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Dear Students:

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On behalf of the faculty and staff at Pikes Peak Community College, welcome to the Spring Semester! Even though PPCC has been hit hard by budget cuts, a combination of strong enrollment growth, coupled with numerous cost-saving measures and prudent planning, has allowed us to continue to invest solidly in your future. Our transfer students continue to do well. PPCC students transferring to UCCS have a higher GPA and a higher graduation rate than those students starting at UCCS. PPCC has increased its commitment to safety by installing new door locks for approximately 683 doors which allow staff and faculty to lock their doors from the inside in the event of an emergency. PPCC invested in new facilities and programs including $1.6 million dollars for improving and expanding the Culinary Arts Program at the Centennial Campus and the Nursing and Physical and Life Sciences labs at the Rampart Range Campus. At the new Falcon campus, PPCC added a new Equine Management Program. For students having trouble in Math, PPCC designed a new program called Second Chance which provides students an alternative to the traditional lecture-style format classroom environment. Using a software program called ALEKS, students are allowed to focus solely on that which they must still learn, giving them an opportunity to quickly master this material. To offer more course offerings at Rampart, PPCC partnered with The Classical Academy Charter School to add a new building on the Rampart campus which will starting hosting classes Spring Semester. The college dramatically expanded hybrid and distance courses and increased its course enrollment caps in traditional courses to allow more students to register for classes. In addition, PPCC has invested in online tutoring for those students who work late into the night or are taking an online course. We have sought out many innovative ways to streamline, minimize waste, increase efficiency, reuse and recycle, and promote sustainability of our college resources. Some of the ways we are reducing costs include replacing paper towels in the restrooms with hand-dryers, using electronic document routing to reduce paper consumption and manpower, adjusting facility usage to save utilities and labor, freezing spending in non-essential areas, and promoting inventive ways to utilize existing campus resources. And finally, to assist students registering for classes through our online system, the college is partnering with a Colorado Springs company called CodeBaby to design an avatar to walk students through the banner registration process. These and other changes we’ve made may seem small, but they add up – and allow us to put our resources where they count – toward you, the students. Your success is our top priority, and our entire focus is on maintaining a high quality of services and ensuring the excellence of your education here at PPCC. We are committed to your success, and our aim is for you to achieve the lifelong goals that you have set for yourselves. Best wishes for a successful semester.

Anthony G. (Tony) Kinkel, Ed.D. President

Cover Design: Bubba Art

Respectfully Yours,

Accelerated College Prep Math Classes........ 43 All Campuses Schedule................................. 44 Application for Admission............................111 Application for Graduation.............................14 Bookstore..................................................4, 15 Calendar......................................................... 2 Campus Directory........................................102 Career Planning & Advising............................15 CCC Online Schedule.................................... 35 Changing Your Class Schedule.......................13 Class Add/Drop/Withdraw Dates.................... 2 COF (College Opportunity Fund)..................101 Continuing Ed. Math Second Chance............ 42 Crisis Counseling Office.................................15 Distance Education Classes.......................... 24 Drug & Alcohol Information............................. 7 E-mail Addresses............................................ 8 Falcon Campus Class Schedule........center section FERPA Disclosure..........................................14 Grades by Internet.........................................14 General Education Transfer Program.............19 Hybrid Schedule........................................... 24 Late Start Classes........................................ 40 Learning Communities.................................. 42 Library.......................................................4, 16 Logging On..................................................... 8 Lorraine Center............................................ 42 Maps/College Locations..............................106 Men’s Multicultural Retention Program............ 17 Military Programs..........................................17 Military Programs Class Schedule.........center section Office Hours.................................................... 3 Online Registration......................................... 8 Open-Entry/Open-Exit................................... 34 Orientation for New Students.......................... 5 PPCC Connect............................29, center section Policies..........................................................13 Refunds.........................................................13 Registering for Classes................................... 8 Residency......................................................12 Services for Students.....................................15 Text Messaging & Email Emergency Notification................................................14 Tuition & Fees...............................................10 University Connections................................. 20 Video Conferencing Class Schedule.............. 28 Voter Registration........................................107 Weekend College.......................................... 38 Worksheet (Class Selection).........................109

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SPRING 2010 Important Dates

November 9, 2009 Early Registration Begins November 16 Open Registration Begins January 15 Last Day to Resolve Residency Issues February 15 Graduation Application Deadline May 12-14 Finals May 15 Graduation

Holidays/Special Days January January March

1 Closed – Holiday 18, 19 Open – No Classes 22-28 Open – No Classes

Full Semester [F15] January January 20 February 4 April 20 May 11

Last Day to Register Classes Begin Drop Date Withdraw Date Classes End

Weekend Start [MS4] January January February April May

23 22 8 26 11

Late Start [LAT] February February March April May

25 24 8 30 11

Last Day to Register Classes Begin Drop Date Withdraw Date Classes End Last Day to Register Classes Begin Drop Date Withdraw Date Classes End

First Bi-semester [BI1] January January January March March

21 20 27 2 12

Last Day to Register Classes Begin Drop Date Withdraw Date Classes End

First Tri-semester [TR1] January January January February February

21 20 25 16 23

Last Day to Register Classes Begin Drop Date Withdraw Date Classes End

Second Tri-semester [TR2] February February March March April

25 24 1 30 6

Last Day to Register Classes Begin Drop Date Withdraw Date Classes End

Third Tri-semester [TR3] April April April May May

8 7 12 4 11

Last Day to Register Classes Begin Drop Date Withdraw Date Classes End

Open Entry Session C [MS1] January January February March April

21 20 1 29 6

Last Day to Register Classes Begin Drop Date Withdraw Date Classes End

Open Entry Session D [MS2] February February March April May

25 24 8 30 11

Last Day to Register Classes Begin Drop Date Withdraw Date Classes End

Open Entry Session E [MS3] April April April May May

8 7 12 4 11

Last Day to Register Classes Begin Drop Date Withdraw Date Classes End

Second Bi-semester [BI2]

Key Terms:

March March March May May

16 15 29 3 11

Last Day to Register Classes Begin Drop Date Withdraw Date Classes End

• Drop Date: Last Date to drop a class and receive a refund. • Withdraw Date: Last date to withdraw from a class/NOT Refunded. • Registration ends two days into each part of the term. • Drop Dates mark important deadlines. Students who do not drop classes by the drop date will be financially obligated for the class. For information on the last day to drop special session classes [those not listed above], please call the Enrollment Services Center at 502-3000. Students who have residency concerns should see pages 12 & 13 for specific information.


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CCCOnline – Session One [CC1] January January February April May

26 25 9 19 9

Last Day to Register Classes Begin Drop Date Withdraw Date Classes End

CCCOnline – Session Two [CC2] March March March April May

1 10 26 9

Last Day to Register Classes Begin Drop Date Withdraw Date Classes End

Downtown Studio Campus Weekend College [WKC] January January February April May

23 22 8 26 11

Last Day to Register Classes Begin Drop Date Withdraw Date Classes End

Military Term I [MI1] January January 20 January 26 March 2 March 13

Last Day to Register Classes Begin Drop Date Withdraw Date Classes End

Military Term II [MI2] March March March May May

23 22 29 4 15

Last Day to Register Classes Begin Drop Date Withdraw Date Classes End

Military Term SEP I [MS6] January January February February March

26 25 1 25 5

Last Day to Register Classes Begin Drop Date Withdraw Date Classes End

Hours of Operation Student Services & Instructional Services Offices

Centennial, Downtown Studio, Rampart Range & Falcon Campuses Student Services Offices include: Enrollment Services Centers (admissions, cashier, records, financial aid, and veteran’s affairs), Testing Center, Career Planning and Advising, Office of Accommodative Services and Instructional Support (OASIS), SCEOC, Campus Life, Learning Assistance Center (tutoring), Student Crisis Counseling Office and Student Support Services/TRiO. Normal hours of operation: Monday, Tuesday.............................................. 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. Wednesday – Friday.......................................... 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Instructional Services Offices include: Mathematics & Languages; Health, Environmental, Natural & Physical Sciences; Business, Social & Behavioral Sciences; Communications, Humanities & Technical Studies. Normal hours of operation: Monday – Friday................................................ 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Special hours two weeks prior to and the first week of each semester at the following offices: Enrollment Services Centers (admissions, cashier, records, financial aid, and veteran’s affairs), Campus Life, Financial Services–Cashiering, Bookstore, Testing Center, Career Planning and Advising, and all Instructional offices. Special hours of operation: Monday, Tuesday.............................................. 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. Wednesday – Friday.......................................... 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Military Term SEP II [MS7] March March 29 April 5 April 29 May 7

Last Day to Register Classes Begin Drop Date Withdraw Date Classes End

Nondiscrimination statement: Pikes Peak Community College does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, age, veteran’s status, sexual orientation, or disability in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in, its educational programs or activities. Inquiries may be referred to the AA/ EEO/ADA Officer, Pikes Peak Community College, room C-202 (719) 502-2600 (719 5023333 TTY); the Director of Affirmative Action for the Colorado Community College and Occupational Education System, 9101 E. Lowry Boulevard, Suite 600, Denver, CO 80204, (303) 620-4000; or the Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, 1961 Stout Street, Denver, CO 80230, (303) 844-5695. (NOTE: Other resources are the Colorado Civil Rights Commission and the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.)

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Pikes Peak Community College is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association, 30 North LaSalle Street, Suite 2400, Chicago, IL 60602-2504, (312)263-0456.

YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE for obtaining and reading a college catalog. College catalogs are available to all new students at the time of registration in any of the Enrollment Services Centers. Catalogs are also available online at www.ppcc.edu. A Student Guide is available at the Student Activity Desks.


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Bookstore

Centennial Campus  •  B-210   •  502-2665 Downtown Studio Campus  •  DO-S104  •  502-2663 Rampart Range Campus  •  N-101  •  502-2664 Falcon Campus  •  FN-POD 602  •  502-3820

Food Services

Centennial Campus The Meadow  •  A-211  •  502-4555 Monday – Thursday................................. 7:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. Friday.......................................................... 7:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Normal hours of operation: Monday, Tuesday.............................................. 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. Wednesday – Friday.......................................... 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. SPECIAL hours two weeks prior to and the first week of each semester: Monday, Tuesday.............................................. 8 a.m. – 7 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday....................................... 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. Friday............................................................... 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday prior to & first Saturday of classes....... 9 a.m. – Noon

When classes are not in session: Monday – Friday........................................... 7:30 a.m. – 2 p.m.

NOTE: Falcon Campus Bookstore is only open two weeks prior to each semester and the first week of each semester. The hours of operation are the same as the SPECIAL hours listed for all campuses.

Centennial Campus  •  A-262  •  502-2555

NOTE: The Downtown Studio, Rampart Range and Falcon Campus Bookstores only provide books for courses taught at those campuses. CCC-Online textbooks are only available at the Centennial Campus Bookstore. Books can be ordered online for any course and delivered to any residence or any campus bookstore for pickup at www.ppccbookstore.com. Course material information in accordance with the College Opportunity and Affordability Act is available at www.ppccbookstore.com. Bookstore hours are subject to change.

Campus Center

Rampart Range Campus  •  W-103  •  502-2042 Monday – Thursday................................. 7:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. Friday..................................................... 7:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. When classes are not in session: Monday – Friday...................................... 7:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Gymnasium/Fitness Center

Monday – Thursday........................................... 7 a.m. – 8 p.m. Friday............................................................... 7 a.m. – 6 p.m. Saturday............................................................. 8 a.m. – Noon When classes are not in session: Call for availability

Library

Centennial Campus  •  A-201  •  502-2400 Monday – Thursday...................................... 7:30 a.m. – 8 p.m. Friday.......................................................... 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday........................................................... 9 a.m. – 2 p.m.

Rampart Range Campus  •  N-201  •  502-2440 Monday – Thursday...................................... 7:30 a.m. – 8 p.m. Friday.......................................................... 7:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday.....................................................................CLOSED

Centennial Campus  •  A-208  •  502-2522

Centennial & Rampart Range Campuses

Monday – Thursday........................................... 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. Friday............................................................... 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

When classes are not in session: Monday – Friday................................................ 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday.....................................................................CLOSED

Campus Life

Centennial Campus  •  A-208  •  502-2522 Downtown Studio Campus  •  DO-N106b  •  502-2538 Rampart Range Campus  •  S-207  •  502-2577 Monday – Tuesday............................................ 8 a.m. – 6 p.m. Wednesday – Friday.......................................... 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Computer Labs

Military Programs

Fort Carson Education Center Building 1117  •  Room 118  •  502-4200 Monday – Thursday.......................................... 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Friday............................................................ 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Centennial Campus  •  A-300  •  502-2442 Rampart Range Campus  •  E-203  •  502-2408

Peterson Air Force Base Education Center Building 1141  •  Room 112  •  502-4300

Monday – Thursday................................. 7:30 a.m. – 9:30 p.m. Friday.......................................................... 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Saturday......................................................... 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Sunday at Centennial................................................ 1 – 4 p.m. Sunday at Rampart Range............................................Closed

Monday – Friday............................................... 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Shriever Air Force Base Dekok Building Building 210  •  Room 311  •  567-2043

Downtown Studio Campus  •  DO-N106a  •  502-2443 Falcon Campus  •  FN-POD 601  •  502-2409

USAF Academy Education Center Community Center, Lower Level  •  Room P-106  •  333-3298

Monday – Thursday...................................... 8 a.m. – 9:30 p.m. Friday............................................................... 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Saturday......................................................... 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Sunday.........................................................................Closed

First Wednesday of the month.............. 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

When classes are not in session: Call for availability or visit http://www.ppcc.edu/Student

Second Monday of the month.......................... 10 a.m. – Noon


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New Student Orientation New Student Orientation is MANDATORY for first time college students seeking an AA or AS degree either in person or online. This includes students who attended either PSEO or AVP college classes. The following list indicates the various times and dates. Orientation provides an introduction to Enrollment Services, 60+60 Transfer Credits, Campus Life, Career Planning and Advising, Financial Aid and other useful college information. We invite all first term students to attend an orientation. After Orientation, get more information by speaking to a staff member in Career Planning and Advising or by visiting Enrollment Services. Due to limited seating, please call Enrollment Services at 502-3000 to reserve your seat. Remember, first time college students seeking an AA or AS degree must attend orientation prior to registration or go online at https://www.ppcc.edu/ orientation.

Spring Orientation Dates Centennial Campus Wednesday, November 18............................... 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Saturday, January 9, 2010................................ 10 a.m. – Noon Downtown Studio Campus Saturday, December 5...................................... 10 a.m. – Noon Wednesday, January 13, 2010......................... 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Rampart Range Campus Wednesday, December 2................................. 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Saturday, January 16, 2010.............................. 10 a.m. – Noon Falcon Campus Wednesday, November 11............................... 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. Saturday, December 12.................................... 10 a.m. – Noon PSEO students are encouraged to attend an orientation covering PSEO-specific and general college information. Please call 719502-3111 for information.

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Distance Education Orientation Television-based Classes

[Attendance at one session is MANDATORY]

Spring Orientation Dates Centennial Campus  •  Room A-167 Saturday, January 16, 2010.................................. 10 – 11 a.m. Rampart Range Campus  •  Room W-101 Tuesday, January 19, 2010.............................. 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.

Internet-based Classes

Attendance is OPTIONAL but recommended, especially if this is your first semester in online classes or if you have not used Desire2Learn software. ALL online and hybrid section and all course companions to traditional classes are in Desire2Learn.

Spring Orientation Dates [Choose one session]

Centennial Campus  •  Room A-167 Saturday, January 16, 2010.................................. 10 – 11 a.m. Rampart Range Campus  •  Room W-101 Tuesday, January 19, 2010.............................. 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.


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Easy Steps to Registration

It’s As Easy As One…Two…Well, You Get The Idea.

IMPORTANT: Every student who receives public benefits MUST prove their lawful presence in the United States. There are three ways this can be done: 1. by signing up and being verified by the Colorado Opportunity Fund (COF) 2. by verifying citizenship through the financial aid application process, 3. or through the affidavit process. See Colorado House Bill 1023, pg. 10.

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COLLEGE OPPORTUNITY FUND (COF). Colorado has changed the

way it funds Higher Education. To qualify for affordable instate tuition, you must sign up for the College Opportunity Fund. It’s an easy one-time thing. Just go to www. collegeincolorado.org, and you can sign up in minutes. Don’t have a computer? All of our Enrollment Services Centers have computers set up for your convenience. IMPORTANT: If you don’t have a Colorado driver’s license or a Colorado ID you may not qualify. See pg. 101 for more details.

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APPLY. It’s simple. Go online to www.ppcc.edu,

follow the instructions, and click “send.” No fuss, no muss, no messy cleanup. You can also fill out a printed copy and send it is – there’s one in the back of this Catalog, or you can pick one up at any PPCC location. Admission is open to anyone 17 or older, and the best part is, there’s no fee. Got questions? Call 719-540-PPCC.

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FINANCIAL AID. Getting help is easier

than you think. The trick is getting your paperwork in early. All it takes to apply for financial aid, including grants, loans, scholarships and work study programs, is a single application form. But the earlier you get your application in, the better your chances to be considered for all available sources of financial assistance. So get started today at www.fafsa.ed.gov. For more information, contact a Financial Aid Advisor in Enrollment Services at 719-540-PPCC.

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PLACEMENT. This is one test everybody aces. It’s a quick evaluation of your basic skills that helps your advisor, and you, know where your college education should start. If you have ACT or SAT scores already, or if you’ve taken college classes before, you might not need a placement test. But to be on the safe side, contact the Testing Center at 719-502-3370.

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ORIENTATION. Sound familiar? Here’s where you learn all about the programs, services, and other resources that’ll help you succeed on campus. All students are encouraged to participate. If you are seeking an AA or AS degree, you are required to attend an orientation before you register. Because we schedule our orientation sessions for specific times and places, reservations are a must. Call 719-540-PPCC for your best availability. Orientation is also available online at www.ppcc. edu/orientation.

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CAREER PLANNING & ADVISING.

And now for the big question: “Why are you here?” Come to Career Planning & Advising for help figuring out your career goals and mapping them to the PPCC academic plan that fits you best. Check out career counseling to learn about your career options, and then get help with choosing your classes. If you’re a new student enrolled in a degree/ certificate program, you’ll also be assigned your personal faculty program advisor. He or she can be your new best friend as you head toward graduation – they know all the ins and outs of your major, and will help guide your choice of classes in future semesters. For more information, call 719502-3232.

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REGISTER.

Your application’s on file, you’ve completed your placement test, and you’ve spoken to an advisor at the Career Planning & Advising Center. What’s next? Registration! To register, visit us online at www.ppcc.edu, or stop by any campus location. Questions? Call 719-540-PPCC.

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PAY. Financing your future. When the only thing standing between you and a college degree is your wallet, you’ll be surprised how good it feels to write out your first tuition check and complete your registration. Payments may be made by check, money order, or credit card, and you can pay in person or online. For information, call 719-502-2444.


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The College has adopted the following Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program: ■  STANDARD OF CONDUCT

Students shall not engage in the unauthorized or unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, possession, use/abuse of alcohol and/or illicit drugs on College property or as a part of any College activity. ■  LEGAL SANCTIONS There are legal sanctions for violations of the Standard of Conduct. Any student who is convicted of the unlawful manufacture, distribution, dispensation, possession, use or abuse of illicit drugs or alcohol is subject to criminal penalties under local, state or federal law. These penalties range in severity from a fine of $100 to $8,000,000 and/or life imprisonment. The exact penalty assessed depends upon the nature and severity of the individual offense.

■  ILLEGAL SUBSTANCES

Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention Program THE LAW Pikes Peak Community College is a state system

A myriad of health risks are associated with drug and alcohol abuse. Risks include but are not limited to: malnutrition, brain damage, heart disease, pancreatitis, cirrhosis of the liver, mental illness, death, low birth-weight babies, and babies with drug addictions. Personal relationships, family dynamics, ability to work and study are also at risk.

• Student Crisis Counseling Office, 719-502-4782 • Human Resource Services Office, 719-502-2600 and through the community:

governed by the State

• Pikes Peak Mental Health Center – (24 hr.), 719-635-7000 • Alcoholics Anonymous (24 hr.), 719-573-5020 • Narcotics Anonymous, 637-1580 • SAMHSA National Hotline 1-800-662-4357 (HELP) • Alanon and Alateen 719-632-0063 • Online Resources www.ulifeline.org/schools/ppcc

Board for Community Colleges and Occupational Board Policy requires the College to comply with the Drug Free Schools and Communities Amendments of 1989 (PL 101-226 in Federal law). A copy of this law is on file in the Human Resource

■  HEALTH RISKS

■  REFERRAL RESOURCES Referral for counseling, treatment, rehabilitation, and re-entry programs is available through the College:

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Education. ■  COLLEGE PENALTIES The College will impose penalties against students who violate the above Standard of Conduct. Violators will be subject to disciplinary action under student disciplinary policies. The sanctions include, but are not limited to, probation, suspension or expulsion from the college or probation, suspension or termination of employment; and referral to authorities for prosecution, as appropriate.

A listing of controlled substances is on file for your reference in the Human Resource Services Office.

Or consult the yellow pages of the local telephone book for a listing of private and community based programs. Check listings under “Alcoholism Treatment” and “Drug Abuse Information and Treatment.”

Services Office for your reference.

■ For further information contact Campus Life, 719-502-2500. This information is provided in compliance with the Drug Free Schools and Communities Amendments of 1989 (PL 101-226).

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Online Registration It’s easy to register using a computer and accessing the Internet. Here’s how:

1 Point your browser to the PPCC website at www.ppcc.edu 2 Go to Log in. 3 Click on Register for classes (SSB). 4 Follow the instructions online to register for classes. Computers are available for online registration in the Career Planning and Advising or the Enrollment Services Center at the Centennial, Downtown Studio and Rampart Range Campuses. You will not be able to register online if: • You owe the College money. • You are on academic suspension or dismissal. • You do not have a current application within the last three semesters on file. • You have elected to withhold directory information. • You have not contacted the Career Planning & Advising Center (new, readmit, or transfer students only). • If you are an AA/AS degree seeking student and have not attended an orientation. • It is after close of registration. Not available on the online registration system: • Overload into closed classes • Audit grade option • Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory grade option • Drop a class after published last day to drop (see pages 2 & 3)

Payment Information

Third Party  Tuition authorizations may be submitted by mail or in person by the deadline outlined above. You may call Financial Services at 719-502-2236 if you need additional information.

Financial Aid  If you have received a financial aid award, any balance not paid by your aid must be made by using the above payment options.

Help Available by e-mail

See the PPCC Home Page on the Internet at www.ppcc.edu. You can contact the following offices through the e-mail addresses listed below: Admissions.......................................... Admissions@ppcc.edu Advising.................................................... Advising@ppcc.edu Bookstore.............................................. Bookstore@ppcc.edu Business, Social & Behavioral Sciences... BSBSDiv@ppcc.edu Campus Life........................................CampusLife@ppcc.edu Cashier...................................................... Cashier@ppcc.edu Career Planning & Advising Center...............Career@ppcc.edu Communications, Humanities, &   Technical Studies................................. CHTSDiv@ppcc.edu Distance Education..............................Distance.ed@ppcc.edu Downtown Studio Gallery.................... DTSCgallery@ppcc.edu Division of Languages...................... LanguagesDiv@ppcc.edu English Language Institute................................ ELI@ppcc.edu Financial Aid.................................................Finaid@ppcc.edu

Payment or payment arrangements must be made by 5 p.m. the Friday before classes begin. If you are unable to make payment or arrangements, it is your responsibility to drop your classes by the drop dates published in the Class Schedule. If classes are not dropped, you will be financially responsible. The College also reserves the right to involuntarily withdraw you from your classes and you will still be responsible for paying for the classes. If you attend classes or you do not drop all classes prior to the stated census date, you will be charged a $20 late tuition payment charge if you: • have not paid for or made arrangements to pay for your classes or • do not have a payment guarantee from a third party or • have not completed an application for financial aid.

Military Programs............................. Mil.Programs@ppcc.edu

Pay any of the following ways:

Prior Learning/SWEEP................................SWEEP@ppcc.edu

Credit Card  You can pay the full amount with Visa, MasterCard

Financial Services.......................................Finserv@ppcc.edu Food Service................................ donna.humphrey@ppcc.edu Health, Environmental, Natural &   Physical Sciences............................... HENPSDiv@ppcc.edu High School Programs........... highschoolprograms@ppcc.edu KEPC Radio.................................................. KEPC@ppcc.edu Library........................................................Library@ppcc.edu Mathematics & Technology.......................... MTDiv@ppcc.edu

Public Safety................................................police@ppcc.edu

or Discover. Have your card ready when you call. You can also check your bill and pay by credit card on the web at the PPCC home page.

Testing Center............................................TestCtr@ppcc.edu

By Mail  A check or money order for the full amount to PPCC

Transfer.................................................... Transfer@ppcc.edu

must be received by the deadline outlined above.

In Person  Pay by cash, check, money order, or credit card at the cashier’s office, at the Centennial Campus, room A-101; at the Downtown Studio Campus, room DO-S100; at the Rampart Range Campus, room S-102 or the Falcon Campus, room 100.

Records.................................................... Records@ppcc.edu

Tutoring.........................................................Tutor@ppcc.edu Veterans Affairs................................................. VA@ppcc.edu Writing Center...................................................owl@ppcc.edu


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How to Register for Classes

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GO TO THE COLLEGE REGISTRATION WEBSITE & LOG IN 1 Go to www.ppcc.edu. Click LOG IN then REGISTER FOR CLASSES (SSB) and

ENTER SECURE AREA.

2 ENTER YOUR USER ID You can use your new Banner ID (Sxxxxxxxx). 3 ENTER YOUR PIN and Click LOGIN

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The FIRST time you log in, your PIN will be the mmddyy of your birth date.

The FIRST time you log in, you will be required to CHANGE your PIN from your birth date to ensure security. Keep your PIN safe, available, and confidential.

CHOOSE YOUR COLLEGE & TERM 1 At MAIN MENU. Click STUDENT MENU. Click REGISTRATION MENU.

*New students will be prompted to enter a registration PIN.

2 Click LOOK UP CLASSES. 3 Select SEARCH BY SCHOOL. Pick the college where you wish to take classes. 4 Select SEARCH TERM. 5 Select appropriate term. Click SUMBIT.

LOOK UP CLASSES BY SUBJECT/DAYS/TIMES/ETC. 1 Select SUBJECT and click on a Course Subject you are interested in. To select multiple

Course Subjects, hold down your Ctrl key and click on as many Course Subjects as desired.

2 Click CLASS SEARCH and a listing of all courses will appear.

NOTE: A number of other options are available for you to search on such as times, days, instructional method, etc., but you must always include SUBJECT in your search.

SELECT CLASSES/REGISTER & VIEW SCHEDULE 1 CLICK IN THE OPEN CHECKBOX in front of the course CRN (Course Registration Number)

you desire, scroll to the bottom of the page, click the REGISTER button and the course will be added to your schedule .

2 CURRENT SCHEDULE will appear. VERIFY that you registered for the correct course. You can

continue to add or drop classes by repeating the CLASS SEARCH function

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You may choose to use the “Add to Worksheet” to develop a full schedule before finalizing and submitting for registration. To use the worksheet you will need to know the CRN for each desired course.

3 RETURN TO MENU (at the top left hand corner of the page) to view your detailed schedule,

view/pay your bill, and to access your financial aid information.

4 PRINT a copy of your detailed schedule by using the browser print function on the top toolbar.

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About Tuition

To be considered a Colorado Resident, a student must show proof of residency in the state for the immediate 12 months prior to the first class of the term, and meet other requirements. Contact the Enrollment Services Center at 719540-PPCC for more information about residency requirements.

interest and other costs. Students with an unpaid account will have transcripts and grades held and will not be able to register for subsequent terms.

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IMPORTANT: Colorado House Bill 1023 Do you want to qualify for lower in-state tuition or other reduced tuition rates? Then per Colorado statute HB 1023, you MUST prove your lawful presence in the United States. The easiest way to do this is by applying for the Colorado Opportunity Fund (COF) or by applying for Financial Aid (see page 14 for instructions). If you choose not to complete these steps, you MUST visit an Enrollment Services Center in person, show your Colorado driver’s license or Colorado ID, and sign an affidavit in the presence of a PPCC staff member. If you do not prove your lawful presence in the U.S., you will not qualify for reduced tuition benefits or in-state residency. For more information, go to www.ppcc.edu/prospective students/records/hb1023. If you have questions or need help, call 502-HELP. Financial Obligation. Students who register for one or more classes (unless they officially drop from the College within the time specified for a refund) are obligated to pay the full amount of their tuition and fees. Failure to pay tuition could result in the addition of attorney charges, collection fees,

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Estimated per Credit Hour Tuition Rates

This table summarizes the information discussed below regarding estimated per credit hour tuition rates. Tuition

Total Tuition

COF Student Share Stipend of Tuition

Resident........................................................... $156.30 $68.00 Non-Resident.................................................... $393.90 PPCC Internet Based ....................................... $224.10 $68.00 PPCC Non-resident Internet Based.................... $246.95 Interactive Television......................................... $162.30 $68.00 Non-Resident Interactive Television................... $393.90 Resident - CCC Online....................................... $224.10 $68.00 Non-Resident CCC Online.................................. $246.95 Resident Nursing.............................................. $196.65 $68.00 Resident Nursing Internet Based......................... 269.85 $68.00 Non-Resident Nursing Internet Based............... $269.85 Video Conferencing Course............................... $162.30 $68.00 Non-Resident Video Conferencing Course......... $393.90 Aviation Flight................................................... $277.75 $68.00

$88.30 $393.90 $156.10 $246.95 $94.30 $393.90 $156.10 $246.95 $128.65 $201.85 $269.85 $156.10 $393.90 $209.75

“Student Share of Tuition” to the left does NOT include registration, student and course fees. Course fees vary according to credit hours.

The State of Colorado historically subsidized higher education for in-state students by giving money directly to the colleges. In 2004 the Colorado Legislature enacted a new law establishing the College Opportunity Fund (COF). Under this new law, starting in the Fall semester 2005, the State will give this money for the subsidy to students by sending it to the institution the student designates. This money, known as College Opportunity Fund stipends, will be applied to an in-state student’s tuition if the student applies for and authorizes the use of the stipend. The college you are attending will receive the money and it will appear as a credit on your tuition bill. Currently the College Opportunity Fund (COF) stipend is estimated to be worth $68.00 per credit hour. ESTIMATED PER CREDIT HOUR BASE TUITION CALCULATION Total estimated base in-state tuition Minus estimated “College Opportunity Fund Stipend”

$156.30 68.00

Student’s estimated share of in-state tuition per credit hour

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Tuition & Fee Rates Estimated Resident Tuition

Tuition Rates (per credit hour) Course Type

Resident without COF

Resident Non- WUE with Resident Rate COF Rate

Credit Hours

On Campus PPCC Internet (*N*) CCC ON LINE (C**) ITV NUR Courses Campus NUR Courses Internet AVT Courses

$156.30 $224.10 $224.10 $162.30 $196.65 $269.85 $277.75

88.30 156.10 156.10 94.30 128.65 201.85 209.75

This table illustrates the estimated difference between a resident student account with the College Opportunity Fund stipend and a resident account without the stipend.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

Total Tuition

156.30 312.60 468.90 625.20 781.50 937.80 1,094.10 1,250.40 1,406.70 1,563.00 1,719.30 1,875.60 2,031.90 2,188.20 2,344.50 2,500.80 2,657.10 2,813.40

COF Stipend

Student Fees

Total with COF Stipend

Total without COF Stipend

68.00 136.00 204.00 272.00 340.00 408.00 476.00 544.00 612.00 680.00 748.00 816.00 884.00 952.00 1,020.00 1,088.00 1,156.00 1,224.00

19.34 27.23 35.12 43.01 50.90 58.79 66.68 74.57 82.46 90.35 98.24 106.13 114.02 121.91 129.80 137.69 145.58 153.47

107.64 203.83 300.02 396.21 492.40 588.59 684.78 780.97 877.16 973.35 1,069.54 1,165.73 1,261.92 1,358.11 1,454.30 1,550.49 1,646.68 1,742.87

175.64 339.83 504.02 668.21 832.40 996.59 1,160.78 1,324.97 1,489.16 1,653.35 1,817.54 1,981.73 2,145.92 2,310.11 2,474.30 2,638.49 2,802.68 2,966.87

Estimated Non-Resident Tuition

Non-resident students are not eligible for the COF stipend. Non-Resident Credit Hours Tuition 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

393.90 787.80 1,181.70 1,575.60 1,969.50 2,363.40 2,757.30 3,151.20 3,545.10 3,939.00 4,332.90 4,726.80 5,120.70 5,514.60 5,908.50 6,302.40 6,696.30 7,090.20

Student Fees 19.34 27.23 35.12 43.01 50.90 58.79 66.68 74.57 82.46 90.35 98.24 106.13 114.02 121.91 129.80 137.69 145.58 153.47

Total 413.24 815.03 1,216.82 1,618.61 2,020.40 2,422.19 2,823.98 3,225.77 3,627.56 4,029.35 4,431.14 4,832.93 5,234.72 5,636.51 6,038.30 6,440.09 6,841.88 7,243.67

For current tuition information, go to www.ppcc. edu/current-students/tuition-fees.

393.90 246.95 246.95 393.90 393.90 269.85 393.90

181.65 246.95 246.95 393.90 393.90 269.85 393.90

Tuition and Fees are subject to change by the State Legislature and Governing Board. Also, tuition and fees at off-campus locations may vary according to operational costs. Some courses have additional fees ranging from $1 to $268.00 per course while some courses also charge a higher tuition rate.

Additional Fees: These charges are refundable up to the deadline date for each class that is dropped. The following charges are associated with specific courses. COURSE SECTION

AMOUNT

DEA 121 all sections DEA 121 all sections DEA 181 all sections DEA 182 all sections EMS 170 all sections EMS 170 all sections EMS 170 all sections EMS 170 all sections EMS 225 all sections EMS 225 all sections EMS 225 all sections EMS 225 all sections EMS 225 all sections EMS 227 all sections EMS 281.031 HPR 102 all sections HPR 112 all sections HPR 112 all sections HPR 112 all sections HPR 112 all sections HPR 113 all sections HPR 113 all sections HPR 113 all sections HPR 113 all sections HVA 113 all sections HWE 103 all sections MOT 181.031 MOT 181.031 MOT 181.031 MOT 182.031 MOT 182.031 MOT 182.031 NUA 101 all sections NUA 101 all sections NUA 170 all sections

$5.00 $41.50 $14.50 $14.50 $5.00 $41.50 $10.00 $25.00 $80.00 $10.00 $61.00 $5.00 $41.50 $25.00 $50.00 $4.00 $25.00 $41.50 $5.00 $14.50 $25.00 $41.50 $5.00 $14.50 $35.00 $4.00 $14.50 $41.50 $5.00 $14.50 $41.50 $5.00 $41.50 $5.00 $14.50

Background Check Drug Screen Malpractice Insurance Malpractice Insurance Background Check Drug Screen Third Ride Fee Malpractice Insurance Database Fee Third Ride Fee Malpractice Insurance Background Check Drug Screen Clinical Fee Internship Fee CPR card Draw Kit Drug Screen Background Check Malpractice Insurance Draw Kit Drug Screen Background Check Malpractice Insurance EPA Exam Fee FA/CPR card Malpractice Insurance Drug Screen Background Check Malpractice Insurance Drug Screen Background Check Drug Screen Background Check Malpractice Insurance


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NUR 106 all sections NUR 109 all sections NUR 109 all sections NUR 201 2H1 NUR 206 all sections NUR 206 all sections NUR 216 all sections PED 129 all sections PHT 105 all sections PHT 105 all sections PHT 116 all sections PHT 116 all sections PHT 170 all sections PHT 171 all sections ZOO 100 all sections ZOO 180 all sections

$100.00 $14.50 $100.00 $14.50 $14.50 $100.00 $100.00 $268.00 $41.50 $5.00 $41.50 $5.00 $14.50 $14.50 $5.00 $41.50

ATI Testing Materials Malpractice Insurance ATI Testing Materials Malpractice Insurance Malpractice Insurance ATI Testing Materials ATI Testing Materials Scuba Diving Cert Fee Drug Screen Background Check Drug Screen Background Check Malpractice Insurance Malpractice Insurance Background Check Drug Screen

Refundable Fees:

These fees are refundable up to the deadline date for each class that is dropped. Per Credit Hour Student Government Parking Lot Bond Student Center Bond Recreation and Sports Child Development Center Registration fee Course Fees: CISCO Networking Fee:

$1.14 $1.19 $1.71 $ .73 $3.12 $11.45 per student per term $6.05 $16.60

Tuition Refunds/Adjustments

To receive a tuition refund or adjustment, students must drop classes by the deadline listed in the class schedule. No refunds or adjustments will be made after deadline unless documentation of extenuating circumstances, such as as extended illness of the student or immediate family member or an extended unplanned military service, can be provided. Tuition Appeal forms are available in the Enrollment Services Center on all campuses. Tuition Appeal Medical Documentation forms must accompany the tuition appeal form if the appeal is medically based. Appeals for past school years cannot be considered. Contract programs may have different refund procedures. Please call 719-502-3004 with any questions about the refund/adjustment process that relates to a tuition appeal.

Non-Refundable Charges/Fees: Return Check Charge Late Tuition Payment Charge

$20 $20

More Money Matters Tuition Payments. Payment, proof of financial aid, or third party sponsorship must be submitted by 5 p.m. the Friday before classes begin. If you are unable to make payment or payment arrangements, it is your responsibility to drop your classes by the drop dates published in this schedule. If classes are not dropped, YOU WILL be financially responsible for all charges. A drop box for check payments is available directly outside the Cashier’s Office at the Centennial, Downtown Studio or Rampart Range campuses. Be sure to include your student ID number on your check.

Financial Aid Payment. Proof of financial aid is the responsibility of the student. If you have been offered financial aid, this offer will be reflected on your bill. You may also view your statement via the Portal (MyPPCC).

Third Party Sponsorship/Military Assistance/VA Benefits. If your employer is going to pay all or part of your tuition, contact the Financial Services office at 719-502-2236 to make payment arrangements. If your third party sponsorship/ military assistance does not cover 100 percent of your charges, you must make payment arrangements to pay the balance by the payment deadline date listed above.

Mail-In Payment. Mail a personal check for your classes to: PPCC Financial Services, Box 1 5675 S. Academy Blvd. Colorado Springs, CO 80906 Include your student ID number with all correspondence.

Web payment. See page 8 for information on using a credit card to pay your tuition and fees using our website (www.ppcc. edu). Military or Olympic Athletes. If you are active duty U. S. or Canadian military with a Colorado permanent duty station, you and your dependents are eligible to pay resident tuition rates. Olympic athletes also qualify for resident tuition. Paperwork necessary to obtain the resident rate must be turned in to the Enrollment Services Centers prior to the last date to drop classes for a refund or the student is responsible for payment of non-resident rate. Refer to the semester calendar for drop dates. Military and their family members should go to www.ppcc.edu/ military or contact the Military Education Services offices for the appropriate forms or for additional information. Students who are approved for the above revised rates MUST also establish their College Opportunity Fund and authorize PPCC to apply the stipend to their student account.

Non-Resident. To be considered a Colorado resident, a student must show proof of residency in the state for the immediate 12 months prior to the start date of the semester, and meet other requirements. If you are a new student who has been classified as a non-resident and feel you are a resident or if you are a continuing non-resident student and feel you now meet residency requirements, you must petition for this change by the first day of the semester you plan to attend. Turning in a petition does not guarantee you will be changed to resident status. If your appeal is denied and you do not drop your classes by the drop date, you will have to pay non-resident tuition.


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Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE) Program. Residents of Alaska, Arizona, California, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oregon, South Dakota, Utah, Washington and Wyoming qualify for a special tuition rate. WUE students are not eligible for the Colorado Opportunity Fund stipend. The student must mark on the application for admission that he/she seeks admission as a WUE student. Requests for WUE enrollment must be done each semester. Contact the Enrollment Services Center at 719-502-3000 for additional information.

Refunds. You will receive a full tuition refund if you officially

drop during the first 15 percent of the class sessions (see pages 2 & 3 for date) or if a class is cancelled due to insufficient enrollment. We will mail your refund about four weeks after the start of the semester. If you register for classes and do not drop by the deadline, you will be financially responsible for your classes.

Financial Aid. You may be eligible to receive grants, loans, or scholarships that can be used to pay tuition and fees. The Enrollment Services Centers, Centennial, Downtown Studio, Rampart Range or Falcon Campuses at 502-3000 can give you general information on financial aid and provide application materials. If you anticipate using financial aid to pay for school, you should be aware the process may take considerable time. Generally financial aid awards are made six weeks after your file is complete. Approximately 40 percent of all students applying for financial aid are selected for verification by the federal government. If you are selected for this verification process, you will need to supply additional documentation before your file is complete and an award can be made.

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Changing Your Class Schedule Adding a Class. You may add classes using the online registration system or complete a class adjustment form at any registration location at any time during posted registration dates. NOTE: Registration dates are listed on pages 2 & 3 of this schedule.

Dropping a Class. You may drop classes using the online registration system or complete a class adjustment form at any registration location. Instructors or other College staff are not responsible for dropping you from your classes.

Withdrawing from a Class. A withdrawal is indicated as a “W” on your transcripts and you must still pay for the class. If you do not withdraw by the deadline listed on pages 2 & 3, your instructor will assign the grade you have earned. You can withdraw from a class by completing a withdrawal form and turning it in to any registration location or withdraw online. Instructors cannot withdraw you from a class. NOTE: If the Web registration system will not allow you access to register for your initial registration, you may not be able to use the web registration for any subsequent adjustments. This would include adding, dropping or withdrawing from classes. Possible reasons a hold might be placed on your account are listed on page 8.

Grading Options. You may request to audit a class or select the satisfactory/unsatisfactory option. These options must be selected at the time of registration. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory options require dean approval.

Student loans are considered financial aid. You will need to complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to begin the student loan process.

Audit courses are not COF eligible. Students who audit a class will be responsible for total tuition without the COF stipend.

Students who are receiving financial aid should read the “Financial Aid Handbook” online at www.ppcc.edu/currentstudents/financial-aid/handbooks to ensure that they understand when and how refunds are applied to their accounts. Additionally, the handbook provides guidance on when possible repayment of all or a portion of the funds received by the student is required.

PPCC Policies

For a listing of available scholarships and scholarship search websites, please go on-line to www.ppcc.edu/prospectivestudents/financial-aid-information/scholarships.

Academic Progress Procedure

The Academic Progress Procedure applies to all students who have completed thirteen (13) or more credits while attending PPCC.

Probation (initial) • Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) <2.00 for all classes completed at PPCC.

Probation (continuing) • Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) <2.00 for all classes completed at PPCC and last Term Grade Point Average (TGPA) > 2.00.

Suspension • First Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) <2.00 for all classes completed at PPCC and last Term Grade Point Average (TGPA) <2.00. • Student may register for the subsequent term after meeting with an academic advisor of the college. Students with unusual circumstances of a compelling nature may appeal their suspension.


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• Second Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) <2.00 for all classes completed at PPCC and last Term Grade Point Average (TGPA) <2.00. Student may not register for the next two terms (fall, spring, summer) following the suspension term. • Student may register for the term following the two term break in enrollment after meeting with an academic advisor of the college. • Third Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) <2.00 for all classes completed at PPCC and last Term Grade Point Average (TGPA) <2.00. • Student is suspended from the college and may not register for two (2) calendar years. Students with unusual circumstances of a compelling nature may appeal their suspension.

Emergency Closure

(Weather or Emergency related) • Message on College Switchboard 719-502-2000, option 9. • Posted on College Website, www.ppcc.edu or online at www.newsbridge.net. • Announcement over local radio and TV stations and PPCC-TV. • Students are ultimately responsible for the choice to attend during poor weather when the College remains open. • Sign up for Text Message Alerts on your mobile phone. Go to www.ppcc.edu/alert and follow instructions to opt in. You can opt out at any time. Text messaging fees from your service provider may apply.

PPCC Text Messaging & Email Emergency Notification System

• Be notified immediately in the event of a campus emergency or closure. Sign up for the PPCC Emergency Alert System, and receive emergency text messages from Pikes Peak Community College. Emergency and campus closure text messages will be delivered directly to your mobile phone and email address anytime, anywhere. Registration is free and it’s easy to sign up. Text messaging fees from your service provider may apply. • To sign up, go to www.ppcc.edu/alert and follow the instructions. You can opt out at any time. Got questions? Read the FAQ’s at www.ppcc.edu/notification/faq.cfm.

FERPA Disclosure to Parents

When a student turns 18 years old or enters a postsecondary institution at any age, all rights afforded to parents under FERPA transfer to the student. However, FERPA also provides ways in which schools may share information with parents without the student’s consent. For example: • Schools may disclose education records to parents if the student is a dependent for income tax purposes. • Schools may disclose education records to parents if a health or safety emergency involves their son or daughter. • Schools may inform parents if the student who is under age 21 has violated any law or its policy concerning the use or possession of alcohol or a controlled substance.

Graduation Application

• See “Important Dates” on pages 2 & 3. • Applications are available in the Enrollment Services Centers and online at www.ppcc.edu/current-students/ graduation

Grades by Internet

• Grades should be available one week after the last day of the semester. • View, print, or e-mail your grades on the web at www.ppcc. edu. • Request a copy of your grades by internet. Once available, they will be mailed within five working days of request.

Liability Limitations

• PPCC cannot provide medical support for injured or sick students. • PPCC cannot pay expenses for injured or sick students. • Children are not permitted in classrooms during class meeting times. • Animals, except when needed for instruction or by disabled students, are not permitted in college buildings. • Only students registered in a class are allowed in the classroom.

Sexual Harassment

Please see the PPCC Catalog for information regarding sexual harassment.

Smoking Policy

Smoking is permitted on campus only in designated smoking areas at the Centennial, Downtown Studio, and Rampart Range Campuses. The Falcon Campus facilities are leased from School District 49. Pursuant to Colorado law, Falcon Campus is a nonsmoking campus. Military sites will comply with all rules and regulations for those installations.

Standards of Conduct

Students are expected to be familiar with and abide by the College’s Standards of Conduct. Please refer to the Catalog and “The Nobody Told Me Book” for specific information.

Other Policies

Please review the PPCC Catalog for additional information and other policy issues.


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Services for Students Campus Bookstores

Centennial Campus  •  B-210  •  502-2665 Downtown Studio Campus  •  DO-S104  •  502-2663 Rampart Range Campus  •  N-101  •  502-2664 Falcon Campus  •  FN-POD 602  •  502-3820 • Books for Spring semester will be available for purchase December 14. Financial aid accounts can be used on the same day for students who have been awarded sufficient financial aid. • The bookstores offer textbooks, associated course materials, school supplies, software, insignia wear and other gift items. • Books for CCC-Online courses are available at the Centennial Campus Bookstore. They may also be delivered to any campus for a fee. • All books and textbook information are available online at www.ppccbookstore.com. • Unwanted books must be returned in the same condition in which they were purchased by the posted drop date for a full refund.

Career Planning & Advising Center

Centennial Campus  •  A-119  •  502-3232 Downtown Studio Campus  •  DO-S102  •  502-3232 Rampart Range Campus  •  S-101  •  502-3232 Falcon Campus  •  FN-119  •  502-3232 The Career Planning and Advising Center assists students in formulating career and educational goals and mapping those goals to an academic plan for success.

Career Planning will: • Assist in career planning and choosing a course of study. • Offer job-seeking skills training and assist in obtaining employment; online employment services system.

Advising will: • • • • • •

Review program and test scores. Help student choose and register for first semester classes. Assign a faculty advisor for guidance in future semesters. Assist students with change of course of study. Reassign faculty advisor at a student’s request. Provide advising services for continuing students when faculty adviser is not available.

Career Planning services are available on a scheduled basis at the Downtown Studio, Rampart Range, and Falcon Campuses. Please call for details.

Child Development Center Centennial Campus  •  502-2323 Rampart Range Campus  •  502-2424

• Comprehensive daytime program for children age six weeks to five years old. • Program includes art, science, math, music, creative play, language arts, and outdoor play. • Licensed by the Colorado Department of Human Services and accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. • Staffed by certified early childhood teachers who are assisted by student staff teacher aides.

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• Children of Pikes Peak Community College students, staff and faculty are eligible to enroll. • Advance registration is required.

Credit for Prior Learning Program Centennial Campus  •  A-106  •  502-2052

• College reviews learning achieved via business, industry, government and military jobs to award college credit. • Credits earned are not eligible for financial aid or veteran’s benefits.

Crisis Counseling Office

Centennial Campus  •  C205/C206  •  502-4782 Downtown Studio Campus  •  502-4782 Rampart Range Campus  •  S207  •  502-4782 Falcon Campus  •  FN-100  •  502-4782 PPCC Emergency Public Safety Number  •  502-2911 Community Mental Health Crisis Line 719-635-7000 or dial 911 Suicide Prevention Line  •  1-800-273-TALK (8255) • • • • • •

All currently enrolled students are eligible for services. Appointments can be made by calling 502-4782. Crisis centered assessment, counseling and referral. Provide a broad range of community referrals and resources. Services are confidential. Online mental health resources are also available at www.ulifeline.org/schools/ppcc.

Disability Services, Student (OASIS)

Centennial Campus  •  A-115  •  502-3333 V/TTY Downtown Studio Campus • DO-S126 • 502-3333 V/TTY Rampart Range Campus  •  S-101  •  502-3333 V/TTY Falcon Campus  •  FN-106  •  502-3333V/TTY • It is the responsibility of students requesting an accommodation due to a qualifying disability to self-identify by registering with OASIS, to apply for supportive services, and to furnish documentation about the nature and extent of their disability. • New students must register with OASIS six to eight weeks prior to their first semester. • Current students must request accommodations at least four to eight weeks prior to each semester. • Proof of purchase for textbooks is required before alternate format materials can be ordered which can take four to eight weeks to receive. • Appointments are available by calling 502-3333. • PPCC complies with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the American with Disabilities Act of 1990 and its ammendment in 2008. • Centrally coordinated services and accommodations are available to all qualified students with disabilities. • Reasonable, individually-tailored accommodations are available that will minimize or eliminate the impact of a disability and allow equal access. • OASIS includes the Computer Access Center, which uses adaptive computer technology. • Please review the PPCC Catalog for additional information and other policies regarding accommodations.


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Enrollment Services Centers  – Records Office Centennial Campus  •  A-107  •  502-3000 Downtown Studio Campus  •  DO-S100  •  502-3000 Rampart Range Campus  •  S-102  •  502-3000 Falcon Campus  •  FN-100  •  502-3000

• Student academic records are kept in Enrollment Services Centers. • Directory information (name, date of birth, terms of attendance, major and degrees received) may be available to general public when legitimately requested unless student chooses to withhold this information. • Directory information can be withheld by filing a written request with the Enrollment Services Centers. • PPCC releases records and accounts pertaining to students receiving VA educational benefits and/or state and federal financial aid to appropriate U.S. Government and State of Colorado agencies in compliance with existing statutes. • Information regarding Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) can be provided.

High School Programs

Centennial Campus  •  A-220  •  502-3111 • The High School Programs office can assist students interested in earning college credit while still in high school. • Three programs allow students this opportunity at their high schools and our college campuses: Area Vocational Program, High School Articulation, and the Post Secondary Enrollment Options (Concurrent Enrollment). • Please visit www.ppcc.edu and explore the link to Prospective Students, High School Programs.

International (F1) or Vocational (M1) Students

Anyone may attend Pikes Peak Community College regardless of immigration status. PPCC defines an International Student as anyone who will attend with or apply for an F1 or M1 student visa. Students with F1 or M1 visas should download the application and the Affidavit of Support from www.ppcc. edu or apply in person at the Enrollment Services Center on the Centennial Campus. Prior to applying for F1 or M1 visa, international students must submit the following information: • Proof of financial ability to pay all expenses associated with attending school full time for 12 months. • Proof of high school completion. • Transcripts from college courses taken in the United States. • Demonstrate English proficiency by submitting a TOEFL score or equivalent. Transfer students who have completed English I and II with a B or better do not need a TOEFL score. A minimum TOEFL score of 450 (paper test) or 45 (Internet based test) is necessary for admission to Pikes Peak Community College. Students scoring between 450-550 (paper test) or 45-79 (Internet based test) will see an English as a Second Language (ESL) advisor upon arrival at PPCC. Students may need ESL classes before enrolling in an academic program. Please contact the English Language Institute (ELI) office at 719-502-3535 for more information regarding ESL courses.

All international students take an English assessment prior to registration regardless of TOEFL score. Please call 719-5022035 for more information about the admissions process. Application deadlines are: • Fall Semester – July 15 • Spring Semester – December 1 • Summer Semester – April 15

Learning Assistance Center (Tutoring)

Centennial Campus  •  A-212  •  502-3444 Downtown Studio Campus  •  DO-S102  •  502-3444 Rampart Range Campus  •  S-101  •  502-3444 Falcon Campus  •  FN-POD 602  •  502-3444 • • • • • • •

Study skills assistance College Success workshops Placement test workshops Group and additional tutoring Finals review sessions All services are free to PPCC students http://www.ppcc.edu/LAC

Library

Centennial Campus  •  A-201  •  502-2400 Rampart Range Campus  •  N-201  •  502-2440 • Open to college community and public patrons. • Full service libraries include computers with internet access, wireless access, DVD and VHS viewing areas, group study rooms, and self-service copiers. • On site materials include books, periodicals, videos, DVDs, ebooks, CDs, audio books, and other materials. • Services include reference and research services, interlibrary loans, and bibliographic instruction. Online research databases available through Library’s Website at www.ppcc.edu/Library/ (ask in library for password sheets for remote access).

Math Labs

Centennial Campus  •  A-316  •  502-3250 Downtown Studio Campus  •  DO-S228  •  502-3270 Rampart Range Campus  •  N-204  •  502-3260 Falcon Campus  •  FN-POD 602  •  502-4410 • Drop in for help with your homework (appointments available). • Instructional DVDs available. The Math Labs offer a friendly environment conducive to studying math. Students are welcome to drop in any time individually or in study groups. Math faculty members provide free tutoring at almost all levels of math taught at PPCC. They also assist with the use of graphing calculators. The Math Lab hours are posted outside each of the math labs and are recorded on each lab’s phone. Students assigned homework using math websites are encouraged to use the Math Lab computers. Doing so will enable students to get timely help from the tutors. Textbooks and solution manuals are available for use in the labs. Reference books not currently used for courses may be checked out up to a month. DVD’s with taped explanations of homework problems can be used in the Math Labs computers.


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Men’s Multicultural Retention Program Centennial Campus  •  A-118  •  502-2265

• Provides advocacy for students of diverse cultural backgrounds. • Connects students with opportunities to enhance their educational goals and personal success. • Some of the opportunities available include academic coaching and mentoring, referrals to campuses and community resources, and events that support multicultural students in their efforts to persist in and graduate from college.

Military Programs

Fort Carson  •  502-4200 Peterson Air Force Base  •  502-4300 U.S. Air Force Academy  •  333-0919 or 502-4300 • We provide educational opportunities at all these local sites. Please contact the number above for specific schedule and other information. • Provides placement testing and CLEP testing. • Please go to www.ppcc.edu/military to view registration procedures and class schedules.

Public Safety

Centennial Campus  •  A-100 Downtown Studio Campus  •  DO-S101 Rampart Range Campus  •  N-106 Falcon Campus  •  FN-110 Emergency Number for all campuses – 502-2911 or 911 (Depending on the emergency). 24 hours a day, 7 days a week Administrative Number for all campuses – 502-2900 (During business hours, 8 a.m. to 10 p.m., Monday through Friday). • Safety Escorts by one of our police officers are available at any of our campuses by calling 502-2911. • Hang tags for the Centennial and Rampart Range Campuses can be obtained at either of those campuses. Tags allow easy notification of the vehicle owner in emergencies involving the vehicle. At the DTSC, hang tags must be obtained at the Campus Life office, N-106b. These hang tags allow students to park in the third floor sub-basement of the Antler’s Garage free of charge, as long as you have the parking stub validated at the Campus Life office.

Southern Colorado Educational Opportunity Center (SCEOC)

Centennial Campus  •  A-106  •  502-3028 Downtown Studio Campus  •  DO-S126  •  502-3028 • Provides assistance to low-income and first-generation students with preparation of financial aid applications, admissions applications, tax returns, and other documentation needed for successful enrollment into college. • Other services provided include online scholarship searches and loan default rehabilitation.

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Testing Center

Centennial Campus  •   A-117  •  502-3370 Downtown Studio Campus  •  DO-S102  •  502-3390 Rampart Range Campus  •  S-101  •  502-3380 Falcon Campus  •   FN-119  •  502-3817 • Provides placement testing. • Classroom make-up, independent study and distance education courses testing. • GED, DSST, CLEP and other tests for the community.

Transcripts

Centennial Campus  •  502-2051 • • • •

Can be requested through the Enrollment Services Centers. Can also be requested online. Will be mailed within five (5) days of request. Withheld for students who owe money to the College.

Transfer Credit

Centennial Campus  •  502-3000 • To transfer credits to PPCC, your previous educational institution must send us an official transcript. • Allow three to four weeks to process. • PPCC does not issue or certify copies of transcripts from other institutions.

TRiO Student Support Services (SSS) Centennial Campus  •  A-117  •  502-3222

• Provides support to first-generation, low-income and disabled students who plan to graduate from PPCC or transfer to a four-year college or university. • Support is offered through academic planning, pre-semester student conferences, workshops, referral services, tutoring, mentoring, scholarship searches, college visitations, cultural and social events.

Veterans Affairs

Centennial Campus  •  A-107  •  502-2060 PPCC is approved by the Colorado State Approving Agency for Veterans Education. Our degree and certificate programs are approved for payment of educational benefits to those veterans and dependents that are determined eligible by the Veterans Administration. The Enrollment Services Center at Centennial Campus has staff that can provide assistance with the necessary VA forms to apply for payment of benefits. For additional information, please contact va@ppcc.edu. Message to our students: You must report any enrollment changes, course drops, withdrawals or any date you stop attending classes so an adjustment report can be completed. You can e-mail schedule changes or new enrollment to va@ ppcc.edu.


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Veterans Upward Bound

Women’s Re-entry Program

• Provides free classes to veterans in English, Math, Spanish, Basic Science, and Computer Skills. • Free tutorial assistance is available. • Staff members are VA certifying officials and provide assistance with financial aid, scholarship and admissions applications. • Low-income and first generation students are encouraged to visit.

• • • •

Centennial Campus  •  A-116  •  502-4545

Visitation Program

Centennial Campus  •  502-3237 • Assists students who want to transition to a four-year school.

Centennial Campus  •  502-4044

Designed to support returning women students. Helps participants clarify academic goals. Educates participants about college support systems. Enables participants to meet other women students who share the same goals.

Writing Center

Centennial Campus  •  A-312  •  502-3510 Downtown Studio Campus  •  DO-S212  •  502-3530 Rampart Range Campus  •  N-202  •  502-3520 • Offers students personal instruction in areas of critical thinking, critical reading, English as a Second Language and effective writing skills. • Drop in or make an appointment. • Online tutor available at owl@ppcc.edu.


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The State Takes Care Of The Paperwork, And You Get All The Credit. Guaranteed. Guaranteed. Beautiful word, right? Well now it applies to transfer credits, too. Which means if you choose our 60+60 Bachelor’s Degree Transfer Program, we can absolutely, positively, guarantee that the hours you’ve earned with us will be accepted by any four-year, public institution of higher learning in the state – providing, of course, you follow a few simple rules. For instance, you have to maintain a “C” average in your 60+60 courses, and follow the transfer guide to your major from the state college or university of your choice. But other than that, there’s hardly anything difficult about it. You talk to an advisor, obtain the transfer guide to your major from your chosen state college or university, and you’re ready to go. If you already know what your major area of study is going to be, and you are planning to move on to earn a higher degree after completing your two years at PPCC, ask one of our advisors about the 60+60 program. It’s your guarantee to a better education.

What’s With The Name, “60+60?” Think Credits. Sixty with us. Sixty with the state college or university of your choice. Spend two years at PPCC, earning your Associate of Arts or Associate of Science degree, and we’ll send you off with half the credits you’ll need for a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science degree. Guaranteed. Adds up, right?

Will 60+60 Save You Money? Hey, It’s A No Brainer. Since tuition at Pikes Peak Community College can be less than half of the cost of a public, four-year college or university, you’re going to save big on all your classes. Plus, you’re going to get a great education! Which means you’ll not only be able to take your credits with you when you go, but a good chunk of pocket change, too.

How The Guarantee Works. Trust us, nobody’s going to break your heart this time around. The 60+60 Bachelor’s Degree Transfer Program works because it’s state sanctioned by the Colorado Department on Higher Education. Meaning, it’s as good as the Governor’s own word. All courses listed as “60+60” share a common name and identification number, and are recognized as unconditionally “transferable” by all state public institutions of higher learning. Lesson One: To Get Ahead, Plan Ahead. If you know where you’re going and you want to get there hassle-free, your 60+60 transcript will guarantee (again, with a few small exceptions) you’ll arrive on schedule. But the sooner you make your intentions known, the better. By getting on board now, your advisors can work harder for you, and you can often get preferential transfer treatment from the four-year college or university of your choice. So make your move now. Talk to your advisor today about the PPCC 60+60 Bachelor’s Degree Transfer Program. It’s a great place to get started.

It’s

life. yourcount.

Make it

For information, call Career Planning and Advising

502-2121 or log on to ppcc.edu


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Planning to transfer to UCCS? Get up to $1600 when you sign up to participate in the University Connection Program

A UCCS & PPCC Partnership, the University Connection Program is a unique scholarship program for PPCC Associate of Arts (AA) and Associate of Science (AS) students who are planning to transfer to UCCS.

Here’s how it works

• Apply during your first semester at PPCC, keep in touch with your UCCS advisor, and qualify for $1600 or apply after your first semester with at least two semesters left until completion of an associate’s degree, and qualify for $800 • Graduate with a GPA of at least 3.0 • Complete your Associate’s Degree, and transfer to UCCS as a junior – that’s all there is to it!

Benefits

• Tuition reimbursement of up to $1600 • Transfer advising and guidance from UCCS each semester to ensure the best possible transfer • Application fee is waived • On-site academic advisors • UCCS student privileges – use their library, attend their events! Pikes Peak Community College is the number one transfer institution for UCCS. Twenty-five percent of UCCS undergraduates started at PPCC! PPCC and UCCS want to make your transfer as easy as possible. With the University Connection Program, you will receive regular transfer advising from PPCC and UCCS advisors to ensure that you take the classes you need to complete your degree, and keep the credits you earn.

Find out more: PPCC

Wayne Artis 719-502-3002 wayne.artis@ppcc.edu Glenda Carne 719-502-3237 glenda.carne@ppcc.edu

UCCS

Michael Reyes UCCS Transfer Advisor at PPCC PPCC Centennial Campus, A-119 719-502-3204 ppcc@uccs.edu www.uccs.edu/ppcc


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Destination CSU-Pueblo A cooperative transfer agreement between Pikes Peak Community College and Colorado State University-Pueblo.

Are you planning to transfer to CSU-Pueblo? Make sure your PPCC transfer credits will meet their bachelor’s degree requirements, and get special benefits along the way. Sign up before completing 30 credit hours at PPCC. You will qualify for: • Destination CSU-Pueblo Scholarships • A personalized transfer plan • Waived application fee • Free participation in CSU-Pueblo events • Guaranteed on-campus housing

Sign up today for Destination CSU-Pueblo. CSU-Pueblo Office of Admissions 719-549-2461 info@colostate-pueblo.edu http://gocsupueblo.com

Regis University/School for Professional Studies, Colorado Springs

The Associate’s to Bachelor’s program allows you to earn a Bachelor’s Degree from Regis University by taking up to 75% of your coursework through Pikes Peak Community College, and the remainder through Regis. When you plan early with the help of your Regis University Advisor, your credits from Pikes Peak Community College will transfer – no repeat courses, no wasted credits, no surprises. • One $2,000 scholarship per year (renewable) for a PPCC graduate • Acceptance of many AAS degree specific courses as well as AA/AS degrees • Day, weekend, part-time, and accelerated programs • Teacher Certificate Program • Programs designed for working adults • Bachelors Degrees in the Liberal Arts and Sciences, Business, and Computer Information Systems (719) 264-2074 or (800) 388-2366 ext. 2074 kburke@regis.edu www.transfertoregis.org/co/ ppcc/xfer.htm

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Transfer Institutions Four year colleges & universities that PPCC has transfer agreements with.

In Colorado: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Adams State College Art Institute of Colorado Colorado Christian University Colorado College Colorado School of Mines Colorado State University Colorado State University, Pueblo Colorado Technical University DeVry University Fort Lewis College Johnson and Wales University Mesa State College The Metropolitan State College of Denver Regis University, Colorado Springs Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design Troy University University of Colorado, Boulder University of Colorado, Denver University of Colorado, Health Sciences Center University of Colorado, Colorado Springs University of Denver University of Northern Colorado University of Phoenix Western State College The Women’s College of the University of Denver

Across the Country: • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Bellevue University, NE California University of Pennsylvania, PA Capella University, MN Charter Oak State College, CT Drexel University, PA Fort Hays State University, KS Franklin University, OH Grand Canyon University, AZ Kaplan University, FL Northcentral University, AZ Northwest Missouri State University, MO Palmer College of Chiropractic, IA Savannah College of Art and Design, GA Southwestern College, KS University of Hawaii at Hilo, HI University of Maryland, University College, MD University of Montana, MT University of Wyoming, WY Upper Iowa University, IA Western Governors University, UT

For more information go to www.ppcc.edu/prospective-students/ transferring-from-ppcc/transfer-agreements

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HOw TO BE YOUR OwN

SUPERHERO 10 TIPS FOR ACADEMIC SUCCESS

5. ASK QUESTIONS, PARTICIPATE in class, and don’t be afraid to ASK FOR HELP. The college has a wealth of resources for you to use. Instructors are trained to help when you are struggling; don’t hesitate to talk to them early on. Take advantage of group and individual tutoring in the LEARNING ASSISTANCE CENTER, and personal assistance in our MATH & WRITING LABS. Finally, there is the OASIS, that assists students with physical or learning disabilities.

1. USE YOUR SYLLABUS, a detailed class outline usually handed out the first day of class. It contains extremely useful information about what topics will be covered, when tests will be given, and when your assignments are due. Use it as a guide, follow it closely, and mark important dates and deadlines on your calendar. 2. COME TO CLASS and TAKE GOOD NOTES. This is a vital key to success at PPCC. If you miss a class, make sure you get the notes from a fellow classmate or talk with your instructor. 3. DO YOUR READING assignments. This will help you prepare for class, and help you organize your notes and study materials. Then if you have questions about the material, your instructor can provide the answers. Plus, if there’s a pop quiz, you won’t be caught unprepared. 4. PLAN AHEAD – don’t put assignments off until the last minute. Allocate your study time to ensure you have ample time to plan for papers, and prepare for tests. You’ll be glad you did.

How To Be Your own

SuperHero

6. USE THE RESOURCES available to you, including the LIBRARY and its COMPUTER LABS. They have digital and online resources as well as books, periodicals, and much more. There are references at your fingertips to everything on the planet and beyond, and people to help you find it all. 7. TAKE A SUCCESS CLASS. The Advancing Academic Achievement program has classes to hone your study skills, help you set goals, learn time management, take good notes, and overcome test anxiety. Think of it as CPR training in Semester Survival. 8. DON’T OVERLOAD yourself with too many classes. With a manageable schedule you allow yourself time to have a life, while you are shaping your future. 9. BALANCE your work, family and school commitments. You might need to change when, where and how you study, or let some non-critical activities go. Find out strategies from other students who are successful at juggling it all. 10. NEVER GIVE UP on yourself. Success is at your fingertips at PPCC, and the faculty and staff are here to help you achieve your goals. HAVE PATIENCE with yourself as you learn to adapt to college life and your new learning environment. Most of all, HAVE FUN in college. It’s the experience of a lifetime.


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Spring 2010 SCHEDULE OF CLASSES ALL CAMPUSES NOTE: All classes are standard session, January 20 through May 11 unless otherwise noted.

Campus Locations

CODES 1

2

3

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

5

Centennial Campus............................ PCE 4 CR

BLDG/RM

6

7

PART OF TERM

8

1 CRN

Code used for registration.

2 COURSE

Section number of class.

3 TITLE

Title of course

4 CR

Number of credits to be awarded upon successful completion of the course.

5 DAYS

M T W R F S U TBA

6 TIMES

Time class begins and ends.

7 BLDG/RM

Building and room. PA = Centennial Campus Aspen Bldg. (A) PB = Centennial Campus Breckenridge Bldg. (B) PDO = Downtown Studio Campus PRR = Rampart Range Campus PFN = Falcon Campus

= = = = = = = =

8 PART OF TERM F15

Bi1 Bi2 Tr1 Tr2 Tr3 MS4 LAT WKC NSS

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday To Be Arranged

= = = = = = = = = =

Site:

Full Semester First Bi-semester Second Bi-semester First Tri-semester Second Tri-semester Third Tri-semester Late Start Semester Five-week Late Start Semester Weekend College Semester Non-Standard Semester

NOTE: Courses in room A-206 at the Centennial Campus are generally Interactive Television which are broadcast on TV.

5675 South Academy Boulevard Colorado Springs, CO 80906 502-2000 (719) 502-3333 TTY (hearing impaired only)

Downtown Studio Campus..................PDO 100 West Pikes Peak Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80903 502-2000 (719) 502-3333 TTY (hearing impaired only)

Rampart Range Campus.....................PRR 11195 Highway 83 Colorado Springs, CO 80921 502-2000 (719) 502-3333 TTY (hearing impaired only)

Falcon Campus.................................. PFN 11990 Swingline Road Falcon, CO 80831 502-2000 (719) 502-3333 TTY (hearing impaired only) NOTE: On-Campus Classes Any class may use technology to enhance instruction and prepare students with 21st century workforce skills. Instructional workshops are offered at the beginning of each semester, and assistance is available in computer labs. Online classes may also have an onsite component.


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Distance Education Classes PPCC offers courses at a distance via television, Internet and in hybrid formats. They allow students to learn from almost anywhere and at any time. Students in televised classes come to campus only for orientation and to take examinations; in most cases, students in Internet-based courses don’t have to come to campus at all. For more information, click on Distance Learning under either Prospective Students or Current Students on the PPCC website www.ppcc.edu.

Interactive Television Classes Interactive Television classes are broadcast from PPCC at the same time the class is being taught on campus. 1TV students watch the class on television and call the instructor with questions or comments. The instructor will answer the question on TV. Classes are broadcast on Comcast (Channel 21). Students should be sure that they receive this channel before enrolling. For more information, call 719-502-3555 or 1-800-456-6847, ext. 3555. All 1TV students must have Comcast Cable to view 1TV classes.

Tuition and Fees See “Tuition and Fees” on page 10 & 11. CRN

Registration Register for distance classes online or in person, just as you would for traditional sections. Students who want to register for Internet-based classes must have an email address on file at the college. If you have not taken classes at PPCC for three consecutive semesters, you will have to complete a new Application for Admission form.

COURSE TITLE DAYS TIMES

TERM

CR INSTRUCTOR

MATH 31886 32115 33913

MAT 060-1TV Pre-Algebra MW 1000AM-1115AM F15 MAT 090-1TV Introductory Algebra TR 0800AM-0950AM F15 MAT 099-1TV Intermediate Algebra MW 0100PM-0250PM F15

3 Stewart 4 Krzemien 4 Novack

METEOROLOGY

Textbooks Textbooks for all distance courses are available at the PPCC Centennial Campus Bookstore. Students can purchase them in person, online at www.ppccbookstore.com or by phone 719-502-2171 or 1-800-456-6847, ext. 2171.

Orientation for Television-based Classes Students in Interactive Television sections (1TV) must attend ONE orientation to meet the instructor, receive a syllabus, and learn about distance education procedures in general. See page 4 for “Orientation for Television-based Classes.”

Orientation for Internet-based Classes There will be an orientation for students enrolled in PPCC on-line classes (1N*/2N*/3N* sections) and CCC Online classes (C11/ C21 sections). While this session is optional, first-time students are strongly encouraged to attend. See page 5 for dates and times or check the website for details.

34195

MET 150-1TV General Meteorology: SC1 TR 1000AM-1215PM F15

4 MADSON

Hybrid Classes

Hybrid, or blended, classes combine on-campus class sessions with Internet-based course work or live televised lectures. In most cases students will meet once a week for lecture, handson learning, and face-to-face group activities. Remaining assignments will be completed online. Students can access online activities from any computer connected to the Internet, including those in campus computer labs. Sections 1H* = Classes based at Centennial Campus 2H* = Classes based at Rampart Range Campus 3H* = Classes based at Downtown Studio Campus 4H* = Classes based at Falcon Campus CRN

COURSE TITLE DAYS TIMES

BLDG/RM

TERM

CR INSTRUCTOR

ACCOUNTING

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 32551

ACC 115-1H1 Payroll Accounting W 0700PM-0815PM PA-225

F15

3 Allen

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 34556

ACC 212-3H1 Intermediate Accounting II M 0600PM-0750PM PDO-S207 F15

4 Richards

ASTRONOMY

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 32041

AST 101-1H1 Astronomy I: SC1 F 0700PM-0850PM PA-165

F15

4 STAFF


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COURSE TITLE DAYS TIMES

BLDG/RM

TERM

CR INSTRUCTOR

BIOLOGY

CRN

COURSE TITLE DAYS TIMES

32939

BUS 115-2H5 Introduction to Business W 0100PM-0215PM PRR-E108 F15 BUS 115-2H6 Introduction to Business R 0100PM-0215PM PRR-E108 F15 BUS 115-2H7 Introduction to Business R 0400PM-0515PM PRR-E108 F15 BUS 115-2H9 Introduction to Business M 0530PM-0645PM PRR-N201A F15

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 34138

BIO 106-1H1 Basic Anatomy & Physiology F 0600PM-0850PM PA-162 F15

4 STAFF

Contact David Oswandel at 502-3313 or david.oswandel@ppcc. edu for further information

32099

BIO 202-1H1 Human Anatomy & Physiology II: SC1 S 0800AM-1050AM PA-164 F15

4 STAFF

Please contact robert.mcmullen@ppcc.edu for more information

BIO 112-3H1 General College Biology II/Lab: SC1 F 1100AM-1250PM PDO-N200 F15

5 STAFF

Contact Lisa Hollis-Brown at 502-3438 or lisa.hollis-brown@ ppcc.edu

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 33228

BIO 204-2H1 Microbiology: SC1 F 0800AM-1050AM PRR-W214

F15

4 STAFF

Contact Karla Belew at 502-3357 or karla.belew@ppcc.edu for further information

BUSINESS

BUS 105-1H1 Business Orientation

34218

BUS 105-1H2 Business Orientation

31726

BUS 105-1H3 Business Orientation

BI1

0.5 Taggart

BI1

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 34564 34565

31234 31235 31238 31236 34217 32942

BI1

33624

BUS 105-2H1 Business Orientation

BI1

3 STAFF 0.5 Taggart

Contact Jaki Taggart at Jaki.Taggart@ppcc.edu

32940 31241 32938 31242

BUS 115-2H1 Introduction to Business T 0830AM-0945AM PRR-E113 F15 BUS 115-2H2 Introduction to Business R 0830AM-0945AM PRR-E113 F15 BUS 115-2H3 Introduction to Business M 0100PM-0215PM PRR-E108 F15 BUS 115-2H4 Introduction to Business T 0100PM-0215PM PRR-E108 F15

F15

33643

BUS 115-1H1 Introduction to Business 3 M 0830AM-0945AM PA-222 F15 STAFF BUS 115-1H2 Introduction to Business 3 W 0830AM-0945AM PA-222 F15 STAFF BUS 115-1H3 Introduction to Business 3 M 0100PM-0215PM PA-222 F15 STAFF BUS 115-1H4 Introduction to Business 3 T 0400PM-0515PM PA-222 F15 Bowles BUS 115-1H5 Introduction to Business 3 W 0100PM-0215PM PA-222 F15 Thirion BUS 115-1H9 Introduction to Business 3 R 0530PM-0645PM PA-222 F15 Bowles BUS 217-1H1 Bus Communication & RepORt Writing 3 R 0400PM-0515PM PA-222 F15 Snell BUS 115-3H1 Introduction to Business S 1200PM-0115PM PDO-S207 WKC

COM 115-1H1 Public Speaking T 0530PM-0645PM PA-216C

0.5 Taggart

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 32520

5 STAFF 5 STAFF

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 32937

CHE 101-2H1 Intro to Chemistry I: SC1 F 0900AM-1150AM PRR-W213 F15 CHE 111-2H1 General College Chemistry I: SC1 F 0100PM-0450PM PRR-W213 F15

0.5 Taggart

Contact Jaki Taggart at Jaki.Taggart@ppcc.edu

31233

BTE 111-1H1 Keyboarding Speedbuilding I 2 T 1130AM-1245PM PA-224 F15 walgren

CHEMISTRY

33623

Contact Jaki Taggart at Jaki.Taggart@ppcc.edu

32516

3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 Myers

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

Contact Jaki Taggart at Jaki.Taggart@ppcc.edu

32515

CR INSTRUCTOR

COMMUNICATION

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 32514

32519

TERM

BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 35201

31237

BLDG/RM

25

3 Bricker 3 STAFF 3 Bricker 3 Natali

COM 115-3H1 Public Speaking W 0530PM-0815PM PDO-S230 F15 COM 125-3H1 Interpersonal Communication R 0530PM-0815PM PDO-S215 F15

3 STAFF 3 Baker 3 Baker

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 34981 34991

COM 115-2H1 Public Speaking R 0530PM-0815PM PRR-E112 F15 COM 225-2H1 Organizational Communication M 0530PM-0815PM PRR-T108 F15

3 STAFF 3 STAFF

COMPUTER & NETWORKING TECHNOLOGY CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 34704

CNG 262-1H1 CISCO Network Associate III M 0530PM-0650PM PB-304 BI1

5 WADMAN

Students may attend CISCO lectures at Centennial Campus or Rampart Range Campus. Contact Nate.Wadman@ppcc.edu

34705

CNG 263-1H1 CISCO Network Associate IV M 0530PM-0650PM PB-304 BI2

5 WADMAN

Students may attend CISCO lectures at Centennial Campus or Rampart Range Campus. Contact Nate.Wadman@ppcc.edu

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 32558 32559 32585 32560

CNG 103-2H1 Wide Area Networks T 0100PM-0345PM PRR-E208 BI1 CNG 104-2H1 Intro to TCP/IP R 0100PM-0345PM PRR-E208 BI1 CNG 108-2H1 Network Analysis & Design T 0100PM-0345PM PRR-E208 BI2 CNG 262-2H1 CISCO Network Associate III W 0400PM-0530PM PRR-E204 BI1

3 Walters 3 Walters 3 Walters 5 REYNOLDS

Students may attend CISCO lectures at CC or RR. Contact Nate. Wadman@ppcc.edu

32561

CNG 263-2H1 CISCO Network Associate IV W 0400PM-0530PM PRR-E204 BI2

5 REYNOLDS

Students may attend CISCO lectures at CC or RR. Contact Nate. Wadman@ppcc.edu


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BLDG/RM

TERM

CR INSTRUCTOR

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

31741

35111

CIS 165-1H1 Complete Presentation Graphics 3 F 0900AM-1145AM PA-215 F15 STAFF CIS 202-1H1 Automatic Project Man: MS Project 3 T 0530PM-0645PM PA-218 F15 MEIKLEJOHN

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 34700 34701

CIS 118-3H1 Intro PC Applications T 1000AM-1115AM PDO-S103 CIS 118-3H2 Intro PC Applications R 1000AM-1115AM PDO-S103

34950

CIS 118-2H1 Intro PC Applications T 1000AM-1115AM PRR-E212 CIS 118-2H2 Intro PC Applications R 1000AM-1115AM PRR-E212

F15 F15

F15 F15

34711 34712 31769 33738

CSC 105-1H1 Computer Literacy 3 M 1000AM-1115AM PA-215 F15 BAILEY CSC 105-1H2 Computer Literacy 3 W 1000AM-1115AM PA-215 F15 BAILEY CSC 105-1H3 Computer Literacy 3 T 1000AM-1115AM PA-215 F15 RIDDLE CSC 105-1H4 Computer Literacy 3 R 1000AM-1115AM PA-215 F15 RIDDLE CSC 161-1H1 Computer Science II 4 M 0530PM-0745PM PA-218 F15 DEHERRERA CSC 225-1H1 Computr Arch/Assembly Language 4 W 0530PM-0745PM PA-218 F15 STAFF

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 34713

CSC 120-2H1 Prob Solving Visual Basic W 1000AM-1215PM PRR-E210 LAT

3 OHLE

CSC 120.2H1 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

33089

CSC 240-2H1 Java Programming W 0530PM-0720PM PRR-E210

F15

3 STAFF

31213

EDU 260-1H1 Adult Learning & Teaching F 0100PM-0345PM PA-356 F15 EDU 261-1H1 Teaching, Learning & Technology F 0900AM-1145AM PB-203A F15 EDU 263-1H1 Teaching & Learning Online F 0900AM-1145AM PA-254 LAT

ENGLISH

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

35192 32919 34664

3 STAFF 3 Howell

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

34652

ENG 121-2H1 English Composition I: CO1 T 1130AM-1245PM PRR-E115 F15 ENG 121-2H2 English Composition I: CO1 R 1130AM-1245PM PRR-E115 F15

3 Aggen 3 Aggen

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 32962

FIN 106-1H1 Consumer Economics W 0700PM-0815PM PA-222

F15

3 Lotto

GEOGRAPHY

32897 GEO 105-2H1 World Regional Geography: SS2 M 0300PM-0415PM PRR-W219 F15

3 BELKNAP

Attendance is required

32317 GEO 111-2H1 Physical Geography Landforms: SC1 4 F 0100PM-0250PM PRR-W219 F15 Arkowski Mandatory attendence on Fridays. Please contact donna. arkowski@ppcc.edu for more information.

GEOLOGY

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 34728 GEY 111-1H1 Physical Geology: SC1 F 0900AM-1050AM PA-160 F15

4 Rudnick

HEALTH & WELLNESS

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 34755

HWE 100-2H1 Human Nutrition F 0900AM-1150AM PRR-E109

F15

3 STAFF

please contact kristen.johnson@ppcc.edu for more information

32026 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF

EDU 263.1H1 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

32917

ENG 121-3H1 English Composition I: CO1 T 0530PM-0645PM PDO-S203 F15 ENG 227-3H1 Poetry Writing M 0530PM-0645PM PDO-N201 F15

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

32916

CR INSTRUCTOR

HISTORY

EDUCATION 33162

TERM

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

34710

BLDG/RM

FINANCE 3 RODIE 3 RODIE

COMPUTER SCIENCE 34709

31549

34651 3 MEIKLEJOHN 3 MEIKLEJOHN

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 34949

COURSE TITLE DAYS TIMES

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS 31740

CRN

ENG 090-1H1 Basic Composition 3 T 0100PM-0215PM PB-203A F15 Gaiters-Jordan ENG 090-1H2 Basic Composition 3 R 0100PM-0215PM PA-323 F15 Gaiters-Jordan ENG 121-1H1 English Composition I: CO1 3 T 0530PM-0645PM PB-203A F15 STAFF ENG 131-1H1 Technical Writing I 3 R 0530PM-0645PM PB-203A F15 Vonloh

32024

HIS 101-3H1 Western Civilization: Antiquity-1650 HI1 3 F 0530PM-0715PM PDO-S213 WKC STAFF HIS 201-3H1 US History to Reconst: HI1 3 S 1030AM-1145AM PDO-S124 WKC STAFF

HUMANITIES

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUs 32058 34951

HUM 121-2H1 Humanities: Early Civilization: AH2 3 T 1130AM-1245PM PRR-W114 F15 Wagner HUM 121-2H2 Humanities: Early Civilization: AH2 3 R 1130AM-1245PM PRR-W114 F15 Wagner

JOURNALISM

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 33392

JOU 106-1H1 Fundamentals of Reporting MW 1130AM-1245PM PB-203A F15

3 Purvis

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 32845

JOU 241-2H1 Magazine Article Writing M 0230PM-0345PM PRR-W118 F15

3 Purvis


SPRING  2010 CRN

COURSE TITLE DAYS TIMES

BLDG/RM

TERM

CR INSTRUCTOR

LITERATURE

3 Jobe

LIT 202-3H1 Masterpieces of Lit II: AH2 R 0100PM-0215PM PDO-S209 F15

3 Schofield

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

33674 32964

34107

34511

3 Harada 3 Harada 3 Thirion

F15

3 Gray 3 Kuzara

MAT 090-1H1 Introductory Algebra T 0600PM-0750PM PA-314 F15

4 Krzemien

F15

MATH

MYMATHLAB is required

MAT 090-3H1 Introductory Algebra S 0900AM-1120AM PDO-N206 WKC

4 STAFF

MYMATHLAB is required

33914

MAT 099-3H1 Intermediate Algebra S 1200PM-0150PM PDO-N206

WKC

MAT 120-3H1 Math for Liberal Arts: MA1 S 1000AM-1150AM PDO-S209 WKC MAT 121-3H1 College Algebra : MA1 F 0530PM-0750PM PDO-N102 WKC

4 STAFF 4 STAFF

33095

MYMATHLAB is required

33093

MAT 090-2H1 Introductory Algebra M 0800PM-0950PM PRR-T102 F15

4 STAFF

MYMATHLAB is required

35300 33155

34184

33842

35305

MAT 099-2H1 Intermediate Algebra W 0800PM-0950PM PRR-W106 F15 MAT 103-2H1 Math for Clinical Calculations F 0900AM-1150AM PRR-W106 BI1

35307 35308 35310 34186

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

4 STAFF 3 STAFF

MOT 150-1H1 Pharmacology for Medical Assistants 3 F 0600PM-0730PM PA-366 F15 STAFF

NUR 201-2H1 IV Therapy for LPNs NUR 212-2H1 Pharmacology II R 0300PM-0450PM PRR-

F15 F15

5 STAFF 2 STAFF

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS

33847 4 STAFF

MYMATHLAB is required

32147

3 BOND

PARALEGAL

33844

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 32116

MOT 135-1H1 Basic Medical Sciences III F 0430PM-0550PM PA-366 F15

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

33841

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 33092

3 BOND

NURSING

34581

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

32966

MOT 125-1H1 Basic Medical Sciences I F 0300PM-0425PM PA-366 F15

Mandatory meeting Jan 22, 6:00 pm. Class meets Feb 19, Mar 19, Apr 16, May 7.

34734

MAR 111-1H1 Principles of Sales R 0100PM-0215PM PA-364 MAR 160-1H1 Customer Service R 0230PM-0345PM PA-255

CR INSTRUCTOR

MOT 125.1H1 has a mandatory meeting Jan 22. Class meets Jan 22, Feb 12, 19, Mar 12, 19, Apr 9, 16, 30, May 7.

34031

MAN 116-1H1 Principles of Supervision M 0700PM-0815PM PA-222 F15 MAN 116-1H2 Principles of Supervision T 0230PM-0345PM PA-225 F15 MAN 246-1H1 Critical Issues-Marketing/Mgmt M 0400PM-0515PM PA-221 F15

MARKETING 32965

TERM

MOT 135.1H1 has a mandatory meeting Jan 22. Class meets Jan 22, Feb 12, 19, Mar 12, 19, Apr 9, 16, 30, May 7.

MANAGEMENT 32963

BLDG/RM

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

LIT 115-1H1 Intro to Literature I: AH2 W 0530PM-0645PM PA-356 F15

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 35122

COURSE TITLE DAYS TIMES

MEDICAL OFFICE TECHNOLOGY

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 34055

CRN

27

35306 33849

PAR 114-3H1 Computers & the Law S 0930AM-1045AM PDO-S205 WKC PAR 115-3H1 Introduction to Law M 0700PM-0815PM PDO-S205 F15 PAR 115-3H2 Introduction to Law S 0800AM-0915AM PDO-S205 WKC PAR 116-3H1 Torts S 0130PM-0245PM PDO-S205 WKC PAR 118-3H1 Contracts T 0700PM-0815PM PDO-S205 F15 PAR 125-3H1 Property Law S 0300PM-0415PM PDO-S205 WKC PAR 127-3H1 Legal Ethics W 0700PM-0815PM PDO-S205 F15 PAR 201-3H1 Civil Litigation T 0830PM-0945PM PDO-S205 F15 PAR 206-3H1 Business Organizations W 0830PM-0945PM PDO-S205 F15 PAR 213-3H1 Legal Research & Writing I S 1100AM-1215PM PDO-S205 MS4 PAR 213-3H2 Legal Research & Writing I R 0700PM-0815PM PDO-S205 F15 PAR 289-3H1 Capstone R 0830PM-0945PM PDO-S205 F15

3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF

PHARMACY TECHNICIAN CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 32368 34626

PHT 105-1H1 Orientation To Pharmacy MW 1000AM-1215PM PA-250 BI1 PHT 105-1H2 Orientation To Pharmacy TR 0300PM-0515PM PA-250 BI1

4 MOTES 4 MOTES

PHILOSOPHY

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 33755 33756

PHI 112-2H1 Ethics: AH3 M 0830AM-0945AM PRR-W116 PHI 112-2H2 Ethics: AH3 W 0830AM-0945AM PRR-W116

F15 F15

3 McCluggage 3 McCluggage


28

www.ppcc.edu

CRN

COURSE TITLE DAYS TIMES

BLDG/RM

TERM

CR INSTRUCTOR

POLITICAL SCIENCE

3 Riley

PSY 101-4H1 General Psychology I: SS3 F 0900AM-1015AM PFN-113 F15

3 Gibb

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

F15

5 STAFF 5 STAFF

WKC

5 STAFF

F15

31616 35316 35270

(Sections VC*)

BLDG/RM

TERM

CR INSTRUCTOR

HIS 249-VC1 History of Islamic Civilization: HI1 3 MW 1130AM-1245PM PA-206 F15 Wagner

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS HIS 249-VC3 History of Islamic Civilization: HI1 3 MW 1130AM-1245PM PDO-S208 F15 Wagner

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS HIS 249-VC2 History of Islamic Civilization: HI1 3 MW 1130AM-1245PM PRR-S201 F15 Wagner

FALCON CAMPUS 34595

33859

MAT 122-VC2 College Trigonometry: MA1 TR 0230PM-0345PM PRR-S201 F15

3 STAFF

MAT 122-VC4 College Trigonometry: MA1 TR 0230PM-0345PM PFN-161 F15

3 STAFF

METEOROLOGY 33158

33558

MET 150-VC1 General Meteorology: SC1 TR 1000AM-1215PM PA-206 F15

4 Madson

MET 150-VC3 General Meteorology: SC1 TR 1000AM-1215PM PDO-S208 F15

4 Madson

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 33475

MET 150-VC2 General Meteorology: SC1 TR 1000AM-1215PM PRR-S201 F15

4 Madson

FALCON CAMPUS 33702

MET 150-VC4 General Meteorology: SC1 TR 1000AM-1215PM PFN-161 F15

4 Madson

PHILOSOPHY

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

33759

PHI 142-VC1 New Testament TR 0100PM-0215PM PA-206 F15 PHI 214-VC1 Philosophy of Religion: AH3 TR 0400PM-0515PM PA-206 F15

3 McCluggage 3 Trussell

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 33559

33476

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

34593

3 STAFF

PHI 142-VC3 New Testament TR 0100PM-0215PM PDO-S208 F15 PHI 214-VC3 Philosophy of Religion: AH3 TR 0400PM-0515PM PDO-S208 F15

3 McCluggage 3 Trussell

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

HISTORY

34594

33857

33761

Centennial Campus, room PA-206 Downtown Studio Campus, room PDO-S208 Rampart Range Campus, room PRR-S201 Falcon Campus, room PFN-161

34592

MAT 122-VC3 College Trigonometry: MA1 TR 0230PM-0345PM PDO-S208 F15

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

33009

Students from all PPCC campuses take classes together over a video-conferencing system that allows participants to see and talk to one another at different sites. Instructors make syllabi and other handouts available on a web site so that students can download and print materials as necessary.

COURSE TITLE DAYS TIMES

3 STAFF

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS

SPA 111-2H1 Spanish Language I 5 T 0530PM-0750PM PRR-W116 F15 STAFF SPA 112-2H1 Spanish Language II 5 F 1000AM-1220PM PRR-T108 F15 STAFF SPA 212-2H1 Spanish Language IV: AH4 3 W 0830AM-0945AM PRR-T108 F15 STAFF SPA 215-2H1 Spanish for Professional II 3 M 0830AM-0945AM PRR-T108 F15 STAFF

Video Conferencing Classes

CRN

MAT 122-VC1 College Trigonometry: MA1 TR 0230PM-0345PM PA-206 F15

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

SPA 111-3H1 Spanish Language I S 0900AM-1120AM PDO-S232

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 34212

CR INSTRUCTOR

FALCON CAMPUS

SPA 111-1H1 Spanish Language I M 0100PM-0320PM PA-253 SPA 112-1H1 Spanish Language II W 0100PM-0320PM PA-253

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 33174

33856

33858

SPANISH

35318

TERM

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS

FALCON CAMPUS

32928

BLDG/RM

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

POS 111-3H1 American Government: SS1 F 0530PM-0645PM PDO-S207 WKC

PSYCHOLOGY 33659

COURSE TITLE DAYS TIMES

MATH

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 31579

CRN

HIS 249-VC4 History of Islamic Civilization: HI1 3 MW 1130AM-1245PM PFN-161 F15 Wagner

33760

PHI 142-VC2 New Testament TR 0100PM-0215PM PRR-S201 F15 PHI 214-VC2 Philosophy of Religion: AH3 TR 0400PM-0515PM PRR-S201 F15

3 McCluggage 3 Trussell

FALCON CAMPUS 33703 33762

PHI 142-VC4 New Testament TR 0100PM-0215PM PFN-161 F15 PHI 214-VC4 Philosophy of Religion: AH3 TR 0400PM-0515PM PFN-161 F15

3 McCluggage 3 Trussell


29

SPRING  2010 CRN

COURSE TITLE DAYS TIMES

BLDG/RM

TERM

CR INSTRUCTOR

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS SWK 100-VC1 Introduction to Social Work S 1030AM-1145AM PA-206 MS4

3 STAFF

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 33478

SWK 100-VC3 Introduction to Social Work S 1030AM-1145AM PDO-S208 MS4 SWK 100-VC2 Introduction to Social Work S 1030AM-1145AM PRR-S201 MS4

3 STAFF 3 STAFF

SWK 100-VC4 Introduction to Social Work S 1030AM-1145AM PFN-161 MS4

ACCOUNTING 32846 31195 31196

3 STAFF

31232 34725

ppccConnect

32556

PPCC Internet-based Classes

34680

Students can access these classes from any computer connected to the Internet, including computers on campus. Students will receive assignments, participate in threaded discussions, turn in assignments, and take examinations online. In most cases, no trips to campus are required. Most instructors establish due dates for assignments and examinations, but within those time frames students work at their own pace, with no specific times to be online. For more information, check “Distance Learning” on the PPCC website or call 719502-3555. NOTE: PPCC Internet-based classes follow the same schedule as regular classes regarding start, end, drop, and withdrawal dates.

31890 34955 34472

32848

3. Classes are accessed at http://online.ppcc.edu. Your user name is your full Student Identification Number with a capital S. Your password is the first six digits of the PIN used for the PPCC Online registration system. 4. PPCC Online classes are NOT self-paced. You are responsible for logging into your online class within the first three days of the semester. Most instructors will have assignments due within the first week.

31245 33670

34499

ART 110-1N1 Art Appreciation: AH1 F15 ART 110-1N2 Art Appreciation: AH1 F15 ART 113-1N1 History of Photography F15

3 Conrad 3 Conrad 3 STAFF

BIO 216-1N1 Pathophysiology

F15

4 STAFF

BUS 115-1N1 Introduction to Business 3 F15 Bowles BUS 203-1N1 Intro to International Business 3 F15 Meyer BUS 216-1N1 Legal Environment of Business 3 F15 Natali BUS 217-1N1 Bus Communication & Report Writing 3 F15 Taggart BUS 226-1N1 Business Statistics 3 F15 Meyer

BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION 31727 31728 31729 31730

BTE 100-1N1 Computer Keyboarding F15 BTE 102-1N1 Keyboarding Applications I F15 BTE 108-1N1 Ten-Key by Touch F15 BTE 166-1N1 Business Editing Skills F15

1 RODIE 2 BAILEY 1 RODIE 3 RODIE

COMMUNICATION 33651

Late Start Online classes pg. 33

3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF

BUSINESS

31247

2. Textbooks are usually the same books used for on-campus classes. All textbooks are available at the Centennial Campus bookstore or online at www.ppccbookstore.com.

ANT 101-1N1 Cultural Anthropology: SS3 F15 ANT 111-1N1 Physical Anthropology: SS3 F15 ANT 215-1N1 Indians of North America: SS3 F15 ANT 221-1N1 Exploring Other Cultures I F15

BIOLOGY

1. See pages 10 and 11 for tuition rates.

Second Bisemester Online classes pg. 32

3 Johnson 4 McElderry 4 Howard

ART

31246

First Bisemester Online classes pg. 32

ACC 101-1N1 Fundamentals of Accounting F15 ACC 121-1N1 Accounting Principles I F15 ACC 122-1N1 Accounting Principles II F15

ANT 221.1N1 will explore Contemporary Japanese Culture

Important Facts About PPCC Connect

Full Term Online classes pg. 29

CR INSTRUCTOR

ANTHROPOLOGY

FALCON CAMPUS 33701

TERM

Classes run January 20 – May 11

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 33477

COURSE TITLE

FULL TERM ONLINE CLASSES

SOCIAL WORK 33191

CRN

COM 225-1N1 Organizational Communication F15

3 STAFF

COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING 34479 34481

CAD 255-1N1 SolidWorks/Mechanical F15 CAD 259-1N1 Advanced Solidworks F15

3 Wilson 3 Wilson


30 CRN

www.ppcc.edu COURSE TITLE

TERM

CR INSTRUCTOR

CRN

COURSE TITLE

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

ENGLISH

31748

31369

31749 34502 31751 31752 31753 31747

CIS 115-1N1 Intro to Computer Info Systems 3 F15 OHLE CIS 118-1N1 Intro PC Applications 3 F15 MEIKLEJOHN CIS 124-1N1 Intro to Operating Systems 3 F15 DEHERRERA CIS 135-1N1 Complete PC Word Processing 3 F15 RODIE CIS 145-1N1 Complete PC Database 3 F15 RIDDLE CIS 155-1N1 PC Spreadsheet Concepts 3 F15 OHLE CIS 267-1N1 Mgmt of Information Systems 3 F15 OHLE

COMPUTER & NETWORKING TECHNOLOGY 33712 34703

CNG 101-1N1 Intro to Networking CNG 103-1N1 Wide Area Networks

3 F15 walters 3 F15 walters

COMPUTER SCIENCE 31783 32576

CSC 105-1N1 Computer Literacy 3 F15 Simpson CSC 120-1N1 Prob Solving: Visual Basic 3 F15 ohle

COMPUTER WEB-BASED 33090

CWB 110-1N1 Complete Web Author: HTML F15

3 Deherrera

CRIMINAL JUSTICE 31294 31295 31326 31327 31329 31330 31331 31332

CRJ 125-1N1 Law Enforcement Operations 3 F15 Engel CRJ 145-1N1 Correctional Process 3 F15 Thorson CRJ 146-1N1 Community Based Corrections 3 F15 Thorson CRJ 209-1N1 Criminal Investigation I 3 F15 Engel CRJ 215-1N1 Constitutional Rights Inmates 3 F15 Thorson CRJ 216-1N1 Juvenile Law & Procedures 3 F15 Engel CRJ 219-1N1 Police Intelligence 2 F15 Engel CRJ 255-1N1 Organ Mgmt of Correctional Insts 3 F15 Thorson

ECONOMICS 34762 34980

ECO 201-1N1 Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1 F15 ECO 202-1N1 Prin of Microeconomics: SS1 F15

34764 34765 34120

EDU 221-1N1 Introduction to Education F15 EDU 221-1N2 Introduction to Education F15 EDU 250-1N1 CTE in Colorado F15 EDU 260-1N1 Adult Learning & Teaching F15

31513 31536

3 STAFF 3 STAFF 1 STAFF 3 STAFF

ENG 090-1N1 Basic Composition F15 ENG 121-1N1 English Composition I: CO1 F15 ENG 122-1N1 English Composition II: CO2 F15 ENG 131-1N1 Technical Writing I F15

3 Giddings 3 Miller 3 Aggen 3 Aggen

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 32309 34766

ENV 101-1N1 Environmental Science: SC1 F15 ENV 101-1N2 Environmental Science: SC1 F15

4 STAFF 4 STAFF

FINANCE 31475 31476

FIN 106-1N1 Consumer Economics F15 FIN 201-1N1 Principles of Finance F15

3 Meyer 3 Bowles

GEOGRAPHY 32318 GEO 105-1N1 World Regional Geography: SS2 F15

3 KOPTEVA

GEOLOGY 32326 GEY 135-1N1 Environmental Geology F15

3 Carmichael

HISTORY 32045 34586 34587 34588 32046 32047

HIS 101-1N1 Western Civilization: Antiquity-1650 HI1 3 F15 STAFF HIS 102-1N1 Western Civilization: Antiquity-1650 HI1 3 F15 STAFF HIS 111-1N1 The World: Antiquity-1500: HI1 3 F15 Spencer HIS 112-1N1 The World: 1500-Present: HI1 3 F15 Spencer HIS 201-1N1 US History to Reconstruction: HI1 3 F15 STAFF HIS 202-1N1 US History since Civil War: HI1 3 F15 STAFF

HEALTH PROFESSIONAL 34317

HPR 108-1N1 Dietary Nutrition

F15

1 STAFF

Enrollment recommended AFTER taking BIO 111. Please contact kristen.johnson@ppcc.edu for more information.

32339 34805

3 Meyer 3 Meyer

EDUCATION 31211

31441

CR INSTRUCTOR

TERM

34806 34807 34506 34808 34810 34811

HPR 178-1N1 Medical Terminology F15 HPR 178-1N2 Medical Terminology F15 HPR 178-1N3 Medical Terminology F15 HPR 178-1N4 Medical Terminology F15 HPR 208-1N1 Advanced Medical Terminology F15 HPR 208-1N2 Advanced Medical Terminology F15 HPR 208-1N3 Advanced Medical Terminology F15 HPR 208-1N4 Advanced Medical Terminology F15

2 STAFF 2 STAFF 2 STAFF 2 STAFF 2 STAFF 2 STAFF 2 STAFF 2 STAFF


SPRING  2010 CRN

COURSE TITLE

TERM

CR INSTRUCTOR

HUMANITIES 32061 32064

HUM 121-1N1 Humanities: Early Civ: AH2 3 F15 Betts HUM 122-1N1 Humanities: Medieval to Modern: AH2 3 F15 Betts

JOURNALISM 31588 34940

JOU 105-1N1 Introduction to Mass Media: SS3 F15 JOU 105-1N2 Introduction to Mass Media: SS3 F15

3 Slavitz 3 Slavitz

LITERATURE 32079 34056 35123

LIT 115-1N1 Intro to Literature I: AH2 3 F15 Schoolcraft LIT 201-1N1 Masterpieces of Literature I: AH2 3 F15 Finch LIT 255-1N1 Children’s Literature 3 F15 Seal

MANAGEMENT 34500 32967 32968 33188 31557 31558 31559

MAN 116-1N1 Principles of Supervision 3 F15 Taggart MAN 117-1N1 Time Management 1 F15 Sonntag MAN 125-1N1 Team Building 1 F15 Sonntag MAN 128-1N1 Human Relations in Organizations 3 F15 Thirion MAN 200-1N1 Human Resource Management I 3 F15 Thirion MAN 216-1N1 Small Business Management 3 F15 Bowles MAN 226-1N1 Principles of Management 3 F15 Taggart

MARKETING 34501 35097 31569 33676 33677

MAR 111-1N1 Principles of Sales F15 MAR 160-1N1 Customer Service F15 MAR 216-1N1 Principles of Marketing F15 MAR 240-1N1 International Marketing F15 MAR 249-1N1 Strategic Marketing F15

MATH 34129 35130 32114 35131 33912 33854 35132 32138 35133

MAT 060-1N1 Pre-Algebra F15 MAT 060-1N2 Pre-Algebra F15 MAT 090-1N1 Introductory Algebra F15 MAT 090-1N2 Introductory Algebra F15 MAT 099-1N1 Intermediate Algebra F15 MAT 103-1N1 Math for Clinical Calculations F15 MAT 103-1N2 Math for Clinical Calculations F15 MAT 107-1N1 Career Math F15 MAT 107-1N2 Career Math F15

CRN

COURSE TITLE

TERM

32582

MAT 121-1N1 College Algebra: MA1

F15

4 Mahan

3 Stewart 3 STAFF 4 Krzemien 4 Krzemien 4 Stewart 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 Krzemien 3 STAFF

CR INSTRUCTOR

MAT 122-1N1 College Trigonometry: MA1 F15

3 STAFF

MYMATHLAB is required

35257

MULTIMEDIA GRAPHIC DESIGN 33788 34178 34179 34180

MGD 102-1N1 Introduction To Multimedia F15 MGD 112-1N1 Adobe Illustrator I F15 MGD 141-1N1 Web Design I F15 MGD 143-1N1 Motion Graphic Design I: Software F15

3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF

MUSIC 33766

MUS 120-1N1 Music Appreciation: AH1 F15

3 Malone

PHILOSOPHY 32333 32342 33757 33007

PHI 111-1N1 Intro to Philosophy: AH3 F15 PHI 112-1N1 Ethics: AH3 F15 PHI 113-1N1 Logic: AH3 F15 PHI 114-1N1 Comparative Religions: AH3 F15

3 STAFF 3 McCluggage 3 STAFF 3 STAFF

POLITICAL SCIENCE 31586

POS 111-1N1 American Government: SS1 F15

3 Buchanan

PSYCHOLOGY 31664 34692

3 Gray 3 Kuzara 3 Meyer 3 Meyer 3 Thirion

31

31666 33590 31667 34696 31669

PSY 101-1N1 General Psychology I: SS3 3 F15 Kamilar PSY 101-1N2 General Psychology I: SS3 3 F15 Poe PSY 102-1N1 General Psychology II: SS3 3 F15 Kamilar PSY 112-1N1 Psychology of Adjustment 3 F15 Cooley PSY 235-1N1 Human Growth & Development: SS3 3 F15 Routh PSY 235-1N2 Human Growth & Development: SS3 3 F15 Routh PSY 238-1N1 Child Development: SS3 3 F15 Licht

SOCIOLOGY 31713 34803 31715

SOC 101-1N1 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 F15 SOC 101-1N2 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 F15 SOC 102-1N1 Intro to Sociology II: SS3 F15

3 Swanson 3 Bjorkman 3 Swanson

SPANISH 34189 35268 35269

SPA 111-1N1 Spanish Language I F15 SPA 112-1N1 Spanish Language II F15 SPA 211-1N1 Spanish Language III: AH4 F15

5 STAFF 5 STAFF 3 STAFF


32 CRN

www.ppcc.edu COURSE TITLE

CRN

COURSE TITLE

FIRST BISEMESTER ONLINE CLASSES

31542

Classes run January 20 – March 12

31547

FST 206-2N1 Fire Co Superv & Leadership BI1 FST 250-2N1 Chemistry for Fire Protection BI1 FST 259-2N1 Wildland Firefighting Tactics BI1

TERM

CR INSTRUCTOR

31544

ACCOUNTING 35234 35236 35238 35240

ACC 115-2N1 Payroll Accounting BI1 ACC 121-2N1 Accounting Principles I BI1 ACC 122-2N1 Accounting Principles II BI1 ACC 125-2N1 Computerized Accounting BI1

3 Allen 4 Allen 4 Dieball 3 Paine Jr

ANTHROPOLOGY 34682

ANT 101-2N1 Cultural Anthropolog: SS3 BI1

3 STAFF

CRIMINAL JUSTICE 34788 34786 34790 34792 34797 34800

CRJ 110-2N1 Intro to Criminal Justice BI1 CRJ 118-2N1 Report Writing BI1 CRJ 205-2N1 Principles of Criminal Law BI1 CRJ 208-2N1 Criminal Evidence BI1 CRJ 210-2N1 Constitutional Law BI1 CRJ 230-2N1 Criminology BI1

3 Morris 3 Merson 3 Merson 3 Merson 3 Morris 3 Morris

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT & PLANNING 31466 31468 31470 31472

EMP 101-2N1 Emergency Management 3 BI1 STAFF EMP 106-2N1 Exercise Design Evaluation 3 BI1 STAFF EMP 107-2N1 Emerg Operation Cntr & Communications 3 BI1 STAFF EMP 240-2N1 Leadership & Influence 3 BI1 STAFF

FIRE SCIENCE 31500 31517 31519 31521 31523 31526 31528 31530 31532 31535 31540

FST 102-2N1 Principles/Emergency Services BI1 FST 103-2N1 Occ Safety & Health for Fire BI1 FST 104-2N1 Fire Protection Systems BI1 FST 105-2N1 Building Const for Fire Prof BI1 FST 106-2N1 Fire Prevention BI1 FST 107-2N1 HazMat Operations (Level I) BI1 FST 150-2N1 Fire Prevention Education BI1 FST 201-2N1 Instructional Methodology BI1 FST 202-2N1 Strategy & Tactics BI1 FST 204-2N1 Principles of Code Enforcement BI1 FST 205-2N1 Fire Investigation I BI1

3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF

TERM

CR INSTRUCTOR 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF

MATH 35134 35135 35136

MAT 060-2N1 Pre-Algebra BI1 MAT 090-2N1 Introductory Algebra BI1 MAT 099-2N1 Intermediate Algebra BI1

3 STAFF 4 STAFF 4 Novack

PHARMACY TECHNICIAN 33955

PHT 115-2N1 Pharm GI/Renal/Repro/Imm/Derma BI1

3 MOTES

PSYCHOLOGY 34694

PSY 101-2N1 General Psychology I: SS3 BI1

3 Hull

PUBLIC SECURITY MANAGEMENT 31671 31673 31675 34045 31678

PSM 130-2N1 Homeland Security Law BI1 PSM 132-2N1 Homeland: Forecast Terrorism BI1 PSM 133-2N1 Hmld Security: Chem/Bio Defense BI1 PSM 135-2N1 Critical Infrastructure Protection BI1 PSM 200-2N1 NIM Syst/Interagency Operation BI1

3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 1 STAFF 3 STAFF

SECOND BISEMESTER ONLINE CLASSES Classes run March 15 – May 11 ACCOUNTING 35235 35237 35239 35241

ACC 115-3N1 Payroll Accounting BI2 ACC 121-3N1 Accounting Principles I BI2 ACC 122-3N1 Accounting Principles II BI2 ACC 125-3N1 Computerized Accounting BI2

3 Allen 4 Allen 4 Dieball 3 Paine Jr

ANTHROPOLOGY 34683

ANT 101-3N1 Cultural Anthropology: SS3 BI2

3 STAFF

CRIMINAL JUSTICE 34789 34787 34791 34793 34798 34799

CRJ 110-3N1 Intro to Criminal Justice BI2 CRJ 118-3N1 Report Writing BI2 CRJ 205-3N1 Principles of Criminal Law BI2 CRJ 208-3N1 Criminal Evidence BI2 CRJ 210-3N1 Constitutional Law BI2 CRJ 220-3N1 Human Rel/Social Conflict BI2

3 Morris 3 Merson 3 Merson 3 Merson 3 Morris 3 Morris


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COURSE TITLE

34801

CRJ 230-3N1 Criminology CRJ 249-3N1 Penology

34802

TERM

CR INSTRUCTOR

BI2 BI2

3 Morris 3 Morris

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT & PLANNING 31467 31469 31471 31473

EMP 101-3N1 Emergency Management 3 BI2 STAFF EMP 106-3N1 Exercise Design Evaluation 3 BI2 STAFF EMP 107-3N1 Emerg Operation Cntr & Communications 3 BI2 STAFF EMP 240-3N1 Leadership & Influence 3 BI2 STAFF

FIRE SCIENCE 31515 31518 31520 31522 31524 31527 31529 31531 31533 31538 31541 31543 31546 31548

FST 102-3N1 Principles/Emergency Services BI2 FST 103-3N1 Occ Safety & Health for Fire BI2 FST 104-3N1 Fire Protection Systems BI2 FST 105-3N1 Building Const for Fire Prof BI2 FST 106-3N1 Fire Prevention BI2 FST 107-3N1 HazMat Operations (Level I) BI2 FST 150-3N1 Fire Prevention Education BI2 FST 201-3N1 Instructional Methodology BI2 FST 202-3N1 Strategy & Tactics BI2 FST 204-3N1 Principles of Code Enforcement BI2 FST 205-3N1 Fire Investigation I BI2 FST 206-3N1 Fire Co Superv & Leadership BI2 FST 250-3N1 Chemistry for Fire Protection BI2 FST 259-3N1 Wildland Firefighting Tactics BI2

3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF

MAT 090-3N1 Introductory Algebra BI2 MAT 107-3N1 Career Math BI2 MAT 120-3N1 Math for Liberal Arts: MA1 BI2

4 STAFF 3 STAFF 4 STAFF

MATH 35137 35138 35139

mymathlab required.

35140

MAT 121-3N1 College Algebra: MA1

mymathlab required.

BI2

4 STAFF

CRN

COURSE TITLE

TERM

CR INSTRUCTOR

PHARMACY TECHNICIAN 33956

PHT 118-3N1 Pharm Nerv/Endo/Musculoskelet BI2

3 MOTES

PSYCHOLOGY 34695

PSY 102-3N1 General Psychology II: SS3 BI2

3 Hull

PUBLIC SECURITY MANAGEMENT 31672 31674 31676 31677 31679

PSM 130-3N1 Homeland Security Law BI2 PSM 132-3N1 Homeland: Forecast Terrorism BI2 PSM 133-3N1 Hmld Security: Chem/Bio Defense BI2 PSM 135-3N1 Critical Infrastructure Protection BI2 PSM 200-3N1 NIM Syst/Interagency Operation BI2

3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF 1 STAFF 3 STAFF

LATE START ONLINE CLASSES Classes run February 24 – May 11 ACCOUNTING 34804

ACC 121-4N1 Accounting Principles I LAT

4 Howard

BUSINESS 35289

BUS 115-4N1 Introduction to Business LAT

3 STAFF

ENGLISH 35112 35116

ENG 121-4N1 English Composition I: CO1 LAT ENG 122-4N1 English Composition II: CO2 LAT

3 Miller 3 STAFF

HISTORY 34585 34589

HIS 101-4N1 Western Civilization: Antiquity-1650 HI1 3 LAT STAFF HIS 201-4N1 US History to Reconstruction: HI1 3 LAT STAFF

MUSIC 35089

MUS 120-4N1 Music Appreciation: AH1 LAT

3 Malone

PSYCHOLOGY 34693 35246 34697

PSY 101-4N1 General Psychology I: SS3 3 LAT Raitz PSY 235-4N1 Human Growth & Development: SS3 3 LAT Falkoski PSY 249-4N1 Abnormal Psychology: SS3 3 LAT Espinoza


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CIS/CSC Open-Entry/OpenExit Courses

CRN

Minimal instruction is available in the open-entry labs. Students will complete all exams under the supervision of the open-entry lab facilitator. O/E classes (except CIS 110) are recommended for self-motivated students who are computer literate, and already have significant knowledge in the subject area of the course. Students needing significant instructor guidance are not considered good candidates for this program (except students in CIS 110). The O/E lab facilitator will schedule tutoring sessions for students enrolled in CIS 110. Students wishing to complete CSC 105 and CIS 118 in Open-Entry must first enroll in a classroom or online section of the course and be recommended for transfer by their instructor. For more information regarding O/E, students may contact Frank Kuehn at 719-502-3267.

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 32533

CIS 110-006 Introduction to the PC 15 PRR-E207 OPEN-C 32534 CIS 110-007 Introduction to the PC 15 PRR-E207 OPEN-D 32535 CIS 110-008 Introduction to the PC 15 PRR-E207 OPEN-E 32540 CIS 118-007 Intro PC Applications 45 PRR-E207 OPEN-D 33740 CIS 120-006 Technology for Career Develop. 15 PRR-E207 OPEN-C 32545 CIS 130-006 Introduction to Internet 15 PRR-E207 OPEN-C 32546 CIS 130-007 Introduction to Internet 15 PRR-E207 OPEN-D 32547 CIS 130-008 Introduction to Internet 15 PRR-E207 OPEN-E 33742 CIS 203-007 Technology for Career Success 30 PRR-E207 OPEN-D

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 32552

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 32530

CIS 110-001 Introduction to the PC 15 PA-226 OPEN-C 32531 CIS 110-002 Introduction to the PC 15 PA-226 OPEN-D 32532 CIS 110-003 Introduction to the PC 15 PA-226 OPEN-E 32539 CIS 118-002 Intro PC Applications 45 PA-226 OPEN-D 33084 CIS 120-001 Technology for Career Develop. 15 PA-226 OPEN-C 32542 CIS 130-001 Introduction to Internet 15 PA-226 OPEN-C 32543 CIS 130-002 Introduction to Internet 15 PA-226 OPEN-D 32544 CIS 130-003 Introduction to Internet 15 PA-226 OPEN-E 31742 CIS 203-002 Technology for Career Success 30 PA-226 OPEN-D

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 32536

CSC 105-002 Computer Literacy 45 PA-226 OPEN-D CSC 105-00B Computer Literacy 45 PDO-S103 OPEN-D

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS CR INSTRUCTOR

CIS 110-00A Introduction to the PC 15 PDO-S103 OPEN-C 32537 CIS 110-00B Introduction to the PC 15 PDO-S103 OPEN-D 32538 CIS 110-00C Introduction to the PC 15 PDO-S103 OPEN-E 32541 CIS 118-00B Intro PC Applications 45 PDO-S103 OPEN-D 33741 CIS 120-00A Technology for Career Develop. 15 PDO-S103 OPEN-C

1 STAFF 1 STAFF 1 STAFF 3 STAFF 1 STAFF 1 STAFF 1 STAFF 1 STAFF 2 STAFF

1 STAFF 1 STAFF 1 STAFF 3 STAFF 1 STAFF

1 STAFF 1 STAFF 1 STAFF 2 STAFF 1 STAFF 1 STAFF 1 STAFF 3 STAFF 1 STAFF 1 STAFF 1 STAFF 1 STAFF 2 STAFF

COMPUTER SCIENCE

32555

SESSION

CR INSTRUCTOR

CIS 130-00A Introduction to Internet 15 PDO-S103 OPEN-C 32549 CIS 130-00B Introduction to Internet 15 PDO-S103 OPEN-D 32550 CIS 130-00C Introduction to Internet 15 PDO-S103 OPEN-E 33743 CIS 203-00B Technology for Career Success 30 PDO-S103 OPEN-D

32553 BLDG/RM

SESSION

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS

Session C begins January 20 Session D begins February 24 Session E begins April 7 COURSE TITLE CONTACT HOURS

BLDG/RM

32548

Through the Open-Entry program, students may take a limited number of self-instruction classes in a flexible lab environment. Each course is self-paced and must be completed within the current semester. There are three enrollment dates for openentry classes. Refer to “Important Dates” on the semester calendar. Students must take an Orientation Quiz for each course in an Open-Entry lab within the first week of the scheduled session or be dropped from the class. O/E lab hours can be found online in Blackboard under “Getting Started.”

CRN

COURSE TITLE CONTACT HOURS

CSC 105-007 Computer Literacy 45 PRR-E207 OPEN-D

3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF


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math Open-Entry/Open-Exit Courses Math Open-Entry/Open Exit classes are designed for those students who could benefit from an option different from the classroom or online teaching. Often these are students who are redoing their math classes. The class requires in class computer work two hours a day, four days a week. It is self paced. A math faculty member is available to answer questions but does no lecturing. A grade is given based on three written tests, the final percentage earned working with the computer software, a notebook, and scores on multiplication and division tables. These courses are eligible for financial aid. Students are encouraged to do additional computer work outside of class. Permission of the instructor is required to register. Please contact Marilyn Frydrych at Marilyn.Frydrych@ppcc.edu or 502-3304.

CRN

COURSE TITLE DAYS TIMES

BLDG/RM

TERM

CR INSTRUCTOR

MATH CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 34596 34597 34598 34599 34600 34601 34602 34603

MAT 030-001 Fundamentals of Mathematics MTWR 0800AM-0950AM PB-302 F15 MAT 030-002 Fundamentals of Mathematics MTWR 0500PM-0650PM PB-302 F15 MAT 060-001 Pre-Algebra MTWR 0800AM-0950AM PB-302 F15 MAT 060-002 Pre-Algebra MTWR 0500PM-0650PM PB-302 F15 MAT 090-001 Introductory Algebra MTWR 0800AM-0950AM PB-302 F15 MAT 090-002 Introductory Algebra MTWR 0500PM-0650PM PB-302 F15 MAT 099-001 Intermediate Algebra MTWR 0800AM-0950AM PB-302 F15 MAT 099-002 Intermediate Algebra MTWR 0500PM-0650PM PB-302 F15

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 34604 34605 34606 34607

MAT 030-00A Fundamentals of Mathematics MTWR 0300PM-0450PM PDO-N102 F15 MAT 060-00A Pre-Algebra MTWR 0300PM-0450PM PDO-N102 F15 MAT 090-00A Introductory Algebra MTWR 0300PM-0450PM PDO-N102 F15 MAT 099-00A Intermediate Algebra MTWR 0300PM-0450PM PDO-N102 F15

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 35056 35291 35058 35293 35060 35061 35062 35063

MAT 030-006 Fundamentals of Mathematics MTWR 0800AM-0950AM PRR-T101 F15 MAT 030-009 Fundamentals of Mathematics MTWR 0500PM-0650PM PRR-T101 F15 MAT 060-006 Pre-Algebra MTWR 0800AM-0950AM PRR-T101 F15 MAT 060-009 Pre-Algebra MTWR 0500PM-0650PM PRR-T101 F15 MAT 090-006 Introductory Algebra MTWR 0800AM-0950AM PRR-T101 F15 MAT 090-007 Introductory Algebra MTWR 0500PM-0650PM PRR-T101 F15 MAT 099-006 Intermediate Algebra MTWR 0800AM-0950AM PRR-T101 F15 MAT 099-007 Intermediate Algebra MTWR 0500PM-0650PM PRR-T101 F15

2 Frydrych 2 Frydrych 3 Frydrych 3 Frydrych 4 Frydrych 4 Frydrych 4 Frydrych 4 Frydrych 2 Frydrych 3 Frydrych 4 Frydrych 4 Frydrych 2 Frydrych 2 Frydrych 3 Frydrych 3 Frydrych 4 Frydrych 4 Frydrych 4 Frydrych 4 Frydrych

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CCC Online Classes CCC Online combines the efforts of most community colleges in Colorado to provide classes and in some cases full degrees for students who want to pursue their education online. All students must choose a home school, and grades earned by students who choose PPCC will go directly to their PPCC transcripts. Students can access these classes from any computer connected to the Internet, including computers on campus when PPCC classes are in session. Students will receive assignments, participate in threaded discussions, turn in assignments, and take examinations online. Campus visits are not required. Most instructors establish due dates for assignments and examinations, but within those time frames students work at their own pace, with no specific times to be online. On the first day of classes CCC Online students should go to the website (www.ccconline.org) and click on “Log In.” CCC Online students may purchase textbooks at the Centennial Campus Bookstore, the PPCC Online bookstore at www. ppccbookstore.com, or through the CCC Online website, www. ccconline.org.

Important Facts About CCC Online 1. See pages 10 and 11 for tuition rates. 2. Textbooks are usually NOT the same books used for oncampus classes. All textbooks are available at the Centennial Campus bookstore, or online at www.ppccbookstore.com. 3. Classes are accessed at www.ccconline.org. Your user name is your full Student Identification Number with a capital S. Your password is the first six digits of the PIN used for the PPCC registration system. 4. You are responsible for logging into your online class within the first three days of the semester. Most instructors will have assignments due within the first week. 5. CCC Online classes have different registration and start dates than PPCC Online or on-campus classes. See page 3 of the Spring 2010 Calendar. Session 1 = C11 Session 2 = C21 CCC Online information is subject to change. Please check www. ccconline.org for the latest information. Registration ends at noon the Thursday before classes begin. CRN

COURSE

TITLE

CR

SESSION I 32599 33423 32601 32602 32603 32604 32605 32606 32607

ACC 101-C11 Fundamentals of Accounting ACC 115-C11 Payroll Accounting ACC 121-C11 Accounting Principles I ACC 122-C11 Accounting Principles II ACC 131-C11 Income Tax ACC 211-C11 Intermediate Accounting I ACC 212-C11 Intermediate Accounting II ACC 216-C11 Govt & Not-for-profit Acct ACC 226-C11 Cost Accounting

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COURSE

TITLE

32608 32609 32610 32611 32612 32613 32614 33401 32615 32616 32617 32618 32619 32620 32621 33424 32622 32623 32624 32625 32626 32627 32628 32629 32630 32631 32632 32633 32634 32635 32636 32637 32638 34143 32875 33425 32639 33426 34213 34109 34110 32640 32641 32642 32643 32644 32645 32646 32647 32648 32649 32650 34132 32651 32652 32653 32654 32655 32656 32657 34144 32658 32659 32660 32661 32662 32663 32664 32665 32666 32667

ANT 101-C11 Cultural Anthropology: SS3 ANT 111-C11 Physical Anthropology: SS3 ART 110-C11 Art Appreciation: AH1 ART 111-C11 Art Hist Ancient to MedievAH1 ART 112-C11 Art Hist.Renaiss to Modern: AH1 AST 101-C11 Astronomy I: SC1 AST 102-C11 Astronomy II: SC1 BIO 090-C11 Basic Biology Concepts BIO 105-C11 Science of Biology: SC1 BIO 106-C11 Basic Anatomy & Physiology BIO 111-C11 Gen College Biology I/Lab: SC1 BIO 112-C11 Gen College Biology II/Lab: SC1 BIO 201-C11 Human Anatomy & Physiology I: SC1 BIO 202-C11 Human Anatomy & PhysiologyII: SC1 BIO 204-C11 Microbiology: SC1 BIO 216-C11 Pathophysiology BIO 221-C11 Botany: SC1 BUS 115-C11 Introduction to Business BUS 216-C11 Legal Environment of Business BUS 217-C11 Bus Communication/Rept Write BUS 226-C11 Business Statistics CHE 101-C11 Intro to Chemistry I: SC1 CHE 102-C11 Intro to Chemistry II: SC1 CHE 111-C11 Gen College Chemistry I: SC1 CHE 112-C11 Gen College Chemistry II: SC1 CIS 115-C11 Intro to Computer Info Sys CIS 118-C11 Intro PC Applications CIS 145-C11 Complete PC Database CIS 155-C11 PC Spreadsheet Concepts CIS 240-C11 Database Design & Development CIS 267-C11 Mgmt of Information Systems CIS 268-C11 Systems Analysis & Design I CNG 101-C11 Intro to Networking CNG 104-C11 Intro to TCP/IP CNG 211-C11 Windows Configuration: (OS) CNG 213-C11 MS Windows Netwrk Infrastruct CNG 214-C11 MS Server Application Config CNG 216-C11 Plan MS Windows Svr Active Dir CNG 245-C11 Networking for Soho COM 115-C11 Public Speaking COM 125-C11 Interpersonal Communication CRJ 110-C11 Intro to Criminal Justice CRJ 111-C11 Substantive Criminal Law CRJ 112-C11 Procedural Criminal Law CRJ 125-C11 Law Enforcement Operations CRJ 135-C11 Judicial Function CRJ 145-C11 Correctional Process CRJ 210-C11 Constitutional Law CRJ 220-C11 Human Rel/Social Conflict CRJ 230-C11 Criminology CSC 116-C11 Logic & Program Design CSC 150-C11 Visual Basic Programming CSC 154-C11 Intro to MS Visual Basic CSC 160-C11 Computer Science I: (Language) CSC 161-C11 Computer Sci II: (Language) CSC 230-C11 C Programming: Platform CWB 110-C11 Cmplt Web Author: (Language) ECE 101-C11 Intro to Early Childhood Educ ECE 102-C11 Intro to Early Childhood Lab ECE 111-C11 Infant/Toddler Theory/Practice ECE 112-C11 Infant/Toddler Lab Tech ECE 125-C11 Science/Math & the Young Child ECE 127-C11 Music/Movement for Children ECE 205-C11 Nutrition, Health & Safety ECE 220-C11 Curriculum Development ECE 225-C11 Language & Cognition ECE 238-C11 Child Growth & Development ECE 240-C11 Admin of ECE Programs ECE 241-C11 Admin: Human Relations for ECE ECE 260-C11 Exceptional Child ECO 201-C11 Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1

CR 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 4 4 4 4 5 3 3 3 3 5 5 5 5 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 3 3 3 4 3 3 3 3

CRN

COURSE

TITLE

32668 ECO 202-C11 Prin of Microeconomics: SS1 34133 EDU 221-C11 Introduction to Education 32669 ENG 090-C11 Basic Composition 32670 ENG 121-C11 English Composition I: CO1 32671 ENG 122-C11 English Composition II: CO2 32672 ENG 131-C11 Technical Writing I 32673 ENG 221-C11 Creative Writing I 34080 ENG 222-C11 Creative Writing II 32809 ENV 101-C11 Environmental Science: SC1 32674 FRE 111-C11 French Language I 34145 FRE 112-C11 French Language II 33253 FRE 212-C11 French Language IV: AH4 32675 GEO 105-C11 World Regional Geography: SS2 32676 GER 111-C11 German Language I 33405 GER 112-C11 German Language II 32677 GEY 111-C11 Physical Geology: SC1 32678 GEY 121-C11 Historical Geology: SC1 34142 GEY 140-C11 Intro to Global Position.Syst. 32679 HIS 101-C11 Western Civ:Antiquity-1650 HI1 32680 HIS 102-C11 Western Civ: 1650-Present HI1 32681 HIS 201-C11 US History to Reconst: HI1 32682 HIS 202-C11 US History since Civil War:HI1 32683 HIS 225-C11 Colorado History 32684 HPR 178-C11 Medical Terminology 32685 HUM 121-C11 Humanities: Early Civ: AH2 32686 HUM 122-C11 Humanities: Medieval–Mod: AH2 32687 HUM 123-C11 Humanities: Modern World: AH2 32688 HWE 100-C11 Human Nutrition 32689 LIT 115-C11 Intro to Literature I: AH2 32690 LIT 201-C11 Masterpieces of Lit I: AH2 33432 LIT 202-C11 Masterpieces of Lit II : AH2 32691 LIT 211-C11 Survey of American Lit I: AH2 32692 LIT 221-C11 Survey of British Lit I: AH2 34146 LIT 222-C11 Survey of British Lit II: AH2 32693 LIT 255-C11 Children’s Literature 32694 MAN 216-C11 Small Business Management 32695 MAN 226-C11 Principles of Management 33434 MAR 111-C11 Principles of Sales 32874 MAR 216-C11 Principles of Marketing 32810 MAT 030-C11 Fundamentals of Mathematics 32811 MAT 060-C11 Pre-Algebra 32696 MAT 090-C11 Introductory Algebra 34194 MAT 099-C11 Intermediate Algebra 32697 MAT 107-C11 Career Math 32698 MAT 120-C11 Math for Liberal Arts: MA1 32699 MAT 121-C11 College Algebra: MA1 32700 MAT 122-C11 College Trigonometry: MA1 32701 MAT 123-C11 Finite Mathematics: MA1 32702 MAT 125-C11 Survey of Calculus: MA1 32703 MAT 135-C11 Intro to Statistics: MA1 33404 MAT 155-C11 Integrated Math I: MA1 33403 MAT 156-C11 Integrated Math II: MA1 33435 MAT 166-C11 Pre-Calculus: MA1 32704 MAT 201-C11 Calculus I: MA1 32705 MAT 202-C11 Calculus II: MA1 32706 MAT 203-C11 Calculus III: MA1 34135 MAT 255-C11 Linear Algebra: MA1 32707 MUS 120-C11 Music Appreciation: AH1 33437 MUS 121-C11 Music History I: AH1 32708 PHI 111-C11 Intro to Philosophy: AH3 32709 PHI 112-C11 Ethics: AH3 32710 PHI 113-C11 Logic: AH3 32711 PHI 115-C11 World Religions–West 32712 PHI 116-C11 World Religions–East 34147 PHI 205-C11 Business Ethics 33393 PHI 214-C11 Philosophy of Religion: AH3 32713 PHY 105-C11 Conceptual Physics: SC1 32714 PHY 111-C11 Physics Alg-Based I/Lab: SC1 32715 PHY 112-C11 Physics Alg-Based II/Lab: SC1 32716 PHY 211-C11 Physics Calc-Based I/Lab: SC1 32717 PHY 212-C11 Physics Calc-Based II/Lab: SC1

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COURSE

TITLE

32718 32719 32720 33439 32721 32722 33394 32723 33440 32814 32724 33400 34148 32725 32726 33395 32727 32728 32729 32730

POS 105-C11 Intro to Political Science:SS1 POS 111-C11 American Government: SS1 POS 125-C11 American State/Local Govrnment POS 205-C11 International Relations: SS1 PSY 101-C11 General Psychology I: SS3 PSY 102-C11 General Psychology II: SS3 PSY 226-C11 Social Psychology: SS3 PSY 235-C11 Human Growth & Developmnt: SS3 PSY 237-C11 Child & Adolescent Psychology PSY 238-C11 Child Development: SS3 PSY 249-C11 Abnormal Psychology: SS3 REA 090-C11 College Preparatory Reading RUS 111-C11 Russian Language I SOC 101-C11 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 SOC 102-C11 Intro to Sociology II: SS3 SOC 231-C11 Sociology-Deviant Behavior: SS3 SPA 111-C11 Spanish Language I SPA 112-C11 Spanish Language II SPA 211-C11 Spanish Language III: AH4 SPA 212-C11 Spanish Language IV: AH4

CR 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 5 3 3 3 5 5 3 3

SESSION II 34150 32731 32732 32733 32734 32735 32736 32737 34151 32738 32850 34152 32739 32740 32741 32742 32743 32744 32745 32746 32747 32748 32816 32749 32750 32751 34131 32752 32753 32754 32755 32756 32757 34196 32758 32815 33427 33428 32759 32760 32761

ACC 101-C21 Fundamentals of Accounting ACC 121-C21 Accounting Principles I ACC 122-C21 Accounting Principles II ACC 215-C21 Acct Info Systems & eBusiness ANT 101-C21 Cultural Anthropology: SS3 ANT 111-C21 Physical Anthropology: SS3 ART 110-C21 Art Appreciation: AH1 ART 111-C21 Art Hist. Ancient to MedievAH1 ART 112-C21 Art Hist. Renaiss to Modern: AH1 AST 101-C21 Astronomy I: SC1 AST 102-C21 Astronomy II: SC1 BIO 090-C21 Basic Biology Concepts BIO 105-C21 Science of Biology: SC1 BIO 111-C21 Gen College Biology I/Lab: SC1 BIO 204-C21 Microbiology: SC1 BUS 115-C21 Introduction to Business BUS 120-C21 Introduction to E-Commerce BUS 216-C21 Legal Environment of Business BUS 217-C21 Bus Communication/Rept Write BUS 226-C21 Business Statistics CHE 101-C21 Intro to Chemistry I: SC1 CHE 111-C21 Gen College Chemistry I: SC1 CHE 112-C21 Gen College Chemistry II: SC1 CIS 115-C21 Intro to Computer Info Sys CIS 118-C21 Intro PC Applications CNG 102-C21 Local Area Networks COM 125-C21 Interpersonal Communication CSC 240-C21 Java Programming CWB 110-C21 Cmplt Web Author: (Language) CWB 130-C21 Web Editing Tools: (Editor) ECE 101-C21 Intro to Early Childhood Educ ECE 103-C21 Guidance Strategies–Children ECE 126-C21 Art and the Young Child ECE 191-C21 School Age Theory & Practice ECE 205-C21 Nutrition, Health & Safety ECE 220-C21 Curriculum Development ECE 226-C21 Creativity & the Young Child ECE 238-C21 Child Growth & Development ECO 201-C21 Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1 ECO 202-C21 Prin of Microeconomics: SS1 ENG 090-C21 Basic Composition

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COURSE

TITLE

32762 ENG 121-C21 English Composition I: CO1 32763 ENG 122-C21 English Composition II: CO2 32764 ENG 131-C21 Technical Writing I 32765 ENG 221-C21 Creative Writing I 33429 FIN 106-C21 Consumer Economics 32766 FRE 111-C21 French Language I 32767 GEO 105-C21 World Regional Geography: SS2 33406 GER 111-C21 German Language I 32768 GEY 111-C21 Physical Geology: SC1 32769 HIS 101-C21 Western Civ: Antiquity-1650 HI1 32770 HIS 102-C21 Western Civ: 1650-Present HI1 32771 HIS 201-C21 US History to Reconst: HI1 32772 HIS 202-C21 US History since Civil War: HI1 33430 HIS 225-C21 Colorado History 32773 HPR 178-C21 Medical Terminology 32774 HUM 121-C21 Humanities: Early Civ: AH2 32775 HUM 122-C21 Humanities: Medieval–Mod: AH2 33431 HUM 123-C21 Humanities: Modern World: AH2 32776 HWE 100-C21 Human Nutrition 32777 LIT 115-C21 Intro to Literature I: AH2 32778 LIT 201-C21 Masterpieces of Lit I: AH2 32863 LIT 202-C21 Masterpieces of Lit II: AH2 32779 LIT 255-C21 Children’s Literature 33433 MAN 200-C21 Human Resource Management I 32780 MAN 216-C21 Small Business Management 32781 MAN 226-C21 Principles of Management 32782 MAR 216-C21 Principles of Marketing 32812 MAT 030-C21 Fundamentals of Mathematics 32813 MAT 060-C21 Pre-Algebra 34076 MAT 060-C99 Pre-Algebra 32783 MAT 090-C21 Introductory Algebra 34198 MAT 099-C21 Intermediate Algebra 32784 MAT 112-C21 Financial Mathematics 32785 MAT 121-C21 College Algebra: MA1 32786 MAT 135-C21 Intro to Statistics: MA1 34281 MGD 102-C21 Introduction To Multimedia 34282 MGD 112-C21 Adobe Illustrator I 34283 MGD 141-C21 Web Design I 33436 MUS 100-C21 Fundamentals of Music 32787 MUS 120-C21 Music Appreciation: AH1 33438 MUS 122-C21 Music History II: AH1 32788 NUR 101-C21 Pharmacology Calculations 32789 PHI 111-C21 Intro to Philosophy: AH3 32790 PHI 112-C21 Ethics: AH3 34197 PHI 113-C21 Logic: AH3 34153 PHY 105-C21 Conceptual Physics: SC1 34154 PHY 111-C21 Physics Alg-Based I/Lab: SC1 35249 PHY 112-C21 Physics Alg-Based II/Lab: SC1 32791 POS 105-C21 Intro to Political Science: SS1 32792 POS 111-C21 American Government: SS1 32793 PSY 101-C21 General Psychology I: SS3 32794 PSY 102-C21 General Psychology II: SS3 33396 PSY 226-C21 Social Psychology: SS3 32795 PSY 235-C21 Human Growth & Developmnt: SS3 33441 PSY 237-C21 Child & Adolescent Psychology 32796 PSY 238-C21 Child Development: SS3 32797 PSY 249-C21 Abnormal Psychology: SS3 33402 REA 090-C21 College Preparatory Reading 32798 SOC 101-C21 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 32799 SOC 102-C21 Intro to Sociology II: SS3 33397 SOC 231-C21 Sociology-Deviant Behavior: SS3 32800 SPA 111-C21 Spanish Language I 32801 SPA 112-C21 Spanish Language II 33442 SPA 211-C21 Spanish Language III: AH4

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Weekend College. It fits right into your busy schedule. Weekend College is for anybody who wants to get ahead. So whether you’re a student fresh out of high-school and looking to expand your career opportunities, or an ordinary working stiff who doesn’t have time to pursue traditional night classes, this is the program that can put you on the road to success. Sign up for Weekend College and you can even earn credits through classes online! How’s that for easy? Want even more flexibility? Take a hybrid class, part classroom/part internet at home, and get the best of both worlds!

Transferability. Giving credit where credit is due. If you’re planning on getting a bachelor’s degree, you can’t go wrong by starting with PPCC’s Weekend College classes. Fact is, Weekend College offers the same benefits as our 60+60 program. Which means we can absolutely, positively, guarantee that the hours you’ve earned with us will be automatically accepted by any four-year, public institution of higher learning in the state.* 60+60 means sixty credits with us, and sixty with the state college or university of your choice. All you’ve got to do is successfully complete five semesters of Weekend College, and you’ll earn your Associate of Arts degree along with half the credits necessary to earn your traditional four-year degree. *See current PPCC Catalog and consult your faculty advisor for specific program requirements.

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Meet us Downtown. Weekend College is available exclusively at the Downtown Studio Campus.

The difference between an ordinary education and a great education is only a matter of degrees. Associate of Arts Degree (AA) Refer to the online college catalog at www.ppcc.edu for the AA degree requirements and for specialized AA degree tracks.

Right on Money. Right on Schedule. Place: The Downtown Studio Campus Time: Friday Evenings, and Saturdays Degree: Associate of Arts Credits: 60 Fully-transferable, Guaranteed Length: 5 semesters Tuition: Financial Aid Available

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SPRING  2010 CRN

COURSE TITLE DAYS TIMES

BLDG/RM

TERM

CR INSTRUCTOR

ACCOUNTING 31191

4 Destefano

32510 31379

ANT 101-051 Cultural Anthropology: SS3 S 0900AM-1145AM PDO-S207 WKC

3 STAFF

31380 31481

ART 33219 31323 31324 33048 31423 33049 31638 31645 31652 32497 32496

ART 110-05B Art Appreciation: AH1 F 0830AM-1115AM PDO-S230 WKC ART 110-06B Art Appreciation: AH1 F 0530PM-0815PM PDO-S124 WKC ART 111-051 Art Hist Ancient to Medieval: AH1 S 1200PM-0245PM PDO-S230 WKC ART 121-05C Drawing I F 1230PM-0450PM PDO-N104 WKC ART 121-051 Drawing I S 0900AM-0120PM PDO-S112 WKC ART 122-05C Drawing II F 1230PM-0450PM PDO-N104 WKC ART 122-051 Drawing II S 0900AM-0120PM PDO-S112 WKC ART 123-051 Watercolor I S 0900AM-0120PM PDO-N104 WKC ART 124-051 Watercolor II S 0900AM-0120PM PDO-N104 WKC ART 138-051 Film Photography I S 0900AM-1145AM PDO-S203 WKC ART 138-052 Film Photography I S 0100PM-0345PM PDO-S203 WKC

GEOGRAPHY

BIO 105-06A Science of Biology: SC1 F 0600PM-0750PM PDO-N200 WKC S 0900aM-1150aM PDO-N200

4 STAFF

LITERATURE

BUSINESS 32937

3 STAFF

BUS 226-051 Business Statistics S 0900AM-1145AM PDO-S217

WKC

3 STAFF

COMMUNICATION 33622 34021

COM 115-06B Public Speaking F 0530PM-0815PM PDO-S230 COM 115-051 Public Speaking S 0900AM-1145AM PDO-N212 CSC 105-051 Computer Literacy S 0900AM-1140AM PDO-S103

31988 31990

DAN 131-051 Ballet I S 1000AM-1150AM DAN 132-051 Ballet II S 1000AM-1150AM DAN 133-051 Ballet III S 1000AM-1150AM

34010

3 STAFF 3 MADSON

HWE 100-051 Human Nutrition S 0900AM-1150AM PDO-N204

WKC

3 STAFF

HISTORY 32021 32026

HIS 101-051 Western Civilization: Antiquity-1650 HI1 3 S 1200PM-0245PM PDO-N201 WKC STAFF HIS 101-3H1 Western Civilization: Antiquity-1650 HI1 3 F 0530PM-0715PM PDO-S213 WKC STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

32024

HIS 201-3H1 US History to Reconstion: HI1 S 1030AM-1145AM PDO-S124 WKC

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

HUMANITIES 32056 34477

32075

31821 31850 32116

HUM 121-051 Humanities: Early Civilization: AH2 S 1200PM-0245PM PDO-S124 WKC HUM 131-051 The Arts & Cultures of Mexico S 1200PM-0245PM PDO-N212 WKC LIT 115-051 Intro to Literature I: AH2 S 1200PM-0245PM PDO-S232 WKC

3 Jones 3 Myers 3 Mason

MAT 030-051 Fundamentals of Mathematics S 0100PM-0250PM PDO-N102 WKC MAT 060-051 Pre-Algebra S 0900AM-1145AM PDO-N102 WKC MAT 090-3H1 Introductory Algebra S 0900AM-1120AM PDO-N206 WKC

2 STAFF 3 STAFF 4 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction. MYMATHLAB is required.

3 STAFF

32147

WKC

33095

33914

MAT 099-3H1 Intermediate Algebra S 1200PM-0150PM PDO-N206

WKC

4 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction. MYMATHLAB is required.

MAT 120-3H1 Math for Liberal Arts: MA1 S 1000AM-1150AM PDO-S209 WKC

4 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

PDO-S105

WKC

PDO-S105

WKC

PDO-N101

WKC

1 Baker 1 Baker 1 Ford

ECO 202-051 Prin of Microeconomics: SS1 S 1200PM-0245PM PDO-S213 WKC

3 Kirk

ECONOMICS 31455

3 White 3 Dennis 3 Johnson 3 Johnson

HEALTH & WELLNESS

WKC

WKC

DANCE 31986

CR INSTRUCTOR

35036 GEO 105-06A World Regional Geography: SS2 F 0530PM-0810PM PDO-N203 WKC 32312 GEO 105-051 World Regional Geography: SS2 S 0900AM-1145AM PDO-N203 WKC

3 STAFF 3 STAFF

COMPUTER SCIENCE 32591

TERM

MATH

BUS 115-3H1 Introduction to Business S 1200PM-0115PM PDO-S207 WKC

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

32943

BLDG/RM

ENG 090-051 Basic Composition S 0900AM-1145AM PDO-S230 WKC ENG 121-051 English Composition I: CO1 S 0900AM-1145AM PDO- WKC ENG 121-052 English Composition I: CO1 S 1200PM-0245PM PDO-S201 WKC ENG 122-051 English Composition II: CO2 S 0900AM-1145AM PDO-S201 WKC

3 Myers 3 Williams 3 Butts 3 Curell 3 Williams 3 Curell 3 Williams 3 Owen 3 Owen 3 Doenges 3 Doenges

BIOLOGY 34000

COURSE TITLE DAYS TIMES

ENGLISH

ACC 122-051 Accounting Principles II S 0800AM-1140AM PDO-S215 WKC

ANTHROPOLOGY 31201

CRN

MAT 121-3H1 College Algebra: MA1 F 0530PM-0750PM PDO-N102

WKC

4 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction. MYMATHLAB is required.


40 CRN

www.ppcc.edu COURSE TITLE DAYS TIMES

BLDG/RM

TERM

MUSIC 32222 35084 35084 35085

MUS 120-051 Music Appreciation: AH1 S 1200PM-0245PM PDO-N214 WKC MUS 133-051 Music Class III: Keyboard S 0900AM-0925AM PDO-N214 WKC MUS 133-051 Music Class III: Keyboard S 0935AM-1145AM PDO-N214 WKC MUS 134-051 Music Class IV: Keyboard S 0900AM-1145AM PDO-N214 WKC

3 Eckhoff 2 Mynett 2 Mynett 2 Mynett

PARALEGAL 34184

PAR 114-3H1 Computers & the Law S 0930AM-1045AM PDO-S205

WKC

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

33842

PAR 115-3H2 Introduction to Law S 0800AM-0915AM PDO-S205

WKC

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

33844

PAR 116-3H1 Torts S 0130PM-0245PM

PDO-S205

WKC

PAR 125-3H1 Property Law S 0300PM-0415PM PDO-S205

WKC

Late start classes are available for students who need to pick up a class or two or students who could not meet the full term registration deadlines. Late start classes begin five weeks into the traditional semester and last ten weeks. CRN

3 STAFF

32264 32265

PHI 111-06A Intro to Philosophy: AH3 F 0530PM-0815PM PDO-N206 WKC PHI 112-051 Ethics: AH3 S 1200PM-0245PM PDO-S215 WKC

3 Holtz 3 Holtz

POLITICAL SCIENCE 31579

3 Riley

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

31639

35054

34804

SOC 101-051 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 S 0900AM-1145AM PDO-N201 WKC SOC 102-052 Intro to Sociology II: SS3 S 0100PM-0345PM PDO-S217 WKC SPA 111-3H1 Spanish Language I S 0900AM-1120AM PDO-S232

ACC 121-4N1 Accounting Principles I LAT

4 Howard

BIOLOGY

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 34003

BIO 111-152 General College Biology I/Lab: SC1 MW 0630PM-0920PM PA-167 LAT R 0630PM-0920PM PA-162

5 STAFF

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 33693

BIO 111-127 General College Biology I/Lab: SC1 TR 1200PM-0250PM PRR-W214 LAT TR 0300PM-0420PM PRR-W214

5 STAFF

BUSINESS

DISTANCE EDUCATION 35289

BUS 115-4N1 Introduction to Business LAT

3 STAFF

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS 33083

CIS 118-132 Intro PC Applications TR 1130AM-0120PM PRR-E212

LAT

3 STAFF

LAT

3 STAFF

COMPUTER SCIENCE

3 Winaski 3 Gold

33086

3 Farraher 3 McLay

34713

SPANISH 33174

CR INSTRUCTOR

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

PSY 101-051 General Psychology I: SS3 F 0530PM-0815PM PDO-S215 WKC PSY 102-051 General Psychology II: SS3 S 1200PM-0245PM PDO-S209 WKC

SOCIOLOGY 34688

TERM

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

POS 111-3H1 American Government: SS1 F 0530PM-0645PM PDO-S207 WKC

PSYCHOLOGY 31634

BLDG/RM

DISTANCE EDUCATION

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

PHILOSOPHY

COURSE TITLE DAYS TIMES

ACCOUNTING

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

33847

Late Start Classes

CR INSTRUCTOR

CSC 105-111 Computer Literacy TR 0830AM-1020AM PA-219

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 33088

CSC 105-176 Computer Literacy TR 0530PM-0720PM PRR-E212 LAT CSC 120-2H1 Problem Solving Visual Basic W 1000AM-1215PM PRR-E210 LAT

3 STAFF 3 OHLE

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

DANCE

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS WKC

5 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

35027

DAN 129-05A Introduction to Dance TR 0300PM-0430PM PDO-N101 LAT

1 Conoley

EDUCATION

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 31213

EDU 263-1H1 Teaching & Learning Online F 0900AM-1145AM PA-254 LAT

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction


SPRING  2010 CRN

COURSE TITLE DAYS TIMES

BLDG/RM

TERM

CR INSTRUCTOR

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

33165

33910

ENG 121-154 English Composition I: CO1 MW 0700PM-0915PM PB-203A LAT ENG 122-153 English Composition II: CO2 TR 0700PM-0915PM PA-254 LAT

3 STAFF 3 STAFF

33195 33164 33166

ENG 090-176 Basic Composition MW 0530PM-0725PM PRR-T107 LAT ENG 121-175 English Composition I: CO1 M 0530PM-0725PM PRR-E204 LAT ENG 121-178 English Composition I: CO1 TR 0700PM-0915PM PRR-E115 LAT ENG 122-178 English Composition II: CO2 MW 0700PM-0915PM PRR-E115 LAT

3 STAFF 3 Ralphe 3 STAFF 3 STAFF

DISTANCE EDUCATION 35112 35116

ENG 121-4N1 English Composition I: CO1 LAT ENG 122-4N1 English Composition II: CO2 LAT

3 Miller 3 STAFF

HISTORY

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 35017

HIS 101-06A Western Civilization: Antiquity-1650: HI1 3 MW 0700PM-0855PM PDO-S124 LAT STAFF

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 33196

HIS 201-175 US History to Reconstruction: HI1 TR 0745PM-0940PM PRR-E110 LAT

3 STAFF

34589

HIS 101-4N1 Western Civilization: Antiquity-1650: HI1 3 LAT STAFF HIS 201-4N1 US History to Reconstruction: HI1 3 LAT STAFF

JOURNALISM

33000

JOU 280-031 Internship

LAT

3 Purvis

3 STAFF

MATH

MAT 060-113 Pre-Algebra MTWR 0300PM-0350PM PB-302 LAT MAT 090-109 Introductory Algebra TR 0800AM-1050AM PA-319 LAT

3 STAFF 4 STAFF

MAT 090.109 and MAT 060.311 are linked courses and may be registered for concurrently

33983 33899

MAT 090-153 Introductory Algebra TR 0600PM-0850PM PB-309 LAT MAT 099-106 Intermediate Algebra TR 0100PM-0350PM PA-167A LAT

4 STAFF 4 Novack

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 34927

MAT 120-06A Math for Liberal Arts: MA1 MW 0600PM-0850PM PDO-N206 LAT

4 STAFF

MUS 120-104 Music Appreciation: AH1 TR 0900AM-1110AM PA-172 LAT

3 Wilson

MUS 120-4N1 Music Appreciation: AH1 LAT

3 Malone

PHILOSOPHY

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 33220

PHI 111-104 Intro to Philosophy: AH3 TR 1000AM-1210PM PA-216C LAT

3 Trussell

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 33005

PHI 111-128 Intro to Philosophy: AH3 TR 0100PM-0310PM PRR- LAT

3 Schroetlin

PSYCHOLOGY

DISTANCE EDUCATION 34693 35246 34697

PSY 101-4N1 General Psychology I: SS3 3 LAT Raitz PSY 235-4N1 Human Growth & Development: SS3 3 LAT Falkoski PSY 249-4N1 Abnormal Psychology: SS3 3 LAT Espinoza

SOCIOLOGY

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

34689

SOC 101-105 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 TR 0100PM-0250PM PA-259 LAT SOC 101-152 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 TR 0530PM-0725PM PA-217 LAT

3 Bjorkman 3 Matson

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

33202

33179 33180

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

35274

35089

33178

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

35127

LAT

SOC 101-127 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 MW 0100PM-0250PM PRR-E210 LAT SOC 101-176 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 TR 0530PM-0725PM PRR-T110 LAT

3 Carroll 3 Farraher

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

LITERATURE

LIT 115-152 Intro to Literature I: AH2 TR 0700PM-0915PM PA-354 LAT

MAT 099-176 Intermediate Algebra TR 0700PM-0950PM PRR-W117

WELDING

For information contact marggie.hanratty@ppcc.edu

32925

CR INSTRUCTOR

DISTANCE EDUCATION

34690

MISCELLANEOUS CAMPUS 34052

TERM

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

33655

DISTANCE EDUCATION 34585

BLDG/RM

MUSIC

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 33194

COURSE TITLE DAYS TIMES

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

ENGLISH 33163

CRN

41

4 STAFF

33181 33182 33183

WEL 106-104 Blueprint Read-Welders/Fitters 4 T 1140AM-0410PM PB-201 LAT Mannering WEL 113-104 Oxyfuel & Plasma Cutting 2 T 1140AM-0410PM PB-201 LAT Mannering WEL 114-104 Oxyacetylene Welding 2 T 1140AM-0410PM PB-201 LAT Mannering WEL 115-104 Autobody Welding & Cutting 4 T 1140AM-0410PM PB-201 LAT Mannering WEL 125-104 Intro-Gas Metal Arc Welding 4 T 1140AM-0410PM PB-201 LAT Mannering WEL 225-104 Advanced Gas Metal Arc Welding 4 T 1140AM-0410PM PB-201 LAT Mannering


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THE LORRAINE CENTER The Lorraine Center 301 E. Iowa Fountain, CO

CRN

COURSE TITLE DAYS TIMES

31220

ENG 060-1L1 Writing Fundamentals 3 MW 1000AM-1115AM PA-323 F15 Gaiters-Jordan

BLDG/RM

TERM

CR INSTRUCTOR

ENG 060.1L1 is a team-taught English/Reading learning community. Students must register for the co-requisite, REA 060.1L1.

Did you know the Lorraine Center in Fountain hosts PPCC courses? Following the regular PPCC schedule, the Lorraine Center offerings are the same PPCC courses–the same content, the same college credit, and the same quality instructors–at a location that may be closer to you. Although open to all students, students living in the Fountain-Fort Carson area may be eligible for tuition assistance. For more information, contact 719-502-2326.

31596

REA 060-1L1 Foundations of Reading MW 1130AM-1245PM PA-323 F15

3 Fish

REA 060.1L1 is a team-taught Reading/English learning community. Students must register for the co-requisite, ENG 060.1L1.

34570

ENG 090-1L1 Basic Composition TR 1200PM-0115PM PB-309

3 STAFF

F15

ENG 090.1L1 is a team-taught English/Math learning community. Students must register for the co-requisite, MAT 090.1L1.

31894

MAT 090-1L1 Introductory Algebra TR 1000AM-1150AM PB-309 F15

4 Frydrych

MAT 090.1L1 is a team taught Math/English learning community. Students must register for the co-requisite, ENG 090.1L1.

Learning Communities

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

These learning communities are pairs of team-taught classes of two different subjects, offered back-to-back, so that you can take two subjects integrated and taught together by two instructors. You get the same credits and two grades that you would earn for taking the courses separately, but as one student wrote, “it’s like getting two teachers and two perspectives for each subject, and all in a way that makes them feel like the subjects were made to go together.” Interdisciplinary learning is not only fun, but encourages higher levels of critical thinking. Two integrated classes with the same instructors and students become a community: “Taking these classes together made me feel like a member of the college. I have a greater sense of belonging because of the bonds created.” Remember when you sign up for a learning community, you will need to make sure you sign up for the correct two sections of the two different courses. For assistance with registration, go to Enrollment Services at any campus or call 502-HELP (4357). CRN

COURSE TITLE DAYS TIMES

TERM

CR INSTRUCTOR

ANT 101-1L1 Cultural Anthropology: SS3 TR 1000AM-1115AM PA-359 F15

3 STAFF

BLDG/RM

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 31199

ANT 101.1L1 is a team-taught Anthropology/Literature learning community. Students must register for the corequisite, LIT 205.1L1

34058

LIT 205-1L1 Ethnic Literature: AH2 TR 1130AM-1245PM PA-354 F15

3 Henrichs

LIT 205.1L1 is a team-taught Literature/Anthropology learning community. Students must register for the co-requisite, ANT 101.1L1.

35159

COM 115-1L1 Public Speaking F 0900AM-1145AM PA-261

MS4

3 Collins

COM 115.1L1 is a team-taught Communication/History learning community. Students must register for the co-requisite, HIS 202.1L1.

34673

HIS 202-1L1 US History since Civil War: HI1 3 F 0100PM-0345PM PA-261 MS4 Sturdevant

HIS 202.1L1 is a team-taught History/Communication learning community. Students must register for the co-requisite, COM 115.1L1.

33648

COM 216-2L1 Prncpal of Speech Communication II 3 MW 1000AM-1115AM PRR-W116 F15 Collins

COM 216.2L1 is a team-taught Communication/History learning community. Students must register for the co-requisite, HIS 202.2L1.

32036

HIS 202-2L1 US History since Civil War: HI1 3 MW 1130AM-1245PM PRR-W116 F15 Sturdevant

HIS 202.2L1 is a team-taught History/Communication learning community. Students must register for the co-requisite, COM 216.2L1.

33649

COM 216-2L2 Prncpal of Speech Communication II 3 MW 0230PM-0345PM PRR-W116 F15 Collins

COM 216.2L2 is a team-taught Communication/History learning community. Students must register for the co-requisite, HIS 202.2L2.

32043

HIS 202-2L2 US History since Civil War: HI1 3 MW 0100PM-0215PM PRR-W116 F15 Sturdevant

HIS 202.2L2 is a team-taught History/Communication learning community. Students must register for the co-requisite, COM 216.2L2.

31409

ENG 121-2L1 English Composition I: CO1 MW 1130AM-1245PM PRR-W113 F15

3 Aggen

ENG 121.2L1 is a team-taught English/Psychology learning community. Students must register for the co-requisite, PSY 101.2L1.

35102

PSY 101-2L1 General Psychology I: SS3 MW 1130AM-1245PM PRR-W113 F15

3 Hull

PSY 101.2L1 is a team-taught Psychology/English learning community. Students must register for the co-requisite, ENG 121.2L1. Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction.

Continuing education math second chance The Math Second Chance program is designed to fill in gaps which prevented students from passing MAT 030, MAT 060, MAT 090, or MAT 099. The criteria for enrolling in the next course are dependent on an appropriate score on the Accuplacer test. Computer literacy is not necessary for success. The classes are self-paced instruction on a computer with guidance from a tutor; classes meet in-between semesters for two hours a day, five days a week, for typically two weeks.


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Since this is a Continuing Ed course it is not eligible for financial aid. No grade will be recorded. The cost of the program is about $85 for the course and access to the computer software. Accuplacer will cost an additional $10. A signature is needed from the Second Chance Coordinator, Marilyn Frydrych. Please contact her at marilyn.frydrych@ppcc. edu. Please include your PPCC S-number in your email. There are two Second Chance opportunities: One in December and one in January. Those students in MAT 090 and MAT 099 should consider attending both classes.

CRN

COURSE TITLE DAYS TIMES

34620

MAT 099-A01 Intermediate Algebra MTWR 1000AM-1150AM PB-302 MAT 099-A02 Intermediate Algebra MTWR 1000AM-1150AM PB-302

34544

BLDG/RM

TERM F15 LAT

43

CR INSTRUCTOR 4 Lawton 4 Lawton

MAT 099.A02 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

34546 34621 34545

MAT 099-A03 Intermediate Algebra MTWR 1000AM-1150AM PB-302 MAT 099-A21 Intermediate Algebra MTWR 0700PM-0850PM PB-302 MAT 099-A22 Intermediate Algebra MTWR 0700PM-0850PM PB-302

TR3 F15 LAT

4 Lawton 4 STAFF 4 STAFF

MAT 099.A22 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

34547

ACCELERATED COLLEGE PREP MATH CLASSES Accelerated College Preparatory Math classes are designed for the motivated student who desires to complete college math prep classes in one semester. You are eligible for these accelerated classes if you successfully completed at least Algebra 2 in high school, have not taken math classes for a few years, and were placed into college prep math to refresh your skills prior to taking college level math courses. Attendance in class FOUR times a week is mandatory with additional work outside of the classroom. Call 502-3600 to schedule an acceptance interview. CRN

COURSE TITLE DAYS TIMES

BLDG/RM

TERM

CR INSTRUCTOR

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 34520 34522

MAT 060-A01 Pre-Algebra MTWR 1000AM-1150AM PB-302 MAT 060-A02 Pre-Algebra MTWR 1000AM-1150AM PB-302

F15 LAT

3 Lawton 3 Lawton

MAT 060.A02 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

34524 34521 34523

MAT 060-A03 Pre-Algebra MTWR 1000AM-1150AM PB-302 MAT 060-A21 Pre-Algebra MTWR 0700PM-0850PM PB-302 MAT 060-A22 Pre-Algebra MTWR 0700PM-0850PM PB-302

TR3 F15 LAT

3 Lawton 3 STAFF 3 STAFF

MAT 060.A21 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

34525 34532 34534

MAT 060-A23 Pre-Algebra MTWR 0700PM-0850PM PB-302 TR3 MAT 090-A01 Introductory Algebra MTWR 1000AM-1150AM PB-302 F15 MAT 090-A02 Introductory Algebra MTWR 1000AM-1150AM PB-302 LAT

3 STAFF 4 Lawton 4 Lawton

MAT 090.A02 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

34536 34533 34535

MAT 090-A03 Introductory Algebra MTWR 1000AM-1150AM PB-302 TR3 MAT 090-A21 Introductory Algebra MTWR 0700PM-0850PM PB-302 F15 MAT 090-A22 Introductory Algebra MTWR 0700PM-0850PM PB-302 LAT

4 Lawton 4 STAFF 4 STAFF

MAT 090.A22 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

34537

MAT 090-A23 Introductory Algebra MTWR 0700PM-0850PM PB-302 TR3

4 STAFF

MAT 099-A23 Intermediate Algebra MTWR 0700PM-0850PM PB-302

TR3

4 STAFF

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 34526 34528

MAT 060-A04 Pre-Algebra MTWR 1000AM-1150AM PRR-T101 MAT 060-A05 Pre-Algebra MTWR 1000AM-1150AM PRR-T101

F15 LAT

3 STAFF 3 STAFF

MAT 060.A04 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

34530 34527 34529

MAT 060-A06 Pre-Algebra MTWR 1000AM-1150AM PRR-T101 MAT 060-A24 Pre-Algebra MTWR 0700PM-0850PM PRR-T101 MAT 060-A25 Pre-Algebra MTWR 0700PM-0850PM PRR-T101

TR3 F15 LAT

3 STAFF 3 STAFF 3 STAFF

MAT 060.A23 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

34531 34538 34540

MAT 060-A26 Pre-Algebra MTWR 0700PM-0850PM PRR-T101 TR3 MAT 090-A04 Introductory Algebra MTWR 1000AM-1150AM PRR-T101 F15 MAT 090-A05 Introductory Algebra MTWR 1000AM-1150AM PRR-T101 LAT

3 STAFF 4 STAFF 4 STAFF

MAT 090.A04 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

34542 34539 34541

MAT 090-A06 Introductory Algebra MTWR 1000AM-1150AM PRR-T101 TR3 MAT 090-A24 Introductory Algebra MTWR 0700PM-0850PM PRR-T101 F15 MAT 090-A25 Introductory Algebra MTWR 0700PM-0850PM PRR-T101 LAT

4 STAFF 4 STAFF 4 STAFF

MAT 090.A23 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

34543 34622 34548

MAT 090-A26 Introductory Algebra MTWR 0700PM-0850PM PRR-T101 TR3 MAT 099-A04 Intermediate Algebra MTWR 1000AM-1150AM PRR-T101 F15 MAT 099-A05 Intermediate Algebra MTWR 1000AM-1150AM PRR-T101 LAT

4 STAFF 4 STAFF 4 STAFF

MAT 099.A02 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

34550 34623 34549

MAT 099-A06 Intermediate Algebra MTWR 1000AM-1150AM PRR-T101 MAT 099-A24 Intermediate Algebra MTWR 0700PM-0850PM PRR-T101 MAT 099-A25 Intermediate Algebra MTWR 0700PM-0850PM PRR-T101

TR3 F15 LAT

4 STAFF 4 STAFF 4 STAFF

MAT 099.A21 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

34551

MAT 099-A26 Intermediate Algebra MTWR 0700PM-0850PM PRR-T101

TR3

4 STAFF


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ALL CAMPUSES â&#x20AC;˘ SPRING 2010 COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

ACCOUNTING 31185 ACC 101-101 Fundamentals of Accounting TR 1000Am-1115AM PA-221 F15 F15

3 Wulf 3 Allen

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

31186 ACC 121-101 Accounting Principles I MW 1000Am-1150AM PA-221 F15

4 Allen

31187 ACC 121-102 Accounting Principles I TR 0100Pm-0250PM PA-221 F15

4 Allen

31188 ACC 121-151 Accounting Principles I 4 TR 0600Pm-0750PM PA-221 F15 Mora-Runyan 31189 ACC 122-101 Accounting Principles II MW 0100Pm-0250PM PA-221 F15

4 Allen

31190 ACC 122-151 Accounting Principles II 4 TR 0800Pm-0950PM PA-221 F15 Mora-Runyan

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 31191 ACC 122-051 Accounting Principles II S 0800Am-1140AM PDO-S215 WKC 34556 ACC 212-3H1 Intermediate Accounting II M 0600Pm-0750PM PDO-S207 F15

4 Destefano 4 Richards

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

32931 ACC 226-06A Cost Accounting T 0530Pm-0815PM PDO-S215

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

35235 ACC 115-3N1 Payroll Accounting

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

32551 ACC 115-1H1 Payroll Accounting W 0700Pm-0815PM PA-225

CRN

F15

3 Paine Jr

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR BI2

3 Allen

31195 ACC 121-1N1 Accounting Principles I F15

4 McElderry

35236 ACC 121-2N1 Accounting Principles I BI1

4 Allen

35237 ACC 121-3N1 Accounting Principles I BI2

4 Allen

34804 ACC 121-4N1 Accounting Principles I 4 LAT Howard ACC 121.4N1 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

31196 ACC 122-1N1 Accounting Principles II 4 F15 Howard 35238 ACC 122-2N1 Accounting Principles II BI1

4 Dieball

35239 ACC 122-3N1 Accounting Principles II BI2

4 Dieball

35240 ACC 125-2N1 Computerized Accounting BI1

3 Paine Jr

35241 ACC 125-3N1 Computerized Accounting BI2

3 Paine Jr

ADVANCING ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 31202 AAA 090-101 Academic Achievement Strategies 3 MW 1000Am-1115AM PB-309 F15 Purtscher 33808 AAA 090-102 Academic Achievement Strategies MW 0230Pm-0345PM PA-217 F15

3 Fish

32889 ACC 101-175 Fundamentals of Accounting TR 0530Pm-0645PM PRR-E108 F15

3 Wulf

34630 AAA 090-103 Academic Achievement Strategies TR 1000Am-1115AM PA-354 F15

3 STAFF

31192 ACC 121-125 Accounting Principles I TR 1000Am-1150AM PRR-E113 F15

4 Dieball

33160 AAA 090-151 Academic Achievement Strategies MW 0530Pm-0645PM PA-313 F15

3 STAFF

33835 ACC 121-126 Accounting Principles I TR 0400Pm-0550PM PRR-E113 F15

4 Dieball

33398 AAA 101-021 College 101: Student Experience S 0900Am-1040AM PA-217 MS4

1 STAFF

31193 ACC 121-175 Accounting Principles I MW 0800Pm-0950PM PRR-E108 F15

4 Destefano

31194 ACC 122-125 Accounting Principles II TR 0100Pm-0250PM PRR-E113 F15

4 Dieball

33810 AAA 101-211 College 101: Student Experience TR 0230Pm-0320PM PA-313 BI1

1 STAFF

34557 ACC 122-126 Accounting Principles II MW 0400Pm-0550PM PRR-E108 F15

4 Dieball

35106 AAA 101-231 College 101: Student Experience TR 0230Pm-0320PM PA-167B BI2

1 STAFF

32554 ACC 122-175 Accounting Principles II MW 0600Pm-0750PM PRR-E108 F15

4 Destefano

FALCON CAMPUS

AAA 101.021 students must be concurrently enrolled in ECE 101.101

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 35103 AAA 101-053 College 101: Student Experience TR 0100Pm-0150PM PDO-S203 BI1

1 STAFF 1 STAFF

33836 ACC 121-1F1 Accounting Principles I TR 0800Am-0950AM PFN-127 F15

4 STAFF

35105 AAA 101-055 College 101: Student Experience TR 0100Pm-0150PM PDO-S203 BI2

34558 ACC 121-1F6 Accounting Principles I MW 0600Pm-0750PM PFN-127 F15

4 STAFF

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

33838 ACC 122-1F1 Accounting Principles II TR 1000Am-1150AM PFN-127 F15

4 STAFF

34740 ACC 122-1F6 Accounting Principles II MW 0800Pm-0950PM PFN-127 F15

33161 AAA 090-125 Academic Achievement Strategies TR 0230Pm-0345PM PRR-T103 F15

3 STAFF

4 STAFF

35104 AAA 101-221 College 101: Student Experience TR 0230Pm-0320PM PRR-W112 BI1

1 STAFF

35107 AAA 101-241 College 101: Student Experience TR 0230Pm-0320PM PRR-W116 BI2

1 STAFF

3 Allen

34631 AAA 109-125 Advanced Academic Achievement MW 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-T107 F15

3 STAFF

MISCELLANEOUS CAMPUS 33840 ACC 287-031 Cooperative Education

F15

ACC 287.031 requires instructor permission to enroll. Contact Melissa Allen at 502-3187.

33809 AAA 090-1F1 Academic Achievement Strategies MW 1000Am-1115AM PFN-123 F15

DISTANCE EDUCATION 32846 ACC 101-1N1 Fundamentals of Accounting F15 35234 ACC 115-2N1 Payroll Accounting

FALCON CAMPUS

BI1

3 STAFF

3 Johnson 3 Allen

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

ADVENTURE GUIDE

ANIMAL SCIENCE

FALCON CAMPUS

FALCON CAMPUS

35208 ADG 102-1F1 Intro to Field Techniques: Canyoneering 2 S 1030Am-1215PM PFN-412 TR2 HERNANDEZ

33736 ASC 102-1F1 Introduction to Equine Science TR 1000Am-1050AM PFN-120 F15 S 1000Am-1145AM PFN-120

ADG 102.1F1 students are required to register for ADG 106.1F1. Class meets Feb 27, Mar 6, 13. Overnight field experience Mar 19-22.

35209 ADG 106-1F1 Desert Field Studies S 0830Am-1015AM PFN-412

2 TR2 HERNANDEZ

ADG 106.1F1 students are required to register for ADG 102.1F1. Class meets Feb 27, Mar 6, 13. Overnight field experience Mar 19-22.

33938 ADG 125-1F1 Leave No Trace Cert Course T 0300Pm-0550PM PFN-121 TR3

1 SHERWOOD

ADG 125.1F1 meets Apr 13, 20, 27, May 4. Weekend field experience May 1 & 2. Call 502-3318 for details.

35247 ADG 225-1F1 Risk Mgmt for the Outdoor Professional 1 MWF 0900Am-1050AM PFN- NSS WIGGENS ADG 225.1F1 will meet Feb 15, 17, 22, 24, 26, Mar 1, 3, 5, 8. Field sessions will be held on Mar 10 from 09:30-1:30 p.m. Call 6354741 for more details.

MISCELLANEOUS CAMPUS 34156 ADG 280-031 Adventure Guide Internship F15

5 STAFF

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE

Due to placement verification and limited seating, students who register and do not attend the first week of classes, may lose their place in the class. Reinstatement is at the discretion of the instructor and in consideration of section enrollment limits.

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 31203 ASL 121-151 American Sign Language I MW 0530Pm-0750PM PA-161 F15

5 STAFF

33537 ASL 121-152 American Sign Language I MW 0530Pm-0750PM PA-157 F15

5 STAFF

31204 ASL 122-101 American Sign Language II MW 0100Pm-0320PM PA-161 F15

5 Keller

34125 ASL 122-102 American Sign Language II MW 1000Am-1220PM PA-157 F15

5 Patterson

31205 ASL 122-151 American Sign Language II TR 0530Pm-0750PM PA-161 F15

5 Keller

31206 ASL 221-101 American Sign Language IV TR 0900Am-1015AM PA-157 F15

3 STAFF

34743 ASL 221-102 American Sign Language IV TR 1100Am-1215PM PA-157 F15

3 Patterson

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 34742 ASL 122-05A American Sign Language II MW 1000Am-1220PM PDO-S230 F15

5 Keller

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 34741 ASL 121-125 American Sign Language I TR 1000Am-1220PM PRR- F15

5 Trumbauer

34071 ASL 121-176 American Sign Language I TR 0530Pm-0750PM PRR-W114 F15

5 STAFF

4 GONZALES

Students must attend Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday lectures, followed by Saturday Labs

34935 ASC 245-1F1 Equine Evaluation F 0900Am-1145AM PFN-120

MS4

3 GONZALES

ASC 245.1F1 has mandatory field trips.

ANTHROPOLOGY CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 31197 ANT 101-101 Cultural Anthropology: SS3 MW 1130Am-1245PM PA-359 F15

3 STAFF

32932 ANT 101-104 Cultural Anthropology: SS3 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PA-359 F15

3 STAFF

34685 ANT 101-105 Cultural Anthropology: SS3 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PA-359 F15

3 STAFF

31200 ANT 101-151 Cultural Anthropology: SS3 W 0530Pm-0815PM PA-359 F15

3 STAFF

31199 ANT 101-1L1 Cultural Anthropology: SS3 TR 1000Am-1115AM PA-359 F15

3 STAFF

ANT 101.1L1 is a team-taught Anthropology/Literature learning community. Students must register for the corequisite, LIT 205.1L1

34684 ANT 111-101 Physical Anthropology: SS3 MW 1000Am-1115AM PA-359 F15

3 STAFF

35155 ANT 201-101 Intro to Forensic Anthropology F 0900Am-1245PM PA-359 MS4

3 STAFF

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 31201 ANT 101-051 Cultural Anthropology: SS3 S 0900Am-1145AM PDO-S207 WKC

3 STAFF

32933 ANT 101-05A Cultural Anthropology: SS3 MW 1130Am-1245PM PDO-S217 F15

3 STAFF

32934 ANT 101-05B Cultural Anthropology: SS3 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PDO-S217 F15

3 STAFF

34681 ANT 218-05A Archaeology of the Bible F 0100Pm-0345PM PDO-S209 MS4

3 STAFF

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 31227 ANT 101-125 Cultural Anthropology: SS3 MW 1000Am-1115AM PRR-T109 F15

3 STAFF

31228 ANT 101-126 Cultural Anthropology: SS3 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-T109 F15

3 STAFF

31230 ANT 101-127 Cultural Anthropology: SS3 TR 1130Am-1245PM PRR-T109 F15

3 STAFF

31198 ANT 101-128 Cultural Anthropology: SS3 TR 1000Am-1115AM PRR-T109 F15

3 STAFF

34687 ANT 101-129 Cultural Anthropology: SS3 TR 0230Pm-0345PM PRR-T109 F15

3 STAFF

33746 ANT 101-175 Cultural Anthropology: SS3 TR 0530Pm-0645PM PRR-T109 F15

3 STAFF

32935 ANT 107-125 Intro to Archaeology: SS3 MW 0830Am-0945AM PRR-T109 F15

3 STAFF

31231 ANT 111-125 Physical Anthropology: SS3 MW 1130Am-1245PM PRR-T109 F15

3 STAFF

FALCON CAMPUS 34686 ANT 101-1F6 Cultural Anthropology: SS3 M 0530Pm-0815PM PFN-121 F15

3 STAFF

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

DISTANCE EDUCATION 31232 ANT 101-1N1 Cultural Anthropology: SS3 F15

3 STAFF

34682 ANT 101-2N1 Cultural Anthropology: SS3 BI1

3 STAFF

34683 ANT 101-3N1 Cultural Anthropology: SS3 BI2

3 STAFF

34725 ANT 111-1N1 Physical Anthropology: SS3 F15

3 STAFF

32556 ANT 215-1N1 Indians of North America: SS3 F15

3 STAFF

34680 ANT 221-1N1 Exploring Other Cultures I F15

3 STAFF

ant 221.1n1 will explore Contemporary Japanese Culture

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

33452 ARC 201-05A Architectural Drawing III TR 0400Pm-0555PM PDO-N210 F15 F 1100Am-1255PM PDO-N210

5 Beard

31207 ARC 202-05A Architectural Drawing IV TR 0400Pm-0555PM PDO-N210 F15 F 1100Am-1255PM PDO-N210

5 Beard

33729 ARC 211-05A Building Service Systems II F 0100Pm-0250PM PDO-N210 MS4

2 Larish

31224 ARC 224-05A Construction Contracts & Mgmt TR 0100Pm-0215PM PDO-S232 F15

3 Beard

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 35098 ARC 104-125 Architectural Drawing Theory MW 0130Pm-0320PM PRR-W112 F15

4 Kelly

ART

ARABIC

Due to placement verification and limited seating, students who register and do not attend the first week of classes, may lose their place in the class. Reinstatement is at the discretion of the instructor and in consideration of section enrollment limits.

Photography courses are located under both the ART and PHO categories. For program questions, please contact Judith Kimbrell at 502-3130 or judith.kimbrell@ppcc.edu.

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

31260 ART 110-101 Art Appreciation: AH1 F 0100Pm-0345PM PA-352

34088 ARA 111-151 Arabic Language I TR 0530Pm-0750PM PA-259 34089 ARA 112-151 Arabic Language II MW 0530Pm-0750PM PA-253

F15

5 Jones

F15

5 Jones

ARCHITECTURAL ENGINEER CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS MS4

31261 ART 112-101 Art Hist.Renaiss to Modern: AH1 MW 1130Am-1245PM PA-352 F15

3 Menzer 3 Butts

33866 ART 118-312 Art Sampler: Fused Glass I R 1230Pm-0450PM PA-357 TR1

1 Price

33867 ART 118-313 Art Sampler: Fused Glass II R 1230Pm-0450PM PA-357 TR1

1 Price

33868 ART 118-321 Art Sampler: Slumped Glass I R 1230Pm-0450PM PA-357 TR2

1 Price

33869 ART 118-322 Art Sampler: Slumped Glass II R 1230Pm-0450PM PA-357 TR2

1 Price

35179 AEC 218-05A Sustainable Building Systems TR 0230Pm-0345PM PDO-N210 F15

3 Beard

35171 AEC 226-06A Construction Scheduling F 0530Pm-0750PM PDO-S217 MS4

3 Larish

31346 ART 118-323 Art Sampler: Mixed Media F 1230Pm-0450PM PA-357 TR2

1 Dimond

33870 ART 118-331 Art Sampler: Glass Painting I R 1230Pm-0450PM PA-357 TR3

1 Price

3 STAFF

33871 ART 118-332 Art Sampler: Glass Painting II R 1230Pm-0450PM PA-357 TR3

1 Price

34064 ART 118-333 Acrylic Abstract Painting I F 0900Am-0120PM PA-357 TR3

1 Ben Amots

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 35170 AEC 220-175 Surveying MW 0530Pm-0730PM PRR-W112

F15

ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY

31262 ART 121-101 Drawing I TR 0900Am-1120AM

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 31226 ARC 227-151 Architectural Structures TR 0530Pm-0750PM PB-203B F15

5 Poirier

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 31178 ARC 101-05A Intro Architectural Drawing TR 0900Am-1155AM PDO-N210 F15

5 Kelly

31179 ARC 101-06A Intro Architectural Drawing MW 0530Pm-0825PM PDO-N210 F15

5 Burns

31180 ARC 102-05A Residential Architecture MWF 0900Am-1055AM PDO-N210 F15

5 Kelly

33047 ARC 102-06A Residential Architecture MW 0530Pm-0825PM PDO-N210 F15

5 Burns

PA-350

3 F15 Sayers-Newlin

31264 ART 121-102 Drawing I MW 1200Pm-0220PM PA-350

F15

3 Glissmeyer

31263 ART 121-103 Drawing I F 0900Am-0120PM

PA-350

MS4

3 Glissmeyer

31265 ART 122-101 Drawing II TR 0900Am-1120AM

PA-350

3 F15 Sayers-Newlin

31266 ART 122-102 Drawing II MW 1200Pm-0220PM PA-350

F15

3 Glissmeyer

31267 ART 122-103 Drawing II F 0900Am-0120PM

MS4

3 Glissmeyer

PA-350

34958 ART 132-151 Visual Concepts 3-D Design TR 0530Pm-0750PM PA-357 F15

3 STAFF

33046 ARC 104-05A Architectural Drawing Theory TR 1200Pm-0150PM PDO-N210 F15

4 Kelly

32498 ART 138-101 Film Photography I TR 1130Am-0215PM PA-216A

F15

3 STAFF

31181 ARC 104-06A Architectural Drawing Theory TR 0530Pm-0720PM PDO-S217 F15

4 Snow

32501 ART 138-151 Film Photography I TR 0530Pm-0645PM PA-216A

F15

3 Kimbrell

31182 ARC 105-05A Architectural Bldg Materials I MW 0200Pm-0250PM PDO-N210 F15

2 Beard

34470 ART 139-021 Photography II S 0900Am-1240PM PA-151

MS4

3 Rinker

35099 ARC 111-051 Architectural Tech Theory S 1100Am-1250PM PDO-N210 MS4

2 Beard

31268 ART 139-101 Photography II F 0800Am-1140AM PA-151

MS4

3 Mondragon

31183 ARC 114-05A Building Service Systems I MW 0100Pm-0150PM PDO-N210 F15

2 Beard

34471 ART 144-021 Non Silver Processes S 0900Am-1040AM PA-151

MS4

1 Rinker

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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ALL CAMPUSES • SPRING 2010 CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

35303 ART 145-101 Enameling on Metal I T 1230Pm-0450PM PA-357

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

F15

3 MUSICK

31310 ART 261-103 Ceramics III TR 0100Pm-0320PM PA-173A

F15

3 Timco

35184 ART 150-101 Digital Art Foundations I TR 0930Am-1150AM PB-204B F15

3 Shearn

31311 ART 261-151 Ceramics III TR 0530Pm-0750PM PA-173A

F15

3 Timco

33874 ART 154-101 Sculpture I MW 1000Am-1220PM PA-357

3 F15 Terrafranca

31312 ART 262-021 Ceramics IV S 0800Am-1220PM PA-173A

3 MS4 Houck

33875 ART 155-101 Sculpture II MW 1000Am-1220PM PA-357

3 F15 Terrafranca

31314 ART 262-101 Ceramics IV MW 1000Am-1220PM PA-173A

3 F15 Houck

34959 ART 156-101 Figure Drawing I MW 0900Am-1120AM PA-350

F15

3 GLISSMEYER

31316 ART 262-102 Ceramics IV TR 1000Am-1220PM PA-173A

F15

3 Timco

31276 ART 161-021 Ceramics I S 0800Am-1220PM

PA-173A

3 MS4 Houck

31318 ART 262-103 Ceramics IV TR 0100Pm-0320PM PA-173A

F15

3 Timco

31282 ART 161-101 Ceramics I MW 1000Am-1220PM

PA-173A

3 F15 Houck

31320 ART 262-151 Ceramics IV TR 0530Pm-0750PM PA-173A

F15

3 Timco

31285 ART 161-102 Ceramics I TR 1000Am-1220PM

PA-173A

F15

3 Timco

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS

PA-173A

F15

3 Timco

31321 ART 110-05A Art Appreciation: AH1 MW 1000Am-1115AM PDO-S124

F15

3 Conrad

31287 ART 161-151 Ceramics I TR 0530Pm-0750PM PA-173A

F15

3 Timco

33219 ART 110-05B Art Appreciation: AH1 F 0830Am-1115AM PDO-S230

WKC

31288 ART 162-021 Ceramics II S 0800Am-1220PM PA-173A

3 MS4 Houck

31322 ART 110-06A Art Appreciation: AH1 MW 0530Pm-0645PM PDO-S124

F15

3 Conrad

31289 ART 162-101 Ceramics II MW 1000Am-1220PM PA-173A

3 F15 Houck

31323 ART 110-06B Art Appreciation: AH1 F 0530Pm-0815PM PDO-S124

WKC

3 Williams

31290 ART 162-102 Ceramics II TR 1000Am-1220PM PA-173A

F15

3 Timco

31324 ART 111-051 Art Hist Ancient to Mediev: AH1 S 1200Pm-0245PM PDO-S230 WKC

3 Butts

31291 ART 162-103 Ceramics II TR 0100Pm-0320PM PA-173A

F15

3 Timco

31325 ART 111-06A Art Hist Ancient to MedievAH1 M 0530Pm-0815PM PDO-S230 F15

3 Myers

31296 ART 162-151 Ceramics II TR 0530Pm-0750PM PA-173A

F15

3 Timco

31328 ART 112-05A Art Hist.Renaiss to Modern: AH1 TR 0830Am-0945AM PDO-S232 F15

3 Myers

33878 ART 163-101 Handbuilt Clay I MW 0100Pm-0320PM PA-173A

F15

3 Koehn

33052 ART 117-05A Pastel Painting F 0800Am-1220PM PDO-N104

MS4

3 Curell

33879 ART 164-101 Handbuilt Clay II MW 0100Pm-0320PM PA-173A

F15

3 Koehn

34956 ART 118-063 Portfolio Development W 0300Pm-0720PM PDO-

TR2

1 Ben Amots

31297 ART 211-101 Painting I TR 0100Pm-0320PM

PA-350

F15

3 Ben Amots

31423 ART 121-051 Drawing I S 0900Am-0120PM

PDO-S112

WKC

3 Williams

31298 ART 212-101 Painting II TR 0100Pm-0320PM

PA-350

F15

3 Ben Amots

31424 ART 121-05A Drawing I MW 0900Am-1120aM

PDO-N104

F15

3 McKean

31299 ART 213-101 Painting III TR 0100Pm-0320PM

PA-350

F15

3 Ben Amots

31618 ART 121-05B Drawing I TR 0300Pm-0520PM PDO-N104

F15

3 McKean

31300 ART 214-101 Painting IV TR 0100Pm-0320PM

PA-350

F15

3 Ben Amots

33048 ART 121-05C Drawing I F 1230Pm-0450PM PDO-N104

WKC

3 Curell

31301 ART 221-101 Drawing III TR 0900Am-1120AM

PA-350

3 F15 Sayers-Newlin

31635 ART 121-06A Drawing I TR 0530Pm-0750PM PDO-N104

F15

31286 ART 161-103 Ceramics I TR 0100Pm-0320PM

3 Myers

3 Glissmeyer

31302 ART 221-102 Drawing III MW 1200Pm-0220PM PA-350

F15

3 Glissmeyer

31638 ART 122-051 Drawing II S 0900Am-0120PM

PDO-S112

WKC

3 Williams

31303 ART 221-103 Drawing III F 0900Am-0120PM

PA-350

MS4

3 Glissmeyer

31642 ART 122-05A Drawing II MW 0900Am-1120AM

PDO-N104

F15

3 McKean

31304 ART 222-101 Drawing IV TR 0900Am-1120AM

PA-350

3 F15 Sayers-Newlin

31643 ART 122-05B Drawing II TR 0300Pm-0520PM PDO-N104

F15

3 McKean 3 Curell

31305 ART 222-102 Drawing IV MW 1200Pm-0220PM PA-350

F15

3 Glissmeyer

33049 ART 122-05C Drawing II F 1230Pm-0450PM PDO-N104

WKC

31306 ART 222-103 Drawing IV F 0900Am-0120PM

MS4

3 Glissmeyer

31644 ART 122-06A Drawing II TR 0530Pm-0750PM PDO-N104

F15

3 F15 Terrafranca

31645 ART 123-051 Watercolor I S 0900Am-0120PM PDO-N104

WKC

3 Owen

3 GLISSMEYER

31651 ART 123-05A Watercolor I TR 1000Am-1220PM PDO-N104

F15

3 Owen

31307 ART 261-021 Ceramics III S 0800Am-1220PM PA-173A

3 MS4 Houck

31652 ART 124-051 Watercolor II S 0900Am-0120PM PDO-N104

WKC

3 Owen

31308 ART 261-101 Ceramics III MW 1000Am-1220PM PA-173A

3 F15 Houck

31653 ART 124-05A Watercolor II TR 1000Am-1220PM PDO-N104

F15

3 Owen

31309 ART 261-102 Ceramics III TR 1000Am-1220PM PA-173A

F15

31654 ART 131-05A Visual Concepts 2-D Design MW 0300Pm-0520PM PDO-N104 F15

3 Glissmeyer

PA-350

34960 ART 254-101 Sculpting the Figure MW 0100Pm-0320PM PA-357

34961 ART 256-101 Advanced Figure Drawing MW 0900Am-1120AM PA-350 F15

3 Timco

3 Glissmeyer

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


48 CRN

Code explanation and College location see page 23.

ALL CAMPUSES â&#x20AC;˘ SPRING 2010 COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

34957 ART 131-06A Visual Concepts 2-D Design MW 0530Pm-0750PM PDO-N104 F15

3 Glissmeyer

31772 ART 222-05B Drawing IV TR 0300Pm-0520PM PDO-N104

F15

3 McKean

31655 ART 132-05A Visual Concepts 3-D Design TR 0300Pm-0520PM PDO-S112 F15

3 Glissmeyer

33051 ART 222-05C Drawing IV F 1230Pm-0450PM PDO-N104

MS4

3 Curell

3 Fife

31773 ART 222-06A Drawing IV TR 0530Pm-0750PM PDO-N104

F15

31686 ART 136-05A Navajo Weaving Techniques I F 0830Am-1250PM PDO-N204 MS4

3 Williams

31774 ART 223-051 Watercolor III S 0900Am-0120PM PDO-N104

MS4

3 Owen

31780 ART 137-05A Navajo Weaving Techniques II F 0830Am-1250PM PDO-N204 MS4

3 Williams

31775 ART 223-05A Watercolor III TR 1000Am-1220PM PDO-N104

F15

3 Owen

32497 ART 138-051 Film Photography I S 0900Am-1145AM PDO-S203

WKC

3 Doenges

31776 ART 224-051 Watercolor IV S 0900Am-0120PM PDO-N104

MS4

3 Owen

32496 ART 138-052 Film Photography I S 0100Pm-0345PM PDO-S203

WKC

3 Doenges

31777 ART 224-05A Watercolor IV TR 1000Am-1220PM PDO-N104

F15

3 Owen

33054 ART 141-05A Jewelry & Metal Work I W 0800Am-1220PM PDO-S112

3 F15 Hall

31778 ART 225-05A Printmaking I M 1230Pm-0450PM PDO-S112

3 F15 Sayers-Newlin

31690 ART 141-05B Jewelry & Metal Work I W 1230Pm-0450PM PDO-S112

3 F15 Hall

31779 ART 226-05A Printmaking II M 1230Pm-0450PM PDO-S112

3 F15 Sayers-Newlin

31691 ART 141-06A Jewelry & Metal Work I TR 0530Pm-0750PM PDO-S112

3 F15 Hall

34061 ART 233-05A Color Theory TR 1230Pm-0250PM PDO-N104

F15

3 McKean

31692 ART 142-05A Jewelry & Metal Work II W 0800Am-1220PM PDO-S112

3 F15 Hall

31781 ART 236-05A Navajo Weaving III F 0830Am-1250PM PDO-N204

MS4

3 Williams

31693 ART 142-05B Jewelry & Metal Work II W 1230Pm-0450PM PDO-S112

3 F15 Hall

31782 ART 237-05A Navajo Weaving Techniques IV F 0830Am-1250PM PDO-N204 MS4

3 Williams

31699 ART 142-06A Jewelry & Metal Work II TR 0530Pm-0750PM PDO-S112

3 F15 Hall

31790 ART 241-05A Jewelry & Metal Work III W 0800Am-1220PM PDO-S112

3 F15 Hall

31269 ART 143-05A Digital Photography I F 0830Am-1210PM PDO-N203

MS4

3 Doenges

31829 ART 241-05B Jewelry & Metal Work III W 1230Pm-0450PM PDO-S112

3 F15 Hall

33056 ART 146-05A Stained Glass I F 0800Am-1220PM PDO-S112

MS4

3 Price

31835 ART 241-06A Jewelry & Metal Work III TR 0530Pm-0750PM PDO-S112

3 F15 Hall

31702 ART 146-05B Stained Glass I F 1230Pm-0450PM PDO-S112

MS4

3 Price

31838 ART 242-05A Jewelry & Metal Working IV 3 W 0800Am-1220PM PDO-S112 F15 Hall

33057 ART 147-05A Stained Glass II F 0800Am-1220PM PDO-S112

MS4

3 Price

31846 ART 242-05B Jewelry & Metal Working IV 3 W 1230Pm-0450PM PDO-S112 F15 Hall

31703 ART 147-05B Stained Glass II F 1230Pm-0450PM PDO-S112

MS4

3 Price

31847 ART 242-06A Jewelry & Metal Working IV 3 TR 0530Pm-0750PM PDO-S112 F15 Hall

34017 ART 156-05A Figure Drawing I TR 1200Pm-0220PM PDO-S112

F15

3 Curell

31270 ART 243-05A Digital Photography II F 1230Pm-0410PM PDO-N203

MS4

3 Doenges

31717 ART 156-06A Figure Drawing I MW 0530Pm-0750PM PDO-S112

F15

3 Curell

33058 ART 246-05A Stained Glass III F 0800Am-1220PM PDO-S112

MS4

3 Price

3 Myers

31879 ART 246-05B Stained Glass III F 1230Pm-0450PM PDO-S112

MS4

3 Price

34971 ART 135-05A Fiber Design I M 0800Am-1220PM PDO-S112

F15

34974 ART 207-06A Art History 1900 to Present: AH1 W 0530Pm-0815PM PDO-S217 F15

3 Glissmeyer

31718 ART 211-05A Painting I TR 0900Am-1120AM

PDO-S112

F15

3 Ben Amots

33059 ART 247-05A Stained Glass IV F 0800Am-1220PM PDO-S112

MS4

3 Price

31719 ART 212-05A Painting II TR 0900Am-1120AM

PDO-S112

F15

3 Ben Amots

33055 ART 247-05B Stained Glass IV F 1230Pm-0450PM PDO-S112

MS4

3 Price

31720 ART 213-05A Painting III TR 0900Am-1120AM

PDO-S112

F15

3 Ben Amots

34018 ART 256-05A Advanced Figure Drawing TR 1200Pm-0220PM PDO-S112 F15

3 Curell

31721 ART 214-05A Painting IV TR 0900Am-1120AM

PDO-S112

F15

3 Ben Amots

31883 ART 256-06A Advanced Figure Drawing MW 0530Pm-0750PM PDO-S112 F15

3 Curell

31722 ART 221-051 Drawing III S 0900Am-0120PM

PDO-S112

MS4

3 Williams

33060 ART 264-05A Mkt for the Visual Artists W 1200Pm-0240PM PDO-S120 F15

3 Ben Amots

31723 ART 221-05A Drawing III MW 0900Am-1120AM

PDO-N104

F15

3 McKean

31724 ART 221-05B Drawing III TR 0300Pm-0520PM PDO-N104

F15

3 McKean

33050 ART 221-05C Drawing III F 1230Pm-0450PM PDO-N104

MS4

3 Curell

31725 ART 221-06A Drawing III TR 0530Pm-0750PM PDO-N104

F15

31770 ART 222-051 Drawing IV S 0900Am-0120PM

PDO-S112

MS4

3 Williams

31771 ART 222-05A Drawing IV MW 0900Am-1120AM

PDO-N104

F15

3 McKean

3 Glissmeyer

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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ALL CAMPUSES • SPRING 2010 CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

31885 ART 110-125 Art Appreciation: AH1 T 0100Pm-0345PM PRR-W114

F15

3 Menzer

32862 ART 280-031 Internship

F15

1 Kimbrell

31887 ART 110-126 Art Appreciation: AH1 R 0100Pm-0345PM PRR-W114

F15

3 Menzer

34181 ART 280-032 Internship

F15

1 STAFF

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

3 STAFF

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

DISTANCE EDUCATION 31890 ART 110-1N1 Art Appreciation: AH1

F15

3 Conrad

34955 ART 110-1N2 Art Appreciation: AH1

F15

3 Conrad

34472 ART 113-1N1 History of Photography F15

3 STAFF

PRR-W111

F15

3 Williams

35242 ART 121-126 Drawing I MW 0200Pm-0420PM PRR-W111

F15

3 STAFF

34973 ART 122-125 Drawing II MW 0900Am-1120AM

PRR-W111

F15

3 Williams

35243 ART 122-126 Drawing II MW 0200Pm-0420PM PRR-W111

F15

3 STAFF

ASTRONOMY CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

35260 ART 123-175 Watercolor I MW 0530Pm-0750PM PRR-W111

F15

3 Owen

35261 ART 124-175 Watercolor II MW 0530Pm-0750PM PRR-W111

F15

3 Owen

35245 ART 135-125 Fiber Design I F 1000Am-0220PM PRR-W111

MS4

3 Fife

32500 ART 138-125 Film Photography I MW 1000Am-1115AM PRR-E110

F15

33061 ART 138-126 Film Photography I F 0900Am-1145AM PRR-E110

MS4

32502 ART 138-175 Film Photography I MW 0530Pm-0645PM PRR-W116

F15

3 Mondragon

PRR-W111

F15

3 Williams

35244 ART 221-126 Drawing III MW 0200Pm-0420PM PRR-W111

F15

3 STAFF

34976 ART 222-125 Drawing IV MW 0900Am-1120AM

F15

3 Williams

34975 ART 221-125 Drawing III MW 0900Am-1120AM

BLDG/RM

MISCELLANEOUS CAMPUS

33865 ART 112-125 Art Hist.Renaiss to Modern: AH1 TR 1000Am-1115AM PRR-W114 F15 34972 ART 121-125 Drawing I MW 0900Am-1120AM

CRN

PRR-W111

3 Mondragon 3 Rinker

FALCON CAMPUS 33864 ART 110-1F1 Art Appreciation: AH1 MW 0830Am-0945AM PFN-122

F15

33872 ART 121-1F1 Drawing I MW 0900Am-1120AM

PFN-412

3 F15 Sayers-Newlin

33873 ART 122-1F1 Drawing II MW 0900Am-1120AM

PFN-412

3 F15 Sayers-Newlin

34969 ART 123-1F6 Watercolor I TR 0530Pm-0750PM PFN-412

F15

3 Owen

34970 ART 124-1F6 Watercolor II TR 0530Pm-0750PM PFN-412

F15

3 Owen

33744 ART 138-1F1 Film Photography I MW 0400Pm-0515PM PFN-127

F15

3 STAFF

33876 ART 161-1F1 Ceramics I TR 1130Am-0150PM

3 F15 Houck

PFN-412

33877 ART 162-1F1 Ceramics II TR 1130Am-0150PM PFN-412

3 Coco

F15

3 Timco

34977 ART 163-1F1 Handbuilt Clay I TR 0100Pm-0320PM PFN-412

F15

3 Koehn

35020 ART 163-1F2 Handbuilt Clay I TR 0200Pm-0420PM PFN-412

F15

3 Koehn

34978 ART 164-1F1 Handbuilt Clay II TR 0100Pm-0320PM PFN-412

F15

3 Koehn

33880 ART 221-1F1 Drawing III MW 0900Am-1120AM

PFN-412

3 F15 Sayers-Newlin

33881 ART 222-1F1 Drawing IV MW 0900Am-1120AM

PFN-412

3 F15 Sayers-Newlin

33882 ART 261-1F1 Ceramics III TR 1130Am-0150PM PFN-412

3 F15 Houck

32084 AST 101-101 Astronomy I: SC1 MW 0800Am-0915AM PA-169 F15 M 0930Am-1120AM PA-166

4 STAFF

33399 AST 101-102 Astronomy I: SC1 MW 0800Am-0915AM PA-169 F15 W 0930Am-1120AM PA-166

4 STAFF

32040 AST 101-151 Astronomy I: SC1 MW 0530Pm-0645PM PB-236 F15 W 0700Pm-0850PM PB-236

4 STAFF

32041 AST 101-1H1 Astronomy I: SC1 F 0700Pm-0850PM PA-165

4 STAFF

F15

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction.

34629 AST 102-101 Astronomy II: SC1 TR 0200Pm-0315PM PA-260B F15 TR 0320Pm-0350PM PA-260B

4 STAFF

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 32042 AST 101-05A Astronomy I: SC1 TR 0230Pm-0350PM PDO-N203 F15 TR 0400Pm-0450PM PDO-N203

4 STAFF

32081 AST 101-06A Astronomy I: SC1 TR 0530Pm-0645PM PDO-N203 F15 R 0650Pm-0840PM PDO-N203

4 STAFF

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 34560 AST 101-125 Astronomy I: SC1 TR 0800Am-0915AM PRR-E102 F15 T 0930Am-1120AM PRR-W213

4 STAFF

34561 AST 101-126 Astronomy I: SC1 TR 0800Am-0915AM PRR-E102 F15 R 0930Am-1120AM PRR-W213

4 STAFF

32088 AST 101-175 Astronomy I: SC1 MW 0630Pm-0745PM PRR-E102 F15 W 0800Pm-0950PM PRR-W213

4 STAFF

32085 AST 101-176 Astronomy I: SC1 MW 0630Pm-0745PM PRR-E102 F15 M 0800Pm-0950PM PRR-W213

4 STAFF

34628 AST 102-127 Astronomy II: SC1 MW 0130Pm-0245PM PRR-E102 F15 M 0300Pm-0450PM PRR-W213

4 STAFF

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


50 CRN

Code explanation and College location see page 23.

ALL CAMPUSES â&#x20AC;˘ SPRING 2010 COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

AUTOMOTIVE COLLISION TECHNOLOGY

Auto Collision Technology courses are self-paced and are designed to be taken concurrently with other courses. Students may sign up for multiple courses in the same time-frame with advisor approval.

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

31931 ACT 231-002 Adv Struct Damage Diag/Repair TR 0600Pm-0900PM PB-251 F15

3 Robinson

31932 ACT 232-001 Fixed Glass Repair TR 0100Pm-0500PM PB-251

F15

2 Robinson

31933 ACT 232-002 Fixed Glass Repair TR 0600Pm-0900PM PB-251

F15

2 Robinson

31900 ACT 101-001 Intro to AutoCollision Tech TR 0100Pm-0500PM PB-251 F15

4 Robinson

31934 ACT 241-001 Paint Defects MW 0100Pm-0500PM PB-251

F15

3 Robinson

31902 ACT 101-002 Intro to AutoCollision Tech MW 0100Pm-0500PM PB-251 F15

4 Robinson

33752 ACT 241-002 Paint Defects MW 0600Pm-0900PM PB-251

F15

3 Robinson

31901 ACT 101-003 Intro to AutoCollision Tech TR 0600Pm-0900PM PB-251 F15

4 Robinson

31935 ACT 242-001 Surface Preparation II MW 0100Pm-0500PM PB-251

F15

2 Robinson

31903 ACT 101-004 Intro to AutoCollision Tech MW 0600Pm-0900PM PB-251 F15

4 Robinson

31936 ACT 242-002 Surface Preparation II MW 0600Pm-0900PM PB-251

F15

2 Robinson

31904 ACT 111-001 Metal Welding & Cutting I TR 0100Pm-0500PM PB-251 F15

3 Robinson

31937 ACT 243-001 Refinishing II MW 0100Pm-0500PM PB-251

F15

2 Robinson

31905 ACT 111-002 Metal Welding & Cutting I TR 0600Pm-0900PM PB-251 F15

3 Robinson

31938 ACT 243-002 Refinishing II MW 0600Pm-0900PM PB-251

F15

2 Robinson

31906 ACT 121-001 Non-Structural Repair Prep TR 0100Pm-0500PM PB-251 F15

3 Robinson

31939 ACT 244-001 Final Detail MW 0100Pm-0500PM PB-251

F15

2 Robinson

31907 ACT 121-002 Non-Structural Repair Prep TR 0600Pm-0900PM PB-251 F15

3 Robinson

31940 ACT 244-002 Final Detail MW 0600Pm-0900PM PB-251

F15

2 Robinson

31908 ACT 122-001 Panel Repair & Replacements TR 0100Pm-0500PM PB-251 F15

3 Robinson

31941 ACT 251-001 Plastics & Adhesives II MW 0100Pm-0500PM PB-251

F15

1 Robinson

31909 ACT 122-002 Panel Repair & Replacements TR 0600Pm-0900PM PB-251 F15

3 Robinson

31942 ACT 251-002 Plastics & Adhesives II MW 0600Pm-0900PM PB-251

F15

1 Robinson

31910 ACT 123-001 Metal Finishing & Body Filling TR 0100Pm-0500PM PB-251 F15

3 Robinson

MISCELLANEOUS CAMPUS

31911 ACT 123-002 Metal Finishing & Body Filling TR 0600Pm-0900PM PB-251 F15

3 Robinson

31924 ACT 180-031 Auto Collision Repr Internsp I F15

4 Robinson

31912 ACT 131-001 Structural Damage Diagnosis TR 0100Pm-0500PM PB-251 F15

3 Robinson

31925 ACT 181-031 Auto Collision Repr Intern II F15

4 Robinson

31913 ACT 131-002 Structural Damage Diagnosis TR 0600Pm-0900PM PB-251 F15

3 Robinson

AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNOLOGY

31914 ACT 132-001 Structural Damage Repair TR 0100Pm-0500PM PB-251 F15

3 Robinson

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

31915 ACT 132-002 Structural Damage Repair TR 0600Pm-0900PM PB-251 F15

3 Robinson

31916 ACT 142-001 Surface Preparation I MW 0100Pm-0500PM PB-251

F15

2 Robinson

31917 ACT 142-002 Surface Preparation I MW 0600Pm-0900PM PB-251

F15

2 Robinson

31918 ACT 143-001 Spray Equipment Operation MW 0100Pm-0500PM PB-251 F15

2 Robinson

31919 ACT 143-002 Spray Equipment Operation MW 0600Pm-0900PM PB-251 F15

2 Robinson

31920 ACT 144-001 Refinishing I MW 0100Pm-0500PM PB-251

F15

2 Robinson

31921 ACT 144-002 Refinishing I MW 0600Pm-0900PM PB-251

F15

2 Robinson

31922 ACT 151-001 Plastics & Adhesives I MW 0100Pm-0500PM PB-251

F15

1 Robinson

31923 ACT 151-002 Plastics & Adhesives I MW 0600Pm-0900PM PB-251

F15

1 Robinson

31926 ACT 211-001 Metal Welding & Cutting II TR 0100Pm-0500PM PB-251 F15

2 Robinson

31927 ACT 211-002 Metal Welding & Cutting II TR 0600Pm-0900PM PB-251 F15

31943 ASE 102-211 Intro to the Automotive Shop F 1200Pm-0520PM PB-253 BI1

2 Magnuson

34356 ASE 102-212 Intro to the Automotive Shop F 1200Pm-0520PM PB-253 BI1

2 STAFF

31944 ASE 102-251 Intro to the Automotive Shop MW 0600Pm-0830PM PB-253 BI1

2 King

31945 ASE 110-211 Brakes I TR 0800Am-1150AM

PB-253

BI1

3 Magnuson

31946 ASE 110-251 Brakes I TR 0600Pm-1000PM

PB-253

BI1

3 King

31947 ASE 120-211 Basic Auto Electricity MW 0730Am-0950AM PB-253

BI1

2 Magnuson

31948 ASE 120-251 Basic Auto Electricity MW 0835Pm-1100PM PB-256

BI1

2 Rinehart

31949 ASE 123-231 Battery, Starting & Charging MW 0800Am-1030AM PB-253 BI2

2 Magnuson

31950 ASE 123-271 Battery, Starting & Charging MW 0600Pm-0830PM PB-256 BI2

2 Rinehart

31951 ASE 130-211 General Engine Diagnosis MW 1000Am-1230PM PB-253 BI1

2 Magnuson

2 Robinson

33732 ASE 132-211 Ignition System Diag & Repair MW 0100Pm-0330PM PB-253 BI1

2 Magnuson

31928 ACT 221-001 Moveable Glass & Hardware TR 0100Pm-0500PM PB-251 F15

2 Robinson

33419 ASE 134-271 Automotive Emissions MW 0600Pm-0830PM PB-253

BI2

2 Barr

31929 ACT 221-002 Moveable Glass & Hardware TR 0600Pm-0900PM PB-251 F15

2 Robinson

31952 ASE 140-211 Steering & Suspension I MW 0100Pm-0440PM PB-253

BI1

3 Barr

31930 ACT 231-001 Adv Struct Damage Diag/Repair TR 0100Pm-0500PM PB-251 F15

3 Robinson

31953 ASE 150-251 U-joint & Axle Shaft Serv MW 0600Pm-0830PM PB-253 BI1

2 Barr

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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ALL CAMPUSES â&#x20AC;˘ SPRING 2010 CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

31954 ASE 151-251 Man Trans/Transaxles & Clutches MW 0835Pm-1100PM PB-253 BI1 31955 ASE 152-211 Differentials & 4WD/AWD Repair TR 0100Pm-0330PM PB-253 BI1 31956 ASE 160-101 Engine Removal & Installation TR 0100Pm-0145PM PB-255 F15

2 Barr

2 Magnuson

PB-253

31961 ASE 210-271 Brakes II TR 0600Pm-0940PM PB-256

31689 BIO 105-151 Science of Biology: SC1 TR 0530Pm-0645PM PA-164 F15 R 0700Pm-0850PM PA-164

4 STAFF

34138 BIO 106-1H1 Basic Anatomy & Physiology F 0600Pm-0850PM PA-162 F15

4 STAFF

5 Monger 3 Magnuson

BI2

3 King

33733 ASE 220-231 Specialized Electronics Train F 1130Am-0430PM PB-253 BI2

2 Magnuson

33734 ASE 231-231 Auto/Diesel Computers TR 0100Pm-0330PM PB-253

2 Magnuson

ASE 231.231 must be taken concurrently with ASE 235.231

32804 ASE 231-251 Auto/Diesel Computers TR 0600Pm-0830PM PB-253

BI1

2 Chambers

ASE 231.251 must be taken concurrently with ASE 235.251

32806 ASE 233-271 Fuel Injection & Exhaust TR 0600Pm-1000PM PB-253 BI2

4 Magnuson

33735 ASE 235-231 Driveability Diagnosis TR 0335Pm-0500PM PB-253

BI2

1 Magnuson

32805 ASE 235-251 Driveability Diagnosis TR 0835Pm-1000PM PB-253

BI1

1 Chambers

ASE 235.251 must be taken concurrently with ASE 231.251

31962 ASE 240-231 Suspension & Steering II MW 0100Pm-0440PM PB-253 BI2

3 STAFF

31963 ASE 250-231 Auto Trans/Transaxle Service MTWR 0100Pm-0145PM PB-253 BI2

1 Barr

ASE 250.231 must be taken concurrently with ASE 251.231

31964 ASE 250-271 Auto Trans/Transaxle Service MTWR 0600Pm-0645PM PB-253 BI2

1 Chambers

5 STAFF

32239 BIO 111-103 General College Biology I/Lab: SC1 MW 0800Am-0950AM PB-232 F15 M 1000Am-1150AM PA-162

5 STAFF

34001 BIO 111-104 General College Biology I/Lab: SC1 MW 0800Am-0950AM PB-232 F15 W 1000Am-1150AM PA-162

5 STAFF

35196 BIO 111-105 General College Biology I/Lab: SC1 TR 1200Pm-0150PM PB-232 F15 T 0200Pm-0350PM PA-162

5 STAFF

35197 BIO 111-106 General College Biology I/Lab: SC1 TR 1200Pm-0150PM PB-232 F15 R 0200Pm-0350PM PA-162

5 STAFF

32095 BIO 111-151 General College Biology I/Lab: SC1 TR 0500Pm-0650PM PB-232 F15 T 0700Pm-0850PM PA-164

5 STAFF

34003 BIO 111-152 General College Biology I/Lab: SC1 MW 0630Pm-0920PM PA-167 LAT R 0630Pm-0920PM PA-162

5 STAFF

BIO 111.152 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

32915 BIO 112-102 General College Biology II/Lab: SC1 MW 1200Pm-0150PM PA-167 F15 W 0200Pm-0350PM PA-162

5 STAFF

33231 BIO 150-101 Animal Biology M 1200Pm-0250PM PB-232 F15 W 1200Pm-0150PM PA-164

4 STAFF

33226 BIO 150-102 Animal Biology M 1200Pm-0250PM PB-232 F15 W 0200Pm-0350PM PA-164

4 STAFF

34753 BIO 154-101 Biology of Plants TR 0800Am-0915AM PB-232 F15 R 0930Am-1120AM PA-162

4 STAFF

34751 BIO 201-151 Human Anatomy & Physiology I: SC1 MW 0500Pm-0615PM PA-167 F15 M 0630Pm-0820PM PA-162

4 STAFF

34752 BIO 201-152 Human Anatomy & Physiology I: SC1 MW 0500Pm-0615PM PA-167 F15 W 0630Pm-0820PM PA-162

4 STAFF

AVIATION TECHNOLOGY CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 4 STAFF

MISCELLANEOUS CAMPUS Call 502-3400 for options concerning this course.

32093 BIO 111-102 General College Biology I/Lab: SC1 TR 0800Am-0950AM PA-167 F15 F 1000Am-1150AM PA-162

5 Chambers

ASE 251.271 must be taken concurrently with ASE 250.271

F15

5 STAFF

5 STAFF

ASE 251.231 must be taken concurrently with ASE 250.231

34634 AVT 102-031 Private Pilot Flight

32091 BIO 111-101 General College Biology I/Lab: SC1 TR 0800Am-0950AM PA-167 F15 F 0800Am-0950AM PA-162

5 Barr

31965 ASE 251-231 Auto Trans/Transaxle Repair MTWR 0150Pm-0550PM PB-253 BI2

33995 AVT 101-151 Private Pilot Ground School W 0530Pm-0910PM PA-358 F15

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction. Contact David Oswandel at 502-3313 or david.oswandel@ppcc. edu for further information.

32096 BIO 112-101 General College Biology II/Lab: SC1 MW 1200Pm-0150PM PA-167 F15 M 0200Pm-0350PM PA-162

ASE 250.271 must be taken concurrently with ASE 251.271

31966 ASE 251-271 Auto Trans/Transaxle Repair MTWR 0650Pm-1050PM PB-253 BI2

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

5 Monger

BI2

BI2

BIOLOGY

4 STAFF

ASE 161.151 must be taken concurrently with ASE 160.151

31960 ASE 210-231 Brakes II TR 0800Am-1150AM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

31681 BIO 105-102 Science of Biology: SC1 TR 1000Am-1115AM PA-167 F15 R 1130Am-0120PM PA-162

ASE 161.101 must be taken concurrently with ASE 160.101

F15

BLDG/RM

1 STAFF

ASE 160.151 must be taken concurrently with ASE 161.151

31959 ASE 161-151 Engine Repair & Rebuild TR 0710Pm-1015PM PB-255

TITLE TIMES

4 STAFF

ASE 160.101 must be taken concurrently with ASE 161.101

F15

COURSE DAYS

31663 BIO 105-101 Science of Biology: SC1 TR 1000Am-1115AM PA-167 F15 T 1130Am-0120PM PA-162

1 Monger

31957 ASE 160-151 Engine Removal & Installation TR 0600Pm-0645PM PB-255 F15 31958 ASE 161-101 Engine Repair & Rebuild TR 0150Pm-0515PM PB-255

CRN

4 STAFF

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


52 CRN

Code explanation and College location see page 23.

ALL CAMPUSES • SPRING 2010 COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

34747 BIO 202-101 Human Anatomy & Physiology II: SC1 MW 0830Am-0945AM PA-167 F15 M 1000Am-1150AM PA-164

4 STAFF

34008 BIO 201-05B Human Anatomy & Physiology I: SC1 TR 1130Am-1245PM PDO-N204 F15 R 0100Pm-0250PM PDO-N200

4 STAFF

34748 BIO 202-102 Human Anatomy & Physiology II: SC1 MW 0830Am-0945AM PA-167 F15 W 1000Am-1150AM PA-164

4 STAFF

32899 BIO 202-06A Human Anatomy & Physiology II: SC1 MW 0600Pm-0715PM PDO-N204 F15 M 0730Pm-0920PM PDO-N200

4 STAFF

34749 BIO 202-103 Human Anatomy & Physiology II: SC1 TR 0130Pm-0245PM PA-167 F15 T 0300Pm-0450PM PA-164

4 STAFF

32900 BIO 202-06B Human Anatomy & Physiology II: SC1 MW 0600Pm-0715PM PDO-N204 F15 W 0730Pm-0920PM PDO-N200

4 STAFF

34750 BIO 202-104 Human Anatomy & Physiology II: SC1 TR 0130Pm-0245PM PA-167 F15 R 0300Pm-0450PM PA-164

4 STAFF

34009 BIO 216-06A Pathophysiology MW 0600Pm-0750PM PDO-N203

4 STAFF

32099 BIO 202-1H1 Human Anatomy & Physiology II: SC1 S 0800Am-1050AM PA-164 F15

4 STAFF

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction. Please contact robert.mcmullen@ppcc.edu for more information.

F15

32229 BIO 105-125 Science of Biology: SC1 MW 1030Am-1145AM PRR-E109 F15 M 1200Pm-0150PM PRR-W215

4 STAFF

32100 BIO 204-101 Microbiology: SC1 TR 0830Am-0945AM PA-164 F15 TR 1000Am-1115AM PB-232

4 STAFF

32913 BIO 105-126 Science of Biology: SC1 MW 1030Am-1145AM PRR-E109 F15 W 1200Pm-0150PM PRR-W215

4 STAFF

32101 BIO 204-102 Microbiology: SC1 TR 1000Am-1115AM PB-232 F15 TR 1200Pm-0115PM PA-164

4 STAFF

33224 BIO 105-175 Science of Biology: SC1 TR 0700Pm-0815PM PRR-E102 F15 R 0500Pm-0650PM PRR-W214

4 STAFF

32102 BIO 204-151 Microbiology: SC1 MW 0400Pm-0515PM PA-164 F15 MW 0600Pm-0715PM PB-232

4 STAFF

32234 BIO 111-125 General College Biology I/Lab: SC1 TR 1230Pm-0220PM PRR-E109 F15 T 0230Pm-0420PM PRR-W215

5 STAFF

32103 BIO 204-152 Microbiology: SC1 MW 0600Pm-0715PM PB-232 F15 MW 0730Pm-0845PM PA-164

4 STAFF

32235 BIO 111-126 General College Biology I/Lab: SC1 TR 1230Pm-0220PM PRR-E109 F15 R 0230Pm-0420PM PRR-W215

5 STAFF

33693 BIO 111-127 General College Biology I/Lab: SC1 TR 1200Pm-0250PM PRR-W214 LAT TR 0300Pm-0420PM PRR-W214

5 STAFF

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 33225 BIO 105-05A Science of Biology: SC1 TR 0900Am-1015AM PDO-N200 F15 T 1030Am-1220PM PDO-N200

4 STAFF

34000 BIO 105-06A Science of Biology: SC1 F 0600Pm-0750PM PDO-N200 wkc S 0900Am-1150AM PDO-N200

4 STAFF

32220 BIO 111-05A General College Biology I/Lab: SC1 MW 0900Am-1050AM PDO-N204 F15 M 1100Am-1250PM PDO-N200

5 STAFF

34004 BIO 111-05B General College Biology I/Lab: SC1 MW 0900Am-1050AM PDO-N204 F15 W 1100Am-1250PM PDO-N200

5 STAFF

35198 BIO 111-05C General College Biology I/Lab: SC1 TR 0100Pm-0250PM PDO-N204 F15 T 0300Pm-0450PM PDO-N200

5 STAFF

35199 BIO 111-05D General College Biology I/Lab: SC1 TR 0100Pm-0250PM PDO-N204 F15 R 0300Pm-0450PM PDO-N200

5 STAFF

32226 BIO 111-06A General College Biology I/Lab: SC1 TR 0530Pm-0720PM PDO-N204 F15 T 0730Pm-0920PM PDO-N200

5 STAFF

32914 BIO 111-06B General College Biology I/Lab: SC1 TR 0530Pm-0720PM PDO-N204 F15 R 0730Pm-0920PM PDO-N200

5 STAFF

32228 BIO 112-05A General College Biology II/Lab: SC1 MW 0900Am-1050AM PDO-N203 F15 F 0900Am-1050AM PDO-N200

5 STAFF

35201 BIO 112-3H1 General College Biology II/Lab: SC1 F 1100Am-1250PM PDO-N200 F15

5 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction. Contact Lisa Hollis-Brown at 502-3438 or lisa.hollis-brown@ ppcc.edu.

34007 BIO 201-05A Human Anatomy & Physiology I: SC1 TR 1130Am-1245PM PDO-N204 F15 T 0100Pm-0250PM PDO-N200

4 STAFF

BIO 111.127 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

32238 BIO 111-128 General College Biology I/Lab: SC1 MW 1200Pm-0150PM PRR-W218 F15 F 1200Pm-0150PM PRR-W214

5 STAFF

32237 BIO 111-175 General College Biology I/Lab: SC1 MW 0630Pm-0820PM PRR-E109 F15 M 0430Pm-0620PM PRR-W215

5 STAFF

34325 BIO 111-176 General College Biology I/Lab: SC1 MW 0630Pm-0820PM PRR-E109 F15 W 0430Pm-0620PM PRR-W215

5 STAFF

32242 BIO 201-125 Human Anatomy & Physiology I: SC1 TR 0900Am-1015AM PRR-E109 F15 T 1030Am-1220PM PRR-W215

4 STAFF

32243 BIO 201-126 Human Anatomy & Physiology I: SC1 TR 0900Am-1015AM PRR-E109 F15 R 1030Am-1220PM PRR-W215

4 STAFF

34553 BIO 201-127 Human Anatomy & Physiology I: SC1 TR 0900Am-1015AM PRR-E109 F15 R 1230Pm-0220PM PRR-W215

4 STAFF

32901 BIO 201-128 Human Anatomy & Physiology I: SC1 TR 0300Pm-0415PM PRR-E109 F15 T 0430Pm-0620PM PRR-W215

4 STAFF

32902 BIO 201-129 Human Anatomy & Physiology I: SC1 TR 0300Pm-0415PM PRR-E109 F15 R 0430Pm-0620PM PRR-W215

4 STAFF

32244 BIO 201-175 Human Anatomy & Physiology I: SC1 TR 0500Pm-0615PM PRR-E109 F15 T 0630Pm-0820PM PRR-W215

4 STAFF

32851 BIO 201-176 Human Anatomy & Physiology I: SC1 TR 0500Pm-0615PM PRR-E109 F15 R 0630Pm-0820PM PRR-W215

4 STAFF

32245 BIO 202-125 Human Anatomy & Physiology II: SC1 MW 0830Am-0945AM PRR-E109 F15 M 1000Am-1150AM PRR-W215

4 STAFF

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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ALL CAMPUSES â&#x20AC;˘ SPRING 2010 CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

32247 BIO 202-126 Human Anatomy & Physiology II: SC1 MW 0830Am-0945AM PRR-E109 F15 W 1000Am-1150AM PRR-W215

4 STAFF

31238 BUS 115-1H4 Introduction to Business T 0400Pm-0515PM PA-222 F15

32249 BIO 202-127 Human Anatomy & Physiology II: SC1 TR 1100Am-1215PM PRR-E102 F15 T 1230Pm-0220PM PRR-W215

4 STAFF

31236 BUS 115-1H5 Introduction to Business W 0100Pm-0215PM PA-222 F15

32252 BIO 202-175 Human Anatomy & Physiology II: SC1 MW 0500Pm-0615PM PRR-E109 F15 M 0630Pm-0820PM PRR-W215

4 STAFF

34217 BUS 115-1H9 Introduction to Business R 0530Pm-0645PM PA-222 F15

32254 BIO 202-176 Human Anatomy & Physiology II: SC1 MW 0500Pm-0615PM PRR-E109 F15 W 0630Pm-0820PM PRR-W215

4 STAFF

31239 BUS 216-101 Legal Environment of Business MW 1000Am-1115AM PA-222 F15

3 STAFF

32255 BIO 204-125 Microbiology: SC1 MW 1200Pm-0115PM PRR-W214 F15 MW 0130Pm-0245PM PRR-E109

4 STAFF

35092 BUS 216-151 Legal Environment of Business TR 0530Pm-0645PM PA-260A F15

3 STAFF

32257 BIO 204-126 Microbiology: SC1 MW 0130Pm-0245PM PRR-E109 F15 MW 0300Pm-0415PM PRR-W214

4 STAFF

32942 BUS 217-1H1 Bus Communication & Report Writing 3 R 0400Pm-0515PM PA-222 F15 Snell

34754 BIO 204-175 Microbiology: SC1 MW 0530Pm-0645PM PRR-W214 F15 MW 0700Pm-0815PM PRR-W214

4 STAFF

32944 BUS 226-101 Business Statistics TR 1130Am-1245PM PA-221

33228 BIO 204-2H1 Microbiology: SC1 F 0800Am-1050AM PRR-W214

4 STAFF

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS

F15

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

F15

4 STAFF

34013 BIO 148-1F1 Basic Ecology TR 0300Pm-0415PM PFN-120 F15 TR 0430Pm-0520PM PFN-120

4 STAFF

3 Meyer

34497 BUS 115-05A Introduction to Business TR 0230Pm-0345PM PDO-S215 F15

3 Thirion

31240 BUS 115-06A Introduction to Business MW 0530Pm-0645PM PDO-S215 F15

3 STAFF

32937 BUS 115-3H1 Introduction to Business S 1200Pm-0115PM PDO-S207 WKC

3 STAFF

F15

32943 BUS 226-051 Business Statistics S 0900Am-1145AM PDO-S217

WKC

3 STAFF

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 32520 BUS 105-2H1 Business Orientation

BI1

0.5 Taggart

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction. Contact Jaki Taggart at Jaki.Taggart@ppcc.edu.

DISTANCE EDUCATION 4 STAFF

BUSINESS CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

34495 BUS 115-125 Introduction to Business MW 1000Am-1115AM PRR-E108 F15

3 Bricker

34496 BUS 115-175 Introduction to Business TR 0700Pm-0815PM PRR-E108 F15

3 Natali

32940 BUS 115-2H1 Introduction to Business T 0830Am-0945AM PRR-E113 F15

3 Bricker

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

BI1

0.5 Taggart

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction. Contact Jaki Taggart at Jaki.Taggart@ppcc.edu.

BI1

0.5 Taggart

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction. Contact Jaki Taggart at Jaki.Taggart@ppcc.edu.

32516 BUS 105-1H3 Business Orientation

F15

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

5 STAFF

32515 BUS 105-1H2 Business Orientation

32517 BUS 217-101 Bus Communication & Report Writing 3 TR 1130Am-1245PM PA-222 F15 Snell

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

34012 BIO 111-1F6 General College Biology I/Lab: SC1 MW 0530Pm-0720PM PFN-120 F15 MW 0730Pm-0820PM PFN-120

32514 BUS 105-1H1 Business Orientation

3 Bowles

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

FALCON CAMPUS

32848 BIO 216-1N1 Pathophysiology

3 Thirion

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction. Contact Karla Belew at 502-3357 or karla.belew@ppcc.edu for further information.

33227 BIO 216-175 Pathophysiology MW 0700Pm-0850PM PRR-E112

3 Bowles

BI1

0.5 Taggart

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction. Contact Jaki Taggart at Jaki.Taggart@ppcc.edu.

34498 BUS 115-101 Introduction to Business TR 1130Am-1245PM PA-216B F15

3 STAFF

31233 BUS 115-1H1 Introduction to Business M 0830Am-0945AM PA-222 F15

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

31234 BUS 115-1H2 Introduction to Business W 0830Am-0945AM PA-222 F15

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

31235 BUS 115-1H3 Introduction to Business M 0100Pm-0215PM PA-222 F15

3 STAFF

31241 BUS 115-2H2 Introduction to Business R 0830Am-0945AM PRR-E113 F15

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

32938 BUS 115-2H3 Introduction to Business M 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-E108 F15

3 Bricker

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

31242 BUS 115-2H4 Introduction to Business T 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-E108 F15

3 Natali

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

32939 BUS 115-2H5 Introduction to Business W 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-E108 F15

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

31237 BUS 115-2H6 Introduction to Business R 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-E108 F15

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

32519 BUS 115-2H7 Introduction to Business R 0400Pm-0515PM PRR-E108 F15

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

34218 BUS 115-2H9 Introduction to Business M 0530Pm-0645PM PRR-N201A F15

3 Myers

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


54 CRN

Code explanation and College location see page 23.

ALL CAMPUSES â&#x20AC;˘ SPRING 2010 COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

32518 BUS 216-125 Legal Environment of Business MW 0830Am-0945AM PRR-E108 F15

3 Natali

CHEMISTRY

32941 BUS 216-175 Legal Environment of Business MW 0700Pm-0815PM PRR-N201A F15

3 Natali

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

31243 BUS 217-125 Bus Communication & Report Writing 3 MW 0400Pm-0515PM PRR-E113 F15 Butler 31244 BUS 226-175 Business Statistics TR 0700Pm-0815PM PRR-E113

F15

3 STAFF

33668 BUS 115-1F1 Introduction to Business MW 0830Am-0945AM PFN-127 F15

3 Olson

33669 BUS 115-1F6 Introduction to Business MW 0530Pm-0645PM PFN-113 F15

3 Olson

33671 BUS 216-1F1 Legal Environment of Business MW 1000Am-1115AM PFN-127 F15

3 Olson

FALCON CAMPUS

35094 BUS 217-1F1 Bus Communication & Report Writing 3 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PFN-113 F15 Snell 35165 BUS 226-1F1 Business Statistics MW 0230Pm-0345PM PFN-113

F15

3 STAFF

31248 BUS 181-031 Internship

F15

3 STAFF

31249 BUS 182-031 Internship

F15

3 STAFF

F15

3 Sonntag

31245 BUS 115-1N1 Introduction to Business F15

3 Bowles

35289 BUS 115-4N1 Introduction to Business LAT

3 STAFF

MISCELLANEOUS CAMPUS

31250 BUS 281-031 Internship

DISTANCE EDUCATION

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

34566 CHE 101-101 Intro to Chemistry I: SC1 MW 1000Am-1150AM PA-169 F15 M 1200Pm-0150PM PA-166

5 STAFF

34567 CHE 101-102 Intro to Chemistry I: SC1 MW 1000Am-1150AM PA-169 F15 W 1200Pm-0150PM PA-166

5 STAFF

32266 CHE 101-151 Intro to Chemistry I: SC1 TR 0500Pm-0650PM PA-169 F15 T 0700Pm-0850PM PA-166

5 STAFF

32267 CHE 101-152 Intro to Chemistry I: SC1 TR 0500Pm-0650PM PA-169 F15 R 0700Pm-0850PM PA-166

5 STAFF

32268 CHE 102-151 Intro to Chemistry II: SC1 TR 0500Pm-0650PM PA-260B F15 T 0700Pm-0850PM PA-159

5 STAFF

32269 CHE 111-101 General College Chemistry I: SC1 TR 1000Am-1150AM PA-169 F15 T 1200Pm-0245PM PA-166

5 STAFF

32270 CHE 111-102 General College Chemistry I: SC1 TR 1000Am-1150AM PA-169 F15 R 1220Pm-0255PM PA-166

5 STAFF

32271 CHE 112-101 General College Chemistry II: SC1 MW 1200Pm-0150PM PA-169 F15 M 0200Pm-0450PM PA-166

5 STAFF

34232 CHE 112-102 General College Chemistry II: SC1 MW 1200Pm-0150PM PA-169 F15 W 0200Pm-0450PM PA-166

5 STAFF

32272 CHE 112-151 General College Chemistry II: SC1 MW 0500Pm-0650PM PA-169 F15 M 0700Pm-0945PM PA-166

5 STAFF 5 STAFF

33670 BUS 203-1N1 Intro to Internatl Business F15

3 Meyer

32273 CHE 212-151 Organic Chemistry II MW 0500Pm-0615PM PA-260B F15 W 0630Pm-1010PM PA-166

31246 BUS 216-1N1 Legal Environment of Business F15

3 Natali

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

BUS 115.4N1 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

31247 BUS 217-1N1 Bus Communication & Report Writing 3 F15 Taggart 34499 BUS 226-1N1 Business Statistics

F15

3 Meyer

BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 31726 BTE 111-1H1 Keyboarding Speedbuilding I 2 T 1130Am-1245PM PA-224 F15 walgren Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

DISTANCE EDUCATION 31727 BTE 100-1N1 Computer Keyboarding

1 F15 rodie

31728 BTE 102-1N1 Keyboarding Applications I 2 F15 bailey 31729 BTE 108-1N1 Ten-Key by Touch

1 F15 rodie

31730 BTE 166-1N1 Business Editing Skills

3 F15 rodie

33705 CHE 101-026 Intro to Chemistry I: SC1 F 0600Pm-0750PM PRR-E102 MS4 S 0800Am-1150AM PRR-W213

5 STAFF

33704 CHE 101-125 Intro to Chemistry I: SC1 TR 0100Pm-0250PM PRR-E102 F15 T 0300Pm-0450PM PRR-W213

5 STAFF

34216 CHE 101-126 Intro to Chemistry I: SC1 TR 0100Pm-0250PM PRR-E102 F15 R 0300Pm-0450PM PRR-W213

5 STAFF

34564 CHE 101-2H1 Intro to Chemistry I: SC1 F 0900Am-1150AM PRR-W213 F15

5 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

32274 CHE 111-175 General College Chemistry I: SC1 TR 0500Pm-0650PM PRR-E102 F15 T 0700Pm-0945PM PRR-W213

5 STAFF

32275 CHE 111-176 General College Chemistry I: SC1 TR 0500Pm-0650PM PRR-E102 F15 R 0700Pm-0945PM PRR-W213

5 STAFF

34565 CHE 111-2H1 General College Chemistry I: SC1 F 0100Pm-0450PM PRR-W213 F15

5 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

32276 CHE 112-125 General College Chemistry II: SC1 MW 1000Am-1150AM PRR-E102 F15 M 1200Pm-0245PM PRR-W213

5 STAFF

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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ALL CAMPUSES • SPRING 2010 CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

COMMUNICATION

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

34021 COM 115-051 Public Speaking S 0900Am-1145AM PDO-N212

WKC

3 STAFF

33608 COM 115-101 Public Speaking MW 0830Am-0945AM PA-216C

F15

3 STAFF

34983 COM 115-05A Public Speaking MW 1000Am-1115AM PDO-S209

F15

3 Baker

33609 COM 115-102 Public Speaking TR 0830Am-0945AM PA-259

F15

3 STAFF

33620 COM 115-05B Public Speaking TR 0100Pm-0215PM PDO-S215

F15

3 Baker

33610 COM 115-103 Public Speaking MW 1000Am-1115AM PA-253

3 F15 lewis

33621 COM 115-05C Public Speaking MW 1130Am-1245PM PDO-S215

F15

3 Baker

33611 COM 115-104 Public Speaking TR 1000Am-1115AM PA-358

F15

3 STAFF

33622 COM 115-06B Public Speaking F 0530Pm-0815PM PDO-S230

WKC

3 STAFF

33612 COM 115-105 Public Speaking MW 1130Am-1245PM PA-260B

F15

3 STAFF

33623 COM 115-3H1 Public Speaking W 0530Pm-0815PM PDO-S230

F15

3 Baker

33613 COM 115-106 Public Speaking TR 1130Am-1245PM PA-358

F15

3 STAFF

F15

3 Lewis

F15

3 STAFF

F15

3 STAFF

F15

3 STAFF

F15

3 STAFF

F15

3 STAFF

F15

3 STAFF

34323 COM 115-107 Public Speaking MW 1000Am-1115AM PA-260B 33615 COM 115-108 Public Speaking TR 0100Pm-0215PM PA-319 33616 COM 115-109 Public Speaking MW 0100Pm-0215PM PA-255 34982 COM 115-110 Public Speaking MW 0230Pm-0345PM PA-261 33617 COM 115-151 Public Speaking W 0530Pm-0815PM PA-259 33618 COM 115-153 Public Speaking M 0530Pm-0815PM PA-216C 33624 COM 115-1H1 Public Speaking T 0530Pm-0645PM PA-216C

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

35159 COM 115-1L1 Public Speaking F 0900Am-1145AM PA-261

MS4

3 Collins

COM 115.1L1 is a team-taught Communication/History learning community. Students must register for the co-requisite, HIS 202.1L1.

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

33641 COM 125-05A Interpersonal Communication TR 1130Am-1245PM PDO-S215 F15

3 STAFF

33642 COM 125-05B Interpersonal Communication F 0230Pm-0515PM PDO-S232 MS4

3 STAFF

33640 COM 125-05C Interpersonal Communication MW 1000Am-1115AM PDO-S217 F15

3 STAFF

34988 COM 125-06A Interpersonal Communication R 0530Pm-0815PM PDO-S207 F15

3 STAFF

33643 COM 125-3H1 Interpersonal Communication R 0530Pm-0815PM PDO-S215 F15

3 Baker

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 33625 COM 115-026 Public Speaking S 0900Am-1145AM PRR-E110

MS4

3 STAFF

33626 COM 115-125 Public Speaking MW 0830Am-0945AM PRR-W117

F15

3 STAFF

33627 COM 115-126 Public Speaking TR 0830Am-0945AM PRR-W116

F15

3 STAFF

33628 COM 115-127 Public Speaking MW 1000Am-1115AM PRR-W117

F15

3 STAFF

33636 COM 125-101 Interpersonal Communication MW 0830Am-0945AM PA-364 F15

3 STAFF

33629 COM 115-128 Public Speaking TR 1000Am-1115AM PRR-W117

F15

3 STAFF

33637 COM 125-102 Interpersonal Communication TR 1000Am-1115AM PA-259 F15

3 STAFF

33630 COM 115-129 Public Speaking MW 1200Pm-0115PM PRR-e109

F15

3 Michael

34987 COM 125-103 Interpersonal Communication MW 1130Am-1245PM PA-358 F15

3 STAFF

33631 COM 115-130 Public Speaking TR 1130Am-1245PM PRR-t107

F15

3 STAFF

33639 COM 125-104 Interpersonal Communication TR 0100Pm-0215PM PA-261 F15

3 STAFF

33632 COM 115-131 Public Speaking TR 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-W117

F15

3 Michael

34989 COM 216-101 Principals of Speech Communication II 3 MW 1000Am-1115AM PA-216A F15 STAFF

33633 COM 115-132 Public Speaking MW 0230Pm-0345PM PRR-W117

F15

3 STAFF

33784 COM 220-101 Intercultural Communication MW 1130Am-1245PM PA-253 F15

3 Lewis

34984 COM 115-133 Public Speaking TR 1130Am-1245PM PRR-T111

F15

3 STAFF

33650 COM 225-101 Organizational Communication MW 1130Am-1245PM PA-216C F15

3 STAFF

34985 COM 115-134 Public Speaking MW 0230Pm-0345PM PRR-T107

F15

3 STAFF

34992 COM 225-151 Organizational Communication R 0530Pm-0815PM PA-352 F15

3 STAFF

33634 COM 115-175 Public Speaking TR 0530Pm-0645PM PRR-W117

F15

3 STAFF

33635 COM 115-176 Public Speaking W 0530Pm-0815PM PRR-W117

F15

3 STAFF

34981 COM 115-2H1 Public Speaking R 0530Pm-0815PM PRR-E112

F15

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

33644 COM 125-126 Interpersonal Communication MW 1000Am-1115AM PRR-T107 F15

3 STAFF

33645 COM 125-127 Interpersonal Communication TR 1130Am-1245PM PRR-W116 F15

3 Michael

33646 COM 125-128 Interpersonal Communication MW 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-W117 F15

3 STAFF

33647 COM 125-175 Interpersonal Communication M 0530Pm-0815PM PRR-W117 F15

3 STAFF

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


56 CRN

Code explanation and College location see page 23.

ALL CAMPUSES â&#x20AC;˘ SPRING 2010 COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

33648 COM 216-2L1 Principals of Speech Communication II 3 MW 1000Am-1115AM PRR-W116 F15 Collins COM 216.2L1 is a team-taught Communication/History learning community. Students must register for the co-requisite, HIS 202.2L1.

33649 COM 216-2L2 Principals of Speech Communication II 3 MW 0230Pm-0345PM PRR-W116 F15 Collins COM 216.2L2 is a team-taught Communication/History learning community. Students must register for the co-requisite, HIS 202.2L2.

33652 COM 225-125 Organizational Communication TR 1130Am-1245PM PRR-E110 F15

3 STAFF

34991 COM 225-2H1 Organizational Communication M 0530Pm-0815PM PRR-T108 F15

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

FALCON CAMPUS 33614 COM 115-1F1 Public Speaking TR 1130Am-1245PM PFN-122

F15

3 STAFF

34986 COM 115-1F2 Public Speaking MW 1000Am-1115AM PFN-113

F15

3 STAFF

33619 COM 115-1F6 Public Speaking W 0530Pm-0815PM PFN-122

F15

3 STAFF

33638 COM 125-1F1 Interpersonal Communication TR 0100Pm-0215PM PFN-122 F15

3 STAFF

34990 COM 217-1F6 Group Communication M 0530Pm-0815PM PFN-122

3 STAFF

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

32561 CNG 263-2H1 CISCO Network Associate IV 5 W 0400Pm-0530PM PRR-E204 BI2 reynolds Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction. Students may attend CISCO lectures at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS or Rampart Range Campus. Contact Nate.Wadman@ppcc.edu

DISTANCE EDUCATION 33712 CNG 101-1N1 Intro to Networking

3 F15 walters

34703 CNG 103-1N1 Wide Area Networks

3 F15 walters

COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 31967 CAD 100-101 Blueprint Reading for CAD TR 0100Pm-0245PM PB-305 F15

3 Wilson

31968 CAD 101-101 Computer Aided Drafting I MW 0100Pm-0250PM PB-305 F15

3 Wilson

31969 CAD 101-152 Computer Aided Drafting I MW 0600Pm-0750PM PB-305 F15

3 Whaley

32590 CAD 102-151 Computer Aided Drafting II MW 0700Pm-0850PM PA-219 F15

3 Vogt

31970 CAD 151-151 CAD/ Technical Drafting Applications 4 TR 0500Pm-0745PM PB-305 F15 Wilson F15

3 Wilson

31972 CAD 202-151 Computer Aided Drafting / 3D TR 0530Pm-0720PM PB-305 F15

3 Wilson

33066 CAD 219-101 3D/ Max TR 0300Pm-0450PM PB-305

F15

3 Wilson

COMPUTER & NETWORKING TECHNOLOGY

33727 CAD 220-101 3D/Max Advanced TR 0300Pm-0450PM PB-305

F15

3 Wilson

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

34478 CAD 255-101 SolidWorks/Mechanical MW 0400Pm-0550PM PB-305 F15

3 Wilson

F15

DISTANCE EDUCATION 33651 COM 225-1N1 Organizational Communication F15

33085 CNG 101-101 Intro to Networking MW 0100Pm-0215PM PA-226

3 STAFF

3 F15 walters

34704 CNG 262-1H1 CISCO Network Associate III 5 M 0530Pm-0650PM PB-304 BI1 wadman Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction. Students may attend CISCO lectures at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS or Rampart Range Campus. Contact Nate.Wadman@ppcc.edu.

34705 CNG 263-1H1 CISCO Network Associate IV 5 M 0530Pm-0650PM PB-304 BI2 wadman Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction. Students may attend CISCO lectures at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS or Rampart Range Campus. Contact Nate.Wadman@ppcc.edu.

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 32557 CNG 101-221 Intro to Networking TR 0830Am-1115AM PRR-E208

3 BI1 walters

34702 CNG 102-241 Local Area Networks TR 0830Am-1115AM PRR-E208

3 BI2 walters

32558 CNG 103-2H1 Wide Area Networks T 0100Pm-0345PM PRR-E208

3 BI1 walters

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

32559 CNG 104-2H1 Intro to TCP/IP R 0100Pm-0345PM PRR-E208

3 BI1 walters

31971 CAD 201-151 CAD / Custom TR 0530Pm-0720PM PB-305

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 33064 CAD 105-05A AutoCAD For Interiors MW 0100Pm-0345PM PDO-S103

F15

4 Koster

33409 CAD 121-05A Intermediate CAD II MW 1100Am-1250PM PDO-N210

F15

3 Kelly

CAD 121.05A is taught with an architectural emphasis

33068 CAD 224-05A Revit MW 0300Pm-0450PM PDO-N210

F15

3 STAFF

35172 CAD 227-06A Advanced Revit TR 0600Pm-0750PM PDO-N210

F15

3 Piazzoni

34483 CAD 102-175 Computer Aided Drafting II TR 0600Pm-0750PM PRR-W112 F15

3 Krawzyk

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

35100 CAD 121-026 Intermediate CAD II S 1230Pm-0420PM PRR-W112

MS4

3 STAFF

CAD 121.026 is taught with an architectural emphasis

MISCELLANEOUS CAMPUS 34482 CAD 280-031 Internship

F15

3 Wilson

34479 CAD 255-1N1 SolidWorks/Mechanical F15

3 Wilson

34481 CAD 259-1N1 Advanced Solidworks

3 Wilson

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

32585 CNG 108-2H1 Network Analysis & Design 3 T 0100Pm-0345PM PRR-E208 BI2 walters Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

32560 CNG 262-2H1 CISCO Network Associate III 5 W 0400Pm-0530PM PRR-E204 BI1 reynolds

DISTANCE EDUCATION

F15

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction. Students may attend CISCO lectures at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS or Rampart Range Campus. Contact Nate.Wadman@ppcc.edu

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COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

F15

3 STAFF

31733 CIS 118-102 Intro PC Applications MW 1000Am-1115AM PA-218

F15

3 STAFF

31734 CIS 118-103 Intro PC Applications MW 0100Pm-0215PM PA-215

3 F15 kuehn

31735 CIS 118-104 Intro PC Applications TR 0830Am-0945AM PA-215

F15

3 STAFF

31736 CIS 118-105 Intro PC Applications TR 1000Am-1115AM PA-218

3 F15 kuehn

33082 CIS 118-106 Intro PC Applications TR 1130Am-1245PM PA-218

3 F15 kuehn

31737 CIS 118-151 Intro PC Applications MW 0530Pm-0645PM PA-215

F15

3 STAFF

31738 CIS 118-152 Intro PC Applications TR 0700Pm-0815PM PA-224

F15

3 STAFF

33709 CIS 124-101 Intro to Operating Systems MW 1000Am-1115AM PA-224 F15

3 STAFF

34244 CIS 124-151 Intro to Operating Systems TR 0530Pm-0645PM PA-224 F15

3 STAFF

31739 CIS 155-101 PC Spreadsheet Concepts TR 1130Am-1245PM PA-226 F15

3 Riddle

31740 CIS 165-1H1 Complete Presentation Graphics F 0900Am-1145AM PA-215 F15

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

31741 CIS 202-1H1 Automated Project Mgmt: MS Project 3 T 0530Pm-0645PM PA-218 F15 meiklejohn Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 31743 CIS 118-05A Intro PC Applications MW 1130Am-1245PM PDO-S103

F15

3 STAFF

31744 CIS 118-06A Intro PC Applications TR 0530Pm-0645PM PDO-S103

F15

3 STAFF

34700 CIS 118-3H1 Intro PC Applications T 1000Am-1115AM PDO-S103

3 F15 meiklejohn

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

3 F15 meiklejohn

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 31745 CIS 118-125 Intro PC Applications F 0900Am-1145AM PRR-E210 31746 CIS 118-126 Intro PC Applications MW 1000Am-1115AM PRR-E212 33707 CIS 118-127 Intro PC Applications MW 0830Am-0945AM PRR-E212

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR F15

3 Rodie

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

31731 CIS 115-101 Intro to Computer Information Systems 3 MW 1130Am-1245PM PA-215 F15 riddle

34701 CIS 118-3H2 Intro PC Applications R 1000Am-1115AM PDO-S103

COURSE DAYS

34949 CIS 118-2H1 Intro PC Applications T 1000Am-1115AM PRR-E212

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

31732 CIS 118-101 Intro PC Applications MW 1000Am-1115AM PA-226

CRN

MS4

3 STAFF

F15

3 STAFF

F15

3 STAFF

33708 CIS 118-128 Intro PC Applications TR 0230Pm-0345PM PRR-E212

F15

3 STAFF

33083 CIS 118-132 Intro PC Applications TR 1130Am-0120PM PRR-E212

LAT

3 STAFF

CIS 118.132 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

34950 CIS 118-2H2 Intro PC Applications R 1000Am-1115AM PRR-E212

3 F15 rodie

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

34149 CIS 223-125 Linux MW 0830Am-0945AM PRR-E208

3 F15 walters

FALCON CAMPUS 33803 CIS 118-1F1 Intro PC Applications TR 0830Am-0945AM PFN-112

F15

3 STAFF

33804 CIS 118-1F6 Intro PC Applications MW 0700Pm-0815PM PFN-112

F15

3 STAFF

DISTANCE EDUCATION 31748 CIS 115-1N1 Intro to Computer Information Systems 3 F15 ohle 31749 CIS 118-1N1 Intro PC Applications

3 F15 meiklejohn

34502 CIS 124-1N1 Intro to Operating Systems 3 F15 deherrera 31751 CIS 135-1N1 Complete PC Word Processing 3 F15 rodie 31752 CIS 145-1N1 Complete PC Database

3 F15 rodie

31753 CIS 155-1N1 PC Spreadsheet Concepts 3 F15 ohle 31747 CIS 267-1N1 Management of Information Systems 3 F15 ohle

COMPUTER SCIENCE CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 31754 CSC 105-101 Computer Literacy MW 0830Am-0945AM PA-218

F15

3 STAFF

31756 CSC 105-103 Computer Literacy MW 1000Am-1115AM PA-219

F15

3 STAFF

31757 CSC 105-104 Computer Literacy MW 1130Am-1245PM PA-218

F15

3 STAFF

31758 CSC 105-105 Computer Literacy MW 0230Pm-0345PM PA-215

F15

3 STAFF

31760 CSC 105-107 Computer Literacy TR 1000Am-1115AM PA-224

F15

3 STAFF

31761 CSC 105-108 Computer Literacy TR 1130Am-1245PM PA-215

F15

3 STAFF

31762 CSC 105-109 Computer Literacy TR 0100Pm-0215PM PA-224

F15

3 STAFF

31763 CSC 105-110 Computer Literacy F 1200Pm-0245PM PA-215

MS4

3 STAFF

33086 CSC 105-111 Computer Literacy TR 0830Am-1020AM PA-219

LAT

3 STAFF

CSC 105.111 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

34503 CSC 105-112 Computer Literacy MW 1130Am-1245PM PA-224

F15

3 STAFF

34504 CSC 105-113 Computer Literacy TR 0230Pm-0345PM PA-215

F15

3 STAFF

31764 CSC 105-151 Computer Literacy MW 0530Pm-0645PM PA-224

F15

3 STAFF

31765 CSC 105-152 Computer Literacy MW 0700Pm-0815PM PA-215

F15

3 STAFF

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

33087 CSC 105-153 Computer Literacy TR 0530Pm-0645PM PA-226

F15

3 STAFF

34708 CSC 105-134 Computer Literacy MW 0230Pm-0345PM PRR-E212

F15

3 STAFF

34709 CSC 105-1H1 Computer Literacy M 1000Am-1115AM PA-215

3 F15 bailey

32568 CSC 105-175 Computer Literacy MW 0530Pm-0645PM PRR-E212

F15

3 STAFF

33088 CSC 105-176 Computer Literacy TR 0530Pm-0720PM PRR-E212

LAT

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

34710 CSC 105-1H2 Computer Literacy W 1000Am-1115AM PA-215

3 F15 bailey

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

34711 CSC 105-1H3 Computer Literacy T 1000Am-1115AM PA-215

3 STAFF

F15

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

34712 CSC 105-1H4 Computer Literacy R 1000Am-1115AM PA-215

3 STAFF

F15

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

31766 CSC 120-101 Prob Solving: Visual Basic MW 0100Pm-0250PM PA-218 F15

3 STAFF

Visual Basic programming for students not majoring in Computer Science

32577 CSC 126-101 Game Design & Development TR 0100Pm-0250PM PB-304 F15

3 Simpson

34757 CSC 126-102 Game Design & Development MW 0100Pm-0250PM PB-304 F15

3 Simpson

33737 CSC 154-101 Intro to MS Visual Basic.NET MW 1000Am-1150AM PB-204B F15

3 Simpson

31767 CSC 160-101 Computer Science I: C++ MW 0830Am-0945AM PB-204B

F15

4 Simpson

31768 CSC 160-151 Computer Science I: Java TR 0530Pm-0745PM PA-215 F15

4 STAFF

31769 CSC 161-1H1 Computer Science II M 0530Pm-0745PM PA-218

4 F15 deherrera

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

33738 CSC 225-1H1 Computer Architect/Assembly Language 4 W 0530Pm-0745PM PA-218 F15 STAFF Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

CSC 105.176 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

32575 CSC 120-125 Prob Solving: Visual Basic 3 TR 1000Am-1145AM PRR-E210 F15 ohle Visual Basic programming for students not majoring in Computer Science

34713 CSC 120-2H1 Prob Solving Visual Basic 3 W 1000Am-1215PM PRR-E210 LAT ohle CSC 120.2H1 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11. Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction.

34761 CSC 160-175 Computer Science I: C# TR 0530Pm-0745PM PRR-E210

F15

4 STAFF

33089 CSC 240-2H1 Java Programming W 0530Pm-0720PM PRR-E210

F15

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

FALCON CAMPUS 33805 CSC 105-1F1 Computer Literacy TR 1000Am-1115AM PFN-112

F15

3 STAFF

33806 CSC 105-1F2 Computer Literacy S 0900Am-1145AM PFN-112

MS4

3 STAFF

DISTANCE EDUCATION 31783 CSC 105-1N1 Computer Literacy

F15

3 Simpson

32576 CSC 120-1N1 Prob Solving: Visual Basic 3 F15 ohle

COMPUTER WEB-BASED CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 32591 CSC 105-051 Computer Literacy S 0900Am-1140AM PDO-S103

WKC

3 STAFF

32569 CSC 105-05A Computer Literacy MW 1000Am-1115AM PDO-S103

F15

3 STAFF

32570 CSC 105-05B Computer Literacy TR 0230Pm-0345PM PDO-S103

F15

3 STAFF

32571 CSC 105-06A Computer Literacy TR 0700Pm-0815PM PDO-S103

F15

3 STAFF

32562 CSC 105-126 Computer Literacy MW 1000Am-1115AM PRR-E207

F15

3 STAFF

32563 CSC 105-127 Computer Literacy MW 1130Am-1245PM PRR-E212

F15

3 STAFF

32564 CSC 105-128 Computer Literacy MW 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-E212

F15

3 STAFF

32565 CSC 105-129 Computer Literacy TR 0830Am-0945AM PRR-E207

F15

3 STAFF

32566 CSC 105-130 Computer Literacy TR 1000Am-1115AM PRR-E207

F15

3 STAFF

32567 CSC 105-131 Computer Literacy TR 1130Am-1245PM PRR-E207

F15

3 STAFF

34706 CSC 105-132 Computer Literacy MW 1130Am-1245PM PRR-E207

F15

3 STAFF

34707 CSC 105-133 Computer Literacy TR 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-E210

F15

3 STAFF

31785 CWB 110-101 Complete Web Author: HTML TR 1000Am-1115AM PA-226 F15

3 STAFF

DISTANCE EDUCATION 33090 CWB 110-1N1 Complete Web Author: HTML 3 F15 deherrera

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 31292 CRJ 110-175 Intro to Criminal Justice 3 M 0530Pm-0815PM PRR-E113 F15 Hilte

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 31251 CRJ 110-101 Intro to Criminal Justice T 1000Am-1245PM PA-151 F15

3 Merson

31252 CRJ 110-102 Intro to Criminal Justice R 0100Pm-0345PM PA-151 F15

3 Merson

31254 CRJ 111-151 Substantive Criminal Law T 0530Pm-0815PM PA-150 F15

FALCON CAMPUS 34779 CRJ 110-1F1 Intro to Criminal Justice T 0100Pm-0345PM PFN-127 F15

3 McAlpine

3 Devaux

34780 CRJ 125-1F1 Law Enforcement Operations R 0100Pm-0345PM PFN-127 F15

3 McAlpine

34783 CRJ 112-151 Procedural Criminal Law R 0530Pm-0815PM PA-151 F15

3 Devaux

MISCELLANEOUS CAMPUS

32946 CRJ 118-101 Report Writing T 1000Am-1245PM PA-170

F15

3 Morris

32947 CRJ 125-101 Law Enforcement Operations W 1000Am-1245PM PA-151 F15

3 Merson

34785 CRJ 125-102 Law Enforcement Operations M 1000Am-1245PM PA-170 F15

3 Merson

31255 CRJ 127-151 Crime Scene Investigation W 0530Pm-0815PM PA-151 F15

3 Saviano

34784 CRJ 145-101 Correctional Process R 1000Am-1245PM PA-151

F15

3 Merson

F15

3 Thorson

31256 CRJ 145-151 Correctional Process M 0530Pm-0815PM PA-227 31257 CRJ 167-151 Fingerprinting T 0530Pm-0935PM PA-151

F15

3 Saviano

34781 CRJ 205-151 Principles of Criminal Law M 0530Pm-0815PM PA-151 F15

3 Devaux

31259 CRJ 208-101 Criminal Evidence M 0100Pm-0345PM PA-151

F15

3 Devaux

F15

3 Devaux

F15

3 Saviano

F15

3 Morris

34782 CRJ 208-102 Criminal Evidence R 0100Pm-0345PM PA-170 31272 CRJ 209-101 Criminal Investigation I W 1000Am-1245PM PB-204A 32948 CRJ 210-101 Constitutional Law M 1000Am-1245PM PA-151 31273 CRJ 210-102 Constitutional Law M 0100Pm-0345PM PA-110

F15

3 Morris

31274 CRJ 211-101 Criminal Investigation II T 1000Am-1245PM PB-204A F15

3 Klismet

31275 CRJ 216-101 Juvenile Law & Procedures M 1000Am-1245PM PB-204A F15

3 Klismet

31283 CRJ 216-102 Juvenile Law & Procedures W 0100Pm-0345PM PA-150 F15

3 Klismet

31278 CRJ 220-101 Human Relations & Social Conflict 3 M 0100Pm-0345PM PA-150 F15 Klismet 31279 CRJ 220-102 Human Relations & Social Conflict 3 R 1000Am-1245PM PA-170 F15 Klismet 31284 CRJ 225-101 Crisis Intervention T 0100Pm-0345PM PA-170 31280 CRJ 230-101 Criminology T 0100Pm-0345PM PA-151 34796 CRJ 230-102 Criminology W 1000Am-1245PM PA-170

F15

3 Merson

F15

3 Morris

F15

3 Morris

33783 CRJ 245-151 Interview & Interrogation T 0530Pm-0815PM PA-170 F15

3 Bjorndahl

31281 CRJ 246-151 Traffic Investigation M 0530Pm-0815PM PB-226

F15

3 Ensminger

F15

3 Klismet

34795 CRJ 268-101 Criminal Profiling T 0100Pm-0345PM PA-150

31333 CRJ 280-031 Internship: Patrol

F15

2 Ensminger

31334 CRJ 280-032 Internship: Investigations F15

2 STAFF

31335 CRJ 280-033 Internship: Corrections F15

2 McAlpine

DISTANCE EDUCATION 34788 CRJ 110-2N1 Intro to Criminal Justice BI1

3 Morris

34789 CRJ 110-3N1 Intro to Criminal Justice BI2

3 Morris

34786 CRJ 118-2N1 Report Writing

BI1

3 Merson

34787 CRJ 118-3N1 Report Writing

BI2

3 Merson

31294 CRJ 125-1N1 Law Enforcement Operations F15

3 Engel

31295 CRJ 145-1N1 Correctional Process

F15

31326 CRJ 146-1N1 Community Based Corrections F15

3 Thorson 3 Thorson

34790 CRJ 205-2N1 Principles of Criminal Law BI1

3 Merson

34791 CRJ 205-3N1 Principles of Criminal Law BI2

3 Merson

34792 CRJ 208-2N1 Criminal Evidence

BI1

3 Merson

34793 CRJ 208-3N1 Criminal Evidence

BI2

3 Merson

31327 CRJ 209-1N1 Criminal Investigation I

F15

3 Engel

34797 CRJ 210-2N1 Constitutional Law

BI1

3 Morris

34798 CRJ 210-3N1 Constitutional Law

BI2

3 Morris

31329 CRJ 215-1N1 Constitutional Rights Inmates F15

3 Thorson

31330 CRJ 216-1N1 Juvenile Law & Procedures F15

3 Engel

31331 CRJ 219-1N1 Police Intelligence

2 Engel

F15

34799 CRJ 220-3N1 Human Relations & Social Conflict 3 BI2 Morris 34800 CRJ 230-2N1 Criminology

BI1

3 Morris

34801 CRJ 230-3N1 Criminology

BI2

3 Morris

34802 CRJ 249-3N1 Penology

BI2

3 Morris

31332 CRJ 255-1N1 Organ Mgmt of Correctional Institutions 3 F15 Thorson

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

CULINARY ARTS

31418 CUA 261-101 Cost Controls R 1200Pm-0245PM PB-236

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

31408 CUA 262-101 Purchasing/Hospitality Indust T 1100Am-0145PM PB-236 F15

31336 CUA 101-101 Food Safety & Sanitation 2 R 0800Am-0950AM PB-236 F15 Hudson 32803 CUA 101-151 Food Safety & Sanitation 2 R 0615Pm-0805PM PB-236 F15 Hudson 35038 CUA 105-021 Food Serv Concepts/Mgmt Skill S 0130Pm-0415PM PB-204A MS4

3 Antonow

31338 CUA 105-101 Food Serv Concepts/Mgmt Skill 3 MW 0800Am-0915AM PB-236 F15 Harvey 32584 CUA 105-102 Food Serv Concepts/Mgmt Skill 3 MW 0400Pm-0515PM PB-236 F15 Hudson 31340 CUA 116-101 Cater/Buffets/Tableside Cook 3 TR 0400Pm-0610PM PB-301 F15 Hino 31341 CUA 120-101 Wines & Spirits M 1200Pm-0245PM PB-206A

2 F15 Hudson

32949 CUA 120-151 Wines & Spirits M 0530Pm-0815PM PB-204A

F15

2 Painter

F15

4 Block

F15

4 Block

31353 CUA 127-101 Soups, Sauces, & Consommes MW 0300Pm-0510PM PB-204A F15

3 McCarver

32950 CUA 125-101 Introduction to Foods MW 1200Pm-0245PM PB-236 32951 CUA 125-151 Introduction to Foods MW 0530Pm-0815PM PA-170

32952 CUA 129-101 Center of the Plate TR 0230Pm-0515PM PB-204A 32953 CUA 129-151 Center of the Plate TR 0530Pm-0815PM PB-204A 35037 CUA 145-021 Introduction to Baking S 0800Am-0120PM PB-205 32954 CUA 145-101 Introduction to Baking M 0800Am-0120PM PB-205 32955 CUA 145-102 Introduction to Baking W 0415Pm-0935PM PB-205

F15

4 Painter

F15

4 Painter

MS4

4 Bender

F15

4 Schmitz

F15

4 Bender

31372 CUA 150-101 Baking: Decorating/Presentation 3 T 1200Pm-0405PM PB-205 F15 Paradiso 31373 CUA 151-101 Baking: Interm Bread Prep R 0130Pm-0535PM PB-205 F15

3 Paradiso

31374 CUA 152-101 Individual Fancy Dessert Pdn W 1200Pm-0405PM PB-205 F15

3 Paradiso

34474 CUA 153-101 Confectionaries & Petit Fours T 0430Pm-0835PM PB-205 F15

3 Smith

31375 CUA 156-101 Nutrition/Hospitality Prof F 0900Am-1145AM PB-236 MS4

3 Bender

31376 CUA 156-151 Nutrition/Hospitality Prof 3 T 0500Pm-0745PM PB-236 F15 Hudson 33684 CUA 157-101 Menu Planning TR 0230Pm-0345PM PB-301

3 F15 Hudson

34025 CUA 161-101 Adv Cake Decorating – Wedding M 0200Pm-0445PM PB-205 F15

2 Paradiso

31395 CUA 210-151 Adv Cuisine & Garde Manger 4 MW 0600Pm-0845PM PB-301 F15 Hino 31397 CUA 233-101 Advanced Line Prep & Cookery 4 MW 1145Am-0230PM PB-301 F15 Hino 31416 CUA 236-101 Advanced Baking F 1230Pm-0315PM PB-205 32959 CUA 245-101 International Cuisine F 1230Pm-0315PM PB-204A

MS4

2 Paradiso

MS4

2 Painter

33686 CUA 255-151 Supervis/Hospitality Industry MW 0600Pm-0715PM PA-355 F15

3 Block

31400 CUA 256-101 Mkt in Hospitality Industry T 0800Am-1045AM PB-236 F15

3 Smith

F15

3 McCarver 3 Smith

31411 CUA 263-101 Legal Aspects/Hospitality Mgt 3 MW 1000Am-1115AM PB-236 F15 Harvey 34475 CUA 263-151 Legal Aspects/Hospitality Mgt TR 0600Pm-0715PM PB-304 F15 32960 CUA 281-031 Internship M 0300Pm-0350PM PB-236

3 Antonow

F15

4 Smith

33470 DAN 105-051 Hip Hop Dance I S 1200Pm-0150PM PDO-S105

MS4

1 Moore

35023 DAN 105-05A Hip Hop Dance I W 0200Pm-0350PM PDO-S105

F15

1 Ford

33070 DAN 105-06A Hip Hop Dance I M 0530Pm-0720PM PDO-S105

F15

1 Ford

35024 DAN 105-06B Hip Hop Dance I W 0730Pm-0920PM PDO-S105

F15

1 Russ

34257 DAN 106-051 Hip Hop Dance II S 1200Pm-0150PM PDO-S105

MS4

35025 DAN 106-05A Hip Hop Dance II W 0200Pm-0350PM PDO-S105

F15

1 Ford

34258 DAN 106-06A Hip Hop Dance II M 0530Pm-0720PM PDO-S105

F15

1 Ford

35026 DAN 106-06B Hip Hop Dance II W 0730Pm-0920PM PDO-S105

F15

1 Russ

33717 DAN 111-053 Modern Dance I MW 1000Am-1150AM PDO-S105

BI1

1 Conoley

DANCE DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS

1 Moore

Audition required. Please contact chair of dance department, ila.conoley@ppcc.edu.

33718 DAN 111-055 Modern Dance I MW 1000Am-1150AM PDO-S105

BI2

1 Ford

Audition required. Please contact chair of dance department, ila.conoley@ppcc.edu.

31973 DAN 111-05A Modern Dance I F 1000Am-1150AM PDO-S105

MS4

1 Ford

31974 DAN 111-06A Modern Dance I W 0530Pm-0720PM PDO-S105

F15

1 Baker

Previous experience required. Please contact chair of dance department, ila.conoley@ppcc.edu.

33719 DAN 112-053 Modern Dance II MW 1000Am-1150AM PDO-S105

BI1

1 Conoley

Audition required. Please contact chair of dance department, ila.conoley@ppcc.edu.

33720 DAN 112-055 Modern Dance II MW 1000Am-1150AM PDO-S105

BI2

1 Ford

Audition required. Please contact chair of dance department, ila.conoley@ppcc.edu.

31975 DAN 112-05A Modern Dance II F 1000Am-1150AM PDO-S105

MS4

1 Ford

31976 DAN 112-06A Modern Dance II W 0530Pm-0720PM PDO-S105

F15

1 Baker

Previous experience required. Please contact chair of dance department, ila.conoley@ppcc.edu.

33721 DAN 113-053 Modern Dance III MW 1000Am-1150AM PDO-S105

BI1

1 Conoley

Audition required. Please contact chair of dance department, ila.conoley@ppcc.edu.

33722 DAN 113-055 Modern Dance III MW 1000Am-1150AM PDO-S105

BI2

1 Ford

Audition required. Please contact chair of dance department, ila.conoley@ppcc.edu.

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

31978 DAN 113-06A Modern Dance III W 0530Pm-0720PM PDO-S105

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR F15

1 Baker

Previous experience required. Please contact chair of dance department, ila.conoley@ppcc.edu.

33724 DAN 114-053 Modern Dance IV MW 1000Am-1150AM PDO-S105

BI1

1 Conoley

Audition required. Please contact chair of dance department, ila.conoley@ppcc.edu.

33723 DAN 114-055 Modern Dance IV MW 1000Am-1150AM PDO-S105

BI2

1 Ford

Audition required. Please contact chair of dance department, ila.conoley@ppcc.edu.

31980 DAN 114-06A Modern Dance IV W 0530Pm-0720PM PDO-S105

F15

1 Baker

Previous experience required. Please contact chair of dance department, ila.conoley@ppcc.edu.

31981 DAN 121-05A Jazz I F 0100Pm-0250PM

PDO-S105

MS4

1 Ford

31982 DAN 122-05A Jazz II F 0100Pm-0250PM

PDO-S105

MS4

1 Ford

31983 DAN 123-05A Jazz III F 0100Pm-0250PM

PDO-N101

MS4

1 Ford

31984 DAN 124-05A Jazz IV F 0100Pm-0250PM

PDO-N101

MS4

1 Ford

33184 DAN 125-05A History of Dance I: AH1 F 1000Am-1250PM PDO-S232

MS4

3 Pagel

35027 DAN 129-05A Introduction to Dance TR 0300Pm-0430PM PDO-N101

LAT

1 Conoley

DAN 129.05A is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

31986 DAN 131-051 Ballet I S 1000Am-1150AM

PDO-S105

WKC

31987 DAN 131-053 Ballet I TR 1000Am-1150AM

PDO-S105

BI1

1 Baker 1 Conoley

Audition required. Please contact chair of dance department, ila.conoley@ppcc.edu.

33071 DAN 131-055 Ballet I TR 1000Am-1150AM

PDO-S105

BI2

1 Conoley

Audition required. Please contact chair of dance department, ila.conoley@ppcc.edu.

35028 DAN 131-05A Ballet I R 0100Pm-0250PM

PDO-N101

F15

1 Ford

33713 DAN 131-06A Ballet I T 0530Pm-0720PM PDO-S105

F15

1 Conoley

Previous experience required. Please contact chair of dance department, ila.conoley@ppcc.edu.

31988 DAN 132-051 Ballet II S 1000Am-1150AM 31989 DAN 132-053 Ballet II TR 1000Am-1150AM

PDO-S105 PDO-S105

WKC BI1

1 Baker 1 Conoley

Audition required. Please contact chair of dance department, ila.conoley@ppcc.edu.

33072 DAN 132-055 Ballet II TR 1000Am-1150AM

PDO-S105

BI2

1 Conoley

Audition required. Please contact chair of dance department, ila.conoley@ppcc.edu.

35029 DAN 132-05A Ballet II R 0100Pm-0250PM

PDO-N101

F15

1 Ford

33714 DAN 132-06A Ballet II T 0530Pm-0720PM PDO-S105

F15

1 Conoley

Previous experience required. Please contact chair of dance department, ila.conoley@ppcc.edu.

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

31990 DAN 133-051 Ballet III S 1000Am-1150AM

PDO-N101

WKC

31991 DAN 133-053 Ballet III TR 1000Am-1150AM

PDO-S105

BI1

1 Ford 1 Conoley

Audition required. Please contact chair of dance department, ila.conoley@ppcc.edu.

33073 DAN 133-055 Ballet III TR 1000Am-1150AM

PDO-S105

BI2

1 Conoley

Audition required. Please contact chair of dance department, ila.conoley@ppcc.edu.

33715 DAN 133-06A Ballet III T 0530Pm-0720PM PDO-S105

F15

1 Conoley

Previous experience required. Please contact chair of dance department, ila.conoley@ppcc.edu.

31992 DAN 134-051 Ballet IV S 1000Am-1150AM

PDO-N101

MS4

31993 DAN 134-053 Ballet IV TR 1000Am-1150AM

PDO-S105

BI1

1 Ford 1 Conoley

Audition required. Please contact chair of dance department, ila.conoley@ppcc.edu.

33074 DAN 134-055 Ballet IV TR 1000Am-1150AM

PDO-S105

BI2

1 Conoley

Audition required. Please contact chair of dance department, ila.conoley@ppcc.edu.

33716 DAN 134-06A Ballet IV T 0530Pm-0720PM PDO-S105

F15

1 Conoley

Previous experience required. Please contact chair of dance department, ila.conoley@ppcc.edu.

35030 DAN 141-05A Ballroom Dance MW 0200Pm-0255PM PDO-N101

F15

1 Ryan

DAN 141.05A students are introduced to dances such as Salsa/ Mambo, Rumba, Tango, Foxtrot, and Waltz.

31994 DAN 141-06A Ballroom Dance R 0700Pm-0850PM PDO-S105

F15

1 Kuman

DAN 141.06A students are introduced to dances such as Salsa/ Mambo, Rumba, Tango, Foxtrot, and Waltz

35031 DAN 141-06B Ballroom Dance M 0730Pm-0920PM PDO-S105

F15

1 Kuman

DAN 141.06B students are introduced to dances such as Salsa/ Mambo, Rumba, Tango, Foxtrot, and Waltz.

35032 DAN 142-05A Ballroom Dance II MW 0200Pm-0255PM PDO-N101

F15

1 Ryan

DAN 142.05A students are introduced to more advanced patterns, technique, and terminology of dances such as Salsa/Mambo, Rumba, Tango, Foxtrot, Waltz, and Samba. Previous experience required. Please contact chair of dance department, ila.conoley@ppcc.edu.

33725 DAN 142-06A Ballroom Dance II R 0700Pm-0850PM PDO-S105

F15

1 Kuman

DAN 142.06A students are introduced to more advanced patterns, technique, and terminology of dances such as Salsa/Mambo, Rumba, Tango, Foxtrot, Waltz, and Samba. Previous experience required. Please contact chair of dance department, ila.conoley@ppcc.edu

35033 DAN 142-06B Ballroom Dance II M 0730Pm-0920PM PDO-S105

F15

1 Kuman

DAN 142.06B students are introduced to more advanced patterns, technique, and terminology of dances such as Salsa/Mambo, Rumba, Tango, Foxtrot, Waltz, and Samba. Previous experience required. Please contact chair of dance department, ila.conoley@ppcc.edu.

33726 DAN 143-06A Tap I T 0730Pm-0920PM PDO-S105

F15

1 Ford

31995 DAN 151-05A Belly Dance I T 0100Pm-0250PM PDO-N101

F15

1 STAFF

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

31996 DAN 151-06A Belly Dance I R 0500Pm-0650PM PDO-S105

F15

1 STAFF

31997 DAN 152-06A Belly Dance II R 0700Pm-0850PM PDO-N101

F15

1 STAFF

31998 DAN 211-05A Dance Composition TR 1230Pm-0250PM PDO-S105

F15

3 Conoley

31999 DAN 221-05A Dance Performance I MW 1200Pm-0150PM PDO-S105

F15

2 Conoley

Audition required. Please contact chair of dance department, ila.conoley@ppcc.edu.

32000 DAN 222-05A Dance Performance II MW 1200Pm-0150PM PDO-S105

F15

2 Conoley

Audition required. Please contact chair of dance department, ila.conoley@ppcc.edu.

34260 DAN 251-06A Belly Dance III R 0700Pm-0850PM PDO-N101

F15

1 STAFF

Previous experience required. Please contact chair of dance department, ila.conoley@ppcc.edu.

DENTAL ASSISTING

Each new dental assisting student should register for DEA 120-125, DEA 121-125. Other DEA courses must be approved by a dental assisting advisor.

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

32287 DEA 132-125 Medical Emergencies 2 M 0900Am-0950AM PRR-E102 F15 reed W 0100Pm-0230PM PRR-W202 32288 DEA 132-126 Medical Emergencies 2 M 0900Am-0950AM PRR-E102 F15 reed M 0100Pm-0230PM PRR-W202 32289 DEA 132-127 Medical Emergencies 2 M 0900Am-0950AM PRR-E102 F15 reed W 0930Am-1100AM PRR-W202 32290 DEA 134-125 Prevent/Nutrition Dentistry 2 T 0800Am-0850AM PRR-E109 F15 reed T 1100Am-1230PM PRR-W202 32291 DEA 134-126 Prevent/Nutrition Dentistry 2 T 0800Am-0850AM PRR-E109 F15 reed R 0900Am-1030AM PRR-W202 32292 DEA 134-127 Prevent/Nutrition Dentistry 2 T 0800Am-0850AM PRR-E109 F15 reed T 0100Pm-0230PM PRR-W202 32294 DEA 205-175 Expanded Functions for Dental Aux 4 TR 0600Pm-0845PM PRR-W203 F15 truitt 34559 DEA 205-176 Expanded Functions for Dental Aux 4 MW 0600Pm-0845PM PRR-W203 F15 triutt

Full-time continuing dental assisting students should register for one of the registration options listed below. Deviations from these options must be approved by a dental assisting advisor.

MISCELLANEOUS CAMPUS

Option 1: DEA 111-125, DEA 122-125, DEA 124-125, DEA 131-125, DEA 132-125, DEA 134-125 and DEA 181-241

DIESEL POWER MECHANICS

Option 2: DEA 111-125, DEA 122-126, DEA 124-126, DEA 131-126, DEA 132-126, DEA 134-126 and DEA 181-241

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

Option 3: DEA 111-125, DEA 122-127, DEA 124-127, DEA 131-127, DEA 132-127, DEA 134-127 and DEA 181-241 Part-time continuing dental assisting students should meet with a dental assisting advisor, before registering for DEA courses, to ensure the appropriate courses are taken.

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 32277 DEA 111-125 Dental Office Management 2 F 0900Am-1150AM PRR-E102 MS4 reed 32278 DEA 120-125 Intro to Dental Practices 1 R 0800Am-0850AM PRR-W218 F15 damphousse 32279 DEA 121-125 Dental Science I MW 1030Am-1150AM PRR-W218

3 F15 damphousse

32280 DEA 122-125 Dental Science II MWF 0800Am-0850AM PRR-E102

3 F15 reed

32281 DEA 124-125 Dental Materials II 3 M 1200Pm-1250PM PRR-E102 F15 delgesso M 0100Pm-0400PM PRR-W203 32282 DEA 124-126 Dental Materials II 3 M 1200Pm-1250PM PRR-E102 F15 delgesso W 0930Am-1230PM PRR-W203 32283 DEA 124-127 Dental Materials II 3 M 1200Pm-1250PM PRR-E102 F15 delgesso W 0100Pm-0400PM PRR-W203 32284 DEA 131-125 Advanced Dental Radiography 3 T 1000Am-1050AM PRR-E102 F15 delgesso T 0100Pm-0400PM PRR-W203 32285 DEA 131-126 Advanced Dental Radiography 3 T 1000Am-1050AM PRR-E102 F15 delgesso R 0100Pm-0400PM PRR-W203 32286 DEA 131-127 Advanced Dental Radiography 3 T 1000Am-1050AM PRR-E102 F15 delgesso R 0900Am-1200PM PRR-W203

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

32293 DEA 181-031 Clinical Internship I

BI2

1 STAFF

32984 DPM 100-211 Intro to Diesel Mechanics MW 0100Pm-0330PM PB-255 BI1

2 Jergens

32986 DPM 100-251 Intro to Diesel Mechanics MW 0600Pm-0830PM PB-255 BI1

2 Jergens

32987 DPM 101-211 Diesel Shop Orientation MW 0335Pm-0555PM PB-255

BI1

2 Jergens

32989 DPM 101-251 Diesel Shop Orientation MW 0835Pm-1055PM PB-255

BI1

2 Jergens

34941 DPM 105-211 Heavy Duty Powertrains I TR 0100Pm-0440PM PB-255 BI1

3 Jergens

34942 DPM 105-251 Heavy Duty Powertrains I TR 0600Pm-0940PM PB-255 BI1

3 Jergens

32990 DPM 106-211 Diesel Fuel Systems TR 0100Pm-0440PM PB-255

3 Jergens

BI1

DPM 106.211 must be taken concurrently with DPM 210.211

32991 DPM 106-251 Diesel Fuel Systems TR 0600Pm-0940PM PB-255

BI1

3 Jergens

DPM 106.251 must be taken concurrently with DPM 210.251

34943 DPM 107-211 Four-Wheel/Front-Wheel Drive TR 0100Pm-0555PM PB-255 BI1

4 Jergens

32003 DPM 107-251 Four-Wheel/Front-Wheel Drive TR 0600Pm-1055PM PB-255 BI1

4 Jergens

34944 DPM 121-211 Hydraulic Systems I TR 0100Pm-0440PM PB-255

BI1

3 Jergens

34287 DPM 121-251 Hydraulic Systems I TR 0600Pm-0940PM PB-255

BI1

3 Jergens

34945 DPM 122-231 Hydraulic Systems II TR 0100Pm-0440PM PB-255

BI2

3 Jergens

34946 DPM 122-271 Hydraulic Systems II TR 0600Pm-0940PM PB-255

BI2

3 Jergens

32992 DPM 205-231 Heavy Duty Powertrains II TR 0100Pm-0440PM PB-255 BI2

3 Jergens

34389 DPM 205-271 Heavy Duty Powertrains II TR 0600Pm-0940PM PB-255 BI2

3 Jergens

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

32994 DPM 206-231 Heavy Duty Brakes I TR 0100Pm-0440PM PB-255 32995 DPM 206-271 Heavy Duty Brakes I TR 0600Pm-0940PM PB-255 32996 DPM 210-211 Diesel Air Induction MW 0445Pm-0555PM PB-255

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR BI2

3 Jergens

BI2

3 Jergens

BI1

1 Jergens

DPM 210.211 must be taken concurrently with DPM 106.211

32997 DPM 210-251 Diesel Air Induction MW 0945Pm-1055PM PB-255

BI1

1 Jergens

DPM 210.251 must be taken concurrently with DPM 106.251

34947 DPM 222-231 H/D Lighting & Instrumentation MW 0100Pm-0555PM PB-255 BI2

4 Jergens

34948 DPM 222-271 H/D Lighting & Instrumentation MW 0600Pm-1055PM PB-255 BI2

4 Jergens

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

FALCON CAMPUS 34737 ECE 101-1F6 Intro to Early Childhood Education R 0530Pm-0815PM PFN-113 F15

3 STAFF

33749 ECE 103-1F6 Guidance Strategies for Children T 0530Pm-0815PM PFN-113 F15

3 STAFF

MISCELLANEOUS CAMPUS Students who register in one of the following lab or practicum classes must attend one of the orientations below the first week of class to receive a syllabus and placement site. Campus-based or community-based placement sites can be utilized and are assigned on an individual basis. Students need to verify their current contact information in the PPCC computer system so that the student can be contacted by the instructor if necessary. Orientation, CENTENNIAL CAMPUS, Room PA-216B Wednesday, January 20............ 5:00 – 6:15 p.m. Saturday, January 23............... 8:00 – 9:15 a.m.

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 33763 ECE 101-021 Intro to Early Childhood Education F 0500Pm-0800PM PA-216B MS4 S 0900Am-0205PM PA-216B

3 STAFF

ECE 101.021 students must attend both Friday & Saturday on all five weekends: Jan 22, 23; Feb 5, 6; Mar 5, 6; Apr 9, 10; Apr 30, May 1

34489 ECE 101-101 Intro to Early Childhood Education TR 0100Pm-0215PM PA-216B F15

3 STAFF

31414 ECE 101-151 Intro to Early Childhood Education M 0600Pm-0845PM PA-216B F15

3 STAFF

34490 ECE 103-021 Guidance Strategies for Children F 0500Pm-0800PM PA-216b MS4 S 0900Am-0205PM PA-216b

3 STAFF

ECE 103.021 students must attend both Friday and Saturday on all five weekends: Jan 29, 30; Feb 19, 20; Mar 12, 13; Apr 23, 24; May 7, 8

33748 ECE 103-101 Guidance Strategies for Children M 1230Pm-0315PM PA-216B F15

3 STAFF

31435 ECE 103-151 Guidance Strategies for Children T 0600Pm-0845PM PA-216B F15

3 STAFF

34735 ECE 191-151 School Age Theory & Practice MW 0730Pm-0845PM PA-363 F15

3 STAFF

31425 ECE 205-101 Nutrition, Health & Safety 3 W 1230Pm-0315PM PA-216B F15 bender 31426 ECE 220-151 Curriculum Development R 0600Pm-0845PM PA-216B F15

3 STAFF

33751 ECE 226-151 Creativity & the Young Child W 0600Pm-0845PM PA-216B F15

3 STAFF

34491 ECE 238-101 Child Growth & Development 4 W 0800Am-1045AM PA-216B F15 palarino ECE 238.101 includes a one-credit hour lab TBA

31427 ECE 240-151 Admin of ECE Programs MW 0600Pm-0715PM PA-260A

3 F15 palarino

31428 ECE 241-101 Admin: Human Relations for ECE F 0800Am-1045AM PA-216B MS4

3 STAFF

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 33747 ECE 101-175 Intro to Early Childhood Education T 0600Pm-0845PM PRR-t111 F15

3 STAFF

31422 ECE 111-125 Infant & Toddler Theory & Practice 3 M 0800Am-1045AM PRR-W101 F15 bender 34207 ECE 240-175 Admin of ECE Programs R 0600Pm-0845PM PRR-t111

F15

3 STAFF

34736 ECE 241-175 Admin:Human Relations for ECE W 0600Pm-0845PM PRR-E113 F15

3 STAFF

34492 ECE 260-175 Exceptional Child M 0600Pm-0845PM PRR-t109

3 STAFF

F15

31440 ECE 102-031 Intro to Early Childhood Lab 3 F15 palarino 31442 ECE 112-031 Intro to Infant/Toddler Lab Techniques 3 F15 anstett 31444 ECE 113-031 Infant/Toddler Lab Techniques II 3 F15 anstett 31446 ECE 192-031 School Age Lab Techniques 3 F15 anstett 31447 ECE 261-031 Exceptional Child Lab Techniques 3 F15 bender 31448 ECE 279-031 Seminar

3 F15 palarino

33223 ECE 289-031 Capstone:Early Childhood Education 5 F15 palarino

ECONOMICS CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 31449 ECO 201-101 Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1 MW 0830Am-0945AM PA-225 F15

3 Shaffer

31450 ECO 201-102 Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1 MW 1130Am-1245PM PA-225 F15

3 Shaffer

31451 ECO 201-103 Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1 MW 0230Pm-0345PM PA-225 F15

3 Shaffer

31452 ECO 201-104 Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PA-225 F15

3 Shaffer

34979 ECO 201-105 Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1 MW 1130Am-1245PM PA-313 F15

3 Robinette

33695 ECO 201-151 Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1 TR 0700Pm-0815PM PA-225 F15

3 Knapp

31453 ECO 202-101 Prin of Microeconomics: SS1 MW 1000Am-1115AM PA-225 F15

3 Shaffer

33697 ECO 202-102 Prin of Microeconomics: SS1 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PA-255 F15

3 Robinette

31454 ECO 202-151 Prin of Microeconomics: SS1 TR 0530Pm-0645PM PA-225 F15

3 Knapp

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 31456 ECO 201-05A Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1 F 0230Pm-0515PM PDO-S217 MS4

3 Kirk

31455 ECO 202-051 Prin of Microeconomics: SS1 S 1200Pm-0245PM PDO-S213 WKC

3 Kirk

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

DISTANCE EDUCATION

31457 ECO 201-125 Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1 MW 0830Am-0945AM PRR-T111 F15

3 Flora

31211 EDU 221-1N1 Introduction to Education F15

3 STAFF

31458 ECO 201-126 Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-E208 F15

3 Pfeffer

34764 EDU 221-1N2 Introduction to Education F15

3 STAFF

32961 ECO 201-127 Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1 MW 0230Pm-0345PM PRR-T111 F15

3 Foret

34765 EDU 250-1N1 CTE in Colorado

F15

1 STAFF

31459 ECO 201-128 Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1 TR 1000Am-1115AM PRR-T111 F15

3 Flora

34120 EDU 260-1N1 Adult Learning & Teaching F15

3 STAFF

31460 ECO 201-129 Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-T111 F15

3 Gray

33694 ECO 201-130 Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1 TR 0230Pm-0345PM PRR-T111 F15

3 Gray

31461 ECO 201-175 Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1 MW 0530Pm-0645PM PRR-T111 F15

3 Peterson

34993 ELT 106-211 Fundamentals of DC/AC MT 0100Pm-0400PM PB-209

BI1

3 Fambrough

31462 ECO 202-125 Prin of Microeconomics: SS1 TR 0830Am-0945AM PRR-T111 F15

3 Flora

34994 ELT 106-251 Fundamentals of DC/AC TR 0500Pm-0750PM PB-209

BI1

3 Fambrough

31463 ECO 202-126 Prin of Microeconomics: SS1 MW 1000Am-1115AM PRR-T111 F15

3 Flora

34995 ELT 112-231 Advanced DC-AC MT 0100Pm-0400PM PB-209

BI2

3 Fambrough

31464 ECO 202-127 Prin of Microeconomics: SS1 MW 1130Am-1245PM PRR-e108 F15

3 Pfeffer

34996 ELT 112-271 Advanced DC-AC TR 0500Pm-0750PM PB-209

BI2

3 Fambrough

33698 ECO 202-128 Prin of Microeconomics: SS1 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-T111 F15

3 Foret

31786 ELT 134-211 Solid State Devices I MW 0100Pm-0430PM PB-209A

BI1

3 Fambrough

31465 ECO 202-175 Prin of Microeconomics: SS1 MW 0700Pm-0815PM PRR-T111 F15

3 Peterson

31787 ELT 135-231 Solid State Devices II MW 0100Pm-0430PM PB-209A

BI2

3 Fambrough

31788 ELT 147-251 Digital Devices I TR 0500Pm-0700PM PB-209A

BI1

3 Fambrough

31789 ELT 148-232 Digital Devices II TR 0500Pm-0700PM PB-209A

BI2

3 Fambrough

35313 ELT 215-251 Operational Amplifiers MW 0500Pm-0750PM PB-209

BI1

3 STAFF

FALCON CAMPUS 33699 ECO 202-1F1 Prin of Microeconomics: SS1 MW 1130Am-1245PM PFN-127 F15

3 Olson

DISTANCE EDUCATION 34762 ECO 201-1N1 Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1 F15

3 Meyer

34980 ECO 202-1N1 Prin of Microeconomics: SS1 F15

3 Meyer

EDUCATION

Due to placement verification and limited seating, students who register and do not attend the first week of classes, may lose their place in the class. Reinstatement is at the discretion of the instructor and in consideration of section enrollment limits.

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 31209 EDU 221-101 Introduction to Education TR 0100Pm-0215PM PA-217 F15

3 STAFF

33162 EDU 260-1H1 Adult Learning & Teaching F 0100Pm-0345PM PA-356 F15

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

32916 EDU 261-1H1 Teaching, Learning & Technology F 0900Am-1145AM PB-203A F15

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

31213 EDU 263-1H1 Teaching & Learning Online F 0900Am-1145AM PA-254 LAT

3 STAFF

EDU 263.1H1 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11. Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction.

ELECTRONICS CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

34997 ELT 258-271 Programmable Logic Controllers 3 TR 0500Pm-0750PM PB-209 BI2 Fambrough

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT & PLANNING DISTANCE EDUCATION 31466 EMP 101-2N1 Emergency Management

BI1

3 STAFF

31467 EMP 101-3N1 Emergency Management

BI2

3 STAFF

31468 EMP 106-2N1 Exercise Design Evaluation BI1

3 STAFF

31469 EMP 106-3N1 Exercise Design Evaluation BI2

3 STAFF

31470 EMP 107-2N1 Emerg Oper. Center & Communications 3 BI1 STAFF 31471 EMP 107-3N1 Emerg Oper. Center & Communications 3 BI2 STAFF 31472 EMP 240-2N1 Leadership & Influence

BI1

3 STAFF

31473 EMP 240-3N1 Leadership & Influence

BI2

3 STAFF

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 32509 EDU 221-06A Introduction to Education R 0530Pm-0815PM PDO-S209 F15

3 STAFF

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 31210 EDU 221-125 Introduction to Education MW 1000Am-1115AM PRR-T110 F15

3 STAFF

31208 EDU 221-126 Introduction to Education F 0900Am-1145AM PRR-T104 MS4

3 STAFF

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE 32857 EMS 115-101 First Responder F 0100Pm-0530PM PA-260A

MS4

32295 EMS 125-021 EMT Basic S 0900Am-0600PM PA-367

9 MS4 Shakeshaft-slack

3 STAFF

EMS 125.021 students must register concurrently with EMS 170.031

MS4

9 hughlett

EMS 125.022 students must register concurrently with EMS 170.031

32297 EMS 125-101 EMT Basic MTW 0100Pm-0400PM PA-358

9 F15 lehman

EMS 125.101 students must register concurrently with EMS 170.031

32298 EMS 125-102 EMT Basic RF 1000Am-0230PM PA-367

9 F15 flynn

EMS 125.102 students must register concurrently with EMS 170.031

32299 EMS 125-151 EMT Basic MTW 0600Pm-0900PM PA-367

9 F15 kuykendall

EMS 125.151 students must register concurrently with EMS 170.031

32300 EMS 231-311 Paramedic Cardiology MT 0900Am-0430PM PA-367

5 TR1 orta

32301 EMS 232-311 Paramedic Cardiology Lab 1 W 0900Am-0130PM PA-367 TR1 orta 32302 EMS 233-321 Paramedic Medical Emergencies 4 MT 0900Am-0430PM PA-367 TR2 orta 32303 EMS 234-321 Medical Emergencies Lab 1 W 0900Am-0130PM PA-367 TR2 orta 32304 EMS 235-331 Paramedic Trauma Emergencies 4 MT 0900Am-0300PM PA-367 TR3 orta 32305 EMS 236-331 Trauma Emergencies Lab 1 W 0900Am-0130PM PA-367 TR3 orta

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 32306 EMS 125-175 EMT Basic MTW 0600Pm-0850PM PRR-W218

F15

9 STAFF

EMS 125.175 students must register concurrently with EMS 170.031

32521 EMS 125-176 EMT Basic RF 0500Pm-0930PM PRR-W218

9 F15 lehman

EMS 125.176 students must register concurrently with EMS 170.031.

FALCON CAMPUS 34014 EMS 125-1F6 EMT Basic WRF 0600Pm-0850PM PFN-121

9 F15 flynn

EMS 125.1F6 students must register concurrently with EMS 170.031

MISCELLANEOUS CAMPUS 32307 EMS 170-031 EMT Basic Clinical

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

ENGLISH

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

32296 EMS 125-022 EMT Basic U 0900Am-0600PM PA-367

CRN

1 F15 morgan

EMS 170.031 students must register concurrently with EMS 125, any section - student’s option

Due to placement verification and limited seating, students who register and do not attend the first week of classes, may lose their place in the class. Reinstatement is at the discretion of the instructor and in consideration of section enrollment limits.

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 31215 ENG 030-101 Basic Writing Skills MW 0100Pm-0150PM PA-217

2 F15 Gaiters-Jordan

31214 ENG 030-102 Basic Writing Skills F 1000Am-1150AM PA-313

MS4

2 Everhart

31216 ENG 030-151 Basic Writing Skills MW 0530Pm-0620PM PA-217

F15

2 Gallegos

31217 ENG 060-021 Writing Fundamentals S 0900Am-1145AM PA-313

MS4

3 Gallegos

31219 ENG 060-101 Writing Fundamentals MW 0830Am-0945AM PA-356

F15

3 King

34326 ENG 060-102 Writing Fundamentals MW 1000Am-1115AM PA-356

F15

3 King

31222 ENG 060-103 Writing Fundamentals MW 1130Am-1245PM PA-356

F15

3 Jobe

31221 ENG 060-104 Writing Fundamentals TR 1000Am-1115AM PA-356

3 F15 Gaiters-Jordan

31223 ENG 060-105 Writing Fundamentals TR 1130Am-1245PM PA-356

F15

3 Bristol

31315 ENG 060-151 Writing Fundamentals TR 0530Pm-0645PM PA-356

F15

3 Gallegos

31317 ENG 060-152 Writing Fundamentals TR 0700Pm-0815PM PA-356

F15

3 Gallegos

31220 ENG 060-1L1 Writing Fundamentals MW 1000Am-1115AM PA-323

3 F15 Gaiters-Jordan

ENG 060.1L1 is a team-taught English/Reading learning community. Students must register for the co-requisite, REA 060.1L1.

31319 ENG 090-021 Basic Composition S 0900Am-1145AM PA-311

MS4

3 Stevens

31344 ENG 090-101 Basic Composition MWF 0900Am-0950AM PA-323

F15

31348 ENG 090-102 Basic Composition MW 1000Am-1115AM PA-313

3 F15 Howell

34327 ENG 090-103 Basic Composition MW 1130Am-1245PM PA-217

3 F15 Howell

31352 ENG 090-104 Basic Composition MW 0100Pm-0215PM PA-323

F15

3 King

31354 ENG 090-105 Basic Composition MW 0100Pm-0215PM PA-356

F15

3 Jobe

31355 ENG 090-106 Basic Composition MW 0230Pm-0345PM PA-323

F15

3 STAFF

31343 ENG 090-107 Basic Composition TR 0830Am-0945AM PA-313

F15

3 Bristol

31345 ENG 090-108 Basic Composition TR 0830Am-0945AM PA-323

F15

3 Yeakley

31349 ENG 090-109 Basic Composition TR 1000Am-1115AM PA-323

F15

3 King

31351 ENG 090-110 Basic Composition TR 1130Am-1245PM PA-323

F15

3 King

31347 ENG 090-111 Basic Composition F 0900Am-1145AM PA-311

MS4

3 King

35187 ENG 090-112 Basic Composition MW 1000Am-1115AM PA-217

F15

3 STAFF

35188 ENG 090-113 Basic Composition TR 1000Am-1115AM PA-167B

F15

3 STAFF

35189 ENG 090-114 Basic Composition TR 1130Am-1245PM PA-260B

F15

3 STAFF

3 STAFF

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

35191 ENG 090-115 Basic Composition TR 0230Pm-0345PM PA-217

F15

3 King

31350 ENG 090-116 Basic Composition MW 1130Am-1245PM PA-311

F15

3 STAFF

F15

3 Kelting

31363 ENG 090-151 Basic Composition MW 0530Pm-0645PM PA-323 31365 ENG 090-152 Basic Composition MW 0700Pm-0815PM PA-323

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

33163 ENG 121-154 English Composition: CO1 MW 0700Pm-0915PM PB-203A LAT

3 STAFF

ENG 121.154 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

31436 ENG 121-155 English Composition I: CO1 MW 0830Pm-0945PM PA-254 F15

3 Todd

32919 ENG 121-1H1 English Composition I: CO1 T 0530Pm-0645PM PB-203A F15

3 STAFF

F15

3 Kelting

31364 ENG 090-153 Basic Composition TR 0530Pm-0645PM PA-323

F15

3 Yeakley

31480 ENG 122-021 English Composition II: CO2 S 0900Am-1145AM PA-254 MS4

3 STAFF

31366 ENG 090-154 Basic Composition TR 0700Pm-0815PM PA-323

F15

3 Yeakley

31487 ENG 122-101 English Composition II: CO2 MW 0830Am-0945AM PA-254 F15

3 STAFF

32917 ENG 090-1H1 Basic Composition T 0100Pm-0215PM PB-203A

3 F15 Gaiters-Jordan

31488 ENG 122-102 English Composition II: CO2 TR 0830Am-0945AM PA-254 F15

3 Lawson

31489 ENG 122-103 English Composition II: CO2 MW 1000Am-1115AM PA-254 F15

3 Schofield

31492 ENG 122-104 English Composition II: CO2 TR 1000Am-1115AM PA-254 F15

3 Piering

3 STAFF

31493 ENG 122-105 English Composition II: CO2 MW 1130Am-1245PM PA-254 F15

3 Piering

ENG 090.1L1 is a team-taught English/Math learning community. Students must register for the co-requisite, MAT 090.1L1.

31494 ENG 122-106 English Composition II: CO2 TR 1130Am-1245PM PA-254 F15

3 Miller

3 STAFF

31495 ENG 122-107 English Composition II: CO2 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PA-254 F15

3 Schofield

34649 ENG 121-101 English Composition I: CO1 TR 0700Am-0815AM PA-252 F15

3 Coleman

31496 ENG 122-108 English Composition II: CO2 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PA-254 F15

3 Becco

31386 ENG 121-102 English Composition I: CO1 MW 0830Am-0945AM PA-252 F15

3 Everhart

31497 ENG 122-109 English Composition II: CO2 MW 0230Pm-0345PM PA-254 F15

3 Bristol

31387 ENG 121-103 English Composition I: CO1 3 MW 0830Am-0945AM PA-255 F15 Howell

31498 ENG 122-110 English Composition II: CO2 MW 0400Pm-0515PM PA-254 F15

3 Todd

31388 ENG 121-104 English Composition I: CO1 TR 0830Am-0945AM PA-252 F15

34658 ENG 122-111 English Composition II: CO2 F 0900Am-1145AM PA-256 MS4

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

35192 ENG 090-1H2 Basic Composition R 0100Pm-0215PM PA-323

3 F15 Gaiters-Jordan

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

34570 ENG 090-1L1 Basic Composition TR 1200Pm-0115PM PB-309

F15

31377 ENG 121-021 English Composition I: CO1 S 0900Am-1145AM PA-252 MS4

3 Everhart

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

31389 ENG 121-105 English Composition I: CO1 F 0900Am-1145AM PA-252 MS4

3 STAFF

35117 ENG 122-112 English Composition II: CO2 MW 0700Am-0815AM PA-252 F15

3 Coleman

31390 ENG 121-106 English Composition I: CO1 MW 1000Am-1115AM PA-252 F15

3 Seal

34660 ENG 122-151 English Composition II: CO2 TR 0530Pm-0645PM PA-254 F15

3 STAFF

31391 ENG 121-107 English Composition I: CO1 TR 1000Am-1115AM PA-252 F15

3 Schofield

34661 ENG 122-152 English Composition II: CO2 TR 0700Pm-0815PM PA-252 F15

3 STAFF

31392 ENG 121-108 English Composition I: CO1 TR 1000Am-1115AM PB-203A F15

3 Becco

33165 ENG 122-153 English Composition II: CO2 TR 0700Pm-0915PM PA-254 LAT

3 STAFF

31393 ENG 121-109 English Composition I: CO1 MW 1130Am-1245PM PA-252 F15

3 Schofield

31394 ENG 121-110 English Composition I: CO1 MW 1130Am-1245PM PA-216A F15

3 Seal

31396 ENG 121-111 English Composition I: CO1 3 TR 1130Am-1245PM PA-252 F15 Howell 31398 ENG 121-112 English Composition I: CO1 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PA-252 F15

3 Seal

31399 ENG 121-113 English Composition I: CO1 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PA-252 F15

3 Dolan

31401 ENG 121-114 English Composition I: CO1 MW 0230Pm-0345PM PA-252 F15

3 Todd

31402 ENG 121-115 English Composition I: CO1 TR 0230Pm-0345PM PA-252 F15

3 Dolan

34645 ENG 121-116 English Composition I: CO1 MW 0400Pm-0515PM PA-252 F15

3 STAFF

34121 ENG 121-117 English Composition I: CO1 TR 0400Pm-0515PM PA-252 F15

3 Becco

31432 ENG 121-151 English Composition I: CO1 MW 0530Pm-0645PM PA-252 F15

3 STAFF

31433 ENG 121-152 English Composition I: CO1 TR 0530Pm-0645PM PA-252 F15

3 STAFF

31434 ENG 121-153 English Composition I: CO1 MW 0700Pm-0815PM PA-252 F15

3 Todd

ENG 122.153 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

34046 ENG 131-101 Technical Writing I TR 1130Am-1245PM PB-203A

F15

3 STAFF

35120 ENG 131-102 Technical Writing I TR 0830Am-0945AM PB-203A

F15

3 STAFF

34047 ENG 131-151 Technical Writing I MW 0530Pm-0645PM PB-203A

F15

3 STAFF

34664 ENG 131-1H1 Technical Writing I R 0530Pm-0645PM PB-203A

F15

3 Vonloh

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

31550 ENG 230-101 Creative Nonfiction TR 0100Pm-0215PM PA-313

F15

3 Miller

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

31218 ENG 060-05A Writing Fundamentals TR 0100Pm-0215PM PDO-N201

F15

3 STAFF

31225 ENG 060-125 Writing Fundamentals MW 1000Am-1115AM PRR-T104

F15

3 Marsh

32510 ENG 090-051 Basic Composition S 0900Am-1145AM PDO-S230

WKC

3 White

31313 ENG 060-126 Writing Fundamentals MW 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-W118

F15

3 Marsh

32918 ENG 090-052 Basic Composition S 0100Pm-0345PM PDO-S103

MS4

3 STAFF

31356 ENG 090-125 Basic Composition MW 0830Am-0945AM PRR-W118

F15

3 STAFF

31337 ENG 090-05A Basic Composition MW 1000Am-1115AM PDO-N201

F15

3 STAFF

31362 ENG 090-126 Basic Composition F 0900Am-1145AM PRR-W118

MS4

3 Simm

31339 ENG 090-05B Basic Composition MW 1130Am-1245PM PDO-N201

F15

3 Miller

31357 ENG 090-127 Basic Composition MW 1000Am-1115AM PRR-W118

F15

3 Simm

35190 ENG 090-05C Basic Composition TR 1000Am-1115AM PDO-N201

F15

3 Miller

31358 ENG 090-128 Basic Composition TR 1130Am-1245PM PRR-W118

F15

3 STAFF

31342 ENG 090-06A Basic Composition MW 0700Pm-0815PM PDO-S201

F15

3 STAFF

31359 ENG 090-129 Basic Composition MW 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-T104

F15

3 Simm

31379 ENG 121-051 English Composition I: CO1 S 0900Am-1145AM PDO- WKC

3 Dennis

31360 ENG 090-130 Basic Composition TR 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-W118

F15

3 Jobe

31380 ENG 121-052 English Composition I: CO1 S 1200Pm-0245PM PDO-S201 WKC

3 Johnson

31361 ENG 090-131 Basic Composition TR 0230Pm-0345PM PRR-W118

F15

3 Jobe

31381 ENG 121-05A English Composition I: CO1 F 0900Am-1145AM PDO-S201 MS4

3 Dennis

31367 ENG 090-175 Basic Composition MW 0530Pm-0645PM PRR-W118

F15

3 STAFF

31382 ENG 121-05B English Composition I: CO1 MW 1000Am-1115AM PDO-S203 F15

3 Branwell

33194 ENG 090-176 Basic Composition MW 0530Pm-0725PM PRR-T107

LAT

3 STAFF

31383 ENG 121-05C English Composition I: CO1 TR 1000Am-1115AM PDO-S201 F15

3 STAFF

31384 ENG 121-05D English Composition I: CO1 MW 1130Am-1245PM PDO-S201 F15

3 Johnson

31385 ENG 121-05E English Composition I: CO1 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PDO-S201 F15

3 STAFF

34646 ENG 121-05F English Composition I: CO1 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PDO-S203 F15

3 Johnson

34647 ENG 121-06A English Composition I: CO1 TR 0530Pm-0645PM PDO-S201 F15

3 STAFF

35111 ENG 121-3H1 English Composition I: CO1 T 0530Pm-0645PM PDO-S203 F15

3 STAFF

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

31481 ENG 122-051 English Composition II: CO2 S 0900Am-1145AM PDO-S201 WKC

ENG 090.176 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

31368 ENG 090-177 Basic Composition TR 0530Pm-0645PM PRR-W118

F15

31378 ENG 121-026 English Composition I: CO1 S 0900Am-1145AM PRR-W113 MS4

3 STAFF 3 Crystal

34650 ENG 121-125 English Composition I: CO1 MW 0700Am-0815AM PRR-E115 F15

3 Finch

31404 ENG 121-126 English Composition I: CO1 MW 0830Am-0945AM PRR-W113 F15

3 Leonhardt

31403 ENG 121-127 English Composition I: CO1 TR 0830Am-0945AM PRR-W113 F15

3 STAFF

31405 ENG 121-128 English Composition I: CO1 F 0900Am-1145AM PRR-E115 MS4

3 STAFF

3 Johnson

31406 ENG 121-129 English Composition I: CO1 MW 1000Am-1115AM PRR-W113 F15

3 Leonhardt

3 STAFF

31407 ENG 121-130 English Composition I: CO1 TR 1000Am-1115AM PRR-W113 F15

3 STAFF

31484 ENG 122-05B English Composition II: CO2 3 TR 1130Am-1245PM PDO-S201 F15 Schoolcraft

31410 ENG 121-132 English Composition I: CO1 MW 1130Am-1245PM PRR-E115 F15

3 Becco

31485 ENG 122-05C English Composition II: CO2 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PDO-S201 F15

3 Branwell

34321 ENG 121-133 English Composition I: CO1 MW 1130Am-1245PM PRR-W118 F15

3 STAFF

34124 ENG 122-05D English Composition II: CO2 3 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PDO-S103 F15 Schoolcraft

31412 ENG 121-134 English Composition I: CO1 TR 1130Am-1245PM PRR-W113 F15

3 Slaughter

34653 ENG 122-05E English Composition II: CO2 F 0100Pm-0345PM PDO-S201 MS4

3 STAFF

31413 ENG 121-135 English Composition I: CO1 TR 1130Am-1245PM PRR-E208 F15

3 Ray

35115 ENG 122-05F English Composition II: CO2 TR 0830Am-0945AM PDO-S201 F15

3 STAFF

31417 ENG 121-136 English Composition I: CO1 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-W113 F15

3 STAFF

31486 ENG 122-06A English Composition II: CO2 MW 0530Pm-0645PM PDO-S201 F15

3 STAFF

31419 ENG 121-137 English Composition I: CO1 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-W113 F15

3 Sharp

31482 ENG 122-05A English Composition II: CO2 MW 1000Am-1115AM PDO-S201 F15

31545 ENG 221-05a Creative Writing I W 0530Pm-0815PM PDO-N201

3 F15 Schoolcraft

31420 ENG 121-138 English Composition I: CO1 F 0100Pm-0345PM PRR-W113 MS4

3 STAFF

32588 ENG 222-05a Creative Writing II W 0530Pm-0815PM PDO-N201

3 F15 Schoolcraft

31421 ENG 121-139 English Composition I: CO1 MW 0230Pm-0345PM PRR-W113 F15

3 STAFF

31549 ENG 227-3H1 Poetry Writing M 0530Pm-0645PM PDO-N201

3 F15 Howell

31429 ENG 121-140 English Composition I: CO1 TR 0230Pm-0345PM PRR-W113 F15

3 Sharp

31430 ENG 121-141 English Composition I: CO1 MW 0400Pm-0515PM PRR-W113 F15

3 STAFF

31431 ENG 121-142 English Composition I: CO1 TR 0400Pm-0515PM PRR-W113 F15

3 STAFF

33195 ENG 121-175 English Composition I: CO1 M 0530Pm-0725PM PRR-E204 LAT

3 Ralphe

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

34320 ENG 231-06A Literary Magazine TR 0530Pm-0645PM PDO-S120

3 F15 Schoolcraft

Contact Deidre Schoolcraft 502-3064, deidre.schoolcraft@ ppcc.edu

ENG 121.175 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

31437 ENG 121-176 English Composition I: CO1 MW 0530Pm-0645PM PRR-W113 F15

3 Crystal

31439 ENG 121-177 English Composition I: CO1 TR 0530Pm-0645PM PRR-W113 F15

3 STAFF

33164 ENG 121-178 English Composition I: CO1 TR 0700Pm-0915PM PRR-E115 LAT

3 STAFF

ENG 121.178 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

FALCON CAMPUS 35186 ENG 060-1F1 Writing Fundamentals MW 1000Am-1115AM PFN-POD 603 F15

3 Lewis

33811 ENG 090-1F1 Basic Composition MW 0830Am-0945AM PFN-123

F15

3 Lewis

33820 ENG 121-1F1 English Composition I: CO1 TR 0830Am-0945AM PFN-123 F15

3 STAFF

35113 ENG 121-179 English Composition I: CO1 MW 0830Pm-0945PM PRR-W113 F15

3 STAFF

33818 ENG 121-1F2 English Composition I: CO1 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PFN-112 F15

3 STAFF

34651 ENG 121-2H1 English Composition I: CO1 T 1130Am-1245PM PRR-E115 F15

3 Aggen

33819 ENG 121-1F3 English Composition I: CO1 MW 0230Pm-0345PM PFN-123 F15

3 STAFF

33821 ENG 121-1F6 English Composition I: CO1 TR 0530Pm-0645PM PFN-123 F15

3 STAFF

33822 ENG 122-1F1 English Composition II: CO2 MW 1130Am-1245PM PFN-123 F15

3 STAFF

33823 ENG 122-1F2 English Composition II: CO2 TR 1000Am-1115AM PFN-123 F15

3 STAFF

34062 ENG 122-1F3 English Composition II: CO2 F 0900Am-1145AM PFN-123 MS4

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

34652 ENG 121-2H2 English Composition I: CO1 R 1130Am-1245PM PRR-E115 F15

3 Aggen

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

31409 ENG 121-2L1 English Composition I: CO1 MW 1130Am-1245PM PRR-W113 F15

3 Aggen

ENG 121.2L1 is a team-taught English/Psychology learning community. Students must register for the co-requisite, PSY 101.2L1.

35114 ENG 122-026 English Composition II: CO2 S 0900Am-1145AM PRR-W118 MS4

3 Covak

31499 ENG 122-125 English Composition II: CO2 TR 0700Am-0815AM PRR-W113 F15

3 Finch

31501 ENG 122-126 English Composition II: CO2 3 MW 0830Am-0945AM PRR-E115 F15 Hanratty 31502 ENG 122-127 English Composition II: CO2 TR 0830Am-0945AM PRR-E115 F15

3 Slaughter

31503 ENG 122-128 English Composition II: CO2 3 MW 1000Am-1115AM PRR-E115 F15 Hanratty 31504 ENG 122-129 English Composition II: CO2 3 TR 1000Am-1115AM PRR-E115 F15 stephenson 31505 ENG 122-130 English Composition II: CO2 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-E115 F15

3 Becco

31506 ENG 122-131 English Composition II: CO2 3 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-E115 F15 ray 31507 ENG 122-132 English Composition II: CO2 F 0100Pm-0345PM PRR-W118 MS4

3 STAFF

31508 ENG 122-133 English Composition II: CO2 MW 0230Pm-0345PM PRR-E115 F15

3 Sharp

31509 ENG 122-134 English Composition II: CO2 TR 0230Pm-0345PM PRR-E115 F15

3 Slaughter

34662 ENG 122-135 English Composition II: CO2 TR 0400Pm-0515PM PRR-E115 F15

3 STAFF

31510 ENG 122-175 English Composition II: CO2 MW 0530Pm-0645PM PRR-E115 F15

3 Finch

DISTANCE EDUCATION 31369 ENG 090-1N1 Basic Composition

F15

3 Giddings

31441 ENG 121-1N1 English Composition I: CO1 F15

3 Miller

35112 ENG 121-4N1 English Composition I: CO1 LAT

3 Miller

ENG 121.4N1 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

31513 ENG 122-1N1 English Composition II: CO2 F15

3 Aggen

35116 ENG 122-4N1 English Composition II: CO2 LAT

3 STAFF

ENG 122.4N1 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

31536 ENG 131-1N1 Technical Writing I

F15

3 Aggen

31511 ENG 122-176 English Composition II: CO2 3 TR 0530Pm-0645PM PRR-E115 F15 stephenson 31512 ENG 122-177 English Composition II: CO2 TR 0700Pm-0815PM PRR-W118 F15

3 STAFF

33166 ENG 122-178 English Composition II: CO2 MW 0700Pm-0915PM PRR-E115 LAT

3 STAFF

ENG 122.178 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

35118 ENG 131-135 Technical Writing I TR 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-t101

F15

3 Aggen

35119 ENG 131-175 Technical Writing I MW 0530Pm-0645PM PRR-T103

F15

3 STAFF

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

Due to placement verification and limited seating, students who register and do not attend the first week of classes, may lose their place in the class. Reinstatement is at the discretion of the instructor and in consideration of section enrollment limits.

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE FALCON CAMPUS 32308 ENV 101-1F1 Environmental Science: SC1 4 MW 0800Am-1050AM PFN-121 F15 belew

DISTANCE EDUCATION

31551 ESL 011-101 Basic Pronunciation TR 0300Pm-0415PM PA-258

3 F15 Nichols-Johnson

32309 ENV 101-1N1 Environmental Science: SC1 4 F15 larish

31552 ESL 021-101 Basic Grammar MW 0800Am-1020AM PA-256

F15

5 STAFF

34766 ENV 101-1N2 Environmental Science: SC1 4 F15 larish

34459 ESL 021-151 Basic Grammar MW 0730Pm-0950PM PA-256

F15

5 STAFF

34460 ESL 022-101 Intermediate Grammar MW 0800Am-1020AM PA-258

F15

5 STAFF

32920 ESL 022-102 Intermediate Grammar TR 1000Am-1220PM PA-256

F15

5 STAFF

31553 ESL 022-151 Intermediate Grammar MW 0730Pm-0950PM PA-258

F15

5 STAFF

31555 ESL 023-101 Advanced Grammar TR 1000Am-1220PM PA-258

5 F15 Nichols-Johnson

31556 ESL 023-102 Advanced Grammar MW 0300Pm-0520PM PA-258

F15

5 STAFF

34461 ESL 023-151 Advanced Grammar TR 0730Pm-0950PM PA-258

F15

5 STAFF

34049 ESL 031-101 Basic Conversation MW 1030Am-1220PM PA-256

F15

4 STAFF

34462 ESL 031-151 Basic Conversation MW 0530Pm-0720PM PA-256

F15

4 STAFF

32922 ESL 032-101 Intermediate Conversation MW 0100Pm-0250PM PA-258 F15

4 STAFF

31560 ESL 041-101 Basic Reading MW 0100Pm-0250PM PA-256

F15

4 STAFF

F15

4 STAFF

31561 ESL 042-101 Intermediate Reading TR 0800Am-0950AM PA-256

4 STAFF

EQUINE MANAGEMENT FALCON CAMPUS 34936 EQM 115-1F6 Equine Reproduction W 0600Pm-0750PM PFN-

BI1

1 STAFF

BI2

1 STAFF

F15

2 STAFF

33672 FIN 106-101 Consumer Economics TR 0830Am-0945AM PA-222

F15

3 Lotto

32962 FIN 106-1H1 Consumer Economics W 0700Pm-0815PM PA-222

F15

3 Lotto

EQM 201.1F6 has off campus field experiences

34938 EQM 202-1F6 Stable Operations IV T 0600Pm-0850PM PFN-121 EQM 202.1F6 has off campus field experiences

34939 EQM 210-1F6 Equine Health R 0600Pm-0750PM PFN-120

FINANCE CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

31474 FIN 201-101 Principles of Finance MW 1130Am-1245PM PA-222

F15

3 Bowles

F15

3 Bricker

31475 FIN 106-1N1 Consumer Economics

F15

3 Meyer

31476 FIN 201-1N1 Principles of Finance

F15

3 Bowles

F15

31563 ESL 043-101 Advanced Reading TR 0100Pm-0250PM PA-258

4 F15 Hicks

31564 ESL 043-151 Advanced Reading MW 0530Pm-0720PM PA-258

F15

4 STAFF

32807 FIN 106-125 Consumer Economics TR 0230Pm-0345PM PRR-E108

34463 ESL 052-101 Intermediate Composition MW 1030Am-1220PM PA-258 F15

4 STAFF

DISTANCE EDUCATION

32921 ESL 052-102 Intermediate Composition TR 0100Pm-0250PM PA-256 F15

4 STAFF

31565 ESL 052-151 Intermediate Composition TR 0530Pm-0720PM PA-256 F15

4 STAFF

F15

4 Echevarria

31568 ESL 053-102 Advanced Composition MW 0100Pm-0250PM PA-313

F15

4 Echevarria

34464 ESL 053-151 Advanced Composition TR 0530Pm-0720PM PA-258

4 F15 staff

2 STAFF

EQM 115.1F6 has two required Saturday field trips

34937 EQM 201-1F6 Stable Operations III T 0600Pm-0850PM PFN-121

31562 ESL 042-151 Intermediate Reading TR 0730Pm-0920PM PA-256

31566 ESL 053-101 Advanced Composition TR 0800Am-0950AM PA-258

F15

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


70 CRN

Code explanation and College location see page 23.

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TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

FIRE SCIENCE 9 STAFF

FST 100.151 students must also register for FST 107.151 and FST 160

34452 FST 102-011 Principles/Emergency Services MWF 0600Pm-0945PM PA-168 NSS S 0800Am-1145AM PA-168

3 STAFF

FST 102.011 meets Jan 25, 27, 29, 30, Feb 8, 10, 12, 13

35178 FST 103-011 Occ Safety & Health for Fire MWF 0600Pm-0945PM PA-168 NSS S 0800Am-1145AM PA-168

3 STAFF

FST 103.011 meets Feb 1, 3, 5, 6, 15, 17, 19, 20

34453 FST 106-011 Fire Prevention MWF 0600Pm-0945PM PA-168 NSS S 0800Am-1145AM PA-168

3 STAFF

FST 106.011 meets Feb 22, 24, 26, 27, Mar 8, 10, 12, 13

34015 FST 107-151 HazMat Operations (Level I) TR 0600Pm-0945PM PA-168 F15 S 0900Am-0105PM PA-168

3 STAFF

FST 107.151 will meet on Jan 21, other dates TBA

31490 FST 160-101 Physical Abilities Test Prep TR 0300Pm-0340PM PA-262 F15 TR 0345Pm-0515PM PA-262

3 STAFF

31491 FST 160-151 Physical Abilities Test Prep MW 0500Pm-0540PM PA-262 F15 MW 0545Pm-0715PM PA-262

3 STAFF

34454 FST 202-011 Strategy & Tactics MWF 0600Pm-0945PM PA-168 NSS S 0800Am-1145AM PA-168

3 STAFF

FST 202.011 meets Mar 1, 3, 5, 6, 15, 17, 19, 20

34455 FST 205-011 Fire Investigation I MWF 0600Pm-0945PM PA-168 NSS S 0800Am-1145AM PA-168

3 STAFF

FST 205.011 meets Mar 29, 31, Apr 2, 3, 12, 14, 16, 17

34456 FST 206-011 Fire Company Supervion & Leadership 3 MWF 0600Pm-0945PM PA-168 NSS STAFF S 0800Am-1145AM PA-168 FST 206.011 meets Apr 19, 21, 23, 24, May 3, 5, 7, 8

34457 FST 250-011 Chemistry for Fire Protection MWF 0600Pm-0945PM PA-168A NSS S 0800Am-1145AM PA-168A

3 STAFF

FST 250.011 meets Jan 25, 27, 29, 30, Feb 8, 10, 12, 13

34458 FST 259-011 Wildland Firefighting Tactics MWF 0600Pm-0945PM PA-168 NSS S 0800Am-1145AM PA-168 FST 259.011 meets Apr 26, 28, 30, May 1, 10, 12, 13, 14

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

DISTANCE EDUCATION

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 31483 FST 100-151 Firefighter I TR 0600Pm-0845PM PA-168 F15 S 0900Am-0105PM PA-168

CRN

3 STAFF

31500 FST 102-2N1 Principles/Emergency Services BI1

3 STAFF

31515 FST 102-3N1 Principles/Emergency Services BI2

3 STAFF

31517 FST 103-2N1 Occ Safety & Health for Fire BI1

3 STAFF

31518 FST 103-3N1 Occ Safety & Health for Fire BI2

3 STAFF

31519 FST 104-2N1 Fire Protection Systems BI1

3 STAFF

31520 FST 104-3N1 Fire Protection Systems BI2

3 STAFF

31521 FST 105-2N1 Building Const for Fire Prof BI1

3 STAFF

31522 FST 105-3N1 Building Const for Fire Prof BI2

3 STAFF

31523 FST 106-2N1 Fire Prevention

BI1

3 STAFF

31524 FST 106-3N1 Fire Prevention

BI2

3 STAFF

31526 FST 107-2N1 HazMat Operations (Level I) BI1

3 STAFF

31527 FST 107-3N1 HazMat Operations (Level I) BI2

3 STAFF

31528 FST 150-2N1 Fire Prevention Education BI1

3 STAFF

31529 FST 150-3N1 Fire Prevention Education BI2

3 STAFF

31530 FST 201-2N1 Instructional Methodology BI1

3 STAFF

31531 FST 201-3N1 Instructional Methodology BI2

3 STAFF

31532 FST 202-2N1 Strategy & Tactics

BI1

3 STAFF

31533 FST 202-3N1 Strategy & Tactics

BI2

3 STAFF

31535 FST 204-2N1 Principles of Code Enforcement BI1

3 STAFF

31538 FST 204-3N1 Principles of Code Enforcement BI2

3 STAFF

31540 FST 205-2N1 Fire Investigation I

BI1

3 STAFF

31541 FST 205-3N1 Fire Investigation I

BI2

3 STAFF

31542 FST 206-2N1 Fire Company Supervion & Leadership 3 BI1 STAFF 31543 FST 206-3N1 Fire Company Supervion & Leadership 3 BI2 STAFF 31544 FST 250-2N1 Chemistry for Fire Protection BI1

3 STAFF

31546 FST 250-3N1 Chemistry for Fire Protection BI2

3 STAFF

31547 FST 259-2N1 Wildland Firefighting Tactics BI1

3 STAFF

31548 FST 259-3N1 Wildland Firefighting Tactics BI2

3 STAFF

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

FRENCH

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

Due to placement verification and limited seating, students who register and do not attend the first week of classes, may lose their place in the class. Reinstatement is at the discretion of the instructor and in consideration of section enrollment limits.

32314 GEO 105-125 World Regional Geography: SS2 3 TR 0830Am-0945AM PRR-W219 F15 robran 32315 GEO 105-126 World Regional Geography: SS2 3 TR 1130Am-1245PM PRR-W219 F15 robran 35004 GEO 105-175 World Regional Geography: SS2 3 T 0600Pm-0840PM PRR-W219 F15 belknap

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 33812 FRE 111-05A French Language I MW 1000Am-1220PM PDO-S232

F15

5 Cornish

32897 GEO 105-2H1 World Regional Geography: SS2 3 M 0300Pm-0415PM PRR-W219 F15 belknap

35263 FRE 112-06A French Language II TR 0530Pm-0750PM PDO-S232

F15

5 Cornish

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction. Attendance is required.

34051 FRE 211-05A French Language III: AH4 MW 0400Pm-0515PM PDO-S232 F15

3 Cornish

3 F15 arkowski

32317 GEO 111-2H1 Physical Geography Landforms: SC1 F 0100Pm-0250PM PRR-W219 F15

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 34050 FRE 111-125 French Language I TR 1000Am-1220PM PRR-T108

F15

5 STAFF

34092 FRE 112-125 French Language II TR 0100Pm-0320PM PRR-

F15

5 STAFF

GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS 32898 GIS 101-125 Geographic Information Systems 3 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-E116 F15 donley 34466 GIS 165-125 GIS Project Management MW 1030Am-1145AM PRR-E116 F15

3 STAFF

3 F15 maST

34467 GIS 207-125 Intro to ArcView 3D Analyst 3 TR 1030Am-1145AM PRR-E116 F15 donley 34468 GIS 211-125 Spatial Data Modeling-Analysis TR 0800Am-0850AM PRR-E116 F15

4 STAFF

34468 GIS 211-125 Spatial Data Modeling-Analysis TR 0900Am-1020AM PRR-E116 F15

4 STAFF

33890 GIS 212-125 Remote Sensing-Digital Image 4 MW 0800Am-0850AM PRR-E116 F15 mast 33890 GIS 212-125 Remote Sensing-Digital Image 4 MW 0900Am-1020AM PRR-E116 F15 mast

MISCELLANEOUS CAMPUS 34215 GIS 280-031 Internship

2 F15 arkowski

35200 GIS 280-032 Internship

4 F15 arkowski

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction. Mandatory attendence on Fridays. Please contact donna. arkowski@ppcc.edu for more information.

34465 GEO 112-125 Physical Geography: Weather & Climate 4 MW 0830Am-1045AM PRR-W219 MS4 STAFF

33886 GEO 105-1F1 World Regional Geography: SS2 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PFN-120 F15

3 STAFF

DISTANCE EDUCATION 32318 GEO 105-1N1 World Regional Geography: SS2 3 F15 kopteva

GEOLOGY CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 32319 GEY 111-101 Physical Geology: SC1 4 MW 0900Am-1015AM PA-160 F15 izold W 1030Am-1220PM PA-160 32320 GEY 111-102 Physical Geology: SC1 4 TR 0900Am-1015AM PA-160 F15 izold R 1030Am-1220PM PA-160 34104 GEY 111-103 Physical Geology: SC1 4 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PA-160 F15 izold W 0230Pm-0420PM PA-160 32321 GEY 111-151 Physical Geology: SC1 TR 0600Pm-0715PM PA-160 F15 T 0730Pm-0915PM PA-160 34728 GEY 111-1H1 Physical Geology: SC1 F 0900Am-1050AM PA-160

4 STAFF

4 F15 rudnick

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

GEOGRAPHY CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 32310 GEO 105-101 World Regional Geography: SS2 MW 0830Am-0945AM PA-358 F15

3 STAFF

32311 GEO 105-102 World Regional Geography: SS2 MW 1000Am-1115AM PA-358 F15

3 STAFF

33420 GEO 105-103 World Regional Geography: SS2 3 TR 0830Am-0945AM PA-358 F15 madson 35005 GEO 105-151 World Regional Geography: SS2 M 0600Pm-0840PM PA-358 F15

4 STAFF

FALCON CAMPUS

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

33889 GIS 205-125 GIS Applications M 1200Pm-0245PM PRR-E116

32316 GEO 106-175 Human Geography: SS2 R 0600Pm-0840PM PRR-W219

3 STAFF

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 32312 GEO 105-051 World Regional Geography: SS2 3 S 0900Am-1145AM PDO-N203 WKC madson 32313 GEO 105-05A World Regional Geography: SS2 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PDO-N203 F15

3 STAFF

35036 GEO 105-06A World Regional Geography: SS2 F 0530Pm-0810PM PDO-N203 WKC

3 STAFF

32322 GEY 121-101 Historical Geology: SC1 4 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PA-160 F15 izold T 0230Pm-0420PM PA-160

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 32323 GEY 111-05A Physical Geology: SC1 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PDO-N204 F15 W 0230Pm-0420PM PDO-N200

4 STAFF

34102 GEY 111-05B Physical Geology: SC1 TR 0900Am-1015AM PDO-N204 F15 R 1030Am-1220PM PDO-N200

4 STAFF

34103 GEY 205-06A The Geology of Colorado MW 0800Pm-0915PM PDO-N203 F15

3 STAFF

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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Code explanation and College location see page 23.

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TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 32324 GEY 111-125 Physical Geology: SC1 4 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-W219 F15 weissenburger W 0230Pm-0420PM PRR-W219 32325 GEY 111-175 Physical Geology: SC1 4 MW 0530Pm-0645PM PRR-W219 F15 weissenburger W 0700Pm-0850PM PRR-W219 33193 GEY 121-125 Historical Geology: SC1 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-W219 F15 R 0230Pm-0420PM PRR-W219

4 STAFF

32326 GEY 135-1N1 Environmental Geology 3 F15 carmichael

GERMAN

Due to placement verification and limited seating, students who register and do not attend the first week of classes, may lose their place in the class. Reinstatement is at the discretion of the instructor and in consideration of section enrollment limits.

F15

5 Seaman

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

HEALTH PROFESSIONAL CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 32341 HPR 101-031 Customer Service in Healthcare T 0900Am-1100AM PA-366 F15

2 DAvis

34773 HPR 102-021 CPR for Professionals U 0800Am-0330PM PA-260B

NSS

0.5 Flynn

NSS

0.5 Flynn

HPR 102.021 meets Jan 31 only

34774 HPR 102-022 CPR for Professionals S 0800Am-0330PM PA-260B

34027 HPR 106-1h1 Law & Ethics for Health Professionals 2 F 0900Am-1050AM PA-250 b12 STAFF hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction.

32343 HPR 112-031 Phlebotomy R 0800Am-0950AM PA-366

4 F15 dAvis

HPR 112.031 lecture class is at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS; Lab & Clinical is held at Penrose Main Hospital on Cascade Ave.

34105 HPR 112-032 Phlebotomy R 0800Am-0950AM PA-366

34193 HPR 112-033 Phlebotomy R 0800Am-0950AM PA-366

32344 HPR 113-031 Advanced Phlebotomy R 1000Am-1150AM PA-366

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS F15

3 STAFF

34768 HWE 103-021 Community First Aid & CPR S 0800Am-0330PM PA-260B NSS

1 hamilton

HWE 103.021 meets Jan 30-Feb 6

34770 HWE 103-022 Community First Aid & CPR S 0800Am-0330PM PA-260B NSS

1 hamilton

HWE 103.022 meets Apr 17-24

34965 HWE 250-151 ACE Personal Trainer Prep T 0530Pm-0750PM PA-355 F15

2 STAFF

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS WKC

3 STAFF

F15

3 STAFF

32337 HWE 100-125 Human Nutrition MW 0900Am-1015AM PRR-W218

F15

3 STAFF

34755 HWE 100-2H1 Human Nutrition F 0900Am-1150AM PRR-E109

F15

3 STAFF

32336 HWE 100-05A Human Nutrition TR 1130Am-1245PM PDO-N203

BLDG/RM

4 F15 dAvis

4 F15 dAvis

HPR 112.033 lecture class is at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS; Lab & Clinical is held at Penrose Main Hospital on Cascade Ave.

HEALTH & WELLNESS

34010 HWE 100-051 Human Nutrition S 0900Am-1150AM PDO-N204

TITLE TIMES

HPR 112.032 lecture class is at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS; Lab & Clinical is held at Penrose Main Hospital on Cascade Ave.

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

32334 HWE 100-151 Human Nutrition T 0530Pm-0820PM PA-358

COURSE DAYS

HPR 102.022 meets Mar 6 only

DISTANCE EDUCATION

31574 GER 112-175 German Language II MW 0530Pm-0750PM PRR-e116

CRN

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction. please contact kristen.johnson@ppcc.edu for more information.

34771 HWE 103-026 Community First Aid & CPR S 0800Am-0330PM PRR-W218 NSS

1 hamilton

HWE 103.026 meets Mar 6-13

34772 HWE 103-027 Community First Aid & CPR S 0800Am-0330PM PRR-W218 NSS

1 hamilton

HWE 103.027 meets May 1-8

4 F15 dAvis

HPR 113.031 lecture class is at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS; Lab & Clinical is held at Penrose Main Hospital on Cascade Ave.

34106 HPR 113-032 Advanced Phlebotomy R 1000Am-1150AM PA-366

4 F15 dAvis

HPR 113.032 lecture class is at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS; Lab & Clinical is held at Penrose Main Hospital on Cascade Ave.

35193 HPR 140-101 Orientation to Health Careers MW 0200Pm-0450PM PA-366 F15

6 STAFF

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 34041 HPR 108-053 Dietary Nutrition T 0900Am-1050AM PDO-S215

BI1

1 STAFF

Enrollment recommended AFTER taking BIO 111

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 34775 HPR 102-026 CPR for Professionals S 0800Am-0330PM PRR-W218

NSS

0.5 Flynn

HPR 102.026 meets Feb 20 only 34776 HPR 102-027 CPR for Professionals S 0800Am-0330PM PRR-W218

NSS

0.5 STAFF

HPR 102.027 meets Apr 10 only 32597 HPR 108-221 Dietary Nutrition F 1230Pm-0220PM PRR-W218

BI1

1 STAFF

Enrollment recommended AFTER taking BIO 111.

FALCON CAMPUS 34777 HPR 102-1F1 CPR for Professionals S 0800Am-0330PM PFN-121

NSS

0.5 Flynn

BI1

1 STAFF

HPR 102.1F1 meets Feb 6 only

34554 HPR 108-1F6 Dietary Nutrition T 0600Pm-0750PM PFN-120

Enrollment recommended AFTER taking BIO 111

FALCON CAMPUS 34011 HWE 129-1F1 Wilderness First Responder MTWRF 0900Am-0345PM PFN-120 NSS

4 TAyloe

HWE 129.1F1 meets Jan 4-15 only

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

DISTANCE EDUCATION 34317 HPR 108-1N1 Dietary Nutrition

F15

1 STAFF

Enrollment recommended AFTER taking BIO 111. Please contact kristen.johnson@ppcc.edu for more information.

32339 HPR 178-1N1 Medical Terminology 34805 HPR 178-1N2 Medical Terminology 34806 HPR 178-1N3 Medical Terminology 34807 HPR 178-1N4 Medical Terminology

F15

2 STAFF

F15

2 STAFF

F15

2 STAFF

F15

2 STAFF

34506 HPR 208-1N1 Advanced Medical Terminology F15

2 STAFF

34808 HPR 208-1N2 Advanced Medical Terminology F15

2 STAFF

34810 HPR 208-1N3 Advanced Medical Terminology F15

2 STAFF

34811 HPR 208-1N4 Advanced Medical Terminology F15

2 STAFF

HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 34952 HVA 121-101 Residential Refrigeration M 0800Am-1230PM PB-208 F15

4 Ascani

32006 HVA 121-151 Residential Refrigeration M 0530Pm-1000PM PB-208 F15

4 STAFF

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

HISTORY

History classes can be taken in any order

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 32011 HIS 101-101 Western Civilization:Antiquity-1650: HI1 3 MW 1130Am-1245PM PA-261 F15 staff 32012 HIS 101-102 Western Civilization:Antiquity-1650: HI1 3 MW 0400Pm-0515PM PA-261 F15 STAFF 32013 HIS 101-151 Western Civilization:Antiquity-1650: HI1 3 TR 0830Pm-0945PM PA-261 F15 STAFF 32014 HIS 102-101 Western Civilization: 1650-Present: HI1 3 MW 1000Am-1115AM PA-261 F15 STAFF 33678 HIS 111-101 The World: Antiquity-1500: HI1 TR 1000Am-1115AM PA-261 F15

3 Spencer

33680 HIS 112-101 The World: 1500-Present: HI1 TR 1130Am-1245PM PA-261 F15

3 STAFF

32015 HIS 201-101 US History to Reconstruction: HI1 MW 0830Am-0945AM PA-261 F15

3 STAFF

32017 HIS 201-102 US History to Reconstruction: HI1 TR 0400Pm-0515PM PA-261 F15

3 STAFF

32018 HIS 201-151 US History to Reconstruction: HI1 TR 0700Pm-0815PM PA-261 F15

3 STAFF

32019 HIS 202-101 US History since Civil War:HI1 TR 0830Am-0945AM PA-261 F15

3 STAFF

34673 HIS 202-1L1 US History since Civil War:HI1 F 0100Pm-0345PM PA-261 MS4

3 Sturdevant

HIS 202.1L1 is a team-taught History/Communication learning community. Students must register for the co-requisite, COM 115.1L1.

33079 HVA 132-101 Air Condition. & Refrigeration Controls 4 T 0800Am-1230PM PB-208A F15 STAFF

34590 HIS 236-101 US History Since 1945: HI1 MW 0230Pm-0345PM PA-352 F15

3 STAFF

32007 HVA 132-151 Air Condition. & Refrigeration Controls 4 T 0530Pm-1000PM PB-208 F15 STAFF

32020 HIS 247-101 20th Century World History: HI1 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PA-261 F15

3 STAFF

33080 HVA 142-101 Residential Air Conditioning R 0800Am-1230PM PB-208A F15

4 STAFF

34592 HIS 249-VC1 History of Islamic Civilization: HI1 MW 1130Am-1245PM PA-206 F15

32008 HVA 142-151 Residential Air Conditioning R 0530Pm-1000PM PB-208 F15

4 STAFF

33081 HVA 143-101 Residential HVAC Troubleshooting W 0800Am-1230PM PB-208A F15

4 STAFF

32009 HVA 143-151 Residential HVAC Troubleshooting W 0530Pm-1000PM PB-208 F15

4 STAFF

32527 HVA 204-151 Direct Digital Controls T 0530Pm-1000PM PB-208 F15

4 STAFF

34954 HVA 206-151 Mechanical Codes M 0530Pm-0910PM PA-216A

F15

4 Crippen

32010 HVA 222-151 HVAC&R Systems Troubleshooting W 0530Pm-1030PM PB-208 F15

5 STAFF

32504 HVA 241-151 Advanced Air Conditioning R 0530Pm-0930PM PB-208 F15

3 STAFF

34953 HVA 251-151 Bldg Automation I, Installer M 0530Pm-1000PM PB-208 F15

4 Smith

3 Wagner

HIS 249.VC1 is available as a videoconferencing class at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS, Rampart Range Campus, The Downtown Studio Campus, and Falcon Campus

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 32021 HIS 101-051 Western Civilization: Antiquity-1650: HI1 3 S 1200Pm-0245PM PDO-N201 WKC STAFF 32022 HIS 101-05A Western Civilization: Antiquity-1650: HI1 3 TR 1130Am-1245PM PDO-S124 F15 Artis 35017 HIS 101-06A Western Civilization: Antiquity-1650: HI1 3 MW 0700Pm-0855PM PDO-S124 LAT STAFF HIS 101.06A is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

32026 HIS 101-3H1 Western Civilization: Antiquity-1650: HI1 3 F 0530Pm-0715PM PDO-S213 WKC STAFF Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

32023 HIS 102-05A Western Civilization: 1650-Present: HI1 3 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PDO-S124 F15 Artis 34022 HIS 111-05A The World: Antiquity-1500: HI1 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PDO-S124 F15 32024 HIS 201-3H1 US History to Reconstruction: HI1 S 1030Am-1145AM PDO-S124 WKC

3 Rohlfing 3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

32025 HIS 247-06A 20th Century World History:HI1 TR 0530Pm-0645PM PDO-S213 F15 34594 HIS 249-VC3 History of Islamic Civilization: HI1 MW 1130Am-1245PM PDO-S208 F15

3 Artis 3 Wagner

HIS 249.VC3 is available as a videoconferencing class at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS, Rampart Range Campus, The Downtown Studio Campus, and Falcon Campus

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

HIS 101.4N1 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

32027 HIS 101-125 Western Civilization: Antiquity-1650: HI1 3 MW 1130Am-1245PM PRR-E110 F15 Rohlfing

34586 HIS 102-1N1 Western Civilization: 1650-Present: HI1 3 F15 STAFF

32028 HIS 101-126 Western Civilization: Antiquity-1650: HI1 3 MW 0230Pm-0345PM PRR-E110 F15 Rohlfing

34587 HIS 111-1N1 The World: Antiquity-1500: HI1 F15

3 Spencer

32029 HIS 101-175 Western Civilization: Antiquity-1650: HI1 3 TR 0530Pm-0645PM PRR-E110 F15 STAFF

34588 HIS 112-1N1 The World: 1500-Present: HI1 F15

3 Spencer

32030 HIS 102-125 Western Civilization: 1650-Present: HI1 3 TR 1000Am-1115AM PRR-E110 F15 STAFF

32046 HIS 201-1N1 US History to Reconstruction: HI1 F15

3 STAFF

32031 HIS 102-126 Western Civilization: 1650-Present: HI1 3 MW 1130Am-1245PM PRR-W111 F15 STAFF

34589 HIS 201-4N1 US History to Reconstruction: HI1 LAT

3 STAFF

HIS 201.4N1 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

33679 HIS 111-125 The World: Antiquity-1500: HI1 MW 0830Am-0945AM PRR-E110 F15

3 Spencer

35177 HIS 111-126 The World: Antiquity-1500: HI1 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-E110 F15

3 Spencer

33681 HIS 112-175 The World: 1500-Present: HI1 MW 0700Pm-0815PM PRR-W116 F15

3 STAFF

HORSE TRAINING MANGEMENT

32032 HIS 201-125 US History to Reconstruction: HI1 TR 0830Am-0945AM PRR-E110 F15

3 STAFF

FALCON CAMPUS

32039 HIS 201-126 US History to Reconstruction: HI1 TR 1030Am-1145AM PRR-E109 F15

3 STAFF

33196 HIS 201-175 US History to Reconstruction: HI1 TR 0745Pm-0940PM PRR-E110 LAT

3 STAFF

HIS 201.175 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

33075 HIS 202-127 US History since Civil War: HI1 F 0900Am-1145AM PRR-W117 MS4

3 STAFF

33682 HIS 202-128 US History since Civil War: HI1 MW 0400Pm-0515PM PRR-E110 F15

3 STAFF

32036 HIS 202-2L1 US History since Civil War: HI1 MW 1130Am-1245PM PRR-W116 F15

3 Sturdevant

HIS 202.2L1 is a team-taught History/Communication learning community. Students must register for the co-requisite, COM 216.2L1.

32043 HIS 202-2L2 US History since Civil War: HI1 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-W116 F15

3 Sturdevant

HIS 202.2L2 is a team-taught History/Communication learning community. Students must register for the co-requisite, COM 216.2L2.

34591 HIS 236-125 US History Since 1945: HI1 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-E110 F15

3 STAFF

35018 HIS 241-175 History of Pikes Peak Region MW 0530Pm-0645PM PRR-E110 F15

3 Sturdevant

32044 HIS 247-125 20th Century World History: HI1 F 0100Pm-0345PM PRR-E110 MS4 34593 HIS 249-VC2 History of Islamic Civilization: HI1 MW 1130Am-1245PM PRR-S201 F15

3 STAFF 3 Wagner

HIS 249.VC2 is available as a videoconferencing class at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS, Rampart Range Campus, The Downtown Studio Campus, and Falcon Campus.

FALCON CAMPUS 33786 HIS 102-1F1 Western Civilization: 1650-Present: HI1 3 TR 0400Pm-0515PM PFN-122 F15 STAFF 32035 HIS 201-1F1 US History to Reconstruction: HI1 MW 0400Pm-0515PM PFN-124 F15

3 STAFF

34595 HIS 249-VC4 History of Islamic Civilization: HI1 MW 1130Am-1245PM PFN-161 F15

3 Wagner

HIS 249.VC4 is available as a videoconferencing class at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS, Rampart Range Campus, The Downtown Studio Campus, and Falcon Campus

DISTANCE EDUCATION 32045 HIS 101-1N1 Western Civilization:Antiquity-1650: HI1 3 F15 STAFF 34585 HIS 101-4N1 Western Civilization:Antiquity-1650: HI1 3 LAT STAFF

32047 HIS 202-1N1 US History since Civil War: HI1 F15

35151 HTM 155-1F1 Foal Training TR 0230Pm-0520PM PFN-113

3 STAFF

1 TR3 gonzales

HTM 155.1F6 will have off campus field experiences

35152 HTM 260-1F1 Introduction to Internship 1 T 0230Pm-0520PM PFN-113 TR1 gonzaleS

MISCELLANEOUS CAMPUS 35153 HTM 280-031 Internship

1 TR2 gonzaleS

Please contact instructor for more information

HUMANITIES

Humanities classes can be taken in any order

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 32063 HUM 115-101 World Mythology: AH2 TR 1130Am-1245PM PA-313

F15

3 Lawson

32048 HUM 121-101 Humanities: Early Civ: AH2 MW 0830Am-0945AM PA-352 F15

3 Pagel

32050 HUM 121-102 Humanities: Early Civ: AH2 TR 0830Am-0945AM PA-352 F15

3 Piering

32051 HUM 121-103 Humanities: Early Civ: AH2 TR 1130Am-1245PM PA-352 F15

3 Pagel

32049 HUM 121-104 Humanities: Early Civ: AH2 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PA-352 F15

3 Pagel

32052 HUM 121-105 Humanities: Early Civ: AH2 3 MW 0400Pm-0515PM PA-352 F15 Harper 32053 HUM 122-101 Humanities: Medieval to Modern: AH2 3 TR 1000Am-1115AM PA-352 F15 Pagel 32054 HUM 122-151 Humanities: Medieval to Modern: AH2 3 MW 0530Pm-0645PM PA-352 F15 O’Connor 32055 HUM 123-101 Humanities: Modern World: AH2 MW 1000Am-1115AM PA-352 F15

3 Pagel

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 33185 HUM 103-05A Introduction to Film Art MW 0400Pm-0515PM PDO-S215 F15 32056 HUM 121-051 Humanities: Early Civ: AH2 S 1200Pm-0245PM PDO-S124 WKC

3 Johnson 3 Jones

33076 HUM 122-06A Humanities: Medieval to Modern: AH2 3 TR 0530Pm-0645PM PDO-S124 F15 Keohane 33077 HUM 123-05A Humanities: Modern World: AH2 TR 1000Am-1115AM PDO-S124 F15

3 Myers

34477 HUM 131-051 The Arts & Cultures of Mexico S 1200Pm-0245PM PDO-N212 WKC

3 Myers

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

34613 HUM 115-125 World Mythology: AH2 TR 1000Am-1115AM PRR-W116

3 Wagner

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS F15

32057 HUM 121-125 Humanities: Early Civ: AH2 3 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-W114 F15 Hartman 33078 HUM 121-127 Humanities: Early Civ: AH2 F 0100Pm-0345PM PRR-W114 MS4

3 Mason

32058 HUM 121-2H1 Humanities: Early Civ: AH2 T 1130Am-1245PM PRR-W114 F15

3 Wagner

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

34951 HUM 121-2H2 Humanities: Early Civ: AH2 R 1130Am-1245PM PRR-W114 F15

3 Wagner

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

32060 HUM 122-125 Humanities: Medieval to Modern: AH2 3 MW 0230Pm-0345PM PRR-W114 F15 Hartman 32059 HUM 122-175 Humanities: Medieval to Modern: AH2 3 MW 0700Pm-0815PM PRR-W114 F15 Hartman

FALCON CAMPUS 34476 HUM 121-1F1 Humanities: Early Civ: AH2 MW 1130Am-0100PM PFN-122 F15

3 Baker

33745 HUM 122-1F1 Humanities: Medieval to Modern: AH2 3 TR 0230Pm-0345PM PFN-122 F15 Piering

DISTANCE EDUCATION 32061 HUM 121-1N1 Humanities: Early Civ: AH2 F15

3 Betts

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

34085 IND 201-05A Commercial Design II MW 1230Pm-0250PM PDO-N212

F15

4 STAFF

35163 IND 211-05A Interior Construction TR 0800Am-0955AM PDO-S103

F15

4 Whaley

35003 IND 220-06A Interior Design III M 0500Pm-0830PM PDO-N212

F15

3 STAFF

35164 IND 288-05A Practicum T 1230Pm-0150PM

F15

1 STAFF

34998 IND 105-125 Intro to Interior Design T 0200Pm-0445PM PRR-T108 F15

3 STAFF

PDO-N212

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

MISCELLANEOUS CAMPUS 32070 IND 280-031 Internship

F15

2 STAFF

INTERPRETER PREP PROGRAM

Due to placement verification and limited seating, students who register and do not attend the first week of classes, may lose their place in the class. Reinstatement is at the discretion of the instructor and in consideration of section enrollment limits.

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 31575 IPP 122-101 Aspects of Interpreting II 3 M 0830Am-1120AM PA-161 F15 Hernandez 34744 IPP 122-102 Aspects of Interpreting II W 1230Pm-0320PM PA-157 F15

3 STAFF

31577 IPP 125-101 Oral Transliterating R 0130Pm-0330PM PA-157

F15

2 STAFF

INTEGRATED CIRCUIT FABRICATION

34745 IPP 125-151 Oral Transliterating T 0530Pm-0730PM PA-157

F15

2 Jackson

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

31578 IPP 132-101 Interpretation Analysis M 1230Pm-0320PM PA-157 F15

3 Crawford

35185 IPP 132-102 Interpretation Analysis W 0900Am-1150AM PA-161 F15

3 STAFF

32064 HUM 122-1N1 Humanities: Medieval to Modern: AH2 3 F15 Betts

31791 ICF 218-101

Auto Process Control Sys PB-209 F15

4 McCormick

31792 ICF 219-101

Auto Process Control Sys Lab PB-209 F15

4 McCormick

31580 IPP 147-101 Survey of Deaf Culture F 0900Am-1145AM PA-161

MS4

3 Patterson

INTERIOR DESIGN

34746 IPP 205-101 Educational Interpreting TR 0900Am-1050AM PA-161 F15

4 STAFF

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS

31583 IPP 205-102 Educational Interpreting TR 1100Am-1250PM PA-161 F15

4 Crawford

32065 IND 105-05A Intro to Interior Design T 0900Am-1130AM PDO-S230 F15

3 Koster

34999 IND 107-05A History of Interior Design R 0330Pm-0615PM PDO-N201 F15

Koster

32066 IND 110-05A Interior Design I m 0900Am-1150AM PDO-n212

F15

3 STAFF

32505 IND 111-05A Drafting for Interiors MW 0800Am-1050AM PDO-S215

F15

4 STAFf

35162 IND 113-05A Perspective & Rendering Techniques 3 M 1230Pm-0350PM PDO-S232 F15 Whaley 32068 IND 117-05A Interior Textiles R 0100Pm-0315PM PDO-N212

F15

2 STAFF

35000 IND 118-05A Interior Finishes T 0200Pm-0430PM PDO-N212

F15

2 Gray

35001 IND 120-06A Interior Design II W 0500Pm-0830PM PDO-n212

31584 IPP 207-101 Specialized & Technical Communication 2 R 0335Pm-0525PM PA-158 F15 Crawford 31585 IPP 235-101 Advanced Interpreting F 0900Am-1245PM PA-157

MS4

4 STAFF

32858 IPP 279-151 Interpreter Seminar R 0600Pm-0850PM PA-157

F15

3 Jackson

F15

5 STAFF

MISCELLANEOUS CAMPUS 32859 IPP 281-031 Internship

3

35287 IND 151-05A Residential Design TR 0900Am-1120AM PDO-N212

F15

4 STAFF

35096 IND 152-05A Commerical Design I w 0900Am-1120AM PDO-S207

F15

2 Gray

32069 IND 200-05A Kitchen & Bath Design WF 0900Am-1150AM PDO-N212

F15

4 STAFF

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

JAPANESE

Due to placement verification and limited seating, students who register and do not attend the first week of classes, may lose their place in the class. Reinstatement is at the discretion of the instructor and in consideration of section enrollment limits.

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 31589 JPN 111-101 Japanese Language I TR 1000Am-1220PM PA-253

F15

5 McAdams

31591 JPN 112-101 Japanese Language II TR 0230Pm-0450PM PA-253

F15

5 McAdams

31592 JPN 211-101 Japanese Language III: AH4 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PA-253 F15

3 McAdams

31593 JPN 212-151 Japanese Language IV: AH4 TR 0530Pm-0645PM PA-253 F15

3 McAdams

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 35314 JPN 111-175 Japanese Language I TR 0530Pm-0750PM PRR-T108

F15

5 STAFF

JOURNALISM

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

33392 JOU 106-1H1 Fundamentals of Reporting MW 1130Am-1245PM PB-203A F15

3 Purvis

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 34093 JOU 105-125 Introduction to Mass Media: SS3 F 0900Am-1145AM PRR-E212 MS4 32845 JOU 241-2H1 Magazine Article Writing M 0230Pm-0345PM PRR-W118 F15

3 SlAvitz 3 Purvis

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

LITERATURE CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 32071 LIT 115-101 Intro to Literature I: AH2 MW 0830Am-0945AM PA-354 F15

3 Bristol

32072 LIT 115-102 Intro to Literature I: AH2 TR 0830Am-0945AM PA-354 F15

3 Johnson

32923 LIT 115-103 Intro to Literature I: AH2 3 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PA-354 F15 Henrichs 32073 LIT 115-104 Intro to Literature I: AH2 3 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PA-354 F15 Henrichs 32925 LIT 115-152 Intro to Literature I: AH2 TR 0700Pm-0915PM PA-354 LAT

34055 LIT 115-1H1 Intro to Literature I: AH2 W 0530Pm-0645PM PA-356 F15

LAT

3 Purvis

JOU 280.031 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11. For information contact marggie.hanratty@ppcc.edu

3 Jobe

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

34057 LIT 202-101 Masterpieces of Literature II: AH2 MW 1000Am-1115AM PA-354 F15

3 Piering

3 F15 Henrichs

LIT 205.1L1 is a team-taught Literature/Anthropology learning community. Students must register for the co-requisite, ANT 101.1L1.

32074 LIT 222-101 Survey of British Literature II: AH2 3 MW 1130Am-1245PM PA-354 F15 Henrichs 34086 LIT 268-101 Celtic Literature: AH2 MW 0230Pm-0345PM PA-354

3 F15 Henrichs

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 32075 LIT 115-051 Intro to Literature I: AH2 S 1200Pm-0245PM PDO-S232 WKC 32528 LIT 115-05A Intro to Literature I: AH2 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PDO-S230 F15

MISCELLANEOUS CAMPUS

3 STAFF

LIT 115.152 is a 10-week late start class running from Feb 24May 11

34058 LIT 205-1L1 Ethnic Literature: AH2 TR 1130Am-1245PM PA-354

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

34052 JOU 280-031 Internship

CRN

3 Mason 3 Johnson

35122 LIT 202-3H1 Masterpieces of Literature II: AH2 3 R 0100Pm-0215PM PDO-S209 F15 Schofield Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

DISTANCE EDUCATION 31588 JOU 105-1N1 Introduction to Mass Media: SS3 F15

3 Slavitz

34940 JOU 105-1N2 Introduction to Mass Media: SS3 F15

3 SlAvitz

32077 LIT 115-125 Intro to Literature I: AH2 TR 0830Am-0945AM PRR-T104 F15

3 Stephenson

32924 LIT 115-126 Intro to Literature I: AH2 MW 1130Am-1245PM PRR-T104 F15

3 Sharp

34053 LIT 115-127 Intro to Literature I: AH2 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-T107 F15

3 Slaughter

32076 LIT 115-128 Intro to Literature I: AH2 MW 0230Pm-0345PM PRR-T102 F15

3 Mason

35121 LIT 115-129 Intro to Literature I: AH2 TR 1000Am-1115AM PRR-T103 F15

3 STAFF

32078 LIT 115-175 Intro to Literature I: AH2 MW 0530Pm-0645PM PRR-T106 F15

3 STAFF

32926 LIT 202-125 Masterpieces of Literature II: AH2 3 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-T103 F15 Stephenson 34094 LIT 222-125 Survey of British Literature II: AH2 3 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-T106 F15 Hanratty 33249 LIT 225-125 Intro to Shakespeare: AH2 TR 0230Pm-0345PM PRR-T106 F15 35288 LIT 255-125 Children’s Literature MW 0230Pm-0345PM PRR-T104

3 Stephenson

3 F15 bowen

FALCON CAMPUS 34054 LIT 115-1F1 Intro to Literature I: AH2 TR 1130Am-1245PM PFN-112 F15

3 STAFF

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

DISTANCE EDUCATION 32079 LIT 115-1N1 Intro to Literature I: AH2 3 F15 Schoolcraft 34056 LIT 201-1N1 Masterpieces of Literature I: AH2 F15 35123 LIT 255-1N1 Children’s Literature

F15

3 Finch 3 Seal

MACHINING All machining classes are taught in an open-entry, open-exit format. Machining Technology lab hours are MTWR 3 – 8 p.m. (unless otherwise noted). Students must report the first day of class and attend an orientation. Students are advised that the Machining classes can only lead to an AGS degree or apply to other programs that require Machining courses within them. For additional information regarding Machining classes, please contact the Division of Communication, Humanities and Technical Studies at 502-3200.

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 31793 MAC 101-001 Introduction to Machine Shop PB-209 F15

3 Kruger

31794 MAC 101-003 Introduction to Machine Shop PB-209 BI2

3 Kruger

31795 MAC 102-001 Blueprint Reading PB-209

F15

3 Kruger

31796 MAC 102-003 Blueprint Reading PB-209

BI2

3 Kruger

31797 MAC 110-001 Introduction to Engine Lathe PB-209 F15

3 Kruger

31798 MAC 110-003 Introduction to Engine Lathe PB-209 BI2

3 Kruger

31799 MAC 111-001 Intermediate Engine Lathe PB-209 F15

3 Kruger

31800 MAC 111-003 Intermediate Engine Lathe PB-209 BI2

3 Kruger

31801 MAC 112-001 Advanced Engine Lathe PB-209

F15

3 Kruger

31802 MAC 112-003 Advanced Engine Lathe PB-209

BI2

3 Kruger

31803 MAC 120-001 Intro to Milling Machine PB-209 F15

3 Kruger

31804 MAC 120-003 Intro to Milling Machine PB-209 BI2

3 Kruger

31805 MAC 121-001 Intermediate Milling Machine PB-209 F15

3 Kruger

31806 MAC 121-003 Intermediate Milling Machine PB-209 BI2

3 Kruger

31807 MAC 122-001 Adv Milling Machine Operations PB-209 F15

3 Kruger

31808 MAC 122-003 Adv Milling Machine Operations PB-209 BI2

3 Kruger

32872 MAC 201-001 Intro to CNC Turning Operation PB-209 F15

3 Tambone

32873 MAC 202-001 CNC Turning Operations II PB-209 F15

3 Tambone

33996 MAC 205-001 Intro To CNC Milling Operation PB-209 F15

3 Tambone

33997 MAC 206-001 CNC Milling Operations II PB-209 F15

3 Tambone

33998 MAC 207-001 CNC Milling Lab PB-209

3 Tambone

F15

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

31809 MAC 240-001 CAD/CAM 2D

PB-209

F15

3 Tambone

31810 MAC 240-003 CAD/CAM 2D

PB-209

BI2

3 Tambone

31811 MAC 241-001 CAD CAM 2D Lab PB-209

F15

3 Tambone

31812 MAC 241-003 CAD CAM 2D Lab PB-209

BI2

3 Tambone

31813 MAC 245-001 CADCAM 3D

PB-209

F15

3 Tambone

31814 MAC 245-003 CADCAM 3D

PB-209

BI2

3 Tambone

31815 MAC 246-001 CADCAM 3D Lab PB-209

F15

3 STAFF

31816 MAC 246-003 CADCAM 3D Lab PB-209

BI2

3 Tambone

31817 MAC 250-001 Advanced Inspection Techniques PB-209 F15

3 Kruger

31818 MAC 250-003 Advanced Inspection Techniques PB-209 BI2

3 Kruger

31819 MAC 252-001 Practical Metallurgy PB-209

F15

3 Kruger

31820 MAC 252-003 Practical Metallurgy PB-209

BI2

3 Kruger

MANAGEMENT CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 32963 MAN 116-1H1 Principles of Supervision 3 M 0700Pm-0815PM PA-222 F15 Harada Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

33674 MAN 116-1H2 Principles of Supervision 3 T 0230Pm-0345PM PA-225 F15 Harada Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

31554 MAN 226-101 Principles of Management TR 0230Pm-0345PM PA-222 F15

3 Gray

32964 MAN 246-1H1 Critical Issues in Marketing/Mgmt 3 M 0400Pm-0515PM PA-221 F15 Thirion Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 33673 MAN 116-125 Principles of Supervision MW 0230Pm-0345PM PRR-E108 F15

3 Anderson

DISTANCE EDUCATION 34500 MAN 116-1N1 Principles of Supervision F15

3 Taggart

32967 MAN 117-1N1 Time Management

F15

1 Sonntag

32968 MAN 125-1N1 Team Building

F15

1 Sonntag

33188 MAN 128-1N1 Human Relations in Organizations F15

3 Thirion

31557 MAN 200-1N1 Human Resource Management I F15

3 Thirion

31558 MAN 216-1N1 Small Business Management F15

3 Bowles

31559 MAN 226-1N1 Principles of Management F15

3 Taggart

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

MARKETING CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 32965 MAR 111-1H1 Principles of Sales R 0100Pm-0215PM PA-364

F15

3 Gray

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

32966 MAR 160-1H1 Customer Service R 0230Pm-0345PM PA-255

F15

3 Kuzara

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 31567 MAR 216-125 Principles of Marketing TR 1000Am-1115AM PRR-E108 F15

3 Bricker

DISTANCE EDUCATION 34501 MAR 111-1N1 Principles of Sales 35097 MAR 160-1N1 Customer Service

F15

3 Gray

F15

3 Kuzara

31569 MAR 216-1N1 Principles of Marketing F15

3 Meyer

33676 MAR 240-1N1 International Marketing F15

3 Meyer

33677 MAR 249-1N1 Strategic Marketing

F15

3 Thirion

For Accelerated College Prep Math classes, see page 43.

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

31831 MAT 030-110 Fundamentals of Mathematics TR 0300Pm-0350PM PA-314 F15

2 STAFF

35124 MAT 030-111 Fundamentals of Mathematics MW 1200Pm-1250PM PA-309 F15

2 STAFF

35125 MAT 030-112 Fundamentals of Mathematics TR 1200Pm-1250PM PA-314 F15

2 STAFF

31836 MAT 030-151 Fundamentals of Mathematics MW 0600Pm-0650PM PA-319 F15

2 STAFF

31837 MAT 030-152 Fundamentals of Mathematics MW 0700Pm-0750PM PA-319 F15

2 STAFF

31839 MAT 030-153 Fundamentals of Mathematics TR 0500Pm-0550PM PA-318 F15

2 STAFF

31840 MAT 030-154 Fundamentals of Mathematics TR 0830Pm-0920PM PA-315 F15

2 STAFF

35301 MAT 030-155 Fundamentals of Mathematics MW 0500Pm-0550PM PA-319 F15

2 STAFF

31842 MAT 030-211 Fundamentals of Mathematics MWF 0800Am-0905AM PB-309 BI1

2 STAFF

Students in MAT 030.211 may also enroll in a 2nd bisemester MAT 060 class. Please see course schedule for the MAT 060 2nd bisemester class times.

31843 MAT 030-212 Fundamentals of Mathematics MWF 1000Am-1105AM PA-319 BI1

2 STAFF

Students in MAT 030.212 may also enroll in a 2nd bisemester MAT 060 class. Please see course schedule for the MAT 060 2nd bisemester class times.

2 STAFF

MAT 030.311 and mat 060.113 are linked classes and may be registered for concurrently.

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 2 Frydrych

This self-paced class is designed to fill in gaps of a previous course. It offers the possibility of finishing the previous course as well as the next one. Permission of the instructor is necessary.

34597 MAT 030-002 Fundamentals of Mathematics MTWR 0500Pm-0650PM PB-302 F15

COURSE DAYS

35126 MAT 030-311 Fundamentals of Mathematics MTWR 0300Pm-0415PM PB-302 TR1

MATH

34596 MAT 030-001 Fundamentals of Mathematics MTWR 0800Am-0950AM PB-302 F15

CRN

2 Frydrych

This self-paced class is designed to fill in gaps of a previous course. It offers the possibility of finishing the previous course as well as the next one. Permission of the instructor is necessary.

34598 MAT 060-001 Pre-Algebra MTWR 0800Am-0950AM PB-302

F15

3 Frydrych

This self-paced class is designed to fill in gaps of a previous course. It offers the possibility of finishing the previous course as well as the next one. Permission of the instructor is necessary.

34599 MAT 060-002 Pre-Algebra MTWR 0500Pm-0650PM PB-302

F15

3 Frydrych

This self-paced class is designed to fill in gaps of a previous course. It offers the possibility of finishing the previous course as well as the next one. Permission of the instructor is necessary.

31852 MAT 060-101 Pre-Algebra MW 0830Am-0945AM PA-315

F15

3 STAFF

31853 MAT 060-102 Pre-Algebra MW 1000Am-1115AM PA-206

F15

3 Stewart

31823 MAT 030-101 Fundamentals of Mathematics MW 0800Am-0850AM PA-319 F15

2 STAFF

31824 MAT 030-102 Fundamentals of Mathematics MW 0900Am-0950AM PA-319 F15

2 STAFF

33172 MAT 030-103 Fundamentals of Mathematics MW 1000Am-1050AM PA-315 F15

2 STAFF

31825 MAT 030-104 Fundamentals of Mathematics MW 1200Pm-1250PM Pa-319 F15

2 STAFF

31854 MAT 060-103 Pre-Algebra MW 1130Am-1245PM PA-315

F15

3 STAFF

31826 MAT 030-105 Fundamentals of Mathematics MW 1200Pm-1250PM PA-314 F15

2 STAFF

31855 MAT 060-104 Pre-Algebra MW 0100Pm-0215PM PA-319

F15

3 STAFF

31827 MAT 030-106 Fundamentals of Mathematics MW 0300Pm-0350PM PA-318 F15

2 STAFF

31828 MAT 030-107 Fundamentals of Mathematics TR 0900Am-0950AM PB-309 F15

2 STAFF

31856 MAT 060-105 Pre-Algebra MW 0230Pm-0345PM PA-315

F15

3 STAFF

31830 MAT 030-108 Fundamentals of Mathematics TR 1200Pm-1250PM PA-318 F15

2 STAFF

31857 MAT 060-106 Pre-Algebra MW 0400Pm-0515PM PA-315

F15

3 STAFF

33173 MAT 030-109 Fundamentals of Mathematics TR 0100Pm-0150PM PA-318 F15

2 STAFF

31858 MAT 060-107 Pre-Algebra TR 0830Am-0945AM PA-315

F15

3 STAFF

31859 MAT 060-108 Pre-Algebra TR 1000Am-1115AM PA-315

F15

3 STAFF

31860 MAT 060-109 Pre-Algebra TR 1130Am-1245PM PA-315

F15

3 Stewart

31861 MAT 060-110 Pre-Algebra TR 0100Pm-0215PM PA-315

F15

3 STAFF

MAT 030.109 students must register for MAT 101.101 Enhanced Math Support

MAT 060.102 will also be broadcast as a televised course. Students who plan to take this section via television must enroll in MAT 060.1TV.

MAT 060.104 students must register for MAT 101.102 Enhanced Math Support

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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ALL CAMPUSES â&#x20AC;˘ SPRING 2010 CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

31862 MAT 060-111 Pre-Algebra TR 0230Pm-0345PM PA-315

F15

3 STAFF

32108 MAT 090-152 Introductory Algebra MW 0800Pm-0950PM PA-314

F15

4 STAFF

31863 MAT 060-112 Pre-Algebra TR 0400Pm-0515PM PA-315

F15

3 STAFF

33983 MAT 090-153 Introductory Algebra TR 0600Pm-0850PM PB-309

LAT

4 STAFF

35127 MAT 060-113 Pre-Algebra MTWR 0300Pm-0350PM PB-302

LAT

3 STAFF

MAT 060.113 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11 MAT 060.113 and MAT 030.311 are linked classes and may be registered for concurrently.

31872 MAT 060-151 Pre-Algebra MW 0530Pm-0645PM PA-315

F15

3 STAFF

31873 MAT 060-152 Pre-Algebra MW 0700Pm-0815PM PA-315

F15

3 STAFF

33091 MAT 060-153 Pre-Algebra TR 0530Pm-0645PM PA-315

F15

3 STAFF

31874 MAT 060-154 Pre-Algebra TR 0700Pm-0815PM PA-315

F15

3 STAFF

31877 MAT 060-231 Pre-Algebra MWF 0800Am-0950AM PB-309

BI2

3 STAFF

31878 MAT 060-232 Pre-Algebra MWF 1000Am-1150AM PA-319

BI2

3 STAFF

TR1

3 STAFF

35273 MAT 060-311 Pre-Algebra TRF 0800Am-1050AM PA-319

MAT 060.311 and MAT 090.109 are linked courses and must be registered for concurrently.

34600 MAT 090-001 Introductory Algebra MTWR 0800Am-0950AM PB-302

F15

4 Frydrych

This self-paced class is designed to fill in gaps of a previous course. It offers the possibility of finishing the previous course as well as the next one. Permission of the instructor is necessary.

34601 MAT 090-002 Introductory Algebra MTWR 0500Pm-0650PM PB-302

F15

4 Frydrych

This self-paced class is designed to fill in gaps of a previous course. It offers the possibility of finishing the previous course as well as the next one. Permission of the instructor is necessary.

31888 MAT 090-101 Introductory Algebra MW 0800Am-0950AM PA-314

F15

4 Clarke

31889 MAT 090-102 Introductory Algebra MW 1000Am-1150AM PA-314

F15

4 Novack

31891 MAT 090-103 Introductory Algebra MW 0100Pm-0250PM PA-314

F15

4 Stewart

MAT 090.103 students must register for MAT 101.103 Enhanced Math Support

32579 MAT 090-104 Introductory Algebra MW 0100Pm-0250PM PA-318

F15

4 Clarke

31892 MAT 090-105 Introductory Algebra MW 0400Pm-0550PM PA-314

F15

4 STAFF

F15

4 Krzemien

31893 MAT 090-106 Introductory Algebra TR 0800Am-0950AM PA-206

MAT 090.106 will also be broadcast as a televised course. Students who plan to take this section via television must enroll in MAT 090.1TV. Students must also register for MAT 101.104.

33852 MAT 090-107 Introductory Algebra TR 0100Pm-0250PM PA-314 31895 MAT 090-108 Introductory Algebra TR 0400Pm-0550PM PA-314 35274 MAT 090-109 Introductory Algebra TR 0800Am-1050AM PA-319

F15

4 Swartz

F15

4 STAFF

LAT

4 STAFF

MAT 090.109 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11. MAT 090.109 and MAT 060.311 are linked courses and must be registered for concurrently.

32107 MAT 090-151 Introductory Algebra MW 0600Pm-0750PM PA-314

F15

MAT 090.154 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

32109 MAT 090-154 Introductory Algebra TR 0800Pm-0950PM PA-314

F15

4 STAFF

33092 MAT 090-1H1 Introductory Algebra T 0600Pm-0750PM PA-314

F15

4 Krzemien

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction. MYMATHLAB is required.

31894 MAT 090-1L1 Introductory Algebra TR 1000Am-1150AM PB-309

F15

4 Frydrych

MAT 090.1L1 is a team taught Math/English learning community. Students must register for the co-requisite, ENG 090.1L1.

34602 MAT 099-001 Intermediate Algebra MTWR 0800Am-0950AM PB-302

F15

4 Frydrych

This self-paced class is designed to fill in gaps of a previous course. It offers the possibility of finishing the previous course as well as the next one. Permission of the instructor is necessary.

34603 MAT 099-002 Intermediate Algebra MTWR 0500Pm-0650PM PB-302

F15

4 Frydrych

This self-paced class is designed to fill in gaps of a previous course. It offers the possibility of finishing the previous course as well as the next one. Permission of the instructor is necessary.

33894 MAT 099-101 Intermediate Algebra MW 0800Am-0950AM PA-318

F15

4 STAFF

33895 MAT 099-102 Intermediate Algebra MW 1000Am-1150AM PB-232

F15

4 STAFF

33896 MAT 099-103 Intermediate Algebra MW 0100Pm-0250PM PA-206

F15

4 Novack

MAT 099.103 will also be broadcast as a televised course. Students who plan to take this section via television must enroll in MAT 099.1TV.

33897 MAT 099-104 Intermediate Algebra TR 0800Am-0950AM PA-318

F15

4 STAFF

33898 MAT 099-105 Intermediate Algebra TR 1000Am-1150AM PA-318

F15

4 Swartz

33899 MAT 099-106 Intermediate Algebra TR 0100Pm-0350PM PA-167A

LAT

4 Novack

MAT 099.106 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

33908 MAT 099-151 Intermediate Algebra MW 0600Pm-0750PM PA-318

F15

4 STAFF

33909 MAT 099-152 Intermediate Algebra TR 0600Pm-0750PM PA-167A

F15

4 STAFF

34516 MAT 101-101 Enhanced Mathematics Support TR 0200Pm-0250PM PA-226 F15

1 STAFF

MAT 101.101 students must register for MAT 030.109

34517 MAT 101-102 Enhanced Mathematics Support MW 0230Pm-0320PM PA-219 F15

1 STAFF

MAT 101.102 students must register for MAT 060.104

34518 MAT 101-103 Enhanced Mathematics Support MW 0300Pm-0350PM PA-218 F15

1 Stewart

MAT 101.103 students must register for MAT 090.103

35233 MAT 101-104 Enhanced Mathematics Support TR 1000Am-1050AM PA-250 F15

1 STAFF

MAT 101.104 students must also register for MAT 090.106

32580 MAT 103-101 Math for Clinical Calculations MW 0230Pm-0345PM PB-309 F15

3 STAFF

33853 MAT 103-151 Math for Clinical Calculations TR 0700Pm-0815PM PA-319 F15

3 STAFF

4 STAFF

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


80 CRN

Code explanation and College location see page 23.

ALL CAMPUSES â&#x20AC;˘ SPRING 2010 COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

32581 MAT 107-101 Career Math TR 1130Am-1245PM PA-319

F15

3 Novack

32187 MAT 201-101 Calculus I: MA1 MW 1000Am-1220PM PA-167A

F15

5 Pruett

32131 MAT 107-102 Career Math TR 0830Am-0945AM PA-314

F15

3 STAFF

32212 MAT 201-151 Calculus I: MA1 MW 0530Pm-0750PM PA-167B

F15

5 Treulieb

32133 MAT 107-103 Career Math MW 0100Pm-0215PM PA-315

F15

3 STAFF

32214 MAT 202-151 Calculus II: MA1 TR 0530Pm-0750PM PA-167B

F15

5 Anderson

32134 MAT 107-151 Career Math TR 0530Pm-0645PM PA-319

F15

3 STAFF

33862 MAT 215-101 Discrete Mathematics: MA1 TR 0300Pm-0450PM PB-309 F15

4 Anderson

33094 MAT 108-101 Technical Mathematics TR 0800Am-0950AM PA-167B

F15

4 STAFF

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS

F15

3 STAFF

34604 MAT 030-00A Fundamentals of Mathematics MTWR 0300Pm-0450PM PDO-N102 F15

34614 MAT 112-102 Financial Mathematics MW 0400Pm-0515PM PA-359

F15

3 STAFF

32143 MAT 112-151 Financial Mathematics TR 0530Pm-0645PM PA-359

F15

3 STAFF

32144 MAT 120-101 Math for Liberal Arts: MA1 MW 0100Pm-0250PM PB-302 F15

4 Anderson

32140 MAT 112-101 Financial Mathematics TR 1000Am-1115AM PA-222

32149 MAT 121-101 College Algebra: MA1 MW 0800Am-0950AM PA-167B

2 Frydrych

This self-paced class is designed to fill in gaps of a previous course. It offers the possibility of finishing the previous course as well as the next one. Permission of the instructor is necessary.

31821 MAT 030-051 Fundamentals of Mathematics S 0100Pm-0250PM PDO-N102 WKC

2 STAFF

31822 MAT 030-053 Fundamentals of Mathematics MWF 1000Am-1105AM PDO-N102 BI1

2 STAFF

F15

4 STAFF

32151 MAT 121-102 College Algebra: MA1 MW 1000Am-1150AM PA-167B

F15

4 Davenport

32153 MAT 121-103 College Algebra: MA1 MW 0100Pm-0250PM PA-167A

F15

4 Treulieb

31848 MAT 030-05A Fundamentals of Mathematics MW 1200Pm-1250PM PDO-N102 F15

2 STAFF

32574 MAT 121-104 College Algebra: MA1 MW 0300Pm-0450PM PA-167B

F15

4 Anderson

31849 MAT 030-05B Fundamentals of Mathematics TR 0900Am-0950AM PDO-N102 F15

2 STAFF

32154 MAT 121-105 College Algebra: MA1 TR 0800Am-0950AM PA-167A

F15

4 STAFF

33850 MAT 030-06A Fundamentals of Mathematics MW 0600Pm-0650PM PDO-N102 F15

2 STAFF

32156 MAT 121-106 College Algebra: MA1 TR 1000Am-1150AM PA-314

F15

4 STAFF

34605 MAT 060-00A Pre-Algebra MTWR 0300Pm-0450PM PDO-N102

34155 MAT 121-107 College Algebra: MA1 TR 0100Pm-0250PM PB-302

F15

4 STAFF

33214 MAT 121-151 College Algebra: MA1 MW 0600Pm-0750PM PA-167A

F15

4 STAFF

F15

4 STAFF

33856 MAT 122-VC1 College Trigonometry: MA1 TR 0230Pm-0345PM PA-206 F15

3 STAFF

33984 MAT 121-152 College Algebra: MA1 TR 0600Pm-0750PM PA-318

MAT 122.VC1 is available as a videoconferencing class at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS, Rampart Range Campus, The Downtown Studio Campus, and Falcon Campus

33860 MAT 125-101 Survey of Calculus: MA1 MW 0100Pm-0250PM PA-167B F15

4 STAFF

32172 MAT 125-102 Survey of Calculus: MA1 TR 1000Am-1150AM PA-167A F15

4 Engle

32173 MAT 135-101 Intro to Statistics: MA1 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PA-219

3 Engle

F15

Students enrolling in MAT 135.101 must also register for the one credit co-requisite class MAT 179.101

Students in MAT 030.053 may also enroll in a 2nd bisemester MAT 060 class. Please see course schedule for the MAT 060 2nd bisemester class times.

F15

3 Frydrych

This self-paced class is designed to fill in gaps of a previous course. It offers the possibility of finishing the previous course as well as the next one. Permission of the instructor is necessary.

31850 MAT 060-051 Pre-Algebra S 0900Am-1145AM PDO-N102

WKC

3 STAFF

31851 MAT 060-055 Pre-Algebra MWF 1000Am-1150AM PDO-N102

BI2

3 STAFF

32892 MAT 060-05A Pre-Algebra MW 0830Am-0945AM PDO-N102

F15

3 STAFF

31882 MAT 060-05B Pre-Algebra TR 0830Am-0945AM PDO-N206

F15

3 STAFF

35128 MAT 060-05C Pre-Algebra TR 0400Pm-0515PM PDO-N206

F15

3 STAFF

31884 MAT 060-06A Pre-Algebra MW 0700Pm-0815PM PDO-N102

F15

3 STAFF

34606 MAT 090-00A Introductory Algebra MTWR 0300Pm-0450PM PDO-N102

F15

4 Frydrych

This self-paced class is designed to fill in gaps of a previous course. It offers the possibility of finishing the previous course as well as the next one. Permission of the instructor is necessary.

33096 MAT 155-101 Integrated Math I: MA1 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PA-167B

F15

3 Lawton

32177 MAT 156-101 Integrated Math II: MA1 TR 1130Am-1245PM PA-167B

F15

3 STAFF

32111 MAT 090-05A Introductory Algebra MW 0100Pm-0250PM PDO-N206

F15

4 STAFF

33157 MAT 166-101 Pre-Calculus: MA1 MWF 0815Am-0945AM PA-167A

F15

5 Mahan

32112 MAT 090-05B Introductory Algebra TR 1000Am-1150AM PDO-N206

F15

4 Olsen

32183 MAT 166-151 Pre-Calculus: MA1 MW 0530Pm-0750PM PB-309

F15

5 STAFF

32113 MAT 090-06A Introductory Algebra TR 0600Pm-0750PM PDO-N102

F15

4 STAFF

32184 MAT 179-101 Computer Applcts for Stats Procedures 1 TR 0230Pm-0325PM PA-219 F15 Engle

32116 MAT 090-3H1 Introductory Algebra S 0900Am-1120AM PDO-N206

WKC

4 STAFF

Students enrolling in MAT 179.101 must also register for the three credit co-requisite class MAT 135.101

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction. MYMATHLAB is required.

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


81

ALL CAMPUSES â&#x20AC;˘ SPRING 2010 CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

34607 MAT 099-00A Intermediate Algebra MTWR 0300Pm-0450PM PDO-N102

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR F15

4 Frydrych

This self-paced class is designed to fill in gaps of a previous course. It offers the possibility of finishing the previous course as well as the next one. Permission of the instructor is necessary.

33891 MAT 099-05A Intermediate Algebra MW 1000Am-1150AM PDO-N206

F15

4 Olsen

33892 MAT 099-05B Intermediate Algebra TR 0100Pm-0250PM PDO-N206

F15

4 Olsen

33893 MAT 099-06A Intermediate Algebra TR 0800Pm-0950PM PDO-N102

F15

4 STAFF

33914 MAT 099-3H1 Intermediate Algebra S 1200Pm-0150PM PDO-N206

WKC

4 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction. MYMATHLAB is required.

32136 MAT 107-05A Career Math MW 0830Am-0945AM PDO-N206

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

31845 MAT 030-222 Fundamentals of Mathematics MWF 0100Pm-0205PM PRR-E114 BI1

2 STAFF

Students in MAT 030.222 may also enroll in a 2nd bisemester MAT 060 class. Please see course schedule for the MAT 060 2nd bisemester class times.

35058 MAT 060-006 Pre-Algebra MTWR 0800Am-0950AM PRR-T101

F15

3 Frydrych

This self-paced class is designed to fill in gaps of a previous course. It offers the possibility of finishing the previous course as well as the next one. Permission of the instructor is necessary.

35293 MAT 060-009 Pre-Algebra MTWR 0500Pm-0650PM PRR-T101

F15

3 Frydrych

This self-paced class is designed to fill in gaps of a previous course. It offers the possibility of finishing the previous course as well as the next one. Permission of the instructor is necessary.

F15

3 Olsen

31864 MAT 060-125 Pre-Algebra MW 0830Am-0945AM PRR-T102

F15

3 STAFF

32146 MAT 120-05A Math for Liberal Arts: MA1 TR 1000Am-1150AM PDO-N102 F15

4 STAFF

31865 MAT 060-126 Pre-Algebra MW 1000Am-1115AM PRR-T102

F15

3 STAFF

34927 MAT 120-06A Math for Liberal Arts: MA1 MW 0600Pm-0850PM PDO-N206 LAT

4 STAFF

31866 MAT 060-127 Pre-Algebra MW 1130Am-1245PM PRR-T102

F15

3 STAFF

31867 MAT 060-128 Pre-Algebra MW 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-T102

F15

3 STAFF

31868 MAT 060-129 Pre-Algebra TR 0830Am-0945AM PRR-T102

F15

3 STAFF

MAT 120.06A is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

32147 MAT 120-3H1 Math for Liberal Arts: MA1 S 1000Am-1150AM PDO-S209 WKC

4 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

32169 MAT 121-05A College Algebra: MA1 TR 0100Pm-0250PM PDO-N102

F15

4 Treulieb

31869 MAT 060-130 Pre-Algebra TR 1000Am-1115AM PRR-T102

F15

3 STAFF

35129 MAT 121-06A College Algebra: MA1 MW 0600Pm-0750PM PDO-S209

F15

4 STAFF

31870 MAT 060-131 Pre-Algebra TR 1130Am-1245PM PRR-T102

F15

3 STAFF

33095 MAT 121-3H1 College Algebra: MA1 F 0530Pm-0750PM PDO-N102

WKC

4 STAFF

31871 MAT 060-132 Pre-Algebra TR 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-T102

F15

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction. MYMATHLAB is required.

33858 MAT 122-VC3 College Trigonometry: MA1 TR 0230Pm-0345PM PDO-S208 F15

3 STAFF

MAT 122.VC3 is available as a videoconferencing class at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS, Rampart Range Campus, The Downtown Studio Campus, and Falcon Campus

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS For Accelerated College Prep Math classes, see page 43. 35056 MAT 030-006 Fundamentals of Mathematics MTWR 0800Am-0950AM PRR-T101 F15

2 Frydrych

This self-paced class is designed to fill in gaps of a previous course. It offers the possibility of finishing the previous course as well as the next one. Permission of the instructor is necessary.

35291 MAT 030-009 Fundamentals of Mathematics MTWR 0500Pm-0650PM PRR-T101 F15

2 Frydrych

This self-paced class is designed to fill in gaps of a previous course. It offers the possibility of finishing the previous course as well as the next one. Permission of the instructor is necessary.

MAT 060.132 students must register for MAT 101.125 Enhanced Math Support

35154 MAT 060-133 Pre-Algebra MW 0400Pm-0515PM PRR-T102

F15

3 Parcha

31875 MAT 060-175 Pre-Algebra MW 0530Pm-0645PM PRR-T102

F15

3 STAFF

31876 MAT 060-176 Pre-Algebra TR 0700Pm-0815PM PRR-T102

F15

3 STAFF

31880 MAT 060-241 Pre-Algebra MWF 0800Am-0950AM PRR-E114

BI2

3 STAFF

31881 MAT 060-242 Pre-Algebra MWF 0100Pm-0250PM PRR-E114

BI2

3 STAFF

35060 MAT 090-006 Introductory Algebra MTWR 0800Am-0950AM PRR-T101

F15

4 Frydrych

This self-paced class is designed to fill in gaps of a previous course. It offers the possibility of finishing the previous course as well as the next one. Permission of the instructor is necessary.

35061 MAT 090-007 Introductory Algebra MTWR 0500Pm-0650PM PRR-T101

F15

4 Frydrych

This self-paced class is designed to fill in gaps of a previous course. It offers the possibility of finishing the previous course as well as the next one. Permission of the instructor is necessary.

31832 MAT 030-125 Fundamentals of Mathematics MW 1200Pm-1250PM PRR-E204 F15

2 STAFF

31833 MAT 030-126 Fundamentals of Mathematics TR 0900Am-0950AM PRR-E114 F15

2 STAFF

31896 MAT 090-125 Introductory Algebra MW 0800Am-0950AM PRR-E204

F15

4 STAFF

31834 MAT 030-127 Fundamentals of Mathematics TR 1200Pm-1250PM PRR-T103 F15

2 STAFF

31897 MAT 090-126 Introductory Algebra MW 1000Am-1150AM PRR-E204

F15

4 Roth

31841 MAT 030-175 Fundamentals of Mathematics MW 0700Pm-0750PM PRR-T102 F15

2 STAFF

31898 MAT 090-127 Introductory Algebra MW 0100Pm-0250PM PRR-E204

F15

4 STAFF

31844 MAT 030-221 Fundamentals of Mathematics MWF 0800Am-0905AM PRR-E114 BI1

2 STAFF

31899 MAT 090-128 Introductory Algebra TR 0800Am-0950AM PRR-E204

F15

4 STAFF

Students in MAT 030.221 may also enroll in a 2nd bisemester MAT 060 class. Please see course schedule for the MAT 060 2nd bisemester class times.

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


82 CRN

Code explanation and College location see page 23.

ALL CAMPUSES â&#x20AC;˘ SPRING 2010 COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

32104 MAT 090-129 Introductory Algebra TR 1000Am-1150AM PRR-E204

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR 4 Roth

F15

MAT 090.129 students must register for MAT 101.126 Enhanced Math Support

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

32145 MAT 120-126 Math for Liberal Arts: MA1 TR 0100Pm-0250PM PRR-E114 F15

4 Wiley

32157 MAT 121-125 College Algebra: MA1 MW 0800Am-0950AM PRR-W106

F15

4 Wolfe

32105 MAT 090-130 Introductory Algebra TR 0100Pm-0250PM PRR-E204

F15

4 Deherrera

32158 MAT 121-126 College Algebra: MA1 MW 1000Am-1150AM PRR-W106

F15

4 Bradley

32106 MAT 090-131 Introductory Algebra TR 0400Pm-0550PM PRR-T106

F15

4 Deherrera

32159 MAT 121-127 College Algebra: MA1 MW 0100Pm-0250PM PRR-W106

F15

4 Bradley

33199 MAT 090-175 Introductory Algebra MW 0600Pm-0750PM PRR-T104

F15

4 STAFF

32160 MAT 121-128 College Algebra: MA1 MW 0400Pm-0550PM PRR-W106

F15

4 Wolfe

32110 MAT 090-176 Introductory Algebra TR 0600Pm-0750PM PRR-E204

F15

4 STAFF

32161 MAT 121-129 College Algebra: MA1 TR 0800Am-0950AM PRR-W106

F15

4 STAFF

33093 MAT 090-2H1 Introductory Algebra M 0800Pm-0950PM PRR-T102

F15

4 STAFF

32164 MAT 121-130 College Algebra: MA1 TR 1000Am-1150AM PRR-W106

F15

4 Wolfe

32166 MAT 121-131 College Algebra: MA1 TR 0100Pm-0250PM PRR-W106

F15

4 Wolfe

32168 MAT 121-175 College Algebra: MA1 TR 0600Pm-0750PM PRR-W106

F15

4 Ashton

33857 MAT 122-VC2 College Trigonometry: MA1 TR 0230Pm-0345PM PRR-S201 F15

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction. MYMATHLAB is required.

35062 MAT 099-006 Intermediate Algebra MTWR 0800Am-0950AM PRR-T101

F15

4 Frydrych

This self-paced class is designed to fill in gaps of a previous course. It offers the possibility of finishing the previous course as well as the next one. Permission of the instructor is necessary.

35063 MAT 099-007 Intermediate Algebra MTWR 0500Pm-0650PM PRR-T101

F15

4 Frydrych

This self-paced class is designed to fill in gaps of a previous course. It offers the possibility of finishing the previous course as well as the next one. Permission of the instructor is necessary.

33900 MAT 099-125 Intermediate Algebra MW 0800Am-0950AM PRR-T103

F15

4 STAFF

33901 MAT 099-126 Intermediate Algebra MW 1000Am-1150AM PRR-E114

F15

4 STAFF

33902 MAT 099-127 Intermediate Algebra MW 0100Pm-0250PM PRR-T103

F15

4 Wolfe

33907 MAT 099-128 Intermediate Algebra MW 0300Pm-0450PM PRR-T103

F15

4 STAFF

F15

4 STAFF

F15

4 STAFF

F15

4 STAFF

F15

4 Parcha

LAT

4 STAFF

33903 MAT 099-129 Intermediate Algebra TR 0800Am-0950AM PRR-T103 33904 MAT 099-130 Intermediate Algebra TR 1000Am-1150AM PRR-T104 33905 MAT 099-131 Intermediate Algebra TR 0100Pm-0250PM PRR-T104 33906 MAT 099-132 Intermediate Algebra TR 0400Pm-0550PM PRR-W106 33910 MAT 099-176 Intermediate Algebra TR 0700Pm-0950PM PRR-W117

MAT 099.176 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

35300 MAT 099-2H1 Intermediate Algebra W 0800Pm-0950PM PRR-W106

F15

4 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

34519 MAT 101-125 Enhanced Mathematics Support TR 0230Pm-0320PM PRR-t102 F15

1 STAFF

MAT 101.125 students must register for MAT 060.132

35286 MAT 101-126 Enhanced Mathematics Support TR 1200Pm-1250PM PRR-E204 F15

1 STAFF

MAT 101.126 students must also register for MAT 090.129

33467 MAT 103-125 Math for Clinical Calculations MW 0830Am-0945AM PRR-E210 F15

3 STAFF

33155 MAT 103-2H1 Math for Clinical Calculations F 0900Am-1150AM PRR-W106 BI1

3 STAFF

MAT 122.VC2 is available as a videoconferencing class at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS, Rampart Range Campus, The Downtown Studio Campus, and Falcon Campus

33156 MAT 125-175 Survey of Calculus: MA1 TR 0700Pm-0850PM PRR-T104 F15

4 STAFF

32175 MAT 135-175 Intro to Statistics: MA1 MW 0530Pm-0645PM PRR-E207

3 STAFF

F15

Students enrolling in MAT 135.175 must also register for the one credit co-requisite class MAT 179.175

34928 MAT 155-261 Integrated Math I: MA1 MWF 0600Pm-0750PM PRR-E114

BI1

3 Deherrera

students may concurrently enroll in mat 155.261 and mat 156.281.

34929 MAT 156-281 Integrated Math II: MA1 MWF 0600Pm-0750PM PRR-E114

BI2

3 Deherrera

students may concurrently enroll in mat 155.261 and mat 156.281.

32180 MAT 166-125 Pre-Calculus: MA1 TR 1000Am-1220PM PRR-E114

F15

5 Bradley

32181 MAT 166-175 Pre-Calculus: MA1 TR 0530Pm-0750PM PRR-T103

F15

5 Wiley

32186 MAT 179-175 Computer Applctns for Stats Procedures 1 MW 0700Pm-0745PM PRR-E207 F15 STAFF Students enrolling in MAT 179.175 must also register for the three credit co-requisite class MAT 135.175

33861 MAT 201-126 Calculus I: MA1 TR 1000Am-1220PM PRR-T106

F15

5 Ashton

32188 MAT 201-175 Calculus I: MA1 TR 0530Pm-0720PM PRR-E114

F15

5 Bradley

32213 MAT 202-125 Calculus II: MA1 MW 1000Am-1220PM PRR-T103

F15

5 Wiley

32583 MAT 203-125 Calculus III: MA1 TR 0300Pm-0450PM PRR-E114

F15

4 STAFF

35141 MAT 255-175 Linear Algebra: MA1 MW 0600Pm-0715PM PRR-w106

F15

3 Engle

34249 MAT 265-125 Differential Equations: MA1 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-E207 F15

3 Ashton

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

32142 MAT 112-125 Financial Mathematics MW 1130Am-1245PM PRR-E208

F15

3 STAFF

33097 MAT 120-125 Math for Liberal Arts: MA1 MW 1000Am-1150AM PRR-T106 F15

4 STAFF

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

FALCON CAMPUS 33796 MAT 030-1F1 Fundamentals of Mathematics MW 0900Am-0950AM PFN-112 F15

2 Swartz

33797 MAT 030-1F2 Fundamentals of Mathematics S 0100Pm-0250PM PFN-124 MS4

2 STAFF

35142 MAT 030-1F6 Fundamentals of Mathematics TR 0500Pm-0550PM PFN-124 F15

2 STAFF

33798 MAT 060-1F1 Pre-Algebra TR 1000Am-1115AM PFN-124

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

F15

3 STAFF

35138 MAT 107-3N1 Career Math

BI2

3 STAFF

35139 MAT 120-3N1 Math for Liberal Arts: MA1 BI2

4 STAFF

32582 MAT 121-1N1 College Algebra: MA1

F15

4 Mahan

BI2

4 STAFF

35257 MAT 122-1N1 College Trigonometry: MA1 F15

3 STAFF

F15

33799 MAT 060-1F2 Pre-Algebra S 0900Am-1150AM PFN-124

MS4

3 STAFF

33800 MAT 090-1F1 Introductory Algebra MW 1000Am-1150AM PFN-112

F15

4 Swartz

F15

4 STAFF

F15

4 Clarke

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

33911 MAT 099-1F1 Intermediate Algebra TR 0100Pm-0250PM PFN-124 35144 MAT 099-1F6 Intermediate Algebra MW 0600Pm-0750PM PFN-124

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

35133 MAT 107-1N2 Career Math

3 STAFF

35143 MAT 090-1F6 Introductory Algebra TR 0600Pm-0750PM PFN-124

BLDG/RM

MYMATHLAB is required

35140 MAT 121-3N1 College Algebra: MA1 MYMATHLAB is required

MYMATHLAB is required

MEDICAL OFFICE TECHNOLOGY

F15

4 STAFF

33801 MAT 107-1F1 Career Math TR 0830Am-0945AM PFN-124

F15

3 STAFF

32345 MOT 110-151 Medical Office Administration MW 0500Pm-0650PM PA-366 F15

33802 MAT 121-1F1 College Algebra: MA1 MW 1000Am-1150AM PFN-124

F15

4 STAFF

34508 MOT 123-321 Intro to Clinical Physiology 1 F 1030Am-0250PM PA-366 TR2 bond

34612 MAT 121-1F6 College Algebra: MA1 TR 0700Pm-0850PM PFN-POD 603 F15

4 STAFF

34507 MOT 124-151 Medical Filing W 0500Pm-0750PM PA-250

2 F15 chestnut

33859 MAT 122-VC4 College Trigonometry: MA1 TR 0230Pm-0345PM PFN-161 F15

3 STAFF

34029 MOT 125-101 Basic Medical Sciences I MW 0900Am-1115AM PA-366

3 F15 bond

34107 MOT 125-1H1 Basic Medical Sciences I F 0300Pm-0425PM PA-366

3 F15 bond

MAT 122.VC4 is available as a videoconferencing class at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS, Rampart Range Campus, The Downtown Studio Campus, and Falcon Campus

MISCELLANEOUS CAMPUS

4 herron

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction. MOT 125.1H1 has a mandatory meeting Jan 22. Class meets Jan 22, Feb 12, 19, Mar 12, 19, Apr 9, 16, 30, May 7.

31886 MAT 060-1TV Pre-Algebra MW 1000Am-1115AM

F15

3 Stewart

32357 MOT 130-101 Insurance Billing & Coding 3 M 0200Pm-0450PM PA-250 F15 bond

32115 MAT 090-1TV Introductory Algebra TR 0800Am-0950AM

F15

4 Krzemien

32358 MOT 131-101 Advanced Insurance Billing & Coding 3 W 0200Pm-0450PM PA-250 F15 bond

33913 MAT 099-1TV Intermediate Algebra MW 0100Pm-0250PM

F15

4 Novack

34129 MAT 060-1N1 Pre-Algebra

F15

3 Stewart

35130 MAT 060-1N2 Pre-Algebra

F15

3 STAFF

35134 MAT 060-2N1 Pre-Algebra

BI1

3 STAFF

F15

4 Krzemien

F15

4 Krzemien

BI1

4 STAFF

BI2

4 STAFF

F15

4 Stewart

BI1

4 Novack

35131 MAT 090-1N2 Introductory Algebra 35135 MAT 090-2N1 Introductory Algebra 35137 MAT 090-3N1 Introductory Algebra 33912 MAT 099-1N1 Intermediate Algebra 35136 MAT 099-2N1 Intermediate Algebra

33854 MAT 103-1N1 Math for Clinical Calculations F15

3 STAFF

35132 MAT 103-1N2 Math for Clinical Calculations F15

3 STAFF

32138 MAT 107-1N1 Career Math

4 F15 friedell

34510 MOT 135-101 Basic Medical Sciences III 3 MW 1130Am-0145PM PA-366 F15 bond

DISTANCE EDUCATION

32114 MAT 090-1N1 Introductory Algebra

32360 MOT 132-151 Medical Transcription I TR 0530Pm-0720PM PA-250

F15

3 Krzemien

34511 MOT 135-1H1 Basic Medical Sciences III 3 F 0430Pm-0550PM PA-366 F15 bond Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction. MOT 135.1H1 has a mandatory meeting Jan 22. Class meets Jan 22, Feb 12, 19, Mar 12, 19, Apr 9, 16, 30, May 7.

34509 MOT 136-101 Intro to Clinical Skills TR 0400Pm-0530PM PA-366

F15

2 STAFF

34030 MOT 138-101 Medical Assisting Laboratory TR 1230Pm-0330PM PA-366 F15

4 STAFF

32362 MOT 142-151 Medical Transcription II TR 0530Pm-0720PM PA-250 F15

4 Friedell

34033 MOT 145-151 Transcribe Medical Specialties TR 0530Pm-0730PM PA-250 F15

4 STAFF

32363 MOT 150-151 Pharmacology for Medical Assts TR 0630Pm-0750PM PA-366 F15

3 STAFF

34031 MOT 150-1H1 Pharmacology for Medical Assts F 0600Pm-0730PM PA-366 F15

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction. Mandatory meeting Jan 22, 6:00 pm. Class meets Feb 19, Mar 19, Apr 16, May 7.

34778 MOT 189-021 Review for Medical Assistant Nat’l Exam 1 S 0900Am-0430PM PA-366 NSS bond MOT 189.021 meets Feb 5 & 12 only

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

MISCELLANEOUS CAMPUS 34136 MOT 180-031 Medical Transcription Internship F15

3 STAFF

34127 MOT 181-031 Administrative Internship F15

2 STAFF

MOT 181.031 has a mandatory meeting Dec 5, 10:00 am, CENTENNIAL CAMPUS, room A366

34128 MOT 182-031 Clinical Internship

F15

3 STAFF

MOT 182.031 has a mandatory meeting Dec 5, 10:00 am, CENTENNIAL CAMPUS, room A366

METEOROLOGY CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 33158 MET 150-VC1 General Meteorology: SC1 4 TR 1000Am-1215PM PA-206 F15 madson MET 150.VC1 is available as a videoconferencing class at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS, Rampart Range Campus, The Downtown Studio Campus, and Falcon Campus.

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 33558 MET 150-VC3 General Meteorology: SC1 4 TR 1000Am-1215PM PDO-S208 F15 madson MET 150.VC3 is available as a videoconferencing class at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS, Rampart Range Campus, The Downtown Studio Campus, and Falcon Campus.

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 33475 MET 150-VC2 General Meteorology: SC1 4 TR 1000Am-1215PM PRR-S201 F15 madson MET 150.VC2 is available as a videoconferencing class at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS, Rampart Range Campus, The Downtown Studio Campus, and Falcon Campus.

FALCON CAMPUS 33702 MET 150-VC4 General Meteorology: SC1 4 TR 1000Am-1215PM PFN-161 F15 madson MET 150.VC4 is available as a videoconferencing class at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS, Rampart Range Campus, The Downtown Studio Campus, and Falcon Campus

MISCELLANEOUS CAMPUS 34195 MET 150-1TV General Meteorology: SC1 4 TR 1000Am-1215PM F15 madson

MULTIMEDIA GRAPHIC DESIGN CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 32082 MGD 102-101 Introduction To Multimedia MW 1200Pm-0130PM PB-203B F15

3 STAFF

33787 MGD 102-151 Introduction To Multimedia WF 0600Pm-0730PM PB-203B F15

3 STAFF

32083 MGD 103-101 Intro to Production Design F 0800Am-1215PM PB-203B MS4

3 STAFF

32086 MGD 109-101 Design & Color MW 1030Am-1240PM PB-308

F15

3 STAFF

32087 MGD 109-151 Design & Color TR 0500Pm-0710PM PB-308

F15

3 STAFF

32094 MGD 112-101 Adobe Illustrator I TR 0300Pm-0455PM PB-306

F15

3 STAFF

33791 MGD 132-101 Design & Color II TR 0930Am-1140AM PB-308

F15

3 STAFF

32120 MGD 134-101 Drawing for Illustrators TR 1200Pm-0200PM PB-308 F15

3 STAFF

33186 MGD 143-101 Motion Graphic Design I MW 0130Pm-0340PM PB-306

3 STAFF

F15

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

32141 MGD 164-151 Digital Video Editing I MW 0600Pm-0810PM PB-307

F15

3 STAFF

32122 MGD 165-151 After Effects I TR 0600Pm-0810PM PB-307

F15

3 STAFF

32123 MGD 202-101 Point of Purchase Package Design MW 0800Am-1000AM PB-308 F15

3 STAFF

32124 MGD 207-151 Illustration I MW 0530Pm-0730PM PB-308

F15

3 STAFF

32125 MGD 208-151 Illustration II MW 0530Pm-0730PM PB-308

F15

3 STAFF

32126 MGD 209-151 Illustration III MW 0530Pm-0730PM PB-308

F15

3 STAFF

32127 MGD 211-151 Adobe Photoshop II TR 0230Pm-0440PM PB-203B

F15

3 STAFF

35013 MGD 212-151 Adobe Illustrator II TR 0730Pm-0940PM PB-306

F15

3 STAFF

33794 MGD 241-151 Web Design II MW 0600Pm-0810PM PB-306

F15

3 STAFF

33795 MGD 243-101 Web Motion Graphic Design II TR 0900Am-1140AM PB-203B F15

3 STAFF

MGD 243.101 students must email jenna.shearn@ppcc.edu when registering

32129 MGD 265-151 After Effects II TR 0600Pm-0750PM PB-307

F15

3 STAFF

32130 MGD 289-101 Capstone F 1200Pm-0250PM PB-306

F15

2 STAFF

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 35007 MGD 111-011 Adobe Photoshop I FS 0845Am-0445PM PDO-S120

3 STAFF

32089 MGD 111-05A Adobe Photoshop I MW 0930Am-1140AM PDO-S120

F15

3 STAFF

32092 MGD 111-06A Adobe Photoshop I MW 0500Pm-0710PM PDO-S120

F15

3 STAFF

35009 MGD 112-011 Adobe Illustrator I FS 0845Am-0445PM PDO-S120

3 STAFF

35011 MGD 114-011 Adobe InDesign FS 0845Am-0445PM PDO-S120

3 STAFF

33790 MGD 114-05A Adobe InDesign TR 0230Pm-0440PM PDO-S120

F15

3 STAFF

33230 MGD 116-05A Typography I TR 1200Pm-0210PM PDO-S120

F15

3 STAFF

32121 MGD 141-05A Web Design I MW 0800Am-0950AM PDO-S209

F15

3 STAFF

32128 MGD 221-06A Computer Graphics I TR 0500Pm-0710PM PDO-S120

F15

3 STAFF

35006 MGD 102-125 Introduction To Multimedia TR 0830Am-0950AM PRR-W112 F15

3 STAFF

35008 MGD 111-125 Adobe Photoshop I TR 1030Am-1240PM PRR-W112

F15

3 STAFF

35010 MGD 112-125 Adobe Illustrator I MW 0800Am-1020AM PRR-W112

F15

3 STAFF

35012 MGD 114-125 Adobe InDesign MW 1030Am-1240PM PRR-W112

F15

3 STAFF

F15

3 STAFF

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

MISCELLANEOUS CAMPUS 33792 MGD 180-031 Internship

MGD 180.031 students must email jenna.shearn@ppcc.edu when registering

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

DISTANCE EDUCATION 33788 MGD 102-1N1 Introduction To Multimedia F15

3 STAFF

34178 MGD 112-1N1 Adobe Illustrator I

F15

3 STAFF

F15

3 STAFF

F15

3 STAFF

34179 MGD 141-1N1 Web Design I 34180 MGD 143-1N1 Motion Graphic Design I

MUSIC

MUS 141 - 144 and MUS 241 - 244 are private instruction. All students who are interested in private music instruction must receive written permission from the music department chairperson before enrolling in lessons. Call 502-3200 for an appointment. A lesson fee is charged for private music instruction. Private music instruction is available in the following areas: voice, piano, guitar, bass, flute, clarinet, saxophone, oboe, bassoon, trumpet, french horn, trombone, violin, viola, cello, and percussion.

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 32132 MUS 100-101 Fundamentals of Music MW 0100Pm-0215PM PA-172

F15

3 Prouty

34044 MUS 101-101 Introduction to Music Theory MW 0230Pm-0345PM PA-172 F15

3 Prouty

32139 MUS 120-101 Music Appreciation: AH1 MW 1000Am-1115AM PA-172

F15

3 Benton

F15

3 Benton

F15

3 Wilson

LAT

3 Wilson

32148 MUS 120-102 Music Appreciation: AH1 MW 1130Am-1245PM PA-172 32529 MUS 120-103 Music Appreciation: AH1 TR 1130Am-1245PM PA-172 33000 MUS 120-104 Music Appreciation: AH1 TR 0900Am-1110AM PA-172

MUS 120.104 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

33001 MUS 120-105 Music Appreciation: AH1 F 0900Am-1145AM PA-172

MS4

32152 MUS 131-101 Music Class I: Keyboard TR 0230Pm-0350PM PA-172

F15

2 Montera

32865 MUS 131-102 Music Class I: Voice MW 0400Pm-0515PM PA-110

F15

2 Prouty

32162 MUS 132-101 Music Class II: Keyboard TR 0400Pm-0520PM PA-172 F15

2 Montera

32866 MUS 132-102 Music Class II: Voice MW 0400Pm-0515PM PA-110

3 Wilson

F15

2 Prouty

32165 MUS 133-101 Music Class III: Keyboard TR 0400Pm-0520PM PA-172 F15

2 Montera

32869 MUS 133-102 Music Class III: Voice MW 0400Pm-0515PM PA-110

F15

2 Prouty

32171 MUS 134-101 Music Class IV: Keyboard TR 0400Pm-0520PM PA-172 F15

2 Montera

33455 MUS 134-102 Music Class IV: Voice MW 0400Pm-0515PM PA-172

F15

2 Prouty

35173 MUS 151-101 Ensemble I: Chamber Brass F 0100Pm-0300PM PA-172 MS4

1 STAFF

35174 MUS 152-101 Ensemble II: Chamber Brass F 0100Pm-0300PM PA-172 MS4

1 STAFF

35175 MUS 153-101 Ensemble III: Chamber Brass F 0100Pm-0300PM PA-172 MS4

1 STAFF

35176 MUS 154-101 Ensemble IV: Chamber Brass F 0100Pm-0300PM PA-172 MS4

1 STAFF

34513 MUS 231-101 Music Class I: Keyboard V TR 0400Pm-0525PM PA-172 F15 34514 MUS 231-102 Music Class I: Voice TR 0400Pm-0525PM PA-110

F15

2 Montera 2 STAFF

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

32860 MUS 232-101 Music Class II: Keyboard TR 0400Pm-0520PM PA-172 F15 33466 MUS 232-102 Music Class II: Voice MW 0400Pm-0515PM PA-110

2 Montera

F15

2 STAFF

32206 MUS 233-101 Music Class III: Keyboard TR 0400Pm-0515PM PA-172 F15

2 Montera

33461 MUS 233-102 Music Class III: Voice MW 0400Pm-0515PM PA-110

F15

2 STAFF

33463 MUS 234-101 Music Class IV: Keyboard TR 0400Pm-0515PM PA-172 F15

2 Montera

33464 MUS 234-102 Music Class IV: Voice MW 0400Pm-0515PM PA-110

F15

2 STAFF

F15

3 Gathercoal

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 33764 MUS 100-05A Fundamentals of Music TR 0830Am-0945AM PDO-N214

35071 MUS 101-05B Introduction to Music Theory MW 0230Pm-0345PM PDO-N203 F15

3 Malone

32135 MUS 111-05A Music Theory II MW 1000Am-1115AM PDO-N214

F15

3 Malone

35069 MUS 111-05B Music Theory II TR 1130Am-1245PM PDO-N214

F15

3 Malone

32137 MUS 113-05A Ear Training/Sight-singing II Lab MW 0830Am-0930AM PDO-N201 F15

1 Grace

35070 MUS 113-05B Ear Training/Sight-singing II Lab TR 0830Am-0930AM PDO-S124 F15

1 Grace

32222 MUS 120-051 Music Appreciation: AH1 S 1200Pm-0245PM PDO-N214

WKC

3 Eckhoff

33950 MUS 120-05A Music Appreciation: AH1 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PDO-N201

F15

3 Matzke

33213 MUS 120-05B Music Appreciation: AH1 TR 1000Am-1115AM PDO-S120

3 F15 Heidenreich

33769 MUS 121-05A Music History I: AH1 F 0900Am-1145AM PDO-S124

MS4

35095 MUS 125-06A History of Jazz R 0530Pm-0815PM PDO-S203

F15

33451 MUS 131-051 Music Class I: Keyboard S 0900Am-1145AM PDO-N214

MS4

32176 MUS 131-05A Music Class I: Voice MW 0230Pm-0355PM PDO-N214

F15

2 Grace

32867 MUS 131-05B Music Class I: Keyboard MW 0400Pm-0515PM PDO-N214

F15

2 Grace

3 STAFF 3 Anderson 2 Mynett

34157 MUS 131-05C Music Class I: Instrument Performance 2 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PDO-N214 F15 Malone 34285 MUS 131-05D Music Class I: Keyboard TR 1000Am-1115AM PDO-N214

F15

2 Mynett

35072 MUS 131-05E Music Class I: Keyboard F 0100Pm-0345PM PDO-N214

MS4

2 Benton

32155 MUS 131-06A Music Class I: Guitar MW 0530Pm-0645PM PDO-N214

F15

2 Nutter

33215 MUS 131-06B Music Class I: Guitar MW 0700Pm-0815PM PDO-N214

F15

2 Nutter

32868 MUS 132-051 Music Class II: Keyboard S 0900Am-1145AM PDO-N214 MS4 32179 MUS 132-05A Music Class II: Voice MW 0230Pm-0350PM PDO-N214

2 Mynett

F15

2 STAFF

33453 MUS 132-05B Music Class II: Keyboard MW 0400Pm-0515PM PDO-N214 F15

2 STAFF

35086 MUS 132-05C Music Class II: Instrument Performance 2 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PDO-N214 F15 Malone 34286 MUS 132-05D Music Class II: Keyboard TR 1000Am-1115AM PDO-N214 F15 35073 MUS 132-05E Music Class II: Keyboard F 0100Pm-0345PM PDO-N214 MS4

2 STAFF 2 Benton

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

32163 MUS 132-06A Music Class II: Guitar MW 0530Pm-0645PM PDO-N214

F15

2 Nutter

32198 MUS 153-05B Ensemble III: PPCC Singers MW 0100Pm-0215PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

33216 MUS 132-06B Music Class II: Guitar MW 0700Pm-0815PM PDO-N214

F15

2 Nutter

33952 MUS 153-05C Ensemble III: Select Choir MW 1130Am-1245PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

2 Mynett

34364 MUS 153-05E Ensemble III: Improvisation TR 0400Pm-0515PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

F15

2 Grace

32199 MUS 153-06A Ensemble III: Percussion T 0530Pm-0730PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

33454 MUS 133-05B Music Class III: Keyboard MW 0400Pm-0515PM PDO-N214 F15

2 Grace

32203 MUS 154-03G Ensemble IV: Chamber Strings T 0730Pm-0930PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

35087 MUS 133-05C Music Class III:I nstrument Performance 2 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PDO-N214 F15 Malone

32202 MUS 154-05A Ensemble IV: Improvisation TR 0230Pm-0345PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

35083 MUS 133-05D Music Class III: Keyboard TR 1000Am-1115AM PDO-N214 F15

2 Mynett

32201 MUS 154-05B Ensemble IV: PPCC Singers MW 0100Pm-0215PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

35074 MUS 133-05E Music Class III: Keyboard F 0100Pm-0345PM PDO-N214 MS4

2 Benton

33953 MUS 154-05C Ensemble IV: Select Choir MW 1130Am-1245PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

32167 MUS 133-06A Music Class III: Guitar MW 0530Pm-0645PM PDO-N214

F15

2 Nutter

34365 MUS 154-05E Ensemble IV: Improvisation TR 0400Pm-0515PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

33217 MUS 133-06B Music Class III: Guitar MW 0700Pm-0815PM PDO-N214

F15

2 Nutter

33954 MUS 154-06A Ensemble IV: Percussion T 0530Pm-0730PM PDO-N214

F15

1 STAFF

2 Mynett

32204 MUS 211-05A Music Theory IV MW 0830Am-0945AM PDO-N214

F15

3 STAFF

35084 MUS 133-051 Music Class III: Keyboard S 0900Am-1145AM PDO-N214 WKC 32182 MUS 133-05A Music Class III: Voice MW 0230Pm-0350PM PDO-N214

35085 MUS 134-051 Music Class IV: Keyboard S 0900Am-1145AM PDO-N214 WKC 32185 MUS 134-05A Music Class IV: Voice MW 0230Pm-0350PM PDO-N214

F15

2 Grace

32205 MUS 213-05A Adv Ear Training/Sight-singing II Lab 1 MW 1000Am-1100AM PDO- F15 STAFF

32870 MUS 134-05B Music Class IV: Keyboard MW 0400Pm-0515PM PDO-N214 F15

2 Grace

33458 MUS 232-05A Music Class II: Voice MW 0230Pm-0350PM PDO-N214

F15

2 STAFF

35088 MUS 134-05C Music Class IV: Instrument Performance 2 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PDO-N214 F15 Malone

33459 MUS 232-06B Music Class II: Guitar MW 0700Pm-0815PM PDO-N214

F15

2 STAFF

34294 MUS 134-05D Music Class IV: Keyboard TR 1000Am-1115AM PDO-N214 F15

2 Mynett

33460 MUS 233-05A Music Class III: Voice MW 0230Pm-0350PM PDO-N214

F15

2 STAFF

35075 MUS 134-05E Music Class IV: Keyboard F 0100Pm-0345PM PDO-N214 MS4

2 Benton

33462 MUS 233-06B Music Class III: Guitar MW 0700Pm-0815PM PDO-N214

F15

2 STAFF

32174 MUS 134-06A Music Class IV: Guitar MW 0530Pm-0645PM PDO-N214

F15

2 Nutter

32207 MUS 234-05A Music Class IV: Voice MW 0230Pm-0350PM PDO-N214

F15

2 STAFF

33218 MUS 134-06B Music Class IV: Guitar MW 0700Pm-0815PM PDO-N214

F15

2 Nutter

33465 MUS 234-06B Music Class IV: Guitar MW 0700Pm-0815PM PDO-N214

F15

2 STAFF

32192 MUS 151-03G Ensemble I: Chamber Strings T 0730Pm-0930PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

32211 MUS 251-03G Ensemble I: Chamber Strings T 0730Pm-0930PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

32190 MUS 151-05A Ensemble I: Improvisation TR 0230Pm-0345PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

32209 MUS 251-05A Ensemble I:Adv Improvisation TR 0230Pm-0345PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

33553 MUS 151-05B Ensemble I: PPCC Singers MW 0100Pm-0215PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

32208 MUS 251-05B Ensemble I: Adv PPCC Singers MW 0100Pm-0215PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

32191 MUS 151-05C Ensemble I: Select Choir MW 1130Am-1245PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

34366 MUS 251-05E Ensemble I: Improvisation TR 0400Pm-0515PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

34362 MUS 151-05E Ensemble I: Improvisation TR 0400Pm-0515PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

32210 MUS 251-06A Ensemble I: Percussion T 0530Pm-0730PM PDO-N214

1 STAFF

32189 MUS 151-06A Ensemble I: Percussion T 0530Pm-0730PM PDO-N214

F15

1 STAFF

32216 MUS 252-05A Ensemble II: Adv Improvisation TR 0230Pm-0345PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

32196 MUS 152-03G Ensemble II: Chamber Strings T 0730Pm-0930PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

32215 MUS 252-05B Ensemble II: Adv PPCC Singers MW 0100Pm-0215PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

32193 MUS 152-05A Ensemble II: Improvisation TR 0230Pm-0345PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

34367 MUS 252-05E Ensemble II: Improvisation TR 0400Pm-0515PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

32194 MUS 152-05B Ensemble II: PPCC Singers MW 0100Pm-0215PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

32218 MUS 253-05A Ensemble III:Adv Improvisation TR 0230Pm-0345PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

33951 MUS 152-05C Ensemble II: Select Choir MW 1130Am-1245PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

32217 MUS 253-05B Ensemble III: Adv PPCC Singers MW 0100Pm-0215PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

34363 MUS 152-05E Ensemble II: Improvisation TR 0400Pm-0515PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

34368 MUS 253-05E Ensemble III: Improvisation TR 0400Pm-0515PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

32195 MUS 152-06A Ensemble II: Percussion T 0530Pm-0730PM PDO-N214

F15

1 STAFF

32219 MUS 254-05A Ensemble IV: Adv Improvisation TR 0230Pm-0345PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

32200 MUS 153-03G Ensemble III: Chamber Strings T 0730Pm-0930PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

32221 MUS 254-05B Ensemble IV:Adv PPCC Singers MW 0100Pm-0215PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

32197 MUS 153-05A Ensemble III: Improvisation TR 0230Pm-0345PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

34369 MUS 254-05E Ensemble IV: Improvisation TR 0400Pm-0515PM PDO-N214 F15

1 STAFF

F15

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 34674 MUS 100-125 Fundamentals of Music TR 0230Pm-0345PM PRR-W111

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

NATURAL RESOURCES

F15

3 Nutter

32223 MUS 120-125 Music Appreciation: AH1 MW 1000Am-1115AM PRR-W114

F15

3 Montera

32364 NRE 100-1F1 Foundations of Forestry 3 W 0130Pm-0550PM PFN-121 F15 berg

32224 MUS 120-126 Music Appreciation: AH1 MW 1130Am-1245PM PRR-W114

F15

3 Montera

35210 NRE 211-1F6 Environmental Policies & Economics 3 MW 0600Pm-0730PM PFN-412 F15 belew

32508 MUS 120-127 Music Appreciation: AH1 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-T106

3 F15 Heidenreich

34675 MUS 120-128 Music Appreciation: AH1 TR 1130Am-1245PM PRR-W111

F15

3 Mynett

32365 NRE 214-1F1 Environmental Issues & Ethics 3 R 0100Pm-0350PM PFN-121 F15 larish

33002 MUS 120-129 Music Appreciation: AH1 F 0900Am-1145AM PRR-W114

MS4

3 Mynett

32366 NRE 236-1F1 Public Relations of Natural Resources 2 M 1130Am-0120PM PFN-121 F15 larish

32225 MUS 120-175 Music Appreciation: AH1 MW 0530Pm-0645PM PRR-W114

F15

3 Eckhoff

34676 MUS 120-176 Music Appreciation: AH1 TR 0530Pm-0645PM PRR-W111

F15

3 STAFF

34677 MUS 131-125 Music Class I: Keyboard TR 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-W111

F15

2 STAFF

34678 MUS 131-126 Music Class I: Guitar TR 0400Pm-0515PM PRR-W111

F15

2 Nutter

34679 MUS 132-125 Music Class II: Keyboard TR 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-W111 F15

2 STAFF

FALCON CAMPUS 33767 MUS 120-1F1 Music Appreciation: AH1 TR 1001Am-1115AM PFN-122

F15

3 Matzke

32227 MUS 151-03B Ensemble I: Concert Band M 0700Pm-0855PM F15

1 STAFF

32248 MUS 151-03C Ensemble I: Chambers Wind F15

MISCELLANEOUS CAMPUS

FALCON CAMPUS

33940 NRE 212-1F6 Ecosystem Management TR 0600Pm-0820PM PFN-412

3 F15 jaussi

MISCELLANEOUS CAMPUS 35248 NRE 280-031 Internship

5 F15 larish

Call 502-3318 for an appointment.

NURSING RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 32855 NUR 106-125 Medical & Surgical Nursing Concepts 9 MT 0800Am-1130AMPRR- F15 moore M 0100Pm-0250PM PRR- 32856 NUR 106-241 Medical & Surgical Nursing Concepts 9 MT 0800Am-1130AM PRR-E112 BI2 moore M

0100Pm-0250PM

PRR-E112 8 Alltop

1 STAFF

33233 NUR 109-125 Fundamentals of Nursing MW 0900Am-1150AM PRR-E211 F15 MW 0100Pm-0350PM PRR-e211 T 0900Am-1050AM PRR-W101

32230 MUS 152-03B Ensemble II: Concert Band M 0700Pm-0855PM F15

1 STAFF

33234 NUR 112-125 Basic Concepts of Pharmacology T 1200Pm-0150PM PRR-W101 F15

2 Alltop

32250 MUS 152-03C Ensemble II: Chambers Wind F15

1 STAFF

32231 MUS 153-03B Ensemble III: Concert Band M 0700Pm-0855PM F15

1 STAFF

33238 NUR 150-125 Obstetric & Pediatric Nursing 7 MT 0830Am-1150AM PRR-W102 F15 gagnon T 0100Pm-0450PM PRR-w206

32251 MUS 153-03C Ensemble III: Chambers Wind F15

1 STAFF

32853 NUR 150-241 Obstetric & Pediatric Nursing 7 MT 0830Am-1150AM PRR- BI2 gagnon T 0100Pm-0250PM PRR-W206

32232 MUS 154-03B Ensemble IV: Concert Band M 0700Pm-0855PM F15

1 STAFF

34734 NUR 201-2H1 IV Therapy for LPNs

32253 MUS 154-03C Ensemble IV: Chambers Wind F15

1 STAFF

32233 MUS 251-03B Ensemble I: Adv Concert Band M 0700Pm-0855PM F15

1 STAFF

32236 MUS 252-03B Ensemble II: Adv Concert Band M 0700Pm-0855PM F15

1 STAFF

32241 MUS 253-03B Ensemble III: Adv Concert Band M 0700Pm-0855PM F15

1 STAFF

32246 MUS 254-03B Ensemble IV: Adv Concert Band M 0700Pm-0855PM F15

1 STAFF

DISTANCE EDUCATION 33766 MUS 120-1N1 Music Appreciation: AH1 35089 MUS 120-4N1 Music Appreciation: AH1

F15

3 Malone

LAT

3 Malone

MUS 120.4N1 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

5 F15 nifong

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

33930 NUR 206-221 Adv Concepts of Med-Surgical Nursing I 8 RF 0900Am-1150AM PRR-e112 bi2 madden RF 0100Pm-0250PM PRR-e211 33931 NUR 206-241 Adv Concepts of Med-Surgical Nursing I 8 RF 0900Am-1150AM PRR-E112 BI2 mAdden R 0100Pm-0250PM PRR-E211 F 0100Pm-0250PM PRR-E211 33932 NUR 211-221 Nursing Care of Psychiatric Clients 4 W 0800Am-1150AM PRR-E112 bi1 deitsch R 0800Am-1150AM PRR-W102 R 0100Pm-0250PM PRR- F 0800Am-1150AM PRR- 33933 NUR 211-241 Nursing Care of Psychiatric Clients 4 W 0800Am-1150AM PRR- BI2 deitsch R 0800Am-1150AM PRR- R 0100Pm-0250PM PRR- F 0800Am-1150AM PRR-

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

34732 NUR 212-125 Pharmacology II R 0300Pm-0450PM PRR-

2 F15 alltop

34581 NUR 212-2H1 Pharmacology II R 0300Pm-0450PM PRR-

F15

2 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

34065 NUR 216-221 Adv Concepts of Med-Surgical Nursing I 6 W 0800Am-1150AM PRR-W101 BI1 madden 34070 NUR 230-241 Leadership Management Trends 5 W 0830Am-1150AM PRR-W101 BI2 nifong

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

OUTDOOR STUDIES RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 35230 OUT 175-016 Survival Plants II S 0800Am-0500PM PRR-E116 NSS U 0800Am-0200PM PRR-E116

2 Seebeck

OUT 175.016 pre-class meeting will meet April 22 from 5:307:30pm at RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS. Class will meet Apr 24, 25, May 1, 2 all day. Exact departure/arrival times TBA. No overnights.

FALCON CAMPUS

NURSING ASSISTANT

NOTE: Students planning to take the State Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) exam, must succesfully complete NUA 101, 170 & 171.

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 33666 NUA 101-251 Nurse Aide Health Care Skills TR 0500Pm-0930PM PA-360 BI1

4 STAFF

35055 NUA 101-311 Nurse Aide Health Care Skills TRF 0800Am-1045AM PA-260B TR1 TR 1215Pm-0230PM PA-360

4 STAFF

34729 NUA 101-321 Nurse Aide Health Care Skills TRF 0800Am-1045AM PA-260B TR2 TR 1215Pm-0230PM PA-360

4 STAFF

34730 NUA 101-331 Nurse Aide Health Care Skills TRF 0800Am-1045AM PA-260B TR3 TR 1215Pm-0230PM PA-360

4 STAFF

35211 OUT 118-1F1 River Orientation F 0800Am-0950AM PFN-POD 603 NSS

2 STorm

OUT 118.1F1 will meet Apr 23, 30. Daytime field sessions May 1, 2, 8, 9, 15. This is a Colorado State River Guide Certification Course.

35232 OUT 176-1F1 Caving S 0900Am-1250PM

1 PFN-POD 603 NSS warren

OUT 176.1F1 will meet Jan 23-Feb 20. no overnight weekend field experience.

35299 OUT 176-1F3 Caving R 0900Am-1250PM

1 PFN-POD 603 TR3 warren

out 176.1f3 will meet apr 8 - May 6. no overnight weekend field experience.

35212 OUT 204-1F6 Expedition Leadership - River F 0530Pm-0730PM PFN-POD 603 NSS

2 STorm

OUT 204.1F6: Classroom session May 7, 14; overnight field expedition is May 27-31.

PARALEGAL

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 33662 NUA 101-224 Nurse Aide Health Care Skills S 0800Am-1050AM PRR-E112 BI1 S 1100Am-0150PM PRR-W204 S 0200Pm-0450PM PRR-E112

4 STAFF

33664 NUA 101-354 Nurse Aide Health Care Skills TR 0945Am-1150AM PRR-W204 TR2 TR 0100Pm-0350PM PRR-E112

4 STAFF

34379 NUA 101-361 Nurse Aide Health Care Skills TR 0900Am-1115AM PRR-W204 TR3 TR 0900Am-1115AM PRR-W206 TR 0100Pm-0350PM PRR-W218

4 STAFF

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 34184 PAR 114-3H1 Computers and the Law S 0930Am-1045AM PDO-S205

WKC

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

33841 PAR 115-3H1 Introduction to Law M 0700Pm-0815PM PDO-S205

F15

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

33842 PAR 115-3H2 Introduction to Law S 0800Am-0915AM PDO-S205

WKC

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

33844 PAR 116-3H1 Torts S 0130Pm-0245PM

MISCELLANEOUS CAMPUS 33665 NUA 170-031 Nurse Aide Clinical Experience TR3

1 STAFF

34731 NUA 171-031 Advanced Nurse Aide Clinical NSS

1 STAFF

NUA 171.031 will meet Apr 23-May 11

OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY TECHNICIAN RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 35101 OSH 126-175 30-HR Construction Industry Standards 3 MW 0745Pm-0900PM PRR-W112 F15 Larish

PDO-S205

WKC

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

35305 PAR 118-3H1 Contracts T 0700Pm-0815PM

PDO-S205

F15

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

33847 PAR 125-3H1 Property Law S 0300Pm-0415PM PDO-S205

WKC

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

35307 PAR 127-3H1 Legal Ethics W 0700Pm-0815PM PDO-S205

F15

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

35308 PAR 201-3H1 Civil Litigation T 0830Pm-0945PM PDO-S205

F15

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

35310 PAR 206-3H1 Business Organizations W 0830Pm-0945PM PDO-S205

F15

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

34186 PAR 213-3H1 Legal Research & Writing I S 1100Am-1215PM PDO-S205 MS4

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

35306 PAR 213-3H2 Legal Research & Writing I R 0700Pm-0815PM PDO-S205 F15

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

33849 PAR 289-3H1 Capstone R 0830Pm-0945PM PDO-S205

F15

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

MISCELLANEOUS CAMPUS 35311 PAR 287-031 Cooperative Education

F15

3 STAFF

PHARMACY TECHNICIAN 32368 PHT 105-1H1 Orientation To Pharmacy 4 MW 1000Am-1215PM PA-250 BI1 moTeS Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

34626 PHT 105-1H2 Orientation To Pharmacy 4 TR 0300Pm-0515PM PA-250 BI1 moTeS Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

3 BI1 burger

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

32370 PHT 119-1h1 Community Pharmacy TR 0930Am-0150PM PA-169A

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

PHILOSOPHY CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 34063 PHI 111-101 Intro to Philosophy: AH3 MW 0830Am-0945AM PA-216A F15

3 STAFF

32256 PHI 111-102 Intro to Philosophy: AH3 MW 0230Pm-0345PM PA-216C F15

3 STAFF

33004 PHI 111-103 Intro to Philosophy: AH3 TR 0230Pm-0345PM PA-216C F15

3 STAFF

33220 PHI 111-104 Intro to Philosophy: AH3 TR 1000Am-1210PM PA-216C LAT

3 Trussell

PHI 111.104 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

32369 PHT 116-1h1 Institutional Pharmacy MW 1230Pm-0450PM PA-169A

CRN

3 BI1 moTeS

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

32371 PHT 235-231 Pharm Calcs/Compounding Techs 4 MW 1000Am-1250PM PA-169A BI2 janoS R 1000Am-0100PM PA-169A 34627 PHT 235-232 Pharm Calcs/Compounding Techs 4 MW 1000Am-1250PM PA-169A BI2 janoS r 0230Pm-0530PM PA-169A

MISCELLANEOUS CAMPUS 33958 PHT 170-031 Pharmacy Clinical:Hospital 4 F15 moTeS

35066 PHI 111-105 Intro to Philosophy: AH3 MW 0400Pm-0515PM PA-216A F15

3 STAFF

32258 PHI 111-151 Intro to Philosophy: AH3 3 TR 0530Pm-0645PM PA-261 F15 Heller 32259 PHI 112-101 Ethics: AH3 TR 1130Am-1245PM

PA-225

F15

3 STAFF

32260 PHI 112-102 Ethics: AH3 MW 0100Pm-0215PM

PA-260A

F15

3 STAFF

32261 PHI 113-101 Logic: AH3 MW 1000Am-1115AM

PA-216C

F15

3 Trussell

33758 PHI 114-101 Comparative Religions: AH3 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PA-216C F15

3 STAFF

33009 PHI 142-VC1 New Testament TR 0100Pm-0215PM PA-206

F15

3 McCluggage

PHI 142.VC1 is available as a videoconferencing class at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS, Rampart Range Campus, The Downtown Studio Campus, and Falcon Campus

33759 PHI 214-VC1 Philosophy of Religion: AH3 TR 0400Pm-0515PM PA-206 F15

3 Trussell

PHI 214.VC1 is available as a videoconferencing class at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS, Rampart Range Campus, The Downtown Studio Campus, and Falcon Campus

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS

PHT 170.031 will have a mandatory meeting Friday, Jan 8, 9:00 11:00, CC room A169a

32262 PHI 111-05A Intro to Philosophy: AH3 TR 0400Pm-0515PM PDO-S217 F15

3 STAFF

33957 PHT 170-032 Pharmacy Clinical:Hospital 4 BI2 moTeS

32263 PHI 111-05B Intro to Philosophy: AH3 MW 1130Am-1245PM PDO-S209 F15

3 STAFF

“PHT 170.032 will have a mandatory meeting Friday, Jan 8, 9:00 11:00, CC room A169a”

33959 PHT 171-031 Pharmacy Clinical:Community 4 F15 moTeS PHT 171.031 will have a mandatory meeting Friday, Jan 8, 9:00 11:00, CC room A169a

33960 PHT 171-032 Pharmacy Clinical:Community 4 BI2 moTeS PHT 171.032 will have a mandatory meeting Friday, Jan 8, 9:00 11:00, CC room A169a

DISTANCE EDUCATION 33955 PHT 115-2N1 Pharm of GI,Renal,Repro,Immune,Derma 3 BI1 moTes 33956 PHT 118-3N1 Pharm of Nervous,Endocrn,Musculoskelet 3 BI2 motes

32264 PHI 111-06A Intro to Philosophy: AH3 3 F 0530Pm-0815PM PDO-N206 WKC Holtz 32265 PHI 112-051 Ethics: AH3 S 1200Pm-0245PM

PDO-S215

3 WKC Holtz

35068 PHI 112-05A Ethics: AH3 MW 0230Pm-0345PM PDO-S124

F15

3 STAFF

35161 PHI 112-05B Ethics: AH3 TR 1000Am-1115AM

PDO-S217

F15

3 STAFF

33559 PHI 142-VC3 New Testament TR 0100Pm-0215PM PDO-S208

F15

3 McCluggage

PHI 142.VC3 is available as a videoconferencing class at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS, Rampart Range Campus, The Downtown Studio Campus, and Falcon Campus

33761 PHI 214-VC3 Philosophy of Religion: AH3 TR 0400Pm-0515PM PDO-S208 F15

3 Trussell

PHI 214.VC3 is available as a videoconferencing class at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS, Rampart Range Campus, The Downtown Studio Campus, and Falcon Campus

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


90 CRN

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BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

DISTANCE EDUCATION

32327 PHI 111-125 Intro to Philosophy: AH3 TR 1130Am-1245PM PRR-W117 F15

3 Shaw

32333 PHI 111-1N1 Intro to Philosophy: AH3 F15

32328 PHI 111-126 Intro to Philosophy: AH3 MW 0230Pm-0345PM PRR-T109 F15

3 Wenz

32342 PHI 112-1N1 Ethics: AH3

F15

3 McCluggage

32329 PHI 111-127 Intro to Philosophy: AH3 TR 0230Pm-0345PM PRR-W117 F15

3 Shaw

33757 PHI 113-1N1 Logic: AH3

F15

3 STAFF

33005 PHI 111-128 Intro to Philosophy: AH3 TR 0100Pm-0310PM PRR- LAT

3 Schroetlin

33007 PHI 114-1N1 Comparative Religions: AH3 F15

3 STAFF

PHI 111.128 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

35067 PHI 111-129 Intro to Philosophy: AH3 TR 1000Am-1115AM PRR-T107 F15

3 Schroetlin

35160 PHI 111-130 Intro to Philosophy: AH3 MW 0400Pm-0515PM PRR-W114 F15

3 Culver

34016 PHI 111-175 Intro to Philosophy: AH3 TR 0530Pm-0645PM PRR-W119R F15

3 Shaw

33006 PHI 112-126 Ethics: AH3 MW 0100Pm-0215PM

PRR-W102

F15

3 Shaw

32330 PHI 112-175 Ethics: AH3 MW 0530Pm-0645PM PRR-E112

F15

3 Culver

33755 PHI 112-2H1 Ethics: AH3 M 0830Am-0945AM PRR-W116

F15

3 McCluggage

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

33756 PHI 112-2H2 Ethics: AH3 W 0830Am-0945AM PRR-W116

F15

3 McCluggage

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

32331 PHI 113-125 Logic: AH3 TR 0100Pm-0215PM

F15

3 Moore

32332 PHI 114-125 Comparative Religions: AH3 MW 1130Am-1245PM PRR-W117 F15

3 Shaw

PRR-W116

33476 PHI 142-VC2 New Testament TR 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-S201

F15

3 McCluggage

PHI 142.VC2 is available as a videoconferencing class at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS, Rampart Range Campus, The Downtown Studio Campus, and Falcon Campus

33760 PHI 214-VC2 Philosophy of Religion: AH3 TR 0400Pm-0515PM PRR-S201 F15

3 Trussell

PHI 214.VC2 is available as a videoconferencing class at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS, Rampart Range Campus, The Downtown Studio Campus, and Falcon Campus

FALCON CAMPUS 33753 PHI 111-1F1 Intro to Philosophy: AH3 MW 1000Am-1115AM PFN-122 F15

3 STAFF

33754 PHI 111-1F2 Intro to Philosophy: AH3 3 MW 0400Pm-0515PM PFN-122 F15 Hamann 33703 PHI 142-VC4 New Testament TR 0100Pm-0215PM PFN-161

F15

3 McCluggage

PHI 142.VC4 is available as a videoconferencing class at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS, Rampart Range Campus, The Downtown Studio Campus, and Falcon Campus

33762 PHI 214-VC4 Philosophy of Religion: AH3 TR 0400Pm-0515PM PFN-161 F15

3 Trussell

PHI 214.VC4 is available as a videoconferencing class at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS, Rampart Range Campus, The Downtown Studio Campus, and Falcon Campus

3 STAFF

PHOTOGRAPHY RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS Photography courses are located under both the ART and PHO categories. For program questions, please contact Judith Kimbrell at 502-3130 or judith.kimbrell@ppcc.edu.

34469 PHO 226-026 Digital Workflow Mgmt S 0800Am-1150AM PRR-W112

MS4

3 Mondragon

PHYSICAL EDUCATION CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 35194 PED 102-231 Volleyball TR 0100Pm-0250PM

BI2

1 STAFF

32376 PED 110-001 Fitness Center Activity I PA-262 F15

1 STAFF

PA-262

Mandatory: students enrolled in PED 110 must come to the Fitness Center, A-262 the first week of class, with a Fitness Center Manual, to arrange an orientation.

32377 PED 111-001 Fitness Center Activity II PA-262 F15

1 STAFF

Mandatory: students enrolled in Fitness Activity classes must come to the Fitness Center, A-262 the first week of class

33985 PED 113-101 Fitness Concepts M 1000Am-1050AM PA-262

F15

1 STAFF

32378 PED 115-101 Body Sculpting & Toning TR 1000Am-1050AM PA-262 F15

1 STAFF

34968 PED 116-035 Weight Training TR 0500Pm-0550PM PA-262

F15

1 STAFF

32380 PED 116-101 Weight Training MW 0100Pm-0150PM PA-262

F15

1 STAFF

32382 PED 121-151 Step Aerobics I TR 0530Pm-0620PM PA-262

F15

1 STAFF

32383 PED 121-152 Step Aerobics II TR 0530Pm-0620PM PA-262

F15

1 STAFF

33986 PED 121-153 Step Aerobics III TR 0530Pm-0620PM PA-262

F15

1 STAFF

33987 PED 121-154 Step Aerobics IV TR 0530Pm-0620PM PA-262

F15

1 STAFF

34966 PED 143-101 Tai Chi I MW 0200Pm-0250PM PA-262

F15

1 STAFF

34967 PED 144-101 Tai Chi II MW 0200Pm-0250PM PA-262

F15

1 STAFF

32381 PED 145-101 Pilates Matwork I MW 1200Pm-1250PM PA-262

F15

1 STAFF

32384 PED 146-101 Martial Arts I MW 0300Pm-0350PM PA-262

F15

1 STAFF

32385 PED 146-102 Martial Arts II MW 0300Pm-0350PM PA-262

F15

1 STAFF

32386 PED 146-103 Martial Arts III MW 0300Pm-0350PM PA-262

F15

1 STAFF

33990 PED 146-104 Martial Arts IV MW 0300Pm-0350PM PA-262

F15

1 STAFF

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

33239 PED 147-101 Yoga TR 1100Am-1150AM 33239 PED 147-101 Yoga TR 1100Am-1150AM

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

PA-262

F15

1 Black

F15

1 Johnson

PA-262

33991 PED 147-102 Yoga TR 1200Pm-1250PM

PA-262

F15

1 Johnson

33991 PED 147-102 Yoga TR 1200Pm-1250PM

PA-262

F15

1 Black

33240 PED 147-151 Yoga R 0630Pm-0810PM PA-262

F15

1 STAFF

33241 PED 148-101 Yoga II TR 1100Am-1150AM

F15

1 Johnson

F15

1 Black

33241 PED 148-101 Yoga II TR 1100Am-1150AM

PA-262 PA-262

33992 PED 148-102 Yoga II TR 1200Pm-1250PM

PA-262

F15

1 Johnson

33992 PED 148-102 Yoga II TR 1200Pm-1250PM

PA-262

F15

1 Black

F15

1 STAFF

32387 PED 210-001 Fitness Center Activity III PA-262 F15

1 STAFF

33993 PED 148-151 Yoga II R 0630Pm-0810PM PA-262

Mandatory: students enrolled in Fitness Activity classes must come to the Fitness Center, A-262 the first week of class

33994 PED 211-001 Fitness Center Activity IV PA-262 F15

1 STAFF

Mandatory: students enrolled in Fitness Activity classes must come to the Fitness Center, A-262 the first week of class

32596 PED 245-101 Inter Pilates Matwork II MW 1200Pm-1250PM PA-262 F15

1 STAFF

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 32392 PED 143-06A Tai Chi I T 0630Pm-0820PM PDO-N101

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

FALCON CAMPUS 32578 PED 127-1F6 Introduction to Flyfishing 1 MW 0600Pm-0850PM PFN-POD 603 TR2 williS PED 127.1F6 includes a final flyfishing field experience trip and additional rental equipment costs (if needed). Call 5023318 for more details.

33450 PED 129-1F1 Scuba Diving

1 TR1 lArish

PED 129.1F1 requires additional course fees, weekend field experiences and individualized class schedules. Class will meet at Underwater Connection. Call 502-3318 for more details.

33448 PED 129-1F2 Scuba Diving

1 TR2 lArish

PED 129.1F2 requires additional course fees, weekend field experiences and individualized class schedules. Class will meet at Underwater Connection. Call 502-3318 for more details.

33449 PED 129-1F3 Scuba Diving

1 TR3 lArish

PED 129.1F3 requires additional course fees, weekend field experiences and individualized class schedules. Class will meet at Underwater Connection. Call 502-3318 for more details.

35213 PED 132-1F1 Snowshoeing 1 F 0100Pm-0250PM PFN-POD 603 TR1 dunham PED 132.1F1 will meet on Jan 30 & 31 (OVERNIGHT). Call 339-1514 for more details.

35224 PED 132-1F2 Snowshoeing F 0100Pm-0250PM PFN-120

TR2

1 STorm

PED 132.1F2: Classroom sessions Feb 26, Mar 5, 12; day field experiences on Mar 13, 14 (not an overnight). For more information call 494-7177.

35214 PED 133-1F1 Beginning Snowboarding F 0100Pm-0250PM PFN-120 TR1

1 STorm

F15

1 STAFF

33988 PED 144-06A Tai Chi II T 0630Pm-0820PM PDO-N101

F15

1 STAFF

33989 PED 145-053 Pilates Matwork I TR 0800Am-0950AM PDO-N101

BI1

1 STAFF

32400 PED 147-05A Yoga T 1000Am-1150AM

PDO-N101

F15

1 STAFF

32399 PED 147-05B Yoga W 0900Am-1050AM

PDO-N101

F15

1 STAFF

32397 PED 147-05C Yoga F 1100Am-1250PM

PDO-N101

MS4

1 STAFF

32401 PED 147-06A Yoga R 0500Pm-0650PM PDO-N101

F15

1 STAFF

32405 PED 148-05A Yoga II T 1000Am-1150AM

PDO-N101

F15

1 STAFF

32404 PED 148-05B Yoga II W 0900Am-1050AM

PDO-N101

F15

1 STAFF

32403 PED 148-05C Yoga II F 1100Am-1250PM

PDO-N101

MS4

1 STAFF

PED 165.1F1 will meet mar 15 - may 5 and will require two OVERNIGHT FIELD SESSIONS on Apr 10, 11 (Horse Thief Park), May 1, 2 (Lost Creek Wilderness). Call 963-1062 for more details.

F15

1 STAFF

33926 PED 245-053 Inter Pilates Matwork II TR 0800Am-0950AM PDO-N101 BI1

1 STAFF

35219 PED 166-1F6 Winter Wilderness Surv Skills 2 TR 0530Pm-0830PM PFN- TR1 wiggens

32407 PED 148-06A Yoga II R 0500Pm-0650PM PDO-N101

PED 133.1F1: Classroom sessions Jan 22, 29; day field sessions Feb 6 (Ski Cooper) and Feb 7 (Copper Mountain). Additional cost for equipment rental and lift ticket. For more information call 494-7177.

35215 PED 152-1F1 Beginning Ice Climbing R 0900Am-1250PM PFN-121

1 TR1 warren

ped 152.1f1 will meet jan 21-feb 8. no overnight weekend field experience.

35216 PED 157-1F1 Basic Mountaineering F 0900Am-1150AM PFN-121

3 NSS durham

PED 157.1F1 will meet Feb 20, Mar 6, Apr 3, 4 (OVERNIGHT). Call 339-1514 for more details.

35217 PED 161-1F6 Beginning Kayaking F 0530Pm-0730PM PFN-120

TR3

1 STorm

PED 161.1F6: Classroom session Apr 9; pool session Apr 16, 23. Field experience Apr 24. For more information call 494-7177.

35218 PED 165-1F1 Wilderness Survival Skills 3 MW 0800Am-1050AM PFN-120 BI2 wArren

PED 166.1F6: Classroom sessions Feb 2, 4, 9, 11. TWO OVERNIGHT FIELD SESSIONS required on Feb 6, 7, 13, 14. Call 635-4741 for more details.

35220 PED 167-1F1 Basic Search & Rescue 3 F 0100Pm-0350PM PFN-POD 603 NSS durham PED 167.1F1 will meet Mar 20, Apr 3, 4 (OVERNIGHT), Apr 17. Call 339-1514 for more details.

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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Code explanation and College location see page 23.

ALL CAMPUSES • SPRING 2010 COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

35255 PED 224-1F1 Alpine Snow Climbing 2 T 0900Am-1250PM PFN-POD 603 TR2 wArren ped 224.1f1 will meet mar 2 -apr 6. no overnight weekend field experience.

35223 PED 227-1F6 Advanced Fly-fishing 1 MW 0600Pm-0850PM PFN-POD 603 TR3 willis PED 227.1F6 includes a final flyfishing float field experience weekend trip and additional rental equipment costs (if needed). Call 502-3318 for more details.

35254 PED 252-1F1 Ice Climbing II R 0900Am-1250PM PFN-121

2 TR2 warren

PED 252.1F1 will meet feb 25-apr 14 and will require an OVERNIGHT FIELD SESSION on Apr 13 & 14. Call 963-1062 for more details.

35256 PED 255-1F1 Outdoor Expedition II F 0900Am-1150AM PFN-121

3 NSS durham

PED 255.1F1 will meet May 17 -23; 7 DAY OVERNIGHT FIELD SESSION. Call 339-1514 for more details.

PHYSICAL EDUCATION & RECREATION

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

POLITICAL SCIENCE CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 31570 POS 105-101 Intro to Political Science: SS1 MW 0830Am-0945AM PA-259 F15

3 STAFF

31571 POS 111-101 American Government: SS1 MW 1130Am-1245PM PA-259 F15

3 STAFF

31572 POS 111-102 American Government: SS1 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PA-259 F15

3 Foster

31573 POS 111-103 American Government: SS1 TR 1130Am-1245PM PA-259 F15

3 Foster

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 31576 POS 105-05A Intro to Political Science: SS1 TR 1000Am-1115AM PDO-S209 F15

3 Riley

31587 POS 111-06A American Government: SS1 T 0700Pm-0945PM PDO-S213 F15

3 Riley

31579 POS 111-3H1 American Government: SS1 F 0530Pm-0645PM PDO-S207 WKC

3 Riley

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 35225 PER 152-175 Avalanche Safety TR 0530Pm-0830PM PRR-E116

CRN

1 NSS wiggins

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 32511 POS 105-125 Intro to Political Science: SS1 MW 0830Am-0945AM PRR-W114 F15

3 STAFF

31581 POS 105-126 Intro to Political Science: SS1 TR 1130Am-1245PM PRR-E108 F15

3 Buchanan

31582 POS 111-125 American Government: SS1 TR 0830Am-0945AM PRR-E108 F15

3 Buchanan

1 NSS wigginS

32512 POS 111-126 American Government: SS1 MW 1130Am-1245PM PRR-E113 F15

3 Dias

PER 152.1F7: Classroom sessions Feb 23, 25. Field sessions Feb 27 at 8:30-4:30 PM (not including travel time) at hoosier pass and Feb 28 at 8:30-4:30 PM (not including travel time) at st. mary’s glacier. Call 635-4741 for more details.

33189 POS 111-175 American Government: SS1 M 0530Pm-0815PM PRR-w101 F15

3 STAFF

35166 POS 225-125 Comparative Government: SS1 MW 1000Am-1115AM PRR-E113 F15

3 Dias

PER 152.175: Classroom sessions Jan 5, 7. FIELD SESSIONS required on Jan 9 at 8:30-4:30 PM at Hoosier Pass (not including travel time) & Jan 10 at 8:30-4:30 PM at St. Mary’s Glacier (not including travel time). Call 635-4741 for more details.

FALCON CAMPUS 35226 PER 152-1F7 Avalanche Safety TR 0530Pm-0830PM PFN-

35228 PER 154-1F6 Level II Avalanche Seminar 2 TR 0530Pm-0830PM PFN- TR1 wigginS PER 154.1F6: Classroom sessions Jan 19, 21, 26, 28. Field sessions required Jan 23 at 8:30-4:30 PM at Hoosier Pass (not including travel time), Jan 24 at 8:30-4:30 PM at St. Mary’s Glacier (not including travel time), Jan 30 at 8:30-4:30 PM at Loveland Pass (not including travel time), Jan 31at 8:30-4:30 PM at Berthoud Pass (not including travel time). Call 635-4741 for more details.

33197 PER 168-1F1 Outdoor Equipment & Facilities 1 T 0900Am-1050AM PFN-121 BI1 lArish

FALCON CAMPUS 35167 POS 111-1F1 American Government: SS1 TR 1000Am-1115AM PFN-113 F15

3 Lingle

DISTANCE EDUCATION 31586 POS 111-1N1 American Government: SS1 F15

3 Buchanan

32523 PER 252-1F1 Principles Outdoor Recreation 3 T 1100am-0250PM PFN-121 F15 lArish

PHYSICS CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 32420 PHY 111-151 Physics: Algebra-Based I with Lab: SC1 5 T 0600Pm-0950PM PA-165 F15 STAFF R 0600Pm-0850PM PA-165 34568 PHY 112-101 Physics: Algebra-Based II with Lab: SC1 5 M 0100Pm-0350PM PA-165 F15 STAFF W 0100Pm-0450PM PA-165 32930 PHY 211-101 Physics: Calculus-Based I with Lab: SC1 5 MW 1000Am-1150AM PA-165 F15 STAFF F 1000Am-1250PM PA-165 32424 PHY 212-151 Physics: Calculus-Based II with Lab: SC1 5 M 0600Pm-0950PM PA-165 F15 STAFF W 0600Pm-0850PM PA-165

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

PSYCHOLOGY

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

31646 PSY 101-125 General Psychology I: SS3 MW 0830Am-0945AM PRR-N201A F15

3 Trumbull

31619 PSY 100-101 Psychology of Workplace Relationships 3 MW 1000Am-1115AM PA-227 F15 Kuehn

31637 PSY 101-126 General Psychology I: SS3 MW 1000Am-1115AM PRR-N201A F15

3 Trumbull

31620 PSY 101-101 General Psychology I: SS3 MW 0830Am-0945AM PA-227 F15

3 Smith

31647 PSY 101-127 General Psychology I: SS3 MW 1130Am-1245PM PRR-N201A F15

3 Licht

31621 PSY 101-102 General Psychology I: SS3 MW 1000Am-1115AM PA-255 F15

3 Smith

31648 PSY 101-128 General Psychology I: SS3 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-N201A F15

3 Poe

31622 PSY 101-103 General Psychology I: SS3 MW 1130Am-1245PM PA-255 F15

3 Smith

34691 PSY 101-129 General Psychology I: SS3 TR 0830Am-0945AM PRR-N201A F15

3 Gaal

31623 PSY 101-104 General Psychology I: SS3 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PA-227 F15

3 Falkoski

31649 PSY 101-130 General Psychology I: SS3 3 TR 1000Am-1115AM PRR-N201A F15 Veatch-Fulmer

31624 PSY 101-105 General Psychology I: SS3 TR 0830Am-0945AM PA-227 F15

3 Raitz

31650 PSY 101-131 General Psychology I: SS3 3 TR 1130Am-1245PM PRR-T110 F15 Veatch-Fulmer

31625 PSY 101-106 General Psychology I: SS3 TR 1000Am-1115AM PA-227 F15

3 Routh

31656 PSY 101-132 General Psychology I: SS3 3 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-N201A F15 Veatch-Fulmer

31626 PSY 101-107 General Psychology I: SS3 TR 1130Am-1245PM PA-227 F15

3 Routh

31657 PSY 101-175 General Psychology I: SS3 TR 0530Pm-0645PM PRR-N201A F15

3 Poe

31627 PSY 101-108 General Psychology I: SS3 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PA-227 F15

3 Routh

33657 PSY 101-176 General Psychology I: SS3 TR 0700Pm-0815PM PRR-E109 F15

3 Poe

31628 PSY 101-109 General Psychology I: SS3 TR 0400Pm-0515PM PA-227 F15

3 Winaski

31629 PSY 101-151 General Psychology I: SS3 MW 0700Pm-0815PM PA-221 F15

3 Gaal

31630 PSY 102-101 General Psychology II: SS3 TR 1130Am-1245PM PA-255 F15

3 Cooley

33588 PSY 112-101 Psychology of Adjustment MW 0830Am-0945AM PA-221 F15

3 Gibb

33589 PSY 112-102 Psychology of Adjustment TR 1000Am-1115AM PA-255 F15

3 Cooley

31631 PSY 235-101 Human Growth & Development: SS3 3 MW 1130Am-1245PM PA-227 F15 Granger 31632 PSY 235-102 Human Growth & Development: SS3 3 MW 0230Pm-0345PM PA-255 F15 Falkoski 31633 PSY 235-151 Human Growth & Development: SS3 3 TR 0530Pm-0645PM PA-227 F15 Winaski 31641 PSY 238-101 Child Development: SS3 TR 1130Am-1245PM PA-260A

F15

3 Licht

PSY 101.2L1 is a team-taught Psychology/English learning community. Students must register for the co-requisite, ENG 121.2L1. Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction.

31658 PSY 102-125 General Psychology II: SS3 TR 1130Am-1245PM PRR-N201A F15

3 Kimberlin

31659 PSY 102-175 General Psychology II: SS3 TR 0700Pm-0815PM PRR-N201A F15

3 Gaal

31660 PSY 235-125 Human Growth & Development: SS3 3 MW 0230Pm-0345PM PRR-N201A F15 Granger 31661 PSY 235-126 Human Growth & Development: SS3 R 0100Pm-0345PM PRR-W102 F15

3 Gibb

31662 PSY 235-127 Human Growth & Development: SS3 3 F 0900Am-1145AM PRR-E113 MS4 Kimberlin 31670 PSY 249-125 Abnormal Psychology: SS3 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-E113 F15

3 Kimberlin

FALCON CAMPUS

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 31634 PSY 101-051 General Psychology I: SS3 F 0530Pm-0815PM PDO-S215 WKC

35102 PSY 101-2L1 General Psychology I: SS3 3 MW 1130Am-1245PM PRR-W113 F15 Hull

3 Winaski

33656 PSY 101-05A General Psychology I: SS3 MW 1130Am-1245PM PDO-S207 F15

3 Raitz

31636 PSY 101-05B General Psychology I: SS3 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PDO-S215 F15

3 Raitz

31639 PSY 102-051 General Psychology II: SS3 S 1200Pm-0245PM PDO-S209 WKC

3 Gold

31640 PSY 102-06A General Psychology II: SS3 W 0700Pm-0945PM PDO-S207 F15

3 Riley

34698 PSY 265-05A Psychology of Personality TR 0830Am-0945AM PDO-S217 F15

3 Riley

33658 PSY 101-1F1 General Psychology I: SS3 S 0830Am-1115AM PFN-113 MS4 33659 PSY 101-4H1 General Psychology I: SS3 F 0900Am-1015AM PFN-113 F15

3 Beers 3 Gibb

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


94 CRN

Code explanation and College location see page 23.

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TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

DISTANCE EDUCATION

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

RADIO & TELEVISION

31664 PSY 101-1N1 General Psychology I: SS3 F15

3 Kamilar

34692 PSY 101-1N2 General Psychology I: SS3 F15

3 Poe

32346 RTV 100-101 Intro to Telecommunications 2 MW 1000Am-1050AM PA-156 F15 Hogg

34694 PSY 101-2N1 General Psychology I: SS3 3 BI1 Hull

33010 RTV 101-101 Radio Programming & Production I 3 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PA-156 F15 Hogg

34693 PSY 101-4N1 General Psychology I: SS3 LAT

3 Raitz

PSY 101.4N1 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

31666 PSY 102-1N1 General Psychology II: SS3 F15

3 Kamilar

34695 PSY 102-3N1 General Psychology II: SS3 3 BI2 Hull 33590 PSY 112-1N1 Psychology of Adjustment F15

3 Cooley

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

RTV 101.101 must be taken concurrently with RTV 106.101

34930 RTV 101-151 Radio Programming & Production I 3 MW 0600Pm-0715PM PA-150 F15 Melanson RTV 101.151 must be taken concurrently with RTV 106.151

32347 RTV 102-151 Beginning Television MW 0600Pm-0715PM PA-156

F15

3 Matthews

RTV 102.151 must be taken concurrently with RTV 107.151

33012 RTV 103-101 Writing for TV and Radio 3 TR 1000Am-1115AM PA-156 F15 Hogg

31667 PSY 235-1N1 Human Growth & Development: SS3 F15

3 Routh

34932 RTV 104-101 Corporate Scriptwriting TR 0330Pm-0445PM PA-156 F15

34696 PSY 235-1N2 Human Growth & Development: SS3 F15

3 Routh

33011 RTV 106-101 Radio Programming & Production Lab I 3 TR 0230Pm-0515PM PA-153 F15 Hogg

35246 PSY 235-4N1 Human Growth & Development: SS3 3 LAT Falkoski PSY 235.4N1 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

31669 PSY 238-1N1 Child Development: SS3

F15

3 Licht

34697 PSY 249-4N1 Abnormal Psychology: SS3 LAT

3 Espinoza

PSY 249.4N1 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

3 Matthews

RTV 106.101 must be taken concurrently with RTV 101.101

34931 RTV 106-151 Radio Programming & Production Lab I 3 MW 0730Pm-1015PM PA-153 F15 Melanson RTV 106.151 must be taken concurrently with RTV 101.151

32348 RTV 107-151 Television Studio Production MW 0730Pm-1015PM PA-155 F15

3 Matthews

RTV 107.151 must be taken concurrently with RTV 102.151

32349 RTV 108-151 Principles of Audio TR 0500Pm-0615PM PA-156

F15

3 Matthews

PUBLIC SECURITY MANAGEMENT

32356 RTV 110-101 News Writing & Reporting 3 MW 1100Am-1215PM PA-156 F15 Hogg

DISTANCE EDUCATION

32350 RTV 180-101 Internship - KEPC Radio M 1200Pm-1250PM PA-153

4 F15 Hogg

31671 PSM 130-2N1 Homeland Security Law

BI1

3 STAFF

32351 RTV 181-101 Internship - College ITV Studio 4 W 1200Pm-1250PM PA-153 F15 Hogg

31672 PSM 130-3N1 Homeland Security Law

BI2

3 STAFF

33825 RTV 182-101 Internship - Radio Sta/Audio Prod 4 M 1200Pm-1250PM PA-153 F15 Hogg

31673 PSM 132-2N1 Homeland: Forecast Terrorism BI1

3 STAFF

32352 RTV 183-101 Internship - TV Studio/Video Prod 4 W 1200Pm-1250PM PA-153 F15 Hogg

31674 PSM 132-3N1 Homeland: Forecast Terrorism BI2

3 STAFF

32353 RTV 208-151 Basic Video Production TR 0600Pm-0845PM PA-156

31675 PSM 133-2N1 Hmld Security:Chem/Bio Defense BI1

3 STAFF

32354 RTV 211-101 Radio Programming & Production II 3 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PA-156 F15 Hogg

31676 PSM 133-3N1 Hmld Security:Chem/Bio Defense BI2

3 STAFF

34045 PSM 135-2N1 Criticl Infrastructure Protect BI1

1 STAFF

31677 PSM 135-3N1 Criticl Infrastructure Protect BI2

1 STAFF

31678 PSM 200-2N1 NIM Syst/Interagency Operation BI1

3 STAFF

31679 PSM 200-3N1 NIM Syst/Interagency Operation BI2

3 STAFF

F15

3 Wright

RTV 211.101 must be taken concurrently with RTV 216.101

33826 RTV 212-101 Advanced Television Production 3 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PA-216A F15 Matthews RTV 212.101 must be taken concurrently with RTV 217.101

32355 RTV 216-101 Radio Programming & Production Lab II 3 MW 0230Pm-0515PM PA-153 F15 Hogg RTV 216.101 must be taken concurrently with RTV 211.101

33827 RTV 217-101 Advanced Television Studio Production 3 M 0230Pm-0515PM PA-155 F15 Matthews RTV 217.101 must be taken concurrently with RTV 212.101

34933 RTV 218-151 Advanced Video Production TR 0600Pm-0845PM PA-156 F15

3 Wright

33963 RTV 280-101 Internship - TV Studio/Video Production II 3 W 1200Pm-1250PM PA-153 F15 Hogg 32506 RTV 283-101 Internship - Radio Sta/Audio Production II 3 M 1200Pm-1250PM PA-153 F15 Hogg 32507 RTV 284-101 Internship inTelecommunications 3 W 1200Pm-1250PM PA-153 F15 Hogg

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

READING

Due to placement verification and limited seating, students who register and do not attend the first week of classes, may lose their place in the class. Reinstatement is at the discretion of the instructor and in consideration of section enrollment limits.

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 31594 REA 030-101 Basic Reading Skills TR 1000Am-1050AM PA-313

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

RUSSIAN

Due to placement verification and limited seating, students who register and do not attend the first week of classes, may lose their place in the class. Reinstatement is at the discretion of the instructor and in consideration of section enrollment limits.

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS F15

2 STAFF

31609 RUS 112-06A Russian Language II TR 0530Pm-0750PM PDO-S230

F15

5 Kozhevnikov

35108 REA 030-102 Basic Reading Skills MW 0830Am-0920AM PA-217

F15

2 STAFF

35262 RUS 212-05A Russian Language IV : AH4 TR 0400Pm-0515PM PDO-S230 F15

3 Kozhevnikov

34059 REA 030-151 Basic Reading Skills MW 0700Pm-0750PM PA-217

F15

2 STAFF

SCIENCE

31597 REA 060-101 Foundations of Reading TR 0100Pm-0215PM PA-311

F15

3 Fish

33471 REA 060-102 Foundations of Reading MW 0400Pm-0515PM PA-311

F15

3 STAFF

35180 SCI 175-151 Basics of Science MW 0600Pm-0715PM PA-164

35110 REA 060-103 Foundations of Reading TR 0830Am-0945AM PA-356

F15

3 STAFF

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS

31598 REA 060-151 Foundations of Reading TR 0530Pm-0645PM PA-311

F15

3 STAFF

35181 SCI 175-05A Basics of Science F 0100Pm-0350PM PDO-N200

33546 REA 060-152 Foundations of Reading MW 0700Pm-0815PM PA-311

F15

3 STAFF

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

F15

3 Fish

31596 REA 060-1L1 Foundations of Reading MW 1130Am-1245PM PA-323

REA 060.1L1 is a team-taught Reading/English learning community. Students must register for the co-requisite, ENG 060.1L1.

31600 REA 090-101 College Preparatory Reading MW 0830Am-0945AM PA-311 F15

3 Purtscher

31601 REA 090-102 College Preparatory Reading TR 0830Am-0945AM PA-311 F15

3 STAFF

31603 REA 090-103 College Preparatory Reading TR 1000Am-1115AM PA-311 F15

3 Fish

33167 REA 090-104 College Preparatory Reading TR 1130Am-1245PM PA-311 F15

3 Fish

31604 REA 090-105 College Preparatory Reading MW 0100Pm-0215PM PA-311 F15

3 Fish

35109 REA 090-106 College Preparatory Reading MW 1130Am-1220PM PA-318 F15

3 STAFF

31602 REA 090-107 College Preparatory Reading MW 1000Am-1115AM PA-311 F15

3 STAFF

31607 REA 090-151 College Preparatory Reading MW 0530Pm-0645PM PA-311 F15

3 STAFF

31608 REA 090-152 College Preparatory Reading TR 0700Pm-0815PM PA-311 F15

3 STAFF

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 31595 REA 060-05A Foundations of Reading TR 1130Am-1245PM PDO-N201

F15

31599 REA 090-05A College Preparatory Reading TR 0830Am-0945AM PDO-N201 F15

3 STAFF 3 STAFF

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 31605 REA 090-125 College Preparatory Reading TR 0830Am-0945AM PRR-W118 F15

3 Purtscher

31606 REA 090-126 College Preparatory Reading TR 1000Am-1115AM PRR-W118 F15

3 Purtscher

FALCON CAMPUS 33813 REA 060-1F1 Foundations of Reading MW 1130Am-1245PM PFN-113

F15

33814 REA 090-1F1 College Preparatory Reading MW 0100Pm-0215PM PFN-123 F15

3 STAFF 3 STAFF

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS F15

3 STAFF

MS4

3 STAFF

32522 SCI 156-175 Integrated Science II: SC1 TR 0530Pm-0645PM PRR-W102 F15 T 0700Pm-0850PM PRR-W214

4 STAFF

35182 SCI 175-125 Basics of Science TR 1030Am-1150AM PRR-W214

F15

3 STAFF

31680 SWK 100-101 Introduction to Social Work TR 1000Am-1115AM PA-364 F15

3 Astor

33191 SWK 100-VC1 Introduction to Social Work S 1030Am-1145AM PA-206 MS4

3 STAFF

SOCIAL WORK CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

SWK 100.VC1 is available as a hybrid videoconferencing class at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS, Rampart Range Campus, The Downtown Studio Campus, and Falcon Campus

33700 SWK 105-151 Application of Group Counseling TR 0700Pm-0815PM PA-364 F15

3 STAFF

31683 SWK 180-031 Internship I M 0400Pm-0450PM PA-364

6 STAFF

F15

SWK 180.031 is in conjunction with a field placement of 15 hours per week

31685 SWK 181-031 Internship II M 0400Pm-0450PM PA-364

6 STAFF

F15

SWK 181.031 is in conjunction with a field placement of 15 hours per week

32974 SWK 201-101 Human Behavior in the Social Envrnmnt I 3 MW 1130Am-1245PM PA-364 F15 Astor 32891 SWK 202-151 Human Behavior in the Social Envrnmnt II 3 MW 0530Pm-0645PM PA-364 F15 STAFF 32970 SWK 205-101 Social Welfare in the U.S. TR 1130Am-1245PM PA-364 F15

3 Astor

32976 SWK 205-151 Social Welfare in the U.S. TR 0530Pm-0645PM PA-364 F15

3 STAFF

32972 SWK 222-101 Intro to Social Work Practice MW 1000Am-1115AM PA-364 F15

3 Astor

31688 SWK 280-031 Internship III M 0400Pm-0450PM PA-364

6 STAFF

F15

SWK 280.031 is in conjunction with a field placement of 15 hours per week. Hybrid class that combines online and inclass instruction.

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS

33478 SWK 100-VC3 Introduction to Social Work S 1030Am-1145AM PDO-S208 MS4

3 STAFF

SWK 100.VC3 is available as a hybrid videoconferencing class at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS, Rampart Range Campus, The Downtown Studio Campus, and Falcon Campus

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 33477 SWK 100-VC2 Introduction to Social Work S 1030Am-1145AM PRR-S201 MS4

3 STAFF

SWK 100.VC2 is available as a hybrid videoconferencing class at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS, Rampart Range Campus, The Downtown Studio Campus, and Falcon Campus

31707 SOC 101-125 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 MW 0830Am-0945AM PRR-T110 F15

3 Nikolai

31706 SOC 101-126 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 MW 1130Am-1245PM PRR-T110 F15

3 Nikolai

34690 SOC 101-127 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 MW 0100Pm-0250PM PRR-E210 LAT

3 Carroll

SOC 101.130 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

31708 SOC 101-128 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-T110 F15

3 Nikolai

31709 SOC 101-129 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 TR 0230Pm-0345PM PRR-T110 F15

3 Carroll

32513 SOC 101-130 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 F 0900Am-1145AM PRR-T110 MS4

FALCON CAMPUS 33701 SWK 100-VC4 Introduction to Social Work S 1030Am-1145AM PFN-161 MS4

3 STAFF

SWK 100.VC4 is available as a hybrid videoconferencing class at CENTENNIAL CAMPUS, Rampart Range Campus, The Downtown Studio Campus, and Falcon Campus

SOCIOLOGY CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 31694 SOC 101-101 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 MW 0830Am-0945AM PA-260A F15

3 Swanson

31698 SOC 101-102 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 MW 1000Am-1115AM PA-260A F15

3 Grey

31696 SOC 101-103 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 MW 0230Pm-0345PM PA-260A F15

3 Grey

31697 SOC 101-104 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 TR 1000Am-1115AM PA-260A F15

3 Grey

33655 SOC 101-105 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 TR 0100Pm-0250PM PA-259 LAT

3 Bjorkman

SOC 101.105 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

31695 SOC 101-106 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 TR 0400Pm-0515PM PA-259 F15

3 Matson

31716 SOC 101-151 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 MW 0530Pm-0645PM PA-255 F15

3 Williamson

34689 SOC 101-152 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 TR 0530Pm-0725PM PA-217 LAT

3 Matson

3 Farraher

31710 SOC 101-175 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 MW 0530Pm-0645PM PRR-T110 F15

3 Dahn

33202 SOC 101-176 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 TR 0530Pm-0725PM PRR-T110 LAT

3 Farraher

SOC 101.176 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

31711 SOC 102-125 Intro to Sociology II: SS3 TR 1000Am-1115AM PRR-T110 F15

3 Nikolai

34211 SOC 102-175 Intro to Sociology II: SS3 MW 0700Pm-0815PM PRR-T110 F15

3 Dahn

31712 SOC 216-125 Sociology Of Gender: SS3 MW 0100Pm-0215PM PRR-T110 F15

3 Nikolai

FALCON CAMPUS 33654 SOC 101-1F6 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 TR 0700Pm-0815PM PFN-127 F15

3 White

DISTANCE EDUCATION 31713 SOC 101-1N1 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 F15

3 Swanson

34803 SOC 101-1N2 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 F15

3 Bjorkman

31715 SOC 102-1N1 Intro to Sociology II: SS3 F15

3 Swanson

SOC 101.152 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

31700 SOC 102-101 Intro to Sociology II: SS3 MW 1130Am-1245PM PA-260A F15

3 Grey

31701 SOC 205-151 Sociolgy of Family Dynamics: SS3 3 R 0530Pm-0815PM PA-255 F15 Williamson 32890 SOC 231-101 Sociology of Deviant Behavior: SS3 TR 0100Pm-0215PM PA-260A F15

3 Grey

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 34688 SOC 101-051 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 S 0900Am-1145AM PDO-N201 WKC

3 Farraher

31705 SOC 101-05B Intro to Sociology I: SS3 TR 1000Am-1115AM PDO-S207 F15

3 Swanson

33927 SOC 101-06A Intro to Sociology I: SS3 M 0530Pm-0815PM PDO-S217 F15

3 Farraher

35054 SOC 102-052 Intro to Sociology II: SS3 S 0100Pm-0345PM PDO-S217 WKC

3 McLay

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

SPANISH

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

FALCON CAMPUS

Due to placement verification and limited seating, students who register and do not attend the first week of classes, may lose their place in the class. Reinstatement is at the discretion of the instructor and in consideration of section enrollment limits.

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

33815 SPA 111-1F6 Spanish Language I TR 0530Pm-0750PM PFN-122

F15

5 STAFF

34189 SPA 111-1N1 Spanish Language I

F15

5 STAFF

DISTANCE EDUCATION

31611 SPA 101-101 Conversational Spanish I MW 0830Am-0945AM PA-253 F15

3 STAFF

35268 SPA 112-1N1 Spanish Language II

F15

5 STAFF

35317 SPA 111-151 Spanish Language I TR 0530Pm-0750PM PA-313

F15

5 STAFF

35269 SPA 211-1N1 Spanish Language III: AH4 F15

3 STAFF

32928 SPA 111-1H1 Spanish Language I M 0100Pm-0320PM PA-253

F15

5 STAFF

THEATRE

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

31614 SPA 112-101 Spanish Language II TR 1000Am-1220PM PA-217

F15

5 STAFF

F15

5 STAFF

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 32372 THE 105-101 Intro to Theatre Arts: AH1 MW 1130Am-1245PM PA-110 F15

3 STAFF

32373 THE 105-102 Intro to Theatre Arts: AH1 TR 1130Am-1245PM PA-110 F15

3 STAFF

33221 THE 105-103 Intro to Theatre Arts: AH1 F 1000Am-1245PM PA-110 MS4

3 STAFF

35266 SPA 262-101 Comp for the Heritage Lang Speaker 3 TR 0830Am-0945AM PA-253 F15 STAFF

32374 THE 111-101 Acting I MW 1000Am-1115AM

PA-110

F15

3 STAFF

DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS

32375 THE 112-101 Acting II TR 1000Am-1115AM

PA-110

F15

3 STAFF

35318 SPA 112-1H1 Spanish Language II W 0100Pm-0320PM PA-253

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

35319 SPA 212-101 Spanish Language IV : AH4 MW 0400Pm-0515PM PA-253 F15

3 STAFF

31610 SPA 101-05A Conversational Spanish I TR 0400Pm-0515PM PDO-S232 F15

3 STAFF

34934 THE 116-101 Technical Theatre TR 0100Pm-0215PM PA-110

F15

3 STAFF

35320 SPA 111-05A Spanish Language I mw 1000Am-1220pM PDO-

F15

5 STAFF

33177 THE 140-101 Stage Dialects F 0300Pm-0350PM PA-110

MS4

1 STAFF

33174 SPA 111-3H1 Spanish Language I S 0900Am-1120AM PDO-S232

WKC

5 STAFF

33222 THE 204-101 Voice & Articulation I F 0100Pm-0250PM PA-110

MS4

2 STAFF

33013 THE 205-101 Voice & Articulation II F 0100Pm-0250PM PA-110

MS4

2 STAFF

32861 THE 213-101 Intermediate Acting I TR 1000Am-1115AM PA-110

F15

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

35321 SPA 112-06A Spanish Language II MW 0530pm-0750PM PDO-s232

F15

5 STAFF

35265 SPA 211-05A Spanish Language III: AH4 MW 0830Am-0945AM PDO-S232 F15

3 STAFF

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 32927 SPA 101-125 Conversational Spanish I TR 0830Am-0945AM PRR-T108 F15

3 STAFF

35315 SPA 111-125 Spanish Language I MW 0100Pm-0320PM PRR-T108

F15

5 STAFF

F15

5 STAFF

34212 SPA 111-2H1 Spanish Language I T 0530Pm-0750PM PRR-W116

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT DOWNTOWN STUDIO CAMPUS 35195 WQM 109-06A Water Distribution MW 0600Pm-0725PM PDO-S213

3 F15 glover

35282 WQM 116-06A Conventional Surface Water Treatment 3 MW 0600Pm-0725PM PDO-N200 F15 crockett 33945 WQM 118-06A Wastewater Collection Systems TR 0600Pm-0725PM PDO-N200 F15

3 Woodrum

31615 SPA 112-125 Spanish Language II MW 1000Am-1220PM PRR-T108

F15

5 STAFF

33443 WQM 126-06A Safety in Water Quality Industry 3 TR 0745Pm-0915PM PDO-N204 F15 Timberlake

31616 SPA 112-2H1 Spanish Language II F 1000Am-1220PM PRR-T108

F15

5 STAFF

33949 WQM 212-06A Drinking Water Regulations MW 0745Pm-0915PM PDO-N204 F15

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

35316 SPA 212-2H1 Spanish Language IV: AH4 W 0830Am-0945AM PRR-T108 F15

4 Drissel

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

35270 SPA 215-2H1 Spanish for Professional II M 0830Am-0945AM PRR-T108 F15

3 STAFF

Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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Code explanation and College location see page 23.

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BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

WELDING

32412 WEL 115-102 Autobody Welding & Cutting T 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15

4 Mannering

CENTENNIAL CAMPUS

33016 WEL 115-103 Autobody Welding & Cutting W 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

33181 WEL 115-104 Autobody Welding & Cutting T 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 LAT

4 Mannering

32379 WEL 106-101 Blueprint Read-Welders/Fitters 4 M 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15 Mannering 32388 WEL 106-102 Blueprint Read-Welders/Fitters 4 T 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15 Mannering

WEL 115.104 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

4 Corn

34299 WEL 115-105 Autobody Welding & Cutting R 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15

4 Mannering

33178 WEL 106-104 Blueprint Read-Welders/Fitters 4 T 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 LAT Mannering

32413 WEL 115-151 Autobody Welding & Cutting T 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

32414 WEL 115-152 Autobody Welding & Cutting W 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

32415 WEL 115-153 Autobody Welding & Cutting R 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

33033 WEL 115-154 Autobody Welding & Cutting M 0600Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Torres

33014 WEL 106-103 Blueprint Read-Welders/Fitters W 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15

WEL 106.104 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

34296 WEL 106-105 Blueprint Read-Welders/Fitters 4 R 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15 Mannering 32389 WEL 106-151 Blueprint Read-Welders/Fitters T 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

32390 WEL 106-152 Blueprint Read-Welders/Fitters W 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

32391 WEL 106-153 Blueprint Read-Welders/Fitters R 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

33030 WEL 106-154 Blueprint Read-Welders/Fitters M 0600Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Torres

32393 WEL 113-101 Oxyfuel & Plasma Cutting M 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15

2 Mannering

32394 WEL 113-102 Oxyfuel & Plasma Cutting T 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15

2 Mannering

33015 WEL 113-103 Oxyfuel & Plasma Cutting W 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15

2 Corn

33179 WEL 113-104 Oxyfuel & Plasma Cutting T 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 LAT

2 Mannering

WEL 113.104 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

32416 WEL 121-101 Structural Welding I M 1140Am-0410PM PB-201

F15

3 Mannering

32417 WEL 121-102 Structural Welding I T 1140Am-0410PM PB-201

F15

3 Mannering

33018 WEL 121-103 Structural Welding I W 1140Am-0410PM PB-201

F15

3 Corn

34300 WEL 121-105 Structural Welding I R 1140Am-0410PM PB-201

F15

3 Mannering

32418 WEL 121-151 Structural Welding I T 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201

F15

3 Corn

32419 WEL 121-152 Structural Welding I W 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201

F15

3 Corn

32421 WEL 121-153 Structural Welding I R 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201

F15

3 Corn

33034 WEL 121-154 Structural Welding I M 0600Pm-1000PM PB-201

F15

3 Torres

34297 WEL 113-105 Oxyfuel & Plasma Cutting R 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15

2 Mannering

32395 WEL 113-151 Oxyfuel & Plasma Cutting T 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

2 Corn

32422 WEL 122-101 Structural Welding II M 1140Am-0410PM PB-201

F15

3 Mannering

32396 WEL 113-152 Oxyfuel & Plasma Cutting W 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

2 Corn

32423 WEL 122-102 Structural Welding II T 1140Am-0410PM PB-201

F15

3 Mannering

32398 WEL 113-153 Oxyfuel & Plasma Cutting R 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

2 Corn

33019 WEL 122-103 Structural Welding II W 1140Am-0410PM PB-201

F15

3 Corn

33031 WEL 113-154 Oxyfuel & Plasma Cutting M 0600Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

2 Torres

34301 WEL 122-105 Structural Welding II R 1140Am-0410PM PB-201

F15

3 Mannering

32402 WEL 114-101 Oxyacetylene Welding M 1140Am-0410PM PB-201

F15

2 Mannering

32425 WEL 122-151 Structural Welding II T 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201

F15

3 Corn

32406 WEL 114-102 Oxyacetylene Welding T 1140Am-0410PM PB-201

F15

2 Mannering

32426 WEL 122-152 Structural Welding II W 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201

F15

3 Corn

33017 WEL 114-103 Oxyacetylene Welding W 1140Am-0410PM PB-201

F15

2 Corn

32428 WEL 122-153 Structural Welding II R 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201

F15

3 Corn

33180 WEL 114-104 Oxyacetylene Welding T 1140Am-0410PM PB-201

LAT

2 Mannering

33035 WEL 122-154 Structural Welding II M 0600Pm-1000PM PB-201

F15

3 Torres

WEL 114.104 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

34298 WEL 114-105 Oxyacetylene Welding R 1140Am-0410PM PB-201

F15

2 Mannering

F15

2 Corn

F15

2 Corn

F15

2 Corn

F15

2 Torres

32411 WEL 115-101 Autobody Welding & Cutting M 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15

4 Mannering

32408 WEL 114-151 Oxyacetylene Welding T 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 32409 WEL 114-152 Oxyacetylene Welding W 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 32410 WEL 114-153 Oxyacetylene Welding R 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 33032 WEL 114-154 Oxyacetylene Welding M 0600Pm-1000PM PB-201

32429 WEL 124-101 Intro-Gas Tungsten Arc Welding 4 M 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15 Mannering 32431 WEL 124-102 Intro-Gas Tungsten Arc Welding 4 T 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15 Mannering 33020 WEL 124-103 Intro-Gas Tungsten Arc Welding W 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

34302 WEL 124-105 Intro-Gas Tungsten Arc Welding 4 R 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15 Mannering 32433 WEL 124-151 Intro-Gas Tungsten Arc Welding T 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

32434 WEL 124-152 Intro-Gas Tungsten Arc Welding W 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

32437 WEL 124-153 Intro-Gas Tungsten Arc Welding R 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

32460 WEL 224-151 Adv Gas Tungsten Arc Welding T 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

33036 WEL 124-154 Intro-Gas Tungsten Arc Welding M 0600Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Torres

32461 WEL 224-152 Adv Gas Tungsten Arc Welding W 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

32439 WEL 125-101 Intro-Gas Metal Arc Welding M 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15

4 Mannering

32462 WEL 224-153 Adv Gas Tungsten Arc Welding R 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

32441 WEL 125-102 Intro-Gas Metal Arc Welding T 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15

4 Mannering

33040 WEL 224-154 Adv Gas Tungsten Arc Welding M 0600Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Torres

33021 WEL 125-103 Intro-Gas Metal Arc Welding W 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

32463 WEL 225-101 Advanced Gas Metal Arc Welding 4 M 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15 Mannering

33182 WEL 125-104 Intro-Gas Metal Arc Welding T 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 LAT

4 Mannering

32464 WEL 225-102 Advanced Gas Metal Arc Welding 4 T 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15 Mannering

WEL 125.104 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

33025 WEL 225-103 Advanced Gas Metal Arc Welding W 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

34303 WEL 125-105 Intro-Gas Metal Arc Welding R 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15

4 Mannering

32443 WEL 125-151 Intro-Gas Metal Arc Welding T 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

32446 WEL 125-152 Intro-Gas Metal Arc Welding W 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

34307 WEL 225-105 Advanced Gas Metal Arc Welding 4 R 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15 Mannering

32447 WEL 125-153 Intro-Gas Metal Arc Welding R 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

32465 WEL 225-151 Advanced Gas Metal Arc Welding T 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

33037 WEL 125-154 Intro-Gas Metal Arc Welding M 0600Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Torres

32466 WEL 225-152 Advanced Gas Metal Arc Welding W 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

32448 WEL 200-101 Adv CAD/CAM Cutting Processes 4 M 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15 Mannering

32467 WEL 225-153 Advanced Gas Metal Arc Welding R 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

32449 WEL 200-102 Adv CAD/CAM Cutting Processes 4 T 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15 Mannering

33041 WEL 225-154 Advanced Gas Metal Arc Welding M 0600Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Torres

33022 WEL 200-103 Adv CAD/CAM Cutting Processes W 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

32468 WEL 230-101 Pipe Welding I M 1140Am-0410PM PB-201

F15

4 Mannering

34304 WEL 200-105 Adv CAD/CAM Cutting Processes 4 R 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15 Mannering

32469 WEL 230-102 Pipe Welding I T 1140Am-0410PM PB-201

F15

4 Mannering

32450 WEL 200-151 Adv CAD/CAM Cutting Processes T 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

33026 WEL 230-103 Pipe Welding I W 1140Am-0410PM PB-201

F15

4 Corn

32451 WEL 200-152 Adv CAD/CAM Cutting Processes W 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

34308 WEL 230-105 Pipe Welding I R 1140Am-0410PM PB-201

F15

4 Mannering

32452 WEL 200-153 Adv CAD/CAM Cutting Processes R 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

32470 WEL 230-151 Pipe Welding I T 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201

F15

4 Corn

33038 WEL 200-154 Adv CAD/CAM Cutting Processes M 0600Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Torres

32471 WEL 230-152 Pipe Welding I W 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201

F15

4 Corn

32453 WEL 205-101 Intro to Ornamental Iron M 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15

4 Mannering

32472 WEL 230-153 Pipe Welding I R 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201

F15

4 Corn

32454 WEL 205-102 Intro to Ornamental Iron T 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15

4 Mannering

33042 WEL 230-154 Pipe Welding I M 0600Pm-1000PM PB-201

F15

4 Torres

33023 WEL 205-103 Intro to Ornamental Iron W 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

32473 WEL 231-101 Pipe Welding II M 1140Am-0410PM PB-201

F15

4 Mannering

34305 WEL 205-105 Intro to Ornamental Iron R 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15

4 Mannering

32474 WEL 231-102 Pipe Welding II T 1140Am-0410PM PB-201

F15

4 Mannering

32455 WEL 205-151 Intro to Ornamental Iron T 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

33027 WEL 231-103 Pipe Welding II W 1140Am-0410PM PB-201

F15

4 Corn

32456 WEL 205-152 Intro to Ornamental Iron W 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

34309 WEL 231-105 Pipe Welding II R 1140Am-0410PM PB-201

F15

4 Mannering

32457 WEL 205-153 Intro to Ornamental Iron R 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

32475 WEL 231-151 Pipe Welding II T 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201

F15

4 Corn

33039 WEL 205-154 Intro to Ornamental Iron M 0600Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Torres

32476 WEL 231-152 Pipe Welding II W 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201

F15

4 Corn

32458 WEL 224-101 Adv Gas Tungsten Arc Welding M 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15

4 Mannering

32477 WEL 231-153 Pipe Welding II R 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201

F15

4 Corn

32459 WEL 224-102 Adv Gas Tungsten Arc Welding T 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15

4 Mannering

33043 WEL 231-154 Pipe Welding II M 0600Pm-1000PM PB-201

F15

4 Torres

33024 WEL 224-103 Adv Gas Tungsten Arc Welding W 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

32478 WEL 240-101 Pipe Welding Certification M 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15

4 Mannering

34306 WEL 224-105 Adv Gas Tungsten Arc Welding R 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15

4 Mannering

33183 WEL 225-104 Advanced Gas Metal Arc Welding 4 T 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 LAT Mannering WEL 225.104 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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Code explanation and College location see page 23.

ALL CAMPUSES • SPRING 2010 COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

32479 WEL 240-102 Pipe Welding Certification T 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15

4 Mannering

33028 WEL 240-103 Pipe Welding Certification W 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

34310 WEL 240-105 Pipe Welding Certification R 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 F15

4 Mannering

32480 WEL 240-151 Pipe Welding Certification T 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

32481 WEL 240-152 Pipe Welding Certification W 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

32482 WEL 240-153 Pipe Welding Certification R 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Corn

33044 WEL 240-154 Pipe Welding Certification M 0600Pm-1000PM PB-201 F15

4 Torres

32483 WEL 250-101 Layout & Fabrication M 1140Am-0410PM PB-201 32484 WEL 250-102 Layout & Fabrication T 1140Am-0410PM PB-201

F15

4 Mannering

F15

4 Mannering

33029 WEL 250-103 Layout & Fabrication W 1140Am-0410PM PB-201

F15

4 Corn

34311 WEL 250-105 Layout & Fabrication R 1140Am-0410PM PB-201

F15

4 Mannering

32485 WEL 250-151 Layout & Fabrication T 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201

F15

4 Corn

32486 WEL 250-152 Layout & Fabrication W 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201

F15

4 Corn

F15

4 Corn

F15

4 Torres

32487 WEL 250-153 Layout & Fabrication R 0530Pm-1000PM PB-201 33045 WEL 250-154 Layout & Fabrication M 0600Pm-1000PM PB-201

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

ZOO KEEPING CENTENNIAL CAMPUS 32427 ZOO 100-311 Safety/Zoonoses/Hazardous Materials 0.5 TR 0300Pm-0415PM PA-173B TR1 Anderson 32430 ZOO 101-321 Career Development for Zoo Keeping 0.5 TR 0300Pm-0415PM PA-173B TR2 Anderson 33203 ZOO 105-101 Reptile & Amphibian Husbandry MW 0930Am-1200PM PA-173B F15 33204 ZOO 125-101 Mammal Husbandry MW 1215Pm-0245PM PA-173B

4 Anderson

4 F15 gAtes

32432 ZOO 135-151 Fish & Invertebrate Husbandry TR 0715Pm-0945PM PA-173B F15

4 Anderson

32435 ZOO 205-231 Horticulture for the Zoo Keeper 1 M 0250Pm-0510PM PA-173B BI2 berg 32436 ZOO 206-101 Exhibit Design & Construction 3 TR 1215Pm-0145PM PA-173B F15 gates 32438 ZOO 215-151 Veterinary Zoo Keeping TR 0430Pm-0700PM PA-173B

F15

4 Anderson

RAMPART RANGE CAMPUS 32440 ZOO 115-175 Bird Husbandry MF 0630Pm-0900PM PRR-W102

4 F15 bArker

MISCELLANEOUS CAMPUS 32442 ZOO 180-031 Internship I

F15

5 Anderson

Please contact tracey.anderson@ppcc.edu for more information.

32444 ZOO 181-031 Internship II

F15

5 Anderson

Please contact tracey.anderson@ppcc.edu for more information.

34738 ZOO 280-031 Internship III

F15

5 Anderson

Please contact tracey.anderson@ppcc.edu for more information.

DON’T RUN WITH SCISSORS & MORE GOOD ADVICE FROM YOUR CAMPUS PUBLIC SAFETY DEPARTMENT TRAFFIC LAWS

SMOKING

PARKING

WEAPONS

The speed limit on campus is 25 mph, 15 mph near our day care centers, and 10 mph in the parking lots. Please obey our traffic laws. • Parking decals are not required on our campuses. • Centennial Campus: In A Lot, the meters and visitor parking is restricted to short-term parking only, and is not suitable for student parking while attending classes. • Downtown Studio Campus: Student parking at the Downtown Studio Campus is provided by the Antlers Garage. Please validate your parking stubs at Campus Life.

CAMPUS ALERTS

Register to be notified via text message, email, or cell phone of campus emergencies. Go to www. ppcc.edu/alert

Smoking on our campuses is permitted in designated locations only. Be sure to look for the signs to avoid a citation. Weapons of any kind are not permitted on our campuses. See Public Safety for any exceptions.

OUR POLICE OFFICERS

Our officers are “real police” and are available to help you with all your public safety needs, including: Reporting Crimes, Lost and Found, Vehicle Accidents, Campus Escorts.

PPCC Department of Public Safety Office: 502-2900 Emergency Only: 502-2911 ppcc.edu/about-ppcc/public-safety

Students not attending the first class may be dropped. Days, times, and rooms subject to change. Visit www.ppcc.edu for current information.


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Colorado Residents Apply Now for the FREE College Opportunity Fund You will save $68 per semester credit hour when you sign up. What is it? The College Opportunity Fund or “stipend” is money that the state has set aside to invest in your education. In the past, the state gave this money directly to the colleges. Now, you sign up, and then when you register for classes, you authorize the stipend to be paid by the state on your behalf. The stipend will go directly to the Colorado public or participating private college or university you have chosen to attend. What if you don’t apply? If you don’t apply, then you’ll pay $68

more per credit hour on your tuition. The College Opportunity Fund means you pay less than half the actual cost of your in-state tuition out of pocket. The state pays the rest.

Who is eligible for COF? Qualified Colorado residents. How much is the stipend? It will vary. The amount will be

determined each year by the Colorado Legislature. Currently it is $68 per semester credit hour for full-time undergraduate students attending a public college or university. That comes to $1,020 per year for two semesters of 15 credit hours each. Students at private colleges must be Pell-eligible. Funding for private colleges varies.

USE IT, OR LOSE IT. If you don’t sign up, you won’t get the benefits.

Apply today at PPCC.edu/COF For more information, call 540-PPCC or toll-free 866-411-PPCC 719-502-3333 TTY (hearing impaired only)


102 Campus Directory

Centennial Campus

Room • Phone:

Admissions

A-107 • 502-3000

Area Vocational Program (AVP)

A-220 • 502-3111

Art Gallery Articulation, High School Assessment

Downtown Studio Campus

Rampart Range Campus

Room • Phone:

Room • Phone:

S-100 • 502-3000

S-102 • 502-3000

S-109 • 502-4040

A-220 • 502-3111 A-201a • 502-4045

Bookstore

B-205 • 502-2665

Business, Social & Behavioral Sciences Division

F-300 • 502-3300

Campus Activities

A-210 • 502-2091

Campus Center Meeting Rooms

A-210 • 502-2089

Campus Room Rentals

A-324 • 502-2333

Campus Life Information Desk

A-210 • 502-2522

Campus Life Main

A-210 • 502-2500

S-104 • 502-2663 N-106 • 502-2091

N-101 • 502-2664 W-209 • 502-3300 S-207 • 502-2091

502-2333 N-106 • 502-2538

502-2333 S-207 • 502-2577

Career Planning & Advising

A-119 • 502-3232

S-102 • 502-3232

S-101 • 502-3232

Cashier

A-101 • 502-2444

S-100 • 502-2444

S-102 • 502-2444

Child Development Centers

CDC • 502-2323

CDC • 502-2424

Communications, Humanities & Technical Studies Division

F-300 • 502-3200

S-210 • 502-3200

Computer Access Center (OASIS)

A-309 • 502-3030

S-126

Computer Labs

A-300 • 502-2442

N-106 • 502-2443

Copy Center

B-234 • 502-2111

Credit for Prior Learning

A-106 • 502-2052

Dean of Students

A-118 • 502-2367

Disability Services, Student (OASIS)

A-115 • 502-3333

Distance Education

A-209 • 502-3555

EMS Department

A-362 • 502-3440

E-news Newsletter@ppcc.edu

A-324 • 502-2022

English Language Institute

A-229 • 502-3535

Enrollment Services (Velocity Center)

A-107 • 502-3000

S-100 • 502-3000

S-102 • 502-3000

Financial Aid

A-106 • 502-3000

S-100 • 502-3000

S-102 • 502-3000

S-126 • 502-3333

A-101 • 502-2300 A-100 • 502-2911

Fitness Center/Gymnasium

A-262 • 502-2555

Food Services

A-211 • 502-2038

Foundation, Resource & Community Development

A-324 • 502-2016

Health, Environmental, Natural & Physical Sciences Division

F-300 • 502-3400

High School Articulation

A-220 • 502-3111

Human Resource Services

C-202 • 502-2600

Information Technology Support Services (ITSS)    Computer Labs    Help Desk

A-111 • 502-2438 A-300 • 502-2442 A-111 • 502-4800 A-115 • 502-3026 A-153 • 502-3166

Leadership Suite

A-324 • 502-3100

Learning Assistance Center (Tutoring)

A-212 • 502-3444

Library

A-201 • 502-2400

Math Labs

A-316 • 502-3250

Mathematics & Languages Division

F-200 • 502-3600

S-101 • 502-3333

First Aid/Medical Assistance

KEPC Radio

E-203 • 502-2408

Financial Services

Interpreting Services (Sign Language)

W-119 • 502-3200

S-101 • 502-2911

N-105 • 502-2560 N-106 • 502-2443

N-104 • 502-2911 W-103 • 502-2042 W-209 • 502-3400

E-206 • 502-2449 E-203 • 502-2408

S-102 • 502-3444 S-228 • 502-3270

S-202 • 502-3244 S-101 • 502-3444 N-201 • 502-2440 N-204 • 502-3260 E-213 • 502-3600


103 Campus Directory Meadow, The

Centennial Campus

Room • Phone:

Downtown Studio Campus Room • Phone:

A-211 • 502-4555

Rampart Range Campus Room • Phone:

Military Programs – Ft. Carson • 502-4200, PAFB • 502-4300, Main Line • 502-4100 Nursing Department

S-126 • 502-3333

E-213 • 502-3339

Office of Accommodative Services & Instructional Support (OASIS)

A-115 • 502-3333

Ombudsman

A-324 • 502-2012

Pikes Peak Regional Law Enforcement Academy

F-300 • 502-3191

Post Secondary Enrollment Options (PSEO)

A-220 • 502-3111

President’s Office

A-324 • 502-2200

Public Safety Administration

A-100 • 502-2900

S-101 • 502-2900

N-106 • 502-2900

Public Safety Emergency Line

A-100 • 502-2911

S-101 • 502-2911

N-106 • 502-2911

Publications & Printing

B-234 • 502-2111 S-100 • 502-3000

S-102 • 502-3000

S-101 • 502-3333

S-202 • 502-2200

Reading Center

A-311 • 502-3510

Records

A-106 • 502-3000

Recreation & Sports

A-262 • 502-2555

SkillsUSA

A-220 • 502-3111

Southern Colorado Educational Opportunity Center (SCEOC)

A-115 • 502-3028

S-126

Student Crisis Counseling Office

C-205 • 502-4689

S-126 • 502-4689

C-206 • 502-4689

Student Government

A-204 • 502-2104

N-106 • 502-2103

S-207 • 502-2098

Student Support Services/TRiO

A-117 • 502-3222

Television Station-ITFS (WLX-245)

A-209 • 502-3555

Testing Center

A-117 • 502-3370

Transfer from PPCC

Veteran’s Affairs

A-107 • 502-2060

Veteran’s Upward Bound

A-116 • 502-4545

Vice President, Student Services

A-210 • 502-2083

Women’s Re-Entry Program

A-201 • 502-4044

Workforce Training Writing Centers

A-312 • 502-3510

S-102 • 502-3390 S-206 • 502-3452 S-212 • 502-3530

Falcon Campus Bookstore

FN-POD 602 • 502-3820

Career Planning & Advising

FN-119 • 502-3232

Cashier

FN-100 • 502-3815

Disability Services, OASIS

FN-106 • 502-3233 V/TTY

Enrollment Services Faculty Offices

FN-100 • 502-3000 FN-POD 600 • 502-3805

Information Technology Support Services

FN-POD 601 • 502-2409

Math Lab

FN-POD 602 • 502-4410

Public Safety, EMERGENCY LINE

• 502-2911

Public Safety, Department of

FN-110 • 502-2900

Records

FN-109 • 502-3000

Testing Center

FN-119 • 502-3817

Writing Center

FN-POD 602 • 502-4410

S-101 • 502-3380

S-122 • 502-3237

N-202 • 502-3520


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Check Us Out on the Web! www.ppcc.edu

on the PPCC website, you can:

register for print your order find out about listen to make change check see search look up

classes schedule books campus events KEPC radio online payments on your account your class schedule: add, drop, or waitlist classes mailing address • phone email address and personal identification number (PIN) course availability • your grades • your email an unofficial transcript • order an official transcript • department home pages the PPCC Library for print and online resources lab hours • faculty and staff phone numbers

Don’t have a computer? Use ours! Stop by any of the Computer Labs Today.


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3 MONTHS THAT COULD CHANGE YOUR LIFE Here’s a handy timeline that makes getting into college easy 3 MONTHS BEFORE CLASSES BEGIN • Apply for Admission to PPCC Apply online at www.ppcc.edu – it’s FREE! At the end of your online application, you’ll get a confirmation letter. Make sure to write down your Student ID Number – you’ll need it. If you are a Colorado resident, make sure it has you listed as in-state for tuition purposes. * Are you Active Duty Military or a dependent? If so, pick up a Green Form (Tuition Classification Form) at your military education center and submit it to the college each semester. You’ll get in-state tuition and save big bucks! • Apply for the College Opportunity Fund (COF) Stipend If you’re a Colorado resident, you save even more - the state of Colorado pays a stipend of $68 per credit hour toward your tuition. But you have to apply! It’s easy, and it takes about 4 minutes. Get your Colorado Driver’s License or Colorado ID ready for reference, then go to www.ppcc.edu and click on the COF icon. You’ll be glad you did. *Are you Active Duty Military or a dependent? Even if your official residence is outside Colorado, you may be eligible for the COF tuition stipend! Download the COF application, complete, sign, and submit it to Enrollment Services with a copy of your Military ID. • Apply for Financial Aid One application is all you need! Apply online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Have your latest Federal Income Tax Return handy, or your parents’ tax return, if you’re listed as a dependent. You’ll need it to complete the application. One out of every three applications is selected for verification. Make certain that you read all the letters you receive from PPCC and submit all required documents immediately! If you don’t follow through, it could hold up your financial aid. Won’t it be nice to have your financial aid in place when classes begin? If you’re applying for a student loan, don’t make these common mistakes! You won’t get your loan if you don’t complete the Entrance Loan Counseling Session at www. MappingYourFuture.org, fill out and submit your Federal Student Loan Acceptance Form (LNDF) to your lender, and sign your Master Promissory Note at www.elmselect. com. • Send us your transcripts If you have attended another college or university, contact them directly and order an official transcript to be sent to the PPCC Enrollment Services Center. We’ll look at it for possible credit toward your PPCC degree or certificate. Have them send you a copy too – it will come in handy when you talk to your advisor, and it may give you a pass on the placement assessment process.

2 MONTHS BEFORE CLASSES BEGIN • Take the Placement Assessment The Placement Assessment measures your skills in Math, Reading, and English. The results will assure that you are ready to succeed in the classes you enroll in. It’s just a guidepost - you can’t fail! Plus, it’s free, and it only takes about an hour and a half to complete. Have your S# (student user ID number) and your driver’s license or other photo ID ready. You’ll get your scores right away, so you’ll be good to go. *If you’ve got transcripts from another college, or if your recent ACT or SAT test scores are high enough, you may not have to take the Placement Assessment. Just check with the Testing Center to make sure.

• Meet Your Academic Advisor Go to Career Planning & Advising. They’ll talk to you about your school and career goals, assign you a permanent academic advisor, and help you choose the right classes. Be sure to take your Assessment scores, ACT or SAT scores, and other college transcripts with you. If you don’t already have them, pick up a current catalog, class schedule, and “Nobody Told Me Book” student guide. • Orientation Do the New Student Orientation online at www.ppcc.edu. If you are seeking an AA or AS degree, Orientation is mandatory, and you won’t be able to register for your classes until you complete it. Plus, it’s a valuable introduction to everything you need to know to succeed in college. You’ll find out about all the services and resources PPCC has available for you. • Register for Classes Register early to get the best selection of classes. Go to www.ppcc.edu to register online. You’ll need your S# (Student I.D. number) and PIN. Make sure to authorize your COF stipend when you register for classes for each semester. If you change or add any classes later, you’ll need to authorize COF again for each new class. If you don’t authorize it, you won’t get the stipend, and that would be a bummer.

1 MONTH BEFORE CLASSES BEGIN • Double-check your Financial Aid status Have you been approved? You can find out online at www.ppcc.edu. It will tell you if there are more Financial Aid documents needed to process your Financial Aid. If so, get them to the Enrollment Services Center immediately! No, don’t wait – do it now! If you’re applying for a student loan, make sure you have completed all the necessary steps in the process with your lender. • Verify your Class Schedule Are you registered in the courses you wanted, at the right place and time? Find out online at www.ppcc.edu. • Check your Bill If you’re a Colorado resident, make sure you are listed as in-state. Make sure that the COF stipend has been authorized and applied to your bill for each class. Yep, you got it – do that online at www.ppcc.edu. If there’s something on your bill that you don’t understand, call right away to clear it up.

NOW YOU’RE READY FOR CLASS You’re officially a student. Now’s the fun part! Get your books, pose for your student ID (say “cheese!”), sign up for clubs or athletics and browse through the Library. Don’t forget to check out your free PPCC email account – you’ll get official bulletins from the college about important dates, special opportunities, and events, and you can chat with your instructors and classmates, too.

Got Questions?

Call 502-3000 Today


Community Center Dr. Exit 153 Exit 151

South Gate Blvd.

11195 Highway 83 • 80921

InterQuest Parkway

Briargate Parkway Research Parkway

N. Powers Blvd.

USAF Education Center

Community Center (Lower Level) • 80840

Rampart Range Campus

Voyager Pkwy.

Blvd. Stadium

U.S. Air Force Academy

Briargate Blvd.

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Platte Ave.

100 West Pikes Peak Ave. • 80903

Peterson Blvd.

The Downtown Studio Campus Bijou St.

Exit 142

Kiowa St.

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Drennan Rd.

Powers Blvd.

Cimarron St.

Academy Blvd.

Colorado Ave.

Exit 141

Peterson Air Force Base

Stewart Ave.

W. Pikes Peak Ave. Pikes Peak Ave.

Cascade Ave.

Sierra Madre St.

Falcon Campus

11990 Swingline Rd. • 80831

em

lvd

Peterson AFB Education Center

301 W. Stewart Ave. • 80914

Milton E. Proby Pkwy.

Centennial Campus

5675 S. Academy Blvd. • 80906

Building 1117 • 80913

One

Fort Carson Education Center

Exit 135 O'Connell Blvd.

Ave. Barkley ay W . ›One th Ave McGra Way ›

Fort Carson Army Base

Specker Ave.

Convenient Locations

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Ellis St.

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Pikes Peak Community College has four fullservice campuses to serve the north, central, south and east areas of the city. Each offers a full array of academic programs, and enrollment and student services. Rampart Range Campus houses health profession educational programs. The Downtown Studio Campus is a center for the fine arts and dance, Centennial

Campus offers all academic disciplines as well as the occupational and technical programs. Falcon, the newest campus, offers complete Associate of Arts and AA Business Transfer degrees onsite, general education courses, career training and courses for personal enrichment. PPCC also has branch locations at three military education centers.

719.540.PPCC or 719.502.2000 866.411.PPCC toll free ppcc.edu IT'S YOUR LIFE. MAKE IT COUNT.


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Voter Registration Information For your convenience, we have provided the Voter Registration Application Form on our Web pages. The form can be printed on your printer, completed, and mailed to the Clerk and Recorder’s Office in which you reside. For additional information about registering to vote, please refer to the information below.

YOU CAN USE THE FORM TO: Register to vote in Colorado. Change your name and/or address. Declare a party affiliation, or change party affiliation. TO REGISTER YOU MUST: Be a U.S. citizen. Be 18 years of age. (Note: you must be 18 years old by the date of the election in which you want to vote, but you must register 29 days before the election.) Reside in the State of Colorado and at your present address at least 30 days before an election.

QUESTIONS? Please call the El Paso County Election Department at 575-VOTE (8683). Look up additional phone numbers of other Colorado county Clerk and Recorder’s offices. Hearing impaired people can call the El Paso County Clerk and Recorder’s TDD No. (719) 520-6286 OR call the State TDD No. (303) 894-2389.

DEADLINE INFORMATION: If you want to vote in an election, you must mail or deliver the voter registration form to your county clerk and recorder no later than 29 days before the election in which you want to vote. Your eligibility to vote will be based on the postmark date or the date you file the form in the county Clerk and Recorder’s office. REGISTRATION FORMS: In addition to printing the registration form from the Internet, you can obtain the application at most state agency offices, public libraries or at any county Clerk and Recorder’s office.

Voter Registration Instructions: The form is not an interactive on-line form. You will need to print the Registration Application to your printer, complete the application, and mail it to J. Patrick Kelly, El Paso County Election Department, P.O. Box 2007, Colorado Springs, CO, 80901-2007. If you have any questions, please call 575-VOTE (8683).


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109 Worksheet (Class Selection) Use this form to plan your schedule. Advisors are available to help you select your classes and create a plan that works best for you.

Class Identification

Credit Hours Location

1.___________________________________________________ ___________ ______________ 2.___________________________________________________ ___________ ______________ 3.___________________________________________________ ___________ ______________ 4.___________________________________________________ ___________ ______________ 5.___________________________________________________ ___________ ______________ 6.___________________________________________________ ___________ ______________ 7:00 a.m. 8:00 a.m. 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. 11:00 a.m. Noon 1:00 p.m. 2:00 p.m. 3:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. 5:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. 8:00 p.m. 9:00 p.m.

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday


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HOw TO BE YOUR OwN

SUPERHERO 10 TIPS FOR ACADEMIC SUCCESS

5. ASK QUESTIONS, PARTICIPATE in class, and don’t be afraid to ASK FOR HELP. The college has a wealth of resources for you to use. Instructors are trained to help when you are struggling; don’t hesitate to talk to them early on. Take advantage of group and individual tutoring in the LEARNING ASSISTANCE CENTER, and personal assistance in our MATH & WRITING LABS. Finally, there is the OASIS, that assists students with physical or learning disabilities.

1. USE YOUR SYLLABUS, a detailed class outline usually handed out the first day of class. It contains extremely useful information about what topics will be covered, when tests will be given, and when your assignments are due. Use it as a guide, follow it closely, and mark important dates and deadlines on your calendar. 2. COME TO CLASS and TAKE GOOD NOTES. This is a vital key to success at PPCC. If you miss a class, make sure you get the notes from a fellow classmate or talk with your instructor. 3. DO YOUR READING assignments. This will help you prepare for class, and help you organize your notes and study materials. Then if you have questions about the material, your instructor can provide the answers. Plus, if there’s a pop quiz, you won’t be caught unprepared. 4. PLAN AHEAD – don’t put assignments off until the last minute. Allocate your study time to ensure you have ample time to plan for papers, and prepare for tests. You’ll be glad you did.

How To Be Your own

SuperHero

6. USE THE RESOURCES available to you, including the LIBRARY and its COMPUTER LABS. They have digital and online resources as well as books, periodicals, and much more. There are references at your fingertips to everything on the planet and beyond, and people to help you find it all. 7. TAKE A SUCCESS CLASS. The Advancing Academic Achievement program has classes to hone your study skills, help you set goals, learn time management, take good notes, and overcome test anxiety. Think of it as CPR training in Semester Survival. 8. DON’T OVERLOAD yourself with too many classes. With a manageable schedule you allow yourself time to have a life, while you are shaping your future. 9. BALANCE your work, family and school commitments. You might need to change when, where and how you study, or let some non-critical activities go. Find out strategies from other students who are successful at juggling it all. 10. NEVER GIVE UP on yourself. Success is at your fingertips at PPCC, and the faculty and staff are here to help you achieve your goals. HAVE PATIENCE with yourself as you learn to adapt to college life and your new learning environment. Most of all, HAVE FUN in college. It’s the experience of a lifetime.


111 PIKES PEAK COMMUNITY COLLEGE 5675 South Academy Blvd. Colorado Springs, CO 80906 (719) 540-7722 — www.ppcc.edu

Application for Admission

*Responses to items marked by an asterisk (*) are voluntary, will be kept confidential, will not be used in a discriminatory manner, and are intended to support actions designed to promote students' participation in the education programs offered by the College. The information will not be used as a factor in acceptance to the College.

INSTRUCTIONS - Please complete all sections of this application in BLACK INK and PRINT LEGIBLY. 20

PLEASE INDICATE THE YEAR AND TERM YOU WISH TO ENROLL

SUMMER

FALL

SPRING

BIRTHDATE

GENDER (M) Male

OR

(F) Female

Social Security Number

Tax Identification Number

FIRST NAME

LAST NAME

*Current Employment Status (F) full time (30+ hrs/week) (P) part time (1-29 hrs/week) (U) unemployed

*Veteran/Military Service (1) (2) (3) (4)

MONTH

DAY

YEAR

MIDDLE NAME

Citizenship: American Indian or Alaskan Native U.S. Citizen Non U.S. Citizen** Asian or Pacific Islander Country of Citizenship: ______________________ Hispanic Visa Type:________________________________ Black Non-Hispanic

*Ethnic Origin:

(I) (O) (H) (B) (W) White Non-Hispanic

None Veteran or Dependent Eligible for VA Educational Benefits Veteran Not Eligible for VA Educational Benefits Active Duty Veteran Active Duty Military

PREVIOUS NAME

Office Use Only

VISA Expiration Date:_______________________ **You must attach a photocopy of your I-551 (Resident Alien Card) (both sides) or I-94 (Arrival-Departure Record). If you are under the age of 23, you must attach a photocopy of both your and your parent’s/legal guardian’s I-551 or I-94.

VISA

RESIDENCY

ORIGINAL COUNTY

ORIGINAL STATE

COUNTY OF LOCAL ADDRESS

LOCAL ADDRESS

CITY

STATE

COUNTRY

ZIP CODE

(AREA CODE)

RESIDENCE PHONE NUMBER

COUNTY OF PERMANENT ADDRESS

PERMANENT ADDRESS (IF DIFFERENT FROM ABOVE)

CITY

STATE

COUNTRY

ZIP CODE

(AREA CODE)

BUSINESS PHONE NUMBER

E-MAIL ADDRESS

While at this institution, do you intend to (1) Earn an academic degree (AA/AS/AGS) (2) Earn a vocational - technical degree (AAS) (3) Earn a vocational - technical certificate (4) None of the above

Do you plan to transfer to another institution? (1) Yes, to a 4-year school after graduation (2) Yes, to a 4-year school before graduation (3) Yes, to a 2-year school after graduation

Which best describes the level of education you have completed ? (choose one) (LH) Less than High School (HS) High School Graduate/GED (CE) Certificate (AA) Associate Degree (AA, AS) (AG) Associate Degree (AAS, AGS) (BD) Bachelor’s Degree (MA) Master’s Degree (DD) Doctorate (Ed D, Ph D) (PR) Professional Degree (MD, JD, MBA, Ed S)

Program/Major area of study:

(4) Yes, to a 2-year school before graduation

Are you enrolling at this college for job or career reasons? Yes No

*Do you consider yourself economically disadvantaged? *Do you consider yourself academically disadvantaged? *Is English your second language? *Do you consider yourself a displaced homemaker? *Do you consider yourself a single parent?

Please indicate planned length of study at this institution: (1) semester (3) 2 years (2) 1 year (4) More than 2 years

(5) No, I do not plan to transfer

yes

no

yes

no

yes

no

(M) Mother

(N) Neither

yes yes

no no

(F) Father

(B) Both

Have your parents earned a baccalaureate (4-year) degree?

Which best describes your current status?

(U) Unknown

(NE) New Student, I have never attended any college or university. I have attended another college. Please check one item below. ___ (TR) I expect to transfer credit from my prior college. ___ (TN) I do NOT expect to transfer credit. (RA) I am a former student of this college, applying for readmission.

Type of Secondary Diploma

Name of Last High School Attended

High School Diploma, City

State

(Y) Year Received 19/20 (G) G.E.D. - Year Received 19/20 (C) Currently enrolled in High School

Name of Last College Attended

Expected Graduation Date 20 City

(N) Non-Graduate

State

SELECTIVE SERVICE STATEMENT To comply with Colorado State Law, all males between the ages of 18 and 26 years must answer the following question. Are you registered with the Selective Service?

STUDENT ID REV (11/04)

COLLEGE

Yes

DEGREE

No

You can register for selective service at http://www.sss.gov/FSregist.htm. OFFICE USE ONLY

MAJOR

MINOR

SPEC

HIGH SCHOOL CODE

COLLEGE CODE


112 COLLEGE OPPORTUNITY FUND The College Opportunity Fund (COF) provides a stipend to eligible undergraduate students. The stipend pays a portion of your total in-state tuition. You must apply via the internet at www.CollegeinColorado.org in order to receive this stipend.

TUITION CLASSIFICATION: (Has no effect on admission to the college) COMPLETE FOR COLORADO RESIDENCY CLASSIFICATION Please answer the following questions carefully. If appropriate indicate “none” or “not applicable”. You may write explanatory notes on this form and/or attach additional sheets as necessary. Use the word “present” for month/year if the date extends to the time you are completing this application. Failure to answer a question may result in your being misclassified. Please contact the Office of Admissions if you need assistance.

If you are under 23: YOUR PARENT or LEGAL GUARDIAN

CURRENT AGE

Dates of continuous physical presence in Colorado............................................ Dates of extended absences from Colorado during the last two years........ List the last two years Colorado income taxes have been filed.............................

List the last two years of employment or source of income...............................

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If you are NOT a U.S. Citizen, please attach a photocopy of your parent’s/legal guardian’s Visa, I-551 (Resident Alien Card) (both sides) or I-94 (Arrival-Departure Record).

mo

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Date of marriage (answer this question only if you will be under the age of 23 by the initial enrollment date).

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Response to this question is voluntary, will not affect the admission process, and is used only to determine residency status.

If you are active duty military or a dependent of an active duty military service member assigned to a Permanent Change of Station in Colorado, you may be eligible for in-state tuition rates. Contact your Military Base Education Office for documentation. All items are subject to change without notice. STUDENTS WHO CLAIM A CHANGE IN TUITION CLASSIFICATION OR EMANCIPATION MUST FILE A PETITION FOR RESIDENCY PRIOR TO REGISTRATION. I hereby certify that, to the best of my knowledge, the information furnished in this application is true and complete without intent of evasion or misrepresentation. I understand the above information is submitted under penalty of perjury and false or misrepresented data is sufficient cause for tuition reclassification or dismissal.

AND Parent or Legal Guardian Signature if applicant is under 18 Student Signature Date Institutions using this application form do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability in admission or access to, or treatment or employment in its educational programs or activities. Inquiries concerning Title VI, Title IX, and Section 504 may be referred to the affirmative action officer of the institution to which you are applying.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN OUR COLLEGE COLORADO COMMUNITY COLLEGE SYSTEM ZSADOO1 REV (11/04)

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Spring 2010


ppccConnect online classes Online classes give you the freedom to study when you choose, where you choose. Plus, you get to work at your own pace, and still get the benefits of interacting with your instructor and classmates. ppccConnect. Go to the “N’s” Classes with an ‘N’ in the section number are Pikes Peak Community College classes you can take online. Here’s an example: Western Civilization I, section number HIS-101-1N1. See the ‘N?’ It’s in the section number for all ppccConnect classes. When you choose ppccConnect, that means your instructors are local. They care about you, and your success matters. You can get in touch with them frequently, and fast. Plus, you know your instructors are highly qualified. You can even hook up with other students in your classes, through email, chat, or in person. It’s your call. at PPCC, we place a high value on customer service, and delivering what we promise – a topnotch education. How online classes work PPCC’s online classes meet all the same objectives as traditional classes, and you’ll earn the same credit. In most cases, textbooks are the same, too. Here’s how they’re different: For each class you take, you’ll log into a course shell that includes your syllabus, reading and assignment lists, instructor’s lecture notes, discussion topics, web links, publisher materials, and other things your instructor includes to make an interesting and effective class. In most cases, you will take tests

and quizzes online as well. You’ll have due dates for assignments and tests, but otherwise you’ll work at your own pace. You won’t have to be online at specific times, so you can study around your busy schedule. Online discussions and blogs are an important part of your courses, and participation may be part of your grade. You can contact your instructors through email, but most instructors are local, so you can make appointments to see them on campus as well. Most courses are on the same fifteen-week schedule as traditional classes, but we are offering more and more eight- or ten-week sessions that begin later in the semester. See the list of courses for details. With ppccConnect, you’ll get personal attention and local support services, too, including free tutoring, access to the PPCC library, computer lab, math lab, reading lab, and writing lab. You can even combine ppccConnect classes with hybrid or traditional classes, so you get to enjoy the whole college experience on your own terms.

Find out more – go to ppcc.edu/ppccConnect


ppccConnect ONLINE Spring 2010 CRN

COURSE TITLE

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

CRN

COURSE TITLE

CS 1 CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

FULL TERM ONLINE CLASSES

31751 CIS 135-1N1 Complete PC Word Processing F15

3 STAFF

Classes run January 20 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; May 11

31752 CIS 145-1N1 Complete PC Database

F15

3 STAFF

31753 CIS 155-1N1 PC Spreadsheet Concepts F15

3 STAFF

31747 CIS 267-1N1 Mgmt of Information Systems F15

3 STAFF

ACCOUNTING 32846 ACC 101-1N1 Fundamentals of Accounting F15

3 Johnson

31195 ACC 121-1N1 Accounting Principles I F15

4 McElderry

COMPUTER & NETWORKING TECHNOLOGY

31196 ACC 122-1N1 Accounting Principles II 4 F15 Howard

33712 CNG 101-1N1 Intro to Networking

F15

3 STAFF

ANTHROPOLOGY

34703 CNG 103-1N1 Wide Area Networks

F15

3 STAFF

31232 ANT 101-1N1 Cultural Anthropology: SS3 F15

3 STAFF

34725 ANT 111-1N1 Physical Anthropology: SS3 F15

3 STAFF

31783 CSC 105-1N1 Computer Literacy

F15

3 STAFF

32556 ANT 215-1N1 Indians of North America: SS3 F15

3 STAFF

32576 CSC 120-1N1 Prob Solving: Visual Basic F15

3 STAFF

34680 ANT 221-1N1 Exploring Other Cultures I F15

3 STAFF

COMPUTER WEB-BASED

Contemporary Japanese Culture

ART 31890 ART 110-1N1 Art Appreciation: AH1

F15

3 Conrad

34955 ART 110-1N2 Art Appreciation: AH1

F15

3 Conrad

34472 ART 113-1N1 History of Photography F15

3 STAFF

BIOLOGY 32848 BIO 216-1N1 Pathophysiology

F15

4 STAFF

31245 BUS 115-1N1 Introduction to Business F15

3 Bowles

BUSINESS

COMPUTER SCIENCE

33090 CWB 110-1N1 Complete Web Author: HTML F15

3 STAFF

CRIMINAL JUSTICE 31294 CRJ 125-1N1 Law Enforcement Operations F15 31295 CRJ 145-1N1 Correctional Process

F15

31326 CRJ 146-1N1 Community Based Corrections F15 31327 CRJ 209-1N1 Criminal Investigation I

F15

31329 CRJ 215-1N1 Constitutional Rights Inmates F15

3 Engel 3 Thorson 3 Thorson 3 Engel 3 Thorson

31330 CRJ 216-1N1 Juvenile Law & Procedures F15

3 Engel 2 Engel

33670 BUS 203-1N1 Intro to International Business F15

3 Meyer

31331 CRJ 219-1N1 Police Intelligence

31246 BUS 216-1N1 Legal Environment of Business F15

3 Natali

31332 CRJ 255-1N1 Organ Mgmt of Corrctnl Institutions 3 F15 Thorson

31247 BUS 217-1N1 Bus Communication & Report Writing 3 F15 Taggart 34499 BUS 226-1N1 Business Statistics

F15

3 Meyer

F15

1 STAFF

31728 BTE 102-1N1 Keyboarding Applications I F15

2 STAFF

31729 BTE 108-1N1 Ten-Key by Touch

F15

1 STAFF

F15

3 STAFF

BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION 31727 BTE 100-1N1 Computer Keyboarding

31730 BTE 166-1N1 Business Editing Skills

COMMUNICATION 33651 COM 225-1N1 Organizational Communication F15

3 STAFF

COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING

F15

ECONOMICS 34762 ECO 201-1N1 Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1 F15

3 Meyer

34980 ECO 202-1N1 Prin of Microeconomics: SS1 F15

3 Meyer

EDUCATION 31211 EDU 221-1N1 Introduction to Education F15

3 STAFF

34764 EDU 221-1N2 Introduction to Education F15

3 STAFF

34765 EDU 250-1N1 CTE in Colorado

F15

1 STAFF

34120 EDU 260-1N1 Adult Learning & Teaching F15

3 STAFF

ENGLISH 31369 ENG 090-1N1 Basic Composition

3 F15 Giddings

34479 CAD 255-1N1 SolidWorks/Mechanical 3 F15 Wilson

31441 ENG 121-1N1 English Composition I: CO1 F15

34481 CAD 259-1N1 Advanced Solidworks

31513 ENG 122-1N1 English Composition II: CO2 3 F15 Aggen

3 F15 Wilson

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

31536 ENG 131-1N1 Technical Writing I

3 Miller

3 F15 Aggen

31748 CIS 115-1N1 Intro to Computer Info Systems F15

3 STAFF

31749 CIS 118-1N1 Intro PC Applications

F15

3 STAFF

32309 ENV 101-1N1 Environmental Science: SC1 F15

4 STAFF

34502 CIS 124-1N1 Intro to Operating Systems F15

3 STAFF

34766 ENV 101-1N2 Environmental Science: SC1 F15

4 STAFF

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE


ppccConnect ONLINE Spring 2010

CS 2 CRN

COURSE TITLE

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

FINANCE 31475 FIN 106-1N1 Consumer Economics 31476 FIN 201-1N1 Principles of Finance

F15

3 Meyer

F15

3 Bowles

GEOGRAPHY 32318 GEO 105-1N1 World Regional Geography: SS2 F15

3 KOPTEVA

GEOLOGY 32326 GEY 135-1N1 Environmental Geology F15

3 STAFF

CRN

COURSE TITLE

32968 MAN 125-1N1 Team Building

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR 1 Sonntag

F15

33188 MAN 128-1N1 Human Relations in Organizations F15

3 Thirion

31557 MAN 200-1N1 Human Resource Management I F15

3 Thirion

31558 MAN 216-1N1 Small Business Management F15

3 Bowles

31559 MAN 226-1N1 Principles of Management F15

3 Taggart

MARKETING

HISTORY

34501 MAR 111-1N1 Principles of Sales

3 F15 Gray

32045 HIS 101-1N1 Western Civilization:Antiquity-1650 HI1 3 F15 STAFF

35097 MAR 160-1N1 Customer Service

F15

3 Kuzara

34586 HIS 102-1N1 Western Civilization:Antiquity-1650 HI1 3 F15 STAFF

31569 MAR 216-1N1 Principles of Marketing F15

3 Meyer

34587 HIS 111-1N1 The World: Antiquity-1500: HI1 F15

3 Spencer

33676 MAR 240-1N1 International Marketing F15

3 Meyer

34588 HIS 112-1N1 The World: 1500-Present: HI1 F15

3 Spencer

33677 MAR 249-1N1 Strategic Marketing

32046 HIS 201-1N1 US History to Reconstruction: HI1 F15

3 STAFF

32047 HIS 202-1N1 US History since Civil War: HI1 F15

3 STAFF

HEALTH PROFESSIONAL 34317 HPR 108-1N1 Dietary Nutrition

1 STAFF

F15

Enrollment recommended AFTER taking BIO 111. Please contact kristen.johnson@ppcc.edu for more information.

32339 HPR 178-1N1 Medical Terminology 34805 HPR 178-1N2 Medical Terminology

F15

2 STAFF

F15

2 STAFF

34806 HPR 178-1N3 Medical Terminology

F15

2 STAFF

34807 HPR 178-1N4 Medical Terminology

F15

2 STAFF

34506 HPR 208-1N1 Advanced Medical Terminology F15

2 STAFF

34808 HPR 208-1N2 Advanced Medical Terminology F15

2 STAFF

34810 HPR 208-1N3 Advanced Medical Terminology F15

2 STAFF

34811 HPR 208-1N4 Advanced Medical Terminology F15

2 STAFF

HUMANITIES 32061 HUM 121-1N1 Humanities: Early Civ: AH2 F15

3 Betts

32064 HUM 122-1N1 Humanities: Medieval to Modern: AH2 3 F15 Betts

JOURNALISM 31588 JOU 105-1N1 Introduction to Mass Media: SS3 F15

3 Slavitz

34940 JOU 105-1N2 Introduction to Mass Media: SS3 F15

3 STAFF

LITERATURE 32079 LIT 115-1N1 Intro to Literature I: AH2 3 F15 Schoolcraft 34056 LIT 201-1N1 Masterpieces of Literature I: AH2 F15 35123 LIT 255-1N1 Childrenâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Literature

F15

3 Finch 3 Seal

MANAGEMENT 34500 MAN 116-1N1 Principles of Supervision F15

3 Taggart

32967 MAN 117-1N1 Time Management

1 Sonntag

F15

F15

3 Thirion

34129 MAT 060-1N1 Pre-Algebra

F15

3 Stewart

35130 MAT 060-1N2 Pre-Algebra

F15

3 STAFF

32114 MAT 090-1N1 Introductory Algebra

F15

4 Krzemien

35131 MAT 090-1N2 Introductory Algebra

F15

4 Krzemien

33912 MAT 099-1N1 Intermediate Algebra

F15

4 Stewart

MATH

33854 MAT 103-1N1 Math for Clinical Calculations F15

3 STAFF

35132 MAT 103-1N2 Math for Clinical Calculations F15

3 STAFF

32138 MAT 107-1N1 Career Math

F15

3 Krzemien

35133 MAT 107-1N2 Career Math

F15

3 STAFF

32582 MAT 121-1N1 College Algebra: MA1

F15

4 Mahan

35257 MAT 122-1N1 College Trigonometry: MA1 F15

3 STAFF

MYMATHLAB is required

MULTIMEDIA GRAPHIC DESIGN 33788 MGD 102-1N1 Introduction To Multimedia F15

3 STAFF

34178 MGD 112-1N1 Adobe Illustrator I

F15

3 STAFF

34179 MGD 141-1N1 Web Design I

F15

3 STAFF

34180 MGD 143-1N1 Motion Graphic Design I: Software F15

3 STAFF

MUSIC 33766 MUS 120-1N1 Music Appreciation: AH1

F15

3 Malone

32333 PHI 111-1N1 Intro to Philosophy: AH3 F15

3 STAFF

PHILOSOPHY 32342 PHI 112-1N1 Ethics: AH3

3 F15 McCluggage

33757 PHI 113-1N1 Logic: AH3

F15

3 STAFF

33007 PHI 114-1N1 Comparative Religions: AH3 F15

3 STAFF


ppccConnect ONLINE Spring 2010 CRN

COURSE TITLE

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

POLITICAL SCIENCE

CRN

COURSE TITLE

CS 3 CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT & PLANNING

31586 POS 111-1N1 American Government: SS1 F15

3 Buchanan

PSYCHOLOGY 31664 PSY 101-1N1 General Psychology I: SS3 F15

3 Kamilar

34692 PSY 101-1N2 General Psychology I: SS3 F15

3 Poe

31666 PSY 102-1N1 General Psychology II: SS3 F15

3 Kamilar

33590 PSY 112-1N1 Psychology of Adjustment F15

3 Cooley

31466 EMP 101-2N1 Emergency Management

BI1

3 STAFF

31468 EMP 106-2N1 Exercise Design Evaluation BI1

3 STAFF

31470 EMP 107-2N1 Emerg Operation Cntr & Communications 3 BI1 STAFF 31472 EMP 240-2N1 Leadership and Influence BI1

3 STAFF

FIRE SCIENCE 31500 FST 102-2N1 Principles/Emergency Services BI1

3 STAFF

31667 PSY 235-1N1 Human Growth & Development: SS3 F15

3 Routh

31517 FST 103-2N1 Occ Safety & Health for Fire BI1

3 STAFF

34696 PSY 235-1N2 Human Growth & Development: SS3 F15

3 Routh

31519 FST 104-2N1 Fire Protection Systems BI1

3 STAFF

3 F15 Licht

31521 FST 105-2N1 Building Const for Fire Prof BI1

3 STAFF

31523 FST 106-2N1 Fire Prevention

BI1

3 STAFF

31526 FST 107-2N1 HazMat Operations (Level I) BI1

3 STAFF

31528 FST 150-2N1 Fire Prevention Education BI1

3 STAFF

31530 FST 201-2N1 Instructional Methodology BI1

3 STAFF

31532 FST 202-2N1 Strategy & Tactics

3 STAFF

31669 PSY 238-1N1 Child Development: SS3

SOCIOLOGY 31713 SOC 101-1N1 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 F15

3 Swanson

34803 SOC 101-1N2 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 F15

3 Bjorkman

31715 SOC 102-1N1 Intro to Sociology II: SS3 F15

3 Swanson

SPANISH 34189 SPA 111-1N1 Spanish Language I

F15

5 STAFF

35268 SPA 112-1N1 Spanish Language II

F15

5 STAFF

35269 SPA 211-1N1 Spanish Language III: AH4 F15

3 STAFF

FIRST BISEMESTER ONLINE CLASSES

BI1

31535 FST 204-2N1 Principles of Code Enforcement BI1

3 STAFF

31540 FST 205-2N1 Fire Investigation I

BI1

3 STAFF

31542 FST 206-2N1 Fire Co Superv & Leadership BI1

3 STAFF

31544 FST 250-2N1 Chemistry for Fire Protection BI1

3 STAFF

31547 FST 259-2N1 Wildland Firefighting Tactics BI1

3 STAFF

Classes run January 20 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; March 12

MATH

ACCOUNTING

35134 MAT 060-2N1 Pre-Algebra

BI1

3 STAFF

35135 MAT 090-2N1 Introductory Algebra

BI1

4 STAFF

35136 MAT 099-2N1 Intermediate Algebra

BI1

4 Novack

35234 ACC 115-2N1 Payroll Accounting

3 BI1 Allen

35236 ACC 121-2N1 Accounting Principles I 4 BI1 Allen 35238 ACC 122-2N1 Accounting Principles II 4 BI1 Dieball 35240 ACC 125-2N1 Computerized Accounting BI1

3 Paine Jr

ANTHROPOLOGY 34682 ANT 101-2N1 Cultural Anthropology: SS3 BI1

3 STAFF

CRIMINAL JUSTICE 34788 CRJ 110-2N1 Intro to Criminal Justice BI1 34786 CRJ 118-2N1 Report Writing

3 Morris

BI1

3 Merson

34790 CRJ 205-2N1 Principles of Criminal Law BI1

3 Merson

34792 CRJ 208-2N1 Criminal Evidence

BI1

3 Merson

34797 CRJ 210-2N1 Constitutional Law

BI1

3 Morris

34800 CRJ 230-2N1 Criminology

BI1

3 Morris

PHARMACY TECHNICIAN 33955 PHT 115-2N1 Pharm GI/Renal/Repro/Imm/Derma BI1

3 STAFF

PSYCHOLOGY 34694 PSY 101-2N1 General Psychology I: SS3 3 BI1 Hull

PUBLIC SECURITY MANAGEMENT 31671 PSM 130-2N1 Homeland Security Law

BI1

3 STAFF

31673 PSM 132-2N1 Homeland: Forecast Terrorism BI1

3 STAFF

31675 PSM 133-2N1 Hmld Security: Chem/Bio Defense BI1

3 STAFF

34045 PSM 135-2N1 Critical Infrastructure Protection BI1

1 STAFF

31678 PSM 200-2N1 NIM Syst/Interagency Operation BI1

3 STAFF


ppccConnect ONLINE Spring 2010

CS 4 CRN

COURSE TITLE

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

CRN

COURSE TITLE

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

SECOND BISEMESTER ONLINE CLASSES

31543 FST 206-3N1 Fire Co Superv & Leadership BI2

3 STAFF

31546 FST 250-3N1 Chemistry for Fire Protection BI2

3 STAFF

Classes run March 15 – May 11

31548 FST 259-3N1 Wildland Firefighting Tactics BI2

3 STAFF

ACCOUNTING 35235 ACC 115-3N1 Payroll Accounting

3 BI2 Allen

35237 ACC 121-3N1 Accounting Principles I 4 BI2 Allen 35239 ACC 122-3N1 Accounting Principles II 4 BI2 Dieball 35241 ACC 125-3N1 Computerized Accounting BI2

3 Paine Jr

ANTHROPOLOGY 34683 ANT 101-3N1 Cultural Anthropology: SS3 BI2

3 STAFF

34789 CRJ 110-3N1 Intro to Criminal Justice BI2

3 Morris

BI2

3 Merson

34791 CRJ 205-3N1 Principles of Criminal Law BI2

3 Merson

34793 CRJ 208-3N1 Criminal Evidence

BI2

3 Merson

34798 CRJ 210-3N1 Constitutional Law

BI2

3 Morris

34799 CRJ 220-3N1 Human Rel/Social Conflict BI2

3 Morris

34801 CRJ 230-3N1 Criminology

BI2

3 Morris

34802 CRJ 249-3N1 Penology

BI2

3 Morris

BI2

3 STAFF

31469 EMP 106-3N1 Exercise Design Evaluation BI2

3 STAFF

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT & PLANNING 31467 EMP 101-3N1 Emergency Management

35137 MAT 090-3N1 Introductory Algebra

BI2

4 STAFF

35138 MAT 107-3N1 Career Math

BI2

3 STAFF

35139 MAT 120-3N1 Math for Liberal Arts: MA1 BI2

4 STAFF

mymathlab required.

mymathlab required.

35140 MAT 121-3N1 College Algebra: MA1

4 STAFF

BI2

mymathlab required.

PHARMACY TECHNICIAN

CRIMINAL JUSTICE 34787 CRJ 118-3N1 Report Writing

MATH

31471 EMP 107-3N1 Emerg Operation Cntr & Communications 3 BI2 STAFF

33956 PHT 118-3N1 Pharm Nerv/Endo/Musculoskelet BI2

3 STAFF

PSYCHOLOGY 34695 PSY 102-3N1 General Psychology II: SS3 3 BI2 Hull

PUBLIC SECURITY MANAGEMENT 31672 PSM 130-3N1 Homeland Security Law

3 STAFF

BI2

31674 PSM 132-3N1 Homeland: Forecast Terrorism BI2

3 STAFF

31676 PSM 133-3N1 Hmld Security: Chem/Bio Defense BI2

3 STAFF

31677 PSM 135-3N1 Critical Infrastructure Protection BI2

1 STAFF

31679 PSM 200-3N1 NIM Syst/Interagency Operation BI2

3 STAFF

LATE START ONLINE CLASSES Classes run February 24 – May 11 ACCOUNTING

3 STAFF

34804 ACC 121-4N1 Accounting Principles I 4 LAT Howard

31515 FST 102-3N1 Principles/Emergency Services BI2

3 STAFF

35289 BUS 115-4N1 Introduction to Business LAT

31518 FST 103-3N1 Occ Safety & Health for Fire BI2

3 STAFF

31520 FST 104-3N1 Fire Protection Systems BI2

3 STAFF

31522 FST 105-3N1 Building Const for Fire Prof BI2

3 STAFF

31524 FST 106-3N1 Fire Prevention

BI2

3 STAFF

31527 FST 107-3N1 HazMat Operations (Level I) BI2

3 STAFF

34589 HIS 201-4N1 US History to Reconstruction: HI1 LAT

31529 FST 150-3N1 Fire Prevention Education BI2

3 STAFF

MUSIC

31531 FST 201-3N1 Instructional Methodology BI2

3 STAFF

31533 FST 202-3N1 Strategy & Tactics

3 STAFF

31473 EMP 240-3N1 Leadership and Influence BI2

FIRE SCIENCE

BI2

31538 FST 204-3N1 Principles of Code Enforcement BI2

3 STAFF

31541 FST 205-3N1 Fire Investigation I

3 STAFF

BI2

BUSINESS 3 STAFF

ENGLISH 35112 ENG 121-4N1 English Composition I: CO1 LAT

3 Miller

35116 ENG 122-4N1 English Composition II: CO2 LAT

3 STAFF

HISTORY 34585 HIS 101-4N1 Western Civilization:Antiquity-1650: HI1 3 LAT STAFF

35089 MUS 120-4N1 Music Appreciation: AH1 LAT

3 STAFF 3 Malone

PSYCHOLOGY 34693 PSY 101-4N1 General Psychology I: SS3 LAT

3 Raitz

35246 PSY 235-4N1 Human Growth & Development: SS3 3 LAT Falkoski 34697 PSY 249-4N1 Abnormal Psychology: SS3 LAT

3 Espinoza


FALCON CAMPUS SPRING SCHEDULE 2010

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FALCON Spring 2010 CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

ACCOUNTING 33836 ACC 121-1F1 Accounting Principles I TR 0800AM-0950AM PFN-127 F15

4 STAFF

34558 ACC 121-1F6 Accounting Principles I MW 0600PM-0750PM PFN-127 F15

4 STAFF

33838 ACC 122-1F1 Accounting Principles II TR 1000AM-1150AM PFN-127 F15

4 STAFF

34740 ACC 122-1F6 Accounting Principles II MW 0800PM-0950PM PFN-127 F15

4 STAFF

ADVANCING ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT 33809 AAA 090-1F1 Acad Achievement Strategies MW 1000AM-1115AM PFN-123 F15

3 STAFF

ADVENTURE GUIDE 35208 ADG 102-1F1 Intro Field Tech: Canyoneering 2 S 1030AM-1215PM PFN-412 TR2 Hernandez ADG 102.1F1 students are required to register for ADG 106.1F1. Class meets Feb 27, Mar 6, 13. Overnight field experience Mar 19-22.

35209 ADG 106-1F1 Desert Field Studies S 0830AM-1015AM PFN-412

2 TR2 Hernandez

ADG 106.1F1 students are required to register for ADG 102.1F1. Class meets Feb 27, Mar 6, 13. Overnight field experience Mar 19-22.

33938 ADG 125-1F1 Leave No Trace Cert Course 1 T 0300PM-0550PM PFN-121 TR3 sherwood ADG 125.1F1 meets Apr 13, 20, 27, May 4. Weekend field experience May 1 & 2. Call 502-3318 for details.

35247 ADG 225-1F1 Risk Mgmt for the Outdoor Prof MWF 0900AM-1050AM PFN- NSS

1 wiggens

ADG 225.1F1 will meet Feb 15, 17, 22, 24, 26, Mar 1, 3, 5, 8. Field sessions will be held on Mar 10 from 09:30-1:30 p.m. Call 635-4741 for more details.

ANIMAL SCIENCE 33736 ASC 102-1F1 Introduction to Equine Science TR 1000AM-1050AM PFN-120 F15

4 gonzales

33736 ASC 102-1F1 Introduction to Equine Science S 1000AM-1145AM PFN-120 F15

4 gonzales

Students must attend Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday lectures, followed by Saturday labs

34935 ASC 245-1F1 Equine Evaluation F 0900AM-1145AM PFN-120

MS4

3 STAFF

ASC 245.1F1 has mandatory field trips.

ANTHROPOLOGY 34686 ANT 101-1F6 Cultural Anthropology: SS3 M 0530PM-0815PM PFN- F15

3 STAFF

ART 3 Coco

CRN

COURSE DAYS

CS 7 TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

34978 ART 164-1F1 Handbuilt Clay II TR 0100PM-0320PM PFN-412

F15

3 Koehn

33880 ART 221-1F1 Drawing III MW 0900AM-1120AM PFN-412

3 F15 Sayers-Newlin

33881 ART 222-1F1 Drawing IV MW 0900AM-1120AM PFN-412

3 F15 Sayers-Newlin

33882 ART 261-1F1 Ceramics III TR 1130AM-0150PM PFN-412

3 F15 Houck

BIOLOGY 34012 BIO 111-1F6 Gen College Biology I/Lab: SC1 MW 0530PM-0820PM PFN-120 F15

5 STAFF

34013 BIO 148-1F1 Basic Ecology TR 0300PM-0520PM PFN-120

F15

4 STAFF

33668 BUS 115-1F1 Introduction to Business MW 0830AM-0945AM PFN-127 F15

3 Olson

33669 BUS 115-1F6 Introduction to Business MW 0530PM-0645PM PFN-113 F15

3 Olson

33671 BUS 216-1F1 Legal Environment of Business MW 1000AM-1115AM PFN-127 F15

3 Olson

35094 BUS 217-1F1 Bus Communication/Rept Write MW 0100PM-0215PM PFN-113 F15

3 Snell

35165 BUS 226-1F1 Business Statistics MW 0230PM-0345PM PFN-113

F15

3 STAFF

33614 COM 115-1F1 Public Speaking TR 1130AM-1245PM PFN-122

F15

3 STAFF

34986 COM 115-1F2 Public Speaking MW 1000AM-1115AM PFN-113

F15

3 STAFF

33619 COM 115-1F6 Public Speaking W 0530PM-0815PM PFN-122

F15

3 STAFF

BUSINESS

COMMUNICATION

33638 COM 125-1F1 Interpersonal Communication TR 0100PM-0215PM PFN-122 F15

3 STAFF

34990 COM 217-1F6 Group Communication M 0530PM-0815PM PFN-122

F15

3 STAFF

33803 CIS 118-1F1 Intro PC Applications TR 0830AM-0945AM PFN-112

F15

3 STAFF

33804 CIS 118-1F6 Intro PC Applications MW 0700PM-0815PM PFN-112

F15

3 STAFF

33805 CSC 105-1F1 Computer Literacy TR 1000AM-1115AM PFN-112

F15

3 STAFF

33806 CSC 105-1F2 Computer Literacy S 0900AM-1145AM PFN-112

MS4

3 STAFF

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

COMPUTER SCIENCE

33864 ART 110-1F1 Art Appreciation: AH1 MW 0830AM-0945AM PFN-122

F15

33872 ART 121-1F1 Drawing I MW 0900AM-1120AM PFN-412

3 F15 Sayers-Newlin

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

33873 ART 122-1F1 Drawing II MW 0900AM-1120AM PFN-412

3 F15 Sayers-Newlin

34779 CRJ 110-1F1 Intro to Criminal Justice T 0100PM-0345PM PFN-127 F15

3 McAlpine

34969 ART 123-1F6 Watercolor I TR 0530PM-0750PM PFN-412

F15

3 Owen

34780 CRJ 125-1F1 Law Enforcement Operations R 0100PM-0345PM PFN-127 F15

3 McAlpine

34970 ART 124-1F6 Watercolor II TR 0530PM-0750PM PFN-412

F15

3 Owen

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

33744 ART 138-1F1 Film Photography I MW 0400PM-0515PM PFN-127

F15

3 STAFF

34737 ECE 101-1F6 Intro to Early Childhood Educ R 0530PM-0815PM PFN-113 F15

3 STAFF

33876 ART 161-1F1 Ceramics I TR 1130AM-0150PM PFN-412

3 F15 Houck

33749 ECE 103-1F6 Guidance Strategies - Children T 0530PM-0815PM PFN-113 F15

3 STAFF

33877 ART 162-1F1 Ceramics II TR 1130AM-0150PM PFN-412

F15

3 Timco

34977 ART 163-1F1 Handbuilt Clay I TR 0100PM-0320PM PFN-412

F15

3 Koehn

35020 ART 163-1F2 Handbuilt Clay I TR 0200PM-0420PM PFN-412

F15

3 Koehn


FALCON Spring 2010

CS 8 CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

ECONOMICS

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

HISTORY

33699 ECO 202-1F1 Prin of Microeconomics: SS1 MW 1130AM-1245PM PFN-127 F15

3 Olson

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE 34014 EMS 125-1F6 EMT Basic WRF 0600PM-0850PM PFN-121

CRN

9 F15 flynn

EMS 125.1F6 students must register concurrently with EMS 170.031

ENGLISH

33786 HIS 102-1F1 Western Civ: 1650-Present: HI1 TR 0400PM-0515PM PFN-122 F15

3 STAFF

32035 HIS 201-1F1 US History to Reconst: HI1 MW 0400PM-0515PM PFN-124 F15

3 STAFF

34595 HIS 249-VC4 History- Islamic Civiliz: HI1 3 MW 1130AM-1245PM PFN-161 F15 Wagner HIS 249.VC4 is available as a videoconferencing class at Centennial Campus, Rampart Range Campus, The Downtown Studio Campus, and Falcon Campus

35186 ENG 060-1F1 Writing Fundamentals 3 MW 1000AM-1115AM PFN-POD 603 F15 Lewis

HORSE TRAINING MANGEMENT

33811 ENG 090-1F1 Basic Composition MW 0830AM-0945AM PFN-123

35151 HTM 155-1F1 Foal Training TR 0230PM-0520PM PFN-113

3 F15 Lewis

33820 ENG 121-1F1 English Composition I: CO1 TR 0830AM-0945AM PFN-123 F15

3 STAFF

33818 ENG 121-1F2 English Composition I: CO1 MW 0100PM-0215PM PFN-112 F15

3 STAFF

33819 ENG 121-1F3 English Composition I: CO1 MW 0230PM-0345PM PFN-123 F15

3 STAFF

33821 ENG 121-1F6 English Composition I: CO1 TR 0530PM-0645PM PFN-123 F15

3 STAFF

33822 ENG 122-1F1 English Composition II: CO2 MW 1130AM-1245PM PFN-123 F15

3 STAFF

33823 ENG 122-1F2 English Composition II: CO2 TR 1000AM-1115AM PFN-123 F15

3 STAFF

34062 ENG 122-1F3 English Composition II: CO2 F 0900AM-1145AM PFN-123 MS4

3 STAFF

TR3

1 gonzales

HTM 155.1F6 will have off campus field experiences

35152 HTM 260-1F1 Introduction to Internship T 0230PM-0520PM PFN-113 TR1

1 gonzales

HUMANITIES 34476 HUM 121-1F1 Humanities: Early Civ: AH2 MW 1130AM-0100PM PFN-122 F15 33745 HUM 122-1F1 Humanities: Medieval--Mod: AH2 TR 0230PM-0345PM PFN-122 F15

3 Baker 3 Piering

LITERATURE 34054 LIT 115-1F1 Intro to Literature I: AH2 TR 1130AM-1245PM PFN-112 F15

3 STAFF

MATH 33796 MAT 030-1F1 Fundamentals of Mathematics MW 0900AM-0950AM PFN-112 F15

2 Swartz

33797 MAT 030-1F2 Fundamentals of Mathematics S 0100PM-0250PM PFN-124 MS4

2 STAFF

35142 MAT 030-1F6 Fundamentals of Mathematics TR 0500PM-0550PM PFN-124 F15

2 STAFF

33798 MAT 060-1F1 Pre-Algebra TR 1000AM-1115AM PFN-124

F15

3 STAFF

33799 MAT 060-1F2 Pre-Algebra S 0900AM-1150AM PFN-124

MS4

3 STAFF

33800 MAT 090-1F1 Introductory Algebra MW 1000AM-1150AM PFN-112

F15

4 Swartz

35143 MAT 090-1F6 Introductory Algebra TR 0600PM-0750PM PFN-124

F15

4 STAFF

33911 MAT 099-1F1 Intermediate Algebra TR 0100PM-0250PM PFN-124

F15

4 Clarke

35144 MAT 099-1F6 Intermediate Algebra MW 0600PM-0750PM PFN-124

F15

4 STAFF

33801 MAT 107-1F1 Career Math TR 0830AM-0945AM PFN-124

F15

3 STAFF

HEALTH & WELLNESS

33802 MAT 121-1F1 College Algebra: MA1 MW 1000AM-1150AM PFN-124

F15

4 STAFF

34011 HWE 129-1F1 Wilderness First Responder 4 MTWRF 0900AM-0345PM PFN-120 NSS tayloe

34612 MAT 121-1F6 College Algebra: MA1 TR 0700PM-0850PM PFN-POD 603 F15

4 STAFF

33859 MAT 122-VC4 College Trigonometry: MA1 TR 0230PM-0345PM PFN-161 F15

3 STAFF

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 32308 ENV 101-1F1 Environmental Science: SC1 4 MW 0800AM-1050AM PFN-121 F15 belew

EQUINE MANAGEMENT 34936 EQM 115-1F6 Equine Reproduction W 0600PM-0750PM PFN-

F15

2 STAFF

BI1

1 STAFF

BI2

1 STAFF

F15

2 STAFF

EQM 115.1F6 has two required Saturday field trips

34937 EQM 201-1F6 Stable Operations III T 0600PM-0850PM PFN-121 EQM 201.1F6 has off campus field experiences

34938 EQM 202-1F6 Stable Operations IV T 0600PM-0850PM PFN-121 EQM 202.1F6 has off campus field experiences

34939 EQM 210-1F6 Equine Health R 0600PM-0750PM PFN-120

GEOGRAPHY 33886 GEO 105-1F1 World Regional Geography: SS2 TR 0100PM-0215PM PFN-120 F15

3 STAFF

HWE 129.1F1 meets Jan 4-15 only

HEALTH PROFESSIONAL 34777 HPR 102-1F1 CPR for Professionals S 0800AM-0330PM PFN-121

0.5 NSS flynn

HPR 102.1F1 meets Feb 6 only

34554 HPR 108-1F6 Dietary Nutrition T 0600PM-0750PM PFN-120 Enrollment recommended AFTER taking BIO 111

BI1

1 STAFF

MAT 122.VC4 is available as a videoconferencing class at Centennial Campus, Rampart Range Campus, The Downtown Studio Campus, and Falcon Campus

METEOROLOGY 33702 MET 150-VC4 General Meteorology: SC1 TR 1000AM-1215PM PFN-161 F15

4 STAFF

MET 150.VC4 is available as a videoconferencing class at Centennial Campus, Rampart Range Campus, The Downtown Studio Campus, and Falcon Campus


FALCON Spring 2010 CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

MUSIC 33767 MUS 120-1F1 Music Appreciation: AH1 TR 1001AM-1115AM PFN-122

F15

3 Matzke

NATURAL RESOURCES 32364 NRE 100-1F1 Foundations of Forestry 3 W 0130PM-0550PM PFN-121 F15 berg 35210 NRE 211-1F6 Environmental Policies/Econ 3 MW 0600PM-0730PM PFN-412 F15 belew 33940 NRE 212-1F6 Ecosystem Management TR 0600PM-0820PM PFN-412

3 F15 jaussi

32365 NRE 214-1F1 Environmental Issues & Ethics R 0100PM-0350PM PFN-121 F15

3 larish

32366 NRE 236-1F1 PR of Natural Resources M 1130AM-0120PM PFN-121 F15

2 larish

OUTDOOR STUDIES 35211 OUT 118-1F1 River Orientation F 0800AM-0950AM PFN-POD 603 NSS

2 STorm

OUT 118.1F1 will meet Apr 23, 30. Daytime field sessions May 1, 2, 8, 9, 15. This is a Colorado State River Guide Certification Course.

35232 OUT 176-1F1 Caving S 0900AM-1250PM PFN-POD 603 NSS

1 warren

OUT 176.1F1 meets Jan 23 - Feb 20 only. no overnight weekend field experience.

35299 OUT 176-1F3 Caving R 0900AM-1250PM PFN-POD 603 TR3

1 warren

OUT 176.1F3 will meet Apr 18 - may 6. no overnight weekend field experience.

35212 OUT 204-1F6 Expedition Leadership - River F 0530PM-0730PM PFN-POD 603 NSS

2 STorm

OUT 204.1F6: Classroom session May 7, 14; overnight field expedition is May 27-31.

PHILOSOPHY 33753 PHI 111-1F1 Intro to Philosophy: AH3 MW 1000AM-1115AM PFN-122 F15

3 STAFF

33754 PHI 111-1F2 Intro to Philosophy: AH3 3 MW 0400PM-0515PM PFN-122 F15 Hamann 33703 PHI 142-VC4 New Testament TR 0100PM-0215PM PFN-161

3 F15 McCluggage

PHI 142.VC4 is available as a videoconferencing class at Centennial Campus, Rampart Range Campus, The Downtown Studio Campus, and Falcon Campus

33762 PHI 214-VC4 Philosophy of Religion: AH3 TR 0400PM-0515PM PFN-161 F15

3 Trussell

PHI 214.VC4 is available as a videoconferencing class at Centennial Campus, Rampart Range Campus, The Downtown Studio Campus, and Falcon Campus

PHYSICAL EDUCATION 32578 PED 127-1F6 Introduction to Flyfishing MW 0600PM-0850PM PFN-POD 603 TR2

1 willis

PED 127.1F6 includes a final flyfishing field experience trip and additional rental equipment costs (if needed). Call 502-3318 for more details.

33450 PED 129-1F1 Scuba Diving

TR1

1 larish

PED 129.1F1 requires additional course fees, weekend field experiences and individualized class schedules. Class will meet at Underwater Connection. Call 502-3318 for more details.

33448 PED 129-1F2 Scuba Diving

TR2

1 larish

PED 129.1F2 requires additional course fees, weekend field experiences and individualized class schedules. Class will meet at Underwater Connection. Call 502-3318 for more details.

33449 PED 129-1F3 Scuba Diving

TR3

1 larish

CRN

COURSE DAYS

CS 9 TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

PED 129.1F3 requires additional course fees, weekend field experiences and individualized class schedules. Class will meet at Underwater Connection. Call 502-3318 for more details.

35213 PED 132-1F1 Snowshoeing F 0100PM-0250PM PFN-POD 603 TR1

1 durham

PED 132.1F1 will meet on Jan 30 & 31 (OVERNIGHT). Call 339-1514 for more details.

35224 PED 132-1F2 Snowshoeing F 0100PM-0250PM PFN-120

TR2

1 STorm

PED 132.1F2: Classroom sessions Feb 26, Mar 5, 12; day field experiences on Mar 13, 14 (not an overnight). For more information call 494-7177.

35214 PED 133-1F1 Beginning Snowboarding F 0100PM-0250PM PFN-120 TR1

1 STorm

PED 133.1F1: Classroom sessions Jan 22, 29; day field sessions Feb 6 (Ski Cooper) and Feb 7 (Copper Mountain). Additional cost for equipment rental and lift ticket. For more information call 494-7177.

35215 PED 152-1F1 Beginning Ice Climbing R 0900AM-1250PM PFN-121

TR1

1 warren

ped 152.1f1 will meet jan. 21 - feb. 18. no overnight weekend field experience.

35216 PED 157-1F1 Basic Mountaineering F 0900AM-1150AM PFN-121

NSS

3 durham

PED 157.1F1 will meet Feb 20, Mar 6, Apr 3, 4 (OVERNIGHT). Call 339-1514 for more details.

35217 PED 161-1F6 Beginning Kayaking F 0530PM-0730PM PFN-120

TR3

1 STorm

PED 161.1F6: Classroom session Apr 9; pool session Apr 16, 23. Field experience Apr 24. For more information call 494-7177.

35218 PED 165-1F1 Wilderness Survival Skills MW 0800AM-1050AM PFN-120 BI2

3 warren

PED 165.1F1 will meet mar. 15 - may 5 and will require two OVERNIGHT FIELD SESSIONS on Apr 10, 11 (Horse Thief Park), May 1, 2 (Lost Creek Wilderness). Call 963-1062 for more details.

35219 PED 166-1F6 Winter Wilderness Surv Skills TR 0530PM-0830PM PFN- TR1

2 wiggens

PED 166.1F6: Classroom sessions Feb 2, 4, 9, 11. TWO OVERNIGHT FIELD SESSIONS required on Feb 6, 7, 13, 14. Call 635-4741 for more details.

35220 PED 167-1F1 Basic Search and Rescue F 0100PM-0350PM PFN-POD 603 NSS

3 durham

PED 167.1F1 will meet Mar 20, Apr 3, 4 (OVERNIGHT), Apr 17. Call 339-1514 for more details.

35255 PED 224-1F1 Alpine Snow Climbing T 0900AM-1250PM PFN-POD 603 TR2

2 warren

35223 PED 227-1F6 Advanced Fly-fishing MW 0600PM-0850PM PFN-POD 603 TR3

1 willis

PED 227.1F6 includes a final flyfishing float field experience weekend trip and additional rental equipment costs (if needed). Call 502-3318 for more details.

35254 PED 252-1F1 Ice Climbing II R 0900AM-1250PM PFN-121

TR2

2 warren

PED 252.1F1 will meet feb. 25 - apr. 14 and will require an OVERNIGHT FIELD SESSION on Apr 13 & 14. Call 963-1062 for more details.

35256 PED 255-1F1 Outdoor Expedition II F 0900AM-1150AM PFN-121

NSS

3 durham

PED 255.1F1 will meet May 17 -23; 7 DAY OVERNIGHT FIELD SESSION. Call 339-1514 for more details.


CS 10 CRN

COURSE DAYS

FALCON Spring 2010 TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

PHYSICAL EDUCATION & RECREATION 35226 PER 152-1F7 Avalanche Safety TR 0530PM-0830PM PFN-

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

BLDG/RM

CR TERM INSTRUCTOR

SOCIAL WORK NSS

1 wiggens

PER 152.1F7: Classroom sessions Feb 23, 25. Field sessions Feb 27 at 8:30-4:30 PM (not including travel time) at hoosier pass and Feb 28 at 8:30-4:30 PM (not including travel time) at st. mary’s glacier. Call 6354741 for more details.

35228 PER 154-1F6 Level II Avalanche Seminar TR 0530PM-0830PM PFN- TR1

2 wiggens

PER 154.1F6: Classroom sessions Jan 19, 21, 26, 28. Field sessions required Jan 23 at 8:30-4:30 PM at Hoosier Pass (not including travel time), Jan 24 at 8:30-4:30 PM at St. Mary’s Glacier (not including travel time), Jan 30 at 8:30-4:30 PM at Loveland Pass (not including travel time), Jan 31at 8:30-4:30 PM at Berthoud Pass (not including travel time). Call 635-4741 for more details.

33197 PER 168-1F1 Outdoor Equipment & Facilities T 0900AM-1050AM PFN-121 BI1

1 larish

32523 PER 252-1F1 Principles Outdoor Recreation T 1100AM-0250PM PFN-121 F15

3 larish

POLITICAL SCIENCE 35167 POS 111-1F1 American Government: SS1 3 TR 1000AM-1115AM PFN-113 F15 Lingle

PSYCHOLOGY 33658 PSY 101-1F1 General Psychology I: SS3 S 0830AM-1115AM PFN-113 MS4

3 Beers

33659 PSY 101-4H1 General Psychology I: SS3 3 F 0900AM-1015AM PFN-113 F15 Gibb Hybrid class that combines online and in-class instruction

READING 33813 REA 060-1F1 Foundations of Reading MW 1130AM-1245PM PFN-113

CRN

F15

33814 REA 090-1F1 College Preparatory Reading MW 0100PM-0215PM PFN-123 F15

3 STAFF 3 STAFF

33701 SWK 100-VC4 Introduction to Social Work S 1030AM-1145AM PFN-161 MS4

3 STAFF

SWK 100.VC4 is available as a hybrid videoconferencing class at Centennial Campus, Rampart Range Campus, The Downtown Studio Campus, and Falcon Campus

SOCIOLOGY 33654 SOC 101-1F6 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 3 TR 0700PM-0815PM PFN-127 F15 White

SPANISH 33815 SPA 111-1F6 Spanish Language I TR 0530PM-0750PM PFN-122

F15

5 STAFF


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A Servicemembers Opportunity College ★ FORT CARSON ★ PETERSON AFB ★ SCHRIEVER AFB ★ USAF ACADEMY


FAST FORWARD YOUR CAREER Mobilize Your Education! Take your college credits with you, wherever you go! PPCC general education credits will transfer to other colleges and universities all over the country. In fact, PPCC has special transfer agreements in place with numerous colleges and universities nationwide, including the University of Maryland University College. UMUC is an accredited, global university with most degrees and certificates available online. Find out more! Call the PPCC military programs office at 502-4100.

You Don’t Have To Go Far To Get Ahead. As a matter of fact, we’re right here in your own back yard. If you are in the military, you know that a college education is the best way to advance your career. And PPCC is the perfect place to make that happen! Pikes Peak Community College offers all the general education courses you need, such as math, English, science, history, and more at times that are convenient to where you live, your schedule and your life. There’s also career training in just about every program you can think of. So check out PPCC today. Stop by our offices in the Education Center at Fort Carson or Peterson AFB for more information, or call 502-4100.

Find out more at ppcc.edu/military Toll Free 1-888-mil-prog (645-7764)

On The Move . . . Hectic Schedule? Distance Education courses let you go to class any time, from anywhere. With online courses, you can study on any computer connected to the Internet, and work at your own pace. You can even communicate in the “virtual classroom” with your instructor, participate in threaded discussions with your classmates, turn in your assignments, and take exams – all online. Find out more about online classes at PPCC.EDU, or call 502-4100. Alternative Delivery courses offer flexibility in scheduling and location. Pikes Peak Community College offers a variety of learning options for students who want or need alternatives to traditional campus classes. These include hybrid courses, which combine fewer on-campus class sessions with Internet-based coursework. We also offer a variety of other choices, including interactive television, videoconference, openentry open-exit and weekend college courses that allow you to complete your degree on your own terms. Go to ppcc.edu and choose Prospective Student or Current Student, then click on Distance Learning to review the many opportunities available to you for learning from home, from work, or from anywhere.


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Six Easy Steps to a Successful Registration! 1. Apply for Admission and the College Opportunity Fund

Complete an Application for Admission form online at www.ppcc. edu/military. Your application must be on file before taking the placement test and registering for classes. There is no application fee. You must apply for the College Opportunity Fund (COF) by clicking on the COF button at the bottom of the PPCC home page. If you do not have a Colorado Driver’s License, you must complete a paper application, available at all locations. Military Tuition Assistance will not cover the COF portion of your tuition – if you fail to register for COF, the difference will be your responsibility to pay out of pocket. For additional information visit cofweb.cslp.org/cofapp/.

2. Placement

Take the basic skills placement test. This helps you and your advisor know where your college education should start. If you have ACT or SAT scores or have taken previous college classes, you might not need a placement test. Contact your local PPCC office for more information.

3. Advising

6. Textbooks

Textbooks may be purchased through the campus bookstore or by going online at www.ppccbookstore.com. Students may request delivery to any military base location, and students who are stationed overseas must order well in advance due to extended APO/FPO delivery times. Questions? Please contact the bookstore at 719-502-2665 or visit www.ppccbookstore.com.n

Dependent and Civilian Students

• Dependent and civilian students are welcome to attend classes at Fort Carson on a space available basis. Active duty military personnel have priority seating. Peterson AFB classes are available to active duty personnel and on a space available basis to DoD personnel, dependents, National Guard, Reservists and retirees only. • Civilian students can enter Fort Carson at Gate 1, off of Highway 115 to obtain a day pass. You will be required to show proof of insurance, vehicle registration and your driver’s license. At the time of class registration, please inform the PPCC office staff that you will need a letter of authorization for a temporary long term vehicle pass. The staff will be able to answer any questions you may have.

Credit for Prior Learning

Students can be awarded credit hours for prior learning towards a degree program through a combination of the following:

Student advising is available at all PPCC locations. Active duty military are highly encouraged to visit their base/post Education Center to speak with a military counselor prior to registration. Pikes Peak Community College has an Academic, Career and Transition Advisor available at Ft. Carson. Please call 719-5024050 to set up an appointment.

• Credit awarded for military experience and training • Portfolio Assessment • Standardized Testing (CLEP, DANTES, and/or Excelsior) • College transfer credit

4. Financial Aid

Estimated Tuition (Tuition & Fees subject to change)

Students are encouraged to apply for financial aid by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). This application is available online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Please allow four to six weeks for processing.

5. Registration and Tuition Assistance

Non-resident active duty military and their family members must obtain a signed Tuition Classification Certification Form (“Green Form”) from their servicing education office every semester. This form must be turned into the PPCC office located in the same building no later than the term drop date. For additional information specific to military members and families, go to www.ppcc.edu/military. You can register for military site courses (classes strictly taught on base/post) at our Education Center offices. Active Duty Army personnel who are eligible to receive tuition assistance (TA) must first apply to PPCC by completing an Application for Admission online at www.ppcc.edu. You may then register for courses at any of the PPCC military site offices. The registration process is completed by going to the GoArmyEd portal to apply for TA. Questions? Visit the GoArmyEd portal or contact the Fort Carson education office at 719-526-4121.

To schedule an appointment with the Military Academic Evaluator, please call 719-502-4200.

• Resident tuition is $88.30 per credit hour. • Resident tuition for internet courses is $156.10 per credit hour. • No student fees apply to classes taken on base/post. • Payment may be made by check, money order, VISA, MasterCard or Discover in person at our military locations, on campus or online. We cannot accept cash at our military base locations. • A $20 service charge will be attached to all returned checks. • Non-military spouses of active duty personnel may be eligible for reduced tuition on classroom courses at a one for one credit hour rate. • A special tuition rate may apply for recently retired/ separated military personnel and newly assigned DoD civilian employees and their immediate family members for courses taken on-base/on-post only. • Please contact a PPCC Military site office for additional information.


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Course Fees

Additional course fees may apply to on campus classes per the current campus semester schedule.

Refund Policy

Students may drop a class during the first 15 percent portion of the established term dates and receive a full refund. Students may withdraw from a class during the first 80 percent portion of the established term dates but no refund will be granted. Please see page122 for specific drop and withdrawal dates. In the event of a major national contingency operation where students are deployed or their work hours are significantly changed, the college will work with students on an individual basis to drop classes. No drop or refund will be granted to a student who fails to initiate the proper drop procedure within the published time period.

Veterans

Veterans using Education Benefits must contact the PPCC Veteran’s Affairs Office at 719-502-2060 or 2041 or e-mail va@ ppcc.edu.

USAF Academy Education Center, Community Center– Lower Level 5136 Eagle Drive, Room P-106 USAF Academy, CO 80840 719-333-3298 First Wednesday of the month............. 8 – 11 a.m. Ron Shields USAF Academy Program Manager e-mail: ron.shields@ppcc.edu

Computer Lab and Testing Services

Fort Carson Education Center, Building 1117 719-502-4200 Student Computer Lab, open Monday – Friday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Placement Testing, walk-in basis, Mondays, Tuesdays, & Thursdays: 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. CLEP Testing, alternate Wednesdays, by appointment at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.

Graduation

Peterson AFB Education Center, Building 1141, Room 112 719-502-4300 Placement Testing, walk-in basis, Mondays: 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. CLEP Testing by appointment, Tuesdays, at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m., and Thursdays 9 a.m., 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. DSST Testing by appointment, Tuesdays, 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Our Locations

USAF Academy Education Center, P-106 719-333-3298 CLEP Testing, alternate Wednesdays by appointment, 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. DSST Testing, alternate Wednesdays by appointment, 9 a.m. and 11 a.m.

To receive a certificate or degree, students must submit an application for graduation within the first four weeks of the semester in which they plan to graduate. Applications are available at all PPCC locations and at www.ppcc.edu by clicking on the “I’m graduating” button.

Fort Carson Education Center, Building 1117 Corner of Specker and Ellis, Room 118 Fort Carson, CO 80913 719-502-4200 Monday – Thursday........................ 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Friday........................................... 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. Cheri Arfsten Fort Carson Interim Director e-mail: cheri.arfsten@ppcc.edu Peterson Air Force Base Education Center, Building 1141 301 West Stewart Avenue, Room 112 Peterson AFB, CO 80914 719-502-4300 Monday – Friday ............................ 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Ron Shields Peterson AFB Program Manager e-mail: ron.shields@ppcc.edu Shriever Air Force Base Dekok Building, Building 210 210 Falcon Parkway, Room 311 (FTAC Room) Schriever AFB, CO 80912 719-567-2043 Second Monday of the month..... 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. Ron Shields Schriever AFB Program Manager e-mail: ron.shields@ppcc.edu


MILITARY TERMS I & II SPRING 2010 Spring Meeting Drop Withdraw Term Dates Date Date MI1 (Term I)

Jan 19 – Mar 13

Jan 26

Mar 2

MI2 (Term II) Mar 22 – May 15

Mar 29

May 4

MS6 (SEP I)

Jan 25 – Mar 5

Feb 1

Feb 25

MS7 (SEP II)

Mar 29 – May 7 Apr 5 Apr 29

F15

Jan 20 – May 11

Feb 4 Apr 20

BI1

Jan 20 – Mar 12

Jan 27

Mar 2

BI2

Mar 15 – May 11

Mar 29

May 3

LAT

Feb 24 – May 11

Mar 8 Apr 30

CRN

Course Days

Title Times

BLDG/RM

CS 15 Credit Term INSTRUCTOR

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE 34879 MAT 090-57A Introductory Algebra MWF 0530PM-0755PM PPA-

MI1

4 STAFF

34880 MAT 121-57A College Algebra: MA1 MWF 0530PM-0805PM PPA-

MI1

4 STAFF

POLITICAL SCIENCE FORT CARSON 34889 POS 105-56A Intro to Political Science: SS1 S 0800AM-0105PM PFC- MI1

3 STAFF

34887 POS 111-56A American Government: SS1 TR 0530PM-0805PM PFC- MI1

3 STAFF

PSYCHOLOGY FORT CARSON 34884 PSY 101-56A General Psychology I: SS3 TR 0530PM-0805PM PFC- MI1

3 Miller

SOCIOLOGY CRN

Course Days

Title Times

BLDG/RM

Credit Term INSTRUCTOR

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE 34881 SOC 101-57A Intro to Sociology I: SS3 TR 0530PM-0805PM PPA- MI1

3 Bjorkman

TERM I ANTHROPOLOGY FORT CARSON 34888 ANT 101-56A Cultural Anthropology: SS3 TR 0530PM-0805PM PFC- MI1

3 STAFF

COMMUNICATION PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE 34873 COM 115-9H5 Public Speaking W 0530PM-0800PM PPA-

MI1

3 STAFF

CRIMINAL JUSTICE FORT CARSON 34885 CRJ 110-56A Intro to Criminal Justice MW 0530PM-0825PM PFC- MI1

3 STAFF

ENGLISH FORT CARSON 34882 ENG 090-56A Basic Composition MW 0530PM-0825PM PFC-

MI1

3 STAFF

34883 ENG 121-56A English Composition I: CO1 MW 0530PM-0825PM PFC- MI1

3 STAFF

34911 ENG 122-56A English Composition II: CO2 TR 0530PM-0805PM PFC- MI1

3 STAFF

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE 34874 ENG 090-57A Basic Composition TR 0530PM-0805PM PPA-

MI1

3 STAFF

34875 ENG 121-9H5 English Composition I: CO1 M 0530PM-0820PM PPA- MI1

3 Seal

GEOGRAPHY

ART PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE 34890 ART 110-57I Art Appreciation: AH1 S 0800AM-0105PM PPA-

MI2

3 Menzer

MI2

3 STAFF

MI2

3 STAFF

MI2

3 STAFF

34900 CRJ 125-56I Law Enforcement Operations TR 0530PM-0805PM PFC- MI2

3 STAFF

34899 CRJ 230-56I Criminology MW 0530PM-0805PM PFC-

MI2

3 STAFF

MI2

3 STAFF

34902 ENG 121-56I English Composition I: CO1 MW 0530PM-0805PM PFC- MI2

3 STAFF

COMMUNICATION PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE 34892 COM 115-9H6 Public Speaking F 1100AM-0130PM PPA-

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS FORT CARSON 35304 CIS 118-56I Intro PC Applications S 0900AM-1145AM PFC-

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE 34891 CIS 118-9H6 Intro PC Applications S 0900AM-1200PM PPA-

CRIMINAL JUSTICE FORT CARSON

ENGLISH FORT CARSON

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE 34876 GEO 105-9H5 World Regional Geography: SS2 S 0900AM-1220PM PPA- MI1

3 Robran

HISTORY

34901 ENG 090-56I Basic Composition MW 0530PM-0805PM PFC-

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE 34877 HIS 201-57A US History to Reconst: HI1 TR 0530PM-0805PM PPA- MI1

3 STAFF

HUMANITIES PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE 34878 HUM 121-57A Humanities: Early Civ: AH2 S 0800AM-0105PM PPA- MI1

3 Baker

MATH FORT CARSON 34886 MAT 060-56A Pre-Algebra TR 0530PM-0805PM PFC-

TERM II

MI1

3 STAFF

34893 ENG 121-9H6 English Composition I: CO1 T 0530PM-0800PM PPA- MI2

3 STAFF

34962 ENG 122-57I English Composition II: CO2 MW 0530PM-0805PM PPA- MI2

3 Kirk

HISTORY FORT CARSON 34903 HIS 102-56I Western Civ: 1650-Present HI1 TR 0530PM-0805PM PFC- MI2

3 STAFF


CS 16 CRN

Course Days

MILITARY TERMS I & II SPRING 2010 Title Times

BLDG/RM

Cr Term INSTRUCTOR

Course Days

Title Times

BLDG/RM

Cr Term INSTRUCTOR

HYBRID

HUMANITIES FORT CARSON 34904 HUM 121-56I Humanities: Early Civ: AH2 TR 0530PM-0805PM PFC- MI2

3 Jones

LITERATURE FORT CARSON 35323 LIT 115-9N5 Intro to Literature I: AH2 MI2

3 STAFF

This course will be delivered online, and will utilize twitter, elluminate, blog and etext.

Hybrid courses combine both classroom and internet activities. Students will meet for classroom sessions at the designated Education Center as indicated in the schedule below. Lecture and face-to-face activities will take place during these sessions. The remaining assignments will be completed online. Students can access their online course work from any computer (except secure military computers) that has internet access. COMMUNICATION

MATH

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE

FORT CARSON 34964 MAT 090-56I Introductory Algebra TRF 0530PM-0750PM PFC-

CRN

MI2

4 STAFF

MI2

3 STAFF

MI2

4 STAFF

34905 PHI 111-56I Intro to Philosophy: AH3 MW 0530PM-0805PM PFC- MI2

3 STAFF

34873 COM 115-9H5 Public Speaking W 0530PM-0800PM PPA-

MI1

3 STAFF

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE 34895 MAT 060-57I Pre-Algebra TR 0530PM-0805PM PPA- 34963 MAT 099-57I Intermediate Algebra MWF 0530PM-0750PM PPA-

PHILOSOPHY FORT CARSON

LATE START COURSES

Ten week late start classes are offered for USAFA personnel desiring an accelerated format. They are also open to students who could not meet the full term registration deadlines. Late start classes begin five weeks into the traditional semester and last ten weeks. CRN

POLITICAL SCIENCE PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE 34897 POS 105-9H6 Intro to Political Science:SS1 R 0530PM-0800PM PPA- MI2

3 STAFF

PSYCHOLOGY 34906 PSY 102-56I General Psychology II: SS3 TR 0530PM-0805PM PFC- MI2

3 Miller

PETERSON AIR FORCE BASE 34898 PSY 101-57I General Psychology I: SS3 MW 0530PM-0805PM PPA- MI2

3 Miller

SPANISH

BLDG/RM

Cr Term INSTRUCTOR

COMMUNICATION FORT CARSON 3 STAFF

ENGLISH FORT CARSON 34865 ENG 090-56B Basic Composition TR 0700PM-0850PM PFC- LAT

3 STAFF

34866 ENG 121-56B English Composition I: CO1 MW 0500PM-0650PM PFC- LAT

3 STAFF

HISTORY

FORT CARSON MI2

5 STAFF

This course will be delivered online, and will utilize twitter, elluminate, blog and etext.

FORT CARSON 34867 HIS 201-56B US History to Reconst: HI1 MW 0700PM-0850PM PFC- LAT

3 STAFF

LITERATURE

SEP I

FORT CARSON 34864 LIT 115-56B Intro to Literature I: AH2 TR 0500PM-0650PM PFC- LAT

ENGLISH FORT CARSON 34869 ENG 090-56C Basic Composition MTWR 1130AM-0100PM PFC-

Title Times

34868 COM 115-56B Public Speaking MW 0700PM-0850PM PFC- LAT

FORT CARSON

35324 SPA 111-9N5 Spanish Language I

Course Days

MS6

3 STAFF

34870 HIS 101-56C Western Civ: Antiquity-1650 HI1 MTWR 1130AM-0100PM PFC- MS6

3 STAFF

HISTORY FORT CARSON

SEP II ECONOMICS FORT CARSON 34872 ECO 201-56K Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1 MTWR 1130AM-0100PM PFC- MS7

3 Kirk

ENGLISH FORT CARSON 34871 ENG 121-56K English Composition I: CO1 MTWR 1130AM-0100PM PFC- MS7

3 STAFF

3 STAFF

MATH FORT CARSON 34863 MAT 099-56B Intermediate Algebra MW 0500PM-0750PM PFC- LAT

4 STAFF


MILITARY TERMS I & II SPRING 2010 CRN

ppccConnect Online Courses

34639 BTE 100-9N1 Computer Keyboarding

Students can access these classes from any computer connected to the internet. Students will receive assignments, participate in threaded discussions, turn in assignments, and take examinations online. In most cases, no trips to campus are required. Most instructors establish due dates for assignments and examinations, but within those time frames students work at their own pace, with no specific times to be online. For more information please contact our Peterson AFB office at 719-5024300. Full Term Online classes pg. CS 17

1 F15 rodie

34640 BTE 166-9N1 Business Editing Skills

3 F15 rodie

COMMUNICATION 34667 COM 225-9N1 Organizational Communication F15

3 STAFF

COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING 34654 CAD 225-9N1 Architectural Desktop/Autodesk F15

3 wilson

3 F15 Wilson

34657 CIS 115-9N1 Intro to Computer Info Sys 3 F15 ohle

Term I Online classes pg. CS 20

32822 CIS 118-9N1 Intro PC Applications

Late Start Online classes pg. CS 20 Cr Term INSTRUCTOR

3 F15 meiklejohn

34659 CIS 124-9N1 Intro to Operating Systems F15

3 deherrera

34663 CIS 135-9N1 Complete PC Word Processing 3 F15 rodie 30488 CIS 145-9N1 Complete PC Database

FULL TERM ONLINE CLASSES

3 F15 riddle

34665 CIS 155-9N1 PC Spreadsheet Concepts 3 F15 ohle

classes run January 20 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; May 11

34666 CIS 267-9N1 Mgmt of Information Systems 3 F15 ohle

ACCOUNTING 32817 ACC 121-9N1 Accounting Principles I F15

4 McElderry

33242 ACC 122-9N1 Accounting Principles II 4 F15 Howard

ANTHROPOLOGY 34635 ANT 101-9N1 Cultural Anthropology: SS3 3 F15 kim 34636 ANT 215-9N1 Indians of North America: SS3 3 F15 foulks 34908 ANT 221-9N1 Exploring Other Cultures I 3 F15 kim Contemporary Japanese Culture. Online Course

COMPUTER & NETWORKING TECHNOLOGY 33916 CNG 101-9N1 Intro to Networking

F15

3 walters

F15

3 Simpson

COMPUTER SCIENCE 32823 CSC 105-9N1 Computer Literacy

33917 CSC 120-9N1 Prob Solving (software pkg) 3 F15 ohle

COMPUTER WEB-BASED 34720 CWB 110-9N1 Cmplt Web Author: (Language) F15

3 deherrera

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

ART F15

3 Conrad

34637 ART 113-9N1 History of Photography F15

3 Mekeel

BIOLOGY 34638 BIO 216-9N1 Pathophysiology

32819 BTE 108-9N1 Ten-Key by Touch

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Second Bisemester Online classes pg. CS 19

32818 ART 110-9N1 Art Appreciation: AH1

1 F15 rodie

33243 BTE 102-9N1 Keyboarding Applications I 2 F15 bailey

34655 CAD 259-9N1 Advanced Solidworks

First Bisemester Online classes pg. CS 19

Course Title

Cr Term INSTRUCTOR

BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION

PPCC Internet-Based Classes

CRN

Course Title

CS 17

34669 CRJ 125-9N1 Law Enforcement Operations F15 34670 CRJ 145-9N1 Correctional Process

F15

34671 CRJ 146-9N1 Community Based Corrections F15 34672 CRJ 209-9N1 Criminal Investigation I

3 Engel 3 Thorsen 3 Thorsen 3 Engel

F15

4 STAFF

32820 BUS 115-9N1 Introduction to Business F15

3 Bowle

34716 CRJ 216-9N1 Juvenile Law & Procedures F15

3 Engel

34643 BUS 203-9N1 Intro to Internatl Business F15

3 Meyer

34717 CRJ 219-9N1 Police Intelligence

2 Engel

32821 BUS 216-9N1 Legal Environment of Business F15

3 Natali

34719 CRJ 255-9N1 Organ Mgmt/Correctional Instit F15

33244 BUS 217-9N1 Bus Communication/Rept Write F15

3 Taggart

BUSINESS

34644 BUS 226-9N1 Business Statistics

F15

3 Meyer

F15

34715 CRJ 215-9N1 Constitutional Rights Inmates F15

F15

3 Thorsen

3 Thorsen

EDUCATION 34721 EDU 221-9N1 Introduction to Education F15

3 STAFF

34722 EDU 260-9N1 Adult Learning and Teaching F15

3 STAFF


CS 18 CRN

MILITARY TERMS I & II SPRING 2010

Course Title

Cr Term INSTRUCTOR

ENGLISH 31371 ENG 090-9N1 Basic Composition

3 F15 Giddings

31479 ENG 121-9N1 English Composition I: CO1 F15

3 Miller

31525 ENG 122-9N1 English Composition II: CO2 3 F15 Aggen 31539 ENG 131-9N1 Technical Writing I

3 F15 Aggen

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 34813 ENV 101-9N1 Environmental Science: SC1 F15

4 STAFF

FINANCE 33245 FIN 106-9N1 Consumer Economics

F15

3 Meyer

33918 FIN 201-9N1 Principles of Finance

F15

3 Bowles

GEOGRAPHY 32824 GEO 105-9N1 World Regional Geography: SS2 3 F15 kopteva

GEOLOGY 34826 GEY 135-9N1 Environmental Geology F15

3 STAFF

HEALTH PROFESSIONAL 34832 HPR 108-9N1 Dietary Nutrition 32826 HPR 178-9N1 Medical Terminology

F15

1 STAFF

F15

2 STAFF

34833 HPR 208-9N1 Advanced Medical Terminology F15

2 STAFF

HISTORY 34827 HIS 101-9N1 Western Civ:Antiquity-1650 HI1 F15

3 STAFF

34828 HIS 102-9N1 Western Civ: 1650-Present HI1 F15

3 STAFF

34829 HIS 111-9N1 The World: Antiquity-1500: HI1 F15

3 Spencer

34830 HIS 112-9N1 The World: 1500-Present: HI1 F15

3 Spencer

32825 HIS 201-9N1 US History to Reconst: HI1 F15

3 STAFF

34831 HIS 202-9N1 US History since Civil War:HI1 F15

3 STAFF

HUMANITIES

CRN

Course Title

Cr Term INSTRUCTOR

33919 MAN 200-9N1 Human Resource Management I F15

3 Thirion

33920 MAN 216-9N1 Small Business Management F15

3 Bowles

32828 MAN 226-9N1 Principles of Management F15

3 Taggart

MARKETING 34840 MAR 111-9N1 Principles of Sales

3 F15 Gray

33921 MAR 216-9N1 Principles of Marketing F15

3 Meyer

33922 MAR 240-9N1 International Marketing F15

3 Meyer

34841 MAR 249-9N1 Strategic Marketing

F15

3 Thirion

34842 MAT 060-9N1 Pre-Algebra

F15

3 Stewart

32829 MAT 090-9N1 Introductory Algebra

F15

4 Krzemien

34023 MAT 099-9N1 Intermediate Algebra

F15

4 Stewart

MATH

34843 MAT 103-9N1 Math for Clinical Calculations F15

3 STAFF

33923 MAT 107-9N1 Career Math

F15

3 Krzemien

34844 MAT 121-9N1 College Algebra: MA1

4 F15 mahan

MULTIMEDIA GRAPHIC DESIGN 34845 MGD 102-9N1 Introduction To Multimedia F15

3 STAFF

34846 MGD 112-9N1 Adobe Illustrator I

F15

3 STAFF

34847 MGD 141-9N1 Web Design I

F15

3 STAFF

34848 MGD 143-9N1 Motion Graphic Design I: Softwr F15

3 STAFF

MUSIC 33924 MUS 120-9N1 Music Appreciation: AH1

F15

3 Malone

34849 PHI 111-9N1 Intro to Philosophy: AH3 F15

3 STAFF

PHILOSOPHY 33883 PHI 112-9N1 Ethics: AH3

3 F15 McCluggage

32836 HUM 121-9N1 Humanities: Early Civ: AH2 F15

3 Maxon

33884 PHI 113-9N1 Logic: AH3

F15

3 STAFF

33246 HUM 122-9N1 Humanities: Medievalâ&#x20AC;&#x201C;Mod: AH2 F15

Maxon

34850 PHI 114-9N1 Comparative Religions: AH3 F15

3 STAFF

JOURNALISM 34834 JOU 105-9N1 Introduction to Mass Media: SS3 F15

3 Slavitz

LITERATURE 32827 LIT 115-9N1 Intro to Literature I: AH2 3 F15 Schoolcraft 34835 LIT 201-9N1 Masterpieces of Lit I: AH2 F15

3 Finch

MANAGEMENT

PHOTOGRAPHY 34851 PHO 226-9N1 Digital Workflow Mgmt

F15

3 Mondragon

POLITICAL SCIENCE 34854 POS 111-9N1 American Government: SS1 3 F15 buchanan

PSYCHOLOGY 32830 PSY 101-9N1 General Psychology I: SS3 F15

3 Kamilar

34836 MAN 116-9N1 Principles of Supervision F15

3 Taggart

32831 PSY 102-9N1 General Psychology II: SS3 F15

3 Kamilar

34837 MAN 117-9N1 Time Management

F15

1 Sonntag

34859 PSY 112-9N1 Psychology of Adjustment F15

3 Cooley

34838 MAN 125-9N1 Team Building

F15

1 Sonntag

32832 PSY 235-9N1 Human Growth & Developmnt: SS3 F15

34839 MAN 128-9N1 Human Relation-Organizations F15

3 Thirion

32833 PSY 238-9N1 Child Development: SS3

3 Routh

3 F15 Licht


MILITARY TERMS I & II SPRING 2010 CRN

Course Title

Cr Term INSTRUCTOR

SOCIOLOGY

CRN

Course Title

CS 19 Cr Term INSTRUCTOR

MATH

32834 SOC 101-9N1 Intro to Sociology I: SS3 F15

3 Swanson

34916 MAT 060-9N4 Pre-Algebra

BI1

3 STAFF

34860 SOC 102-9N1 Intro to Sociology II: SS3 F15

3 Swanson

35065 MAT 090-9N4 Introductory Algebra

BI1

4 STAFF

34917 MAT 099-9N4 Intermediate Algebra

BI1

4 Novack

SPANISH 31081 SPA 111-9N1 Spanish Language I

F15

5 Sustarsic

34852 PHT 115-9N4 Pharm GI/Renal/Repro/Imm/Derma BI1

FIRST BISEMESTER online classes

3 STAFF

PSYCHOLOGY 34918 PSY 101-9N4 General Psychology I: SS3 3 BI1 Hull

PUBLIC SECURITY MANAGEMENT

classes run January 20 – March 12

34855 PSM 130-9N4 Homeland Security Law

ANTHROPOLOGY 34912 ANT 101-9N4 Cultural Anthropology: SS3 3 BI1 foulks

CRIMINAL JUSTICE 34914 CRJ 110-9N4 Intro to Criminal Justice BI1

3 Morris

35276 CRJ 205-9N4 Principles of Criminal Law BI1

3 Merson

35278 CRJ 208-9N4 Criminal Evidence

BI1

3 Merson

35280 CRJ 210-9N4 Constitutional Law

BI1

3 Morris

35284 CRJ 230-9N4 Criminology

BI1

3 Morris

BI1

3 STAFF

33965 EMP 106-9N4 Exercise Design Evaluation BI1

3 STAFF

34724 EMP 107-9N4 Emerg Op Center & Comm BI1

3 STAFF

34726 EMP 240-9N4 Leadership and Influence BI1

3 STAFF

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT & PLANNING 34723 EMP 101-9N4 Emergency Management

PHARMACY TECHNICIAN

FIRE SCIENCE 34814 FST 102-9N4 Principles/Emergency Services BI1

3 STAFF

34815 FST 103-9N4 Occ Safety & Health for Fire BI1

3 STAFF

34816 FST 104-9N4 Fire Protection Systems BI1

3 STAFF

34817 FST 105-9N4 Building Const for Fire Prof BI1

3 STAFF

34818 FST 106-9N4 Fire Prevention

3 STAFF

BI1

33978 PSM 132-9N4 Homeland: Forecast Terrorism BI1

3 STAFF

34856 PSM 133-9N4 Hmld Security:Chem/Bio Defense BI1

3 STAFF

34857 PSM 135-9N4 Criticl Infrastructure Protect BI1

1 STAFF

34858 PSM 200-9N4 NIM Syst/Interagency Operation BI1

3 STAFF

SECOND BISEMESTER online classes classes run March 15 – May 11 ANTHROPOLOGY 34919 ANT 101-9N5 Cultural Anthropology: SS3 3 BI2 burkhard

COMMUNICATION 34920 COM 115-9N5 Public Speaking

3 BI2 plush

CRIMINAL JUSTICE 35275 CRJ 110-9N5 Intro to Criminal Justice BI2

3 Morris

35277 CRJ 205-9N5 Principles of Criminal Law BI2

3 Merson

35279 CRJ 208-9N5 Criminal Evidence

BI2

3 Merson

35281 CRJ 210-9N5 Constitutional Law

BI2

3 Morris

35283 CRJ 220-9N5 Human Rel/Social Conflict BI2

3 Morris

35285 CRJ 230-9N5 Criminology

BI2

3 Morris

35298 CRJ 249-9N5 Penology

BI2

3 Morris

BI1

3 STAFF

33972 FST 107-9N4 HazMat Operations (Level I) BI1

3 STAFF

34819 FST 150-9N4 Fire Prevention Education BI1

3 STAFF

33973 FST 201-9N4 Instructional Methodology BI1

3 STAFF

33964 EMP 101-9N5 Emergency Management

BI2

3 STAFF

34820 FST 202-9N4 Strategy & Tactics

3 STAFF

33966 EMP 106-9N5 Exercise Design Evaluation BI2

3 STAFF

34821 FST 204-9N4 Principles of Code Enforcement BI1

3 STAFF

33967 EMP 107-9N5 Emerg Op Center & Comm BI2

3 STAFF

34822 FST 205-9N4 Fire Investigation I

BI1

3 STAFF

33968 EMP 240-9N5 Leadership & Influence

3 STAFF

34823 FST 206-9N4 Fire Co Superv & Leadership BI1

3 STAFF

FIRE SCIENCE

34824 FST 250-9N4 Chemistry for Fire Protection BI1

3 STAFF

34825 FST 259-9N4 Wildland Firefighting Tactics BI1

3 STAFF

BI1

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT & PLANNING

BI2

32837 FST 102-9N5 Principles/Emergency Services BI2

3 STAFF

33969 FST 103-9N5 Occ Safety & Health for Fire BI2

3 STAFF


CS 20 CRN

MILITARY TERMS I & II SPRING 2010

Course Title

Cr Term INSTRUCTOR

CRN

Course Title

Cr Term INSTRUCTOR

33970 FST 104-9N5 Fire Protection Systems BI2

3 STAFF

TERM I Online Classes

33971 FST 105-9N5 Building Const for Fire Prof BI2

3 STAFF

classes run January 29 – March 13

32838 FST 106-9N5 Fire Prevention

BI2

3 STAFF

LITERATURE

32839 FST 107-9N5 HazMat Operations (Level I) BI2

3 STAFF

32840 FST 150-9N5 Fire Prevention Education BI2

3 STAFF

32841 FST 201-9N5 Instructional Methodology BI2

3 STAFF

33974 FST 202-9N5 Strategy & Tactics

3 STAFF

BI2

33975 FST 204-9N5 Principles of Code Enforcement BI2

3 STAFF

33976 FST 205-9N5 Fire Investigation I

BI2

3 STAFF

32842 FST 206-9N5 Fire Co Superv & Leadership BI2

3 STAFF

32843 FST 250-9N5 Chemistry for Fire Protection BI2

3 STAFF

32844 FST 259-9N5 Wildland Firefighting Tactics BI2

3 STAFF

35323 LIT 115-9N5 Intro to Literature I: AH2 3 MI2 Schoolcraft This course will be delivered online, and will utilize twitter, elluminate, blog and etext.

SPANISH 35324 SPA 111-9N5 Spanish Language I

MI2

5 Sustarsic

This course will be delivered online, and will utilize twitter, elluminate, blog and etext.

LATE START Online Classes classes run February 24 – May 11

34922 MAT 090-9N5 Introductory Algebra

BI2

4 STAFF

Ten week late start classes are offered for USAFA personnel desiring an accelerated format. They are also open to students who could not meet the full term registration deadlines. Late start classes begin five weeks into the traditional semester and last ten weeks.

34923 MAT 107-9N5 Career Math

BI2

3 STAFF

BUSINESS

35064 MAT 120-9N5 Math for Liberal Arts: MA1 BI2

4 STAFF

34924 MAT 121-9N5 College Algebra: MA1

4 STAFF

MATH

BI2

PHARMACY TECHNICIAN 34853 PHT 118-9N5 Pharm Nerv/Endo/Musculoskelet BI2

3 STAFF

PHILOSOPHY

3 STAFF

ENGLISH 35302 ENG 090-9N3 Basic Composition LAT

3 giddings

ENG 090.9N3 is a 10 week late start class running Feb. 24 - May 11

34385 ENG 121-9N3 English Composition I: CO1 3 LAT miller ENG 121.9N3 is a 10-week late start class running Feb 24-May 11

34925 PHI 111-9N5 Intro to Philosophy: AH3 BI2

3 STAFF

PSYCHOLOGY 34926 PSY 102-9N5 General Psychology II: SS3 3 BI2 Hull

PUBLIC SECURITY MANAGEMENT 33977 PSM 130-9N5 Homeland Security Law

35322 BUS 115-9N3 Introduction to Business LAT

BI2

3 STAFF

33979 PSM 132-9N5 Homeland: Forecast Terrorism BI2

3 STAFF

33980 PSM 133-9N5 Hmld Security: Chem/Bio Defense BI2

3 STAFF

33981 PSM 135-9N5 Criticl Infrastructure Protect BI2

1 STAFF

33982 PSM 200-9N5 NIM Syst/Interagency Operation BI2

3 STAFF

GEOGRAPHY 34910 GEO 111-9N3 Physical Geography: Landfms SC1 4 LAT kopteva GEO 111.9N3 is a late start class running Feb. 24 - May 11

GEOLOGY 35183 GEY 111-9N3 Physical Geology: SC1 LAT

4 STAFf

GEY 111.9N3 is a late start class running Feb. 24 - May 11

HISTORY 33247 HIS 101-9N3 Western Civ: Antiquity-1650: HI1 LAT

3 STAFF

32835 HIS 201-9N3 US History to Reconst: HI1 LAT

3 STAFF


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The earlier you qualify for financial

aid, the more options you have when it comes time to register. Which means if you apply now, instead of later, there’s a good chance you’ll get more than you bargained for. Applications are currently available for...Scholarships...Grants...Student Loans...Student Employment.

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3 MONTHS THAT COULD CHANGE YOUR LIFE Here’s a handy timeline that makes getting into college easy 3 MONTHS BEFORE CLASSES BEGIN • Apply for Admission to PPCC Apply online at www.ppcc.edu – it’s FREE! At the end of your online application, you’ll get a confirmation letter. Make sure to write down your Student ID Number – you’ll need it. If you are a Colorado resident, make sure it has you listed as in-state for tuition purposes. * Are you Active Duty Military or a dependent? If so, pick up a Green Form (Tuition Classification Form) at your military education center and submit it to the college each semester. You’ll get in-state tuition and save big bucks! • Apply for the College Opportunity Fund (COF) Stipend If you’re a Colorado resident, you save even more - the state of Colorado pays a stipend of $68 per credit hour toward your tuition. But you have to apply! It’s easy, and it takes about 4 minutes. Get your Colorado Driver’s License or Colorado ID ready for reference, then go to www.ppcc.edu and click on the COF icon. You’ll be glad you did. *Are you Active Duty Military or a dependent? Even if your official residence is outside Colorado, you may be eligible for the COF tuition stipend! Download the COF application, complete, sign, and submit it to Enrollment Services with a copy of your Military ID. • Apply for Financial Aid One application is all you need! Apply online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Have your latest Federal Income Tax Return handy, or your parents’ tax return, if you’re listed as a dependent. You’ll need it to complete the application. One out of every three applications is selected for verification. Make certain that you read all the letters you receive from PPCC and submit all required documents immediately! If you don’t follow through, it could hold up your financial aid. Won’t it be nice to have your financial aid in place when classes begin? If you’re applying for a student loan, don’t make these common mistakes! You won’t get your loan if you don’t complete the Entrance Loan Counseling Session at www. MappingYourFuture.org, fill out and submit your Federal Student Loan Acceptance Form (LNDF) to your lender, and sign your Master Promissory Note at www.elmselect. com. • Send us your transcripts If you have attended another college or university, contact them directly and order an official transcript to be sent to the PPCC Enrollment Services Center. We’ll look at it for possible credit toward your PPCC degree or certificate. Have them send you a copy too – it will come in handy when you talk to your advisor, and it may give you a pass on the placement assessment process.

2 MONTHS BEFORE CLASSES BEGIN • Take the Placement Assessment The Placement Assessment measures your skills in Math, Reading, and English. The results will assure that you are ready to succeed in the classes you enroll in. It’s just a guidepost - you can’t fail! Plus, it’s free, and it only takes about an hour and a half to complete. Have your S# (student user ID number) and your driver’s license or other photo ID ready. You’ll get your scores right away, so you’ll be good to go. *If you’ve got transcripts from another college, or if your recent ACT or SAT test scores are high enough, you may not have to take the Placement Assessment. Just check with the Testing Center to make sure.

• Meet Your Academic Advisor Go to Career Planning & Advising. They’ll talk to you about your school and career goals, assign you a permanent academic advisor, and help you choose the right classes. Be sure to take your Assessment scores, ACT or SAT scores, and other college transcripts with you. If you don’t already have them, pick up a current catalog, class schedule, and “Nobody Told Me Book” student guide. • Orientation Do the New Student Orientation online at www.ppcc.edu. If you are seeking an AA or AS degree, Orientation is mandatory, and you won’t be able to register for your classes until you complete it. Plus, it’s a valuable introduction to everything you need to know to succeed in college. You’ll find out about all the services and resources PPCC has available for you. • Register for Classes Register early to get the best selection of classes. Go to www.ppcc.edu to register online. You’ll need your S# (Student I.D. number) and PIN. Make sure to authorize your COF stipend when you register for classes for each semester. If you change or add any classes later, you’ll need to authorize COF again for each new class. If you don’t authorize it, you won’t get the stipend, and that would be a bummer.

1 MONTH BEFORE CLASSES BEGIN • Double-check your Financial Aid status Have you been approved? You can find out online at www.ppcc.edu. It will tell you if there are more Financial Aid documents needed to process your Financial Aid. If so, get them to the Enrollment Services Center immediately! No, don’t wait – do it now! If you’re applying for a student loan, make sure you have completed all the necessary steps in the process with your lender. • Verify your Class Schedule Are you registered in the courses you wanted, at the right place and time? Find out online at www.ppcc.edu. • Check your Bill If you’re a Colorado resident, make sure you are listed as in-state. Make sure that the COF stipend has been authorized and applied to your bill for each class. Yep, you got it – do that online at www.ppcc.edu. If there’s something on your bill that you don’t understand, call right away to clear it up.

NOW YOU’RE READY FOR CLASS You’re officially a student. Now’s the fun part! Get your books, pose for your student ID (say “cheese!”), sign up for clubs or athletics and browse through the Library. Don’t forget to check out your free PPCC email account – you’ll get official bulletins from the college about important dates, special opportunities, and events, and you can chat with your instructors and classmates, too.

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