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Community Schedule of Classes FA L L 2 012

College of Aurora

Register Now! Fall 2012 registration begins – April 23, 2012 Fall 2012 classes begin – Aug 27, 2012 Some classes start every week throughout the semester. Additional classes may be added as needed to accommodate more students.

Register online at www.CCAurora.edu 16000 East CentreTech Parkway • Aurora, CO 80011

303-360-4700


Important Dates april

Apr 23 Fall 2012 registration begins ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

jul

oct

Oct 17 Drop deadline (with refund) for late-start CCCOnline, Session 2, classes (course dates Oct 8-Dec 16) ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

July 1 Priority deadline to apply for Fall 2012 graduation ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

aug Aug 8 - Sept 5 Bookstore charges arranged for Financial Aid students who have been awarded Aug 13 & 14 Extd hrs for Enrollment Svcs, Cashier, Fin. Aid, Bookstore, Advising – open until 6:30 p.m. Aug 15 Full payment due or arrangements through FACTS payment plan must be completed by 6:00 p.m. After this date, payment is due within 24 hours of registration. See page 3.

Aug 18 Extd hrs for Enrollment Svcs, Cashier, Fin. Aid, Bookstore, Advising – open 9:00 a.m.- Noon Aug 27 Fall Semester begins

nov Nov 1 Final deadline to apply for Fall 2012 graduation Nov 5 Spring 2013 semester registration begins Nov 20 Faculty in-service, no classes, college open Nov 21 - 25 Thanksgiving (no classes, college closed Thanksgiving only) Nov 23 Last day to withdraw full-term classes for “W” grade, no refund Nov 25 Last day to withdraw full-term CCA online classes (Sept 4-Dec 16) for “W” grade, no refund Nov 25 Last day to withdraw full-term CCCOnline, Session 1, classes (Sept 4-Dec 16) for “W” grade, no refund ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Aug 27 & 28 Extd hrs for Enrollment Svcs, Cashier, Fin. Aid, Bookstore, Advising – open until 6:30 p.m. ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

sept Sept 2 Last day to register for full-term fall classes w/o signed permission from department dean Sept 11 Drop deadline (with refund) for full-term classes Sept 17 Drop deadline (with refund) for full-term CCA online classes (course dates Sept 4-Dec 16) Sept 17 Drop deadline (with refund) for full-term CCCOnline, Session 1, classes (course dates Sept 4-Dec 16) ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

dec Dec 1 Priority deadline to apply for Spring 2013 graduation Dec 2 Last day to withdraw late-start CCCOnline, Session 2, classes (Oct 8-Dec 16) for “W” grade, no refund Dec 16 Fall 2012 semester ends Dec 25 - Jan 1 College Closed, Holiday Break ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

jan Jan 22, 2013 Spring 2013 semester begins ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

After Aug 15, payment is due or payment arrangements must be made (through the FACTS payment plan) on the day of registration. 1


getting started heRe’s WhaT You neeD To Do

5. see an academic advisor Students who have never attended college after high school graduation will see an academic advisor during orientation. If you are a returning student or a new student to CCA but have taken classes at another college, it is highly recommended that you contact an advisor who will help select the correct courses for placement, prerequisite, and program requirements. Your advisor will be able to guide you in selecting the right courses to complete a degree or certificate at CCA and/or to transfer to the 4-year institution of your choice. If you are an international student, you must register with the international advisor each semester. If you are using veterans benefits, you must complete a Request for VA Certification each semester. Advising questions can also be answered via e-mail at OnlineAdvisor@CCAurora.edu. Walk in hours: Mon-Thurs 8:00 a.m..-5:30 p.m., Fri 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

1. apply for admission Apply for admission online at www.CCAurora.edu. Click on Apply & Register, then Admission Application. There is no deadline or fee for applying. To find out about our classes and programs, call 303-360-4700. All students who are new to CCA must complete an application for admission. If it has been more than a year since you last attended or applied to CCA. please complete a new application for admission. 2. apply for Cof (College opportunity fund) If you are a Colorado resident and you did not sign up for COF through your admissions application, sign up for COF to get state assistance with your tuition. You only sign up for COF once, but don’t forget to authorize the COF each time you sign up for your classes. COF website: https://cof.college-assist.org. See description on page 4 of this schedule.

6. Register for courses Register online at www.CCAurora.edu.. Select at the top of the page (see step-by-step instructions on page 8). Staff are available in the CentreTech Enrollment Services and Lowry Student Services offices to help you through the registration process.

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 – Nov. 1, Summer Semester – April 1. For more information, call 303-3604709.

Although we can’t register you over the phone or via e-mail, we can guide you through the process. Please contact us in person, via e-mail at OnlineAdvisor@CCAurora.edu, by chat room on our website, or 303360-4700 if you need any assistance. 7. Pay for tuition

4. Take the assessment test

Tuition must be paid by the payment deadline listed in the schedule booklet or your registration may be cancelled.

All new students must meet Assessment Requirements which can be met in one of the following ways:

If you have applied but have not yet been awarded Financial Aid, you will need to make a full payment or set up a FACTS payment plan before the published payment deadline.

• Evidence of an Associate of Arts or Associate of Science Degree or higher

If you are unable to attend the classes you registered for, you must drop by the add/drop deadline to avoid being financially responsible for your classes. Deadline dates to drop are available in this schedule each semester or in the Enrollment Services Office.

• 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

8. buy your books

• Qualifying Accuplacer scores that are less than 5 years old

Take your schedule to the bookstore to purchase your books. If you have been awarded financial aid, check page 1 of this schedule for the dates books can be charged to financial aid. It is always best to get your books before class starts.

• English speaking ability is also required. If English is not your native language, you may be required to take the LOEP exam ACT, SAT and Accuplacer scores will be used to determine placement in both college-level and Academic Enrichment courses as appropriate. Please see the current class schedule for placement and prerequisite requirements.

9. student ID card

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.

Photo ID cards are available during posted hours at the CentreTech Welcome Center in the administration building and at Lowry Student Services. ID cards are required for some services at the college and available discounts in the community. 10. free student e-mail To activate your e-mail account, go to www.CCAurora.edu and access your account. Look for the link at the top of the main menu page that says “student e-mail.” To activate your account, login with your date of birth spelled out (no punctuation or spaces) as your password (ex: If your date of birth is February 14, 1992, your initial password is February141992). You will need to activate your account only once. Student e-mail is the official method of communication at CCA, so it is extremely important that you activate your account and check it regularly.

5. new student orientation: a. IF YOU HAVE NEVER ATTENDED COLLEGE AFTER HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION you MUST attend a new student orientation. You can sign up for the orientation at http://www.ccaurora.edu/ students/getting-started/orientation. You must attend the orientation before you can register for classes. *Please note you will NOT be able to sign up for orientation until you have taken the Accuplacer or provided ACT/ SAT scores less than 5 years old with appropriate minimum scores. b. If you are a student who has attended college or CCA previously, it is strongly suggested that you go through the online orientation by registering for the AAA 075 online orientation class through your MyCCA account 2


Paying for College 11. Disability accommodations

To officially drop a course, access the Add/Drop link on the Student tab of or visit the Admissions & 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.

Register with the Accessibility Services office online at www.CCAurora.edu/accessibility. You must submit both: 1. Needs Assessment Form 2. Documentation of Disability Documentation guidelines are listed online. For more information, call 303-361-7395 V/TDD/VP or e-mail ASO.CCA@CCAurora.edu.

fInanCIal oblIgaTIon

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.

By the act of registration, you automatically incur a financial obligation to the college. 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. Failure to pay tuition and fees may result in cancellation of your registration, but you are still responsible for classes that are not dropped for non-payment. In accordance with the State Fiscal Procedures, unpaid accounts will be forwarded to the state 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.

DIsbuRseMenT of fInanCIal aID funDs PolICY 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 Cashiers 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. You can expect to wait one to two weeks between disbursement and refunds. Read the section below about the Higher One Refund process.

PaYMenT TeRMs DO NOT WAIT FOR A BILL. To prevent being dropped from your classes for non-payment, your account must be paid in full or you must have a FACTS payment plan by deadline as described above. A $25 nonrefundable processing fee will be assessed for FACTS payment plan. If you apply for financial aid by April 1 you are responsible for paying their bill unless notified by the Financial Aid Office of a financial aid award.

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:

If you register after August 15, you must pay your account in full or initiate a FACTS payment plan within 24 hours of registration. You still have a financial obligation to the college even though you did not receive a bill. View and print your bill through the system after registering.

1. Easy Refund to the OneAccount connected to CCCS Refund Card Debit MasterCard.

RefunD PolICY

2. Direct Deposit (ACH Transfer) to your existing bank account.

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. FALL 2012

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.

online payment is available on JulY 9, 2012

LAST DAY TO ENROLL ONLINE

REQUIRED DOWN PAYMENT

NUMBER OF PAYMENTS

MONTHS OF PAYMENTS

JULY 31

NONE

4

AUG-NOV

AUG 22

15%

3

SEPT-NOV

SEPT 12

25%

2

OCT-NOV

50%

1

NOV

OCT 12

3. Receive a paper check within five to seven days.

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

*After Oct. 12, 2012, payment in full is required via MyCCA

full payments may be made online through august 15, 2012 Special Note for Open Entry Courses - a content based assignment must be completed prior to your course add/drop date in order not to be considered a “no show” for Open Entry courses.

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Tuition TuITIon InfoRMaTIon & ColoRaDo ResIDenCY

College oPPoRTunITY funD (Cof)

• You may pay online at www.CCAurora.edu through your account.

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.

• 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 the website or through the Enrollment Services 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.

sCholaRshIPs The CCA Foundation awards over $350,000 in scholarships to those who qualify. Please visit www.CCAurora.edu/cca-foundation/scholarships to apply online. In addition, the CCA Financial Aid Office awards $300,000 in institutional scholarships yearly. To find out more about scholarships, visit www.CCAurora.edu/students/paying-college/scholarships. You can also attend a Scholarship Workshop (held periodically throughout the year) to learn: how to apply for scholarships; scholarship essay tips; how to prepare a scholarship resume; how to find the right scholarship for you.

• Active Duty Military personnel and their dependents are eligible for instate tuition by providing certification from the military base Education Office each semester. More information is available from the Enrollment Services office (303-360-4700). • Tuition & Fees are posted on the website and in the Enrollment and Cashier Offices. You should take note that some fees are NON REFUNDABLE. Tuition & fee payments are due even if you do not receive a bill in the mail.

WaITlIsTs Waitlists are available in select departments. If you are put on a waitlist for a class, verify your schedule by the refund date. Drop the course by the refund date if you decide not to take the course.

PaYMenT DeaDlInes Payment is due in full or payment arrangements through the FACTS payment plan must be completed by 6 p.m. on Wednesday, August 15. If you register after this day you must pay tuition in full or initiate a FACTS payment plan within 24 hours of registration (see page 3.)

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.

TuITIon & fee Table NON-RESIDENT

RESIDENT LESS COF STIPEND

AMOUNT DUE AFTER STIPEND

CREDIT HOURS

TUITION

FEES

TOTAL

201.35

-62.00

139.35

1

434.30

33.50

467.80

373.75

-124.00

249.75

2

868.60

38.05

906.65

42.60

546.15

-186.00

360.15

3

1302.90

42.60

1345.50

671.40

47.15

718.55

-248.00

470.55

4

1737.20

47.15

1784.35

5

839.25

51.70

890.95

-310.00

580.95

5

2171.50

51.70

2223.20

6

1007.10

56.25

1063.35

-372.00

691.35

6

2605.80

56.25

2662.05

7

1174.95

60.80

1235.75

-434.00

801.75

7

3040.10

60.80

3100.90

8

1342.80

65.35

1408.15

-496.00

912.15

8

3474.40

65.35

3539.75

9

1510.65

69.90

1580.55

-558.00

1022.55

9

3908.70

69.90

3978.60

CREDIT HOURS

TUITION

FEES

TOTAL

1

167.85

33.50

2

335.70

38.05

3

503.55

4

ONLINE CLASSES Tuition Rates

__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

10

1678.50

74.45

1752.95

-620.00

1132.95

10

4343.00

74.45

4417.45

11

1846.35

79.00

1925.35

-682.00

1243.35

11

4777.30

79.00

4856.30

12

2014.20

83.55

2097.75

-744.00

1353.75

12

5211.60

83.55

5295.15

13

2182.05

85.55

2267.60

-806.00

1461.60

13

5645.90

85.55

5731.45

14

2349.90

87.55

2437.45

-868.00

1569.45

14

6080.20

87.55

6167.75

15

2517.75

89.55

2607.30

-930.00

1677.30

15

6514.50

89.55

6604.05

16

2685.60

91.55

2777.15

-992.00

1785.15

16

6948.80

91.55

7040.35

17

2853.45

93.55

2947.00

-1054.00

1893.00

17

7383.10

93.55

7476.65

18

3021.30

95.55

3116.85

-1116.00

2000.85

18

7817.40

95.55

7912.95

note: fall 2012 Tuition, Cof stipend, and fee amounts are subject to change pending final board approval. 4

CCa & CCC onlIne Classes

Resident Rate: $249.15 per credit hour. Less: $62.00 COF stipend per credit hour. Amount due after stipend $187.15 per credit hour. Non Resident Rate: $285.20 per credit hour.

WESTERN UNDERGRADUATE EXCHANGE (WUE) Tuition Rates

__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Traditional/classroom courses: $158.80 per credit hour. Online courses: $285.20 per credit hour.


Fees Refundable Fees

Certification Charge. $10.

High Cost Program Fees. $6.15 per credit hour. A policy implemented to offset expenditures related to high-cost programs as defined by the State Board for Community Colleges.

Film and Video Lab Charge. $150. Paralegal-Law Library Charge. $60. Covers cost for classroom use, library privileges, and allows student access to Computer and Westlaw On-line Research Services.

The following are refundable only when a class is dropped before the deadline date:

Private Instruction Charge. $150 per credit. (Regular tuition and program fees do not cover the cost of private instruction.)

Fire Safety Program Equipment Fee. $800. Used to cover equipment, materials, and related costs required by the program.

Art Material Charges. Ceramics $50, Photography $12, Jewelry:

Instructional Technology Fee. $6.15 per credit hour for all math and English courses to offset technology costs and support services.

1 credit hour $60 or 3 credit hours $175, Multimedia Graphic Design (MGD) Lab $25, flat fee for one or more MGD courses. Sculpture $12, Stained Glass $125.

Student Activity Fee. $17.30 per term per student. Supports student life.

Non-Refundable charges and Fees Basic Law Enforcement Charge. $100. The Academy assesses a non-refundable 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.

Student Bond. $2 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. $1.50 per credit hour, maximum 12 credit hours, not to exceed $18. 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.

Challenge/Portfolio Charge. 50% of in-state tuition. Used to offset instructional costs, materials and processing costs. Emergency Medical Provider (EMP) Equipment Charge. EMS 125 $400, EMS 225 $400, EMS 227 $500, EMS 280 $300. Used to offset special equipment required for the course. Refundable prior to the first day of class. $300. Used to offset special equipment required for the course. Nonrefundable upon the first day of class.

Parking Fee. $1.05 per credit hour up to $12.60 maximum. Used for lot repair and upgrades. Student Enrollment Charge. $11.65. Used to offset processing and material costs.

Refundable Charges

Emergency Student Loan Charge. $20. Used to offset processing costs to administer the Emergency Student Loan Fund. $5 will be assessed for each late payment.

The following are refundable up to the deadline date for each class that is dropped:

International Student Application Charge. $75.

Basic Law Enforcement Training Charge. $1,378. 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.

Designated Degree Program

Return Check Charge. $30.

Start here. Finish there.

Seamless transfer from CCA into a bachelor’s program as a junior. When you earn your associate degree in a designated field of study, and complete the requirements for admission, you can transfer to a public Colorado college or university as a junior in that field. The associate degrees of designation include Early Childhood Education, Economics, Elementary Education, History, Psychology and Spanish as well as Associate of Science Degrees in Business, Engineering, Mathematics, and Psychology. www.CCAurora.edu 303-360-4700

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More Information aCaDeMIC suPPoRT lab

Change of aDDRess oR naMe

Classroom building, Room C-109, 303-340-7536

It is your responsibility to notify the Enrollment Services 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 and log in with your S# and password. Click on Student tab.

The Academic Support Lab provides the following services: • Free drop-in tutoring in many subjects • Computer lab • Workshops and other academic assistance

aCCessIbIlITY seRVICes

CoMPuTeR aCCess CenTeR

CTC 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.

For disability accommodations, register with the Accessibility Services office online at www.CCAurora.edu/accessibility. Must submit both: 1. Needs Assessment Form 2. Documentation of Disability

DegRees & CeRTIfICaTes

Documentation guidelines are listed online. For more information, call 303-361-7395 V/TDD/VP or e-mail ASO.CCA@CCAurora.edu.

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.

assessMenT of basIC sKIlls 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

englIsh language PRofICIenCY For assistance with enrollment in appropriate college-level English as a Second Language classes, you should see Enrollment Services at CentreTech or Lowry.

• 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)

The Aurora Language Center’s college Preparatory/For Credit ESL Program offers three levels of instruction to prepare you for collegiate/university programs. 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.

• Qualifying ACT or SAT scores that are less than 5 years old • Qualifying Accuplacer 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

The Aurora Language Center’s Community ESL Program offers six levels of English non-credit instruction. Classes follow a life skills curriculum and provide practice in speaking, listening, reading, and writing. The cost is $100 for basic through advanced classes and $175 for American Language and Culture classes.

ACT, SAT and Accuplacer scores will be used to determine placement in both college-level 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.

The ALC is located on the Lowry Campus, North Quad, Room 105. Call (303-340-7079) or visit www.CCAurora.edu/programs-classes/departments/esl for registration dates. Once you have completed the advanced level classes, you are encouraged to test for entry into the college prep program.

gRaDe RePoRTs

basIC sKIlls InsTRuCTIon: CCa ace PRogRaM

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

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.

CanCellaTIon of Classes 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.

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More Information gRaDuaTIon aPPlICaTIons

MIlITaRY/VeTeRans seRVICes CenTeR

CTC admissions, Room a103, 303-360-4700 or lowry student services (West Quad, Room 119) 303-340-7093

CTC administration, Room a105, 303-360-4768 Military and veterans are asked to visit the Military/Veterans Office. The staff can assist you with questions concerning your benefits and 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 .

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 .

hIgh sChool sTuDenTs / ConCuRRenT enRollMenT The Concurrent Enrollment Act (formerly Postsecondary Enrollment Options Act) enables you to earn both college and high school credit while still attending high school. Find more information at www.CCAurora.edu/ students/high-school-students. See your high school counselor to enroll or call 303-360-4705.

sTuDenT lIfe (STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION AND CLUBS) CTC student Centre, Room s101, 303-360-4726 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.

InCleMenT WeaTheR & eMeRgenCY ClosuRes 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 to receive notification. Locate the “Safety and Security” section on the “Welcome” page and click on CCA Alert System link to update your information.

TesTIng 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.

InTeRnaTIonal sTuDenTs Information, orientation dates, application requirements, and deadlines are available on the website or at Enrollment Services 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.

TRiO STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES CTC student Centre, Room s101, 303-340-7108 If interested in receiving additional support during your time at CCA you are encouraged to apply to the TRiO Student Support Services program. TRiO helps if you are a first generation college students, designated as low income, or have a documented disability. Once admitted into the TRiO program you remain in the program throughout your time at CCA. The fall semester application deadline is August 24, 2012. Please stop by CTC S101 for more information.

leaRnIng ResouRCe CenTeR CTC student Centre, Room s202, 303-360-4736 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: • Accessibility services

Phi Theta Kappa Completion Challenge

• Computer assistive technology if you have a disability • Audiovisual viewing

Phi Theta Kappa at CCA is committed to actively encouraging completion of a college credential, an associate degree or certificate, among community college students.

• Computer lab • Instructional, make-up, and online testing with instructor approval

Why Complete Community College?

lIbRaRY 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 in West Quad room 206, during limited hours. You can reach us by phone at 303-3604736, via email at library@CCAurora.edu, and you can get research assistance 24/7 through AskAcademic! Just go to www.ccaurora.edu/students/ library and click on the link.

1.

Earn More.

2. Edge Out The Competition. 3. Keep Your Job. 4. Make Transferring Easy. 5. Accomplish Your Goal And Prove It.

We are committed to college completion! Will you commit? Go to www.CCAurora.edu/about-cca/campus-life/phi-theta-kappa-completion-challenge

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how to Register

go To WWW.CCauRoRa.eDu RegIsTRaTIon WebsITe, ClICK on

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.

2 Choose YouR TeRM

• Click the STUDENT tab. • Click Add or Drop classes from the Registration Tools Group. • Select SEARCH TERM. • Select FALL 2012. • Click SUBMIT.

3 looK uP Classes bY subJeCT, DaYs, TIMes, eTC.

select “subJeCTs” • 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

• 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.

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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

21621 ECE 102 376

Academic Achievement Strategies 22467 AAA 075 976

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.

Special Topics: Orientation

Accounting

Intro to ECE Lab Techniques

21620 ECE 103 376

Guidance Strategies Yng Child

Economics

Marketing

20305 MAR 216 176

Principles of Marketing

22262 MAR 217 376

E-Commerce Marketing

21931 ACC 121 176

Accounting Principles I

20101 ECO 201 176

Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1

22255 MAR 235 376

Consumer Behavior

20006 ACC 122 376

Accounting Principles II

20106 ECO 202 176

Prin of Microeconomics: SS1

22256 MAR 238 376

Marketng Application/Analysis

21947 MAR 240 176

International Marketing

20013 ANT 101 176

Cultural Anthropology : SS3

22118 EDU 222 376

21833 ANT 101 177

Cultural Anthropology : SS3

Anthropology

Art 20018 ART 110 176

Art Appreciation: AH1

20019 ART 110 177

Art Appreciation: AH1

21955 ART 139 176

Digital Photography I

Astronomy 20027 AST 101 176

Astronomy I w/Lab: SC1

22125 AST 102 176

Astronomy II w/Lab: SC1

Biology and Biotechnology 20031 BIO 105 176

Science of Biology: SC1

20035 BIO 106 176

Basic Anatomy And Physiology

22231 BIO 116 176

Intro to Human Disease: SC2

22346 BIO 143 176

Ecology of Colorado

Business

Education Effective Teaching

Emergency Management & Planning 21899 EMP 101 176

Emergency Management

22131 EMP 106 176

Exercise Design Evaluation

22132 EMP 107 176

Emerg Op Center & Comm

22098 EMP 201 176

Public Safety Applications

22133 EMP 247 176

Decision Making in a Crisis

English 21065 ENG 090 076

Basic Composition

20925 ENG 121 376

English Composition I : CO1

20926 ENG 121 377

English Composition I : CO1

20927 ENG 121 378

English Composition I : CO1

Math 20382 MAT 060 076

Pre-Algebra

20390 MAT 090 076

Introductory Algebra

20948 MAT 099 076

Intermediate Algebra

21859 MAT 103 376

Math for Clinical Calculations

20392 MAT 120 376

Math for Liberal Arts: MA1

20402 MAT 121 376

College Algebra : MA1

20411 MAT 135 376

Intro to Statistics: MA1

Paralegal 21816 PAR 117 176

Family Law

21599 PAR 209 176

Constitutional Law

21544 ENG 121 379

English Composition I : CO1

Philosophy

20928 ENG 122 376

English Composition II: CO2

20440 PHI 111 176

Intro to Philosophy: AH3

21714 ENG 122 377

English Composition II: CO2

20444 PHI 112 176

Ethics: AH3

21715 ENG 122 378

English Composition II: CO2

20445 PHI 113 176

Logic: AH3 Comparative Religions: AH3

20056 BUS 115 176

Introduction to Business

21716 ENG 122 379

English Composition II: CO2

20773 PHI 114 176

22056 BUS 115 179

Introduction to Business

20929 ENG 131 376

Technical Writing I

22026 BUS 118 176

Business Survival Skills

Political Science

20058 BUS 216 176

Legal Environment of Business

20060 BUS 217 376

Bus Communication/Rept Write

Communication 20729 COM 125 176

Interpersonal Communication

20730 COM 125 177

Interpersonal Communication

20876 COM 125 178

Interpersonal Communication

Computer Information Systems 20063 CIS 118 376

Intro PC Applications

22091 CIS 118 377

Intro PC Applications

22110 CIS 222 276

UNIX System Administration

21825 CIS 268 176

Systems Analysis and Design I

Computer & Networking Technology 20076 CNG 101 376

Intro to Networking

Criminal Justice 20085 CRJ 110 176

Intro to Criminal Justice

22094 CRJ 125 176

Law Enforcement Operations

22352 CRJ 145 176

Correctional Process

21579 CRJ 210 176

Constitutional Law

22355 CRJ 220 176

Human Rel/Social Conflict

Computer Science 22090 CSC 116 277

Logic and Program Design

Early Childhood Education 21618 ECE 101 376

Intro to Early Childhood Educ

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

Pre-Algebra

20938 MAT 060 077

Geography

20452 POS 111 176

20739 GEO 105 176

World Regional Geography: SS2

Health Professional

American Government : SS1

Public Security Management 21900 PSM 131 176

Intelligence/Homeland Security

20292 HPR 178 176

Medical Terminology

22134 PSM 134 176

Hlnd Def: Crit Incd Resp Mgmt

20496 HPR 178 177

Medical Terminology

22135 PSM 204 176

Terrorism/Intellignce/Justice

Health Wellness

Psychology

20295 HWE 100 176

Human Nutrition

20461 PSY 101 176

20296 HWE 100 177

Human Nutrition

20497 PSY 101 177

General Psychology I: SS3

21684 PSY 102 176

General Psychology II : SS3

20467 PSY 235 376

Human Growth & Developmnt: SS3

20498 PSY 235 377

Human Growth & Developmnt: SS3

20904 PSY 238 176

Child Development: SS3

History 20286 HIS 201 176

US History to Reconst: HI1

20289 HIS 202 176

US History since Civil War:HI1

20290 HIS 225 176

Colorado History: HI1

20917 HIS 247 176

20th Century World History:HI1

General Psychology I: SS3

Sociology 20485 SOC 101 176

Intro to Sociology I : SS3

Intro to Literature I: AH2

20499 SOC 101 177

Intro to Sociology I : SS3

22367 MAN 156 176

Problem Solving-Bus Environmnt

20753 SPA 111 176

22412 MAN 200 176

Human Resource Management I

21596 MAN 201 376

Human Resources Management II

22293 TRI 101 176

Intro to Trans & Interp

22261 MAN 212 376

Negotiation/Conflict Resolutn

22294 TRI 102 176

Business of Trans & Interp

Literature 20301 LIT 115 176

Management

22252 MAN 215 376

Organizational Behavior

22019 MAN 226 178

Principles of Management

22253 MAN 230 376

Corporate Responsibility

Spanish Spanish Language I

Translation & Interpretation

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


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 – C11, C12, C21 or C22 – 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 2011 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.

*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. 20140 BIO 221 C11

Accounting

Botany: SC1

20184 CRJ 230 C11

Criminology

21991 CRJ 236 C11

CRJ Research Methods

20117 ACC 101 C11

Fundamentals of Accounting

Business

20770 ACC 101 C21

Fundamentals of Accounting

20141 BUS 115 C11

Introduction to Business

Computer Science

20118 ACC 115 C11

Payroll Accounting

20321 BUS 115 C21

Introduction to Business

20185 CSC 116 C11

20119 ACC 121 C11

Accounting Principles I

20142 BUS 216 C11

Legal Environment of Business

20777 CSC 154 C11

Intro to MS Visual Basic

20310 ACC 121 C21

Accounting Principles I

20322 BUS 216 C21

Legal Environment of Business

20186 CSC 160 C11

Computer Science I: (Language)

20120 ACC 122 C11

Accounting Principles II

20143 BUS 217 C11

Bus Communication/Rept Write

20187 CSC 161 C11

Computer Sci II: (Language)

20311 ACC 122 C21

Accounting Principles II

20323 BUS 217 C21

Bus Communication/Rept Write

20778 CSC 230 C11

C Programming:Platform

20121 ACC 125 C11

Computerized Accounting

20144 BUS 226 C11

Business Statistics

20784 CSC 240 C21

Java Programming

20122 ACC 131 C11

Income Tax

20324 BUS 226 C21

Business Statistics

22064 ACC 135 C11

Spreadsheet Apps/ Accounting

Computer Web Based

20123 ACC 211 C11

Intermediate Accounting I

20124 ACC 212 C11

Intermediate Accounting II

20125 ACC 226 C11

Cost Accounting

Anthropology

Chemistry

21035 CWB 110 C11

Cmplt Web Author: (Language)

20168 CHE 101 C11

Intro to Chemistry I : SC1

20785 CWB 110 C21

Cmplt Web Author: (Language)

20325 CHE 101 C21

Intro to Chemistry I : SC1

21992 CWB 130 C11

Web Editing Tools: (Editor)

20169 CHE 102 C11

Intro to Chemistry II: SC1

Early Childhood Education

20170 CHE 111 C11

Gen College Chemistry I : SC1

20126 ANT 101 C11

Cultural Anthropology : SS3

20326 CHE 111 C21

Gen College Chemistry I : SC1

20312 ANT 101 C21

Cultural Anthropology : SS3

20171 CHE 112 C11

Gen College Chemistry II: SC1

20127 ANT 111 C11

Physical Anthropology : SS3

22000 CHE 112 C21

Gen College Chemistry II: SC1

21542 ANT 111 C21

Physical Anthropology : SS3

Communication

Art

Logic and Program Design

20188 ECE 101 C11

Intro to Early Childhood Educ

20329 ECE 101 C21

Intro to Early Childhood Educ

20189 ECE 102 C11

Intro to ECE Lab Techniques

20330 ECE 103 C21

Guidance Strategies Yng Child

20190 ECE 111 C11

Infant/Toddler Theory/Practice

21007 COM 115 C11

Public Speaking

20191 ECE 112 C11

Infant/Toddler Lab Tech

Art Appreciation: AH1

20766 COM 125 C11

Interpersonal Communication

20193 ECE 205 C11

Nutrition, Health and Safety

20313 ART 110 C21

Art Appreciation: AH1

20767 COM 125 C21

Interpersonal Communication

20331 ECE 205 C21

Nutrition, Health and Safety

20129 ART 111 C11

Art Hist Ancient/ MedievGT-AH1

20194 ECE 220 C11

Curriculum Methods Techniques

20314 ART 111 C21

Art Hist Ancient/ MedievGT-AH1

20332 ECE 220 C21

Curriculum Methods Techniques

20130 ART 112 C11

Art Hist Renaiss/1900:GT-AH1

20315 ART 112 C21

Art Hist Renaiss/1900:GT-AH1

20128 ART 110 C11

Astronomy

Computer Information Systems 20172 CIS 115 C11

Intro to Computer Info Sys

20327 CIS 115 C21

Intro to Computer Info Sys

20173 CIS 118 C11

Intro PC Applications

20771 ECE 226 C21

Creativity and the Young Child

20195 ECE 238 C11

Child Growth and Development

20787 ECE 238 C21

Child Growth and Development

20328 CIS 118 C21

Intro PC Applications

20131 AST 101 C11

Astronomy I w/Lab: SC1

21988 CIS 135 C11

Complete PC Word Processing

20316 AST 101 C21

Astronomy I w/Lab: SC1

22001 CIS 135 C21

Complete PC Word Processing

20132 AST 102 C11

Astronomy II w/Lab: SC1

20174 CIS 145 C11

Complete PC Database

20317 AST 102 C21

Astronomy II w/Lab: SC1

20175 CIS 155 C11

PC Spreadsheet Concepts

21990 CIS 267 C11

Mgmt of Information Systems

Economics

20176 CIS 268 C11

Systems Analysis and Design I

20199 ECO 201 C11

Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1

20333 ECO 201 C21

Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1

20200 ECO 202 C11

Prin of Microeconomics: SS1

20334 ECO 202 C21

Prin of Microeconomics: SS1

Biology and Biotechnology 20133 BIO 105 C11

Science of Biology: SC1

20318 BIO 105 C21

Science of Biology: SC1

20134 BIO 106 C11

Basic Anatomy And Physiology

20177 CNG 101 C11

20135 BIO 111 C11

Gen College Biology I/Lab: SC1

20319 BIO 111 C21

Gen College Biology I/Lab: SC1

Criminal Justice

20136 BIO 112 C11

Gen College Biology II/Lab:SC1

20137 BIO 201 C11 Human Anatomy&Physiology I:SC1 20138 BIO 202 C11 Human Anatomy&PhysiologyII:SC1 20139 BIO 204 C11

Microbiology: SC1

20320 BIO 204 C21

Microbiology: SC1

20501 BIO 216 C11

Pathophysiology

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

Computer & Networking Technology Intro to Networking

20196 ECE 240 C11

Admin of ECE Programs

20197 ECE 241 C11

Admin:Human Relations ECE

20198 ECE 260 C11

The Exceptional Child

21541 ECE 260 C21

The Exceptional Child

Education

20178 CRJ 110 C11

Intro to Criminal Justice

20179 CRJ 125 C11

Law Enforcement Operations

20180 CRJ 135 C11

Judicial Function

20181 CRJ 145 C11

Correctional Process

21759 CRJ 205 C11

Principles of Criminal Law

20182 CRJ 210 C11

Constitutional Law

20201 ENG 090 C11

Basic Composition

20183 CRJ 220 C11

Human Rel/Social Conflict

20335 ENG 090 C21

Basic Composition

22002 EDU 132 C21

Adult Education Instruction

22003 EDU 134 C21

TESL to Adult Learners

20504 EDU 221 C11

Introduction to Education

English

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


20202 ENG 121 C11

English Composition I : CO1

20336 ENG 121 C21

English Composition I : CO1

20203 ENG 122 C11

English Composition II: CO2

20337 ENG 122 C21

English Composition II: CO2

20204 ENG 131 C11

Technical Writing I

20338 ENG 131 C21

Technical Writing I

20205 ENG 221 C11

Creative Writing I

20339 ENG 221 C21

Creative Writing I

21066 ENG 222 C11

Creative Writing II

21067 ENG 222 C21

Creative Writing II

French

Literature 20228 LIT 115 C11

Intro to Literature I: AH2

20251 MUS 121 C11

Music Hist Mdvl-Classical: AH1

20365 MUS 122 C21

Music Hist Romantic-Prsnt: AH1

Philosophy

20352 LIT 115 C21

Intro to Literature I: AH2

20229 LIT 201 C11

Wrld Literature to 1600:GT-AH2

20252 PHI 111 C11

Intro to Philosophy: AH3

20353 LIT 201 C21

Wrld Literature to 1600:GT-AH2

20366 PHI 111 C21

Intro to Philosophy: AH3

20230 LIT 202 C11

World Lit After 1600:GT-AH2

20253 PHI 112 C11

Ethics: AH3

20789 LIT 202 C21

World Lit After 1600:GT-AH2

20367 PHI 112 C21

Ethics: AH3

20494 LIT 211 C11

Amer Lit to Civil War: GT-AH2

20254 PHI 113 C11

Logic: AH3

20984 LIT 212 C11

Amer Lit Aft Civil War:GT-AH2

21803 PHI 113 C21

Logic: AH3

20780 LIT 221 C11

British Lit to 1770: GT-AH2

20255 PHI 115 C11

World Religions- West

21800 LIT 222 C11

British Lit Since 1770: GT-AH2

20256 PHI 116 C11

World Religions - East

French Language I

21802 LIT 225 C11

Intro to Shakespeare: AH2

20783 PHI 214 C11

Philosophy of Religion: AH3

20340 FRE 111 C21

French Language I

20231 LIT 255 C11

Children`s Literature

20207 FRE 112 C11

French Language II

20354 LIT 255 C21

Children`s Literature

21797 FRE 211 C11

French Language III: AH4

21798 FRE 212 C11

French Language IV: AH4

20206 FRE 111 C11

Geography

Management

Physics 20257 PHY 105 C11

Conceptual Physics w/Lab: SC1

20772 PHY 105 C21

Conceptual Physics w/Lab: SC1 Physics Alg-Based I/Lab: SC1

21037 MAN 200 C11

Human Resource Management I

20258 PHY 111 C11

20355 MAN 200 C21

Human Resource Management I

20792 PHY 111 C21

Physics Alg-Based I/Lab: SC1 Physics Alg-Based II/Lab: SC1

20208 GEO 105 C11

World Regional Geography: SS2

20233 MAN 226 C11

Principles of Management

20259 PHY 112 C11

20341 GEO 105 C21

World Regional Geography: SS2

20357 MAN 226 C21

Principles of Management

20260 PHY 211 C11

Physics Calc-Based I/Lab: SC1

21993 GEO 106 C11

Human Geography: SS2

20261 PHY 212 C11

Physics Calc-Based II/Lab: SC1

22004 GEO 106 C21

Human Geography: SS2

German

Marketing 21784 MAR 111 C21

Principles of Sales

Political Science

20234 MAR 216 C11

Principles of Marketing

20281 POS 105 C11

Intro to Political Science:SS1

Principles of Marketing

20368 POS 105 C21

Intro to Political Science:SS1

20262 POS 111 C11

American Government : SS1

20209 GER 111 C11

German Language I

20358 MAR 216 C21

20495 GER 111 C21

German Language I

21036 GER 112 C11

German Language II

Math

21799 GER 211 C11

German Language III : AH4

Geology

21758 MAT 030 C11

Fundamentals of Mathematics

20359 MAT 030 C21

Fundamentals of Mathematics

20369 POS 111 C21

American Government : SS1

20263 POS 125 C11

Amer.State/Local Govt: GT-SS1

20282 POS 205 C11

International Relations: SS1

20989 POS 205 C21

International Relations: SS1

20235 MAT 060 C11

Pre-Algebra

20214 GEY 111 C11

Physical Geology w/Lab: SC1

20360 MAT 060 C21

Pre-Algebra

20342 GEY 111 C21

Physical Geology w/Lab: SC1

20913 MAT 060 C99

Pre-Algebra

20215 GEY 121 C11

Historical Geology w/Lab: SC1

20236 MAT 090 C11

Introductory Algebra

20265 PSY 101 C11

20960 GEY 140 C11

Intro to Global Position.Syst.

20361 MAT 090 C21

Introductory Algebra

20370 PSY 101 C21

General Psychology I: SS3

21038 MAT 099 C11

Intermediate Algebra

20266 PSY 102 C11

General Psychology II : SS3

21040 MAT 099 C21

Intermediate Algebra

20371 PSY 102 C21

General Psychology II : SS3

20237 MAT 107 C11

Career Math

20871 PSY 226 C11

Social Psychology: SS3

20781 MAT 112 C11

Financial Mathematics

20790 PSY 226 C21

Social Psychology: SS3

20238 MAT 120 C11

Math for Liberal Arts: MA1

20267 PSY 235 C11 Human Growth & Developmnt: SS3

20239 MAT 121 C11

College Algebra : MA1

20372 PSY 235 C21 Human Growth & Developmnt: SS3

20362 MAT 121 C21

College Algebra : MA1

20268 PSY 237 C11

Child & Adolescent Psychology

20240 MAT 122 C11

College Trigonometry: MA1

20309 PSY 237 C21

Child & Adolescent Psychology

20241 MAT 123 C11

Finite Mathematics: MA1

20270 PSY 238 C11

Child Development: SS3

20242 MAT 125 C11

Survey of Calculus: MA1

22007 PSY 238 C21

Child Development: SS3

20243 MAT 135 C11

Intro to Statistics: MA1

20271 PSY 249 C11

Abnormal Psychology: SS3

20363 MAT 135 C21

Intro to Statistics: MA1

20373 PSY 249 C21

Abnormal Psychology: SS3

20244 MAT 155 C11

Integrated Math I

Health Professional 20478 HPR 178 C11

Medical Terminology

20788 HPR 178 C21

Medical Terminology

Health Wellness 20351 HWE 100 C11

Human Nutrition

20479 HWE 100 C21

Human Nutrition

History 20216 HIS 101 C11

Western Civ:Antiquity-1650 HI1

20343 HIS 101 C21

Western Civ:Antiquity-1650 HI1

20217 HIS 102 C11

Western Civ: 1650-Present HI1

20344 HIS 102 C21

Western Civ: 1650-Present HI1

21994 HIS 111 C11

The World: Antiquity-1500: HI1

22005 HIS 111 C21

The World: Antiquity-1500: HI1

21995 HIS 112 C11

The World: 1500-Present: HI1

22006 HIS 112 C21

The World: 1500-Present: HI1

20218 HIS 201 C11

US History to Reconst: HI1

20345 HIS 201 C21

US History to Reconst: HI1

20219 HIS 202 C11

US History since Civil War:HI1

20346 HIS 202 C21

US History since Civil War:HI1

20220 HIS 225 C11

Colorado History: HI1

20347 HIS 225 C21

Colorado History: HI1

Humanities 21807 HUM 115 C11

World Mythology: GT-AH2

20224 HUM 121 C11

Humanities: Early Civ: GT-AH2

20348 HUM 121 C21

Humanities: Early Civ: GT-AH2

20225 HUM 122 C11

Humanities: Mediev-Mod: GT-AH2

20349 HUM 122 C21

Humanities: Mediev-Mod: GT-AH2

20226 HUM 123 C11

Humanities: Modern Wrld:GT-AH2

20350 HUM 123 C21

Humanities: Modern Wrld:GT-AH2

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

20245 MAT 156 C11

Integrated Math II

20246 MAT 166 C11

Pre-Calculus: MA1

20247 MAT 201 C11

Calculus I: MA1

20248 MAT 202 C11

Calculus II : MA1

20249 MAT 203 C11

Calculus III: MA1

20782 MAT 265 C11

Differential Equations: MA1

Psychology General Psychology I: SS3

Russian 20985 RUS 111 C11

Russian Language I

20939 RUS 112 C11

Russian Language II

Science 21999 SCI 155 C11

Integrated Science I: SC1

Sociology 20273 SOC 101 C11

Multimedia Graphic Design 21041 MGD 102 C21

Introduction To Multimedia

21772 MGD 111 C11

Adobe Photoshop I

21543 MGD 111 C21

Adobe Photoshop I

21044 MGD 112 C21

Adobe Illustrator I

21997 MGD 141 C11

Web Design I

21773 MGD 143 C11

Motion Graphic Design I:Softwr

Music 20476 MUS 100 C21

Intro to Music Theory I

20250 MUS 120 C11

Music Appreciation: AH1

20364 MUS 120 C21

Music Appreciation: AH1

Intro to Sociology I : SS3

20374 SOC 101 C21

Intro to Sociology I : SS3

20274 SOC 102 C11

Intro to Sociology II: SS3

20375 SOC 102 C21

Intro to Sociology II: SS3

20872 SOC 231 C11

Sociology-Deviant Behavior:SS3

20791 SOC 231 C21

Sociology-Deviant Behavior:SS3

Spanish 20275 SPA 111 C11

Spanish Language I

20376 SPA 111 C21

Spanish Language I

20276 SPA 112 C11

Spanish Language II

20377 SPA 112 C21

Spanish Language II

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


20277 SPA 211 C11

Spanish Language III: AH4

20378 SPA 211 C21

CCA Weekend Courses

Spanish Language III: AH4

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

20278 SPA 212 C11

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.

22230 ACC 125 370

Computerized Accounting

20933 COM 266 181

Decision Making

20887 ESL 055 171

Computer Basics for ESL

22287 ANT 107 671

Intro to Archaeology: GT-SS3

20754 CIS 118 380

Intro PC Applications

22301 ESL 175 171

Special Topics: Keyboarding

ANT 107

Intro to Archaeology: GT-SS3

22271 CNG 124 240

Networking I: Network +

21847 FST 100 500

Firefighter I

ANT 107

Intro to Archaeology: GT-SS3

20879 ECE 101 380

Intro to Early Childhood Educ

22222 FST 104 500

Fire Protection Systems

Spc Topics: Trip to Utah

21855 ECE 111 381

Infant/Toddler Theory/Practice

20897 HUM 121 198

Humanities: Early Civ: GT-AH2

Spc Topics: Trip to Utah

21856 EDU 132 180

Adult Education Instruction

21963 JRD 275 110

Spec Topics: Hndcrftd Jewelry Special Topics: Metal Workshop

20737 ANT 275 671 ANT 275

Spc Topics: Trip to Utah

20884 EMS 125 540

EMT Basic

22382 JRD 275 111

22353 CHI 275 111

ANT 275

Special Topics Chinese Culture

22046 EMS 225 540

Paramedic Practice

20401 MAT 121 362

College Algebra : MA1

20725 COM 115 180

Public Speaking

21699 ENG 121 380

English Composition I : CO1

20919 MUS 120 170

Music Appreciation: AH1

20931 COM 262 181

Communicate/Impossible People

22235 ESL 022 080

Intermediate Grammar

20932 COM 263 181

Conflict Resolution

20213 ESL 023 080

Advanced Grammar

22254 COM 265 181

Effective Presentations

20227 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

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


CCA Open Entry Courses

Open entry courses allow students to register for class and start anytime during the semester. When registering for Open Entry courses, students will self-select their start date and must complete the course within 15 weeks of their start date. Open Entry 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

21868 HPR 190 910

instruction, will be provided to students during scheduled class times. Open Entry 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

Basic EKG Interpretation

CCA Open Entry Online 22467 AAA 075 976

Special Topics: Orientation

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.

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

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.

20001 ACC 115 310

Payroll Accounting

22275 CNG 136 171

Guide to Disaster Recovery

21943 MAN 225 370

Managerial Finance

22230 ACC 125 370

Computerized Accounting

20080 CWB 110 171

Cmplt Web Author: (HTML)

20981 MAR 216 171

Principles of Marketing

22099 ACC 231 110

Business Taxation

20081 CWB 205 171

Cmplt Web Script: (Javascript)

21548 MGD 141 171

Web Design I-Adobe Dreamweaver

20010 ACC 232 370

Auditing

21856 EDU 132 180

Adult Education Instruction

20963 MGD 241 170

Web Design II-Adobe Dreamweave

21936 BUS 115 173

Introduction to Business

21580 EDU 221 370

Introduction to Education

20919 MUS 120 170

Music Appreciation: AH1

21935 BUS 115 175

Introduction to Business

20880 ENG 122 371

English Composition II: CO2

20439 PHI 111 171

Intro to Philosophy: AH3

22087 BUS 217 341

Bus Communication/Rept Write

21713 ENG 122 372

English Composition II: CO2

22169 PHI 112 171

Ethics: AH3

20889 CIS 118 371

Intro PC Applications

20765 ESL 053 171

Advanced Composition

21874 PHI 220 171

Philosophy-Death & Dying: AH3

21897 CIS 118 372

Intro PC Applications

20887 ESL 055 171

Computer Basics for ESL

20755 CNG 131 171

Network Security Fundamentals

22301 ESL 175 171

Special Topics: Keyboarding

22272 CNG 132 171

Prin of Information Security

22222 FST 104 500

Fire Protection Systems

22274 CNG 133 171

Fire Walls/Network Security

21941 MAN 200 140

Human Resource Management I

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Lowry Courses

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

22305 AAA 101 103

College 101:Student Experience

20044 BIO 201 111

Human Anatomy&Physiology I:SC1

22275 CNG 136 171

22306 AAA 101 104

College 101:Student Experience

20045 BIO 201 112

Human Anatomy&Physiology I:SC1

22277 CNG 258 360

Computer Forensics

20001 ACC 115 310

Payroll Accounting

20046 BIO 201 160

Human Anatomy&Physiology I:SC1

21753 CNG 260 371

CISCO Network Associate I

20002 ACC 121 110

Accounting Principles I

20047 BIO 201 161

Human Anatomy&Physiology I:SC1

22281 CNG 261 371

CISCO Network Associate II

20003 ACC 121 111

Accounting Principles I

21810 BIO 201 N13 Human Anatomy&Physiology I:SC1

21905 CNG 262 371

CISCO Network Associate III

20004 ACC 121 160

Accounting Principles I

20048 BIO 202 310

Human Anatomy&PhysiologyII:SC1

22282 CNG 263 371

CISCO Network Associate IV

20005 ACC 122 310

Accounting Principles II

20049 BIO 202 311

Human Anatomy&PhysiologyII:SC1

20083 CRJ 110 110

Intro to Criminal Justice

21570 ACC 122 361

Accounting Principles II

20050 BIO 202 360

Human Anatomy&PhysiologyII:SC1

20084 CRJ 110 160

Intro to Criminal Justice

22230 ACC 125 370

Computerized Accounting

20051 BIO 204 310

Microbiology: SC1

20986 CRJ 125 110

Law Enforcement Operations

20991 ACC 132 110

Tax Help Colorado

20732 BIO 204 311

Microbiology: SC1

22127 CRJ 127 160

Crime Scene Investigation

20008 ACC 211 360

Intermediate Accounting I

20052 BIO 204 360

Microbiology: SC1

20087 CRJ 135 160

Judicial Function

20009 ACC 212 360

Intermediate Accounting II

21809 BIO 204 N12

Microbiology: SC1

20733 CRJ 145 110

Correctional Process

22233 ACC 215 360

Acct Info Systems & eBusiness

21832 BIO 216 310

Pathophysiology

21578 CRJ 205 110

Principles of Criminal Law

22099 ACC 231 110

Business Taxation

21573 BIO 216 360

Pathophysiology

20988 CRJ 210 110

Constitutional Law

20010 ACC 232 370

Auditing

20053 BIO 268 160

Cell Biology and Immunology

22128 CRJ 220 110

Human Rel/Social Conflict

21951 AMG 176 110

Spec Topics-Arts Mgnt-Gallery

20054 BUS 115 110

Introduction to Business

20088 CRJ 220 160

Human Rel/Social Conflict

22370 AMG 176 111

Arts Management: Grant Writing

20055 BUS 115 111

Introduction to Business

20089 CRJ 230 110

Criminology

20014 ART 110 111

Art Appreciation: AH1

21936 BUS 115 173

Introduction to Business

21846 CRJ 236 160

CRJ Research Methods

20015 ART 110 161

Art Appreciation: AH1

21935 BUS 115 175

Introduction to Business

20718 CSC 116 110

Logic and Program Design

20965 ART 110 163

Art Appreciation: AH1

20057 BUS 216 110

Legal Environment of Business

20756 CSC 116 340

Logic and Program Design

20017 ART 111 111

Art Hist Ancient/ MedievGT-AH1

21937 BUS 216 140

Legal Environment of Business

22465 CSC 236 110

Introduction to C# Programming

22198 ART 112 111

Art Hist Renaiss/1900:GT-AH1

20059 BUS 217 311

Bus Communication/Rept Write

22466 CSC 253 110

MS ASP.NET Web App Develop

22199 ART 112 162

Art Hist Renaiss/1900:GT-AH1

21938 BUS 217 340

Bus Communication/Rept Write

20080 CWB 110 171

Cmplt Web Author: (HTML)

20020 ART 121 111

Drawing I

22087 BUS 217 341

Bus Communication/Rept Write

20081 CWB 205 171

Cmplt Web Script: (Javascript)

20021 ART 121 112

Drawing I

21939 BUS 226 340

Business Statistics

20094 ECE 260 360

The Exceptional Child

21953 ART 131 112

Visual Concepts 2-D Design

20061 BUS 226 360

Business Statistics

20096 ECO 201 110

Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1

21954 ART 139 160

Digital Photography I

20070 CHE 101 310

Intro to Chemistry I : SC1

20098 ECO 201 112

Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1

21956 ART 151 111

Painting I

21834 CHE 101 311

Intro to Chemistry I : SC1

20099 ECO 201 113

Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1

20022 ART 161 111

Ceramics I

22232 CHE 101 312

Intro to Chemistry I : SC1

20104 ECO 202 112

Prin of Microeconomics: SS1

22020 ART 161 140

Ceramics I

20071 CHE 101 360

Intro to Chemistry I : SC1

20105 ECO 202 160

Prin of Microeconomics: SS1

21952 ART 207 111

Art History 1900toPresent:AH1

20072 CHE 111 310

Gen College Chemistry I : SC1

20881 EMS 125 510

EMT Basic

20023 ART 221 312

Drawing II

20073 CHE 111 360

Gen College Chemistry I : SC1

20884 EMS 125 540

EMT Basic

20993 ART 222 312

Drawing III

20074 CHE 112 310

Gen College Chemistry II: SC1

20884 EMS 125 540

EMT Basic

21957 ART 223 312

Drawing IV

20075 CHE 211 310

Organic Chemistry I

22046 EMS 225 540

Paramedic Practice

22214 ART 239 360

Digital Photography II

20724 COM 115 117

Public Speaking

22046 EMS 225 540

Paramedic Practice

21958 ART 251 310

Painting II

21837 COM 115 118

Public Speaking

22139 ENG 090 012

Basic Composition

21959 ART 252 310

Painting III

21609 COM 115 141

Public Speaking

20149 ENG 121 311

English Composition I : CO1

21960 ART 253 310

Painting IV

21611 COM 125 110

Interpersonal Communication

20150 ENG 121 312

English Composition I : CO1

20995 ART 261 311

Ceramics II

20727 COM 125 112

Interpersonal Communication

20153 ENG 121 315

English Comp I : CO1

20996 ART 262 311

Ceramics III

20064 CIS 118 310

Intro PC Applications

20156 ENG 121 318

English Composition I : CO1

21961 ART 263 311

Ceramics IV

21896 CIS 118 311

Intro PC Applications

20160 ENG 121 322

English Composition I : CO1

20029 BIO 105 110

Science of Biology: SC1

22267 CIS 118 312

Intro PC Applications

21695 ENG 121 323

English Composition I : CO1

20030 BIO 105 160

Science of Biology: SC1

20065 CIS 118 360

Intro PC Applications

21696 ENG 121 324

English Composition I : CO1

20032 BIO 106 171

Basic Anatomy And Physiology

20889 CIS 118 371

Intro PC Applications

22097 ENG 121 332

English Composition I : CO1

20033 BIO 106 172

Basic Anatomy And Physiology

21897 CIS 118 372

Intro PC Applications

20163 ENG 121 341

English Composition I : CO1

20034 BIO 106 173

Basic Anatomy And Physiology

20754 CIS 118 380

Intro PC Applications

21700 ENG 122 310

English Composition II: CO2

20036 BIO 111 110

Gen College Biology I/Lab: SC1

20066 CIS 128 110

Operating System:Windows 7

21703 ENG 122 313

English Composition II: CO2

20037 BIO 111 111

Gen College Biology I/Lab: SC1

20067 CIS 128 160

Operating System:Windows 7

21705 ENG 122 315

English Composition II: CO2

20038 BIO 111 112

Gen College Biology I/Lab: SC1

21983 CNG 101 310

Intro to Networking

21707 ENG 122 317

English Composition II: CO2

20039 BIO 111 113

Gen College Biology I/Lab: SC1

20976 CNG 121 240

Computer Technician I: A+

21709 ENG 122 319

English Composition II: CO2

20040 BIO 111 160

Gen College Biology I/Lab: SC1

20977 CNG 122 240

Computer Technician II: A+

21710 ENG 122 340

English Composition II: CO2

20041 BIO 111 161

Gen College Biology I/Lab: SC1

22271 CNG 124 240

Networking I: Network +

20880 ENG 122 371

English Composition II: CO2

22227 BIO 111 S10

Gen College Biology I/Lab: SC1

20077 CNG 130 160

PC Technology

21713 ENG 122 372

English Composition II: CO2

22228 BIO 111 S11

Gen College Biology I/Lab: SC1

20755 CNG 131 171

Network Security Fundamentals

22265 ENG 122 N32

English Composition II: CO2

20042 BIO 112 310

Gen College Biology II/Lab:SC1

22272 CNG 132 171

Prin of Information Security

21819 ENG 122 N33

English Composition II: CO2

20043 BIO 201 110

Human Anatomy&Physiology I:SC1

22274 CNG 133 171

Fire Walls/Network Security

21847 FST 100 500

Firefighter I

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

Guide to Disaster Recovery

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


21847 FST 100 500

Firefighter I

21664 FVM 207 310

Directing Workshop

21966 MGD 102 170

Introduction To Multimedia

22222 FST 104 500

Fire Protection Systems

21665 FVM 208 310

Sound for Film/Video

21967 MGD 106 110

Creativity and Visual Thinking

21622 FVM 105 210

Video Production I

22012 FVM 209 310

Production Management

20997 MGD 111 110

Adobe Photoshop I

21623 FVM 105 211

Video Production I

21666 FVM 209 340

Production Management

22386 MGD 111 111

Adobe Photoshop I

21624 FVM 105 212

Video Production I

21806 FVM 212 140

Contemporary Global Cinema

21969 MGD 111 112

Adobe Photoshop I

21625 FVM 105 213

Video Production I

21805 FVM 213 110

Cinematography

20961 MGD 111 170

Adobe Photoshop I

21626 FVM 105 214

Video Production I

21668 FVM 215 311

Post Production II

20962 MGD 112 170

Adobe Illustrator I

21627 FVM 105 215

Video Production I

21669 FVM 217 310

Acting for the Screen

22219 MGD 116 110

Typography I

21628 FVM 105 240

Video Production I

21670 FVM 218 340

Screen Actor Movement/Action I

21911 MGD 119 111

Maya I

21629 FVM 105 444

Video Production I-IM

21671 FVM 219 310

Screen Performance Workshop

21970 MGD 133 110

Graphic Design I

21631 FVM 117 110

Understanding Actor's Process

21672 FVM 220 310

16mm/HD Production

21548 MGD 141 171

Web Design I-Adobe Dreamweaver

21632 FVM 117 111

Understanding Actor's Process

21673 FVM 229 310

Production III Preparation

20964 MGD 143 170

Motion Graphic Design I:Adobe

21634 FVM 117 112

Understanding Actor's Process

22011 FVM 236 110

Creative Producing

22221 MGD 211 210

Adobe Photoshop II

21633 FVM 117 444

Understanding Actor's Process

21972 FVM 248 340

Post Production Sound

21577 MGD 223 110

Graphic Storytelling I

21917 FVM 118 111

Screen Actor Improvisation

21674 FVM 250 340

Writing for Broadcast Media

22223 MGD 226 110

Graphic Storytelling IV

21635 FVM 136 110

Short Script Analysis

21679 FVM 251 312

Feature Script Analysis

21064 MGD 235 110

Word & Image 1: Comics

21636 FVM 136 111

Short Script Analysis

21675 FVM 264 310

Digital Effects

20963 MGD 241 170

Web Design II-Adobe Dreamweave

21637 FVM 136 112

Short Script Analysis

21678 FVM 267 311

Editing Aesthetics

22225 MGD 256 110

Graphic Design Production

21640 FVM 136 113

Short Script Analysis

21676 FVM 270 310

Film/Video Production III

22220 MGD 134 110

Drawing for Illustrators

21639 FVM 136 140

Short Script Analysis

22348 FVM 270 311

Film/Video Production III

20428 PAR 115 160

Introduction to Law

21638 FVM 136 444

Short Script Analysis

22347 FVM 271 311

Post Production III

21545 PAR 115 161

Introduction to Law

21641 FVM 150 110

Development Film Expression

21681 FVM 273 314

Professional Documentary Prod

21598 PAR 116 160

Torts

21644 FVM 150 111

Development Film Expression

21677 FVM 275 310

Spc Topics: Color & Motion

20429 PAR 118 160

Contracts

21643 FVM 150 140

Development Film Expression

21742 HPR 117 500

Anatomical Kinesiology

20430 PAR 201 160

Civil Litigation

21642 FVM 150 444

Development Film Expression

21811 HPR 209 N11

Professional Nursing Pathway

20734 PAR 208 160

Probate and Estates

21645 FVM 153 110

Intro to Film Production

20293 HWE 100 160

Human Nutrition

20982 PAR 209 110

Constitutional Law

21646 FVM 155 310

Writing the Short Script

20294 HWE 100 161

Human Nutrition

20431 PAR 213 160

Legal Research & Writing I

21647 FVM 155 311

Writing the Short Script

20287 HIS 202 111

US History since Civil War:HI1

20432 PAR 214 160

Legal Research & Writing II

21648 FVM 155 444

Writing the Short Script

20740 HIS 247 112

20th Century World History:HI1

21756 PAR 216 160

Employment Law

21649 FVM 160 210

Post Production I

21592 HUM 121 111

Humanities: Early Civ: GT-AH2

21743 PED 275 500

Special Topics

21650 FVM 160 211

Post Production I

21962 JRD 215 110

Jewelry Design I

20436 PHI 111 112

Intro to Philosophy: AH3

21651 FVM 160 212

Post Production I

22217 JRD 216 110

Jewelry Design II

20441 PHI 112 111

Ethics: AH3

21652 FVM 160 213

Post Production I

21963 JRD 275 110

Spec Topics: Hndcrftd Jewelry

21602 PHI 214 112

Philosophy of Religion: AH3

21653 FVM 160 214

Post Production I

22382 JRD 275 111

Special Topics: Metal Workshop

22393 PHO 232 210

Professional Portraiture

21654 FVM 160 215

Post Production I

22218 JRD 275 112

ST: Metal Fabrication

22299 PHO 275 360

Workshop

21655 FVM 160 240

Post Production I

21940 MAN 156 111

Problem Solving-Bus Environmnt

22300 PHO 275 361

Special Topics: Workshop

21656 FVM 160 444

Post Production I

21941 MAN 200 140

Human Resource Management I

20447 PHY 111 310

Physics Alg-Based I/Lab: SC1

21657 FVM 164 310

Digital Editing: Final Cut Pro

21942 MAN 201 340

Human Resources Management II

20448 PHY 211 310

Physics Calc-Based I/Lab: SC1

21808 FVM 165 350

Digital Editing:Avid

21943 MAN 225 370

Managerial Finance

20979 REE 201 160

Real Estate Brokers I

21658 FVM 181 140

Top. in Film Stud-Action Film

22251 MAN 226 341

Principles of Management

20980 REE 202 160

Real Estate Brokers II

22464 FVM 181 141

Films of the 70's

20981 MAR 216 171

Principles of Marketing

20475 SCI 155 160

Integrated Science I: SC1

21659 FVM 185 110

Documentary Film

21949 MAR 240 110

International Marketing

20482 SOC 101 114

Intro to Sociology I : SS3

21661 FVM 200 311

Video Production II

21948 MAR 240 171

International Marketing

22432 SOC 101 S14

Intro to Sociology I : SS3

21660 FVM 200 444

Video Production II

22152 MAT 060 014

Pre-Algebra

20490 SPA 111 111

Spanish Language I

21630 FVM 202 340

Film/Video Business

22154 MAT 060 018

Pre-Algebra

20907 TRI 201 161

Consecutive Interpretation

21680 FVM 204 313

Art Direction

22157 MAT 090 010

Introductory Algebra

21662 FVM 205 310

Camera Techniques

22159 MAT 090 018

Introductory Algebra

22013 FVM 205 444

Camera Techniques

21744 MAT 107 310

Career Math

21663 FVM 206 311

Film/Video Lighting

20396 MAT 121 313

College Algebra : MA1

22058 FVM 206 312

Film/Video Lighting

21965 MGD 102 110

Introduction To Multimedia

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Reading the Schedule SEC CRN CR

Course Number The course number consists of two parts: • Three-letter prefix for the subject area • Three-digit course number (Use this number to look up the course description in the College Catalog.)

DATES

TIMES

DAY

Course Notes – Provides additional course information .

Course name – Course name is abbreviated to fit the space.

RM

INST

Instructor – If this reads STAFF, it means that the instructor had not yet been assigned when the schedule went to press. Names subject to change.

PREREQ: required course to take before this class. COREQ: required course to take at the same time as this class. Course Description – Summarizes the content of the class

CAMPUS LOC

Location – CAMPUS AND BUILDING CC = CentreTech Campus CL = 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

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

30005 4 30006 4

19-Jan-10 6-May-10 20-Jan-10 10-May-10

0200PM 0350PM 0600PM 0750PM

TR MW

CLCNOR CLCNOR

Time of class Call # or CRN number is a fivedigit number that identifies each individual class section. This number is crucial for class identification when registering.

ABBREVIATIONS CC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CCA CentreTech Campus

TECH

THP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Pickens Tech COREQ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Corequisite PREREQ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Prerequisite

Section number with “Z” indicates a self-paced class

NOTES

ARR – ARR means to be arranged. Contact the instructor or the department for specifics whenever ARR appears in one of the columns. General notes – Notes in color appear directly under the subject area heading, and usually apply to the entire list of courses under that prefix.

Cr – Credit hours are based on the number of hours per week the class meets and the length of the term.

ONLINE Taught entirely on the Internet.

CL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .CCA Lowry Campus ARR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Arranged

Dates – Indicates dates class will run.

Classes use an innovative approach to learning mathematics. They are taught with the assistance of an interactive software to help with student’s specific needs.

HYBRID Taught in on-site classroom and in off-site location either online, in field study or independent study. OPEN Open Entry Courses have open start dates. ENTRY Students may register for these classes anytime throughout the semester and the coursework can be completed anytime before the semester ends. SELF Self-paced classes are designed to be PACED completed in one semester. The classes are Internet based while at the same time, instructors are available to meet with students at specified times. WEEKEND Taught on Friday evenings, Saturdays and/or Sundays. (gt)

Means this is a statewide guaranteed transfer course

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Schmitt T STAFF

Room Days – Refers to the days of the week the class is held: M T W R F S U

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

EXAMPLE: TR means the class meets Tuesday and Thursday

CLASS LOCATIONS Lowry Campus Buildings CCLNOR ..........................Lowry-North Quad (Bldg. 901) CCLSIM............Lowry-Center for Simulations (Bldg. 859) CCLWES ..........................Lowry-West Quad (Bldg. 903) CCLCFS ............Lowry-Colorado Film School (Bldg. 965) CCL ............................................840 & 905 CC – CentreTech Campus Buildings CADM ............Aministration Building CCLA..................Classrooom Building CFA ......................Fine Arts Buildings

FIND YOUR CLASSES Maps are located after the CCA Courses Section

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CST ............................Student Center CON ..................................CCA Online

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ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT STRATEGIES Department Chair: Libby Klingsmith (303) 340-7541

AAA 070 SPECIAL TOPICS

This course is designed to prepare students for the Accuplacer in reading, English, and/or mathematics. 110 22600 1 27-Aug-12 15-Oct-12

0800AM

1000AM

103

STAFF

AAA 075 STUDENT ORIENTATION

Orientation is a FREE non-credit course which will introduce you to the Community College of Aurora and the services that are provided to assist you with your educational goals. 976 22467 0 23-Apr-12 15-Dec-12 OPEN ENTRY/ONLINE STAFF

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. 100 22302 1 10-Sep-12 12-Nov-12 0200PM 0315PM M CADM 202 STAFF 103 22305 1 13-Sep-12 15-Nov-12 0330PM 0445PM R CLCSIM 120 STAFF 104 22306 1 10-Sep-12 12-Nov-12 0930AM 1045AM M CLCSIM 120 STAFF 105 22307 1 11-Sep-12 13-Nov-12 1100AM 1215PM T CADM 202 STAFF 106 107 108 109

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12-Sep-12 13-Sep-12 11-Sep-12 12-Sep-12

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ACCOUNTING

Department Chair: Tamra Schmitt (303) 340-7328, Administrative Assistant: Veronica Russell (303) 340-7240

ACC 115 PAYROLL ACCOUNTING – CRN 20001, CANCELLED 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+) and successful completion of MAT 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 110 111 160 176

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27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 4-Sep-12

12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

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MW TR MW

CLCWES 201 CLCWES 201 CLCWES 201

STAFF Karras, V STAFF STAFF

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 20005

4 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0900AM

1050AM

TR

CLCWES 201

Schmitt, T

361 21570 376 20006

4 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 4 4-Sep-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

0600PM 0750PM

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STAFF STAFF

ACC 125 COMPUTERIZED ACCOUNTING – CRN 22230, CANCELLED ACC 132 TAX HELP COLORADO

This course prepares the students for preparation of federal and state income tax returns for individuals. Emphasis is placed on form preparation with the use of tax software.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of REA 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores (RC: 62+, ACT Reading 16+) and successful completion of MAT 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 110 20991

2 26-Sep-12 5-Dec-12

1000AM

1240PM

W

CLCWES 115

Karras, V

An intensive evening section of ACC 132 will be offered during January 2013. Look for this section in the spring class schedule. CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


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ACC 211 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING I

Focuses on comprehensive analysis of generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), accounting theory, concepts and financial reporting principles for public corporations. It is the first of a two-course sequence in financial accounting, designed primarily for accounting and finance majors. Focuses on the preparation and analysis of business information relevant and useful to external users of financial reports. Explores the theories, principles, and practices surveyed in Accounting Principles and critically examines real-world financial analysis and reporting issues.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ACC 122 or equivalent (grade C or higher). 360 20008

4 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0600PM 0750PM

MW

CLCWES 101

STAFF

ACC 212 INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING II – CRN 20009, CANCELLED ACC 215 ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND EBUSINESS

Studies the principles, concepts and tools used in the analysis, design, implementation and integration of accounting systems, internal controls systems and accounting procedures. Key elements of system analysis, business systems design, accounting software selection, and the acquisition and implementation of systems are studied. Techniques and systems for electronic control systems, electronic data interchange, electronic funds transfer and web commerce are explored. Course Note: This course replaces ACC 225 and/or ACC 227

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ACC 121 (grade C or higher). 360 22233

3 28-Aug-12 11-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM

T

CLCWES 115

STAFF

ACC 231 BUSINESS TAXATION – CRN 22099, CANCELLED ACC 232 AUDITING – CRN 20010, CANCELLED

ANTHROPOLOGY

Coordinator: Elizabeth Hirsh (303) 360-4723, Department Chair: Geoffrey Hunt (303) 360-4825, Administrative Assistant: Mary Westendorf (303) 361-7428

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.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of ENG 090 and REA 090 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 20011

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0930AM

112 21571 160 20012 176 20013

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 3 28-Aug-12 11-Dec-12 3 4-Sep-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

1100AM 1215PM 0600PM 0840PM

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3 4-Sep-12

MW

CCLA

301

Hirsh, E

TR T

CCLA CCLA

302 301

Hirsh, E Scott, G Christopher, A

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

Christopher, A

Prerequisites for S Sections: Successful completion of ENG 090 and REA 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. Corequisite: ANT 101 S sections and REA 076 are corequisites. Students enrolled in ANT 101 S sections must enroll in REA 076. S11 22410 S12 22411 S60 22413

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 28-Aug-12 11-Dec-12

0930AM 1045AM 1100AM 1215PM 0600PM 0840PM

MW TR T

CCLA CCLA CCLA

301 302 301

Hirsh, E Hirsh, E Scott, G

ANT 104 PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY LAB (GT: SS3)

Investigates the principles of physical/biological anthropology. Includes genetic and evolutionary processes, comparative skeletal anatomy, primate morphology and behavior, human evolution, modern human variation, and forensics through laboratory and/or online practicum exercises and analytical discussions.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 090 and REA 090 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 110 22286

1 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0200PM

0315PM

W

CCLA

301

Hirsh, E

Course Note: ANT 104 and ANT 111 are corequisites. Students who have previously taken ANT 111 may enroll in ANT 104 separately with departmental permission.

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 ENG 090 and REA 090 (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

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN

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TIMES

Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer class. 671 22287

3 25-Aug-12 31-Aug-12 6-Oct-12 15-Dec-12

25-Aug-12 3-Sep-12 6-Oct-12 15-Dec-12

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0900AM

1200PM

0800AM 0900AM

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CCLA CCLA

301 301

INST Scott, G Scott, G Scott, G Scott, G

Course Note 2: This course includes a field trip to Utah over 31-Aug-12 to 2-Sep-12.

ANT 111 PHYSICAL ANTHROPOLOGY (GT: SS3)

Studies human biology and its effect on behavior. Includes principles of genetics and evolution, vertebrates and primates, human origins, human variation, and ecology.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 090 and REA 090 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 110 20896

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

1230PM

0145PM

MW

CCLA

301

Hirsh, E

Course Note: ANT 104 and ANT 111 are corequisites. Students who have previously taken ANT 111 may enroll in ANT 104 separately with departmental permission.

ANT 250 MEDICAL ANTHROPOLOGY (GT: SS3)

Studies the basic principles of medical anthropology, an applied field within the discipline of cultural anthropology. Includes the cross-cultural study of practices and beliefs regarding illness, health, death, prevention and therapy; and the interaction of the medical systems between Western and other cultures.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 090 and REA 090 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. Course Note: this is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 160 21572

3 30-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM

R

CCLA

301

Christopher, A

ANT 275 SPECIAL TOPICS IN ANTHROPOLOGY: TRIP TO UTAH

Provides opportunity for off-campus field experience or study of a special topic in Anthropology. Field study may occur at archaeological sites, museums, host educational institutions, within ethnographic situations, or other anthropologically appropriate places. Study of a special topic may include that derived from physical anthropology, cultural anthropology, archaeology, or other anthropological discipline.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 090 and REA 090 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 671 20737

3 25-Aug-12 25-Aug-12 31-Aug-12 3-Sep-12 6-Oct-12 6-Oct-12

0900AM

1200PM

CCLA

301

0500PM

S UFS S

CCLA

301

Scott, G Scott, G Scott, G

0800AM

15-Dec-12 15-Dec-12

0900AM

1200PM

S

CCLA

301

Scott, G

R M

CLCNOR 120 CLCNOR 113

Gibbons, S Perisho, S

Course note: This course includes a field trip to Utah over 31-Aug-12 to 2-Sep-12.

ART & NEW MEDIA DESIGN

Department Chair: Scott Wakefield (303) 340-7340, Administrative Assistant: Celia Miller (303) 340-7335

AMG 176 SPECIAL TOPICS: ARTS MANAGEMENT 110 21951 111 22370

3 30-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 3 27-Aug-12 15-Oct-12

0100PM 0200PM

0400PM 0550PM

AMG 176, Section 111 - Arts Management: Grant Writing. This course provides instruction in grant writing (where the money is and how to get it) as well as grant management (how to stay in compliance and keep the money after you have it). The course has application for artists, businesses, beginning and experienced grant writers from not for profits, city, county, and state agencies, K-12, colleges, and universities.

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 ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 20014

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

1100AM

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0600PM 0840PM 0200PM 0440PM 0600PM 0715PM

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11-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

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TR

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Faller, C

T W MW

CLCNOR 216 CCLA 209 CLCNOR 212

Gibbons, S Neth, M Perisho, S Plock, S

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

Plock, S

ART 111 ART HISTORY - ANCIENT TO MEDIEVAL (GT: AH1) – CRN 20017, CANCELLED CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


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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 through the Modern periods.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 22198

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0100PM

162 22199

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0600PM 0715PM

0215PM

TR

CLCNOR 216

Neth, M

MW

CLCNOR 216

STAFF

1210PM

TR

CLCNOR 223

Painter, W

0440PM

TR

CLCNOR 223

Lukens, D

CLCNOR 223

Wakefield, S

ART 121 DRAWING I

Investigates the various approaches and media that students need to develop drawing skills and visual perception. 111 20020 3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 0930AM 112 20021

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0200PM

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. 112 21953 3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 0930AM 1210PM MW

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. 160 21954 3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 0600PM 0840PM TR CLCNOR 217 Roussel, D 176 21955 3 4-Sep-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE STAFF

ART 151 PAINTING I

Explores basic techniques, materials, and concepts used in opaque painting processes in oil or acrylic painting to depict form and space on a two-dimensional surface. 111 21956 3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 0930AM 1210PM MW CLCNOR 220 Painter, W

ART 161 CERAMICS I

Introduces traditional and contemporary ceramic forms and processes including hand building and throwing on the potter's wheel. 111 20022 3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 0930AM 1210PM MW 140 22020 3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 0530PM 0810PM MW

CLCNOR 119 CLCNOR 119

Faller, C Faller, C

ART 207 ART HISTORY - 1900 TO PRESENT (GT: AH1) – CRN 21952, CANCELLED 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) or permission of Instructor. 312 20023

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0200PM

0440PM

MW

CLCNOR 223

Painter, W

ART 222 DRAWING III

Offers continued study of expressive drawing techniques and development of individual style, with emphasis on composition and technique variation.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ART 221 (grade C or higher) or permission of Instructor. 312 20993

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0200PM

0440PM

MW

CLCNOR 223

Painter, W

ART 223 DRAWING IV

Explores advanced drawing problems with emphasis on conceptual development and portfolio and/or exhibition quality presentation.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ART 222 (grade C or higher) or permission of Instructor. 312 21957

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0200PM

0440PM

MW

CLCNOR 223

Painter, W

ART 239 DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY II – CRN 22214, CANCELLED ART 251 PAINTING II

Further explores basic techniques, materials, and concepts used in opaque painting processes in oil or acrylic painting, with emphasis on composition and content development.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ART 151 (grade C or higher) or permission of Instructor. 310 21958 CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0200PM

0440PM

TR

CLCNOR 220

Painter, W

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


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ART 252 PAINTING III

Provides continued exploration of techniques, materials, and concepts used in opaque painting processes in oil or acrylic painting, with emphasis on composition and content development.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ART 251 (grade C or higher) or permission of Instructor. 310 21959

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0200PM

0440PM

TR

CLCNOR 220

Painter, W

ART 253 PAINTING IV

Explores advanced techniques, materials, and concepts used in opaque painting processes, with emphasis on the development of themes and a cohesive body of work.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ART 252 (grade C or higher) or permission of Instructor. 310 21960

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0200PM

0440PM

TR

CLCNOR 220

Painter, W

0410PM

MW

CLCNOR 119

Faller, C

ART 261 CERAMICS II

Continues ART 161, emphasizing skill, techniques and form.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ART 161 (grade C or higher). 311 20995

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0130PM

ART 262 CERAMICS III

Encourages students to develop an individual style of wheel thrown and hand built ceramic forms with continuing involvement in surface treatment.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ART 261 (grade C or higher). 311 20996

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0130PM

0410PM

TR

CLCNOR 119

Faller, C

ART 263 CERAMICS IV

Continues advanced work with emphasis on various clay bodies, unique glazes and engobes, combining different textures and shapes, and development of personal forms.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ART 262 (grade C or higher). 311 21961

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0130PM

0410PM

TR

CLCNOR 119

Faller, C

3 28-Aug-12 11-Dec-12

0930AM

1230PM

T

CLCNOR 120

M Cook, F

JRD 215 JEWELRY DESIGN I

Introduces custom jewelry design procedures and techniques. 110 21962

JRD 216 JEWELRY DESIGN II

Emphasizes advanced jewelry design techniques and practices as they relate to artistic and custom projects.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of JRD 215 (grade C or higher). 110 22217

3 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0930AM

1230PM

W

CLCNOR 120

M Cook, F

0900AM

0500PM

S

CLCNOR 120

M Cook, F

JRD 275 SPECIAL TOPICS: HANDCRAFTED JEWELRY, METAL, OR METALSMITHING Provides students with a vehicle to pursue in-depth exploration of special topics of interest. 110 21963

1 22-Sep-12 29-Sep-12

JRD 275, Section 110 - Handcrafted Jewelry. Introduces custom jewelry design and techniques. There is a $60.00 fee for this class. 111 22382

1 6-Oct-12

13-Oct-12

0900AM

0500PM

S

CLCNOR 120

M Cook, F

1230PM

R

CLCNOR 119

M Cook, F

JRD 275, Section 111 - Metal Workshop There is a $60.00 fee for this class. 112 22218

3 30-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0930AM

JRD 275, Section 112 - Metalsmithing. This class is an introduction to metal-smithing and will provide students with basic metal fabrication techniques to heat connect metals. Students will be introduced to several safety, fabrication, and finishing techniques that will result in the construction of several quality pieces of metal jewelry. Specifically, students will saw, file, fit, solder, finish, and polish crafted adornments using heat to create connections. Students will also explore riveting as a means of cold connection to further their repertoire of design skills.

MGD 102 INTRODUCTION TO MULTIMEDIA

Introduces the types of equipment and technical considerations used in multimedia productions and the multimedia professions. It focuses on current types of equipment such as scanners, printers, digital cameras and computers. Students gain hands-on experience in how the technology is utilized for input and output in production and design projects. Overview of software and basic design principles will be explored.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 110 21965 170 21966

3 30-Aug-12 1-Nov-12 3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0600PM 1000PM 0300PM 0450PM

R MW

CLCNOR 218 CLCNOR 218

Girard, A Ruelle, R

MGD 106 CREATIVITY AND VISUAL THINKING

Introduces the visual and oral skills necessary to analyze works art and design, articulate complex ideas, then present the solution cogently in 2-D and 3-D projects and presentation skill building. The underlying philosophy of what we see, how we see and what we do with it is the major concern of this class. CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN

CR DATES

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CAMPUS LOC

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INST

Course Note: This class is designed to build a foundation in visual thinking, develop an understanding of the creative process, and encourage new ways of thinking. An introduction into creative careers and the art department, this course uses games, experimentation, research, and demonstrations to teach the components of the creative process, principles of leadership, and ways to engage the right side of the brain. The philosophies taught in this class are based on the creative works of Daniel Pink, Robert Fritz, and Peter Senge, among others. 110 21967

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0300PM

0500PM

TR

CLCNOR 212

Wakefield, S

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.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 112 21969

3 31-Aug-12 14-Dec-12

0100PM

0440PM

F

CLCNOR 218

Jennings, J

170 20961

3 27-Aug-12 5-Nov-12

0600PM

1000PM

M

CLCNOR 218

STAFF

MGD 112 ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR I – CRN 20962, CANCELLED MGD 116 TYPOGRAPHY I

Introduces the history and concepts of typography as applied to graphic communications. Explores appropriate use of typography in a variety of design applications, emphasizing the basic design principles of typographic compositions and typesetting. Covers type recognition and typographic terms.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of MGD 105 (grade C or higher). 110 22219

3 28-Aug-12 11-Dec-12

0900AM

1230PM

T

CLCNOR 218

Girard, A

MGD 133 GRAPHIC DESIGN I

Focuses upon the study of design layout and conceptual elements concerning graphic design projects such as posters, advertisements, logos, and brochures. 110 21970 3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 0930AM 1130AM MW CLCNOR 218

Girard, A

MGD 141 WEB DESIGN I

Introduces web site planning, design and creation using industry-standards-based web site development tools. Screen-based color theory, web aesthetics, use of graphics editors and intuitive interface design are explored.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of MGD 102 (grade C or higher). and successful completion of ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 171 21548

3 29-Aug-12 31-Oct-12

0600PM 1000PM

HYBRID

W

CLCNOR 217

Gonzales, V

MGD 143 MOTION GRAPHIC DESIGN I: ADOBE FLASH – CRN 20964, CANCELLED MGD 211 ADOBE PHOTOSHOP II – CRN 22221, CANCELLED MGD 223 GRAPHIC STORYTELLING I – CRN 21577, CANCELLED MGD 226 GRAPHIC STORYTELLING IV

Addresses the conceptualization and production of long-form graphic storytelling projects. Students will continue to refine their own personal artistic and narrative style while developing several concepts and finished excerpts of contemporary long form projects. Students will learn the basic structure of the contemporary long form comic market.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of MGD 225 (grade C or higher). 110 22223

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0930AM

1130AM

TR

CLCNOR 217

Peteranetz, J

MGD 235 WORD AND IMAGE 1: COMICS

Presents a selected overview of the origins and development of narrative illustration as it relates specifically to the genre of comics. Students will explore the fundamentals of developing and illustrating comics, encompassing single panel comics, and word + image based comics. 110 21064 3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 1230PM 0230PM MW CLCNOR 218 Ruelle, R

MGD 241 WEB DESIGN II

Expands on previously learned fundamentals of HTML introducing cascading style sheets, DHTML, JavaScripts and CGI forms. Color usage and interface design principles are emphasized in this course. In this course we'll examine Web sites that employ more complex structures, optimal site architecture and navigation necessary for larger and more complex sites.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of MGD 141. 170 20963

3 7-Nov-12

12-Dec-12 HYBRID

0600PM 1000PM

W

CLCNOR 217

Gonzales, V

MGD 256 GRAPHIC DESIGN PRODUCTION

Provides an opportunity to combine several draw and paint applications into one design and layout class. Students will explore advanced techniques in creating and designing computer art. CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


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Prerequisite: Successful completion of MGD 233 (grade C or higher) or Permission of the Department. 110 22225

3 30-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0200PM

0540PM

R

CLCNOR 218

INST Girard, A

MGD 134 DRAWING FOR ILLUSTRATORS

Covers fundamentals skills and theories of drawing and rendering line structure, form, value, texture, and composition. Application of drawing skills with various media for line quality as well as value and texture interpretations are also covered.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ART 121 (grade C or higher). 110 22220

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0600PM 0800PM

MW

CLCNOR 223

STAFF

PHO 232 PROFESSIONAL PORTRAITURE

This course instructs the student in technical and aesthetic aspects of studio and location portrait photography. Studio lighting techniques including lighting ratios, lighting styles, location lighting, fill flash, light modifiers for portraiture, metering, composition, equipment and posing. Career paths in the field of portraiture such as weddings, environment and studio portraits, and school portraits will be covered.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ART 139 (grade C or higher). 210 22393

3 28-Aug-12 11-Dec-12

0530PM 0900PM

T

CLCNOR 215

Wedlake, B

1 22-Sep-12 30-Sep-12

0900AM

FS

CLCNOR 217

STAFF

PHO 275 SPECIAL TOPICS: WORKSHOP 360 22299

0500PM

PHO 275, Section 360 - Commercial Photography. Working in the studio and the field, students will learn how to create pictures of people, buildings, and products for use in advertisements and magazines. Students must be familiar with and own a DSLR camera for this workshop. 361 22300

1 5-Oct-12

6-Oct-12

0900AM

0500PM

FS

CLCNOR 217

STAFF

PHO 275, Section 361 - Fashion and Editorial Photography. Get a taste of the exciting field of fashion and editorial photography, all in a three-day summer workshop. Students will be working with models in the studio environment, learning composition, posing, lighting, and much more! Students must be familiar with and own a DSLR camera for this workshop.

ASTRONOMY

Department Chair: Martha Jackson-Carter (303) 340-7120, Administrative Assistant: Pat Machledt (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.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of REA 060, ENG 060, and MAT 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 110 20024 111 20025

4 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 4 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0900AM 0100PM

1115AM 0315PM

160 20026 176 20027

4 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 4 4-Sep-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

0600PM 0815PM

MW TR

CCLA CCLA

311 311

Bell, S Bell, S

TR

CCLA

311

Mickle, R 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 REA 060, ENG 060, and MAT 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 110 20028 176 22125

4 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 4 4-Sep-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

0900AM

1115AM

TR

CCLA

311

Andersen, V Sessions, L

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE

Coordinator: Coordinator: Ana Martin-Mejia (303) 340-7567, Department Chair: Ruthanne Orihuela (303) 361-7391, Administrative Assistant: Mary Westendorf (303) 3617428

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 ENG 060 (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

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


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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. 110 20488

5 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0330PM

0545PM

TR

CCLA

207A

Randolph, G

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 22070

5 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0600PM 0815PM

MW

CFA

105

Hickey, N

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). 161 22182

5 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0600PM 0815PM

TR

CADM

202

Hickey, N

BIOLOGY & BIOTECHNOLOGY

Department Chair: Martha Jackson-Carter (303) 340-7120, Administrative Assistant: Pat Machledt (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.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of REA 060 and ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 110 20029 160 20030 176 20031

4 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 4 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 4 4-Sep-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

0900AM 1140AM 0600PM 0840PM

TR TR

CLCWES 205 CLCWES 205

STAFF Nicholas, P Harrell, J

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 REA 060 and ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. Course Note: This course will not meet the prerequisite requirement for BIO 201 - Human Anatomy and Physiology I with lab. 171 20032

4 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0900AM

1140AM

MW

CLCWES 212

Francis, B

172 20033 173 20034 176 20035

4 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 4 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 4 4-Sep-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

1230PM 0310PM 0600PM 0840PM

MW MW

CLCWES 212 CLCWES 212

Lacy, E Lacy, E Stephens, K

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 REA 060 and ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course.

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

110 20036 111 20037

5 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 5 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0900AM 0100PM

1205PM 0405PM

MW MW

CLCWES 207 CLCWES 207

Dillon, T Hattar, R

112 20038 113 20039 114 23377

5 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 5 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 5 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0900AM 0100PM 0100PM

1205PM 0405PM 0405PM

TR TR MW

CLCWES 207 CLCWES 207 CLCWES 205

Haines, C Hattar, R Butterworth, C

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN

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CAMPUS LOC

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INST

115 23400 160 20040

5 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 5 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0100PM 0405PM 0600PM 0905PM

TR MW

CLCWES 205 CLCWES 207

STAFF Butterworth, C

161 20041 S10 22227 S11 22228

5 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 5 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 5 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0600PM 0905PM 0830AM 1230PM 0830AM 1230PM

TR MW TR

CLCWES 207 CLCWES 214 CLCWES 211

Yeager, M Harrell, J Harrell, J

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.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of BIO 111 (grade C or higher). Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 310 20042

5 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0900AM

1205PM

MW

CLCWES 205

Hattar, R

BIO 116 INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN DISEASE (GT: SC2)

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 ENG 060 and REA 060 (grade C or higher). Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. This is the first of the three credit courses being created now that the A.A. degree only requires seven credits of science, one with lab and one without a lab. This class will fulfill the without lab requirement. 176 22231

3 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

Ochreiter, J

BIO 143 ECOLOGY OF COLORADO – CRN 22346, CANCELLED 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. 110 20043 111 20044 112 20045

4 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 4 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 4 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0900AM 0130PM 0900AM

1140AM 0410PM 1140AM

MW MW TR

CLCWES 202 CLCWES 202 CLCWES 202

Munro, L Murzyn, J Munro, L

160 20046 161 20047 N13 21810

4 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 4 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 4 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM 0600PM 0840PM 0900AM 1140AM

MW TR TR

CLCWES 202 CLCWES 202 CLCWES 204

Murzyn, J STAFF Ronnebaum, R

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 20048 311 20049 360 20050

4 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 4 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 4 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0930AM 1210PM 0130PM 0410PM 0600PM 0840PM

MW MW TR

CLCWES 204 CLCWES 204 CLCWES 204

Murzyn, J Francis, B STAFF

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 20051 311 20732

4 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 4 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0930AM 0100PM

1210PM 0340PM

360 20052 N12 21809

4 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 4 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM 0900AM 1140AM

TR TR

CLCWES 213 CLCWES 213

Dillon, T Dillon, T

TR MW

CLCWES 213 CLCWES 213

STAFF STAFF

BIO 216 HUMAN PATHOPHYSIOLOGY CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


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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). 310 21832 360 21573

4 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 4 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0900AM 1115AM 0600PM 0815PM

TR MW

CLCWES 214 CLCWES 214

Francis, B Ochreiter, J

BIO 268 CELL BIOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY

Provides an introduction to research in cell biology. Student performs hands-on laboratory techniques to include cell isolation and culture, subcellular fractionation, protein isolation, protein and enzyme assays, electrophoresis and various monoclonal-antibody techniques. Is part of the Biotechnology Program Professional/Vocational Core.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of BIO 111 AND CHE 111 (grade C or higher) or permission of the Department Chair. 160 20053

4 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM

MW

CLCSIM 121

Mant, C

BUSINESS

Department Chair: Tamra Schmitt (303) 340-7328, Administrative Assistant: Veronica Russell (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.

Course Note: Hybrid courses combine online courses with face-to-face meetings with the instructor and classmates. Some work is completed online, and the remainder of the work is completed through the scheduled meeting times. Unless otherwise stated by the instructor or cleared through the instructor, attendance in class is required on the scheduled meeting dates. 110 20054 111 20055 112 23513

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 3 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0930AM 1200PM 0930AM

1045AM 0240PM 1045AM

TR W TR

CLCWES 219 CLCWES 219 CLCWES 115

Ross, R STAFF Costanzo, J

113 23514 173 21936

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 3 30-Aug-12 11-Oct-12 HYBRID

0930AM 1045AM 0600PM 0840PM

TR R

CLCWES 200 CLCWES 216

Todd, G STAFF

175 21935

3 23-Oct-12

11-Dec-12 HYBRID

0600PM 0840PM

T

CLCWES 200

STAFF

176 20056

3 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

STAFF

179 22056

3 21-Oct-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

STAFF

BUS 118 BUSINESS SURVIVAL SKILLS

Provides an overall perspective for the student to understand the current domestic and world business environment and how the student as an employee fits into that environment. Roles and responsibilities of the business and the employees will be studied especially as they relate to alternatives for increasing positive impact in the workplace. The focus will be on practical skills application. Course Note: This course replaces MAN 285 and MAN 287

Prerequisite: Successful completion of REA 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 176 22026

3 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

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 REA 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. 110 20057 140 21937

3 27-Aug-12 10-Dec-12 3 27-Aug-12 10-Dec-12

176 20058

3 4-Sep-12

0830AM 1110AM 0600PM 0840PM

M M

CLCWES 219 CLCWES 218

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

Manaton, M Manaton, M Manaton, M

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 ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. Course Note: Hybrid courses combine online courses with face-to-face meetings with the instructor and classmates. Some work is completed online, and the remainder of the work is completed through the scheduled meeting times. Unless otherwise stated by the instructor or cleared through the instructor, attendance in class is required on the scheduled meeting dates. CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN 311 20059 340 21938

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TIMES

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CAMPUS LOC

RM

INST

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 3 27-Aug-12 10-Dec-12

0800AM 0915AM 0600PM 0840PM

TR M

CLCWES 219 CLCWES 200

STAFF STAFF

341 22087

3 18-Oct-12

13-Dec-12 HYBRID

0600PM 0840PM

R

CLCWES 219

STAFF

376 20060

3 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

STAFF

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 MAT 099 (grade C or higher) and successful completion of REA 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 340 21939 360 20061

3 27-Aug-12 10-Dec-12 3 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0900AM 1140AM 0600PM 0840PM

M W

CLCWES 101 CLCWES 219

Karras, V Karras, V

CHEMISTRY

Department Chair: Martha Jackson-Carter (303) 340-7120, Administrative Assistant: Pat Machledt (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.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of MAT 090 or above (grade C or higher). Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 310 311 312 360

20070 21834 22232 20071

5 5 5 5

27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12

12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12

0930AM 1210PM 0100PM 0340PM 0100PM 0340PM 0600PM 0840PM

MW TR MW TR

CLCSIM CLCWES CLCWES CLCWES

149L Hays, T 211 Kobriger-Steffey, L 211 STAFF 211 Hoenigman, R

CHE 111 GENERAL COLLEGE CHEMISTRY I WITH LAB (GT: SC1)

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 099 (grade C or higher). Co-requisite: MAT 121 (if not previously completed). Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 310 20072 360 20073

5 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 5 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0100PM 0405PM 0600PM 0905PM

TR TR

CLCSIM 149L Jackson, M CLCSIM 149L 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 20074

5 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0100PM

0405PM

MW

CLCSIM 149L

Hays, T

CHE 211 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I WITH LAB

Focuses on compounds associated with the element carbon including structure and reactions of aliphatic hydrocarbons and selected functional group families. The course covers nomenclature of organic compounds, stereo chemistry, and reaction mechanisms such as SN1, SN2, E1, and E2. Laboratory experiments demonstrate the above concepts plus the laboratory techniques associated with organic chemistry.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CHE 112 (grade C or higher). 310 20075

5 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0900AM

1205PM

TR

CLCSIM 149L

Jackson, M

CHINESE

Coordinator: Ana Martin-Mejia (303) 340-7567, Department Chair: Ruthanne Orihuela (303) 361-7391, Administrative Assistant, Mary Westendorf (303) 361-7428

CHI 111 CHINESE LANGUAGE I CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


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CR DATES

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Focuses on the development of functional proficiency in listening, speaking, reading and writing the Chinese language. Note: The order of the topics and methodology varies according to individual texts and instructors.

Prerequisite: Successful completion on ENG 060 and REA 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 161 22351

5 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0600PM 0815PM

MW

CCLA

314

STAFF

CHI 112 CHINESE LANGUAGE II – CRNs 23364 AND 23365, CANCELLED CHI 275 SPECIAL TOPICS: CHINESE CULTURE, CRN 22353 - CANCELLED

COMMUNICATION

Department Chair: Scott Reichel (303) 361-7406, Administrative Assistant: Amie Thompson (303) 361-7369

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 ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 110 111 112 113

21606 21607 20721 21610

3 3 3 3

27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 27-Aug-12

12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 12-Dec-12

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0915AM 0915AM 1045AM 1045AM

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CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

114 102 102 107

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

114 115 116 117 118

20722 20930 20723 20724 21837

3 3 3 3 3

27-Aug-12 2-Oct-12 28-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12

12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12

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1215PM 0135PM 0145PM 0315PM 0445PM

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119 140 141 142

23490 21608 21609 22241

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12-DEC-12 10-Dec-12 11-Dec-12 12-Dec-12

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0900AM

S

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STAFF

180 20725

3 1-Sep-12

1140AM

COM 125 INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION

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 ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 110 21611

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0800AM

0915AM

MW

CLCWES 218

STAFF

111 112 114 140

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0930AM 1045AM 0930AM 1045AM 0200PM 0315PM 0600PM 0840PM

MW TR TR T

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311

STAFF STAFF

20726 20727 21612 21614

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12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 11-Dec-12

141 21615 176 20729

3 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 4-Sep-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

177 20730

3 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

STAFF

178 20876

3 1-Oct-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

STAFF

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 ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. 110 22243

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0930AM

1045AM

TR

CCLA

209

STAFF

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. CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN 181 20931

CR DATES 1 8-Sep-12

TIMES 15-Sep-12

0830AM

0425PM

DAY

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S

CCLA

RM 106

INST STAFF

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 20932

1 22-Sep-12 29-Sep-12

0830AM

0425PM

S

CCLA

106

STAFF

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 22254 1 13-Oct-12 20-Oct-12 0830AM 0425PM S CCLA 106 STAFF

COM 266 DECISION MAKING

Focuses on increasing understanding of personal and professional decision-making strategies. Covers a variety of decision-making strategies. 181 20933

1 3-Nov-12

10-Nov-12

0830AM

0425PM

S

CCLA

312

STAFF

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

Department Chair, Robert Woods (303) 360-4916, Administrative Assistant: Veronica Russell (303) 340-7240

BTE 100 COMPUTER KEYBOARDING

Designed for students who have minimal or no keyboarding skills. Introduces the touch method of keyboarding as well as basic operation and functions of the equipment. Emphasizes learning the alphanumeric keyboard, proper technique, and speed control.

Corequisite: BTE 111. This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

BTE 111 KEYBOARD SPEED BUILDING

Designed to increase speed and improve accuracy in keyboarding on the PC through the use of correct techniques and concentrated effort.

Corequisite: BTE 100. This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

BTE 225 OFFICE MANAGEMENT

Emphasis is placed on functions of the office. Includes office organization, work in the office, office layout, equipment and supplies, procurement and control, work flow, forms design, record storage and retrieval systems, personnel administration and problems, and government control.

This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

CIS 103 LEARNING WINDOWS

Provides foundational skills in Windows operating system for personal use. This course is designed for the more mature learner and/or those students who wish to advance at a slower pace.

This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

CIS 105 LEARNING EMAIL & THE INTERNET

Provides foundational skills in email and Internet applications for personal use. This course is designed for the more mature learner and/or the student who wishes to advance at a slower pace.

This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

CIS 106 LEARNING MS WORD

Provides foundational skills in Microsoft Word for personal use. This course is designed for the more mature learner and/or the student who wishes to advance at a slower pace.

This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

CIS 108 LEARNING MS EXCEL

Provides foundational skills in Microsoft Excel for employment/personal development. This course is designed for the more mature learner and/or those students who wish to advance at a slower pace. CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC

RM

INST

This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

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. 310 20064 3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 1030AM 1145AM TR CLCWES 109 Davies, G 311 21896 3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 0800AM 0915AM TR CLCWES 200 Davies, G 312 22267 3 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 0900AM 1140AM W CLCWES 200 Seiden, C 360 20065 3 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 0600PM 0840PM W CLCWES 107 Sosebee, M 371 20889

3 27-Aug-12 15-Oct-12

HYBRID

0600PM 0940PM

M

CLCWES 109

372 21897

3 22-Oct-12

10-Dec-12 HYBRID

0600PM 0940PM

M

CLCWES 109

376 20063

3 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

377 22091

3 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

380 20754

3 1-Sep-12

15-Dec-12

Cape, C Cape, C Adamson, K Sosebee, M

0800AM

1040AM

S

CLCWES 200

Desportes, S

This course is also taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

CIS 120 TECHNOLOGY FOR CAREER DEVELOPMENT

Prepare students to actively pursue a career path. This course will emphasize awareness of career opportunities through the use of career assessment tools, academic advising and career professionals. It will provide students with skills assessment tools, professional development activities, and information for creating and maintaining an electronic career portfolio.

This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

CIS 124 INTRODUCTION TO OPERATING SYSTEMS – CRN 20966, CANCELLED CIS 128 WINDOWS COMPLETE

Introduces the functions and capabilities of Microsoft Windows. Includes configuring and modifying the operating system environment. 110 20066 3 31-Aug-12 14-Dec-12 0800AM 1040AM F 160 20067 3 30-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 0600PM 0840PM R

CLCWES 100 CLCWES 100

Welschmeyer, D Murphy, G

This course is also taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

CIS 129 ADVANCED WINDOWS

Introduces the more advanced concepts of the Windows operating system. Topics include resource management, interactive booting, opening DOS sessions, customizing desktop properties, navigating folders, installing and uninstalling software, multitasking, task switching, disk optimization, troubleshooting tools, evaluating system performance, software installation, and use of the Windows Registry.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CIS 128 (grade C or higher) or department approval. This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

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.

This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

CIS 140 MICROSOFT OUTLOOK

Introduces the functions used in Microsoft Outlook including e-mail messages, calendar, contacts, tasks, journals, and notes.

This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

CIS 141 PC DATABASES I (ACCESS)

Introduces the student to the functions of a database using selected software. It includes skills such as file creation, searches, sorts, simple editing, and indexes.

This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner. CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

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CAMPUS LOC

RM

INST

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.

This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

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.

This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

CIS 161 PRESENTATION GRAPHICS (POWER POINT)

Introduces the development of presentation graphics materials including graphs, charts, illustrations, and diagrams. Emphasizes effective communication.

This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

CIS 162 PRESENTATION GRAPHICS II (POWER POINT)

Focuses on delivery and integration of presentation software. Students will learn to rehearse, modify, and deliver their presentations. Emphasizes the integration features of the software as students learn how to share presentations, how to work together on development of presentations, and how to integrate their presentations with other programs.

This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

CIS 165 COMPLETE PRESENTATION GRAPHICS (POWER POINT)

Focuses on the development of presentation graphics materials including graphs, charts, illustrations, and diagrams. Emphasizes effective communication through computerized presentations. Covers features of the software and effective presentation techniques.

This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

CIS 218 ADVANCED PC APPLICATIONS

Covers the advanced capabilities of a PC software applications suite. Emphasizes solving business problems by integrating data from all of the software applications that facilitate production of useful information. Printed documents, reports, slides, and forms are produced to communicate information.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CIS 118 (grade C or higher) or department approval. This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

CIS 220 FUNDAMENTALS OF UNIX

Covers the structure and fundamentals of the UNIX operating system. Includes the files system and file processing, various utility programs, and shell multi-user operation, text processing, and communications.

This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

CIS 222 UNIX SYSTEM ADMINISTRATION

Introduces the UNIX/Linux operating system and covers the skills required to install, configure, and operate a UNIX/Linux system.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CIS 232 (grade C or higher) or department approval. 276 22110

3 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

Woods, R

CIS 232 UNIX SHELL PROGRAMMING

Covers simple scripts to automate frequently executed commands followed by an explanation of adding conditional logic, user interaction, loops, menus, traps and functions to enhance the productivity and effectiveness of the user. In addition, students explore in detail Bourne and Korn shell scripting languages.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CIS 220 (grade C or higher). This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

CIS 244 SQL PL/SQL

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

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CAMPUS LOC

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INST

Provides a detailed introduction to the Structured Query Language (SQL) as used in modern relational database systems. Students will develop skills in storing, retrieving, and manipulating data using SQL as well as in defining database objects using the portion of SQL known as the Data Definition Language (DDL). Also provides a detailed introduction to the PL/SQL programming language integral to some widely-used relational database systems such as Oracle. Students will learn to create and maintain blocks of PL/SQL code that are used and shared by multiple forms, reports, and program libraries. Users will learn to implement database triggers and other coded structures applicable to client/server databases.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CIS 251 (grade C or higher). This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

CIS 251 INTRODUCTION TO STRUCTURE QUERY LANGUAGE (SQL)

Introduces students to ANSI SQL which is the basis for most other Structured Query Languages. Students learn to query and update data, create tables and views, use indexes, secure data, develop stored procedures and triggers learned object relational concepts, and develop applications with embedded SQL and ODBC.

This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

CIS 263 PC HELP DESK SKILLS

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

This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

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.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores and successful completion of CIS 128, CNG 101 (grade C or higher). One programming language should be taken in the final semester. 176 21825

3 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

Lesko, G

COMPUTER NETWORKING

Department Chair: Robert Woods (303) 360-4916, Administrative Assistant: Veronica Russell (303) 340-7240

CNG 101 INTRODUCTION TO NETWORKING

Focuses on underlying concepts of data communications, telecommunications, and networking. Emphasizes the terminology and technologies in current networking environments and provides a general overview of networking as a basis for continued study in the field. 310 21983 3 27-Aug-12 10-Dec-12 0600PM 0840PM M CLCWES 107 Kessler, S 376 20076 3 4-Sep-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE Lesko, G

CNG 121 COMPUTER TECHNICIAN I A+

Provides students with an in-depth look at personal computer hardware, introduces O.S. features and security concepts, and covers interpersonal skills, 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 CompTIA A+ Essentials Exam.

Corequisite: CNG 122 240 20976

4 18-Oct-12

13-Dec-12

0600PM 0940PM

TR

CLCWES 113

Vianzon, F

CNG 122 COMPUTER TECHNICIAN II A+

Provides students with an in-depth look at Operating System support, maintenance, and troubleshooting, and an overview of hardware, 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 Windows 2000 and/or XP, including using common GUI and command line tools, registry editing, System backup and Recovery, Networking, and O.S. Troubleshooting. This course helps prepare you for the CompTIA A+ 602 Exam.

Corequisite: CNG 121 240 20977

4 28-Aug-12 16-Oct-12

0600PM 0940PM

TR

CLCWES 113

Vianzon, F

CNG 124 NETWORKING I: NETWORK +

Provides students with the knowledge necessary to understand, identify, and perform necessary tasks involved in supporting a network. Covers the vendor-independent networking skills and concepts that affect all aspects of networking such as installing and configuring the TCP/IP. This course also prepares students for the Networking II: Network+ course. 240 22271 3 1-Sep-12 15-Dec-12 0900AM 1140AM S CLCWES 100 Vianzon, F CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


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CR DATES

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CAMPUS LOC

RM

INST

CNG 130 PC TECHNOLOGY

Provides students with an introduction to microcomputer technology as it pertains to IBM-compatible personal computers. 160 20077 3 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 0600PM 0840PM

W

CLCWES 113

Peralta, E

CNG 131 NETWORK SECURITY FUNDAMENTALS

Delivers a comprehensive overview of network security, including general security concepts. Communication Security is studied, including remote access, e-mail, the Web, directory and file transfer, and wireless data. Common network attacks are introduced. Cryptography basics are incorporated, and operational/organizational security is discussed as it relates to physical security, disaster recovery, and business continuity. Computer forensics is introduced. 171 20755 3 30-Aug-12 6-Dec-12 HYBRID 0600PM 0840PM R CLCWES 107 Clements, W

Class meets 30-Aug-12, 6-Sep-12, 20-Sep-12, 4-Oct-12, 18-Oct-12, 1-Nov-12, 15-Nov-12, and 6-Dec-12

CNG 132 PRINCIPLES OF INFORMATION SECURITY

Examines the field of information security to prepare information systems students for their future roles as business decision-makers. Presents a balance of the managerial and the technical aspects of information security. The concepts covered should be helpful for students working towards the Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) certification. 171 22272 3 30-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 HYBRID 0600PM 0840PM R CLCWES 107 Clements, W

Class meets 30-Aug-12, 13-Sep-12, 27-Sep-12, 11-Oct-12, 25-Oct-12, 8-Nov-12, 29-Nov-12, and 13-Dec-12

CNG 133 FIRE WALLS/NETWORK SECURITY

Teaches students the basics of network firewall security. It covers basic installation techniques, discusses how to make an intelligent choice of firewall technology, and presents basic firewall troubleshooting. 171 22274 3 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 HYBRID 0600PM 0840PM W CLCWES 107 STAFF

Class meets 29-Aug-12, 12-Sep-12, 26-Sep-12, 10-Oct-12, 24-Oct-12, 7-Nov-12, 28-Nov-12, 12-Dec-12

CNG 136 GUIDE TO DISASTER RECOVERY

Presents methods to identify vulnerabilities and take appropriate countermeasures to prevent and mitigate failure risks for an organization. It will take an enterprise-wide approach to developing a disaster recovery plan. 171 22275 3 29-Aug-12 5-Dec-12 HYBRID 0600PM 0840PM W CLCWES 107 STAFF

Class meets 29-Aug-12, 5-Sep-12, 19-Sep-12, 3-Oct-12, 17-Oct-12, 31-Oct-12, 14-Nov-12, and 5-Dec-12

CNG 258 COMPUTER FORENSICS

Exposes the student to the field of Computer Forensics and investigation. Provides the student with methods to properly conduct a computer forensics investigation beginning with a discussion of ethics. Topics covered include fundamental concepts, history of computer forensics, file structures, data recovery techniques, computer forensic tools and analysis. The curriculum and objectives map to the International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists (IACIS) certification.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of CNG 131 (grade C or higher) or Approval of the Department. 360 22277

4 28-Aug-12 11-Dec-12

0600PM 0940PM

T

CLCWES 109

Woods, R

CLCWES 100

Sison, T

CNG 260 CISCO NETWORK ASSOCIATE I

Introduces network fundamentals, the OSI model and industry standards, IP addressing (subnet masks) and basic network design. 371 21753 5 27-Aug-12 15-Oct-12 0600PM 0940PM MW

CNG 261 CISCO NETWORK ASSOCIATE II

Focuses on router theory and technologies, including router configurations, protocols, network management and introductory LAN switching.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CNG 260 (grade C or higher) 371 22281

5 22-Oct-12

12-Dec-12

Sison, T

CNG 262 CISCO NETWORK ASSOCIATE III

Focuses on advanced routing and switching configurations, LAN switching, network management and advanced network design.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CNG 261 (grade C or higher) 371 21905

5 28-Aug-12 16-Oct-12

0600PM 0940PM

TR

CLCWES 100

Muench, W

CNG 263 CISCO NETWORK ASSOCIATE IV

Focuses on project-based learning, including advanced network design projects and advanced management projects. This course and CNG 260, 261 and 262 prepare students for the CISCO Certified Network Associate (CCCNA) certification exam.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CNG 262 (grade C or higher) 371 22282

5 18-Oct-12

13-Dec-12

0600PM 0940PM

TR

CLCWES 100

Muench, W

COMPUTER SCIENCE

Department Chair: Robert Woods (303) 360-4916, Administrative Assistant: Veronica Russell (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

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC

RM

INST

CSC 116 LOGIC AND PROGRAM DESIGN

Introduces computer program design using concepts of structured programming and logic. Includes pseudocode, flowcharts, and structure charts. Covers variables, data types, control structures, looping, program breaks, and arrays.

Course Note: Open Entry classes are online courses (section numbers 9xx), where the student selects a start date independent of semester constraints. Students may proceed with readings and assignments at their own pace and must finish all course content by selected end date. Times and dates listed in the schedule are lab times where instructors are available to students for individual consultation, on a walk-in basis. 110 20718 277 22090

3 30-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 3 4-Sep-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

0900AM

1140AM

R

CLCWES 200

Weidner, T Weidner, T

340 20756

3 30-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM

R

CLCWES 200

Weidner, T

This course is also taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

CSC 154 INTRODUCTION TO MS VISUAL BASIC.NET

Provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to develop applications in Microsoft Visual Basic.NET for the Microsoft .NET platform. Focuses on user interfaces, program structure, language syntax, and implementation details. This is the first course in the Visual Basic.NET curriculum and serves as the entry point for other .NET courses.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CSC 116 (grade C or higher). This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

CSC 236 C# PROGRAMMING

Introduces the C# programming language. Covers all syntactical components of the language, including arrays, structures, functions, and classes. Content will focus on writing clear, properly structured, and well-documented programs using C# and object-oriented methodology.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CSC 116 (grade C or higher). 110 22465

4 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0100PM

0440PM

W

CLCWES 200

Weidner, T

This course is also taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

CSC 157 ADVANCED VISUAL BASIC.NET PROGRAMMING

Continues the structured algorithm development and problem solving techniques begun in CSC 154. Students are introduced to more advanced features of the Visual Basic.NET programming language. This course will explore the relationships between the Visual Basic.NET and the .NET framework and introduces some important .NET services. We will introduce students to collections, copying and comparing objects, and how the .NET framework interfaces to XML. Content will focus on writing clear, properly structured, and well-documented programs using Visual Basic.NET and object oriented methodology.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CSC 154 (grade C or higher). This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

CSC 160 COMPUTER SCIENCE I: C++

Introduces students to the discipline of computer science. Covers algorithm development, data representation, logical expressions, sub-programs, and input/output operations using a structured programming language. Requires intensive lab work outside of class time.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CSC 116 (grade C or higher). This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

CSC 161 COMPUTER SCIENCE II: C++

Continues the structured algorithm development and problem solving techniques begun in Computer Science I. Enables students to gain experience in the use of data structures and design of larger software projects. Requires intensive computer laboratory experience.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CSC 160 (grade C or higher). This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

CSC 225 COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE/ASSEMBLY LANGUAGE PROGRAMMING

Introduces concepts of computer architecture, functional logic, design and computer arithmetic. Focuses on the mechanics of information transfer and control within a computer system. Includes symbolic programming techniques, implementing high-level control structures, addressing modes and their relation to arrays, subprograms, parameters, linkage to high-level languages and the assembly process.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CSC 160 and CSC 240 (grade C or higher) CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


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This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

CSC 230 "C" PROGRAMMING

Introduces C programming language - a "mid-level" language whose economy of expression and data manipulation features allow a programmer to deal with the computer at a "low level."

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CSC 116 (grade C or higher). This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

CSC 231 ADVANCED "C" PROGRAMMING

Continues the study of C begun in CSC 230. Includes pointers, arrays, linked lists, stacks and queues, trees, and advanced user interfaces such as menus, windows, and cursor control.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CSC 230 (grade C or higher). This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

CSC 236 C# PROGRAMMING

Introduces the C# programming language. Covers all syntactical components of the language, including arrays, structures, functions, and classes. Content will focus on writing clear, properly structured, and well-documented programs using C# and object-oriented methodology.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CSC 116 (grade C or higher). 110 22465

4 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

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0440PM

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CLCWES 200

Weidner, T

This course is also taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

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 (grade C or higher). This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

CSC 240 JAVA PROGRAMMING

Introduces Java programming language and covers basic graphics, events/procedures, user interface, and libraries. Enables students to write and execute a variety of Java programs. Incorporates Java applets into HTML.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CSC 116 (grade C or higher). This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

CSC 241 ADVANCED JAVA PROGRAMMING

Continues the study of the Java programming language. Covers advanced programming topics, including multi-threading, network/Internet programming, database programming, and JavaBeans. Enables students to write advanced, large, and complex programs.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CSC 240 (grade C or higher). This course is taught in a self-paced format. For a complete list of these classes, which start each Monday, please refer to the course listings in Self Service Banner.

CSC 253 MS ASP.NET WEB APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT – CRN 22466, CANCELLED

COMPUTER WEB BASED

Department Chair: Robert Woods (303) 360-4916, Administrative Assistant: Veronica Russell (303) 340-7240

CWB 110 COMPLETE WEB AUTHORING (HTML 5)

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. 171 20080 3 27-Aug-12 10-Dec-12 HYBRID 0600PM 0840PM M CLCWES 113 Weidner, T

Class meets 27-Aug-12, 17-Sep-12, 01-Oct-12, 15-Oct-12, 29-Oct-12, 12-Nov-12, 26-Nov-12, and 10-Dec-12

CWB 205 COMPLETE WEB SCRIPTING - JAVA SCRIPT WITH J QUERY – CRN 20081, CANCELLED CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


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CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Department Chair: Michael Carter (303) 340-7211, Program Coordinator: Margaret Ann Uchner (303) 340-7254, Administrative Assistant: Stephanie Agner: (303) 340-7076

CRJ 110 INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE

Introduces a study of the agencies and processes involved in the criminal justice system: the legislature, the police, the prosecutor, the public defender, the courts, and corrections. Includes an analysis of the roles and problems of the criminal justice system in a democratic society, with an emphasis upon inter-component relations and checks and balances.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 090 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores or Permission of the Program Coordinator. 110 20083 160 20084 176 20085

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 27-Aug-12 10-Dec-12 3 4-Sep-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

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CLCSIM 146 CLCSIM 102

Kopylov, J Tilger, A Tilger, A

CRJ 125 LAW ENFORCEMENT OPERATIONS

Examines the complexity and multi-dimensional aspects of the law enforcement role and career; law enforcement discretion; law enforcement values and culture in modern America. Covers the role and functions of law enforcement in occupational, social, racial and ethnic, political and organizational context.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 090 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores or Permission of the Program Coordinator. 110 20986

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

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0800AM

0915AM

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CLCSIM 146

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

Redfearn, S Stewart, E

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 criminalistic procedures. Covers interviewing suspects, witnesses, and victims including the recording of identifications and descriptions.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 090 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores or Permission of the Program Coordinator. 160 22127

3 28-Aug-12 11-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM

T

CLCSIM 133

Dufour, T

CRJ 135 JUDICIAL FUNCTION – CRN 20087, CANCELLED CRJ 145 CORRECTIONAL PROCESS

Focuses on the post-conviction corrections process: the development of a correctional philosophy, theory, and practice; a description of institutional operation, programming, and management; and community-based corrections, probation, and parole.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 090 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores or Permission of the Program Coordinator. 110 20733 176 22352

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 4-Sep-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

0800AM

0915AM

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CLCSIM 146

Kopylov, J Hunter, C

CRJ 205 PRINCIPLES OF CRIMINAL LAW

Focuses on common law and statutory law crimes, the Model Penal Code, elements defining crimes and penalties, defenses to criminal accusations, and definitions and distinctions between criminal and civil law.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CRJ 110 (grade C or higher) or Permission of Program Coordinator. 110 21578

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

1100AM

1215PM

TR

CLCSIM 146

Uchner, M

CRJ 210 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

Focuses on the powers of government as they are allocated and defined by the United States Constitution. Includes intensive analysis of United States Supreme Court decisions.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CRJ 110 (grade C or higher) or Permission of Program Coordinator. 110 20988 176 21579

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 4-Sep-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

1100AM

1215PM

MW

CLCSIM 146

STAFF Tilger, A

CRJ 220 HUMAN RELATIONS AND SOCIAL CONFLICTS

Highlights the environmental, organizational, and socio-psychological dimensions of social control. Includes the study of individual attitudes, beliefs, and behavior involved in role conflicts, community relations, and conflict management in the social structure.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CRJ 110 (grade C or higher) or Permission of Program Coordinator. CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


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110 22128 160 20088

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 3 28-Aug-12 11-Dec-12

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16-Dec-12 ONLINE

INST STAFF D'Agosta, J Stewart, E

CRJ 230 CRIMINOLOGY – CRN 20089, CANCELLED CRJ 236 CRJ RESEARCH METHODS

Introduces and applies methods for criminal justice and criminology with an emphasis on the scientific method and the role of empirical inquiry into criminal justice and criminology. This course will include the study of methodologies of data collection and analysis, the logic of research, the role of theory, measurement, sampling and research designs. Field research and the professional norms and ethics of criminal justice and criminology research will also be covered.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of CRJ 110 (grade C or higher) or Permission of Program Coordinator. 160 21846

3 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM

W

CLCSIM 120

Piel, C

DANCE

Department Chair: Ruthanne Orihuela (303) 361-7391, Administrative Assistant, Mary Westendorf (303) 361-7428

DAN 105 HIP HOP DANCE I

Consists of basic traditional jazz and ballet movements. Warm-up exercises will include body toning and stretching. Students will learn diagonal step combinations leading to hip-hop dance routines. 111 20914 1 30-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 1230PM 0220PM R CFA 104 STAFF

DAN 117 SALSA

Introduces the beginning dancer to popular Salsa steps and dance combinations. This course includes basic partnering concepts and techniques. Dancers will explore rhythm, proper body alignment and music recognition. A partner is not required for this course. 161 21751 1 30-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 0600PM 0750PM R CFA 104 STAFF

DAN 118 SALSA II

Continues Salsa I with an increased knowledge of Salsa dance. This course focuses on Salsa dancing in groups of couples with frequent partner exchanges. Dancers learn a more in-depth study of Salsa dance concepts and techniques. A partner is not required for this course. 161 21752 1 30-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 0600PM 0750PM R CFA 104 STAFF

DAN 275 SPECIAL TOPICS: AFROCARIBE DANCE

Provides students with a vehicle to pursue in depth exploration of special topics of interest. 161 22184 1 28-Aug-12 11-Dec-12

0600PM 0750PM

T

CFA

104

STAFF

PED 147 YOGA

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 20915 1 31-Aug-12 14-Dec-12 1200PM 1250PM F CFA 104 STAFF 112 22025 1 31-Aug-12 14-Dec-12 0100PM 0150PM F CFA 104 STAFF 113 23566 1 30-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 1230PM 0120PM T CLCCFS 121 Doak, E

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

Department Chair: Natasha Turner (303) 340-7564, Administrative Assistant: Amie Thompson (303) 361-7369

ECE 101 INTRODUCTION TO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

Provides an introduction to Early Childhood Education. Includes the eight key areas of professional knowledge: Child Growth and Development; Health, Nutrition & Safety; Developmentally Appropriate Practices; Guidance; Family & Community Relationships; Diversity; Professionalism; and Administration and Supervision. Focuses on ages birth through age eight.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 340 21619 376 21618

3 27-Aug-12 10-Dec-12 3 4-Sep-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

0600PM 0840PM

M

CCLA

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STAFF STAFF

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3 1-Sep-12

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15-Dec-12

1205PM

ECE 102 INTRODUCTION TO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION LAB TECHNIQUES

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

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 060 (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

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN 360 20090 376 21621

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TIMES

3 28-Aug-12 11-Dec-12 3 4-Sep-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

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INST STAFF STAFF

ECE 103 GUIDANCE STRATEGIES FOR CHILDREN

Explores guidance theories, applications, goals, techniques, and factors that influence expectations, classroom management issues, and prosocial skills. Focuses on ages birth through age eight.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 360 20091 376 21620

3 28-Aug-12 11-Dec-12 3 4-Sep-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

0600PM 0840PM

T

CCLA

112

STAFF STAFF

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 ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 381 21855

3 1-Sep-12

15-Dec-12

0900AM

1145AM

S

CCLA

107

STAFF

ECE 205 NUTRITION, HEALTH, AND SAFETY

Focuses on nutrition, health, and safety as key factors for optimal growth and development of young children. Includes nutrient knowledge, menu planning, food program participation, health practices, management and safety, appropriate activities, and communication with families. Focuses on ages from prenatal through age eight.

Prerequisite or Co-requisite: Successful completion of ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. 340 21204

3 28-Aug-12 11-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM

T

CCLA

106

STAFF

ECE 220 CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT: METHODS AND TECHNIQUES

Provides an overview of early childhood curriculum development. Includes processes for planning and implementing developmentally appropriate environments, materials and experiences, and quality in early childhood programs. (Offered in the fall only).

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ECE 101 (grade C or higher). 360 20092

3 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM

W

CCLA

209

STAFF

ECE 240 ADMINISTRATION OF EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE AND EDUCATION PROGRAMS

Examines Colorado's minimal licensing requirements, as well as optimal standards pertaining to the operation of programs for young children. Focuses on the director's administrative skills and role as a community advocate for young children. Focuses on ages birth through age twelve. (Offered in Fall and Summer only).

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. 360 20093

3 30-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM

R

CCLA

212

STAFF

ECE 260 THE EXCEPTIONAL CHILD

Presents an overview of typical and atypical developmental progression. Includes planning techniques, learning strategies, legal requirements, accommodations and adaptations that are necessary in order to create an integrated classroom environment for children with a wide range of exceptionalities. Focuses on ages birth through age eight.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of PSY 238 (grade C or higher) and ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. 360 20094

3 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM

W

CLCSIM 121

STAFF

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 20095

3 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

STAFF

ECONOMICS

Department Chair: Tamra Schmitt (303) 340-7328, Administrative Assistant: Veronica Russell (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 ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score and successful completion of MAT 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 110 20096 CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0800AM

0915AM

MW

CLCNOR 216

STAFF

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


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DAY

111 20097 112 20098

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0930AM 1100AM

113 140 160 176

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1230PM 0145PM 0600PM 0840PM 0600PM 0840PM

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CLCWES 218 CCLA 314 CCLA 107

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

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 ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score and successful completion of MAT 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 110 111 112 140 160

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CCLA CCLA CLCWES CCLA CLCWES

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

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EDUCATION

Department Chair: Natasha Turner (303) 340-7564, Administrative Assistant: Amie Thompson (303) 361-7369

EDU 132 PLANNING, ORGANIZING, AND DELIVERING ADULT EDUCATION INSTRUCTION – CRN 21856, CANCELLED EDU 221 INTRODUCTION TO EDUCATION – CRN 21580, CANCELLED 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.

Course Note: This is a CTE Credentialing course. 376 22118

1 6-Nov-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

STAFF

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT HOMELAND SECURITY

Department Director: Michael Carter (303) 340-7211, Administrative Assistant: Stephanie Agner (303) 340-7076

EMP 101 PRINCIPLES OF EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT – CRN 21899, CANCELLED EMP 106 EXERCISE DESIGN EVALUATION

Provides knowledge and the development of skills that enable the student to train a staff and to conduct an exercise that tests a community's plan and its operational response capability. Enables the student to manage exercise evaluation activities before, during, and after an emergency management exercise.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of EMP 101 and PSM 131 (grade C or higher). 176 22131

3 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

STAFF

EMP 107 EMERGENCY OPERATIONS CENTER AND COMMUNICATIONS

Provides the knowledge and skills to manage and operate an EOC during crisis situations. Covers aspects of properly locating and designing an EOC, how to staff, train and brief EOC personnel, and how to operate an EOC during various situations. Focuses on various aspects of information gathering and dissemination including best practices for use of computers in an EOC environment, promoting enhanced planning and better control information flow to safely and effectively make strategic response decisions.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of EMP 101 (grade C or higher). 176 22132

3 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

STAFF

EMP 201 PUBLIC SAFETY APPLICATIONS

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


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Introduction to and training on Public Safety Applications, focusing on the various disaster management programs that are utilized in the emergency management (EM) and homeland security (HS) arenas. This course will provide an overview of and familiarization with disaster management Product Production, Information Sharing, and Resource Accountability software, to include WebEOC, CAMEO (Aloha, Marplot, etc), ArcGIS, and more. This course is designed to provide the student with a broad-based understanding of these applications, to include what they are, what they do, how they are beneficial to the EM/HS arenas, and how to manipulate the programs to gather desired results.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of EMP 101 (grade C or higher). 176 22098

3 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

STAFF

EMP 247 DECISION MAKING IN A CRISIS

Focuses on individual and group decisions based on a model problem-solving process.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 090 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 176 22133

3 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

STAFF

PSM 131 INTELLIGENCE AND HOMELAND SECURITY – CRN 21900, CANCELLED PSM 134 HOMELAND SECURITY: CRITICAL INCIDENT RESPONSE MANAGEMENT

Examines the potential results from nuclear, biological, and chemical incidents or uses. Analysis of Critical Incident Management of Natural Disasters: Hurricane, Tornado, Blizzard, Fire, Flood, and Earthquake. Review of public health consequences; development of emergency planning and response measures in place among US agencies, State agencies, and emerging detection and management technologies; discussion of existing vulnerabilities to these types of incidents and attacks; protection of infrastructures and communication alternatives will also be examined.

Prerequisite or Corequisite: Successful completion of PSM 131 (grade C or higher). 176 22134

3 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

STAFF

PSM 204 TERRORISM

Provides students with an interactive opportunity to develop enforcement strategies for investigating terrorism, intelligence gathering, and justice. The course will focus on the history and development of traditional and non-traditional terrorist acts, cells, supporting countries, and homeland defensive methodologies for the security professional. The operational strategies of law enforcement in combating terrorism, including electronic surveillance, intelligence operations, and covert operations will be discussed and applied in role-play situations.

Prerequisite or Corequisite: Successful completion of PSM 131 (grade C or higher). 176 22135

3 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

STAFF

PSM 280 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.

Prerequisite: Department approval 609 22136

5 23-Apr-12

16-Feb-13

STAFF

EMERGENCY MEDICAL PROVIDER

Department Chair: Patrick Schooler (303) 340-7217, Administrative Assistant: Cindy Smith (303) 340-7070

EMS 125 EMT - BASIC

Enables the student after successful completion of this course to take the EMT Certification Examination subject to the requirements of the Colorado Department of Health and Environment. Includes written and practical examinations. Student must be at least 18 years of age.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of ENG 060, REA 060, and MAT 030 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. Additional personal information is required, i.e., Criminal Background Check, shot records, etc. You must contact EMS program staff for a full list of information required. Corequisites: EMS 136 and EMS 170. (Students must enroll in the same section as EMS 125 for a total of 11 credits.) Course Note: The first class date is a Mandatory Orientation for all students. It is strongly recommended that students also enroll in HPR 178: Medical Terminology (online) - 2 credit hours. 510 20881 540 20884

9 27-Aug-12 28-Nov-12 9 28-Aug-12 6-Dec-12

0830AM 0530PM 0600PM 1000PM

MWF TR

CLCSIM 132 CLCSIM 132

Andersen, K Spera, J

540 20884

9 1-Sep-12

0830AM

S

CLCSIM 132

Dickens, J

8-Dec-12

0530PM

EMS 136 EMT/PARAMEDIC SAFETY ISSUES IN THE FIELD

Provides EMTs and paramedics with the skills needed to quickly assess the scene for potential hazards to themselves. Introduces topics on scene safety, evaluation of potential problem patients, verbal communication, control techniques, physical control techniques for the problem patient, and specific techniques for scene control.

Corequisites: EMS 125 and EMS 170. (Students must enroll in the same section as EMS 125 for a total of 11 credits.) 510 20882 CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

1 27-Aug-12 28-Nov-12

ARR

ARR

Andersen, K

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN 540 20885

CR DATES

TIMES

1 28-Aug-12 8-Dec-12

ARR

DAY

CAMPUS LOC

RM

ARR

INST Spera, J Dickens, J

EMS 170 EMT - BASIC CLINICAL

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

Corequisites: EMS 125 and EMS 136. (Students must enroll in the same section as EMS 125 for a total of 11 credits.) 510 20883 540 20886

1 27-Aug-12 28-Nov-12 1 28-Aug-12 8-Dec-12

ARR ARR

ARR ARR

Andersen, K Spera, J Dickens, J

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: State of Colorado EMT-B certified; IV and CPR certifications; successful completion of BIO 106, ENG 090, REA 090, and MAT 060 (grade of C or higher) or equivalent assessment score; and permission from the department. Corequisite: 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.) 540 22046 540 22046

3 1-Sep-12 15-Dec-12 3 28-Aug-12 20-Dec-12

0800AM 0530PM 0600PM 1000PM

S TR

CLCSIM 153 CLCSIM 153

Cowan, K Cowan, K

EMS 226 FUNDAMENTALS OF PARAMEDIC PRACTICE - LAB Lab experience to coincide with EMS 225 topics.

Prerequisites: Permission of the department. Corequisite: 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.) 540 22047

2 28-Aug-12 20-Dec-12

ARR

ARR

Cowan, K

EMS 229 PARAMEDIC PHARMACOLOGY

Comprehensive study of emergency pharmacology and the second 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. 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.) 540 22028

3 28-Aug-12 13-May-13

ARR

ARR

Cowan, K

EMS 233 PARAMEDIC MEDICAL EMERGENCIES Comprehensive study of adult medical emergencies.

Prerequisite: Permission of the Department. Corequisites: EMS 225, 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.) 540 22224

4 28-Aug-12 20-Dec-12

ARR

ARR

Cowan, K

EMS 235 PARAMEDIC TRAUMA EMERGENCIES

Comprehensive study of adult and pediatric trauma emergencies.

Prerequisite: Permission of the department. Corequisite: 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.) 540 22049

4 28-Aug-12 20-Dec-12

ARR

ARR

Cowan, K

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. Corequisite: EMS 281. (Students must enroll in the same section as EMS 280 for a total of 12 credits.) Course Note: Paramedic Clinical Internship. 609 21878

6 8-Oct-12

16-Dec-12

ARR

ARR

Lattone, B

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

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC

RM

Corequisite: EMS 280. (Students must enroll in the same section as EMS 280 for a total of 12 credits). Course Note: Paramedic Field Internship. 609 21046 610 21880

6 8-Oct-12 6 8-Oct-12

16-Dec-12 16-Dec-12

ARR ARR

ARR ARR

INST

Lattone, B Cowan, K

ENGLISH - DEVELOPMENTAL

Department Chair: Ashley Moorshead (303) 361-7413, Administrative Assistant: Amie Thompson (303) 361-7369

ENG 060 WRITING FUNDAMENTALS

Focuses on paragraph structure and development and introduces the formal essay. Enables students to review and improve grammar, usage, and punctuation skills while employing critical thinking strategies and the writing process to respond to a wide variety of writing situations.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 030 and REA 030 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score (SS: 50-69 or ACTE 16 or CEPT of 2 and RC: 40-61 or ACTR: 15 or CRPT of 5.5). Course Note: Does not apply to CCA degrees or certificates. 019 21688 041 20113 042 23412

3 11-Sep-12 13-Dec-12 3 11-Sep-12 13-Dec-12 3 27-Aug-12 15-Oct-12

P14 22138

3 27-Aug-12 15-Oct-12

P17 21869

3 27-Aug-12 15-Oct-12

P18 22434

3 27-Aug-12 15-Oct-12

0800AM 0940AM 0600PM 0740PM 0630PM 0830PM

TR TR MWF

CCLA CCLA CCLA

105 105 106

Cunningham, J DiBella, A Williams, J

PACE

1015AM

1215PM

MWF

CCLA

106

STAFF

PACE

1230PM

0230PM

MWF

CCLA

106

STAFF

PACE

0245PM

0445PM

MWF

CCLA

105

STAFF

Students enrolled in P11, P12, P13, P15, and P16 sections of ENG 060 are required to take the corresponding ENG 090 course in the fall semester. P11 20108

3 27-Aug-12 15-Oct-12

PACE

0800AM

1000AM

MWF

CCLA

105

STAFF

P12 21060

3 28-Aug-12 16-Oct-12

PACE

1015AM

1215PM

TRS

CCLA

105

STAFF

P13 20109

3 27-Aug-12 15-Oct-12

PACE

1015AM

1215PM

MWF

CCLA

105

STAFF

P15 21061

3 28-Aug-12 16-Oct-12

PACE

1230PM

0230PM

TRS

CCLA

105

STAFF

P16 20110

3 27-Aug-12 15-Oct-12

PACE

1230PM

0230PM

MWF

CCLA

105

STAFF

ENG 090 BASIC COMPOSITION Emphasizes critical thinking as students explore writing for specific purposes and audiences. Enables students to develop skills required for college-level writing while reviewing paragraph structure and focusing on essay development.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score (SS: 70-94 or ACTE 17) and successful completion of REA 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score (RC: 62-79 or ACTR 16, or CCRC 060). Course Note: Does not apply to CCA degrees or certificates.

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

010 20114 011 20115

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0800AM 0930AM

0915AM 1045AM

TR TR

CCLA CCLA

203 203

STAFF STAFF

012 013 014 015 016

22139 22140 20116 22141 20145

3 3 3 3 3

28-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12

13-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12

0930AM 0930AM 1100AM 1100AM 1230PM

1045AM 1045AM 1215PM 1215PM 0145PM

TR MW TR MW TR

CLCWES CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

218 203 203 203 203

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

017 018 019 040

22142 21879 22143 20146

3 3 3 3

27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12

12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12

1230PM 0145PM 0200PM 0315PM 0200PM 0315PM 0600PM 0715PM

MW TR MW TR

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

203 203 203 203

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

041 042 043 076

20147 21881 22144 21065

3 3 3 3

28-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 4-Sep-12

13-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

0730PM 0845PM 0600PM 0715PM 0730PM 0845PM

TR MW MW

CCLA CCLA CCLA

203 203 203

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC

RM

INST

Prerequisites for Accelerated sections: Successful completion of ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores (SS: 7094 or ACTE 17) and successful completion of REA 090 or REA 075 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores (RC 80+ or ACTR 17). Course Note: Students enrolled in Accelerated ENG 090 are required to enroll in the corresponding ENG 121 course in the fall semester. A10 21689

3 27-Aug-12 15-Oct-12

ACCELERATED 0800AM

1000AM

MWF

CCLA

205

STAFF

A12 21690

3 27-Aug-12 15-Oct-12

ACCELERATED 1015AM

1215PM

MWF

CCLA

205

STAFF

A14 22145

3 28-Aug-12 16-Oct-12

ACCELERATED 1015AM

1215PM

TRS

CCLA

205

STAFF

A15 22146

3 28-Aug-12 16-Oct-12

ACCELERATED 1230PM

0230PM

TRS

CCLA

205

STAFF

A16 21691

3 27-Aug-12 15-Oct-12

ACCELERATED 1230PM

0230PM

MWF

CCLA

205

STAFF

A18 21692

3 27-Aug-12 15-Oct-12

ACCELERATED 0245PM

0445PM

MWF

CCLA

205

STAFF

A40 21877

3 27-Aug-12 15-Oct-12

ACCELERATED 0600PM 0800PM

MWF

CCLA

205

STAFF

Sections P11, P12, P13, P15, and P16 are designed only for students that are concurrently enrolled in ENG 060 in the fall semester. P11 21882

3 22-Oct-12

14-Dec-12 PACE

0800AM

1000AM

MWF

CCLA

105

STAFF

TRS

CCLA

105

STAFF

MWF

CCLA

105

STAFF

TRS

CCLA

105

STAFF

MWF

CCLA

105

STAFF

Course Note: Section P11 and REA 075, section 12, CRN 22440 are corequisites. P12 22147

3 23-Oct-12

15-Dec-12 PACE

1015AM

1215PM

Course Note: Section P12 and REA 075, section 19, CRN 22447 are corequisites. P13 21883

3 22-Oct-12

14-Dec-12 PACE

1015AM

1215PM

Course Note: Section P13 and REA 075, section 16, CRN 22444 are corequisites. P15 22148

3 23-Oct-12

15-Dec-12 PACE

1230PM

0230PM

Course Note: Section P15 and REA 075, section 17, CRN 22445 are corequisites. P16 21884

3 22-Oct-12

14-Dec-12 PACE

1230PM

0230PM

Course Note: Section P16 and REA 075, section 17, CRN 22445 are corequisites.

ENGLISH - COMPOSITION

Department Chair: Scott Reichel (303) 361-7406, Administrative Assistant: Amie Thompson (303) 361-7369

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.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 090 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score and REA 090 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores (SS: 95+ and RC 80+ or ACTE 18 and ACTR 17 or SAT Verbal 440) or REA 075. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course.

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

310 21694 311 20149

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0800AM 0800AM

0915AM 0915AM

MW TR

CCLA 101 CLCWES 216

STAFF STAFF

312 313 314 315

20150 20152 20151 20153

3 3 3 3

27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12

12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12

0800AM 0800AM 0930AM 0930AM

0915AM 0915AM 1045AM 1045AM

MW TR MW TR

CLCWES CCLA CCLA CLCWES

216 205 101 216

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

316 317 318 319

20154 20155 20156 20157

3 3 3 3

27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 27-Aug-12

12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 12-Dec-12

1100AM 1100AM 1100AM 1230PM

1215PM 1215PM 1215PM 0145PM

MW TR TR MW

CCLA CCLA CLCWES CCLA

101 101 216 101

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

320 321 322 323 324

23415 20159 20160 21695 21696

3 3 3 3 3

24-Sep-12 27-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 30-Aug-12

05-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 11-Dec-12 13-Dec-12

0100PM 0200PM 0200PM 0200PM 0200PM

0300PM 0315PM 0315PM 0440PM 0440PM

MW MW MW T R

CCLA CCLA CLCWES CLCWES CLCWES

201 101 216 216 216

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

325 326 327 328

20731 20161 21062 23416

3 3 3 3

27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 31-Aug-12 25-Sep-12

12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 14-Dec-12 06-Dec-12

0330PM 0330PM 0900AM 1000AM

0445PM 0445PM 1140AM 1205PM

MW TR F TR

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

101 101 101 205

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC

RM

INST

331 21821 332 22097 340 20162

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 27-Aug-12 10-Dec-12

1100AM 1215PM 1230PM 0145PM 0600PM 0840PM

MW MW M

CST 205 CLCNOR 212 CCLA 101

STAFF STAFF STAFF

341 342 343 360

3 3 3 3

0600PM 0600PM 0600PM 0600PM

T W R T

CLCWES CCLA CCLA CCLA

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

20163 20164 20165 20502

28-Aug-12 29-Aug-12 30-Aug-12 28-Aug-12

11-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 11-Dec-12

0840PM 0840PM 0840PM 0840PM

216 101 101 205

374 21823 375 20166 376 20925

3 1-Oct-12 3 4-Sep-12 3 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 16-Dec-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

STAFF STAFF STAFF

377 20926

3 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

STAFF

378 20927

3 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

STAFF

379 21544

3 1-Oct-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

380 21699

3 1-Sep-12

15-Dec-12

STAFF 0800AM

1040AM

S

CCLA

203

STAFF

Students enrolling in Accelerated ENG 121 must have taken the corresponding ENG 090 course in the fall. A10 21063

3 22-Oct-12

14-Dec-12 ACCELERATED 0800AM

1000AM

MWF

CCLA

205

STAFF

A12 21697

3 22-Oct-12

14-Dec-12 ACCELERATED 1015AM

1215PM

MWF

CCLA

205

STAFF

A14 22263

3 23-Oct-12

15-Dec-12 ACCELERATED 1015AM

1215PM

TRS

CCLA

205

STAFF

A15 22264

3 23-Oct-12

15-Dec-12 ACCELERATED 1230PM

0230PM

TRS

CCLA

205

STAFF

A16 21698

3 22-Oct-12

14-Dec-12 ACCELERATED 1230PM

0230PM

MWF

CCLA

205

STAFF

A18 21838

3 22-Oct-12

14-Dec-12 ACCELERATED 0245PM

0445PM

MWF

CCLA

205

STAFF

A40 21839

3 22-Oct-12

14-Dec-12 ACCELERATED 0600PM 0800PM

MWF

CCLA

205

STAFF

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.

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

310 21700

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0800AM

0915AM

MW

CLCNOR 212

STAFF

311 312 313 314

21701 21702 21703 21704

3 3 3 3

28-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12

13-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12

0800AM 0930AM 1100AM 1100AM

0915AM 1045AM 1215PM 1215PM

TR TR MW TR

CCLA CCLA CLCWES CST

101 101 216 205

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

315 316 317 318

21705 21706 21707 21708

3 3 3 3

27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 28-Aug-12

12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 13-Dec-12

1230PM 1230PM 1230PM 0200PM

0145PM 0145PM 0145PM 0315PM

MW TR TR TR

CLCWES CCLA CLCWES CCLA

216 101 216 101

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

319 340 341 342 371

21709 21710 21711 21712 20880

3 3 3 3 3

31-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 30-Aug-12 27-Aug-12

14-Dec-12 10-Dec-12 11-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 10-Dec-12 HYBRID

0900AM 1140AM 0600PM 0840PM 0600PM 0840PM 0600PM 0840PM 0930AM 1045AM

F M T R M

CLCWES CLCWES CCLA CCLA CLCWES

216 216 101 205 216

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

0930AM

W

CLCWES 216

STAFF

372 21713

3 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 HYBRID

376 20928

3 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

1045AM

STAFF

377 21714

3 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

STAFF

378 21715

3 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

STAFF

379 21716

3 1-Oct-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

N32 22265 N33 21819

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

STAFF 0330PM 0330PM

0445PM 0445PM

MW MW

CLCWES 216 CLCWES 216

STAFF STAFF

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC

RM

INST

ENG 131 TECHNICAL WRITING I – CRN 20929, CANCELLED

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 ENG 060 and REA 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 376 20929

3 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

STAFF

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 ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 111 20167

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0200PM

0315PM

TR

CCLA

307

STAFF

ENGLISH AS A SECOND LANGUAGE

Department Chair: Christopher Tombari (303) 340-7504, Administrative Assistant: Amie Thompson (303) 361-7369

ESL 1 BASIC SPELLING – CRN 21590, CANCELLED Assists students in mastering basic structures in English grammar through oral and written practice.

Prerequisite: Appropriate score on assessment test. 010 20210 012 21826

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0800AM 0930AM

0915AM 1045AM

TR TR

CCLA CCLA

112 114

STAFF STAFF

040 20758 042 22349

3 27-Aug-12 10-Dec-12 3 28-Aug-12 11-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM 0600PM 0840PM

M T

CCLA CFA

312 101

STAFF STAFF

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. 010 20211 020 21581

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 3 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0800AM 0200PM

0915AM 0440PM

TR W

CCLA CCLA

103 104

STAFF STAFF

040 20759 080 22235

3 27-Aug-12 10-Dec-12 3 1-Sep-12 15-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM 1100AM 0140PM

M S

CCLA CCLA

204 212

STAFF STAFF

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 20212 020 21582

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 27-Aug-12 10-Dec-12

0930AM 0200PM

1045AM 0440PM

040 20760 041 21583 080 20213

3 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 30-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 3 1-Sep-12 15-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM 0600PM 0915PM 0200PM 0440PM

MW M

CCLA CCLA

102 104

STAFF STAFF

W R S

CST CCLA CCLA

205 302 103

STAFF Austen, E STAFF

ESL 031 BASIC CONVERSATION

Focuses on listening and speaking activities that help students communicate more competently in the college classroom. Provides practice with pronunciation, vocabulary, note taking, and basic grammatical patterns.

Prerequisite: Appropriate score on assessment test. 010 20761 040 21584

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 3 30-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

1100AM 1215PM 0600PM 0840PM

TR R

CCLA CCLA

209 114

STAFF STAFF

ESL 032 INTERMEDIATE CONVERSATION 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 21841 040 20762

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 3 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

1100AM 1215PM 0600PM 0840PM

TR W

CCLA CCLA

211 212

STAFF STAFF

ESL 033 ADVANCED CONVERSATION CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC

RM

INST

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 21585

3 28-Aug-12 11-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM

T

CCLA

102

STAFF

ESL 041 BASIC READING

Provides effective 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 20221 012 21843 040 20953

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 3 27-Aug-12 10-Dec-12

0930AM 1045AM 0930AM 1045AM 0600PM 0840PM

MW TR M

CCLA CCLA CCLA

207A 211 112

STAFF STAFF STAFF

042 22237

3 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM

W

CCLA

302

STAFF

ESL 042 INTERMEDIATE READING

Assists students to read more quickly, accurately and to 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. 010 20222

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0930AM

020 21586 040 20954 042 22238

3 28-Aug-12 11-Dec-12 3 27-Aug-12 10-Dec-12 3 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0930AM 1210PM 0600PM 0840PM 0600PM 0840PM

1045AM

MW

CCLA

211

STAFF

T M W

CCLA CCLA CCLA

103 103 304

STAFF STAFF STAFF

ESL 043 ADVANCED READING

Prepares students for academic reading assignments. Assists them 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 21844

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

1100AM

020 021 040 042

3 3 3 3

0930AM 1210PM 0930AM 1210PM 0600PM 0840PM 0600PM 0840PM

21587 23399 21845 22061

30-Aug-12 30-Aug-12 29-Aug-12 30-Aug-12

13-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12

1215PM

MW

CCLA

103

STAFF

R R W R

CCLA CCLA CST CCLA

103 214 204 102

STAFF Breaux, J STAFF STAFF

ESL 051 BASIC COMPOSITION

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 021 and ESL 041 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 010 20955 020 21588

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 3 27-Aug-12 10-Dec-12

1230PM 1230PM

0145PM 0310PM

TR M

CCLA CCLA

104 302

STAFF STAFF

040 20956 042 21546

3 27-Aug-12 10-Dec-12 3 30-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM 0600PM 0840PM

M R

CCLA CCLA

302 112

STAFF 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 and ESL 022 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 010 011 040 042

20223 23395 20763 20958

080 20227

3 3 3 3

27-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12

3 1-Sep-12

12-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 10-Dec-12 11-Dec-12

1230PM 0145PM 1230PM 0145PM 0600PM 0840PM 0600PM 0840PM

MW MW M T

CCLA CCLA CST CCLA

213 211 205 314

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

15-Dec-12

0800AM

S

CCLA

103

STAFF

1040AM

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. CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC

RM

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ESL 052 and ESL 023 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 010 012 042 171

20764 20878 21589 20765

4 4 4 4

27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 29-Aug-12

12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 HYBRID

1230PM 0220PM 1230PM 0220PM 0600PM 0750PM 0545PM 0740PM

MW TR TR W

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

103 103 103 103

INST STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

Class meets 29-Aug-12, 12-Sep-12, 26-Sep-12, 10-Oct-12, 24-Oct-12, 14-Nov-12, 28-Nov-12, and 12-Dec-12

ESL 055 COMPUTER BASICS FOR ESL STUDENTS

Introduces the basic skills for Windows, word processing, and the Internet.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of ESL 022 or ESL 032 or ESL 042 or ESL 052 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. Corequisites: ESL: 175-171 Keyboarding Course Note: This course must be taken at the same time as ESL 175-171 Keyboarding 171 20887

2 13-Oct-12

15-Dec-12 HYBRID

1130AM

1230PM

S

CCLA

103

STAFF

ESL 175 SPECIAL TOPICS: KEYBOARDING

Designed for students who have minimal or no keyboarding skills. Introduces the touch method of keyboarding as well as basic operation and functions of the equipment. Emphasizes learning the alphanumeric keyboard, proper technique, and speed control.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of ESL 022 or ESL 032 or ESL 042 or ESL 052 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. Corequisites: ESL 055-171 Computer Basics for ESL Students Course Note: this course must be taken at the same time as ESL 055-171 Computer Basics for ESL Students 171 22301

1 1-Sep-12

6-Oct-12

HYBRID

1100AM

0120PM

S

CCLA

103

STAFF

FIRE SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY

Coordinator: Mike Stanley (303) 340-7222, Department Chair: Patrick Schooler (303) 340-7217, Administrative 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 21 or older; meet all current civil service and physical fitness requirements for hire by a Colorado Fire Department; and possess EMT-B certification by academy start date. Corequisites: FST 102, FST 103, FST 107, and PED 110. 500 21847 500 21847

9 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 9 1-Sep-12 15-Dec-12

0600PM 1000PM 0800AM 0500PM

TR S

CLCSIM 112 CLCSIM 112

STAFF STAFF

FST 102 INTRODUCTION TO FIRE SCIENCE AND SUPPRESSION

Introduces the fire service organization and operation from past to present operations. Includes operation and organization of federal, state, local, and private protection forces. Emphasizes extinguishing methods and equipment, special extinguishing agents, and special hazard considerations. Serves as a prerequisite for students having no previous fire suppression training or experience.

Prerequisite: Requires acceptance to CCA Firefighter Academy; be 21 or older; meet all current civil service and physical fitness requirements for hire by a Colorado Fire Department; and possess EMT-B certification by academy start date. Corequisites: FST 100, FST 103, FST 107, and PED 110. 500 21848

3 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

ARR

ARR

STAFF

FST 103 FIREFIGHTER OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY

Focuses on on-scene and on-the-job firefighter health, safety and fitness; the safety officer; mental well being; stress management; and standards related to health, safety, and fitness.

Prerequisite: Requires acceptance to CCA Firefighter Academy; be 21 or older; meet all current civil service and physical fitness requirements for hire by a Colorado Fire Department; and possess EMT-B certification by academy start date. Corequisites: FST 100, FST 102, FST 107, and PED 110. 500 21850

3 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

ARR

ARR

STAFF

FST 104 FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEMS

Addresses principles and functions involved in the installation and use of sprinkler systems, special suppression systems, and fire detection and alarm systems. Covers portable fire extinguishing equipment requirements, sprinkler systems, installation, inspection and maintenance, special protection systems, and residential sprinklers. 500 22222 3 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12 HYBRID 0900AM 1200PM S CLCSIM 112 STAFF CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC

RM

INST

Class meets 15-Sep-12, 13-Oct-12, 10-Nov-12, and 8-Dec-12

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 21 or older; meet all current civil service and physical fitness requirements for hire by a Colorado Fire Department; and possess EMT-B certification by academy start date. Corequisites: FST 100, FST 102, FST 103, and PED 110. 500 21849

3 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

ARR

ARR

STAFF

FILM/VIDEO MEDIA

Department Chair: Frederic Lahey (303) 340-7322, Administrative Assistant: Veronica Sanchez (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.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 090 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. Corequisite: FVM 160. 210 21622 211 21623 212 21624

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0900AM 1115AM 0130PM

1050AM 0105PM 0320PM

MW MW MW

CLCCFS 133 CLCCFS 133 CLCCFS 133

213 214 215 240 444

3 3 3 3 3

0900AM 1050AM 1115AM 0105PM 0130PM 0320PM 0600PM 0750PM 0900AM 1240PM

TR TR TR MW MW

CLCCFS CLCCFS CLCCFS CLCCFS CLCCFS

21625 21626 21627 21628 21629

28-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 27-Aug-12

13-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 17-Oct-12 IMMERSION

133 133 133 133 151

Black, N Black, N Burns, A STAFF STAFF Chadwick, G Black, N STAFF

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 ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 110 21631 111 21632 112 21634

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 18-Oct-12 13-Dec-12

0130PM 0320PM 0345PM 0535PM 0600PM 0940PM

MW MW TR

CLCCFS 126 CLCCFS 126 CLCCFS 126

Boulgakova, G Boulgakova, G Olson, D

444 21633

3 18-Oct-12

0900AM

TR

CLCCFS 126

Boulgakova, G

13-Dec-12 IMMERSION

1240PM

FVM 118 SCREEN ACTOR IMPROVISATION TECHNIQUES

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.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of FVM 117 (grade C or higher). 111 21917

3 22-Oct-12

12-Dec-12

0900AM

1240PM

MW

CLCCFS 126

Burns, A

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 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. 110 21635 111 21636 112 21637 CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 18-Oct-12 13-Dec-12

0130PM 0345PM 0900AM

0320PM 0535PM 1240PM

MW MW TR

CLCCFS 129 CLCCFS 129 CLCCFS 129

Hicks, G Burns, A Hicks, G

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

113 21640 140 21639

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

444 21638

3 28-Aug-12 16-Oct-12

IMMERSION

DAY

CAMPUS LOC

RM

INST

0900AM 1050AM 0600PM 0750PM

MW MW

CLCCFS 129 CLCCFS 129

Dibble, L Olson, D

0130PM

TR

CLCCFS 129

Dibble, T

0510PM

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 ENG 121 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 110 21641 111 21644

3 27-Aug-12 10-Dec-12 3 28-Aug-12 11-Dec-12

0130PM 0510PM 0600PM 0940PM

M T

CLCCFS 111 CLCCFS 111

Jones, J Houston, A

140 21643 444 21642

3 30-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 3 28-Aug-12 16-Oct-12 IMMERSION

0600PM 0940PM 0900AM 1240PM

R TR

CLCCFS 111 CLCCFS 111

Houston, A Olson, D

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, 117, 136, 150, and 160 (grade C or higher). 110 21645

3 27-Aug-12 17-Oct-12

0900AM

1240PM

MW

CLCCFS 121

McKissen, S

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, 117, 136, 150, and 160 (grade C or higher). 310 21646 311 21647 444 21648

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 28-Aug-12 16-Oct-12 3 18-Oct-12 13-Dec-12 IMMERSION

1115AM 0130PM 0130PM

0105PM 0510PM 0510PM

MW TR TR

CLCCFS 135 CLCCFS 135 CLCCFS 129

Dibble, L Hicks, G 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 ENG 090 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. Corequisite: FVM 105. 210 211 212 213

21649 21650 21651 21652

3 3 3 3

27-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12

12-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12

1115AM 0130PM 0345PM 1115AM

0105PM 0320PM 0535PM 0105PM

MW MW MW TR

CLCCFS CLCCFS CLCCFS CLCCFS

134 Chavez Callejas, L 134 Chavez Callejas, L 134 Chavez Callejas, L 134 Houston, A

214 215 240 444

21653 21654 21655 21656

3 3 3 3

28-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 27-Aug-12

13-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 17-Oct-12 IMMERSION

0130PM 0320PM 0345PM 0535PM 0815PM 1005PM 0130PM 0510PM

TR TR MW MW

CLCCFS CLCCFS CLCCFS CLCCFS

134 Houston, A 134 Chadwick, G 134 Chavez Callejas, L 136 STAFF

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, 117, 136, 150, and 160 (grade C or higher). 310 21657

3 27-Aug-12 17-Oct-12

0900AM

1240PM

MW

CLCCFS 136

Hofmann, J

FVM 165 DIGITAL EDITING: AVID

Introduces the basic concepts and skills of non-linear editing using Avid Media Composer. The student will gain facility in digitizing, compression, inputting, outputting, and software integration as well as the principles of nonlinear editing. The student will demonstrate comprehension in various editing techniques and apply the acquired knowledge to exercises in the class.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of FVM 105, 117, 136, 150, and 160 (grade C or higher). CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN 350 21808

CR DATES

TIMES

3 30-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

DAY

0600PM 0940PM

CAMPUS LOC

R

RM

INST

CLCCFS 136

Stouffer, G

FVM 181 TOPICS IN FILM STUDIES

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 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 140 21658

3 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0600PM 0940PM

W

CLCCFS 111

Alighieri, A

0600PM 0940PM

M

CLCCFS 111

Alighieri, A

Section 140, Topics in Film Studies: Action Films 141 22464

3 27-Aug-12 10-Dec-12

Section 141, Topics in Film Studies: Films of the 70s

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 FVM 105, 117, 136, 150, and 160 (grade C or higher). 110 21659

3 18-Oct-12

13-Dec-12

0130PM

0510PM

TR

CLCCFS 111

Alweis, R

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: FVT/FVM 105, 117, 136, 150, 160, 155 and 209, or 205 and 206, or 164 and 208 (grade C or higher). 311 21661 444 21660

3 28-Aug-12 16-Oct-12 3 22-Oct-12 12-Dec-12 IMMERSION

0900AM 0900AM

1240PM 1240PM

TR MW

CLCCFS 151 CLCCFS 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, 117, 136, 150, and 160 (grade C or higher). 340 21630

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0600PM 0750PM

MW

CLCCFS 151

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 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 313 21680

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

1115AM

0105PM

MW

CLCCFS 151

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, 117, 136, 150, and 160 (grade C or higher). 310 21662 444 22013

3 22-Oct-12 3 22-Oct-12

12-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 IMMERSION

0130PM 0130PM

0510PM 0510PM

MW MW

CLCCFS 121 CLC905 109

VanOrdstrand, S McKissen, S

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, 117, 136, 150, and 160 (grade C or higher). 311 21663 312 22058

3 22-Oct-12 3 22-Oct-12

12-Dec-12 12-Dec-12

0900AM 1240PM 0600PM 0940PM

MW MW

CLCCFS 121 CLCCFS 121

VanOrdstrand, S McKissen, S

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, 117, 136, 150, 155, 160, 200 or 220 (grade C or higher). 310 21664 CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

3 27-Aug-12 17-Oct-12

0900AM

1240PM

MW

CLCCFS 121

Lahey, F

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


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, 117, 136, 150, and 160 (grade C or higher). 310 21665

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0600PM 0750PM

TR

CLCCFS 147

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, 117, 136, 150, and 160 (grade C or higher). 310 22012 340 21666

3 22-Oct-12 12-Dec-12 3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0130PM 0510PM 0600PM 0750PM

MW TR

CLCCFS 135 CLCCFS 135

Black, N Pfau, 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. 140 21806 3 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 0130PM 0510PM 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, 117, 136, 150, 160, 205, and 206 (grade C or higher). 110 21805

3 27-Aug-12 17-Oct-12

0900AM

1240PM

MW

CLCCFS 111

VanOrdstrand, S

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, 117, 136, 150, 160, and FVM 200 or 220 (grade C or higher). 311 21668

3 18-Oct-12

13-Dec-12

0900AM

1240PM

TR

CLCCFS 136

Chadwick, G

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 117 (grade C or higher). 310 21669

3 28-Aug-12 16-Oct-12

0600PM 0940PM

TR

CLCCFS 126

Olson, D

FVM 218 ACTOR MOVEMENT AND ACTION

This first level is an introduction to skills that will bring basic movement awareness. This course is designed to expand concepts of movement specifically for film acting by developing a metaphoric language to apply to characterization and enhance the student's general physical ability, observational skills, and confidence when acting. 340 21670

3 28-Aug-12 11-Dec-12

0130PM

0510PM

T

CLCCFS 126

Nemer, G

FVM 219 SCREEN PERFORMANCE WORKSHOP

This class offers opportunity to perform in advanced student productions and professional projects in this capstone course for the Acting for the Screen Certificate Program. Students will perform a variety of roles, demonstrating ability to create believable characters with convincing through lines. Student will apply textual analysis and character development to performances in this workshop environment. The performances developed in this course will be evaluated and edited into an actor's reel as a component of their professional resume.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of FVM 117, 118, 217 (grade C or higher). 310 21671

3 27-Aug-12 17-Oct-12

0900AM

1240PM

MW

CLCCFS 126

Boulgakova, G

FVM 220 16MM/HD PRODUCTION

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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CLASS LOCATIONS

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Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


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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, 117, 136, 150, 155, 160, and 209, or 205 and 206, or 164 and 208 (grade C or higher). 310 21672

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0130PM

0320PM

TR

CLCCFS 121

Pfau, A

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 FVM 105, 117, 150, 160, 155, 200 or 220, and 209 (grade C or higher) and permission by the Department. 310 21673

3 27-Aug-12 17-Oct-12

0130PM

0510PM

MW

CLCCFS 135

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, 117, 136, 150, 155, 160, and 209 (grade C or higher). 110 22011

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0900AM

1050AM

MW

CLCCFS 135

Hicks, G

FVM 248 POST PRODUCTION SOUND

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: FVM 105, 117, 136, 150, 155, 160, and 208. 340 21972

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0815PM 1005PM

TR

CLCCFS 147

Schwedt, S

FVM 250 WRITING FOR BROADCAST MEDIA

Introduction to the basic skills in developing and writing a feature screenplay or teleplay including conceptualization, genre conventions, act structure, scene construction and character development combined with summarizing and describing written work through pitch session and assessing and discussing through writer's meetings. Students will create final projects working in teams (TV pilots/episodes) or as individuals (screenplays).

Prerequisite: Successful completion of FVM 105, 117, 136, 150, 160, and 155 (grade C or higher). 340 21674

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0600PM 0750PM

TR

CLCCFS 129

Dibble, L

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.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of FVM 105, 117, 136, 150, and 160 (grade C or higher). 312 21679

3 18-Oct-12

13-Dec-12

0130PM

0510PM

TR

CLCCFS 135

Hicks, G

FVM 262 WRITING THE HOLLYWOOD FEATURE

Geared specifically toward writing feature-length screenplays for the spec market, this intensive screenwriting course focuses on genre-based, high-concept Hollywood narratives. Students will conceptualize, outline, and write a complete first draft of a feature-length spec screenplay in a hands-on, workshop environment designed for individuals seeking careers as professional screenwriters.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of FVM 105, 117, 136, 150, 155, 160, 250, 251, and ENG 122 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores for ENG 122. 310 23370

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0600PM

0750PM

MW

CLCCFS 135

Hicks, G

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, 117, 136, 150, 160 and MGD 111 (grade C or higher). CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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CLASS LOCATIONS

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Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


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3 27-Aug-12 10-Dec-12

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CLCCFS 136

Accardi, C

FVM 267 EDITING AESTHETICS

Seeks to uncover the building blocks, personal decisions, and practices that make up the craft of editing. Introduces contemporary applications of rhythm, pace, structure, and general rules of thumb for cutting and examines the historical development of the craft. Students analyze the storytelling techniques of master editors in a variety of genres to help them in the discovery of their own editorial voice.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of FVM 105, 117, 136, 150, and 160 (grade C or higher). 311 21678

3 27-Aug-12 17-Oct-12

0130PM

0510PM

MW

CLCCFS 142

Hofmann, J

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.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of FVM 105, 117, 136, 150, and 160, 200 or 220, 229 (grade C or higher). 310 21676

3 22-Oct-12

12-Dec-12

0900AM

1240PM

MW

CLCCFS 142

Lahey, F

311 22348

3 27-Aug-12 17-Oct-12

0900AM

1240PM

MW

CLCCFS 142

STAFF

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, 117, 136, 150, 160, 164, 165, 215, and 264 or 229 and 270 or 213 and 270 (grade C or higher). 311 22347

3 22-Oct-12

12-Dec-12

0900AM

1240PM

MW

CLCCFS 136

Hofmann, J

FVM 273 PROFESSIONAL DOCUMENTARY PRODUCTION

The Professional Documentary Production class allows students to propose, research, write and shoot their own original documentary projects, or to engage in the work with non-profit clients in a professional documentary production program that can lead to federal scholarships upon the completion of 300 hours of work.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of FVM 105, 117, 136, 150, and 160 (grade C or higher). 314 21681

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

1115AM

0105PM

TR

CLCCFS 142

Alweis, R

FVM 275 SPECIAL TOPICS IN FILM VIDEO: COLOR AND MOTION

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: Courses as determined by program emphasis and permission of the Department. 310 21677

3 22-Oct-12

12-Dec-12

0130PM

0510PM

MW

CLCCFS 136

Hofmann, J

FVM 287 INTERNSHIP

Provides Internship in the industry. Minimum of 130 hours. Students should not take this course if they are planning to enter the Regis BFA program or the Metro BA program.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of FVM 105, 136, 117, 150, 160, 200 or 215 or 220 (grade C or higher) and Instructor permission. 609 21682

3 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

VanOrdstrand, S

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.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 110 20997

3 28-Aug-12 11-Dec-12

0600PM

09440PM T

CLCCFS 136

Accardi, C

MGD 119 MAYA I – CRN 21911, CANCELLED

GEOGRAPHY

Department Chair: Geoffrey Hunt (303) 360-4825, Administrative Assistant: Mary Westendorf (303) 361-7428

GEO 105 WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY (GT: SS2)

An introductory course designed to facilitate 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. Methods of study include analysis of interrelationships between developed and developing regions, and the interactions between human societies and natural environments. CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


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Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 20264 161 20269 176 20739

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 27-Aug-12 10-Dec-12 3 4-Sep-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

0930AM 1045AM 0600PM 0840PM

MW M

CCLA CCLA

214 104

Bishop, S Bishop, S Jones, E

GEOLOGY

Department Chair: Martha Jackson-Carter (303) 340-7120, Administrative Assistant: Pat Machledt (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.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of REA 060 and ENG 060 (Grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 110 20279 111 20280

4 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 4 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

1100AM 0930AM

0140PM 1210PM

MW TR

CCLA CCLA

315 315

Weedin, J Weedin, J

160 20892

4 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM

MW

CCLA

315

Briscoe, M

GEY 121 HISTORICAL GEOLOGY (GT: SC1)

Studies the physical and biological development of the earth through the vast span of geologic time. Emphasizes the investigation and interpretation of sedimentary rocks, the record of ancient environments, fossil life forms, and physical events, all within the framework of shifting crustal plates. Course includes laboratory experience.

Recommended Prerequisite: Successful completion of GEY 111 (grade C or higher) or permission of Instructor. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 160 22009 609 23369

4 31-Aug-12 14-Dec-12 4 31-Aug-12 14-Dec-12

0900AM 0900AM

1200PM 1200PM

F F

CCLA CCLA

315 315

Weedin, J Weedin, J

HISTORY

Department Chair: Geoffrey Hunt (303) 360-4825, Administrative Assistant: Mary Westendorf (303) 361-7428

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 ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 21593

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0200PM

0315PM

TR

CCLA

112

Steele, V

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 ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 20916

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

1100AM

1215PM

MW

CCLA

112

Johnson, K

HIS 201 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 ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course 111 22288 112 20284 CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0930AM 0930AM

1045AM 1045AM

MW TR

CFA CCLA

101 107

Malkoski, P Hunt, G

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

113 20283 161 20285

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 3 27-Aug-12 10-Dec-12

176 20286

3 4-Sep-12

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TR M

CCLA CCLA

RM 107 114

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

INST Steele, L Ortiz, M Peacock, R

HIS 202 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 201 is not a prerequisite.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 20287

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0200PM

112 21835 161 20288 176 20289

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 3 28-Aug-12 11-Dec-12 3 4-Sep-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

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0315PM

MW

CLCSIM 102

TR W

CCLA CCLA

301 204

Foglio, J Hunt, G Ortiz, M Malkoski, P

HIS 215 WOMEN IN U.S. HISTORY (GT: HI1)

Examines women's changing roles in American history from the pre-colonial native population to the present. Emphasizes the nature of women's work and the participation of women in the family, political, religious, and cultural activities, and in social reform movements. Focuses on developing, practicing, and strengthening the skills historians use while constructing knowledge in this discipline.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 22289

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

1230PM

0145PM

TR

CCLA

102

Waite, C

HIS 225 COLORADO HISTORY (GT: HI1)

Presents the story of the people, society, and cultures of Colorado from its earliest Native Americans, through the Spanish influx, the explorers, the fur traders and mountain men, the gold rush, railroad builders, the cattlemen and farmers, the silver boom, the tourists, and the modern state. Focuses on developing, practicing, and strengthening the skills historians use while constructing knowledge in this discipline.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 176 20290

3 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

Steele, L

177 23479

3 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

STAFF

HIS 244 HISTORY OF LATIN AMERICA (GT: HI1)

Focuses on the major political, economic, social, and cultural influences that have shaped Latin America from pre-European conquest to the present. Emphasizes the early history of Latin America but connects it to the present.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 161 21594

3 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM

W

CCLA

112

Wilson, I

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 ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 20291 112 20740

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

176 20917

3 4-Sep-12

0930AM 0200PM

1045AM 0315PM

MW TR

CCLA 315 CLCWES 218

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

Johnson, K Johnson, K Malkoski, P

HIS 255 THE MIDDLE AGES (GT: HI1)

Focuses on political, social, cultural, economic and intellectual developments in Europe, Byzantium and the Islamic world from the collapse of Rome through the Renaissance, approximately A.D. 400-1400. Focuses on developing, practicing, and strengthening the skills historians use while constructing knowledge in this discipline.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 060 (grade C or higher). Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 20918

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

1100AM

1215PM

TR

CCLA

112

Steele, V

HEALTH PROFESSIONAL CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


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

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. 176 20292 2 4-Sep-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE Samano, S 177 20496

2 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

Dillon, T

178 23470

2 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

Samano, S

HEALTH PROFESSIONAL

Department Chair: Patrick Schooler (303) 340-7217, Administrative Assistant: Cindy Smith (303) 340-7070

HPR 190 BASIC EKG INTERPRETATION Provides instruction for interpretation of EKG strips, anatomy and physiology of the heart, using three-lead monitoring as a guide. Twelve-lead EKG may be discussed.

Course Note: Students have six weeks from their class start date to complete this course. 910 21868

2 12-Jun-12 4-Nov-12

Mayfield, T

OPEN ENTRY

HEALTH PROFESSIONAL/PERSONAL TRAINER

Department Chair: Michael Carter (303) 340-7211, Administrative Assistant: Stephanie Agner (303) 340-7076

HPR 117 ANATOMICAL KINESIOLOGY

Studies the Anatomical Bases of Human Movement. 500 21742

3 28-Aug-12 7-Dec-12

1000AM

0100PM

TW

CLCSIM 121

STAFF

HWE 103 COMMUNITY FIRST AID AND CPR

Prepares the student for certification in CPR and Basic First Aid. Skills will include basic life support, airway obstruction, control of bleeding, shock, and patient care for the unconscious. 500 21738 1 28-Aug-12 7-Dec-12 STAFF

HWE 245 PHYSIOLOGY OF EXERCISE Introduces the student to the physiological responses and adaptations of individuals to exercise as well as the application to sports medicine, rehabilitation and general fitness. The laboratory provides experiences that demonstrate the underlying theoretical constructs that govern physiological responses and adaptations to exercise. 500 21739 3 28-Aug-12 7-Dec-12 STAFF

HWE 248 EXERCISE TESTING PRESCRIPTION – CRN 21740 - CANCELLED HWE 255 CERTIFIED PERSONAL TRAINER PREPARATORY COURSE – CRN 21741 - CANCELLED PED 275 SPECIAL TOPICS – CRN 21743 - CANCELLED

HEALTH WELLNESS EDUCATION

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

HWE 100 HUMAN NUTRITION

Introduces basic principles of nutrition with emphasis on personal nutrition. Satisfies nutrition requirement of students entering health care professions.

Prerequisite: REA 060 and ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. 160 20293

3 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM

W

CLCSIM 119

Reece, M

161 20294 176 20295

3 28-Aug-12 11-Dec-12 3 4-Sep-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

0600PM 0840PM

T

CLCSIM 119

Reece, M Kiernan, K

177 20296

3 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

Kiernan, K

HUMANITIES

Department Chair: Ruthanne Orihuela (303) 361-7391, Administrative Assistant, Mary Westendorf (303) 361-7428 CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

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CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


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HUM 115 WORLD MYTHOLOGY (GT: AH2)

Introduces students to the mythologies of various cultures. Common themes are illustrated and an interdisciplinary approach is used incorporating some of the following: religion, philosophy, art history, theater, literature, music, cultural studies, and history.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 21591 112 21870 113 22259

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

1230PM 0930AM 1230PM

0145PM 1045AM 0145PM

MW MW MW

CCLA CCLA CCLA

104 312 114

Bowers, K Bowers, K Smith, M

HUM 121 SURVEY OF HUMANITIES I: EARLY CIVILIZATIONS (GT: AH2)

Through a study of the visual arts, literature, music, and philosophy, this course introduces students to the history of ideas that have defined cultures. 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 ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 21592 198 20897

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 3 1-Sep-12 15-Dec-12

1100AM 0900AM

1215PM 1140AM

TR S

CLCWES 218 CCLA 314

Smith, M Smith, M

HUM 123 SURVEY OF HUMANITIES III: THE MODERN WORLD (GT: AH2)

Through a study of the visual arts, literature, music, and philosophy, introduces evolution and confluence of world cultures from 1750 C.E. to the present.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 161 20297 162 22188

3 28-Aug-12 11-Dec-12 3 28-Aug-12 11-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM 0600PM 0840PM

T T

CCLA CFA

114 105

Smith, M Dury, T

INTEGRATED NURSING PATHWAY

Dean, Health Sciences and Integrated Nursing Pathway: Nancy Case (303) 340-7129, Administrative Assistant: Jean Johnson (303) 340-7073

HPR 209 PATHWAY TO PROFESSIONAL NURSING: QUALITY IMPROVEMENT AND SAFETY

Introduces students in the Integrated Pathway to Baccalaureate Nursing Program to professional nursing within the culture of healthcare safety and quality improvement. Through lecture, class discussion, group projects, service learning activities, case studies and written and oral presentations of course topics, students will be introduced to nursing as a profession including an understanding of the context of nursing; attributes, roles and responsibilities of the professional nurse; essential knowledge, skills and attitudes required for team participation in a culture of safety and quality improvement; and interpersonal communication abilities critical to the nurse-patient relationship.

Co-requisite/ Prerequisites: Acceptance into the Integrated Pathway to Baccalaureate Nursing Education Program or permission of faculty N11 21811

3 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

1200PM

0250PM

CLCSIM 138

STAFF

JAPANESE

Coordinator: Ana Martin-Mejia (303) 340-7567, Department Chair: Ruthanne Orihuela (303) 361-7391, Administrative Assistant, Mary Westendorf (303) 361-7428

JPN 111 JAPANESE LANGUAGE I

Introduces a sequence dealing with the development of functional proficiency in listening, speaking, reading and writing the Japanese language. Note: The order of the topics and methodology will vary according to individual texts and instructors.

Prerequisite: Successful completion on ENG 060 and REA 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. 161 20489

5 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0600PM 0815PM

MW

CCLA

211

Allmeyer, M

JPN 211 JAPANESE LANGUAGE III (GT: AH4)

Continues the sequence for students to advance in their study of understanding and speaking Japanese. Focuses on intermediate level vocabulary, grammar, and expressions.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of JPN 112 (grade C or higher) or permission by the Department Chair. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 161 20503

3 28-Aug-12 11-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM

T

CCLA

214

Allmeyer, M

LITERATURE

Department Chair: Scott Reichel (303) 361-7406, Administrative Assistant: Amie Thompson (303) 361-7369

LIT 115 INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE (GT: AH2)

Introduces students to fiction, poetry, and drama. Emphasizes active and responsive reading. CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


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Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 090 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score and REA 090 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores (SS: 95+ and RC 80+ or ACTE 18 and ACTR 17 or SAT Verbal 440). Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 20298 112 20299

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0930AM 1100AM

1045AM 1215PM

161 20300 176 20301

3 30-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 3 4-Sep-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

0600PM 0840PM

MW TR

CCLA CCLA

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STAFF STAFF

R

CCLA

214

STAFF STAFF

LIT 201 WORLD LITERATURE TO 1600 (GT: AH2)

Examines significant writings in world literature from the ancients through the Renaissance. Emphasizes careful reading and understanding of the works and their cultural backgrounds.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 090 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score and REA 090 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores (SS: 95+ and RC 80+ or ACTE 18 and ACTR 17 or SAT Verbal 440). Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 20500

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

1100AM

1215PM

MW

CCLA

214

STAFF

LIT 205 ETHNIC LITERATURE (GT: AH2)

Focuses on significant texts by ethnic Americans, including African-American, Native American, Latino/a, and Asian Americans. Emphasizes careful reading and understanding of the cultural and literary elements of the works.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 090 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score and REA 090 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores (SS: 95+ and RC 80+ or ACTE 18 and ACTR 17 or SAT Verbal 440). Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 20744

3 31-Aug-12 14-Dec-12

0900AM

1140AM

F

CCLA

302

STAFF

LIT 211 AMERICAN LITERATURE TO CIVIL WAR (GT: AH2)

An overview of American literature from the Native American through the nineteenth century Romantics. It explores ideas, historical and social contexts, themes, and literary characteristics of works in various genres by major writers.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 090 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score and REA 090 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores (SS: 95+ and RC 80+ or ACTE 18 and ACTR 17 or SAT Verbal 440). Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 22266

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

1230PM

0145PM

TR

CCLA

214

STAFF

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.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. 160 20302

3 28-Aug-12 11-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM

T

CCLA

211

STAFF

MANAGEMENT

Department Chair: Tamra Schmitt (303) 340-7328, Administrative Assistant: Veronica Russell (303) 340-7240

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. Course Note: This class replaces MAN 116 111 21940 3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 176 22367 3 4-Sep-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

1230PM

0145PM

TR

CLCWES 219

STAFF STAFF

MAN 200 HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT I

Provides the student with a broad overview of the contemporary issues, theories, and principles used to effectively manage human resources. Topics include recruiting, hiring, compensation and benefits, training and development, employee relations, and legal issues.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score.

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


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Course Note: Hybrid courses combine online courses with face-to-face meetings with the instructor and classmates. Some work is completed online, and the remainder of the work is completed through the scheduled meeting times. Unless otherwise stated by the instructor or cleared through the instructor, attendance in class is required on the scheduled meeting dates. 140 21941

3 29-Aug-12 17-Oct-12

HYBRID

176 22412

3 4-Sep-12

ONLINE

22-Oct-12

0600PM 0840PM

W

CLCWES 218

Earnhardt, M STAFF

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). 340 21942 376 21596

3 24-Oct-12 3 23-Oct-12

12-Dec-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

0600PM 0840PM

W

CLCWES 218

Earnhardt, M STAFF

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 ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. 376 22261

3 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

STAFF

MAN 215 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR

Examines the behaviors of groups and individual members of organizations and how that behavior can be influenced. Course emphasis is on the tools managers use to achieve organizational effectiveness.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. 376 22252

3 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

Earnhardt, M

MAN 225 MANAGERIAL FINANCE – CRN 29143, CANCELLED MAN 226 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT

Presents a survey of the principles of management. Emphasizes the primary functions of planning, organizing, leading, and controlling with a balance between the behavioral and operational approach.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. 178 22019

3 4-Sep-12

341 22251

3 11-Sep-12 11-Dec-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

0600PM 0915PM

T

STAFF

CLCWES 219

STAFF

MAN 230 CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY

Examines the concept of corporate responsibility and the extent to which an organization's resources should be used to identify and respond to social problems. Included in the course will be topics of corporate and social responsibility, and the concept of servant leadership, and how this applies to business and management principles. Course Note: This course replaces MAN 289

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. 376 22253

3 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

Schmitt, T

MARKETING

Department Chair: Tamra Schmitt (303) 340-7328, Administrative Assistant: Veronica Russell (303) 340-7240

MAR 216 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING

Presents the analysis of theoretical marketing processes and the strategies of product development, pricing, promotion and distribution, and their applications to business and the individual consumer.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. Course Note: Hybrid courses combine online courses with face-to-face meetings with the instructor and classmates. Some work is completed online, and the remainder of the work is completed through the scheduled meeting times. Unless otherwise stated by the instructor or cleared through the instructor, attendance in class is required on the scheduled meeting dates. 171 20981

3 30-Aug-12 11-Oct-12

176 20305

3 4-Sep-12

HYBRID

0600PM 0840PM

R

CLCWES 218

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

STAFF STAFF

MAR 217 E-COMMERCE MARKETING – CRN 22262, CANCELLED MAR 235 CONSUMER BEHAVIOR – CRN 22255, CANCELLED CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


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MAR 238 MARKETING APPLICATION AND ANALYSIS – CRN 22256, CANCELLED 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 ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. 110 21949 171 21948 176 21947

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 3 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 4-Sep-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

1100AM 1215PM 0600PM 0840PM

TR W

CLCWES 219 CLCWES 200

Earnhardt, M STAFF STAFF

MATHEMATICS - DEVELOPMENTAL

Department Chair: Ashley Moorshead (303) 361-7413, Administrative Assistant: Amie Thompson (303) 361-7369

MAT 045 COMPRESSED PRE-ALGEBRA WITH BASIC MATHEMATICS

Includes the vocabulary, operations and applications of whole numbers, decimals and basic fractions and mixed numbers. Furthers the study of fractions and mixed numbers. Also included are vocabulary, operations and applications of ratio, proportion, percent, area, perimeter, US and metric measures, integers, and an introduction to algebraic expressions and the solution of basic first-degree equations.

Prerequisites: AR: 24-56 and CMDT less than 12, ACT Math 15+, SAT Math 407+. Course Note: Does not apply to CCA degrees or certificates. MAT 045 sections have an additional one hour of lab time rquired. Lab times are flexible and are designed to provide students with additional practice and instruction to increase the likelihood of success in MAT 045 and later MAT courses. 010 22185

4 27-Aug-12 14-Dec-12

0800AM

0910AM

MWF

CCLA

213

STAFF

011 012 013 014

4 4 4 4

0800AM 0930AM 1100AM 1100AM

0950AM 1040AM 1250PM 1210PM

TR MWF TR MWF

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

213 213 312 213

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

0200PM 0350PM 0200PM 0310PM 0600PM 0750PM

TR MWF TR

CCLA CCLA CCLA

213 213 213

STAFF STAFF STAFF

22186 22183 22189 22190

015 22191 016 22192 060 22193

28-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 27-Aug-12

13-Dec-12 14-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 14-Dec-12

4 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 4 27-Aug-12 14-Dec-12 4 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

MAT 060 PRE-ALGEBRA

Furthers the study of fractions and mixed numbers. Includes vocabulary, operations and applications of ratio, proportion, percent, area, perimeter, US and metric measures, integers, and an introduction to algebraic expressions and the solution of basic first-degree equations. Does not apply to CCA degrees or certificates.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of MAT 030 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores (AR: 24-57 and CMDT is 12 or higher; ACT Math: 16; or SAT Math: 420+). Course Note: Does not apply to CCA degrees or certificates. 010 22150

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0800AM

0915AM

MW

CCLA

207B

STAFF

013 014 015 018

22151 22152 22153 22154

3 3 3 3

28-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 27-Aug-12

13-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 12-Dec-12

0930AM 1100AM 1100AM 1230PM

1045AM 1215PM 1215PM 0145PM

TR MW MW MW

CCLA CLCSIM CCLA CLCSIM

207B 120 207B 120

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

019 060 061 062

22155 20380 20381 20937

3 3 3 3

28-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 27-Aug-12

13-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 12-Dec-12

0215PM 0330PM 0530PM 0645PM 0530PM 0645PM 0700PM 0815PM

TR MW TR MW

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

207B 207B 207B 207B

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

0700PM 0815PM

TR

CCLA

207B

STAFF STAFF

1230PM 0200PM

TR MW

CCLA CCLA

207B 207B

063 22156 076 20382

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 3 4-Sep-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

077 20938

3 4-Sep-12

L17 21919 L18 21920

3 11-Sep-12 13-Dec-12 3 10-Sep-12 12-Dec-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

STAFF 0210PM 0335PM

STAFF STAFF

S Sections of MAT 060 have an additional one hour of lab time required. Lab times are flexible and are designed to provide students with additional practice and instruction to increase the likelihood of success in MAT 060 and later MAT courses. CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN

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DAY

CAMPUS LOC

RM

INST

S11 21914 S12 21915

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0800AM 0930AM

0915AM 1045AM

TR MW

CCLA CCLA

207B 207B

STAFF STAFF

S16 20935 S17 20936

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

1100AM 1230PM

1215PM 0145PM

TR MW

CCLA CCLA

207B 207B

STAFF STAFF

MAT 090 INTRODUCTORY ALGEBRA

Includes first-degree equations, inequalities, formulas, polynomials, algebraic fractions, factoring polynomials, solving quadratic equations by factoring, and applications. Coordinate geometry, graphing linear equations and inequalities, and systems of linear equations may be included. Does not apply to CCA degrees or certificates.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of MAT 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores (EA: 45-60, ACT Math: 17, SAT Math: 434+). Course Note: Does not apply to CCA degrees or certificates. 010 22157

4 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0800AM

0950AM

MW

CLCSIM 121

STAFF

011 012 013 014

20384 21921 20385 20387

4 4 4 4

27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12

12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12

0800AM 0800AM 1025AM 1230PM

0950AM 0950AM 1215PM 0220PM

MW TR MW TR

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

202 304 202 202

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

015 017 018 060 061

20386 20388 22159 21922 21923

4 4 4 4 4

27-Aug-12 11-Sep-12 27-Aug-12 29-Aug-12 28-Aug-12

12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12

1230PM 0220PM 0230PM 0440PM 0130PM 0320PM 0600PM 0940PM 0600PM 0750PM

MW TR MW W TR

CCLA CCLA CLCSIM CCLA CCLA

202 202 121 202 202

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

076 20390

4 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

STAFF

MAT 096 COMBINED INTRO/INTRA ALGEBRA

Includes first-degree equations, inequalities, formulas, polynomials, algebraic fractions, factoring polynomials, solving quadratic equations by factoring, and applications. Coordinate geometry, graphing linear equations and inequalities, and systems of linear equations may be included. Emphasizes problem solving with further study of equations, slope, inequalities, systems of equations, polynomials, quadratic equations, rational expressions, rational exponents, radical expressions, graphing and applications. A graphing calculator or equivalent software may be utilized. Does not apply to CCA degrees or certificates.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of MAT 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. 010 011 012 042

22161 22162 22163 22164

6 6 6 6

27-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 27-Aug-12

14-Dec-12 14-Dec-12 14-Dec-12 14-Dec-12

0800AM 1000AM 1030AM 1230PM 1245PM 0245PM 0700PM 0900PM

MWF MWF MWF MWF

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

304 304 214 213

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

MAT 099 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA

Emphasizes problem solving with further study of equations, slope, inequalities, systems of equations, polynomials, quadratic equations, rational expressions, rational exponents, radical expressions, graphing and applications. A graphing calculator or equivalent software may be utilized. Does not apply to CCA degrees or certificates.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of MAT 090 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores (EA: 61 - 84, ACT Math: 18, SAT Math: 447+). Prerequisite or Co-requisite: MAT 111. 010 011 012 014

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4 4 4 4

28-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12

13-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12

0730AM 0800AM 1230PM 1230PM

0920AM 0950AM 0220PM 0220PM

TR MW MW TR

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

201 201 312 201

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

015 016 060 076

20944 22166 20946 20948

4 4 4 4

28-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 4-Sep-12

13-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

0230PM 0420PM 0230PM 0420PM 0700PM 0850PM

TR MW TR

CCLA CCLA CCLA

201 312 201

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

T11 20943

4 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 TECH

1000AM

1210PM

MW

CCLA

201

STAFF

T12 20945

4 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 TECH

1000AM

1210PM

TR

CCLA

201

STAFF

T61 20947

4 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 TECH

0600PM 0810PM

MW

CCLA

201

STAFF

MATHEMATICS

Department Chair: James Gray (303) 360-4743, Administrative Assistant: Mary Westendorf (303) 361-7428

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


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CAMPUS LOC

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INST

MAT 103 MATH FOR CLINICAL CALCULATIONS

Provides a review of general mathematics, introductory algebra and an opportunity to learn systems of measurement and methods of solving problems related to drug dosage and intravenous fluid administration. It is designed for students in the health disciplines. Topics may include algebra, graphs, measurement and conversion between various systems of measurement.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of MAT 090 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores (EA: 61+). 376 21859

3 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

Holder, S

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 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores (EA: 45-60, ACT Math: 17, SAT Math: 434+). 310 21744

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

1100AM

1215PM

TR

CLCSIM 102

Stoll, D

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 090 (grade B or higher) or MAT 099 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores (EA: 85+, ACT Math: 19+, SAT Math: 460+). Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 310 20391 311 21860

4 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 4 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0100PM 1230PM

0250PM 0220PM

MW TR

CCLA CCLA

204 314

360 21745 376 20392

4 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 4 4-Sep-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

0600PM 0750PM

MW

CCLA

207A

Holder, S Jovic, S

Luebker, W Holder, S

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 099 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores (EA: 85+, ACT Math: 23+, SAT Math: 513+). Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 310 20393 311 20394 312 20395

4 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 4 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 4 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0800AM 1100AM 1130AM

0950AM 1250PM 0120PM

TR TR MW

CCLA CCLA CCLA

309 304 207A

313 314 315 316

20396 20397 20398 20399

4 4 4 4

28-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 27-Aug-12

13-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 12-Dec-12

1230PM 1230PM 0200PM 0930AM

0220PM 0220PM 0350PM 1120AM

TR MW TR MW

CLCSIM CCLA CCLA CCLA

102 311 212 212

Stoll, D Gray, J Mardones, H Morrison, C

317 321 360 361

22268 23414 20949 20400

4 4 4 4

27-Aug-12 12-Sep-12 27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12

12-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 13-Dec-12

0800AM 0950AM 1230PM 0240PM 0600PM 0750PM 0600PM 0750PM

MW MW MW TR

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

307 112 309 307

Hall, M STAFF Meeks, P Davis, T

0600PM 0940PM

F

CCLA

107

Paganini, J Butler, J

362 20401 376 20402

4 31-Aug-12 14-Dec-12 4 4-Sep-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

Bogdanovich, R STAFF Morrison, C

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. Graphing calculator required.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of MAT 121 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores (CLM 63-102, ACT Math: 24+, SAT Math: 527+). Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course.

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

310 20403

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0800AM

0915AM

TR

CCLA

212

Stoll, D

311 20404

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

1100AM

1215PM

MW

CCLA

114

Shelton, W

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN 360 20405

CR DATES

TIMES

3 30-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM

DAY

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R

CCLA

RM 104

INST 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 ACT Math 25+, or SAT Math: 540+. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 310 20406

4 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

1100AM

1250PM

TR

CCLA

114

Holder, S

MAT 135 INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS (GT: MA1)

Includes data presentation and summarization, introduction to probability concepts and distributions, statistical inference-estimation, hypothesis testing, comparison of populations, correlation and regression. Graphing calculator required.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of MAT 090 (grade B or higher) or MAT 099 (grade C or higher) or equivalent or equivalent assessment scores (EA: 85+, ACT Math: 21+, SAT Math: 487+). Co-requisite: MAT 179. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 310 311 312 360

20408 20409 22278 20410

376 20411

3 3 3 3

27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12

3 4-Sep-12

12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12

0800AM 0950AM 0100PM 0250PM 1230PM 0220PM 0600PM 0750PM

MW TR MW TR

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

309 309 309 309

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

Bogdanovich, R Bogdanovich, R Jovic, S Curry, A Sherrill, J

MAT 155 INTEGRATED MATH I

Engages students in the concepts of school mathematics. Includes the recognition of numerical and geometric patterns and their applications to a variety of mathematical situations; mathematical problem-solving, reasoning, critical thinking, and communication; algebraic thinking, representation, analysis, manipulation, generalizations and extensions.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of MAT 155 (grade C or higher). 360 20412

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0600PM 0715PM

TR

CCLA

209

Calvin, A

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 20413 311 20414 312 22279

1 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 1 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 1 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

Bogdanovich, R Bogdanovich, R Jovic, S

360 20415

1 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

Curry, A

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 (CLM 103-120, ACT Math: 28, SAT Math: 580+). Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 310 20416 311 20417

5 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 5 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0930AM 1000AM

1145AM 1215PM

TR MW

CCLA CCLA

301 307

Gray, J STAFF

360 20418

5 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0600PM 0815PM

MW

CCLA

107

Nutter, M

MAT 202 CALCULUS II (GT: MA1)

Continuation of single variable calculus which includes 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 20950

5 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0830AM

1045AM

TR

CCLA

104

Jovic, S

360 22280

5 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0600PM 0815PM

TR

CCLA

207A

Probst, A

MAT 204 CALCULUS III WITH ENGINEERING APPLICATIONS (GT: MA1)

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


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Includes all the topics of MAT 203 Calculus III with an additional emphasis on word problems and problem solving. This is the third course in the three-course 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 21746

5 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0600PM 0815PM

TR

CCLA

315

Mardones, H

MUSIC

Coordinator: Rich Italiano (303) 340-7425, Department Chair: Ruthanne Orihuela (303) 361-7391, Administrative Assistant, Mary Westendorf (303) 361-7428

MUS 100 FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC THEORY

Designed to help beginning music students or those students with limited background in music theory. Focuses upon the basic elements of music, including notation, rhythm, scales, key signatures, intervals, and chords. 111 20745

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

1100AM

1215PM

MW

CFA

105

Italiano, R

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 ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 20419 112 20420

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0930AM 1230PM

1045AM 0145PM

114 22354 161 20422 170 20919

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 3 30-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 3 20-Oct-12 15-Dec-12 HYBRID

1230PM 0145PM 0600PM 0840PM 0930AM 1230PM

TR MW

CFA CFA

105 105

Italiano, R Fahrion, S

TR R S

CFA CFA CFA

105 105 105

Johnson, K STAFF STAFF

MUS 123 SURVEY OF WORLD MUSIC (GT: AH1)

Provides an overview of non-Western music from around the world; provides basic listening skills and the historical/cultural context for a variety of world music styles to enable an understanding and appreciation of non-Western musical expression.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 22194

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

1100AM

1215PM

TR

CFA

105

STAFF

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. 110 20747 2 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 0200PM 0315PM TR CFA 105 111 20748 2 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 1100AM 1215PM MW CFA 102 112 22103 2 31-Aug-12 14-Dec-12 0930AM 1210PM F CFA 105

Engberg, M Fahrion, S Johnson, K

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.

Prerequisites: MUS 131 or audition for guitar, piano, and voice; audition for all other instruments; MUS 100 or permission from music department coordinator for composition. Since private lessons may be repeated for credit for a total of four semesters, they must be taken in sequence, beginning with MUS 141. A fee is added to tuition. Scheduling lessons depends on the availability of an instructor and space. To arrange for an audition, or to schedule lessons, contact the Department Chair at 303 361-7391. Course Note: Private instruction consists of one lesson per week. One credit private instruction meets 30 minutes per week; two credit private instruction meets one hour per week. 510 20920

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

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Guitar private instruction--30 minutes 511 20423

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Piano private instruction--30 minutes 512 20424

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Voice private instruction-30 minutes CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN 513 20425

CR DATES

TIMES

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

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Kirk, E

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Canton, J

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Fahrion, S

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Dadian, C

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Scott, J

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Antony, T

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Erhardt, S

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Johnson, K

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Kirk, E

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Canton, J

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Fahrion, S

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Dadian, C

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Scott, J

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Antony, T

ARR

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Erhardt, S

ARR

ARR

STAFF

Composition private instruction--30 minutes 514 21717

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Flute private instruction--30 minutes 515 21718

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Piano private instruction--30 minutes 516 21812

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Jazz guitar private instruction--30 minutes 517 22195

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Violin private instruction--30 minutes 518 22196

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Percussion private instruction--30 minutes 519 22197

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Woodwinds private instruction 520 22202

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Bass private instruction--30 minutes 521 22356

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Guitar private instruction (2 credits) 60 minutes 522 22357

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Piano private instruction (2 credits) 60 minutes 523 22358

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Voice private instruction (2 credits) 60 minutes 524 22359

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Composition private instruction (2 credits) 60 minutes 525 22360

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Flute private instruction (2 credits) 60 minutes 526 22361

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Piano private instruction (2 credits) 60 minutes 527 22362

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Jazz guitar private instruction (2 credits) 60 minutes 528 22363

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Violin private instruction (2 credits) 60 minutes 529 22364

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Percussion private instruction (2 credits) 60 minutes 530 22365

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Woodwinds private instruction (2 credits) 60 minutes 531 22366

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Bass private instruction (2 credits) 60 minutes

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.

Prerequisites: MUS 131 or audition for guitar, piano, and voice; audition for all other instruments; MUS 100 or permission from music department coordinator for composition. Since private lessons may be repeated for credit for a total of four semesters, they must be taken in sequence, beginning with MUS 141. A fee is added to tuition. Scheduling lessons depends on the availability of an instructor and space. To arrange for an audition, or to schedule lessons, contact the Department Chair at 303 361-7391. Course Note: Private instruction consists of one lesson per week. One credit private instruction meets 30 minutes per week; two credit private instruction meets one hour per week. 510 20921

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

ARR

ARR

STAFF

Guitar private instruction--30 minutes CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN 511 20426

CR DATES

TIMES

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

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CAMPUS LOC

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INST

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Italiano, R

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ARR

Johnson, K

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Kirk, E

ARR

ARR

Canton, J

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Fahrion, S

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ARR

Dadian, C

ARR

ARR

Scott, J

ARR

ARR

Antony, T

ARR

ARR

Erhardt, S

ARR

ARR

STAFF

ARR

ARR

STAFF

ARR

ARR

Italiano, R

ARR

ARR

Johnson, K

ARR

ARR

Kirk, E

ARR

ARR

Canton, J

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ARR

Fahrion, S

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ARR

Dadian, C

ARR

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Scott, J

ARR

ARR

Antony, T

ARR

ARR

Erhardt, S

ARR

ARR

STAFF

Piano private instruction--30 minutes 512 20923

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Voice private instruction--30 minutes 513 21719

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Composition private instruction--30 minutes 514 21720

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Flute private instruction--30 minutes 515 21721

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Piano private instruction--30 minutes 516 21813

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Jazz guitar private instruction--30 minutes 517 22203

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Violin private instruction--30 minutes 518 22204

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Percussion private instruction--30 minutes 519 22205

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Woodwinds private instruction--30 minutes 520 22206

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Bass private instruction--30 minutes 521 22369

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Guitar private instruction - 60 minutes 522 22371

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Piano private instruction - 60 minutes 523 22372

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Voice private instruction - 60 minutes 524 22373

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Composition private instruction - 60 minutes 525 22374

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Flute private instruction - 60 minutes 526 22375

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Piano private instruction - 60 minutes 527 22376

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Jazz guitar private instruction - 60 minutes 528 22463

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Violin private instruction - 60 minutes 529 22378

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Percussion private instruction - 60 minutes 530 22379

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Woodwinds private instruction - 60 minutes 531 22380

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Bass private instruction - 60 minutes

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.

CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC

RM

INST

Prerequisites: MUS 131 or audition for guitar, piano, and voice; audition for all other instruments; MUS 100 or permission from music department coordinator for composition. Since private lessons may be repeated for credit for a total of four semesters, they must be taken in sequence, beginning with MUS 141. A fee is added to tuition. Scheduling lessons depends on the availability of an instructor and space. To arrange for an audition, or to schedule lessons, contact the Department Chair at 303 361-7391. Course Note: Private instruction consists of one lesson per week. One credit private instruction meets 30 minutes per week; two credit private instruction meets one hour per week. 510 20922

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

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Dadian, C

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Scott, J

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Antony, T

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Erhardt, S

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Italiano, R

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Johnson, K

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Kirk, E

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Canton, J

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Dadian, C

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Scott, J

ARR

ARR

Antony, T

ARR

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Erhardt, S

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Guitar private instruction--30 minutes 511 20427

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Piano private instruction--30 minutes 512 20924

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Voice private instruction--30 minutes 513 21722

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Composition private instruction--30 minutes 514 21723

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Flute private instruction--30 minutes 515 21724

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Piano private instruction--30 minutes 516 21814

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Jazz guitar private instruction--30 minutes 517 22207

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Violin private instruction-- 30 minutes 518 22208

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Percussion private instruction-- 30 minutes 519 22209

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Woodwinds private instruction-- 30 minutes 520 22210

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Bass private instruction-- 30 minutes 521 22381

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Guitar private instruction - 60 minutes 522 22383

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Piano private instruction - 60 minutes 523 22384

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Voice private instruction - 60 minutes 524 22385

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Composition private instruction - 60 minutes 525 22387

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Flute private instruction - 60 minutes 526 22388

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Piano private instruction - 60 minutes 527 22389

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Jazz guitar private instruction - 60 minutes 528 22390

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Violin private instruction - 60 minutes 529 22391

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Percussion private instruction - 60 minutes 530 22392

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Woodwinds private instruction - 60 minutes 531 22394

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Bass private instruction - 60 minutes CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC

RM

INST

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.

Prerequisites: MUS 131 or audition for guitar, piano, and voice; audition for all other instruments; MUS 100 or permission from music department coordinator for composition. Since private lessons may be repeated for credit for a total of four semesters, they must be taken in sequence, beginning with MUS 141. A fee is added to tuition. Scheduling lessons depends on the availability of an instructor and space. To arrange for an audition, or to schedule lessons, contact the Department Chair at 303 361-7391. Course Note: Private instruction consists of one lesson per week. One credit private instruction meets 30 minutes per week; two credit private instruction meets one hour per week. 510 21725

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

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Dadian, C

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Scott, J

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Antony, T

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Antony, T

Guitar private instruction--30 minutes 511 21726

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Piano private instruction-- 30 minutes 512 21727

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Voice private instruction-- 30 minutes 513 21728

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Composition private instruction-- 30 minutes 514 21729

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Flute private instruction--30 minutes 515 21730

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Piano private instruction-- 30 minutes 516 21815

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Jazz guitar private instruction-- 30 minutes 517 22212

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Violin private instruction--30 minutes 518 22213

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Percussion private instruction-- 30 minutes 519 22215

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Woodwinds private instruction-- 30 minutes 520 22216

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Bass private instruction-- 30 minutes 521 22395

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Guitar private instruction - 60 minutes 522 22396

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Piano private instruction - 60 minutes 523 22397

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Voice private instruction - 60 minutes 524 22398

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Composition private instruction - 60 minutes 525 22399

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Flute private instruction - 60 minutes 526 22400

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Piano private instruction - 60 minutes 527 22401

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Jazz guitar private instruction - 60 minutes 528 22402

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Violin private instruction - 60 minutes 529 22403

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Percussion private instruction - 60 minutes CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN 530 22404

CR DATES

TIMES

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

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CAMPUS LOC

RM

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ARR

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Erhardt, S

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STAFF

Woodwinds private instruction - 60 minutes 531 22405

2 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

Bass private instruction - 60 minutes

MUS 151 ENSEMBLE I

Weekly rehearsals are required for the public concerts. May be repeated for credit for four semesters. This course is also available as Continuing Education for $100.00. 163 20749

1 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM

W

CFA

100

Lewis, C

MUS 152 ENSEMBLE II

Weekly rehearsals are required for the public concerts. May be repeated for credit for four semesters. This course is also available as Continuing Education for $100.00. 163 21731 1 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 0600PM 0840PM W CFA 100 STAFF

MUS 153 ENSEMBLE III

Weekly rehearsals are required for the public concerts. May be repeated for credit for four semesters. This course is also available as Continuing Education for $100.00. 163 21732 1 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 0600PM 0840PM W CFA 100 STAFF

MUS 154 ENSEMBLE IV

Weekly rehearsals are required for the public concerts. May be repeated for credit for four semesters. This course is also available as Continuing Education for $100.00. 163 21733 1 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 0600PM 0840PM W CFA 100 STAFF

MUS 167 MUSIC BUSINESS I – CRN 21831, CANCELLED

PARALEGAL

Program Coordinator: Margaret Ann Uchner (303) 340-7254, Department Chair: Michael Carter (303) 340-7211, Administrative Assistant: Stephanie Agner (303) 340-7076 A paralegal is a person, qualified by education, training or work experience, who is employed or retained by a lawyer, law office, corporation, governmental agency, or other entity and who performs specifically delegated substantive legal work for which a lawyer is responsible. Paralegals are not authorized to practice law in any way, as the practice of law is restricted to persons who are licenses by this or any other state. Any act that requires a legal license to perform, unless otherwise authorized by applicable court rules, constitutes unauthorized practice of law.

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 20428 161 21545

3 28-Aug-12 11-Dec-12 3 27-Aug-12 10-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM 0600PM 0840PM

T M

CLCSIM 121 CLCSIM 144

STAFF STAFF

W

CLCSIM 144

Rossi, D

PAR 116 TORTS

A basic course in tort law, including negligence, intentional torts, and strict liability, with emphasis on personal injury litigation. 160 21598

3 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM

PAR 117 FAMILY LAW

Covers domestic law, common property, dissolutions, adoptions, legal separation, and other family law issues. 176 21816 3 4-Sep-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

STAFF

PAR 118 CONTRACTS

Covers the basic principles of contract law. Includes offer, acceptance, intent, consideration, capacity, performance, and remedies. 160 20429 3 28-Aug-12 11-Dec-12 0600PM 0840PM T

CLCSIM 120

Reinhardt, A

PAR 201 CIVIL LITIGATION

Intensive study of the legal process including the Federal and Colorado Rules of Civil Procedure.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of PAR 115 (grade C or higher) or permission of Program Coordinator. 160 20430

3 28-Aug-12 11-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM

T

CLCSIM 102

Covington, L

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 23374

3 27-Aug-12 10-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM

M

CLCSIM 146

O’Hara, C

PAR 208 PROBATE AND ESTATES CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC

RM

INST

Provides an understanding of the creation and administration of estates, including wills and trusts, and the probate process.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of PAR 115 (grade C or higher) or permission of Program Coordinator. Course Note: Offered Fall semester only. 160 20734

3 29-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM

W

CLCSIM 146

Harris, S

PAR 209 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

Studies the powers of government as they are allocated and defined by the United States Constitution.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of PAR 115 (grade C or higher) or permission of Program Coordinator. 110 20982 176 21599

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 4-Sep-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

1100AM

1215PM

MW

CLCSIM 146

STAFF Tilger, A

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 20431

3 27-Aug-12 10-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM

M

CLCSIM 100

Wilkerson, T

PAR 214 LEGAL RESEARCH AND WRITING II

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 20432

3 27-Aug-12 10-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM

M

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. 160 21756

3 30-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM

R

CLCSIM 120

Cansler, E

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 20433

3 23-Apr-12

16-Feb-13

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 20434

3 23-Apr-12

16-Feb-13

Uchner, M

PHILOSOPHY

Coordinator: David Spiegel (303) 340-7562, Department Chair: Ruthanne Orihuela (303) 361-7391, Administrative Assistant, Mary Westendorf (303) 361-7428

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?", "How is knowledge possible?"

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 112 113 161

20435 20436 20437 20438

171 20439 CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

3 3 3 3

27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 31-Aug-12 30-Aug-12

3 23-Oct-12

12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 14-Dec-12 13-Dec-12

0800AM 0915AM 0930AM 1045AM 0900AM 1140AM 0600PM 0840PM

MW TR F R

CCLA CLCSIM CCLA CCLA

212 102 114 204

Skene, M Spiegel, D Bork, N STAFF

11-Dec-12 HYBRID

0600PM 0840PM

T

CCLA

212

McGreevy, J

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN 176 20440

CR DATES 3 4-Sep-12

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC

RM

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

INST Finnegan, S

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 ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 20441

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0800AM

112 113 161 171

3 3 3 3

0930AM 1045AM 0900AM 1140AM 0600PM 0840PM 0600PM 0840PM

20442 20443 21043 22169

176 20444

27-Aug-12 31-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 24-Oct-12

3 4-Sep-12

12-Dec-12 14-Dec-12 10-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 HYBRID

0915AM

TR

CLCNOR 216

MW F M W

CST CCLA CCLA CCLA

205 212 307 104

Honsberger, W Bork, N McGreevy, J Mathew, E Mehring, W

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

Mathew, E

PHI 113 LOGIC (GT: AH3)

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 ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 20751 112 20752 113 21600

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

176 20445

3 4-Sep-12

0930AM 1230PM 0330PM

1045AM 0145PM 0445PM

MW TR TR

CCLA CCLA CCLA

112 112 214

Colle, I Spiegel, D Sage, D

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

Spiegel, D

Course Note: This is an online course that includes video lectures from the instructor that further explain and illuminate the assigned textbook content. These videos essentially give students a “front row” seat in the classroom.

PHI 114 COMPARATIVE RELIGION (GT: AH3)

Introduces students to the similarities and differences among concepts predominant in the major world religions, comparing sociological, philosophical, and phenomenological similarities between major world faiths. Designed to transfer to any four-year college philosophy, religious studies, or humanities department.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 21601

3 31-Aug-12 14-Dec-12

176 20773

3 4-Sep-12

1100AM

0140PM

F

CCLA

204

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

Honsberger, W Dooyema, 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 ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 20446 112 21602

3 31-Aug-12 14-Dec-12 3 31-Aug-12 14-Dec-12

1100AM 1100AM

0140PM 0140PM

F F

CCLA 314 CLCSIM 120

Spiegel, D Dooyema, D

PHI 220 PHILOSOPHY OF DEATH AND DYING (GT: AH3)

Explores the major philosophical questions surrounding death and dying: the metaphysical arguments for and against the existence of a soul and life after bodily death, the epistemological assessment of arguments for the soul and life after death, the ethical justifications taken on positions such as rational suicide and assisted suicide, as well as a focus on philosophy's existentialist contribution to questions about the meaning of life and the meaning of death.

Prerequisites: Successful completion of ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 171 21874 CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON

3 29-Aug-12 17-Oct-12

HYBRID

0600PM 0840PM

W

CCLA

307

Mehring, W

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

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC

RM

INST

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Department Chair: Patrick Schooler (303) 340-7217, 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.

Corequisites: FST 100, FST 102, FST 103, and FST 107. Course Note: Requires acceptance in and co-enrollment in the Spring Fire Academy 500 21851

1 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

STAFF

PHYSICS

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

PHY 111 ALGEBRA BASED I WITH LAB (GT: SC1)

Enables students to explore the truth about physical reality through reasoning, mathematics, and experimentation. Examines kinematics, force, circular motion, energy, momentum, torque, rotational dynamics, simple harmonic motion, temperature, heat, and thermodynamics. The concepts and theories presented are explored through demonstrations and hands-on experiments. It is a general physics course recommended for all of the health sciences and other interested students. Students entering engineering or one of the advanced sciences should register for PHY 211.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of MAT 121 (grade C or higher). Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 310 20447

5 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

0100PM

0405PM

MW

CLCWES 214

Andersen, V

PHY 211 PHYSICS: CALCULUS BASED I WITH LAB (GT: SC1)

Enables students to examine the truth about our physical reality through reasoning, mathematics, and experimentation. Covers kinematics, force, gravity, energy, momentum, torque, rotational dynamics, fluids, and waves. The concepts and theories presented in class are explored through demonstrations and hands-on experiments. The first semester calculus-based physics course is recommended for students entering engineering or one of the advanced sciences.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of MAT 201 (grade C or higher). Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 310 20448

5 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0130PM

0410PM

TR

CLCWES 214

Andersen, V

POLITICAL SCIENCE

Department Chair: Geoffrey Hunt (303) 360-4825, Administrative Assistant: Mary Westendorf (303) 361-7428

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 ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 20449

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

176 23366

3 4-Sep-12

0930AM

1045AM

MW

CCLA

104

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

Pace, G Mote, T

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 ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 20450 161 20451 176 20452

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 27-Aug-12 10-Dec-12 3 4-Sep-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

0200PM 0315PM 0600PM 0840PM

TR M

CCLA CCLA

102 202

Pace, G Froning, D Mote, T

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 ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. 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

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN 110 23368

CR DATES

TIMES

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0330PM

0415PM

DAY

CAMPUS LOC

TR

CCLA

RM 106

INST Pace, R

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 ENG 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment score. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 22408

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

1230PM

0145PM

MW

CCLA

314

Pace, G

PSYCHOLOGY

Coordinator: Jenn Dale (303) 360-4730, Department Chair: Geoffrey Hunt (303) 360-4825, Administrative Assistant: Mary Westendorf, (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, and memory.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 090 and REA 090 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 110 111 112 113

20453 20454 20455 20456

3 3 3 3

27-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 27-Aug-12

12-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 12-Dec-12

0800AM 0930AM 1100AM 1230PM

0915AM 1045AM 1215PM 0145PM

MW MW MW MW

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

106 302 314 102

Rivas, B Cauthon, S Norwood, M Norwood, M

114 115 116 117

21683 20900 20457 20458

3 3 3 3

27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 28-Aug-12

12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 13-Dec-12

0200PM 0930AM 1100AM 1230PM

0315PM 1045AM 1215PM 0145PM

MW TR TR TR

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

107 314 212 204

O'Dell, K Norwood, M Spotts, C Rivas, B

160 162 172 176

20459 20460 21042 20461

3 3 3 3

27-Aug-12 29-Aug-12 11-Sep-12 4-Sep-12

10-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 11-Dec-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

0600PM 0840PM 0600PM 0840PM 0600PM 0840PM

M W T

CCLA CCLA CCLA

102 214 304

Spotts, C Cauthon, R STAFF Bradford, L

177 20497

3 4-Sep-12

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

Bradford, L

Prerequisites for S Sections: Successful completion of ENG 090 and REA 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. Corequisite: PSY 101 S sections and REA 076 are corequisites. Students enrolled in PSY 101 S sections must enroll in REA 076. S10 S11 S12 S13

22414 22415 22416 22417

3 3 3 3

27-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 27-Aug-12

12-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 12-Dec-12 12-Dec-12

0800AM 0930AM 1100AM 1230PM

0915AM 1045AM 1215PM 0145PM

MW MW MW MW

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

106 302 314 102

Rivas, B Cauthon, S Norwood, M Norwood, M

S14 S16 S17 S60

22418 22419 22420 22421

3 3 3 3

27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 27-Aug-12

12-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 10-Dec-12

0200PM 0315PM 1100AM 1215PM 1230PM 0145PM 0600PM 0840PM

MW TR TR M

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

107 212 204 102

O'Dell, K Spotts, C Rivas, B Spotts, C

3 11-Sep-12 11-Dec-12

0600PM 0840PM

T

CCLA

304

STAFF

S72 22422

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, and sexuality. This is a stand-alone course; PSY 101 is not a prerequisite.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 090 and REA 090 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 110 20462

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0930AM

1045AM

TR

CCLA

212

Westmoreland, D

111 20463 176 21684

3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12 3 4-Sep-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

1230PM

0145PM

MW

CCLA

107

O'Dell, K Bradford, L

PSY 205 PSYCHOLOGY OF GENDER (GT: SS3)

Examines gender comparisons in work, courtship, family life, and sexual behavior throughout the life span. CHECK FOR ADDITIONAL CLASSES ON REGISTRATION LINK. CLASSES MAY HAVE BEEN ADDED TO ACCOMMODATE MORE STUDENTS.

(GT) indicates a statewide guaranteed transfer course

CLASS LOCATIONS

Shaded areas show evening classes.

Lowry Campus

CLCWES Lowry-West Quad

CC – CentreTech Campus

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

CLCNOR Lowry-North Quad

CLCCFS Lowry-CFS

CADM – Administration Building

CST – Student Center

CLCSIM Lowry – Center for Sim

CLC 840 & 905

CCLA – Classroom Building

CON – CCA Online

CFA – Fine Arts Building


Courses SEC CRN

CR DATES

TIMES

DAY

CAMPUS LOC

RM

INST

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 090 and REA 090 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 110 21685

3 27-Aug-12 16-Dec-12

1230PM

0145PM

TR

CCLA

107

Dale, J

PSY 217 HUMAN SEXUALITY (GT: SS3)

Surveys physiological, psychological, and psychosocial aspects of human sexuality. Topics include relationships, sexual identity, and sexual health.

Prerequisite: Successful completion of ENG 090 and REA 090 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 111 20741 112 20901

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12 3 27-Aug-12 12-Dec-12

1100AM 1100AM

1215PM 1215PM

TR MW

CCLA CCLA

107 107

Dale, J Dale, J

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. 110 20768

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0200PM

0315PM

TR

CCLA

107

Cauthon, R

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 ENG 090 and REA 090 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. Course Note: This is a statewide guaranteed transfer course. 110 20464

3 28-Aug-12 13-Dec-12

0930AM

111 112 360 361 376

3 3 3 3 3

0330PM 0445PM 0200PM 0440PM 0600PM 0840PM 0600PM 0840PM

20465 20742 20902 20466 20467

377 20498

27-Aug-12 28-Aug-12 27-Aug-12 30-Aug-12 4-Sep-12

3 4-Sep-12

12-Dec-12 11-Dec-12 10-Dec-12 13-Dec-12 16-Dec-12 ONLINE

1045AM

TR

CCLA

307

Cauthon, S

MW T M R

CCLA CCLA CCLA CCLA

307 302 209 107

Westmoreland, D O'Dell, K Hoskins, C Cauthon, R STAFF

16-Dec-12 ONLINE

STAFF

Prerequisites for S Sections: Successful completion of ENG 090 and REA 060 (grade C or higher) or equivalent assessment scores. Corequisite: PSY 235 S sections and REA 076 are corequisites. Student