinking, reading, and writing with close attention to development strategies, identification of purpose, and revision. Reviews grammer, punctuation, and style. Prerequisites: Pass WR 115 with a "C-" or better, or suitable placement score Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Wilson, Marc
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WR 121 WW
ENGLISH COMPOSITION
Teaches students to write focused, logically organized, and well-transitioned academic essays on a variety of topics, including literature. Emphasizes critical thinking, reading, and writing with close attention to development strategies, identification of purpose, and revision. Reviews grammer, punctuation, and style. Prerequisites: Pass WR 115 with a "C-" or better, or suitable placement score. 

Instructor: Wilson, Marc
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WR 122 CD
ENGLISH COMPOSITION
Continues the goals of WR 121 and examines the logical means of developing ideas in argumentative essays. Emphasizes the identification, analysis, and evaluation of argumentative elements, audience, and style. Selecting, evaluating, and documenting sources will also be stressed. Prerequisites: Pass WR 121 with a "C-" or better. 

Instructor: Mahaffey, Phillip
Location: Caldwell Center
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   12:00PM-1:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WR 122 OC
ENGLISH COMPOSITION
Continues the goals of WR 121 and examines the logical means of developing ideas in argumentative essays. Emphasizes the identification, analysis, and evaluation of argumentative elements, audience, and style. Selecting, evaluating, and documenting sources will also be stressed. Prerequisites: Pass WR 121 with a "C-" or better. Course Note: ENG 050 OE Tutoring Session required. 

Instructor: Gluch, Michelle
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: TR   8:00AM-9:50AM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WR 122 OD
ENGLISH COMPOSITION
Continues the goals of WR 121 and examines the logical means of developing ideas in argumentative essays. Emphasizes the identification, analysis, and evaluation of argumentative elements, audience, and style. Selecting, evaluating, and documenting sources will also be stressed. Prerequisites: Pass WR 121 with a "C-" or better. Course Note: ENG 050 OE Tutoring Session required. 

Instructor: Mahaffey, Phillip
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: MW   12:00PM-1:50PM   1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WR 122 OW
ENGLISH COMPOSITION
Continues the goals of WR 121 and examines the logical means of developing ideas in argumentative essays. Emphasizes the identification, analysis, and evaluation of argumentative elements, audience, and style. Selecting, evaluating, and documenting sources will also be stressed. Prerequisites: Pass WR 121 with a "C-" or better. 

Instructor: Wilson, Marc
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WR 122 WW
ENGLISH COMPOSITION
Continues the goals of WR 121 and examines the logical means of developing ideas in argumentative essays. Emphasizes the identification, analysis, and evaluation of argumentative elements, audience, and style. Selecting, evaluating, and documenting sources will also be stressed. Prerequisites: Pass WR 121 with a "C-" or better. 

Instructor: Faulk, Laura
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022

WR 123 OX
ENGLISH COMPOSITION
Assists students in using successful steps for the research process, including formulating research proposals, using effective search strategies, analyzing and evaluating sources, and demonstrating mastery of documentation. Emphasis is on writing a lengthy research paper which will support an argumentative thesis using appropriate rhetorical strategies, applicable evidence, and effective language. Prerequisites: Pass WR 122 with a "C-" or better. 

Instructor: Wilson, Marc
Location: Ontario Campus
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       1/3/2022-3/18/2022