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Spring 2017

SCHEDULE OF CLASSES

REGISTER NOW! Spring 2017 registration begins Nov. 7, 2016 Spring 2017 classes begin January 17, 2017

Register online at: www.ccaurora.edu


Table of Contents Accessibility Services ........................................ 6 Academic Advising ........................................... 2 Apply for Admission .......................................... 2 Assessment of Basic Skills ......................... 2 & 6 Books & Supplies ............................................... 2 Cancellation of Classes .................................... 6 Career Services ................................................ 6 Change of Address or Name ............................. 6 College Opportunity Fund (COF) ................. 2 & 4 Computer Access Center ................................... 6 Debit Card ................................................... 2 & 3 Degrees & Certificates ..................................... 6

CCA LOCATIONS

Disability Accommodations .............................. 6 Disbursement of Financial Aid ......................... 3 English Language Proficiency .......................... 6 FACTS Payment Plan ........................................ 3 Fees ............................................................ 5 & 4 Financial Aid ............................................. 2 & 3 Financial Obligation .......................................... 3 Grade Reports .................................................. 7 Graduation Applications .................................. 7 High School Enrollment .................................... 7 Higher One Refund Process ............................... 3 Important Dates ................................................ 1

CENTRETECH CAMPUS (CTC) 16000 E. CentreTech Parkway, Aurora, CO 80011-9036 303-360-4700

International Students ..................................... 7 Learning Resource Center ................................ 7 Library .............................................................. 7 Military/Veteran Benefits ................................. 7 New Student Orientation ............................ 1 & 7 Payment ......................................................... 2-3 Refund Policy ................................................... 3 Registration ....................................................... 2 Registration Worksheet ................................... 8 Scholarships ..................................................... 4 Smoking Policy ................................................. 7 Student Conduct, Intervention & Retention ..... 7

Student ID Cards ............................................... 2 Student E-mail .................................................. 2 Student Life & SGA ............................................ 7 Student Success Center ................................... 7 Testing Center ............................................. 7 & 6 Tobacco Free Campus ...................................... 7 Tuition .............................................................. 4 Waitlists ............................................................ 4 Weather & Emergency Closures ....................... 7 Withdrawal ........................................................ 1

LOWRY CAMPUS (LC) 710 Alton Way, Denver, CO 80230 303-340-7093

FAX

www.ccaurora.edu

Departments

Office

Phone

Academic Support (Tutoring) Lab

Office Hours

Email

CTC C109

303-340-7536

See website for hours

patti.molai@ccaurora.edu

Accessibility Services

CTC S202A

303-340-7548

303-340-7551

8am-4pm M-Th, Appointments recommended 9am-5pm F

Admissions, Registration and Records

CTC A102

303 360-4797

303-361-7432

www.ccaurora.edu/hours

admissions@ccaurora.edu

Advising

CTC A102

303-360-4797

303-361-7432

www.ccaurora.edu/hours

onlineadvisor@ccaurora.edu

Assessment Testing

CTC A205

303 360-4948

www.ccaurora.edu/hours

testing@ccaurora.edu

Bookstore

CTC S107

303-360-6336

9am-6pm M-Th, 9am-2pm F

ccaurorashop.com

Career Services

careerservices.cca@ccaurora.edu

aso.cca@ccaurora.edu

CTC A106

303-360-4914

303-361-7432

By appointment

Cashier’s Office/FACTS 3rd Party and Collection Student Line

CTC A204

303-360-4757 / 303-360-4759 303-340-7709 / 303-340-4759 303-360-4827

303-360-4761 303-360-4761 303-360-4761

8am-6pm M-Th, 8am-5pm F

Center for Outreach & Recruitment

CTC A100

303-340-7522

303-360-4791

Appointments suggested

recruiting.careers@ccaurora.edu

Computer Access Center

CTC S202A

303-360-4781

303-340-7533

8am-4pm M-F, Appointments recommended

aso.cca@ccaurora.edu

Financial Aid

CTC A103

303-360-4709

303-361-7401

www.ccaurora.edu/hours

financialaid@ccaurora.edu

Military/Veteran Services

CTC A105

303-360-4768

303-361-7432

8am-5pm M-F

veteransadvisor@ccaurora.edu

Learning Resource Center

CTC S202

303-360-4736

303-340-7543

7:30am-8pm M-Th, 7:30am-5pm F, 9am-1pm S

learning@ccaurora.edu

Lowry Student Services

LC WEST QUAD 119

303-340-7093

303-340-7094

www.ccaurora.edu/hours

Office of Student Conduct, Intervention & Retention

CTC A102G

303-340-7524

Student Life

LC WEST QUAD 110

303-340-7525

Testing Center (Instructor)

CTC S202

Transcript Requests & Info

CTC A103

9am-6pm M-Th, 8am-5pm F

7:30am-4pm

angela.tiedeman@ccaurora.edu

303-340-7523

8am-5pm M-Th 9am-5pm F

student.life@ccaurora.edu

303-340-7542

303-340-7543

See website for details Instructor makeup tests

instructor.testing@ccaurora.edu

303-361-7409

303-360-4741

See website for details

rita.borgonah@ccaurora.edu

As a recipient of Federal Title IV funds, the Community College of Aurora is required to collect, publish and disseminate certain information to students, prospective students and employees. The information below is available on our website at www.ccaurora. edu in the College Information section. The college will also provide a copy of this information including a full report of the institution’s graduation rate and the Annual Security Report if requested. ACCREDITATION. The Community College of Aurora is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission, 230 North LaSalle Street, Ste. 7-500, Chicago, IL, 60604-1413, 1-800-621-7440. The College operates under the jurisdiction of the Community Colleges of Colorado. CCA students regularly transfer credits to state colleges and universities within Colorado. Transfer information is available in the Advising Center, CentreTech Campus Room A102. FAMILY EDUCATION FINANCIAL RIGHTS & PRIVACY ACT. CCA complies fully with this law, also known as FERPA, which is designed to protect the privacy of student educational records and to insure the rights of students to examine their records. More information is available in the Admissions, Registration and Records Office, CentreTech Campus, Room A102, and on the college website. NON-DISCRIMINATION & AFFIRMATIVE ACTION. The Community College of Aurora prohibits all forms of discrimination and harassment including those that violate federal and state law, or the State Board for Community Colleges and Occupational Education Board Policies 3-120 and 4-120. The College does not discriminate on the basis of sex/gender, race, color, age, creed, national or ethnic origin, physical or mental disability, veteran status, pregnancy status, religion, genetic information, gender identity, or sexual orientation in its employment practices or educational programs and activities. The Community College of Aurora will take appropriate steps to ensure that the lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in vocational education programs. The College has designated Cindy Hesse, Director of Human Resources as the Affirmative Action (AA) Officer, Equal Opportunity (EO) Officer and the Title IX Coordinator with the responsibility to coordinate the college’s civil rights compliance activities and grievance procedures. If you have any questions, please contact her by e-mail at Cindy.Hesse@ccaurora.edu, by phone at 303-360-4752 or by US mail at 16000 East CentreTech Parkway, Administration Building, Office # A207E, Aurora, Colorado 80011. Ms. Tamara White, Dean of Student Services

serves as the Deputy Title IX Coordinator and may be reached by e-mail at Tamara.White@CCAurora.edu, by phone at 303-360-4746 or at 16000 East CentreTech Parkway, Administration Building, Office # A106F, Aurora, Colorado 80011. You may also contact the Office for Civil Rights, U.S. Department of Education, Region VIII, Federal Office Building, 1244 North Speer Boulevard, Suite 310, Denver, CO 80204, telephone (303) 844-3417. INFORMATION ON COMPLETION AND GRADUATION RATES is published each year in the CCA Catalog, is available on our website and is available in the Admissions, Registration and Records Office, CentreTech Campus, Room A102. STUDENT RIGHT-TO-KNOW and CAMPUS SECURITY ACT. In accordance with Title I of Public Law 101-542, information about graduation rates and campus security is available on the CCA website and in the Office of the Vice President of Student Affairs, A106E, CentreTech Campus. A list of sexual offenders in the area can be obtained through the Aurora Police Department. VOTER REGISTRATION. CCA fully supports and advocates that students and staff register to vote. Voter Registration forms are available in the Admissions, Registration and Records Office, A102 at the CentreTech Campus and a link is available on our website or at www.elections. colorado.gov/DDefault.aspx?tid=547. Students with disabilities: For applications and assistance with applications e-mail ode@ccaurora.edu, or call 303-361-7395 V/TDD/VP. FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION is available online at www.fafsa.ed.gov, in the Financial Aid Office, CentreTech Campus, Room A103, and at the Lowry Student Services Center. Students and prospective students can also obtain information in the CCA Financial Aid Handbook: http:// class.ccaurora.edu/MyCCA/Files/Student_Finance/FA_Handbook/Handbook.pdf INSTITUTIONAL INFORMATION including Tuition, Fees and cost of attendance is available in this schedule each term or through the Financial Aid Office at the CentreTech Campus, Room A103. DRUG & ALCOHOL PREVENTION INFORMATION and policies are available on the website and in the Office of Student Conduct, Intervention & Retention, CentreTech Campus. CCA supports the efforts of local, state and federal governments in promoting a drug free America, pursuant to Public Law 101. Please refer to: www.ccaurora.edu/students/student-right-know/drug-alcohol-prevention.


Important Dates Spring 2017 Registration begins November 7, 2016 ACADEMIC DEADLINES Classes Begin

Classes End

Last Day to Add

Last Day to Drop*

Last Day to Withdraw**

Finalize Payment Arrangements by Close of Business

Full Semester

January 17

May 8

January 23

February 1

April 15

January 30

CCA Online

January 23

May 8

January 29

February 6

April 16

February 2

CCCOnline

January 23

May 6

January 25

February 7

April 17

February 3

CCCOnline Session 2

February 27

May 6

February 28

March 9

April 24

March 7

For short session and late session course offerings, please see the online Schedule of Classes for the semester. For the majority of short session courses, you may register for those classes through the first day of the course. For short session and late start drop, withdraw, and payment dates, please visit your Detailed Student Schedule on the Student tab of your MyCCA account or visit the Admissions, Registration and Records office. *The Last Day to Drop is the deadline to drop a class and have it removed from your record and to receive a refund of tuition and fees for the course. **The Last Day to Withdraw is the deadline to withdraw from a class (no refund) and have a W grade recorded for the course.

NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION

STUDENT ID STICKERS

Mandatory for all new students

Each semester, you should validate your student ID. Once you have registered for classes, stop by the CentreTech Welcome Center or the Lowry Welcome Desk with your schedule on or after the below dates for a new sticker.

All first-time new students must participate in New Student Orientation, a mandatory half-day orientation session. During New Student Orientation, students will meet with an academic advisor, register for classes, and learn important information about the college. Please note that students must complete assessment testing before attending New Student Orientation, and must register at least one week prior to the orientation session they wish to attend. To register visit www.ccaurora.edu/express-register.

Priority Deadlines November 1

Summer Semester

April 1

Fall Semester

May 1

May 15

Fall Semester

August 15

Spring Break (college open, no classes)

March 27 - April 1

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day (college open, no classes)

January 16

UPCOMING IMPORTANT DATES

If a student has a completed file in the CCA Financial Aid Office by the priority deadline, they will be given priority in determining eligibility for financial aid.

Summer 2017 Registration Begins

April 3

Fall 2017 Registration Begins

April 24

Summer 2017 Semester Begins

May 30

For future semester registration and start dates, please visit www.ccaurora. edu/calendar

PAYMENT INFORMATION

GRADUATION INFORMATION

Payment arrangements must be in place prior to the last day to drop, as noted in the academic deadlines above.

The 2016/2017 Commencement Ceremony will be held on Saturday, May 6, 2017.

CCA has a Drop for Non-Payment policy and all students who have not made arrangements for the payment of their courses will be dropped two business days before the drop deadline. Payment is available through an NBS payment plan, Financial Aid, or payment in full online in MyCCA. Contact CCA Fiscal Affairs if you have any concerns with completing one of these options prior to the payment deadline. Your bill must be paid in full by the end of the semester and remaining balances will be sent to a collections agency per the terms and conditions in the student agreement. CCA will charge a collections fee of 30% on all past due balances.

Graduation Application Due Dates: Priority Deadline

Final Deadline

Spring graduates

December 1

March 1

Summer graduates

April 1

July 1

Fall graduates

July 1

November 1

The Graduation application is available from the Student Tab on MyCCA. Applications received after the final deadline will be processed with the next semester.

BOOKSTORE Bookstore charges arranged for students who have been awarded Financial Aid are available:

January 15

HOLIDAYS, SEMESTER BREAKS AND COLLEGE CLOSED

FINANCIAL AID Spring Semester

Spring Semester Summer Semester

ASSESSMENT TESTING WORKSHOPS Before you take the assessment test, CCA recommends that you prepare for the test in advance. Please review the study guides and workshop information available at www.ccaurora.edu/getting-started/testing/assessment-testing/workshops.

December 15, 2016 - February 3, 2017 1


Getting Started STARTING COLLEGE IS A BIG STEP, BUT WE’RE HERE TO HELP. HERE’S WHAT YOU NEED TO DO: 1. Apply for Admission

level learning are encouraged to visit the Transferring to CCA page for more information. www.ccaurora.edu/transfer-in

If you are new to CCA or have been away from CCA for a year or more, you need to complete the online application for admission. There is no deadline or fee to apply. www.ccaurora.edu/apply

II. Meet the Assessment Requirement All students must meet assessment requirements in the areas of math, reading and English to register for courses. You must do one of the following: A. Take the placement test to assess your current academic skill level. It is important to be prepared for the test so that you can be placed into the appropriate courses. Before you take the test, you are \ strongly encouraged to review the assessment workbook and attend an assessment prep workshop. You will need to book an appointment for your test. Please visit the CCA Testing page for more information. B. Provide a copy of ACT or SAT scores (no more than five years old) with the following minimum scores: ACT: Reading 17, English 18, Math 19 SAT: 440 Critical Reading/Verbal, Math 460 C. Provide your Academic Advisor with an unofficial copy of college transcripts from a regionally accredited institution showing successful completion of college level math and English coursework. Please note that English courses taken outside of the United States do not meet Assessment or Transfer guidelines. www.ccaurora.edu/testing

2. Apply for COF (College Opportunity Fund) If you are a Colorado resident for tuition purposes and did not sign-up for COF through your admissions application, you can sign-up online. The COF application is free and can save you hundreds of dollars each semester on your tuition. This is a one time application, but you need to authorize COF each semester. www.ccaurora.edu/cof

3. Apply for Financial Aid Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online at www.fafsa.ed.gov to see if you are eligible for any kind of aid (grants, loans, work study and scholarships). The application process can take 6-8 weeks to complete, so apply early! CCA has three priority consideration dates during the year. Fall Semester-May 1, Spring Semester-November 1, Summer Semester-April 1. Your financial aid file is not complete until you receive an award letter. CCA’s Federal School Code is 016058. Need help completing the FAFSA? Please call 303 340-7093 for more information. www.ccaurora.edu/aid

III. See an Academic Advisor After meeting assessment requirements, you are ready to meet with an Academic Advisor. Your Advisor will be able to help you select the right courses to complete a degree or certificate at CCA and/or to transfer to the four-year institution of your choice. www.ccaurora.edu/advising III. Register for Courses Complete the Student Account Payment Agreement from the Add/Drop Classes link in MyCCA and register for courses through your MyCCA account (link available from CCA’s website). Remember to print your schedule a few days before the semester begins to get current room information. www.ccaurora.edu/register

4. Transfer to CCA Step 4 is different for New Students and Transfer/Readmit Students. Be sure to follow the steps that apply to you!

New Students Attend New Student Orientation If you have never attended college after High School, you are required to participate in CCA Express, a five-hour, fast track orientation that includes all important elements of starting at CCA. You will have a hold placed on your account to prevent registration until you have participated. www.ccaurora.edu/orientation

9. Pay your Tuition Don’t lose your spot in your classes! Each semester, CCA publishes a tuition due date. You must have your payment arrangements FINALIZED by this deadline to hold your spot in classes. CCA recommends that you complete a payment plan as soon as you register. Early signup allows you a small (or zero) down payment and spreads out your payments over several months. Financial Aid will only hold your spot in classes if you have received an award letter. www.ccaurora.edu/payment

Prior to orientation, you will: I. Meet the Assessment Requirement In order to attend orientation and register for classes, all students must meet assessment requirements in the areas of math, reading and English. You must do one of the following: A. Take the placement test to assess your current academic skill level. It is important to be prepared for the test so that you can be placed into the appropriate courses. Before you take the test, you are strongly encouraged to review the assessment workbook and attend an assessment prep workshop. You will need to book an appointment for your test. Please visit the CCA Testing page for more information. B. Provide a copy of ACT or SAT scores (no more than five years old) prior to your orientation date with the following minimum scores: ACT: Reading 17, English 18, Math 19 SAT: 440 Critical Reading/Verbal, Math 460

10. Buy your Books Take your schedule to the bookstore to purchase your books. Buy your books before classes begin so you are prepared. www.ccaurora.edu/books

11. Get your Student ID Stop by the Welcome Center at the CentreTech Campus or Lowry Student Services office with government issued photo ID to get your CCA Student ID card. www.ccaurora.edu/id

12. Check your Email Your college email account is the official method of communication at CCA, so it is extremely important that you activate your account and check it frequently. To activate your account, login to your MyCCA account and click the “Student Email” link at the top of the page. Your initial password is your date of birth spelled out (for example: February141992). www.ccaurora.edu/email

II. Register for and Attend Orientation This five hour orientation session will include presentations on D2L, navigating MyCCA, Academic Success, and the Student Code of Conduct. During Orientation you will meet individually with an Academic Advisor who will be able to guide you in selecting the right courses to complete the degree or certificate of your choice. Orientation staff will assist you in registering for classes and make sure you have completed all the necessary steps to start at CCA. www.ccaurora.edu/advising

13. Activate your Debit Card A little more than a week after you register for classes, your Higher One Debit card will arrive in the mail (look for the bright green envelope). This card will be used to apply your financial aid or any other refund so it is important that you look for the card and activate it when it arrives! www.ccaurora.edu/refund

Transfer & Readmit Students I. Transfer to CCA CCA awards credit for prior learning. Students who have previously attended another college or who have ACE, AP, CLEP, DANTES, IB, or other college2


Paying for College FINANCIAL OBLIGATION

REFUND POLICY

By the act of registration, you automatically incur a financial obligation to the college and will be required to complete a Student Account Payment Agreement form upon registration. This means that when registering for one or more classes (unless classes are officially dropped within the time specified for a refund) you are obligated to pay the full amount of tuition and fees. View and print your bill through MyCCA after registering. You still have a financial obligation to the college even if you do not receive a bill in the mail. Failure to pay tuition and fees may result in cancellation of your registration, but you are still responsible for classes that are not dropped or purged for nonpayment. In accordance with the State Fiscal Procedures, unpaid accounts will be forwarded to a collections agency. Such assignments to a collections agency may impact your credit rating and may result in the addition of collection fees, attorney fees, interest, or other costs. The college will not register you, provide semester grades or a final transcript to you or any student or former student who has any financial obligations to the college or any other Colorado community college.

A financial obligation to the college occurs when you register for classes. Refunds are granted when classes are officially dropped from your record by the refund date. In some cases, CCA may drop you for non-payment of tuition and fees or if you are reported as a “no-show” in your course(s), but it is your responsibility to drop courses on your record that you do not intend to take. Special Note for Open Entry Courses - a content based assignment must be completed prior to your course add/drop deadline date in order to not be considered a “no show” for Open Entry courses. To officially drop a course, access the Add/Drop link on the Student tab of MyCCA or visit the Admissions and Records Office. After dropping a course, always verify your schedule to ensure that the appropriate classes have been removed from your record. Simply notifying your instructors or CCA staff member of your intent to drop WILL NOT result in a refund and does not release you from financial responsibility. If you drop classes before 15% of the class (as determined by the college) has expired, you will receive a 100% tuition refund. No refunds are granted after the first 15% of the class. If you withdraw from classes after the refund date and have an unpaid balance, you are responsible for full payment. CCA forwards unpaid accounts to State Collections. The State of Colorado withholds balances due from Colorado tax refunds. Financial aid recipients who officially or unofficially withdraw from the College may owe a repayment of financial aid funds received. Visit the Financial Aid Office for more information. Upon withdrawal from a class, your grade for that class will be recorded as a ‘W’ and will appear on your academic transcript. A ‘W’ grade does not calculate in your GPA.

FINANCIAL AID AWARD Apply for financial aid early. If you have not been awarded financial aid by the last day to drop your class(es), contact Fiscal Affairs to determine if you are eligible for additional time for the Financial Aid processing. If you do not receive a sufficient financial aid award, you will be responsible to establish a payment plan for the balance due.

DISBURSEMENT OF FINANCIAL AID FUNDS POLICY

EBILLS

Disbursement of financial aid funds occurs when the Office of Financial Aid releases your financial aid award for the semester to the cashiers office to pay for your college expenses. The Cashier’s Office then applies your financial aid funds to your semester tuition, fees charges, and any other outstanding balance you have with the college. Once this happens, if there are any funds left from your financial aid award, the balance will be applied to your Higher One Refund Card, see below. You can expect to wait one to two weeks between disbursement and refunds. See “Where’s my Refund?” at www.ccaurora.edu/students/paying-college/ financial-aid/refunds.

All students will be receiving statements and invoices through your student account each month. Student billing statements will be available online 24/7 through your MyCCA account: • Sign into MyCCA • Click on your Student Finance Tab • View Billing Statement • Click eBill Paper invoices will be mailed out twice per term. The first will be sent out after the main census and after the first scheduled financial aid disbursement has been credited to the student’s accounts. The second invoice will be sent out at the end of the term, as the final notice.

LATE-START CLASSES AND FINANCIAL AID DISBURSEMENTS If you are enrolled in late-start classes, the disbursement of your funds will not be issued until approximately one week after the first date of attendance for those courses.

WAYS TO PAY YOUR BILL All students must make full payments or make arrangements by the last day to drop your course to hold your seat in class. Payments may be made in the following ways: full payments can be made through MyCCA student accounts; or full payments or payment arrangements can be made through the e-cashier. Payment arrangements made through the e-cashier NBS payment plan will incur a $25 nonrefundable processing fee. If you need additional assistance in setting up a plan to pay your bill, contact CCA Fiscal Affairs. CCA charges a $35 nonrefundable processing fee for alternative payment plan options.

HIGHER ONE REFUND PROCESS The Refund Card is used to establish one of the three options for receiving any excess funds owed to you via electronic transfer. The three options you have are: 1. Easy Refund to the OneAccount connected to CCCS Refund Card Debit MasterCard. 2. Direct Deposit (ACH Transfer) to your existing bank account. 3. Receive a paper check within five to seven days.

Spring 2017 e-Cashier is available on November 8, 2016.

LAST DAY TO REQUIRED DOWN NUMBER OF ENROLL ONLINE PAYMENT PAYMENTS

The following example shows the typical steps for processing refunds: 1. Your funds are applied to your account on Tuesday. 2. All accounts are reviewed before the refunds are uploaded to the system office on that Wednesday. 3. The following Monday, the refunds are transferred to Higher One. 4. At this time, the funds are released from Higher One to the option that you have chosen.

MONTHS OF PAYMENTS

December 1

none

5

December 5 April 5

December 23

15%

4

January 5 - April 5

January 26

25%

3

February 5 April 5

February 23

33%

2

March 5 - April 5

March 15

50%

1

April 5

Higher One replacement cards charge: • Cards not activated – reissue fee $10. • Cards that are activated – reissue fee $20.

After March 15, 2017 payment in full is required via MyCCA. 3


Tuition TUITION INFORMATION & COLORADO RESIDENCY

COLLEGE OPPORTUNITY FUND (COF)

• You may pay your tuition online at www.ccaurora.edu through your MyCCA account. • Residency status for in-state tuition is based on the information you provide on your application. To be eligible for in-state tuition, applicants (or the parents of applicants under 23) must be able to show domicile in Colorado for at least 12 months prior to starting classes. Details are available on our website or through the Admissions and Records office at CentreTech or Lowry. • Your residency status must be finalized BEFORE you attend your first course. Failure to provide appropriate documentation before classes begin will result in non-resident tuition classification. • Active Duty Military personnel and their dependents are eligible for in-state tuition by providing certification from the military base Education Office each semester. More information is available from the Admissions and Records office (303-360-4797). • Tuition and fees are posted on the website and in the Admissions and Records, and Cashier Offices. You should take note that some fees are NON REFUNDABLE. Tuition and fee payments are due even if you do not receive a bill in the mail.

PAYMENT DEADLINES Payment arrangements must be in place prior to the last day to drop your courses. CCA has a Drop for Non-Payment policy and all students who have not made arrangements for the payment of their courses will be dropped the day after the drop deadline. Payment is available through a FACTS payment plan, Financial Aid, or payment in full online in MyCCA. Contact CCA Fiscal Affairs if you have any concerns with completing one of these options prior to the drop date.

Colorado residents must apply for COF to get the subsidy or stipend paid by the state which keeps tuition affordable. Log on to our website at www.ccaurora.edu for a direct link to the COF application and information, or access the College Opportunity Fund website directly at https://cof.college-assist. org. You only have to apply once to receive this benefit. If you do not sign up for COF, you will pay a higher in-state tuition rate. Don’t forget to authorize the COF each semester that you sign up for your classes.

SCHOLARSHIPS The CCA Foundation awards scholarships to those who qualify. Please visit www.auroragives.org to apply online. In addition, the CCA Financial Aid Office awards institutional scholarships yearly. To find out more about scholarships, visit www.ccaurora.edu/scholarships.

WAITLISTS Waitlists allow students an opportunity to get into a class that is full, but could have space become available before the course begins. The waitlist will record the time and date that the student placed his/her name on the waitlist and students will be notified via student email of open spaces in that order.

AUDIT COURSES The COF stipend does not cover audit courses. If you decide to change your course to an audit, you will be required to pay the COF share of the tuition. You must request an audit by the refund date.

Your bill must be paid in full by the end of the semester and remaining balances will be sent to a collections agency per the terms and conditions in the student agreement. CCA will charge a collections fee of 30% on all past due balances.

TUITION & FEE TABLE

RESIDENT CREDIT HOURS

NON-RESIDENT

TUITION

1

$

2

$

3

$

FEES

TOTAL

LESS COF STIPEND

62.51

$

274.41

- $75.00

$

67.60

$

491.40

- $150.00

$

72.69

$

708.39

- $225.00

$

$

925.38

- $300.00

$

1,142.37

- 375.00

$

1,359.36

- $450.00

1,576.35

- $525.00

$

1,793.34

- 600.00

$

2,010.33

- 675.00

$

2,227.32

- $750.00

$

2,444.31

- $825.00

$

2,661.30

- 900.00

$

2,875.44

- $975.00

$

211.90

$

423.80

$

635.70

$

$

847.60

$

1,059.50

$

1,271.40

$

1,483.30

$

1,695.20

$

4 5

$

6

$

7

$

8

$

9

$

10

$

11

$

12

$

13

$

14

$

15

$

16

$

17

$

18

$

77.78 82.87

$

87.96

$

93.05

$

98.14

$

103.23

$

108.32

$

113.41

$

118.50

$

120.74

$

122.98

$

125.22

$

127.46

$

129.70

$

131.94

$

1,907.10

$

2,119.00

$

2,330.90

$

2,542.80

$

2,754.70

$

2,966.60

$

3,178.50

$

3,390.40

$

3.602.30

$

3,814.20

$

AMOUNT DUE AFTER STIPEND

CREDIT HOURS

199.41

1

341.40

2

$

483.39

3

$

625.38

4

$

767.37

5

$

$

909.36

6

$

1,051.35

7

$

1,193.34

8

$

1,335.33

9

$

1,477.32

10

$

1,619.31

11

$

1,761.30

12

$

1,900.44

13

$

2,039.58

14

$

2,178.72

15

$

2,317.86

16

$

2,457.00

17

2,596.14

18

$

$ $

$

3,089.58 - $1,050.00

$

3,303.72 - $1,125.00

$

3,517.86 - $1,200.00

$

3,732.00 - $1,275.00

$

3,946.14 - 1,350.00

$

$

TUITION

TOTAL

62.51

$

$

561.65

$

1,123.30

$

1,684.95

$

2,246.60

$

2,808.25

$

3,369.90

$

3,931.55

$

4,493.20

$

624.16

67.60

$

72.69

$

77.78

$

82.87

$

87.96

$

93.05

$

98.14

$

103.23

$

108.32

$

113.41

$

118.50

$

120.74

$

122.98

$

125.22

$

127.46

$

5,054.85

$

5,616.50

$

6,178.15

$

6,739.80

$

7,301.45

$

7,863.10

$

8,424.75

$

8,986.40

$

$

9,548.05

$

10,109.70

$

$

FEES

129.70 131.94

1,190.90 1,757.64 2,324.38 2,891.12 3,457.89 4,024.60

ONLINE CLASSES Tuition Rates __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

CCA & CCC ONLINE CLASSES

Resident Rate: $316.95 per credit hour. Less: $75.00 COF stipend per credit hour. Amount due after stipend: $241.95 per credit hour. Non Resident Rate: $368.90 per credit hour.

4,591.34 5,158.08 5,724.82 6,291.56 6,858.30 7,422.19 7,986.08 8,549.97 9,113.86 9,677.75

$

WESTERN UNDERGRADUATE EXCHANGE (WUE) Tuition Rates __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Traditional/ Classroom Courses: $205.35 per credit hour. Online courses: $368.90 per credit hour.

10,241.64

$

Note: SPRING 2017 Tuition, COF stipend, and fee amounts are subject to change pending final Board Approval. *The following is included within the fee amount: Student Activity Fee, Bond Fee, Government Fee, Parking Fee and Registration Fee.


Fees REFUNDABLE FEES

NON-REFUNDABLE CHARGES AND FEES

Medium and High Cost Program Fees: $6.80 per credit hour. CISCO Program Fees: $18.95 per credit hour. A policy implemented to offset expenditures related to high-cost programs as defined by the State Board for Community Colleges. The following are refundable only when a class is dropped before the deadline date: Fire Safety Program Equipment Fee: $900. Used to cover equipment, materials, and related costs required by the program.

Law Enforcement Academy Charge: $100. The Academy assesses a nonrefundable charge for applying to the Academy. The charge covers administration fingerprint cards processed by the CBI and FBI, as is required by state law. It also includes the cost of a limited background investigation to verify information covered in the student’s application. Credit for prior learning charge: 50% of student share of in-state tuition after COF has been subtracted. Used to offset instructional costs, materials and processing costs.

Student Activity Fee: $19.42 per term per student. Supports student life.

Emergency Medical Provider (EMP) Equipment Charge: EMS 115 $100, EMS 121 $400, EMS 220 $50, EMS 225 $400, EMS 228 $500, EMS 280 $300. Used to offset special equipment required for the course. Refundable prior to the first day of class. Used to offset special equipment required for the course. Nonrefundable upon the first day of class.

Student Bond: $2.24 per credit hour. Used to pay for common use space and lounge space. Refundable only when a class is dropped before the deadline date. Student Government Fee: $1.68 per credit hour, maximum 12 credit hours, not to exceed $20.16. Supports student government and approved activities. See page 10 for a description of student government. Refundable only when all classes are dropped before the deadline date.

Return Check Charge: $30. For additional fee information see our chart at: www.ccaurora.edu/fees

Parking Fee: $1.17 per credit hour up to $14.04 maximum. Used for lot repair and upgrades. Technology Fee: $25 per term. Registration Fee: $13.00. Used to offset processing and material costs. Art Course Fee: $35 per term. Events and Wedding Program Fee: $35 per term. CIS and CNG Testing Fees. $91 to $197 per course. Crime Scene Investigation Fee: $60 per course. CPR for Professionals Fee: $10 per course. Special Topics Fee: $150 per program. CCCOnline Digital Text Books: $54.80, $66.60 or $74.25 per term. CCCOnline Lab Kit Fee: $125 to $374 per term. Physical Anthropology Lab Fee: $35 per course. NUA Liability Insurance Fee: $8.50 per term.

REFUNDABLE CHARGES The following are refundable up to the deadline date for each class that is dropped: Basic Law Enforcement Training Charge: $1,750. Covers the cost of ammunition, police vehicles, printing books, notebooks, hand-out materials, handcuffs, arrest control uniforms, targets, target frames, CPR/First Aid books and certificates. Film and Video Lab Charge: $400 per term. Paralegal-Law Library Charge: $70 per term. Covers cost for classroom use, library privileges, and allows student access to Computer and Westlaw Online Research Services. Private Instruction Charge: $303 per course. (Regular tuition and program fees do not cover the cost of private instruction.) Art Material Charges: Ceramics $50 per course, Photography $35 per term, Jewelry: $75 per course, Multimedia Graphic Design (MGD) Lab $35 or $150 per term, flat fee for one or more MGD courses.

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More Information ACADEMIC SUPPORT LAB

CHANGE OF ADDRESS OR NAME

CentreTech Campus, Classroom Building, Room C-109, 303-340-7536 The Academic Support Lab provides the following services: • Free drop-in tutoring in many subjects • Computer lab • Workshops and other academic assistance

It is your responsibility to notify the Admissions & Records office of any change of address, name, etc., that will affect your permanent records. All address changes can be made in person, by fax (303-361-7432) with signature, or on the web at www.ccaurora.edu, click on MyCCA and log in with your S# and password. Click on MyCCA Student tab.

ACCESSIBILITY SERVICES

COMPUTER ACCESS CENTER

CentreTech Campus, Student Centre, Room S202A

Assistive Technology (AT) is available for students with disabilities in the classroom and in the computer labs at the CentreTech and Lowry campuses. Discover which AT would work best for you based on your disability. Contact Sheryl Broadnax for an appointment at 303-360-4781 or sheryl.broadnax@ccaurora.edu. For more information, go to: www.ccaurora. edu/accessibility/computer-access-center.

Students interested in requesting accommodations due to a disability may do so through the online Needs Assessment form available at www.ccaurora.edu/ accessibility/forms. We will respond to your CCA student e-mail. If you need assistance with this online form, contact us for an appointment at 303-340-7548 or aso.cca@ccaurora.edu.

ASSESSMENT OF BASIC SKILLS

DEGREES & CERTIFICATES

All new students must meet Assessment Requirements which can be met in one of the following ways: • Evidence of an Associate of Arts or Associate of Science Degree or higher • Evidence of a C or higher in prior College Level English and Math courses (Please note that English courses taken outside the United States do not meet the Assessment or Transfer guidelines) • Qualifying ACT or SAT scores that are less than 5 years old • Qualifying CCPT scores that are less than 5 years old • English speaking ability is also required. If English is not your native language, you may be required to take the LOEP exam

A detailed listing of all CCA programs is available online at www.ccaurora.edu. In addition to the traditional AA, AS, AGS degree programs, CCA has a variety of certificate ­programs, Associate of Applied Science degree programs, a Police Academy, an Emergency Medical Services Program, and joint programs with area vocational schools.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE PROFICIENCY For assistance with enrollment in appropriate college-level English as a Second Language classes, you should see Admissions & Records at CentreTech or Lowry. The Aurora Language Center’s College Preparatory/For Credit ESL Program offers three levels of instruction to prepare you for college-level coursework. Courses are listed in this publication under English as a Second Language and adhere to the same tuition, fees, and deadlines as the rest of the college’s credit courses. The Aurora Language Center’s Community ESL Program offers five levels of English non-credit instruction. Classes follow a life skills curriculum and provide practice in speaking, listening, reading, and writing. The cost is $140 for basic through advanced classes. In addition, Community ESL offers citizenship classes for $40 and American Language and Culture classes for $225. All classes are 10 weeks in length.

ACT, SAT and CCPT scores will be used to determine placement in both collegelevel and Academic Enrichment courses as appropriate. Please see the current class schedule for placement and prerequisite requirements. All degree or certificate seeking students must meet Assessment Requirements. All students seeking to register for a course with prerequisites must meet Assessment Requirements (regardless of degree/certificate status). All students under the age of 20 must meet Assessment Requirements (regardless of degree/ certificate status). Assessment times and location subject to change.

BASIC SKILLS INSTRUCTION: CCA AcE PROGRAM

The ALC is located on the Lowry Campus, North Quad, Room 105. Call (303-3407079) or visit www.ccaurora.edu/esl for registration dates. Once you have completed the advanced level classes, you are encouraged to test for entry into the college prep program.

In accordance with state guidelines, if the college determines that you need basic skills instruction in math, reading or English, based on assessment scores, you will be responsible for taking the required courses within the first 30 hours of attendance at a Colorado Community College institution.

GRADE REPORTS

CANCELLATION OF CLASSES

Grade reports are available online via your student account in MyCCA. Go to www.ccaurora.edu. Click on MyCCA at the top of the screen, log in, then click on the Student tab to access your records.

If you are enrolled in any class that has insufficient numbers to justify offering it, the class may be cancelled at the discretion of the division dean, and if cancelled, you will be notified.

GRADUATION APPLICATIONS

CAREER SERVICES

CentreTech Campus, Admissions, Room A102, 303-360-4700 Lowry Student Services (West Quad, Room 119), 303-340-7093

The Community College of Aurora’s Career Services office provides a variety of online and face-to-face resources to assist students with career exploration, career skills development and internship/employment opportunities. The goal of the department is to prepare the student to research, plan and navigate their individual career path.

An application for graduation must be submitted by the deadline on page 1 in order to graduate at the end of a semester. Apply online at MyCCA.

HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS / CONCURRENT ENROLLMENT

The services provided include: • Career advising • Online career resources • Career development workshops • Online internship and job boards • Career and skills assessments • Employer networking opportunities: “Company Spotlight,” job shadow opportunities, company tours and presentations • Career/job/internship fairs and events

The Concurrent Enrollment Programs Act gives you the opportunity to earn both college and high school credit while you are attending high school. Find more information at www.ccaurora.edu/students/concurrent-enrollment. See your high school counselor to enroll or call 303-340-7256.

6


More Information INCLEMENT WEATHER & EMERGENCY CLOSURES

Please note that students must register at least one week prior to the orientation session they wish to attend. Register online at: www.ccaurora.edu/express-register. For additional information call: (303) 360-4905

During inclement weather, please tune to television and radio stations for information on ­closures. It’s always a good idea to check more than one television or radio station, as CCA ­cannot guarantee the accuracy of information given by all stations. You will be notified through the CCA Alert System regarding school closures or late-start schedule for classes or any other emergency that would impact classes. Update your records with your most current phone number and student email address through MyCCA to receive notification. Locate the “Safety and Security” section on the “Welcome” page and click on CCA Alert System link to update your information.

OFFICE OF STUDENT CONDUCT, INTERVENTION & RETENTION Safety and security are top priorities at CCA and to help facilitate this, CCA has established the CARE Team (Conflict, Assessment, Resources & Empowerment). In addition, the Student Code of Conduct helps to strengthen personal responsibility and accountability. Visit www.ccaurora.edu/about-cca/campuslife/Care-Team for procedure information.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS Information, orientation dates, application requirements, and deadlines are available on the website or in Admissions & Records at CentreTech. If you are an international student the application and approval process can take up to 6 months for first-time applications and approximately 30 days for transfer applications. The earlier you apply, the better your chances are for a timely approval.

STUDENT LIFE (student government association and clubs) Lowry Campus (West Quad, Room 110), 303-340-7525

Activities are funded by student fees and provide opportunities for student leadership. Sponsored organizations include: Student Government, Phi Theta Kappa, sports clubs, academic clubs and cultural/special interest clubs.

LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER

STUDENT SUCCESS CENTER

CTC Student Centre, Room S202, 303-360-4736

CentreTech Campus, Student Centre, Room S101

Whether you just started at CCA today, or you have been around for a few semesters, the Learning Resource Center is one place you can go to get connected to the many resources available to you as a CCA student. Services provided by the Learning Resource Center include: • Course reserves • Computer assistive technology if you have a disability • Audiovisual viewing • Computer lab • Make-up testing with instructor approval

The Student Success Center’s mission is to promote student success through dedicated support in an inclusive and authentic academic community. The following programs are housed in the Student Success Center: • Transfer Success Program – serves students interested in completing their associate degree and transferring to a four year college to earn a bachelor’s degree. • Scholar Support and Programming – serves cohorts of students who receive a third party scholarship, such as Mile High United Way, Denver Scholarship Foundation and the Daniels Fund. • TRiO Student Support Services – serves first generation college students who are designated as low income or who have a documented disability.

LIBRARY

The goal of each of these programs is to help students meet their individual college goals through degree completion, transfer and/or career exploration. Capacity in each of these programs is limited and students wishing to participate must complete an application and participate in a brief interview. Students participating in these programs are expected to meet with an assigned advisor regularly, participate in workshops and other center events (fall and spring welcome back events), utilize tutoring and participate in the AAA 101 course where appropriate. To find out more about our programs and to learn how to get involved stop by the Student Success Center in the Student Centre Room S101.

Do you have a research paper to write? Struggling with those citations? Or maybe you just need to find a book or a movie! The library is the place for you. We are located in the Student Centre at the CentreTech Campus in room S202. We can also help you on the Lowry campus. Please see website for details. You can reach us by phone at 303-360-4736, via email at Library@CCAurora.edu, and you can get research assistance 24/7 through AskAcademic! Just go to www.ccaurora.edu/students/support-services/library and click on the link.

MILITARY & VETERANS SERVICES CENTER

TESTING

CentreTech Campus, Administration, Room A105, 303-360-4768

Military and veterans are asked to visit the Military and Veterans Services. The staff can assist you with questions concerning your VA benefits and military tuition assistance. They will guide you through the steps necessary to receive benefits and achieve your academic goals at CCA. Additional information is available at our website under Advising Connections on the Student tab in MyCCA.

For assessment testing, see “Assessment of Basic Skills” on page 6.

TOBACCO-FREE CAMPUS It is the procedure of Community College of Aurora to comply with the Colorado Clean Indoor Air Act (in effect July 1, 2006), which prohibits smoking within all buildings of educational institutions. It is also the procedure of the college to declare the college grounds and properties as a tobacco-free campus. Smoking will be permitted in college parking lots, but it must be a minimum of 25 feet from all entrances/doorways and common walkways.

NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION If you have never attended college after high school, you must attend New Student Orientation, a half-day, fast track orientation that provides new students the opportunity to meet with an Academic Advisor, learn about financing your education, register for classes, access CCA’s college technology, and learn about valuable support services. Prior to registering for New Student Orientation you must complete the assessment requirement. To do this you must take the placement test. Set an appointment at: www.ccaurora.edu/testing. Or provide a copy of your ACT/SAT scores with the following minimum scores: • ACT: Reading 17, English 18, Math 19 • SAT: 440 Critical Reading/Verbal, Math 460 7


How to Register

GO TO WWW.CCAURORA.EDU REGISTRATION WEBSITE, CLICK ON (MyCCA)

1

• ENTER YOUR USER ID. Use your Student ID (Sxxxxxxxx). • ENTER YOUR PIN. The FIRST time you log in, you will be required to CHANGE your PIN. To ensure security, keep your PIN safe and confidential. You can retrieve your PIN automatically by answering the question on the “Forgot PIN” section. • DID YOU FORGET YOUR STUDENT ID OR PIN? Use the link to find it. • Click LOGIN.

CHOOSE YOUR TERM

2

• Click the STUDENT tab. • Click Add or Drop classes from the Registration Tools Group. • Select SEARCH TERM. • Select SUMMER 2014. • Click SUBMIT.

LOOK UP CLASSES BY SUBJECT, DAYS, TIMES, ETC.

3

• Click on a Course Subject in which you are interested. • To select multiple Course Subjects, hold down your Ctrl key and click on all Course Subjects of interest.

TIP: Use CLASS SEARCH to find the latest courses added to the schedule and to see which sections are full or open for enrollment.

SELECT CLASSES, REGISTER, AND VIEW SCHEDULE

Select “SUBJECTS”

• Click CLASS SEARCH and a listing of all courses will appear. NOTE: A number of other options are available by which you can search, such as times, days, instructional method, etc., but you must always include SUBJECT in your search.

4

• Click in the Open check box in front of the chosen course CRN (Course Registration Number). • Scroll to the bottom of the page and click “Add to Worksheet.” • Click the “SUBMIT CHANGES” button; the course will be added to your schedule. • CURRENT SCHEDULE will appear. • VERIFY that you registered for the correct course. You can continue to add/drop classes by repeating the CLASS SEARCH function. • RETURN TO MENU (at the top left hand corner of the page) to view your detailed schedule, pay your bill, and access your financial aid information. • PRINT a copy of your detailed schedule by using the browser print function on the top toolbar. • Navigate back to STUDENT tab. • Click Detailed Student Schedule (with drop and withdraw date). • Select and print.

8


CCA Online Courses

Online courses are offered through the Internet, enabling you to complete assignments and interact with your instructor and classmates from wherever you have Internet access. Students enrolled in online courses should check Online and Hybrid Course Information at http://www.ccaurora.edu/programs-classes/onlinelearning/student-information before class begins. This page provides specific information about online and hybrid courses, as well as

information on necessary computer hardware/software requirements for taking online courses. Students must have Internet access for all online courses. To access your courses in Desire2Learn, you will log into MyCCA, and click on the link to D2L. Contact the Online Learning department at online.learning@ccaurora.edu for additional information. Course descriptions are available in the CCA Catalog or on the CCA website at www.CCAurora.edu.

38829 CIS 268 376

Art

Systems Analysis and Design I

37937 ART 110 176

Art Appreciation: AH1

Computer Science

38606 ART 110 177

Art Appreciation: AH1

38650 CSC 119 376

Introduction to Programming

38719 CSC 161 376

Computer Sci II: Java

38720 CSC 237 376

Advanced C# Programming

Astronomy 37013 AST 101 176

Astronomy I w/Lab: SC1

Biology and Biotechnology 38183 BIO 116 176

Intro to Human Disease: SC2

Business 37033 BUS 115 176

Introduction to Business

Computer Information Systems 38613 CIS 115 176

Intro to Computer Info Sys

38614 CIS 128 176

OS: Windows 10; Linux; MAC OSX

38485 CIS 135 176

Complete PC Word Processing

38486 CIS 145 176

Complete PC Database

38487 CIS 155 176

PC Spreadsheet Concepts

38990 CIS 203 176

Technology for Career Success

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Intro to Statistics: MA1

38055 PAR 216 176 39509 PSM 131 176

Intro to ECE Techniques

37984 ECE 103 376

Guidance Strategies Yng Child

Intelligence/Homeland Security

Translation & Interpretation

Health Wellness 38630 HWE 100 176

Employment Law

Public Security Management

Intro to Early Childhood Educ

37983 ECE 102 376

38353 TRI 101 176

Intro to Trans & Interp

38701 TRI 102 176

Business of Trans & Interp

38478 TRI 103 176

Ethics for Trans. & Interpr.

Human Nutrition

Math 37273 MAT 120 376

Math for Liberal Arts: MA1

39140 MAT 120 377

Math for Liberal Arts: MA1

37283 MAT 121 376

College Algebra: MA1

37490 MAT 121 377

College Algebra: MA1

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes.

College Algebra: MA1

37291 MAT 135 376

Paralegal

Early Childhood Education 37982 ECE 101 376

39527 MAT 121 378

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


CCCOnline Courses

Colorado Community Colleges Online CCCOnline is not a college! We are part of the Colorado Community College System of 13 two-year colleges in the state – including Community College of Aurora. If you already are a student at CCA, you can register for CCCOnline and your on-campus classes at the same time. CCCOnline classes have their own unique Section number – CC1, CC2– so you can easily tell them apart from your college’s online courses or those you take on campus. If you want to take online classes, are a new student and have not yet applied to one of the 13 Colorado community colleges, visit www.ccconline.org and explore the programs and courses offered.

All students who take CCCOnline courses must select a Home College that offers the degree or certificate they want to pursue. Your Home College: • Keeps your records • Provides transcripts • Processes your college application • Provides career counseling • Helps you transfer your credits • Issues your degree or certificate • Takes your tuition payment Following are the spring semester 2014 CCCOnline courses that CCA offers. If you don’t see the course you want to take on this list, visit www.ccconline.org or contact advising@ccconline.org. There is a complete listing of all CCCOnline Courses and their descriptions in the back of the schedule after the CCA courses.

*CCA Paralegal students should consult their advisors before taking Paralegal classes online. Under an agreement between CCA, CCCOnline and the American Bar Association, degree- or certificate-seeking Paralegal students must take certain Paralegal classes on campus.

37218 AST 102 C21

Accounting

Astronomy II w/Lab: SC1

Communication

37059 ACC 115 C11

Payroll Accounting

Biology and Biotechnology

37604 COM 115 C11

Public Speaking

38443 ACC 115 C21

Payroll Accounting

37073 BIO 105 C11

Science of Biology w/Lab: SC1

38769 COM 115 C41

Public Speaking

37060 ACC 121 C11

Accounting Principles I

37219 BIO 105 C21

Science of Biology w/Lab: SC1

38783 COM 115 C51

Public Speaking

37210 ACC 121 C21

Accounting Principles I

37074 BIO 106 C11

Basic Anatomy And Physiology

37511 COM 125 C11

Interpersonal Communication

37061 ACC 122 C11

Accounting Principles II

38995 BIO 106 C21

Basic Anatomy And Physiology

37512 COM 125 C21

Interpersonal Communication

37211 ACC 122 C21

Accounting Principles II

37075 BIO 111 C11

Gen College Biology I/Lab: SC1

38770 COM 125 C41

Interpersonal Communication

38442 ACC 125 C11

Computerized Accounting

37220 BIO 111 C21

Gen College Biology I/Lab: SC1

38784 COM 125 C51

Interpersonal Communication

37062 ACC 131 C11

Income Tax

37076 BIO 112 C11

Gen College Biology II/Lab:SC1

38063 ACC 135 C11

Spreadsheet Apps/ Accounting

37077 BIO 201 C11 Human Anatomy&Phys w/Lab I:SC1

Computer Information Systems

37063 ACC 211 C11

Intermediate Accounting I

38996 BIO 201 C21 Human Anatomy&Phys w/Lab I:SC1

37064 ACC 212 C11

Intermediate Accounting II

37078 BIO 202 C11

Human Anatomy&Phys II/Lab: SC1

37065 ACC 226 C11

Cost Accounting

38997 BIO 202 C21

Human Anatomy&Phys II/Lab: SC1

37079 BIO 204 C11

Microbiology w/Lab: SC1

37221 BIO 204 C21

Microbiology w/Lab: SC1

37332 BIO 216 C11

Pathophysiology

38998 BIO 216 C21

Pathophysiology

37080 BIO 221 C11

Botany w/Lab: SC1

Anthropology

37111 CIS 115 C11

Intro to Computer Info Sys

37228 CIS 115 C21

Intro to Computer Info Sys

37112 CIS 118 C11

Intro PC Applications

37229 CIS 118 C21

Intro PC Applications

38163 CIS 135 C11

Complete PC Word Processing

38172 CIS 135 C21

Complete PC Word Processing

37113 CIS 145 C11

Complete PC Database

37066 ANT 101 C11

Cultural Anthropology: SS3

37212 ANT 101 C21

Cultural Anthropology: SS3

38993 ANT 101 C41

Cultural Anthropology: SS3

38852 ANT 107 C11

Intro to Archaeology: GT-SS3

38853 ANT 107 C21

Intro to Archaeology: GT-SS3

Business

38174 CIS 155 C21

PC Spreadsheet Concepts

38994 ANT 107 C51

Intro to Archaeology: GT-SS3

37222 BUS 115 C21

Introduction to Business

38170 CIS 267 C11

Mgmt of Information Systems

37067 ANT 111 C11

Bio Anthropology W/Lab: GT - SC1

38768 BUS 115 C41

Introduction to Business

37115 CIS 268 C11

Systems Analysis and Design I

37213 ANT 111 C21

Bio Anthropology W/Lab: GT - SC1

38782 BUS 115 C51

Introduction to Business

Computer & Networking Technology

Art

37223 BUS 216 C21

Legal Environment of Business

37224 BUS 217 C21

Bus Communication/Rept Write

37084 BUS 226 C11

Business Statistics

37225 BUS 226 C21

Business Statistics

37068 ART 110 C11

Art Appreciation: AH1

37214 ART 110 C21

Art Appreciation: AH1

38767 ART 110 C41

Art Appreciation: AH1

38781 ART 110 C51

Art Appreciation: AH1

37069 ART 111 C11

Art Hist Ancient/ MedievGT-AH1

37107 CHE 101 C11

Intro to Chemistry I/Lab: SC1

37215 ART 111 C21

Art Hist Ancient/ MedievGT-AH1

37226 CHE 101 C21

Intro to Chemistry I/Lab: SC1

37070 ART 112 C11

Art Hist Renaiss/1900:GT-AH1

37108 CHE 102 C11

Intro to Chemistry II/Lab: SC1

37216 ART 112 C21

Art Hist Renaiss/1900:GT-AH1

38999 CHE 102 C21

Intro to Chemistry II/Lab: SC1

37109 CHE 111 C11

Gen College Chem I/Lab: SC1

37227 CHE 111 C21

Gen College Chem I/Lab: SC1

37110 CHE 112 C11

Gen College Chem II/Lab: SC1

38067 CHE 112 C21

Gen College Chem II/Lab: SC1

Astronomy 37071 AST 101 C11

Astronomy I w/Lab: SC1

37217 AST 101 C21

Astronomy I w/Lab: SC1

37072 AST 102 C11

Astronomy II w/Lab: SC1

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Complete PC Database

37114 CIS 155 C11

PC Spreadsheet Concepts

37116 CNG 101 C11

Networking Fundamentals

39000 CNG 101 C21

Networking Fundamentals

Computer Science

Chemistry

38804 CSC 119 C11

Introduction to Programming

37124 CSC 160 C11

Computer Science I: C++

37125 CSC 161 C11

Computer Sci II: C++

37516 CSC 240 C21

Java Programming

Computer Web Based 37319 CWB 110 C11

Cmplt Web Author: HTML

37517 CWB 110 C21

Cmplt Web Author: HTML

Criminal Justice 37117 CRJ 110 C11

Intro to Criminal Justice SS3

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes.

38173 CIS 145 C21

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


38259 CRJ 110 C21

Intro to Criminal Justice SS3

37138 ENG 131 C51

Technical Writing I

37118 CRJ 125 C11

Policing Systems

38160 ENG 201 C11

English Composition III: CO3

38268 CRJ 125 C21

Policing Systems

39005 ENG 201 C21

English Composition III: CO3

39001 CRJ 127 C11

Crime Scene Investigation

37139 ENG 221 C11

Creative Writing I

37119 CRJ 135 C11

Judicial Function

37238 ENG 221 C21

Creative Writing I

37120 CRJ 145 C11

Correctional Process

37603 ENG 222 C11

Creative Writing II

38260 CRJ 145 C21

Correctional Process

39006 ENG 222 C21

Creative Writing II

38060 CRJ 205 C11

Principles of Criminal Law

38571 CRJ 210 C21

Constitutional Law

37123 CRJ 230 C11

Criminology

38064 CRJ 236 C11

CRJ Research Methods

Early Childhood Education

French

38059 HUM 115 C11

World Mythology: GT-AH2

38274 HUM 115 C21

World Mythology: GT-AH2

39047 HUM 115 C41

World Mythology: GT-AH2

39048 HUM 115 C51

World Mythology: GT-AH2

37154 HUM 121 C11

Humanities: Early Civ: GT-AH2

37245 HUM 121 C21

Humanities: Early Civ: GT-AH2

37155 HUM 122 C11 Humanities: Medieval-Mod: GT-AH2

37140 FRE 111 C11

French Language I

37246 HUM 122 C21 Humanities: Medieval-Mod: GT-AH2

37239 FRE 111 C21

French Language I

37156 HUM 123 C11 Humanities: Modern World: GT-AH2

37141 FRE 112 C11

French Language II

37247 HUM 123 C21 Humanities: Modern World: GT-AH2

37986 FRE 211 C11

French Language III: AH4 French Language IV: AH4

37126 ECE 101 C11

Intro to Early Childhood Educ

38065 FRE 212 C11

37230 ECE 101 C21

Intro to Early Childhood Educ

37127 ECE 102 C11

Intro to ECE Techniques

Geography

39002 ECE 102 C21

Intro to ECE Techniques

Literature 37249 LIT 115 C21

Intro to Literature I: AH2

38797 LIT 115 C41

Intro to Literature I: AH2

37142 GEO 105 C11

World Regional Geography: SS2

38798 LIT 115 C51

Intro to Literature I: AH2

37240 GEO 105 C21

World Regional Geography: SS2

37158 LIT 201 C11

World Literature to 1600: GT-AH2

39008 GEO 105 C41

World Regional Geography: SS2

37159 LIT 202 C11

World Lit After 1600: GT-AH2

38057 GEO 106 C11

Human Geography: SS2

37331 LIT 211 C11

Amer Lit to Civil War: GT-AH2

38058 GEO 106 C21

Human Geography: SS2

37987 LIT 212 C11

Amer Lit Aft Civil War: GT-AH2

39009 LIT 221 C11

British Lit to 1770: GT-AH2

38066 LIT 225 C21

Intro to Shakespeare: AH2

37160 LIT 255 C11

Children`s Literature

37250 LIT 255 C21

Children`s Literature

39011 LIT 255 C51

Children`s Literature

37231 ECE 103 C21

Guidance Strategies Yng Child

37128 ECE 111 C11

Infant/Toddler Theory/Practice

38203 ECE 111 C21

Infant/Toddler Theory/Practice

37129 ECE 205 C11

ECE Nutrition/Health/Safety

37232 ECE 205 C21

ECE Nutrition/Health/Safety

37130 ECE 220 C11

Curriculum Methods/Techniques

37233 ECE 220 C21

Curriculum Methods/Techniques

37513 ECE 226 C21

Creativity and the Young Child

38171 ECE 238 C11

ECE Child Growth & Development

German

38175 ECE 238 C21

ECE Child Growth & Development

37143 GER 111 C11

German Language I

37131 ECE 240 C11

Admin of ECE Programs

38176 GER 111 C21

German Language I

37132 ECE 241 C11

Admin: Human Relations ECE

37133 ECE 260 C11

The Exceptional Child

37148 HIS 101 C11

Western Civ: Antiquity-1650 HI1

37985 ECE 260 C21

The Exceptional Child

37242 HIS 101 C21

Western Civ: Antiquity-1650 HI1

37149 HIS 102 C11

Western Civ: 1650-Present HI1

37243 HIS 102 C21

Western Civ: 1650-Present HI1

Economics

Humanities

Geology 37147 GEY 111 C11

Physical Geology w/Lab: SC1

37241 GEY 111 C21

Physical Geology w/Lab: SC1

38458 GEY 112 C11

Historical Geology w/Lab: SC1

Management

History

37251 MAN 200 C21

Human Resource Management I

38061 MAN 200 C41

Human Resource Management I

39012 MAN 200 C51

Human Resource Management I

37252 MAN 226 C21

Principles of Management

37161 MAN 226 C41

Principles of Management

39013 MAN 226 C51

Principles of Management

37134 ECO 201 C11

Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1

37234 ECO 201 C21

Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1

38164 HIS 111 C11

The World: Antiquity-1500: HI1

39003 ECO 201 C41

Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1

38165 HIS 111 C21

The World: Antiquity-1500: HI1

37135 ECO 202 C11

Prin of Microeconomics: SS1

38166 HIS 112 C11

The World: 1500-Present: HI1

37235 ECO 202 C21

Prin of Microeconomics: SS1

38167 HIS 112 C21

The World: 1500-Present: HI1

Prin of Microeconomics: SS1

38567 HIS 121 C11

US History to Reconst: HI1

38568 HIS 121 C21

US History to Reconst: HI1

38773 HIS 121 C41

US History to Reconst: HI1

38787 HIS 121 C51

US History to Reconst: HI1

38569 HIS 122 C11

US History since Civil War: HI1

38559 MAT 025 C12

Algebraic Literacy Lab

38570 HIS 122 C51

US History since Civil War: HI1

39213 MAT 025 C12

Algebraic Literacy Lab

37150 HIS 225 C11

Colorado History: HI1

39214 MAT 025 C12

Algebraic Literacy Lab

37244 HIS 225 C21

Colorado History: HI1

38454 MAT 050 C11

Quantitative Literacy

38774 HIS 225 C41

Colorado History: HI1

38455 MAT 050 C21

Quantitative Literacy

38788 HIS 225 C51

Colorado History: HI1

38456 MAT 055 C11

Algebraic Literacy Algebraic Literacy

39004 ECO 202 C51

Education 37333 EDU 221 C21

Introduction to Education

38796 EDU 222 C51

Effective Teaching

College Composition and Reading 38564 CCR 092 C11

Composition & Reading

38799 CCR 092 C21

Composition & Reading

38565 CCR 094 C12

Studio 121

English

Marketing 38854 MAR 160 C21

Customer Service

39014 MAR 160 C41

Customer Service

39015 MAR 160 C51

Customer Service

37253 MAR 216 C21

Principles of Marketing

37162 MAR 216 C41

Principles of Marketing

39016 MAR 216 C51

Principles of Marketing

Math

37136 ENG 121 C11

English Composition I: CO1

39044 HIS 247 C11

20th Century World History: HI1

38560 MAT 055 C12

38566 ENG 121 C12

English Composition I: CO1

39045 HIS 247 C21

20th Century World History: HI1

38457 MAT 055 C21

Algebraic Literacy

38459 ENG 121 C21

English Composition I: CO1

38806 MAT 103 C11

Math for Clinical Calculations

38771 ENG 121 C41

English Composition I: CO1

Health Professional

38807 MAT 103 C41

Math for Clinical Calculations

38785 ENG 121 C51

English Composition I: CO1

39017 MAT 103 C51

Math for Clinical Calculations

37137 ENG 122 C11

English Composition II: CO2

37163 MAT 107 C11

Career Math

37236 ENG 122 C21

English Composition II: CO2

38776 MAT 107 C41

Career Math

38772 ENG 122 C41

English Composition II: CO2

38786 ENG 122 C51

English Composition II: CO2

37237 ENG 131 C21

Technical Writing I

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

37518 HPR 178 C21

Medical Terminology

37320 HPR 178 C41

Medical Terminology

39046 HPR 178 C51

Medical Terminology

Health Wellness 37248 HWE 100 C11

Human Nutrition

38775 HWE 100 C41

Human Nutrition

38789 HWE 100 C51

Human Nutrition

Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Career Math

37164 MAT 120 C11

Math for Liberal Arts: MA1

39018 MAT 120 C21

Math for Liberal Arts: MA1

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes.

38790 MAT 107 C51

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


37165 MAT 121 C11

College Algebra: MA1

38791 PHI 111 C51

Intro to Philosophy: AH3

39037 PSY 217 C41

Human Sexuality: GT-SS3

37254 MAT 121 C21

College Algebra: MA1

37179 PHI 112 C11

Ethics: AH3

39038 PSY 217 C51

Human Sexuality: GT-SS3

37166 MAT 122 C11

College Trigonometry: MA1

37259 PHI 112 C21

Ethics: AH3

37572 PSY 226 C11

Social Psychology: SS3

39019 MAT 122 C21

College Trigonometry: MA1

37180 PHI 113 C11

Logic: AH3

37519 PSY 226 C41

Social Psychology: SS3

37167 MAT 123 C11

Finite Mathematics: MA1

37260 PHI 113 C41

Logic: AH3

39039 PSY 226 C51

Social Psychology: SS3

37168 MAT 125 C11

Survey of Calculus: MA1

38562 PHI 114 C11

Comparative Religions: AH3

39050 PSY 227 C11

Psychology of Death/Dying: SS3

37169 MAT 135 C11

Intro to Statistics: MA1

38563 PHI 114 C21

Comparative Religions: AH3

39051 PSY 227 C21

Psychology of Death/Dying: SS3

37255 MAT 135 C21

Intro to Statistics: MA1

37181 PHI 115 C11

World Religions-West: AH3

37192 PSY 235 C11 Human Growth & Development: SS3

37170 MAT 155 C11

Integrated Math I

39027 PHI 115 C21

World Religions-West: AH3

37265 PSY 235 C21 Human Growth & Development: SS3

39020 MAT 155 C21

Integrated Math I

37182 PHI 116 C11

World Religions-East: AH3

38779 PSY 235 C41 Human Growth & Development: SS3

37171 MAT 156 C11

Integrated Math II

39028 PHI 116 C21

World Religions-East: AH3

38794 PSY 235 C51 Human Growth & Development: SS3

39021 MAT 156 C21

Integrated Math II

39029 PHI 205 C11

Business Ethics: GT-AH3

37193 PSY 237 C11

Child & Adolescent Psychology

37172 MAT 166 C11

Pre-Calculus: MA1

39030 PHI 205 C21

Business Ethics: GT-AH3

37195 PSY 238 C11

Child Development: SS3

39022 MAT 166 C21

Pre-Calculus: MA1

37515 PHI 214 C11

Philosophy of Religion: AH3

38069 PSY 238 C21

Child Development: SS3

37173 MAT 201 C11

Calculus I: MA1

39031 PHI 214 C21

Philosophy of Religion: AH3

37196 PSY 249 C11

Abnormal Psychology: SS3

38808 MAT 201 C21

Calculus I: MA1

39032 PHI 218 C11

Environmental Ethics: GT-AH3

37266 PSY 249 C21

Abnormal Psychology: SS3

37174 MAT 202 C11

Calculus II: MA1

39033 PHI 218 C41

Environmental Ethics: GT-AH3

39023 MAT 202 C21

Calculus II: MA1

37175 MAT 203 C11

Calculus III: MA1

Physics

Russian

37605 MAT 255 C11

Linear Algebra

38561 MAT 265 C11

Differential Equations: MA1

Multimedia Graphic Design

37521 RUS 111 C11

37183 PHY 105 C11

Conceptual Physics w/Lab: SC1

38062 PHY 105 C21

Conceptual Physics w/Lab: SC1

37184 PHY 111 C11

Physics Alg-Based I/Lab: SC1

37522 PHY 111 C21

Physics Alg-Based I/Lab: SC1

37607 MGD 102 C21

Introduction To Multimedia

37185 PHY 112 C11

Physics Alg-Based II/Lab: SC1

37988 MGD 111 C11

Adobe Photoshop I

37186 PHY 211 C11

Physics Calc-Based I/Lab: SC1

37989 MGD 111 C41

Adobe Photoshop I

38273 MGD 112 C11

Adobe Illustrator I

Political Science

37608 MGD 112 C51

Adobe Illustrator I

38809 MGD 114 C11

Adobe InDesign

39049 MGD 133 C11

Graphic Design I

37609 MGD 141 C11

Web Design I

Music

37204 POS 105 C11

Intro to Political Science: SS1

37261 POS 105 C21

Intro to Political Science: SS1

39034 POS 105 C41

Intro to Political Science: SS1

37188 POS 111 C11

American Government: SS1

37262 POS 111 C21

American Government: SS1

39035 POS 111 C41

American Government: SS1

38275 MUS 100 C11

Music Theory Fundamentals I

37189 POS 125 C11

Amer.State/Local Govt: GT-SS1

37176 MUS 120 C11

Music Appreciation: AH1

39036 POS 125 C21

Amer.State/Local Govt: GT-SS1

37256 MUS 120 C41

Music Appreciation: AH1

37205 POS 205 C11

International Relations: SS1

37177 MUS 121 C11

Music Hist Mdvl-Classical: AH1

38068 POS 205 C21

International Relations: SS1

39025 MUS 121 C21

Music Hist Mdvl-Classical: AH1

39026 MUS 122 C11

Music Hist Romantic-Prsnt: AH1

Psychology

37257 MUS 122 C21

Music Hist Romantic-Present: AH1

38161 MUS 125 C21

History of Jazz: GT-AH1

Philosophy

37190 PSY 101 C11

General Psychology I: SS3

38778 PSY 101 C41

General Psychology I: SS3

38793 PSY 101 C51

General Psychology I: SS3

37191 PSY 102 C11

General Psychology II: SS3

37178 PHI 111 C11

Intro to Philosophy: AH3

37264 PSY 102 C51

General Psychology II: SS3

37258 PHI 111 C21

Intro to Philosophy: AH3

38811 PSY 217 C11

Human Sexuality: GT-SS3

38777 PHI 111 C41

Intro to Philosophy: AH3

38812 PSY 217 C21

Human Sexuality: GT-SS3

CCA Weekend Courses

The CCA’s Weekend Courses give you the flexibility to work and go to school. With Weekend College, you can update your skills or earn your degree; all while attending class on Friday evenings, Saturdays and Sundays. Important information: Weekend College classes may not meet every weekend. Students must attend the first class for information about additional course sessions and

39517 AAA 101 203

College 101: Student Experience

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

38177 SCI 155 C11

Integrated Sci I w/Lab: SC1

39040 SCI 155 C21

Integrated Sci I w/Lab: SC1

38258 SCI 156 C11

Integrated Sci II w/Lab: SC1

39041 SCI 156 C21

Integrated Sci II w/Lab: SC1

Sociology 37197 SOC 101 C11

Intro to Sociology I: SS3

37267 SOC 101 C21

Intro to Sociology I: SS3

38780 SOC 101 C41

Intro to Sociology I: SS3

38795 SOC 101 C51

Intro to Sociology I: SS3

37198 SOC 102 C11

Intro to Sociology II: SS3

37268 SOC 102 C51

Intro to Sociology II: SS3

39052 SOC 205 C11

Soc Of Family Dynamics: SS3

39053 SOC 205 C21

Soc Of Family Dynamics: SS3

37573 SOC 231 C11

Sociology-Deviant Behavior: SS3

37520 SOC 231 C21

Sociology-Deviant Behavior: SS3

Spanish 37199 SPA 111 C11

Spanish Language I

37269 SPA 111 C21

Spanish Language I

37200 SPA 112 C11

Spanish Language II

37270 SPA 112 C21

Spanish Language II

37201 SPA 211 C11

Spanish Language III: AH4

37271 SPA 211 C21

Spanish Language III: AH4

37202 SPA 212 C11

Spanish Language IV: AH4

39042 SPA 212 C21

Spanish Language IV: AH4

how to complete course requirements in the weekend format. Course descriptions are available in the CCA Catalog on the CCA website at www.CCAurora.edu. These courses are listed in the All CCA Courses section starting on page 18. For information on registration see page 2.

37493 COM 115 180

Public Speaking

38987 COM 262 181

Communicate/Impossible People

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes.

Russian Language I

Science

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


38988 COM 263 181

Conflict Resolution

38965 EMS 231 540

Paramedic Cardiology

38940 FST 100 500

Firefighter I

38980 COM 265 181

Effective Presentations

37595 ENG 121 380

English Composition I: CO1

38214 LIT 115 198

Intro to Literature I: AH2

37507 ECE 101 311

Intro to Early Childhood Educ

37105 ENG 122 380

English Composition II: CO2

37282 MAT 121 362

College Algebra: MA1

38882 ECE 111 361

Infant/Toddler Theory/Practice

37576 ESL 022 080

Intermediate Grammar

38480 TRI 203 170

Sight Translation

38674 EDU 222 110

Effective Teaching

38134 ESL 023 080

Advanced Grammar

38942 EMS 121 540

EMT Fundamentals

38310 ESL 043 080

Advanced Reading

38958 EMS 227 540

Paramedic Spec Considerations

37964 ESL 052 080

Intermediate Composition

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


CCA Open Entry Courses

Open learning courses allow students to register for class and start anytime during the semester. When registering for Open learning courses, students will self-select their start date and must complete the course within 15 weeks of their start date. Open learning courses are available during the daytime, evening and online to accommodate all types of student schedules. Daytime classes are on Tuesdays from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Evening classes are on Monday and Tuesday evenings. Faculty, as well as

Daytime 39431 CIS 115 910

instruction will be provided to students during scheduled class times. Open learning courses offer the opportunity to speed up the time in which a certificate or degree can be completed. For more information or questions regarding Open Entry courses as well as instructional times, please call (303) 340-7240.

Evening Intro to Computer Info Sys

CCA Open Entry Online CCA Late Start Courses

These courses are listed in the All CCA Courses section starting on page 18. For information on registration see page 2.

February 39515 AAA 101 201

College 101: Student Experience

39516 AAA 101 202

College 101: Student Experience

38460 BUS 115 214

Introduction to Business

38201 COM 115 121

Public Speaking

38987 COM 262 181

Communicate/Impossible People

38980 COM 265 181

Effective Presentations

38947 EMS 123 510

EMT Trauma Emergencies

39082 EMS 170 510

EMT Basic Clinical

39083 EMS 170 540

EMT Basic Clinical

38963 EMS 229 510

Paramedic Pharmacology

39084 EMS 233 510

Paramedic Medical Emergencies

39510 CCR 094 S51

Studio 121

39505 ENG 121 351

English Composition I: CO1

39507 ENG 121 S51

English Composition I: CO1

39513 HIS 247 113

20th Century World History: HI1

38988 COM 263 181

Conflict Resolution

39454 CNG 261 340

CISCO Network Associate II

39081 EMS 124 510

EMT Special Considerations

38958 EMS 227 540

Paramedic Spec Considerations

38020 FVM 205 310

Camera Techniques

38594 FVM 205 311

Camera Techniques

38595 FVM 206 311

Film/Video Lighting

38023 FVM 215 310

Post Production II

38576 FVM 215 311

Post Production II

38327 FVM 269 410

Writer's Workshop

38847 FVM 270 310

Film/Video Production III

38863 NUA 102 110

Certification Exam Prep

38765 NUA 170 110

Nurse Aide Clinical Experience

38897 NUA 170 111

Nurse Aide Clinical Experience

38802 REE 202 161

Real Estate Brokers II

39077 SPA 212 111

Spanish Language IV: AH4

April

38820 MAT 093 S21

Algebra Lab

39491 MAT 121 M21

College Algebra: MA1

39097 EMS 235 510

39492 MAT 121 S21

College Algebra: MA1

39095 EMS 237 540

Paramedic Internship Prep

39495 THE 105 113

Theatre Appreciation: AH1

38943 FST 107 500

HazMat Operations (Level I)

March 39517 AAA 101 203

College 101: Student Experience

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

38527 HPR 178 110

Medical Terminology

38859 HPR 180 510

Phlebotomy Internship

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes.

Paramedic Trauma Emergencies

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


39485 FST 109 501

October 39478 FST 100 501

Firefighter I

39479 FST 102 501

Principles/Emergency Services

39480 FST 103 501

Fire Behavior & Combustion

39481 FST 105 501

Building Construction for Fire

39482 FST 106 501

Fire Prevention

39484 FST 107 501

HazMat Operations (Level I)

Occupational Safety & Health

November 39140 MAT 120 377

Math for Liberal Arts: MA1

December

CCA Hybrid Courses

Hybrid courses offer the convenience of an Internet course with the opportunity to meet face to face with the instructor and classmates. Although all of the work can be done through the Internet, scheduled meeting times will be published for each course. There may be mandatory onsite meetings for some courses to take mid

39464 EMS 115 600

Emergency Medical Responder

39462 PED 112 600

Fitness Center Activity III

term or final examinations. Course descriptions are available in the CCA Catalog on the CCA website at www.CCAurora.edu. These courses are listed in the All CCA Courses section starting on page 18. For information on registration see page 2.

39498 BUS 181 101

Internship

38674 EDU 222 110

Effective Teaching

38498 MGD 105 171

Typography & Layout

38499 CNG 262 440

CISCO Network Associate III

38308 ESL 053 172

Advanced Composition

38480 TRI 203 170

Sight Translation

38500 CNG 263 440

CISCO Network Associate IV

38288 HPR 178 170

Medical Terminology

38882 ECE 111 361

Infant/Toddler Theory/Practice

38529 HWE 100 170

Human Nutrition

38883 ECE 220 375

Curriculum Methods/Techniques

37206 HWE 100 171

Human Nutrition

38860 EDU 221 171

Introduction to Education

38893 HWE 100 172

Human Nutrition

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


Lowry Courses

These courses are listed in the All CCA Courses section starting on page 18. For information on registration see page 2.

39516 AAA 101 202

College 101: Student Experience

37034 BUS 216 110

Legal Environment of Business

37058 ECO 202 111

37001 ACC 121 110

Accounting Principles I

37035 BUS 216 171

Legal Environment of Business

38148 ECO 202 161

Prin of Microeconomics: SS1

37002 ACC 121 111

Accounting Principles I

38531 BUS 217 111

Bus Communication/Rept Write

39464 EMS 115 600

Emergency Medical Responder

37003 ACC 121 160

Accounting Principles I

37036 BUS 217 362

Bus Communication/Rept Write

38939 EMS 121 510

EMT Fundamentals

37004 ACC 122 310

Accounting Principles II

38144 BUS 226 110

Business Statistics

38942 EMS 121 540

EMT Fundamentals

38873 ACC 122 330

Accounting Principles II

37037 BUS 226 160

Business Statistics

38954 EMS 225 510

Paramedic Practice

37005 ACC 122 360

Accounting Principles II

37040 CHE 101 310

Intro to Chemistry I/Lab: SC1

38956 EMS 226 510

Paramedic Practice - Lab

38304 ACC 226 360

Cost Accounting

38070 CHE 101 311

Intro to Chemistry I/Lab: SC1

38958 EMS 227 540

Paramedic Spec Considerations

39110 ANT 101 113

Cultural Anthropology: SS3

38814 CHE 101 312

Intro to Chemistry I/Lab: SC1

38960 EMS 228 540

Special Considerations Lab

37007 ART 110 111

Art Appreciation: AH1

39500 CHE 101 313

Intro to Chemistry I/Lab: SC1

38963 EMS 229 510

Paramedic Pharmacology

38604 ART 110 140

Art Appreciation: AH1

37041 CHE 101 360

Intro to Chemistry I/Lab: SC1

38964 EMS 230 540

Paramedic Pharmacology Lab

37010 AST 101 110

Astronomy I w/Lab: SC1

37366 CHE 111 310

Gen College Chem I/Lab: SC1

38965 EMS 231 540

Paramedic Cardiology

37011 AST 101 111

Astronomy I w/Lab: SC1

37042 CHE 111 360

Gen College Chem I/Lab: SC1

38966 EMS 232 540

Paramedic Cardiology Lab

37012 AST 101 160

Astronomy I w/Lab: SC1

37043 CHE 112 310

Gen College Chem II/Lab: SC1

38961 EMS 234 540

Medical Emergencies Lab

37014 AST 102 110

Astronomy II w/Lab: SC1

37583 CHE 112 360

Gen College Chem II/Lab: SC1

39097 EMS 235 510

Paramedic Trauma Emergencies

37938 BIO 105 110

Science of Biology w/Lab: SC1

37584 CHE 212 310

Organic Chemistry II w/Lab

38957 EMS 236 540

Trauma Emergencies Lab

37015 BIO 105 160

Science of Biology w/Lab: SC1

38967 COM 115 120

Public Speaking

39095 EMS 237 540

Paramedic Internship Prep

38031 BIO 106 110

Basic Anatomy And Physiology

38292 COM 115 123

Public Speaking

39055 EGG 106 110

Robotics Design

38032 BIO 106 160

Basic Anatomy And Physiology

38878 COM 115 141

Public Speaking

39477 EGG 106 111

Robotics Design

37018 BIO 111 110

Gen College Biology I/Lab: SC1

39088 COM 125 500

Interpersonal Communication

38448 CCR 094 S25

Studio 121

37939 BIO 111 111

Gen College Biology I/Lab: SC1

38483 CIS 115 110

Intro to Computer Info Sys

39510 CCR 094 S51

Studio 121

38181 BIO 111 112

Gen College Biology I/Lab: SC1

38074 CIS 118 140

Intro PC Applications

39511 CCR 094 S52

Studio 121

38182 BIO 111 113

Gen College Biology I/Lab: SC1

38332 CIS 118 510

Intro PC Applications

38553 CCR 094 S60

Studio 121

37020 BIO 111 114

Gen College Biology I/Lab: SC1

38484 CIS 128 110

OS: Windows 10; Linux; MAC OSX

37610 ENG 121 324

English Composition I: CO1

37019 BIO 111 115

Gen College Biology I/Lab: SC1

38974 CIS 202 110

Automat Prjt Man: MS Project

37496 ENG 121 325

English Composition I: CO1

39497 BIO 111 116

Gen College Biology I/Lab: SC1

39076 CIS 223 110

Linux

39465 ENG 121 328

English Composition I: CO1

37021 BIO 111 160

Gen College Biology I/Lab: SC1

38644 CIS 243 310

Introduction to SQL

38394 ENG 121 333

English Composition I: CO1

37022 BIO 111 161

Gen College Biology I/Lab: SC1

38482 CIS 263 340

PC Help Desk Skills

38395 ENG 121 334

English Composition I: CO1

37940 BIO 112 310

Gen College Biology II/Lab: SC1

38830 CIS 268 310

Systems Analysis and Design I

39505 ENG 121 351

English Composition I: CO1

38465 BIO 112 360

Gen College Biology II/Lab: SC1

38162 CNG 101 340

Networking Fundamentals

39506 ENG 121 352

English Composition I: CO1

37023 BIO 201 310 Human Anatomy&Phys w/Lab I: SC1

37044 CNG 121 440

Computer Technician I: A+

38548 ENG 121 360

English Composition I: CO1

37024 BIO 201 311 Human Anatomy&Phys w/Lab I: SC1

37045 CNG 122 440

Computer Technician II: A+

38383 ENG 121 S25

English Composition I: CO1

37941 BIO 201 312 Human Anatomy&Phys w/Lab I: SC1

38979 CNG 131 110

Prin of Information Assurance

39507 ENG 121 S51

English Composition I: CO1

37025 BIO 201 360 Human Anatomy&Phys w/Lab I: SC1

39455 CNG 260 340

CISCO Network Associate I

39508 ENG 121 S52

English Composition I: CO1

37026 BIO 202 310

Human Anatomy&Phys II/Lab: SC1

39454 CNG 261 340

CISCO Network Associate II

38549 ENG 121 S60

English Composition I: CO1

37027 BIO 202 311

Human Anatomy&Phys II/Lab: SC1

38499 CNG 262 440

CISCO Network Associate III

39463 ENG 122 309

English Composition II: CO2

37028 BIO 202 360

Human Anatomy&Phys II/Lab: SC1

38500 CNG 263 440

CISCO Network Associate IV

37100 ENG 122 313

English Composition II: CO2

38158 BIO 202 N11

Human Anatomy&Phys II/Lab: SC1

38333 CSC 119 310

Introduction to Programming

37104 ENG 122 318

English Composition II: CO2

37029 BIO 204 310

Microbiology w/Lab: SC1

38717 CSC 161 310

Computer Sci II: Java

39466 ENG 122 330

English Composition II: CO2

37498 BIO 204 311

Microbiology w/Lab: SC1

38501 CSC 237 340

Advanced C# Programming

38051 ENG 122 340

English Composition II: CO2

37030 BIO 204 360

Microbiology w/Lab: SC1

38720 CSC 237 376

Advanced C# Programming

37591 ENG 122 371

English Composition II: CO2

37942 BIO 216 360

Pathophysiology

38973 CWB 110 140

Cmplt Web Author: HTML

38940 FST 100 500

Firefighter I

37031 BUS 115 110

Introduction to Business

37047 CRJ 110 110

Intro to Criminal Justice SS3

38941 FST 102 500

Principles/Emergency Services

38072 BUS 115 112

Introduction to Business

37048 CRJ 110 160

Intro to Criminal Justice SS3

38943 FST 107 500

HazMat Operations (Level I)

38186 BUS 115 113

Introduction to Business

38147 CRJ 127 160

Crime Scene Investigation

38699 FST 109 500

Occupational Safety & Health

37032 BUS 115 160

Introduction to Business

37581 CRJ 145 160

Correctional Process

38944 FST 170 500

Fire Clinical I

38460 BUS 115 214

Introduction to Business

37055 ECO 201 113

Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1

38002 FVM 105 410

Video Production I

39498 BUS 181 101

Internship

37056 ECO 201 114

Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1

38003 FVM 105 411

Video Production I

39499 BUS 181 102

Internship

38532 ECO 201 162

Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1

38832 FVM 105 412

Video Production I

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Prin of Microeconomics: SS1

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


38856 FVM 105 413

Video Production I

38284 FVM 220 340

16mm/HD Production

38820 MAT 093 S21

Algebra Lab

38005 FVM 117 310

Understanding Actor's Process

38843 FVM 222 310

Writing the Web Series

38665 MAT 101 A62

Enhanced Mathematics Support

38006 FVM 117 311

Understanding Actor's Process

38035 FVM 228 340

Screen Actor Movement/Action II

37272 MAT 120 310

Math for Liberal Arts: MA1

38007 FVM 117 312

Understanding Actor's Process

38844 FVM 229 310

Production III Preparation

38968 MAT 120 361

Math for Liberal Arts: MA1

38008 FVM 117 313

Understanding Actor's Process

38851 FVM 232 340

Writing the TV Pilot

38824 MAT 120 S10

Math for Liberal Arts: MA1

38833 FVM 117 340

Understanding Actor's Process

38577 FVM 236 310

Creative Producing

38928 MAT 121 311

College Algebra: MA1

38009 FVM 118 310

Screen Actor Improvisation

38846 FVM 248 310

Post Production Sound

38930 MAT 121 360

College Algebra: MA1

38010 FVM 136 410

Short Script Analysis

38036 FVM 251 310

Feature Script Analysis

38025 MAT 121 M17

College Algebra: MA1

38011 FVM 136 411

Short Script Analysis

38447 FVM 252 340

Writing the Independent Film

38138 MAT 121 M18

College Algebra: MA1

38835 FVM 136 412

Short Script Analysis

39109 FVM 264 340

Digital Effects

39491 MAT 121 M21

College Algebra: MA1

38857 FVM 136 413

Short Script Analysis

38254 FVM 268 410

Feature Rewrites Workshop

39094 MAT 121 S17

College Algebra: MA1

38013 FVM 150 310

Development Film Expression

38327 FVM 269 410

Writer's Workshop

38925 MAT 121 S18

College Algebra: MA1

38014 FVM 150 311

Development Film Expression

38847 FVM 270 310

Film/Video Production III

39492 MAT 121 S21

College Algebra: MA1

38012 FVM 150 340

Development Film Expression

38001 FVM 271 310

Post Production III

38542 MAT 125 360

Survey of Calculus: MA1

38834 FVM 153 310

Intro to Film Production

38579 FVM 275 310

Color Grading

37288 MAT 135 310

Intro to Statistics: MA1

38584 FVM 155 310

Writing the Short Script

38580 FVM 275 312

Cutting the Documentary

39060 MAT 135 313

Intro to Statistics: MA1

38015 FVM 155 311

Writing the Short Script

39064 FVM 275 313

Writing for Interactive Games

37586 MAT 156 360

Integrated Math II

38142 FVM 155 312

Writing the Short Script

38848 FVM 275 570

Commercial Production

37295 MAT 201 310

Calculus I: MA1

38836 FVM 155 313

Writing the Short Script

38037 FVM 287 609

Internship

37296 MAT 201 311

Calculus I: MA1

38016 FVM 160 410

Post Production I

37203 GEY 111 110

Physical Geology w/Lab: SC1

38498 MGD 105 171

Typography & Layout

38017 FVM 160 411

Post Production I

37499 GEY 111 160

Physical Geology w/Lab: SC1

38861 MGD 111 310

Adobe Photoshop I

38838 FVM 160 412

Post Production I

37500 HIS 111 161

The World: Antiquity-1500: HI1

38649 MGD 114 110

Adobe InDesign

38858 FVM 160 413

Post Production I

37501 HIS 247 112

20th Century World History: HI1

38764 NUA 101 110

Nurse Aide Health Care Skills

38837 FVM 164 310

Digital Editing: Final Cut Pro

39513 HIS 247 113

20th Century World History: HI1

38863 NUA 102 110

Certification Exam Prep

38588 FVM 181 340

American New Wave

38616 HPR 101 110

Customer Service in Healthcare

37304 PAR 115 160

Introduction to Law

38589 FVM 183 340

Neo Realism and New Wave Films

38617 HPR 102 110

CPR for Professionals

37578 PAR 116 160

Torts

38018 FVM 185 310

Documentary Film

38892 HPR 112 140

Phlebotomy

37579 PAR 117 160

Family Law

38590 FVM 188 310

The Comedy Film

39065 HPR 116 110

Computers in Health Care

37580 PAR 205 160

Criminal Law

38019 FVM 200 310

Video Production II

38527 HPR 178 110

Medical Terminology

37306 PAR 213 160

Legal Research & Writing I

38592 FVM 200 311

Video Production II

38424 HPR 178 111

Medical Terminology

37307 PAR 214 160

Legal Research & Writing II

38004 FVM 202 310

Film/Video Business-IM

38288 HPR 178 170

Medical Terminology

37309 PHI 111 112

Intro to Philosophy: AH3

39488 FVM 202 340

Film/Video Business-IM

38992 HPR 219 N11

Professional Nursing Path II

37311 PHI 112 111

Ethics: AH3

37999 FVM 204 110

Art Direction

37207 HWE 100 110

Human Nutrition

38901 PED 110 500

Fitness Center Activity I

39111 FVM 204 311

Art Direction

38631 HWE 100 111

Human Nutrition

39462 PED 112 600

Fitness Center Activity III

38020 FVM 205 310

Camera Techniques

38529 HWE 100 170

Human Nutrition

38813 PHY 112 310

Physics Alga-Based II/Lab: SC1

38594 FVM 205 311

Camera Techniques

37206 HWE 100 171

Human Nutrition

37582 PHY 212 310

Physics Calc-Based II/Lab: SC1

38180 FVM 206 310

Film/Video Lighting

38893 HWE 100 172

Human Nutrition

38818 PHY 212 360

Physics Calc-Based II/Lab: SC1

38595 FVM 206 311

Film/Video Lighting

37208 LIT 255 160

Children`s Literature

38221 PSY 101 111

General Psychology I: SS3

38839 FVM 207 310

Directing Workshop

38149 MAN 156 111

Problem Solving-Bus Environment

39112 PSY 101 122

General Psychology I: SS3

38021 FVM 208 340

Sound for Film/Video

38150 MAN 201 310

Human Resources Management II

38801 REE 201 161

Real Estate Brokers I

38022 FVM 209 310

Production Management

38534 MAN 212 311

Negotiation/Conflict Resolutn

38802 REE 202 161

Real Estate Brokers II

38840 FVM 209 340

Production Management

38151 MAN 225 360

Managerial Finance

39495 THE 105 113

Theatre Appreciation: AH1

38033 FVM 211 310

Studio Recording for Voice

38305 MAR 240 110

International Marketing

38354 TRI 201 161

Consecutive Interpretation I

38185 FVM 212 340

Contemporary Global Cinema

39493 MAT 050 Q16

Quantitative Literacy

38479 TRI 202 161

Simultaneous Interpretation I

38841 FVM 213 310

Cinematography

39063 MAT 050 Q63

Quantitative Literacy

38480 TRI 203 170

Sight Translation

38023 FVM 215 310

Post Production II

38557 MAT 055 A62

Algebraic Literacy

38900 TRI 205 161

Simultaneous Interpretation II

38576 FVM 215 311

Post Production II

38821 MAT 092 S10

Quant Lab

38034 FVM 216 310

Producing the Independent Film

39092 MAT 093 S17

Algebra Lab

38143 FVM 217 310

Acting for the Screen

38909 MAT 093 S18

Algebra Lab

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


Reading the Schedule SEC CRN CR

Course Number

DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC

RM

INST

Instructor – If this reads STAFF, it means

The course number consists of two parts:

that the instructor had not yet been

PREREQ: required course to take

• Three-letter prefix for the subject area

assigned when the schedule went to press.

before this class.

• Three-digit course number (Use this

Names subject to change.

COREQ: required course to take at

number to look up the course

the same time as this class.

Course Description –

description in the College Catalog.)

Summarizes the

Course Notes –

content of the class

Course name – Course name is

Location –

Provides additional

abbreviated to fit the space.

CAMPUS AND BUILDING CentreTech Campus

course information .

Lowry Campus

Color shading indicates an evening class

ACC 121 ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES I

Introduces the study of accounting principles for understanding the theory and logic that underlie procedures and practices. Major topics include the accounting cycle for service and merchandising companies, special journals, subsidiary ledgers, internal control principles and practices, notes and interest, inventory systems, costing, plant assets, intangible asset accounting, depreciation methods, and practices. Prerequisite: Successful completion of REA 060 (grade “C” or higher) or equivalent assessment scores (RC: 62+, ACT Reading 16+). Course Note: Also available as an online course

111

30005

4

19-Jan-10

6-May-10

0200PM 0350PM

TR

CLCNOR

201

Schmitt T

160

30006

4

20-Jan-10

10-May-10

0600PM 0750PM

MW

CLCNOR

201

STAFF

Three-digit We may teach several sections (classes) of the same course in one semester.

Room

Time of class

section number.

Dates – Indicates dates Call # or CRN number is a five-digit number that identifies each

class will run. Cr – Credit hours are based on the

individual class section. This

number of hours per week the class

number is crucial for class identification when registering.

meets and the length of the term.

Days – Refers to the days of the week the class is held: M - Monday T - Tuesday W - Wednesday R - Thursday F - Friday

ONLINE Taught entirely on the Internet.

ABBREVIATIONS

TECH

Classes use an innovative approach

to learning mathematics. They are

taught with the assistance of an

interactive software to help with

ARR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Arranged

student’s specific needs.

COREQ. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Corequisite

HYBRID Taught in on-site classroom and in

CC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CCA CentreTech Campus CL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CCA Lowry Campus THP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pickens Tech

PREREQ. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Prerequisite

Section number 609/610 indicates a self-paced class NOTES ARR – ARR means to be arranged. Contact the

off-site location either online, in field

study or independent study. SELF-PACED Self-paced classes are designed to

be completed in one semester. The

classes are Internet based while at the

same time, instructors are available to

meet with students at specified times.

instructor or the department for specifics whenever ARR appears in one of the columns.

WEEKEND Taught on Friday evenings, Saturdays

and/or Sundays.

(gt)

Means this is a statewide guaranteed

FIND YOUR CLASSES

transfer course

S - Saturday

EXAMPLE: TR means the class meets Tuesday and Thursday

U - Sunday

CLASS LOCATIONS Lowry Campus Buildings CLCNOR......................Lowry-North Quad CLCSIM.......Lowry-Center for Simulations CLCWES.......................Lowry-West Quad CLCCFS.......Lowry-Colorado Film School CentreTech Campus Buildings CADM....................Administration Building CCLA...........................Classroom Building CFA...............................Fine Arts Buildings CST....................................Student Center CON..............CCA Online and CCC Online


Courses SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT STRATEGIES Department Chair: Vacant (303) 340-7451

AAA 101 THE STUDENT EXPERIENCE

Introduces students to college culture and prepares them for the challenges they will face in higher education. Through a series of interactive seminars, students discover learning in a multicultural environment and use college and community resources to attain education and career goals.

Permission of the Student Success Center 201

39515

1

0600PM

0800PM

R

CST

204

STAFF

202

39516

1

13-Feb-17

2-Feb-17 16-Mar-17 LATE START 4-Apr-17 LATE START

0600PM

0800PM

M

CLCNOR

109

STAFF

203

39517

1 11-Mar-17

29-Apr-17 LATE START

0900AM

1200PM

S

CST

204

STAFF

AAA 109 ADVANCED ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT

Examines theories and practices associated with successful learning to enhance college success. Areas of study include education and career planning, effective communication, personal management, critical and creative thinking, development of community and awareness of diversity, leadership, and techniques for successful academic performance. Recommended for new and returning students.

Course Note: CCR 092 must be taken at the same time as AAA 109. To register enter the CRN for BOTH the CCR 092 and AAA 109 at the same time or you will get a prerequisite error. If you have difficulties please see an advisor for assistance. 111

38742

3

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

1030AM

1145AM

MW

CCLA

207B

Navarro, J

112 115 116 140

38743 38746 38747 38871

3 3 3 3

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17 8-May-17

1200PM 1030AM 0400PM 0600PM

0115PM 1145AM 0515PM 0715PM

MW TR TR MW

CCLA CCLA CCLA CFA

204 207B 207B 101

Nittmann, K Aragon, R Hernandez de la Garza, M Vasquez, A

ACCOUNTING

Department Chair: Heather McMichael (303) 340-7232, Administrative Assistant: Vacant (303) 340-7240

ACC 121 ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES I

Introduces the study of accounting principles for understanding the theory and logic that underlie procedures and practices. Major topics include the accounting cycle for service and merchandising companies, special journals, subsidiary ledgers, internal control principles and practices, notes and interest, inventory systems, costing, plant assets, intangible asset accounting, depreciation methods, and practices.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 and MAT 050 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores 110 111

37001 37002

4 4

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17

0900AM 0200PM

1050AM 0350PM

MW TR

CLCWES CLCWES

200 200

Karras, V Karras, V

160

37003

4

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0600PM

0750PM

MW

CLCWES

200

Hameroff, M

ACC 122 ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES II

Continues the study of accounting principles as they apply to partnerships and corporations. Major topics include stocks and bonds; investments; cash flow statements; financial analysis; budgeting; and cost and managerial accounting.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ACC 121 or equivalent (grade C or higher). 310

37004

4

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0900AM

1050AM

TR

CLCWES

200

Karras, V

330 360

38873 37005

4 4

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17

0200PM 0600PM

0350PM 0750PM

MW TR

CLCWES CLCWES

200 200

Karras, V Adelman, E

ACC 226 COST ACCOUNTING I

Studies cost accumulation methods and reports. Focuses on the concepts and procedures of job order, process, standard and direct cost system, budgeting, planning, and control of costs.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ACC 122 (grade C or higher). 360

38304

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

M

CLCWES

115

Adelman, E

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE

Department Chair: Ana Martin-Mejia (303) 340-7567, Academic Support Specialist: Lauryn Gangle-Wythe (303) 360-4749 CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

ASL 121 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I

Exposes students to American Sign Language. Readiness activities are conducted focusing on visual/receptive skills and basic communication. Utilizes the direct experience method.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: Students must complete this course with a grade B or higher or pass an ASL proficiency test with a score of at least 80% or better prior to registering for ASL 122 if planning to enroll in the Interpreter Preparation Program at Front Range Community College or Pikes Peak Community College. 161

38326

5

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0600PM

0815PM

MW

CCLA

207A

Young, T

ASL 122 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE II

Develops a basic syntactic knowledge of American Sign Language (ASL), basic vocabulary, and basic conversational skills. Incorporates vital aspects of deaf culture and community. The direct experience method is used to enhance the learning process.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ASL 121 (grade C or higher) or passing the ASL Proficiency Exam or permission by department chair. Course Note: Students must complete this course with a grade B or higher or pass the ASL 121 proficiency test at 80% or better prior to acceptance into the Interpreter Preparation Program at Front Range Community College or Pikes Peak Community College. 161

37575

5

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0600PM

0815PM

TR

CCLA

207A

Berman, R

ASL 123 AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE III

Provides the student an opportunity to develop a stronger grasp of American Sign Language (ASL), as well as the cultural features of the language. ASL vocabulary is also increased. The direct experience method is used to further enhance the learning process. This course is a continuation of ASL 122 with more emphasis on expressive skills in signing.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ASL 122 (grade C or higher). Course Note: This course is part of the Interpreter Preparation Program at FRCC or PPCC. 161

39072

5

18-Jan-17

3-May-17

0600PM

0815PM

MW

CCLA

207B

Eubanks, N

ANTHROPOLOGY

Coordinator: Department Chair: Bobby Pace (303) 360-4940, Academic Support Specialist: Rebecca Pritchard (303) 360-4731

ANT 101 CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY (GT: SS3)

Studies human cultural patterns and learned behavior. Includes linguistics, social and political organization, religion, culture and personality, culture change, and applied anthropology.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092, CCR 093 or CCR 094 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 110 113

38428 39110

3 3

18-Jan-17 23-Jan-17

8-May-17 8-May-17

0930AM 1130AM

1045AM 0210PM

MW M

CCLA CLCSIM

301 119

Hirsh, E Reimer, M

ANT 107 INTRODUCTION TO ARCHAEOLOGY (GT: SS3)

Introduces the science of recovering the human prehistoric and historic past through excavation, analysis, and interpretation of material remains. Includes a survey of the archaeology of different areas of the Old and New Worlds. Also includes the works of selected archaeologists and discussions of major archaeological theories.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092, CCR 093 or CCR 094 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111

38431

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0930AM

1045AM

TR

CCLA

301

Hirsh, E

ANT 111 BIOLOGICAL ANTHROPOLOGY W/LAB (GT-SC1)

Focuses on the study of the human species and related organisms, and examines principles of genetics, evolution, anatomy, classification, and ecology, including a survey of human variation and adaptation, living primate biology and behavior, and primate and human fossil evolutionary history.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092, CCR 093 or CCR 094 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Co-requisite: ANT 104 Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111

38698

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

4

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

0315PM

MW

CCLA

301

Hirsh, E

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes.

1230PM

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


Courses SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

ANT 201 INTRODUCTION TO FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY (GT: SS3)

Studies the basic principles of forensic anthropology, an applied field within the discipline of physical anthropology. Includes the study of the human skeleton, practical application of physical anthropology and archaeology, and judicial procedure, as they relate to the identification of human remains within a medico-legal context.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092, CCR 093 or CCR 094 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 160

38432

3

19-Jan-17

4-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

R

CCLA

301

Scott, G

ANT 215 INDIANS OF NORTH AMERICA (GT: SS3)

Studies the Indians of North America from the origins of native peoples in the New World, through the development of geographic culture areas, to European contact and subsequent contemporary Native American issues.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092, CCR 093 or CCR 094 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 110

38676

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

1100AM

1215PM

TR

CCLA

301

Hirsh, E

It is highly recommend that students also take HIS 208 111 (GT: HI1) American Indian History, scheduled immediately after this course.

ART

Department Chair: Lynette Jachowicz, Academic Support Specialist: Adrienne Kruger (303) 340-7335

ART 110 ART APPRECIATION (GT: AH1)

Introduces the cultural significance of the visual arts, including media, processes, techniques, traditions, and terminology.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111

37007

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

1100AM

1215PM

TR

CLCNOR

216

140 162 163 176

38604 37008 38159 37937

3 3 3 3

17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 23-Jan-17

2-May-17 3-May-17 3-May-17 8-May-17 ONLINE

0600PM 0200PM 0600PM ARR

0840PM 0440PM 0840PM ARR

T W W

CLCNOR CCLA CCLA CON

216 104 104 CCA ONLINE

Clark, S Clark, S Wakefield, S Skurky-Thomas, J Backman, K

177

38606

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17 ONLINE

ARR

ARR

CON

CCA ONLINE

Backman, K

ART 112 ART HISTORY - RENAISSANCE TO MODERN (GT: AH1)

Provides the knowledge base to understand the visual arts, especially as related to Western Culture. Surveys the visual arts from the Renaissance to 1900.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 110

37347

3

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

1230PM

0145PM

MW

CCLA

104

Schreiber, L

111

38525

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0600PM

0715PM

TR

CCLA

104

Schreiber, L

ART 121 DRAWING I

Investigates the various approaches and media that students need to develop drawing skills and visual perception. 111 37009 3 18-Jan-17 8-May-17 0900AM 1210PM MW 140

38985

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

CCLA

311

Wakefield, S

0600PM

0840PM

TR

CCLA

311

Painter, W

0930AM

1210PM

TR

CCLA

311

Wakefield, S

ART 128 FIGURE DRAWING I

Introduces the basic techniques of drawing the human figure.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ART 121 (grade C or higher). 110

38155

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

ART 131 VISUAL CONCEPTS 2-D DESIGN

Examines the basic elements of design, visual perception, and artistic form and composition as they relate to two-dimensional media.

Course Note: Students are encourages to take 2D Design at the same time or before other studio art elective courses. 110

39075

3

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0930AM

1210PM

MW

CCLA

314

O'Donnell, K

ART 132 VISUAL CONCEPTS 3-D DESIGN

Focuses on learning to apply the elements and principles of design to three-dimensional problems. CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ART 131 (grade C or higher) 112

38345

3

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0930AM

1210PM

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

MW

CCLA

INST

315

Harrell, K

ART 134 VISUAL CONCEPTS 4-D DESIGN

Explores the artistic possibilities of time and movement in art and design. Students will be introduced to various methods and mediums as they apply the principles of design to time-based art and design projects. Students will be challenged to develop conceptually through individual and collaborative projects that may include flip-book animations, claymation, stop-motion animation, cinema graphs, video, or performance art. Collaborative and creative problem solving skills will be encouraged.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ART 131 (grade C or higher) 110

38347

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

TR

CCLA

215

Stormes, S

ART 139 DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY I

Introduces the basic concepts of digital imaging as applied to photography. Using applicable technology and hands on experience, modern developments are presented leading to the present applications of digital imaging which combine traditional photographic ideas with electronic media. Enables the student to learn how to operate image manipulation software using a variety of scanning equipment, software tools and output devices by executing new assignments and applying these technologies to their photographic process. 140 38156 3 18-Jan-17 8-May-17 0600PM 0840PM MW CCLA 215 Stormes, S

ART 207 ART HISTORY - 1900 TO PRESENT (GT: AH1)

Provides students with the knowledge base to understand the visual arts as related to Modern and Contemporary visual art. Surveys world art of the twentieth century, including Modernism to Post-Modernism.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092, CCR 093, or CCR 094 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 140

38723

3

19-Jan-17

4-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

R

CCLA

102

Manning, R

315

O'Donnell, K

ART 221 DRAWING II

Explores expressive drawing techniques with an emphasis on formal composition, color media and content or thematic development

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ART 121 (grade C or higher). 160

38607

3

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0200PM

0440PM

MW

CCLA

ART 228 ADVANCED FIGURE DRAWING Provides continuing study of the various methods of drawing the human figure, with emphasis on the description of form and individual style.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ART 128 (grade C or higher). 310

38612

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0930AM

1210PM

TR

CCLA

311

Wakefield, S

ART 239 DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY II

Expands upon the beginning digital photography class. Focuses on digital photography in terms of design and communication factors including color, visual design, lighting, graphics, and aesthetics.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ART 139 (grade C or higher). 360

38610

3

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

MW

CCLA

215

Stormes, S

ART 275 SPECIAL TOPICS: FINE ART STUDIO

Provides students with a vehicle to pursue in depth exploration of special topics of interest. 609 39526 3 17-Jan-17 8-May-17 SELF PACED ARR

ARR

Harrell, K

ASTRONOMY

Department Chair: Martha Jackson-Carter (303) 340-7120, Administrative Assistant: Vacant (303) 340-7037

AST 101 ASTRONOMY I (GT: SC1)

Focuses on the history of astronomy, the tools of the astronomer, and the contents of the solar system including the planets, moons, asteroids, comets, and meteoroids. Incorporates laboratory experience.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of CCR 092, CCR 093, CCR 094 or MAT 050 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


Courses SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

110 111 160

37010 37011 37012

4 4 4

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17

0900AM 0100PM 0600PM

1115AM 0315PM 0815PM

176

37013

4

23-Jan-17

8-May-17 ONLINE

ARR

ARR

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

MW TR TR

CLCWES CLCWES CLCWES

INST

212 212 212

Geise, K Bell, S Bell, S Sessions, L

AST 102 ASTRONOMY II (GT: SC1)

Emphasizes the structure and life cycle of the stars, the sun, galaxies, and the universe as a whole, including cosmology and relativity. Incorporates laboratory experience.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092, CCR 093, CCR 094 or MAT 050 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 110

37014

4

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0900AM

1115AM

TR

CLCWES

212

Mickle, R

BIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY

Department Chair: Martha Jackson-Carter (303) 340-7120, Administrative Assistant: Vacant (303) 340-7037

BIO 105 SCIENCE OF BIOLOGY (GT: SC1)

Examines the basis of biology in the modern world and surveys the current knowledge and conceptual framework of the discipline. Explores biology as a science - a process of gaining new knowledge - as is the impact of biological science on society. Includes laboratory experiences. Designed for non-science majors.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of CCR 092, CCR 093, or CCR 094 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 110 160

37938 37015

4 4

17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

4-May-17 4-May-17

0900AM 0600PM

1140AM 0840PM

TR TR

CLCWES CLCWES

205 205

Harrell, J Pradhan, S

BIO 106 BASIC ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY

Focuses on basic knowledge of body structures and function, and provides a foundation for understanding deviations from normal and disease conditions. This course is designed for individuals interested in health care and is directly applicable to the Practical Nursing Program, Paramedic Program, and the Medical Office Technology program.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores 110

38031

4

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0900AM

1140AM

MW

CLCWES

216

DiPaolo, A

160

38032

4

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

TR

CLCWES

216

DiPaolo, A

BIO 111 GENERAL COLLEGE BIOLOGY I WITH LAB (GT: SC1)

Examines the fundamental molecular, cellular, and genetic principles characterizing plants and animals. Includes cell structure and function, and the metabolic processes of respiration and photosynthesis, as well as cell reproduction, and basic concepts of heredity. This course includes laboratory experience.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 094 and MAT 050 or MAT 055 (all grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 110 111 112 113 114

37018 37939 38181 38182 37020

5 5 5 5 5

18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 8-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17

0900AM 0100PM 0900AM 0900AM 0100PM

1205PM 0405PM 1205PM 1205PM 0405PM

MW MW MW TR TR

CLCWES CLCWES CLCWES CLCWES CLCWES

207 207 211 211 207

Brandao, K Brandao, K Huang, L DiPaolo, A Doherty, J

115 116 160 161

37019 39497 37021 37022

5 5 5 5

17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

4-May-17 4-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17

0900AM 0100PM 0600PM 0600PM

1205PM 0400PM 0905PM 0905PM

TR TR MW TR

CLCWES CLCWES CLCWES CLCWES

207 205 207 207

Hattar, R Smith, V Huang, L Smith, V

BIO 112 GENERAL COLLEGE BIOLOGY II WITH LAB (GT: SC1)

A continuation of Biology I. Includes ecology, evolution, classification, structure, and function in plants and animals. This course includes laboratory experience.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of BIO 111 (grade C or higher). Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 310 360

37940 38465

5 5

18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

8-May-17 8-May-17

0900AM 0600PM

1205PM 0905PM

MW MW

CLCWES CLCWES

205 205

Hattar, R Doherty, J

BIO 116 INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN DISEASE (GT: SC2) CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

Focused analysis of the causes and mechanics of human illness and death will be presented for each of the major human body systems. Selected diseases will be studied in greater detail including etiology, pathogenesis, epidemiology, sociology, and therapy.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of CCR 092, CCR 093, or CCR 094 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 176

38183

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17 ONLINE

ARR

ARR

Cabrera, N

BIO 201 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I (GT: SC1)

Focuses on an integrated study of the human body, including the histology, anatomy, and physiology of each system. Examines molecular, cellular, and tissue levels of organization plus integuments, skeletal, articulations, muscular, nervous, and endocrine systems. Includes a mandatory hands-on laboratory experience covering experimentation, microscopy, observations, and dissections. This is the first semester of a two-semester sequence.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of BIO 111 (grade C or higher) or equivalent or permission of Department Chair. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 310 311 312 360

37023 37024 37941 37025

4 4 4 4

18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

8-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17 8-May-17

0900AM 0100PM 0900AM 0600PM

1140AM 0340PM 1140AM 0840PM

MW MW TR MW

CLCWES CLCWES CLCWES CLCWES

202 202 202 202

Munro, L Munro, L Ronnebaum, R Murzyn, J

BIO 202 HUMAN ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II (GT: SC1)

Focuses on the integrated study of the human body and the histology, anatomy, and physiology of the following systems and topics: cardiovascular, hematology, lymphatic and immune, urinary, fluid and electrolyte control, digestive, nutrition, respiratory, reproductive, and development. Includes a mandatory hands-on laboratory experience involving experimentation, microscopy, observations, and dissection. This is the second semester of a two semester sequence.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of BIO 201 (grade C or higher). Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 310 311 360

37026 37027 37028

4 4 4

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17

0900AM 0130PM 0600PM

1140AM 0410PM 0840PM

MW TR TR

CLCWES CLCWES CLCWES

204 204 204

Harrell, J Ronnebaum, R Williams, J

N11

38158

4

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0900AM

1140AM

TR

CLCWES

204

Francis, B

BIO 204 MICROBIOLOGY (GT: SC1)

Designed for health science majors. Examines microorganisms with an emphasis on their structure, development, physiology, classification, and identification. The laboratory experience includes culturing, identifying, and controlling microorganisms with emphasis on their role in infectious disease.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of BIO 111 or BIO 201 (grade C or higher). Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 310 311 360

37029 37498 37030

4 4 4

17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

4-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17

0900AM 0100PM 0600PM

1140AM 0340PM 0840PM

TR TR TR

CLCWES CLCWES CLCWES

213 213 213

Dillon, T Dillon, T Coughlan, C

BIO 216 HUMAN PATHOPHYSIOLOGY

Focuses on the alterations in physiological, cellular, and biochemical processes, the associated homeostatic responses, and the manifestations of disease. Prior knowledge of cellular biology, anatomy, and physiology is essential for the study of pathophysiology.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of BIO 201 and BIO 202 (grade C or higher). 360

37942

4

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0600PM

0815PM

MW

CLCWES

216

Francis, B

BUSINESS

Department Chair: Heather McMichael (303) 340-7232, Lead Faculty: Arthur Vaughn, Jr. (303-340-7224), Administrative Assistant: Vacant (303) 340-7240

BUS 115 INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS

Focuses on the operation of the American business system. Covers fundamentals of the economy, careers and opportunities, marketing, management, production, governmental regulations, tools of business and social responsibilities.

Prerequisite: Successful completion (grade C or higher) of CCR 092 or equivalent assessment scores. CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


Courses SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

110 112 113

37031 38072 38186

3 3 3

17-Jan-17 23-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

4-May-17 8-May-17 8-May-17

0930AM 0600PM 1100AM

160 176

37032 37033

3 3

17-Jan-17 23-Jan-17

2-May-17 8-May-17 ONLINE

214

38460

3

21-Feb-17

8-May-17 LATE START

INST

1045AM 0840PM 1215PM

TR M MW

CLCWES CLCNOR CLCWES

218 216 219

0600PM ARR

0840PM ARR

T

CLCNOR CON

223 CCA ONLINE

0100PM

0305PM

TR

CLCWES

218

Pollard, N Easter, J Vaughn, A Rock, R Haar, D Pollard, N

BUS 181 INTERNSHIP

Provides students with hands-on training in their career field. Occurs in a business setting arranged through a Student Work Experience (SWE)/Internship Coordinator, or by utilizing a current employment organization. Student is expected to work a minimum of 7.5 hours per week. Students attend 3 seminars during the semester of enrollment. Class utilizes cooperative work experience or project methods depending on the individual situation.

Prerequisite: Department approval. 101

39498

3

17-Jan-17

2-May-17 HYBRID

0300PM

0500PM

T

CLCWES

109

Bynum, J

102

39499

3

17-Jan-17

8-May-17

0300PM

0540PM

R

CLCWES

109

STAFF

BUS 216 LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS

Emphasizes public law, regulation of business, ethical considerations, and various relationships existing within society, government, and business. Specific attention is devoted to economic regulation, social regulation, and laws impacting labor-management issues, and environmental concerns. Students develop an understanding of the role of law in social, political, and economic change.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of BUS 115 (grade C or higher). 110

37034

3

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

1230PM

0145PM

MW

CLCWES

218

Vaughn, A

171

37035

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

M

CLCWES

218

Vaughn, A

BUS 217 BUSINESS COMMUNICATION AND REPORT WRITING

Emphasizes effective business writing and covers letters, memoranda, reports, application letters, and resumes. Includes the fundamentals of business communication and an introduction to international communication.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of BUS 115 (grade C or higher). 111

38531

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0200PM

0315PM

TR

CLCNOR

223

McMichael, H

362

37036

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

M

CLCNOR

223

Snell, A

BUS 226 BUSINESS STATISTICS

Focuses on statistical study, descriptive statistics, probability, the binominal distribution, index numbers, time series, decision theory, confidence intervals, linear regression, and correlation. Intended for business majors.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of BUS 115 and MAT 055 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores 110 160

38144 37037

3 3

18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

8-May-17 3-May-17

0930AM 0600PM

1045AM 0840PM

MW W

CLCWES CLCWES

219 219

Patel, U Patel, U

CHEMISTRY

Department Chair: Martha Jackson-Carter (303) 340-7120, Administrative Assistant: Vacant (303) 340-7037

CHE 101 INTRODUCTION TO CHEMISTRY I WITH LAB (GT: SC1)

Includes the study of measurements, atomic theory, chemical bonding, nomenclature, stoichiometry, solutions, acid and base, gas laws, and condensed states. Laboratory experiments demonstrate the above concepts qualitatively and quantitatively. Designed for non-science majors, students in occupational and health programs, or students with no chemistry background.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of CCR 094 and MAT 055 (both grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 310 311 312 313

37040 38070 38814 39500

5 5 5 5

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17

0930AM 0100PM 0900AM 0900AM

1210PM 0340PM 1140AM 1140AM

MW TR TR TR

CLCSIM CLCSIM CLCSIM CLCSIM

149L 149L 149L 120

360

37041

5

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

TR

CLCWES

211

Hays, T Kobriger-Steffey, L Rodgers, B Hays, T Hoenigman, R

CHE 111 GENERAL COLLEGE CHEMISTRY I WITH LAB (GT: SC1) CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

Focuses on basic chemistry and measurement, matter, chemical formulas, reaction and equations, stoichiometry, and thermochemistry. This course covers development of atomic theory, culminating in the use of quantum numbers to determine electron configurations of atoms, and the relationship of electron configuration to chemical bond theory and molecular orbital theory. The course includes gases, liquids, and solids and problem-solving skills are emphasized through laboratory experiments.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CHE 101 or one year of high school chemistry and MAT 121 (grade C or higher) Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 310 360

37366 37042

5 5

17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

4-May-17 4-May-17

0100PM 0600PM

0405PM 0905PM

TR TR

CLCWES CLCSIM

211 149L

Jackson, M Kobriger-Steffey, L

CHE 112 GENERAL COLLEGE CHEMISTRY II WITH LAB (GT: SC1)

Presents concepts in the areas of solution properties, chemical kinetics, chemical equilibrium, acid base and ionic equilibrium, thermodynamics, electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry, and organic chemistry. This course emphasizes problem-solving skills and descriptive contents for these topics. Laboratory experiments demonstrate qualitative and quantitative analytical techniques.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CHE 111 (grade C or higher). Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 310

37043

5

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0100PM

0405PM

MW

CLCSIM

149L

Hays, T

360

37583

5

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0600PM

0905PM

MW

CLCSIM

149L

Hoenigman, R

CHE 212 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II WITH LAB

Continues the investigation into the chemistry of carbon-based compounds, their reactions and synthesis including the structure, physical properties, reactivity's, and synthesis of organic functional groups not covered in the first semester. The course explores functional groups including alcohols, ethers, aromatics, aldehydes, ketones, amines, amides, esters, and carboxylic acids, and the reactions and reaction mechanisms of aromatics compounds. An introduction to biochemical topics may be included if time permits. Laboratory experiences demonstrate the above concepts and the laboratory techniques associated with organic chemistry.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CHE 211 (grade C or higher). 310

37584

5

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0900AM

1205PM

TR

CLCWES

214

Jackson, M

COMMUNICATION

Coordinator: Vicki Graham (303) 340-7531, Academic Support Specialist: Adrienne Kruger (303) 340-7335

COM 115 PUBLIC SPEAKING

Combines the basic theories of communication with public speech performance skills. Emphasis is on speech preparation, organization, support, audience analysis, and delivery.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores 110 112 113 114

37992 38041 38042 38043

3 3 3 3

17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

4-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17

0800AM 0930AM 1100AM 1230PM

0915AM 1045AM 1215PM 0145PM

TR TR TR TR

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

211 211 211 211

Czuprynski, A Graham, V Stanwick, A Ryan, T

115 116 118 119 120

37944 37491 38073 38196 38967

3 3 3 3 3

17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

4-May-17 4-May-17 8-May-17 8-May-17 8-May-17

0200PM 0400PM 0800AM 0930AM 1100AM

0315PM 0515PM 0915AM 1045AM 1215PM

TR TR MW MW MW

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA CLCNOR

211 211 211 211 218

Mahoney, T Mahoney, T Czuprynski, A Graham, V Czuprynski, A

121

38201

3

20-Feb-17

8-May-17 LATE START

0100PM

0255PM

MW

CCLA

211

Graham, V

122 123

37492 38292

3 3

18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

8-May-17 8-May-17

0200PM 0400PM

0315PM 0515PM

MW MW

CCLA CLCWES

212 109

Hurson, M Hurson, M

140 141 180

37587 38878 37493

3 3 3

19-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 21-Jan-17

4-May-17 3-May-17 6-May-17

0600PM 0600PM 0800AM

0840PM 0840PM 1040AM

R W S

CCLA CLCWES CCLA

211 109 211

Aldrich, M Hurson, M Aldrich, M

COM 125 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


Courses SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

Examines the communication involved in interpersonal relationships occurring in family, social, and career situations. Relevant concepts include self-concept, perception, listening, nonverbal communication, and conflict.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores 110 111

37945 37946

3 3

18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

8-May-17 8-May-17

0930AM 1100AM

1045AM 1215PM

MW MW

CCLA CCLA

104 211

Jachowicz, L Jachowicz, L

112 114 140 500

38052 37494 38054 39088

3 3 3 3

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 23-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17 2-May-17 8-May-17

1230PM 0930AM 0600PM 0100PM

0145PM 1045AM 0840PM 0400PM

MW TR T MW

CCLA CFA CCLA CLCSIM

102 101 211 121

Ryan, T Stanwick, A Fuchsberger, A Haiker, H

COM 220 INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATION

Explores the link between culture and communication and will develop and/or enhances communication skills and the abilities appropriate to a multicultural society. Emphasis will be on understanding diversity within and across cultures. Relevant concepts include perception, world view, context, ethics, language, and nonverbal communication.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores 110

38245

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

1230PM

0145PM

TR

CCLA

207B

Stanwick, A

COM 226 ORAL INTERPRETATION

Exposes the student to the artistic, interpretive, and communicative potential to be found in the reading and performance of great literature and rhetoric such as is found in prose, poetry, drama. 110 38696 3 17-Jan-17 4-May-17 1100AM 1215PM TR CCLA 214 Graham, V

COM 262 COMMUNICATING WITH IMPOSSIBLE PEOPLE

Introduces participants to concepts regarding communication with "impossible" people and techniques to deal with them more effectively. Emphasizes active participation in skill-building activities. 181 38987 1 25-Feb-17 4-Mar-17 LATE START 0830AM 0425PM S CCLA 207A Ryan, T

COM 263 CONFLICT RESOLUTION

Focuses on handling conflict productively. Students gain insights into the roots of conflict and engage in skill practice in mediating interpersonal conflicts. The emphasis is on conflict prevention. 181 38988 1 18-Mar-17 25-Mar-17 LATE START 0830AM 0425PM S CCLA 209 Ryan, T

COM 265 EFFECTIVE PRESENTATIONS

Focuses on effective presentation skills used in professional settings including conferences, briefings, training sessions, and sales presentations. Emphasizes formats, strategies, and presentation tips and enables the student to develop and practice these skills. 181

38980

1

4-Feb-17 11-Feb-17 LATE START

0830AM

0425PM

S

CCLA

209

Meeks, M

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Department Chair: JoAnn Burkhart (303) 340-7007, Administrative Assistant: Vacant

CIS 115 INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Focuses on an overview of the needs for and roles of computer information systems. Emphasizes computer requirements in organizations, history, hardware functions, programming, systems development, and computer operations. Introduces computer applications.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 or MAT 050 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores 110 176

38483 38613

3 3

17-Jan-17 23-Jan-17

2-May-17 8-May-17 ONLINE

1230PM ARR

0310PM ARR

910

39431

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17 OPEN ENTRY

ARR

ARR

T

CLCWES

107

Vahling, E Vahling, E Burkhart, J

CIS 118 INTRODUCTION TO PC APPLICATIONS

Introduces basic computer terminology, file management, and PC system components. Provides an overview of office application software including word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and presentation graphics. Includes the use of a web browser to access the Internet.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 or MAT 050 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores 140 510

38074 38332

3 3

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

3-May-17 4-May-17

0600PM 0850AM

0840PM 1230PM

W TR

CLCWES CLCSIM

107 138

Sosebee, M Cape, C

This is a hybrid class. Class meets face to face on 03-Feb-15, 17-Feb-15, 03-Mar-15, 17-Mar-15, 31-Mar-15, 14-Apr-15, 28-Apr-15, CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

CIS 128 INTRO TO OPERATING SYSTEMS

Introduces the functions and capabilities of Microsoft Windows. Includes configuring and modifying the operating system environment.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 or MAT 050 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores 110

38484

3

18-Jan-17

3-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

176

38614

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17 ONLINE

ARR

ARR

W

CLCWES

113

Guled, A Vahling, E

CIS 135 COMPLETE PC WORD PROCESSING (WORD)

Explores a complete array of word processing skills needed to create, edit, format, and print documents. Other topics include character, paragraph, and page formats, the use of spell checker and thesaurus, hyphenation, tables, mail merge, document design, and graphics.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of CCR 092 or MAT 050 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores 176

38485

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17 ONLINE

ARR

ARR

Sosebee, M

CIS 145 COMPLETE PC DATABASE (ACCESS)

Explores a complete array of database skills, including table, query, form, and report creation and modification. Other topics include application integration and automation of database tasks within the database.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of CCR 092 or MAT 050 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores 176

38486

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17 ONLINE

ARR

ARR

Sosebee, M

CIS 155 PC SPREADSHEET CONCEPTS (EXCEL)

Exposes students to a wide range of uses of the electronic spreadsheet with special emphasis on using it as a business tool. Includes fundamentals and terms, creating and saving workbooks, entering and using formulas, formatting, printing, multiple-page workbooks, creating charts, entering and using functions, managing lists, and utilizing simple macros.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of CCR 092 or MAT 050 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores 176

38487

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17 ONLINE

ARR

ARR

Sosebee, M

CIS 202 AUTOMATED PROJECT MANAGEMENT: MS PROJECT

Provides an in-depth exploration of project management concepts and techniques. Uses software to automate project management processes. Emphasizes critical thinking, goal setting, and communication with team members, management, and customers. Real-world scenarios will be used to create task lists, assign and level resources, and modify project files. GANTT charts, critical path methodology, PERT, project tracking and reporting will be utilized in the management of projects.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of CIS 115 (grade C or higher). 110

38974

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

M

CLCWES

107

Howard, K

CIS 203 TECHNOLOGY FOR CAREER SUCCESS

Prepare students to transition into a career. This course will provide students with resources for career development and tools to succeed in a competitive labor market. Offers students an opportunity to build an employment focused electronic portfolio in preparation for career growth and lifelong learning after completing their program of study.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 or MAT 050 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores 176

38990

2

23-Jan-17

8-May-17 ONLINE

ARR

ARR

CON

CCA ONLINE

Burkhart, J

CIS 223 LINUX

Introduces students to the concepts of installing, configuring, and managing the Linux operating system. Topics covered include working with various desktops, use of filesystem commands, and management of user and group permissions.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CIS 128 (grade C or higher). 110

39076

3

19-Jan-17

4-May-17

0930AM

1210PM

R

CLCWES

113

Vahling, E

CIS 243 INTRODUCTION TO SQL

Introduces students to Structured Query Language (SQL). Students learn to create database structures and store, retrieve and manipulate data in a relational database. Students create tables and views, use indexes, secure data, and develop stored procedures and triggers.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CIS 145 (grade C or higher) or CSC 119 (grade C or higher). 310

38644

3

17-Jan-17

2-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

T

CLCWES

107

Howard, K

CIS 263 PC HELP DESK SKILLS CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


Courses SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

Enables students to understand and develop appropriate help-desk techniques. Includes roles of help-desk personnel and how to troubleshoot hardware and software problems.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of CNG 121 (grade C or higher). 340

38482

3

17-Jan-17

2-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

T

CLCWES

115

Peralta, E

CIS 268 SYSTEMS ANALYSIS AND DESIGN I

Introduces students to the materials, techniques, procedures, and human interrelations involved in developing computer information systems. Includes the systems approach, fact gathering techniques, forms design, input/output, file design, file organization, various charting techniques, system audits and controls, project management, implementation and evaluation.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of CIS 115 (grade C or higher) 310

38830

3

18-Jan-17

3-May-17

1230PM

0310PM

376

38829

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17 ONLINE

ARR

ARR

W

CLCWES

115

Howard, K Howard, K

COMPUTER NETWORKING TECHNOLOGY

Department Chair: JoAnn Burkhart (303) 340-7007, Administrative Assistant: Vacant

CNG 101 INTRODUCTION TO NETWORKING

Introduces network fundamentals using the OSI (Open Systems Interconnection) model and TCP/IP (Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol) suite, fundamentals of Ethernet, IP addressing, and building simple LANs (Local Area Networks).

Prerequisites: Successful completion of CIS 115 (grade C or higher). 340

38162

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

M

CLCWES

113

Peralta, E

CNG 121 COMPUTER TECHNICIAN I A+

Provides students with an in-depth look at personal computer hardware, introduces networking concepts, and covers operational procedures and troubleshooting, all of which are necessary for a successful entry-level computer service technician position. Provides extensive hands-on work with computer systems, PC setup and configuration, and basic maintenance and troubleshooting. This course helps prepare you for the first CompTIA A+ Exam.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 or MAT 050 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Co-requisite: CNG 122 440

37044

4

17-Jan-17

2-May-17

0600PM

0930PM

T

CLCWES

113

Murphy, G

CNG 122 COMPUTER TECHNICIAN II A+

Provides students with an in-depth look at desktop and mobile Operating System support, maintenance, and troubleshooting, and an overview of security concepts, and interpersonal skills, all of which are necessary for a successful entry-level computer service technician position. Provides extensive hands-on work with current operating systems, including using common GUI and command line tools, registry editing, system backup and recovery, and advanced troubleshooting. This course helps prepare you for the second CompTIA A+ Exam.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 or MAT 050 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Co-requisite: CNG 121 440

37045

4

19-Jan-17

4-May-17

0600PM

0930PM

R

CLCWES

113

Murphy, G

CNG 131 PRINCIPLES OF INFORMATION ASSURANCE

Provides skills and knowledge required to survey key issues associated with protecting information assets, determine the levels of protection and response to security incidents, and design a consistent, reasonable information security system, with appropriate intrusion detection and reporting features. Students learn to inspect and protect information assets, detect and react to threats to information assets, and examine pre- and post-incident procedures, and technical and managerial responses. Students learn about information security planning and staffing functions.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of CIS 115 (grade C or higher). 110

38979

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17

0930AM

1210PM

M

CLCWES

113

Vahling, E

CNG 260 CISCO NETWORK ASSOCIATE I

Introduces the architecture, structure, functions, components, and models of the Internet and other computer networks. Includes IP addressing and fundamentals of Ethernet concepts, media and operations.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of CIS 115 (grade C or higher). Or permission from the Department Chair 340

39455

5

17-Jan-17

7-Mar-17

0600PM

0930PM

TR

CLCWES

103

Sison, T

CNG 261 CISCO NETWORK ASSOCIATE II

Introduces the architecture, components, and operations of routers and switches. CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CNG 260 (grade C or higher). 340

39454

5

9-Mar-17

4-May-17 LATE START

0600PM

0930PM

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

TR

CLCWES

INST

103

Sison, T

CNG 262 CISCO NETWORK ASSOCIATE III

Explores the architecture, components and operations of routers and switches in a large and more complex network with advanced functionality.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CNG 261 (grade C or higher). 440

38499

5

17-Jan-17

2-Mar-17 HYBRID

0600PM

1030PM

MW

CLCWES

103

Muench, W

103

Muench, W

This is a Hybrid course, it meets both online and in the classroom

CNG 263 CISCO NETWORK ASSOCIATE IV

Implements WAN technologies and network services required by converged applications in a complex switched and routed networks.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CNG 262 (grade C or higher). 440

38500

5

9-Mar-17

4-May-17 HYBRID

0600PM

1030PM

MW

CLCWES

This is a Hybrid course, it meets both online and in the classroom

COMPUTER SCIENCE

Department Chair: JoAnn Burkhart (303) 340-7007, Administrative Assistant: Vacant

CSC 119 INTRODUCTION TO PROGRAMMING

Focuses on a general introduction to computer programming. Emphasizes the design and implementation of structured and logically correct programs with good documentation. Focuses on basic programming concepts, including numbering systems, control structures, modularization, and data processing. A structured programming language is used to implement the student's program designs.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CIS 115 (grade C or higher). 310

38333

3

19-Jan-17

4-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

376

38650

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17 ONLINE

ARR

ARR

R

CLCWES

115

Petry, W Petry, W

CSC 161 COMPUTER SCI II: JAVA

Continues algorithm development and problem solving techniques not covered in Computer Science I using a high-level programming language. Students are able to gain experience in the use of data structures and the design and implementation of larger software projects. Intensive computer laboratory experience is required for this course.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CSC 160 (grade C or higher). 310

38717

4

23-Jan-17

8-May-17

1230PM

0400PM

M

CLCWES

115

Howard, K

CSC 161 COMPUTER SCI II: JAVA

Continues algorithm development and problem solving techniques not covered in Computer Science I using a high-level programming language. Students are able to gain experience in the use of data structures and the design and implementation of larger software projects. Intensive computer laboratory experience is required for this course.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CSC 160 (grade C or higher). 376

38719

4

23-Jan-17

8-May-17 ONLINE

ARR

ARR

Howard, K

CSC 237 ADVANCED C# PROGRAMMING

Continues the structured algorithm development and problem solving techniques begun in CSC 236. Introduces more advanced features of the C# programming language. Explores the relationships between C# and the .NET Framework and introduces important .NET services. Emphasizes collections, copying and comparing objects, and how the .NET framework interfaces to XML. Focuses on writing clear, properly structured, and well-documented programs using C# and object-oriented methodology.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CSC 236 and CWB 110 (grade C or higher). 340 376

38501 38720

4 4

18-Jan-17 23-Jan-17

8-May-17 8-May-17 ONLINE

0600PM 0600PM

0930PM 0940PM

W W

CLCWES CLCWES

115 115

Howard, K Howard, K

COMPUTER WEB BASED

Department Chair: JoAnn Burkhart (303) 340-7007, Administrative Assistant: Vacant

CWB 110 COMPLETE WEB AUTHORING (HTML 5) CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


Courses SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

Explores the complete set of web authoring skills using HTML and/or other scripting languages. Includes links, backgrounds, controlling text and graphic placement, tables, image maps, frames, and forms.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CIS 115 (grade C or higher). 140

38973

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

M

CLCWES

101

Petry, W

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Department Chair: Michael Carter (303) 360-4933, Program Coordinator: Margaret Ann Uchner (303) 340-7254, Administrative Assistant: Stephanie Agner: (303) 340-7076

CRJ 110 INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE (GT: SS3)

Introduces students to the basic components of the criminal justice system in the United States. Concepts of crime, crime data, victimization, perspectives and views of crime, theory, and law are discussed. Particular attention to the criminal justice process, interaction and conflict between criminal justice agencies, and current criminal justice issues are examined.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of CCR 092, CCR 093, or CCR 094 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores or Permission of the Program Coordinator. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 110 160

37047 37048

3 3

18-Jan-17 23-Jan-17

8-May-17 8-May-17

0800AM 0600PM

0915AM 0840PM

MW M

CLCSIM CLCSIM

146 120

Billotte, R Stewart, E

CRJ 125 POLICING SYSTEMS

Examines policing in the United States, including: historical foundations, emerging issues, and the relationship between law enforcement and the community. The various types of law enforcement agencies, their administrative practices, and the behavior of those involved in the delivery of police services are examined from the perspective of democratic values, racial and ethnic diversity, and societal perceptions of police effectiveness. Career requirements, including current and future trends, are also presented.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092, CCR 093, or CCR 094 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores or Permission of the Program Coordinator. 609

39514

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17 SELF PACED

ARR

ARR

M

Carter, M

CRJ 127 CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION

Warning: This class may expose students to extremely graphic images of authentic crime scenes; lectures may include detailed descriptions and photo work of homicides and other crimes of violence. Features basic procedures in crime scene management to include photography and preparing initial reports and sketches, processing evidence, and related criminalistics procedures. Covers interviewing suspects, witnesses, and victims including the recording of identifications and descriptions.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092, CCR 093, or CCR 094 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores or Permission of the Program Coordinator. 160

38147

3

17-Jan-17

2-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

T

CLCSIM

133

DuFour, T

CRJ 145 CORRECTIONAL PROCESS

Examines the history and total correctional process from law enforcement through the administration of justice, probation, prisons, correctional institutions, and parole. Also examines the principles, theories, phenomena and problems of the crime, society, and the criminal justice system from the perspective of criminology and the criminal justice system in general. Emphasizes the role of sociology and other interdisciplinary approaches to the field of corrections and society's response.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092, CCR 093, or CCR 094 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores or Permission of the Program Coordinator. 160

37581

3

18-Jan-17

3-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

W

CLCSIM

120

Carter, M

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

Department Chair: Ashley Simpson (303)340-7564, Academic Support Specialist: Adrienne Kruger (303) 340-7335

ECE 101 INTRODUCTION TO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

Provides an introduction to the profession of Early Childhood Education (ECE). Course content includes eight key areas of professional knowledge related to working with young children and their families in early care and education settings: child growth and development; health, nutrition and safety; developmentally appropriate practices; guidance; family and community relationships; diversity and inclusion; professionalism; and administration and supervision. This course addresses children ages birth through 8 years.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores, ECE 103 can be taken at the same time 311 376

37507 37982

3 3

21-Jan-17 23-Jan-17

6-May-17 8-May-17 ONLINE

0900AM ARR

1140AM ARR

S

CCLA CON

212 CCA ONLINE

Smith, S Goff, A

ECE 102 INTRODUCTION TO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION LAB TECHNIQUES CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

Focuses on a classroom seminar and placement in a child care setting. The supervised placement provides the student with the opportunity to observe children, to practice appropriate interactions, and to develop effective guidance and management techniques. Addresses ages birth through age 8.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ECE 101 (grade C or higher) 361 376

37593 37983

3 3

17-Jan-17 23-Jan-17

2-May-17 8-May-17 ONLINE

0600PM ARR

0840PM ARR

T

CCLA CON

114 CCA ONLINE

Weber, T Olejarnik-Franz, N

ECE 103 GUIDANCE STRATEGIES FOR CHILDREN

Explores guidance theories, applications, goals, and techniques, as well as factors that influence behavioral expectations of children. This course includes classroom management and pro-social skills development of young children in early childhood (EC) program settings. This course addresses children ages birth through 8 years.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ECE 101 (grade C or higher) Co-requisite ECE 101 361

38317

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

376

37984

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17 ONLINE

ARR

ARR

M

CCLA

104

CON

CCA ONLINE

Smith, S Goff, A

ECE 111 INFANT AND TODDLER THEORY AND PRACTICE

Presents an overview of theories, applications (including observations), and issues pertinent to infant and toddler development in group and/or family settings. Includes requirements for licensing, health, safety, and nutrition issues.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ECE 101 (grade C or higher) 361

38882

3

20-Jan-17

5-May-17 HYBRID

0600PM

0840PM

F

CCLA

104

Bailon, J

This is a hybrid course, it meets both online and in the classroom on these dates 01/20/17; 01/27/17; 02/10/17; 02/24/17; 03/03/17; 03/17/17; 04/14/17; 04/28/17

ECE 188 PRACTICUM: EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

Provides students with field experience in early childhood programs.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ECE 101 (grade C or higher) 609

38319

1

17-Jan-17

8-May-17 SELF PACED

ARR

ARR

Olejarnik-Franz, N

Students must see Department Chair prior to taking this course. Students should expect a message in D2L prior to the semester start time concerning meeting dates; times; and place

ECE 205 NUTRITION, HEALTH, AND SAFETY Focuses on nutrition, health, and safety as key factors for optimal growth and development of young children. This course includes nutrition knowledge, menu planning, food program participation, health practices, management and safety, appropriate activities, and communication with families for early childhood educators. This course addresses children ages birth through 12 years.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ECE 101 (grade C or higher) 360

37053

3

17-Jan-17

2-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

T

CCLA

301

Kreamer, M

Students must contact either Andrew Goff or Brandy Monckton prior to enrolling in this course.

ECE 220 CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: METHODS AND TECHNIQUES

Provides an overview of early childhood curriculum development. This course includes processes for planning and implementing developmentally appropriate environments, materials, and experiences that represent best practices in early childhood (EC) program settings. This course addresses children ages birth through 8 years.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ECE 101 (grade C or higher) 375

38883

3

18-Jan-17

3-May-17 HYBRID

0600PM

0840PM

W

CCLA

212

Simpson, A

Students must contact either Andrew Goff or Brandy Monckton prior to enrolling in this course

ECE 241 ADMINISTRATION: HUMAN RELATIONS OF THE EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

Focuses on the human relations component of an early childhood professional's responsibilities. This course includes director-staff relationships, staff development, leadership strategies, family-professional partnerships, and community interaction.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ECE 101 (grade C or higher) 360

37594

3

19-Jan-17

4-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

R

CCLA

212

Goff, A

ECE 260 THE EXCEPTIONAL CHILD

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


Courses SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

Presents an overview of critical elements related to educating young children with disabilities or special needs in the early childhood setting. Topics include: typical and atypical development; legal requirements; research-based practices related to inclusion; teaming and collaboration; and accommodations and adaptations. This course examines how a disability or special need may impact a young child's learning process. This course addresses children ages birth through 8 years.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of PSY 238 or ECE 238 (grade C or higher) and CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores 360

38028

3

18-Jan-17

3-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

W

CCLA

112

Goff, A

ECE 288 PRACTICUM: EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

Provides students with advanced field experience opportunities in early childhood education programs.

Prerequisite: Director Certificate Coursework, approval of Department Chair. 609

37052

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17 SELF PACED

ARR

ARR

Olejarnik-Franz, N

Students must see Department Chair prior to taking this course. Students should expect a message in D2L prior to the semester start time concerning meeting dates; times; and place

ECONOMICS

Department Chair: Heather McMichael (303) 340-7232, Administrative Assistant: Vacant (303) 340-7240

ECO 201 PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS (GT: SS1)

Focuses on the study of the American economy, stressing the interrelationship among household, business, and government sectors. Explores saving and investment decisions, unemployment, inflation, national income accounting, taxing and spending policies, the limits of the market and government, public choice theory, the Federal Reserve System, money and banking, and international trade.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 and MAT 050 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 112 113 114 161

37054 37055 37056 37057

3 3 3 3

17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

4-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17 2-May-17

0930AM 1100AM 1230PM 0600PM

1045AM 1215PM 0145PM 0840PM

TR MW TR T

CCLA CLCWES CLCNOR CCLA

104 218 223 102

Mecham, E Parachini, N Maxey, K Parachini, N

162

38532

3

18-Jan-17

3-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

W

CLCNOR

216

Parachini, N

ECO 202 PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS (GT: SS1)

Studies the firm, the nature of cost, and how these relate to the economy as a whole. Analyzes economic models of the consumer, perfect competition, monopoly, oligopoly, and monopolistic competition. Explores economic issues including market power, population growth, positive and negative externalities, income distribution, poverty and welfare, discrimination, and international economic interdependence. This is a stand-alone course; ECO 201 is not a prerequisite.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 or MAT 050 or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 113

37058 38145

3 3

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17

0930AM 0800AM

1045AM 0915AM

MW TR

CLCWES CCLA

218 106

Parachini, N Mecham, E

161 162

38148 38533

3 3

19-Jan-17 23-Jan-17

4-May-17 8-May-17

0600PM 0600PM

0840PM 0840PM

R M

CLCNOR CCLA

216 106

Maxey, K Parachini, N

EDUCATION

Department Chair: Ashley Simpson (303)340-7564, Academic Support Specialist: Adrienne Kruger (303) 340-7335

EDU 221 INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATION

Focuses on the historical, social, political, philosophical, cultural and economic forces that shape the United States public school system. Includes current issues of educational reform, technology as it relates to education, and considerations related to becoming a teacher in Colorado. Special interest will be paid to the topic of diversity in the K-12 school system.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092, (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score 171

38860

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17 HYBRID

0600PM

0840PM

M

CCLA

212

Simpson, A

EDU 222 EFFECTIVE TEACHING

Focuses on strategies for becoming an effective teacher. Topics included are: course goals and objectives, the first day, planning a lesson, higher levels of thought, test design and grading, assessment, and teaching and learning styles. 110 38674 1 25-Feb-17 25-Mar-17 HYBRID 0900AM 0425PM S CCLA 104 Bailon, J CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

This course begins in 2/21/2017 but, students are expected to attend a mandatory meeting on 01/21/2017,

EDU 250 CTE IN COLORADO

Explores common elements of American community college philosophy and current practices. It details the philosophy of Career and Technical Education (CTE), the federal Carl D. Perkins legislation and related guidelines for CTE, national and state regulatory agencies, the CCCS program approval process, enrollment management and advising strategies, relevant local and national issues, and quality assurance principles. 609 38736 1 17-Jan-17 16-Feb-17 SELF PACED ARR ARR Smith, S

This course will run as an independent study upon the request of instructors that need to fulfill CTE requirements.

EDU 261 TEACHING, LEARNING, AND TECHNOLOGY

Prepares students to integrate technology into their teaching curriculum. Enables students to design educational and training materials incorporating instructional technology. Explores a variety of technologies, including the computer, internet, multimedia, graphics, audio, and text with an emphasis on increasing learning through their use. Examines combining technology with a variety of instructional methodologies.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092, (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score 609

38320

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17 SELF PACED

ARR

ARR

Smith, E

This is an Independent Study course and students will arrange times with the instructor.

EMERGENCY MEDICAL PROVIDER

Department Chair: Beth Lattone (303) 340-7075, Program Assistant: Cindy Smith (303) 340-7070

EMS 115 FIRST RESPONDER

Provides the student with core knowledge and skills to function in the capacity of a first responder arriving at the scene of an emergency, providing supportive care until advanced EMS help arrives.

Prerequisite: Students must be 16 years old by completion of course. 600

39464

3

9-Dec-16 17-Mar-17 LATE START

0800AM

0500PM

MTWRFS CLCSIM

133

Beumer, S

EMS 121 EMT FUNDAMENTALS

Introduces the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) student to prehospital emergency care. The topics included in this course are Emergency Medical Services (EMS) systems, well-being of the EMT, communications, documentation, anatomy, airway management, and patient assessment.

Prerequisites: Successful completion CCR 092 grade C (or higher), or equivalent test scores Corequisites: EMS 122, EMS 123, EMS 124, and EMS 170. (Students must enroll in the same section as EMS 121 for a total of 12 credits.) 510 540 540

38939 38942 38942

3 3 3

30-Jan-17 13-Feb-17 17-Jan-17 11-Feb-17 17-Jan-17 11-Feb-17

0830AM 0600PM 0830AM

0530PM 1000PM 0530PM

MWF TR S

CLCSIM CLCSIM

132 132

Hernandez, I Spera, J Spera, J

EMS 123 EMT TRAUMA EMERGENCIES

Provides the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) student with the knowledge and skills to provide appropriate emergency care and transportation of a patient who has suffered a traumatic injury. The concepts of kinematics and the biomechanics of trauma, along with pathophysiology and injury patterns will provide the student with the ability to assess and manage the trauma patient.

Corequisites: EMS 121, EMS 122, EMS 124, and EMS 170. (Students must enroll in the same section as EMS 121 for a total of 12 credits.) 510

38947

2

10-Feb-17 27-Mar-17 LATE START

ARR

ARR

Hernandez, I

EMS 124 EMT SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS

Provides the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) student with the knowledge and skills required to modify the assessment, treatment, and transportation of special patient populations and patients in special circumstances. This course also provides an overview of incident command, mass casualty incidents, vehicle extrication, air medical support, hazardous materials, and terrorism.

Corequisites: EMS 121, EMS 122, EMS 123, and EMS 170. (Students must enroll in the same section as EMS 121 for a total of 12 hours.) 510

39081

2 29-Mar-17

21-Apr-17 LATE START

ARR

ARR

Hernandez, I

EMS 170 EMT - BASIC CLINICAL

Provides EMT students with the clinical experience required of initial and some renewal processes.

Corequisites: EMS 121, EMS 122, EMS 123, and EMS 124. (Students must enroll in the same section as EMS 121 for a total of 12 credits.) CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


Courses SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

510

39082

1

17-Feb-17

21-Apr-17 LATE START

ARR

ARR

Graves, T

540

39083

1

16-Feb-17

22-Apr-17 LATE START

ARR

ARR

Graves, T

EMS 225 FUNDAMENTALS OF PARAMEDIC PRACTICE

First course of National Standard Paramedic Curriculum as approved by the Colorado State Department of Health and Environment.

Prerequisites: Successful completion CCR 092 (grade C or higher) and MAT 050 (grade C or higher), or equivalent test scores, and BIO 106 (grade C or higher). Co-requisite: EMS 226, EMS 229, EMS 233, and EMS 235. (Students must enroll in the same section as EMS 225 for a total of 16 credits.) 510

38954

3

18-Jan-17 21-Feb-17

0830AM

0530PM

UMTWRFS CLCSIM

153

Lattone, B

EMS 226 FUNDAMENTALS OF PARAMEDIC PRACTICE - LAB

Teaches the skills necessary for the paramedic to effectively assess and treat neonatal, pediatric, geriatric, and special needs patients utilizing skills and simulation scenarios. Serves as the companion course to Paramedic Special Considerations.

Prerequisites: Permission of the department. Co-requisite: EMS 225, EMS 229, EMS 233, and EMS 235. (Students must enroll in the same section as EMS 225 for a total of 16 credits.) 510

38956

2

17-Jan-17

5-May-17

ARR

ARR

CLCSIM

153

Solomon, R

EMS 227 PARAMEDIC SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS

Introduces the paramedic student to concepts in assessing and meeting the emergency care needs of the neonate, pediatric, geriatric and special needs patient. This course focuses on epidemiology, pathophysiology, assessment and treatment of these patient groups. Common medical and traumatic presentations are addressed. Relevant psychosocial and ethno cultural concepts and legal and ethical implications are integrated throughout.

Prerequisites: EMS 225 and permission of the department. Co-requisite: EMS 228, EMS 230, EMS 231, EMS 232, EMS 234, EMS 236, and EMS 237. (Students must enroll in the same section as EMS 227 for a total of 17 credits.) 540

38958

3 11-Mar-17

20-Apr-17 LATE START

0600PM

1000PM

TR

540

38958

3 11-Mar-17

20-Apr-17 LATE START

0830AM

0530PM

S

CLCSIM

153

VanderVegt, I VanderVegt, I

EMS 228 PARAMEDIC SPECIAL CONSIDERATIONS - LAB

Teaches the skills necessary for the paramedic to effectively assess and treat neonatal, pediatric, geriatric, and special needs patients utilizing skills and simulation scenarios. Serves as the companion course to Paramedic Special Considerations.

Prerequisites: Permission of the department. Co-requisite: EMS 227, EMS 230, EMS 231, EMS 232, EMS 234, EMS 236, and EMS 237. (Students must enroll in the same section as EMS 227 for a total of 17 credits.) 540

38960

2

17-Jan-17

2-May-17

ARR

ARR

CLCSIM

153

VanderVegt, I

EMS 229 PARAMEDIC PHARMACOLOGY

Focuses on a comprehensive study of emergency pharmacology.

Prerequisite: Permission of the department. Corequisite: EMS 225, EMS 226, EMS 233, and EMS 235. (Students must enroll in the same section as EMS 225 for a total of 16 credits.) 510

38963

3

12-Feb-17

9-Apr-17 LATE START

0830AM

0530PM

MTWRF

CLCSIM

153

Lattone, B

EMS 230 PARAMEDIC PHARMACOLOGY - LAB

Teaches the skills necessary for the paramedic to safely and effectively administer emergency medications. Serves as the companion course to Paramedic Pharmacology.

Prerequisite: Permission of the department. Co-requisite: EMS 227, EMS 228, EMS 231, EMS 232, EMS 234, EMS 236, and EMS 237. (Students must enroll in the same section as EMS 227 for a total of 17 credits.) 540

38964

2

17-Jan-17

2-May-17

ARR

ARR

CLCSIM

153

VanderVegt, I

EMS 231 PARAMEDIC CARDIOLOGY

Addresses Cardiology topics as presented in the National Standard Curriculum for paramedics.

Prerequisite: Permission of the department. Co-requisite: EMS 227, EMS 228, EMS 230, EMS 232, EMS 234, EMS 236, and EMS 237. (Students must enroll in the same section as EMS 227 for a total of 17 credits.) 540 540

38965 38965

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

5 5

17-Jan-17 14-Mar-17 17-Jan-17 14-Mar-17

Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

0530PM 1000PM

S TR

CLCSIM CLCSIM

153 153

VanderVegt, I VanderVegt, I

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes.

0830AM 0600PM

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

EMS 232 PARAMEDIC CARDIOLOGY - LAB

Teaches the skills necessary for the paramedic to effectively assess and treat patients presenting with cardiovascular emergencies utilizing skills and simulation scenarios. Serves as the companion course to Paramedic Cardiology.

Prerequisite: Permission of the department. Co-requisite: EMS 227, EMS 228, EMS 230, EMS 231, EMS 234, EMS 236, and EMS 237. (Students must enroll in the same section as EMS 227 for a total of 17 credits.) 540

38966

1

17-Jan-17

2-May-17

ARR

ARR

CLCSIM

153

VanderVegt, I

EMS 233 PARAMEDIC MEDICAL EMERGENCIES

Focuses on a comprehensive study of adult medical emergencies.

Prerequisite: Permission of the Department. Co-requisite: EMS 225, EMS 226, EMS 229, and EMS 235. (Students must enroll in the same section as EMS 225 for a total of 16 credits.) 510

39084

4

14-Feb-17

9-Apr-17 LATE START

0830AM

0530PM

MTWRF

Lattone, B

EMS 234 PARAMEDIC MEDICAL EMERGENCIES - LAB Clinical study of adult and pediatric medical emergencies.

Prerequisite: Permission of the department Co-requisite: EMS 227, EMS 228, EMS 230, EMS 231, EMS 232, EMS 236, and EMS 237. (Students must enroll in the same section as EMS 227 for a total of 17 credits.) 540

38961

1

17-Jan-17

2-May-17

ARR

ARR

CLCSIM

153

VanderVegt, I

EMS 235 PARAMEDIC TRAUMA EMERGENCIES

Focuses on a comprehensive study of adult and pediatric trauma emergencies.

Prerequisite: Permission of the department. Co-requisite: EMS 225, EMS 226, EMS 229, and EMS 233. (Students must enroll in the same section as EMS 225 for a total of 16 credits.) 510

39097

4

5-Apr-17

6-May-17 LATE START

0830AM

0530PM

MTWRF

CLCSIM

153

Baske, D

EMS 236 PARAMEDIC TRAUMA EMERGENCIES - LAB

Teaches the skills necessary for the paramedic to effectively assess and treat patients with a variety of medical emergencies utilizing skills and simulation scenarios. Serves as the companion course to Paramedic Medical Emergencies.

Prerequisites: Permission of the department. Co-requisite: EMS 227, EMS 228, EMS 230, EMS 231, EMS 232, EMS 234, and EMS 237 (Students must enroll in the same section as EMS 227 for a total of 17 credits.) 540

38957

1

17-Jan-17

2-May-17

ARR

ARR

CLCSIM

153

VanderVegt, I

EMS 237 PARAMEDIC INTERNSHIP PREPARATORY

Reviews concepts and techniques used in the pre-hospital setting.

Prerequisites: Permission of the department. Co-requisite: EMS 227, EMS 228, EMS 230, EMS 231, EMS 232, EMS 234, and EMS 236. (Students must enroll in the same section as EMS 227 for a total of 17 credits.) 540

39095

2

22-Apr-17

2-May-17 LATE START

0600PM

1000PM

TR

CLCSIM

153

VanderVegt, I

EMS 280 PARAMEDIC INTERNSHIP I

Preceptor/Internship program for paramedic students and the third phase of the course of National Standard Paramedic Curriculum as approved by the Colorado State Department of Health and Environment.

Prerequisite: Permission of the department. Course Note: Paramedic Clinical Internship. 609

39483

6

17-Jan-17

8-May-17

ARR

ARR

Graves, T

EMS 281 PARAMEDIC INTERNSHIP II Prerequisite: Permission of the department. CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


Courses SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

Prerequisite: Permission of the department. Course Note: Paramedic Field Internship. 609

38445

6

17-Jan-17

8-May-17 SELF PACED

ARR

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

ARR

Graves, T

ENGINEERING

Department Chair: Martha Jackson-Carter (303) 340-7120, Administrative Assistant: Vacant (303) 340-7037

EGG 106 ROBOTICS DESIGN

Focuses on the process of building an autonomous robot from the initial design to final evaluation. Includes design and building of the mechanical structure, electrical system as well as programming and integration of all systems to produce a fully functional autonomous robot capable of performing a series of proscribed tasks. Culminates with a detailed evaluation of both the robot and its performance.

Prerequisite: Department approval 110 111

39055 39477

1 1

20-Jan-17 20-Jan-17

5-May-17 5-May-17

1000AM 1205PM

1200PM 0200PM

F F

CLCSIM CLCSIM

149L 147L

Hoganson, K Hoganson, K

EGG 151 EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN (INTRODUCTION TO EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN AND ENGINEERING)

Introduces the student to the design and construction of scientific and engineering experiments. Includes the entire life cycle of the experiment, from design, to construction, to analysis of data and communication of final results.

Prerequisite: Permission of the Instructor. 110

38283

2

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

1000AM

1200PM

MW

Andersen, V

ENGLISH - COMPOSITION

Department Chair: Scott Reichel (303) 361-7406, Academic Support Specialist: Vacant (303) 361-7428

CCR 092 COLLEGE READING AND COMPOSITION

Integrates and contextualizes college level reading and writing. Students will read and understand complex materials and respond to ideas and information through writing informative and/or persuasive texts.

Prerequisites: Appropriate assessment scores (ACRC 40-61 and ACSS 50-69). CCR 092 and AAA109 need to be taken at the same time Course Note: CCR 092 must be taken at the same time as AAA 109 or have taken it previously (does not apply to C11 and C21). To register enter the CRN for BOTH the CCR 092 and AAA 109 at the same time or you will get a prerequisite error. If you have difficulties please see an advisor for assistance. 110

38336

5

18-Jan-17

3-May-17

0800AM

1015AM

MW

CCLA

105

Aragon, R

111 114 115 116 140

38338 38316 38355 38356 38357

5 5 5 5 5

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

3-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17

1030AM 0800AM 1030AM 0100PM 0600PM

1245PM 1015AM 1245PM 0315PM 0815PM

MW TR TR TR TR

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

105 105 105 105 105

Blue, R Welliver, R Feres, B Villegas, C Young, J

141

38358

5

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0600PM

0815PM

MW

CCLA

105

Lewis, D

CCR 094 STUDIO 121

Integrates and contextualizes reading and writing strategies tailored to co-requisite ENG 121 coursework. Students will read and understand complex materials, and respond to ideas and information through writing informative and/or persuasive texts.

Prerequisites: Appropriate assessment scores (ACRC 62-79 and ACSS 70-94). Co-requisite: ENG 121 S10 S11 S12 S13

38359 38360 38361 38362

3 3 3 3

18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17

0930AM 0930AM 0930AM 0930AM

1045AM 1045AM 1045AM 1045AM

MW MW TR TR

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

214 203 203 214

Steed, A Krick, K Villegas, C Edwards, S

S15 S17 S20

38365 38363 38366

3 3 3

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17 8-May-17

1100AM 1100AM 1230PM

1215PM 1215PM 0145PM

MW TR MW

CCLA CCLA CCLA

214 203 203

Welliver, R Achziger, S Feres, B

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

S21 S22 S25 S27

38367 38368 38448 38369

3 3 3 3

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17

1230PM 1230PM 1230PM 0200PM

S30 S41 S44 S47

38371 38372 38373 38552

3 3 3 3

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 19-Jan-17 23-Jan-17

8-May-17 2-May-17 4-May-17 8-May-17

S50 S51

38449 39510

3 3

23-Jan-17 1-Feb-17

S52 S60

39511 38553

3 3

S61

38554

3

INST

0145PM 0145PM 0145PM 0315PM

MW TR TR TR

CCLA CCLA CLCNOR CCLA

214 214 109 214

McClelland-Fieler, C Swanson, B Levell, M Whited, K

0330PM 0600PM 0600PM 0600PM

0445PM 0840PM 0840PM 0840PM

MW T R M

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

214 214 214 214

Achziger, S Steed, A Field, M Patsynski, J

8-May-17 8-May-17 LATE START

0200PM 0330PM

0440PM 0510PM

M MW

CCLA CLCWES

105 107

Rosso, A Zephier, S

31-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

4-May-17 8-May-17

0200PM 0200PM

0340PM 0315PM

TR MW

CLCWES CLCNOR

216 212

Krick, K Stafinbil, S

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0730PM

0845PM

TR

CCLA

203

Lord, G

ENG 121 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I (GT: CO1)

Emphasizes the planning, writing, and revising of compositions, including the development of critical and logical thinking skills. This course includes a minimum of five compositions that stress analytical, evaluative, and persuasive/argumentative writing. Basic word processing skills needed.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of CCR 092, CCR 093, or CCR 094 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Co-requisite: CCR 094 ('S' sections only) Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 310 311 312 313

38390 37085 37086 37087

3 3 3 3

18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17

0800AM 0800AM 0800AM 0800AM

0915AM 0915AM 0915AM 0915AM

MW MW TR TR

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

101 205 203 101

Steed, A Krick, K Villegas, C Edwards, S

315 316 317 318

37089 37993 37090 37091

3 3 3 3

18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17

0930AM 0930AM 0930AM 0930AM

1045AM 1045AM 1045AM 1045AM

MW MW TR TR

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

205 101 101 205

Welliver, R Stafinbil, S Achziger, S Fromhart, N

320 321 322 323

37093 37094 37095 37997

3 3 3 3

18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17

1100AM 1100AM 1100AM 1230PM

1215PM 1215PM 1215PM 0145PM

MW MW TR TR

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

205 203 101 203

Feres, B McClelland-Fieler, C Swanson, B Welliver, R

324 325 326 327 328

37610 37496 37947 37995 39465

3 3 3 3 3

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17 2-May-17

1100AM 1100AM 1230PM 1230PM 0600PM

1215PM 1215PM 0145PM 0145PM 0840PM

MW TR MW TR T

CLCNOR CLCNOR CCLA CCLA CLCCFS

212 212 101 205 134

Villegas, C Levell, M Levell, M Whited, K Beach, E

330 331 333 334

38391 38392 38394 38395

3 3 3 3

18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 19-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

8-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17 8-May-17

0200PM 0200PM 0200PM 0330PM

0315PM 0315PM 0440PM 0445PM

MW MW R MW

CCLA CCLA CLCNOR CLCNOR

101 214 212 212

Achziger, S McClelland-Fieler, C Milholm, J Stafinbil, S

335 336 338 340

38396 38397 38399 38047

3 3 3 3

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 20-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17 5-May-17 2-May-17

0330PM 0330PM 0900AM 0600PM

0445PM 0445PM 1140AM 0840PM

MW TR F T

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

101 203 101 205

Campbell, C Clark, P Waterman, A Waterman, A

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


Courses SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

341 342 343

37096 37097 37098

3 3 3

23-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 19-Jan-17

8-May-17 3-May-17 4-May-17

0600PM 0600PM 0600PM

344 347 348 350

38200 38546 38555 38451

3 3 3 3

18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 23-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

3-May-17 3-May-17 8-May-17 3-May-17

351

39505

3

1-Feb-17

352 360 361

39506 38548 38550

3 3 3

31-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

380 S10 S11 S12

37595 38376 38377 38378

3 3 3 3

S13 S15 S17 S20

38379 38271 38380 38381

S21 S22 S25 S27 S30

INST

0840PM 0840PM 0840PM

M W R

CCLA CCLA CCLA

203 101 101

Steed, A Geddes, M Waterman, A

0600PM 0600PM 0600PM 0200PM

0840PM 0840PM 0840PM 0440PM

W W M W

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

203 214 101 105

Rosso, A Patsynski, J Browning, K Rosso, A

8-May-17 LATE START

0130PM

0310PM

MW

CLCWES

107

Zephier, S

8-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17

1200PM 1230PM 0600PM

0140PM 0145PM 0715PM

TR MW TR

CLCWES CLCNOR CCLA

200 212 203

Krick, K Stafinbil, S Lord, G

21-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

6-May-17 8-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17

0900AM 0800AM 0800AM 0800AM

1140AM 0915AM 0915AM 0915AM

S MW MW TR

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

205 101 205 203

Young, J Steed, A Krick, K Villegas, C

3 3 3 3

17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

4-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17 8-May-17

0800AM 0930AM 0930AM 1100AM

0915AM 1045AM 1045AM 1215PM

TR MW TR MW

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

101 205 101 205

Edwards, S Welliver, R Achziger, S Feres, B

38209 38382 38383 38384 38388

3 3 3 3 3

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17 8-May-17

1100AM 1100AM 1100AM 1230PM 0200PM

1215PM 1215PM 1215PM 0145PM 0315PM

MW TR TR TR MW

CCLA CCLA CLCNOR CCLA CCLA

203 101 212 205 101

McClelland-Fieler, C Swanson, B Levell, M Whited, K Achziger, S

S41 S44 S47 S50

38386 38387 38547 38452

3 3 3 3

23-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

8-May-17 3-May-17 3-May-17 3-May-17

0600PM 0600PM 0600PM 0200PM

0840PM 0840PM 0840PM 0440PM

M W W W

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

203 203 214 105

Steed, A Rosso, A Patsynski, J Rosso, A

S51

39507

3

1-Feb-17

8-May-17 LATE START

0130PM

0310PM

MW

CLCWES

107

Zephier, S

S52 S60 S61

39508 38549 38551

3 3 3

31-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17

1200PM 1230PM 0600PM

0140PM 0145PM 0715PM

TR MW TR

CLCWES CLCNOR CCLA

200 212 203

Krick, K Stafinbil, S Lord, G

ENG 122 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II (GT: CO2)

Expands and refines the objectives of English Composition I. Emphasizes critical and logical thinking and reading, problem definition, research strategies, and writing analytical, evaluative, and/or persuasive papers that incorporate research. Basic word processing skills needed.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 121 (grade C or higher). Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 309

39463

3

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0800AM

0915AM

MW

CLCNOR

212

Edwards, S

310 311 312 313

37596 37099 37597 37100

3 3 3 3

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17 8-May-17

0800AM 0800AM 0200PM 0930AM

0915AM 0915AM 0315PM 1045AM

MW TR TR MW

CCLA CCLA CCLA CLCNOR

214 205 205 212

Zephier, S Fromhart, N Beach, E Fromhart, N

314 315 316 317 318

37101 37102 37103 37991 37104

3 3 3 3 3

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17

1100AM 0200PM 1230PM 1230PM 1230PM

1215PM 0315PM 0145PM 0145PM 0145PM

MW TR MW TR TR

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA CLCNOR

101 203 205 101 212

Swanson, B Aragon, R Fromhart, N McClelland-Fieler, C Edwards, S

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

319 320 321 322

37998 38048 38050 38286

3 3 3 3

17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 20-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

4-May-17 4-May-17 5-May-17 8-May-17

0200PM 0330PM 0900AM 0200PM

323 324 325 329

38453 38518 38517 39071

3 3 3 3

17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

4-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17 8-May-17

330 340 341 342

39466 38051 37990 37598

3 3 3 3

19-Jan-17 19-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

343 344 371 380 381

37599 38287 37591 37105 38556

3 3 3 3 3

19-Jan-17 23-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 21-Jan-17 20-Jan-17

INST

0315PM 0445PM 1140AM 0315PM

TR TR F MW

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

101 205 205 205

Waterman, A Lord, G Beach, E Campbell, C

0330PM 0330PM 1100AM 0200PM

0445PM 0445PM 1215PM 0315PM

TR MW TR MW

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

214 205 205 203

Reichel, S Sather, M Zephier, S Levell, M

4-May-17 4-May-17 2-May-17 3-May-17

0600PM 0600PM 0600PM 0600PM

0840PM 0840PM 0840PM 0840PM

R R T W

CLCCFS CLCNOR CCLA CCLA

134 212 101 205

Beach, E Allen, M Geddes, M Dyer, K

4-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17 6-May-17 5-May-17

0600PM 0600PM 0930AM 0900AM 0800AM

0840PM 0840PM 1045AM 1140AM 1040AM

R M TR S F

CCLA CCLA CLCNOR CCLA CCLA

205 205 212 101 203

Lotspeich, J Navarro, J Whited, K Lyons, J Navarro, J

ENG 131 TECHNICAL WRITING I

Develops skills students can apply to a variety of technical documents. Focuses on principles for organizing, writing, and revising clear, readable documents for industry, business, and government. Basic word processing skills needed.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores 501

39294

3

18-Jan-17 22-Mar-17

1200PM

0400PM

MW

Lotspeich, J

TR

Lotspeich, J

ENG 132 TECHNICAL WRITING II

Expands and refines the objectives of ENG 131, emphasizing formal presentations, both written and oral.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 131 (grade C or higher). 500

38887

3

24-Jan-17

27-Apr-17

1200PM

0400PM

ENG 221 CREATIVE WRITING I

Teaches techniques for creative writing. Explores imaginative uses of language through creative genres, fiction, poetry, and literary nonfiction with emphasis on the students' unique style, subject matter, and needs.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores 111

37106

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

M

CCLA

107

Whited, K

CCLA

107

Whited, K

ENG 222 CREATIVE WRITING II

Provides continued development of written expression in such forms as poetry, fiction, and/or nonfiction writing.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 221 (grade C or higher) or permission of Department Chair. 111

37497

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

M

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

Department Chair: Ana Martin-Mejia (303) 340-7567, Academic Support Specialist: Lauryn Gangle-Wythe (303) 360-4749

ESL 021 BASIC GRAMMAR Assists students in mastering basic structures in English grammar through oral and written practice.

Prerequisite: Appropriate score on assessment test. 010

38197

3

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0800AM

0915AM

MW

CCLA

312

Perez Gonzalez, M

040

37953

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

M

CCLA

312

Hilken, M

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


Courses SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

ESL 022 INTERMEDIATE GRAMMAR

Reviews basic grammar and introduces intermediate structures. Provides integrated practice through a variety of oral and written exercises.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 021 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 020 022 040 080

37145 38026 37954 37576

3 3 3 3

20-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 23-Jan-17 21-Jan-17

5-May-17 2-May-17 8-May-17 6-May-17

0930AM 1230PM 0600PM 1100AM

1210PM 0310PM 0840PM 0140PM

F T M S

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

312 312 314 312

Schweissing, D Schweissing, D Pellettier, M Fox, B

103 103 312 314

Karabushin, Y Noon Ulvila, C Saenz, S Wexler, L

ESL 023 ADVANCED GRAMMAR

Reviews intermediate grammar. Introduces advanced structures with increased emphasis on written communication.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 022 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 010 024 040 080

37146 38027 37955 38134

3 3 3 3

18-Jan-17 19-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 21-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17 3-May-17 6-May-17

1130AM 0930AM 0600PM 1100AM

1245PM 1210PM 0840PM 0140PM

MW R W S

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

ESL 032 INTERMEDIATE LISTENING AND SPEAKING

Teaches listening, pronunciation, note taking, and conversation skills related to communication in the college classroom. Increases speed and accuracy in speaking through free and guided conversational practice.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 021 or ESL 031 or ESL 041 or ESL 051 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 010

37151

3

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0100PM

0215PM

MW

CCLA

312

Karabushin, Y

ESL 033 ADVANCED LISTENING AND SPEAKING

Provides students with opportunities to increase the listening and speaking skills required in academic and work situations. Emphasizes vocabulary building, listening and note taking strategies, as well as questioning, discussion, and presentation skills.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 022 or ESL 032 or ESL 042 or ESL 052 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 040

37957

3

19-Jan-17

4-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

R

CCLA

312

Pellettier, M

ESL 041 BASIC READING

Improves comprehension of simple written texts through vocabulary building and reading strategies. Presents techniques to develop and increase word attack skills, vocabulary use, and overall comprehension.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 021 or ESL 031 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 010 012 040

37152 38135 37958

3 3 3

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17 3-May-17

XYZ

39525

3

18-Jan-17 12-May-17

0930AM 0930AM 0600PM

1045AM 1045AM 0840PM

ARR

ARR

MW TR W

CCLA CCLA CCLA

312 312 301

Schweissing, D Eichenour, J Fedrid, M STAFF

ESL 042 INTERMEDIATE READING

Helps the student read more quickly and accurately and understand a variety of more complex reading material.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 041 or ESL 022 and ESL 051 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 022 024 040

37577 37959 37960

3 3 3

17-Jan-17 19-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

2-May-17 4-May-17 3-May-17

1230PM 1230PM 0600PM

0310PM 0310PM 0840PM

T R W

CCLA CCLA CCLA

314 314 314

Breaux, J Breaux, J Eichenour, J

ESL 043 ADVANCED READING

Prepares the student for academic reading assignments. Assists the student to read more accurately and critically through the development of vocabulary knowledge and reading skills. Introduces research skills.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 042 or ESL 023 and ESL 052 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 010 022

38490 38216

3 3

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 2-May-17

1000AM 0930AM

1115AM 1210PM

MW T

CCLA CCLA

103 103

Noon Ulvila, C Karabushin, Y

040 080

37961 38310

3 3

23-Jan-17 21-Jan-17

8-May-17 6-May-17

0600PM 0800AM

0840PM 1040AM

M S

CCLA CCLA

103 312

Campbell, C Wexler, L

ESL 051 BASIC COMPOSITION CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

Introduces fundamentals of sentence structure and development. Assists the student in developing sentence variety and grammatical competency needed to perform both personal and academic writing tasks.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of ESL 041 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 010 012 040

37600 38217 37962

3 3 3

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17 2-May-17

XYZ

39522

3

18-Jan-17 13-May-17

1100AM 1100AM 0600PM

1215PM 1215PM 0840PM

ARR

ARR

MW TR T

CCLA CCLA CCLA

312 312 312

Schweissing, D Schweissing, D Perez Gonzalez, M STAFF

ESL 052 INTERMEDIATE COMPOSITION

Introduces the fundamentals of paragraph organization and development. Assists students in developing sentence variety and grammatical competency within well-organized paragraphs.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 051, ESL 021 and ESL 022 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 022

37153

3

17-Jan-17

2-May-17

0930AM

1210PM

T

CCLA

314

Hilken, M

024 042 080

38218 38489 37964

3 3 3

19-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 21-Jan-17

4-May-17 2-May-17 6-May-17

0930AM 0600PM 0800AM

1210PM 0840PM 1040AM

R T S

CCLA CCLA CCLA

314 314 103

Fox, B Saenz, S Stutler, K

ESL 053 ADVANCED COMPOSITION

Reviews paragraph organization and develops the skill of writing essays using selected rhetorical modes. Emphasizes accurate use of advanced grammatical structures. Includes summarizing, paraphrasing, and research writing.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 052 and ESL 022 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 010 012 042

37510 37965 37966

4 4 4

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17

0800AM 1230PM 0600PM

0940AM 0210PM 0740PM

MW TR TR

CCLA CCLA CCLA

103 103 103

Noon Ulvila, C Noon Ulvila, C Hilken, M

172

38308

4

18-Jan-17

3-May-17 HYBRID

0600PM

0755PM

W

CCLA

103

Breaux, J

This is a hybrid class. It meets online and in the classroom on these dates: 1/18; 2/1; 2/15; 3/1; 3/15; 4/5; 4/19; 5/3.

ESL 055 COMPUTER BASICS FOR ESL STUDENTS Introduces the basic skills for computer use, including keyboarding, using Windows, word processing, text entry, document appearance, editing, printing, and navigating the Internet.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of ESL 021 or ESL 031 or ESL 041 or ESL 051 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 080

38312

2

20-Jan-17

5-May-17

0930AM

1110AM

F

CCLA

103

Stutler, K

FIRE SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY

Department Chair: Beth Lattone (303) 340-7075, Program Assistant: Cindy Smith (303) 340-7070

FST 100 FIREFIGHTER I

Addresses the requirements necessary to perform at the first level of progression as identified in National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) 1001, Firefighter Professional Qualifications. This is a lecture and lab course for meeting the NFPA 1001, Level I, standard using IFSTA Essentials.

Prerequisite: Requires acceptance to CCA Firefighter Academy; be 18 or older and meet all current civil service and physical fitness requirements for hire by a Colorado Fire Department. Co-requisite: FST102, FST 109, FST 107 and PED 110. 500 500 501

38940 38940 39478

9 9 9

10-Jan-17 10-Jan-17 25-Oct-16

8-Apr-17 8-Apr-17 3-Feb-17 LATE START

0800AM 0600PM ARR

0500PM 1000PM ARR

S TR

CLCSIM

112

Stephenson, M Stephenson, M Stephenson, M

FST 102 INTRODUCTION TO FIRE SCIENCE AND SUPPRESSION

Provides an overview to fire protection; career opportunities in fire protection and related fields; philosophy and history of fire protection/service; fire loss analysis; organization and function of public and private fire protection services; fire departments as part of local government ; laws and regulations affecting the fire service; fire service nomenclature ; specific fire protection functions; basic fire chemistry and physics; introduction to fire protection systems; introduction to fire strategy and tactics. CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


Courses SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

Co-requisite: FST100, FST 109, FST 107 and PED 110.

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

CLCSIM

112

INST

500

38941

3

10-Jan-17

8-Apr-17

ARR

ARR

501

39479

3

25-Oct-16

3-Feb-17 LATE START

ARR

ARR

Stephenson, M Stephenson, M

Explores the theories and fundamentals of how and why fires start, spread, and are controlled. 501 39480 3 25-Oct-16 3-Feb-17 LATE START ARR

ARR

Stephenson, M

FST 103 FIRE BEHAVIOR AND COMBUSTION

FST 105 BUILDING CONSTRUCTION FOR FIRE PROTECTION

Provides the components of building construction that relate to fire and life safety. The focus of this course is on firefighter safety. The elements of consideration and design of structures are shown to be key factors when inspecting buildings, preplanning fire operations, and operating at emergencies. 501 39481 3 25-Oct-16 3-Feb-17 LATE START ARR ARR Stephenson, M

FST 106 FIRE PREVENTION

Provides fundamental information regarding the history and philosophy of fire prevention, organization and operation of a fire prevention bureau, use of fire codes, identification and correction of fire hazards, and the relationships of fire prevention with built-in fire protection systems, fire investigation, and fire and life-safety education. 501

39482

3

25-Oct-16

3-Feb-17 LATE START

ARR

ARR

Stephenson, M

FST 107 HAZARDOUS MATERIALS OPERATIONS (LEVEL I)

Introduces hazardous materials incidents, recognizing and identifying hazardous materials, planning response, implementing response procedures, decision making, and continued evaluation at the awareness and operation level.

Prerequisite: Requires acceptance to CCA Firefighter Academy; be 18 or older and meet all current civil service and physical fitness requirements for hire by a Colorado Fire Department. Co-requisite: FST100, FST 102, FST 109 and PED 110. 500

38943

3

11-Apr-17

6-May-17 LATE START

0600PM

1000PM

501

39484

3

25-Oct-16

3-Feb-17 LATE START

ARR

ARR

TR

CLCSIM

112

Stephenson, M Stephenson, M

FST 109 OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY AND HEALTH FOR FIRE

Introduces the basic concepts of occupational health and safety as it relates to emergency service organizations. Topics include risk evaluation and control procedures for fire stations, training sites, emergency vehicles, and emergency situations involving fire, EMS, hazardous materials, and technical rescue. This course introduces the basic principles and history related to the national firefighter life safety initiatives, focusing on the need for cultural and behavioral change throughout emergency services.

Co-requisite: FST100, FST 102, FST 107 and PED 110. 500

38699

3

17-Jan-17

8-May-17 SELF PACED

ARR

ARR

501

39485

3

25-Oct-16

3-Feb-17 LATE START

ARR

ARR

Offers the clinical practicum to apply the related fire science technology. 500 38944 2 10-Jan-17 8-Apr-17 SELF PACED

ARR

ARR

ARR

ARR

CLCSIM

Stephenson, M Stephenson, M

FST 170 CLINICAL I

501

39496

2

25-Oct-16

3-Feb-17 SELF PACED

CLCSIM

112

Graves, T Stephenson, M

FST 253 FIRE GROUND ORGANIZATION AND COMMAND

Focuses on fire ground management, resource availability, management and deployment, Integrated Management System and all related components, communications, problem solving, and table top exercises. 609 39096 3 17-Jan-17 8-May-17 SELF PACED ARR ARR Stephenson, M

FILM/VIDEO MEDIA

Department Chair: Brian Setward (303) 340-7322, Student Success Coordinator: Jennifer D. Scott (303) 340-7333

FVM 105 VIDEO PRODUCTION I

This introduction to visual storytelling provides students with the opportunity to identify the components and explore the expressive visual elements that compromise narrative motion pictures. Students work in groups and/or pairs structuring and shooting exercises and original projects to be edited in FVM 160 (which must be taken concurrently). With an emphasis on creating emotional connections between character and audience, this course will help students learn techniques to create and illustrate effective and dimensional stories' Students will also learn the art of collaboration, which is necessary for film production.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENG 121 (with a grade of C or better) or equivalent assessment score. Co-requisite: FVM 160 CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


SEC

CRN

CR DATES

410 411 412 413

38002 38003 38832 38856

3 3 3 3

18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

TIMES 8-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17 8-May-17

0900AM 1115AM 0900AM 0120PM

1050AM 0105PM 1050AM 0310PM

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

MW MW TR MW

CLCCFS CLCCFS CLCCFS CLCCFS

INST

133 133 133 133

Higgins, D Higgins, D Jones, J Higgins, D

FVM 117 UNDERSTANDING THE ACTOR'S PROCESS

Explores the actor's process with an emphasis on developing supportive and effective collaborations with other actors, directors and crew members. Applies techniques and acting theory to production and teaches basic terminology for actors in the screen environment. Introduces improvisation, script and character analysis, rehearsal process and protocol.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENG 121 (with a grade of C or better) or equivalent assessment score. 310 311 312 313

38005 38006 38007 38008

3 3 3 3

17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

4-May-17 4-May-17 8-May-17 8-May-17

0900AM 1115AM 0345PM 0130PM

1050AM 0105PM 0535PM 0320PM

TR TR MW MW

CLCCFS CLCCFS CLCCFS CLCCFS

126 126 126 126

Olson, D Boulgakova, G Burns, A Boulgakova, G

340

38833

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0600PM

0750PM

TR

CLCCFS

126

Burns, A

FVM 118 SCREEN ACTOR IMPROVISATION

This course builds on FVM 117, Understanding the Actor's Process, and is designed for students with an interest and aptitude for on-camera performance. The course continues to explore the teachings of Stanislavski as his system relates to creating believable and realistic characters and applying that knowledge to develop roles for the screen.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM160 (grade C or higher) AND successful completion or concurrent enrollment in FVM 136 AND FVM 150 (grade C or higher). 310

38009

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0130PM

0320PM

TR

CLCCFS

126

Boulgakova, G

FVM 136 SHORT SCRIPT ANALYSIS

Introduces short subject script analysis and emphasizes critical thinking in regards to story technique and subtext behind the writers work. Students will identify and demonstrate an understanding of the methods of script analysis and translate knowledge into new context by summarizing, describing, interpreting, discussing and evaluating the three to forty minute short narrative, experimental, documentary, and animation scripts and films.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENG 121 (with a grade of C or better) or equivalent assessment score. 410 411 412 413

38010 38011 38835 38857

3 3 3 3

18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

8-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17 8-May-17

0130PM 0900AM 0130PM 1115AM

0320PM 1050AM 0320PM 0105PM

MW MW TR MW

CLCCFS CLCCFS CLCCFS CLCCFS

151 129 142 129

Olson, D Cartwright, T Jones, J Jones, J

FVM 150 DEVELOPMENT OF FILM EXPRESSION

Examines the nature and structure of Film/Video expression, concentrating on the way directors, editors, and cinematographers use visual techniques to serve the narrative. Students watch films in their entirety and then analyze them for their lighting, composition, camera position, movement, lens, depth of field, use of screen space, placement of performers, and editing techniques.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of or ENG 121 (with a grade of C or better) or equivalent assessment score or ENG 121 may be taken at the same time. 310

38013

3

17-Jan-17

2-May-17

0130PM

0510PM

T

CLCCFS

111

Olson, D

311 340

38014 38012

3 3

19-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

4-May-17 2-May-17

0130PM 0600PM

0510PM 0940PM

R T

CLCCFS CLCCFS

111 111

Houston, A Houston, A

FVM 153 INTRODUCTION TO FILM PRODUCTION

Introduces students to the study of motion picture photography as a means of communication as well as the processes and considerations involved in 16mm film production. Covers film stock, laboratory and processing, crew positions and responsibilities, audio, lighting and exposure considerations. Students will apply both the creative and technical aspects of cinematography and demonstrate their artistry and collaborative skill with a final class project.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of FVM 105, FVM 136, FVM 160 (grade C or higher) and successful completion of or concurrent enrollment in FVM 117 and FVM 150 (grade C or higher). 310

38834

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

3

18-Jan-17

8-Mar-17

Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

1240PM

MW

CLCCFS

121

Steinbrinck, K

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes.

0900AM

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


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CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

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INST

FVM 155 WRITING THE SHORT SCRIPT

Introduces short script writing where students conceptualize, write, rewrite, and polish their own scripts throughout the course building a portfolio for use in student productions. The course covers several writing techniques including the principles of construction, the role of subtext, creating dynamic characters, and the difference in theory between shorts and features.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of FVM 105, FVM 136, FVM 160 (grade C or higher) and successful completion of or concurrent enrollment in FVM 117 and FVM 150 (grade C or higher). 310 311

38584 38015

3 3

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17

1115AM 1115AM

0105PM 0105PM

MW TR

CLCCFS CLCCFS

151 129

Cartwright, T Cartwright, T

312 313

38142 38836

3 3

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17

0345PM 0345PM

0535PM 0535PM

MW TR

CLCCFS CLCCFS

135 142

Dibble, L Dibble, T

FVM 160 VIDEO POST PRODUCTION I

Introduces the basic concepts and skills of video post-production with an emphasis on non-linear editing. The student will demonstrate comprehension of basic editing techniques to enhance visual storytelling. The student will learn to critically analyze shot construction, motion and composition in storytelling and character development for the films and exercises they shoot in FVM 105 Video Production I.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENG 121 (with a grade of C or better) or equivalent assessment score. Co-requisite: FVM 105 410

38016

3

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

1115AM

0105PM

MW

CLCCFS

134

Chavez Callejas, L

411 412 413

38017 38838 38858

3 3 3

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17 8-May-17

0130PM 1115AM 0345PM

0320PM 0105PM 0535PM

MW TR MW

CLCCFS CLCCFS CLCCFS

134 134 134

Chavez Callejas, L Houston, A Baxter, M

FVM 164 DIGITAL EDITING: FINAL CUT PRO

Introduces the basic concepts and skills of non-linear editing using Final Cut Pro. The student will demonstrate comprehension in various editing techniques and apply the acquired knowledge to exercises in the class. The student will analyze other editor's works for aesthetic and technical merit and develop an understanding of industry standards and expectations. Capturing, outputting, and software integration are covered.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of FVM 105, FVM 136, FVM 160 (grade C or higher) and successful completion of or concurrent enrollment in FVM 117 and FVM 150 (grade C or higher). 310

38837

3

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

1115AM

0105PM

MW

CLCCFS

136

Hofmann, J

FVM 181 ACTION FILM

Surveys different genres, cultures, and movements, students will watch films and analyze within historical, social, and aesthetic contexts. Various topics may include Soviet Cinema, The Musical, Film Noir, Silent Cinema, Contemporary Global Cinema, etc.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of ENG 121 and FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 160 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 340

38588

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17

0600PM

0940PM

M

CLCCFS

111

Alighieri, A

FVM 183 ITALIAN NEO-REALISM AND FRENCH NEW WAVE CINEMA

An examination of the Post War movements that revitalized world cinema and moved production out of the studios and into the streets. Students will identify components and analyze methods, concepts and theories. Stresses the work of Rossellini, De Sica, Goddard, Truffaut, and Renais.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of ENG 121 and FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 160 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 340

38589

3

19-Jan-17

4-May-17

0600PM

0940PM

R

CLCCFS

111

Houston, A

FVM 185 THE DOCUMENTARY FILM

An overview of the subject, with an emphasis on the historical development of the documentary film. Classroom visits with local documentary filmmakers, analysis of documentary techniques, finding the story and the challenges of the medium.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENG 121 and FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 160 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 310

38018

3

18-Jan-17

3-May-17

0130PM

0510PM

W

CLCCFS

111

Alweis, R

FVM 188 THE COMEDY FILM

Provides an overview, history, and examination of the film comedy genre. Students will analyze films from a variety of perspectives; drama, history, culture and film aesthetics and techniques. Examines both style (Farce, Social Satire, Parody, etc.), and performers (Chaplin, Keaton, Fields, Marx Brothers, etc.), moving chronologically.

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

Prerequisites: Successful completion of ENG 121 and FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 160 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 310

38590

3

17-Jan-17

2-May-17

0900AM

1240PM

T

CLCCFS

151

Burns, A

FVM 200 VIDEO PRODUCTION II

Engages students in more advanced productions, helping them to develop and demonstrate a mastery of the many skills necessary to make effective and successful films. Translates knowledge, methods and concepts developed in previous courses, into a creative, problem solving learn-by-doing filmmaking experience.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 160, and (FVM 118, FVM 218, and successful completion or concurrency in FVM 155) or (FVM 205, successful completion or concurrency in FVM 153) or (FVM 155 and successful completion or concurrency in FVM 215) or (FVM 164 and successful completion or concurrency in FVM 215) or (FVM 155 and successful completion or concurrency in FVM 202); all grade C or higher. 310 311

38019 38592

3 3

17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

7-Mar-17 7-Mar-17

0900AM 0130PM

1240PM 0510PM

TR TR

CLCCFS CLCCFS

111 151

Chadwick, G Chadwick, G

FVM 202 FILM/VIDEO BUSINESS

Introduces students to the basic principles of business and how they apply to the motion picture industry. The course covers a broad assortment of topics including new venture creation, intellectual property, accounting and finance. These topics are then applied to specific events or organizations inside of the industry to build context.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 160 (grade C or higher). 310 340

38004 39488

3 3

18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

8-May-17 8-May-17

0345PM 0600PM

0535PM 0750PM

MW MW

CLCCFS CLCCFS

133 129

Thomas, A Thomas, A

FVM 204 ART DIRECTION

Introduces the historical and organizational role of the Art Director, script analysis technique, the research and pre-visualization process, and the parameters of the set. Students will explore the emotional content of artistic choices in regards to set, props, wardrobe and makeup. Analysis of character development and the characters' relationship to the space and the physical elements of the set will be explored. Students will learn to apply color and texture to support the story and character on a student production.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of ENG 121 and FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 160 all (grade C or higher). 110 311

37999 39111

3 3

17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

4-May-17 4-May-17

1115AM 0900AM

0105PM 1040AM

TR TR

CLCCFS CLCCFS

133 134

Howard, J Howard, J

FVM 205 CAMERA TECHNIQUES

The narrative importance of different camera angles, movements, and focal planes are analyzed. Students will examine how video and 16mm film cameras work, and various techniques used in composition and the acquisition of images. Students will demonstrate and apply technique by shooting specific exercises both in and out of class.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of FVM 105, FVM 136, FVM 160 and successful completion or concurrent enrollment in FVM 117 and FVM 150 all (grade C or higher). 310

38020

3 13-Mar-17

8-May-17 LATE START

0130PM

0510PM

MW

CLCCFS

121

McKissen, S

311

38594

3

4-May-17 LATE START

0130PM

0510PM

TR

CLCCFS

121

STAFF

9-Mar-17

FVM 206 FILM/VIDEO LIGHTING

Lighting design and aesthetics in interior, exterior, location and studio settings. Students will examine and analyze photographic and motion picture lighting and plan, design and implement their re-creation. Students will then demonstrate and apply technique by shooting specific exercises both in and out of class.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 160 all (grade C or higher). 310 311

38180 38595

3 17-Jan-17 3 13-Mar-17

7-Mar-17 8-May-17 LATE START

0130PM 0900AM

0510PM 1240PM

TR MW

CLCCFS CLCCFS

121 121

Steinbrinck, K Steinbrinck, K

FVM 207 DIRECTING WORKSHOP

This class is a workshop focusing on the directing process, specifically: interpretation of the script, working with actors, rehearsal, blocking for camera, preparation for shooting, camera motivation and dynamics. Our focus will be on directing actors, playable direction, script analysis, scene breakdown and rehearsal, actor preparation, improvisation as a tool and shot selection.

Prerequisites: Successful Completion of FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 155, FVM 160, and (FVM 200 or FVM 220) all (grade C or higher). 310

38839

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

3

18-Jan-17

8-Mar-17

Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

1240PM

MW

CLCCFS

111

Olson, D

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes.

0900AM

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


Courses SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

FVM 208 SOUND FOR FILM/VIDEO

This introduction to sound for film and video provides instruction on acquisition of audio on location and post-production methods. Students will apply the techniques and tools discussed in class to practical exercises and group environments. Students will analyze sound information to prepare projects for the post-production process and learn to synthesize the acquired results with the visual elements of the story to enhance the emotional impact of a piece. Students will be introduced to sweetening techniques, musical compositions and Foley.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 160 all (grade C or higher). 340

38021

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0600PM

0750PM

TR

CLCCFS

129

Davis, J

FVM 209 PRODUCTION MANAGEMENT

This course teaches students how to plan, schedule, and budget for a feature length film or television pilot using Scheduling and Budgeting software. Students will use critical thinking to arrange and divide the script and learn how to predict, calculate, and estimate for insurance requirements, unions and guilds, and basic accounting to complete a professional industry budget and schedule ready for production.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 160 all (grade C or higher). 310 340

38022 38840

3 3

18-Jan-17 23-Jan-17

8-May-17 8-May-17

0130PM 0600PM

0320PM 0940PM

MW M

CLCCFS CLCCFS

135 135

Dontcheva, I Pfau, A

FVM 211 STUDIO RECORDING FOR VOICE

Instructs the student in preparation and performance of song and dialogue for the screen. This course includes instruction on preparation and performance on camera and in the studio including studio protocol, microphone techniques, ADR and voicing animated characters. Students will explore sound and its effect on emotion and character and apply acquired techniques to support the story as defined visually.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 160 all (grade C or higher). 310

38033

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0130PM

0320PM

TR

CLCCFS

129

Burns, A

FVM 212 CONTEMPORARY GLOBAL CINEMA

Students will explore some of the major themes and currents in filmmaking from around the globe during the past 40 years including differences between local traditions and transnational industrial and artistic practices, forces of globalization on a culture and its films, and historical and cultural context of the production and reception of individual films. Students will explore the concepts of global cinema, first, second, and third cinema, third-world cinema, and counter cinema.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of ENG 121 and FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 160 all (grade C or higher). 340

38185

3

18-Jan-17

3-May-17

0600PM

0940PM

W

CLCCFS

111

Jones, J

FVM 213 CINEMATOGRAPHY

Cinematography elucidates the integration of lighting, camera movement, visual aesthetics and actor blocking necessary for narrative development and character revelation in the translation of script to screen. This course focuses on how entire scenes may captured in a single dynamic camera movement ("sequence shot") that enhances the dramatic presentation of narrative flow and character arc through exploration of the three dimensional set of the scene and its interpretation to the two dimensional space of the screen.

Prerequisites: Successful Completion of FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 153, FVM 160, FVM 200, FVM 205, FVM 206 and successful completion or concurrent enrollment in FVM 220, all (grade C or higher). 310

38841

3

18-Jan-17

8-Mar-17

0900AM

1240PM

MW

CLCCFS

142

Carter, R

FVM 215 VIDEO POST PRODUCTION II

Instructs students in editing techniques using footage shot in FVT 200 Production II and from assigned footage. Students will explore various exercises to learn control and comprehension of digital editing and storytelling and to apply these techniques to the completion of a final edit for Production II. Students will continue to use and gain mastery over non-linear editing systems including an introduction to audio post production, music creation and placement and color correction. Students will learn to evaluate footage and edit pieces with strong character development and strong narrative structure.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 160 and (FVM 220 or successful completion or concurrent enrollment in FVM 200) (all grade C or higher). 310

38023

3

9-Mar-17

4-May-17 LATE START

0900AM

1240PM

TR

CLCCFS

136

Chadwick, G

311

38576

3

9-Mar-17

4-May-17 LATE START

0130PM

0510PM

TR

CLCCFS

136

Chadwick, G

FVM 216 PRODUCING THE INDEPENDENT FILM

Introduces students to the basic principles of producing the independent feature film. Students will further develop their feature film premise by creating a business plan which includes marketing, financing, and distribution as well as measuring, analyzing and assessing the industry, box office, markets and risk factors. Upon completion of the course, students will be prepared to present their project to prospective investors.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 160 (grade C or higher). 310

38034

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

3

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

0320PM

MW

CLCCFS

142

Thomas, A

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes.

0130PM

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

FVM 217 ACTING FOR THE SCREEN

This advanced, third-level acting course is designed for students who want to learn professional skills. Course will provide the students with enhanced acting abilities to develop multiple skills regarding the creation of dramatic characters. Students will learn set protocol, film technology and logistics.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 160 (grade C or higher). 310

38143

3

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

1115AM

0105PM

MW

CLCCFS

126

Boulgakova, G

FVM 220 16MM/HD PRODUCTION

Students pitch scripts to class and instructor for selection as 16mm projects, then crew and produce them. Emphasis will be placed on student's ability to tell a compelling story visually, including familiarity with the continuity style of the contemporary movie and a heightened awareness of composition and traditional three-dimensional design, while remaining open to and aware of more avant-garde and experimental forms and approaches.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of (FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 160), and (FVM 118, or FVM 155, or FVM 164), or (FVM 153, FVM 205 and successful completion or concurrent enrollment in FVM 206) (all grade C or higher). 340

38284

3

19-Jan-17

4-May-17

0600PM

0940PM

R

CLCCFS

121

Pfau, A

FVM 222 WRITING THE WEB SERIES

Provides an in-depth study of content creation for web series. Evaluate what makes a successful web series from narrative, production, business and marketing perspectives. Students will apply the principles learned from their evaluations to create content for existing and original web series.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of ENG 122, FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, and FVM 160 (grade C or higher). 310

38843

3

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0345PM

0535PM

MW

CLCCFS

151

Cartwright, T

FVM 228 ACTOR MOVEMENT & ACTION II

This class continues the student's training of physical-based acting techniques. Through the innovative techniques learned in Movement I, students are challenged weekly to expand previous trainings of performance and expression. Introduction of basic stunt work will be illustrated and choreography will also be trained. Techniques that will be used include: Mudra Space Awareness, Five Element Acting, and meisner-based exercises.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 160, FVM 218 (grade C or higher). 340

38035

3

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0600PM

0750PM

MW

CLCCFS

121

Mylott, C

FVM 229 PRODUCTION PREPARATION

Presents a rigorous overview in development and pre-production for Production III projects. Students will analyze, rewrite and polish short scripts in development for production as well as formulate, plan and prepare by scheduling, budgeting, and casting their projects in preparation for production.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of ENG 122 and (FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 155, FVM 160) and (FVM 232, or FVM 232, or FVM 242) and (FVM 200 or FVM 220, or FVM 251) and (FVM 207 or FVM 252 or successful completion or concurrent enrollment in FVM 209) (all grade C or higher). 310

38844

3

17-Jan-17

7-Mar-17

0900AM

1240PM

TR

CLCCFS

142

Dibble, L

FVM 232 WRITING THE TV PILOT

Provides an introduction into television writing. Students will explore all facets of creating original content for the broadcast medium. Emphasis will be on writing and work shopping a television pilot and the ancillary materials required to create and to market it.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of ENG 122, FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, and FVM 160 (grade C or higher). 340

38851

3

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0600PM

0750PM

MW

CLCCFS

151

Dibble, L

FVM 236 CREATIVE PRODUCING

This course introduces the role of the creative producer contrasting historical and contemporary roles. Students will assess, analyze, and compare scripts at the conceptual level in story development to plan, predict, estimate, and design a script from conception through pre-production, production and post-production on a student film project. Students will also begin development on a feature film project by evaluating ideas from magazines, newspapers, novels, short stories, and screenplays. Emphasis will be on the creative process of story development and pre-production as it relates to the craft of producing.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 155, FVM 160, (grade C or higher). 310

38577

3

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0130PM

0320PM

MW

CLCCFS

129

Hicks, G

FVM 248 POST PRODUCTION SOUND

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


Courses SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

The Post Production Sound course continues instruction on the theories and technical aspects of editing, mixing, mastering, and audio synchronization to video and film. Students will evaluate footage acquired on location and work with digital audio workstations to fix problems and create "clean" dialogue and location sounds. The student will be introduced to Automatic Dialogue Replacement and recording audio for video sync. Students will continue to learn to synthesize audio elements (dialogue, music and effects) with the visual elements of the story to enhance the emotional impact of a piece. Students will also continue to explore audio sweetening techniques, musical compositions and Foley.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 160, and FVM 208 (grade C or higher). 310

38846

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0345PM

0535PM

TR

CLCCFS

129

Davis, J

FVM 251 FEATURE SCRIPT ANALYSIS

This course is designed to familiarize students with advanced feature screenplay analysis by applying, combining, and integrating story knowledge in the form of written evaluation of material (script coverage). Students will read, analyze, and compare several writers' works from major production companies, studios, and agencies in development and critically evaluate and assess material in order to recommend or pass on the project for future production.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENG 122 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores and successful completion of FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 160 (grade C or higher). Successful completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENG 122 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores and Successful completion of FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 160 (grade C or higher). 310

38036

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0130PM

0320PM

TR

CLCCFS

135

Hicks, G

FVM 252 WRITING THE INDEPENDENT FILM

Designed toward writing low-budget, independent feature-length screenplays, this screenwriting course focuses on turning production liabilities into creative opportunities through the innovative use of non-traditional, character-driven narratives. Students will research, conceptualize, outline, write and workshop a complete first draft of a feature-length screenplay.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 122, and FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 155, FVM 160, FVM 251 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 340

38447

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0600PM

0750PM

TR

CLCCFS

135

Dibble, T

FVM 264 DIGITAL EFFECTS

Introduces Digital Effects software and methods for creating digital effects in the post-production environment. Students will achieve mastery in simple animation and understand the principles of animation as defined historically. Students will analyze style and emotional aesthetic and learn to support story by synthesizing video elements with effects. The coursework covers compositing, alpha channels, 2D and 3D effects.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 160 (grade C or higher). 340

39109

3

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0345PM

0535PM

MW

CLCCFS

136

Chavez Callejas, L

FVM 268 FEATURE REWRITES WORKSHOP

Introduces students to the rewriting process for feature film screenplays. Students will workshop and rewrite first draft screenplays created in FVM 252 or FVM 262 to professional standards. Emphasis is on the rewriting process to revise, edit and refine scripts based on peer review and instructor feedback.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 155, FVM 160, FVM 251, and (FVM 222, or 232, or 242) and (FVM 252 or FVM 262), and ENG 122 (all grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores for ENG 122. 410

38254

3

18-Jan-17

8-Mar-17

0900AM

1240PM

MW

CLCCFS

135

Dibble, L

FVM 269 SCREENWRITER'S WORKSHOP

Designed as a capstone course for the Screenwriting Program, this class prepares students for the transition from student-learners to working professionals. Students will complete final polishes on scripts rewritten in FVM 268, prepare a submission plan for screenwriting contests and production companies, write query letters and submit their screenplays to contests and producers. In addition, students will explore the business of professional screenwriting.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 155, FVM 160, FVM 251, and (FVM 222, or 232, or 242) and (FVM 252 or FVM 262), and ENG 122 (all grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores for ENG 122. 410

38327

3 13-Mar-17

8-May-17 LATE START

0900AM

1240PM

MW

CLCCFS

135

Hicks, G

FVM 270 FILM/VIDEO PRODUCTION III

Students take their developed scripts and pre-production work from FVM 229 Production III Preparation, and realize their production during the course of this class. Students polish the screenplay, finish casting, art direction, location scouting, shot listing, location surveys, planning for post, rehearsing, developing acting and directorial charts and realizing performances. Directing, Producing, Cinematography, Post, and Acting students collaborate on creating films and videos that showcase the highest quality of professional production and storytelling values in their finished project. Students complete an assembly edit, schedule and execute any pickups within the course.

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

Prerequisites: Successful completion of (FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 160) and (FVM 200, FVM 205, FVM 206, FVM 220 and successful completion of or concurrent enrollment in FVM 213) or [(FVM 200 or FVM 220) and successful completion of or concurrent enrollment in FVM 229 and (FVM 207 or FVM 209)] (all grade C or higher). 310

38847

3 13-Mar-17

8-May-17 LATE START

0900AM

1240PM

MW

CLCCFS

111

Steward, B

FVM 271 VIDEO POST PRODUCTION III

This course is a companion course to the Production III class and will continue to instruct students in advanced techniques in Final Cut Pro and on the integration of third party software applications. Students will directly apply the techniques from this class to the edit of their Production III project. Students will complete polished and professional edits including sophisticated use of sound, titles, and music in the realization of character, narrative, and thematic goals.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of (FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 160), and [(FVM 207, FVM 229, FVM 270) or (FVM 165, FMV 208, FVM 248, FVM 264)] (ALL grade C or higher). 310

38001

3

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0900AM

1050AM

MW

CLCCFS

136

Hofmann, J

FVM 275 SPECIAL TOPICS IN FILM VIDEO:

Offers a variety of courses on a one-time or experimental basis. Courses can include skills, production, or appreciation content. These courses may substitute for other post production requirements such as DVD Authoring, Flash, and Dreamweaver.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 160 (grade C or higher). 310 312 313

38579 38580 39064

3 3 3

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17

0130PM 1115AM 0345PM

0320PM 0105PM 0535PM

MW TR TR

CLCCFS CLCCFS CLCCFS

136 135 135

Hofmann, J Alweis, R Hicks, G

570

38848

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0130PM

0320PM

TR

CLCCFS

133

McKissen, S

FVM 287 INTERNSHIP

Provides Internship in the industry. Minimum of 130 hours.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, FVM 160) and (FVM 200 or FVM 220) (grade C or higher) AND Instructor permission. 609

38037

3

17-Jan-17

8-May-17 SELF PACED

1200PM

0320PM

CLCCFS

Jones, J

GEOGRAPHY

Department Chair: Bobby Pace (303) 360-4940, Academic Support Specialist: Rebecca Pritchard (303) 360-4731

GEO 105 WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY (GT: SS2)

Facilitates an understanding of spatial relationships between and among the geographic regions of the world. Includes demographic and cultural (political, economic, and historic) forces related to the physical environments of selected regions are included. The course focuses on analysis of interrelationships between developed and developing regions, and the interactions between human societies and natural environments.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 161

37194

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

M

CCLA

301

Vowles, T

GEO 112 PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY - WEATHER AND CLIMATE (GT: SS2)

Introduces the principles of meteorology, climatology, world vegetation patterns, and world regional climate classification. Course is conducted through an integrated process of lecture, discussion, and laboratory assignments and may be transferred to colleges and universities as a science credit.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111

38700

4

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0800AM

1040AM

MW

CCLA

204

Bishop, S

GEOLOGY

Department Chair: Martha Jackson-Carter (303) 340-7120, Administrative Assistant: Vacant (303) 340-7037

GEY 111 PHYSICAL GEOLOGY (GT: SC1)

Studies the materials of the earth, its structure, surface features, and the geologic processes involved in its development. Includes laboratory experience. CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


Courses SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 094 and MAT 050 (both grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 110 160

37203 37499

4 4

18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

8-May-17 8-May-17

0130PM 0600PM

0410PM 0840PM

MW MW

CLCWES CLCWES

211 211

Ashmore, R Ashmore, R

HISTORY

Department Chair: Bobby Pace (303) 360-4940, Academic Support Specialist: Rebecca Pritchard (303) 360-4731

HIS 111 THE WORLD: ANTIQUITY - 1500 (GT: HI1)

Explores a number of peoples, groups, ideas, institutions, and trends that have shaped World History from the prehistoric era to 1500. Reflects the multiple perspectives of gender, class, religion, and ethnic groups in a broad global sense. Focuses on the common denominators among all people. This approach goes beyond political borders to provide a better appreciation for different cultures. Focuses on developing, practicing, and strengthening the skills historians use while constructing knowledge in this discipline.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 161

38049 37500

3 3

18-Jan-17 19-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17

0930AM 0600PM

1045AM 0840PM

MW R

CCLA CLCSIM

112 119

Hunt, G Simpson, J

HIS 112 THE WORLD: 1500 - PRESENT (GT: HI1)

Explores a number of peoples, groups, ideas, institutions, and trends that have shaped World History from 1500 to the present. Reflects the multiple perspectives of gender, class, religion, and ethnic groups in a broad global sense. Focuses on the common denominators among all people. This approach goes beyond political borders to provide a better appreciation for different cultures. Focuses on developing, practicing, and strengthening the skills historians use while constructing knowledge in this discipline. This is a stand-alone course; HIS 111 is not a prerequisite.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 112

38506

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0330PM

0445PM

TR

CCLA

112

Johnson, K

HIS 121 U.S. HISTORY TO RECONSTRUCTION (GT: HI1)

Explores events, trends, peoples, groups, cultures, ideas, and institutions in North America and United States history, including the multiple perspectives of gender, class, and ethnicity, between the period when Native American Indians were the sole inhabitants of North America and the American Civil War. Focus is on developing, practicing, and strengthening the skills historians use while constructing knowledge in the discipline.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score Course Note: Formerly HIS 201; this is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 113

38507 38889

3 3

17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

4-May-17 8-May-17

0930AM 0330PM

1045AM 0445PM

TR MW

CCLA CCLA

102 102

Hunt, G Hunt, G

161

38508

3

17-Jan-17

2-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

T

CCLA

112

Simpson, J

HIS 122 U.S. HISTORY SINCE THE CIVIL WAR (GT: HI1)

Explores events, trends, peoples, groups, cultures, ideas, and institutions in United States history, including the multiple perspectives of gender, class, and ethnicity, between the period of the American Civil War and the present. Focuses on developing, practicing, and strengthening the skills historians use while constructing knowledge in the discipline. This is a stand-alone course; HIS 121 is not a prerequisite.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score Course Note: Formerly HIS 202; this is a statewide guarantee transfer course. 111 112

38509 38817

3 3

18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

8-May-17 8-May-17

1100AM 0930AM

1215PM 1045AM

MW MW

CCLA CCLA

102 212

Williams, B Williams, B

113

38510

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0930AM

1045AM

TR

CCLA

212

Williams, B

HIS 205 WOMEN IN WORLD HISTORY (GT-HI1)

Examines the roles, experiences, and contributions of women in world history and explores ways in which women's history modifies the traditional interpretations of historical events.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score This is a statewide guarantee transfer course. 161

38891

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

0600PM

0840PM

M

CCLA

102

Goff, K

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

HIS 208 AMERICAN INDIAN HISTORY (GT: HI1)

Analyzes historical and sociocultural change for Native Americans from pre-colonial America to the present, emphasizing those processes and relations with non-Native Americans which have contributed to the current conditions. Focuses on developing, practicing, and strengthening the skills historians use while constructing knowledge in this discipline.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111

38679

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

1230PM

0145PM

TR

CCLA

301

Hunt, G

It is highly recommend that students also take ANT 215-210 (GT: SS3) American Indian History, scheduled immediately before this course.

HIS 247 20TH CENTURY WORLD HISTORY (GT: HI1)

Investigates the major political, social, and economic developments, international relationships, scientific breakthroughs, and cultural trends that have shaped the various global regions and nation-states from 1900 to the present. Emphasizes the interactions of global regions and nation-states. Focuses on developing, practicing, and strengthening the skills historians use while constructing knowledge in this discipline.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111

38511

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

1100AM

1215PM

TR

CCLA

112

Williams, B

112 113

37501 39513

3 3

17-Jan-17 1-Feb-17

4-May-17 8-May-17 LATE START

0200PM 0300PM

0315PM 0415PM

TR MW

CLCWES CLCWES

219 218

Williams, B Johnson, K

HIS 250 AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY (GT: HI 1)

Explores the experiences and contributions of African Americans from the colonial period, to the present. Emphasizes the social and economic lives and roles of African Americans, their roles in politics and war, their achievements, and movements for self-help and civil rights.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score This is a statewide guarantee transfer course. 111

38722

3

19-Jan-17

4-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

R

CCLA

112

Langston, P

HEALTH PROFESSIONAL

Department Chair: Beth Lattone (303) 340-7075, Program Assistant: Cindy Smith (303) 340-7070

HPR 101 CUSTOMER SERVICE IN HEALTH CARE

Introduces students to customer service theory and techniques specifically in the healthcare arena. This course will discuss therapeutic communication, conflict resolution and negotiation, as well as employee/employer relations. Exploration of diverse populations and cultural sensitivity will be addressed.

Prerequisite: Department Permission required 110

38616

2

17-Jan-17 16-Feb-17

0900AM

1140AM

TR

CLCSIM

110

Rosado, I

Department Permission is required

HPR 102 CPR FOR PROFESSIONALS

Meets the requirements for American Red Cross Professional Rescuer CPR or American Heart Association Basic Life Support for those who work in Emergency Services, Health Care and other professional areas. Material presented in this course is basic patient assessment, basic airway management, rescue breathing, AED use and CPR for infant, children and adult patients. 110 38617 0.5 27-Jan-17 27-Jan-17 0830AM 0400PM F CLCSIM 110 Beumer, S

HPR 112 PHLEBOTOMY Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent test scores 140

38892

4

17-Jan-17

13-Apr-17

0530PM

0845PM

TR

CLCSIM

127

Traywick, J

HPR 116 COMPUTERS IN HEALTH CARE

Introduces the learner to use of personal computer technology and the concepts of software applicable to health care. Basic features of selected software, terminology related to hardware, software and online resources (which include PC, word processing, e-mail) and electronic health-based research will be emphasized. Provides opportunities for practical applications of computer skills to nursing care. CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


Courses SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

Prerequisite: Department Permission required 110

39065

1

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

1230PM

0120PM

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

T

CLCSIM

INST

100

Cape, C

HPR 178 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY

Introduces the student to the structure of medical terms with emphasis on using and combining the most common prefixes, roots, and suffixes. Includes terms related to major body systems, oncology, psychiatry, as well as clinical laboratory and diagnostic procedures and imaging. Class structure provides accepted pronunciation of terms and relative use in a healthcare setting. 110 38527 2 4-Apr-17 4-May-17 LATE START 0900AM 1140AM TR CLCSIM 110 Rosado, I

Recommended for Community Health Liason Certificate 111 170

38424 38288

2 2

19-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

4-May-17 4-May-17 HYBRID

0100PM 0600PM

0240PM 0740PM

R W

CLCSIM CLCSIM

120 119

Rosado, I Singh, S

This is a Hybrid course, it meets both online and in the classroom on: 1/18; 2/8; 3/1; 3/22 and 4/26

HPR 180 PHLEBOTOMY INTERNSHIP

Provides students with the opportunity to supplement coursework with practical work experience related to their educational program. Students work under the immediate supervision of experienced personnel at the business location and with the direct guidance of the instructor.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of HPR 112 (grade C or higher) 510

38859

3

14-Apr-17

8-May-17 LATE START

ARR

ARR

Traywick, J

HPR 219 PROFESSIONAL NURSING PATHWAY II

Building on the introduction to professional nursing established in HPR 209, this course is a continued investigation of the culture of healthcare safety and quality improvement. Concepts to be studied include the role of culture in the nurse-patient relationship; application of communication skills and attitudes; an exploration of nonacute nursing roles; quality improvement and safety competencies, and evidence based practice.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of HPR 209 (grade C or higher) and acceptance into the Integrated Nursing Pathway Program at CCA. N11

38992

3

18-Jan-17

3-May-17

1200PM

0240PM

W

CLCNOR

216

Ellis, M

HEALTH WELLNESS EDUCATION

Department Chair: Beth Lattone (303) 340-7075, Program Assistant: Cindy Smith (303) 340-7070

HWE 100 HUMAN NUTRITION

Introduces basic principles of nutrition with emphasis on personal nutrition. Satisfies nutrition requirement of students entering health care professions.

Prerequisite: Successful completion on CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score 110

37207

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

M

CLCSIM

119

Domer, M

111 170

38631 38529

3 3

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

3-May-17 2-May-17 HYBRID

0900AM 0200PM

1140AM 0440PM

W T

CLCSIM CLCSIM

121 100

Domer, M McConnell, C

CLCSIM

100

McConnell, C

CLCSIM

100

McConnell, C

This is a Hybrid course, it meets both online and in the classroom on: 1/17; 1/24; 2/21; 3/14 and 4/25. 171

37206

3

19-Jan-17

4-May-17 HYBRID

0900AM

1140AM

R

This is a Hybrid class. It meets online and in the class room on these dates: 1/19, 1/26, 2/23, 3/16, and 4/27 172

38893

3

19-Jan-17

4-May-17 HYBRID

0600PM

0840PM

R

This is a Hybrid course, it meets online and in the classroom on these dates: 1/19; 1/26; 2/23; 3/16 and 4/27 176

38630

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17 ONLINE

ARR

ARR

McConnell, C

HUMANITIES

Department Chair: Bobby Pace (303) 360-4940, Academic Support Specialist: Rebecca Pritchard (303) 360-4749

HUM 115 WORLD MYTHOLOGY (GT: AH2)

Introduces students to a multidisciplinary approach to world mythology. Common themes are illustrated and connected to religion, philosophy, art, literature, music, and contemporary culture. In addition, students will study various ways of interpreting myth

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 112

37967 38071

3 3

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17

207A 207A

Billotte, K Bowers, K

113 38718 CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

3

18-Jan-17 8-May-17 0100PM 0215PM MW CCLA 207A REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

Giambusso, A

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

0800AM 1100AM

0915AM 1215PM

MW TR

CCLA CCLA

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


SEC

CRN

CR DATES

161

38475

3

23-Jan-17

TIMES 8-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

M

CCLA

INST

112

Lanyon, L

HUM 121 EARLY CIVILIZATIONS (GT: AH2)

Introduces students to the history of ideas that have defined cultures through a study of the visual arts, literature, drama, music, and philosophy. It emphasizes connections among the arts, values, and diverse cultures, including European and non-European, from the Ancient world to 1000 C.E

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111

38038

3

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0930AM

1045AM

MW

CCLA

207A

Billotte, K

HUM 122 MEDIEVAL TO MODERN CIVILIZATIONS (GT: AH2)

Examines written texts, visual arts, and musical compositions to analyze and reflect the evolution and confluence of cultures in Europe, Asia and the Americas from 800 C.E. to 1750 C.E.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111

38476

3

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

1100AM

1215PM

MW

CCLA

207A

Billotte, K

HUM 123 THE MODERN WORLD (GT: AH2)

Examines the cultures of the 17th through the 20th centuries by focusing on the interrelationships of the arts, ideas, and history. Considers the influences of industrialism, scientific development and non-European peoples.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111

38232

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0930AM

1045AM

TR

CCLA

207A

Bowers, K

LITERATURE

Department Chair: Scott Reichel (303) 361-7406, Academic Support Specialist: Vacant (303) 361-7428

LIT 115 INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE (GT: AH2)

Introduces students to fiction, poetry, and drama. Emphasizes active and responsive reading.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of CCR 092, CCR 093, or CCR 094 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 110 111 161 198

38211 38212 38213 38214

3 3 3 3

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 19-Jan-17 21-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17 6-May-17

0930AM 1100AM 0600PM 0800AM

1045AM 1215PM 0840PM 1040AM

MW TR R S

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

102 104 307 106

Feres, B McClelland-Fieler, C Navarro, J Swanson, B

LIT 212 AMERICAN LITERATURE AFTER THE CIVIL WAR (GT: AH2)

An overview of American literature from the mid-nineteenth century to the present. Explores ideas, historical and social contexts, themes, and literary characteristics of works in various genres by major writers.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of CCR 092, CCR 093, or CCR 094 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 311

38896

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0930AM

1045AM

TR

CCLA

112

Blue, R

LIT 255 CHILDREN'S LITERATURE

Evaluates the criteria for selecting appropriate literature for children through exploration of genres, age levels, and values taught through literature, and the literary and artistic quality of various texts.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of CCR 092, CCR 093, or CCR 094 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score 160

37208

3

17-Jan-17

2-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

T

CLCWES

109

Achziger, S

MANAGEMENT

Department Chair: Heather McMichael (303) 340-7232, Lead Faculty: Arthur Vaughn, Jr. (303-340-7224), Administrative Assistant: Vacant (303) 340-7240 CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


Courses SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

MAN 156 PROBLEM SOLVING-BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT

Defines the problem solving and decision making processes. Those processes include: identifying decision elements, recognizing characteristics of good and bad decisions, practicing various approaches to decision making, utilizing a nine-step process for organizational decision making, exploring the nature of problems, understanding problem situation factors, identifying problems, considering the human side of problem solving and utilizing a six-step problem solving process. 111 38149 3 17-Jan-17 2-May-17 0600PM 0840PM T CLCWES 218 Vaughn, A

MAN 201 HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT II

Offers further discussions of concepts of Human Resources. Topics include techniques and procedures in resources planning, appraising performance, selection and staffing, training and development, job enrichment, and wage and salary administration.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of MAN 200 (grade C or higher). 310

38150

3

18-Jan-17

3-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

W

CLCWES

218

Whitfield, D

MAN 212 NEGOTIATION AND CONFLICT RESOLUTION

Presents proper techniques in negotiation and conflict resolution. Key practices that determine successful negotiation are explored. This course covers principles of conflict resolution including business policies, accepted business practices contracts, labor union contracts, pay raises and starting salaries.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 311

38534

3

19-Jan-17

4-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

R

CLCWES

218

Vaughn, A

MAN 225 MANAGERIAL FINANCE

Examines concepts and techniques used to analyze financial accounting information for managerial planning, decision-making, and control. The focus of this course is on decision-making relating to the areas of budgets, forecasts, cost volume production, ROI and financial statements.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of ACC 101 or ACC 121 (grade C or higher). 360

38151

3

17-Jan-17

2-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

T

CLCWES

219

Maxey, K

MARKETING

Department Chair: Heather McMichael (303) 340-7232, Administrative Assistant: Vacant (303) 340-7240

MAR 240 INTERNATIONAL MARKETING

Enables students to explore the international marketing for U.S. products and the increasing competitive international environment and recent changes in the environment that have challenged U.S. businesses. The course is designed to make the student an "informed observer" of the global market place as well as enabling them to develop skills to make marketing decisions in a global context.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 110

38305

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

M

CLCWES

219

Clarke, D

MATHEMATICS

Department Chair: James Gray (303) 360-4743, Academic Support Specialist: Adrienne Kruger (303) 340-7335

MAT 050 QUANTITATIVE LITERACY

Develops number sense and critical thinking strategies, introduces algebraic thinking, and connects mathematics to real world applications. Topics in the course include ratios, proportions, percent's, measurement, linear relationships, properties of exponents, polynomials, factoring, and math learning strategies. This course prepares students for Math for Liberal Arts, Statistics, Integrated Math, and college level career math courses.

Prerequisites: Appropriate assessment scores. Co-requisite MAT 101 Q10

38400

4

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0800AM

1040AM

MW

CCLA

302

Chandler, B

Q11 Q12 Q13 Q14

38402 38401 38404 38405

4 4 4 4

17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

4-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17 8-May-17

0800AM 1100AM 1100AM 0200PM

1040AM 0140PM 0140PM 0440PM

TR MW TR MW

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

304 302 302 302

Yonce, K Chandler, B Backer, R Knight, L

Q15 Q16 Q62 Q63 Q76

38406 39493 38522 39063 38415

4 4 4 4 4

17-Jan-17 31-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 24-Jan-17 23-Jan-17

4-May-17 4-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17 8-May-17

0200PM 0800AM 0600PM 0600PM ARR

0440PM 1100AM 0740PM 0950PM ARR

TR TR MW TR

CCLA CLCNOR CCLA CLCSIM CON

302 Evans, S 218 Khan, M 304 Ramsay, J 121 Lloyd, A CCA ONLINE Menicucci-Gauss, K

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

Q77 QM1 QM2 QM3

38416 38409 38407 38408

4 4 4 4

23-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

8-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17 8-May-17

ARR 0830AM 0830AM 1130AM

QM4 QM7 QM8

38410 38413 38414

4 4 4

17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

4-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17

1130AM 0600PM 0600PM

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

ARR 1030AM 1030AM 0130PM

MW TR MW

CON CCLA CCLA CCLA

CCA ONLINE 201 201 201

0130PM 0800PM 0800PM

TR MW TR

CCLA CCLA CCLA

201 201 201

Bushman, R Knight, L Basker, R Jessen, K Knight, L Jessen, K Ray, J

MAT 055 ALGEBRAIC LITERACY

Develops skills necessary for manipulating expressions and solving equations. Topics in the course include radicals, complex numbers, polynomials, factoring, rational expressions, quadratic equations, absolute value equations and inequalities, systems or linear equations, related applications, and math learning strategies. This course prepares students for College Algebra and Finite Math.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of MAT 050 (grade C or higher) or appropriate assessment scores Co-requisite MAT 101 A10 A11 A12 A13

38418 38419 38466 38467

4 4 4 4

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17

0800AM 0800AM 1100AM 1100AM

1040AM 1040AM 0140PM 0140PM

MW TR MW TR

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

304 302 304 304

Gilbert, A Yonce, B Pfaff, M Yonce, K

A62 A63 A76 A77 AM1

38557 39062 38474 38537 38468

4 4 4 4 4

17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 23-Jan-17 23-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

4-May-17 8-May-17 8-May-17 8-May-17 8-May-17

0600PM 0600PM ARR ARR 0830AM

0840PM 0840PM ARR ARR 1030AM

TR MW

MW

CLCNOR CCLA CON CON CCLA

218 211 CCA ONLINE CCA ONLINE 201

AM2 AM3 AM4 AM7

38469 38470 38471 38472

4 4 4 4

17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

4-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17 8-May-17

0830AM 1130AM 1130AM 0600PM

1030AM 0130PM 0130PM 0800PM

TR MW TR MW

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

201 201 201 201

Basker, R Jessen, K Knight, L Jessen, K

AM8

38473

4

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0600PM

0800PM

TR

CCLA

201

Ray, J

Shulman, H Pfaff, M Townsend, S Sherrill, J Knight, L

MAT 092 QUANT LAB

Supports skill development for students registered in MAT 120, MAT 135, MAT 155, or MAT 156. Topics covered in this course include those defined in MAT 120/135/155/156 and/or any pre-requisite skills needed by the student. Students with Accuplacer scores EA 80-84, who are advised into MAT 120, MAT 135, MAT 155, or MAT 156, are required to co-enroll in this course.

Prerequisites: appropriate assessment scores Co-requisite MAT 120 S10 S11

38821 38913

1 1

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17

1220PM 1030AM

0110PM 1120AM

MW TR

CLCNOR CCLA

217 204

Jovic, S Jovic, S

S60

38915

1

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0800PM

0850PM

MW

CCLA

202

Luebker, W

MAT 093 ALGEBRA LAB

Supports skill development for students registered in MAT 121 or MAT 123. Topics covered in this course include those defined in MAT 121/123 and/or any pre-requisite skills needed by the student. Students with Accuplacer scores EA 80-84, who are advised into MAT 121/123, are required to co-enroll in this course.

Prerequisites: appropriate assessment scores Co-requisite MAT 121 S10

38971

1

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

1000AM

1050AM

MW

CCLA

202

Bushman, R

S11 S12 S13

38822 38914 38912

1 1 1

17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

4-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17

1030AM 0140PM 0140PM

1120AM 0230PM 0230PM

TR MW TR

CCLA CCLA CCLA

202 202 202

Gilbert, A Gilbert, A Gilbert, A

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


Courses SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

S17 S18 S21

39092 38909 38820

1 1 1

17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 1-Feb-17

4-May-17 8-May-17 8-May-17 LATE START

1000AM 0100PM 1010AM

S60 S61

38907 38906

1 1

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17

0800PM 0800PM

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

1050AM 0150PM 1100AM

TR MW MW

CLCSIM CLCNOR CLCWES

119 223 109

Cline, E Morales, A Holder, S

0850PM 0850PM

MW TR

CCLA CCLA

309 202

Russ, R Davis, T

MAT 101 ENHANCED MATHEMATICS SUPPORT

This course supplements math classroom instruction through the Mathematics Support Center, a student-centered learning environment. Students may use the following resources: professional and peer tutoring, mathematics and tutorial software, online tutorial resources, videotapes, and training guides for these resources. Students can obtain help with calculators and mathematical software required in their math courses.

Co-Requisite: MAT 050 or MAT 055 A10

38657

1

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

ARR

ARR

A11 A12 A13 A62

38658 38659 38660 38665

1 1 1 1

17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

4-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17

ARR ARR ARR ARR

ARR ARR ARR ARR

Gilbert, A

A63 AM1 AM2 AM3 AM4

39058 38661 38662 38689 38688

1 1 1 1 1

17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17

ARR ARR ARR ARR ARR

ARR ARR ARR ARR ARR

Pfaff, M Knight, L Basker, R Jessen, K Knight, L

AM7 AM8 Q10 Q11

38663 38664 38666 38667

1 1 1 1

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17

ARR ARR ARR ARR

ARR ARR ARR ARR

Jessen, K Ray, J Chandler, B Yonce, K

Q12 Q13 Q14 Q15

38668 38669 38670 38671

1 1 1 1

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17

ARR ARR ARR ARR

ARR ARR ARR ARR

Chandler, B Basker, R Knight, L Evans, S

Q16 Q62 Q63 QM1 QM2

39494 38690 39059 38695 38694

1 1 1 1 1

31-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 23-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 8-May-17 8-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17

ARR ARR ARR ARR ARR

ARR ARR ARR ARR ARR

Khan, M Ramsay, J Loyd, A Knight, L Basker, R

QM3 QM4 QM7 QM8

38693 38692 38672 38673

1 1 1 1

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17

ARR ARR ARR ARR

ARR ARR ARR ARR

Jessen, K Knight, L Jessen, K Ray, J

CCLA

302

CLCNOR

218

CCLA

Yonce, B Pfaff, M Yonce, K Shulman, H

304

MAT 107 CAREER MATHEMATICS

Covers material designed for career technical or general studies students who need to study particular mathematical topics. Topics may include measurement, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, graphs, and/or finance. These are presented on an introductory level and the emphasis is on applications.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of MAT 050 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores 310

39091

3

17-Jan-17 23-Mar-17

1200PM

0300PM

TR

Cline, E

MAT 120 MATHEMATICS FOR LIBERAL ARTS (GT: MA1) Develops mathematical and problem-solving skills. Appropriate technological skills are included. Content is selected to highlight connections between mathematics and the society in which we live. Topics include set theory and logic, mathematical modeling, probability and statistical methods, and consumer mathematics. Additional content will include one topic in geometry, numeration systems, decision theory, or management science. Graphing calculator required.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of MAT 050 (grade C* or higher); *with a grade of C in MAT 050 enrollment in 121 requires co-enrollment in MAT 092 (support lab) or equivalent assessment scores CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course.

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

310 311

37272 38024

4 4

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17

1030AM 0830AM

1210PM 1010AM

MW TR

CLCNOR CCLA

217 204

360 361 376

37601 38968 37273

4 4 4

18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 23-Jan-17

8-May-17 20-Apr-17 8-May-17 ONLINE

0600PM 0600PM ARR

0750PM 0800PM ARR

MW MW

CCLA CLCCFS CON

202 133 CCA ONLINE

377

39140

4

21-Nov-16 31-Mar-17 LATE START

ARR

ARR

S10 S11 S60

38824 38922 38924

4 4 4

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

1030AM 0830AM 0600PM

1210PM 1010AM 0740PM

MW TR MW

CLCNOR CCLA CCLA

217 204 202

8-May-17 4-May-17 8-May-17

Jovic, S Jovic, S Luebker, W Thompson, W Holder, S Gray, J Jovic, S Jovic, S Luebker, W

MAT 121 COLLEGE ALGEBRA (GT: MA1)

Includes a brief review of intermediate algebra, equations and inequalities, functions and their graphs, exponential and logarithmic functions, linear and non-linear systems, selection of topics from among graphing of the conic sections, introduction to sequences and series, permutations and combinations, the binomial theorem, and theory of equations. Graphing calculator required.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of MAT 055 (grade C* or higher); *with a grade of C in MAT 055 enrollment in 121 requires co-enrollment in MAT 093 (support lab) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 310

38927

4

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

1010AM

1200PM

TR

CCLA

309

Patel, U

0250PM

TR

CLCWES

109

Khan, M

0420PM

MW

CCLA

304

Shelton, W

0750PM

MW

CLCWES

212

Natividad, S

0930PM

F

CCLA

107

Paganini, J

ARR

CON

CCA ONLINE

Butler, J

CON

CCA ONLINE

Butler, J

MW

CCLA

202

Bushman, R

TR

CCLA

202

Hall, M

MW

CCLA

202

Bushman, R

TR

CCLA

202

Hall, M

TR

CLCSIM

119

Cline, E

MW

CLCNOR

223

Morales, A

TR

CCLA

309

Fontenot, R

This section is designated for students who are going onto the Calculus Sequence 311

38928

4

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0100PM

This section is designated for students who are going onto the Calculus Sequence 312

38929

4

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0230PM

This section is designated for students who are going onto the Calculus Sequence 360

38930

4

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0600PM

This section is designated for students who are going onto the Calculus Sequence 362

37282

4

20-Jan-17

5-May-17

0600PM

This section is designated for students who are going onto the Calculus Sequence 376

37283

4

23-Jan-17

8-May-17 ONLINE

ARR

This section is designated for students who are going onto the Calculus Sequence 377

37490

4

23-Jan-17

8-May-17 ONLINE

ARR

ARR

378

39527

4

23-Jan-17

8-May-17 ONLINE

ARR

ARR

M10

37274

4

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0800AM

0940AM

Butler, J

This section is designated for students who do not require calculus for their degree requirement M11

37275

4

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0830AM

1010AM

This section is designated for students who do not require calculus for their degree requirement M12

37276

4

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

1140AM

0120PM

This section is designated for students who do not require calculus for their degree requirement M13

37277

4

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

1140AM

0120PM

This section is designated for students who do not require calculus for their degree requirement M17

38025

4

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0800AM

0940AM

This section is designated for students who do not require calculus for their degree requirement M18

38138

4

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

1100AM

1240PM

This section is designated for students who do not require calculus for their degree requirement M19

38313

4

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0230PM

0420PM

This section is designated for students who do not require calculus for their degree requirement CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


Courses SEC

CRN

CR DATES

M21

39491

4

1-Feb-17

M60

37585

4

18-Jan-17

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

8-May-17 LATE START

0800AM

1005AM

MW

CLCWES

109

Holder, S

8-May-17

0600PM

0750PM

MW

CCLA

309

Russ, R

TR

CCLA

202

Davis, T

MW

CCLA

202

Bushman, R

TR

CCLA

202

Hall, M

MW

CCLA

202

Bushman, R

TR

CCLA

202

Hall, M

TR

CLCSIM

119

Cline, E

MW

CLCNOR

223

Morales, A

This section is designated for students who do not require calculus for their degree requirement M61

37281

4

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0600PM

0740PM

This section is designated for students who do not require calculus for their degree requirement S10

38937

4

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0800AM

0940AM

This section is designated for students who do not require calculus for their degree requirement S11

38936

4

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0830AM

1010AM

This section is designated for students who do not require calculus for their degree requirement S12

38935

4

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

1140AM

0120PM

This section is designated for students who do not require calculus for their degree requirement S13

38934

4

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

1140AM

0120PM

This section is designated for students who do not require calculus for their degree requirement S17

39094

4

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0800AM

0940AM

This section is designated for students who do not require calculus for their degree requirement S18

38925

4

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

1100AM

1250PM

This section is designated for students who do not require calculus for their degree requirement S21

39492

4

1-Feb-17

S60 S61

38921 38920

4 4

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 LATE START

0800AM

1005AM

MW

CLCWES

109

Holder, S

8-May-17 4-May-17

0600PM 0600PM

0740PM 0750PM

MW TR

CCLA CCLA

309 202

Russ, R Davis, T

MAT 122 COLLEGE TRIGONOMETRY (GT: MA1)

Topics include trigonometric functions (with graphs and inverse functions), identities and equations, solutions of triangles, complex numbers, and other topics as time permits. This is a traditional prerequisite course to the calculus sequence. Graphing calculator required.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of MAT 121 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 310 311

37284 37285

3 3

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17

0800AM 0100PM

0945AM 0245PM

MW TR

CCLA CCLA

207B 204

360

37286

3

19-Jan-17

4-May-17

0600PM

0940PM

R

CCLA

304

Morales, A Mardones, H Paganini, J

MAT 125 SURVEY OF CALCULUS (GT: MA1)

Includes derivatives, integrals, and their applications, with attention restricted to algebraic, exponential, and logarithmic functions. For business, life science, and/or social science majors. Graphing calculator required.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of MAT 121 or 123 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 310 360

37287 38542

4 4

18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

8-May-17 8-May-17

1100AM 0600PM

1250PM 0750PM

MW MW

CCLA CLCSIM

307 121

Shelton, W Shelton, W

MAT 135 INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS (GT: MA1)

Explores and applies data presentation and summarization, introduction to probability concepts and distributions, statistical inference --estimation, hypothesis testing, comparison of populations, correlation and regression.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of MAT 050 (grade C* or higher); *with a grade of C in MAT 050 enrollment in 121 requires co-enrollment in MAT 092 (support lab) or equivalent assessment scores Co-requisite: MAT 179 Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 310

37288

3

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0800AM

0950AM

MW

CLCNOR

217

Jovic, S

311 312 313 360

37289 38139 39060 37290

3 3 3 3

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17

0100PM 1230PM 0900AM 0600PM

0250PM 0220PM 1050AM 0750PM

MW TR TR TR

CCLA CCLA CLCNOR CCLA

309 309 223 309

Juarez, C Curry, A Juarez, C Curry, A

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


SEC

CRN

CR DATES

376

37291

3

23-Jan-17

TIMES 8-May-17 ONLINE

ARR

DAY ARR

CAMPUS LOC RM CON

INST

CCA ONLINE

Curry, A

MAT 156 INTEGRATED MATH II

Furthers MAT 155 concepts; includes fundamentals of probability, statistics, and Euclidean geometry. Mathematical problem-solving, reasoning, critical thinking and communication will continue to be an integral part of this sequence.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of MAT 155 (grade C or higher). 360

37586

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0600PM

0715PM

TR

CLCNOR

217

Schlyer, L

MAT 179 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS FOR STATISTICAL PROCEDURES

Uses statistical software and the World Wide Web to engage students in an active, visual approach to the topics covered in MAT 135. Students will work with real world data on problems of a practical nature.

Co-requisite: MAT 135 310 311 312 313 360

37292 37293 38140 39061 37294

1 1 1 1 1

18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17

ARR ARR ARR ARR ARR

ARR ARR ARR ARR ARR

Jovic, S Juarez, C Curry, A Juarez, C Curry, A

TR

MAT 201 CALCULUS I (GT: MA1)

Introduces single variable calculus and analytic geometry. Includes limits, continuity, derivatives, and applications of derivatives as well as indefinite integrals and some applications. Graphing calculator required.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of MAT 121 AND MAT 122 or MAT 166 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 310

37295

5

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

1015AM

1230PM

TR

CLCNOR

217

Morales, A

311 360

37296 37297

5 5

18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

8-May-17 8-May-17

0140PM 0600PM

0355PM 0815PM

MW MW

CLCNOR CCLA

217 302

Thompson, W Baral, C

MAT 202 CALCULUS II (GT: MA1)

Continues the study of single variable calculus which will include techniques of integration, polar coordinates, analytic geometry, improper integrals, and infinite series. Graphing calculator required.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of MAT 201 (grade C or higher). Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 310 360

38184 37509

5 5

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17

1015AM 0600PM

1230PM 0815PM

MW TR

CCLA CCLA

309 204

Gray, J Probst, A

MAT 204 CALCULUS III WITH ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS (GT: MA1)

Focuses on the competencies established in MAT 203 Calculus III with an additional emphasis on word problems and problem solving. This is the third course in the threecourse calculus sequence. This course will additionally contain a thorough examination of multiple integration. This will include double and triple integrals, line integrals, Stokes' and Green's Theorems, and their applications. A graphing calculator is required for this course.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of MAT 202 (grade C or higher). Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 360

37949

5

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0600PM

0815PM

TR

CCLA

302

Mardones, H

MAT 266 DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH LINEAR ALGEBRA

This course covers first and second order differential equations, series solutions, Laplace transforms, linear algebra, eigenvalues, first order systems of equations, and numerical techniques are covered.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of MAT 202 (grade C or higher). Co-requisite: MAT 203 360

39090

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4

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

0740PM

MW

CCLA

204

Neupane, N

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes.

0600PM

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


Courses SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

MULTIMEDIA GRAPHIC DESIGN

Department Chair: JoAnn Burkhart (303) 340-7007, Administrative Assistant: Vacant (303) 340-7037

MGD 105 TYPOGRAPHY & LAYOUT

Covers the creation and production of graphic projects, emphasizing the layout creative design process, problem solving, and research. Provides experience producing thumbnails, roughs and digital layouts emphasizing refined creative typography.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of Art 131 or MGD 102 (grade C or higher). 171

38498

3

19-Jan-17

4-May-17 HYBRID

1230PM

0240PM

R

CLCWES

101

Johnson, C

This is a HYBRID course, it meets both online and in the classroom.

MGD 111 ADOBE PHOTOSHOP I

Concentrates on the high-end capabilities of a raster photo-editing software as an illustration, design and photo retouching tool. Students explore a wide range of selection and manipulation techniques that can be applied to photos, graphics and videos.

Prerequisites: Film Video courses: Successful completion of FVM 105, FVM 117, FVM 136, FVM 150, and FVM 160 (grade C or higher). Perquisites: Art and New Media courses: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores 310

38861

3

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0900AM

1050AM

MW

CLCCFS

134

Chavez Callejas, L

Note: This section is for Film Video Students ONLY

MGD 114 ADOBE INDESIGN

Introduces students to InDesign, a page layout program which integrates seamlessly with other Adobe design programs. InDesign delivers creative freedom and productivity to DTP. Class discussions and independent projects supplement hands-on classroom work.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher). 110

38649

3

18-Jan-17

3-May-17

0600PM

0930PM

W

CLCWES

101

Johnson, C

MUSIC

Music Director: Michael Pickering (303) 361-7425, Academic Support Specialist: Adrienne Kruger (303) 340-7335

MUS 110 MUSIC THEORY I

Presents music fundamentals, diatonic four-part harmony, analysis, ear training, and keyboard harmony. For music majors transferring to a 4-year program.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of MUS 100 (grade C or higher) or permission of Department Chair. Co-requisite: MUS 112 110

39108

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

1100AM

1215PM

TR

CFA

102

Italiano, R

1230PM

0120PM

TR

CFA

101

Italiano, R

MUS 112 EAR TRAINING/SIGHT SINGING LAB I

Presents exercises in sight-singing with melodic and rhythmic dictation.

There is no pre-requisite. Co-requisite: MUS 110 110

39107

1

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

MUS 120 MUSIC APPRECIATION (GT: AH1)

Covers the basic materials of music, musical forms, media, genres, and musical periods. Emphasizes the development of tools for intelligent listening and appreciation.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 112 113

37298 37299 37300

3 3 3

17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

4-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17

0930AM 1230PM 1230PM

1045AM 0145PM 0145PM

TR MW TR

CFA CFA CFA

105 105 105

Italiano, R Kirk, E Kirk, E

161

38056

3

18-Jan-17

3-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

W

CFA

105

Kirk, E

MUS 131 MUSIC CLASS I

Applies the fundamentals of music to the voice or specific musical instruments. This course also introduces basic techniques, repertoire, and sight-reading. First year, first term.

We currently offer beginning class instruction in Guitar=G Piano=P Voice=V; choose the corresponding section below 112

37503

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2

20-Jan-17

5-May-17

Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

1210PM

F

CFA

105

Johnson, K

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes.

0930AM

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

For the beginning singer to review fundamentals of voice technique. For information contact the Music Director, Michael Pickering, at 303-361-7425, F101A or michael.pickering@CCAurora.edu.

MUS 141 PRIVATE INSTRUCTION

1 credit primarily for non-music majors. 2 credits for music majors planning to transfer to 4 year school. Offers private instruction consisting of a thirty or sixty minute lesson per week. Participation in a student performance is required at least once each term for 1 credit. Regular attendance at and participation in student performances is required for 2 credits. First year, first term.

MUS 131, audition or assessment required. Since private lessons may be repeated for credit for a total of four semesters, they must be taken in sequence, beginning with MUS 141. Scheduling lessons depend on the availability of an instructor and space. To arrange for an audition or assessment, contact the Music Director, Michael Pickering, at 303-361-7425, F101A or michael.pickering@CCAurora.edu. Private instruction consisting of a thirty minute lesson per week for 1 credit or sixty minute lesson per week for 2 credits. Regular attendance at and participation in student performances is required. We currently offer private instruction in Guitar=G Piano=P Voice=V, choose the corresponding section below 51G

39087

1

17-Jan-17

8-May-17

ARR

ARR

Summerfield, A

Private instruction consisting of a thirty minute lesson per week for 1 credit or sixty minute lesson per week for 2 credits. Regular attendance at and participation in student performances is required. MUS 131, audition or assessment required. Since p 51P

37301

1

17-Jan-17

8-May-17

ARR

ARR

Italiano, R

Private instruction consisting of a thirty minute lesson per week for 1 credit or sixty minute lesson per week for 2 credits. Regular attendance at and participation in student performances is required. MUS 131, audition or assessment required. Since p 51V

37950

1

17-Jan-17

8-May-17

ARR

ARR

Johnson, K

Private instruction consisting of a thirty minute lesson per week for 1 credit or sixty minute lesson per week for 2 credits. Regular attendance at and participation in student performances is required. MUS 131, audition or assessment required. Since p 52G

39115

2

17-Jan-17

8-May-17

ARR

ARR

Summerfield, A

Private instruction consisting of a thirty minute lesson per week for 1 credit or sixty minute lesson per week for 2 credits. Regular attendance at and participation in student performances is required. MUS 131, audition or assessment required. Since p 52P

38290

2

17-Jan-17

8-May-17

ARR

ARR

Italiano, R

This section is designated for students who do not require calculus for their degree requirement 53P

38044

1

17-Jan-17

8-May-17

ARR

ARR

Fahrion, S

Private instruction consisting of a thirty minute lesson per week for 1 credit or sixty minute lesson per week for 2 credits. Regular attendance at and participation in student performances is required. MUS 131, audition or assessment required. Since p 54P

39117

2

17-Jan-17

8-May-17

ARR

ARR

Fahrion, S

Private instruction consisting of a thirty minute lesson per week for 1 credit or sixty minute lesson per week for 2 credits. Regular attendance at and participation in student performances is required. MUS 131, audition or assessment required. Since p

MUS 142 PRIVATE INSTRUCTION

1 credit primarily for non-music majors. 2 credits for music majors planning to transfer to 4 year school. Offers private instruction consisting of a thirty or sixty minute lesson per week. Participation in a student performance is required at least once each term for 1 credit. Regular attendance at and participation in student performances is required for 2 credits. First year, first term.

MUS 131, audition or assessment required. Since private lessons may be repeated for credit for a total of four semesters, they must be taken in sequence, beginning with MUS 141. Scheduling lessons depend on the availability of an instructor and space. To arrange for an audition or assessment, contact the Music Director, Michael Pickering, at 303-361-7425, F101A or michael.pickering@CCAurora.edu. We currently offer private instruction in Guitar=G Piano=P Voice=V, choose the corresponding section below. Private instruction consisting of a thirty minute lesson per week for 1 credit or sixty minute lesson per week for 2 credits. Regular attendance at and participation in student performances is required. We currently offer private instruction in Guitar=G Piano=P Voice=V, choose the corresponding section below 51P

37302

1

17-Jan-17

8-May-17

ARR

ARR

Italiano, R

Private instruction consisting of a thirty minute lesson per week for 1 credit or sixty minute lesson per week for 2 credits. Regular attendance at and participation in student performances is required. MUS 131, audition or assessment required. Since p 51V

37303

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

1

17-Jan-17

8-May-17

Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

ARR

Johnson, K

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes.

ARR

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


Courses SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

Private instruction consisting of a thirty minute lesson per week for 1 credit or sixty minute lesson per week for 2 credits. Regular attendance at and participation in student performances is required. MUS 131, audition or assessment required. Since p 52G

39120

2

17-Jan-17

8-May-17

ARR

ARR

Summerfield, A

Private instruction consisting of a thirty minute lesson per week for 1 credit or sixty minute lesson per week for 2 credits. Regular attendance at and participation in student performances is required. MUS 131, audition or assessment required. Since p 53P

39123

1

17-Jan-17

8-May-17

ARR

ARR

Fahrion, S

Private instruction consisting of a thirty minute lesson per week for 1 credit or sixty minute lesson per week for 2 credits. Regular attendance at and participation in student performances is required. MUS 131, audition or assessment required. Since p 54P

39124

2

17-Jan-17

8-May-17

ARR

ARR

Fahrion, S

Private instruction consisting of a thirty minute lesson per week for 1 credit or sixty minute lesson per week for 2 credits. Regular attendance at and participation in student performances is required. MUS 131, audition or assessment required. Since p

MUS 143 PRIVATE INSTRUCTION

1 credit primarily for non-music majors. 2 credits for music majors planning to transfer to 4 year school. Offers private instruction consisting of a thirty or sixty minute lesson per week. Participation in a student performance is required at least once each term for 1 credit. Regular attendance at and participation in student performances is required for 2 credits. First year, first term.

MUS 131, audition or assessment required. Since private lessons may be repeated for credit for a total of four semesters, they must be taken in sequence, beginning with MUS 141. Scheduling lessons depend on the availability of an instructor and space. To arrange for an audition or assessment, contact the Music Director, Michael Pickering, at 303-361-7425, F101A or michael.pickering@CCAurora.edu. Private instruction consisting of a thirty minute lesson per week for 1 credit or sixty minute lesson per week for 2 credits. Regular attendance at and participation in student performances is required. We currently offer private instruction in Guitar=G Piano=P Voice=V, choose the corresponding section below 53P

39131

1

17-Jan-17

8-May-17

ARR

ARR

Fahrion, S

Private instruction consisting of a thirty minute lesson per week for 1 credit or sixty minute lesson per week for 2 credits. Regular attendance at and participation in student performances is required. MUS 131, audition or assessment required. Since p 54P

39133

2

17-Jan-17

8-May-17

ARR

ARR

Fahrion, S

Private instruction consisting of a thirty minute lesson per week for 1 credit or sixty minute lesson per week for 2 credits. Regular attendance at and participation in student performances is required. MUS 131, audition or assessment required. Since p

MUS 144 PRIVATE INSTRUCTION

1 credit primarily for non-music majors. 2 credits for music majors planning to transfer to 4 year school. Offers private instruction consisting of a thirty or sixty minute lesson per week. Participation in a student performance is required at least once each term for 1 credit. Regular attendance at and participation in student performances is required for 2 credits. First year, first term.

MUS 131, audition or assessment required. Since private lessons may be repeated for credit for a total of four semesters, they must be taken in sequence, beginning with MUS 141. Scheduling lessons depend on the availability of an instructor and space. To arrange for an audition or assessment, contact the Music Director, Michael Pickering, at 303-361-7425, F101A or michael.pickering@CCAurora.edu. Private instruction consisting of a thirty minute lesson per week for 1 credit or sixty minute lesson per week for 2 credits. Regular attendance at and participation in student performances is required. We currently offer private instruction in Guitar=G Piano=P Voice=V, choose the corresponding section below 51V

38344

1

17-Jan-17

8-May-17

ARR

ARR

Johnson, K

Private instruction consisting of a thirty minute lesson per week for 1 credit or sixty minute lesson per week for 2 credits. Regular attendance at and participation in student performances is required. MUS 131, audition or assessment required. Since p 53P

39138

1

17-Jan-17

8-May-17

ARR

ARR

Fahrion, S

Private instruction consisting of a thirty minute lesson per week for 1 credit or sixty minute lesson per week for 2 credits. Regular attendance at and participation in student performances is required. MUS 131, audition or assessment required. Since p 54P

39139

2

17-Jan-17

8-May-17

ARR

ARR

Fahrion, S

Private instruction consisting of a thirty minute lesson per week for 1 credit or sixty minute lesson per week for 2 credits. Regular attendance at and participation in student performances is required. MUS 131, audition or assessment required. Since p

MUS 163 MUSIC AUDIO PRODUCTION I

Pro Tools 1. Designed to give music majors and students with a strong interest in music a basic understanding of the Music Production process. This includes the basic knowledge of audio/music production, the fundamentals of sound and microphone, digital and analog technology, recording, and mixing.

There is no pre-requisite. 110

39489

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3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

1215PM

TR

CFA

105

Pickering, M

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes.

1100AM

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

NURSING ASSISTANT

Department Chair: Beth Lattone (303) 340-7075, Program Assistant: Cindy Smith (303) 340-7070

NUA 101 CERTIFIED NURSE AIDE HEALTH CARE SKILLS

Prepares the student to perform the fundamental skills of the nurse aide. Basic nursing skills, communication skills, restorative services, personal care skills, safety and emergency care issues are covered. Includes knowledge and/or principles of asepsis, OSHA and HIPAA regulations. Ethical behaviors, cultural sensitivity and principles of mental health will be addressed, as well as patient/resident rights.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent test scores and department permission. 110

38764

4

17-Jan-17

8-Mar-17

0830AM

1200PM

MTW

CLCSIM

127

McGinn, J

0830AM

0400PM

M

CLCSIM

127

STAFF

NUA 102 CERTIFICATION EXAM PREP

Helps prepare the student for the state certification exam through mock testing. 110 38863 0.5 20-Mar-17 20-Mar-17 LATE START

NUA 170 NURSE AIDE CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

Applies knowledge and skill gained in NUA 101 to patient care.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of NUA 101 (grade C or higher). 110

38765

1

9-Mar-17 19-Mar-17 LATE START

ARR

ARR

STAFF

111

38897

1

9-Mar-17 19-Mar-17 LATE START

ARR

ARR

STAFF

PARALEGAL

Department Chair: Michael Carter (303) 360-4933, Program Coordinator: Margaret Ann Uchner (303) 340-7254, Administrative Assistant: Stephanie Agner: (303) 340-7076

PAR 115 INTRODUCTION TO LAW

Provides an understanding of the role of paralegals, issues facing paralegals, the working of the legal system, and ethical questions. Legal terminology and an overview of substantive areas of law will be discussed. 160 37304 3 23-Jan-17 8-May-17 0600PM 0840PM M CLCSIM 144 Tilger, A

PAR 116 TORTS

A basic course in tort law, including negligence, intentional torts, and strict liability, with emphasis on personal injury litigation. 160 37578 3 18-Jan-17 3-May-17 0600PM 0840PM W CLCSIM

146

Rossi, D

146

Williams, S

PAR 117 FAMILY LAW

Covers domestic law, common property, dissolutions, adoptions, legal separation, and other family law issues.

Course Note: Offered online in the fall, in class for the Spring semester 160

37579

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19-Jan-17

4-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

R

CLCSIM

PAR 118 CONTRACTS

Covers the basic principles of contract law. Includes offer, acceptance, intent, consideration, capacity, performance, and remedies. 160 37305 3 18-Jan-17 3-May-17 0600PM 0840PM W

Reinhardt, A

PAR 205 CRIMINAL LAW

Introduces basic concepts of criminal law and criminal procedure, including Colorado statutes and Rules of Procedure.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of PAR 115 (grade C or higher) or permission of Program Coordinator. 160

37580

3

17-Jan-17

2-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

T

CLCSIM

120

Uchner, M

PAR 213 LEGAL RESEARCH AND WRITING I

Provides an introduction to legal research and writing.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of PAR 115 and ENG 121 (grade C or higher) or permission of Program Coordinator. 160

37306

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

M

CLCSIM

138

Wilkerson, T

PAR 214 LEGAL RESEARCH AND WRITING II CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


Courses SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

Serves as an advanced course in legal research and writing.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of PAR 213 (grade C or higher) or permission of Program Coordinator. 160

37307

3

17-Jan-17

2-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

T

CLCSIM

138

Rossi, D

PAR 216 EMPLOYMENT LAW

Provides an understanding of legal issues in the area of employer/employee relationships.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of PAR 115 (grade C or higher) or permission of Program Coordinator. 176

38055

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17 ONLINE

ARR

ARR

CON

CCA ONLINE

Tamborello, A

PAR 280 INTERNSHIP

Provides students with the opportunity to supplement course work with practical work experience related to their educational programs. Students work under the immediate supervision of experienced personnel at the business location and with the direct guidance of the instructor.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of PAR 115 (grade C or higher). Requires permission of the Program Coordinator. Students may take either the Internship or an Independent Study in lieu of an internship after they have taken 21 hours of related coursework. 609

38256

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

ARR

ARR

Uchner, M

PAR 285 INDEPENDENT STUDY

Meets the individual needs of students. Students engage in intensive study or research under the direction of a qualified instructor.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of PAR 115 (grade C or higher). Requires permission of the Program Coordinator. Students may take an Independent Study in lieu of an internship after they have taken 21 hours of related coursework. 609

38257

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17 SELF PACED

ARR

ARR

Uchner, M

610

39531

3

30-Jan-17

8-May-17 SELF PACED

ARR

ARR

Tamborello, A

PHILOSOPHY

Department Chair: Ana Martin-Mejia (303) 340-7567, Administrative Assistant: Lauryn Gangle-Wythe (303) 360-4749

PHI 111 INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY (GT: AH3)

Introduces significant human questions and emphasizes understanding the meaning and methods of philosophy. Includes human condition, knowledge, freedom, history, ethics, the future, and religion. Course notes for 111: Students will learn how to think rationally in order to critically examine the variety of answers given to some of the world's most important questions. Some of these questions include: "Do we have freewill?", "Is morality relative or absolute?", "Is ultimate reality personal or impersonal?", "Are humans composed of mind and body?" and "How is knowledge possible?"

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course 111 112

37308 37309

3 3

18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

8-May-17 8-May-17

0800AM 0930AM

0915AM 1045AM

MW MW

CCLA CLCSIM

209 120

Madrid, A Spiegel, D

161 162

37310 37996

3 3

17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

2-May-17 3-May-17

0600PM 0600PM

0840PM 0840PM

T W

CCLA CCLA

209 209

Madrid, A Hirsch, K

PHI 112 ETHICS (GT: AH3)

Examines human life, experience, and thought in order to discover and develop the principles and values for pursuing a more fulfilling existence. Theories designed to justify ethical judgments are applied to a selection of contemporary personal and social issues. Course notes for 112: Students will learn about the major ethical theories that have delivered insights or principles helpful in discovering the ethical thing to do. Students will then use these insights to evaluate various positions taken on contemporary ethical issues such as stem cell research, euthanasia, the environment, death penalty, world hunger/poverty, etc.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course 111 112 113

37311 37952 37312

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17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 20-Jan-17

4-May-17 8-May-17 5-May-17

0930AM 1230PM 0930AM

1045AM 0145PM 1210PM

TR MW F

CLCWES CCLA CCLA

219 112 307

Kirk, C Kirk, C Kirk, C

161

37313

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

M

CCLA

307

Hirsch, K

PHI 113 LOGIC (GT: AH3)

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

Studies effective thinking using language-oriented logic. Provides tools and develops skills for creative and critical thinking. Emphasizes the development of decision-making and problem-solving skills. Course notes for 113: Students will learn the science of right thinking in order to recognize correct reasoning from incorrect reasoning. As a result, students will become "logically sharp" in their thinking. They will gain confidence that they are making sense when they advance their own arguments and when they evaluate the arguments of others.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course 112

37505

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

1230PM

0145PM

TR

CCLA

207A

Spiegel, D

PHI 214 PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION (GT: AH3)

Focuses on the critical examination of fundamental concepts, ideas, and implications of religion. Specific topics include the nature of God, the varieties of religious experience, argument concerning God's existence, the problem of evil, faith and reason, religion and human destiny, and the connection between religion and ethics. Course notes for 214: Students will learn how to think critically in order to examine the variety of answers given to questions raised by the rational analysis of religious claims. Specific topics will include the nature of God, religious experience, arguments concerning God's existence, the problem of evil, faith and reason, religious pluralism, the connection between religion and ethics.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course 111

37314

3

20-Jan-17

5-May-17

0930AM

1210PM

F

CCLA

207B

Spiegel, D

PHI 218 ENVIRONMENTAL ETHICS (GT: AH3)

Critically analyzes theories of value of the natural world. Topics include the relation between scientific and moral principles; theories of the moral worth of persons, animals, plants and other natural objects; historical, religious and cultural influences on conceptions of nature; alternative accounts of human relationships and responsibilities to nature, including deep ecology and eco-feminism; and the connection between moral and political values and economic policies.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course 111

38350

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0930AM

1045AM

TR

CCLA

107

Spiegel, D

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Department Chair: Michael Carter (303) 340-7211, Administrative Assistant: Stephanie Agner (303) 340-7076

PED 110 FITNESS CENTER ACTIVITY I

Focuses on improving total fitness via an aerobic circuit training program. Includes an individual fitness evaluation, computerized analysis of results, and a prescribed exercise program. Covers the basic components of fitness including flexibility, muscular strength, muscular endurance, cardiovascular fitness, and body composition. Weight machines, stationary bicycles, and computerized cardiovascular equipment are incorporated to elicit improvements in fitness.

Co-requisite: FST 100, FST 102, FST 107, FST 109 500

38901

1

10-Jan-17

8-Apr-17

0600PM

0700PM

R

CLC863

GYM

Howard, J

PED 112 FITNESS CENTER ACTIVITY III

Serves as an advanced exercise course designed for individuals interested in attaining a high level of total fitness. Includes an individual fitness evaluation, computerized analysis of results, and a prescribed exercise program. Focuses on the basic components of fitness including flexibility, muscular strength and endurance, cardiovascular fitness, and body composition. The primary mode of training is Aerobic Circuit Training. The circuit training is supplemented with additional work on specialized weight machines, dumbbells, treadmills, rowers, stair climbers, cross trainers, Nordic track, versa climbers, and running track available in the Fitness Center.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of PED 111 (grade C or higher) or Chair approval. 600

39462

1

16-Dec-16

28-Apr-17 LATE START

0800AM

0900AM

MTWRFS CLCSIM

133

Howard, J

PED 129 ZUMBA

Sumba is a compilation of high energy, motivating music with unique moves and choreography combinations. Sumba fuses Latin and International music and dance themes to create a dynamic, exciting, effective fitness system. The routines feature aerobic/fitness interval training with a combination of fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body. Sumba utilizes the principles of fitness interval training and resistance training to maximize caloric output, fat burning and total body toning. It is a mixture of body sculpting movements with easy to follow dance steps. 160 38301 1 18-Jan-17 3-May-17 0610PM 0750PM W CFA 104 Dolan, M

PED 143 YOGA I CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


Courses SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

Offers a guided instruction in yoga. Students practice yoga according to their individual fitness levels and abilities. Emphasizes enhancing general health and well-being through the performance of yoga strength, flexibility, balance and relaxation techniques and exercises. 111

38440

1

20-Jan-17

5-May-17

1200PM

1250PM

F

CFA

104

Swanson, A

PHYSICS

Department Chair: Martha Jackson-Carter (303) 340-7120, Administrative Assistant: Vacant (303) 340-7037

PHY 112 ALGEBRA BASED II WITH LAB (GT: SC1)

Expands upon PHY 111 and covers sound waves, electric fields, electric circuits, magnetic fields, light optics, and modern physics. Explores the concepts of and theories presented in class are explored through demonstrations and hands-on experiments.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of PHY 111 (grade C or higher). Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course 310

38813

5

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0100PM

0405PM

MW

CLCWES

214

Andersen, J

PHY 212 PHYSICS: CALCULUS BASED II WITH LAB (GT: SC1) Expands upon PHY 211 and examines waves, electric fields, electric circuits, magnetic fields, light and optics, and modern physics. Concepts and theories presented in class are explored through demonstrations and hands-on experiments.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of PHY 211 (grade C or higher). Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course 310 360

37582 38818

5 5

17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

4-May-17 4-May-17

0100PM 0600PM

0405PM 0905PM

TR TR

CLCWES CLCWES

214 214

Andersen, V Geise, K

POLITICAL SCIENCE

Department Chair: Bobby Pace (303) 360-4940, Academic Support Specialist: Rebecca Pritchard (303) 360-4731

POS 105 INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE (GT: SS1)

Focuses on a survey of the discipline of political science, including political philosophy and ideology, democratic and non-democratic governments and processes, and international relations.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course 111 112

38680 38251

3 3

17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

4-May-17 8-May-17

1100AM 0200PM

1215PM 0315PM

TR MW

CCLA CCLA

209 209

Spagnuolo, G Tenure, K

POS 111 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT (GT: SS1)

Includes the background of the U.S. Constitution; the philosophy of American government; general principles of the Constitution, federalism, and civil liberties. Examines public opinion and citizen participation; political parties, interest groups, and the electoral process; and the structure and functions of the national government.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course 111 112 161

37315 37317 37316

3 3 3

17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 23-Jan-17

4-May-17 4-May-17 8-May-17

0930AM 1230PM 0600PM

1045AM 0145PM 0840PM

TR TR M

CCLA CCLA CCLA

209 209 209

Spagnuolo, G Spagnuolo, G Walsh, S

POS 125 AMERICAN STATE AND LOCAL GOVERNMENT (GT: SS1)

Emphasizes the structure and function of state, county, and municipal governments, including their relations with each other and with national government. Includes a study of Colorado government and politics.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course 161

38681

3

19-Jan-17

4-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

R

CCLA

209

Tenure, K

POS 205 INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (GT: SS1)

Examines relationships among modern nation-states. Topics include diplomacy, nationalism, ideologies, power and influence, conflict and cooperation, the role of non-state actors, the international economy, and theoretical attempts to understand international behavior.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course 111

38303

3

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0930AM

1045AM

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

MW

CCLA

INST

209

Pace, G

POS 225 COMPARATIVE GOVERNMENT (GT: SS1)

Focuses on a comparison of the basic features of selected developed and developing countries. Topics include ideologies, political parties, interest groups, and governmental institutions.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course 111

38154

3

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

1100AM

1215PM

MW

CCLA

209

Pace, G

PSYCHOLOGY

Department Chair: Jennifer Dale (303) 360-4730, Academic Support Specialist: Vacant (303) 361-7428

PSY 101 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY (GT: SS3)

Focuses on the scientific study of behavior including motivation, emotion, physiological psychology, stress, and coping, research methods, consciousness, sensation, perception, learning, sexuality and memory.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092, CCR 093, or CCR 094 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course 110 111 112 113

38220 38221 38226 38222

3 3 3 3

18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

8-May-17 8-May-17 8-May-17 8-May-17

0800AM 0930AM 1100AM 1230PM

0915AM 1045AM 1215PM 0145PM

MW MW MW MW

CCLA CLCSIM CCLA CCLA

107 119 114 107

Baughn, G O'Dell, K Behforooz, B Clarke, C

114 116 117 118

38223 38225 38230 38224

3 3 3 3

23-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 8-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17

0200PM 0930AM 1230PM 1100AM

0440PM 1045AM 0145PM 1215PM

M MW TR TR

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

107 114 106 106

O'Dell, K Dubois, K Behforooz, B Dubois, K

119 121 122 160 161

38227 38903 39112 38228 38229

3 3 3 3 3

17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

4-May-17 4-May-17 4-May-17 2-May-17 3-May-17

0200PM 0330PM 0930AM 0600PM 0600PM

0315PM 0445PM 1045AM 0840PM 0840PM

TR TR TR T W

CCLA CCLA CLCCFS CCLA CCLA

114 104 129 107 114

Graham, C Johns-Miller, K Graham, C Okun, M Bjork, K

162

38495

3

19-Jan-17

4-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

R

CCLA

106

Bjork, K

PSY 102 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY II (GT: SS3)

Focuses on the scientific study of behavior including cognition, language, intelligence, psychological assessment, personality, abnormal psychology, therapy, life span development, social psychology. This is a stand-alone course; PSY 101 is not a prerequisite.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092, CCR 093, or CCR 094 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course 110 111 112

38236 38237 38904

3 3 3

17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

4-May-17 8-May-17 8-May-17

0930AM 1100AM 0330PM

1045AM 1215PM 0445PM

TR MW MW

CCLA CCLA CCLA

114 212 112

Johns-Miller, K Dubois, K Graham, C

PSY 205 PSYCHOLOGY OF GENDER (GT: SS3)

Examines gender comparisons in work, courtship, family life, and sexual behavior throughout the life span.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092, CCR 093, or CCR 094 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course 110

38238

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

1230PM

0145PM

TR

CCLA

107

Dale, J

PSY 217 HUMAN SEXUALITY (GT: SS3) CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


Courses SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

Surveys physiological, psychological, and psychosocial aspects of human sexuality. Topics include relationships, sexual identity, and sexual health.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092, CCR 093, or CCR 094 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course 110 111

38239 38240

3 3

17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

4-May-17 3-May-17

1100AM 0600PM

1215PM 0840PM

TR W

CCLA CCLA

107 107

Dale, J Johns-Miller, K

PSY 226 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY (GT: SS3)

Focuses on the behavior of humans in social settings, including attitudes, aggression, conformity, cooperation and competition, prejudice, and interpersonal attraction.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of PSY 101 or PSY 102 (grade C or higher). Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course 310

38306

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0200PM

0315PM

TR

CCLA

107

O'Dell, K

212 106 107

Behforooz, B Durgans, K Behforooz, B

PSY 235 HUMAN GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT (GT: SS3)

Examines human development from conception through death, emphasizing physical, cognitive, emotional, and psychosocial factors.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of PSY 101 (grade C or higher). Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course 312 360 N11

38496 38242 38241

3 3 3

17-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

4-May-17 2-May-17 8-May-17

1100AM 0600PM 0930AM

1215PM 0840PM 1045AM

TR T MW

CCLA CCLA CCLA

PSY 238 CHILD DEVELOPMENT (GT: SS3)

Focuses on the growth and development of the individual from conception through adolescence emphasizing physical, cognitive, emotional, and psychosocial factors.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092, CCR 093, or CCR 094 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course 110 160

38243 38244

3 3

23-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

8-May-17 3-May-17

0200PM 0600PM

0440PM 0840PM

M W

CCLA CCLA

114 106

Behforooz, B Graham, C

TR

CCLA

114

O'Dell, K

PSY 249 ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY (GT: SS3)

Examines abnormal behavior and its classification, causes, treatment, and prevention.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of PSY 101 or PSY 102 (grade C or higher). Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course 310

37318

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

1100AM

1215PM

PUBLIC SECURITY MANAGEMENT

Department Chair: Michael Carter (303) 340-7211, Administrative Assistant: Stephanie Agner (303) 340-7076

PSM 131 INTELLIGENCE AND HOMELAND SECURITY

Analyzes intelligence and homeland security relationships using a case study methodology; examines the evolving relationship between intelligence and homeland security strategy; challenges the student with an exercise in which students will be placed in the role of a government or organization having to deal with a hypnotically 21st Century security crisis. ÿ

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092, CCR 093, or CCR 094 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores or Department approval. Co-requisite PSM 134 176

39509

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17 ONLINE

ARR

ARR

Carter, M

609

39530

3

30-Jan-17

8-May-17 SELF PACED

ARR

ARR

Carter, M

REAL ESTATE

Department Chair: Heather McMichael (303) 340-7232, Administrative Assistant: Vacant (303) 340-7240

REE 201 REAL ESTATE BROKER I

Enables the student, in conjunction with REE 202 - Real Estate Brokers II, to meet the educational requirements of the Colorado Real Estate Commission for a Colorado Real Estate Brokers license. The course includes Real Estate Law and Practice, practical applications, and Current Legal Issues.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092 or equivalent assessment scores and MAT 050 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 161

38801

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

6

17-Jan-17

9-Mar-17

Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

0930PM

MTR

CLCNOR

113

Martin, C

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes.

0545PM

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

REE 202 REAL ESTATE BROKER II

Enables students, in conjunction with REE 201 Real Estate Brokers I, to meet the educational requirements of the Colorado Real Estate Commission for a Colorado Real Estate Broker's license. Includes Colorado contracts and regulations, closings, and record keeping and trust accounts.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of REE 201 (grade C or higher). 161

38802

6 13-Mar-17

8-May-17 LATE START

0545PM

0930PM

MTR

CLCNOR

113

Martin, C

SOCIOLOGY

Department Chair: Jennifer Dale (303) 360-4730, Academic Support Specialist: Vacant (303) 361-7428

SOC 101 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY I (GT: SS3)

Examines the basic concepts, theories, and principles of sociology, as well as human cultures, social groups, and the social issues of age, gender, class, and race.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092, CCR 093, or CCR 094 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 110 111

37592 37322

3 3

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17

0930AM 0930AM

1045AM 1045AM

MW TR

CCLA CCLA

106 106

Cook, T Cook, T

112 113 114 115

38512 37483 37323 38725

3 3 3 3

18-Jan-17 17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

8-May-17 2-May-17 8-May-17 8-May-17

1100AM 0200PM 1100AM 1230PM

1215PM 0440PM 1215PM 0145PM

MW T MW MW

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

107 102 104 106

Cook, T VanderVegt, T Derr, C Derr, C

160 161

37324 37325

3 3

23-Jan-17 19-Jan-17

8-May-17 4-May-17

0600PM 0600PM

0840PM 0840PM

M R

CCLA CCLA

114 114

VanderVegt, T Derr, C

SOC 102 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY II (GT: SS3)

Examines social institutions and organizations from the macro perspective. Emphasizes issues of social change, demography, social movements, and conflicts and trends within education, religion, family, political, and economic structures.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092, CCR 093, or CCR 094 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 110 111

38219 38885

3 3

17-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

4-May-17 3-May-17

1100AM 0200PM

1215PM 0315PM

TR MW

CCLA CCLA

102 106

Cook, T Derr, C

SOC 218 SOCIOLOGY OF DIVERSITY (GT: SS3)

Explores the variety of inter-group relations regarding race, nationality, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, and other diversity issues. Discusses patterns of prejudice, discrimination, and possible solutions to these issues.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092, CCR 093, or CCR 094 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores 110

38886

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0200PM

0315PM

TR

CCLA

106

Cook, T

SPANISH

Department Chair: Ana Martin-Mejia (303) 340-7567, Academic Support Specialist: Lauryn Gangle-Wythe (303) 360-4749

SPA 111 SPANISH LANGUAGE I

Develops students’ interpretive, interpersonal, and presentational communicative abilities in the language. Integrates these skills in the cultural contexts in which the language is used. Offers a foundation in the analysis of culture.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092, (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores 111 112

37328 37330

5 5

18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

8-May-17 8-May-17

0830AM 0100PM

1045AM 0315PM

MW MW

CCLA CCLA

307 307

Huici Clever, L Huici Clever, L

SPA 112 SPANISH LANGUAGE II

Expands students’ interpretive, interpersonal, and presentational communicative abilities in the language across the disciplines. Integrates these skills with the study of the cultures in which the language is used. Offers a foundation in the analysis of culture and develops intercultural communicative strategies.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of SPA 111 (grade C or higher) or permission by the Department Chair. CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


Courses SEC

CRN

CR DATES

111

37506

5

17-Jan-17

TIMES 4-May-17

0100PM

0315PM

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

TR

CCLA

307

INST Hernandez de la Garza, M

SPA 211 SPANISH LANGUAGE III (GT: AH4)

Continues Spanish Language I and II in the development of increased functional proficiency in listening, speaking, reading and writing the Spanish language. Note: The order of the topics and the methodology will vary according to individual texts and instructors.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of SPA 112 (grade C or higher) or permission by the Department Chair. 111

38295

3

17-Jan-17

2-Mar-17

0830AM

1110AM

TR

CCLA

307

Martin-Mejia, A

SPA 212 SPANISH LANGUAGE IV (GT: AH4)

Continues Spanish Language I, II and III in the development of increased functional proficiency in listening, speaking, reading and writing the Spanish language. Note: The order of the topics and the methodology will vary according to individual texts and instructors.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of SPA 211 (grade C or higher) or permission by the Department Chair. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111

39077

3

7-Mar-17

4-May-17 LATE START

0830AM

1110AM

TR

CCLA

307

Martin-Mejia, A

SPA 235 SPANISH READING-WRITING Builds vocabulary and develops reading and writing strategies in Spanish to be able to analyze fictional and non-fictional texts and gain further cultural insight of the Hispanic world

Prerequisite: Successful completion of SPA 212 (grade C or higher) and department Chair approval 161

38526

3

18-Jan-17

3-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

W

CCLA

307

Hernandez de la Garza, M

THEATRE

Coordinator: Stacey D'Angelo (303) 340-7529, Academic Support Specialist: Adrienne Kruger (303) 340-7335

THE 105 THEATRE APPRECIATION (GT: AH1)

Includes discussions, workshops, and lectures designed to discover, analyze, and evaluate all aspects of the theatre experience: scripts, acting, directing, staging, history, criticism, and theory.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092, (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 112 113

38709 39495

3 3

17-Jan-17 1-Feb-17

4-May-17 8-May-17 LATE START

1100AM 1105AM

1215PM 1230PM

TR MW

CFA CLCWES

101 107

D'Angelo, S Rada, J

THE 111 ACTING I

Covers basic acting techniques and approaches, including scene study, improvisation, and script analysis. Includes practical application through classroom and showcase performances.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092, (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores 111

37327

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

0200PM

0315PM

TR

CFA

101

D'Angelo, S

THE 112 ACTING II

Continues to explore basic acting techniques and approaches, including scene study, improvisation, and intermediate script analysis. Includes practical application through classroom and showcase performances.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of THE 111 or FVT 117 (grade C or higher) or permission of instructor. 111 111

38234 38234

3 3

18-Jan-17 18-Jan-17

8-May-17 8-May-17

1100AM ARR

1215PM ARR

MW

CFA

104

D'Angelo, S D'Angelo, S

THE 116 TECHNICAL THEATRE

Introduces hands-on methods of constructing and painting scenery and properties and operating stage lighting. Students also learn the proper procedures of using shop equipment and serving on stage crews.

Prerequisite: THE 105 is recommended. 110

38984

3

20-Jan-17

5-May-17

1000AM

0140PM

F

CFA

110

Springman, L

THE 132 THEATRE PRODUCTION II

Allows students to put into practice theories of theatre production. Participation in set construction, scenic artistry, costuming, lighting, sound, acting, stage managing, and administration is available. 609

37911

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17 SELF PACED

Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

0610PM

TR

CFA

110

Barr, S

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes.

0330PM

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

INST

First meeting is on February 2nd from 12:00 to 1:00 PM.

THE 211 DEVELOPMENT OF THEATER GRK-RENN GT-AH1

Surveys the history and evolution of drama from Ancient Greece to the Renaissance, emphasizing all aspects of the art from period values to analysis of dramatic literature and performance.

Prerequisite: THE 105 is recommended. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 110

39079

3

18-Jan-17

8-May-17

0930AM

1045AM

MW

CFA

101

Rada, J

THE 216 THEATRE LIGHTING AND DESIGN

Focuses on the theory and practice of stage lighting. Topics include basic electrical theory, color theories, rigging and design of lighting for the performing arts.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092, (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores 110

38704

3

20-Jan-17

5-May-17

1000AM

0140PM

F

CFA

110

Springman, L

TRANSLATION and INTERPRETATION

Department Chair: Ana Martin-Mejia (303) 340-7567, Academic Support Specialist: Lauryn Gangle-Wythe (303) 360-4749

TRI 101 INTRODUCTION TO TRANSLATION AND INTERPRETATION

Presents an introduction to translation and interpretation including basic principles, procedures, and techniques; a portrait of the work duties of the various types of translators and interpreters; and theoretical foundations for translation and interpretation.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 121 (grade C or higher) or enrollment in ENG 121 concurrently or Permission by the Department Chair. 176

38353

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17 ONLINE

ARR

ARR

CON

CCA ONLINE Fedasenka-Cloud, Y

TRI 102 THE BUSINESS OF TRANSLATION AND INTERPRETATION

Presents an overview of the business of translation and interpretation including job searching, how to start a business, qualifications, and essential technologies.

Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of TRI 101 (grade C or higher) or Permission by the Department Chair. Course Note: This course belongs to Sequence I of the certificate. 176

38701

2

20-Feb-17

29-Apr-17 ONLINE

ARR

ARR

CON

CCA ONLINE Fedasenka-Cloud, Y

TRI 103 CODE OF ETHICS

Presents the general National and State ethical guidelines that govern the conduct of professional interpreters and translators and the role of cultural competence in effective translation and interpretation.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of TRI 101 (grade C or higher) or Permission by the Department Chair. Course Note: This course belongs to Sequence II of the certificate. 176

38478

2

17-Jan-17 18-Feb-17 ONLINE

ARR

ARR

CON

CCA ONLINE

Buitrago, R

TRI 201 CONSECUTIVE INTERPRETATION

Presents the theory, history, and skills of consecutive interpretation and fosters the practical application of these skills.

Prerequisite: Enrollment in or successful completion of TRI 101 (grade C or higher) or permission by the Department Chair. Course Note: This course belongs to Sequence I of the certificate. 161

38354

3

23-Jan-17

8-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

M

CLCNOR

212

Fedasenka-Cloud, Y

212

Buitrago, R

TRI 202 SIMULTANEOUS INTERPRETATION

Presents the theory, history, and skills of simultaneous interpretation and fosters the practical application of these skills.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of TRI 101 (grade C or higher) or Permission by the Department Chair. Course Note: This course belongs to Sequence II of the certificate. 161

38479

3

17-Jan-17

2-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

W

CLCNOR

TRI 203 SIGHT TRANSLATION

Presents the theory, history, and skills of sight translation and fosters the practical application of these skills.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of TRI 101 (grade C or higher) or permission by the Department Chair. CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes. Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


Courses SEC

CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

Course Note: This course belongs to Sequence II of the certificate. 170

38480

3

20-Jan-17

5-May-17 HYBRID

0600PM

0715PM

DAY

CAMPUS LOC RM

F

CLCNOR

212

INST

Fedasenka-Cloud, Y

TRI 205 SIMULTANEOUS INTERPRETATION II

Continues the development of simultaneous interpretation skills from TRI 202 Simultaneous Interpretation I, with more focus on the quality of the rendition. Students develop further linguistic agility and coping skills, and practice with higher complexity texts. They learn research and analysis skills required for adequate professional preparation. Additional attention is paid to the work with portable simultaneous interpreting equipment, and in a team environment.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of TRI 202 (grade C or higher) or permission by department chair. 161

38900

3

17-Jan-17

2-May-17

0600PM

0840PM

T

CLCNOR

212

Fedasenka-Cloud, Y

WOMEN'S STUDIES

Department Chair: Bobby Pace (303) 360-4940, Academic Support Specialist: Rebecca Pritchard (303) 360-4731

WST 200 INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN'S STUDIES (GT: SS3)

Examines the nature and function of women in society from an interdisciplinary perspective, focusing on the similarity and diversity of women's experience over time and across cultures. Examines topics such as sex roles, socialization, political, and philosophical perspectives on women's issues, and women's accomplishments in history, art, literature, science, health issues, and the family. Students will gain awareness of the limitations of traditional scholarship on women, and gain a means of practical application of the new scholarship on women's roles and nature.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092, (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111

38816

3

17-Jan-17

4-May-17

1230PM

0145PM

TR

CCLA

112

Tenure, K

WST 249 WOMEN'S SEXUALITY (GT-SS3)

Explores how different cultures have understood women's sexuality and the power of femininity. The course addresses theories of sexuality and erotic power, women's sexualities across cultures and throughout the lifespan, the perception of sexuality in religion and history, and creative visualizations of women's sexuality in literature, visual, musical and performance art.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CCR 092, CCR 093, or CCR 094 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 161

38516

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

3

19-Jan-17

4-May-17

Hybrid, Online, Self-paced and Weekend classes are identified.

0840PM

R

CCLA

107

Waite, C

REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course Shaded areas show evening classes.

0600PM

Lowry Campus

CLASS LOCATIONS CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

CFA – Fine Arts Building

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration

CST – Student Center

Building CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online


CentreTech Campus

Lowry Campus

CADM: Administration Building CCLA: Classroom Building CFA: Fine Arts Building CST: Student Centre

CLCNOR: North Quad 9202 E Severn Place, Denver, CO 80230 CLCSIM: Center for Simulation 9235 E. 10th Drive Denver, CO 80230 CLCWES: West Quad 710 Alton Way, Denver, CO 80230 CLCCFS: CO Film School 9075 E. Lowry Blvd. Denver, CO 80230 CLC: 840 Diesel Power Mechanics 1060 Alton Way Denver, CO 80230

16000 E CentreTech Parkway Aurora, CO 80011

Register online at:

www.ccaurora.edu

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