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Live in New Student Housing, page 56

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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Getting Started..............................................................................2

TABLE OF CONTENTS FEATURES

Dates and Deadlines.....................................................................5 Getting Started Details..................................................................6 Veterans’ Resource Center...........................................................6 Early Learning Center...................................................................7 Frequently Asked Questions.........................................................7 Financial Aid..................................................................................7 Tuition and Payment ..................................................................7-8 Residency for Tuition Purposes/Tuition Reduction Programs.......................................................................................9 eLearning............................................................................... 10-11 East County Campus............................................................ 12-13 Abbreviations...............................................................................14 Class Schedule for Winter 2018............................................ 15-36 Maps......................................................................................52, 55 Office Hours and Phone Numbers..............................................53

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Getting Started................................................................. 2

Want to become an Everett Community College student? Grab this list and get started now!

Veterans Resource Center.............................................. 6

Visit Baker Hall 203 and 204 to find out why EvCC was named a military friendly school.

Early Learning Center..................................................... 7

Parents welcome at EvCC! Find out about exceptional and affordable on-campus childcare.

Paying for School.......................................................... 7-8

Learn about tuition costs, how to make a payment, deadlines and other essential financial details.

eLearning................................................................... 10-11

Learn how you want, when you want. We offer classes face-to-face, online and a combination of both.

East County Campus............................................... 12-13

Parking, Directions and Transit....................................................54

Web Addresses for Popular EvCC Sites.....................................54

Advanced Manufacturing............................ 21, 26, 33, 43

Take classes east of the trestle in Monroe.

Learn teamwork and problem-solving while designing and building tools, rockets, drones, or paddle boards. Classes in Everett and Arlington.

Health Sciences........................................................30, 38

Train for meaningful, challenging work in one of the nation’s fastest growing career fields.

Student Housing: Live on Campus!.............................56 The Everett Community College class schedule (USPS 012133, Vol 27, No. 2) is published quarterly by Everett Community College, 2000 Tower Street, Everett, Washington 982011390. Periodicals postage is paid at Everett, WA. Postmaster: Send address changes to Everett Community College, Class Schedule, 2000 Tower Street, Everett, Washington 98201-1390.

Apply now to live in one of EvCC’s residence halls, Mountain View or the brand-new Cedar Hall. Front cover and page 3 photos: Derek Walker, Mark Mulligan, and Dora Garay

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Advising......................................................................................5-6

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Start your career pathway with I-BEST supported classes I-BEST: Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training • Winter quarter: Early Childhood Education, IT, and Business career pathways • Two instructors team-teach in each I-BEST class • Extra support in the classes to increase student success • Improve your English, math, communication, and professional skills • Work on your high school equivalency or GED® at the same time (if needed) to fast track your career pathway! For more information, contact Dustin Levesque at 425-388-9159 or email IBEST@everettcc.edu

Snow day. Be the first to know when class is cancelled. Sign up now at EverettCC.edu/Emergency and receive EvCC emergency alerts sent right to your cell phone. Joining is free and you won’t receive any spam.

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WINTER 2018 EXAM SCHEDULE Class Normal Start

Class Normal Days

Final Exam

Time

Time Daily or MTWTh or

Between 7:40 & 8:40

Between 8:45 & 9:55

Between 10:00 & 10:55

Between 11:00 & 11:55

Between 12:00 & 12:55

Between 1:00 & 1:55

Between 2:00 & 2:55

Between 3:00 & 3:55

Between 4:00 & 4:55 Between 5:00 & 5:55 Between 6:00 & 6:55 After 6:55

Final Exam Date

8:00 to 9:50

Thursday, March 22

MWF or MW or M or W

8:00 to 9:50

Friday, March 23

Daily or MTWTh or

8:00 to 9:50

Tuesday, March 20

MWF or MW or M or W

8:00 to 9:50

Wednesday, March 21

Daily or MTWTh or

10:00 to 11:50

Tuesday, March 20

MWF or MW or M or W

10:00 to 11:50

Wednesday, March 21

Daily or MTWTh or

10:00 to 11:50

Thursday, March 22

MWF or MW or M or W

10:00 to 11:50

Friday, March 23

Daily or MTWTh or

12:00 to 1:50

Thursday, March 22

MWF or MW or M or W

12:00 to 1:50

Friday, March 23

Daily or MTWTh or

12:00 to 1:50

Tuesday, March 20

MWF or MW or M or W

12:00 to 1:50

Wednesday, March 21

Daily or MTWTh or

2:00 to 3:50

Tuesday, March 20

MWF or MW or M or W

2:00 to 3:50

Wednesday, March 21

Daily or MTWTh or

2:00 to 3:50

Thursday, March 22

MWF or MW or M or W

2:00 to 3:50

Friday, March 23

MTTh or TTh or T or Th

4:00 to 5:50

Tuesday, March 20

MWF or MW or M or W

4:00 to 5:50

Friday, March 23

MTTh or TTh or T or Th

5:00 to 6:50

Thursday, March 22

MWF or MW or M or W

5:00 to 6:50

Wednesday, March 21

MTTh or TTh or T or Th

7:00 to 8:50

Thursday, March 22

MWF or MW or M or W

7:00 to 8:50

Wednesday, March 21

MTTh or TTh or T or Th

7:00 to 8:50

Tuesday, March 20

MWF or MW or M or W

7:00 to 8:50

Friday, March 23

TTh or T or Th

TTh or T or Th

TTh or T or Th

TTh or T or Th

TTh or T or Th

TTh or T or Th

TTh or T or Th

TTh or T or Th

DATES AND DEADLINES WINTER 2018

DATES & DEADLINES

DATES & DEADLINES

DATES & DEADLINES Graduation application deadline for Winter 2018............................. October 27 Graduation application deadline for Spring 2018..............................February 2 Advising Week..............................................................October 30-November 3 Begin Center for Disability Services & Veterans approved priority registration...........................................................November 2 Deadline to pay tuition .................... If you register November 2-December 20, tuition is due within 5 business days. If you register on or after December 21, tuition is due January 5 by 4:30pm. Once the quarter starts, tuition is due at the time of registration. Current student registration by access date/time...................................................................... November 6-9 Deadline for new/returning (gone more than 2 quarters) students to apply and receive new student early registration........November 6 Begin new student early registration for this term by access date/time........................................................................November 14 Begin early open continuous registration for this term.................November 16 Last day to add without instructor permission, 4:30pm .................... January 5 First day of Winter Quarter.................................................................. January 8 100% refund deadline, 4:30pm**.......................................................January 12 Last day to drop with no record, 4:30pm...........................................January 19 50% refund deadline, 4:30pm**........................................................ January 26 Payment deadlines for 20-40 Plan, 4:30pm......... January 26 and February 16 Deadline to make residency changes for Winter Quarter.................February 6 Last day to drop with a W or change audit status, 4:30pm................... March 2 Classes end.......................................................................................... March 19 Final examinations..........................................................................March 20-23 Grades posted to transcripts................................................................ March 28 College holidays/closures......... December 25-29; January 1, 15; February 19 ** These deadlines are different for self-support and non-standard classes. There is no 50% refund for self-support classes. See page 7 for information about self support-classes. NOTE: The deadlines above apply to most college-credit courses that span a full term. Contact 425-388-9219 for details about deadlines. Special deadlines are listed with specific classes in this publication.

ADVISING AND INFORMATION SESSIONS Aviation Maintenance February 8, April 12, 3pm 9711 32nd PL W Paine Field Building C-80

Engineering Technology December 6, January 17, February 14, 5pm AMTEC

Mechatronics December 6, January 17, February 14, 5pm AMTEC

Avionics February 15, April 19, 3pm 9711 32nd PL W Paine Field Building C-80

Fire Science and Emergency Medical Technician November 7, December 5, 5pm Liberty Hall, Room 113

Nursing EverettCC.edu/Nursing

Composites December 6, January 17, February 14, 5pm AMTEC

Health Sciences November 7, 1pm Liberty Hall, Room 209

Cosmetology November 2, February 2, May 10, 6:30pm 9315 State Ave, Ste. G, Marysville

Manufacturing Pre-Employment December 6, January 17, February 14, 5pm AMTEC Feb 13, 4pm Weston High School

Certified Nursing Assistant November 15, December 4, 10am Liberty Hall, Room 311 ORCA Ocean Research College Academy January 25, March 1, April 19, 6pm 1205 Craftsman Way, Suite 203, Everett Call 425-267-0156 for information.

Precision Machining December 6, January 17, February 14, 5pm AMTEC Feb 13, 4pm Weston High School Welding and Fabrication December 6, January 17, February 14, 5pm AMTEC Free Certificate Information Sessions for IT, Electronics & Troubleshooting, management careers, and more. EverettCC.edu/CCEC or call 425-267-0150

Questions? Go to EverettCC.edu or call Enrollment Services: 425-388-9219

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GETTING STARTED DETAILS GETTING STARTED

ADMISSION INFORMATION New student: Never attended EvCC before. Age 18 or older or has high school diploma or GED®.

VETERANS

Returning student: Hasn’t attended EvCC for two or more quarters. GED®, ELA, and high school completion students: Call 425-388-9339 for information. ELA extra support: The BRIDGES Center provides free classes and support to English language learners. Contact 425-259-8789. International students: If you are an international student on an F-1 visa, call 425-259-8757 or send an email to intadm@everettcc.edu Process for new and returning students: Apply for admission online at EverettCC.edu/Admissions Priority deadline: If you apply by the quarterly priority deadline (EverettCC.edu/Deadlines), you will receive priority registration. The priority application deadline for Winter is November 6.

HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMS There are several options for students under the age of 18 to take college level classes for enrichment, acceleration or high school completion. Running Start. For 11-12th graders interested in taking classes at the college. RunningStart@everettcc.edu ORCA. For 11-12th graders interested in marine science. EverettCC.edu/ORCA College in the High School. College classes at the high school. EverettCC.edu/CHS Tech Prep. Vocational college classes at the high school. techprep@everettcc.edu High School Completion & High School 21. Contact HSC@everettcc.edu Youth Re-Engagement. Contact 425-259-8738. SummerSmart. For students under 18 interested in taking summer classes at the College. EverettCC.edu/SummerSmart

PLACEMENT Placement is required of all students taking 7+ credits or taking courses with English and/or math prerequisites. Methods for placement are listed at EverettCC.edu/Placement. Free language, chemistry and physics placement tests are also available. The main campus Testing Center is in Glacier Hall, 109, 425-388-9288. Testing and schedule information is available at EverettCC/Testing The EvCC East County Campus offers testing in Monroe MondayFriday. Call 425-259-8732 to schedule.

GED® TESTING GED® testing is offered by appointment in the Glacier Hall Testing Center and at East County Campus in Monroe. The schedule is available at EverettCC.edu/Testing or by calling 425-388-9288.

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The Veterans’ Resource Center (VRC) is located in Baker Hall, Room 203. 425-388-9277. Staff are available to assist veterans and activate all veterans’ educational benefits. • Veterans may be eligible for priority registration. Work with the VRC to determine your eligibility. • If you are on a waitlist for a class, work with the VRC to make sure funding is in place. • The VA will not pay for online or hybrid courses below 100 level. • Military veterans, current members of the National Guard, and some dependents of deceased or permanently disabled veterans may be eligible for a tuition discount. Must be Washington residents. Contact the EvCC Veterans’ Resource Center for certification. An approved certification card must be submitted at the time of registration. • Active-duty military and dependents, and dependants of National Guard members, may be eligible for resident tuition if they are otherwise classified as non-residents. A copy of active duty orders and dependent card (or other verification) is required at the time of registration.

GI Jobs Magazine named EvCC a military friendly school.

Mandatory Advising Meet with a faculty advisor before registering for your third quarter. Questions: 425-388-9339 EverettCC.edu/Advising


MONEY What if I need financial aid? 1. Start the process by completing the online Free Application for Federal Student Aid (“FAFSA”) at fafsa.gov or the WASFA (HB1079/ Qualifying DACA Students) at readysetgrad.org. Use only the government website for the FAFSA because some other websites charge a fee. 2. EvCC’s Financial Aid Office will email you when they receive your FAFSA or WASFA with the additional information they need from you. Your application is not complete until you submit this information. Get the additional information and forms to them by the deadlines listed at EverettCC.edu/FA 3. Monitor your financial aid account using the Student Financial Aid Portal: EverettCC.edu/FAstatus 4. If your entire application (FAFSA/WASFA and additional documents/information) is complete by the deadline, you may qualify for a hold on your account, so that you are not dropped from classes. If you qualify the hold is automatically done by Financial Aid. 5. If you change your mind about attending, you must drop your classes.

What if I don’t qualify for Financial Aid? The Worforce Funding office assists students in locating non-financial aid funding sources. Some are based on income or program, so visit them and find out if you qualify for funding. Visit EverettCC.edu/Workforce for a list of funding options.

What if I owe EvCC money? Your registration and access to your transcript may be blocked until all debts are resolved. Make sure you clear your account at least 24 hours before you want to register for classes. The College reserves the right to bill students for unpaid tuition and fees or drop students from unpaid classes. Returned checks, cancelled credits cards, employer refusal to pay, ineligibility or lateness for financial aid and other reasons for non-payment may result in a direct bill to the student and/or referral to a collection agency.

What if I dropped a class. Do I get a refund?

Your employer is paying. As the student, you are responsible for submitting a payment voucher from your employer or agency to the Cashiers Office in Parks 201. Submit it immediately after registration. If there will be a short delay in payment, work with the Cashiers Office to see if your account can be on “hold” so you won’t be dropped from classes for non-payment. Trade Act is paying. Work with Workforce Funding before registering. Immediately after registering, go to the Cashiers Office and identify yourself as a Trade Act student, so your account is properly created. Questions: 425-259-8755. Worker Retraining is paying. Work with Workforce Funding. Questions: 425-259-8755. Opportunity Grant is paying. Work with Workforce Funding. Grants must be validated every quarter. Questions: 425-259-8755.

REGISTRATION What if I’m on a waitlist? 1. Monitor your waitlist status daily through My EvCC. Everettcc.edu/MyEvCC You will be notified by email if you are moved into a class. Once you are in a class, standard tuition deadlines apply (see page 4). 2. Being on a waitlist never guarantees entry into the class. 3. Waitlists run automatically through the day before the quarter begins. 4. Most Importantly: You do not have to pay tuition for waitlisted classes unless/until you are actually moved off the waitlist and into the class. Financial Aid, Veterans and other populations needing to prove you are registered full-time (12 credits): If you are on a waitlist those credits will not show in your total credits or tuition due. Your check/funding may be delayed until you get off the waitlist and into the class. Advisors can help you explore alternatives. 5. If you are on a waitlist when classes begin, you must go to the first class to guarantee consideration for the class. If the class is online, please email the instructor by the first day of the class to indicate you are still interested in being in the class.

Look at the refund deadlines on page 5. Some classes have different deadlines, and those will be listed in the class schedule listings. All drops must be by close of business on the deadline day. A refund, if due, is mailed to the student’s address on file or credited back to the credit card or agency. Refunds can take up to five weeks to process. Refunds under $10 will only be processed with a written request from the student. For students receiving financial aid, refunds may also be calculated in accordance with state/federal rules. These formulas are published in the Financial Aid procedures manual. Dropping classes during the quarter may trigger a request for repayment of financial aid money.

What if I sign up for classes and then decide not to attend (for whatever reason)?

What if someone else is paying my tuition?

• Qualifying EvCC students receive priority enrollment, subsidized rates, or free ECEAP preschool. Go to EverettCC.edu/ELC

If your funding source does not cover all of your tuition and fees, it is your responsibility to pay the remaining charges. Following are some common third party payment sources.

FAQ

FAQ

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Drop the classes you are not going to attend. Never assume that the college has dropped you just because you didn’t show up for classes or because your financial aid funding didn’t go through.

CHILD CARE What if I need child care? • Early Learning Center is on campus for children 12 months – 5 years old.

Questions? Go to EverettCC.edu or call Enrollment Services: 425-388-9219

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TUITION AND PAYMENT TUITION & PAYMENT

FEES

HOW TO PAY

All students in credit classes are charged these two fees once each quarter: • Campus Enhancement Fee: $5 per credit (maximum $50) • Technology Fee: $3.50/credit (maximum $35)

TESTING FEES • COMPASS placement testing fee: $33.70 (nonrefundable); test retakes: $11.24 • GED® test series: $120 ($30/section) paid through GED.com • Proctor test fee: $16.85 • Spanish, French German, Russian and Chinese advanced placement: $10

SELF-SUPPORT CLASSES Self-support classes are identified in the class schedule listings. Selfsupport classes do not follow the tuition rates. Financial Aid will pay for self-support but some funding sources will not.

Online: Pay with Visa or MasterCard at EverettCC.edu/CreditCardPay In Person: At the Cashiers Office in Parks 201. We accept check, money order, cash, personal checks (for the exact amount of tuition and fees), Visa, Mastercard or debit card.

20/40 PAYMENT PLAN EvCC offers the 20/40 Plan. Students may make three payments: The first payment of half the tuition and fees is due by the normal deadline. The second and third payments are due by the 20th calendar day and the 40th calendar day of one quarter. There is a $10.60 fee for this service. Students start the process by going to the Cashiers Office by the 5th day of the quarter and asking for the 20-40 Plan form. This option is not available to students enrolled in selfsupport programs, EMT, Fire Science, Medical Transcription, Medical Coding and CCEC.

Self-support classes: $104.94 per credit.

PAYMENT DEADLINES

CLASS FEES Some classes require additional fees. If applicable, the specific amount of the fee appears in the class listing. If an employer or agency is paying your tuition: Go to the Cashiers Office after you register and submit payment authorization forms. Otherwise you risk being dropped due to non-payment. If your agency or employer needs proof that you are registered full-time, your best bet is to register early and work with an advisor if your classes are waitlisted. If you are moved from the waitlist into a class, you must pay immediately.

If you register November 2 - December 20, tuition is due within 5 business days. If you register on or after December 21, tuition is due January 5 by 4:30pm. Once the quarter starts, tuition is due at the time of registration. Note: The college reserves the option to bill for or drop students from unpaid classes. Students who are receiving financial aid, a scholarship, or third-party payment must make prior arrangements with Financial Aid and Cashiers Office in order to avoid being dropped. By registering you are taking personal responsibility to pay tuition and/or fees.

TUITION FOR WINTER QUARTER 2018 Note: Fees for self-support classes vary. See description above, as well as the specific course listings for unique fees. See Payment Deadlines for the payment schedule and deadlines. Fees listed in the courses section of this schedule are also subject to change. Visit EverettCC.edu for more information.

Credits

Resident Tuition

Non-Resident Tuition Reduction*

1-10

104.94 per credit

159.48 per credit

281.94 per credit

11

1,101.34

1,649.08

2,878.54

12

1,153.28

1,703.36

2,937.68

13

1,205.22

1,757.64

2,996.82

14

1,257.16

1,811.92

3,055.96

15

1,309.10

1,866.20

3,115.10

16

1,361.04

1,920.48

3,174.24

17

1,412.98

1,974.76

3,233.38

18

1,464.92

2,029.04

3,292.52

19

1,559.28

2,167.65

3,563.88

20

1,653.64

2,306.26

3,835.24

Tuition options for seniors and state employees and residency criteria for tuition purposes are described on page 9.

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POLICIES / PUBLIC INFORMATION PUBLIC INFORMATION GAINFUL EMPLOYMENT ACT GUIDE

Financially independent students who have been domiciled in the State of Washington for at least the past twelve months, and who are not in the state primarily for educational purposes, and who are not claimed as a dependent for tax purposes by a parent or guardian outside of Washington, or receiving funds from another agency which requires residence in another state. OR

TITLE IV STUDENT COMPLAINT PROCESS

Dependents of parents or legal guardians who are domiciled residents of the State of Washington. OR Active military personnel stationed in Washington State and their spouses and dependents with qualifying identification, OR Active members of the Washington National Guard and their spouses or dependents who live in Washington with qualifying identification. OR Honorably discharged veterans, who have served at least 90 days and have a home of record outside Washington State and who did not discharge from a Washington State military installation if they move to Washington State, possess a current Certificate of Eligibility for federal veteran education benefits, and enroll in a Washington State higher education institution within three years of discharge; OR Members of selected regional tribes. OR Persons who resided in Washington State for three full years immediately prior to receiving a high school diploma and completed the full senior year at a Washington high school or who completed the equivalent of a high school diploma and resided in Washington State for the three years immediately before receiving the equivalent of the diploma, and continuously resided in Washington since earning the high school diploma or its equivalent. Contact the Residency Officer in Enrollment Services to determine eligibility for this resident tuition status. All other students are considered to be non-residents for tuition-paying purposes. Special Note: US citizens and permanent residents living in Washington who have not yet gained residency in Washington State may be eligible for a partial tuition reduction. Contact Enrollment Services for more information. Any current non-resident student who wishes to be reclassified as a resident student must complete a Residency Questionnaire for determination of eligibility. Applications for reclassification in the current quarter must be submitted to the Enrollment Services Office before the 30th calendar day of the quarter. If the College discovers an error in the student’s residency status during the quarter, the Dean of Enrollment and Student Financial Services will determine whether or not additional tuition and fees are due.

TUITION REDUCTION PROGRAMS For state-supported classes, several types of students may be eligible for tuition reduction. Typically, tuition reduction programs do not apply to self-support classes. All lab fees, special fees, books and supplies must be paid. Senior Citizens, age 60 or older, may audit one or two classes, for $5 each plus fees, on a space available basis, beginning the 6th day of the term. Contact the Enrollment Services Office. Registration prior to the 6th day causes disqualification. Seniors using the audit are not required to complete orientation. State employees and educators in the K-12 public schools may contact EvCC’s Human Resources Office to seek eligibility for registration, at a 75% discount, on a space-available basis, beginning the 1st day of the term. Registration prior to the 1st day causes disqualification.

COURSE REPEAT POLICY Courses may be repeated to improve the grade earned, but credit is only earned once. To repeat a course, the student must register for the course, submit a course repeat card at the time of registration and pay all necessary fees. A course may only be repeated twice. See the College Catalog for specific procedures. The course repeat form is also available on the web at EverettCC.edu/StudentForms

For more information about EvCC graduation rates, the median debt of students who completed the program, and other important information, visit our website at EverettCC.edu/GainfulEmployment The Higher Education Act (HEA) prohibits an institution of higher education from engaging in a “substantial misrepresentation of the nature of its educational program, its financial charges, or the employability of its graduates.” 20 U.S.C. §1094(c)(3)(A). Further, each State must have “a process to review and appropriately act on complaints concerning the institution including enforcing applicable State laws.” 34 C.F.R. § 600.9. The Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges (SBCTC) maintains a process to investigate complaints of this nature brought by community and technical college students in the State of Washington. For more information, contact the SBCTC Student Services Office at 360-704-4315.

POLICIES/PUBLIC INFO

RESIDENCY FOR TUITION PURPOSES For tuition purposes, students eligible for resident tuition rates are defined as follows:

DIRECTORY INFORMATION

Under law, the College may release the following information on students to anyone who inquires: student name, major field of study, participation in officially recognized activities and sports, height and weight of athletic team members, quarters attended, degrees or awards received, birthdate, enrollment status (part-time or full-time) e-mail address, and last previous educational agency or institution attended by the student. The College may also release information to schools in which the student seeks enrollment, to agencies working under an agreement with the College, and to military recruitment services (under the Solomon Amendment.) All other information may be released only upon written permission by the student. A “Pre-authorized Emergency Information” release form is also available in Enrollment Services. A student may request that his or her directory information not be released. A full description of our practices is available in Enrollment Services.

STUDENT IDENTIFICATION

Students are required to provide Everett Community College with their correct Social Security Number (Tax Identification Number). The Internal Revenue Code allows for the assessment of penalties against students who fail to provide a correct Social Security Number to the College. Failure to comply with this requirement may result in civil penalties in the amount of $50 per IRC infraction being assessed by the IRS pursuant to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) Internal Revenue Code (IRC) 6050S and 6051. The purpose of this requirement is to provide for the issuance of Form 1098-T, Tuition Payments Statement. Everett Community College needs a correct Social Security Number to report the amount each student paid for qualifying tuition and fees to both the student and the IRS on Form 1098-T. The 1098-T contains information related to claiming tuition and fee deduction, the Hope Scholarship credit and/or the Lifetime Learning Credit on your taxes. See the College Catalog for further information about the use of your Social Security Number.

STUDENT RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The College’s Student Rights and Responsibilities Handbook contains information about Student Government, College policies and procedures and contact information. It also outlines expectations for student behavior, as well as processes for addressing conflicts, grievances, and disruptive behavior. A copy is available from the Dean of Student Development, phone 425-388-9282 or online at EverettCC.edu/StudentHandbook

STATE SUPPORT OF HIGHER EDUCATION STUDENTS

The average cost to educate a resident full-time community or technical college student for the 2017-18 academic year is $8,063. Students pay an average of $3,123 in tuition toward this cost. The remaining $4,940 is an “opportunity pathway” provided by the State and is funded by state taxes and other sources. The amounts shown are averages for a full-time, resident student. The actual tuition a student pays will vary due to credit load, residency status and other factors.

Questions? Go to EverettCC.edu or call Enrollment Services: 425-388-9219

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eLEARNING

eLEARNING eLearning at EvCC offers a variety of online, hybrid and web-enhanced courses that provide students who have jobs, a family, or other responsibilities with a more flexible and independent approach to their education. Online, hybrid and web-enhanced courses use Canvas as the software.

STEPS TO eLEARNING SUCCESS

CLASS FORMATS & FEES

1. Determine if eLearning is for you:

• Online classes require no face-to-face contact between you and your instructor.

 I can organize my time well.  I have good reading and writing skills.  I use the Internet, email and word

Class Cost: tuition + $2.81 per credit fee. • Hybrid classes combine traditional face-to-face classroom time with the flexibility of online learning. Class Cost: tuition + $2.81 per credit fee. • Web Enhanced classes are face-to-face classes that require the use of Canvas or other web-based tools. Class Cost: tuition + $2.81 per credit fee.

processing software.

I can spend 10-15 hours a week on each course.

I am self-motivated, self disciplined and organized. If you answered “yes” to all of these statements, online or hybrid courses may be a good option for you.

Look for these Class format symbols: OL = Online H = Hybrid WE = Web Enhanced ML = Online (East County) MH =Hybrid (East County) For a current list of online classes, visit EverettCC.edu/Classes and select eLearning.

2. Check out the eLearning webpage at EverettCC.edu/eLearning for: • Canvas Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) • Canvas Student Orientations • Technical & Web Browser Requirements

eLEARNING DEGREES • Associate of Arts & Sciences - (Direct Transfer Agreement) • Associate of General Studies

COMBINED COURSES

Some classes that use the college’s online learning management system may be combined with other classes or other sections of the same class. This means course activities could require you to interact with students enrolled in other classes or class sections. Please refer to the online class schedule for the most up-to-date information about which courses may be combined: EverettCC.edu/Classes

For more information contact eLearning at 425-388-9367, toll free at 1-866-575-9027, or elearning@everettcc.edu, or visit us on the web at EverettCC.edu/eLearning

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eLEARNING WINTER 2018 ONLINE COURSES For hybrid courses, see pages 15-46 and look for the H.

425-388-9367

CMST 204D CMST& 210 ECE 140D

HUM 110D

Intercultural Communication Interpersonal Communication Family Culture and Self-Concept Introduction to Early Childhood Education Health, Nutrition and Safety Infants & Toddlers Care Administration of Early Learning Environments-Young Child Language and Literacy Development Observation and Assessment Education Portfolio Child Development Guiding Behavior Introduction to College Writing Fiction I Fiction II Children's Literature Young Adult Literature Fiction III English Composition I English Composition I Composition II Composition II Introduction to Literature Technical Writing Technical Writing and Research French II French III French IV French V Introduction to Global Studies Introduction to Latin America Ancient & Medieval Worlds Multicultural American History U.S. History I U.S. History II Pacific Northwest History Introduction to American Cultural Studies

HUM 160D

Introduction to Japanese History and Culture

ITAL 121 ITAL 122 PHIL& 115 POLS& 101 POLS& 200 POLS& 202 PSYC& 100 PSYC& 200 PSYC& 220

Italian I Italian II Critical Thinking Introduction to Political Science Introduction to Law American Government General Psychology Lifespan Psychology Abnormal Psychology

ECED& 105 ECED& 107 ECED& 132 ECED& 139 ECED& 170 ECED& 180 ECED& 190 EDUC 270 EDUC& 115D EDUC& 130 ENGL 098 ENGL 108 ENGL 168 ENGL 183D ENGL 203 ENGL 208 ENGL& 101 ENGL& 101D ENGL& 102 ENGL& 102D ENGL& 111 ENGL& 230 ENGL& 235 FRCH& 122 FRCH& 123 FRCH& 221 FRCH& 222 GS 101D GS 185D HIST 100 HIST 170D HIST& 146 HIST& 147 HIST& 214

SOC 255D Medicine across Cultures SOC& 101 Introduction to Sociology SPAN& 121 Spanish I SPAN& 122 Spanish II Developmental Education DEVED 100 Sharpening Your Study Skills DEVED 101 Reading Academic Textbooks Reading and Thinking for DEVED 104 Academics II DEVED 105 Study Skills for College Success H DEV 110 Career/Life Planning Health Sciences/Public Safety CJ 204 Open-Source Intelligence Gathering CJ 244 Current Issues in Policing CJ& 101 Introduction to Criminal Justice CJ& 112 Criminology Fundamental Ladder FIRE 106 Company Operations FIRE 122 Fire Company Strategy & Tactics I Hazardous Materials FIRE 124 Awareness/Operations Fire Investigation and FIRE 202 Evidence Preservation FIRE 205 Fire Department Operations II HLTH 080 HIV/AIDS Training HLTH 100 Medical Terminology HLTH 102 Applied A & P HLTH 104 Critical Inquiry in Healthcare Administrative SkillsHLTH 106 Office Management HLTH 207 Law, Healthcare & Patient Safety PEHW 203 Lifetime Health and Wellness PEHW 235 Consumer Health Math & Science BIOL 105 Disease in Modern Society BIOL& 100 Survey of Biology CHEM& 121 Introduction to Chemistry ENGR 240 Applied Numerical Methods ENVS& 100 Sustaining our Earth GEOL 106 Survey of Earth Science MATH 076 Mathematical Literacy MATH 086 Essentials of Intermediate Algebra Elementary and Intermediate Algebra II

MATH 092 MATH 099 MATH 138 MATH& 107 MATH& 141 MATH& 146 NUTR& 101 COLL 101

eLEARNING

Arts, Media & Information Literacy ART 124D Understanding World Art CMST& 102 Introduction to Mass Media FILM 100 Introduction to Film GRAPH 120 History of Graphic Design MUSC 110D World Music MUSC& 105 Music Appreciation Business & Applied Technology ACCT 100 Accounting for Non-Accountants ACCT 110 Small Business Accounting ACCT 210 Payroll ACCT& 201 Principles of Accounting I ACCT& 202 Principles of Accounting II BT 100 Beginning Keyboarding BT 103 Grammar and Punctuation Review BT 105 Keyboarding-Speed and Accuracy BT 130 Editing and Transcription BT 145 Civil Litigation Wills, Probate, and BT 146 Domestic Relations BT 180 Principles of Medical Insurance BT 182 Electronic Health Record BT 240 Access BT 242 Excel BT 252 Internship BT 261 Advanced Office Procedures BUS 110D Business Communications BUS 130 Business Computations BUS 150 Principles of Marketing BUS 154 Fundamentals of Supervision BUS 165 Service Essentials for Business BUS 295 Business Internship BUS& 101 Introduction to Business BUS& 201 Business Law CL 101 Computer Literacy Using the Computer and CL 102 Managing Files CL 103 Word Processing CL 104 Spreadsheets CL 105 Databases CL 106 Powerpoint Presentations CL 107 Basic Computer Systems ECON 101D Understanding Economics ECON& 201 Micro Economics ECON& 202 Macro Economics Communication & Social Sciences ANTH 116D Cultures in Context ANTH 122D Human Diversity ANTH 255D Medicine across Cultures ANTH& 115 Our Place in Nature ANTH& 234D Religion and Culture

Intermediate Algebra Applied College Algebra Math in Society Precalculus I: College Algebra Introduction to Statistics Nutrition Transitional Studies College Success

EverettCC.edu/eLearning

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EAST COUNTY CAMPUS EAST COUNTY COUNTY EAST

CLASS SCHEDULE

Take classes east of the trestle. Earn your degree or certificate, take Running Start classes, boost your employability, study, and take the GED® or learn English. Day and evening credit classes and non-credit professional development training are offered in Monroe. East County locations include the Lake Tye Building and Monroe School District facilities. Learn more by calling 425-259-8732 or visiting EverettCC.edu/EastCounty

TRANSITIONAL STUDIES AND ELA CLASSES

EAST COUNTY OFFICE HOURS Office hours at the Lake Tye Building, 14090 Fryelands Blvd. SE, Suite 283 in Monroe are Monday – Thursday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. For assistance please call 425-259-8732 or email eastcounty@everettcc.edu

STUDENT SERVICES Receive help with admissions, financial aid, college guidance, registration and other student needs. Call 425-259-8732 or email eastcounty@everettcc.edu to schedule an appointment.

EARN A DEGREE OR CERTIFICATE You can complete a 90-credit degree in two or three years or a number of short-term certificates by taking classes solely at East County Campus. Visit EverettCC.edu/EastCounty for more details.

TESTING CENTER At the East County Campus, a wide variety of testing is available to future and current students and to the community. Accuplacer Placement Test: Required for most new students. CASAS Placement Test: Required of all Transitional Studies students. Pearson VUE Testing: • GED Tests® • Information Technology Certification Tests

Evening Transitional Studies (TS) and English Language Acquisition (ELA) classes will meet for 10 weeks in Monroe this winter. ¿Listo para aprender Inglés? Para mayor información contáctenos al teléfono del East County Campus: 425-259-8730. ¡Déjenos su mensaje!

ELA 010

ELA Level 1 Communications

10

0388 MO1 TWTh MHS 105 6:10pm-9:10pm

Staff

ELA 020

ELA Level 2 Communications

10

0404 MO1 TWTh MHS 105 6:10pm-9:10pm 0406 MO2 TWTh MHS 106 6:10pm-9:10pm

Staff Staff

ELA 030

ELA Level 3 Communications

10

0420 MO2 TWTh MHS 106 6:10pm-9:10pm

Staff

TS 060

TS 070

TS 098

• Real Estate Certification Tests

TYE 302 6:10pm-8:20pm

Introduction to College Paragraphs

0676 MO3 TTh

• Evaluation Systems Certification Tests

TYE 301 6:10pm-8:20pm

TYE 302 6:10pm-8:20pm

Introduction to College Essays

0702 MO3 TTh

TYE 302 6:10pm-8:20pm

• Supply Chain Management Certification Tests • Healthcare Certification Tests • Microsoft Certification Tests • MOOC Tests (Massive Open Online Course) • Hundreds more certification tests Proctored Testing: We offer proctored testing for community agencies and other colleges and universities. For more information, please call 425-259-8732 or visit EverettCC.edu/ECtesting

GED en Español Prepárese para tomar el examen de GED en Español.

Las clases, los libros de texto y todos los exámenes del programa son en español. Para más información llame 425-259-8730. Línea en Español.

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5 Staff

5 Staff Staff

5 Staff

Introduction to Academic Reading Literature 5

0644 MOS TTh

TS 097

TYE 303 6:10pm-8:20pm TYE 302 6:10pm-8:20pm

Academic Portfolio

0618 MO3 TTh

TS 094

TYE 303 6:10pm-8:20pm

Preparation for Algebra

0530 MO4 MW 0532 MOS MW

TS 087

Basic Math Skills II

0508 MO4 MW

Staff

5 Staff

5 Staff


GO TO COLLEGE IN EAST COUNTY! COLLEGE CREDIT CLASSES

ENGL& 111 Introduction to Literature

H

1137 MO MW

H

2186 MO MW

BUS 130 H

BT 105 H

5

TYE 302

3pm-5:10pm Eppley M

Business Computations

2223 MH TTh

5

TYE 295 5:20pm-7:30pm McClimans K

Keyboarding-Speed and Accuracy

2326 MH TTh

COLL 101

5

MHS 402 5:20pm-8:10pm Mosser V

College Success

0755 MOH M

2

TYE 303 12:40pm-2:50pm

CMST& 210 Interpersonal Communication WE 2654 MO MW

CL 101 H

CL 102 H H

CL 104 H

CL 105 H H

CL 107 H

2

TYE 295 5:20pm-7:30pm McClimans K

2 2

TYE 295 5:20pm-7:30pm McClimans K

2

TYE 295 5:20pm-7:30pm McClimans K

Basic Computer Systems

2797 MH TTh

2

3358 MO MW

TYE 302

3716 MO MW 3796 MO MW

8am-10:10am

HIST& 147 U.S. History II WE 4834 MO TTh

MATH 076 H

Mathematical Literacy

5

Essentials of Intermediate Algebra

5746 MH TTh 5748 MO TTh

MATH 092 H

5

TYE 302 10:20am-12:30pm McHale J

5676 MH TTh TYE 303 10:20am-11:20am Weiss-Green

MATH 086 H

Elementary and Intermediate Algebra II

5912 MH TTh

5

TYE 303 12:40pm-2:20pm

MATH& 152 Calculus II

6942 MO TTh

3pm-5:10pm

TYE 301 12:40pm-2:50pm

PSYC& 100 General Psychology

7636 MO1 MW 7640 MO2 MW 8002 MO TTh

Staff

5 Kim M

5

TYE 303 3pm-5:10pm Simpson M TYE 301 5:20pm-7:30pm Simpson M

SPAN& 122 Spanish II

Staff

5

5936 MO TTh TYE 303

PHIL& 101 Introduction to Philosophy

5

TYE 303 5:20pm-7:30pm Akesson K

MATH& 148 Business Calculus

5

5784 MH TTh TYE 303 9:10am-10:10am Weiss-Green 5882 MO TTh

H

5

TYE 303 8am-9am Weiss-Green TYE 303 7:40pm-9:50pm Akesson K

MATH& 141 Precalculus I: College Algebra

5 Staff

5 LLF 005 12:40pm-2:50pm

Staff

Hybrid course; a portion of the work is done online. You must have reliable Internet access or you may use an EvCC open student computer lab. Class meets weekly on campus. Online fee: tuition + $2.81 per credit. Web Enhanced classes are face-to-face courses that require the use of CANVAS or other web-based tools. Web enhanced classes: tuition + $2.81 per credit. Diversity course. This course satisfies the diversity requirement for all associate degrees.

5 5

TYE 301 10:20am-12:30pm

ENGL& 102 Composition II

TYE 302

8am-10:10am Eppley M

ENGL& 101 English Composition I

Introduction to Global Studies

4642 MO TTh

5 Staff

TYE 295 5:20pm-7:30pm McClimans K

ECON& 202 Macro Economics H

TYE 301 12:40pm-2:50pm

TYE 295 5:20pm-7:30pm McClimans K

Powerpoint Presentations

2792 MH TTh

2

TYE 295 5:20pm-7:30pm McClimans K

Databases

2787 MH TTh

CL 106

5

Spreadsheets

2782 MH TTh

5

TYE 295 5:20pm-7:30pm McClimans K

Word Processing

2772 MH TTh

Staff

8am-10:10am Sickles J R

Using the Computer and Managing Files

2767 MH TTh

CL 103

TYE 301

Computer Literacy

2760 MH TTh

3

TYE 295 5:20pm-7:30pm McClimans K

CHEM& 121 Introduction to Chemistry WE 2512 MO MW

5

TYE 302 12:40pm-2:50pm Eppley M

BUS& 101 Introduction to Business

GS 101D D

NOTE: Prerequisites may apply to some East County courses. Check the regular class listing sections for any required PR.

ACCT& 202 Principles of Accounting II

3820 MO MW

EAST COUNTY

Classes are held at 14090 Fryelands Blvd. SE, Monroe (TYE); 639 W. Main St., Monroe (LLF); and 17001 Tester Rd., Monroe (MHS)

TYE 301

Staff

5 3pm-5:10pm

Staff

​Questions? EverettCC.edu/EastCounty 425-259-8732 eastcounty@everettcc.edu

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HOW TO READ CLASS LISTINGS CLASS SCHEDULE

department abbreviation course number

ART 471

footnote/fees and prerequisites

course title

credits

Sample Course

instructor

5

PR: ART 270 or instructor permission. Lab fee: $7.94 per credit. 1632 A MTWTh 1pm-2:50pm BAK 123 Ryan D room item # section days hours building abbreviation

1 2 3

ENGL 002 Creative Course

0

PR: Placement by assessment score on the writing portion or a grade of C or higher in ENGL 001. CR: Students MUST take H DEV 004 concurrently.

*For section C (3672) there is a lab fee of $23.20. 3668 A daily 7am-7:50am BAK 206 3670 B daily 8am-8:50am BAK 210 3672 C MWF 8am-8:50am SHK 223 TTh 8am-8:50am SHK 226

1 2 3

Staff Staff Staff

A lot of the classes have different fees and prerequisites for each individual section. This means that ENGL& 101 could have eight sections and two could have fees, two could be taught in a lab, and four could have different prerequisites. If a prerequisite, corequisite, or fee applies to a specific section, it will say so here and have an asterisk. It’s important to know that if there is a prerequisite, corequisite, or fee without an asterisk at the front, then it applies to EVERY section of that course. In the example shown to the left, the grade of C or higher prerequisite applies to every section, from A to C because it has no asterisk. The lab fee applies ONLY to section C because it has an asterisk. Look for the fees - such as lab fees, class fees, fees per credit, studio fees, and special fees. They’ll all be listed in the description, so be aware of fees. You’re responsible for paying fees up front, and you don’t want to be surprised when you go to pay for your classes. Some classes are split, like the Section C class shown to the left. The class meets in one room on some days, and in another room on other days. Some classes that use the college’s online learning management system may be combined with other classes or other sections of the same class. This means course activities could require you to interact with students enrolled in other classes or class sections. Please refer to the online class schedule for the most up-to-date information about which courses may be combined: EverettCC.edu/Classes

SYMBOLS Online course. EvCC Online courses begin January 8. Online fee: tuition + $2.81 per credit. See pages 8 and 9 for more information. Hybrid course; a portion of the work is done online. You must have reliable Internet access or you may use an EvCC open student computer lab. Class meets weekly on campus. Online fee: tuition + $2.81 per credit. Web Enhanced classes are face-to-face courses that require the use of Canvas or other web-based tools. Web enhanced classes: tuition + $2.81 per credit.

T LC

EC

Course is taught at one of several east Snohomish County locations: Lake Tye Building, Monroe High School, Park Place Middle School in Monroe. Diversity course. This course satisfies the diversity requirement for all associate degrees.

&

Honors; a class that provides an opportunity to do honors-level coursework, which, once completed will appear on the student’s transcripts as {Course}: Honors.

The ampersand in a course number indicates it is a common course number at community colleges in Washington. Example MATH& 141. CCNidentified courses taken at one community college will be the same as those courses at another community college. For more information or for a list of some renumbered courses, visit EverettCC.edu/CCN

Learning Communities link two or more courses structured around a theme to provide an in-depth look at subjects.

ABBREVIATIONS BUILDINGS & LOCATIONS AHS Arlington High School AMT Advanced Manufacturing . Training & Education Center ASC Arlington/Stilliguamish . Senior Center BAK Baker Hall BGC Boys & Girls Club CCE Corporate & Continuing . Education Center CHS Cascade High School COS Cosmetology DHS Darrington High School EHS Everett High School ELC Early Learning Center EWH Edmonds-Woodway . High School FIT Fitness Center GHS Granite Falls High . School

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GPH Glacier Peak High . School GWH Gray Wolf Hall HAW Hawthorne . Elementary School HRZ Horizon Elementary . School HRN Horizon Program at . Boeing IND Index Quad JHS Jackson High School JKC Jackson Center KHS Kamiak High School LBH Liberty Hall LHS Lakewood . High School LKH Lake Stevens High . School LMC Library Media Center LYH Lynnwood High . School

MAT Marysville Arts & Tech HS MHS Monroe High School MMV Marysville Mountain . View HS MON Monte Cristo Hall MRH Mariner High School MSC Monroe Senior Center MYH Marysville-Pilchuck . High School MYS Marysville Senior Center NBI Nippon Business . Institute ODS Oly’s Dance School OLY Olympus Hall OFF Off-campus site PFC Paine Field Aviation . Complex PIL Pilchuck Hall PSU Parks Student Union

RAI Rainier Hall RLC Rainier Learning Center SAC Schack Art Center SHH Shorecrest High School SHK Shuksan Hall SHS Snohomish High School SNO Sno-Isle Skills Center SSC Stanwood Senior Center STD Stanwood Elementary . School STH Stanwood High School SUL VOA Sky Valley . Resource Center, . Sultan TCC Tulalip College Center TYE Lake Tye Building, . Monroe WHI Whitehorse Hall WTH Weston High School

OTHER ABBREVIATIONS AC Accelerated CR Corequisite ES Extra Support HN Honors Course HY Hybrid Course IB I-BEST IN Integrated LC Learning Community MH East County Hybrid ML Online Course MO East County . (Monroe) OL Online Course OFF Off-Campus Site PR Prerequisite .TBA To Be Arranged TBD To Be Determined TC Telecourse

Questions? Go to EverettCC.edu or call Enrollment Services: 425-388-9219


ACADEMIC ENGLISH PROGRAM *Classes are for International students only

0230 A MW 0232 B TTh

10am-11:20am 10am-11:20am

MON 110 MON 110

Staff Staff

AEP 077 Academic English Grammar 4 * Self-support, non-tuition class; class cost: $979.24. Last day for 100% refund: January 12. No 50% refund option.

0240 A MTWTh 8:50am-9:40am 0242 B MTWTh 8:50am-9:40am

RAI 200 RAI 205

Staff Staff

AEP 097 Academic Reading and Writing 5 * Self-support, non-tuition class; class cost: $1,224.05. Last day for 100% refund: January 12. No 50% refund option.

0250 A MTWTh 12:20pm-1:20pm MON 111 0252 B MTWTh 12:20pm-1:20pm MON 220

Staff Staff

AEP 098 Intro to College Reading and Writing 5 * Self-support, non-tuition class; class cost: $1,224.05. Last day for 100% refund: January 12. No 50% refund option.

0260 A MTWTh 10am-11am RAI 205 0262 B MTWTh 12:20pm-1:20pm MON 204 0264 C MW 12:20pm-1:20pm BAK 208

Staff Staff Staff

Accounting for Non-Accountants

OL 1102 OL Online

ACCT 110 Small Business Accounting PR: MATH 070 or BUS 130 with a grade of C- or higher.

2 Reed B

ACCT 112 Business Taxation 5 PR: ACCT 110 or ACCT& 201 with a grade of C or higher. MATH 070 or BUS 130 with a grade of C- or higher. H

1120 HY MW

H

12:20pm-2:30pm OLY 126 Connelly M L

ACCT& 201 Principles of Accounting I PR: Completion of ACCT 110 or instructor permission. *Section OL (1133) midterm and final must be proctored.

5

H 1130 HY1 MW 8:50am-11am OLY 131 Connelly M L H 1131 HY2 TTh 8:50am-11am OLY 131 Connelly M L OL 1133 OL Online Eppley M

Course descriptions can be found online at EverettCC.edu/Classes

Reed B Eppley M Eppley M Reed B Reed B Eppley M

1150 HY MW

5

11:10am-1:20pm MON 120

Reed B

ACCT 230 Intro to Fraud Examination PR: ACCT 100, ACCT 110 or ACCT& 201 with a grade of C or higher or concurrent enrollment in ACCT 100, or instructor permission. 1156 HY MW

7:15am-8:40am MON 120

5

Reed B

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE See the World Languages section of this schedule.

ANTHROPOLOGY

5

H 1108 HY TTh 11:10am-1:20pm OLY 131 Staff OL 1112 OL Online Connelly M L

HY MW 8:50am-11am MON 120 MO MW 12:40pm-2:50pm TYE 302 ML Online OL1 Online OL2 Online OL3 Online

ACCT& 203 Principles of Accounting III PR: ACCT& 202 with grade of C or higher, or instructor permission.

H

ACCOUNTING ACCT 100

1135 EC 1137 ECOL 1138 OL 1140 OL 1141 OL 1142

CLASS SCHEDULE

AEP 067 Academic Listening and Speaking 3 * Self-support, non-tuition class; class cost: $734.43. Last day for 100% refund: January 12. No 50% refund option.

ACCT& 202 Principles of Accounting II 5 PR: Grade of C or higher in ACCT& 201 or instructor permission. *Section ML (1138), OL1 (1140), OL2 (1141) and OL3 (1142), midterm and final must be proctored. *Section ML (1138) is an online class open to all students. *Section MO (1137) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe. *Some classes that use the college’s online learning management system may be combined with other classes or other sections of the same class. This means course activities could require you to interact with students enrolled in other classes or class sections. Please refer to the online class schedule for the most up-to-date information about which courses may be combined: EverettCC.edu/classes

ANTH& 115 Our Place in Nature 5 PR: Completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher or eligibility for ENGL& 101. OL 1500 OL Online H 1502 HY TTh 10am-11:50am GWH 276

Miller I S Clarke C

ANTH 116D Cultures in Context 5 PR: Completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher or eligibility for ENGL& 101. DOL 1504 OL Online

Hamilton F

ANTH 122D Human Diversity PR: Completion of ENGL& 101 with a grade of C or higher.

5

DOL 1506 OL Online

ANTH 182

Clarke C

Service Learning

1-2

1508 A Arranged

Web Enhanced

Online Course

Hybrid Course

East County

EC Course

Diversity Course

Clarke C

Honors Course

Learning

LC Community

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ANTH& 206D Cultural Anthropology 5 PR: Completion of ENGL& 101 with a grade of C or higher. *Writing (W) -- These courses meet the college criteria for designation as a Writing course and may be used to fulfill up to 5 credits of the Communications Skills requirement. *For the classes below (1510, 1512, 1514 and 1516) -- There are 10 hours of service learning as a required component of these courses. They are arranged with the instructor to accommodate the student’s schedule.

ART 200 Painting I PR: ART 115 Lab fee: $51.30.

DH DWE DWE DWE

ART 221

1510 1512 1514 1516

HY MW B TTh C TTh S TTh

10am-11:50am 12:20pm-2:30pm 2:40pm-4:50pm 5pm-7:10pm

GWH 276 Clarke C GWH 276 Clarke C GWH 276 Cummings C GWH 276 Cummings C

ANTH& 215 Bioanthropology w/Lab 5 PR: Completion of ENGL& 101 with a grade of C or higher AND completion of MATH 091 with a grade of C or higher or skills assessment at MATH 092 or higher level. * Lab fee: $30. * This course satisfies the Natural Science Lab distribution credits. WE 1518 A TWTh 8am-9:50am

GWH 276

Clarke C

ANTH& 234D Religion and Culture 5 PR: Completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher or eligibility for ENGL& 101. DOL 1520 OL Online

Gallant S

ANTH 255D Medicine across Cultures 5 PR: Completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher or eligibility for ENGL& 101. * Also offered as SOC 255D; credit cannot be earned in both ANTH 255D and SOC 255D. DOL 1526 OL Online

Farb B

ART

1582 A MWF 8am-9:50am 1584 B MWF 10am-11:50am 1586 S TTh 6:10pm-9pm

5 WHI 361 WHI 361 WHI 361

ART 115 Drawing I Lab fee: $51.30.

1590 A MW 1593 B TTh

5 1:30pm-4:20pm 10am-12:50pm

WHI 300 Hendrickson M WHI 300 Berkley L

ART 116 Drawing II PR: ART 115 or instructor permission. Lab fee: $51.30.

1596 A MW

Lee T Lee T Lee T

12:20pm-3:10pm WHI 372

5 Berkley L

ART 195 Foundation Portfolio Review 2 PR: ART 110, ART 115, ART 124D, GRAPH 110 and PHOTO 110 or instructor permission. Lab fee: $20.52.

1603 A Arranged

ART 124D Understanding World Art *Sections: HY1 (1604) & HY2 (1605) include a Field Trip fee: $11.93. DH 1604 HY1 MW 10am-11:50am WHI 341 DH 1605 HY2 TTh 10am-11:50am WHI 341 DOL 1606 OL Online

Berkley L

5 Lepper S Lepper S Allison M

H

WINTER 2018

1:30pm-4:20pm

WHI 374

1612 A TTh

5 1:30pm-4:20pm

WHI 374

Western Art History: 15th to 18th Centuries

1620 HY TTh

Berkley L

12:20pm-1:50pm WHI 341

Berkley L

5 Lepper S

ART 230 Glassblowing I 2 * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class fee: $209.88. Special fee: $620. NO REFUND OPTION. *Class starts January 11.

1625 CA Th

6pm-10pm

SAC

Staff/Lee

ART 231 Glassblowing II 2 * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class fee: $209.88. Special fee: $640. NO REFUND OPTION. *Class starts January 10.

1626 CA W

6pm-10pm

SAC

ART 240 Printmaking I Lab fee: $51.30.

1627 S MW

5pm-7:50pm

1628 S MW

5pm-7:50pm

WHI 303

1629 S MW

5pm-7:50pm

WHI 303

1630 S MW

5pm-7:50pm

WHI 303

1632 A TTh 1633 S TTh

WHI 303

1634 A TTh 1635 S TTh

1:30pm-4:20pm 6:10pm-9pm

WHI 287 Lee T WHI 287 Scamehorn C

5

1:30pm-4:20pm 6:10pm-9pm

WHI 287 Lee T WHI 287 Scamehorn C

ART 272 Ceramics III PR: ART 271. Lab fee: $74.20.

1636 A TTh 1637 S TTh

1:30pm-4:20pm 6:10pm-9pm

5 WHI 287 Lee T WHI 287 Scamehorn C

ART 276 Ceramic Glaze Chemistry II PR: ART 275 or instructor permission. Lab fee: $44.52. 1638 A TTh

Labitzke M

5

ART 271 Ceramics II PR: ART 270. Lab fee: $74.20.

Labitzke M

5

ART 270 Ceramics I Lab fee: $74.20.

Labitzke M

5

ART 243 Printmaking IV PR: ART 242 and instructor permission. Lab fee: $51.30.

Labitzke M

5

ART 242 Printmaking III PR: ART 241. Lab fee: $51.30

Staff/Lee

5

ART 241 Printmaking II PR: ART 240. Lab fee: $51.30.

16

1610 A TTh

ART 201 Painting II PR: ART 200. Lab fee: $51.30.

ART 110 Design I: 2 Dimensional Lab fee: $51.30.

5

4pm-5pm

3 WHI 287

Lee T

Register Now! See pages 5-7 or visit EverettCC.edu/MyEvCC


ART 273 Ceramics IV PR: ART 272. Lab fee: $74.20.

5

1640 S Arranged Scamehorn C

2

1648 A Arranged

Kammer G

ASTRONOMY

WE 1868 B Arranged

PFC 8010

Staff

AMT& 267 Engine Electrical 5 PR: Completion of all 100 level Aviation Maintenance Technician School courses and instructor permission. WE 1870 B Arranged

PFC 8010

Staff

ASTR& 115 Stars, Galaxies and Cosmos 5 PR: ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher (or equivalent) and MATH 099 or equivalent. Lab fee: $35.20.

AMT 276 Lubrication Systems: Turbine Engines 3 PR: Completion of all 100 level Aviation Maintenance Technician School courses and instructor permission.

WE 1702 A MWF 10am-11:50am

WE 1876 B Arranged

WHI 250

Vanture A

AVIATION MAINTENANCE All new Aviation Maintenance students must attend an information session prior to registration. Upcoming information sessions will be held on February 8 and April 12 at 3pm. Item numbers 1824-1840 and 1860-1876 are separate cohort programs. Courses in each cohort are linked together and scheduled daily 8am to 2:30pm. If you have any questions, please call 425-388-9533.

AMT 105 Human Factors PR: MATH 080 and ENGL 098 and instructor permission. Lab fee: $75.93. WE 1824 A Arranged

PFC 8010

AMT& 121 Weight and Balance PR: MATH 080 and ENGL 098 and instructor permission. WE 1828 A Arranged

PFC 8010

AMT& 131 Corrosion/Fluid Lines PR: MATH 080 and ENGL 098 and instructor permission. WE 1830 A Arranged

PFC 8010

AMT& 151 Ground Operations and Servicing PR: MATH 080 and ENGL 098 and instructor permission. WE 1834 A Arranged

PFC 8010

AMT& 171 Federal Aviation Regulations PR: MATH 080 and ENGL 098 and instructor permission. WE 1838 A Arranged

PFC 8010

AMT 180 Fundamentals of Troubleshooting PR: MATH 080 and ENGL 098 and instructor permission. WE 1840 A Arranged

PFC 8010

2 Staff

2 Staff

5 Staff

4 Staff

4 Staff

2 Staff

AMT& 253 Turbine Engines I 5 PR: Completion of all 100 level Aviation Maintenance Technician School courses and instructor permission. Lab fee: $75.93. WE 1860 B Arranged

PFC 8010

Staff

AMT& 254 Turbine Engines II 5 PR: Completion of all 100 level Aviation Maintenance Technician School courses and instructor permission. WE 1862 B Arranged

PFC 8010

Staff

AMT& 261 Engine Instruments 1 PR: Completion of all 100 level Aviation Maintenance Technician School courses and instructor permission. WE 1866 B Arranged

PFC 8010

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CLASS SCHEDULE

ART 297 Gallery and Exhibit Technique PR: Instructor permission required.

AMT& 265 Engine Fire Protection 1 PR: Completion of all 100 level Aviation Maintenance Technician School courses and instructor permission.

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AVA 203 Airframe Technology PR: Instructor permission.

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PFC 8008 PFC 8101

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AVIONICS All new Avionics students must attend an information session prior to registration. Upcoming information sessions will be held February 15 and April 19 at 3pm. All listed courses are part of a cohort program. Courses are linked together and scheduled daily 3pm to 9pm. If you have any questions, please call 425-388-9533.

AVO 201 Aircraft Instrument System PR: AVO 104. Lab fee: $106. WE 1908 C Arranged

8 PFC 809

Alexander R

AVO 202 Avionics Systems for Airframe and Powerplant PR: AVO 201. WE 1910 C Arranged

AVO 203

PFC 809

Alexander R

Avionics Communications

WE 1912 C Arranged

2 PFC 809

Alexander R

AVO 204 Principles of Avionics Troubleshooting PR: AVO 203. WE 1914 C Arranged

8

PFC 809

2 Alexander R

BIOLOGY BIOL& 100 Survey of Biology 5 PR: ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher or skills assessment at ENGL& 101 or higher; and MATH 080 or skills assessment at MATH 081 or higher. Lab fee: $35.20. *Online section (1981) In lieu of a lab fee, students will purchase a lab kit. WE 1980 A MTW 10am-11:50am SHK 134 OL 1981 OL Online

Lloyd C Kratz

BIOL 105 Disease in Modern Society 5 PR: MATH 080 or skills assessment at MATH 081 or higher; ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher, or skills assessment at ENGL& 101 or higher. H 1982 HY MTWTh 9am-9:50am SHK 232 OL 1990 OL Online

Kemp H Olsen R

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BIOL& 211 Majors Cellular 5 PR: Placement into ENGL& 101; CHEM& 121, or CHEM& 161 and CHEM& 162, all with a grade of C or higher. Lab fee: $35.20. *Section LC1 (2028) is part of the Fast-Track Nursing Learning Community and must be taken concurrently with the corresponding Chemistry LC section. Instructor permission required. WE 2020 A MF 8am-8:50am T 8am-9:50am W 8am-9:50am WE 2022 B MF 8am-8:50am Th 8am-9:50am W 8am-9:50am WE 2024 C MF 10am-10:50am T 10am-11:50am W 10am-11:50am WE 2026 D MF 10am-10:50am Th 10am-11:50am W 10am-11:50am LCWE 2028 LC1 MTWTh 11am-11:50am M 8am-9:50am WE 2038 S MW 5:30pm-8:20pm

SHK 141 SHK 144 SHK 141 SHK 141 SHK 144 SHK 141 SHK 141 SHK 144 SHK 141 SHK 141 SHK 144 SHK 141 WHI 102 SHK 144 SHK 144

BIOL& 211P Majors Cellular: Problem Session CR: Concurrent enrollment in BIOL& 211 required.

2040 PS1 M 2042 PS2 M

9am-9:50am 11am-11:50am

SHK 141 SHK 141

Brindle J

Brindle J

Kemp H

Kemp H

Olsen R Lloyd C

1 Brindle J Kemp H

BIOL& 221 Majors Ecology/Evolution 5 PR: One year high school biology course within the last 5 years or any BIOL course numbered 100 or higher; CHEM& 161 (may be taken concurrently) or equivalent. Each prerequisite course must have a grade of C (2.0) or higher; OR instructor’s permission. Lab fee: $44.75. WE 2050 A WE 2052 B

MTWTh 9am-9:50am M 12:20pm-3:10pm MTWTh 9am-9:50am F 9am-11:50am

WHI 103 SHK 134 WHI 103 SHK 134

Fennell J Fennell J

BIOL& 222 Majors Cellular and Molecular Biology 5 PR: BIOL& 221 with a grade of C or higher and CHEM& 162 with a grade of C or higher, or concurrent enrollment in CHEM& 162, or instructor permission. Lab fee: $44.75. WE 2060 A WE 2062 B

SHK 145 SHK 134 SHK 145 SHK 145 SHK 134 SHK 145

Dooley F

BIOL& 222P Majors Cell/Molecular: Problem Session CR: Concurrent enrollment in BIOL& 222 required.

1

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MF T W MF Th W

2064 PS M

WINTER 2018

10am-10:50am 12:20pm-3:10pm 10am-11:50am 10am-10:50am 8am-10:50am 10am-11:50am

11am-11:50am

SHK 145

Dooley F

Dooley F

BIOL& 231 Human Anatomy 5 PR: BIOL& 211, or BIOL& 221 and BIOL& 222; and CHEM& 121, or CHEM& 161 and CHEM& 162 or higher; all with a grade of C or higher; or instructor permission. Lab fee: $77.60. WE 2070 A WE 2072 B WE 2074 C WE 2076 D WE 2077 E WE 2078 S

MW 8am-9:50am TTh 8am-9:50am MW 10am-11:50am TTh 10am-11:50am MW 10am-11:50am TTh 10am-11:50am TTh 10am-11:50am TTh 12:20pm-2:10pm TTh 12:20pm-2:10pm MW 12:20pm-2:10pm MTWTh 7:20pm-9:10pm

SHK 140 SHK 141 SHK 232 SHK 140 SHK 140 SHK 141 SHK 141 SHK 140 SHK 145 SHK 140 SHK 140

Staff Hedgpeth J Pottle J Pottle J Pottle J Wellman S

BIOL& 232 Human Physiology 5 PR: BIOL& 211 and BIOL& 231, or BIOL& 221, BIOL& 222 and BIOL& 223; and CHEM& 121, or CHEM& 161 and CHEM& 162; all with a grade of C or higher; or instructor permission. Lab fee: $44.75. WE 2080 A WE 2082 B WE 2083 C WE 2084 D WE 2088 S

MTW F MTW W M F TTh MT W MW T

8am-9:40am 8am-9:50am 8am-9:40am 10am-11:50am 10am-10:50am 10am-11:50am 10am-11:50am 12:20pm-2:45pm 12:20pm-2:20pm 5pm-7:30pm 5pm-6:50pm

SHK 145 SHK 144 SHK 145 SHK 144 SHK 144 SHK 144 SHK 232 SHK 141 SHK 144 SHK 141 SHK 144

Crowther G Crowther G Crowther G

Hedgpeth J Bentson K

BIOL& 260 Microbiology 5 PR: BIOL& 211 and BIOL& 232; or BIOL& 222 and BIOL& 223; all with a grade of C or higher; or instructor permission. Lab fee: $134.05. WE 2090 A WE 2092 B WE 2098 S

MW TTh TTh TTh TTh TTh

10am-11:50am 10am-11:50am 10am-11:50am 12:20pm-2:10pm 5pm-6:50pm 7pm-8:50pm

SHK 139 SHK 145 SHK 145 SHK 139 SHK 145 SHK 139

Kratz R Kratz R Marrs H

BUSINESS BUS& 101 Introduction to Business 5 *Section MO (2186) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe. *Section ML (2187) is an online class open to all students. OL 2178 OL 2179 OL 2180 H 2182 H 2183 H 2184 2185 EC 2186 ECOL 2187

OL1 Online OL2 Online OL3 Online HY1 MW 8:50am-9:50am OLY 125 HY2 MW 10am-11am OLY 125 HY3 MW 11:10am-12:10pm OLY 125 HY4 TTh 10am-11am OLY 125 MO MW 3pm-5:10pm TYE 302 ML Online

Lewis P Lewis P Lewis P Lewis C Lewis C Lewis C Munoz L Eppley M Eppley M

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BUS 104 Business English PR: Placement in English 97 or higher. H

5

2194 HY MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm SHK 223

Hicks D

5

DH 2202 HY MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am OLY 126 DOL 2203 OL Online

Kneifel K Munoz L

BUS 130 Business Computations 5 PR: Eligibility for Math 080 or equivalent. *Section HYA (2210), HYB (2212), S (2216), and MH (2223) have a lab fee of $48.28 *Section HYB (2212) permission required. Contact Dustin Levesque, I-BEST Program Specialist at 425-388-9159. *Section MH (2223) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe. *Section S (2216) and MH (2223) have a non-traditional format; several classes are taught by one instructor during this class time; schedule of lectures/lab times provided at first class meeting. H H OL OL ECH

2210 2212 2216 2220 2221 2223

BUS 150

HYA MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am OLY 130 Willestoft K HYB MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am OLY 130 Staff/Willestoft S TTh 5pm-7:10pm Fullerton C OL1 Online Willestoft K OL2 Online Willestoft K MH TTh 5:20pm-7:30pm TYE 295 McClimans K

Principles of Marketing

5

OL 2230 OL Online

Munoz L

BUS 154 Fundamentals of Supervision PR: CL 101 or instructor permission.

5

OL 2232 OL Online

BUS 156 H

Sales Fundamentals

2238 HY TTh

BUS 165

Kneifel J

3

12:20pm-1:20pm OLY 125

Kneifel J

Service Essentials for Business

5

H 2240 HY1 TTh 10am-11am OLY 125 OL 2242 OL1 Online

BUS 200 H

Kneifel J Kneifel J

Principles of Management

2272 HY TTh

5

12:20pm-1:20pm OLY 125

Munoz L

BUS& 201 Business Law PR: ENGL 098 or ESL 098 or IELP 098 or placement into ENGL& 101.

5

H 2276 HY TTh 10am-12:10pm BAK 208 OL 2279 OL1 Online OL 2280 OL2 Online

Chaplin M Chaplin M Chaplin M

BUS 295

Business Internship

2294 S TTh

5pm-7:10pm

1-5 Fullerton C

BT 100 Beginning Keyboarding *Section HY (2300) has a lab fee of 48.28.

5 Willestoft K Willestoft K

Fountain R Fountain R

BT 105 Keyboarding-Speed and Accuracy 3 *Section MH (2326) and S (2320) have a lab fee of $30.32. *Section MH (2326) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe. *Section MH (2326) and S (2320) have a non-traditional format; several classes are taught by one instructor during this class time; schedule of lectures/lab times provided at first class meeting. WE 2320 S TTh 5pm-7:10pm Fullerton C OL 2324 OL Online Fullerton C ECH 2326 MH TTh 5:20pm-7:30pm TYE 295 McClimans K

BT 130 Editing and Transcription 5 PR: BUS 104 or concurrent enrollment or instructor permission. Lab fee: $48.28. *Class has a non-traditional format; several classes are taught by one instructor during this class time; schedule of lectures/lab times provided at first class meeting.

2344 S TTh

5pm-7:10pm

Fullerton C

BT 145 Civil Litigation 5 PR: Eligibility for ENGL 98. *Section HY (2350) has a lab fee of $48.28. *Section HY (2350) has a non-traditional format; several classes are taught by one instructor during this class time; schedule of lectures/lab times provided at first class meeting. H 2350 HY MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am OLY 129 OL 2352 OL Online

Markovich Markovich T

BT 146 Wills, Probate, and Domestic Relations 5 PR: Eligibility for ENGL 098. *Section HY (2354) has a lab fee of $48.28. *Section HY (2354) has a non-traditional format; several classes are taught by one instructor during this class time; schedule of lectures/lab times provided at first class meeting. H 2354 HY MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am OLY 129 OL 2356 OL Online

Markovich T Markovich T

BT 147 Bankruptcy and Corporate Law 5 PR: Eligibility for ENGL 098. Lab fee: $48.28. *Class has a non-traditional format; several classes are taught by one instructor during this class time; schedule of lectures/lab times provided at first class meeting. H

2358 HY MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am

BT 162 H

OLY 131

Markovich T

Job Search and Professional Development

5

2360 HY MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm OLY 126

BT 180

BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY H 2300 HY MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm OLY 130 OL 2304 OL Online

H 2311 HY M 1:30pm-2:20pm OLY 130 OL 2312 OL Online

Munoz L

Principles of Medical Insurance

5

OL 2367 OL Online

Kneifel K

BT 182 Electronic Health Record PR: CL 101 or instructor permission. *Section HY (2374) has a lab fee of $48.28.

5

H 2374 HY MTWTh 10am-11am OLY 130 OL 2375 OL Online

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CLASS SCHEDULE

BUS 110D Business Communications PR: Placement in ENGL 098.

BT 103 Grammar and Punctuation Review 2 *Section HY (2311) has a lab fee of $11.30. *Section HY (2311) has a non-traditional format; several classes are taught by one instructor during this class time; schedule of lectures/lab times provided at first class meeting.

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BT 219 Introduction to Microsoft Word Lab fee: $48.28.

CLASS SCHEDULE

H

2400 HY MTWTh 10am-11am

5 OLY 129

Desmond P

BT 240 Access 5 PR: CL 101 or instructor permission. Lab fee of $48.28. *Class S (2412) has a non-traditional format; several classes are taught by one instructor during this class time; schedule of lectures/lab times provided at first class meeting. H

2410 HY TTh 2412 S TTh

12:20pm-2:30pm OLY 130 McClimans K 5pm-7:10pm Fullerton C

BT 242 Excel PR: CL 101 or instructor permission. *Section HY (2415) has a lab fee of $48.28.

5

H 2415 HY MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm OLY 129 OL 2417 OL Online

BT 252 Internship PR: Instructor permission.

2422 S TTh

Markovich T Markovich T

1-4 5pm-7:10pm

Fullerton C

BT 261 Advanced Office Procedures 5 PR: CL 101, CL 110, BT 115, 219, 240, 242, BUS 104, BUS 110D, BUS 130 and instructor permission. OL 2426 OL Online

Markovich T

CHEMISTRY CHEM& 121 Introduction to Chemistry 5 PR: Eligibility for ENGL& 101 and MATH 092 or higher. Lab fee: $44.75. *Section LC1 (2506) is part of the Fast-Track Pre-Nursing Learning Community and must be taken concurrently with the corresponding Biology LC section. *Section MO (2512) is being taught at Monroe High School. *Online sections (2516, 2518) On-campus attendance required in WHI 105 from 4-5:30 pm on January 8, January 29, and February 26, and from 4-5 pm on March 19. *Online sections (2516, 2518) In lieu of a lab fee, students will purchase a lab kit at the college bookstore. WE 2500 A MW 10am-11:50am WHI 103 T 10am-11:50am WHI 332 WE 2502 B MW 10am-11:50am WHI 103 Th 10am-11:50am WHI 332 WE 2504 C MW 12:20pm-2:10pm WHI 105 W 2:30pm-4:20pm WHI 343 LCWE 2506 LC1 MTWTh 10am-10:50am WHI 102 T 8am-9:50am WHI 332 WE 2510 D MW 12:20pm-2:10pm WHI 105 Th 12:20pm-2:10pm WHI 345 ECWE 2512 MO MW 5:20pm-8:10pm MHS 402 OL 2516 OL1 Online OL 2518 OL2 Online

Hillman W Hillman W Powell S Powell S Powell S Powell S Mosser V Brackett A Brackett A

CHEM& 131 Introduction to Organic/Biochemistry 5 PR: ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher, and CHEM& 121 or CHEM& 161 or instructor permission. Lab fee: $44.75. WE 2520 A MW T

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WHI 105 WHI 343

CHEM& 140 General Chemistry Prep with Lab 5 PR: ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher, or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 098, or placement into ENGL& 101; and MATH 092 or MATH 099 with a grade of C or higher, or concurrent enrollment in MATH 092 or MATH 099, or placement into MATH& 141. Lab fee: $44.75. *Section HY (2530) On-campus attendance required for mandatory orientation on January 8 from 3-3:50 pm in WHI 352. WE 2530 HY Th Th WE 2532 A MW T WE 2534 B TTh M WE 2536 C TTh W

9am-9:50am 10am-11:50am 10am-11:50am 10am-11:50am 8am-9:50am 8am-9:50am 8am-9:50am 8am-9:50am

WHI 375 WHI 345 WHI 352 WHI 345 WHI 105 WHI 345 WHI 105 WHI 345

Singh S Singh S Singh S Spaulding A Spaulding A

CHEM& 161 General Chemistry I with Lab 5.5 PR: ENGL 098 with C or higher, or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 098, or placement in ENGL& 101. MATH 092, 099 or equivalent. CHEM& 140 with C or higher, or HS chemistry with C or higher w/in last 3 yrs.; OR pass the chemistry placement test; or MATH& 152 with B+. Lab fee: $44.75. WE 2540 A WE 2542 B WE 2544 C WE 2546 D WE 2547 E WE 2548 F WE 2549 S

TTh 10am-11:50am M 12:20pm-3:10pm TTh 10am-11:50am F 9am-11:50am MTWTh 9am-9:50am T 12:20pm-3:10pm MTWTh 9am-9:50am W 12:20pm-3:10pm TTh 12:20pm-2:10pm M 12:20pm-3:10pm TTh 12:20pm-2:10pm W 12:20pm-3:10pm TTh 5:30pm-7:20pm W 5pm-7:50pm

WHI 103 WHI 332 WHI 103 WHI 345 WHI 102 WHI 345 WHI 102 WHI 345 WHI 105 WHI 345 WHI 105 WHI 332 WHI 103 WHI 345

CHEM& 162 General Chemistry II with Lab PR: CHEM& 161 with a grade of C or higher. Lab fee: $44.75. WE 2550 A WE 2552 B WE 2554 C WE 2556 D WE 2558 E

MTWTh 9am-9:50am F 9am-11:50am MW 12:20pm-2:10pm T 12:20pm-3:10pm MW 12:20pm-2:10pm Th 12:20pm-2:10pm MW 2:30pm-4:20pm M 4:30pm-7:20pm MW 2:30pm-4:20pm W 4:30pm-7:20pm

WHI 353 WHI 332 WHI 102 WHI 332 WHI 102 WHI 332 WHI 102 WHI 332 WHI 102 WHI 332

Spaulding A Spaulding A Boeckl M Boeckl M Mosser V Mosser V Hillman W

5.5 Hillman W Kontulis M Kontulis M Kontulis M Kontulis M

CHEM& 261 Organic Chemistry I with Lab 6 PR: ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher, and CHEM& 163; or CHEM& 162 with instructor permission. Lab fee: $72.05. WE 2580 A TTh M

12:20pm-2:10pm WHI 105 12:20pm-4:10pm WHI 343

Boeckl M

Mosser V

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CHEM& 262 Organic Chemistry II with Lab PR: CHEM& 261 with a grade of C or higher. Lab fee: $72.05. MW T MW Th

12:20pm-2:10pm 12:20pm-4:10pm 12:20pm-2:10pm 12:20pm-4:10pm

WHI 103 WHI 343 WHI 103 WHI 343

Singh S Singh S

CHINESE See the World Languages section of this schedule.

COLLEGE SUCCESS COLL 101

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* The following Hybrid Courses are taught Pre-Winter: Sections HY1 (0750), HY2 (0751), HY3 (0752), HY4 (0753) begin January 2 and end January 5. Last day for 100% refund: December 22 by 4:30 pm. Last day for 50% refund: January 2 by 4:30 pm. H 0750 HY1 TWThF 9:10am-12:10pm GWH 382 Staff H 0751 HY2 TWThF 9:10am-12:10pm GWH 282 Staff H 0752 HY3 TWThF 9:10am-12:10pm GWH 278 Staff H 0753 HY4 TWThF 8:30am-11:30am GWH 384 Staff

COMPRESSED CLASSES * Section B-5 (0784) and Section E-3 (0807) begin January 8 and end February 8. Last day for 100% refund: January 9. Last day for 50% refund: January 12. * Section B-6 (0785) and Section E-5 (0809) begin February 12 and end March 19. Last day for 100% refund: February 13. Last day for 50% refund: February 16.

0784 0785 0807 0809

B-5 MTWTh 9am-9:50am B-6 MTWTh 9am-9:50am E-3 TTh 12:20pm-2:10pm E-5 TTh 12:20pm-2:10pm

GWH 166 GWH 166 MON 120 MON 120

Staff Staff Staff Staff

EAST COUNTY CLASS * Section MH (0755) will be taught at 14090 Fryelands Blvd. SE in Monroe. EC H 0755 MH MW

12:40pm-2:50pm TYE 303

WINTER QUARTER CLASSES OL OL OL OL

0760 0761 0762 0763 0775 0776 0777 0780 0781 0787 0788 0789 0795 0796 0804 0806 0812 0814 0815 0824 0826

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

COMMUNICATION STUDIES CMST& 102 Introduction to Mass Media

5

OL 2640 OL1 Online OL 2642 OL2 Online OL 2644 OL3 Online

Wahl T A Wahl T A Hamid Z

CMST 204D Intercultural Communication 5 PR: Completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher or eligibility for ENGL& 101. DOL 2647 OL1 Online Wisdom-Whitley L DOL 2648 OL2 Online Wisdom-Whitley L

Staff

CMST& 210 Interpersonal Communication 5 PR: Completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher or eligibility for ENGL& 101. * These courses meet the college’s criteria for fulfillment of the Human Relations requirement in professional/technical programs. * Section MO (2654) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe. OL 2650 ECWE 2654 WE 2656 H 2658 WE 2660 WE 2662 WE 2664 WE 2666 WE 2668

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OL1 Online OL2 Online OL3 Online OL4 Online A-1 F 8am-9:50am WHI 341 A-2 MW 7:50am-8:40am GWH 168 A-3 TTh 7:50am-8:40am GWH 168 B-1 MW 9am-9:50am WHI 341 B-2 TTh 9am-9:50am WHI 341 C-1 F 10am-11:50am WHI 341 C-2 MW 10am-10:50am BAK 210 C-3 TTh 10am-10:50am MON 120 D-1 MW 11:10am-12pm BAK 201 D-2 TTh 11:10am-12pm BAK 201 E-1 W 12:20pm-2:10pm BAK 102 E-2 MW 12:20pm-1:10pm MON 101 F-1 TTh 1:30pm-2:30pm GWH 274 S-1 MW 4pm-4:50pm GWH 274 S-2 TTh 4pm-4:50pm GWH 274 T-1 T 5:10pm-6:50pm GWH 166 T-2 Th 5:10pm-6:50pm GWH 166

CLASS SCHEDULE

WE 2590 A WE 2592 B

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OL1 Online Sickles J H MO MW 8am-10:10am TYE 303 Sickles J R A MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am GWH 368 Dellasega M HY MW 10am-11:40am GWH 366 Sickles J H C MTWTh 10am-11am GWH 368 Dellasega M D MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm GWH 368 Dellasega M E TTh 12:20pm-2:30pm GWH 368 Goood J S MW 5pm-7:10pm GWH 368 Jorgenson D T TTh 7:20pm-9:30pm GWH 372 Good J

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CMST& 220 Public Speaking 5 PR: Completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher or eligibility for ENGL& 101. WE WE WE WE

2670 2672 2674 2676 2678 2680

A B C D E S

MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am GWH 372 TTh 10am-12:10pm GWH 378 MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm GWH 372 MTWTh 12:20pm-1:20pm GWH 372 MTWTh 1:30pm-2:30pm GWH 372 TTh 5pm-7:10pm GWH 372

Murphy M LaPorte AM Murphy M Murphy M Staff Good J

CMST 223 Public Speaking for Educators PR: Completion of ENGL 098 or ESL 098 or IELP 098 with a grade of C or higher or placement in ENGL& 101. WE 2682 A MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm GWH 152

White K

CMST& 230 Small Group Communication H

2684 HY TTh

5

5

10am-11:50am GWH 366

Sickles J H

COMPOSITE TECHNOLOGY Call 425-388-9570 or email mfg@everettcc.edu for more information.

CT 101 Introduction to Composites PR: Instructor permission. Lab fee: $11.98. WE 2705 A MW

1:35pm-4:50pm

5 AMT 124

CT 203 Composite Technology 2 PR: CT 102 and instructor permission. Lab fee: $48.28. WE 2710 A MTWTh 7:40am-1:25pm

Melcher T

20 AMT 124

Patching M

COMPUTER LITERACY CL 101 Computer Literacy 5 *Section HY1 (2750), HY2 (2751), HY3 (2752), and MH (2760) have a lab fee of $48.28. *Section MH (2760) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe. *Section MH (2760) has a non-traditional format; several classes are taught by one instructor during this class time; schedule of lectures/lab times provided at first class meeting. H H H OL OL OL ECH

2750 2751 2752 2756 2757 2758 2760

HY1 MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am SHK 223 Desmond P HY2 MTWTh 10am-11am SHK 223 Hicks D HY3 MTWTh 12:20pm-1:20pm SHK 223 Desmond P OL1 Online Markovich T OL2 Online Markovich T OL3 Online Willestoft K MH TTh 5:20pm-7:30pm TYE 295 McClimans K

CL 102 Using the Computer and Managing Files 2 *Section HY (2765) and MH (2767) have a lab fee of $11.30. *Section MH (2767) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe. *Section MH (2767) has a non-traditional format; several classes are taught by one instructor during this class time; schedule of lectures/lab times provided at first class meeting. H 2765 HY M 1:30pm-2:30pm OLY 130 Fountain R OL 2766 OL Online Fountain R ECH 2767 MH TTh 5:20pm-7:30pm TYE 295 McClimans K

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CL 103 Word Processing 2 *Section HY (2770) and MH (2772) have a lab fee of $11.30. *Section MH (2772) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe. *Section MH (2772) has a non-traditional format; several classes are taught by one instructor during this class time; schedule of lectures/lab times provided at first class meeting. H 2770 HY M 1:30pm-2:30pm OLY 130 Fountain R OL 2771 OL Online Fountain R ECH 2772 MH TTh 5:20pm-7:30pm TYE 295 McClimans K

CL 104 Spreadsheets 2 *Section HY (2780) and MH (2782) have a lab fee of $11.30. *Section MH (2782) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe. *Section MH (2782) has a non-traditional format; several classes are taught by one instructor during this class time; schedule of lectures/lab times provided at first class meeting. H 2780 HY M 1:30pm-2:30pm OLY 130 Fountain R OL 2781 OL Online Fountain R ECH 2782 MH TTh 5:20pm-7:30pm TYE 295 McClimans K

CL 105 Databases 2 *Section HY (2785) and MH (2787) have a lab fee of $11.30. *Section MH (2787) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe. *Section MH (2787) has a non-traditional format; several classes are taught by one instructor during this class time; schedule of lectures/lab times provided at first class meeting. H 2785 HY M 1:30pm-2:30pm OLY 130 Fountain R OL 2786 OL Online Fountain R ECH 2787 MH TTh 5:20pm-7:30pm TYE 295 McClimans K

CL 106 Powerpoint Presentations 2 *Section HY (2790) and MH (2792) have a lab fee of $11.30. *Section MH (2792) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe. *Section MH (2792) has a non-traditional format; several classes are taught by one instructor during this class time; schedule of lectures/lab times provided at first class meeting. H 2790 HY M 1:30pm-2:30pm OLY 130 Fountain R OL 2791 OL Online Fountain R ECH 2792 MH TTh 5:20pm-7:30pm TYE 295 McClimans K

CL 107 Basic Computer Systems 2 *Section HY (2795) and MH (2797) have a lab fee of $11.30. *Section MH (2797) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe. *Section MH (2797) has a non-traditional format; several classes are taught by one instructor during this class time; schedule of lectures/lab times provided at first class meeting. H 2795 HY M 1:30pm-2:30pm OLY 130 Fountain R OL 2796 OL Online Fountain R ECH 2797 MH TTh 5:20pm-7:30pm TYE 295 McClimans K

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COMPUTER SCIENCE

WE 2820 A MTWTh 8:20am-9:40am WE 2822 B MW 12:20pm-3pm WE 2824 S MTTh 3:20pm-5:10pm

SHK 233 SHK 223 SHK 226

Ward R Fuller T Fuller T

CS& 131 Computer Science I C++ PR: CS 110; OR ENGR 121; OR instructor permission. Computer lab fee: $48.28. Embedded tutor fee: $42.25. WE 2830 A MWTh 10am-11:50am WE 2832 B MW 12:20pm-3pm

SHK 233 SHK 233

Shields R Snyder JC

CS 132 Computer Science II C++ PR: CS& 131 with a grade of C or higher, or instructor permission. Computer lab fee: $48.28. Embedded tutor fee: $42.25. WE 2840 A TTh 12:20pm-3pm WE 2842 S MTTh 3:20pm-5:10pm

SHK 233 SHK 233

12:20pm-3pm

SHK 226

CS 143 Computer Science II Java PR: CS& 141 with a grade of C or higher; OR instructor permission. Computer lab fee: $48.28. Embedded tutor fee: $42.25. WE 2846 A TTh

12:20pm-3pm

SHK 223

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COS 112

COSMT 110 Trichology, Dermatology, Onychology PR: Instructor permission. CR: COSMT 201, 202 or 203. H

2926 HY T

8am-9:45am

Ward R

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COS 112 Murphy/Baxter

COSMT 120 Cosmetology Compendium PR: Instructor permission; COSMT 110-116; COSMT 204; 1330 clock hrs. COS 117

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12pm-3:30pm 8am-6pm 8am-12pm

COS 203 COS 203 COS 203

COSMT 206 Lab/Shop Practice VI 1-17.5 PR: Instructor permission; COSMT 205; 1400 clock hrs. Lab fee: $4.59 per credit.

2950 A MTWF 8am-4pm 2952 B TThSa 8am-6pm

COS 101 COS 104

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COSMT 299 Special Projects in Cosmetology PR: Instructor permission. Lab fee: $4.59 per credit.

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Attending an information session is recommended. It will give you an overview of the Criminal Justice Program and advise you on how to get started. Visit our website at EverettCC.edu/CriminalJustice for current dates and times. Call 425-388-9063 or 425-388-9517 for more information. Some sections of these courses may be combined with other sections. This means course activities could require you to interact with students enrolled in other sections. If you choose to enroll in these courses, students in these other sections may be able to view to your name and any posts you add to course discussions.

CJ& 101

Introduction to Criminal Justice

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CJ 102 Police Patrol Operations PR: CJ& 101 or permission of Criminal Justice coordinator.

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CJ 204 Open-Source Intelligence Gathering PR: ENGL 098 or instructor permission.

COS 112 COS 112

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COSMT 251 Internship PR: Instructor permission; 1300 hours of instruction.

COSMT 201 Cosmetology Basic Skills and Salon Practice 1-15 PR: Instructor permission. Lab fee: $4.59 per credit; malpractice insurance: $20. *Section C (2941): Cosmetologia Basica y Practica en el Salon La instruccion/ participacion de la clase es supervisade durante la inroduccion y practica basica de los servicios realizados por cosmetologos. Los estudiantes practican en modelos, maniquis y entre ellos. 2939 A WThF 12pm-4pm 2941 C MTWF 8am-12pm

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COSMETOLOGY COSMT 102 Salon Communications PR: Instructor permission. CR: COSMT 111, or COSMT 112, and CHD 110.

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CS& 141 Computer Programming for Engineers/Scientists PR: CS 110; OR ENGR 121; OR instructor permission. Computer lab fee: $48.28. Embedded tutor fee: $42.25. WE 2844 A MW

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CS 110 Introduction to Computer Science 5 PR: Eligibility for ENGL& 101 AND eligibility for MATH& 107 or higher, OR instructor permission. Computer lab fee: $48.28. Embedded tutor fee: $42.25.

COSMT 203 Men’s Haircutting and Beard Design Lab and Salon Practive 9-19 PR: COSMT 201 and instructor permission. CR: COSMT 110,111, or 112. Lab fee: $4.59 per credit. *Section C (2946) Corte de Cabello para Hombres/Barba Los estudiantes continúan practicando los servicios de salón en el aula de EvCC bajo la supervisión de un Instructor de Cosmetología con Licencia. Durante la clase, los estudiantes aprenderán y practicaran los cortes de cabello para hombre, los estilos y diseño de barba más avanzados y actualizados. PR: Con permiso del Instructor; COSMT 202; 600 horas de reloj. Costo de Laboratorio: $4.33 por crédito.

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CJ& 112 Criminology 5 PR: Completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher or eligibility for ENGL& 101 or instructor permission. OL 3066 OL Online

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CJ 224 Professional Communication Skills PR: CJ& 101 or permission of Criminal Justice coordinator. H

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CJ& 240 Introduction to Forensic Science 5 PR: Successful completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher or eligibility for ENGL& 101. Lab fee: $12.50. H

3120 HY TTh

8am-9:30am

LBH 108

CJ 244 Current Issues in Policing PR: CJ& 101 or permission of Criminal Justice coordinator. OL 3122 OL Online

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DEVELOPMENTAL EDUCATION DEVED 094

Reading and Thinking for Academics I

0866 A MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am

Staff

0868 A MTWTh 12:20pm-1:20pm RAI 203

Staff

DEVED 096

Computer Comfort

DEVED 099

3-5

BAK 206

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0870 A MTWTh 1:30pm-2:20pm

1-2 RAI 205

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DEVED 100 Sharpening Your Study Skills 1-2 * Section A (0874) begins January 8 and ends February 8. Last day for 100% refund: January 9. Last day for 50% refund: January 12. * Section B (0876) begins February 12 and ends March 19. Last day for 100% refund: February 13. Last day for 50% refund: February 16. * Section OL1 (0878) begins January 8 and ends February 8. Last day for 100% refund: January 9. Last day for 50% refund: January 12. * Section OL2 (0880) begins February 12 and ends March 19. Last day for 100% refund: February 13. Last day for 50% refund: February 16. OL OL

0874 0876 0878 0880

A MTWTh 1:30pm-2:20pm RAI 205 B MTWTh 1:30pm-2:20pm RAI 205 OL1 Online OL2 Online

DEVED 101

Reading Academic Textbooks

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OL 0884 OL Online

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DEVED 104 Reading and Thinking for Academics II 3-5 * Section LC (0888) is part of the “Addicted: Trauma, Injustice, Recovery and Resilience” Learning Community and MUST be taken concurrently with PSYC& 100 LC (7628) -- This course will be combined with PSYC& 100 LC in CANVAS. This means course activities will require you to interact with students enrolled in the other class. If you choose to enroll in this course, students in this section may be able to view your name and any posts you add to course discussions. OL 0886 A Staff LC 0888 LC TTh 10am-12:10pm GWH 386/388 Schwab K

DEVED 105

Study Skills for College Success

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OL 0894 OL Online

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DRAMA DRMA& 101 Introduction to the Theatre H

3180 HY MTWTh 10am-10:50am

DRMA 102 H

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BAK 120

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3182 HY MTWTh 11:10am-12pm

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EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION All new students who are interested in Early Childhood Education should contact Michelle Barnes at 425-388-9976 or mbarnes@everettcc.edu for further program information. For additional courses applicable to the Early Childhood Education program, please see the Education section of this schedule.

ECED& 105 Introduction to Early Childhood Education * The courses below include laboratory requirements.

OL 3210 OL Online Saunsaucie K 3212 A MW 1:30pm-3:30pm GWH 168 Krock P

ECED& 107 Health, Nutrition and Safety * This course includes laboratory requirements. OL 3216 OL Online

ECED& 120 H

Practicum -- Nurturing Relationships

3218 HY T

5:30pm-7:10pm GWH 152

ECE 132 Practicum Lab II PR: ECE 131, ECED& 120 and instructor permission. H

3222 HY W

5:30pm-7:10pm GWH 152

ECED& 132 Infants & Toddlers Care * This course includes laboratory requirements. OL 3226 OL Online

ECED& 139 Administration of Early Learning * This course includes laboratory requirements.

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ECE 140D Family Culture and Self-Concept * This course includes laboratory requirements. DOL 3236 OL Online

ECED& 170 Environments-Young Child * This course includes laboratory requirements. OL 3274 OL Online

ECED& 180 Language and Literacy Development * This course includes laboratory requirements. OL 3280 OL Online

ECED& 190 Observation and Assessment * This course includes laboratory requirements. OL 3286 OL Online

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ECONOMICS ECON 101D Understanding Economics

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DOL 3336 OL1 Online Connelly M L DOL 3337 OL2 Online Kneifel J

ECON& 201 Micro Economics 5 PR: Completion of MATH 099 or equivalent; or placement in MATH 138 or MATH& 141 required. * Sections OL1 (3344) and OL2 (3345) final exam must be proctored. H 3343 HY MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am OLY 126 OL 3344 OL1 Online OL 3345 OL2 Online

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3356 EC 3358 ECOL 3359 OL 3360 OL 3361

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EDUCATION Students interested in an Education career are encouraged to contact Ken White at 425-388-9498 or kwhite@everettcc.edu for further program information. For additional courses applicable to the Education program, please see the Early Childhood Education section of this schedule.

EDUC& 115D Child Development * This course includes laboratory requirements.

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EDUC& 130 Guiding Behavior * The courses below include laboratory requirements.

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EDUC& 202 Introduction to Education H H

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EDUC 250 Education in Action 1-4 May be taken 3 times for credit under EDUC 250, 251, 252. PR: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in EDUC& 202. * CR: Concurrent enrollment in EDUC 256 HY1 (3385) is required.

3381 A Arranged

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EDUC 251 Education in Action 1-4 May be taken 3 times for credit under EDUC 250, 251, 252. PR: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in EDUC& 202. * CR: Concurrent enrollment in EDUC 256 HY2 (3386) is required.

3382 A Arranged

White K

EDUC 252 Education in Action 1-4 May be taken 3 times for credit under EDUC 250, 251, 252. PR: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in EDUC& 202. * CR: Concurrent enrollment in EDUC 256 HY3 (3387) is required.

3383 A Arranged

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EDUC 256 Education in Action Seminar PR: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in EDUC& 202. * Section HY1 (3385) requires concurrent enrollment in EDUC 250 A (3381). * Section HY2 (3386) requires concurrent enrollment in EDUC 251 A (3382). * Section HY3 (3387) requires concurrent enrollment in EDUC 252 A (3383). H H H

3385 HY1 T 3386 HY2 T 3387 HY3 T

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GWH 152 GWH 152 GWH 152

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EDUC 270 Education Portfolio PR: Completion of EDUC& 202 or ECE 130 or instructor permission.

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OL 3388 OL Online

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ELA COMMUNICATIONS For all ELA Classes, students must take a CASAS Orientation/Assessment to be placed into the appropriate class. Orientation dates for Winter quarter are listed on the website (EverettCC.edu/Learning) and sign up will be available after November 1. For more information, E-mail transitional@everettcc.edu or call (425) 388-9339.

ELA 010 ELA Level 1 Communications * Section MR1 (0384) is taught at Mariner High School in South Everett. * Section MO1 (0388) is taught at Monroe High School in Monroe.

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A MTWTh 10am-12:10pm RAI 200 S TWTh 6:10pm-9:10pm RAI 200 MR1 TWTh 6:10pm-9:10pm MRH 191 MO1 TWTh 6:10pm-9:10pm MHS 105

CLASS SCHEDULE

ECON& 202 Macro Economics 5 PR: Completion of MATH 099 or equivalent; or placement in MATH 138 or MATH& 141 required. *Section ML (3359) is an online class open to all students. *Sections ML (3359), OL1 (3660) and OL2 (3661) final exam must be proctored. *Section MH (3358) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.

ELA 020 ELA Level 2 Communications 1-10 * Section MR2 (0398) is taught at Mariner High School in South Everett. * Section MO1 (0404) and MO2 (0406) are taught at Monroe High School in Monroe. EC EC

0390 0392 0394 0396 0398 0404 0406

A MTWTh 10am-12:10pm B MTWTh 12:40pm-2:50pm S TWTh 6:10pm-9:10pm T TWTh 6:10pm-9:10pm MR2 TWTh 6:10pm-9:10pm MO1 TWTh 6:10pm-9:10pm MO2 TWTh 6:10pm-9:10pm

BAK 206 RAI 202 RAI 200 RAI 202 MRH 190 MHS 105 MHS 106

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ELA 030 ELA Level 3 Communications * Section MR3 (0416) is taught at Mariner High School in South Everett. * Section MO2 (0420) is taught at Monroe High School in Monroe.

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A MTWTh 10am-12:10pm B MTWTh 12:40pm-2:50pm T TWTh 6:10pm-9:10pm MR3 TWTh 6:10pm-9:10pm MO2 TWTh 6:10pm-9:10pm

RAI 202 RAI 202 RAI 202 MRH 192 MHS 106

EMERGENCY SERVICES Attending an information session is recommended. It will give you an overview of the Fire Science and EMT Programs and will advise you how to get started. Visit our website at EverettCC.edu/Fire for current dates and times. Call 425-388-9591 or 425-388-9517 for more information.

EMS 151 Emergency Medical Technician Training 13 PR: Placement into ENGL 097 and MATH 079 and instructor permission. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $1,425.45. Payment due at registration. Class begins January 6 and ends March 24. Last day to register: January 2. Last day for 100% refund: January 11. No 50% refund option. WE 3392 S MW Sa

6:30pm-10pm 8am-5pm

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ENGR 101

College Success Engineering/CS

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12:20pm-1:10pm 1:20pm-2:10pm 12:20pm-1:10pm 1:20pm-2:10pm 1:20pm-2:10pm 2:20pm-3:10pm

WHI 365 WHI 104 WHI 365 WHI 352 WHI 365 WHI 365

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ENGR 111 Intro to Engineering I: Modeling and Analysis 5 PR: ENGL 098, ESL 098 or IELP 098, or placement into ENGL& 101; and MATH 092 or MATH 099, or instructor permission. Lab fee: $33.10. WE 3500 A MTTh 10am-11:50am WE 3502 B TTh 12:20pm-3pm WE 3504 S MTTh 3:20pm-5:10pm

WHI 104 WHI 104 WHI 104

Ali A Parsons M Parsons M

ENGR& 114 Engineering Graphics 4 PR: Eligibility for MATH& 141 or higher, or ENG T 100, or instructor permission. Computer lab fee: $48.28. Engineering lab fee: $33.10. WE 3506 A TTh

12:20pm-3pm

SHK 226

Ali A

ENGR 121 Introduction to Engineering II: Design 5 PR: MATH& 142 AND ENGR 111; or MATH& 152; OR instructor permission. Lab fee: $134.05. WE 3510 A MW WE 3512 B TTh

12:20pm-3pm 12:20pm-3pm

WHI 353 WHI 353

Steele I Parsons M

ENGR& 204 Electrical Circuits 5 PR: ENGR 121, PHYS& 243 or concurrent enrollment, or instructor permission. Lab fee: $20.40. WE 3520 A TTh

12:20pm-3pm

WHI 375 Venkatachalm A

ENGR 205 Electric Circuits Lab 1.5 PR: ENGR 204 or concurrent enrollment; or instructor permission. Lab fee: $20.40.

3522 A W

12:20pm-3pm

WHI 253

Parsons M

ENGR& 214 Statics 5 PR: ENGR 121 or concurrent enrollment AND PHYS& 241 or concurrent enrollment; OR instructor permission. H

3524 HY TTh

3:20pm-5:10pm

WHI 375

ENGR& 215 Dynamics PR: ENGR& 214 and MATH& 152, or instructor permission. H

3528 HY MW

8am-9:50am

WHI 375

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3538 HY MW

8am-9:50am

WHI 104

Prabhakar R

ENGR 240 Applied Numerical Methods PR: MATH& 163 with a grade of C or higher, or instructor permission.

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H 3542 HY TTh 8am-9:50am SHK 226 Venkatachalm A OL 3546 OL Online Venkatachalm A

ENGR 298 Interdisciplinary Design Project PR: Instructor permission.

3548 A MTh 3:20pm-4:40pm

WHI 253

ENG T 100 Intro Engineering Graphics/2D AutoCAD 4 PR: MATH 079 or placement into MATH 080 or higher, and MFG T 102, or instructor permission. Lab fee: $48.28. WE 3550 A MW

1:20pm-4pm

AMT 153

WE 3556 S TTh

5pm-7:15pm

AMT 153

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ENG T 108 Engineering Graphics: 3D CAD 4 PR: MATH 079 or placement into MATH 080 or higher, and MFG T 102, or instructor permission. Lab fee: $48.28. WE 3565 S MW

5pm-7:40pm

AMT 153

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ENG T 185 Introduction to CAD with CATIA v5 4 PR: ENG T 100 or ENG T 108; or equivalent with an introduction to CAD, or instructor permission. Lab fee: $48.28. WE 3568 A TTh

1:20pm-4pm

AMT 159

ENG T 196 Advanced Workbenches with CATIA v5 PR: ENG T 185 and instructor permission. Lab fee: $48.28. WE 3580 S MW

WE 3600 A MW

WE 3612 A TTh

WHI 253 WHI 253 WHI 253 WHI 253

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ENG T 103 Introduction to Revit 4 PR: MATH 079 or placement into MATH 080 or higher, and MFG T 102, or instructor permission. Lab fee: $48.28.

5pm-7:40pm

AMT 159

ENG T 217 CAD Design Project PR: ENGR& 114, ENG T 185 or instructor permission. Lab fee: $48.28.

SHK 226

Auger S

ENG T 101 Introduction to Technical Problem Solving 5 PR: MATH 079, or placement into MATH 080 or higher and instructor permission. Lab fee: $48.28.

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10am-11:50am

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ENG T 203 Computer-Aided Drafting - AutoCAD PR: ENG T 100 and ENG T 101 or instructor permission. Lab fee: $48.28.

3530 HY TTh

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ENGR 216 Integrated Computer Aided Design 4 PR: ENGR& 114 and ENGR& 214, or instructor permission. Computer lab fee: $48.28. Engineering lab fee: $33.10. ENGR 220 Mechanics Breaking Lab Lab fee: $44.75.

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ENGR& 225 Mechanics of Materials 5 PR: ENGR& 214 with a grade of C or higher, and MATH& 152, or instructor permission.

1:20pm-4pm

1:20pm-4pm

AMT 159

AMT 153

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ENG T 225 Engineering Technology Skills Building PR: Instructor permission. Lab fee: $30.32. WE 3615 A TTh

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ENG T 226 Engineering Technology Skills Building 2 PR: ENG T 225 and instructor permission. Lab fee: $30.32.

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10:50am-12:30pm AMT 159

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ENG T 230 Manufacturing Materials and Processes PR: ENG T 101.

3620 S MW

5pm-6:15pm

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ENGLISH How to Meet English/Writing Prerequisites Initial placement in pre-college-level composition courses (ENGL 097 and 098) and in English Composition I (ENGL& 101) is by assessment test scores. Entry into composition courses numbered higher than ENGL& 101 (ENGL& 102, 103, 105, ENGL& 230 or ENGL& 235) is by earning a grade of C or higher in ENGL& 101. For a weekly testing schedule, call 425-388-9288 or go to www.EverettCC.edu/Testing. If you have English credits from another college or university and you plan to enroll in a course that has a prerequisite (ENGL& 101, ENGL& 102, 103, 105, ENGL& 230 or ENGL& 235) you should bring a copy of your transcript and course description to the Enrollment Services Office two weeks prior to registration. Students who have English as a second language and who are not yet ready for ENGL 097 should take the CASAS placement test. Contact the Transitional Studies Division at 425-388-9339 for further information.

ENGL 097 Beginning Grammar and Writing PR: Placement by assessment test score. * Section E (3656) has a lab fee of $30.32. 3650 A 3652 B 3654 C 3656 E

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ENGL 098/098D Introduction to College Writing 5 PR: Placement by assessment test score on the writing portion or a grade of C or higher in ENGL 097 or ESL 097 or IELP 097. * Section AC (3664) has a lab fee of $30.32. * Section AC (3664) is an accelerated course taught January 8 - February 8 and REQUIRES concurrent enrollment in ENGL& 101 AC (3706) that meets the second half of the quarter. Last day for 100% refund: January 9. Last day for 50% refund: January 10.

OL 3678 OL1 Online Harrington A OL 3680 OL2 Online Harrington A OL 3682 OL3 Online Shen P OL 3684 OL4 Online Newlin G OL 3686 OL5 Online Edwards J DOL 3688 OL6 Online Wells-Edwards A DOL 3690 OL7 Online Wells-Edwards A OL 3692 OL8 Online Colantino G 3694 A MTWTh 7:40am-8:40am GWH 282 Ives R H 3696 HY1 TTh 8am-9:30am GWH 384 Staff 3698 B MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am GWH 160 Tobias S 3700 C MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am GWH 278 Staff 3702 E MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am GWH 288 Staff 3704 F MTWTh 10am-11am GWH 278 Staff 3706 AC MW 10am-12:10pm GWH 378 Beebe J TTh 10am-12:10pm GWH 164 3710 H MW 10am-12:10pm GWH 168 Staff 3712 I TTh 10am-12:10pm WHI 361 Staff 3714 J MW 10am-12:10pm GWH 286 Tobias S EC 3716 MO MW 10:20am-12:30pm TYE 301 Seslar C 3718 K TTh 10am-12:10pm GWH 168 Seslar C 3720 L MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm GWH 282 Aubrey K 3722 M MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm GWH 278 Staff 3724 N MTWTh 12:20pm-1:20pm GWH 284 Ripper David 3726 O MTWTh 12:20pm-1:20pm GWH 160 Fischer C 3728 P MTWTh 12:20pm-1:20pm GWH 282 Aubrey K H 3730 HY2 TTh 12:20pm-1:50pm GWH 166 Hill H 3732 Q MW 12:20pm-2:30pm GWH 270 Berger R DH 3734 HY3 MW 12:20pm-1:50pm GWH 152 Wells-Edwards A 3736 R TTh 12:20pm-2:30pm GWH 286 Zull R 3738 W TTh 12:20pm-2:30pm GWH 288 Colantino G 3740 X MTWTh 1:30pm-2:30pm GWH 284 Staff 3744 S MW 5pm-7:10pm GWH 274 Zull R 3746 T TTh 5pm-7:10pm GWH 274 Zull R

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10:50am-12:30pm AMT 159

ENGL& 101/101D English Composition I 5 PR: Completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher. * Section AC (3706) has a lab fee of $30.32. * Section AC (3706) is an accelerated course taught February 12 - March 23 and REQUIRES concurrent enrollment in ENGL 098 AC (3664) that meets the first half of the quarter. Last day for 100% refund: February 13. Last day for 50% refund: February 14. * Section MO (3716) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.

OL 3658 OL Online Shen P 3660 A MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am GWH 284 Ripper David 3662 B MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am GWH 378 Aubrey K 3664 AC MW 10am-12:10pm GWH 378 Beebe J TTh 10am-12:10pm GWH 164 3666 E MTWTh 10am-11am GWH 364 Shen P DH 3668 HY TTh 10am-11:30am IND 103 Hill H 3670 G MTWTh 12:20pm-1:20pm GWH 376 Davis R 3674 S TTh 5pm-7:10pm GWH 376 Davis R

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ENGL& 102/102D Composition II 5 PR: Completion of ENGL& 101 with a grade of C or higher. * Section MO (3796) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe. OL OL OL OL DOL DOL WE DH D D WE D EC

3752 3754 3756 3758 3760 3762 3770 3772 3774 3776 3778 3780 3782 3784 3786 3788 3790 3792 3794 3795 3796 3798 3800

OL1 Online Newlin G OL2 Online Newlin G OL3 Online Ripper Diane E OL4 Online Ripper Diane E OL5 Online Houston D OL6 Online Houston D A MW 7:40am-9:50am GWH 152 Edwards J HY1 TTh 8am-9:30am GWH 152 Houston D B MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am GWH 364 Fischer C C MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am GWH 388 Murphey D E MTWTh 10am-11am GWH 152 Murphey D F MTWTh 10am-11am GWH 372 Staff G MTWTh 10am-11am GWH 376 Staff H MW 10am-12:10pm GWH 160 Edwards J I TTh 10am-12:10pm GWH 286 Tobias S J MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm GWH 284 Staff K MTWTh 12:20pm-1:20pm GWH 384 Murphey D L MW 12:20pm-2:30pm GWH 286 Staff M TTh 12:20pm-2:30pm GWH 378 Seslar C N MTWTh 1:30pm-2:30pm GWH 282 Staff MO MW 3pm-5:10pm TYE 301 Staff S MW 5pm-7:10pm GWH 376 Staff T TTh 5pm-7:10pm GWH 380 Staff

ENGL 103 The Critical Paper PR: Completion of ENGL& 101 with a grade of C or higher.

3802 A MTWTh 10am-11am

GWH 288

European Literature – ENGL 252 Spiritual journeys, visits to hell, epic romances, renaissance ribaldry, virtuous heroines, heroic quests (even Monty Python’s Holy Grail). Offered winter quarter ONLY.

Fischer C

ENGL 105 Creative Non-Fiction PR: Completion of ENGL& 101 with a grade of C or higher. H

3804 HY TTh

Staff

3808 A MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am GWH 282

Ives R

ENGL 106

5

12:20pm-1:50pm GWH 264

ENGL 108

Poetry I

5

Fiction I

5

OL 3812 OL Online 3814 A MTWTh 10am-11am GWH 282

Craft K Ives R

ENGL& 111 Introduction to Literature 5 * Section MO (3820) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe. OL 3816 OL Online Harrington A H 3818 HY TTh 10am-11:30am GWH 160 Craft K EC 3820 MO MW 12:40pm-2:50pm TYE 301 Staff

ENGL 150 Tutor Training and Practice PR: Grade B or higher in ENGL& 101 and approval of Writing Center Coordinator.

3824 A Arranged

ENGL 151 Tutor Training and Practice PR: ENGL 150 or approval of Writing Center Coordinator.

3826 A Arranged

3828 A Arranged

3830 HY TTh

5

12:20pm-1:50pm GWH 264

ENGL 168 Fiction II PR: ENGL 108 or instructor permission.

Science Fiction

3844 A MTWTh 10am-11am

Ives R

5

OL 3838 OL Online 3840 A MTWTh 10am-11am GWH 282

Staff

5

3834 A MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am GWH 282

ENGL 173

1-5

GWH 150 Harrington A

ENGL 166 Poetry II PR: ENGL 106 or instructor permission.

1-5

GWH 150 Harrington A

ENGL 165 Non-Fiction II PR: ENGL 105 or instructor permission. H

1-5

GWH 150 Harrington A

ENGL 152 Tutor Training and Practice PR: ENGL 151 or approval of Writing Center Coordinator.

Warm up this Winter with Medieval & Renaissance

5

Craft K Ives R

5 GWH 382

Berger R

ENGL 183D Children’s Literature 5 * Section OL1 (3846) and Section OL2 (3847) -- Access to a library with a substantial children’s book collection is required. DOL 3846 OL1 Online Huntington M DOL 3847 OL2 Online Huntington M

ENGL 203

Young Adult Literature

OL 3848 OL Online

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5 Craft K

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ENGL 205 Non-Fiction III PR: ENGL 165 or instructor permission. H

3850 HY TTh

5

12:20pm-1:50pm GWH 264

Staff

5

3854 A MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am GWH 282

Ives R

ENGL 208 Fiction III PR: ENGL 168 or instructor permission.

5

OL 3858 OL Online 3860 A MTWTh 10am-11am GWH 282

Craft K Ives R

ENGL& 230 Technical Writing PR: Completion of ENGL& 101 with a grade of C or higher.

3

OL 3864 OL1 Online OL 3866 OL2 Online

Patching L Patching L

ENGL& 235 Technical Writing and Research PR: Completion of ENGL& 101 with a grade of C or higher.

D

Introduction to American Literature

5 Berger R

Medieval and Renaissance Literature

5 Walker J

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE ENVS& 100 Sustaining our Earth 5 PR: ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher, or skills assessment at ENGL& 101; MATH 080 or skills assessment at MATH 081 or higher. H 3950 HY MWTh 12:20pm-1:30pm SHK 232 OL 3952 OL1 Online OL 3954 OL2 Online

Dooley F Fennell J Brindle J

FILM Introduction to Film

OL 4200 OL Online

VanBeek D

FIRE 205 Fire Department Operations II 5 PR: FIRE 102 or instructor permission. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $549.25. The last day for 100% refund: January 11. No 50% refund option. OL 4234 OL Online

Schwab D

FRENCH See the World Languages section of this schedule.

3876 A MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm GWH 382

FILM 100

OL 4232 OL Online

Patching L Patching L

3874 A MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am GWH 382

ENGL 252

Kreiman K S

FIRE 202 Fire Investigation and Evidence Preservation 3 PR: FIRE 102 or instructor permission. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $329.95. The last day for 100% refund: January 11. No 50% refund option.

5

OL 3868 OL1 Online OL 3870 OL2 Online

ENGL 240D

OL 4226 OL Online

CLASS SCHEDULE

ENGL 206 Poetry III PR: ENGL 166 or instructor permission.

FIRE 124 Hazardous Materials Awareness/Operations 5 PR: FIRE 102 or instructor permission. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $549.25. Payment due at registration. Last day for 100% refund: January 11. No 50% refund option.

5 Peterson B

FIRE SCIENCE Attending an information session is recommended. It will give you an overview of the Fire Science and EMT Programs, and advise you on how to get started. Visit our website at EverettCC.edu/Fire for current dates and times. Call 425-388-9591 or 425-388-9517 for more information.

GEOGRAPHY GEOG 101

Introduction to Geography

4510 A MTWTh 10am-11am

5 GWH 384

Lyste K

4522 A MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm GWH 384

Lyste K

GEOG 201D Cultural Geography D

5

GEOG 205 Physical Geography PR: Placement at MATH 080 or higher level AND eligibility for ENGL& 101. * Lab fee: $48; field trip fee: $50; and computer lab fee: $30.32. * REQUIRED field trip dates: February 2 - 4. 4526 A MW Th

8am-9:50am 8am-9:50am

GWH 384 GWH 164

GEOL& 103 Historical Geology 5 PR: MATH 080 or skills assessment at MATH 081 or higher; ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher, or skills assessment at ENGL& 101 or higher. Lab fee: $35.20. WE 4560 A TWTh 8am-9:50am

WHI 238

OL 4218 OL Online

OL 4570 OL1 Online OL 4572 OL2 Online

OL 4224 OL Online

Course descriptions can be found online at EverettCC.edu/Classes

Grupp S

GEOL 104 Introduction to Geological Science II 5 PR: MATH 080 or skills assessment at MATH 081 or higher level; ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher, or skills assessment at ENGL&101 or higher level. Field trip fee: $69.75. Lab fee: $87.45. *Required field trip January 26-28. WE 4562 A MW

FIRE 122 Fire Company Strategy & Tactics I 3 PR: FIRE 102 or instructor permission. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $329.95. Payment due at registration. Last day for 100% refund: January 11. No 50% refund option.

Lyste K

GEOLOGY

FIRE 106 Fundamental Ladder Company Operations 3 PR: FIRE 102 or instructor permission. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $329.95. Payment due at registration. Last day for 100% refund: January 11. No 50% refund option. Schwab D

5

12:40pm-3:30pm WHI 238

Wershow H

GEOL 106 Survey of Earth Science 5 PR: MATH 080 or skills assessment at MATH 081 or higher; ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher, or skills assessment at ENGL& 101 or higher level. Grupp S Grupp S

Hale C Web Enhanced

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GEOL 107 Earth Science for Everybody 5 PR: MATH 080 or skills assessment at MATH 081 or higher level; ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher, or skills assessment at ENGL&101 or higher level. Lab fee: $87.45. WE 4574 A TTh

12:40pm-3:30pm WHI 238

Wershow H

GERMAN See the World Languages section of this schedule.

GRAPH 110 Foundations of Graphic Design Lab fee: $110.78. WE 4692 A TTh WE 4693 S TTh

1:30pm-4:20pm 5pm-7:50pm

5 WHI 354 WHI 354

Lake R Lake R

GRAPH 113 Graphic Design and Typography PR: GRAPH 110. Lab fee: $110.78

GLOBAL STUDIES GS 101D Introduction to Global Studies 5 PR: Completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher or eligibility for ENGL& 101. * Section MO (4642) is being taught at the Lake Tye building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe. DOL 4640 OL Online DEC 4642 MO TTh 8am-10:10am TYE 302 DWE 4644 A MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm GWH 274

GRAPHIC ARTS

Clarke C Staff Dinter E

GS 185D Introduction to Latin America 5 PR: Completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher or eligibility for ENGL& 101. DOL 4650 OL Online Willoughby S

WE 4694 A MWF 10am-11:50am

WHI 355

5 Kammer G

GRAPH 118 Graphic Design Process 5 PR: GRAPH 110 with a grade of C or higher or instructor permission. Lab fee: $110.78. WE 4697 A MW

1:30pm-4:20pm

WHI 355

Kammer G

OL 4698 OL Online

Kammer G

GRAPH 120 History of Graphic Design

5

GRAPH 195 Foundation Portfolio Review PR: ART 110, GRAPH 110, GRAPH 113, GRAPH 120, and PHOTO 110 or instructor permission. Lab fee: $36.98. WE 4701 B Arranged

2

Lake R

GRAPH 202 Package Design 5 PR: GRAPH 201 with grade of C or higher or instructor permission. Lab fee: $110.78. WE 4702 A TTh

1:30pm-4:20pm

WHI 355

GRAPH 213 Brand Identity PR: GRAPH 110 Lab fee: $110.78. WE 4703 A TTh

10am-12:50pm

Larson C

5 WHI 355

Lake R

GRAPH 242 Content Management Systems 5 PR: GRAPH 240 with a grade of C or higher or instructor permission. Lab fee: $110.78. H

4704 HY TTh

10am-12:50pm

WHI 354

GRAPH 250 Graphic Arts Internship

Larson C

2-5

4708 A Arranged

Kammer G

GRAPH 271 Dynamic Media Design 5 PR: GRAPH 115 with a grade of C or higher or instructor permission. Lab fee: $110.78. WE 4710 A MWF 8am-9:50am

Stress Management – HDEV 156 Winter quarter only

Examine the stress in your life, consequences of this stress and its impact on thoughts, feelings and your behavior. Most importantly, develop and practice methods of reducing and coping with your stress!

30

WINTER 2018

WHI 355

GRAPH 292 Business Practices for Graphic Design PR: Instructor permission required. Lab fee: $36.98. WE 4715 A T

8am-9:50am

WHI 354

Larson C

2 Lake R

HEALTH SCIENCE Attending an information session is required. It will give you an overview of the Medical Assisting Program and advise you how to get started. Visit our website at EverettCC.edu/MA for current dates and times. Call 425-388-9461 for more information.

HLTH 080 HIV/AIDS Training 0.7 * Section A (4740) is held January 19 and January 26; Deadline for 100% refund: January 13. * Section OL (4742) begins on January 9 and ends January 27; Deadline for 100% refund: January 13. WE 4740 A F 10am-2pm LBH 107 OL 4742 OL Online

Hamburg R Clark C

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HLTH 100

Medical Terminology

5

H 4746 HY TTh 2:40pm-3:30pm LBH 106 OL 4748 OL1 Online

Etling R Hamburg R

5

H 4780 HY M WF

WE 4782 A TTh TTh

HLTH 104

H

Critical Inquiry in Healthcare

3

WE 4756 A MWF 9am-9:50am LBH 207 Balluru P OL 4758 OL Online Samaniego A

HLTH 106 Administrative Skills-Office Management 5 PR: Successful completion of ENGL& 101, BUS 130 or MATH 080 or higher and HLTH 100, with a grade of C or higher. OL 4760 OL Online Samaniego A

HLTH 107 Administrative Skills: Computer Applications 3 PR: Successful completion of ENGL& 101, BUS 130 or MATH 080 or higher and HLTH 100, with a grade of C or higher. 4762 HY TTh

HLTH 130 H

10am-10:50am

LBH 209

Balluru P

LBH 209

Balluru P

Disease & Pathology

4766 HY WF

10am-11:50am

5

HLTH 140 Emergency Care Procedures 2 PR: Valid CPR card (American Heath Association BLS Provider, “Heartcode” BLS Course, or Military Health Network Course). H

4768 HY Sa

8am-5pm

LBH 107

Badger C

HLTH 150D Intercultural Communication in Health Care PR: ENGL& 101. DH 4770 HY T

5pm-7:10pm

5

LBH 207

Malone C

HLTH 213

WE 4786 A TTh TTh

WE 4790 S W

Hamburg R

WE 4792 S T

HIST 100

HIST 103D D

HIST 111

5

12:20pm-1:20pm LBH 207 Adolphsen E 1:30pm-4:20pm LBH 206

5pm-7:10pm

LBH 209 Etling/Samaniego

5pm-7:10pm

6

LBH 209 Etling/Samaniego

Ancient & Medieval Worlds

5

Rash D Pearce J

World Civilizations

5 Ripper J

Western Civilization to 1648

4808 A MTWTh 10am-11am

5 GWH 380

Ripper J

Western Civilization 1648 to Present

5

4818 A MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm GWH 380

Ripper J

U.S. History I

5

Clark C

HIST& 147 U.S. History II 5 * Section MO (4834) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.

HIST 170D

Course descriptions can be found online at EverettCC.edu/Classes

Balluru P

4806 A MTWTh 12:20pm-1:20pm GWH 380

H

OL 4778 OL Online

2

12:20pm-1:30pm LBH 106

OL 4804 OL1 Online OL 4805 OL2 Online

HLTH 205 Medical Law and Ethics 4 PR: Successful completion of ENGL& 101, BUS 130 or MATH 080 or higher and HLTH 100, with a grade of C or higher. HLTH 207 Law, Healthcare & Patient Safety PR: Completion of or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 098 or higher.

Hamburg R

HISTORY

OL 4828 OL 4830 WE 4832 ECWE 4834 H 4836

LBH 207

LBH 207 LBH 208

OL 4824 OL Online Noble-Wold G

HLTH 192 Clinical Skills - Laboratory 5 PR: Successful completion of ENGL& 101, BUS 130 or MATH 080 or higher and HLTH 100, with a grade of C or higher. Lab fee: $88.85. 12:20pm-2:10pm SHK 139 12:20pm-2:10pm LBH 209

9am-9:50am 10am-11:50am

HLTH 251 Medical Assisting Clinical Externship PR: Instructor Permission. Malpractice insurance fee: $20.

HIST& 146

12:20pm-2:10pm LBH 204 2:40pm-3:30pm LBH 207

4

HLTH 221 Phlebotomy Technician Practicum 4 PR: HLTH 220 and Instructor permission. Lab fee: $64.65. Malpractice insurance fee: $20.

WE 4772 A TTh TTh

5pm-7:10pm

Clark C

HLTH 214 Clinical Skills-Ambulatory PR: Instructor Permission. Lab fee: $56.85.

HIST 112

4776 HY Th

LBH 209 LBH 306

Introduction to Electronic Medical Records

4784 HY M

HLTH 191 Clinical Skills - Surgical 4 PR: Successful completion of ENGL& 101, BUS 130 or MATH 080 or higher and HLTH 100, with a grade of C or higher. Lab fee: $56.20.

H 4774 HY WF M

10am-11:50am 10am-11:50am

HLTH 212 Principles of Phlebotomy PR: Instructor permission. CR: HLTH 211 Lab fee: $280.

WE 4752 A MW 12:20pm-2:10pm LBH 207 Adolphsen E F 12:20pm-2:10pm LBH 302 OL 4754 OL Online Clark C

H

4

CLASS SCHEDULE

HLTH 102 Applied A & P Lab fee: $33.15. * Section HY (4752) has a lab fee of $33.15.

HLTH 211 Medication Administration Lab fee: $127.90.

Malone C

5

Ripper J Staff Fox L McHale J Ripper J

Multicultural American History

5

DOL 4840 OL Online Noble-Wold G

HIST& 214 Malone C

OL1 Online OL2 Online A TTh 7:40am-9:50am GWH 270 MO TTh 10:20am-12:30pm TYE 302 HY W 5pm-7:10pm GWH 380

Pacific Northwest History

5

OL 4842 OL Online WE 4844 A TTh 10am-12:10pm GWH 270

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INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

HUMAN DEVELOPMENT

CLASS SCHEDULE

HDEV 110 Career/Life Planning Career Testing Fee: $31.90.

3

OL 4935 OL1 Online H 4937 HY1 W 1:10pm-2:30pm GWH 288

HDEV 155 H

Human Relations in the Workplace

4954 HY1 W

HDEV 156

Skinner D Myers G

3

12:20pm-2:10pm GWH 166

Russo C

Stress Management

4962 A M

2

12:20pm-2:10pm GWH 166

Mehta N

HUMAN SERVICES HUMS 101

Intro to Human Services

4974 CA TTh

3

12:20pm-1:50pm GWH 270

Blanchard A

HUMANITIES HUM 110D Introduction to American Cultural Studies 5 PR: Completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher or eligibility for ENGL& 101. DOL 4984 OL Online

Hamilton F

HUM 160D Introduction to Japanese History and Culture 5 PR: Completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher or eligibility for ENGL& 101. * REQUIRED: For both classes below, two Saturday classroom meetings are required as part of the course instruction (dates announced when classes begin). If a student is unable to attend these sessions, an alternate assignment will be given with no penalty to the student’s grade. DOL 4986 OL1 Online DOL 4988 OL2 Online

HUM 166D D

Takechi K Takechi K

Germany in Transition

5

4990 A MTWTh 12:20pm-1:20pm GWH 274

Dinter E

HUM 195 Honors Seminar: The Integration of Knowledge PR: ENGL& 101 with a grade of B or higher. HNH 4992 HNH MW

12:20pm-1:20pm GWH 382

HUM 196 Honors Symposium PR: ENGL& 101 with a grade of B or higher. HN 4994 HN TTh

HUM 247D

Walker J

2

12:20pm-1:20pm GWH 382

Introduction to World Religions

DH 4996 HY TTh

3

Walker J

5

12:20pm-1:50pm GWH 280

Riordan M

INFORMATION LITERACY INFO 200N Netbook VER 2 Netbook fee: $20.

5441 CA

0 PSU LIB

Staff

IT 101 Introduction to Information Technology 5 Lab fee: $48.28; Certification fee: $63.60. *Section HYB (5122) permission required. Contact Dustin Levesque, I-BEST Program Specialist at 425-388-9159. H H H

5120 HY1 MW 5121 HY2 MW 5122 HYB MW

2:40pm-4:50pm 5pm-7:10pm 5pm-7:10pm

SHK 230 SHK 230 SHK 230

Skarr D Skarr D Skarr D

IT 111 Networking Fundamentals 5 Lab fee: $48.28; Certification fee: $63.60. *Section HYB (5125) permission required. Contact Dustin Levesque, I-BEST Program Specialist at 425-388-9159. H H H

5123 HY1 MW 5124 HY2 MW 5125 HYB MW

5pm-7:10pm SHK 230/234 7:20pm-9:30pm SHK 230/234 7:20pm-9:30pm SHK 230/234

Walser D Walser D Walser D

IT 115 Device and Mobility Fundamentals 5 PR: IT 111 or concurrent enrollment in IT 111 or instructor permission. Lab fee: $48.28; Certification fee: $63.60. H

5126 HY TTh

7:20pm-9:30pm SHK 230

Masinelli R

IT 117 CCNA 1: Introduction to Networks 5 PR: IT 111 or instructor permission. Lab fee: $48.28; Certification fee: $63.60. *Class has a non-traditional format; two classes are taught by one instructor during this class time; schedule of lectures/lab times provided at first class meeting. H

5128 HY MW

7:20pm-9:30pm SHK 232/234 Clements M

IT 122 CCNA 2: Routing/Switching Essentials 5 PR: IT 117 or instructor permission. Lab fee: $48.28; Certification fee: $63.60. *Class has a non-traditional format; two classes are taught by one instructor during this class time; schedule of lectures/lab times provided at first class meeting. H

5129 HY MW

5pm-7:10pm SHK 232/234

Clements M

IT 161 Computing Hardware and Technical Support 4 PR: IT 111 or concurrent enrollment in IT 111 or instructor permission. Lab fee: $48.28; Certification fee: $63.60. H

5131 HY TTh

5pm-6:40pm

SHK 130

Walser D

IT 162 Computing Operation and Troubleshooting 4 PR: IT 111 or concurrent enrollment in IT 111 or instructor permission. Lab fee: $48.28; Certification fee: $63.60. H

5133 HY MW

5pm-6:40pm

SHK 130

Masinelli R

IT 180 Information Security Fundamentals 5 PR: IT 111 or concurrent enrollment in IT 111 or instructor permission. Lab fee: $48.28; Certification fee: $63.60. H

5135 HY TTh

5pm-7:10pm

SHK 230

Skarr D

IT 210 Network Application Support PR: IT 202 or instructor permission. Lab fee: $48.28; Certification fee: $63.60. H

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7:20pm-9:30pm SHK 130

5

Walser D

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IT 217 CCNA 3: Scaling Networks 5 PR: IT 122 or instructor permission. Lab fee: $48.28; Certification fee: $63.60. *Class has a non-traditional format; two classes are taught by one instructor during this class time; schedule of lectures/lab times provided at first class meeting.

IEP 083 Intensive Reading 1 * Self-support, non-tuition class; class cost: $731.68. Last day for 100% refund: January 12. No 50% refund option.

H

IEP 085 Intensive Reading 2 * Self-support, non-tuition class; class cost: $731.68. Last day for 100% refund: January 12. No 50% refund option.

7:20pm-9:30pm SHK 232

Clements M

IT 222 CCNA 4: Connecting Networks 5 PR: IT 217 with a grade of C or higher, or instructor permission. Lab fee: $48.28; Certification fee: $63.60. *Class has a non-traditional format; two classes are taught by one instructor during this class time; schedule of lectures/lab times provided at first class meeting. H 5142 HY MW TTh

5pm-7:10pm 5pm-7:10pm

SHK 232 SHK 234

Clements M

IT 240 Linux Systems Administration 5 PR: IT 202, previously IT 224, or instructor permission. Lab fee: $48.28; Certification fee: $63.60. H

5147 HY TTh

SHK 230

Clements M

5148 HY Arranged

Skarr D

IT 251 H

IT 252 H

5pm-7:10pm

Computer Careers Internship

1-5

Advanced Computer Careers Internship

5149 HY Arranged

1-5

2:10pm-3:30pm BAK 202 2:10pm-3:30pm BAK 109 2:10pm-3:30pm MON 212

Staff Staff Staff

IEP 063 Intensive Listening and Speaking 1 3 * Self-support, non-tuition class; class cost: $548.76. Last day for 100% refund: January 12. No 50% refund option.

0300 A MW 0302 B TTh

10am-11:20am 10am-11:20am

BAK 102 BAK 102

Staff Staff

IEP 065 Intensive Listening and Speaking 2 3 * Self-support, non-tuition class; class cost: $548.76. Last day for 100% refund: January 12. No 50% refund option.

0310 A MW 0312 B TTh

10am-11:20am 10am-11:20am

BAK 202 BAK 202

Staff Staff

IEP 073 Intensive Grammar 1 * Self-support, non-tuition class; class cost: $731.68. Last day for 100% refund: January 12. No 50% refund option.

0320 A MTWTh 8:50am-9:40am

BAK 202

4

Staff

IEP 075 Intensive Grammar 2 4 * Self-support, non-tuition class; class cost: $731.68. Last day for 100% refund: January 12. No 50% refund option.

0330 A MTWTh 8:50am-9:40am

RAI 202

Course descriptions can be found online at EverettCC.edu/Classes

12:20pm-2pm 12:20pm-2pm

BAK 205

Staff

BAK 202 BAK 205

0362 A TTh

12:20pm-2pm

Staff Staff

MON 110

0370 A MW 0372 B TTh

12:20pm-2pm 12:20pm-2pm

4

Staff

IEP 095 Intensive Writing 2 * Self-support, non-tuition class; class cost: $731.68. Last day for 100% refund: January 12. No 50% refund option.

4

BAK 206 BAK 206

4

Staff Staff

ITALIAN See the World Languages section of this schedule.

JAPANESE See the World Languages section of this schedule, HUM 160D and ART 228D.

IEP 051 American Culture 3 * Self-support, non-tuition class; class cost: $548.76. Last day for 100% refund: January 12. No 50% refund option. * Section A (0290) and B (0292) are College Survival. * Section C (0298) is Service Learning. 0290 A TTh 0292 B MW 0298 C MW

0350 A MW 0352 B TTh

*Classes are for International students only

12:20pm-2pm

IEP 093 Intensive Writing 1 * Self-support, non-tuition class; class cost: $731.68. Last day for 100% refund: January 12. No 50% refund option.

Skarr D

INTERNATIONAL ENGLISH PROGRAM

0340 A MW

CLASS SCHEDULE

5140 HY MW

4

Staff

JOURNALISM JOURN 110 Media Writing Lab fee: $110.78. H

5314 HY TTh

5

10am-11:50am

WHI 264

Wahl T A

JOURN 170 Student News Media PR: JOURN 101 or instructor permission. Lab fee: $85.77. WE 5330 A MW

1:30pm-2:55pm

3

WHI 265

Wahl T A

JOURN 250 Journalism Internship PR: Instructor permission required.

2-5

5344 A Arranged

Wahl T A

JOURN 299 Special Projects in Journalism PR: Instructor permission required.

1-5

5345 A Arranged

Wahl T A

LINGUISTICS LING 200 Introduction to Linguistic Thoughts PR: Completion of ENGL& 101 with a grade of C or higher or instructor permission.

5450 A MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm GWH 376

5

Davis R

MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY Call 425-388-9570 or email mfg@everettcc.edu for more information.

MFG T 100 Safety for Manufacturing PR: Instructor permission. OSHA cert fee: $8.99.

5500 A TTh 5505 S TTh Web Enhanced

11:30am-2pm 4:30pm-7pm Online Course

Hybrid Course

East County

EC Course

4 AMT 151 AMT 156 Diversity Course

Speicher J Hile D Honors Course

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CLASS SCHEDULE

MFG T 101 Introduction to Machining 5 PR: MFG T 100 or concurrent enrollment in MFG T 100, and instructor permission. Lab fee: $45.31.

5510 A MW

12:30pm-4:30pm AMT 202

Perrault J

MFG T 102 Manufacturing Employment Readiness 12 PR: Placement into ABE/ESL Level 5 or higher AND instructor permission. OSHA cert fee: $8.99. Lab fee: $48.28. WE 5560 A MTWTh 8:15am-12pm MTWTh 8:15am-12pm

AMT 154 AMT153

Berger J Melcher T

MFG T 103 Machining & MFG Processes Lab for Engineers PR: Instructor permission. Lab fee: $11.98. WE 5563 A T

1:30pm-4:30pm

AMT 125

2 Perrault J

MFG T 104 Machine Operator 1 20 PR: Placement in MATH 080 AND permission of MFG T 104 instructor. Lab fee for 5565 & 5567: $252.81. Lab fee for 5566: $160.64. *Section WHS (5566) is being taught at Weston High School. WE 5565 A MTWTh 8am-1:40pm WE 5566 WHS MTWTh 11am-4:40pm WE 5567 S MTWTh 4pm-9:40pm

AMT 202 WTH 131 AMT 202

Soderlund K Becraft J Jirak S

MFG T 105 Machine Operator 2 20 PR: Successful completion of MFG T 104 with a grade of C (2.0) or higher, OR instructor permission. Lab fee for 5568 & 5570: $112.36. Lab fee for 5569: $160.64. *Section WHS (5569) is being taught at Weston High School. WE 5568 A MTWTh 8am-1:40pm WE 5569 WHS MTWTh 11am-4:40pm WE 5570 S MTWTh 4pm-9:40pm

AMT 202 WTH 131 AMT 202

Soderlund K Becraft J Jirak S

MFG T 107 Machining with Mastercam PR: MFG T 105 or instructor permission. Lab fee: $48.28. WE 5571 S TTh

4pm-7pm

4

AMT 124

Appell D

MFG T 117 Blueprint Reading and Schematics PR: Placement into TS 080 or MATH 080 or higher and instructor permission. WE 5578 A TTh

8:30am-9:45am

AMT 151

MFG T 118 Predictive Maintenance PR: MFG T 100 and instructor permission. Lab fee: $11.98. WE 5579 A MW

1pm-2:15pm

AMT 152

3

Perrault J

2 Ackerman K

MFG T 119 Introduction to Robotics 5 PR: Eligibility for MATH 080 and ENGL 098 AND instructor permission. Lab fee: $48.28. H

5580 HY TTh

11:50am-3pm

AMT 152

White R L

MFG T 123 Digital Fundamentals and Logic Controllers 4 PR: Eligibility for MATH 080 and ENGL 098 AND instructor permission. Lab fee: $30.32. WE 5600 A TTh

8:30am-11:15am AMT 152

Staff

MFG T 229 Manufacturing Team Project 5 PR: ENG T 203, ENG T 105, ENG T 259, ENG T 193, or instructor permission. Lab fee: $48.28. WE 5625 A MW

1:20pm-4:20pm

AMT 124

Primacio D

MFG T 230 Manufacturing Team Project AerosPACE PR: Instructor permission. Lab fee: $11.98. WE 5626 HY MW F

8am-9am 8am-10am

AMT 152 AMT 152

5 Patching M

MATHEMATICS MATH 076 Mathematical Literacy 5 PR: Eligibility for MATH 076 via a math assessment OR permission of a math instructor. *Section MH (5676) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe. *Section OL (5678) On-campus attendance required 5-7:10pm in MON 101 for Orientation January 10; Exam 1 February 14; and Exam 2 March 21. ECH OL

5670 5672 5674 5676 5678 5680

MATH 078 WE WE WE WE WE WE

5690 5692 5694 5696 5698 5708

A MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am IND 109 Wellman S B MTWTh 10am-11am BAK 109 Jones C C MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm WHI 365 Wellman S MH TTh 10:20am-11:20am TYE 303 Weiss-Green H OL Online Killingstad C S MW 5pm-7:10pm IND 109 Hill J

Review of Arithmetic and Algebra A B C D E S

MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am MTWTh 10am-11am MW 8:50am-11am MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm MTWTh 12:20pm-1:20pm MW 5pm-7:10pm

RAI 349 RAI 349 RAI 351 RAI 349 RAI 349 RAI 349

2 Baxter L Kissler R Nevins M Cleveland H Killingstad C Wellman S

MATH 079 Self-Paced Arithmetic and Algebra PR: Placement in MATH 079 or higher via an assessment, or permission of a math instructor. WE WE WE WE WE WE

5710 5712 5714 5716 5718 5719

A B C D E S

MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am MTWTh 10am-11am MW 8:50am-11am MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm MTWTh 12:20pm-1:20pm MW 5pm-7:10pm

RAI 349 RAI 349 RAI 351 RAI 349 RAI 349 RAI 349

5

Baxter L Kissler R Nevins M Cleveland H Killingstad C Wellman S

MFG T 120 Electrical Components 5 PR: Eligibility for MATH 080 and ENGL 098 AND instructor permission. Lab fee: $30.32. WE 5585 S TTh

5pm-8:30pm

AMT 152

Ackerman K

MFG T 122 Electro Pneumatic 5 PR: Eligibility for MATH 080 and ENGL 098 AND instructor permission. Lab fee: $30.32. WE 5595 S MW

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AMT 152

Ackerman K

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MATH& 107 Math in Society 5 PR: MATH 092, MATH 098 or MATH 099 or equivalent with a grade of C (2.0) or higher, or placement into MATH& 107 or higher via a math assessment. *Section OL1 (5856) On-campus attendance required 5-7:10pm in WHI 248 for Orientation January 8; Exam 1 February 12; and Exam 2 March 19. *Section OL2 (5858) On-campus attendance required 5-7:10pm in RAI 351 for Orientation January 10; Exam 1 February 14; and Exam 2 March 21.

WE WE WE WE WE OL ECH EC

5852 A MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm IND 109 McPherson G OL 5856 OL1 Online Cleveland H OL 5858 OL2 Online Skrinnik O

5720 5722 5723 5726 5727 5730 5731 5734 5735 5736 5738 5740 5746 5748

A MTWTh 7:40am-8:40am MON 111 Nash B B MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am IND 111 Story M C MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am BAK 210 Casson D D MTWTh 10am-11am WHI 365 Hugo A E MTWTh 10am-11am BAK 209 Mazzawi L F MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm BAK 109 Nevins M G MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm MON 202 Trujillo J H MTWTh 12:20pm-1:20pm WHI 352 Casson D I MTWTh 12:20pm-1:20pm RAI 351 Cahan A S MW 5pm-7:10pm RAI 300 Repanich D T TTh 7:20pm-9:30pm RAI 300 Repanich D OL Online Casson D MH TTh 8am-9am TYE 303 Weiss-Green H MO TTh 7:40pm-9:50pm TYE 303 Akesson K

MATH 092 Elementary and Intermediate Algebra II 5 PR: Completion of MATH 091 with a C (2.0) or higher OR instructor permission. *Section MH (5784) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe. *Section OL (5786) On-campus attendance required 5-7:10pm in BAK 210 for Orientation January 10; Exam 1 February 14; and Exam 2 March 21. WE H H ECH OL

5770 5772 5774 5778 5780 5782 5784 5786 5788

A MTWTh 7:40am-8:40am MON 203 Baxter L B MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am MON 220 Mackey J C MTWTh 10am-11am MON 203 Baxter L D MTWTh 12:20pm-1:20pm BAK 210 McCranie E HY1 TTh 10am-11am RAI 351 Nevins M HY2 MW 11:10am-12:10pm RAI 351 Cahan A MH TTh 9:10am-10:10am TYE 303 Weiss-Green H OL Online Nevins M S MW 7:20pm-9:30pm IND 109 Hill J

MATH 099 Intermediate Algebra 5 PR: MATH 082 (or equivalent) with a grade of C (2.0) or higher, or placement into MATH 099 via an assessment, or instructor permission. *Section OL (5827) On-campus attendance required 5-7:10pm in BAK 209 for Orientation January 8; Exam 1 February 12; and Exam 2 March 19. WE OL

5820 5822 5824 5826 5827

A MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am MON 209 B MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm BAK 210 C MTWTh 12:20pm-1:20pm MON 203 S MW 5pm-7:10pm MON 202 OL Online

Gramling P McCranie E Kissler R Staff Nguyen H

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MATH 138 Applied College Algebra 5 PR: ENGL 098, ESL 098 or IELP 098 with a grade of C or higher, or placement into ENGL& 101; and MATH 092 or MATH 099 (or equivalent) with a grade of C (2.0) or higher, or placement into MATH 138; or instructor permission. *Section OL (5866) On-campus attendance required 5-7:10pm in BAK 209 for Orientation January 10; Exam 1 February 14; and Exam 2 March 21. 5860 A MTWTh 10am-11am MON 212 WE 5862 B MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm IND 115 OL 5866 OL Online

CLASS SCHEDULE

MATH 086 Essentials of Intermediate Algebra 5 PR: MATH 076 or MATH 080 or MATH 091 (or equivalent) with a C (2.0) or better OR eligibility for MATH 086 via a math assessment OR permission of a math instructor. *Section OL (5740) On-campus attendance required 5-7:10pm in BAK 210 for Orientation January 8; Exam 1 February 12; and Exam 2 March 19. *Sections MH (5746) and MO (5748) are being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe.

Yu J K Bolan K Gramling P

MATH& 141 Precalculus I: College Algebra 5 PR: MATH 092 or MATH 099 or equivalent with a grade of C (2.0) or higher, or placement into MATH& 141 via an assessment, or instructor permission. *Section MO (5882) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe. *Section OL (5886) On-campus attendance required 5-7:10pm in RAI 351 for Orientation January 8; Exam 1 February 12; and Exam 2 March 19. WE WE EC OL

5870 5872 5874 5876 5878 5879 5880 5882 5886 5888

A MTWTh 7:40am-8:40am BAK 109 Jones C B MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am MON 201 Cleveland H C MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am MON 212 Nguyen H D MTWTh 10am-11am IND 109 McPherson G E MTWTh 10am-11am MON 101 McCranie E F MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm MON 220 Nguyen H G MTWTh 12:20pm-1:20pm MON 212 Yu J K MO TTh 5:20pm-7:30pm TYE 303 Akesson K OL Online Cahan A S MW 7:20pm-9:30pm RAI 300 Repanich D

MATH& 142 Precalculus II: Trigonometry 5 PR: MATH& 141 or equivalent with a grade of C (2.0) or higher, or placement into MATH& 142 via an assessment, or instructor permission.

5890 5892 5894 5896 5897 5898

A B C D E S

MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am BAK 109 MTWTh 10am-11am MON 220 MTWTh 10am-11am MON 209 MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm MON 209 MTWTh 12:20pm-1:20pm BAK 109 TTh 5pm-7:10pm RAI 300

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Hybrid Course

East County

EC Course

Diversity Course

Jones C Mackey J Gramling P Gramling P Jones C Repanich D

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CLASS SCHEDULE

MATH& 146 Introduction to Statistics 5 PR: MATH 092, MATH 098 or MATH 099 or equivalent with a grade of C (2.0) or higher, or placement into MATH& 146 via an assessment. *Section OL (5906) On-campus attendance required 5-7:10pm in BAK 209 for Orientation January 9; Exam 1 February 13; and Exam 2 March 20. WE H OL

5900 5902 5903 5904 5906 5908

A MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am BAK 209 B MTWTh 10am-11am IND 111 C MTWTh 12:20pm-1:20pm BAK 209 HY TTh 11:10am-12:10pm RAI 351 OL Online S TTh 5pm-7:10pm RAI 351

Mazzawi L Story M Thomas D Skrinnik O Mazzawi L Skrinnik O

MATH& 148 Business Calculus 5 PR: MATH 138 or MATH& 141 with a grade of C (2.0) or higher, or placement into MATH& 148 or higher via an assessment, or permission of a math instructor. *Section MH (5912) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe. WE 5910 A MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm BAK 209 ECH 5912 MH TTh 12:40pm-2:20pm TYE 303 5918 S TTh 7:20pm-9:30pm RAI 351

Thomas D Staff Skrinnik O

MATH& 151 Calculus I 5 PR: MATH& 142 or MATH& 144 with a grade of C (2.0) or higher, or placement into MATH& 151 or higher via an assessment, or instructor permission. WE

5920 5922 5924 5926

A B C D

Daily 8:50am-9:40am IND 115 MTWTh 10am-11am BAK 110 MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm MON 111 Daily 12:20pm-1:10pm IND 115

Bolan K Casson D Nash B Bolan K

MATH& 152 Calculus II 5 PR: MATH& 151 or equivalent with a grade of C (2.0) or higher, or instructor permission. *Section MO (5936) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe. WE HN EC

5930 5932 5934 5935 5936 5938

A MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am MON 202 Trujillo J B MTWTh 10am-11am MON 202 Trujillo J C MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm MON 101 Killingstad C HN MTWTh 12:20pm-1:20pm RAI 300 Linton K MO TTh 3pm-5:10pm TYE 303 Staff S MTTh 3:20pm-4:40pm RAI 300 Weiss-Green H

MATH& 163 Calculus 3 5 PR: MATH& 152 or equivalent with a grade of C (2.0) or higher, or instructor permission.

5940 A MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am WHI 365 5942 B MTWTh 10am-11am MON 111 5944 C MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm MON 212

Hugo A Nash B Yu J K

MATH 260 Linear Algebra PR: MATH& 153 or MATH& 163 or equivalent with a grade of C (2.0) or higher, or instructor permission.

5950 A MTWTh 10am-11am

MON 201

Cleveland H

MATH 261 Differential Equations PR: MATH& 163 or MATH& 254 or equivalent with a grade of C (2.0) or higher, or instructor permission.

5954 A MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm MON 203

5

5

Baxter L

MATH& 264 Calculus 4 4 PR: MATH& 163 or equivalent with a grade of C (2.0) or higher, or instructor permission.

5956 A MTWTh 10am-10:50am RAI 300 5958 B MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm RAI 300

MEDICAL CODING The Medical Coding program uses web-based curriculum to deliver training for assigning medical codes. The program is offered in an online environment, which may be entered at the beginning of any quarter and requires an average of 3 hours of study time per credit per week. The program focuses on providing the training required for students to sit for an industry certification exam with either AHIMA or AAPC. Courses may only be taken by students enrolled in the Medical Coding or Medical Billing Specialist programs.

MC 102 Introduction to Medical Coding 3 PR: Instructor permission. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $612.44. The last day for 100% refund: January 11. No 50% refund option. OL 5962 OL1 Online

WINTER 2018

Krajewski S

MC 106 Health Info, Delivery, Legal, Compliance 2 PR: Instructor permission. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $274.96. The last day for 100% refund: January 11. No 50% refund option. OL 5966 OL1 Online

Krajewski S

MC 112 Health Information Management 5 * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $687.40. The last day for 100% refund: January 11. No 50% refund option. OL 5970 OL1 Online

Cranney M

MC 115 Healthcare Reimbursement 3 * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $412.44. The last day for 100% refund: January 11. No 50% refund option. OL 5974 OL1 Online

Pouillon K

MC 120 Healthcare Vocabulary 4 PR: Instructor permission. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $549.92. The last day for 100% refund: January 11. No 50% refund option. OL 5978 OL1 Online

Krajewski S

MC 137 Structure and Function of the Human Body 3 PR: MC 101 or MC 102 with grade of C or higher or concurrent enrollment. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $412.44. The last day for 100% refund: January 11. No 50% refund option. OL 5982 OL1 Online

Krajewski S

MC 138 Pathophysiology 3 PR: MC 120 with grade of C or higher. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $412.44. The last day for 100% refund: January 11. No 50% refund option. OL 5986 OL1 Online

Pouillon K

MC 140 Basics of Pharmacology 1 PR: MC 136. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $137.48. The last day for 100% refund: January 11. No 50% refund option. OL 5990 OL1 Online

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Cranney M

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MTE 170 Anatomy, Physiology, Disease Processes-MT/MTE 4 PR: MTE 110 with a grade of C or higher or concurrent enrollment. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $482.14. The last day for 100% refund: January 11. No 50% refund option.

OL 5994 OL1 Online

OL 6042 OL1 Online

Pouillon K

Williams B

MC 148 Advanced Coding with ICD-10-CM/PCS 4 PR: MC 145 with grade of C or higher. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $549.92. The last day for 100% refund: January 11. No 50% refund option.

MTE 190 Pharmacology, Lab Data, Physical Exam-MT/MTE 2 PR: MTE 110 * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $241.07. The last day for 100% refund: January 11. No 50% refund option.

OL 5998 OL1 Online

OL 6050 OL1 Online

Pouillon K

Williams B

MC 150 Principles of Procedural Coding 6 PR: MC 145 with grade of C or higher. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $824.88. The last day for 100% refund: January 11. No 50% refund option.

MTE 200 Beginning Medical Transcription-Clinic Notes 6 PR: MTE 140, 170 and 190; MTE 190 may be taken concurrently. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $723.26. The last day for 100% refund: January 11. No 50% refund option.

OL 6002 OL1 Online

OL 6058 OL1 Online

Cranney M

MC 180 Medical Coding Practicum 4 PR: MC 140, 145 and 150 with grade of C or higher; MC 148 with grade of C or higher or concurrent enrollment. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $549.92. The last day for 100% refund: January 11. No 50% refund option. OL 6008 OL1 Online

Pouillon K

MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION EDITING Our Medical Transcription and Editing Program is an online, 43-credit, certificate program utilizing state-of-the-art software and text materials for at-home training of medical transcriptionists and medical transcription editors (MT/MTEs). It is available to students anywhere with internet access with quarterly course loads customized to fit scheduling needs. This AHDIapproved program may be entered at the start of any quarter for the training to obtain an entry-level position as an MT/MTE. The MTE Program requires familiarity with and access to MSWord and a typing speed of 35 WMP or faster.

MTE 099 Medical Transcription & Editing Test Prep PR: Instructor permission.

0

OL 6010 OL1 Online

Krajewski S

MTE 110 Medical Records and the MT/MTE 3 PR: Instructor permission. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $676.63. The last day for 100% refund: January 11. No 50% refund option. OL 6018 OL1 Online

Krajewski S

MTE 120 Language of Medical Transcription and Editing 2 PR: Instructor permission. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $241.07. The last day for 100% refund: January 11. No 50% refund option. OL 6026 OL1 Online

Williams B

MTE 140 Grammar Essentials for the MT/MTE 3 PR: Instructor permission. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $361.63. The last day for 100% refund: January 11. No 50% refund option. OL 6034 OL1 Online

Williams B

Williams B

MTE 210 Intro Speech Recognition Editing 2 PR: MTE 140. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $241.07. The last day for 100% refund: January 11. No 50% refund option. OL 6066 OL1 Online

Krajewski S

MTE 220 Focus on Medical Specialties for the MT/MTE 3 PR: MTE 110 and 140. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $361.63. The last day for 100% refund: January 11. No 50% refund option. OL 6074 OL1 Online

Williams B

MTE 240 Intermediate Medical Transcription-Acute Care 6 PR: MTE 200. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $723.26. The last day for 100% refund: January 11. No 50% refund option. OL 6082 OL1 Online

Williams B

MTE 260 Shortcuts/Tech/Employment 3 PR: MTE 140. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $361.63. The last day for 100% refund: January 11. No 50% refund option. OL 6090 OL1 Online

Williams B

MTE 280 Advanced Medical Transcription-Advance Acute Care 6 PR: MTE 240 * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $723.26. The last day for 100% refund: January 11. No 50% refund option. OL 6098 OL1 Online

Williams B

MTE 290 Speech Recognition Editing/Acute Care 3 PR: MTE 200, MTE 210 * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $361.63. The last day for 100% refund: January 11. No 50% refund option. OL 6106 OL1 Online

Krajewski S

MUSIC MUSC& 105 Music Appreciation

5

H 6152 HY MTWTh 9am-9:50am BAK 111 OL 6153 OL Online

Course descriptions can be found online at EverettCC.edu/Classes

CLASS SCHEDULE

MC 145 Coding With ICD-10 CM/PCS 6 PR: MC 120, 136 and 138 with grade of C or higher or concurrent enrollment in MC 138. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $824.88. The last day for 100% refund: January 11. No 50% refund option.

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MUSC 110D World Music

5

DOL 6154 OL Online

CLASS SCHEDULE

MUSC 115 H

MUSC 117

Popular Music in America

6158 HY MTWTh 10am-10:50am

5 BAK 111

Class Piano-Elementary

6160 A TTh

11:10am-12pm

6162 A TTh

11:10am-12am

BAK 116

6164 A TTh

MUSC 124

11:10am-12am

BAK 116

BAK 116

Waldron R

BAK 111

Kurtz P

3

1:30pm-2:45pm

MUSC 125 Intermediate Class Voice II PR: MUSC 124

6168 A MW

MUSC 128

1:30pm-2:45pm

3 BAK 111

Class Guitar

6170 A TTh

Waldron R

2

Class Voice

6166 A MW

Waldron R

2

MUSC 119 Class Piano-Intermediate PR: MUSC 118 or examination.

Waldron R

2

MUSC 118 Class Piano-Intermediate PR: MUSC 117 or examination.

Lew J

1:30pm-2:45pm

Kurtz P

3 BAK 111

6178 CS M

6pm-8:30pm

JHS

Waldron R

MUSC 151 Private Piano 1-2 PR: Written permission from the lead faculty of the music department. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $104.94 for 1 credit; $209.88 for 2 credits. Private lessons fee: $302 for 1 credit; $604 for 2 credits. NO REFUND OPTION.

6180 CA Arranged

Waldron R

MUSC 152 Private Voice 1-2 PR: Written permission from the lead faculty of the music department. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $104.94 for 1 credit; $209.88 for 2 credits. Private lessons fee: $302 for 1 credit; $604 for 2 credits. NO REFUND OPTION.

6182 CA Arranged

Waldron R

MUSC 153 Private Strings 1-2 PR: Written permission from the lead faculty of the music department. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $104.94 for 1 credit; $209.88 for 2 credits. Private lessons fee: $302 for 1 credit; $604 for 2 credits. NO REFUND OPTION.

6184 CA Arranged

Waldron R

MUSC 154 Private Woodwinds 1-2 PR: Written permission from the lead faculty of the music department. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $104.94 for 1 credit; $209.88 for 2 credits. Private lessons fee: $302 for 1 credit; $604 for 2 credits. NO REFUND OPTION.

6186 CA Arranged

Waldron R

6188 CA Arranged

6190 CA Arranged

WINTER 2018

Waldron R

MUSC 159 Private Guitar 1-2 PR: Written permission from the lead faculty of the music department. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $104.94 for 1 credit; $209.88 for 2 credits. Private lessons fee: $302 for 1 credit; $604 for 2 credits. NO REFUND OPTION.

6196 CA Arranged

Waldron R

MUSC 217 Composition/Improvisation 2 PR: Written permission from the lead faculty of the music department. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $209.88. Private lessons fee: $604. NO REFUND OPTION.

6204 CA Arranged

Waldron R

NATURAL SCIENCE NAT S 150 Science of Weight Loss 5 PR: ENGL 098 or placement into ENGL& 101; MATH 080 or placement into MATH 081. Lab fee: $35.20. WE 6420 A WE 6422 B

MW T MW Th

8am-9:50am 8am-9:50am 8am-9:50am 8am-9:50am

WHI 248 WHI 343 WHI 248 WHI 343

Forson/Wild Wild/Forson

NURSING All new students who are interested in the Nursing program should attend an information session. For dates and times of information sessions see EverettCC.edu/Nursing

NURS 095 Strategies for Success in Nursing PR: Instructor Permission.

6460 A M

2pm-3pm

1

LBH 110 Casperson J

NURS 100 Nursing Assistant PR: Instructor Permission. Lab fee: $140.45. Malpractice insurance fee: $20.

6464 A MW

8am-12pm

LBH 311

10

Smith E F

NURS 110 Nursing Therapeutics I 11 PR: Acceptance into the Nursing Program. CR: PHIL 114. Lab fee: $357.35. Malpractice insurance fee: $6.67. WE 6470 A Daily 7:50am-4:50pm

LBH 110 Wilner/McLean

NURS 120 Nursing Therapeutics II: Chronicity/Rehab 8 PR: NURS 110. CR: PSYC 125, NUTR 126. Lab fee: $368.75. Malpractice insurance fee: $6.67. WE 6480 A Daily 7:50am-12pm

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Waldron R

MUSC 156 Private Percussion 1-2 PR: Written permission from the lead faculty of the music department. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $104.94 for 1 credit; $209.88 for 2 credits. Private lessons fee: $302 for 1 credit; $604 for 2 credits. NO REFUND OPTION.

Wood E

MUSC 147 Everett Youth Symphony 2 Class meets at Jackson High School. Audition for new instrumentalists. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $25. Last day for 100% refund is January 12. No 50% refund option.

MUSC 155 Private Brass 1-2 PR: Written permission from the lead faculty of the music department. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $104.94 for 1 credit; $209.88 for 2 credits. Private lessons fee: $302 for 1 credit; $604 for 2 credits. NO REFUND OPTION.

LBH 111 Nichols/Wangia

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NURS 130 Nursing Therapeutics III: Acute Illness 12 PR: NURS 120. CR: NUTR 136. Lab fee: $391.00. Malpractice insurance fee: $6.67. WE 6490 A Daily 7:50am-12pm

LBH 109

Zoeller/Staff

WE 6530 A Daily 12:20pm-4:50pm LBH 111 Wilson/Casperson

NURS 220 Nursing Therapeutics V: Multisystem Disorders 9 PR: NURS 210. CR: PSYC 225, NUTR 226. Lab fee: $263.05. Malpractice insurance fee: $6.67. WE 6540 A Daily 12:20pm-4:50pm LBH 109 Whedon/Boyd

6670 A Arranged Whedon/Boyd

OCEANOGRAPHY OCEA& 101 Introduction to Oceanography 5 PR: ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher, or skills assessment at ENGL& 101 or higher; MATH 080 or skills assessment at MATH 081. Field trip fee: $69.75. Lab fee: $87.45. *Required field trip January 26-28. WE 6760 A MTW 10am-11:50am

WHI 238

Grupp S

CLASS SCHEDULE

NURS 210 Nursing Therapeutics IV 11 PR: NURS 130. CR: PHIL 214, NUTR 216. Lab fee: $365.75. Malpractice insurance fee: $6.67.

NUTR 226 Nutrition in Healthcare IV 1 PR: NURS 210. CR: NURS 220. * Enrollment restricted to students currently accepted into EvCC Nursing Program.

NURS 230 Nursing Therapeutics VI: Role Transition 9 PR: NURS 220. CR: PHIL 234, PSYC 235. Lab fee: $263.05. Malpractice insurance fee: $6.67. WE 6550 A MWThF 7:50am-4:50pm

LBH 105

DePuente V

NUTRITION NUTR& 101 Nutrition PR: Placement into ENGL& 101 and MATH 091. WE WE WE WE OL OL OL OL

6642 6644 6646 6648 6650 6652 6654 6656

5

A MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am IND 101 B MTWTh 10am-11am IND 101 C MTWTh 10am-11am GWH 156 D MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm IND 101 OL1 Online OL2 Online OL3 Online OL4 Online

Wong M Wild L Wong M Wild L Gabrielsen K Gabrielsen K Gabrielsen K Levenhagen K

NUTR 120 Vegetarian Cooking: Plant-based Foods 2 PR: Eligibility for MATH 091 or higher, and eligibility for ENGL& 101 or higher. Lab fee: $35.20. H

6660 HY T

12:20pm-2:10pm IND 101 Wild/Gabrielsen

NUTR 126 Nutrition in Healthcare I 2 PR: NURS 110. CR: 120. * Enrollment restricted to students currently accepted into EvCC Nursing Program.

6662 A Arranged Nichols/Wangia

NUTR 136 Nutrition in Healthcare II 1 PR: NURS 120. CR: NURS 130. * Enrollment restricted to students currently accepted into EvCC Nursing Program.

Need a Diversity Class? Then check this one out: Ethics in 21st Century World Cinema – PHIL 125D

WE 6666 A MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am GWH 156 Gabrielsen K

We will think about moral issues on a global scale by watching outstanding films from around the world and reading thought-provoking essays on the difference between right and wrong.

NUTR 216 Nutrition in Healthcare III 1 PR: NURS 130. CR: NURS 210. * Enrollment restricted to students currently accepted into EvCC Nursing Program.

Questions? Contact Mike VanQuickenborne at mvanquickenborne@everettcc.edu

6664 A Arranged

Zoeller/Staff

NUTR 160 Sports Nutrition PR: Placement into ENGL& 101 and MATH 091. Lab fee: $20.40.

6668 A Arranged

5

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Online Course

Hybrid Course

East County

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PHILOSOPHY

PE / HEALTH & WELLNESS

CLASS SCHEDULE

For additional courses in Recreation, Health and Wellness see the Corporate and Continuing Education section of this schedule. Varsity Sports: Contact Garet Studer at 425-388-9328 or gstuder@everettcc.edu. Intercollegiate Athletics include Soccer (M&W), Volleyball (W), Cross-country (M&W), Basketball (M&W), Softball (W), Baseball (M).

PEHW 100 Beginning Yoga 1-2 * Section A (7120), Section B (7122), Section C (7124) and Section D (7126) are 2 credits. * Section S (7128) is 1 credit.

7120 7122 7124 7126 7128

PEHW 102

A B C D S

MTWTh 7:50am-8:40am MTWTh 9am-9:50am MTTh 1:30pm-2:30pm MTTh 2:40pm-3:45pm T 5pm-6:40pm

Tai Chi

7140 S Th

PEHW 111

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

1 7:20pm-9pm

FIT 231

Dilday D

FIT 231

Staff

FIT 231

Staff

Kick Boxing Aerobics

7156 A MTWTh 10am-10:50am

PEHW 116

FIT 231 FIT 231 FIT 231 FIT 231 FIT 231

2

Cardio Fusion Core Workout

7176 A MTWTh 11:10am-12pm

2

PEHW 119 Speed, Agility, Quickness 2 * Section A (7180) and Section B (7182) are intended for EvCC Athletics students. Instructor permission required to enroll.

7180 A MTWTh 7:40am-8:40am 7182 B MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am

PEHW 125 H H

FIT 148 FIT 148

Beginning Weight Training

3

7202 HY1 MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm FIT 148 7204 HY2 MWTh 12:20pm-2pm FIT 148

PEHW 126 Advanced Weight Training PR: PEHW 125. H H

Staff Staff

2

3:10pm-4:50pm

FIT 148

Staff

7240 A MTWTh 10am-10:50am

FIT 149

Smith A

PEHW 148

Women on Weights

7210 S TTh

Staff Staff

3

7206 HY2 MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm FIT 148 7208 HY2 MWTh 12:20pm-2pm FIT 148

PEHW 128

Uftring M Uftring M

Volleyball

2

PEHW 203 Lifetime Health and Wellness 5 PR: Successful completion of ENGL 098 with grade of C or higher or eligibility for ENGL& 101. OL 7296 OL Online

Uftring M

PEHW 235 Consumer Health 5 PR: Successful completion of ENGL 098 with grade of C or higher or eligibility for ENGL& 101. OL 7298 OL Online

Uftring M

PHIL& 101 Introduction to Philosophy 5 * Section MO (6942) is being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe. EC 6942 MO TTh 6944 S TTh

WINTER 2018

Kim M Staff

PHIL 114 Ethics and Policy in Healthcare I 2 PR: Successful admission into Nursing program. CR NURS 110. * Enrollment restricted to students currently accepted into EvCC Nursing Program.

6970 A Arranged

PHIL& 115

Critical Thinking

Funke M

5

OL 6948 OL1 Online OL 6950 OL2 Online

Murphy S Murphy S

PHIL& 120 Symbolic Logic 5 PR: Completion of MATH 092 or MATH 098 or MATH 099 with a grade of C or higher or placement into MATH 107 or higher. H H

6954 HY1 MW 6956 HY2 MW

PHIL 125D D

8:20am-9:50am GWH 270 VanQuickenborne M 5pm-6:30pm GWH 270 VanQuickenborne M

Ethics in 21st Century World Cinema

6960 A MW

5

10am-12:10pm GWH 270 VanQuickenborne M

PHIL 214 Ethics and Policy in Healthcare II 1 PR: NURS 130. CR NURS 210, and NUTR 216. * Enrollment restricted to students currently accepted into EvCC Nursing Program.

6974 A Arranged

Funke M

PHIL 234 Ethics and Policy in Healthcare III 2 PR: NURS 220. CR NURS 230, NURS 235 and PSYC 235. * Enrollment restricted to students currently accepted into EvCC Nursing Program.

6978 A Arranged

Funke M

PHOTOGRAPHY PHOTO 110 Photography I: Basic Elements Lab fee: $110.78. H H H

7021 HY1 TTh 7022 HY2 TTh 7023 HY3 MW

5

10am-11:50am WHI 262 Jones N 1pm-2:50pm WHI 264/261 Felsenthal E 5pm-6:50pm WHI 262/261 Greathouse L

PHOTO 111 Photography II: Black and White Imaging PR: PHOTO 110. Lab fee: $110.78. H

7024 HY MW

1pm-3:30pm WHI 262/261

PHOTO 211 Photo V: Advanced Processes PR: PHOTO 210. Lab fee: $110.78. H

7040 HY TTh

1pm-4pm

H

WHI 262/261

7042 HY MTWTh 10am-10:50am

Felsenthal E

Jones N

5 WHI 261

PHOTO 244 Studio Photography II PR: PHOTO 243. Lab fee: $110.78. 7048 HY MW

5

5

PHOTO 230 History of Photography

H

40

12:40pm-2:50pm TYE 301 5pm-7:10pm GWH 270

11:10am-1:50pm WHI 279/261

Felsenthal E

5 Jones N

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PHYSICS

WE WE WE WE

7460 7462 7464 7466

A B C D

MWF MWF MWF TTh

8am-9:50am 10am-11:50am 1pm-2:50pm 1pm-3:50pm

WHI 207 WHI 207 WHI 207 WHI 207

Vanture A Camarota L Paul D Paul

PHYS& 115 General Physics II PR: PHYS& 114 and MATH& 142 or MATH& 144 or equivalent. Lab fee: $35.20. WE 7470 A MWF 8am-9:50am

WHI 250

Paul D

PHYS 130 Fabrication Skills and Safety Lab fee: $20.40.

7480 7482 7484 7486

A B C D

F F F F

8am-9:50am 10am-11:50am 12:20pm-2:10pm 2:20pm-4:10pm

5

1 WHI 248 WHI 248 WHI 248 WHI 248

Taylor D Taylor D Taylor D Taylor D

PHYS& 241 Engineering Physics I 4 PR: PHYS& 114 and MATH& 151 both with a grade of C or higher; ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher, or placement into ENGL& 101. CR: PHYS& 231 or instructor permission. WE 7490 S MTh

4pm-5:50pm

WHI 250

Camarota L

PHYS& 231 Engineering Physics I Laboratory CR: PHYS& 241 or instructor permission. Lab fee: $35.20. WE 7492 S W

4pm-6:50pm

WHI 250

1.5

8am-9:50am 1pm-2:50pm

WHI 352 WHI 248

1pm-3:50pm 1pm-3:50pm 1pm-3:50pm

WHI 250 WHI 250 WHI 250

Serven J Serven J Camarota L

PHYS& 243 Engineering Physics III 4 PR: PHYS& 242 and MATH& 153 or MATH& 163. CR: PHYS& 233 or instructor permission. WE 7510 A TTh

8am-9:50am

WHI 248

Camarota L

PHYS& 233 Engineering Physics III Laboratory 1.5 CR: PHYS& 243 or instructor permission. PR: PHYS 130 or ART 130. In lieu of a lab fee, students will be required to purchase materials for individual lab projects. WE 7512 A M WE 7514 B W

1pm-3:50pm 1pm-3:50pm

WHI 250 WHI 250

Vanture A Vanture A

POLITICAL SCIENCE POLS& 101 Introduction to Political Science 5 PR: Completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher or eligibility for ENGL& 101 or instructor permission. OL 7540 OL Online H 7541 HY TTh 12:20pm-1:30pm GWH 278

Horn S E Horn S E

POLS& 200 Introduction to Law 5 PR: Completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher or eligibility for ENGL& 101 or instructor permission. OL 7543 OL Online

Camarota L

PHYS& 242 Engineering Physics II PR: PHYS& 241 and MATH& 152. CR: PHYS& 232 or instructor permission. WE 7500 A TTh WE 7502 B MW

WE 7504 A T WE 7506 B Th WE 7508 C F

1.5

4

Vanture A Camarota L

CLASS SCHEDULE

PHYS& 114 General Physics I 5 PR: ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher; MATH& 142 or MATH& 144 or equivalent; or concurrent enrollment in MATH& 142. Lab fee: $35.20.

PHYS& 232 Engineering Physics II Laboratory CR: PHYS& 242 or instructor permission. Lab fee: $35.20.

Newlin G

POLS& 202 American Government 5 PR: Completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher or eligibility for ENGL& 101 or instructor permission. OL 7546 OL Online H 7548 HY MW 12:20pm-1:30pm GWH 278

Horn S E Horn S E

New Learning Community Winter 2018!

Addicted: Trauma, Injustice, Recovery and Resilience PSYC& 100 - General Psychology, 5 credits DEVED 104 - Reading and Thinking for Academics II, 5 credits Drugs, alcohol, gambling, internet use, sex, eating – explore these topics and more surrounding addiction.

Learning Communities combine two classes from different disciplines to provide students a more in-depth look at a subject. The courses are team-taught by two instructors. Students must enroll in both classes in the Learning Community.

Course descriptions can be found online at EverettCC.edu/Classes

Web Enhanced

Online Course

Hybrid Course

East County

EC Course

Diversity Course

Honors Course

Learning

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CLASS SCHEDULE

PSYCHOLOGY PSYC& 100 General Psychology 5 PR: Completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher or eligibility for ENGL& 101 or instructor permission. * Section LC (7628) is part of the “Addicted: Trauma, Injustice, Recovery and Resilience” Learning Community and MUST be taken concurrently with DEVED 104 LC (0888). * Section LC (7628) -- This course will be combined with DEVED 104 LC in CANVAS. This means course activities will require you to interact with students enrolled in the other class. If you choose to enroll in this course, students in this section may be able to view your name and any posts you add to course discussions. * Section MO1 (7636) and Section MO2 (7640) are being taught at the Lake Tye Building at 14090 Fryelands Blvd SE in Monroe. OL 7620 OL 7622 H 7624 WE 7626 LCWE 7628 H 7630 H 7632 H 7634 EC 7636 EC 7640

OL1 Online OL2 Online HY1 MTWTh 7:50am-8:40am GWH 374 B MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am GWH 374 LC MW 10am-12:10pm GWH 386/388 HY2 MW 12:20pm-2pm GWH 374 HY3 TTh 12:20pm-2pm GWH 374 HY4 TTh 2:40pm-4:30pm GWH 374 MO1 MW 3pm-5:10pm TYE 303 MO2 MW 5:20pm-7:30pm TYE 301

Brown D Brown D Kim G Kim G Brown D Centeno E Kuwada B Simpson M Simpson M Simpson M

PSYC 125 Psychosocial Issues in Healthcare I 2 PR: NURS 110. CR NURS 120, NURS 126 and NUTR 126. * Enrollment restricted to students currently accepted into EvCC Nursing Program.

7680 A Arranged

Farb B

PSYC& 200 Lifespan Psychology 5 PR: Completion of PSYC& 100 with a C or higher AND completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher or eligibility for ENGL& 101 or instructor permission. OL 7656 OL Online H 7658 HY1 MW 10am-11:50am GWH 374 H 7668 HY2 MW 5:20pm-7:10pm GWH 374

Kim G Centeno E Centeno E

PSYC& 220 Abnormal Psychology 5 PR: Completion of PSYC& 100 with a C or higher AND completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher or eligibility for ENGL& 101 or instructor permission.

SOC& 101 Introduction to Sociology 5 PR: Completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher or eligibility for ENGL& 101 or instructor permission. OL OL H H H H

H

7894 HY MW

PSYC 235 Psychosocial Issues in Healthcare III 1 PR: NURS 220. CR NURS 230, NURS 234 and PHIL 234. * Enrollment restricted to students currently accepted into EvCC Nursing Program.

7688 A Arranged

Farb B

Keeton J

Farb B

SPANISH See the World Languages section of this schedule.

TRANSITIONAL STUDIES For all Transitional Studies Classes, students must take a CASAS Orientation/ Assessment to be placed into the appropriate class. Orientation dates for Winter quarter are listed on the website (EverettCC.edu/Learning) and sign up will be available after November 1. For more information, E-mail transitional@everettcc.edu or call 425-388-9339.

TS 011 OL OL

Reading High School US History I Reading Washington State History

0458 OL Online

TS 055

Earth and Space Science I

0474 HY T

TS 044

6:10pm-8:20pm

Staff

5 Staff

5 Staff

5 Staff

5 RAI 205

Basic ELA Computer Skills

0480 A MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am

TS 064

Reading American Government and Civics

0456 OL Online

TS 034

1-2

0454 OL Online

TS 031

H

Educational Interview

0450 OL1 Online

TS 032

PSYC 225 Psychosocial Issues in Healthcare II 2 PR: NURS 210. CR NURS 220, NURS 226 and NUTR 226. * Enrollment restricted to students currently accepted into EvCC Nursing Program. Farb B

10am-11:30am GWH 280

DOL 7898 OL Online

OL

7684 A Arranged

Riordan M Farb B Marquez O Keeton J Riordan M Keeton J Riordan M

SOC 255D Medicine across Cultures 5 PR: Completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher or eligibility for ENGL& 101. * Also offered as ANTH 255D; credit cannot be earned in both SOC 255D and ANTH 255D.

OL

OL1 Online OL2 Online A TTh 7:40am-9:50am GWH 280 HY1 MW 8:20am-9:50am GWH 280 HY2 TTh 10am-11:30am GWH 280 HY3 MW 12:20pm-1:50pm GWH 280 HY4 T 5pm-7:10pm GWH 280

SOC 233 Sociology of Nonviolence 5 PR: Completion of ENGL 098 with a grade of C or higher or eligibility for ENGL& 101 or instructor permission.

Kuwada B Kuwada B

OL 7676 OL Online H 7678 HY TTh 10am-11:50am GWH 374

7874 7876 7880 7882 7884 7886 7888

Staff

5 RAI 203

Staff

Reading and Computer Essentials

1-5

0484 A MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm RAI 203

Staff

RUSSIAN See the World Languages section of this schedule.

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TS 098 Introduction to College Essays 5 * Section MO3 (0702) is taught at East County, 14090 Fryelands Blvd. SE in Monroe.

EC

EC

0502 0506 0508 0519

A MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am MON 211 S MW 6:10pm-8:20pm RAI 207 MO4 MW 6:10pm-8:20pm TYE 303 C MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm AMT 202

Staff Staff Staff Staff

TS 070 Preparation for Algebra 5 * Section MO4 (0530) is taught at East County, 14090 Fryelands Boulevard in Monroe. * Section MOS (0532) is for Spanish-speaking students only. (Solamente en Espa単ol) and is taught at East County, 14090 Fryelands Boulevard in Monroe. * Section SP (0534) is for Spanish-speaking students only. (Solamente en Espa単ol) EC EC

0520 0522 0524 0528 0530 0532 0534

C MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm AMT 202 B MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am BAK 102 D MW 1:30pm-3:20pm BAK 208 S MW 6:10pm-8:20pm BAK 208 MO4 MW 6:10pm-8:20pm TYE 303 MOS MW 6:10pm-8:20pm TYE 302 SP TTh 6:10pm-8:20pm BAK 207

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

TS 076 Mathematical Literacy 5 Section MO4 (0580) is taught at East County, 14090 Fryelands Boulevard in Monroe.

0570 A MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am BAK 205 0576 S MW 6:10pm-8:20pm BAK 102

TS 086

Essentials of Intermediate Algebra

0600 A MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am BAK 207 0602 S MW 6:10pm-8:20pm MON 209

Staff Staff

5 Staff Staff

0700 0702 0704 0706

A MTWTh 10am-11am MO3 TTh 6:10pm-8:20pm S TTh 6:10pm-8:20pm B MTWTh 12:20pm-1:20pm

0710 0712 0716 0718

TS 074

A B C S

F 9am-1:20pm MTWTh 12:20pm-1:20pm MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am W 6:10pm-8:20pm

TS 066

Basic Academic Computer Skills

0656 A MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am

TS 096

SP MW 6:10pm-8:20pm BAK 207 MOS TTh 6:10pm-8:20pm TYE 302 TUH TTh 6:10pm-8:20pm TUH C-2 B MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm BAK 110

Staff Staff Staff Staff

5 RAI 203

Transitional Computer Skills

0658 A MTWTh 12:20pm-1:20pm RAI 203

Staff

5 Staff

TS 097 Introduction to College Paragraphs 5 * Section MO3 (0676) is taught at East County, 14090 Fryelands Boulevard in Monroe. EC

0670 0672 0676 0678

A MTWTh 10am-11am BAK 201 B TTh 1:30pm-3:20pm BAK 208 MO3 TTh 6:10pm-8:20pm TYE 301 S TTh 6:10pm-8:20pm RAI 207

Course descriptions can be found online at EverettCC.edu/Classes

Staff Staff Staff Staff

5 Staff

WELDING Washington Association of Building Officials (WABO) Testing is available to welding program students and the general public by appointment only. Please call 425-388-9096 for program information or to schedule an appointment to take the WABO test.

WELD 101 Introduction to Welding PR: MFG T 100 or concurrent enrollment in MFG T 100, and instructor permission. HWE 8402 HY MW

5pm-7pm

AMT 124

WE 8410 A MW WE 8412 S MW

5

11:25am-1:30pm AMT 155 4:45pm-6:50pm AMT 155

Allen K Bailey C

3

11:30am-12:45pm AMT 155 5:40pm-6:55pm AMT 155

White R L Bailey C

WELD 190 Oxyacetylene PR: Instructor permission. Lab fee: $75.73. WE WE WE WE WE

8425 8426 8427 8428 8429

A B C S T

5

MW 7am-11:10am TTh 7am-11:10am MTWTh 3pm-5:05pm MW 7pm-11:10pm TTh 7pm-11:10pm

AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126

Speicher J Allen K Fulton K Bailey C Hile D

WELD 191 Basic Arc PR: Instructor permission. Lab fee: $75.73. WE WE WE WE WE

8430 8432 8434 8436 8438

A B C S T

5

White R L

WELD 150 Blueprint Reading For Industry PR: Instructor permission.

WELD 152 Weld Base Materials: Process PR: Instructor permission.

0640 0644 0646 0726

RAI 202 RAI 205 BAK 201 BAK 201

Intro to Study Skills and College Navigation

0612 A MTWTh 10am-11am MON 211 0616 S T 6:10pm-8:20pm BAK 206 EC 0618 MO3 TTh 6:10pm-8:20pm TYE 301

EC

1-5

0728 A MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm MON 211

WE 8405 A TTh WE 8407 T TTh

TS 094 Introduction to Academic Reading Literature 1-5 * Section SP (0640) is for Spanish-speaking students only (Solamente en Espa単ol) * Section MOS (0644) is for Spanish-speaking students only (Solamente en Espa単ol) and is taught at East County, 14090 Fryelands Boulevard in Monroe. * Section TUH (0646) is taught at the Tulalip Tribal Center in Tulalip.

Staff Staff Staff Staff

TS 099 Academic Support Modules * Section S (0718) is to help improve grammar.

TS 087 Academic Portfolio 1-5 * Section MO3 (0618) is taught at East County, 14090 Fryelands Boulevard in Monroe. Staff Staff Staff

BAK 205 TYE 301 BAK 208 BAK 201

CLASS SCHEDULE

TS 060 Basic Math Skills II 1-5 * Section MO4 (0508) is taught at East County, 14090 Fryelands Boulevard, Monroe.

5

MW 7am-11:10am TTh 7am-11:10am MTWTh 3pm-5:05pm MW 7pm-11:10pm TTh 7pm-11:10pm

AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126

Speicher J Allen K Fulton K Bailey C Hile D

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CLASS SCHEDULE

WELD 192 Advanced Arc Welding PR: Instructor permission. Lab fee: $75.73. WE WE WE WE WE

8440 8442 8444 8446 8448

A B C S T

MW 7am-11:10am TTh 7am-11:10am MTWTh 3pm-5:05pm MW 7pm-11:10pm TTh 7pm-11:10pm

5 AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126

Speicher J Allen K Fulton K Bailey C Hile D

WELD 193 Basic Pipe PR: Instructor permission. Lab fee: $75.73. WE WE WE WE WE

8455 8456 8457 8458 8459

A B C S T

MW 7am-11:10am TTh 7am-11:10am MTWTh 3pm-5:05pm MW 7pm-11:10pm TTh 7pm-11:10pm

5 AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126

Speicher J Allen K Fulton K Bailey C Hile D

WELD 194 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding PR: Instructor permission. Lab fee: $75.73. WE WE WE WE WE

8460 8462 8464 8466 8468

A B C S T

MW 7am-11:10am TTh 7am-11:10am MTWTh 3pm-5:05pm MW 7pm-11:10pm TTh 7pm-11:10pm

5 AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126

Speicher J Allen K Fulton K Bailey C Hile D

WELD 195 Gas Metal Arc/Flux Core Arc Welding PR: Instructor permission. Lab fee: $75.73. WE WE WE WE WE

8475 8476 8477 8478 8479

A B C S T

MW 7am-11:10am TTh 7am-11:10am MTWTh 3pm-5:05pm MW 7pm-11:10pm TTh 7pm-11:10pm

AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126

5 Speicher J Allen K Fulton K Bailey C Hile D

WELD 196 Flux Core Arc Welding PR: Instructor permission. Lab fee: $75.73. WE WE WE WE WE

8480 8482 8484 8486 8488

A B C S T

MW 7am-11:10am TTh 7am-11:10am MTWTh 3pm-5:05pm MW 7pm-11:10pm TTh 7pm-11:10pm

5 AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126

Speicher J Allen K Fulton K Bailey C Hile D

WELD 214 Press Brake/Sub Arc Welding 5 PR: Good eyesight and good hand/eye coordination with both hands and instructor permission. Lab fee: $75.73. WE 8517 A TTh

7am-11:15am

AMT 156

Speicher J

WELD 216 Advanced TIG Welding PR: Successful completion of WELD 194 or instructor permission. Lab fee: $33.34. WE 8525 A MW

11:15am-12:55pm AMT 126

WELD 217 Aerospace Sheet Metal Fabrication PR: Instructor permission. Lab fee: $75.73. WE 8526 C MTWTh 3pm-5:05pm WE 8527 S MW 7pm-11:10pm

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AMT 156 AMT 156

2

Hustler D

5

WELD 225 Welding Skills Building PR: Instructor permission. Lab fee: $33.34. WE 8528 A MW

2

1pm-2:45pm

AMT 126

WELD 226 Welding Skills Building 2 PR: WELD 225 and instructor permission. Lab fee: $33.34. WE 8529 A MW

1pm-2:45pm

AMT 126

WELD 287 CNC Waterjet Cutting PR: WELD 285 or WELD 286 or instructor permission. Lab fee: $81.62. WE 8532 A TTh

8535 8536 8537 8538 8539

A B C S T

MW 7am-11:10am TTh 7am-11:10am MTWTh 3pm-5:05pm MW 7pm-11:10pm TTh 7pm-11:10pm

AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126

WELD 292 Advanced Arc Welding 2 PR: WELD 192 and instructor permission. Lab fee: $75.73. WE WE WE WE WE

8540 8541 8542 8543 8544

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MW 7am-11:10am TTh 7am-11:10am MTWTh 3pm-5:05pm MW 7pm-11:10pm TTh 7pm-11:10pm

AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126

WELD 294 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding 2 PR: WELD 194 and instructor permission. Lab fee: $75.73. WE WE WE WE WE

8545 8546 8547 8548 8549

A B C S T

MW 7am-11:10am TTh 7am-11:10am MTWTh 3pm-5:05pm MW 7pm-11:10pm TTh 7pm-11:10pm

AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126

WELD 295 Work Experience Internship PR: Instructor permission. AMT 108

WELD 296 Flux Core Arc Welding 2 PR: WELD 196 and instructor permission. Lab fee: $75.73. 8551 8552 8553 8554 8555

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MW 7am-11:10am TTh 7am-11:10am MTWTh 3pm-5:05pm MW 7pm-11:10pm TTh 7pm-11:10pm

AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126 AMT 126

WELD 297 Work Experience Internship 2 PR: WELD 295 and instructor permission. WE 8556 A Arranged

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12:30pm-4:45pm AMT 124 Montagne-Schuessler M

WELD 291 Basic Arc Welding 2 PR: WELD 191 and instructor permission. Lab fee: $75.73. WE WE WE WE WE

Allen K

AMT 163D

Fulton K

5 Speicher J Allen K Fulton K Bailey C Hile D

1-5 Fulton K

Hustler D Fulton K

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WORK FORCE TRAINING WFT 084

Foundations in Career Development

1016 U3A TTh 1018 U3B MW

12:20pm-1:10pm RAI 207 2:40pm-3:30pm RAI 207

1-4.5 Edwards T Nickels C

WORLD LANGUAGES Contact the College’s Corporate and Continuing Education Center for additional non-credit World Languages classes at 425-267-0150 or at EverettCC.edu/CCEC then click on the “Personal Interest” heading.

ASL& 121 American Sign Language I 5 PR: Students with one year or more of high school study should consult with the instructor prior to enrollment in this class. * The class below requires outside-of-class interactive activities/field trips. 1450 A MTWTh 1:30pm-2:30pm

IND 103

Bontrager L

ASL& 122 American Sign Language II 5 PR: ASL& 121 or instructor permission. * Both sections below (1452 and 1460) require outside-of-class interactive activities/ field trips.

1452 A MTWTh 12:20pm-1:20pm IND 103 1460 S TTh 5pm-7:10pm IND 103

Staff Bontrager L

ASL& 222 American Sign Language V PR: ASL& 221 or instructor permission. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $535. Payment is due at time of registration. Last day for 100% refund: January 12. No 50% refund option. * The class below requires outside-of-class interactive activities/field trips.

9488 CE MW

5pm-7:10pm

IND 103

7:40am-9:50am GWH 264

CHIN& 123 Chinese III PR: CHIN& 122 or instructor permission.

2618 A TTh

7:40am-9:50am GWH 264

FRCH& 123 French III PR: FRCH& 122, French placement test or instructor permission.

5

OL 4264 OL Online

Miller I S

FRCH& 221 French IV PR: FRCH& 123, French placement test or instructor permission.

5

OL 4266 OL Online

Miller I S

FRCH& 222 French V PR: FRCH& 221, French placement test or instructor permission.

5

OL 4268 OL Online

Miller I S

GERMAN

GERM& 121 German I 5 PR: Students with one year or more of high school study should take a placement test.

4620 A MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am GWH 274

Dinter E

GERM& 122 German II PR: GERM& 121, German placement test or instructor permission.

Students with previous knowledge of Chinese should take the online computerized placement test at the following website: http://www.perpetualworks.com/students/register (a $10 fee applies). Or, if you wish, you can still consult with the course instructor.

2614 A TTh

Miller I S Miller I S

Students with previous knowledge of German should take the online computerized placement test at the following website: http://www.perpetualworks.com/students/register (a $10 fee applies).

CHINESE

5

OL 4260 OL Online 4262 A MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am GWH 286

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CHIN& 122 Chinese II PR: CHIN& 121 or instructor permission.

Wondering if an online or hybrid world language class is right for your style of learning? Visit the following orientation for information specific to online/hybrid world language classes: https://everettcc.instructure.com/courses/1105251

FRCH& 122 French II PR: FRCH& 121, French placement test or instructor permission.

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE

Students with previous knowledge of French should take the online computerized placement test at the following website: http://www.perpetualworks.com/students/register (a $10 fee applies).

4626 A MTWTh 10am-11am

5 Liu W

5 Liu W

5

GWH 274

Dinter E

ITALIAN Wondering if an online or hybrid world language class is right for your style of learning? Visit the following orientation for information specific to online/hybrid world language classes: https://everettcc.instructure.com/courses/1105251

ITAL 121 Italian I 5 PR: Students with one year or more of high school study should consult with the instructor prior to enrollment in this class. OL 9460 CEL Online

Bertoldi R

ITAL 122 Italian II PR: ITAL 121 or instructor permission. * Self-support, non-tuition class. Class cost: $535. Payment is due at time of registration. Last day for 100% refund: January 12. No 50% refund option. OL 9461 CEL Online

Course descriptions can be found online at EverettCC.edu/Classes

CLASS SCHEDULE

FRENCH

Web Enhanced

Online Course

Hybrid Course

East County

EC Course

Diversity Course

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JAPANESE

JAPN& 121 Japanese I 5 PR: Students with one year or more of high school study should call 425-388-9195 for placement advising.

5230 A MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm NBI 101 5232 S TTh 5pm-7:10pm NBI 101

Wolf T Hardt P

JAPN& 122 Japanese II PR: JAPN& 121 or instructor permission.

5

5234 A MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am NBI 101 5236 B MTWTh 10am-11am NBI 101 WE 5238 C MTWTh 12:20pm-1:20pm NBI 101

Wolf T Wolf T Kato M

JAPN& 222 Japanese V PR: JAPN& 221 or instructor permission. WE 5240 A MTWTh 10am-11am

5 GWH 264

Kato M

RUSSIAN Students with previous knowledge of Russian should take the online computerized placement test at the following website: http://www.perpetualworks.com/students/register (a $10 fee applies).

RUSS& 122 Russian II PR: RUSS& 121 or instructor permission. WE 7772 A MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am

5 IND 103

Abramova S

SPANISH Students with previous knowledge of Spanish should take the online computerized placement test at the following website: http://www.perpetualworks.com/students/register (a $10 fee applies).

SPAN 111 Conversational Spanish I * CR: Concurrent enrollment in any section of SPAN& 121 below or instructor permission.

7980 S W

5pm-7pm

GWH 266

Gibson D

SPAN 112 Conversational Spanish II * CR: Concurrent enrollment in any section of SPAN& 122 below or instructor permission.

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GWH 266

2

2

SPAN 113 Conversational Spanish III 2 * CR: Concurrent enrollment in any Spanish class at the Spanish IV (SPAN& 221) level or above or instructor permission.

7984 S W

5pm-7pm

GWH 266

Gibson D

SPAN& 121 Spanish I 5 PR: Students with one year or more of high school study should take a placement test. * For additional grammar practice and review, students enrolled in any SPAN& 121 class below are encouraged to enroll in SPAN 111 above. * Wondering if an online or hybrid world language class is right for your style of learning? Visit the following orientation for information specific to online/hybrid world language classes: https://everettcc.instructure.com/courses/1105251 OL 7986 OL Online Willoughby S 7990 A MTWTh 8:50am-9:50am GWH 266 Gibson D 7992 B MTWTh 11:10am-12:10pm GWH 264 Gibson D

SPAN& 122 Spanish II 5 PR: SPAN& 121, Spanish placement test or instructor permission. * For additional grammar practice and review, students enrolled in any SPAN& 122 class below are encouraged to enroll in SPAN 112 above. * Section HN (7996) is an Honors class and once completed will appear on the student’s transcript as Spanish II: Honors. Entry code required the first two days of early registration; no entry code required thereafter. * Section MO (8002) is being taught at the Leaders in Learning facility at 639 W Main St in Monroe. * Wondering if an online or hybrid world language class is right for your style of learning? Visit the following orientation for information specific to online/hybrid world language classes: https://everettcc.instructure.com/courses/1105251 OL HN EC H

7994 7996 7998 8000 8002 8004

OL Online Willoughby S HN MTWTh 7:40am-8:40am GWH 266 Gibson D B MW 10am-12:10pm GWH 266 Martin V C TTh 10am-12:10pm GWH 266 Martin V MO TTh 12:40pm-2:50pm LLF 005 Staff HY M 5pm-7:10pm GWH 266 Martin V

SPAN& 222 Spanish V 5 PR: SPAN& 221, Spanish placement test or instructor permission. * For additional grammar practice and review, students enrolled in SPAN& 222 are encouraged to enroll in SPAN 113 above.

8020 A MW

12:20pm-2:30pm GWH 266

Martin V

Gibson D

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CCEC CLASSES

• Professional Development

• Computers & Technology

• Personal Interest

CLASSES OFFERED IN EVERETT, ARLINGTON, BOTHELL & KIRKLAND Attend a FREE information session to learn more about our programs: • Thursday, Dec. 14, 6:00-7:30PM, Everett • Thursday, Jan. 4, 6:00-7:30PM, Arlington

For more information visit

EverettCC.edu/CCEC

Visit EverettCC.edu/CCEC to view all information sessions and winter quarter course offerings. For questions email learn@everetcc.edu or call 425-267-0150.

425-267-0150

EverettCC.edu/CCEC

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NEW CULINARY COURSES

Explore new ways to prepare your favorite foods.

This quarter we have a new lineup of culinary courses for your favorite types of cuisine: • January 11 & 18 Learn to Cut Like a Chef • January 23 Skills Every Cook Should Know • February 13 Sushi Party At Home • February 20 French Winter Bistro • March 6 Takeout Chinese at Home • March 13 Takeout Thai at Home

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CCEC CLASSES

HEALTH & FITNESS COURSES Improve your body and mind.

Start your day out right with Weekday Wake-up fitness classes, and keep your afternoon moving with Midday Wellness! Courses include: •

Weekday Wake-up Fitness Program

Weekday Wake-up Zumba Only

Weekday Wake-up Cardio Only

Midday Wellness Zumba

Weekday Wake-up Tai Chi

Midday Wellness Cardio Fusion

Yoga Fit

Personal Trainer National Certification Prepare to work with clients one-on-one. Participate in a 30-hour internship program where you will have the opportunity to network with employers and get valuable experience applying your skills.

425-267-0150

EverettCC.edu/CCEC EverettCC.edu/CCEC

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AEROSPACE TRAINING SOLUTIONS Short-term training for high-demand jobs.

AVIATION GROUND SCHOOL • Concepts and practical applications to prepare you for beginning private pilot flight lessons. A&P TEST PREPARATION • Written Knowledge • General Knowledge • Airframe • Powerplant SOLDERING & INSPECTION • IPC J-STD Certification • IPC-A-610 Certification • Wire and Cable Harness Assembly with IPC/WHMA-A-620 Certification MACHINE OPERATOR TRAINING • Conventional & CNC Operator Series • Conventional Machining Basics • Blueprint Reading • Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing

Industrial Painting Take on the competitive industry of industrial painting by getting the hands-on training needed to succeed.

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EverettCC.edu/Aerospace


Gain today’s most sought after technology skills.

CCEC CLASSES

COMPUTER & TECHNOLOGY COURSES

Advance your IT career or break into a new technological field. Our computer classes range from introductory to program certifications. Attend classes like: • Welcome to Computers • MS Office • SharePoint • Software Testing • SQL Server Developer • Business Intelligence Implementation • C# Certificate Program ...and more!

ONLINE COURSES We now offer online computer courses to fit your schedule and make learning easy. Winter quarter online courses: • Business Intelligence Implementation Certificate courses • Software Testing Automation 425-267-0150

EverettCC.edu/CCEC EverettCC.edu/CCEC

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LOCATIONS

LOCATIONS Everett Community College offers various college courses at locations in Snohomish County. Check the class listings in this schedule for a complete listing of courses offered at these locations. Maps and directions are available online at EverettCC.edu/Maps WESTON HIGH SCHOOL 4407 172nd St NE, Arlington, WA 98223 360-618-6340

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EVERETT COMMUNITY COLLEGE EVERETT CAMPUS 2000 Tower Street, Everett, WA 98201-1390

SCHOOL OF COSMETOLOGY 9315 G State Avenue, Marysville, WA 98270 425-259-8283

EXIT 198

MARYSVILLE ARTS AND TECHNOLOGY HIGH SCHOOL 7204 27th Ave. NE, Tulalip WA 98271 360-653-0664

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TULALIP COLLEGE CENTER 7707 36th Ave NW, Bldgs C and D Tulalip, WA 98270 360-716-4886

Fluke Electronics Park

ADVANCED MANUFACTURING TRAINING & EDUCATION CENTER (AMTEC)

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Corporate & Continuing Education Center

909 N Broadway, Everett, WA 98201 425-259-8799 SNOHOMISH HIGH SCHOOL

Seaway Boulevard

1316 5th Street, Snohomish, WA 98290 360-563-4000

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EXIT 195

GLACIER PEAK HIGH SCHOOL

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7410 144th Pl SE, Snohomish, WA 98296 360-563-7500

Exit 189 Paine Field

Airport Road exit

2

Highway 526

2

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147th St. SE

179th Avenue SE

Tye St. SE

Evergreen Way (Highway 99)

169th Dr.

Aviation Maintenance Technology

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CORPORATE & CONTINUING EDUCATION CENTER Everett: 2333 Seaway Blvd., Everett, WA 98203 Bothell: 18345 Campus Way NE, Bothell, WA 98011 Kirkland: 11605 132nd Ave NE, Kirkland, WA 98034 Arlington: 4407 172nd St NE, Arlington, WA 98223 425-267-0150

Main Street

164th St. SE Tester Road

SNO-ISLE TECH SKILLS CENTER 9001 Airport Road, Everett, WA 98204 425-348-2220

AVIATION MAINTENANCE TECHNOLOGY 9711 32nd Place W., Bld. C-80, Paine Field, Everett, WA 98204 425-388-9533

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Park Place Middle School

Monroe High School EAST COUNTY CAMPUS MONROE HIGH SCHOOL PARK PLACE MIDDLE SCHOOL East County Campus: 14090 Fryelands Blvd. SE, Monroe, WA 98272 Monroe High School: 17001 Tester Road, Monroe, WA 98272 Park Place Middle School: 1408 W. Main St., Monroe, WA 98272 425-259-8732


OFFICE HOURS WINTER 2018 The hours posted in this section only apply when classes are in session. Office hours will vary at other times. All area codes are 425.

HOURS

LOCATION

CONTACT

Advising Center

M, 9am-6pm, T-Th, 9am-4:30pm; F, 10am-4:30pm

Rainier Hall, Room 108

388-9339

Aerospace & Advanced Manufacturing

M-Th, 8am-5pm; F, 8am-12pm

AMTEC, 909 N. Broadway

388-9570

Arts & Learning Resources Division

M-Th, 8am-5pm; F, 8am-4pm

Whitehorse Hall, Rooms 208 and 209

388-9501

Bookstore

Parks Student Union: M-T, 8am-7pm; W-Th 8am-5pm; F, 8am-2pm Liberty Hall: M-Th, 9am-2pm

Parks Student Union, second floor Liberty Hall, first floor

388-9413 388-9283

Business & Applied Technology Division

M-F, 8am-4:30pm

Olympus Hall, Room 139

388-9243

Cashier

M, 7:30am-6:30pm; T-F, 9am-4:30pm. First 3 days of the quarter, 7:30am-7pm.

Parks Student Union, Room 201

388-9224

Center for Disability Services

M-Th, 8:30am-5pm; F, 8:30am-12pm. First 2 days of the quarter, 8:30am-6:30pm. Testing: M-F, 8am-4:45pm

Parks Student Union, second floor

388-9272 TTY 388-9438

Communication & Social Sciences Division

M-F, 8:30am-5:30pm

Gray Wolf Hall, Room 322

388-9387

Open Computer Lab

M-Th, 7:30am-8pm; F, 7:30am-3pm; Sat, 8am-4pm

Shuksan Hall, Room 231

388-9333

Corporate & Continuing Education Center

M-Th, 7am-6:30pm; F, 7am-5pm; Sat, 8am-12pm

Corporate & Continuing Education Center, 2333 Seaway Blvd., Everett 98203

267-0150

Cosmetology

M, W, F, 8:30am-3:30pm; T, Sat, 8:30am-5:30pm; Th, 8:30am-7:30pm

9315 State Ave Suite G, Marysville, WA 98270

259-8283

Counseling & Student Success

M-F, 9am-4:30pm. First day of the quarter 9am-6:30pm

Parks Student Union, third floor

388-9263

Criminal Justice

M-F, 8am-4:30pm

Liberty Hall, Room 262

388-9517 or 9063

Diversity & Equity Center

M, 9am-6:30pm; T-F, 9am-4:30pm First two days of the quarter, 8am-6:30pm. Closed on March 29.

Parks Student Union, Room 308 and 310

388-9306

Early Learning Center

M-Th, 7:15am-5:15pm; F, 7:15-3:15pm

Early Learning Center, 820 Waverly

388-9121

East County Campus (Monroe)ROE)

MTTh, 9am-6pm; W, 7:30am-6pm; F, 9am-5pm

Lake Tye Building, Monroe

259-8732

eLearning

M-Th, 8am-5pm; F, 8am-4pm

Gray Wolf Hall, Rooms 210, 231B, 234

388-9367 or 388-9585 866-575-9027 or 388-9506

Enrollment Services (Admissions & Registration) Financial Aid

M, 7:30am-6:30pm; T-F, 9am-4:30pm First 3 days of the quarter, 7:30am-7pm. Closed on February 9.

Parks Student Union, Room 201

388-9219 fax 388-9173

M, 9am-6:30pm; T, Th, 9am-4:30pm W, 12-4:30pm; unavailable for walk-in assistance Fri. First week of the quarter, M-T, 8am-6:30pm; W-F, 9am-4:30pm.

Parks Student Union, third floor

388-9280

Fire Science/EMT

M-F 8am-4:30pm

Liberty Hall, Room 262

388-9591

Food Services - Parks Student Union Cafe

M-Th, 7:30am-3pm; F, 8am-2pm

Parks Student Union, second floor

388-9400

Health Professions Service Center

M-T, 8am-5:30pm; W-Th, 8am-5pm; F, 10am-4pm

Liberty Hall, 251/253

388-9461

Housing

M-F, 8am-5pm

Cedar Hall

388-9922

Library-Media Center

M-Th, 7:30am-8pm; F, 7:30am-4pm. Closed Saturdays, Sundays, holidays and quarter breaks. Call 425.388.9353 for schedule.

Parks Student Union, first floor

Circulation 388-9353 Reference 388-9354

Math & Science Division Outreach and High School Programs

M-F, 8:30am-5pm

Shuksan Hall, Room 120

388-9429

See Enrollment Services Hours.

Parks Student Union, Room 201 inside Enrollment Services

388-9073

Campus Security

M-F, 7:30am-4pm

Parks Student Union, Room 224

388-9990 (main office) Emergency 388-9998

Student Fitness Center

M-F, 6am-9pm; Sat, 8am-noon

Student Fitness Center

259-9181

Student LIFE

M-F, 8am-5pm

Parks Student Union, Room 209

388-9561

Testing Services

M, 8am-6:30pm; T-F, 9am-4:30pm. Closed on February 9.

Glacier Hall

388-9288

Transitional Studies Division

M-Th 9am-5pm, F 9am-4:30pm

Ranier Hall, second floor

388-9339

TRiO

M-F, 8am-5pm;

Monte Cristo Hall, Room 210

388-9365

Veterans’ Resource Center

M-F, 9am-4:30pm; first two days of the quarter, 8am-6pm

Baker Hall, Room 203

388-9277

Welcome Center - Student ID Card

M-Th, 7am-6pm; F, 8am-5pm

Parks Student Union, second floor

259-8888

Workforce Funding

M, 9am-6:30pm; T-F, 9am-4:30pm; first 2 days of the quarter, 8am-6:30pm

Parks Student Union, third floor

388-9106

Youth Re-Engagement

M-Th, 7:30am-5:30pm; F, 8am-Noon

Rainier Hall, Room 217

259-8738

Questions? Go to EverettCC.edu or call Enrollment Services: 425-388-9219

OFFICE HOURS

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GETTING TO CAMPUS

GETTING TO CAMPUS DIRECTIONS TO CAMPUS

RIDE THE BUS

FROM INTERSTATE 5 NORTHBOUND, take Exit 195 and turn left onto E. Marine View Drive. Go one half mile to 16th Street and turn left. Follow 16th Street to Broadway. Turn right onto Broadway and continue to Tower Street and turn left. Follow Tower Street two blocks and turn left to the main college entrance. Follow the driveway to Gray Wolf Hall; visitor parking is on the right.

Everett Community College main campus in Everett is served by Everett Transit, located across the street from Everett Transit’s College Station transit center. Special routes are available from Marysville, Stanwood/Camano, and Skagit County.

FROM INTERSTATE 5 SOUTHBOUND, take Exit 198 and follow the highway south into Everett to Tower Street and turn right. Follow Tower Street two blocks and turn left to the main college entrance. Follow the driveway to Gray Wolf Hall; visitor parking is on the right. FROM DOWNTOWN EVERETT, take Broadway north to Tower Street and turn left. Follow Tower Street two blocks and turn left to the main college entrance. Follow the driveway to Gray Wolf Hall; visitor parking is on the right.

STUDENT PARKING To park in EvCC parking lots: •

Buy a parking pass at the Cashiers Office, located in the Parks Student Union. You must buy a permit every quarter.

Hang your permit from your rearview mirror. Permits must be up by the first day of the second week of the quarter.

Visit EverettCC.edu/Parking to see a map of student parking spaces.

Parking lots are located by Rainier, Whitehorse, Early Learning Center, College Plaza, EvCC Fitness Center, at Cosmetology in Marysville, at the Corporate & Continuing Education Center, and at the Aviation Maintenance Technician School at Paine Field.

During the first two weeks of every quarter, arrive at least 25 minutes early to find a parking place, or save time and money looking for a spot and ride the bus to campus. Vehicles parked illegally are subject to ticketing and fines.

VISITOR PARKING Visitor parking is located in Parking Lot B, on the west side of Gray Wolf Hall. Rates are $2 for two hours of parking. Pay at the yellow pay parking machine or at the Cashier’s Office in the Parks Student Union.

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Students can also park at the Everett Transit station located off of Pacific Avenue and catch a ride on either Route 7 or Route 29 to the College Station. The bus ride averages only 15 minutes and arrives directly in front of the campus. ORCA bus passes are available at the Cashiers Office in the Parks Student Union. For bus schedules and trip planning: Everett Transit: 425-257-7777 or Community Transit: 425-353-7433

EMERGENCY CLOSURE ADVISORY EvCC will cancel classes and close offices if severe weather or other emergency conditions on the main north Everett campus are determined to be unsafe. Every effort will be made to post closure information by 6am for day classes and 4pm for evening classes. Messages will be posted on the main college phone line at 425-388-9100, on an opening screen of the EvCC website at EverettCC.edu, sent via email, and sent via text message for subscribers. To sign up for text messaging, go to EverettCC.edu/Emergency Messages will only be posted if the college is closed. If a message is not posted, the college is operating with normal business hours. For detailed information about emergency closure, visit EverettCC.edu/Emergency

QUICK WEB REFERENCE Admissions Info and Application Process EverettCC.edu/Admissions Advising EverettCC.edu/Advising Bookstore EverettCC.edu/Bookstore Catalog EverettCC.edu/Catalog Consumer Information EverettCC.edu/Heoa Credit Card Payment EverettCC.edu/CreditCardPay Curriculum Guides EverettCC.edu/CGuides Deadlines EverettCC.edu/Deadlines East County Campus EverettCC.edu/EastCounty eLearning EverettCC.edu/eLearning Enrollment Services Forms EverettCC.edu/StudentForms EvCC Tour EverettCC.edu/Tour External Credit/Transfer Credit Policies EverettCC.edu/TransferCredit Financial Aid EverettCC.edu/FA Learning Communities EverettCC.edu/LC Parents EverettCC.edu/Parents Registration EverettCC.edu/Register


GETTING TO CAMPUS GETTING TO CAMPUS

WSU EVERETT/ EVERETT UNIVERSITY CENTER

Everett Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious belief, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national or ethnic origin, disability, genetic information, veteran status, or age in its programs, activities, or employment. The Chief Diversity and Equity Officer has been designated to handle inquiries regarding nondiscrimination policies and can be reached at 2000 Tower Street, Everett, WA 98201, or by phone at 425-388-9979.

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Live on campus at EvCC!

Sumire Moroto, EvCC nursing student

“IT IS VERY CONVENIENT FOR ALL STUDENTS.”

Everett Community College students can now live on campus! Rent a room in Mountain View Hall or the new Cedar Hall. • Rent includes utilities, wireless internet, and furniture. • Live in a single unit or a 3- or 4-bedroom apartment with private bedrooms and shared living rooms and kitchens. • Secured building with live-in staff and exclusive activities for on-campus residents. For more information or to apply, visit EverettCC.edu/Housing

Winter 2018 class schedule  

Everett Community College Winter 2018 Class Schedule.