Fall 2013 Curriculum Class Schedule
Piedmont Community College Fall 2013 Curriculum Class Schedule
TABLE OF CONTENTS Biotechnology 6 Brown Bag Lunch Travel Series 15 Career and College Promise (NEW) 16-17 Carpentry 10 Caswell County Campus 18-21 Class Schedule 31-59 Computer Technology Integration 5 Cosmetology 10 Cosmetology (Caswell County Campus) 20 Criminal Justice 10 Degree in a Day! 6 Digital Effects & Animation Technology 20 Distance Learning Orientation 28-29 Faculty Advisors List 30 Film & Video Production Technology 21 Financial Aid 25 Graduation 2014 37 Health Care Technology 5 Health Sciences & Human Services 8 Historic Preservation Technology 4 How to Enroll 22 Important Dates 2 Information Monitors & Facebook 43 International Business 8 Kirby Learning Studios 13 Learning Resources Centers & Bookclub 57 Medical Coding 7 Medical Office Administration 9 New Student Orientation 26 Office Administration 9 PCC Trip (China 2014!) 14 Pell Grants 24 Placement Test Dates 47 Registration Information 3 Scholarships 25 Student Government Association and SAC 35 Sustainability Technology 11 Renaissance Faire - StepN2theArtZ 2014! 12 Student IDâ€™s 27 Student Expenses & Fees (Updated!) 23 Student Handbook & Planner 2013-14 38 WebAdvisor 39 Return to the Table of Contents 2 IMPORTANT DATES Important Dates July 1 July 18 July 24-25 (9 a.m. – 6:30 p.m) Aug. 1 Priority deadline to apply for Financial Aid Deadline to finalize Financial Aid applications All missing documents requested must be returned Fall Registration All Financial Aid students not approved or completed must pay in full or have a payment plan in place. Last day to pay for registration Any registrations that have not been paid by this date will be cancelled. Late Registration Tuition must be paid at the time of registration. Late Registration Tuition must be paid at the time of registration. Last day to withdraw with full refund Distance Learning Face-to-Face Orientation Person Campus H218 or Caswell Campus K206 First day of classes Last day to add a class Registration for Saturday classes Saturday classes begin 10% point (Term Census Date) Last day to drop with 75% refund Labor Day Holiday (College Closed) 13-week classes begin Pell Grant checks mailed Deadline to submit Application for Graduation – Fall 2012 Completers Deadline to submit Application for PCC Foundation Scholarship – Spring Semester Fall break Registration Second Mini-mester Second Mini-mester classes begin Veteran’s Day Holiday (College Closed) Last day to withdraw from a class without receiving a grade Thanksgiving Holiday (College Closed) Spring 2014 Registration Last day of classes Aug. 14-15 (9 a.m. – 6:30 p.m) Aug. 16 (9 a.m. – 3:30 p.m) Aug. 16 Aug. 16 (10 - 11:30 a.m. & 2 - 3:30 p.m) Aug. 19 Aug. 21 Aug. 24 (8 - 10 a.m.) Aug. 24 Aug. 29 Sept. 2 Sept. 10 Oct. 2 Oct. 7 Oct. 11 Oct. 14-15 Oct. 16 (9 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.) Oct. 17 Nov. 11 Nov. 25 Nov. 26-30 Dec. 3-4 (9 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.) Dec. 18 Return to the Table of Contents REGISTRATION INFORMATION 3 Registration Information GET READY TO REGISTER FOR FALL SEMESTER! Registration: July 24-25 (9 a.m.–6:30 p.m.) Late Registration: Aug. 14-15 (9 a.m.–6:30 p.m.) & Aug. 16 (9 a.m.–3:30 p.m.) Registration for Saturday Classes: Aug. 24 (8 a.m.–10 a.m.) Registration for Second Minimester: Oct. 16 (9 a.m.-6:30 p.m.) CLASSES BEGIN : MONDAY, AUGUST 19 Where to Register: Person County Campus Building E Caswell County Campus Building K Returning students should see their academic advisors. Distance Education Online Orientation http://courses.piedmontcc.edu Available beginning July 24 Face-to-Face Orientation & Blackboard Tutorial Person County Campus in H218 Caswell County Campus in K206 August 16, 10-11:30 a.m. August 16, 2-3:30 p.m. August 19, 3-4:30 p.m. August 21, 7-8:30 p.m. Libbie McPhaul-Moore, DE Coordinator/Instructor (336) 322-2220, email@example.com Angela Vaughn, DE Staff Assistant (336) 322-2138, firstname.lastname@example.org Contacts for Distance Education Return to the Table of Contents 4 NEW: HISTORIC PRESERVATION TECHNOLOGY PRESERVATION New for Fall 2013 Historic TECHNOLOGY Whether you're a college student, a working professional, or just a lover of history looking for a challenge, everyone is welcome to participate in our unique program. Historic Preservation classes are now open for enrollment: students of all backgrounds and levels of experience can participate. Course work includes archival research, building design, drafting, conservation techniques, building renovation, field data collection, historic preservation, documentation, sustainable building design, and the application of preservation law. PCCâ€™s Preservation program provides a solid foundation for students seeking the basic building blocks of preservation theory and practice. Courses will be offered throughout the year both on campus and online! Fall Course Offeringsâ€Ś HPT 111 Principles of Historic Preservation HPT 131A Fundamentals of Carpentry and Construction DFT 115 Architectural Drafting HIS 131 American History I To learn more about the Historic Preservation program, contact Shelly T. Stone, Dean of Caswell Curriculum Programs, at (336) 694-5707, ext. 222. Return to the Table of Contents NEW: COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY INTEGRATION AND HEALTH CARE TECHNOLOGY 5 Computer Technology Computer Technology Integration (CTI) will begin this fall. The CTI program prepares graduates for employment as designers, testers, support technicians, administrators, developers, or programmers with organizations that use computers to design, process, manage, and communicate information, depending on the technical path selected within the curriculum. Graduates should qualify for employment in entry-level positions with businesses, educational systems, and governmental agencies which rely on computer systems to design and manage information. The program will incorporate the competencies of industryrecognized certification exams. Students may choose from among four IT tracks within the CTI program. The four tracks are: Desktop and Network Support Computer Programming For more information, contact Donna Smith at (336) 599-1181, ext. 2196 For more information, contact Paul Phillips at (336) 599-1181, ext. 2193 Emerging Information Technology Web Technologies For more information, contact Faith Harris at (336) 599-1181, ext. 2195 Contact Janet Bottoms at (336) 599-1181, ext. 2249 HealthCareTechnology Are you a Certified Nursing Assistant I who would like to advance your career? PCC will start a new program this fall just for you! The Health Care Technology program is a one year certificate program which will enhance the skills you already have. Upon completion of the program, you will not only have your Certified Nursing Assistant II certification, but you also will have Phlebotomy and EKG technology certifications and respiratory care skills. To learn more about this exciting new program, contact Alisa Montgomery, Interim Dean of Health Sciences and Human Services, at (336) 322-2213 or email@example.com. Fall Offering HCT 101 Tuesday-Thursday from 6-8:50 p.m. Return to the Table of Contents 6 BIOTECHNOLOGY | ACCOUNTING AND BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Program Areas BIOTECHNOLOGY Want to help heal the world, fuel the world or feed the world? Then the field of Biotechnology is for you. Modern biotechnology provides breakthrough products and technologies to combat debilitating and rare diseases, reduce our environmental footprint, feed the hungry, use less and cleaner energy, and have safer, cleaner and more efficient industrial manufacturing processes. PCC offers an A.A.S. degree, diploma and certificate in Biotechnology. The Biotechnology curriculum is designed to meet the increasing demands for skilled laboratory technicians in various fields of biological and chemical technology. Graduates may find employment in various areas of industry and government, including research and development, manufacturing, sales, and customer service. Upon completion of the Biotechnology degree, PCC has transfer agreements with four-year institutions, some of which offer full scholarships. DEGREE IN A DAY CONTINUES! ACCOUNTING & BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Do you have one day a week you can devote to earning your Associate in Applied Science degree? If so, you may be interested to know that PCC offers classes on Wednesdays in its Distance Learning Classroom that are required for the Accounting and Business Administration AAS degrees. Students may obtain their degree by taking these classes along with some Internet classes. Classes are available on both the Person and Caswell campuses every Wednesday. Some of these courses are also included in the Business Administration â€“ International Business AAS degree requirements. William Hatchett E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Office: Person County, C107 Phone: (336) 599-1181, ext. 2225 Mark Wencel E-mail: email@example.com Office: Person County, C107 Phone: (336) 599-1181, ext. 2180 Dr. Charles Kubicek Nicholas Ogada E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Office: Person County Campus, L124 Phone: (336) 322-2194 E-mail: email@example.com Office: Person County, L124 Phone: (336) 322-2184 Return to the Table of Contents HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY | MEDICAL CODING 7 WHATâ€™S COMING UP IN OUR FALL 2013 SEMESTER FOR YOU! EARN A HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY DEGREE, A MEDICAL CODING CERTIFICATE, OR BOTH! Prepare yourself for future employment in business and financial operations for healthcare organizations including hospitals, medical offices, clinics, long-term care facilities and insurance companies with a degree in Healthcare Management Technology (HMT). Learn how to plan, organize, direct, and control tasks related to healthcare organizational objectives. Emphasis is placed on the development of effective communication, managerial, and supervisory skills. The HMT degree is designed so that students can also take the required courses for their medical coding certificate while working on their HMT degree. After students receive their medical coding certificate, they are eligible to take the medical coding exam in order to become a Certified Professional Coder (CPC). Students may also take just the medical coding certificatecourses. HMT graduates are eligible to sit for various certification exams upon completion of the degree with a combination of a minimum of two years of experience. Eligible certifications include, but are not limited to, the Professional Association of Healthcare Office Managers (PAHCOM), the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA), the Certified Patient Account Manager (CPAM) and the Certified Manager of Patient Accounts (CMPA) examinations. Upon completion of the HMT program, PCC students will be prepared for business and financial employment opportunities in the healthcare field. Alisa Montgomery E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Office: Person County, L111 Phone: (336) 599-1181, ext. 2213 Return to the Table of Contents 8 HEALTH SCIENCES, HUMAN SERVICES & INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS Program Areas HEALTH SCIENCES & HUMAN SERVICES Graduates of PCC’s Health Sciences Programs are caring for you all over Person County, the Triangle, and even northern Virginia! We have nurses, medical assistants, nursing assistants, and phlebotomists working at Person Memorial Hospital and medical offices in Roxboro, Duke Hospital and clinics, Durham Regional Hospital, UNC Hospitals, Danville Regional Medical Center, and Halifax Regional Medical Center. Your healthcare is in good hands with PCC graduates! Would you be interested in a career in one of the following programs? • Healthcare Technology • Healthcare Management Technology • Human Services • Medical Assisting • Nursing Assistant • Nursing • Phlebotomy • Medical Coding INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS Earn an A.A. S. degree in International Business and prepare for a career in any facet of the business world. Acquire the needed knowledge in all areas of business such as international accounting, international trade, international marketing, international economics and international law. The majority of courses in the International Business program are offered totally online. PCC will offer the following International Business courses online this fall: ACC 270.71 International Accounting INT 210.71 International Trade Nicholas Ogada E-mail: email@example.com Office: Person County, L124 Phone: (336) 322-2184 Alisa Montgomery E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Office: Person County, L111 Phone: (336) 599-1181, ext. 2213 Return to the Table of Contents MEDICAL OFFICE ADMINISTRATION, OFFICE ADMINISTRATION 9 WHAT’S COMING UP IN OUR FALL 2013 SEMESTER FOR YOU! MEDICAL OFFICE ADMINISTRATION The Medical Office Administration (MOA) program prepares individuals for employment in medical and other healthcare related offices. Employment opportunities are available in medical and dental offices, hospitals, insurance companies, laboratories, medical supply companies, and other healthcare related organizations. The MOA program is offered at the Person County Campus. Some courses are also offered online. This fall, OST 241.01C Medical Office Transcription I will be offered TTH from 2-3:15 p.m. on the Caswell County Campus. OFFICE ADMINISTRATION PCC’s Office Administration (OA) program prepares individuals for administrative careers as executive secretaries, office managers, office assistants, clerical supervisors, and administrative assistants. It equips office professionals to respond to the demands of a dynamic computerized workplace. Person County Campus Wanda Duncan E-mail: email@example.com Office: Person County, C101 Phone: (336) 599-1181, ext. 2231 Caswell County Campus LaToya Smith Merlette Walker E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Office: Caswell County, K216 Phone: (336) 694-5707, ext.287 E-mail: email@example.com Office: Person County, C101 Phone: (336) 599-1181, ext. 2171 Return to the Table of Contents 10 CARPENTRY, COSMETOLOGY & CRIMINAL JUSTICE Program Areas CARPENTRY Renovated lab space for practical hands-on construction experiences that prepare you for the workplace. New courses on the horizon to provide instruction related to codes and inspections and planning and estimating. Green Carpentry certificates with instruction lead by a certified Green Advantage Environmental Certified Practitioner. COSMETOLOGY Want to start your fall with a fresh new look? Why not stop by and check out our newly renovated Cosmetology lab on the Person County Campus or our beautiful lab on the Caswell County Campus. Enjoy the new work stations with stylish dĂŠcor and learning from our talented faculty. Day and evening classes are available. CRIMINAL JUSTICE Instructional courses day and evenings, weekends, online, and via the distance education classroom. Come investigate courses in the areas of Introduction to Criminal Justice System, Court Procedures and Evidence, Investigative Photography, Corrections, Substance Abuse and Law Enforcement Operations! Douglas Bent E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (336) 599-1181, ext. 2176 Deanna Ouzts E-mail: email@example.com Phone: (336) 599-1181, ext. 2241 Wendy Jones E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (336) 599-1181, ext. 2230 Return to the Table of Contents ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS, EARLY CHILDHOOD, WELDING AND SUSTAINABILITY 11 WHATâ€™S COMING UP IN OUR FALL 2013 SEMESTER FOR YOU! EARLY CHILDHOOD Courses offered day, evening, online and even weekends! Start a career that will impact the futures of our children. Dr. Carolyn Steele E-mail: email@example.com Phone: (336) 599-1181, ext. 2149 ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS OR INDUSTRIAL SYSTEMS Attention anyone interested in a mechanical or electrical career: Now is the time to sign up for classes. These programs are currently working with local industries to create co-op experiences for students to attend classes while they work. SUSTAINABILITY CERTIFICATE Earn this certificate in just two semesters and qualify to sit for the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners Exam (NABCEP)! Five of the six required courses will be taught this fall to get you on your way to sharing energy saving ideas with local companies. Come investigate courses in the areas of Introduction to Sustainability, DC/AC Electricity, Renewable Energy, Photovoltaic Systems and Industrial Safety! Roland Roberts E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org WELDING Experience hands-on coursework for metalworking under a certified AWS welder. Earn your certificate in two semesters! Phone: (336) 599-1181, ext. 2238 or David Wehrenberg E-mail: email@example.com Mac McCormick Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (336) 599-1181, ext. 2135 Scott Tatum E-mail: email@example.com Phone: (336) 599-1181, ext. 2178 Phone: (336) 599-1181, ext. 2173 Return to the Table of Contents 12 STEPN2THEARTZ 2013 - REN FAIRE! On September 19 and 20th, PCC will celebrate the 7th annual StepN2theArtZ celebration by taking participants back in time almost 500 years with a Renaissance Faire! Celebrate the days of knights and ladies, madrigal singers and jugglers, Shakespearean actors and lute players. For two days, the courtyard and meadows of Piedmont Community College will be transformed into a Renaissance Faire where students and community members can enjoy medieval feats of magic and a raucous good time. Come see artisans who create pottery and leather goods, eat a hearty bowl of stew, and laugh at the court jester. All acts are free to the public. Check our information, Facebook page forDr. updates For more contact Dawn Reno Langley, Dean of General Education and Developmental Studies, (336)-322-2207 or firstname.lastname@example.org throughout the summer. Return to the Table of Contents KIRBY LEARNING STUDIOS 13 KirbyLearningStudios At the Kirby Learning Studios this semester, PCC students can begin their study of the fine arts. Learn how to play the guitar, banjo or piano. Sing with PCC’s Chorus. Draw or paint your way into fame and fortune. Design a sculpture that might end up on campus. Act your heart out on stage. Mold a pottery vase. Have fun! Obtain an Associate in Fine Arts degree. Learn what it takes to be a working artist, sculptor, potter, musician, singer or actor. Come find out what you’re missing and take part in some of the community activities scheduled for the Kirby Gallery, Theater or at PCC’s main campus. For more information, contact Amy Levine (Fine Arts Curriculum Coordinator) at email@example.com or (336) 597-1766. Return to the Table of Contents 14 CHINA 2014! MAY 2014 CHINA That’s right; instructor Heather Barker will be leading a tour of Imperial China, and everyone is welcome to come. On the itinerary are the cities of Beijing, Xi’an, and Shanghai, the Great Wall of China, and Tiananmen Square. Join us to view the Terracotta warriors that are thousands of years old. Enjoy delicious authentic Chinese food and so much more! Below you will find two links. One will show you the itinerary, the other the costs. Make arrangements with EF Tours to make monthly payments. There’s still plenty of time to plan your budgets and get passports. Come travel with us! For more information or to sign up for the trip, contact Heather Barker, (336) 322-2197 or firstname.lastname@example.org CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION Relive Paris 2013! Return to the Table of Contents BROWN BAG LUNCH SERIES 15 PCCâ€™s Brown Bag Lunch Series on Travel Continues The Collegeâ€™s Diversity/Global Awareness Committee will continue to present the PCC Brown Bag Lunch Series, featuring PCC faculty and community members presenting on their travels to various countries. Presentations will be held on the Person County Campus and on the Caswell County Campus this coming fall. All presentations will be from 12-1 p.m. For more information, visit the PCC website for exact dates and presentation titles. The sessions are open to the public free of charge. Persons who attend are asked to bring their own lunches and beverages. Groups are also welcome to attend, but advance notification should be arranged by contacting: Mike Dossett at email@example.com or (336) 599-1181. Return to the Table of Contents 16 CAREEER & COLLEGE PROMISE Career Where can you get a head start on your college courses or your career path? At Piedmont Community College through the Career and College Promise programs of study. Why wait? Sign up now for the following programs: Career Technical Education Pathways Early Childhood Small Business Management Cosmetology International Business Criminal Justice Welding Construction Maintenance/Operation Digital Effects and Animation Film and Video Production Medical Assisting Electrical Systems High school students contact your counselor now or your local CCP coordinator on the Person or Caswell campus. On the Caswell County Campus contact: Katrina Madden at (336) 694-5707, ext. 224. On the Person County Campus contact: Suzanne Beshears at (336) 599-1181 ext. 2161. Return to the Table of Contents CAREEER & COLLEGE PROMISE 17 College Promise College Transfer Pathways Humanities and Social Sciences Business and Economics Life and Health Sciences Engineering and Mathematics Return to the Table of Contents 18 CASWELL COUNTY CAMPUS Caswell County Campus Your Future Begins Here! PCCâ€™s Caswell Campus has lots to offer! Whether you need help with financial aid, scholarships, advising, registration, counseling, tutoring, purchasing books, researching papers, computer assistance, writing resumes, job hunting, or job training, you will find resources and support here. The Caswell County Campus, now more than ever, offers educational programs to meet your personal and career needs. We offer programs in the areas of: HISTORIC PRESERVATION TECHNOLOGY ( NEW PROGRAM) UNIVERSITY TRANSFER FILM AND VIDEO PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY COSMETOLOGY MEDICAL OFFICE ADMINISTRATION CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY MEDICAL CODING DIGITAL EFFECTS AND ANIMATION TECHNOLOGY OFFICE ADMINISTRATION EARLY CHILDHOOD WELDING TECHNOLOGY Call PCC and ask to speak with a counselor today at (336) 694-5707. Return to the Table of Contents FOR WORKING ADULTS- CASWELL COUNTY CAMPUS PCC offers cost-effective, convenient, high-quality evening courses during each semester. Evening course offerings assist college students of all ages in achieving educational goals while balancing academic commitments with family and job responsibilities and time constraints. The Caswell County Campus features modern equipment and facilities, and qualified instructors who have your interests in mind. If you want to pursue a degree, diploma or certificate to enhance your job skills, change careers, or simply take classes of special interest, then enrolling in evening courses on the Caswell County Campus is right for you! Classes are offered Monday - Thursday from 3-10 p.m. Evening Classes EVENING CLASSES - CASWELL COUNTY CAMPUS 19 WELDING TECHNOLOGY The Welding Program teaches what you need to know and use on the job. Welding jobs are available with construction companies, welding shops, heavy equipment operations, utility and highway contractors, manufacturers of fabricated metal products and many more. EARLY CHILDHOOD PCCâ€™s Early Childhood Education Associateâ€™s degree and certificate course of study is designed to meet the ever-expanding needs for trained personnel in the field of early learning and childcare. With early childhood education degree programs, you increase your job opportunities and expand your knowledge. CRIMINAL JUSTICE TECHNOLOGY The Criminal Justice Technology curriculum is designed to provide knowledge of criminal justice systems and operations. Employment opportunities exist in a variety of local, state, and federal law enforcement, corrections, and security fields. Examples include police officer, deputy sheriff, county detention officer, state trooper, intensive probation/parole surveillance officer, correctional officer, and loss prevention specialist. John Moser E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Katrina Madden E-mail: email@example.com Phone: (336) 694- 5707, ext. 224 Phone: (336) 694-4212 Darrell McLean or Tonia Armstrong E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org E-mail: email@example.com Phone: (336) 694-4212 Return to the Table of Contents 20 COSMETOLOGY, DEAT Caswell Programs COSMETOLOGY Get Started Today on a New Career in Cosmetology! • • • • • • An in-demand career Great income potential Job security Use your creativity to help people look their best Flexible hours Gain the opportunity to work in a variety of career options - from salon owner to movie stylist DIGITAL EFFECTS & ANIMATION TECHNOLOGY Come join the digital revolution! Transform your artistic creativity into an exciting career. PCC’s Digital Effect & Animation Technology program offers a concentrated course of study in animation, postproduction, and special effects for games, television, or multi-media. The program is housed on PCC’s Caswell County Campus in Yanceyville and offers students hands-on learning opportunities using the latest animation software. Earn a degree in digital effects and animation and start a career in video game design, web and film development, or computer graphics adaptation. With the demand for skilled animators on the rise, job prospects are better than ever. Students with an aptitude in creative problem solving, drawing, design, photography and/or computer related visual communication should consider this rapidly expanding and competitive field. We are accepting new students throughout the summer. Clinical Hours of Operation for Services Monday – Thursday, 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Friday, 12:30 p.m.- 1:30 p.m. Evenings Tuesday & Wednesday, 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. Work done exclusively by advanced students. Walk-Ins welcome. No appointment necessary. Paula Hindman Robin McLean E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (336) 694-5707, ext. 234 E-mail: email@example.com Phone: (336) 694-5707, ext. 272 or Chelsea Porter Iris Edmunds E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (336) 694-5707, ext. 261 E-mail: email@example.com Phone: (336) 694.5707, ext. 274 Return to the Table of Contents FILM AND VIDEO PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY 21 WHAT’S COMING UP IN OUR FALL 2013 SEMESTER FOR YOU! FILM AND VIDEO PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY Our two-year hands-on program is the only one of its kind among the community colleges on the east coast! You begin learning equipment and techniques from the first day of class. In PCC’s Film program, you’ll work side by side with a unique group of people who share your passion to make great films. We believe there’s no better way to learn than by doing; that’s why your coursework will put you on-set, behind the camera, and in the editing suite. You’ll get hands-on experience working each position on-set, enabling you to get a feel for the role that each crew member plays in a film production. TRAINING THAT LEADS TO EMPLOYMENT As a film professional in North Carolina you can expect to earn anywhere from $24,056 per year to more than $56,990 per year. The median annual salary for film professionals in North Carolina is $37,940. Michael Corbett E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (336) 694-5707, ext. 271 or Ed Moye E-mail: email@example.com Phone: (336) 694-5707, ext. 273 Return to the Table of Contents 22 HOW TO ENROLL New and transfer students follow steps 1 through 5. Returning students follow steps 3 through 5. new & transfer students 1 2 Where: Student DevelopmentBuilding E, Person County Campus Room K122, Caswell County Campus • CHOOSE PROGRAM OF STUDY BEGIN THE ADMISSIONS PROCESS • • • Submit a completed PCC Application for Admission or online at http://www2.piedmontcc.edu/onlineapp Submit official transcripts of high school work, Adult High School Diploma, or GED scores, and if applicable, all post high school course work Schedule to take the Placement Test. If you have taken the Accuplacer or ASSET/ COMPASS at another community college you can have those scores forwarded to Office of Admissions. You can submit SAT scores of 500+ in reading, math, and writing to be exempt from testing. Contact the Office of Admissions for requirements that may apply to certain programs Where: Person County Campus, Building E, or (336) 322-2159. Caswell County Campus. Room K122, or (336) 694-5707, Ext. 226 returning students begin here 3 4 5 APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID (OPTIONAL) Where: Student Information DeskPerson County Campus, Building E, or (336) 322-2159. Room K122, Caswell County Campus, or (336) 694-5717, Ext. 226 REGISTER FOR CLASSES Where: Program Advisor’s Office PAY FOR TUITION Where: Pell Grant: Financial Aid Office Building E, Person County Campus or Student Devleopment Building K Room 122 Caswell County Campus All others: Business Office, Building A, Person County Campus or Building K Room 111, Caswell County Campus Return to the Table of Contents STUDENT EXPENSES 23 Student Expenses In-State Tuition: $71.50 per semester hour but not to exceed $1,144 per Fall, Spring, or Summer semester (subject to change by the NC General Assembly and/ or State Board of Community Colleges). Out-of-State Tuition: $263.50 per semester hour but not to exceed $4,216 per Fall, Spring, or Summer semester (subject to change by the NC General Assembly and/or the State Board of Community Colleges). Student fees provide funds for items and services not covered by tuition and registration fees. Student Activity Fees are charged to support student activities. Non-curriculum students are not required to pay the fee, but have an option to do so if they wish to participate in student activity programs. Technology Fees are charged to support the procurement, operation of, and repair of instructional technology including supplies and materials that accompany the technology. Campus Access Fees are charged to use the campus facilities, including parking, and to access College resources through distance learning. Student Liability Fees are charged to students whose course of study requires malpractice liability insurance. Student Fee Structure for 2013-14: Student Activity Fee $20 per semester (Fall and Spring) $10 per semester (Summer) Technology Fee $20 per semester (Fall and Spring) $10 per semester (Summer) Campus Access Fee $20 per semester (Fall and Spring) $10 per semester (Summer) Student Liability Fee $ 8 per semester (Fall, Spring and Summer) Student Accident Insurance $1.25 per semester (Fall, Spring, and Summer) Tuition Refund Policy Tuition refunds will be made upon request by the student as follows: Aug. 16: Last date to withdraw with 100% refund. Any course dropped between Aug. 18 and Aug. 30 will incur a 25% tuition charge. Aug. 29: Last date to withdraw with 75% refund. No refunds will be issued for withdrawal processed after Aug. 30. Return to the Table of Contents 24 PELL GRANTS REMEMBER: PRIORITY DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION FOR FALL 2013 IS JULY 1, 2013. Apply early to avoid the rush! Eligibility • • • • • • HOW TO APPLY FOR A PELL GRANT Demonstration of financial need Possession of a High School Diploma or GED Full-time or part-time enrollment in an associate degree program, diploma, or an eligible certificate U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen Compliance with selective service registration requirements (males only) Not in default on a federal student loan; no debt of overpayment of federal student aid funds Application Procedure • • • 1 2 Obtain FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid Worksheet) at: http://www.fafsa.ed.gov Student Information Desk Bldg. E, Person County Campus Room K122, Caswell County Campus Documents needed: • • • Income Tax Return 2012 Sources of Untaxed Income * Child support received or paid * Cash received or money paid on your behalf High School or GED transcripts 3 File the application (FAFSA): File on line at www.fafsa.ed.gov. **Only Option This Year** PCC staff are available to help students file on-line in the Student Development suite, Building E, Person County Campus and at the Caswell Campus. In addition, the Educational Opportunity Center, 204 W. Barton St. Roxboro, NC, has counselors available to assist with FASFA filing: Please call the EOC at (336) 599-0257 to schedule an appointment Helpful Tips: 1. If you apply on line and do not have a PIN #, print signature page, sign it and mail it in. 2. Keep a copy for your records. 3. PCC Federal School Code: 009646 Return to the Table of Contents FINANCIAL AID & SCHOLARSHIPS 25 NEED HELP PAYING FOR CLASSES? PCC offers many options for financial aid and scholarships including: Federal Financial Aid Federal Pell Grant awards are based on financial need. To apply for the fall semester 2013 complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible and no later than July 1. Approval in time for registration is not guaranteed for filings occurring after this date. The FAFSA is also required for several types of grants and scholarships. NC Community College Grant Program These state funds provide from $150.00 to $1,700.00 per year based on student need. Apply by filing the FAFSA. NC Education Lottery Scholarship (ELS) PCC Foundation Scholarships These state funds provide from $100 to $3,100.00 per year based on student need. Apply by filing the FAFSA. The Piedmont Community College Foundation awards approximately 110 scholarships annually to deserving students. Scholarships are awarded based on academic standing and financial need. For the spring 2014 term, scholarship applications are due October 11, 2013. For more information on available scholarships, contact the Foundation office at (336) 599-1181, ext. 2102. Veterans Benefits Veterans of military service may be eligible for educational benefits. For more information contact the Financial Aid Office at the Person County Campus or call 322-2159. North Carolina Model Teacher Education Consortium Reduced tuition, full payment of fees, and assistance with textbooks are available to employees of the Person County Board of Education who are interested in becoming teachers and who enroll in university-transfer courses at PCC. Call Model Teacher Consortium at 1-800-280-6985 or visit their website (www.ncmtec.org) for the latest information. North Carolina A&T Scholarships Payment Plan Non-renewable scholarships in the amount of $1,000 are available for a limited number of transfer students. For more information contact the Financial Aid Office at the Person County Campus or call 322-2159. Make college more affordable by paying for tuition and fees over time. Tuition payment plans break down your tuition balance into affordable monthly payments. Thereâ€™s no interest, payment options are flexible, setup fees are affordable, and itâ€™s easy to enroll! For more information, contact www.MyCollegePaymentPlan.com/pcc or call 800609-8056. Return to the Table of Contents 26 NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION will get you off to a good start! New Student Orientation New for Fall 2013 – Two ways to complete New Student Orientation New Student Orientation will introduce you to personnel and resources that will help you get started on the right track at PCC. Workshops include how to access information in the LRC (College Library) and how to access the College’s online resources to get you connected. You will hear from Student Leaders on how you can get involved. Information on working with academic advisors, financial aid status/ completion, and obtaining student IDs will also be provided. Face-to-Face Orientation Person County Campus in S100 on: Wednesday, July 17, and Tuesday, July 30, from 4 – 6 p.m.; Wednesday, Aug. 14, from 5 – 7 p.m. Caswell County Campus will be held on Tuesday, July 23, and Tuesday, Aug. 15, from 4 – 6 p.m. in K203. On-Line New Student Orientation Starting July 15, New Student Orientation will be available on-line as well at www.piedmontcc.edu/orientation Monday, August 13 at 4:00 pm in Caswell Room B-124B Complete one of the options prior to the start of the Fall Term to get a “Good Start” at PCC. Return to the Table of Contents STUDENT ID’S 27 Student IDs Piedmont Community College issues Student IDs with photos to students. Students should wear their IDs while they are on campus. • Student identification (ID) cards are issued when a student is officially registered in on-campus classes (ABS, Curriculum, HRD, etc.). ID machines are located in the Student Development Office on the Caswell and Person County Campuses. • Students enrolled in short-term classes and visitors to campus are asked to get a temporary campus ID at the Security Office (Building E, Person County Campus or Building K, Caswell County Campus). • The ID card admits students to social, cultural, and educational events on campus and should be available for identification on campus at all times. Student IDs help PCC to maintain a safe and secure environment. Students must provide identification when requested by any College official. Please come by the Student Development Office on either campus in August to get your new Student ID. STUDENT ID PROCEDURE STUDENT SUCCESS STORY Piedmont Community College (PCC) student Vincent Norwood has been accepted to work as a technology counselor in the Emagination Game Design Camp this summer. The camp is held at Bentley University in Waltham, Mass. Norwood is a second-year student in PCC’s Digital Effects and Animation Technology (DEAT) program. “This is a wonderful opportunity for Vincent,” said Paula Hindman, DEAT instructor. “He got this paid position by applying and then completing a Skype interview after which he was immediately offered the internship. This shows how well our PCC students are prepared to work in digital effects and animation.” Norwood will receive training for the Emagination camp, and will assist students in the computer lab in creating games. Return to the Table of Contents 28 DISTANCE LEARNING ORIENTATION AND CONTACTS Distance Learning Orientation An orientation is for students new to Online Learning and Blackboard. Students enrolled in Hybrid courses are also invited to attend the faceto-face orientation. Students new to distance learning may complete online orientation OR attend the face-to-face orientation. All students new to distance learning must take the SmarterMeasure Learning Readiness Indicator assessment (formerly READI). When the semester begins, please send a copy of your assessment results to your online instructor(s). mandatory http://pcc.smartermeasure.com/ Username: piedmont Password: online Distance Education Online Orientation http://courses.piedmontcc.edu Available beginning July 24, 2013 Face-to-Face Orientation & Blackboard Tutorial Person County Campus in H218 Caswell County Campus in K206 August 16, 10-11:30 a.m. August 16, 2-3:30 p.m. August 19, 3-4:30 p.m. August 21, 7-8:30 p.m. Libbie McPhaul-Moore, DE Coordinator/Instructor (336) 322-2220, firstname.lastname@example.org Angela Vaughn, DE Staff Assistant (336) 322-2138, email@example.com Contacts for Distance Education Return to the Table of Contents ARE YOU READY FOR DISTANCE LEARNING? 29 Are you ready for Distance Learning? All students new to distance learning at PCC must take the SmarterMeasure Learning Readiness Indicator assessment. When the semester begins, please send a copy of your assessment results to your online instructor(s). To log in, visit http://pcc.smartermeasure.com The username is piedmont, and the password is online. Blackboard Technical Help Desk A Help Desk is now available to students enrolled in courses that utilize Blackboard. Online Students may contact the Help Desk for assistance in the following ways: • Telephone support with a certified Blackboard support representative. The phone number is 866-852-5588 and is available 24/7/365. • Online chat with a certified Blackboard support representative. This feature is accessible through the Online Learning Support Center Knowledge Base Website (see next bullet) and is available 24/7/365. • Online Learning Support Center Knowledge Base Website. This web-based forum provides articles about common issues reported, useful documentation, and workarounds to software-related issues. http://d2.parature.com/ics/support/default. asp?deptID=8277 Return to the Table of Contents 30 FACULTY ADVISORS LIST Faculty Advisors List Program Person County Campus (336) 599-1181 Caswell County Campus (336) 694-5707 (Note: All extensions are Person County Campus unless otherwise noted.) Accounting∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙Mark Wencel (2180) Associate in Arts∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Lynn Ward (2204) Associate in Science ∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙Patti Morgan (2202) Associate in Fine Arts∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Amy Levine (597-1766) Associate in General Education∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Stephen DeSimone (2201) Associate Degree Nursing∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Alisa Montgomery (2213) Biotechnology ∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Dr. Charles Kubicek (2192) Business Administration∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ William Hatchett (2225) Business Administration – International Business∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Nicholas Ogada (2194) Carpentry∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Doug Bent (2176) Certified Nursing Assistant∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Angie Conner (2235) Certified Nursing Assistant - Weekend College∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Angie Conner (2235) Computer Technology Intergration - Computer Programming ������������������ Paul Phillips (2193) Computer Technology Intergration - Desktop and Network Support ������������� Donna Smith (2196) Computer Technology Intergration - Emerging Information Technology ������������Faith Harris (2195) Computer Technology Intergration - Web Technologies∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙Janet Bottoms (2249) Cosmetology∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙Deanna Ouzts (2241) Robin McLean (Caswell - 8053) Criminal Justice Technology∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Judy Bradsher (2211) Criminal Justice Technology, Latent Evidence Concentration ������������������ Judy Bradsher (2211) Digital Effects and Animation Technology∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Paula Hindman (Caswell - 8069) Chelsea Porter (Caswell - 8071) Early Childhood Associate ∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Dr. Carolyn Steele (2149) Katrina Madden (Caswell - 8044) Electrical Systems Technology∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙Roland Roberts (2238) Electrical Power Production Technology∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Mac McCormick (2178) Film and Video Production Technology∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙Michael Corbett (Caswell - 8068) Ed Moye (Caswell - 8070) General Occupational Technology∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Judy Bradsher (2211) Gunsmithing∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Brian Zappia (2136) Heath Care Technology∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Alisa Montgomery (2213) Healthcare Management Technology∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Alisa Montgomery (2213) Historic Preservation Technology∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙Shelly Stone (Caswell - 8042) Human Services Technology∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙Sheri Narin (2203) Human Services Technology, Social Services Concentration ���������������������Sheri Narin (2203) Industrial Systems Technology∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Dave Wehrenberg (2135) Laboratory Technology∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Dr. Charles Kubicek (2192) Medical Assisting∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙Brandy Loftis (2131) Medical Coding∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Alisa Montgomery (2213) Medical Office Administration∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Merlette Walker (2171) Office Administration∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙Wanda Duncan (2231) LaToya Smith(Caswell - 8073) Phlebotomy∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙Barbara Hawn (2126) Welding Technology∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Scott Tatum (2173), John Moser (Caswell 694-4212) Return to the Table of Contents CLASS SCHEDULE 31 Important Notice The list of courses in this brochure was complete at the time of publication, June 25, 2013. However, changes sometimes occur by the time of registration. If you do not see a course you need, please call the PCC Admissions Office at (336) 322-2159, to inquire, or check the PCC website at www.piedmontcc.edu. Interpreting Course Section Codes Course section codes (second set of numbers & letters in schedule listing) provide: course delivery (first character); number of sections offered (second character); and where class meets (P = Person County, C = Caswell County). A fourth character appears if the course is divided into portions (A, B, C, etc.). Hereâ€™s how to interpret the various first characters: 0 Traditional course: face-to-face regular classroom 4 Teleclass/hybrid: taught in the distance learning classroom 5 Teleweb: telecourse with an internet component or exercises 6 Hybrid course: face-to-face with an internet component 7 Internet courses: all instruction delivered on the internet 8 Teleclass: classes held in the distance learning classroom NCIH: H1 face-to-face with video conferencing Course Course Title Hours Days Time Instructor Student Success ACA 111.01C ACA 111.01P ACA 111.02C ACA 111.02P ACA 111.03P ACA 111.04P ACA 111.05P ACA 111.06P ACA 111.71 ACA 111.72 ACA 111.73 ACA 111.74 ACA 112.71 ACA 122.01C ACA 122.01P ACA 122.02P ACA 122.03P ACA 122.81C ACA 122.81P ACA 122.82C ACA 122.82P College Student Success College Student Success College Student Success College Student Success College Student Success College Student Success College Student Success College Student Success College Student Success College Student Success College Student Success College Student Success Intro to Dist Learning College Transfer Success College Transfer Success College Transfer Success College Transfer Success College Transfer Success College Transfer Success College Transfer Success College Transfer Success 1/1 T/TH 12:30PM-01:20PM S. Stone 1/1 M/W 10:00AM-10:50AM W. Bartlett 1/1 T/TH 11:00AM-11:50AM S. Stone 1/1 T/TH 10:00AM-11:00AM W. Bartlett 1/1 M/W 12:00PM-12:50PM J. Bradsher 1/1 T/TH 12:00PM-12:50PM Staff 1/1 TH 04:00PM-05:50PM Staff 1/1 M/W 05:00PM-05:50PM R. Proctor 1/1 J. Bradsher 1/1 Staff 1/1 L. McPhaul-Moore 1/1 Staff 1/2 L. McPhaul-Moore 1/1 M 01:00PM-01:50PM J. Street 1/1 M 10:00AM-10:50AM D. Carver 1/1 W 01:00PM-01:50PM D. Carver 1/1 T 05:30PM-06:20PM D. Langley 1/1 TH 10:00AM-10:50AM J. Street 1/1 TH 10:00AM-10:50AM J. Street 1/1 F 08:00AM-09:05AM D. Langley 1/1 F 08:00AM-09:05AM D. Langley Accounting ACC 120.61C Prin of Financial Accounting 4/5 T 01:00PM-01:35PM W. Hatchett T 01:35PM-02:15PM ACC 120.61P Prin of Financial Accounting 4/5 M 02:00PM-02:40PM W. Hatchett M 02:40PM-03:15PM ACC 120.71 Prin of Financial Accounting 4/5 W. Hatchett Classes in BLUE = 1st Mini-mester (Aug. 19 - Oct. 16) Classes in RED = 2nd Mini-mester (Oct. 17 - Dec. 18) Return to the Table of Contents 32 CLASS SCHEDULE Course Course Title Hours Days Time Instructor ACC 129.41C Individual Income Taxes 3/4 F 10:00AM-10:35AM Staff F 10:35AM-11:15AM ACC 129.41P Individual Income Taxes 3/4 F 10:00AM-10:35AM Staff F 10:35AM-11:15AM ACC 129.71 Individual Income Taxes 3/4 M. Wencel ACC 140.71 Payroll Accounting 2/3 M. Wencel ACC 220.71 Intermediate Accounting I 4/5 M. Wencel ACC 270.71 International Accounting 3/3 M. Wencel Air Conditioning & Heating Alternative Energy AHR 120.01P HVACR Maintenance 2/4 ALT 120.01P Renewable Energy Tech 3/4 ALT 220.01P Photovoltaic Sys Tech 3/5 T/TH T/TH M/W M/W T/TH T/TH T/TH T/TH 3:00 PM- 3:25 PM 3:30 PM- 4:50 PM 3:00 PM- 3:50 PM 4:00 PM- 4:50 PM 8:30 AM- 9:20 AM 9:25 AM- 10:50 AM 1:00 PM- 2:20 PM 2:30 PM- 3:20 PM Staff J.McCormick J.McCormick Architecture Art ARC 112.01P Constr Matls & Methods 4/5 D.Bent ART 111.71 Art Appreciation 3/3 T. Donovan ART 121.01P Two-Dimensional Design 3/6 T/TH 01:00PM-03:50PM A. Levine ART 122.01P Three-Dimensional Design 3/6 T/TH 01:00PM-03:50PM A. Levine ART 131.01P Drawing I 3/6 M/W 09:00AM-11:50AM A. Levine ART 132.01P Drawing II 3/6 M/W 09:00AM-11:50AM A. Levine ART 240.01P Painting I 3/6 M/W 01:00PM-03:50PM A. Levine ART 241.01P Painting II 3/6 M/W 01:00PM-03:50PM A. Levine ART 264.61P Digital Photography I 3/5 M 09:00AM-09:30AM E. Ganey M 09:30AM-11:20AM ART 265.61P Digital Photography II 3/5 M 09:00AM-09:30AM E. Ganey M 09:30AM-11:20AM ART 281.01P Sculpture I 3/6 T/TH 10:00AM-12:50PM T. Donovan ART 282.01P Sculpture II 3/6 T/TH 10:00AM-12:50PM T. Donovan ART 283.01P Ceramics I 3/6 F 10:00AM-03:50PM E. Ward ART 283.02P Ceramics I 3/6 T/TH 04:00PM-06:50PM T. Donovan ART 284.01P Ceramics II 3/6 F 10:00AM-03:50PM E. Ward ART 284.02P Ceramics II 3/6 T/TH 04:00PM-06:50PM T. Donovan ART 285.01P Ceramics III 3/6 F 10:00AM-03:50PM E. Ward ART 285.02P Ceramics III 3/6 T/TH 04:00PM-06:50PM T. Donovan ART 286.01P Ceramics IV 3/6 F 10:00AM-03:50PM E. Ward ART 286.02P Ceramics IV 3/6 T/TH 04:00PM-06:50PM T. Donovan ART 288.01P Studio 3/6 M/W 01:00PM-03:50PM A. Levine Astronomy AST 151.61P AST 151A.61P General Astronomy I General Astronomy I Lab 3/3 1/2 W W 06:30PM-07:45PM 08:00PM-08:50PM M. Czysz M. Czysz Return to the Table of Contents CLASS SCHEDULE Course Course Title Hours Days Time 33 Instructor Biology BIO 94.01C Concepts of Human Biology 4/5 M 03:00PM-05:20PM D. Johnson W 03:00PM-05:00PM W 05:00PM-05:20PM BIO 94.01P Concepts of Human Biology 4/5 M/W 11:00AM-12:30PM K. Wettermark M/W 12:30PM-01:20PM BIO 94.04P Concepts of Human Biology 4/5 T/TH 06:30PM-08:00PM C. Kubicek T/TH 08:00PM-08:50PM BIO 111.01C General Biology I 4/6 T/TH 03:00PM-04:30PM J. Pulley T/TH 04:30PM-05:50PM BIO 111.01P General Biology I 4/6 T/TH 12:00PM-01:30PM K. Hester T/TH 01:30PM-02:50PM BIO 111.61P General Biology I 4/6 TH 08:30AM-10:00AM K. Hester TH 10:00AM-11:20AM BIO 111.62P General Biology I 4/6 TH 03:00PM-04:30PM L. McKay TH 04:30PM-05:50PM BIO 111.71 General Biology I 4/6 C. Kubicek BIO 112.01P General Biology II 4/6 M/W 01:30PM-03:00PM L. McKay M/W 03:00PM-04:20PM BIO 112.61P General Biology II 4/6 T 03:00PM-04:30PM L. McKay T 04:30PM-05:50PM BIO 163.61C Basic Anat & Physiology 5/6 W 09:00AM-11:00AM J. Pulley W 11:00AM-11:50AM BIO 163.61P Basic Anat & Physiology 5/6 T 08:30AM-10:30AM K. Hester T 10:30AM-11:20AM BIO 168.01C Anatomy and Physiology I 4/6 T/TH 12:00PM-01:30PM J. Pulley T/TH 01:30PM-02:50PM BIO 168.01P Anatomy and Physiology I 4/6 T/TH 09:00AM-10:30AM S. Desimone T/TH 10:30AM-11:50AM BIO 168.02P Anatomy and Physiology I 4/6 M/W 08:00AM-09:30AM S. Desimone M/W 09:30AM-10:50AM BIO 169.01P Anatomy and Physiology II 4/6 M/W 03:30PM-05:00PM S. Desimone M/W 05:00PM-06:20PM BIO 169.02P Anatomy and Physiology II 4/6 T/TH 06:00PM-07:30PM Staff T/TH 07:30PM-08:50PM BIO 250.01P Genetics 4/6 M/W 09:00AM-10:30AM K. Aulakh M/W 10:30AM-11:50AM Blueprint Reading BPR 111.01P Print Reading 2/3 BPR 130.01P Blueprint Reading-Const 2/3 T/TH T/TH T/TH T/TH 05:00PM-05:25PM 05:30PM-06:20PM 11:00AM-11:25AM 11:30AM-12:20PM D. Wehrenberg D. Bent Biotechnology BTC 181.61P Basic Lab Techniques 4/6 M/W 08:30AM-09:10AM C. Kubicek M/W 09:10AM-09:45AM BTC 281.01P Bioprocess Techniques 4/8 M/T/W/TH 01:00PM-01:55PM C. Kubicek M/T/W/TH 01:55PM-02:50PM Return to the Table of Contents 34 CLASS SCHEDULE, NEW SOCIAL MEDIA CLASS Course Course Title Hours Days Time Instructor BTC 285.01P Cell Culture 3/5 T/TH T/TH 03:30PM-04:35PM 04:35PM-05:45PM C. Kubicek Business BUS 110.41C BUS 110.41P BUS 110.71 BUS 110.72 BUS 115.41C Introduction to Business Introduction to Business Introduction to Business Introduction to Business Business Law I 3/3 W 09:30AM-10:45AM 3/3 W 09:30AM-10:45AM 3/3 3/3 3/3 W 11:00AM-12:15PM W. Hatchett W. Hatchett W. Hatchett N. Ogada W. Hatchett W. Hatchett W. Hatchett M. Dossett N. Ogada N. Ogada N. Ogada N. Ogada N. Ogada N. Ogada D. Bent D. Bent D. Bent BUS 115.41P Business Law I 3/3 W 11:00AM-12:15PM BUS 115.71 Business Law I 3/3 BUS 121.01P Business Math 3/4 T/TH 09:30AM-10:25AM T/TH 10:25AM-11:20AM BUS 153.41C Human Resource Management 3/3 W 12:30PM-01:45PM BUS 153.41P Human Resource Management 3/3 W 12:30PM-01:45PM BUS 153.71 Human Resource Management 3/3 BUS 260.41C Business Communication 3/3 W 02:00PM-03:15PM BUS 260.41P Business Communication 3/3 W 02:00PM-03:15PM BUS 260.71 Business Communication 3/3 Carpentry CAR 111BB.01P Carpentry I 4/9 CAR 112BB.01P Carpentry II 4/9 CAR 113AB.01P Carpentry III 3/6 M/W M/W M/W M/W M/W M/W 08:00AM-08:45AM 08:50AM-12:30PM 08:00AM-08:45AM 08:50AM-12:30PM 08:00AM-08:45AM 08:50AM-11:05AM Social Media For more information, contact Janet Bottoms at (336) 599-1181, ext. 2249 Web 214 Chemistry CHM 92.01P Fundamentals of Chemistry 4/5 T/TH 02:30PM-04:00PM J. Maysilles T/TH 04:00PM-04:50PM CHM 131.01P Introduction to Chemistry 3/3 M/W 01:30PM-02:45PM B. Wilson CHM 131A.01P Intro to Chemistry Lab 1/3 M/W 03:00PM-04:20PM B. Wilson CHM 151.01P General Chemistry I 4/6 M/W 10:00AM-11:30AM B. Wilson M/W 11:30AM-12:50PM CHM 152.01P General Chemistry II 4/6 T/TH 10:00AM-11:30AM B. Wilson T/TH 11:30AM-12:50PM Return to the Table of Contents CLASS SCHEDULE, SGA AND SAC 35 Student Government Association 2013â€“ 2014 SGA Officers President: Bryanna Woods Vice President: Michael Chaney Secretary: Angela Lester Parliamentarian: Jamie Neely Public Information: Tschanna Harris During Fall Semester, the SGA will host Blood Drives, host a Humanities Lecture Series, and more. Student Activities Council (SAC) The Student Activity Council provides a variety of campus activities for students. See your Student Handbook and Planner for more information. The SAC is advised by the Coordinator of Campus Activities. Contact Student Development if you are interested in getting involved. Course Course Title Hours Days Time Instructor Computer Literacy CIS 070.01C Fundamentals of Computing 1/2 T/TH 09:00AM-09:50AM L. Smith CIS 070.01P Fundamentals of Computing 1/2 M/W 08:30AM-09:20AM F. Harris CIS 070.02C Fundamentals of Computing 1/2 M/W 05:30PM-06:20PM L. Smith CIS 070.02P Fundamentals of Computing 1/2 T/TH 05:30PM-06:20PM D. Fox CIS 070.03C Fundamentals of Computing 1/2 F 09:00AM-10:50AM L. Smith CIS 110.01P Introduction to Computers 3/4 M/W 10:00AM-10:55AM P. Phillips M/W 10:55AM-11:50AM CIS 110.02P Introduction to Computers 3/4 T/TH 01:00PM-01:55PM P. Phillips T/TH 01:55PM-02:50PM CIS 110.41C Introduction to Computers 3/4 M 05:30PM-06:10PM F. Harris M 06:10PM-06:45PM CIS 110.41P Introduction to Computers 3/4 M 05:30PM-06:10PM F. Harris M 06:10PM-06:45PM CIS 110.42C Introduction to Computers 3/4 M 11:00AM-11:40AM J. Bottoms M 11:41AM-12:15PM CIS 110.42P Introduction to Computers 3/4 M 11:00AM-11:40AM J. Bottoms M 11:41AM-12:15PM CIS 110.61P Introduction to Computers 3/4 TH 05:30PM-06:10PM D. Smith TH 06:10PM-06:45PM CIS 110.71 Introduction to Computers 3/4 F. Harris CIS 110.72 Introduction to Computers 3/4 F. Harris CIS 111.01P Basic PC Literacy 2/3 S 01:00PM-02:00PM W. Gill S 02:00PM-03:50PM CIS 111.71 Basic PC Literacy 2/3 L. Smith CIS 115.61P Intro to Prog & Logic 3/5 T 07:00PM-07:40PM P. Phillips T 07:40PM-08:15PM Criminal Justice CJC 111.01C CJC 111.81C CJC 111.81P Intro to Criminal Justice Intro to Criminal Justice Intro to Criminal Justice 3/3 3/3 3/3 T/TH T/TH T/TH 03:30PM-04:50PM 05:00PM-06:20PM 05:00PM-06:20PM T. Armstrong R. Roberts R. Roberts Return to the Table of Contents 36 CLASS SCHEDULE Course Course Title Hours Days Time Instructor CJC 111.H1P Intro to Criminal Justice 3/3 M/T/W/TH/F 11:25AM-12:35PM CJC 112.H1P Criminology 3/3 M/T/W/TH/F 09:50AM-11:00AM CJC 112.H2P Criminology 3/3 M/T/W/TH/F 11:25AM-12:35PM CJC 114.01P Investigative Photography 2/3 S 09:00AM-10:00AM S 10:00AM-11:50AM CJC 120.01P Interviews/Interrogations 2/3 M/W 04:00PM-04:30PM M/W 04:30PM-05:20PM CJC 121.81C Law Enforcement Operations 3/3 T/TH 06:30PM-07:50PM CJC 121.81P Law Enforcement Operations 3/3 T/TH 06:30PM-07:50PM CJC 121.H1P Law Enforcement Operations 3/3 M/T/W/TH/F 09:50AM-11:00AM CJC 132.81C Court Procedure & Evidence 3/3 M/W 06:30PM-07:45PM CJC 132.81P Court Procedure & Evidence 3/3 CJC 141.81C Corrections 3/3 T/TH 08:00PM-09:20PM CJC 141.81P Corrections 3/3 T/TH 08:00PM-09:20PM CJC 212.71 Ethics & Comm Relations 3/3 CJC 213.81C Substance Abuse 3/3 M/W 08:00PM-09:15PM CJC 213.81P Substance Abuse 3/3 M/W 08:00PM-09:15PM CJC 225.01C Crisis Intervention 3/3 M/W 03:30PM-04:50PM W. Jones W. Jones W. Jones T. Armstrong Staff T. Armstrong T. Armstrong W. Jones R. Roberts W. Jones T. Armstrong T. Armstrong W. Jones D. McLean D. McLean D. McLean D. Bent C. Kubicek Staff C. Kubicek E. Plizga E. Plizga E. Plizga E. Plizga E. Plizga CMT CMT 120.01P Codes and Inspections Co-Op Work Experience I Co-Op Work Experience I Work Exp Seminar I Public Speaking Public Speaking Public Speaking Public Speaking Public Speaking 3/3 M/W 01:00PM-02:20PM Co-Op Work COE 111.L1P COE 111.M1P COE 115.L1P 1/10 1/10 1/1 3/3 T/TH 12:30PM-01:45PM 3/3 M/W 11:00AM-12:35PM 3/3 M/W 01:00PM-02:15PM 3/3 T/TH 08:00AM-09:15AM 3/3 Communications COM 231.01C COM 231.01P COM 231.02P COM 231.03P COM 231.71 Cosmetology COS 111.01C Cosmetology Concepts I 4/4 M/W 08:00AM-09:50AM R. McLean COS 111.01P Cosmetology Concepts I 4/4 T/TH 08:00AM-09:50AM F. Smith COS 111A.01C Cosmetology Concepts I 2/2 M 05:30PM-07:30PM L. Waller COS 111A.H1P Cosmetology Concepts I 2/2 W 12:00PM-01:50PM A. Parra COS 111B.01P Cosmetology Concepts I 2/2 M 05:30PM-07:30PM M. Hunter COS 112.01C Salon I 8/24 M/T/W/TH 10:00AM-04:30PM R. McLean COS 112.01P Salon I 8/24 M/W 08:00AM-12:00PM F. Smith M/W 12:30PM-04:30PM T/TH 10:00AM-12:00PM T/TH 12:30PM-02:30PM COS 112A.01C Salon I 4/12 M/T 07:45PM-09:45PM L. Waller W 05:00PM-10:00PM Classes in BLUE = 1st Mini-mester (Aug. 19 - Oct. 16) Classes in RED = 2nd Mini-mester (Oct. 17 - Dec. 18) Return to the Table of Contents CLASS SCHEDULE, GRADUATION 2014 Course Course Title Hours Days Time 37 Instructor COS 112A.H1P Salon I 4/12 M 12:00PM-03:00PM A. Parra T/W/TH/F 02:00PM-03:00PM COS 112B.01P Salon I 4/12 M/T 07:40PM-09:45PM M. Hunter W 05:00PM-10:00PM COS 113A.01P Cosmetology Concepts II 2/2 M 05:30PM-07:30PM A. Beard COS 113A.H1P Cosmetology Concepts II 2/2 T 08:00AM-09:50AM D. Ouzts COS 114A.01P Salon II 4/12 M/T 07:40PM-09:45PM A. Beard W 05:00PM-10:00PM COS 114A.H1P Salon II 4/12 M 10:00AM-11:00AM A. Parra T/W/TH/F 08:00AM-11:00AM COS 115.01C Cosmetology Concepts III 4/4 T/TH 08:00AM-09:50AM R. McLean COS 116.01C Salon III 4/12 T/TH 10:00AM-04:30PM Staff COS 117.01C Cosmetology Concepts IV 2/2 M 05:30PM-07:30PM Staff COS 117.01P Cosmetology Concepts IV 2/2 M/W 03:10PM-04:00PM D. Ouzts COS 118.01P Salon IV 7/21 M/W 08:00AM-12:00PM D. Ouzts M/W 12:30PM-03:00PM T/TH 10:00AM-12:00PM T/TH 12:30PM-02:30PM COS 118B.01C Salon IV 3.5/10.5 M/T 07:45PM-09:45PM Staff W 05:00PM-09:00PM COS 223.01C Contemp Hair Coloring 2/4 M/W 02:30PM-03:00PM Staff M/W 03:00PM-04:30PM COS 240.01P Contemporary Design 2/4 T/TH 02:35PM-03:00PM D. Ouzts T/TH 03:05PM-04:30PM COS 273.01P Instructor Concepts II 5/5 T/TH 03:00PM-05:20PM D. Ouzts COS 274.01P Instructor Practicum II 7/21 M/W 09:00AM-12:00PM D. Ouzts M/W 12:30PM-03:00PM T/TH 09:00AM-12:00PM T/TH 12:30PM-02:30PM Computer Science CSC 133.01P C Programming 3/5 T/TH 09:00AM-09:50AM R. Roberts T/TH 10:00AM-11:30AM CSC 239.71 Advanced Visual BASIC Prog 3/5 P. Phillips Graduation 2014! It’s not too early to be thinking about it! If you want to participate in PCC’s 2014 graduation ceremony, please note the following graduation application deadlines: Oct. 7: for students who finish course work in Fall 2013 Nov. 30: Priority Application for May 2014 graduation for students completing requirements Spring 2014 All applications received by the deadline will be reviewed prior to beginning of Spring 2013 semester, and students will be notified in time to make schedule changes if necessary. Apply early and be sure! Return to the Table of Contents 38 CLASS SCHEDULE, NEW STUDENT PLANNER 2013-2014 Course Course Title Hours Days Time Instructor CST 241.01P Planning/Estimating I 3/4 T/TH 09:00AM-09:50AM D. Bent T/TH 10:00AM-10:50AM CTS 130.01P Spreadsheet 3/4 M/W 10:00AM-10:55AM D. Smith M/W 10:55AM-11:50AM CTS 130.71 Spreadsheet 3/4 S. O’Hara CTS 285.71 Systems Analysis & Design 3/3 P. Phillips DBA 110.71 Database Concepts 3/5 D. Smith Digital Effects and Animation Technology DEA 111.01C Introduction to DEAT 3/4 M 09:30AM-11:20AM P. Hindman W 09:30AM-11:20AM DEA 212.01C 2D Design & Animation II 3/5 T 03:10PM-05:10PM P. Hindman T 05:10PM-05:30PM TH 03:10PM-05:30PM DEA 214.01C 3D Design & Animation II 3/5 T 09:30AM-11:30AM C. Porter T 11:30AM-11:50AM TH 09:30AM-11:50AM DEA 221.01C DEAT Modeling 3/5 M 03:10PM-05:10PM C. Porter M 05:10PM-05:30PM W 03:10PM-05:30PM DEA 230.01C Implementation Project I 4/8 F 08:00AM-10:00AM C. Porter F 10:00AM-03:50PM GRA 151.01C Computer Graphics I 2/4 M 11:30AM-12:30PM P. Hindman M 12:30PM-01:20PM W 11:30AM-01:20PM 2013-14 Student Handbook and Planner The SGA, Student Development and the Public Information Office have partnered to bring our PCC students a way to “Get Organized!” The planner has a complete year’s worth of activities already marked on the monthly calendars and lots of room for everyone’s personal schedules as well. In the front of the planner is an abbreviated college handbook with information on costs, policies and other important information that students can access with the flip of a page. For more detailed information, the PCC Catalog and Student Handbook are available on CD and can be picked up from the student development information desk or viewed online at www.piedmontcc.edu . The SGA and SAC have activities planned for all students during the first few weeks of classes this fall. Officers will distribute the student planners, answer questions, and direct students toward getting their new student IDs. Return to the Table of Contents CLASS SCHEDULE, WEBADVISOR AND STUDENT E-MAIL 39 WebAdvisor and Student E-mailGet Connected Today! Once your Piedmont Community College Application for Admission is processed, you have access to two great information resources at PCC. WebAdvisor is a secure web interface that allows guests, students, faculty and, staff of Piedmont Community College to access information on the College’s Datatel Colleague system to: • • • • • • • • • • • • check financial aid status and your placement test scores; access your grades and an unofficial copy of your transcript; look-up course section and plan out a trial schedule for the term; e-mail your advisor or check on the status of a transcript request; register online (after meeting with your advisor to have access opened to your account); print a copy of your class schedule; through Program Evaluation, check your progress toward completing you program of study. College activities Special events College updates and changes Warnings or alerts College closings Student E-mail allows you to get information from College in a secure and safe environment like: You can access WebAdvisor by going to https://webadvisor.piedmontcc.edu. Click on Student and “I’m New to WebAdvisor” and follow the directions. For more information about the Student Email System go to www2.piedmontcc.edu. If you have questions about WebAdvisor or Student Email, please contact Student Development on either the Person or the Caswell County campuses. Course Course Title Hours Days Time Instructor Drafting DFT 119.01P Basic CAD 2/3 M/W 01:30PM-01:55PM D. Wehrenberg M/W 02:00PM-02:50PM Developmental Studies DMA 010.01P Operations With Integers 1/1.25 F 08:30AM-11:30AM D. Whitlow F 11:30AM-01:20PM DMA 020.01P Fractions and Decimals 1/1.25 F 08:30AM-11:30AM D. Whitlow F 11:30AM-01:20PM DMA 030.01P Propor/Ratio/Rate/Percent 1/1.25 F 08:30AM-11:30AM D. Whitlow F 11:30AM-01:20PM DMA 040.01P Express/Lin Equat/Inequal 1/1.25 F 08:30AM-11:30AM D. Whitlow F 11:30AM-01:20PM Classes in BLUE = 1st Mini-mester (Aug. 19 - Oct. 16) Classes in RED = 2nd Mini-mester (Oct. 17 - Dec. 18) Return to the Table of Contents 40 CLASS SCHEDULE, NEW WEB PROGRAMMING CLASS Web Programming & Database Foundation CTI 110 â€“ Web, Programming & Database Foundation on MW from 1-2:50 p.m. For more information, contact Paul Phillips at (336) 599-1181, ext. 2193 Course Course Title Hours Days Time Instructor DMA 050.01P Graphs/Equations of Lines 1/1.25 F 08:30AM-11:30AM D. Whitlow F 11:30AM-01:20PM DMA 060.01P Polynomial/Quadratic Appl 1/1.25 F 08:30AM-11:30AM D. Whitlow F 11:30AM-01:20PM DMA 070.01P Rational Express/Equation 1/1.25 F 08:30AM-11:30AM D. Whitlow F 11:30AM-01:20PM DMA 080.01P Radical Express/Equations 1/1.25 F 08:30AM-11:30AM D. Whitlow F 11:30AM-01:20PM DMS 1.01C Developmental Math Shell 1 1/1.25 T 01:30PM-03:15PM D. Whitlow T 03:15PM-03:45PM DMS 1.01P Developmental Math Shell 1 1/1.25 M 11:00AM-12:45PM L. Oakley M 12:45PM-01:15PM DMS 1.02C Developmental Math Shell 1 1/1.25 TH 01:30PM-03:15PM D. Whitlow TH 03:15PM-03:45PM DMS 1.02P Developmental Math Shell 1 1/1.25 W 11:00AM-12:45PM L. Oakley W 12:45PM-01:15PM DMS 1.03C Developmental Math Shell 1 1/1.25 T 01:30PM-03:15PM D. Whitlow T 03:15PM-03:45PM DMS 1.03P Developmental Math Shell 1 1/1.25 T 06:30PM-08:15PM J. Winfree T 08:15PM-08:45PM DMS 1.04C Developmental Math Shell 1 1/1.25 TH 01:30PM-03:15PM D. Whitlow TH 03:15PM-03:45PM DMS 1.04P Developmental Math Shell 1 1/1.25 TH 06:30PM-08:15PM J. Winfree TH 08:15PM-08:45PM DMS 1.05P Developmental Math Shell 1 1/1.25 M 11:00AM-12:45PM L. Oakley M 12:45PM-01:15PM DMS 1.06P Developmental Math Shell 1 1/1.25 W 11:00AM-12:45PM L. Oakley W 12:45PM-01:15PM DMS 1.07P Developmental Math Shell 1 1/1.25 T 06:30PM-08:15PM J. Winfree T 08:15PM-08:45PM DMS 1.08P Developmental Math Shell 1 1/1.25 TH 06:30PM-08:15PM J. Winfree TH 08:15PM-08:45PM DMS 2.01C Developmental Math Shell 2 2/2.5 T/TH 01:30PM-03:00PM D. Whitlow T/TH 03:00PM-03:45PM DMS 2.01P Developmental Math Shell 2 2/2.5 M/W 11:00AM-12:30PM L. Oakley M/W 12:30PM-01:15PM DMS 2.02C Developmental Math Shell 2 2/2.5 T/TH 01:30PM-03:00PM D. Whitlow T/TH 03:00PM-03:45PM DMS 2.02P Developmental Math Shell 2 2/2.5 T/TH 06:30PM-08:00PM J. Winfree T/TH 08:00PM-08:45PM Classes in BLUE = 1st Mini-mester (Aug. 19 - Oct. 16) Classes in RED = 2nd Mini-mester (Oct. 17 - Dec. 18) Return to the Table of Contents CLASS SCHEDULE Course Course Title Hours Days Time 41 Instructor DMS 2.03P Developmental Math Shell 2 2/2.5 M/W 11:00AM-12:30PM L. Oakley M/W 12:30PM-01:15PM DMS 2.04P Developmental Math Shell 2 2/2.5 T/TH 06:30PM-08:00PM J. Winfree T/TH 08:00PM-08:45PM DMS 3.01C Developmental Math Shell 3 3/3.75 M/W 08:30AM-09:45AM J. Winfree M/W 09:45AM-10:20AM DMS 3.01P Developmental Math Shell 3 3/3.75 M/W 08:30AM-09:45AM L. Oakley M/W 09:45AM-10:20AM DMS 3.02C Developmental Math Shell 3 3/3.75 M/W 01:30PM-02:45PM D. Whitlow M/W 02:45PM-03:20PM DMS 3.02P Developmental Math Shell 3 3/3.75 M/W 01:30PM-02:45PM C. Rucker M/W 02:45PM-03:20PM DMS 3.03C Developmental Math Shell 3 3/3.75 T/TH 11:00AM-12:15PM D. Whitlow T/TH 12:15PM-12:50PM DMS 3.03P Developmental Math Shell 3 3/3.75 M/W 04:00PM-05:15PM C. Rucker M/W 05:15PM-05:50PM DMS 3.04C Developmental Math Shell 3 3/3.75 T/TH 06:30PM-07:45PM L. Thompson T/TH 07:45PM-08:20PM DMS 3.04P Developmental Math Shell 3 3/3.75 M/W 06:30PM-07:45PM A. Headley M/W 07:45PM-08:20PM DMS 3.05P Developmental Math Shell 3 3/3.75 T/TH 08:30AM-09:45AM K. Sanders T/TH 09:45AM-10:20AM DMS 3.06P Developmental Math Shell 3 3/3.75 T/TH 11:00AM-12:15PM S. Taylor T/TH 12:15PM-12:50PM DMS 3.07P Developmental Math Shell 3 3/3.75 T/TH 01:30PM-02:45PM K. Sanders T/TH 02:45PM-03:20PM DMS 3.08P Developmental Math Shell 3 3/3.75 T/TH 04:00PM-05:15PM J. Winfree T/TH 05:15PM-05:50PM Drama DRA 111.01P Theatre Appreciation Survey of Economics Survey of Economics Survey of Economics Prin of Microeconomics Prin of Microeconomics Prin of Microeconomics Prin of Macroeconomics Prin of Macroeconomics Prin of Macroeconomics Intro to Early Child Educ Intro to Early Child Educ Child Development I Child Development I 3/3 M/W 01:30PM-02:45PM Staff M. Wencel M. Wencel M. Wencel M. Wencel M. Wencel M. Wencel M. Wencel M. Wencel M. Wencel K. Madden S. Beshears K. Madden S. Beshears Economics ECO 151.41C ECO 151.41P ECO 151.71 ECO 251.41C ECO 251.71 ECO 251.H1 ECO 252.41C ECO 252.71 ECO 252.H1 3/3 W 08:00AM-09:15AM 3/3 W 08:00AM-09:15AM 3/3 3/3 M 09:30AM-10:45AM 3/3 3/3 M 09:30AM-10:45AM 3/3 M 08:00AM-09:15AM 3/3 3/3 M 08:00AM-09:15AM 4/4 M/W 4:00PM-5:50PM 4/4 3/3 T 03:00PM-05:50PM 3/3 Early Childhood Education EDU 119.01C EDU 119.71 EDU 144.01C EDU 144.71 Classes in BLUE = 1st Mini-mester (Aug. 19 - Oct. 16) Classes in RED = 2nd Mini-mester (Oct. 17 - Dec. 18) Return to the Table of Contents 42 CLASS SCHEDULE Course Course Title Hours Days Time Instructor EDU 146.01P EDU 146.71 EDU 151.01P EDU 151A.01P EDU 221.01C EDU 221.01P EDU 234.01P EDU 261.71 EDU 280.01C EDU 280.01P EDU 280.71 EDU 280A.01C EDU 280A.01P EDU 284.01C EDU 284.01P Child Guidance Child Guidance Creative Activities Creative Activities Lab Children With Exceptional Children With Exceptional Infants, Toddlers, & Twos Early Childhood Admin I Language & Literacy Exp Language & Literacy Exp Language & Literacy Exp Literacy Exp Lab Literacy Exp Lab Early Child Capstone Prac Early Child Capstone Prac 3/3 TH 04:30PM-07:20PM 3/3 3/3 W 04:00PM-06:50PM 1/2 W 07:00PM-08:50PM 3/3 T 06:00PM-08:50PM 3/3 T 06:00PM-08:50PM 3/3 T 03:00PM-05:50PM 3/3 3/3 M 06:00PM-08:50PM 3/3 M 04:00PM-06:50PM 3/3 1/2 W 06:00PM-07:50PM 1/2 M 07:00PM-08:50PM 4/10 TH 06:00PM-06:50PM 4/10 TH 06:00PM-06:50PM C. Steele S. Beshears C. Steele C. Steele K. Madden C. Steele C. Steele A. Villines K. Madden C. Steele A. Villines K. Madden C. Steele K. Madden A. Villines Engineering / Electrical / Electronics ELC 112.01P DC/AC Electricity 5/9 M/W 12:30PM-01:50PM R. Roberts M/W 02:00PM-04:50PM ELC 113.01P Residential Wiring 4/8 M/W 05:00PM-05:50PM Staff M/W 06:00PM-08:50PM ELC 117.01P Motors and Controls 4/8 T/TH 08:00AM-08:50AM D. Wehrenberg T/TH 09:00AM-11:50AM ELC 128.01P Intro to PLC 3/5 M/W 09:30AM-10:20AM J. McCormick M/W 10:25AM-11:50AM ELC 213.01P Instrumentation 4/5 T/TH 12:00PM-01:25PM J. McCormick T/TH 01:30PM-02:20PM ELN 131.01P Analog Electronics I 4/6 T/TH 01:00PM-02:20PM R. Roberts T/TH 02:30PM-03:50PM English ENG 80.03P Writing Foundations 4/5 T/TH 08:30AM-10:00AM A. Solomon T/TH 10:00AM-10:50AM ENG 80.04C Writing Foundations 4/5 M/W 04:00PM-05:30PM P. Stephens M/W 05:30PM-06:50PM ENG 80.61P Writing Foundations 4/5 F 11:00AM-12:30PM A. Solomon F 12:30PM-01:20PM ENG 90.01C Composition Strategies 3/3 T/TH 08:30AM-09:45AM A. Knowles ENG 90.01P Composition Strategies 3/3 M/W 08:30AM-09:45AM L. Ward ENG 90.02P Composition Strategies 3/3 M/W 04:00PM-05:15PM A. Knowles ENG 90.03P Composition Strategies 3/3 T/TH 11:00AM-12:15PM A. Solomon ENG 90.04C Composition Strategies 3/3 M/W 07:00PM-08:15PM P. Stephens ENG 90.61P Composition Strategies 3/3 F 08:30AM-09:45AM A. Solomon ENG 090A.01C Comp Strategies Lab 1/2 T/TH 09:55AM-10:45AM A. Knowles ENG 090A.01P Comp Strategies Lab 1/2 M/W 09:55AM-10:45AM L. Ward ENG 090A.02P Comp Strategies Lab 1/2 M/W 05:25PM-06:15PM A. Knowles ENG 090A.03P Comp Strategies Lab 1/2 T/TH 12:25PM-01:15PM A. Solomon ENG 090A.04C Comp Strategies Lab 1/2 M/W 08:25PM-09:15PM P. Stephens ENG 090A.61P Comp Strategies Lab 1/2 F 09:55AM-10:45AM A. Solomon ENG 111.01C Expository Writing 3/3 T/TH 02:00PM-03:15PM A. Knowles ENG 111.01P Expository Writing 3/3 M/W 10:00AM-11:15AM T. Oakley Return to the Table of Contents CLASS SCHEDULE, INFORMATION MONITORS Course Course Title Hours Days Time 43 Instructor ENG 111.02C ENG 111.02P ENG 111.04P ENG 111.05P ENG 111.06P ENG 111.41C ENG 111.41P ENG 111.71 ENG 112.41C ENG 112.41P ENG 112.71 ENG 114.61P ENG 114.71 ENG 115.01C ENG 115.61P ENG 115.62P ENG 231.71 ENG 242.41C ENG 242.41P Expository Writing Expository Writing Expository Writing Expository Writing Expository Writing Expository Writing Expository Writing Expository Writing Argument-Based Research Argument-Based Research Argument-Based Research Prof Research & Reporting Prof Research & Reporting Oral Communication Oral Communication Oral Communication American Literature I British Literature II British Literature II 3/3 M/W 11:00AM-12:15PM 3/3 M/W 11:00AM-12:15PM 3/3 T/TH 07:00PM-08:15PM 3/3 M/W 02:00PM-03:35PM 3/3 M/W 07:00PM-08:15PM 3/3 TH 08:00AM-09:15AM 3/3 TH 08:00AM-09:15AM 3/3 3/3 T 08:00AM-09:35AM 3/3 T 08:00AM-09:35AM 3/3 3/3 M 06:00PM-07:15PM 3/3 3/3 T/TH 10:30AM-11:45AM 3/3 M 09:30AM-10:45AM 3/3 F 01:30PM-02:45PM 3/3 3/3 T 11:30AM-12:45PM 3/3 T 11:30AM-12:45PM M. Acosta A. Knowles T. Oakley A. Knowles T. Oakley L. Ward L. Ward T. Gould L. Ward L. Ward S. Ficalora N. Walker N. Walker E. Plizga E. Plizga P. Watkins N. Walker L. Ward L. Ward “Can We Help You?” The College Information Desk is located in the lobby of the Student Development Office in Building E, Person County Campus or you can call (336) 322-2159. Let us be your first stop on campus for assistance and information! To keep up to date with upcoming events and important dates, see the information monitors located strategically around the College: • • • • • • • • Student Development and the Student Center in Building E, Learning Resources Center lobby and in the J.A.R. in front of the auditorium in Building D S100 Building A Lobby Building K and P on the Caswell County Campus Workforce Development Center – Morgan Street Small Business Development Center – Main Street Come join us on Facebook PCC is keeping you up to date on all that is going on around the Person and Caswell campus. Scholarship information, student activities and financial aid are just a few of the important pieces of information you can keep up with on Facebook. So log on and become a fan of PCC today! Student E-mail Don’t forget to check you student e-mail account http://students.piedmontcc.edu daily for information about upcoming events at the College. Piedmont Community College Get a free code scanner for your phone: Browse to iscan.it Return to the Table of Contents 44 CLASS SCHEDULE Course Course Title Hours Days Time Instructor Electrical Power Prodution EPP 110.01P Intro to Power Plant Oper 2/2 T/TH 02:30PM-03:20PM J. McCormick EPP 112.01P Fuels and Combustion 3/3 M/W 08:00AM-09:20AM J. McCormick EPP 210.01P Power Plant Systems 3/4 M/W 01:00PM-01:50PM J. McCormick M/W 02:00PM-02:50PM French FRE 111.01P FRE 112.01P Elementary French I Elementary French II 3/3 3/3 M/W M/W 03:00PM-04:15PM 04:30PM-05:45PM L. Franke L. Franke Film and Video Production Techonology FVP 111.01C Intro. to Film and Video 3/5 M 12:30PM-03:00PM M. Corbett M 03:00PM-06:30PM FVP 112.01C Art Dept Operations I 3/5 W 01:00PM-02:00PM J. Janis W 02:00PM-05:50PM FVP 113.01C Grip & Electrical I 3/5 TH 12:30PM-01:30PM M. Moore TH 01:30PM-05:20PM FVP 114.01C Camera & Lighting I 3/5 T 12:30PM-02:30PM J. Quade T 02:30PM-05:20PM FVP 211.01C Continuity and Locations 3/5 TH 05:30PM-07:30PM M. Moore TH 07:30PM-10:20PM FVP 212.01C Production Techniques I 5/13 F 08:00AM-09:00AM E. Moye F/S 09:00AM-03:50PM FVP 213.01C Production Techniques II 5/13 F/S 08:00AM-08:30AM E. Moye F/S 08:30AM-03:50PM FVP 220.01C Editing I 3/5 W 08:00AM-10:00AM E. Moye W 10:00AM-12:50PM FVP 221.01C Editing II 3/5 W 01:30PM-03:30PM E. Moye W 03:30PM-06:20PM FVP 238.01C Software Apps for FVP 3/5 T 08:00AM-10:00AM E. Moye T 10:00AM-12:50PM FVP 250.01C Production Specialties I 3/7 F 08:00AM-09:00AM E. Moye F 09:00AM-03:50PM FVP 251.01C Product. Specialities II 3/7 F 08:00AM-09:00AM E. Moye F 09:00AM-03:50PM Gunsmithing GSM 101.01P Gunsmithing I 12/26 M/T/W/TH 08:00AM-09:15AM B. Zappia M/T/W/TH 09:20AM-11:30AM M/T/W/TH 12:00PM-03:00PM GSM 101A.01P Gunsmithing I 6/13 M/T 08:00AM-09:10AM B. Zappia M/T 09:15AM-11:30AM M/T 12:00PM-03:00PM GSM 101A.02P Gunsmithing I 6/13 M/T/W/TH 08:00AM-09:10AM B. Zappia M/T/W/TH 09:15AM-11:30AM M/T/W/TH 12:00PM-03:00PM Classes in BLUE = 1st Mini-mester (Aug. 19 - Oct. 16) Classes in RED = 2nd Mini-mester (Oct. 17 - Dec. 18) Return to the Table of Contents CLASS SCHEDULE Course Course Title Hours Days Time 45 Instructor GSM 101A.03P Gunsmithing I 6/13 M/T/W 05:40PM-06:30PM B. Zappia M/T/W 06:35PM-10:00PM GSM 101B.01P Gunsmithing I 6/13 M/T/W/TH 08:00AM-09:10AM B. Zappia M/T/W/TH 09:15AM-11:30AM M/T/W/TH 12:00PM-03:00PM GSM 101B.02P Gunsmithing I 6/13 W/TH 08:00AM-09:10AM B. Zappia W/TH 09:15AM-11:30AM W/TH 12:00PM-03:00PM GSM 101B.03P Gunsmithing I 6/13 M/T/W 05:40PM-06:30PM B. Zappia M/T/W 06:35PM-10:00PM GSM 102.01P Gunsmithing II 12/26 M/T/W/TH 08:00AM-09:15AM B. Zappia M/T/W/TH 09:20AM-11:30AM M/T/W/TH 12:00PM-03:00PM GSM 102A.01P Gunsmithing II 6/13 M/T 08:00AM-09:10AM B. Zappia M/T 09:15AM-11:30AM M/T 12:00PM-03:00PM GSM 102A.02P Gunsmithing II 6/13 M/T/W/TH 08:00AM-09:10AM B. Zappia M/T/W/TH 09:15AM-11:30AM M/T/W/TH 12:00PM-03:00PM GSM 102A.03P Gunsmithing II 6/13 M/T/W 05:40PM-06:30PM B. Zappia M/T/W 06:35PM-10:00PM GSM 102B.01P Gunsmithing II 6/13 M/T/W/TH 08:00AM-09:10AM B. Zappia M/T/W/TH 09:15AM-11:30AM M/T/W/TH 12:00PM-03:00PM GSM 102B.02P Gunsmithing II 6/13 W/TH 08:00AM-09:10AM B. Zappia W/TH 09:15AM-11:30AM W/TH 12:00PM-03:00PM GSM 102B.03P Gunsmithing II 6/13 M/T/W 05:40PM-06:30PM B. Zappia M/T/W 06:35PM-10:00PM GSM 103.01P Gunsmithing III 12/26 M/T/W/TH 08:00AM-09:15AM B. Zappia M/T/W/TH 09:20AM-11:30AM . M/T/W/TH 12:00PM-03:00PM GSM 103A.01P Gunsmithing III 6/13 M/T 08:00AM-09:10AM B. Zappia M/T 09:15AM-11:30AM M/T 12:00PM-03:00PM GSM 103A.02P Gunsmithing III 6/13 M/T/W/TH 08:00AM-09:10AM B. Zappia M/T/W/TH 09:15AM-11:30AM M/T/W/TH 12:00PM-03:00PM GSM 103A.03P Gunsmithing III 6/13 M/T/W 05:40PM-06:30PM B. Zappia M/T/W 06:35PM-10:00PM GSM 103B.01P Gunsmithing III 6/13 M/T/W/TH 08:00AM-09:10AM B. Zappia M/T/W/TH 09:15AM-11:30AM M/T/W/TH 12:00PM-03:00PM GSM 103B.02P Gunsmithing III 6/13 W/TH 08:00AM-09:10AM B. Zappia W/TH 09:15AM-11:30AM W/TH 12:00PM-03:00PM Classes in BLUE = 1st Mini-mester (Aug. 19 - Oct. 16) Classes in RED = 2nd Mini-mester (Oct. 17 - Dec. 18) Return to the Table of Contents 46 CLASS SCHEDULE Course Course Title Hours Days Time Instructor GSM 103B.03P Gunsmithing III 6/13 M/T/W 05:40PM-06:30PM B. Zappia M/T/W 06:35PM-10:00PM GSM 103B.04P Gunsmithing III 6/13 M/T/W/TH 08:00AM-09:10AM B. Zappia M/T/W/TH 09:15AM-11:30AM M/T/W/TH 12:00PM-03:00PM GSM 204.01P Gunsmithing IV 12/26 M/T/W/TH 08:00AM-09:15AM B. Zappia M/T/W/TH 09:20AM-11:30AM M/T/W/TH 12:00PM-03:00PM GSM 204A.01P Gunsmithing IV 6/13 M/T 08:00AM-09:10AM B. Zappia M/T 09:15AM-11:30AM M/T 12:00PM-03:00PM GSM 204A.02P Gunsmithing IV 6/13 M/T/W/TH 08:00AM-09:10AM B. Zappia M/T/W/TH 09:15AM-11:30AM M/T/W/TH 12:00PM-03:00PM GSM 204A.03P Gunsmithing IV 6/13 M/T/W 05:40PM-06:30PM B. Zappia M/T/W 06:35PM-10:00PM GSM 204A.04P Gunsmithing IV 6/13 M/T/W/TH 08:00AM-09:10AM B. Zappia M/T/W/TH 09:15AM-11:30AM M/T/W/TH 12:00PM-03:00PM GSM 204B.01P Gunsmithing IV 6/13 M/T/W/TH 08:00AM-09:10AM B. Zappia M/T/W/TH 09:15AM-11:30AM M/T/W/TH 12:00PM-03:00PM GSM 204B.02P Gunsmithing IV 6/13 W/TH 08:00AM-09:10AM B. Zappia W/TH 09:15AM-11:30AM W/TH 12:00PM-03:00PM GSM 204B.03P Gunsmithing IV 6/13 M/T/W 05:40PM-06:30PM B. Zappia M/T/W 06:35PM-10:00PM GSM 205.01P Gunsmithing V 12/26 M/T/W/TH 08:00AM-09:15AM B. Zappia M/T/W/TH 09:20AM-11:30AM M/T/W/TH 12:00PM-03:00PM GSM 205A.01P Gunsmithing V 6/13 M/T 08:00AM-09:10AM B. Zappia M/T 09:15AM-11:30AM M/T 12:00PM-03:00PM GSM 205A.02P Gunsmithing V 6/13 M/T/W/TH 08:00AM-09:10AM B. Zappia M/T/W/TH 09:15AM-11:30AM M/T/W/TH 12:00PM-03:00PM GSM 205A.03P Gunsmithing V 6/13 M/T/W 05:40PM-06:30PM B. Zappia M/T/W 06:35PM-10:00PM GSM 205B.01P Gunsmithing V 6/13 M/T/W/TH 08:00AM-09:10AM B. Zappia M/T/W/TH 09:15AM-11:30AM M/T/W/TH 12:00PM-03:00PM GSM 205B.02P Gunsmithing V 6/13 W/TH 08:00AM-09:10AM B. Zappia W/TH 09:15AM-11:30AM W/TH 12:00PM-03:00PM GSM 205B.03P Gunsmithing V 6/13 M/T/W 05:40PM-06:30PM B. Zappia M/T/W 06:35PM-10:00PM History HIS 111.71 HIS 121.71 HIS 131.01P World Civilizations I Western Civilization I American History I 3/3 3/3 3/3 M 05:30PM-08:20PM W. Cohan W. Cohan W. Cohan Return to the Table of Contents CLASS SCHEDULE, PLACEMENT TEST DATES Course Course Title Hours Days Time 47 Instructor HIS 131.81C HIS 131.81P HMT 210.01P American History I American History I Medical Insurance 3/3 3/3 3/3 T/TH T/TH M/W 03:00PM-04:15PM 03:00PM-04:15PM 05:30PM-06:45PM W. Cohan W. Cohan Staff Healthcare Management Human Services HSE 110.71 HSE 125.61P HSE 160.71 HSE 163.01P HSE 163.02P HSE 220.61P HSE 260.71 HSE 264.01P Intro to Human Services Counseling HSE Clinical Supervis I HSE Clinical Exp I HSE Clinical Exp I Case Management HSE Clinical Supervis II HSE Clinical Exp II 3/4 3/4 T 09:30AM-11:20AM 1/1 3/9 3/9 3/4 TH 09:30AM-11:20AM 1/1 4/12 S. Narin K. Oakley S. Narin K. Oakley S. Narin K. Oakley K. Oakley K. Oakley Placement Test Dates Person County Campus - E150 Placement Tests on the Person Campus are designated as either Computer Skills and Math or Reading and Writing. Please contact the Student Development Information Desk (336) 322-2159 for more information. Computer and Math Placement Test Mon., July 1, 4 – 7 p.m. Mon., July 8, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Tues., July 9, 1 – 4 p.m. Mon., July 15, 2 – 5 p.m. Thurs., July 18, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Tues., July 23, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Wed., July 24, 4 – 7 p.m. Thurs., July 25, 12:30 – 3:30 p.m. Mon., July 29, 4 – 7 p.m. Tues. Aug. 6, 1 – 4 p.m. Mon., Aug. 12, 9 a.m.–12 p.m. Wed., Aug. 14, 1 – 4 p.m. Thurs., Aug. 15, 4 – 7 p.m. Fri., Aug. 16, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Tues., Aug. 20, 1 – 4 p.m. Thurs., Aug. 22, 4 – 7 p.m. Mon., Aug. 26, 3 – 6 p.m. Fri., Aug. 30, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Reading and Writing Placement Test Tues., July 2, 1 – 4 p.m. Thurs., July 1 1, 4 – 7 p.m. Wed., July 17, 4 – 7 p.m. Tues., July 23, 1 – 4 p.m. Wed., July 24, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Thurs., July 25, 4 – 6 p.m. Tues., July 30, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Thurs., Aug. 1, 1 – 4 p.m. Mon., Aug. 5, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Wed., Aug. 7, 4 – 7 p.m. Mon., Aug. 12, 4 – 7 p.m. Wed., Aug. 14, 4 – 7 p.m. Thurs., Aug. 15, 1 – 4 p.m. Mon., Aug. 19, 9 a.m.–12 p.m. Wed., Aug. 21, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Tues., Aug. 27, 4 – 7 p.m. Caswell County Campus - K142B Tues., July 9, 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Wed., July 10, 2 p.m. - 5 p.m. Tues., July 16, 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Wed., July 17, 2 p.m. - 5 p.m. Tues., July 23, 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Wed., July 24, 2 p.m. - 5 p.m. Tues., July 30, 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Wed., July 31, 2 p.m. - 5 p.m. Tues., Aug. 6, 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. Wed., Aug. 7, 2 p.m. - 5 p.m. Wed., Aug. 14, 2 p.m. - 5 p.m. Both campuses: other times by appointment Applicants pay no fee to take the placement test. To reserve a seat, call (336) 322-2519 in Person County, or (336) 694-5707 in Caswell County. Placement tests require approximately three hours to complete. Return to the Table of Contents 48 CLASS SCHEDULE Course Course Title Hours Days Time Instructor Humanities HUM 120.01P HUM 122.61P HUM 160.71 HUM 212.01P INT 210.71 Cultural Studies Southern Culture Introduction to Film Humanities II International Trade Industrial Safety Industrial Safety Industrial Leadership Intro to Quality Control 3/3 W 05:30PM-08:20PM 3/3 T 06:00PM-07:15PM 3/4 3/3 T/TH 09:30AM-10:45AM 3/3 2/2 M 10:00AM-11:50AM 2/2 2/2 W 10:00AM-11:50AM 3/3 T/TH 03:30PM-04:50PM W. Cohan N. Walker L. Ward N. Walker N. Ogada D. Wehrenberg D. Wehrenberg D. Wehrenberg D. Wehrenberg International Industrial Safety ISC 112.01P ISC 112.999 ISC 128.01P ISC 130.01P Mathematics MAT 110.61C Mathematical Measurement 3/4 TH 04:30PM-05:15PM H. Barker TH 05:15PM-06:00PM MAT 110.61P Mathematical Measurement 3/4 M 03:00PM-03:45PM L. Thompson M 03:45PM-04:30PM MAT 110.62P Mathematical Measurement 3/4 S 08:30AM-10:15AM H. Barker S 10:15AM-11:50AM MAT 115.01P Mathematical Models 3/4 M/W 01:00PM-02:00PM L. Thompson M/W 02:00PM-02:50PM MAT 115.71 Mathematical Models 3/4 L. Thompson MAT 140.01P Survey of Mathematics 3/3 T/TH 09:30AM-10:45AM H. Barker MAT 140.61C Survey of Mathematics 3/3 T 04:30PM-05:45PM L. Thompson MAT 140.71 Survey of Mathematics 3/3 H. Barker MAT 155.01P Statistical Analysis 3/3 T/TH 11:00AM-12:15PM H. Barker MAT 155.61P Statistical Analysis 3/3 M 05:00PM-06:15PM L. Cooley MAT 171.01P Precalculus Algebra 3/3 T/TH 09:30AM-10:45AM J. Waldo MAT 171.61P Precalculus Algebra 3/3 T 05:00PM-06:15PM P. Morgan MAT 171.71 Precalculus Algebra 3/3 P. Morgan MAT 172.01P Precalculus Trigonometry 3/3 M/W 08:00AM-09:15AM P. Morgan MAT 172.61P Precalculus Trigonometry 3/3 W 05:00PM-06:15PM P. Morgan MAT 271.01P Calculus I 4/5 M/T/W/TH 11:30AM-12:05PM P. Morgan M/T/W/TH 12:05PM-12:35PM MAT 273.71 Calculus III 4/5 H. Barker Machine Process MEC 111.01P Machine Processes I 3/5 MEC 112.01P Machine Processes II 3/5 T/TH T/TH T/TH T/TH T TH 01:00PM-01:50PM 02:00PM-03:20PM 01:00PM-01:50PM 02:00PM-03:20PM 02:30PM-03:20PM 02:30PM-03:20PM D. Wehrenberg D. Wehrenberg Medical Assisting MED 110.01P MED 114.01P Orientation to Med Assist Prof Interac in Heal Care 1/1 1/1 L. Elliott B. Loftis Classes in BLUE = 1st Mini-mester (Aug. 19 - Oct. 16) Classes in RED = 2nd Mini-mester (Oct. 17 - Dec. 18) Return to the Table of Contents CLASS SCHEDULE Course Course Title Hours Days Time 49 Instructor MED 118.01P Medical Law and Ethics 2/2 M/W 01:30PM-02:20PM L. Elliott MED 121.01P Medical Terminology I 3/3 T/TH 08:30AM-09:45AM M. Walker MED 121.71 Medical Terminology I 3/3 W. Duncan MED 121.72 Medical Terminology I 3/3 D. Johnson MED 122.71 Medical Terminology II 3/3 D. Johnson MED 150.01P Laboratory Procedures I 5/7 T 09:00AM-12:20PM B. Loftis TH 09:00AM-12:20PM MED 232.01P Medical Insurance Coding 2/4 T/TH 10:00AM-11:00AM Staff T/TH 11:00AM-11:50AM MED 232.02P Medical Insurance Coding 2/4 T/TH 01:30PM-02:00PM M. Walker T/TH 02:00PM-03:20PM MED 232.71 Medical Insurance Coding 2/4 Staff MED 240.01P Exam Room Procedures II 5/7 M 09:00AM-12:20PM B. Loftis W 09:00AM-12:20PM MED 270.01P Symptomatology 3/4 M 02:30PM-04:20PM B. Loftis W 02:30PM-04:20PM Marketing MKT 120.41C MKT 120.41P MKT 120.71 Principles of Marketing Principles of Marketing Principles of Marketing 3/3 W 05:00PM-06:15PM 3/3 W 05:00PM-06:15PM 3/3 M/W M/W 08:00AM-08:50AM 09:00AM-09:50AM B. Totten B. Totten N. Ogada D. Wehrenberg Maintanence Music MNT 110.01P Intro to Maint Procedures 2/4 MUS 110.01P Music Appreciation 3/3 M/W 04:45PM-06:00PM P. Messis MUS 121.01P Music Theory I 4/5 M/W 12:30PM-02:00PM P. Messis M/W 02:00PM-02:50PM MUS 122.01P Music Theory II 4/5 M/W 12:30PM-02:00PM P. Messis M/W 02:00PM-02:50PM MUS 131.01P Chorus I 1/2 M/W 10:00AM-10:50AM P. Messis MUS 132.01P Chorus II 1/2 M/W 10:00AM-10:50AM P. Messis MUS 141.01P Ensemble I 1/2 TH 04:00PM-05:50PM M. Thompson MUS 151.01P Class Music I 1/2 M/W 03:00PM-03:50PM P. Messis MUS 152.01P Class Music II 1/2 M/W 03:00PM-03:50PM P. Messis MUS 161.02P Applied Music I 2/3 T 02:00PM-03:00PM M. Thompson T 03:00PM-04:50PM MUS 162.02P Applied Music II 2/3 TH 01:00PM-02:00PM M. Thompson TH 02:00PM-03:50PM MUS 221.01P Music Theory III 4/5 M/W 12:30PM-02:00PM P. Messis M/W 02:00PM-02:50PM MUS 222.01P Music Theory IV 4/5 M/W 12:30PM-02:00PM P. Messis M/W 02:00PM-02:50PM MUS 231.01P Chorus III 1/2 M/W 10:00AM-10:50AM P. Messis MUS 261.01P Applied Music III 2/3 T 04:00PM-05:00PM M. Thompson T 05:00PM-06:50PM Return to the Table of Contents 50 CLASS SCHEDULE Course Course Title Hours Days Time Instructor Nursing Assistant NAS 101.01P Nursing Assistant I 6/10 M/W 08:00AM-02:30PM K. Tingen T/TH 08:00AM-02:30PM NAS 101.02P Nursing Assistant I 6/10 T/TH 05:55PM-09:10PM L. Chambers M/W 05:55PM-09:10PM NAS 101.03P Nursing Assistant I 6/10 F 05:00PM-08:50PM C. Jay S 08:00AM-02:30PM NAS 102.01P Nursing Assistant II 6/11 M/W 08:00AM-02:30PM K. Tingen T/TH 08:00AM-02:30PM NAS 103.01P Home Health Care 2/2 M/W 08:00AM-02:30PM A. Conner T/TH 08:00AM-02:30PM NAS 104.01P Home Health Clinical 1/3 A. Conner NAS 105.01P Life Span Changes 2/2 M/W 08:00AM-02:30PM A. Conner T/TH 08:00AM-02:30PM Networking NOS 110.71 Operating Systems Concepts 3/5 D. Smith Nursing NUR 111.01P Intro to Health Concepts 8/16 W 08:30AM-11:20AM A. Montgomery M 09:00AM-11:50AM W 01:00PM-03:50PM T 09:00AM-10:50AM T 01:00PM-02:50PM TH 06:45AM-12:45PM NUR 211.01P Health Care Concepts 5/9 M 09:00AM-11:50AM A. Montgomery T 07:45AM-11:45AM T 12:30PM-04:30PM W 07:45AM-11:45AM TH 06:45AM-02:45PM NUR 212.01P Health System Concepts 5/9 M 01:00PM-03:50PM A. Montgomery T 07:45AM-11:45AM T 12:30PM-04:30PM T 01:00PM-02:50PM TH 06:45AM-02:45PM Office Systems OST 131.01C Keyboarding 2/3 M/W 10:30AM-11:00AM L. Smith M/W 11:00AM-11:45AM OST 131.01P Keyboarding 2/3 M/W 08:00AM-08:40AM M. Walker M/W 08:40AM-09:15AM OST 131.02P Keyboarding 2/3 T/TH 05:30PM-06:05PM W. Duncan T/TH 06:05PM-06:45PM OST 134.01C Text Entry & Formatting 3/4 M/W 10:30AM-11:25AM L. Smith M/W 11:25AM-12:20PM OST 134.01P Text Entry & Formatting 3/4 M/W 08:00AM-08:55AM M. Walker M/W 08:55AM-09:50AM Classes in BLUE = 1st Mini-mester (Aug. 19 - Oct. 16) Classes in RED = 2nd Mini-mester (Oct. 17 - Dec. 18) Return to the Table of Contents CLASS SCHEDULE, NCIH COURSES Course Course Title Hours Days Time 51 Instructor OST 134.02P Text Entry & Formatting 3/4 T/TH 05:30PM-06:25PM W. Duncan T/TH 06:25PM-07:20PM OST 136.71 Word Processing 3/4 W. Duncan OST 137.01P Office Software Applicat. 3/4 M/W 11:00AM-11:55AM M. Walker M/W 11:55AM-12:50PM OST 141.01P Med Terms I-Med Office 3/3 M/W 10:00AM-12:50PM Staff OST 141.02P Med Terms I-Med Office 3/3 T/TH 08:30AM-09:45AM M. Walker OST 141.71 Med Terms I-Med Office 3/3 J. Strickland OST 141.72 Med Terms I-Med Office 3/3 W. Duncan OST 142.01P Med Terms II-Med Office 3/3 M/W 10:00AM-12:50PM Staff OST 142.71 Med Terms II-Med Office 3/3 J. Strickland OST 148.01P Med Coding Billing & Insu 3/3 T/TH 10:30AM-11:45AM M. Walker OST 181.01P Intro to Office Systems 3/4 T/TH 01:00PM-01:55PM W. Duncan T/TH 01:55PM-02:50PM OST 181.71 Intro to Office Systems 3/4 L. Smith OST 184.01C Records Management 3/4 T/TH 11:00AM-11:55AM L. Smith T/TH 11:55AM-12:50PM OST 184.01P Records Management 3/4 M/W 05:30PM-06:25PM W. Duncan M/W 06:25PM-07:20PM OST 241.01C Med Ofc Transcription I 2/3 M/W 01:30PM-02:00PM D. Johnson M/W 02:00PM-02:45PM OST 241.01P Med Ofc Transcription I 2/3 M/W 01:30PM-02:05PM M. Walker M/W 02:05PM-02:45PM OST 247.01P Procedure Coding 2/3 T/TH 12:30PM-01:20PM Staff T/TH 01:20PM-03:20PM OST 247.71 Procedure Coding 2/3 Staff NCIH COURSES PCC Offers North Carolina Information Highway (NCIH) Courses PCC now offers courses in the NCIH room. The PCC NCIH room is equipped with technology to offer courses to PCC students on the Person and Caswell County campuses as well as all 58 North Carolina Community Colleges. The courses will be offered as hybrids. Hybrids courses consist of a face-to-face component and an online component. This fall, PCC will offer the following courses: ECO 251.H1, Principles of Microeconomics, Mondays from 9:30-10:45 a.m. ECO 252.H1, Principles of Macroeconomics, Mondays from 8-9:15 a.m. For more information, contact Mark Wencel at Mark.firstname.lastname@example.org or (336) 599-1181, ext. 2180 Classes in BLUE = 1st Mini-mester (Aug. 19 - Oct. 16) Classes in RED = 2nd Mini-mester (Oct. 17 - Dec. 18) Return to the Table of Contents 52 CLASS SCHEDULE, NEW CLASS INFO SYSTEMS Course Course Title Hours Days Time Instructor PBT 100.01P Phlebotomy Technology 6/7 T/TH 08:30AM-11:30AM B. Hawn T/TH 12:30PM-02:20PM W 08:30AM-12:30PM PBT 100.02P Phlebotomy Technology 6/7 T/TH 08:30AM-11:30AM B. Hawn T/TH 12:30PM-02:20PM W 08:30AM-12:30PM PBT 101.01P Phlebotomy Practicum 3/9 B. Hawn PBT 101.02P Phlebotomy Practicum 3/9 B. Hawn Phlebotomy Physical Education PED 110.71 Fit and Well for Life 2/3 PED 122.01P Yoga I 1/2 W 08:30AM-10:15AM PED 170.01P Backpacking 1/2 TH 05:30PM-06:20PM TH 05:30PM-06:20PM PED 219.01P Disc Golf 1/2 M 04:00PM-05:50PM PED 229.01P Disc Golf - Advanced 1/2 W 04:00PM-05:50PM J. Balta P. Kay R. Proctor D. Wehrenberg D. Wehrenberg M. Czysz M. Czysz M. Czysz Physics PHY 110.01P Conceptual Physics 3/3 PHY 110A.01P Conceptual Physics Lab 1/2 PHY 151.01P College Physics I 4/5 T/TH T/TH M/W M/W 04:30PM-05:45PM 06:00PM-06:50PM 04:00PM-05:30PM 05:30PM-06:20PM Plumbing PLU 111.01P Intro to Basic Plumbing 2/4 M/W 03:00PM-03:25PM Staff M/W 03:30PM-04:50PM PME 211.01P Adv Equipment Repair 4/8 T/TH 05:00PM-05:50PM Staff T/TH 06:00PM-08:50PM Political Science POL 110.01P Intro Political Science General Psychology General Psychology General Psychology General Psychology General Psychology General Psychology 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 M/W M/W M/W T/TH T/TH T T 09:30AM-10:45AM 11:00AM-12:15PM 01:00PM-02:15PM 11:30AM-12:45PM 09:00AM-10:35AM 01:00PM-02:15PM 01:00PM-02:15PM W. Cohan L. Coates L. Coates L. Covington L. Coates D. Christensen D. Christensen Psychology PSY 150.01P PSY 150.02P PSY 150.03P PSY 150.04P PSY 150.41C PSY 150.41P CTS 115 â€“ Info Systems Business Concepts For more information, contact Donna Smith at (336) 599-1181, ext. 2196 New for Fall! Classes in BLUE = 1st Mini-mester (Aug. 19 - Oct. 16) Classes in RED = 2nd Mini-mester (Oct. 17 - Dec. 18) Return to the Table of Contents CLASS SCHEDULE Course Course Title Hours Days Time 53 Instructor PSY 150.61C PSY 150.61P PSY 150.62P PSY 150.71 PSY 241.61P PSY 241.71 General Psychology General Psychology General Psychology General Psychology Developmental Psych Developmental Psych 3/3 TH 01:00PM-02:15PM 3/3 W 08:00PM-09:15PM 3/3 T 01:00PM-02:15PM 3/3 3/3 F 08:30AM-09:45AM 3/3 D. Christensen D. Christensen L. Coates L. Coates L. Covington L. Coates College Reading RED 80.01P Intro to College Reading 4/5 M/W 08:30AM-10:00AM J. Clayton M/W 10:00AM-10:50AM RED 80.02C Intro to College Reading 4/5 M/W 08:30AM-10:00AM M. Rowland M/W 10:00AM-10:50AM RED 80.02P Intro to College Reading 4/5 M/W 05:30PM-07:00PM R. McCain M/W 07:00PM-07:50PM RED 80.04P Intro to College Reading 4/5 T/TH 06:30PM-08:00PM M. Rowland T/TH 08:00PM-08:50PM RED 90.01C Improved College Reading 4/5 M/W 11:00AM-12:30PM T. Reynolds M/W 12:30PM-01:20PM RED 90.01P Improved College Reading 4/5 M/W 11:00AM-12:30PM J. Clayton M/W 12:30PM-01:20PM RED 90.02C Improved College Reading 4/5 M/W 06:30PM-07:00PM T. Reynolds M/W 07:00PM-07:50PM RED 90.04P Improved College Reading 4/5 T/TH 01:30PM-03:00PM J. Clayton T/TH 03:00PM-03:50PM RED 90.05P Improved College Reading 4/5 T/TH 04:00PM-05:30PM J. Clayton T/TH 05:30PM-06:20PM Religion REL 110.01P SAB 110.41C SAB 110.41P World Religions Substance Abuse Overview Substance Abuse Overview Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Social Problems Social Psychology Elementary Spanish I Elementary Spanish I Elementary Spanish I Elementary Spanish I Elementary Spanish II Elementary Spanish II Intermediate Spanish I Intro to Sustainability 3/3 3/3 3/3 T/TH M M 06:30PM-07:45PM 03:30PM-04:50PM 03:30PM-04:50PM G. Hardy K. Oakley K. Oakley L. Covington L. Covington L. Covington L. Covington L. Covington F. Kurdi K. Fisher K. Fisher K. Fisher K. Fisher K. Fisher K. Fisher D. Bent Substance Abuse Sociology SOC 210.01P SOC 210.61P SOC 210.62P SOC 220.71 SOC 240.61P 3/3 T/TH 08:30AM-09:45AM 3/3 W 02:00PM-03:15PM 3/3 W 05:00PM-06:15PM 3/3 3/3 W 03:30PM-04:45PM 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 T/TH M/W T/TH F T/TH T M/W T/TH 11:00AM-12:15PM 02:40PM-03:55PM 09:00AM-10:15AM 09:00AM-10:15AM 11:00AM-12:15PM 06:00PM-07:15PM 11:00AM-12:15PM 03:30PM-04:50PM Spanish SPA 111.01C SPA 111.01P SPA 111.03P SPA 111.61P SPA 112.01P SPA 112.61P SPA 211.01P Sustainability SST 110.01P Return to the Table of Contents 54 CLASS SCHEDULE Course Course Title Hours Days Time Instructor Social Work SWK 110.71 SWK 115.61P SWK 220.71 Intro to Social Work Community Resources Swk Issues in Client Services 3/3 3/4 M 05:30PM-07:20PM 3/3 S. Narin S. Narin S. Narin J. Bottoms J. Bottoms J. Bottoms J. Bottoms Web Technologies WEB 110.71 Internet/Web Fundamentals 3/4 WEB 115.71 Web Markup and Scripting 3/4 WEB 120.61P Intro Internet Multimedia 3/4 W 05:30PM-06:10PM W 06:10PM-06:45PM WEB 180.71 Active Server Pages 3/4 Welding WLD 110.01C Cutting Processes 2/4 T 06:00PM-07:00PM J. Moser T 07:00PM-09:50PM . WLD 110.01P Cutting Processes 2/4 M 08:00AM-08:50AM J. Tatum M 09:00AM-11:50AM WLD 110.02P Cutting Processes 2/4 F 08:00AM-08:50AM J. Whitfield F 09:00AM-11:50AM WLD 110.03P Cutting Processes 2/4 M 06:00PM-06:50PM J. Whitfield M 07:00PM-09:50PM WLD 110.04P Cutting Processes 2/4 T 06:00PM-06:50PM J. Tatum T 07:00PM-09:50PM WLD 111.01C Oxy-Fuel Welding 2/4 T 06:00PM-07:00PM J. Moser T 07:00PM-09:50PM WLD 111.01P Oxy-Fuel Welding 2/4 F 08:00AM-08:50AM J. Whitfield F 09:00AM-11:50AM WLD 111.02P Oxy-Fuel Welding 2/4 M 06:00PM-06:50PM J. Whitfield M 07:00PM-09:50PM WLD 112.01C Basic Welding Processes 2/4 TH 06:00PM-07:00PM J. Moser TH 07:00PM-09:50PM WLD 112.01P Basic Welding Processes 2/4 M 08:00AM-08:50AM J. Tatum M 09:00AM-11:50AM WLD 112.02P Basic Welding Processes 2/4 W 08:00AM-08:50AM J. Tatum W 09:00AM-11:50AM WLD 112.03P Basic Welding Processes 2/4 F 08:00AM-08:50AM J. Whitfield F 09:00AM-11:50AM WLD 112.04P Basic Welding Processes 2/4 M 06:00PM-06:50PM J. Whitfield M 07:00PM-09:50PM WLD 112.05P Basic Welding Processes 2/4 W 06:00PM-06:50PM J. Whitfield W 07:00PM-09:50PM WLD 112.06P Basic Welding Processes 2/4 TH 06:00PM-06:50PM J. Tatum TH 07:00PM-09:50PM WLD 115.01P SMAW (Stick) Plate 5/11 M/W 08:00AM-08:50AM J. Tatum M/W 09:00AM-01:20PM WLD 115A.01C SMAW (stick) Plate 2.5/5.5 T 06:00PM-07:00PM J. Moser T 07:00PM-08:30PM TH 06:00PM-08:30PM WLD 115A.01P SMAW (stick) Plate 2.5/5.5 M 08:00AM-08:50AM J. Tatum M 09:00AM-01:20PM Return to the Table of Contents CLASS SCHEDULE, PRE NURSING STUDENTS Course Course Title Hours Days Time 55 Instructor WLD 115A.02P SMAW (stick) Plate 2.5/5.5 M/W 06:00PM-06:25PM J. Whitfield M/W 06:30PM-08:45PM WLD 115B.01C SMAW (stick) Plate 2.5/5.5 T 06:00PM-07:00PM J. Moser T 07:00PM-08:50PM TH 06:00PM-08:50PM WLD 115B.01P SMAW (stick) Plate 2.5/5.5 T/TH 06:00PM-06:25PM J. Tatum T/TH 06:30PM-08:45PM WLD 115B.02P SMAW (stick) Plate 2.5/5.5 W 08:00AM-08:50AM J. Tatum W 09:00AM-01:20PM WLD 116.01P SMAW (stick) Plate/Pipe 4/10 M/W 08:00AM-08:25AM J. Tatum M/W 08:30AM-12:50PM WLD 116A.01C SMAW (stick) Plate/Pipe 2/5 T 06:00PM-06:30PM J. Moser T 06:30PM-08:20PM TH 06:00PM-08:20PM WLD 116A.01P SMAW (stick) Plate/Pipe 2/5 M/W 08:00AM-08:15AM J. Tatum M/W 08:20AM-10:30AM WLD 116B.01C SMAW (stick) Plate/Pipe 2/5 T 06:00PM-06:30PM J. Moser T 06:30PM-08:20PM TH 06:00PM-08:20PM WLD 116B.01P SMAW (stick) Plate/Pipe 2/5 F 08:00AM-08:30AM J. Tatum F 08:40AM-01:00PM WLD 121.01C GMAW (MIG) FCAW/Plate 4/8 T/TH 06:00PM-07:00PM J. Moser T/TH 07:00PM-09:50PM WLD 121.01P GMAW (MIG) FCAW/Plate 4/8 M/W 08:00AM-08:50AM J. Tatum M/W 09:00AM-11:50AM WLD 121.02P GMAW (MIG) FCAW/Plate 4/8 M/W 06:00PM-06:50PM J. Whitfield M/W 07:00PM-09:50PM WLD 121.03P GMAW (MIG) FCAW/Plate 4/8 T/TH 06:00PM-06:50PM J. Tatum T/TH 07:00PM-09:50PM WLD 121A.01P GMAW (MIG) FCAW/Plate 2/4 M 06:00PM-06:50PM J. Whitfield M 07:00PM-09:50PM WLD 121A.02P GMAW (MIG) FCAW/Plate 2/4 W 08:00AM-08:50AM J. Tatum W 09:00AM-11:50AM WLD 121B.01P GMAW (MIG) FCAW/Plate 2/4 F 08:00AM-08:50AM J. Tatum F 09:00AM-11:50AM WLD 121B.02P GMAW (MIG) FCAW/Plate 2/4 W 06:00PM-06:50PM J. Whitfield W 07:00PM-09:50PM WLD 122.01C GMAW (MIG) Plate/Pipe 3/7 T 06:00PM-07:00PM J. Moser T 07:00PM-09:20PM TH 06:00PM-09:20PM WLD 122.01P GMAW (MIG) Plate/Pipe 3/7 M/W 08:00AM-08:35AM J. Tatum M/W 08:30AM-11:20AM Attention Pre-Nursing Students Beginning this fall, a new requirement has been added to the Associate Degree Nursing Program. BIO 271 Pathophysiology will be offered in Spring 2014. In order to take this course, you must have completed BIO 168 & 169. See Alisa Montgomery, Interim Dean of Health Sciences and Human Services, for questions or to register (336.322.2213 or email@example.com ). Return to the Table of Contents 56 CLASS SCHEDULE, NEW CTI NETWORK COURSE Course Course Title Hours Days Time Instructor WLD 122.02P GMAW (MIG) Plate/Pipe 3/7 M/W 06:00PM-06:25PM J. Whitfield M/W 06:30PM-09:20PM WLD 122.03P GMAW (MIG) Plate/Pipe 3/7 T/TH 06:00PM-06:25PM J. Tatum T/TH 06:30PM-09:20PM WLD 131.01C GTAW (TIG) Plate 4/8 T/TH 06:00PM-07:00PM J. Moser T/TH 07:00PM-09:50PM WLD 131.01P GTAW (TIG) Plate 4/8 M/W 08:00AM-08:50AM J. Tatum M/W 09:00AM-11:50AM WLD 131.02P GTAW (TIG) Plate 4/8 M/W 06:00PM-06:50PM J. Whitfield M/W 07:00PM-09:50PM WLD 131.03P GTAW (TIG) Plate 4/8 T/TH 06:00PM-06:50PM J. Tatum T/TH 07:00PM-09:50PM WLD 131A.01P GTAW (TIG) Plate 2/4 M 06:00PM-06:50PM J. Whitfield M 07:00PM-09:50PM WLD 131A.02P GTAW (TIG) Plate 2/4 T 06:00PM-06:50PM J. Tatum T 07:00PM-09:50PM WLD 131A.03P GTAW (TIG) Plate 2/4 T/TH 06:30PM-07:00PM J. Tatum T/TH 07:05PM-08:35PM WLD 131B.01P GTAW (TIG) Plate 2/4 W 06:00PM-06:50PM J. Whitfield W 07:00PM-09:50PM WLD 131B.02P GTAW (TIG) Plate 2/4 TH 06:00PM-06:50PM J. Tatum TH 07:00PM-09:50PM WLD 132.01C GTAW (TIG) Plate/Pipe 3/7 T 06:00PM-07:00PM J. Moser T 07:00PM-09:20PM TH 06:00PM-09:20PM WLD 132.01P GTAW (TIG) Plate/Pipe 3/7 M/W 06:00PM-06:25PM J. Whitfield M/W 06:30PM-09:20PM WLD 141.01P Symbols & Specifications 3/4 F 08:00AM-09:50AM J. Tatum F 10:00AM-11:50AM WLD 141.02P Symbols & Specifications 3/4 W 06:00PM-07:50PM J. Whitfield W 08:00PM-09:50PM WLD 141.03P Symbols & Specifications 3/4 TH 06:00PM-07:50PM J. Whitfield TH 08:00PM-09:50PM WLD 141A.01C Symbols & Specifications 1.5/2 T 06:00PM-07:00PM J. Moser T 07:00PM-07:50PM WLD 141B.01C Symbols & Specifications 1.5/2 TH 06:00PM-07:00PM J. Moser TH 07:00PM-07:50PM WLD 151.01C Fabrication I 4/8 T 06:00PM-08:00PM J. Moser T 08:00PM-09:50PM TH 06:00PM-09:50PM WLD 151.01P Fabrication I 4/8 M/W 06:00PM-06:50PM J. Whitfield M/W 07:00PM-09:50PM WLD 151.02P Fabrication I 4/8 T/TH 06:00PM-06:50PM J. Tatum T/TH 07:00PM-09:50PM WLD 151A.01P Fabrication I 2/4 M 06:00PM-06:50PM J. Whitfield M 07:00PM-09:50PM WLD 151B.01P Fabrication I 2/4 W 06:00PM-06:50PM J. Whitfield W 07:00PM-09:50PM WLD 261.01P Certification Practices 2/4 F 08:00AM-08:50AM J. Tatum F 09:00AM-11:50AM Return to the Table of Contents LEARNING RESOURSES CENTERS, LRC BOOK CLUB 57 Learning Resources Centers Collaborate, Cooperate, Interact and Learn…. Piedmont Community College LRCs and NCLIVE collaborate to improve the quality of life for citizens in our learning communities. PCC’s LRCs and NCLIVE support the needs of our learning communities with shared services, access to thousands of full-text online magazines, journals, newspapers, streaming videos, eBooks, audio books, and databases. The PCC LRCs are the places you can come together to Collaborate, Cooperate, Interact and Learn! Study quietly or just enjoy the Wi-Fi. It’s an exciting journey! Come and get engaged, with other students, faculty and our community. Visit your LRC in person or online and discover how communities thrive at your library http://www.piedmontcc.edu/lrc Book Club Activity Spring Adam Shephard | Scratch Beginnings The author of Scratch Beginnings, Adam Shephard, visited PCC on March 26 and delivered an electrifying and an engaging book discussion to the audience about his journey to acquire the American Dream. The Book Club is designed to provide an opportunity for students from different backgrounds to share a common experience as well as to bring members of the campus together as a community by creating common ground for academic discussion. LRC Book Club Girl With A Pearl Earring This fall the Read ’N’ See Book Club will be reading Girl With A Pearl Earring by author Tracy Chevalier, which tells a story about the events surrounding the creation of the painting “Girl With A Pearl Earring” by 17th century Dutch master Johannes Vermeer.