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TVCC offers a Distance Education program as a convenient option for all students and is especially helpful for those who have demanding work or life schedules, live beyond commuting distance, or may be homebound.

Distance Education allows you the opportunity to advance your educational career when it is convenient for you. You can study from home and never have to commute.

Classes are taken and monitored through Blackboard Learning Management System. This program provides a web-based portal for students to access coursework, submit homework, take assessments, and interact with instructors over the Internet.

Advanced computer skills are not necessary; however your computer becomes your learning tool and must be sufficient to run current software. Your Internet speed should be fast enough to connect to Blackboard and enable you to perform such tasks as downloading instructions, uploading assignments, and taking quizzes.

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ANS 211 OW
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: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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 Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Fink, Ted
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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 Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Fink, Ted
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

AV 121 OW
RISK MANAGEMENT-AVIATION SMS
This course covers fundamentals of Aviation Risk Management. Students will comprehend risk management process that may be applied during the major levels of flight operations including Operational Risk Management (ORM), and Strategic Risk Management for corporate planning. Prerequisite: AV 120 

Instructor: Hanks, Ronald
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

AV 123 OW
AVIATION BUSINESS & LEGAL ASPECTS
This provides the student with a thorough overview of aviation business techniques that improve safety awareness. The lectures discuss how promoting safety improves the operational efficiency, enhances learning, and results in a highly reliable organization. Legal aspects and principles of a positive safety culture will be taught. Prerequisite: AV 120 

Instructor: Hamilton, John
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

AV 125 OW
INTRO TO AVIATION ACCIDENT INVESTIG
This course introduces the student to Aviation Accident Investigation responsibilities, techniques and processes. An understanding of the role a pilot plays in mishaps will prepare them to assist the NTSB and the FAA with their roles in mishap investigation and accident prevention. The development of abilities to recognize human error that leads to a mishap chain of event aids the student to avoid situations and enhance their career development. Prerequisite: AV 120 

Instructor: Shambora, Eric
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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

Instructor: Renk, Stephanie
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

BA 104 OH
BUSINESS MATH
Applies mathematical skills to solve business and consumer problems. Includes business applications such as computing finance charges, taxes, discounts, markups, inventory value, bond discount/premium, and present/future value analysis. Prerequisite: MATH 60. 

Instructor: Bell, Darin
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule: TR   2:00PM-2:50PM   3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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: McFetridge, Travis
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

BA 203 OW
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
Introduces business activities that cross national boundaries. Studies the concepts of international business: its theories and framework for analysis of international transactions. 

Instructor: Attila, Kevin
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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: Tomkinson, Kimberly
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

BA 206 OW
PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT
Introduces the principles of management, concentrating on organizational structures, planning principles, organizing, leading, controlling, and management techniques. 

Instructor: Renk, Stephanie
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

BA 213 OW
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: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

BA 243 OW
CONSUMER BEHAVIOR
Introduces the dynamic interaction of affect and cognition, behavior, and the environment by which people conduct the exchange aspects of their lives. 

Instructor: Banner, Marshiela
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

BA 250 OH
SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT
Presents the fundamentals of owning and managing a small business, including organizational, financial, marketing, and management concepts. Studies the dominant impact of small business. Prerequisites: BA 211, BA 206, and BA 223. 

Instructor: Bell, Darin
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule: MW   12:30PM-1:50PM   3/30/2020-6/12/2020

BIOL 101 OW
GENERAL BIOLOGY & 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. Intended for non-science majors. 

Instructor: Larson, Arwyn
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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: Web
Credits: 5.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

BIOL 233 OH
HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY
Studies respiratory, digestive, excretory, and reproductive systems. Lab required. Prerequisite: BIOL 231 or BIOL 232. 

Instructor: Winters, Kerby
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

BIZC 092 ZA
OR CCB EXAM STUDY GUIDE
The Contractors Licensing Education is designed to help the construction contractor meet educational requirements of ORS 701.280 for licensing or renewal. • NASCLA Contractors Guide to Business, Law and Project Management Oregon Construction Contractors 2nd edition • Chapter and Quick Reference Tabs for your manual • Test study tips • 14 Chapter tests plus a Timed Test similar to the state test • Over 450 practice test questions and a timed test • Study log • Highlighter pen • All material is easy to understand and simple to use 

Instructor: Instructor, Volunteer
Location: Web
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       3/21/2020-6/12/2020

BIZC 092 W 04
ED2GO:HORSE CARE MANAGEMENT PART1
To register for this class, please visit: https://careertraining.ed2go.com/tvccdel/training-programs/horse-care-management Horse Care Management teaches the principles of equine husbandry and a practical knowledge of horse care management skills. This comprehensive course is perfect for individuals interested in horses, horse care, or starting a career in the horse industry 

Instructor: Education To Go, Education To Go
Location: Web
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

BIZC 092 W 06
ED2GO:TBA
 

Instructor: Education To Go, Education To Go
Location: Web
Credits: 0.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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: Stephens, Nila
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

BT 102 OW
KEYBOARDING II
Applies drills specific to speed building and achieving 60 wpm or better. Does not include word processing concepts. Lab included. Prerequisite: Minimum typing speed of 35 wpm. 

Instructor: Stephens, Nila
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

BT 242 OW
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: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

CHEM 104 OW
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. Prerequisites: MATH 60, or suitable placement score. 

Instructor: Rawlinson, Nathan
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

CJ 203 OW
CRISIS INTERVENTION
Presents techniques and approaches to crisis intervention for entry level criminal justice professionals. Covers initial intervention, defusing and assessment, resolution and/or referral, with emphasis on safety. Includes personal effectiveness, recognition of threat levels, voluntary compliance, verbal and non-verbal communication, active listening, and mediation. 

Instructor: Breidinger, Jessica
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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: McFetridge, Travis
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

EDUC 149 OW
INFANT/TODDLER CAREGIVING
Presents caregiving techniques for infants and toddlers with special emphasis on group care practices for this age. Studies routines, such as nutrition, feeding, diapering, sleep, and nurturing. Reviews roles of parents, nannies, family daycare provider, and center caregiver provider. 

Instructor: Bolyard, Suzanne
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

EDUC 154 OW
LITERATURE & LITERACY FOR ECE
Studies how emergent literacy and literature develop in young children, including strategies for working with families of diverse learning styles, in order to promote and support literacy in the home. 

Instructor: Bolyard, Suzanne
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

EDUC 157 OW
MATH DEVELOPMENT FOR ECE
Studies developmentally appropriate practices for readiness in math skills. Focuses on color and shape, number recognition, attribution, sorting, organizing, simple problem solving, calendar events, counting, time, and patterns. Uses manipulatives as the major strategy. 

Instructor: Bolyard, Suzanne
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

EDUC 233 OW
CRITICAL FACTORS IN PARENT NEGLECT
Focuses upon the study of child neglect, neglectful parents, the forces that have damaged parents, and strategies for teachers working with neglectful parents. 

Instructor: Breidinger, Jessica
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

EDUC 240 OW
CURRICULUM II- EARLY CHILDHOOD ED
Provides in-depth experiences for students in understanding and creating developmentally appropriate curriculum for young children. Involves student's use of technology as a means of developing curriculum. Familiarizes the student with technology infusion in early childhood education curriculum. 

Instructor: Bolyard, Suzanne
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

EDUC 245 OW
GUIDANCE II-EARLY CHILDHOOD ED
Surveys principles and practices of guidance, emphasizing conflict resolution, self-esteem builders, classroom management, educator's self-esteem, and effective communication with young children. 

Instructor: Bolyard, Suzanne
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

EDUC 258 OW
ETHNIC STUDIES FOR ECE EDUCATORS
Studies strategies for assisting classroom teachers in implementing appropriate programs for addressing cultural diversity within the classroom. 

Instructor: Bolyard, Suzanne
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

ENG 109 OW
INTRO TO WORLD LITERATURE
Explores the development and variety of world literature from the ancient world to the present, focusing on the Twentieth Century. Prerequisites: Pass WR 115 with a "C-" or better, or suitable placement score and pass READ 090, or suitable placement score. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Gill, Dennis
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

GSCI 107 OW
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. 

Instructor: Reynolds, Richard
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

GSCI 107 WW
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. 

Instructor: Reynolds, Richard
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

GSCI 161 OW
MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY I
Examines the pronunciation, spelling, origin, meaning, and usage of scientific terms employed by health care professionals. Emphasizes human anatomical terminology. Intended for students preparing for careers in the health professions. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Shoemaker, Jeretta
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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). Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Saldivar, Kilee
Location: Web
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-5/1/2020

HIST 202 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 westward movement, Civil War, industrial America, and the Progressive Era. 

Instructor: Smith, Amy
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

HSER 101 OW
ADDICTIONS PHARMACOLOGY
Explains how alcohol and other drugs are processed in the body and the brain. Includes the physiological effects of alcohol and other drugs on the human body, and the possible implications for the treatment and prevention of problems that arise from their use. Prerequisite: Pass WR 095 with a C- or better, or suitable placement score and pass READ 090, or suitable placement score. 

Instructor: Muntz, Jade
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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: Muntz, Jade
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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 No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Breidinger, Jessica
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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: Wallick, Drake
Location: Web
Credits: 5.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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. 

Instructor: Wallick, Drake
Location: Web
Credits: 5.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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. Prerequisites: MATH 060 Section with No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Borman, Greg
Location: Web
Credits: 1.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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 No-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Borman, Greg
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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: Weber, Renae
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

MATH 243 OW
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: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

OA 240 OW
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: Saldivar, Kilee
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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: Skousen, Debbie
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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: Skousen, Debbie
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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: Skousen, Debbie
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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: Skousen, Debbie
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

PSYC 203 OW
GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY
Stresses abnormal psychology and social psychology. Discusses theories of personality adjustment, abnormal psychology, psychological intervention, stress, conflict, and social psychology. Prerequisite: PSYC 201, or BIOL 101. 

Instructor: Skousen, Debbie
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

PSYC 236 OW
INTRO TO HUMAN DEVELOPMENT II
Discusses theoretical perspectives, and physiological, social, and psychological forces that impact the stages of human development from adolescence through late adulthood. Discusses special topics pertaining to those stages in life. Prerequisite: PSYC 201, or BIOL 101. 

Instructor: Skousen, Debbie
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

SOC 206 OW
GENERAL SOCIOLOGY
Applies sociological analysis of social change and trends in the family, religion, education, economics, politics, and medicine. 

Instructor: Breidinger, Jessica
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Gill, Dennis
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

SPAN 102 OW
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: Holderman, Claire
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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: Holderman, Claire
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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 and pass READ 090, or suitable placement score. 

Instructor: Wilson, Marc
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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 and pass READ 090, or suitable placement score. 

Instructor: Wilson, Marc
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

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: Wilson, Marc
Location: Web
Credits: 4.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020

WR 123 OW
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. Section with Low-cost Course Materials

Instructor: Wilson, Marc
Location: Web
Credits: 3.00
Schedule:       3/30/2020-6/12/2020