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Fall Quarter 2016

Class SCHEDULE

Auburn l Enumclaw l Kent

Fall classes begin September 19, 2016

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Determine your funding

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l Find all options for funding your education at greenriver.edu/moneyforcollege, including the STEP payment plan, Veterans benefits, and Workforce Education. l Financial aid priority deadlines: fall (March 15); winter (October 15); spring (January 15); summer (April 15) A complete application requires: • FAFSA; fill it out online at fafsa.gov. Green River’s school code is 003780. • Green River’s Financial Aid Supplemental Application; available at greenriver.edu/financialaid. l Questions? Contact Financial Aid at (253) 833-9111, Ext. 2449 or finaid@greenriver.edu.

Admission l Apply for admission online at greenriver.edu/applynow l Pay the $20 nonrefundable application fee at the time of your COMPASS assessment or with tuition. l Activate your required student email account at greenriver.edu/studentemail. All Green River communication will be sent to your Green River student email account. l Questions? Contact Enrollment Services at (253) 833-9111, Ext. 2500 or enrollmentservices@greenriver.edu.

Determine your course placement

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l Course placement can be determined through various means; visit greenriver.edu/placement for more information. l COMPASS is the first step for many new students to determine course eligibility. COMPASS has a fee of $20 payable at time of assessment, and is available at the Welcome Center or by appointment at the Enumclaw or Kent Campus. More information at greenriver.edu/testing. l Questions? Contact the Welcome Center at (253) 333-6000 or gettingstarted@greenriver.edu.

Complete advising and registration l All students new to Green River must complete Student Orientation to Advising and Registration (SOAR). SOAR sessions are available in-person and online; visit greenriver.edu/soar for more information and to sign up. l Questions? Contact the Welcome Center at (253) 333-6000 or gettingstarted@greenriver.edu.

Confirm online l View your schedule to confirm your official registration record. l Remove yourself from any unwanted class waitlists. l Confirm tuition and fees are paid in full OR your funding source is in place. l Check your Green River student email on a regular basis.

Green River College does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, religion, disability, genetic information or on any other unlawful basis. The college is committed to preventing and stopping discrimination, including harassment of any kind and any associated retaliatory behavior. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Vice President of Human Resources, 12401 SE 320th Street, Auburn, WA 98092, (253) 288-3320 Disability Support Services at (253) 833-9111, ext. 2631; TTY (253) 288-3359. WC1503wb GetStarted


Registration and Payment Due Dates—Fall Quarter Fall tuition and fees are due August 1, 2016. Students may also sign up for STEP and make the first of three installments. Registration after August 1st due within four days of registering. May 2 Currently enrolled and returning Veterans and Workforce Training May 3 Currently enrolled and returning students begin May 9 New Veterans and Workforce Training May 16 New student registration begins Aug. 1 1st STEP payment due Sept. 6 2nd STEP payment due Oct. 3 3rd STEP payment due

Table of Contents Registration information..............3 Web Registration......................6 eLearning – credit.....................9 Fall finals calendar....................9

Key to class listings/locations...... 10 Credit class fall listings............. 11 Continuing Education................ 59 Enumclaw Campus.................. 75

Hours of operation:

For information of hours of operation, go to: greenriver.edu/hours/

For further information on how to register, call Green River College at (253) 833-9111 in Auburn, TDD: (253) 288-3359.

Fall Quarter Calendar Sept. 17

Last day to add name to waitlist (by 10:30 p.m.)

Sept.19

Fall classes begin

No-show replacements accepted

Sept. 21

Last day to register without instructor signature

Sept. 22

All registrations and adds require instructor signature – no web registrations

Senior Citizen discounts accepted

WA state employee waivers accepted

Sept. 23

Last day for 100% refund of tuition and fees

Sept. 30

Last day to withdraw and not have class(es) posted to permanent transcript. Web available to drop class(es)

Oct. 3

$35 late fee applies to each course addition

Oct. 7

Last day for 40% refund of tuition only – fees nonrefundable

Oct. 18

Last day to apply for residency reclassification

Oct. 26

In-Service Day (no day classes)

Nov. 1

Advising Day (no day or evening classes)

Nov. 10

Last day to submit pass/non-credit petition

Last day to complete official withdrawal

All registration transactions must be completed

Web available to drop class(es)

Nov. 11

Veteran’s Day (campus closed)

Nov. 23

Thanksgiving Eve (no evening classes)

Nov. 24-25 Thanksgiving Holiday (campus closed) Dec. 6

Study Day (no day classes)

Dec. 7-9

Finals

Dec. 9

Last day of instruction

Dec. 15

Grades available online

Registration Dates – Winter Quarter Nov. 7 Nov. 8

Veterans and Workforce Currently Enrolled and Returning

Nov. 14

New Veterans and Workforce

Nov. 21

New Students

Green River College – Main Campus 12401 SE 320th St., Auburn, WA 98092-3622 (253) 833-9111 Auburn Fax (253) 288-3454 • greenriver.edu Green River College – Enumclaw Campus 1414 Griffin Ave., Enumclaw, WA 98022 (253) 288-3400 Enumclaw Fax (253) 288-3485 • greenriver.edu/enumclaw Green River College – Kent Campus 417 Ramsay Way, Suite 112, Kent, WA 98032-4501 (253) 856-9595 • Fax (253) 333-4972 • greenriver.edu/kent Green River College – Downtown Auburn Center 1221 D St. NE, Auburn, WA 98002 (253) 833-9111 • Fax (253) 333-4940

Class Schedule Fall 2016 Published quarterly by Green River College. Green River College has made reasonable efforts to provide in this schedule information that is accurate at the time of publication. However, the college reserves the right to make appropriate changes in procedures, policies, calendars, requirements, programs, courses, and fees. When feasible, changes will be announced prior to their effective dates, but the college assumes no responsibility for giving any particular notice of any such changes. Nothing contained herein shall be construed to create any offer to contract or any contractual rights. Green River College does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, religion, disability, genetic information or on any other unlawful basis. The college is committed to preventing and stopping discrimination, including harassment of any kind and any associated retaliatory behavior. The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies: Vice President of Human Resources, 12401 SE 320th Street, Auburn, WA 98092, (253) 288-3320. To receive this information in an alternative format, please contact Disability Support Services at (253) 833-9111, ext. 2631; TTY (253) 288-3359. Limitation of Liability: The college's total liability for claims arising from a contractual relationship with the student in any way related to classes or programs shall be limited to the tuition and expenses paid by the student to the college for those classes or programs. In no event shall the college be liable for any special, indirect, incidental, or consequential damages, including but not limited to, loss of earnings or profits.

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Registration

Registration information


Registration information Tuition and fees Registration

Tuition Rates Fall 2016

Washington Resident

U.S. Citizen/Immigrant Non-Resident Waiver

International and Other Non-U.S. Citizen

$102.91

$116.34

$278.50

Per credit charge (11-18 credits) International per cr (12-18 cr) Per credit charge (19 credits and over), except as noted below for those who qualify. Professional and Technical surcharge for more than 18 credits (per credit)

$50.96

$51.67

$177.00

$92.33

$105.76

$269.04

$50.96

$51.67

$58.15

* Veterans per credit charge (1-10 credits)

$92.62

N/A

N/A

* Veterans per credit charge (11-18 credits)

$50.96

N/A

N/A

* Veterans surcharge for more than 18 credits (per credit)

$92.33

N/A

N/A

High School completion age 19 and older per credit (1-10 credits)

$12.00

$102.91

$279.62

High School completion age 19 and older per credit (11-18 credits)

$12.00

$50.96

$177.00

High School completion age 19 and older per credit (19 credits and over)

$50.96

$92.33

$269.04

Tuition and fees are subject to change by the Washington State Legislature.

Per credit charge (1-10 credits)

* See Enrollment Services Office for specific guidelines. Copy of DD214 required.

NOTE: Students auditing classes pay regular tuition and fees.

See Additional Tuition and Fee Charts on next page. Space-available waivers (register on 4th day of quarter on space available basis)

Washington state employee..................$50.96 per class plus class fees Senior citizen (60 years of age or older and a Washington resident)............... $5 per class (2 class limit) plus college and class fees. (This waiver is not for students intending to use credits for increasing credentials or salary increases.)

Special courses

Apprenticeship .....................................................................$51 per credit Basic Skills......................................................................... $25 per quarter Parent-Child Education.........................................................$20 per credit

Class Fees

See next page and individual class listings in this schedule.

Non-Resident waiver—U.S. citizens and INS-approved permanent residents are eligible for this waiver while establishing their Washington state residency. International and other—Visa classifications that are not eligible to establish residency, including international students.

STEP – Student Tuition Easy Payments STEP is a tuition payment plan available to assist students to pay their tuition and fees in three manageable payments, following the published payment due dates schedule of: • 1st Payment • 2nd Payment • 3rd Payment $500 50% of balance total balance due STEP is also an option for students who are waiting for their Financial Aid file to be reviewed. Visit greenriver.edu/MoneyForCollege for detailed information.

Special fees Admission Application fee.........................................................................$20 Assessment (COMPASS)..........................................................................$20 COMPASS Retake fee........................................................................ $10/$20 Cap and gown, tassel................................................................................$25 General Education Development test (GED®)..........................................$120 GED® per section......................................................................................$30 Graduation application fee........................................................................$20 Locker fee..............................................................................................$7.50 STEP.........................................................................................................$25 Transcript fee............................................................................................$10 Transcript fee On Demand.........................................................................$25 The Cashier’s Office and the Paper Tree Bookstore accept checks for the amount of purchase only.

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Need Money for College?

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Paying for college is a challenge for most students. We can help. Green River provides funding options to help eligible students with their college expenses. For more information go to greenriver.edu/student-affairs/applynow/money-for-college-and-step.htm


Tuition and fees Registration information

Washington State Resident

Credits

Tuition

Non-Washington State Resident

U.S. citizens and approved permanent residents

Student Voted Fees

Total F/T

Credits

Tuition

U.S. citizens and INS approved permanent residents

Student Voted Fees

Total F/T

1

102.91

68.00

170.91

1

116.34

68.00

184.34

2

205.82

73.50

279.32

2

232.68

73.50

306.18

3

308.73

79.00

387.73

3

349.02

79.00

428.02

4

411.64

84.50

496.14

4

465.36

84.50

549.86

5

514.55

90.00

604.55

5

581.70

90.00

671.70

6

617.46

99.00

716.46

6

698.04

99.00

797.04

828.37

7 814.38 108.00

922.38

8 823.28 117.00

940.28

8 930.72 117.00

1,047.72

9 926.19 126.00

1,052.19

9 1,047.06

126.00

1,173.06

10 1,029.10

135.00

1,164.10

10 1,163.40

135.00

1,298.40

11 1,080.06

144.00

1,224.06

11 1,215.07

144.00

1,359.07

12 1,131.02

153.00

1,284.02

12 1,266.74

153.00

1,419.74

13 1,181.98

157.00

1,338.98

13 1,318.41

157.00

1,475.41

14 1,232.94

161.00

1,393.94

14 1,370.08

161.00

1,531.08

15 1,283.90

165.00

1,448.90

15 1,421.75

165.00

1,586.75

16 1,334.86

169.00

1,503.86

16 1,473.42

169.00

1,642.42

17 1,385.82

173.00

1,558.82

17 1,525.09

173.00

1,698.09

18 1,436.78

177.00

1,613.78

18 1,576.76

177.00

1,753.76

19 1,529.11

181.00

1,710.11

19 1,682.52

181.00

1,863.52

20 1,621.44

185.00

1,806.44

20 1,788.28

185.00

1,973.28

7 720.37 108.00

21+

92.33 added per credit

21+

Class Fees: See course descriptions for any additional individual class fees

Contract International Students

Credits

Tuition

Student Voted Fees

Total F/T

105.76 added per credit

Fees:

1

287.50

68.00

355.50

1. Special services fee of $.50 per credit applied to all credits.

2

575.00

73.50

648.50

3

862.50

79.00

941.50

4 1,150.00

84.50

1,234.50

2. Technology fee of $5 per credit to a maximum of 12 credits. Not to exceed $60. (This fee was established by a student vote to cover the cost of equipment, printing and tech support for the Technology Center).

5 1,437.50

90.00

1,527.50

6 1,725.00

99.00

1,824.00

7 2,012.50

108.00

2,120.50

8 2,300.00

117.00

2,417.00

9 2,587.50

126.00

2,713.50

10 2,875.00

135.00

3,010.00

11 3,162.50

144.00

3,306.50

12 3,450.00

177.00

3,627.00

13 3,450.00

177.00

3,627.00

14 3,450.00

177.00

3,627.00

15 3,450.00

177.00

3,627.00

16 3,450.00

177.00

3,627.00

17 3,450.00

177.00

3,627.00

18 3,450.00

177.00

3,627.00

19 3,719.04

181.00

3,900.04

20 3,988.08

185.00

4,173.08

21+

269.04 added per credit

3. Facilities fee $17.50 minimum for 1 to 5 credits, and $3.50 per credit after 5 credits, no maximum. 4. Student center fee a flat $45. (This fee was established by a student vote to cover the cost of a new student center.) Running Start students are responsible for all fees, as well as: Class fees: (See individual classes in quarterly class schedule) Books: (See The Paper Tree bookstore for more information) Note: Running Start students are responsible for any tuition associated with enrolling in credits that exceed how many they can take through the Running Start program and/or credits below 100 level. Running Start students enrolled in credit outside of the Running Start program will be charged tuition at the rate of the first credit of tuition. See website for more details: greenriver.edu/running start/ Tuition – Prior to the start of the quarter, tuition and fees are due within 4 business days of registration except for fall quarter. See registration and payment due dates for exception to fall quarter. You may pay in full or sign up for the STEP payment plan. See published STEP due dates on the registration information page. See Enrollment Services in SA-277 for more information. Beginning the first day of the quarter, tuition is due at the time of registration. Students who do not pay tuition and fees on time may be dropped from classes for lack of payment.

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Registration

Tuition and fees are subject to change by the Washington State Legislature.


Registration information Registration

It’s easy to enroll!

Schedule Planner

New students

This feature provides you with up-to-the-minute class information and enables you to:

1. Complete an application for admission online at greenriver.edu. Admission to the college is open to anyone who has a high school diploma, GED®, or is 18 years old by the first day of the quarter they are planning to attend. Please note, if you are 16 or 17, you will need to submit a high school release form from the school district you live in, unless you have a GED® or high school diploma. 2. Course placement can be determined through various means; visit greenriver.edu/placement for more information.

COMPASS is the first step for many new students to determine course eligibility. COMPASS has a fee of $20 payable at time of assessment and is available at the Welcome Center or by appointment at the Enumclaw or Kent Campuses. More information at greenriver.edu/testing. Questions? Contact the Welcome Center at (253) 333-6000, or gettingstarted@greenriver.edu.

3. Sign up for Student Orientation, to Advising & Registration (SOAR) online at greenriver.edu/soar.

Returning students that are not currently enrolled

Request that Enrollment Services update your record. Call ext. 2500 or re-apply online.

Student e-mail accounts

Students are automatically assigned a Green River e-mail account. The college will use this e-mail address for official communication with all students. Official college policy requires every student to read his or her student e-mail account regularly. To start using your student e-mail account, go to: http://grcc.greenriver.edu/StudentEmail.

Currently enrolled day and evening students—Registration access times

 Plan your schedule for the upcoming quarter  Find out if your class selections are open or closed  Check each class for required prerequisites

To access the Schedule Planner feature

1. Go to greenriver.edu/online 2. Select Schedule Planner under Plan Schedule

Please note: If you are unable to enroll for a class that shows an open seat, there is a wait list attached.

Web Registration Who can use Web Registration? All students who: 1. have completed the admissions process; 2. have been assigned a Student ID number and PIN; 3. have been assigned a registration access time; and 4. are registering or withdrawing from credit classes.

Web Registration cannot be used when registering for: • High School Completion • GED®/ABE/ESOL

• Audit of credit classes • Tuition waivers

Web Registration hours 5 a.m. to midnight daily Note: Web registration function is not available after the third day of the quarter (second day for summer quarter) to add a class. Web registration is open for dropping classes through the eighth week of the quarter (sixth week for summer quarter). See Registration Calendar.

Registration notifications will not be mailed. Two weeks prior to the start of registration, visit the Green River website greenriver.edu/online to access your registration time.

Registration access time

Continuing Education

To register, select the following: • Online Services • Register for classes • Register / add / drop classes

See page 39 for non-credit Continuing Education classes. Students can register for non-credit classes at greenriver.edu/cce.

GED® testing Green River College’s Assessment & Testing Center is a GED® testing site. If you are 16, 17, or 18 years old, you must bring a signed Request for Approval to Test for the GED® form, available from your high school or district office, to the Assessment & Testing Center prior to scheduling your first test. More information can be found at greenriver.edu/testing. All testing registration, scheduling and score reporting is managed through www.ged.com.

Online Services—greenriver.edu/online In addition to registration, our site offers a variety of options. A menu will walk you through the steps. The options available are:

     

Class information Degree audit Financial aid inquiry Tax credit information Registration Access Time Schedule Planner

     

Register Student PIN change Student schedule Unofficial transcript Pay by credit card Web admissions

Visit the Schedule Planner prior to registering for classes.

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You may use Web Registration anytime on or after your scheduled access time, but not before. See Online Services for registration access time.

Follow the instructions as they appear on the screen to register for the classes of your choice. You will be asked to enter the course item number. This is located to the far left of the class time listed in your class schedule. (See page 10 for example.) If you are registering for a class that requires permission, instructions will automatically appear on the screen requiring you to enter an entry code.

Entry codes

These are five-digit numbers issued to you by the instructor of the class or by an advisor. They are used as authorization for classes requiring permission or prerequisite satisfaction. Once you have used an entry code, the computer will not accept it again.

Credit maximum

Academic students may register for up to 20 credits per quarter. Career and technical students may register for up to 25 credits per quarter.

To print class schedule

1. Go to greenriver.edu/online 2. Select View My Schedule under Register for classes


Wait list for full classes—automated system How do you get into a class that is full?

Entry codes will not allow you to by-pass the wait list option and register yourself into a full class. The wait list process works as follows: • Web or in-person registration will provide the option to wait list into a full class. All prerequisites must be met to be added to a wait list. • You can add your name to three separate wait lists—an example would be math, English and chemistry. • Cluster classes are moved from the wait list in the order the students were added. • Review your schedule every few days via the Web to see if you have been added to the class. • You are responsible for making sure your schedule is accurate by dropping any unwanted classes. Failure to do so will result in a 0.0 grade being posted to your transcript and possible additional tuition and fees. • To remove your name from a wait list: 1. Go to greenriver.edu/online 2. Select Manage My Wait lists under Register for classes You may also stop by Enrollment Services to request that your name be removed. • If you have not moved off the wait list and into the class by the first day of the quarter that, you need to attend the first class session and identify yourself to the instructor. • Attending the first class session will not guarantee admittance into the class. Students are responsible for the accuracy of their class schedule. If you are registered for a class that you no longer plan to attend, withdraw from the class online or stop by Enrollment Services.

To pay tuition and fees online

Disability Support Services, ext. 2631 Green River College is committed to assisting students with disabilities to obtain equal access to programs and services at the college. Disability Support Services is located in SA-271A in the Student Affairs & Success Building. Students requesting accommodations need to contact DSS and are required to provide current documentation of disability. For information regarding documentation needs and about Disability Support Services in general, please contact the Disability Support Services Coordinator during business hours. Information pertaining to 504 compliance is available from the director of Disability Support Services. Depending on disability needs, please allow two weeks to three months for accommodation processing arrangements.

Financial Aid, ext. 2449 The Financial Aid Office is located on the second floor of the Student Affairs & Success Building. Financial aid is available in the form of grants, loans, workstudy jobs and scholarships. Contact the Financial Aid Office for information and applications. Please allow at least three months for application processing.

Full-Time Student Status The definition of “full-time student” varies for certain agencies, such as the Immigration and Naturalization Service, Veterans Administration, College Financial Aid, Social Security Administration and insurance companies. In most cases, to be considered full time, you must be registered for 12 or more credits.

Parking, ext. 3350 Parking is one of the many services provided through the facilities fee. Students are required to register cars at the Cashier’s Office to help ensure the safety and security of vehicles. Questions pertaining to parking should be directed to the Safety Office at ext. 3350.

1. Go to greenriver.edu/online 2. Under Pay for college, select Credit Card 3. Enter SID and PIN (PIN not required to make payment.) 4. Select quarter 5. Enter account information 6. Enter credit card information 7. Once you select “Charge my account,” you are instructed to wait for a confirmation number, and then print the number for your records. Please note that if the confirmation number does not come up, the charge did not go through.

Student Rights and Responsibilities

Note: If using the STEP plan, first and second payments MUST be made in person at the Cashier’s Office. Final payment may be made at the Cashier’s Office or online with credit/debit card at greenriver.edu.

Student Financial Obligations

For questions on payment options or problems, please call the Cashier’s Office at (253) 833-9111, ext. 2050.

Mailing Address Corrections If your mailing address has changed during the quarter, be sure to change your new address online.

1. Go to greenriver.edu/online 2. Under Student Info., select Student Address

Registration

Registration information

Students are held responsible for knowing and obeying published rules and regulations of the college as detailed in the student handbook. Students are responsible for knowing the academic requirements and for scheduling necessary courses in their proper sequence. This information is available online at greenriver.edu/current/ and includes Green River’s policy on alcohol and other drugs, the costs of attending the college, our enrollment policies, graduation rates, information about our testing center, and much more. We are confident you will find them useful. Please call ext. 2400 or stop by the Information Desk in Student Life to obtain a student handbook.

All outstanding amounts resulting from nonpayment of tuition and fees are the responsibility of the student. Withdrawal from school, officially or unofficially, will not cancel any financial obligation already incurred. Failure to pay all financial obligations may result in debts being turned over to a collection agency. Collection fees, including attorney fees and other charges necessary for the collection of any amount due, will be added to the student’s account balance. Students who default on any financial obligations to Green River College are responsible for collection fees, attorney fees, court fees, and other reasonable costs and expenses incurred in the collection of any debt, in accordance with RCW 28B.10.293 and RCW 19.16.500.

If you are on financial aid, you must also notify the Financial Aid Office.

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Registration information Registration

Residency Requirements, ext. 2513

Veterans Services, ext. 2466

The state of Washington has established specific criteria for students to qualify as residents for tuition paying purposes (references: RCW 28B.15 and WAC 250.18).

Green River College is approved for Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) education benefits. Students who fit VA eligibility criteria may use their education benefits for most of our academic programs. An updated list of approved programs can be found on the VA’s website. Full-time enrollment for fall, winter, and spring quarters is 12 credits. Enrollment for summer terms is based on length of the term elected.

A resident student is one who is a U.S. citizen, or has permanent or temporary resident status, or holds “Refugee-Parolee” or “Conditional Entrant” status with the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service or is otherwise permanently residing in the United States under color of law; and be either: 1. Financially independent student: a. Have established a bona fide domicile in the state of Washington primarily for purposes other than education for a period of one year immediately before the first day of the quarter for which they have registered at any institution; and b. Be financially independent. OR 2.

Financially dependent student: Be a dependent student with one or both of their parents or legal guardians having maintained a bona fide domicile in the state of Washington for at least one year immediately before the first day of the quarter for which they have registered at any institution.

To apply for residency reclassification, students submit a residency questionnaire and provide the required documentation to Enrollment Services. Students may apply for residency reclassification through the 30th calendar day of the quarter. See residency questionnaire for complete details. Residency questionnaires are available online, in Enrollment Services, or by calling ext. 2500. Note these additional points: • Residence is not an equivalent of domicile only—must also provide documentation supporting student’s financial independent or dependent status. • A student cannot qualify as a legal resident of Washington for tuition calculation purposes if she/he possesses a valid out-of-state driver's license, vehicle registration, or other documents that give evidence of being legal resident in another state. • The domicile of a minor is normally that of the parent or legally appointed guardian. • International students attending Green River who have been issued an I-20 form are classified as non-resident regardless of length of residency in Washington state.

Nonresident Waiver The Washington State Board for Community and Technical Colleges has authorized the colleges to waive a portion of the nonresident tuition rate for United States citizens and INS Permanent residents who have not met the above criteria for in-state residency. Green River honors this automatic waiver at the time student makes application to the college. The student pays the non-Washington resident tuition rate (see chart on page 4).

HB 1079 (Undocumented Person) Waiver Effective July 1, 2003, Washington state law was changed, presumed undocumented students or non-immigrant visa holders who meet certain criteria are eligible for resident student status and resident tuition rates. To qualify, students who have resided in Washington state for three years immediately prior to receiving a high school diploma and completed the full senior year at a Washington high school or completed the equivalent of a high diploma in Washington State, and complete an affidavit promising to apply for permanent residency in the United States at the earliest possible opportunity and indicating a willingness to engage in activities necessary to acquire citizenship.

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Certification for education benefits will be forwarded to the VA after proof of registration has been received by Veteran Services. In-state and/or reduced tuition rates may be available to veterans and their spouse and/or dependents that meet specific state requirements. For more information please visit Enrollment Services with a copy of your DD 214 and your COE (Certificate of Eligibility). Veterans may also be eligible for priority registration. Individuals must meet the established eligibility criteria and submit a copy of their DD 214 to Enrollment Services.

Withdrawal and Refund Policy Credit classes

It is the student's responsibility to withdraw from the college or from individual courses. Students must withdraw online or submit a withdrawal/ change of schedule form to guarantee the accuracy of their permanent records and to begin refund procedures when applicable. The student may receive a refund under the following conditions:

Percentage of refund

1. 100 percent refund of tuition and fees—When courses or programs are canceled by the college or when a student officially withdraws from class through the fifth instructional day of the quarter. 2. 40 percent refund of tuition only (No fees will be refunded after the 100% refund period ends)—When official withdrawal occurs after the fifth instructional day of the quarter through the end of the refund period (see next bullet). 3. No refunds—After the 15th calendar day of the quarter. The 15th calendar day is the end of the refund period. 4. Short-term classes—100% refund of tuition and fees when official withdrawal occurs prior to the first day of class only. Shot-term classes are indicated by dates published with the class listing. 5. Refunds of less than $10 will not be made. 6. Appeals to the refund policy must be submitted to the Enrollment Services Office in written form with supporting documents attached. Refund appeals must be received by the Enrollment Services Office within one year of the quarter in question. 7. A separate refund policy applies to students receiving financial aid. Tuition refunds must be returned to the financial aid account and not to the student.

Withdrawing from classes online Financial Aid:

Students may jeopardize their future financial aid eligibility by dropping classes. Please check with financial aid if you have questions.

International Students:

If you are an F-1 international student and you drop below 12 credits without permission, your SEVIS record and student status through Green River will end.

Running Start:

Withdrawing from class(es) can impact your high school graduation and continued program eligibility. You are responsible for communicating schedule changes with your high school.


eLearning at Green River Need some flexibility in your schedule? Work hours keeping you from an education? Try one of Green River’s eLearning classes. Our eLearning classes allow busy people like you to get the training and skills you need. We offer classes that are fully online as well as hybrid classes, which combine online sessions with scheduled campus time. Benefits: Online courses • No required meetings on campus • No commute • No parking rush • Take classes in your pajamas and meet your regularly scheduled deadlines for assignments. • Earn your associate’s degree without coming to campus.

Hybrid classes • Get the best of both worlds by combining online classes with face-to-face meetings. • Spend a few hours each week in the classroom and the rest online. • Hybrid courses work well for people who want some flexibility in their schedule and still want a classroom experience. More information can be found on the eLearning Web site at greenriver.edu/elearning. The quarterly class schedule can be found at greenriver.edu/ClassSchedule.

Looking for information on Athletics, Artist & Speakers Series, Heavier Than Air Family Theatre, Theatre Extemporé, or other student programs? Find it online at: greenriver.edu/campus-life

Final Examination Schedule – Fall 2016 Study Day – December 6 Wednesday, Dec. 7 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. 11 a.m. to 1p.m. 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

All 8 a.m. classes All 11 a.m. classes All 2 p.m. classes Available test time for classes with conflicts*

Thursday, Dec. 8 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

All 7 a.m. classes All 10 a.m. classes All 1 p.m. classes All 4 p.m. classes

Friday, Dec. 9 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. Noon to 2 p.m. 3 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Available test time for classes with conflicts* All 9 a.m. classes All noon classes All 3 p.m. classes

* Exceptions to this schedule require arrangements with the appropriate Dean of Instruction. Kent Campus schedule may vary; check with instructor or front desk at KC.

Host Families Needed Green River’s international students need caring host families. Homes are needed for students where they can have their own rooms and share dinner with the family. They will also share cultures and friendships and contribute to family expenses. Length of stay varies from one month to two years. Homes are needed for male and female students from various countries. If you are interested in hosting an international student, please call Green River’s Host Family Information Line, ext. 2129, and make a reservation for our next orientation. 9

Registration

Registration information


Key to class listings and locationsinformation Registration Registration

Off campus

FClass offered this quarter only

Class listings sample

Prerequisites and special fees

COURSE ABBREV.

(NR) nonrefundable co-op fees

FGEOL 104 Field Trips In Geology (1)

COURSE NO.

Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 3283 A Filson R

Additional information about this section

CREDITS

SC-111

8-9:50a

ITEM SECTION INSTRUCTOR LOCATION DAY(S) EVENING CLASS NO. TIMES ARE BOLDED

Opens after item #3285 closes.

Class location key – on Main Campus

Green River College, 12401 SE 320th, Auburn AD........ Administration CC........ Child Care Center CCA...... Student Housing CE........ Continuing Education CH........ Cedar Hall FC........ Fitness Center HL........ Holman Library HR........ Human Resources IV......... McIntyre International Village (includes IVA, IVB, IVC, IVD) OEB ...... Occupational Education PA........ Bleha Center for Performing Arts PE........ Physical Education Building RLC...... Rutkowski Learning Center SA........ Student Affairs & Success Building

MTWTh

(formerly Lindbloom Student Center)

SC........ Marv Nelson Science Center SH........ Salish Hall SU........ Mel Lindbloom Student Union TC........ Technology Center TT........ Trades Technologies WT....... Water Technology (WETRC) ZWC...... Zgolinski Welcome Center

Day of week indicators: M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday Th Thursday F Friday Sa Saturday Su Sunday Daily Mon. through Fri. ARR See Instructor

Class location key – off of the Main Campus ARR �����������������To be arranged Al/Pac Lib ����������Algona-Pacific Library 255 Ellingson Road, Pacific Aub Center ���������Green River's Downtown Auburn Center 1221 D St. NE, Auburn Aub Library ��������Auburn Library 102 Auburn Way S., Auburn Blue Dog �����������Blue Dog Glass Art 29304 168th Ave. SE, Kent CCC �����������������Green River's Child Care Center 31715 SE 124th Ave., Auburn CLI ������������������Clinic (to be arranged with instructor) Covington CH �������� Covington City Hall 16720 SE 271st St., Ste. 100, Covington Covington ����������Covington Library 27100 164th Ave. SE, Covington Enumclaw ����������Green River's Enumclaw Campus 1414 Griffin Ave., Enumclaw EHS �����������������Enumclaw High School 226 Semanski St S, Enumclaw, WA 98022 FOG �����������������Family of Grace Lutheran Church 31317 124th Ave. SE, Auburn Highline ������������Highline College 23835 Pacific Hwy. S. Bldg. 99, Kent Kent �����������������Green River's Kent Campus 417 Ramsay Way Ste. 112, Kent Kent Lib ������������Kent Library 212 2nd Ave. N., Kent Kent Acad ����������Kent Phoenix Academy 11000 SE 264th St., Kent KGC �����������������Khalsa Gurmat Center 16940 116th Ave. SE, Renton Mt Baker MS �������Mount Baker Middle School 620 37th St. SE, Auburn NW Handling ������Northwest Handling 1100 SW 7th St., Renton Thunder MS ��������Thunder Mountain Middle School 42018 264th Ave. SE, Enumclaw

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Fall 2016 Credit Classes — Sept. 19–Dec.Fall 9,Credit 2016Classes greenriver.edu

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations

Register now for fall quarter • greenriver.edu ACCT& 201

Hybrid Course ACCT 110

Prac Financial Account 1

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for READ 104 or instructor’s permission. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $27.50.(NR) 0067 DEA HL-147 MW 8-9:50a

 ACCT 110

Prac Financial Account 1

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for READ 104 or instructor’s permission. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 0071 DEB ARR ARR ONLINE 0075 DEC ARR ARR ONLINE

 ACCT 111

Prac Financial Account 2

(5)

Prerequisite: ACCT 110 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 0083 DE Davis S ARR ARR ONLINE

 ACCT 112

Quickbooks/Accounting

(5)

Prerequisite: ACCT 110 or &201 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; and BTAC 100 with a grade of 2.0 or higher or instructor’s permission. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 0087 DE Davis S ARR ARR ONLINE

 ACCT 113

Practical Accounting

(5)

Prerequisite: ACCT 111 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; and B A 145 or instructor’s permission. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 0091 DE Davis S ARR ARR ONLINE

 ACCT 118

Individual Taxation

(5)

Prerequisite: ACCT 111 or ACCT& 201 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 0095 DE Davis S ARR ARR ONLINE

 ACCT 121

Payroll Accounting

(5)

Prerequisite: ACCT 110 or ACCT& 201 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 0099 DE Davis S ARR ARR ONLINE

 ACCT 175

ACCT Instructor Aide

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. 0123 A Davis S ARR ARR

(5) ARR

Prin Of Accounting I

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 and MATH 147; or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 0127 A Carter P SH-250 Daily 8-8:50a Carter P SH-154 F 8-8:50a 0131 B Harris N SH-252 Daily 8-8:50a Harris N SH-352 F 8-8:50a 0135 C Harris N SH-252 Daily 9-9:50a Harris N SH-352 F 9-9:50a 0139 D Carter P SH-250 Daily 9-9:50a Carter P SH-154 F 9-9:50a 0151 E Carter P SH-250 Daily 10-10:50a Carter P SH-154 F 10-10:50a 0155 F Fohn J SH-252 Daily 10-10:50a Fohn J SH-352 F ARR 0159 G Fohn J SH-252 Daily 11-11:50a Fohn J SH-352 F ARR 0163 H Fohn J SH-252 Daily 1-1:50p Fohn J SH-352 F ARR

 ACCT& 201

Prin Of Accounting I

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 and MATH 147; or instructor’s permission. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 0143 DEA ARR ARR ONLINE 0147 DEB ARR ARR ONLINE

ACCT& 202

Prin Of Accounting II

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 and MATH 147; and ACCT& 201 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Recommended: BUS& 101 and computer spreadsheet skills. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 0175 A Harris N SH-250 Daily 11-11:50a Harris N SH-154 F 11-11:50a 0177 KCU Kent MW 6:30-8:50p

 ACCT& 202

Prin Of Accounting II

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 and MATH 147; and ACCT& 201 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Recommended: BUS& 101 and computer spreadsheet skills. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 0179 DEA ARR ARR ONLINE 0183 DEB ARR ARR ONLINE

 ACCT& 203

Prin Of Accounting III

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 and MATH 147; and ACCT& 202 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Recommended: ECON& 202 and MATH 147 prior to enrolling in this course and computer spreadsheet skills. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 0187 DEA Carter P ARR ARR ONLINE 0191 DEB Carter P ARR ARR ONLINE

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Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

F Class offered this quarter only  Class offered online

greenriver.edu

Aerospace And Advanced Manufacturing AAM 101

Precision Machining 1

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $75.00.(NR) 0011 A McCuaig J TT-501 Daily 0015 B Chinn B TT-501 Daily

AAM 102

Precision Machining 2

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $75.00.(NR) 0019 A McCuaig J TT-501 Daily 0023 B Chinn B TT-501 Daily

AAM 106

Quality Assurance 2

Prerequisite: Eligible for MATH 072, READ 104 and ENGL 081. Additional fee of $70.00.(NR) 0039 A CH-116 TTh CH-116 Sa

Credit classes

AAM 108

Inspection 2

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 081, MATH 072, and READ 104. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 0055 A CH-116 MW CH-116 Sa

Anatomy-Physiology (13) 8a-12p 1-5p

(13) 8a-12p 1-5p

(7) 4-8p 8a-12p

(7)

Minority/Ethnic Studies

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099. Satisfies a social science and the diversity course requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 0195 A Adams C SH-355 Daily 1-1:50p

 AMES 100

Minority/Ethnic Studies

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099. Satisfies a social science and the diversity course requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $37.00.(NR) 0197 DEA Reilly S ARR ARR ONLINE 0199 DEB ARR ARR ONLINE

Hybrid Course AMES 100

Minority/Ethnic Studies

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099. Satisfies a social science and the diversity course requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $19.50.(NR) 0201 DEC Reilly S RLC-131 MWF 8-8:50a 0203 DED Reilly S SH-355 MWF 9-9:50a

Hybrid Course AMES 105

Inequality/Change Sports

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $18.50.(NR) 0213 DE SH-355 MTWTh 10-10:50a

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Human AP Survey

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a natural science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 0247 A Ledgerwood L SC-238 MW 7:30-9:50a 0251 B Vandette J SC-238 TTh 7:30-9:50a 0283 KCA Barclay G Kent TTh 8-10:20a 0255 C Ledgerwood L SC-238 TTh 1-3:30p 0259 D SC-238 MW 3-5:30p 0287 U SC-238 MW 6-8:20p

 AP 100

Human AP Survey

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a natural science requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 0263 DEA Pelletier D ARR ARR ONLINE 0267 DEB Pelletier D ARR ARR ONLINE 0271 DEC Pelletier D ARR ARR ONLINE Item #0271 opens after items #0263 and #0267 close.

Hybrid Course 4-8p 8a-12p

American Minority/Ethnic Studies AMES 100

AP 100

AP 100

Human AP Survey

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a natural science requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and at the Kent Campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $27.50.(NR) 0279 DED Ledgerwood L Kent TTh 10:30-11:50a

 AP 102

Bringing AP To Life

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 or MATH 072. Satisfies a natural science requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $40.00.(NR) 0291 DE Vieira R ARR ARR ONLINE

AP 103

Human AP Essentials 1

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101. Recommended: AP 100. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $18.00.(NR) 0295 A Harmon J SC-239 MW 8-9:50a Harmon J SC-230 T 8-9:50a 0299 B Harmon J SC-239 MW 8-9:50a Harmon J SC-230 Th 8-9:50a 0303 C Harmon J SC-239 MW 10-11:50a Harmon J SC-230 T 10-11:50a 0307 D Harmon J SC-239 MW 10-11:50a Harmon J SC-230 Th 10-11:50a 0311 E Vieira R SC-239 MW 1-2:50p Vieira R SC-230 T 1-2:50p 0315 F SC-239 MW 1-2:50p SC-230 Th 1-2:50p 0319 U Johnson T SC-239 TTh 6-7:50p Johnson T SC-230 T 8-9:50p 0323 V SC-239 TTh 6-7:50p SC-230 Th 8-9:50p

AP 210

Cadaver Anatomy

(1)

Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in AP 104 or BIOL& 242 or instructor’s permission; and eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a natural science requirement for AA degree. Class dates TBA. Additional fee of $150.00.(NR) 0327 A Pelletier D SC-235 F 9a-5p


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ANTH& 100

ART 106 Survey Of Anthropology

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $3.00.(NR) 0215 A Jacobs M SH-258 Daily 8-8:50a 0219 B Jacobs M SH-258 Daily 9-9:50a

 ANTH& 100

Survey Of Anthropology

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $38.00.(NR) 0227 DEA Jacobs M ARR ARR ONLINE

Hybrid Course ANTH& 100

Survey Of Anthropology

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $20.50.(NR) 0231 DEB Dixon C SH-258 MTWTh 10-10:50a 0235 DEC Dixon C SH-258 MW 1-2:50p

ANTH& 205

Biological Anthropology

(5)

Prerequisite: ANTH& 100 or BIOL& 100 or BIOL& 211 or instructor’s permission. Eligible for ENGL& 101 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a natural science or social science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $1.00.(NR) 0239 A Jacobs M SH-258 Daily 11-11:50a

Hybrid Course ANTH& 206

Cultural Anthropology

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science and the diversity course requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $17.50.(NR) 0243 DE Dixon C ZWC-107 MTWTh 9-9:50a

Art ART& 100

Art Appreciation

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. 0563 A SH-110 MW 3-5:15p 0567 B SH-110 TTh 3-5:15p 0571 C SH-110 TTh 6-8:15p

 ART& 100

Art Appreciation

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 0575 DE Metivier P ARR ARR ONLINE

ART 105

Beginning Drawing

(5)

Satisfies an activity or a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 0331 A Small C SH-370 MWF 9-10:50a 0335 B Small C SH-370 MWF 12-1:50p 0339 U SH-370 TTh 6-8:30p 0343 V SH-370 MW 6-8:30p

Intermediate Drawing

(5)

Prerequisite: ART 105 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies an activity or a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 0347 A Small C SH-370 TTh 9-11:45a

ART 107

Advanced Drawing

(5)

Prerequisite: ART 106 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies an activity or a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 0351 A Small C SH-370 TTh 9-11:45a

ART 109

Beginning Design

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. This course involves computer-based design instruction. Students must arrange own schedule in lab. Additional time required (4-6 hours per week). Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 0355 A Dillon S SH-273 MWF 9-9:50a 0359 B Dillon S SH-273 MWF 10-10:50a 0363 C Dillon S SH-273 MWF 11-11:50a 0367 D SH-273 TTh 4-5:30p 0371 E SH-273 MW 4-5:30p

ART 111

Painting 1

(5)

Satisfies an activity or a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 0375 A SH-372 TTh 9-11:45a 0379 B SH-372 TTh 12-2:45p 0383 U SH-372 TTh 6-8:30p

ART 112

Painting 2

(5)

Prerequisite: ART 111. Satisfies an activity or a humanities/fine arts/ English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 0387 A SH-372 TTh 9-11:45a 0391 B SH-372 TTh 12-2:45p 0395 U SH-372 TTh 6-8:30p

ART 113

Painting 3

(5)

Prerequisite: ART 112. Satisfies an activity or a humanities/fine arts/ English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 0399 A SH-372 TTh 9-11:45a 0403 B SH-372 TTh 12-2:45p 0407 U SH-372 TTh 6-8:30p

ART 114

Pottery 1

(5)

Satisfies an activity or a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Mandatory orientation session for daytime students on 09/19/16 or 09/20/16 at 9a, 11a or 1p in SH-170. Daytime students must choose one hour of lecture on Monday and Wednesday, times arranged by instructor. A minimum of one hour is required on Friday between 9a2p. Additional lab time available Tuesday and Thursday from 5-9p and Saturday from 8a-8p. Additional fee of $25.00.(NR) 0411 A Metivier P SH-170 ARR ARR 0415 AA Metivier P SH-170 ARR ARR This section is offered at 3 credits only. 0419 U SH-170 MW 7-9:50p 0423 UU SH-170 MW 7-9:50p This section is offered at 3 credits only.

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Fall Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations


Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

F Class offered this quarter only  Class offered online ART 115

Pottery 2

greenriver.edu (5)

Prerequisite: ART 114. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Open lab--arrange own schedule. Additional lab time available Tuesday and Thursday from 5-9p and Saturday from 8a-8p. Additional fee of $25.00.(NR) 0427 A Metivier P SH-170 ARR ARR 0431 AA Metivier P SH-170 ARR ARR This section is offered at 3 credits only. 0435 U SH-170 MW 7-9:50p 0439 UU SH-170 MW 7-9:50p This section is offered at 3 credits only.

ART 180

The Artist’s Portfolio

Credit classes

History Of Art 1

Ceramics 1

ASTR& 101

Ceramics 2

(5)

(5)

Prerequisite: ART 251 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/ fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Open lab--arrange own schedule. Additional lab time available Tuesday and Thursday from 5-9p and Saturday from 8a-8p. Additional fee of $25.00.(NR) 0487 A Metivier P SH-170 ARR ARR 0491 U SH-170 MW 7-9:50p

ART 253

Ceramics 3

(5)

For more information contact Dan Sorensen at ext. 4202 or Paul Mueller at ext. 2635.

ATECH 1081

ATECH 110

(5)

Advanced Painting 2

(5)

Prerequisite: ART 255. Satisfies an activity or a humanities/fine arts/ English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 0515 A SH-372 TTh 9-11:45a 0519 B SH-372 TTh 12-2:45p 0523 U SH-372 TTh 6-8:30p

14

(4)

(2)

Electrical/Electronics

(14)

Prerequisite: ATECH 110, eligible for READ 104 and instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $42.00.(NR) 0631 A Sorensen D TT-109 Daily 8a-12p 0635 B Lewis D TT-109 Daily 1-5p 0639 C Cooper D Jr TT-109 F 6-10p Cooper D Jr TT-109 SaSu 8a-5p 0643 U Sorensen D TT-109 TTh 5:30-10p This section is offered at 6 credits only. 0647 V Lewis D TT-109 MW 5:30-10p This section is offered at 6 credits only.

ATECH 112

Shop Procedures

Prerequisite: Eligible for READ 104 and instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $6.00.(NR) 0611 A Sorensen D TT-109 Daily 8a-12p 0615 B Lewis D TT-109 Daily 1-5p 0619 C Cooper D Jr TT-109 F 6-10p Cooper D Jr TT-109 SaSu 8a-5p 0623 U Sorensen D TT-109 TTh 5:30-10p 0627 V Lewis D TT-109 MW 5:30-10p

ATECH 111

ART 255

Prerequisite: ART 105, 109, 111 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies an activity or a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 0503 A SH-372 TTh 9-11:45a 0507 B SH-372 TTh 12-2:45p 0511 U SH-372 TTh 6-8:30p

St Emission Ctrl Spec 1

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. 0603 U TT-109 M 6-10p

ART 256

(5)

Automotive Technology

Prerequisite: ART 252 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/ fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Open lab--arrange own schedule. Additional lab time available Tuesday and Thursday from 5-9p and Saturday from 8a-8p. Additional fee of $25.00.(NR) 0495 A Metivier P SH-170 ARR ARR 0499 U SH-170 MW 7-9:50p

Advanced Painting 1

Intro To Astronomy

Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 or eligible for ENGL& 101. Not open to students who have taken ASTR& 100. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $5.00.(NR) 0583 A Narayanan A SC-120 MTThF 9-10:20a 0595 B Rush D SC-101 MW 3-6p 0591 D Rush D SC-101 TTh 3-6p 0599 U Rush D SC-101 TTh 6:30-9:30p 0587 V Rush D SC-101 MW 6:30-9:30p

(5)

Prerequisite: (ART 114 and 115) and ART 105 or 109, or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Open lab--arrange own schedule. Additional lab time available Tuesday and Thursday from 5-9p and Saturday from 8a-8p. Additional fee of $25.00.(NR) 0479 A Metivier P SH-170 ARR ARR 0483 U SH-170 MW 7-9:50p

ART 252

(5)

Astronomy

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 0467 DE ARR ARR ONLINE

ART 251

Advanced Painting 3

Prerequisite: ART 256. Satisfies an activity or a humanities/fine arts/ English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 0527 A SH-372 TTh 9-11:45a 0531 B SH-372 TTh 12-2:45p 0535 U SH-372 TTh 6-8:30p

(3)

Prerequisite: ART 105 and 109; or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $30.00.(NR) 0459 A Small C SH-273 TTh 12-1:50p Metivier P SH-273 TTh 12-1:50p Oliveira G SH-273 TTh 12-1:50p

F ART 212

ART 257

Engine Performance

(14)

Prerequisite: ATECH 110 and 111, eligible for READ 104 and instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $42.00.(NR) 0651 A Sorensen D TT-109 Daily 8a-12p 0655 B Lewis D TT-109 Daily 1-5p 0659 C Cooper D Jr TT-109 F 6-10p Cooper D Jr TT-109 SaSu 8a-5p 0663 U Sorensen D TT-109 TTh 5:30-10p This section is offered at 6 credits only. 0667 V Lewis D TT-109 MW 5:30-10p This section is offered at 6 credits only.


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ATECH 114

Manual Drive Trains/Axle

(6)

Suspension And Steering

(6)

Brakes

(7)

Prerequisite: ATECH 110, eligible for READ 104 and instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $21.00.(NR) 0751 A Sorensen D TT-109 Daily 8a-12p 0755 B Lewis D TT-109 Daily 1-5p 0759 C Cooper D Jr TT-109 F 6-10p Cooper D Jr TT-109 SaSu 8a-5p 0763 U Sorensen D TT-109 TTh 5:30-10p This section is offered at 6 credits only. 0767 V Lewis D TT-109 MW 5:30-10p This section is offered at 6 credits only.

ATECH 118

(8)

Prerequisite: ATECH 110, eligible for READ 104 and instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $18.00.(NR) 0731 A Sorensen D TT-109 Daily 8a-12p 0735 B Lewis D TT-109 Daily 1-5p 0739 C Cooper D Jr TT-109 F 6-10p Cooper D Jr TT-109 SaSu 8a-5p 0743 U Sorensen D TT-109 TTh 5:30-10p 0747 V Lewis D TT-109 MW 5:30-10p

ATECH 117

Auto Transmis/Trans-Axle

Prerequisite: ATECH 110, eligible for READ 104 and instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $18.00.(NR) 0711 A Sorensen D TT-109 Daily 8a-12p 0715 B Lewis D TT-109 Daily 1-5p 0719 C Cooper D Jr TT-109 F 6-10p Cooper D Jr TT-109 SaSu 8a-5p 0723 U Sorensen D TT-109 TTh 5:30-10p 0727 V Lewis D TT-109 MW 5:30-10p

ATECH 116

(3)

Prerequisite: ATECH 110, eligible for READ 104 and instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $24.00.(NR) 0691 A Sorensen D TT-109 Daily 8a-12p 0695 B Lewis D TT-109 Daily 1-5p 0699 C Cooper D Jr TT-109 F 6-10p Cooper D Jr TT-109 SaSu 8a-5p 0703 U Sorensen D TT-109 TTh 5:30-10p This section is offered at 6 credits only. 0707 V Lewis D TT-109 MW 5:30-10p This section is offered at 6 credits only.

ATECH 115

Engine Repair

Prerequisite: ATECH 110, eligible for READ 104 and instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $9.00.(NR) 0671 A Sorensen D TT-109 Daily 8a-12p 0675 B Lewis D TT-109 Daily 1-5p 0679 C Cooper D Jr TT-109 F 6-10p Cooper D Jr TT-109 SaSu 8a-5p 0683 U Sorensen D TT-109 TTh 5:30-10p 0687 V Lewis D TT-109 MW 5:30-10p

Heating And Air Conditio

ATECH 119

ATECH 150

Auto Leadership 2

(1)

Auto Leadership 3

(1)

Auto Leadership 4

(1)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. 0859 A Sorensen D TT-109 MTWTh 7:45-8a 0863 U Lewis D TT-109 MTWTh 5-5:15p 0867 V Lewis D TT-109 MTWTh 5:15-5:30p 0871 W Cooper D Jr TT-109 F 5-6p

ATECH 154

(1)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. 0843 A Sorensen D TT-109 MTWTh 7:45-8a 0847 U Lewis D TT-109 MTWTh 5-5:15p 0851 V Lewis D TT-109 MTWTh 5:15-5:30p 0855 W Cooper D Jr TT-109 F 5-6p

ATECH 153

Auto Leadership 1

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. 0827 A Sorensen D TT-109 MTWTh 7:45-8a 0831 U Lewis D TT-109 MTWTh 5-5:15p 0835 V Lewis D TT-109 MTWTh 5:15-5:30p 0839 W Cooper D Jr TT-109 F 5-6p

ATECH 152

(12)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. 0811 A Sorensen D TT-109 MTWTh 7:45-8a 0815 U Lewis D TT-109 MTWTh 5-5:15p 0819 V Lewis D TT-109 MTWTh 5:15-5:30p 0823 W Cooper D Jr TT-109 F 5-6p

ATECH 151

Special Shop Practice

Prerequisite: ATECH 110, eligible for READ 104 and instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $36.00.(NR) 0791 A Sorensen D TT-109 Daily 8a-12p 0795 B Lewis D TT-109 Daily 1-5p 0799 C Cooper D Jr TT-109 F 6-10p Cooper D Jr TT-109 SaSu 8a-5p 0803 U Sorensen D TT-109 TTh 5:30-10p This section is offered at 6 credits only. 0807 V Lewis D TT-109 MW 5:30-10p This section is offered at 6 credits only.

Auto Leadership 5

(1)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. 0875 A Sorensen D TT-109 MTWTh 7:45-8a 0879 U Lewis D TT-109 MTWTh 5-5:15p 0883 V Lewis D TT-109 MTWTh 5:15-5:30p 0887 W Cooper D Jr TT-109 F 5-6p

ATECH 194

Special Topics-Automotiv

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $12.00.(NR) 0895 U Sorensen D TT-109 TTh 0899 V Lewis D TT-109 MW

(6) 6-9p 6-9p

(6)

Prerequisite: ATECH 110, eligible for READ 104 and instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $18.00.(NR) 0771 A Sorensen D TT-109 Daily 8a-12p 0775 B Lewis D TT-109 Daily 1-5p 0779 C Cooper D Jr TT-109 F 6-10p Cooper D Jr TT-109 SaSu 8a-5p 0783 U Sorensen D TT-109 TTh 5:30-10p 0787 V Lewis D TT-109 MW 5:30-10p

15

Credit classes

ATECH 113

Fall Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations


Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

F Class offered this quarter only  Class offered online

greenriver.edu

Aviation/Flight  AVIA 101

Aviation Fundamentals

 AVIA 217 (5)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 0907 DE ARR ARR ONLINE

 AVIA 103

Avia History And Careers

Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 0911 DE Comollo G ARR ARR

AVIA 110

Airline Operation

Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 0919 A Boettger C Aub Center-310 Daily

 AVIA 110

Airline Operation

Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 0923 DE Vandette P ARR ARR

Credit classes

AVIA 111

Priv Pilot, Ground School

Additional fee of $400.00.(NR) 0927 A Aub Center-350 Daily 0939 U Cirino J Aub Center-370 TTh

 AVIA 112

Aircraft Systems

Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 0943 DEA Ward C ARR ARR

AVIA 123

Aviation Weather

Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 0955 A Aub Center-310 Daily 0959 U Boettger C Aub Center-310 MW

 AVIA 128

Basic Weather Observatio

Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 0967 DEA Snyder M ARR ARR

 AVIA 190

FAA Next Gen

(5) ONLINE

(5) 11-11:50a

(5) ONLINE

(5) 8-8:50a 6-8:20p

(5) ONLINE

(5) 9-9:50a 4-6:20p

(3) ONLINE

(5)

Prerequisite: AVIA 111, 112 and 123; or instructor’s permission. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 0995 DE Comollo G ARR ARR ONLINE

 AVIA 210

Aviation And The Law

(5)

Prerequisite: AVIA 111 or instructor’s permission. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 1003 DE Ward C ARR ARR ONLINE

AVIA 211

Aerodynamics For Pilots

Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 1007 A Comollo G Aub Center-370 TTh

 AVIA 212

Avia Safety/Human Factor

(5) 10a-12:30p

(5)

Prerequisite: AVIA 111 and AVIA 123; or instructor’s permission. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 1011 DE Vandette P ARR ARR ONLINE

 AVIA 214

Airport Mgmt And Oper

(5)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 1015 DE Boettger C ARR ARR ONLINE

AVIA 216

Basic Instr Pilot, Grnd

(5)

Prerequisite: AVIA 111 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $400.00.(NR) 1019 A Aub Center-350 MW 9:30-11:50a

16

Aviation Security

Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 1027 DE Vandette P ARR ARR

AVIA 218

Coml Pilot Ground School

(5) ONLINE

(5)

Prerequisite: AVIA 111 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $200.00.(NR) 1031 U Cathers D Aub Center-350 MW 6-8:30p

AVIA 265

Airline Dispatch

(10)

Prerequisite: (AVIA 270 or 281) and AVIA 123 and AVIA 216; or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $90.00.(NR) 1075 A Comollo G Aub Center-370 Daily 7:30-9:30a

AVIA 281

Air Traffic Control 1

(5)

Prerequisite: AVIA 216 or concurrent enrollment or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $100.00.(NR) 1099 A Wolfe J Aub Center-320 TTh 9:30-11:50a 1097 B Wolfe J Aub Center-320 TTh 1-3:20p

AVIA 300

CFI Ground School

(5)

Prerequisite: AVIA 111, 123, 216 and 218; or instructor’s permission. This BAS class follows a separate tuition schedule. See greenriver.edu/ tuition for more information. Additional fee of $180.00.(NR) 1103 A Aub Center-320 MW 1-3:20p

AVIA 360

Gen Avia Operations Mgmt

(5)

Prerequisite: AVIA 111 and AVIA 218; or instructor’s permission. This BAS class follows a separate tuition schedule. See greenriver.edu/tuition for more information. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 1101 A Vandette P ARR ARR ARR

 AVIA 370

Aviation Safety Mgmt

(5)

This BAS class follows a separate tuition schedule. See greenriver.edu/ tuition for more information. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 1107 DE ARR ARR ONLINE

Flight

For Flight course information, see the Green River College Class Schedule Addendum at greenriver.edu/academics/class-schedule.htm. All flight courses require additional flight fees. Green River College partners with local flight schools to complete flight training. The number of training hours and costs vary for each flight course depending on which school the student selects. Students must also obtain a FAA Class II Medical Certificate before entering the program (Class I for ATP License).


greenriver.edu Transitional Studies, HS 21+ and GED® Preparation Classes

Hybrid Course

Students who want to improve their basic math, reading, and writing skills for high school diploma credit, college readiness, or to prepare for the GED® test are encouraged to enroll in Transitional Studies (TS) or Basic Studies (Basic) classes. Green River offers TS and Basic classes that prepare students for college and careers. Registration is easy! Simply take our placement tests to assess your skills before registering. A $25 tuition fee will be charged for any combination of Transitional Studies/Basic Skills classes each quarter. Tuition waivers available for those who qualify.

(5)

Prerequisite: Appropriate placement score on CASAS math assessment and Instructor’s permission. $25 tuition will be charged for any combination of BASIC classes each quarter. This is a pass/no credit course. 1323 A RLC-179 Daily 10-10:50a RLC-141 F 10-10:50a 1331 KCA Kent MW 11:30a-1:50p 1327 B RLC-179 MTWTh 1-2:05p 1335 U RLC-179 MTWTh 5:30-6:40p

Biology BIOL& 100

Survey Of Biology

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 1603 A Najera D SC-239 TTh 7:30-9:20a Najera D SC-255 W 7:30-9:20a 1607 B Brumbaugh S SC-240 M 10-10:50a Brumbaugh S SC-240 WF 10-11:30a Brumbaugh S SC-255 T 10-11:50a 1611 C Brumbaugh S SC-240 M 10-10:50a Brumbaugh S SC-240 WF 10-11:30a Brumbaugh S SC-255 Th 10-11:50a 1615 D Bodas K SC-240 TTh 10-11:50a Bodas K SC-255 W 10-11:50a 1631 E Bodas K SC-240 TTh 10-11:50a Bodas K SC-255 F 10-11:50a 1635 F Rosen M SC-240 M 1-1:50p Rosen M SC-240 WF 1-2:30p Rosen M SC-255 T 1-2:50p 1639 G Rosen M SC-240 M 1-1:50p Rosen M SC-240 WF 1-2:30p Rosen M SC-255 Th 1-2:50p 1643 U Kezele P SC-240 TTh 4-6:45p Kezele P SC-255 TTh 4-6:45p 1647 V Kezele P SC-240 TTh 7-9:45p Kezele P SC-255 TTh 7-9:45p

 BIOL& 100

Survey Of Biology

Survey Of Biology

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and at the Kent Campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $27.50.(NR) 1627 DEC Lane N Kent T 10:30-11:30a Lane N Kent Th 10:30a-12:30p

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 1619 DEA McVay M ARR ARR ONLINE 1623 DEB McVay M ARR ARR ONLINE

BIOL 103

Introduction To Botany

(5)

Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $27.50.(NR) 1579 DE Bodas K SC-255 M 10a-1p

BIOL 110

Northwest Ecology

(5)

Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $8.00.(NR) 1583 A Najera D SC-238 MW 10-11:50a Najera D SC-244 T 10-11:50a 1587 B Najera D SC-238 MW 10-11:50a Najera D SC-244 Th 10-11:50a 1591 EU Galbreath C Enumclaw MW 4-6:45p

BIOL& 160

General Biology With Lab

(5)

Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 with a grade of 2.0 or higher. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $25.00.(NR) 1663 KCA Vieira R Kent MWTh 8-10a 1667 KCB Vieira R Kent MTW 8-10a 1651 A Brumbaugh S SC-240 M 2-2:50p Brumbaugh S SC-240 TTh 1-2:50p Brumbaugh S SC-255 W 1-2:50p 1655 B Brumbaugh S SC-240 M 2-2:50p Brumbaugh S SC-240 TTh 1-2:50p Brumbaugh S SC-255 F 1-2:50p

Hybrid Course BIOL& 160

General Biology With Lab

(5)

Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 with a grade of 2.0 or higher. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 1659 DE Pelletier D SC-240 M 3-5:30p Pelletier D SC-255 W 3-5p

BIOL& 211

Majors Cellular

(6)

Prerequisite: CHEM& 131 or CHEM& 163; and ENGL& 101 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $17.00.(NR) 1671 A Rosen M SC-240 MT 8-9:50a Rosen M SC-243 W 8-9:50a Rosen M SC-240 F 8-8:50a 1675 B Rosen M SC-240 MT 8-9:50a Rosen M SC-243 Th 8-9:50a Rosen M SC-240 F 8-8:50a

17

Credit classes

Adult Basic Math

BIOL& 100

Hybrid Course

Kent, Auburn Center and main campus students should call (253) 8339111, ext. 2315, to schedule a time to take the assessment and register. Enumclaw students should call (253) 288-3400.

BASIC 053

Fall Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations


Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

F Class offered this quarter only  Class offered online BIOL& 241

Human AP 1

greenriver.edu (5)

Prerequisite: AP 104 or BIOL& 160 or BIOL& 211 with a minimum grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission and eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 1683 A Vandette J SC-239 TTh 10-11:30a Vandette J SC-235 MW 8-9:50a 1687 B Vandette J SC-239 TTh 10-11:30a Vandette J SC-235 MW 10-11:50a 1691 C Pelletier D SC-238 MW 1-2:30p Pelletier D SC-235 TTh 10-11:50a 1695 D Pelletier D SC-238 MW 1-2:30p Pelletier D SC-235 TTh 1-2:50p 1699 U Sapunar S SC-239 MW 6-7:30p Sapunar S SC-235 MW 7:40-9:30p 1703 V Sapunar S SC-239 MW 6-7:30p Sapunar S SC-235 MW 4-5:50p

Credit classes

Business Administration  B A 145

Business Computation

Business Marketing And Entrepreneurship Introduction To Business

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099. Writing skills are recommended. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver. edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 2199 DEA Perlot J ARR ARR ONLINE 2203 DEB Perlot J ARR ARR ONLINE

Introduction To Business

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099. Writing skills are recommended. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $17.50.(NR) 2211 DEC ZWC-104 TTh 9-10:30a 2215 DED SH-258 TTh 1-2:30p

 BUS 103

Business Leadership

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 2095 DEA Broxholm T ARR ARR ONLINE

Hybrid Course BUS 103

Business Leadership

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and at the Kent Campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $17.50.(NR) 2099 DEU Broxholm T Kent M 5-6:20p

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Marketing Fundamentals

(5)

Hybrid courses require attendance online and at the Kent Campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $17.50.(NR) 2103 DE Amador R Kent W 5-6:20p

 BUS 164

Entrepreneurship

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 2111 DE Amador R ARR ARR ONLINE

 BUS 166

Human Relations

Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 2119 DE Zorzi N ARR ARR

(5) ONLINE

Hybrid Course Human Relations

(5)

Hybrid courses require attendance online and at the Kent Campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $17.50.(NR) 2115 DEU Zorzi N Kent M 6:30-8p

 BUS 173

Basic Financial Mgmt

(5)

Prerequisite: B A 145 or instructor’s permission. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 2123 DE Amador R ARR ARR ONLINE

 BUS 175

Career Management

Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $40.00.(NR) 2127 DE Zorzi N ARR ARR

(1) ONLINE

Hybrid Course BUS 181

Hybrid Course BUS& 101

BUS 121

BUS 166 (5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for MATH 062 or BTAC 110 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 1195 DE Davis S ARR ARR ONLINE

 BUS& 101

Hybrid Course

Intro-International Bus

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $17.50.(NR) 2131 DE Zorzi N Kent W 6:30-8p

BUS& 201

Business Law

(5)

Prerequisite: READ 094 or eligible for READ 104; and POLS& 200 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $5.00.(NR) 2219 A Primiani F RLC-131 Daily 9-9:50a 2223 B Primiani F RLC-131 Daily 9-9:50a 2227 U Jarmon A SH-258 TTh 6:30-8:50p

 BUS 258

Prin Mgmt/Supervision

(5)

Prerequisite: BUS 103; and (BUS 164 or BUS& 101); or instructor’s permission. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 2143 DE Amador R ARR ARR ONLINE

Hybrid Course BUS 300

Entrepreneur Leadership

(5)

Prerequisite: Admission into the BAS in Marketing and Entrepreneurship program; and BUS 121; and (BUS& 101 or BUS 181); and (MATH& 141 or MATH 147); or instructor’s permission. This BAS class follows a separate tuition schedule. See greenriver.edu/tuition for more information. Hybrid courses require attendance online and at the Kent Campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $17.50.(NR) 2157 DE Broxholm T Kent T 7:10-8:50p


greenriver.edu

Business Technology Administrative Careers Entrepreneurial Finance

(5)

Prerequisite: Admission into the BAS in Marketing and Entrepreneurship program and MATH& 141 or MATH 147; or instructor’s permission. Strongly recommended: ACCT 110 or ACCT& 201. This BAS class follows a separate tuition schedule. See greenriver.edu/tuition. Hybrid courses require attendance online and at the Kent Campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $17.50.(NR) 2159 DEU Pizelo P Kent Th 5-6:50p 2163 DEV Pizelo P Kent Th 7:10-8:50p

Hybrid Course BUS 390

Digital Marketing

(5)

Prerequisite: Admission into the BAS in Marketing and Entrepreneurship program and BUS 335; or instructor’s permission. Recommended: BUS 121. This BAS class follows a separate tuition schedule. See greenriver. edu/tuition for more information. Hybrid courses require attendance online and at the Kent Campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $100.00.(NR) 2179 DEU Perlot J Kent Th 5-6:50p

Strategic Mktg And Mgmt

(5)

Prerequisite: Admission into the BAS in Marketing and Entrepreneurship program and BUS 310, 335, 344, 350, 365 and 390; or instructor’s permission. Recommended: BUS 258. This BAS class follows a separate tuition schedule. See greenriver.edu/tuition for more info. Hybrid courses require attendance online and at the Kent Campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $17.50.(NR) 2181 DEU Walsh K Kent T 5-6:50p

Personal & Prof Branding

(5)

Prerequisite: Admission into a Bachelor’s program and instructor’s permission. This BAS class follows a separate tuition schedule. See greenriver.edu/tuition for more information. Hybrid courses require attendance online and at the Kent Campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $17.50.(NR) 2187 DEU Broxholm T Kent T 5-6:50p

 BUS 401

Spec Topics 1:Mktg/Entre

(2)

Prerequisite: Admission into the BAS in Marketing and Entrepreneurship program; or instructor’s permission. This BAS class follows a separate tuition schedule. See greenriver.edu/tuition for more information. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $14.00.(NR) 2189 DE ARR ARR ONLINE

Hybrid Course BUS 460

Venture Launch 1

(5)

Prerequisite: Admission into the BAS in Marketing and Entrepreneurship program and BUS 395; or instructor’s permission. This BAS class follows a separate tuition schedule. See greenriver.edu/tuition for more information. Hybrid courses require attendance online and at the Kent Campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $100.00.(NR) 2191 DEU Amador R Kent T 7:10-8:50p

Fundamentals/Computers

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for READ 094. Additional fee of $30.00.(NR) 1715 A McCabe T SH-154 MTWTh 10-11:05a 1719 B Slettvet J SH-352 MTWTh 11:15a-12:20p 1739 KCU Kent MW 4-6:20p

 BTAC 100

Fundamentals/Computers

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for READ 094. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 1723 DEA Slettvet J ARR ARR ONLINE 1727 DEB Simpson L ARR ARR ONLINE

BTAC 101

Beginning Keyboarding

Additional fee of $30.00.(NR) 1767 A Sharpe S HL-147 1775 KCU Kent

(5) MTWTh MW

10-11:05a 6:30-8:50p

Hybrid Course Beginning Keyboarding

(5)

Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 1763 DE McCabe T HL-149 MTTh 8:45-9:50a

BTAC 102

Intermediate Keyboarding

(5)

Prerequisite: BTAC 101 or equivalent with a grade of 2.0 or higher. Recommended: BTAC 112 and a minimum typing speed of 30wpm. Additional fee of $30.00.(NR) 1779 A HL-147 MTWTh 11:15a-12:20p 1787 KCU Kent MW 6:30-8:50p

BTAC 103

Hybrid Course BUS 400

BTAC 100

BTAC 101

Hybrid Course BUS 395

For more information contact Julie Slettvet at ext. 4687, Lea Ann Simpson at ext. 4393, Tonya McCabe at ext. 4783, or Shannon Sharpe at ext. 4378.

Advanced Keyboarding

(5)

Prerequisite: BTAC 102 or equivalent; and BTAC 112 with a grade of 2.0 or higher. A typing speed of 30 wpm is recommended. Additional fee of $30.00.(NR) 1791 A HL-147 MTWTh 11:15a-12:20p 1799 KCU Kent MW 6:30-8:50p

BTAC 107

Typing Speed/Accuracy 1

(4)

Recommended: Knowledge of the keyboard and typing speed of 30 wpm. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $15.00.(NR) 1803 A HL-147 MTWTh 11:15a-12:20p 1811 KCU Kent MW 6:30-8:50p

BTAC 108

Typing Speed/Accuracy 2

(4)

Prerequisite: BTAC 107. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $15.00.(NR) 1815 A HL-147 MTWTh 11:15a-12:20p 1823 KCU Kent MW 6:30-8:50p

 BTAC 110

Business Math Applic

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for MATH 072. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 1835 DE Simpson L ARR ARR ONLINE

BTAC 111

Intro-Computer Literacy

(5)

Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. Recommend: Eligible for READ 094. Additional fee of $15.00.(NR) 1839 A Sharpe S SH-154 MTWTh 11:15a-12:35p Late start class begins 10/03/16.

19

Credit classes

Hybrid Course BUS 344

Fall Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations


Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

F Class offered this quarter only  Class offered online

greenriver.edu  BTAC 163

Hybrid Course BTAC 112

Beginning Word

(5)

Prerequisite: BTAC 100 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 1843 DE SH-350 MTTh 7:30-8:35a

 BTAC 130

Business Correspondence

(5)

Advanced Excel

(5)

Prerequisite: BTAC 162 or instructor’s permission. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 1935 DEB Simpson L ARR ARR ONLINE

BTAC 175

Instructor Assistant

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. 2007 A Slettvet J SH-220 ARR

BTAC 201

Legal Prod Keyboarding

(5) ARR

(5)

Prerequisite: BTAC 100 with a grade of 2.0 or higher and eligible for ENGL 099 and READ 104; or instructor’s permission. Visit: greenriver. edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 1895 DE Slettvet J ARR ARR ONLINE

Prerequisite: BTAC 103 or equivalent, and BTAC 109 and BTAC 112 with a grade of 2.0 or higher. A minimum typing speed of 60 wpm is recommended. Additional fee of $30.00.(NR) 2051 A HL-147 MTWTh 11:15a-12:20p

BTAC 132

BTAC 202

Bus Comm Applications

(5)

Prerequisite: BTAC 100 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $30.00.(NR) 1899 A Slettvet J SH-352 MTWTh 8:45-9:50a

Credit classes

Hybrid Course FBTAC 142

Health Info/Delivery Sys

(5)

Prerequisite: AP 100 or AP 103, BTAC 100 and BTAC 125, all with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 1903 DE Sharpe S SH-350 MW 11:15a-12:20p

FBTAC 145

Intro To ICD Coding

(5)

Prerequisite: AP 100, BTAC 125, BTAC 126 and BTAC 127, all with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 1907 A Sharpe S SH-154 MTWTh 1-2:05p

 BTAC 150

Introduction To Windows

(5)

Prerequisite: BTAC 100 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 1911 DE Simpson L ARR ARR ONLINE

Hybrid Course BTAC 162

Introduction To Excel

(5)

 BTAC 162

Introduction To Excel

(5)

Prerequisite: BTAC 100 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 1927 DEB Simpson L ARR ARR ONLINE

Hybrid Course BTAC 163

(5)

Prerequisite: BTAC 162 or instructor’s permission. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 1939 DEA Simpson L SH-350 TTh 10-11:50a

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FBTAC 214

Intro To Info Security

(5)

Prerequisite: BTAC 100 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Recommended: BTAC 150 or IT 101. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $32.50.(NR) 2063 DE McCabe T SH-154 W 8:45-9:50a

BTAC 216

Computer Support Intern1

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. 2067 A Slettvet J SH-220 ARR

BTAC 217

Computer Support Intern2

Prerequisite: BTAC 216 and instructor’s permission. 2071 A Slettvet J SH-220 ARR

(5) ARR

(5) ARR

Hybrid Course Medical Office Procedure

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for READ 104. Additional lab time required--11 hours minimum. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 2079 DE Sharpe S SH-350 MW 10-11:05a

Hybrid Course BTAC 255

Advanced Word

(5)

Prerequisite: BTAC 112 or instructor’s permission. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 2083 DE SH-350 MTTh 7:30-8:35a

BTAC 266 Advanced Excel

(5)

Hybrid Course

BTAC 245

Prerequisite: BTAC 100 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 1923 DEA Simpson L SH-350 TTh 10-11:50a

Medical Prod Keyboarding

Prerequisite: BTAC 102, BTAC 112 and BTAC 125, all with a grade of 2.0 or higher. A minimum typing speed of 60 wpm is recommended. Additional lab time required - 11 hours minimum. Additional fee of $30.00.(NR) 2055 A HL-147 MTWTh 11:15a-12:20p

Inside Microsoft Office

(5)

Prerequisite: BTAC 100 or IT 101 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Recommended: BTAC 112, 132, 150, 162 and 185. Additional fee of $30.00.(NR) 2091 A Slettvet J SH-352 MTWTh 10-11:05a


greenriver.edu

For more information contact faculty advisor Glen Martin at ext. 4208 or educational planner Paul Mueller at ext.2635.

CARP 113

Res Found/Floor Framing

(13)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $40.00.(NR) 2231 A Martin G TT-302 MTWTh 7:30a-12:30p Martin G TT-302 MTWTh 7:30a-12:30p 2233 U TT-302 MTThF 5-10p

CARP 161

Residential Print Read

Additional fee of $25.00.(NR) 2239 A Martin G TT-302 2241 B TT-302

(3) MT MT

1-2:30p 3-4:30p

Hybrid Courses

Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning.

CARP 162

Stair Construction

Additional fee of $70.00.(NR) 2243 DEU Hoffman B TT-302

CARP 163

TT-302

CARP 170

CARP 172

W

W

5-9p

(4) W

5-9p

(6) W

Adv Finish Carpentry

Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 2275 DEU Hoffman B TT-302

5-9p

(4)

Adv Cabinet/Wood Fab

Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 2271 DEU Hoffman B TT-302

5-9p

(4)

Advanced Roof Framing

Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 2267 DEU Hoffman B TT-302

CARP 171

W

Advanced Stair Constr

Additional fee of $60.00.(NR) 2263 DEU Hoffman B TT-302

5-9p

(4)

Basic Cabinet Constr

ional fee of $65.00.(NR) 2251 DEU Hoffman B

CARP 169

W

Rafters Level 1

Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 2247 DEU Hoffman B TT-302

CARP 164

(4)

5-9p

(4) W

5-9p

Chemistry CHEM& 121

Intro To Chemistry

(5)

Prerequisite: MATH 072 or eligible for MATH 097; and eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $22.00.(NR) 2311 A Stokes E SC-101 MTh 8-8:50a Stokes E SC-101 T 8-9:50a Stokes E SC-315 F 8-9:50a 2327 B Stokes E SC-101 MTh 8-8:50a Stokes E SC-101 T 8-9:50a Stokes E SC-315 W 8-9:50a 2323 C Bierbaum A SC-318 MF 9-9:50a Bierbaum A SC-318 T 8-9:50a Bierbaum A SC-315 Th 8-9:50a 2315 D Stokes E SC-101 MF 10-10:50a Stokes E SC-101 W 10-11:50a Stokes E SC-315 Th 10-11:50a 2319 E Bierbaum A SC-318 MTh 11-11:50a Bierbaum A SC-318 T 10-11:50a Bierbaum A SC-315 F 10-11:50a

CHEM& 131

Intro-Organic/Biochem

(5)

Prerequisite: CHEM& 121 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; and eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 2331 A Lucas S SC-318 MTh 8-8:50a Lucas S SC-318 W 8-9:50a Lucas S SC-315 T 8-9:50a 2335 B Lucas S SC-318 W 10-11:50a Lucas S SC-318 MTh 10-10:50a Lucas S SC-315 T 10-11:50a

CHEM& 140

General Chem Prep W/Lab

(6)

Prerequisite: A grade of 2.0 or higher in MATH 072 or one year high school algebra, or concurrent enrollment in MATH 097 or eligible for MATH& 141 or higher; and eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 2339 A SC-323 MW 8:30-9:50a SC-316 TTh 8-9:50a SC-323 TTh 8-9:50a 2343 B SC-323 MW 10-11:20a SC-316 TTh 10-11:50a SC-323 TTh 10-11:50a 2347 C Lucas S SC-318 MW 1-2:20p Lucas S SC-316 TTh 1-2:50p Lucas S SC-318 TTh 1-2:50p 2355 D SC-318 MW 3-4:20p SC-316 TTh 3-4:50p SC-318 TTh 3-4:50p 2359 U Ruppender N SC-318 TTh 6-9:30p Ruppender N SC-316 TTh 6-9:30p

21

Credit classes

Carpentry Technology

Fall Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations


Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

F Class offered this quarter only  Class offered online CHEM& 161

General Chem W/Lab I

greenriver.edu

Credit classes

CHEM& 162

General Chem W/Lab II

(6)

Prerequisite: A grade of 2.0 in CHEM& 161 and concurrent enrollment in MATH& 142 or MATH 106, or eligible for MATH& 151 or higher; or instructor’s permission; and eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 2391 A Lundquist W SC-305 TTh 8-9:20a Lundquist W SC-316 WF 8-9:50a Lundquist W SC-305 WF 8-9:50a 2395 B Lundquist W SC-305 TTh 10-11:20a Lundquist W SC-316 WF 10-11:50a Lundquist W SC-305 WF 10-11:50a

CHEM& 163

General Chem W/Lab III

(6)

Prerequisite: A grade of 2.0 or higher in CHEM& 162 and eligible for MATH& 151 or higher; or instructor’s permission; and eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 2397 A Lundquist W SC-305 WF 1-2:50p Lundquist W SC-305 TTh 1-2:20p Lundquist W SC-316 WF 1-2:50p

CHEM& 261

Organic Chem W/Lab I

(6)

Prerequisite: CHEM& 163 and eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 2399 A Duldulao N SC-101 TTh 10-11:50a Duldulao N SC-305 M 10-11:50a Duldulao N SC-315 MW 10-11:50a 2403 B Duldulao N SC-322 TTh 1-2:50p Duldulao N SC-322 M 1-2:50p Duldulao N SC-315 MW 1-2:50p 2407 C Duldulao N SC-322 TTh 3-4:50p Duldulao N SC-315 MW 3-4:50p Duldulao N SC-322 M 3-4:50p

22

Communication Studies

(6)

Prerequisite: A grade of 2.0 or higher in CHEM& 140 or a one-year high school course, and concurrent enrollment in MATH& 141, or eligible for MATH& 142 or higher, or instructor’s permission; and eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 2367 A Critchlow S SC-322 MTTh 9-9:50a Critchlow S SC-308 WF 8-9:50a Critchlow S SC-322 WF 8-9:50a 2371 B Critchlow S SC-322 MTTh 9-9:50a Critchlow S SC-308 WF 2-3:50p Critchlow S SC-322 WF 2-3:50p 2375 C Critchlow S SC-322 MTTh 11-11:50a Critchlow S SC-308 WF 10-11:50a Critchlow S SC-322 WF 10-11:50a 2363 D Ansell J SC-323 MWF 1-1:50p Ansell J SC-308 TTh 1-2:50p Ansell J SC-323 TTh 1-2:50p 2379 E Ansell J SC-323 MWF 3-3:50p Ansell J SC-308 TTh 3-4:50p Ansell J SC-323 TTh 3-4:50p 2383 F SC-305 MTTh 4-4:50p SC-308 WF 4-5:50p SC-305 WF 4-5:50p 2387 U Kramer C SC-323 MW 6-9:30p Kramer C SC-308 MW 6-9:30p

CMST 100

Fund-Oral Communication

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099, or completion or concurrent enrollment in ENGL 109; or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $3.00.(NR) 2479 A Fellers C SH-152 Daily 10-10:50a 2483 B Fellers C SH-258 Daily 12-12:50p

CMST& 102

Intro To Mass Media

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. 2549 EA Enumclaw TThF 7:30-9:30a Friday class meets on 09/23/16, 10/07/16, 10/21/16, 11/04/16 and 12/02/16. 2547 A Knowlton J CH-312 Daily 10-10:50a

 CMST& 102

Intro To Mass Media

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 2551 DEA Knowlton J ARR ARR ONLINE 2555 DEB Knowlton J ARR ARR ONLINE

CMST& 210

Interpersonal Comm

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or completion of ENGL 109; or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $3.00.(NR) 2559 A Voso L CH-214 Daily 7-7:50a 2563 B Pellham P CH-205 Daily 9-9:50a 2561 KCA Mattson R Kent TTh 10:30a-12:50p 2583 KCU Carrier R Kent MW 6:30-8:50p

 CMST& 210

Interpersonal Comm

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or completion of ENGL 109; or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $38.00.(NR) 2567 DEA Fellers C ARR ARR ONLINE

Hybrid Course CMST& 210

Interpersonal Comm

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or completion of ENGL 109; or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $20.50. (NR) 2571 DEB Reiser M CH-205 MTWTh 8-8:50a 2575 DEC Neffenger C CH-205 W 1:30-4:30p

Learning Community

Take CMST 212 and ENGL 127 together and focus on the portrayal of notable crime cases in the media. We will analyze the popular podcast Serial, a real life murder mystery series that presents the listener with the case of Adnan Syed, who was accused and convicted of killing his ex-girlfriend, Hae Min Lee. Other infamous cases will be studied to show the power of persuasion, propaganda and argumentation. This learning community combines CMST 212 Persuasion & Propaganda and ENGL 127 Writing: Social Sciences for 10 credits.

CMST 212

Persuasion & Propaganda

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $3.00.(NR) 2503 LCA Reiser M CH-205 Daily 10-10:50a Must also register for ENGL 127 LCA, item #3655.


greenriver.edu Comm For Bus/Professions

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 2507 DE Denton K ARR ARR ONLINE

CMST& 220

Public Speaking

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or completion of ENGL 109; or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $5.00.(NR) 2617 EA Enumclaw MWF 7:30-9:30a Friday class meets on 09/30/16, 10/14/16, 10/28/16 and 11/18/16. 2591 A Voso L CH-214 Daily 8-8:50a 2631 KCA Han H Kent MW 8-10:20a 2595 B Reiser M SH-159 Daily 9-9:50a 2599 C Pellham P SH-159 Daily 10-10:50a 2623 KCB Kent MW 10:30a-12:50p 2627 KCC Mattson R Kent MW 1-3:20p 2607 E Denton K SH-159 MW 1:30-3:50p 2615 F Denton K SH-259 TTh 2:20-4:40p 2639 U Rutherford K SH-159 MW 4:45-7:05p 2643 V Carrier R SH-159 TTh 7:15-9:35p

Public Speaking

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or completion of ENGL 109; or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $22.50.(NR) 2603 DEA Voso L HL-150 MTWTh 11-11:50a 2611 DEB Neffenger C SH-259 T 5:30-9:30p

CMST 221

Public Speaking Module

(2)

Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in CMST 100, CMST& 220 or CMST& 230 or instructor’s permission for other courses requiring oral presentations. Additional fee of $3.00.(NR) 2511 A Reiser M ARR ARR ARR

CMST& 230

Small Group Comm

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $3.00.(NR) 2649 A Denton K SH-159 Daily 11-11:50a 2651 B Neffenger C SH-159 TTh 1:30-3:50p 2647 U Mattson R Kent MW 4-6:20p

Hybrid Course CMST& 230

(5)

Intercultural Comm

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English and the diversity course requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $3.00.(NR) 2519 A Carrier R SH-252 TTh 2-4:20p

Intercultural Comm

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement and the diversity course requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $20.50. (NR) 2523 DEA Scott W CH-214 MTWTh 9-9:50a

Computer Reporting Technologies

Note: Online and Hybrid courses have a user fee per course year.

CRPT 080

Machine Shorthand Lab

Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in CRPT 094-099. 2663 U Ladderud B SH-358 MW

CRPT 0901

Mach Shrthnd Theory-Beg

(1) 5:30-6:30p

(4)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 2671 U Ladderud B SH-359 MW 5:30-7:30p

Mach Shrthnd Theory-Beg

(4)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 2667 DE Ladderud B ARR ARR ONLINE

CRPT 0902

Mach Shrthnd Theory-Int

Prerequisite: CRPT 090.1. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 2679 U Ladderud B SH-359 MW

 CRPT 0902

Mach Shrthnd Theory-Int

(4) 5:30-7:30p

(4)

Prerequisite: CRPT 090.1. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 2675 DE Ladderud B ARR ARR ONLINE

CRPT 091

Mach Shrthnd Theory-Adv

(4)

Prerequisite: CRPT 090.2 or CRPT 100.1. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 2687 U Ladderud B SH-359 MW 5:30-7:30p

 CRPT 091

Mach Shrthnd Theory-Adv

(4)

Prerequisite: CRPT 090.2 or CRPT 100.1. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 2683 DE Ladderud B ARR ARR ONLINE

CRPT 092 Small Group Comm

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $20.50.(NR) 2655 DE Scott W CH-207 MTWTh 11-11:50a

CMST 238

CMST 238

 CRPT 0901

Hybrid Course CMST& 220

Hybrid Course

Machine Shorthand 40Wpm

(4)

Prerequisite: CRPT 091 or 100.2. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 2695 U Ladderud B SH-354 MW 5:30-7:30p

 CRPT 092

Machine Shorthand 40Wpm

(4)

Prerequisite: CRPT 091 or 100.2. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 2691 DE Ladderud B ARR ARR ONLINE

CRPT 093

Machine Shorthand 60Wpm

(4)

Prerequisite: CRPT 092 or 101.1. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 2703 U Ladderud B SH-354 MW 5:30-7:30p

23

Credit classes

 CMST 217

Fall Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations


Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

F Class offered this quarter only  Class offered online  CRPT 093

Machine Shorthand 60Wpm

greenriver.edu (4)

Prerequisite: CRPT 092 or 101.1. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 2699 DE Ladderud B ARR ARR ONLINE

CRPT 094

Machine Shorthand 80Wpm

(6)

Prerequisite: CRPT 093 or 101.2, and concurrent enrollment in CRPT 080. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 2711 U Ladderud B SH-358 MW 5:30-8:30p

 CRPT 094

Machine Shorthand 80Wpm

(6)

Prerequisite: CRPT 093 or 101.2, and concurrent enrollment in CRPT 080. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 2707 DE Ladderud B ARR ARR ONLINE

CRPT 095

Machine Shorthand 100Wpm

(6)

Credit classes

Prerequisite: CRPT 094 or 102, and concurrent enrollment in CRPT 080. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 2715 U Ladderud B SH-358 MW 5:30-8:30p Ladderud B SH-359 MW 5:30-8:30p

CRPT 096

Machine Shorthand 120Wpm

(6)

Prerequisite: CRPT 095 or 133, and concurrent enrollment in CRPT 080. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 2719 U Ladderud B SH-358 MW 5:30-8:30p Ladderud B SH-354 MW 5:30-8:30p

CRPT 1001

Mach Shorthand Theory 1

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 2735 A Rikansrud J SH-359 Daily

 CRPT 1001

Mach Shorthand Theory 1

(10) 12-2p

(10)

Mach Shorthand Theory 2

Prerequisite: CRPT 100.1. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 2743 A Rikansrud J SH-359 Daily

 CRPT 1002

Mach Shorthand Theory 2

(10) 12-2p

(10)

Prerequisite: CRPT 100.1. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 2747 DE Rikansrud J ARR ARR ONLINE

CRPT 1011

Mach Shorthand Theory 3

Prerequisite: CRPT 100.2. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 2751 A Rikansrud J SH-354 Daily

 CRPT 1011

Mach Shorthand Theory 3

(10) 12-2p

(10)

Prerequisite: CRPT 100.2. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 2755 DE Rikansrud J ARR ARR ONLINE

CRPT 1012

Machine Shorthand 60Wpm

(10)

Prerequisite: CRPT 101.1 or instructor’s permission, and concurrent enrollment in CRPT 080. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 2759 A Rikansrud J SH-358 Daily 12-2p

24

Machine Shorthand 60Wpm

(10)

Prerequisite: CRPT 101.1 or instructor’s permission, and concurrent enrollment in CRPT 080. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 2767 DEA Wallace S ARR ARR ONLINE Visit: stenograph.desire2learn.com. 2763 DEB Rikansrud J ARR ARR ONLINE Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning.

CRPT 102

Machine Shorthand 80 Wpm

Prerequisite: CRPT 093 or 101.2. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 2771 A Rapozo L SH-354 Daily

 CRPT 102

Machine Shorthand 80 Wpm

(12) 8-11a

(12)

Prerequisite: CRPT 093 or 101.2. Visit: stenograph.desire2learn.com. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 2775 DE Wallace S ARR ARR ONLINE

CRPT 133

Machine Shorthand 100Wpm

Prerequisite: CRPT 094 or 102. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 2779 A Rapozo L SH-354 Daily Rapozo L SH-359 Daily

 CRPT 133

Machine Shorthand 100Wpm

(16) 8-11a 11a-12p

(16)

Prerequisite: CRPT 094 or 102. Visit: stenograph.desire2learn.com. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 2783 DE Wallace S ARR ARR ONLINE

CRPT 134

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 2739 DE Rikansrud J ARR ARR ONLINE

CRPT 1002

 CRPT 1012

Machine Shorthand 120Wpm

Prerequisite: CRPT 095 or 133. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 2787 A Rapozo L SH-354 Daily Rapozo L SH-359 Daily

 CRPT 134

Machine Shorthand 120Wpm

(16) 8-11a 11a-12p

(16)

Prerequisite: CRPT 095 or 133. Visit: stenograph.desire2learn.com. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 2791 DE Wallace S ARR ARR ONLINE

CRPT 135

Machine Shorthand 140Wpm

Prerequisite: CRPT 096 or 134. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 2795 A Rapozo L SH-358 Daily Rapozo L SH-354 Daily

 CRPT 135

Machine Shorthand 140Wpm

(16) 8-10a 10a-12p

(16)

Prerequisite: CRPT 096 or 134. Visit: stenograph.desire2learn.com. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 2799 DE Wallace S ARR ARR ONLINE

CRPT 136

Machine Shorthand 160Wpm

Prerequisite: CRPT 097 or 135. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 2803 A Rapozo L SH-358 Daily Rapozo L SH-354 Daily

 CRPT 136

Machine Shorthand 160Wpm

(16) 8-10a 10a-12p

(16)

Prerequisite: CRPT 097 or 135. Visit: stenograph.desire2learn.com. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 2807 DE Wallace S ARR ARR ONLINE


Fall Credit Classes

greenriver.edu

Computer Science Court Reptg Procedures 1

(5)

Prerequisite: ENGL 105 and instructor’s permission. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Course requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 2811 DE Rapozo L SH-358 W 1-3p

CRPT 201

Machine Shorthand 180Wpm

Prerequisite: CRPT 098 or 136. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 2831 A Rapozo L SH-358 Daily Rapozo L SH-359 Daily

 CRPT 201

Machine Shorthand 180Wpm

(16) 8-11a 11a-12p

(16)

Prerequisite: CRPT 098 or 136. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 2835 DEA Rapozo L ARR ARR ONLINE Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. 2839 DEB Wallace S ARR ARR ONLINE Visit: stenograph.desire2learn.com.

CRPT 202

Machine Shorthand 200Wpm

Prerequisite: CRPT 201. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 2843 A Rapozo L SH-359 Daily Rapozo L SH-358 Daily

 CRPT 202

Machine Shorthand 200Wpm

(16) 8-9a 9a-12p

Machine Shorthand 225Wpm

Prerequisite: CRPT 202. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 2851 A Rapozo L SH-359 Daily Rapozo L SH-358 Daily

 CRPT 203

Machine Shorthand 225Wpm

(16) 8-10a 9a-12p

(16)

Prerequisite: CRPT 202. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 2859 DE Rapozo L ARR ARR ONLINE

 CRPT 250

Comp-Aided Transcription

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 2863 DE Ladderud B ARR ARR ONLINE

 CRPT 253

Captioning Intern 2

(4)

Prerequisite: CRPT 252 or instructor’s permission. Visit: stenograph. desire2learn.com. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $15.00.(NR) 2875 DE Wallace S ARR ARR ONLINE

Intro To Programming

(2)

Prerequisite: MATH& 142 or higher or concurrent enrollment; or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 2879 A Boudreaux C TC-108 MW 9-9:50a 2883 B TC-110 MW 10-10:50a 2887 C Boudreaux C TC-108 TTh 9-9:50a 2891 D TC-110 TTh 10-10:50a 2895 E Boudreaux C TC-108 MW 1-1:50p 2897 F Suk J TC-108 TTh 11-11:50a

CS& 131

Computer Science I C++

(5)

Prerequisite: MATH& 142 or higher; and CS/ENGR 120 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a natural science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 2903 A TC-110 Daily 9-9:50a 2907 B TC-110 Daily 2-2:50p

CS& 141

Computer Science I Java

(5)

Prerequisite: CS/ENGR 120 or IT 102 or CS& 131; and MATH& 142 or higher. Satisfies a natural science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 2911 A Wood M TC-110 Daily 8-8:50a 2915 B Wood M TC-110 Daily 11-11:50a 2919 C Wood M TC-110 Daily 1-1:50p

Criminal Justice

(16)

Prerequisite: CRPT 201. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 2847 DE Rapozo L ARR ARR ONLINE

CRPT 203

CS 120

CJ& 101

Intro To Crim Justice

(5)

Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. 2447 A Sherwood M SH-158 Daily 2451 B Sherwood M SH-158 Daily 2455 C Riley R SH-158 Daily 2459 D Riley R SH-158 Daily 2467 E Riley R SH-158 Daily 2471 KCU Wans L Kent TTh

7-7:50a 8-8:50a 10-10:50a 11-11:50a 12-12:50p 6:30-8:50p

Hybrid Course CJ& 101

Intro To Crim Justice

(5)

Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $17.50.(NR) 2463 DE Sherwood M ZWC-104 MW 10-11:50a

CJ 115

Fingerprint Science

Additional fee of $40.00.(NR) 2423 U Dean L SH-158 Toda C SH-158

CJ 120 2427

FCJ 220

U

(5) MW MW

Crim Justice Professions

Clark C

SH-257

Multicultural Diversity

TTh

6:30-8:50p 6:30-8:50p

(5)

4-6:20p

(5)

Prerequisite: CJ& 101 and CJ 200 and ENGL& 101 or higher, or instructor’s permission. Satisfies the diversity course requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $5.00.(NR) 2443 A Sherwood M SH-158 Daily 9-9:50a

25

Credit classes

Hybrid Course CRPT 153

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations


Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

greenriver.edu

F Class offered this quarter only  Class offered online

Design Drafting Technology D T 100

Drama

Intro To CADD/CAM

(7)

DRMA& 101

Introduction To Theatre

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for both ENGL 081 and READ 104. Additional fee of $70.00.(NR) 2927 A Waagan T CH-116 Daily 10a-12p

Prerequisite: Eligible for READ 104. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/ English requirement for AA degree. 3147 A Bowles R ZWC-104 Daily 8-8:50a

D T 101

DRMA 111

Technical Drafting

(7)

Prerequisite: Eligible for both ENGL 081 and READ 104. Additional fee of $14.00.(NR) 2931 A Waters A CH-117 Daily 8-10a

D T 105

Design Drafting Careers

Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 2955 A Waters A CH-120

D T 110

TTh

1-2p

Introduction To AutoCAD

Additional fee of $40.00.(NR) 2959 U Shearn W CH-108

Credit classes

FD T 113

(2)

(4) 6-9p

TTh

Intro To Solidworks

(4)

Prerequisite: Familiar with Windows operating system and file management, and instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $40.00.(NR) 2967 A Waters A CH-120 MWF 10a-12p

D T 141

Architectural Drafting 1

(5)

Rehearsal And Perform 1

(5)

Satisfies an activity or a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional hours required for final technical rehearsals and productions. See Drama instructor for more information. Musical to be performed: TBA. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 3103 A Bowles R PA-115 Daily 11a-12:50p

DRMA 112

Rehearsal And Perform 2

(5)

Prerequisite: DRMA 111. Additional hours required for final technical rehearsals and productions. See Drama instructor for more information. Musical to be performed: TBA. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 3107 A Bowles R PA-115 Daily 11a-12:50p

DRMA 113

Rehearsal And Perform 3

(5)

Prerequisite: DRMA 112. Additional hours required for final technical rehearsals and productions. See Drama instructor for more information. Musical to be performed: TBA. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 3111 A Bowles R PA-115 Daily 11a-12:50p

FDRMA 151

Acting Fundamentals

(5)

Prerequisite: D T 101 or D T 101.1 and D T 101.2; and either D T 100 or D T 110. Additional fee of $25.00.(NR) 2975 U CH-120 TTh 5:30-9p

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. 3115 A Bowles R PA-115 Daily 9-9:50a

FD T 142

DRMA 154

Revit Architecture 1

(4)

Prerequisite: Familiar with Windows Operating System, file management, and instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $40.00.(NR) 2979 A Waters A CH-120 TTh 10a-12p Waters A CH-120 F 1-3p

D T 145

Structural Drft-Steel

(4)

Prerequisite: D T 101; or D T 101.1 and D T 101.2; or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $8.00.(NR) 2983 U Reynolds L CH-120 MW

FD T 146

Structural Drft-Concrete

(4)

Prerequisite: D T 101; or D T 101.1 and D T 101.2; or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $8.00.(NR) 2987 U Reynolds L CH-120 MW

D T 180 3023

A

D T 181 3027

A

D T 182 3031

A

FD T 231

Leadership Skills 1

Waagan T

CH-120

3123

A

DRMA 156 A

DRMA 157 3131

A

DRMA 211 6-9p

(1)

(5)

Improvisation 2

Rice A

PA-115

Improvisation 3

Rice A

PA-115

Audition Techniques

Rice A

PA-115

(5)

Daily

1-1:50p

Daily

1-1:50p

Daily

10-10:50a

Rehearsal & Performance4

(5) (5) (5)

Prerequisite: DRMA 113. Additional hours required for final technical rehearsals and productions. See Drama instructor for more information. Musical to be performed: TBA. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 3135 A Bowles R PA-115 Daily 11a-12:50p

Th

12-12:50p

Th

12-12:50p

Th

12-12:50p

(1)

Prerequisite: DRMA 211. Additional hours required for final technical rehearsals and productions. See Drama instructor for more information. Musical to be performed: TBA. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 3139 A Bowles R PA-115 Daily 11a-12:50p

Mechanical Design (CADD)

(7)

DRMA 213

Leadership Skills 2

Waagan T

CH-120

Leadership Skills 3

Waagan T

CH-120

(1)

Prerequisite: D T 102 and D T 131 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $70.00.(NR) 3035 A Waagan T CH-116 Daily 7-9a

26

DRMA 155

3127 6-9p

Improvisation 1

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. 3119 A Rice A PA-115 Daily 1-1:50p

DRMA 212

Rehearsal & Performance5

Rehearsal & Performance6

(5)

(5)

Prerequisite: DRMA 212. Additional hours required for final technical rehearsals and productions. See Drama instructor for more information. Musical to be performed: TBA. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 3143 A Bowles R PA-115 Daily 11a-12:50p


greenriver.edu Education  ECED 100

Hybrid Course Econ Principles/Applicat

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $17.50.(NR) 3307 DEA Le S SH-257 MTWTh 9-9:50a

 ECON 100

Econ Principles/Applicat

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 3303 DEB Le S ARR ARR ONLINE

ECON& 201

Micro Economics

(5)

Prerequisite: ECON& 202 and eligible for ENGL& 101; or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. 3311 A Le S SH-257 Daily 2-2:50p 3323 U Le S SH-257 TTh 7-9:20p

Hybrid Course ECON& 201

(5)

Prerequisite: ECON& 202 and eligible for ENGL& 101; or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $17.50.(NR) 3319 DEA Blaisdell M SH-257 MTWTh 10-10:50a

 ECON& 201

Micro Economics

(5)

Prerequisite: ECON& 202 and eligible for ENGL& 101; or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 3315 DEB Blaisdell M ARR ARR ONLINE

ECON& 202

Macro Economics

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for MATH 147 and ENGL& 101; or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. 3335 C Le S SH-257 Daily 1-1:50p 3343 U Hendrixson C SH-257 MW 7-9:20p

 ECON& 202

Macro Economics

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for MATH 147 and ENGL& 101; or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 3339 DE Blaisdell M ARR ARR ONLINE

Hybrid Course ECON& 202

ECED& 105

Macro Economics

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for MATH 147 and ENGL& 101; or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $17.50.(NR) 3327 DEA Blaisdell M SH-110 MTWTh 8-8:50a 3331 DEB Blaisdell M SH-110 MTWTh 8-8:50a

Introduction To ECE

(3) ONLINE

(5)

Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR)  3263 DEA Holz D ARR ARR ONLINE 3267 U Lee T CH-212 MW 5:45-8:45p

Hybrid Course ECED& 105

Introduction To ECE

Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $17.50.(NR) 3265 DEB CH-212 TTh

 ECED& 107

Hlth, Safety And Nutri

Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 3269 DEA ARR ARR

(5) 1-3p

(5) ONLINE

Hybrid Course ECED& 107

Micro Economics

Basic STARS Training

Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $21.00.(NR) 3151 DE Williams N ARR ARR

Hlth, Safety And Nutri

Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 3271 DEB CH-212 MW

(5) 1-3p

Hybrid Course ECED 112

Technology In Education

(3)

Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $15.50.(NR) 3155 DE Benteu C HL-147 T 6-8:30p

Hybrid Course ECED& 120

ECE Practicum 1

(2)

Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $17.00.(NR) 3287 DEU Garrott J CH-211 M 6-8p 3289 DEV Serquinia J CH-210 M 6-8p

Hybrid Course ECED 1241

CDA Practicum 1

(3)

Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in any CDA class. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $20.50.(NR) 3167 DE Serquinia J CH-210 T 6-8:30p

Hybrid Course ECED 1242

ECE Practicum 2-CDA

(3)

Prerequisite: ECED 124.1 and concurrent enrollment in any CDA class. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $20.50.(NR) 3171 DE Serquinia J CH-210 T 6-8:30p

27

Credit classes

Economics ECON 100

Fall Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations


Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

greenriver.edu

F Class offered this quarter only  Class offered online FECED 125

Introduction To CDA

Additional fee of $5.00.(NR) 3179 U Leek S Leek S

F ECED 125

CH-209 HL-148

(5) T Th

Introduction To CDA

Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $40.00.(NR) 3175 DE Leek S ARR ARR

5:30-8:30p 5:30-8:30p

(5) ONLINE

Explore Science And Math

(5)

Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $27.50.(NR) 3187 DE Fietz L CH-209 W 6-8:30p

Hybrid Course

Credit classes

ECED& 170

Learning Environments

(3)

Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 3295 DE Benteu C CH-212 Th 5:30-9p

Montessori Practicum 1

(4)

Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $24.00.(NR) 3191 DE Fietz L CH-211 T 5:30-8:30p

Hybrid Course ECED 211

Intro To Montessori

(4)

Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $24.00.(NR) 3219 DE Fietz L CH-211 T 5:30-8:30p

ECE Practicum 3

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $20.50.(NR) 3223 DE Lee T CH-211 W 4:30-5:30p

Hybrid Course ECED 220

Intro To Sign Language

(2)

Special Topics-ECE 4

EDUC& 115

Child Development

 EDUC& 115

(5)

Child Development

(5)

Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 3375 DEB Kessler L ARR ARR

ONLINE

Guiding Behavior

Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 3379 U Lee T CH-212

 EDUC& 204

(3) 6-9p

T

Exceptional Child

(5)

Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 3387 DE Kessler L ARR ARR

ONLINE

Hybrid Course EDUC& 205

Intro To Educ W/Field Ex

(5)

Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $27.50.(NR) 3391 DE Holz D CH-209 Th

Assisting Practicum

6-8p

(6)

Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 3359 DE Holz D ARR ARR ONLINE

 EDUC 293

Issues Of Child Abuse

(2)

Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $14.00.(NR) 3367 DE Kessler L ARR ARR

ONLINE

Engineering

 ECED 250

ENGR& 104

(3)

ONLINE

Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $17.50.(NR) 3371 DEA Kessler L CH-212 MTW 9-9:50a

ENGR 100

ECE Final Practicum

(5)

Hybrid Course

Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $17.50.(NR) 3225 U Quinn C CH-211 W 6-8p Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 3243 DE Holz D ARR ARR ONLINE

(5)

Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 3251 DE Holz D ARR ARR

 EDUC 210

Hybrid Course ECED 214

CDA Performance

Prerequisite: ECED 125, 225 or 230; or instructor’s permission. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $22.50.(NR) 3247 DE Serquinia J CH-210 T 6-8:30p

EDUC& 130

Hybrid Course ECED 181

ECED 260

 ECED 294

Hybrid Course ECED 155

Hybrid Course

4007 4009 4011

A B C

Careers In Engineering

Boudreaux C CH-208 Andrist P CH-205 Boudreaux C CH-309

Introduction To Design

TTh TTh TTh

(2)

8-8:50a 11-11:50a 1-1:50p

(5)

Satisfies a natural science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $25.00.(NR) 4055 A Suk J CH-208 MWF 7:30-8:50a

ENGR 106

Intro To Engr Problems

(3)

Prerequisite: MATH& 142 or equivalent. Satisfies a natural science or quantitative skills requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 4015 A Andrist P CH-309 MWF 11-11:50a 4019 B Andrist P CH-309 MWF 1-1:50p

28


greenriver.edu Engineering Graphics

Additional fee of $25.00.(NR) 4059 A Boudreaux C CH-116 CH-309

ENGR 120

(5) MWF TTh

11-11:50a 11-11:50a

Intro To Programming

(2)

Prerequisite: MATH& 142 or higher or concurrent enrollment; or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 4023 A Boudreaux C TC-108 MW 9-9:50a 4027 B TC-110 MW 10-10:50a 4031 C Boudreaux C TC-108 TTh 9-9:50a 4035 D TC-110 TTh 10-10:50a 4039 E Boudreaux C TC-108 MW 1-1:50p 4041 F Suk J TC-108 TTh 11-11:50a

ENGR& 214

Statics

(5)

Prerequisite: ENGR 106 and MATH& 152; or concurrent enrollment. Satisfies a natural science or quantitative skills requirement for AA degree. 4063 A Andrist P CH-309 Daily 8-8:50a 4067 B Andrist P CH-309 Daily 9-9:50a

ENGR& 225

Mechanics Of Materials

(5)

Prerequisite: ENGR& 214 and (MATH& 153 or concurrent enrollment). Satisfies a natural science requirement for AA degree. 4071 A Suk J CH-309 Daily 10-10:50a

English Intensive integrated reading and writing English class that meets for two hours each day with an additional two-hour support class for students seeking extra instructional help with course content. This class moves at an accelerated pace and allows students the opportunity to move into college level courses faster. This Learning Community combines ENGL 080 Express English, ENGL 081 Fundamentals of Written Communication and READ 094 Reading Improvement for 12 credits.

Express English

(2)

Prerequisite: Appropriate Reading COMPASS score or instructor recommendation. Additional fee of $15.00.(NR) 3393 LCA Moore J TC-208 MTh 12-12:50p Must also register for ENGL 081 LCA item #3411 and READ 094 LCA item #8343. 3397 LCB Wilson-Hill TC-208 TF 12-12:50p Must also register for ENGL 081 LCB item #3413 and READ 094 LCB item #8345

ENGL 081

Intensive integrated reading and writing English class that meets for two hours each day with an additional two-hour support class for students seeking extra instructional help with course content. This class moves at an accelerated pace and allows students the opportunity to move into college level courses faster. This Learning Community combines ENGL 080 Express English, ENGL 081 Fundamentals of Written Communication and READ 094 Reading Improvement for 12 credits.

ENGL 081

Fund’l Of Written Commun

Fund’l Of Written Commun

(5)

Prerequisite: BASIC 060 or appropriate Reading COMPASS score, or high school transcript evaluation. 3411 LCC Moore J RLC-118 Daily 10-11:50a Must also register for ENGL 080 LCA item #3393 and READ 094 LCA item #8343. 3413 LCD Wilson-Hill RLC-118 Daily 1-2:50p Must also register for ENGL 080 LCB item #3397 and READ 094 LCB item #8345.

Learning Community: Crossing Borders

Combine the topics of English, reading, and college preparation to help move more quickly into ENGL& 101. We will focus on the theme of crossing borders, exploring the areas of crossing borders into college, crossing borders of prejudice, and crossing borders into oneís career. This Learning Community combines ENGL 081 Fundamentals of Written Communication and READ 094 Reading Improvement for 10 credits.

ENGL 081

Learning Community: Intensive Reading and Writing

ENGL 080

Learning Community: Intensive Reading and Writing

Fund’l Of Written Commun

(5)

Prerequisite: BASIC 060 or appropriate Reading COMPASS score, or high school transcript evaluation. 3392 LCA Moore J RLC-118 Daily 10-11:50a Must also register for READ 094 LCA item #8344.

Learning Community: Intensive Reading and Writing

Integrate both the reading and writing fundamentals needed to be successful in college level writing. This thematic course will move at an accelerated pace and will allow students to move into college level courses faster. This Learning Community combines ENGL 081 Fundamentals of Written Communication and READ 094 Reading Improvement for 10 credits.

ENGL 081

Fund’l Of Written Commun

(5)

Prerequisite: BASIC 060 or appropriate Reading COMPASS score, or high school transcript evaluation. 3394 LCB Wilson-Hill RLC-118 Daily 1-2:50p Must also register for READ 094 LCB item #8346.

(5)

Prerequisite: BASIC 060 or appropriate Reading COMPASS score, or high school transcript evaluation. 3407 KCA Kent MW 8-10:20a 3395 A Gollen A RLC-113 MTTh 12:30-1:50p 3399 B Howell-Jones SH-152 MTTh 2-3:30p 3415 U SH-255 MTTh 5:15-6:45p

29

Credit classes

FENGR& 114

Fall Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations


Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

F Class offered this quarter only  Class offered online

greenriver.edu ENGL& 101

Hybrid Course ENGL 081

Fundíl Of Written Commun

(5)

Prerequisite: BASIC 060 or appropriate Reading COMPASS score, or high school transcript evaluation. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $17.50.(NR) 3403 DE Bouchard K IVA-106 MTThF 9-9:50a

 ENGL 090

Spelling Improvement

Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $21.00.(NR) 3423 DE Warnke A ARR ARR

ENGL 099

Introductory Composition

(3) ONLINE

(5)

Credit classes

Prerequisite: ENGL 081 and READ 094 with a 2.0 or higher; or appropriate Reading COMPASS score; or high school transcript evaluation. 3443 A Weller D RLC-175 Daily 7-7:50a 3447 B Weller D RLC-113 Daily 8-8:50a 3511 KCA Kent TTh 10:30a-12:50p 3451 C RLC-113 Daily 9-9:50a 3455 D RLC-115 Daily 9-9:50a 3487 E Gollen A CH-102 Daily 10-10:50a 3491 F Gollen A RLC-175 Daily 11-11:50a 3495 G ZWC-104 Daily 12-12:50p 3499 H CH-208 Daily 12-12:50p 3503 J Howell-Jones TT-412 MTTh 12:30-1:50p 3507 K HL-152 Daily 1-1:50p 3519 L Tran T SH-157 MTTh 2-3:30p 3531 M RLC-122 MTTh 2-3:30p 3459 N Tran T SH-155 MTTh 3:30-5p 3515 KCU Kent MW 6:30-8:50p 3535 U RLC-101 TTh 7:15-9:35p

Learning Community

This learning community combines ENGL 099 Introductory Composition and READ 104 Reading Mastery for 10 credits.

ENGL 099

Introductory Composition

(5)

Prerequisite: ENGL 081 and READ 094 with a 2.0 or higher; or appropriate Reading COMPASS score; or high school transcript evaluation. 3523 LCA Potsubay R ZWC-107 MTWTh 10-11:50a Must also register for READ 104 LCA, item #8415.

Hybrid Course ENGL 099

Introductory Composition

(5)

Prerequisite: ENGL 081 and READ 094 with a 2.0 or higher; or appropriate Reading COMPASS score; or high school transcript evaluation. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $17.50.(NR) 3463 DEB RLC-118 MTThF 8-8:50a 3467 DEC Sherman I HL-152 MWF 9-9:50a 3471 DED Sherman I RLC-113 MWF 10-10:50a 3475 DEE HL-152 MTThF 11-11:50a 3479 DEF RLC-115 MTThF 11-11:50a 3483 DEG CH-202 MTThF 12-12:50p

30

English Composition I

(5)

Prerequisite: ENGL 099 and READ 104 with a 2.0 or higher; or appropriate Reading COMPASS score; or high school transcript evaluation. Satisfies a basic skills requirement for AA degree. 3743 A Lowe W SH-155 MTWTh 6:30-7:35a 3747 AA RLC-101 Daily 7-7:50a 3751 B Lowe W SH-155 MTWTh 7:45-8:50a 3755 BB RLC-101 Daily 8-8:50a 3759 C SH-157 Daily 8-8:50a 3763 CC CH-210 Daily 8-8:50a 3765 CCC Chase E RLC-122 Daily 8-8:50a 3871 KCA Kent Daily 8-8:50a 3875 KCB Frazier C Kent MW 8-10:20a 3767 D Pyle J RLC-118 Daily 9-9:50a 3819 DD Chase E RLC-175 Daily 9-9:50a 3879 KCC Kent Daily 9-9:50a 3887 KCD Kent Daily 9-9:50a 3823 EA Enumclaw TTh 9:40a-12p 3827 E Weller D RLC-175 Daily 10-10:50a 3835 EE Chase E RLC-101 Daily 10-10:50a 3883 KCE Johnson B Kent TTh 10:30a-12:50p 3839 F Higgins K IVA-106 Daily 11-11:50a 3843 FF SH-357 Daily 12-12:50p 3851 G SH-250 Daily 12-12:50p 3855 GG Pittser C CH-207 Daily 12-12:50p 3899 KK RLC-131 Daily 12-12:50p 3847 H CH-210 MTTh 12:30-1:50p 3859 HH RLC-175 MTTh 12:30-1:50p 3863 J RLC-122 MTTh 12:30-1:50p 3867 JJ Rice T OEB-22 MTTh 12:30-1:50p 3807 K Higgins K CH-102 Daily 1-1:50p 3903 L Sims M SH-250 Daily 1-1:50p 3943 LL Warnke A SH-254 MWF 1-2:25p 3911 M Pyle J RLC-101 MTTh 2-3:30p 3915 MM Rice T SH-155 MTTh 2-3:30p 3919 N Hudspeth J CH-202 MTTh 2-3:30p 3923 NN CH-207 MTTh 2-3:30p 3927 P CH-210 MTTh 2-3:30p 3931 PP RLC-175 MTTh 2-3:30p 3935 Q Tran T SH-157 MTTh 3:30-5p 3939 QQ CH-210 MTTh 3:30-5p 3891 KCU Pettey S Kent MW 4-6:20p 3951 U Johnson D SH-157 MTTh 5:15-6:45p 3895 KCV Pettey S Kent MW 6:30-8:50p 3831 EU Plett J Enumclaw MW 6:30-8:50p 3955 UU Johnson D RLC-115 TTh 7:15-9:35p

Linked Courses: English 101 With Support

These linked courses combine ENGL& 101 English Composition I with a support course (ENGL 117 Accelerated Support For 101 Success) for 8 credits. The support course provides students with extra guidance, strategies, and time to succeed in ENGL& 101.

ENGL& 101

English Composition I

(5)

Prerequisite: ENGL 099 and READ 104 with a 2.0 or higher; or appropriate Reading COMPASS score; or high school transcript evaluation. Satisfies a basic skills requirement for AA degree. 3841 LCB Higgins K IVA-106 Daily 11-11:50a Must also register for ENGL 117 LCA item #3582. 3905 LCC Sims M SH-250 Daily 1-1:50p Must also register for ENGL 117 LCB item #3584. 3945 LCD Warnke A SH-254 MWF 1-2:25p Must also register for ENGL 117 LCC item #3586.


greenriver.edu

Hybrid Course

Learning Community: Literature By And About Women

ENGL& 101

English Composition I

(5)

Prerequisite: ENGL 099 and READ 104 with a 2.0 or higher; or appropriate Reading COMPASS score; or high school transcript evaluation. Satisfies a basic skills requirement for AA degree. 3907 LCA Sims M SH-155 Daily 10-11:50a Must also register for ENGL 160 LCA item #3699.

 ENGL& 101

English Composition I

ENGL& 112

 ENGL& 112

English Composition I

Grammar And Usage

Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 3551 DE Lowe W ARR ARR

ENGL 109

ENGL& 113

Introduction To Poetry

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $19.50.(NR) 3971 DE Potsubay R CH-207 MTWTh 1-1:50p

 ENGL 115

Introduction To Novels

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver. edu/elearning. Additional fee of $37.00.(NR) 3579 DE Nelson E ARR ARR ONLINE

Writing:Trades/Prof Tech

Writing:Trades/Prof Tech

These linked courses combine ENGL& 101 English Composition I with a support course (ENGL 117 Accelerated Support For 101 Success) for 8 credits. The support course provides students with extra guidance, strategies, and time to succeed in ENGL& 101.

(5)

(5) ONLINE

(5)

Prerequisite: ENGL 081, or eligible for READ 104 or instructor’s permission. 3571 A Clausen A HL-152 Daily 12-12:50p

 ENGL 109

(5)

Linked Courses: English 101 With Support

Prerequisite: ENGL 099 and READ 104 with a 2.0 or higher; or appropriate Reading COMPASS score; or high school transcript evaluation. Satisfies a basic skills requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $17.50.(NR) 3799 DEJ Hudspeth J RLC-115 MTThF 7-7:50a 3803 DEK RLC-115 MTThF 8-8:50a 3811 DEL Warnke A OEB-22 MWF 11-11:50a

 ENGL 105

Intro To Fiction

Hybrid Course

Hybrid Course ENGL& 101

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver. edu/elearning. Additional fee of $37.00.(NR) 3967 DEB Nelson E ARR ARR ONLINE

(5)

Prerequisite: ENGL 099 and READ 104 with a 2.0 or higher; or appropriate Reading COMPASS score; or high school transcript evaluation. Satisfies a basic skills requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 3947 DE Corey J ARR ARR ONLINE 3771 DEA Jensen V ARR ARR ONLINE 3775 DEB Schaefer A ARR ARR ONLINE 3779 DEC Johnson T ARR ARR ONLINE 3783 DED Johnson T ARR ARR ONLINE 3787 DEE Frazier C ARR ARR ONLINE 3791 DEF Eagan S ARR ARR ONLINE 3795 DEG Eagan S ARR ARR ONLINE 3815 DEH Nelson E ARR ARR ONLINE

Intro To Fiction

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $19.50.(NR) 3963 DEA Schaefer A CH-212 TWTh 11-11:50a

(5)

Prerequisite: ENGL 081, or eligible for READ 104 or instructor’s permission. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 3575 DE ARR ARR ONLINE

ENGL 117

Accel: 101 Success

3582 LCA Higgins K IVA-108 MWF Must also register for ENGL& 101 LCB item #3841. 3584 LCB Sims M SH-250 MW Must also register for ENGL& 101 LCC item #3905. 3586 LCC Warnke A SH-254 MWF Must also register for ENGL& 101 LCD item #3945.

ENGL 126

Writing: Humanities

(3)

9-9:50a 2-3:15p 2:30-3:20p

(5)

Prerequisite: A grade of 2.0 or higher in ENGL& 101. Satisfies a basic skills requirement for AA degree. 3583 A Chase E SH-157 Daily 7-7:50a 3587 B Pittser C CH-207 Daily 8-8:50a 3591 C Scrivner V SH-155 Daily 9-9:50a 3595 D Pittser C CH-210 Daily 9-9:50a 3619 E RLC-101 Daily 11-11:50a 3623 U Johnson D RLC-101 MW 7:15-9:35p

 ENGL 126

Writing: Humanities

(5)

Prerequisite: A grade of 2.0 or higher in ENGL& 101. Satisfies a basic skills requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 3599 DEA Hoene J ARR ARR ONLINE 3603 DEB Moreno M ARR ARR ONLINE 3611 DEC Hoene J ARR ARR ONLINE 3615 DED Sims M ARR ARR ONLINE

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Credit classes

Explore womenís literature from the 17th century to the present including poetry, essays and excerpts from longer works. The themes of identity, power, resistance, and transformation arise from these readings. Learn about women writerís role in resistance to racism, slavery, sexism, abuse and unfair laws. This course combines ENGL& 101 English Composition I and ENGL 160 Literature By And About Women for 10 credits.

Fall Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations


Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

F Class offered this quarter only  Class offered online

greenriver.edu

Hybrid Course ENGL 126

Learning Community: Literature By And About Women Writing: Humanities

(5)

Prerequisite: A grade of 2.0 or higher in ENGL& 101. Satisfies a basic skills requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $17.50.(NR) 3607 DEE Pyle J SH-158 TWTh 1-1:50p

ENGL 127

Writing: Social Sciences

(5)

Prerequisite: A grade of 2.0 or higher in ENGL& 101. Satisfies a basic skills requirement for AA degree. 3631 A Jensen V OEB-22 Daily 9-9:50a 3643 B Martin A RLC-101 Daily 12-12:50p 3635 C Schaefer A SH-157 MTTh 12:30-1:50p 3639 D Jensen V RLC-101 Daily 1-1:50p 3645 E Schaefer A ZWC-107 MTTh 2-3:30p

Credit classes

 ENGL 127

Writing: Social Sciences

(5)

Prerequisite: A grade of 2.0 or higher in ENGL& 101. Satisfies a basic skills requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 3647 DEA Bahl V ARR ARR ONLINE 3651 DEB Bahl V ARR ARR ONLINE

Learning Community

For a full description see CMST 212 on page 22. This learning community combines CMST 212 Persuasion & Propaganda and ENGL 127 Writing: Social Sciences for 10 credits.

ENGL 127

Writing: Social Sciences

(5)

Prerequisite: A grade of 2.0 or higher in ENGL& 101. Satisfies a basic skills requirement for AA degree. 3655 LCA Rooney A CH-205 MWF 11-11:50a Must also register for CMST 212 LCA item #2503.

ENGL 128

Res Writing:Sci/Engr/Bus

(5)

Prerequisite: A grade of 2.0 or higher in ENGL& 101. Satisfies a basic skills requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $5.00.(NR) 3659 A Scrivner V HL-152 Daily 8-8:50a 3691 B TT-412 Daily 9-9:50a 3663 C Scrivner V HL-152 Daily 10-10:50a 3667 D Clausen A RLC-113 Daily 11-11:50a 3671 E SH-257 Daily 12-12:50p 3687 F CH-208 MTTh 2-3:30p 3695 U Hudspeth J RLC-113 TTh 5:45-8:15p

 ENGL 128

Res Writing:Sci/Engr/Bus

(5)

Prerequisite: A grade of 2.0 or higher in ENGL& 101. Satisfies a basic skills requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $40.00.(NR) 3675 DEA Pettey S ARR ARR ONLINE 3679 DEB Rice T ARR ARR ONLINE 3683 DEC Gardner M ARR ARR ONLINE

For a full description see ENGL& 101 LCA on page 31. This course combines ENGL& 101 English Composition I and ENGL 160 Literature By And About Women for 10 credits.

ENGL 160

Lit By And About Women

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English and the diversity course requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 3699 LCA Sims M SH-155 Daily 10-11:50a Must also register for ENGL& 101 LCA item #3907.

ENGL 165

Intro To Myths Of World

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English and the diversity course requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 3707 A Hoene J SH-155 MTTh 12:30-1:50p

Hybrid Course ENGL 168

Irish Literature

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English and the diversity course requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $19.50.(NR) 3711 DE Fitzgerald J CH-207 MTWTh 10-10:50a

ENGL 180

Children’s Literature

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 3715 A Rooney A RLC-101 Daily 9-9:50a

ENGL& 220

Intro To Shakespeare

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/ English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 3975 A Higgins K IVA-106 Daily 10-10:50a

FENGL& 226

Brit Lit I: 7-16Th Cent

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 3979 U SH-252 TTh 7:15-9:35p

Hybrid Course ENGL& 236

Creative Writing I

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $19.50.(NR) 3983 DE Sherman I RLC-132 MWF 1-1:50p

 ENGL& 236

Creative Writing I

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $37.00.(NR) 3985 DEA Rice T ARR ARR ONLINE

FENGL& 244

Amer Lit I: Amer Lit-1860

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 3995 A Rooney A SH-157 Daily 10-10:50a

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ENGL& 245

Amer Lit II: Civ War-WWI

(5)

ESOL 014

Fall Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations

ESOL Level 4

(15)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 3973 KCA Kent TTh 10:30a-12:50p

Prerequisite: ESOL 013, placement test and instructor’s permission. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 4163 A CH-308 Daily 9-11:50a 4167 U CH-205 MTWTh 6-8:50p

 ENGL& 246

ESOL 015

Amer Lit III: WWI To Pres

(5)

ESOL Level 5

(15)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver. edu/elearning. Additional fee of $37.00.(NR) 3999 DE Lowe W ARR ARR ONLINE

Prerequisite: ESOL 014, placement test and instructor’s permission. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 4171 A RLC-141 Daily 9-11:50a 4175 U CH-308 MTWTh 6-8:50p

ENGL 247

ESOL 016

American Ethnic Lit

(5)

ESOL Level 6

(15)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English and the diversity course requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 3727 A Bahl V SH-157 Daily 11-11:50a

Prerequisite: ESOL 015, placement test and instructor’s permission. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 4179 A RLC-119 Daily 9-11:50a 4183 U RLC-128 MTWTh 6-8:50p

 ENGL 335

ESOL 017

Advanced Tech Writing

(5)

Prerequisite: Admission into a bachelor’s program, ENGL& 101, and instructor’s permission. This BAS class follows a separate tuition schedule. See greenriver.edu/tuition for more information. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $17.50.(NR) 4003 DEB Rooney A ARR ARR ONLINE

ESOL 018

English For Speakers Of Other Languages

New ESOL students call 253-833-9111, ext. 2315 for assessment and registration appointment. Continuing students should talk to their ESOL instructor or go to RLC-125. $25 tuition will be charged for any combination of ESOL classes each quarter.

ESOL 010

ESOL Literacy

(15)

Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission. $25 tuition will be charged for any combination of ESOL classes each quarter. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $5.00.(NR) 4083 KCA Kent Daily 9-11:50a 4087 KCB Kent TTh 9-10:15a 4091 KCU Kent MTWTh 6-8:50p 4095 U RLC-119 MTWTh 6-8:50p

ESOL 011

ESOL Level 1

(15)

Prerequisite: ESOL 010, placement test, and instructor’s permission. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 4099 KCA Kent Daily 9-11:50a 4103 KCB Kent TTh 9-10:15a 4107 KCU Kent MTWTh 6-8:50p 4111 U RLC-119 MTWTh 6-8:50p

ESOL 012

ESOL Level 2

(15)

Prerequisite: ESOL 011, placement test and instructor’s permission. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 4119 KCA Kent Daily 9-11:50a 4123 KCB Kent TTh 9-11:50a 4127 KCU Kent MTWTh 6-8:50p 4131 U RLC-175 MTWTh 6-8:50p

ESOL 013

ESOL Level 3

(15)

Prerequisite: ESOL 012, placement test and instructor’s permission. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 4139 KCA Kent Daily 9-11:50a 4143 KCB Kent TTh 9-11:50a 4151 KCU Kent MTWTh 6-8:50p 4155 KCV Kent MW 6-8:50p 4159 U RLC-118 MTWTh 6-8:50p

Community-Based ESOL 1

(5)

Prerequisite: Placement test and instructor’s permission. This is a pass/ no credit course. 4187 AL Aub Library MW 6-8:30p 4195 COV Covington MW 6-8:30p 4203 KL Kent Lib MW 6-8:30p

Community-Based ESOL 2

(5)

Prerequisite: ESOL 017 or placement test; and instructor’s permission. This is a pass/no credit course. 4211 AL Aub Library MW 6-8:30p 4219 COV Covington MW 6-8:30p 4227 KL Kent Lib MW 6-8:30p

ESOL 019

Community-Based ESOL 3

(5)

Prerequisite: ESOL 018 or placement test; and instructor’s permission. This is a pass/no credit course. 4235 AL Aub Library MW 6-8:30p 4243 COV Covington MW 6-8:30p 4251 KL Kent Lib MW 6-8:30p

ESOL 020

ESOL-Multi Level 4

(12)

Prerequisite: ESOL 013, placement test, and instructor’s permission. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $5.00.(NR) 4259 KCA Kent MTWTh 9-11:50a 4263 KCU Kent MW 6-8:50p

ESOL 021

ESOL Multi Level 5

(12)

Prerequisite: ESOL 014, placement test, and instructor’s permission. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $5.00.(NR) 4267 KCA Kent MTWTh 9-11:50a 4271 KCU Kent MW 6-8:50p

ESOL 032

ESOL Conversation Lev 2

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $5.00.(NR) 4275 KCA Kent TTh 12-1:20p

ESOL 033

ESOL Conversation Lev 3

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $5.00.(NR) 4279 KCA Kent TTh 12-1:20p

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Credit classes

greenriver.edu


Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

F Class offered this quarter only  Class offered online ESOL 047

Conversation Support 4

greenriver.edu (3)

ESOL 064

ESOL Writing Support 4

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 4283 A RLC-141 WTh 12-1:20p 4287 KCA Kent TTh 12-1:20p

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 4355 KCA Kent TTh 12-1:30p

ESOL 048

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 4375 A RLC-122 Daily 9-11:50a 4379 KCA Kent Daily 9-11:50a 4383 KCU Kent MTWTh 6-8:50p 4387 U RLC-122 MTWTh 6-8:50p

Conversation Support 5

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 4295 A RLC-141 WTh 12-1:20p

ESOL 049

Conversation Support 6

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 4303 A RLC-141 WTh 12-1:20p

ESOL 072

ESOL 073

ESOL Intensive Writing 2

ESOL Intensive Writing 3

(15)

(15)

Instructor’s permission required, see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 4305 KCA Kent MW 12-1:20p

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 4391 A RLC-122 Daily 9-11:50a 4395 KCA Kent M 9-11:50a 4399 KCU Kent MTWTh 6-8:50p 4403 U RLC-122 MTWTh 6-8:50p

ESOL 051

ESOL 074

ESOL 050

ESOL Technology Level 1

Credit classes

ESOL Technology Level 2

(3)

(3)

Instructor’s permission required, see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 4307 KCA Kent MW 12-1:20

ESOL 052

ESOL Technology Level 3

(3)

Instructor’s permission required, see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 4309 KCA Kent MW 12-1:20p

ESOL 054

ESOL Technology-Level 4

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 4323 A RLC-141 MT 12-1:20p

ESOL 055

ESOL Technology-Level 5

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 4331 A RLC-141 MT 12-1:20p

ESOL 056

ESOL Technology-Level 6

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 4339 A RLC-141 MT 12-1:20p

ESOL 062

ESOL Writing Support 2

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 4343 KCA Kent TTh 12-1:30p

ESOL 063

ESOL Writing Support 3

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 4347 KCA Kent TTh 12-1:30p

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ESOL Intensive Writing 4

(15)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 4407 A RLC-122 Daily 9-11:50a 4411 KCA Kent Daily 9-11:50a 4415 KCU Kent MTWTh 6-8:50p 4419 U RLC-122 MTWTh 6-8:50p

ESOL 082

On-Ramp To Healthcare 2

(6)

Prerequisite: ESOL 011, placement test or instructor’s permission. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 4420 KCA Kent MW 9-11:50a

ESOL 083

On-Ramp Healthcare 3

(6)

Prerequisite: ESOL 012, placement test, or instructor’s permission. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 4422 KCA Kent MW 9-11:50a

ESOL 084

On-Ramp To ECE Level 2

(3)

Prerequisite: ESOL 011, placement test, or instructor’s permission. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 4424 U RLC-122 MTW 5-5:50p

ESOL 085

On-Ramp To ECE Level 3

(3)

Prerequisite: ESOL 012, placement test, or instructor’s permission. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 4426 U RLC-122 MTW 5-5:50p

ESOL 086

On-Ramp To ECE Lev 4

(3)

Prerequisite: ESOL 013, placement test or instructor’s permission. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 4428 U RLC-122 MTW 5-5:50p

ESOL 087

On-Ramp To Healthcare L4

This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 4430 KCA Kent MW

(6) 9-11:50a


greenriver.edu

 ENV S 204

Natural Science/Environ

(5)

Prerequisite: ENGL& 101, or eligible for ENGL& 101; and MATH 097 with a grade of 2.0 or higher or eligible for college-level math. Satisfies a natural science requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 4075 DEA McVay M ARR ARR ONLINE 4079 DEB ARR ARR ONLINE

Film  FILM 120

The Art Of Film

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $38.00.(NR) 4483 DE Scott W ARR ARR ONLINE

 FILM 121

Contemporary U.S. Film

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English and the diversity course requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 4487 DE Scott W ARR ARR ONLINE

 FILM 122

Intro To Film: Genres

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 4491 DE Scott W ARR ARR ONLINE

French FRCH& 121

French I

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 and no previous background in French, or no more than one year of high school French, or no more than two years of high school French with a “C” average or less. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $5.00.(NR) 4619 A Luengo L CH-206 Daily 7-7:50a 4623 B Luengo L CH-206 Daily 8-8:50a

GED® Courses

See Transitional Studies, HS 21+ and GED® Preparation Classes on page 17.

Parent-Child Education Parent-Child Education is shared learning in early childhood for families. It provides important opportunities for parents to study their own children’s development and behavior at different ages and to participate fully in that learning process. Teachers, hired by each program, set up a sound educational curriculum for young children and establish routines and activities that promote social, physical, mental, emotional and creative growth for each child. A Parent-Child Education instructor, provided by the college, is assigned to each program and serves as an educator and resource person to the parents, the preschool teacher and the children. Parents earn college credits each quarter for participation in the co-op program for a reduced fee per credit. An additional lab fee is paid to the preschool for the child’s participation. Opportunities are available for families with children, age birth to 5 years, at 4 locations throughout the community. For more information, call the individual programs listed below or call the program director, Leslie Kessler, at (253) 833-9111, ext. 2729.

Benson Hill Co-op (classes for ages birth-5) (253) 833-9111, ext. 4829 First Christian Church 11717 SE 240th St. Kent 98031

Covington Co-op (classes for ages 2-5) (253) 630-0909 Covington Community Church 17455 SE Wax Rd Kent 98042

Campus Montessori Lab and Co-op Preschool (classes for ages 3-5) (253) 833-9111, ext. 2729 Green River College Main Campus, Auburn

Tahoma “Little Gems” Co-op Preschool (classes for ages 18 months-5) (253) 833-9111, ext. 4832 Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church 23855 SE 216th Street Maple Valley 98038

Geography  GEOG& 100

Intro To Geography

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 4643 DEA Scharks T ARR ARR ONLINE

Green River College (253) 833-9111

Hybrid Course GEOG& 100

Intro To Geography

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $17.50.(NR) 4647 DEB Scharks T SH-355 TTh 9-9:50a

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Credit classes

Environmental Science

Fall Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations


Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

F Class offered this quarter only  Class offered online  GEOG 120

Intro To Physical Geog

greenriver.edu (5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $38.00.(NR) 4631 DE Walker D ARR ARR ONLINE

Hybrid Course GEOG& 200

Human Geography

(5)

Credit classes

Intro Physical Geology

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 4681 A Filson R SC-111 MWF 8-9:50a 4683 B Whitehall C SC-101 WF 8-9:50a Whitehall C SC-101 WF 8-9:50a Whitehall C SC-111 T 8-9:50a 4687 C Whitehall C SC-101 WF 8-9:50a Whitehall C SC-101 WF 8-9:50a Whitehall C SC-111 Th 8-9:50a 4691 D Hoppe K SC-111 MWF 10-11:50a 4697 E Hoppe K SC-111 MTTh 1-2:50p 4699 U Garrison C SC-111 MW 6:30-9:30p

Hybrid Course Dinosaurs

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a natural science requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $32.50. (NR) 4667 DEA Hoppe K SC-109 TTh 10-11:50a

 GEOL 106

Dinosaurs

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a natural science requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 4671 DEB Martin R ARR ARR ONLINE

German GERM& 121

German I

(5)

Prerequisite: No previous background in German, or no more than one year of high school German, or no more than two years of high school German with a “C” average or less. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/ English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $3.00.(NR) 4703 A Mumpower P SH-152 Daily 11-11:50a 4707 B Mumpower P SH-152 Daily 12-12:50p

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Total Wellness

(5)

Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $37.50.(NR) 4891 DEA Behrbaum M ARR ARR 4893 DEB Behrbaum M ARR ARR

Food And Health

(3)

Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $21.00.(NR) 4899 DE Behrbaum A ARR ARR

HL ED 190

ONLINE ONLINE

Standard First Aid/Cpr

ONLINE

(3)

Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $30.00. (NR) 4905 KCA Clark L Kent TTh 10:30-11:50a 4903 A Jackson T CH-102 MWF 11-11:50a

Health Science

Geology

GEOL 106

 HL ED 150

 HL ED 180

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science and the diversity course requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $20.50.(NR) 4651 DEA Scharks T SH-110 MTWTh 10-10:50a 4655 DEB Scharks T SH-110 MTWTh 10-10:50a 4659 DEC Scharks T SH-355 MTWTh 11-11:50a

GEOL& 101

Health Education

Hybrid Course H SCI 102

Applied Anatomy

(5)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $22.50.(NR) 4767 DEA Kikillus P SC-239 TTh 1-2:30p 4771 DEB Kikillus P SC-239 TTh 1-2:30p 4759 DEC Johnson T SC-148 M 5-7p Johnson T SC-148 W 3-5p 4763 DED Johnson T SC-148 M 3-5p Johnson T SC-148 W 5-7p

High School Completion

The following courses are taught in a lecture/lab setting, combining lectures, discussions, and videos. Please submit an official copy of your high school transcript to Enrollment Services for evaluation prior to enrolling. Career and Advising Center, ext. 2641.

HSC 020

iGrad Frameworks

(5)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. 4919 A RLC-119 Daily 12-12:50p 4923 B RLC-119 Daily 1-1:50p

HSC 025

Civics And Government

(4)

Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in READ 084 or eligible for READ 094; and eligible for ENGL 081. Additional fee of $5.00.(NR) 4927 A ZWC-105 MTWTh 10-10:50a 4931 B RLC-131 MTWTh 11-11:50a 4935 C ZWC-105 MTWTh 1-1:50p

HSC 033

High School English

Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 4939 A ZWC-105

(5) Daily

11-11:50a


greenriver.edu HIST& 137

High School Completion

Courses are intended for high school completion purposes. Please see an Educational Planner for evaluation of your high school transcript prior to enrolling. Students 19 years and older may be eligible for reduced tuition. Call extension 2641.

HIST 021

U.S. History 1

(5)

Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in READ 084 or eligible for READ 094 and ENGL 081. Additional fee of $1.00.(NR) 4783 A RLC-131 Daily 1-1:50p

HIST 024

Pacific NW/Wash ST Hist

Additional fee of $1.00.(NR) 4791 A Norberg D

 HIST 101

SH-255

The Ancient World

Daily

(5) 11-11:50a

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $36.00.(NR) 4795 DEA Marshman M ARR ARR ONLINE 4799 DEB Marshman M ARR ARR ONLINE

 HIST 103

The Modern World

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science and the diversity course requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $36.00.(NR) 4805 DE Marshman M ARR ARR ONLINE

HIST 135

US Since 1940

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $1.00.(NR) 4815 A Bush D SC-101 Daily 12-12:50p

HIST& 136

US History I

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $1.00.(NR) 4843 A Work D SH-255 Daily 8-8:50a 4856 D SH-355 Daily 12-12:50p 4851 B Norberg D RLC-131 Daily 2-2:50p 4853 C Norberg D RLC-131 Daily 2-2:50p 4857 E Snyder K SH-355 Daily 2-2:50p 4859 U Snyder K SH-255 TTh 7-9:20p

 HIST& 136

US History I

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $36.00.(NR) 4855 DEA Thomason M ARR ARR ONLINE

(5)

 HIST& 137

US History II

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $36.00.(NR) 4875 DEA Thomason M ARR ARR ONLINE

Hybrid Course HIST& 137

US History II

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $18.50.(NR) 4865 DEB Thomason M IVA-108 MTWTh 8-8:50a 4869 DEC Thomason M SH-255 MTWTh 9-9:50a

HIST& 214

Pacific NW History

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $1.00.(NR) 4883 A Norberg D SH-255 Daily 11-11:50a

 HIST 250

The Vietnam War

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 4839 DE Bush D ARR ARR ONLINE

Humanities  HUMAN 110

Backgrnd For Humanities

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/ English requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 4959 DE Nelson E ARR ARR ONLINE

 HUMAN 133

People,Language,Culture

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/ English requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $38.00.(NR) 4963 DEA Mommer E ARR ARR ONLINE 4967 DEB Mommer E ARR ARR ONLINE Item #4967 opens after item #4963 closes.

Hybrid Course

Hybrid Course HIST& 136

US History II

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $1.00.(NR) 4863 A Work D SH-255 Daily 7-7:50a 4867 B Bush D SH-255 Daily 1-1:50p 4871 C Snyder K SH-355 Daily 3-3:50p

US History I

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $18.50.(NR) 4847 DEB Thomason M SH-255 MTWTh 10-10:50a

HUMAN 190

Latin Amer Culture Lit

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/ English and the diversity course requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $22.50.(NR) 4983 DE Fleites-Lear SH-150 M 12-1:15p

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Credit classes

History

Fall Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations


Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

greenriver.edu

F Class offered this quarter only  Class offered online

Industrial Education INDUS 101

Basic Wood Shop

(4)

Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $25.00. (NR) 5551 A Hoffman B TT-302 MTW 2-4p

INDUS 1021

Welding Survey 1

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $12.00.(NR) 5555 A TT-603 Daily 7-8a 5559 B Schreiber S TT-603 Daily 12-1p

INDUS 1022

Welding Survey 2

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $12.00.(NR) 5563 A TT-603 Daily 7-8a 5567 B Schreiber S TT-603 Daily 12-1p

Credit classes

INDUS 1023

Welding Survey 3

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $12.00.(NR) 5571 A TT-603 Daily 7-8a 5575 B Schreiber S TT-603 Daily 12-1p

Information Technology IT 102

Programming Fundamentals

Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 5783 A 5785 B 5786 U Dyck C

IT 114

TC-112 TC-112 TC-116 TC-116 TC-120

MW F MW F MW

CompTIA A+ Prep

Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 5787 A 5791 B 5795 C Jarzabek S 5799 D Jarzabek S

TC-118 TC-118 TC-118 TC-118

(5) 10-11:50a 10-10:50a 1-2:50p 1-1:50p 6-8:20p

(7) Daily Daily Daily Daily

8-9:50a 10-11:50a 1-2:50p 3-4:50p

Hybrid Course IT 114

CompTIA A+ Prep

(7)

Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 5803 DEU TC-118 M 6-9:20p 5807 DEV TC-118 W 6-9:20p

IT 121

Intro To HTML And CSS

Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 5821 A TC-106 TC-106 5825 U TC-120

IT 135

TTh F TTh

CompTIA Security+ Prep

Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 5829 A 5833 B 5837 C

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(5)

TC-106 TC-106 TC-106 TC-106 TC-106 TC-106

10-11:50a 11-11:50a 6-8:20p

(5) TTh F MW F MW F

8-9:50a 9-9:50a 10-11:50a 10-10:50a 1-2:50p 1-1:50p

Hybrid Course IT 135

CompTIA Security+ Prep

(5)

Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 5841 DEU Dunscomb V TC-106 M 6-8:20p 5845 DEV TC-106 W 6-8:20p

IT 141

CS & Work Env For IT Pro

Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 5849 A 5853 B 5857 C 5861 D

TC-112 TC-112 TC-112 TC-112 TC-116 TC-116 TC-116 TC-116

MW F TTh F TTh F MW F

(4) 8-9:50a 8-8:50a 10-11:50a 11-11:50a 1-2:50p 2-2:50p 3-4:50p 3-3:50p

Hybrid Course IT 141

CS & Work Env For IT Pro

(4)

Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 5863 DEU TC-118 T 6-8:50p 5865 DEV TC-118 Th 6-8:50p

IT 175

Student Assistant

(4)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. 5871 A Mason T TC-218 ARR ARR

Hybrid Course IT 201

Database Fundamentals

(5)

Hybrid courses require attendance online and at the Kent Campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 5883 DE Kent T 6:30-8:50p

IT 207

Web Program w/Javascript

(5)

Prerequisite: IT 102 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 5885 A Ostrander T TC-120 TTh 1-2:50p TC-120 F 2-2:50p

IT 210

Intro Routing/Switching

(5)

Prerequisite: IT 131 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 5887 A TC-112 TTh 8-9:50a TC-112 F 9-9:50a 5895 U TC-112 MW 6-8:20p

Hybrid Course IT 220

Software Dev Methods

(5)

Prerequisite: CS& 131 or 141; or instructor’s permission.Hybrid courses require attendance online and at the Kent Campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 5899 DE Kent Th 6:30-8:50p


greenriver.edu

Hybrid Course

Hybrid Course Windows Server Admin II

(5)

Prerequisite: IT 131 and IT 160; or instructor’s permission. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 5901 DE TC-116 T 6-8:20p

FIT 243

Linux Administration II

(5)

Prerequisite: IT 190 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 5903 A TC-106 MW 8-9:50a TC-106 F 8-8:50a 5907 B TC-106 TTh 1-2:50p TC-106 F 2-2:50p 5911 U TC-106 TTh 6-8:20p 5915 V TC-116 MW 6-8:20p

IT 301

Systems Programming

(5)

Prerequisite: CS& 131 or CS& 141; and admission into a bachelor’s degree program. This BAS class follows a separate tuition schedule. See greenriver.edu/tuition for more information. Additional fee of $150.00. (NR) 5923 A TC-120 MW 8-9:50a TC-120 F 8-8:50a

IT 305

Web Dev Frameworks

(5)

Prerequisite: CS 132 or 145; and admission into a bachelor’s degree program. This BAS class follows a separate tuition schedule. See greenriver.edu/tuition for more information. Additional fee of $150.00. (NR) 5927 A TC-120 TTh 8-9:50a TC-120 F 9-9:50a

IT 335

Ntwrk Sec Found/Policies

(5)

Prerequisite: Admission into the BAS in IT program and instructor’s permission. This BAS class follows a separate tuition schedule. See greenriver.edu/tuition for more information. Additional fee of $150.00. (NR) 5935 A Mason T TC-116 MW 10-11:50a Mason T TC-116 F 10-10:50a 5937 B TC-112 TTh 1-3:20p

IT 344

Virtualization & Storage

(5)

Prerequisite: Admission into the BAS in IT program; and instructor’s permission. Recommend: IT 160 or equivalent. This BAS class follows a separate tuition schedule. See greenriver.edu/tuition for more information. Additional fee of $150.00.(NR) 5943 A Mahadevan K TC-116 TTh 10-11:50a Mahadevan K TC-116 F 11-11:50a 5945 B TC-112 MW 1-3:20p

IT 355

Agile Dev Methods

(5)

Prerequisite: IT 328. This BAS class follows a separate tuition schedule. See greenriver.edu/tuition for more information. Additional fee of $150.00.(NR) 5951 A TC-120 MW 10-11:50a TC-120 F 10-10:50a

IT 360

Forensics/Vulnerability

IT 372

Debug, Maint & Evol

(5)

Prerequisite: IT 328. This BAS class follows a separate tuition schedule. See greenriver.edu/tuition for more information. Hybrid courses require attendance online and at the Kent Campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $150.00.(NR) 5955 DE Kent T 6:30-8:50p

IT 390

Mobile Dev/Wireless Net

(5)

Prerequisite: Admission into the BAS in IT program and instructor’s permission. This BAS class follows a separate tuition schedule. See greenriver.edu/tuition for more information. Additional fee of $150.00. (NR) 5963 A TC-116 TTh 8-9:50a TC-116 F 9-9:50a

Hybrid Course IT 410

Design/Support Networks

(5)

Prerequisite: Admission into a BAS in IT program and IT 310 and instructor’s permission. This BAS class follows a separate tuition schedule. See greenriver.edu/tuition for more information. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $150.00.(NR) 5967 DE TC-112 Th 6-8:50p

IT 426

Collaborative Design

(5)

Prerequisite: IT 328. This BAS class follows a separate tuition schedule. See greenriver.edu/tuition for more information. Additional fee of $150.00.(NR) 5971 A TC-120 TTh 10-11:50a TC-120 F 11-11:50a

Hybrid Course IT 426

Collaborative Design

(5)

Prerequisite: IT 328. This BAS class follows a separate tuition schedule. See greenriver.edu/tuition for more information. Hybrid courses require attendance online and at the Kent Campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $150.00.(NR) 5975 DE Kent Th 6:30-8:50p

Hybrid Course IT 460

Threat Analysis

(5)

Prerequisite: Admission into the BAS in IT program, and IT 360, and IT 385 and instructor’s permission. This BAS class follows a separate tuition schedule. See greenriver.edu/tuition for more information. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $150.00.(NR) 5979 DE TC-112 T 6-8:50p

(5)

Prerequisite: Admission into the BAS in IT program and instructor’s permission. This BAS class follows a separate tuition schedule. See greenriver.edu/tuition for more information. Additional fee of $150.00. (NR) 5953 A TC-116 MW 8-9:50a TC-116 F 8-8:50a

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Credit classes

IT 240

Fall Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations


Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

greenriver.edu

F Class offered this quarter only  Class offered online

JOURN 111

Japanese JAPN& 121

Japanese I

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 and no previous background in Japanese, or no more than one year of high school Japanese, or no more than two years of high school Japanese with a “C” average” or less. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $5.00.(NR) 5983 A Kessler J SH-152 Daily 8-8:50a 5987 B Kessler J SH-152 Daily 9-9:50a 5991 U SH-150 TTh 4:45-7:05p

JAPN& 122

Japanese II

(5)

Prerequisite: JAPN& 121 or two years of high school Japanese with a B average or better or instructor’s permission; and eligible for ENGL 099. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $5.00.(NR) 5995 U SH-150 MW 4:45-7:05p

Credit classes

JAPN& 221

Japanese IV

(5)

Prerequisite: JAPN& 123 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $5.00.(NR) 5997 A Kessler J OEB-22 Daily 10-10:50a

Journalism JOURN 1001

News Laboratory 1

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. 5999 A Knowlton J ZWC-105 MWF 12-12:50p 6003 AA Knowlton J ZWC-105 MWF 12-12:50p This section is offered at 3 credits only.

JOURN 1002

News Laboratory 2

Prerequisite: JOURN 100.1. 6007 A Knowlton J ZWC-105 6011 AA Knowlton J ZWC-105 This section is offered at 3 credits only.

JOURN 1003

MWF MWF

News Laboratory 3

Prerequisite: JOURN 100.2. 6015 A Knowlton J ZWC-105 6019 AA Knowlton J ZWC-105 This section is offered at 3 credits only.

 JOURN 101

(5)

Newswriting

12-12:50p 12-12:50p

(5) MWF MWF

12-12:50p 12-12:50p

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 6023 DE Knowlton J ARR ARR ONLINE

JOURN 107

Intro-Video Journalism

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. A digital video camera and flash drive/external hard drive required. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 6031 A Day A HL-148 Daily 12-12:50p

JOURN 110

Radio Laboratory 1

(5)

Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 6035 A Krause T CH-312 TTh 1-2:30p 6039 AA Krause T CH-312 TTh 1-2:30p This section is offered at 3 credits only.

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JOURN 112

(5)

Radio Laboratory 3

(5)

Prerequisite: JOURN 111 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 6051 A Krause T CH-312 TTh 1-2:30p 6055 AA Krause T CH-312 TTh 1-2:30p This section is offered at 3 credits only.

JOURN 120

Digital Radio Lab 1

(5)

Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 6059 A Harger C TC-208 TTh 10-11:30a 6063 AA Harger C TC-208 TTh 10-11:30a This section is offered at 3 credits only.

JOURN 121

Digital Radio Lab 2

(5)

Prerequisite: JOURN 120 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 6067 A Harger C TC-208 TTh 10-11:30a 6071 AA Harger C TC-208 TTh 10-11:30a This section is offered at 3 credits only.

JOURN 122

Digital Radio Lab 3

(5)

Prerequisite: JOURN 121 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 6075 A Harger C TC-208 TTh 10-11:30a 6079 AA Harger C TC-208 TTh 10-11:30a This section is offered at 3 credits only.

FJOURN 150

Intro To Broadcasting

(3)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. 6083 A Krause T CH-312 MWF 1-1:50p

JOURN 151

Radio Production

(3)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $40.00.(NR) 6087 A Krause T CH-312 MWF 2-2:50p Rivers R CH-312 MWF 2-2:50p

FJOURN 153 (5)

Radio Laboratory 2

Prerequisite: JOURN 110 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 6043 A Krause T CH-312 TTh 1-2:30p 6047 AA Krause T CH-312 TTh 1-2:30p This section is offered at 3 credits only.

6091

A

JOURN 200

Broadcast Newswriting

Krause T Rivers R

CH-209 CH-209

MWF MWF

Advanced News Laboratory

(3)

12-12:50p 12-12:50p

(5)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. 6107 A Knowlton J ZWC-105 MWF 12-12:50p 6111 AA Knowlton J ZWC-105 MWF 12-12:50p This section is offered at 3 credits only.

JOURN 205

Radio Management

(5)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 6115 A Krause T SA-201 MWF 2-2:50p 6119 AA Krause T SA-201 MWF 2-2:50p This section is offered at 3 credits only.


greenriver.edu Radio Workshop

(5)

Prerequisite: JOURN 205 and instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 6123 A Krause T SA-201 MWF 2-2:50p 6127 AA Krause T SA-201 MWF 2-2:50p This section is offered at 3 credits only.

JOURN 207

Advanced Radio Workshop

(5)

Prerequisite: JOURN 206 and instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 6131 A Krause T SA-201 MWF 2-2:50p 6135 AA Krause T SA-201 MWF 2-2:50p This section is offered at 3 credits only.

JOURN 251

Journalism Internship 1

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. 6139 A Krause T SA-201 ARR

JOURN 252

Journalism Internship 2

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. 6143 A Krause T SA-201 ARR

(3) ARR

(3) ARR

Library Information Literacy  INFO 110

Info Lit And Research

(2)

This is a pass/no credit course. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $14.00.(NR) 5583 DE Cunnion K ARR ARR ONLINE Late start class begins 10/03/16. 5585 DEA Cunnion K ARR ARR ONLINE Item #5585 opens after item #5583 closes. Late start class begins 10/03/16.

Maintenance Mechatronics MTX 100

Mechatronics 1

(13)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 081, MATH 062, and READ 104; or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 7077 U Pritchard P Kent Acad MTWTh 5-10p

MTX 110

Mechatronics 2

(13)

Prerequisite: MTX 100; and eligible for ENGL 081, MATH 062, and READ 104; or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 7079 U Pritchard P Kent Acad MTWTh 5-10p

MTX 120

Mechatronics 3

(13)

Prerequisite: MTX 110; and eligible for ENGL 081, MATH 062, and READ 104; or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 7081 U Pritchard P Kent Acad MTWTh 5-10p

MTX 130

Mechatronics 4

(13)

Prerequisite: MTX 120; and eligible for ENGL 081, MATH 062, and READ 104; or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 7083 U Pritchard P Kent Acad MTWTh 5-10p

Manufacturing Technology MFG 101

Intro To MACH And MFG

(13)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $75.00.(NR) 6743 A McCuaig J TT-501 Daily 8a-12p 6747 B Chinn B TT-501 Daily 1-5p 6751 C Fullerton G TT-501 F 5-9p Fullerton G TT-501 SaSu 8a-4:30p 6755 U Tagliente T TT-501 MTWTh 5-10p

MFG 102

Conventional Mill/Turn

(13)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $75.00.(NR) 6759 A McCuaig J TT-501 Daily 8a-12p 6763 B Chinn B TT-501 Daily 1-5p 6767 C Fullerton G TT-501 F 5-9p Fullerton G TT-501 SaSu 8a-4:30p 6771 U Tagliente T TT-501 MTWTh 5-10p

MFG 103

Conv And CNC Mach Level1

(13)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $75.00.(NR) 6775 A McCuaig J TT-501 Daily 8a-12p 6779 B Chinn B TT-501 Daily 1-5p 6783 C Fullerton G TT-501 F 5-9p Fullerton G TT-501 SaSu 8a-4:30p 6787 U Tagliente T TT-501 MTWTh 5-10p

MFG 104

Conv And CNC Mach Lev 2

(13)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $75.00.(NR) 6791 A McCuaig J TT-501 Daily 8a-12p 6795 B Chinn B TT-501 Daily 1-5p 6799 C Fullerton G TT-501 F 5-9p Fullerton G TT-501 SaSu 8a-4:30p 6803 U Tagliente T TT-501 MTWTh 5-10p

MFG 105

Intermediate CNC Mach

(13)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $75.00.(NR) 6807 A McCuaig J TT-501 Daily 8a-12p 6811 B Chinn B TT-501 Daily 1-5p 6815 C Fullerton G TT-501 F 5-9p Fullerton G TT-501 SaSu 8a-4:30p 6819 U Tagliente T TT-501 MTWTh 5-10p

MFG 106

Special Machining Pract

(13)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $75.00.(NR) 6823 A McCuaig J TT-501 Daily 8a-12p 6827 B Chinn B TT-501 Daily 1-5p 6831 C Fullerton G TT-501 F 5-9p Fullerton G TT-501 SaSu 8a-4:30p 6835 U Tagliente T TT-501 MTWTh 5-10p

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Credit classes

JOURN 206

Fall Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations


Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

F Class offered this quarter only  Class offered online

greenriver.edu

Mathematics MATH 062

MATH 070 Review Of Arithmetic

(5)

Prerequisite: BASIC 053 or appropriate placement score. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 6151 AA CH-207 Daily 9-9:50a 6155 BB IVC-109 Daily 1-1:50p

Hybrid Course

The primary instruction uses computer software. There will also be a fee of $8 per class. Attendance the first week of class is mandatory and required for testing. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning.

MATH 062

Review Of Arithmetic

(5)

Credit classes

Prerequisite: BASIC 053 or appropriate placement score. Additional fee of $8.00.(NR) 6159 DEA IVC-102 Daily 7-7:50a 6163 DEB IVC-102 Daily 9-9:50a 6167 DEC Enumclaw TTh 9:30-11:50a 6171 DED IVC-102 Daily 10-10:50a 6175 DEE Kent TTh 10:30a-12:50p 6179 DEF IVC-102 Daily 1-1:50p 6189 DEJ Kent TTh 1-3:20p 6183 DEG IVC-102 MW 2-4:20p 6203 DUU Kent MW 4-6:20p 6191 DEU IVC-102 MW 4:30-6:50p 6195 DEV Enumclaw MW 4:30-6:50p 6199 DEW Kent MW 6:30-8:50p

 MATH 062

Review Of Arithmetic

(5)

Prerequisite: BASIC 053 or appropriate placement score. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Orientation session on 09/19/15, 12-1p in IVC102. Additional fee of $37.00.(NR) 6187 DEH ARR ARR ONLINE

MATH 062J

Jump Start Into Math 062

This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 6207 A Pahlow S IVC-109 MTWTh Pahlow S IVC-109 F Class begins 09/12/16 and ends 09/16/16.

(2) 8a-12:30p 8-9:50a

The primary instruction uses computer software. There will also be a fee of $8 per class. Attendance the first week of class is mandatory and required for testing. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning.

Pre-Algebra

(5)

Prerequisite: MATH 062 with a grade of 2.5 or higher OR appropriate placement test score OR high school transcript evaluation. Additional fee of $8.00.(NR) 6227 DEA IVC-102 Daily 7-7:50a 6231 DEB IVC-102 Daily 8-8:50a 6235 DEC Enumclaw TTh 9:30-11:50a 6239 DED Kent TTh 10:30a-12:50p 6243 DEF IVC-102 Daily 11-11:50a 6249 DEH Kent TTh 1-3:20p 6247 DEG IVC-102 MW 2-4:20p 6271 DUU Kent MW 4-6:20p 6259 DEU IVC-102 MW 4:30-6:50p 6263 DEV Enumclaw MW 4:30-6:50p 6267 DEW Kent MW 6:30-8:50p

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MATH 070J

Jump Start Into Math 070

This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 6275 A Pahlow S IVC-109 MTWTh Pahlow S IVC-109 F Class begins 09/12/16 and ends 09/16/16.

MATH 072

Elementary Algebra

(2) 8a-12:30p 8-9:50a

(5)

Prerequisite: MATH 070 with a grade of 2.5 or higher OR appropriate placement test score OR high school transcript evaluation. Recommended: Eligible for READ 104. Graphing calculator required. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 6287 AA ZWC-107 Daily 8-8:50a 6295 BB CH-208 Daily 9-9:50a 6347 CC CH-208 Daily 10-10:50a 6351 DD IVC-108 Daily 11-11:50a 6355 EE CH-214 Daily 1-1:50p 6363 UU CH-202 MTTh 5:10-6:35p 6367 VV CH-202 MW 7:15-9:35p

Learning Community: Accelerated Algebra

Meeting two hours per day for ten credits, this course will cover MATH 072 and 097 in a single quarter. Students who are prepared to move at this accelerated pace and are willing to commit the necessary time will be able to shorten their path through their math courses.

MATH 072

Elementary Algebra

(5)

Prerequisite: MATH 070 with a grade of 2.5 or higher OR appropriate placement test score OR high school transcript evaluation. Recommended: Eligible for READ 104. Graphing calculator required. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 6359 LCA Pahlow S CH-204 Daily 10-11:50a Must also register for MATH 097 LCA item #6467.

Hybrid Course

Hybrid Course

MATH 070

Pre-Algebra

Prerequisite: MATH 062 with a grade of 2.5 or higher OR appropriate placement test score OR high school transcript evaluation. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 6219 AA CH-112 Daily 11-11:50a 6223 BB CH-208 Daily 1-1:50p

The primary instruction uses computer software. There will also be a fee of $8 per class. Attendance the first week of class is mandatory and required for testing. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning.

MATH 072

Elementary Algebra

(5)

Prerequisite: MATH 070 with a grade of 2.5 or higher OR appropriate placement test score OR high school transcript evaluation. Recommended: Eligible for READ 104. Graphing calculator required. Additional fee of $8.00.(NR) 6299 DEA IVC-102 Daily 7-7:50a 6303 DEB IVC-102 Daily 9-9:50a 6307 DEC Enumclaw TTh 9:30-11:50a 6311 DED IVC-102 Daily 10-10:50a 6315 DEE Kent TTh 10:30a-12:50p 6319 DEF IVC-102 Daily 1-1:50p 6325 DEH Kent TTh 1-3:20p 6323 DEG IVC-102 MW 2-4:20p 6339 DUU Kent MW 4-6:20p 6327 DEU IVC-102 MW 4:30-6:50p 6331 DEV Enumclaw MW 4:30-6:50p 6335 DEW Kent MW 6:30-8:50p


greenriver.edu Jump Start Into Math 072

This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 6375 A Pahlow S IVC-109 MTWTh Pahlow S IVC-109 F Class begins 09/12/16 and ends 09/16/16.

MATH 097

Intermediate Algebra

(2) 8a-12:30p 8-9:50a

(5)

Prerequisite: Either MATH 072, 085 or 116T with a grade of 2.5 or higher OR appropriate placement test score OR high school transcript evaluation. Recommended: Eligible for READ 104. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 6387 AA CH-112 Daily 7-7:50a 6391 BB CH-312 Daily 8-8:50a 6399 CC IVC-109 Daily 9-9:50a 6451 DD IVC-108 Daily 10-10:50a 6455 EE IVC-109 Daily 11-11:50a 6459 FF CH-201 Daily 1-1:50p 6471 UU CH-201 MW 7:15-9:35p

Learning Community: Accelerated Algebra

Meeting two hours per day for ten credits, this course will cover MATH 072 and 097 in a single quarter. Students who are prepared to move at this accelerated pace and are willing to commit the necessary time will be able to shorten their path through their math courses.

MATH 097

Intermediate Algebra

(5)

Prerequisite: Either MATH 072, 085 or 116T with a grade of 2.5 or higher OR appropriate placement test score OR high school transcript evaluation. Recommended: Eligible for READ 104. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 6467 LCA Pahlow S CH-204 Daily 10-11:50a Must also register for MATH 072 LCA item #6359.

Hybrid Course

The primary instruction uses computer software. There will also be a fee of $8 per class. Attendance the first week of class is mandatory and required for testing. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning.

MATH 097

Intermediate Algebra

(5)

Prerequisite: Either MATH 072, 085 or 116T with a grade of 2.5 or higher OR appropriate placement test score OR high school transcript evaluation. Recommended: Eligible for READ 104. Additional fee of $8.00.(NR) 6403 DEA IVC-102 Daily 7-7:50a 6407 DEB IVC-102 Daily 8-8:50a 6411 DEC Enumclaw TTh 9:30-11:50a 6415 DED Kent TTh 10:30a-12:50p 6419 DEE IVC-102 Daily 11-11:50a 6425 DEG Kent TTh 1-3:20p 6423 DEF IVC-102 MW 2-4:20p 6447 DUU Kent MW 4-6:20p 6435 DEU IVC-102 MW 4:30-6:50p 6439 DEV Enumclaw MW 4:30-6:50p 6443 DEW Kent MW 6:30-8:50p

MATH 097J

Jump Start Into Math 097

This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 6475 A Pahlow S IVC-109 MTWTh Pahlow S IVC-109 F Class begins 09/12/16 and ends 09/16/16.

(2) 8a-12:30p 8-9:50a

FMATH 106

Essentials: Pre-Calculus

(5)

Prerequisite: Completion of high school pre-calculus with trigonometry with a B average or higher within the last two years OR appropriate placement score OR instructor’s permission. Graphing calculator required. Satisfies a quantitative skills or natural science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 6483 A CH-204 Daily 8-8:50a

MATH& 107

Math In Society

(5)

Prerequisite: MATH 097 with a grade of 2.0 or higher OR appropriate placement test score OR high school transcript evaluation. Satisfies a quantitative skills or natural science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 6555 A CH-112 Daily 10-10:50a 6563 U CH-202 TTh 7:15-9:35p

Hybrid Course MATH& 107

Math In Society

(5)

Prerequisite: MATH 097 with a grade of 2.0 or higher OR appropriate placement test score OR high school transcript evaluation. Satisfies a quantitative skills or natural science requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $19.50.(NR) 6559 DE CH-203 W 2:15-3:40p

MATH& 141

Precalculus I

(5)

Prerequisite: Either MATH 097 or MATH 117T with a grade of 2.5 or higher OR appropriate placement score OR high school transcript evaluation. Graphing calculator required. Satisfies a quantitative skills or natural science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 6571 A CH-209 Daily 7-7:50a 6575 B RLC-128 Daily 8-8:50a 6579 C CH-209 Daily 8-8:50a 6583 D CH-201 Daily 9-9:50a 6587 DD CH-209 Daily 9-9:50a 6619 KCA Kent Daily 9-9:50a 6595 EA Enumclaw MW 9:40a-12p 6591 E CH-209 Daily 10-10:50a 6599 F CH-202 Daily 10-10:50a 6603 G CH-201 Daily 10-10:50a 6607 H CH-209 Daily 11-11:50a 6611 J CH-112 Daily 1-1:50p 6615 K CH-204 Daily 2-2:50p 6623 L IVC-109 MTWTh 3-4:05p 6627 U CH-113 MW 7:15-9:35p

MATH& 142

Precalculus II

(5)

Prerequisite: MATH& 141 with a grade of 2.0 or higher OR appropriate placement score OR high school transcript evaluation. Graphing calculator required. Satisfies a quantitative skills or natural science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 6631 A CH-112 Daily 8-8:50a 6635 B CH-113 Daily 10-10:50a 6639 C IVC-109 Daily 10-10:50a 6647 D CH-113 Daily 1-1:50p 6643 E CH-113 MTTh 2:15-3:40p

MATH& 146

Intro To Statistics

(5)

Prerequisite: MATH 097 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Recommended: Eligible for READ 104. Satisfies a quantitative skills or natural science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 6649 A Nelson D CH-203 TTh 2-4:25p

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Credit classes

MATH 072J

Fall Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations


Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

F Class offered this quarter only  Class offered online MATH 147

Finite Math-Bus/S Scienc

greenriver.edu (5)

Prerequisite: MATH 097 with a grade of 2.0 or higher OR appropriate placement test score OR instructor’s permission OR high school transcript evaluation. Graphing calculator required. Satisfies a quantitative skills or natural science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 6495 A CH-113 Daily 8-8:50a 6499 B CH-113 Daily 9-9:50a 6503 C CH-201 MTTh 2:15-3:40p 6511 U CH-113 TTh 7:15-9:35p

 MATH 147

Finite Math-Bus/S Scienc

(5)

Prerequisite: MATH 097 with a grade of 2.0 or higher OR appropriate placement test score OR instructor’s permission OR high school transcript evaluation. Graphing calculator required. Satisfies a quantitative skills or natural science requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Orientation session on 09/19/16, 12-1p in CH203. Additional fee of $37.00.(NR) 6507 DE Nelson D ARR ARR ONLINE

Credit classes

MATH& 148

Business Calculus

(5)

Prerequisite: MATH 147 with a grade of 2.0 or higher OR appropriate placement score OR high school transcript evaluation OR instructor’s permission. Graphing calculator required. Satisfies a quantitative skills or natural science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 6651 A CH-204 Daily 1-1:50p

MATH& 151

Calculus I

(5)

Prerequisite: MATH& 142 or MATH 106 with a grade of 2.0 or higher or appropriate placement score OR instructor’s permission OR high school transcript evaluation. Graphing calculator required. Satisfies a quantitative skills or natural science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 6659 A CH-203 Daily 7-7:50a 6663 B IVC-109 Daily 8-8:50a 6667 C CH-203 Daily 8-8:50a 6691 KCA Kent Daily 8-8:50a 6671 D CH-203 Daily 9-9:50a 6675 E CH-214 Daily 10-10:50a 6679 F CH-202 Daily 1-1:50p 6687 G ZWC-107 Daily 1-1:50p 6683 H CH-209 Daily 2-2:50p 6695 U CH-203 MW 7:15-9:35p

MATH& 152

Calculus II

(5)

Prerequisite: MATH& 151 with a grade of 2.0 or higher OR appropriate placement score OR high school transcript evaluation OR instructor’s permission. Graphing calculator required. Satisfies a quantitative skills or natural science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 6699 A CH-202 Daily 8-8:50a 6703 B CH-202 Daily 9-9:50a 6707 C CH-113 Daily 11-11:50a 6711 D IVC-108 Daily 1-1:50p

MATH& 153

Calculus III

(5)

Prerequisite: MATH& 152 with a grade of 2.0 or higher OR appropriate placement score OR instructor’s permission. Graphing calculator required. Satisfies a quantitative skills or natural science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 6715 A CH-201 Daily 8-8:50a 6719 B CH-204 Daily 9-9:50a 6723 C CH-201 Daily 11-11:50a

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MATH& 171

Math For Elem Educ I

(5)

Prerequisite: MATH 097 with a grade of 2.5 or higher OR appropriate placement test score OR instructor’s permission OR high school transcript evaluation. Satisfies a natural science or quantitative skills requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $5.00.(NR) 6727 A CH-312 Daily 9-9:50a

MATH 238

Differential Equations

(5)

Prerequisite: MATH& 254 with a grade of 2.0 or higher OR instructor’s permission. Graphing calculator required. Satisfies a quantitative skills or natural science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 6527 A CH-202 Daily 11-11:50a

MATH 240

Topics In Linear Algebra

(5)

Prerequisite: MATH& 152 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Graphing calculator required. Satisfies a quantitative skills or natural science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 6531 A CH-214 Daily 11-11:50a

MATH& 254

Calculus IV

(5)

Prerequisite: MATH& 153 with a grade of 2.0 or higher OR instructor’s permission. Graphing calculator required. Satisfies a quantitative skills or natural science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 6731 A CH-112 Daily 9-9:50a 6735 B CH-209 Daily 1-1:50p 6739 U CH-204 TTh 7:15-9:35p

MATH 256

Statistics-Bus/Soc Sci

(5)

Prerequisite: Either MATH& 141 or 147 or MATH 106 with a grade of 2.0 or higher OR instructor’s permission. Recommend: Eligible for READ 104. Graphing calculator required. Satisfies a quantitative skills or natural science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $5.00.(NR) 6535 A IVC-108 Daily 8-8:50a 6539 B IVC-108 Daily 9-9:50a 6543 C CH-203 Daily 10-10:50a 6547 D CH-203 Daily 11-11:50a 6551 E CH-203 Daily 1-1:50p


greenriver.edu MUSC 108

Intro To Computer Music

(5)

The Math Division offers a series of 2 credit modules designed to supplement or review topics from Math 062,070, 072, 097. These pass/ no credit modules by themselves DO NOT meet the prerequisite for the next class.

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 6895 A Bayer R RLC-145 Daily 11-11:50a

Students will work with a software package for 40 hours (or 20 for one credit) on the topics in mathematics that need review. This will be decided on an individual basis. They will investigate the resources that the Math Division offers, including videos, computers, supplementary books, and/or drop-in tutoring. Students will be required to keep a log of their activities and must document a minimum of 22 hours to receive one credit, 44 hours for two credits. They will also be required to turn in copies of all work associated with the resources. Two written papers will make up the remainder of the time for the course.

Prerequisite: MUSC 108 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 6899 A Bayer R RLC-145 Daily 11-11:50a

You are encouraged to register for a Math Module if: 1. You need extra practice to help you succeed while taking one of the math classes listed above.; or 2. You are not yet taking another math class, but you want to build specific skills to prepare you for a math course.

MUSC 118

Satisfies an activity or a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $15.00.(NR) 6907 A Eisenhour K PA-125 Daily 9-9:50a

Students must attend a 50-minute orientation session on 09/20/16 from 3-3:50p in CH-316.

Prerequisite: MUSC 118. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $15.00.(NR) 6911 A Eisenhour K PA-125 Daily 9-9:50a

MATH 062R

Review Arithmetic-R Mod

This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 6211 A Hallstone D ARR ARR

MATH 070R

Pre-Algebra Resource-Mod

This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $12.00.(NR) 6279 A Hallstone D ARR ARR

MATH 072R

Elem Algebra-Resource Mo

This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 6379 A Hallstone D ARR ARR

MATH 097R

Interm Algebra-Resource

This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 6479 A Hallstone D ARR ARR

(2) ARR

(2) ARR

(2) ARR

(2) ARR

Music MUSC 103

American Popular Music

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. 6887 A Jumper J RLC-128 Daily 1-1:50p

 MUSC 104

Music In World Culture

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 6891 DE Campbell G ARR ARR ONLINE

MUSC& 105

Music Appreciation

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. 7043 A RLC-128 Daily 11-11:50a 7047 B RLC-128 Daily 2-2:50p

 MUSC& 105

Music Appreciation

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 7051 DE Eisenhour K ARR ARR ONLINE 7053 DEA Eisenhour K ARR ARR ONLINE Item #7053 opens after item #7051 closes.

MUSC 109

MUSC 110

Interm Computer Music

Advanced Computer Music

(5)

(5)

Prerequisite: MUSC 109 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 6903 A Bayer R RLC-145 Daily 11-11:50a

MUSC 119

MUSC 120

Concert Choir 1

Concert Choir 2

Concert Choir 3

(3)

(3)

(3)

Prerequisite: MUSC 119. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $15.00.(NR) 6915 A Eisenhour K PA-125 Daily 9-9:50a

MUSC& 121

Ear Training 1

(2)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. 7063 A Bayer R RLC-145 TTh 9-9:50a Must also register for MUSC& 131 A, item #7071. 7067 B Bayer R RLC-145 TTh 10-10:50a Must also register for MUSC& 131 B, item #7075.

MUSC 125

Vocal Coaching

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $5.00.(NR) 6919 A Eisenhour K PA-125 Daily 10-10:50a

MUSC 127

Green River Jazz Voices1

(5)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Satisfies an activity or humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional hours required for rehearsals and concerts. Additional fee of $15.00.(NR) 6923 A Eisenhour K PA-125 MWF 11a-12:50p

MUSC 128

Green River Jazz Voices2

(5)

Prerequisite: MUSC 127 and instructor’s permission. Additional hours required for rehearsals and concerts. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/ English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $15.00.(NR) 6927 A Eisenhour K PA-125 MWF 11a-12:50p

MUSC 129

Green River Jazz Voices3

(5)

Prerequisite: MUSC 128 and instructor’s permission. Additional hours required for rehearsals and concerts. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/ English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $15.00.(NR) 6931 A Eisenhour K PA-125 MWF 11a-12:50p

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Credit classes

Math Resource Modules - Lab

Fall Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations


Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

F Class offered this quarter only  Class offered online MUSC 1301

Private Instruction 1

greenriver.edu (1)

MUSC 220

Concert Choir 6

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Satisfies an activity or a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Fee $350.00. 6935 A Eisenhour K ARR ARR ARR

Prerequisite: MUSC 219. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $15.00.(NR) 7015 A Eisenhour K PA-125 Daily 9-9:50a

MUSC 1302

Prerequisite: MUSC 130.1 and instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Fee $350.00. 6939 A Eisenhour K ARR ARR ARR

Prerequisite: MUSC 129 and instructor’s permission. Additional hours required for rehearsals and concerts. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/ English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $15.00.(NR) 7019 A Eisenhour K PA-125 MWF 11a-12:50p

MUSC 1303

MUSC 228

Private Instruction 2

Private Instruction 3

(1)

(1)

Prerequisite: MUSC 130.2 and instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Fee $350.00. 6943 A Eisenhour K ARR ARR ARR

MUSC& 131

Music Theory 1

(3)

Credit classes

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 7071 A Bayer R RLC-145 MWF 9-9:50a Must also register for MUSC& 121 A, item #7063. 7075 B Bayer R RLC-145 MWF 10-10:50a Muat also register for MUSC& 121 B, item #7067.

MUSC 140

Class Piano 2

(2)

Prerequisite: MUSC 140. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $15.00.(NR) 6967 A Swienty J RLC-145 MW 12-12:50p 6971 B Swienty J RLC-145 TTh 12-12:50p 6975 C Swienty J RLC-145 MW 1-1:50p 6979 D Swienty J RLC-145 TTh 1-1:50p 6983 E Swienty J RLC-145 TTh 2-2:50p 6985 F Swienty J RLC-145 MW 2-2:50p

MUSC 142

(2)

Satisfies an activity or a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $15.00.(NR) 6947 A Swienty J RLC-145 MW 12-12:50p 6951 B Swienty J RLC-145 TTh 12-12:50p 6955 C Swienty J RLC-145 MW 1-1:50p 6959 D Swienty J RLC-145 TTh 1-1:50p 6963 E Swienty J RLC-145 TTh 2-2:50p 6965 F Swienty J RLC-145 MW 2-2:50p

MUSC 141

Class Piano 1

Class Piano 3

(2)

Prerequisite: MUSC 141. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $15.00.(NR) 6987 A Swienty J RLC-145 MW 12-12:50p 6991 B Swienty J RLC-145 TTh 12-12:50p 6995 C Swienty J RLC-145 MW 1-1:50p 6999 D Swienty J RLC-145 TTh 1-1:50p 7003 E Swienty J RLC-145 TTh 2-2:50p 7005 F Swienty J RLC-145 MW 2-2:50p

MUSC 218

Concert Choir 4

(3)

Prerequisite: MUSC 120. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $15.00.(NR) 7007 A Eisenhour K PA-125 Daily 9-9:50a

MUSC 219

Concert Choir 5

(3)

Prerequisite: MUSC 218. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $15.00.(NR) 7011 A Eisenhour K PA-125 Daily 9-9:50a

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MUSC 227

Green River Jazz Voices4

Green River Jazz Voices5

(5)

(5)

Prerequisite: MUSC 227 and instructor’s permission. Additional hours required for rehearsals and concerts. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/ English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $15.00.(NR) 7023 A Eisenhour K PA-125 MWF 11a-12:50p

MUSC 229

Green River Jazz Voices6

(5)

Prerequisite: MUSC 228 and instructor’s permission. Additional hours required for rehearsals and concerts. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/ English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $15.00.(NR) 7027 A Eisenhour K PA-125 MWF 11a-12:50p

MUSC 2301

Private Instruction 4

(1)

Prerequisite: MUSC 130.3 and instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Fee $350.00. 7031 A Eisenhour K ARR ARR ARR

MUSC 2302

Private Instruction 5

(1)

Prerequisite: MUSC 230.1 and instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Fee $350.00. 7035 A Eisenhour K ARR ARR ARR

MUSC 2303

Private Instruction 6

(1)

Prerequisite: MUSC 230.2 and instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Fee $350.00. 7039 A Eisenhour K ARR ARR ARR

Natural Resources NATRS 100

Intro-Natural Resources

(5)

Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 or concurrent enrollment or instructor’s permission. NATRS 172 or concurrent enrollment, and instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7087 A Priebe M CH-101 TThF 10-11:50a

NATRS 114

Chainsaw Oper/Maint

(1)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 7089 A Sjogren R CH-101 SaSu 8a-5p

NATRS 192

Gis-Natural Resources

(5)

Prerequisite: Second year Natural Resources students must complete one of the following courses: NATRS 172 and (MATH 072 or MATH 097); or instructor’spermission. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 7093 A CH-108 TTh 11a-1p CH-108 F 10a-1p

NATRS 205

Wildland Recreation

(4)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 and NATRS 172 and instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 7095 A Sjogren R CH-101 M 8a-5p Sjogren R CH-101 W 8a-12p


greenriver.edu Stream/Wetland Restore

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101; and NATRS 100 and NATRS 172 or concurrent enrollment; and instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 7097 A CH-109 W 1-5p CH-109 F 1-3p

FNATRS 272

Fish Ident And Habitat

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $5.00.(NR) 7103 A McDaniel M CH-109 T McDaniel M CH-109 Sa

FNATRS 292

Resource Appraisal

(5) 5-7p 8a-1p

(8)

Prerequisite: ENGL 099 or concurrent enrollment and NATRS 172 or equivalent and concurrent enrollment. NATRS 181 with a grade of 1.5 or higher and NATRS 182 or concurrent enrollment, and instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 7111 A Sjogren R CH-109 M 8a-5p Sjogren R CH-109 TTh 1-5p

NATRS 2941

Natrs Internship 1

(4)

Prerequisite: NATRS 290 and instructor’s permission. This is a pass/no credit course. 7115 A Sjogren R ARR ARR ARR

NATRS 2942

Natrs Internship 2

(4)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. 7117 A Sjogren R ARR ARR ARR

NATRS 2943

Natrs Internship 3

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. 7119 A Sjogren R ARR ARR ARR

NATRS 2944

Natrs Internship 4

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. 7121 A Sjogren R ARR ARR ARR

NATRS 390

Env Decisions & Conflict

(5)

Prerequisite: ENGL 128 and instructor’s permission. This BAS class follows a separate tuition schedule. See greenriver.edu/tuition for more information. Additional fee of $25.00.(NR) 7123 A CH-101 M 8a-1p

FNATRS 399

Natrs Seminar

(1)

Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 and instructor’s permission. This BAS class follows a separate tuition schedule. See greenriver.edu/tuition for more information. Additional fee of $5.00.(NR) 7127 A CH-109 Th 3-5p

NATRS 4172

Gis Applications 2

(1)

Prerequisite: NATRS 192. Concurrent enrollment with NATRS 493 and instructor’s permission. This BAS class follows a separate tuition schedule. See greenriver.edu/tuition for more information. Additional fee of $25.00.(NR) 7131 A CH-108 Th 1-5p

FNATRS 471

Restoration Techniques

(5)

Prerequisite: ENGL 128 and instructor’s permission. This BAS class follows a separate tuition schedule. See greenriver.edu/tuition for more information. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 7135 A CH-101 MT 1-5p

NATRS 493

Advanced Silviculture

(5)

Prerequisite: ENGL 128 and NATRS 180 or concurrent enrollment in MATH& 146. Concurrent enrollment in NATRS 417.2 and instructor’s permission. This BAS class follows a separate tuition schedule. See greenriver.edu/tuition for more information. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 7139 A CH-101 Th 8a-1p CH-101 W 1-5p

Nursing FNURSE 101

Intro-Computers-Nursing

(1)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $100.00.(NR) 7167 A Baker S SC-137 M 1:30-2:30p 7171 B Baker S SC-137 T 1:30-2:30p

FNURSE 104

Nursing 1-Fundamentals

(6)

Prerequisite: Completion of pre-admission requirements. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 7179 A Baker S SC-137 WTh 8-11a Egesi L SC-137 WTh 8-11a 7183 B Baker S SC-137 WTh 8-11a Egesi L SC-137 WTh 8-11a

FNURSE 105

Community Lab 1

(4)

Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in NURSE 104 and instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $100.00.(NR) 7187 A Baker S SC-137 T 7191 B Egesi L SC-137 M 7195 C Hatfield J SC-137 T 7199 D SC-137 M 7201 E SC-137 ARR

ARR ARR ARR ARR ARR

Hybrid Course FNURSE 116

Nurs Issues/Delivery Sys

(3)

Prerequisite: NURSE 104. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 7203 DE Goldmann M SC-137 W 1-4p

NURSE 127

Safety Aids/CPR

Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7207 A Saylor D Egesi L 7211 B Saylor D Egesi L

SC-134 SC-134 SC-134 SC-134

(2) Daily Daily Daily Daily

8a-4p 8a-4p 8a-4p 8a-4p

47

Credit classes

NATRS 271

Fall Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations


Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

F Class offered this quarter only  Class offered online

greenriver.edu

Nursing Assistant NRS A 110

Nurse Assistant Theory

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 7143 A Saylor D SC-134 Daily 7147 B Saylor D SC-134 Daily

NRS A 111

Nurse Assistant Skill

(6) 8a-4p 8a-4p

(4)

Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in NRS A 110. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 7151 A Saylor D SC-134 Daily 8a-4p 7155 B SC-134 Daily 8a-4p

Nutrition Hybrid Course

Credit classes

NUTR& 101

(5)

Occupational Therapy Intro To Occ Therapy

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7219 A Jackson D SC-158 TTh 2:30-4p

FO T 110

Fund Of OT Health Care

(4)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $75.00.(NR) 7223 A Porras M SC-158 T 9a-12p Porras M SC-158 Th 10a-12p 7227 B Porras M SC-158 T 9a-12p Porras M SC-158 Th 8-10a

O T 178

Application Of OT 2

(1)

Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission and concurrent enrollment in O T 225. This is a pass/no credit course. 7237 A Porras M ARR ARR ARR

O T 200

Therapeutic Activities 1

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $15.00.(NR) 7243 A Finnsson L SC-148 ARR 7247 B Finnsson L SC-148 ARR

(3) ARR ARR

Hybrid Course O T 202

Ethics/Society-Practice

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $22.50.(NR) 7255 DEA Henry M SC-148 Th 1-4p

48

O T 202

Ethics/Society-Practice

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $22.50.(NR) 7257 DE Henry M SC-148 T 1-4p

Hybrid Course O T 223

Therapeutic Practices

(3)

Prerequisite: O T 114 and 118. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $15.50.(NR) 7259 DEA Finnsson L SC-158 ARR ARR

O T 225

Nutrition

Prerequisite: AP 100, AP 103 or BIOL& 160. Satisfies a natural science requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $27.50.(NR) 7215 DE Egesi L SC-137 F 1-3p

O T 100

Hybrid Course

Clinical Seminar 2

(1)

Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission and concurrent enrollment in O T 178. 7263 U Porras M SC-148 W 5-6p

O T 230

Therapeutic Group Leader

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. 7267 A SC-158 F 7269 B Jackson D SC-158 F

O T 233

Clinical Skills Training

(2) 9a-12p 1-4p

(2)

Prerequisite: O T 114, 116, 118, 124, and 126. Concurrent enrollment in O T 223. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7268 A Finnsson L SC-148 ARR ARR 7270 B Finnsson L SC-148 ARR ARR

Hybrid Course O T 240

Therapeutic Adaptations

(5)

Prerequisite: O T 200 or instructor’s permission. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $40.00.(NR) 7271 DE Moore J SC-148 Th 5-10p

O T 245

Pre-Fieldwork Exper Sem

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7273 U Porras M SC-158 W

(2) 7-9p

Oceanography OCEA& 101

Intro To Oceanography

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $7.00.(NR) 7293 A SC-101 M 1-2:50p SC-111 WF 1-2:50p 7295 U Shaw K SC-111 TTh 6:30-9:30p


greenriver.edu  PHIL 112

Philosophy PHIL& 101

Intro To Philosophy

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 7801 A Barnes T IVA-109 Daily 10-10:50a 7803 B Jeffery A SH-252 Daily 12-12:50p 7815 U Cochran A SH-254 MW 4:45-7:05p

PHIL& 101

Intro To Philosophy

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $19.50.(NR) 7811 DE Murphy S IVA-109 MTWTh 1-1:50p

PHIL 102

Contemp Moral Problems

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 7751 A Ferrucci A RLC-128 Daily 12-12:50p 7755 KCA Johanson S Kent MW 10:30a-12:50p

 PHIL 102

Contemp Moral Problems

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver. edu/elearning. Additional fee of $37.00.(NR) 7753 DE Will M ARR ARR ONLINE

FPHIL 103

Hist Survey-Ancient Phil

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 7759 A Hoeller K IVA-109 Daily 11-11:50a

Hybrid Course PHIL 110

Social/Political Phil

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. A Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. dditional fee of $19.50.(NR) 7763 DE Murphy S CH-308 MWF 12-12:50p

Technology And Value

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/ English requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $19.50.(NR) 7765 DE Ferreira R SC-101 TThF 1-1:50p

(5)

Critical Thinking

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 7773 A Hoeller K SH-254 Daily 8-8:50a

Critical Thinking

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver. edu/elearning. Additional fee of $37.00.(NR) 7777 DE Ferreira R ARR ARR ONLINE

Hybrid Course PHIL 115

Critical Thinking

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $19.50.(NR) 7775 DEA Ferrucci A CH-308 WF 1-1:50p

PHIL& 120

Symbolic Logic

(5)

Prerequisite: MATH 097 with a grade of 2.0 or higher or eligible for MATH& 107 or higher. Satisfies a natural science or quantitative skills requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 7827 A Jeffery A SH-254 Daily 9-9:50a 7831 B Jeffery A CH-212 Daily 10-10:50a 7833 C Barnes T SH-254 Daily 11-11:50a

 PHIL& 120

Symbolic Logic

(5)

Prerequisite: MATH 097 with a grade of 2.0 or higher or eligible for MATH& 107 or higher. Satisfies a natural science or quantitative skills requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $37.00.(NR) 7839 DEA Barnes T ARR ARR ONLINE 7843 DEB Johanson S ARR ARR ONLINE Item #7843 opens after item #7839 closes.

 PHIL 160

Intro To Phil Of Science

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver. edu/elearning. Additional fee of $37.00.(NR) 7785 DE Ferreira R ARR ARR ONLINE

PHIL 220

Hybrid Course PHIL 111

PHIL 115

 PHIL 115

Hybrid Course

Ethics In The Workplace

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver. edu/elearning. Additional fee of $37.00.(NR) 7767 DE Will M ARR ARR ONLINE

Intro-Eastern Philosophy

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 7787 A Ferreira R CH-312 Daily 11-11:50a

PHIL 240

Introduction To Ethics

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 7791 A Barnes T IVA-109 Daily 9-9:50a

49

Credit classes

Parent-Child Education, see page 35.

Fall Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations


Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

F Class offered this quarter only  Class offered online PHIL 243

Environmental Ethics

greenriver.edu (5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 7795 A Ferreira R SH-254 Daily 10-10:50a

 PHIL 412

Professional Ethics

(5)

Prerequisite: Admission into a Bachelor’s program; ENGL& 101; and instructor’s permission. This BAS class follows a separate tuition schedule. See greenriver.edu/tuition for more information. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $37.00.(NR) 7799 DE Barnes T ARR ARR ONLINE

Photography PHOTO 101

Begin B/W Photography

(5)

Credit classes

Satisfies an activity or a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Students arrange own schedule in darkroom. Additional lab time required (4-6 hours per week). 35mm film camera required. Additional fee of $25.00.(NR) 7875 A Oliveira G SH-270 MWF 9-9:50a Oliveira G SH-272 ARR ARR 7879 B Oliveira G SH-270 MWF 10-10:50a Oliveira G SH-272 ARR ARR 7883 C Oliveira G SH-270 MWF 11-11:50a Oliveira G SH-272 ARR ARR 7885 U Abdulkader A SH-270 TTh 7-8:30p Abdulkader A SH-272 ARR ARR

PHOTO 111

Beg Digital Photography

(5)

Physical Therapist Assistant Hybrid Course FPTA 101

Intro To Physical Ther

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $20.50.(NR) 8195 DE Parry D SC-159 T 1-2p

FPTA 105

Patient Care Skills

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $15.00.(NR) 8203 A Parry D SC-156 T Neil A SC-156 Th 8207 B Neil A SC-156 T Parry D SC-156 Th

FPTA 151

Clinical Preparation

(1)

Prerequisite: PTA 110. Additional fee of $15.00.(NR) 8211 A Neil A SC-159 M 8215 B Neil A SC-159 M

FPTA 201

Issues In Health Care

(3)

Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $15.50.(NR) 8219 DE Neil A SC-159 W 11a-12p

FPTA 205

Prerequisite: H SCI 101. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 8223 A Parry D SC-144 M Parry D SC-144 F 8227 B Parry D SC-144 M Parry D SC-144 F

 PHOTO 111

FPTA 210

 PHOTO 112

(5)

Interm Digital Photo

(5)

Prerequisite: PHOTO 111. Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. Students arrange own schedule in lab. Additional lab time required (4-6 hours per week). Digital camera required. Visit: greenriver. edu/elearning. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 7919 DEA Navin P ARR ARR ONLINE 7923 DEB Navin P ARR ARR ONLINE 7927 DEC Navin P ARR ARR ONLINE 7931 DED Navin P ARR ARR ONLINE

 PHOTO 113

Beg Digital Photography

Adv Digital Photography

(5)

Prerequisite: PHOTO 112. Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. Students arrange own schedule in lab. Additional lab time required (4-6 hours per week). Digital camera required. Visit: greenriver. edu/elearning. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 7939 DEA Navin P ARR ARR ONLINE 7943 DEB Navin P ARR ARR ONLINE 7947 DEC Navin P ARR ARR ONLINE 7951 DED Navin P ARR ARR ONLINE

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8-9a 9-9a

Hybrid Course

Satisfies an activity or a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Students arrange own schedule in lab. Additional lab time required (4-6 hours per week). Digital camera required. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 7895 A Navin P SH-273 TTh 9-10:30a Navin P SH-273 ARR ARR Satisfies an activity or a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Students arrange own schedule in lab. Additional lab time required (4-6 hours per week). Digital camera required. Visit: greenriver. edu/elearning. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 7899 DEA Navin P ARR ARR ONLINE 7903 DEB Navin P ARR ARR ONLINE 7907 DEC Navin P ARR ARR ONLINE 7911 DED Navin P ARR ARR ONLINE

9a-12p 1-4p 1-4p 9a-12p

Functional Training

(2)

Therapeutic Exercise

(5)

Prerequisite: PTA 114. Additional fee of $5.00.(NR) 8231 A Kikillus P SC-159 WF Lawver M SC-156 F Kikillus P SC-156 W 8235 B Kikillus P SC-159 WF Lawver M SC-156 F Kikillus P SC-156 W

FPTA 212

Acute Care

Prerequisite: PTA 130. 8239 A Straume C Straume C 8243 B Straume C Straume C

FPTA 251

SC-159 SC-156 SC-156 SC-159

M M M M

Clinical Supervision 1

Clinical Affiliation 1

11a-12p 8-11a 1-4p 11a-12p 1-4p 8-11a

(3)

Prerequisite: PTA 151 and concurrent enrollment in PTA 277. 8247 A Neil A SC-159 F 8251 B Neil A SC-159 F

FPTA 277

2-4p 2-4p 9-11a 8-10a

11a-1p 2-4p 9-11a 11a-1p

(1) 11a-12p 1-2p

(1)

Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment PTA 251. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 8255 A Neil A CH-303 ARR ARR


Physical Education P E 101

P E 113

Physical Fitness Lab

(2)

Satisfies a lifetime fitness/wellness requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7299 A Jackson T PE-107 MWF 7-7:50a Jackson T FC-1 MWF 7-7:50a 7303 B Behrbaum A PE-107 MW 1-2:20p

 P E 101

Physical Fitness Lab

(2)

Satisfies a lifetime fitness/wellness requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $24.00.(NR) 7307 DEA Behrbaum M ARR ARR ONLINE 7309 DEB Behrbaum M ARR ARR ONLINE

P E 102

Jogging

(2)

Satisfies a lifetime fitness/wellness requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $8.50.(NR) 7311 A Kreitzmann A PE-107 MWF 11-11:50a Kreitzmann A PE-141 MWF 11-11:50a

P E 103

Total Physical Fitness

(3)

Satisfies a lifetime fitness/wellness requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7315 A Jackson T FC-1 MWF Jackson T PE-106 TTh Jackson T PE-107 F 7319 B Jackson T FC-1 TTh Jackson T PE-106 MW Jackson T PE-107 F

 P E 103

Total Physical Fitness

8-8:50a 8-8:50a 8-8:50a 1-1:50p 1-1:50p 1-1:50p

(3)

Satisfies a lifetime fitness/wellness requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7323 DE Jackson T ARR ARR ONLINE

P E 109

Court Games

Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7331 A Keene D PE-102

P E 111

(3) Daily

Aerobic Walking

12-12:50p

(2)

Satisfies a lifetime fitness/wellness requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $8.50.(NR) 7351 EA Blais R Enumclaw Daily 7:30-9:35a Class begins 08/29/16 and ends 09/16/16. 7355 KCA Clark L Kent TTh 9-10:20a 7339 A Blais R PE-107 MWF 10-10:50a Blais R PE-141 MWF 10-10:50a

P E 114

P E 115

P E 118

P E 121

P E 122

(2)

P E 124

P E 131

9-9:50a

MW

11-11:50a

(1)

(1) MW

10-10:50a

MW MW

9-9:50a 1-1:50p

(1) TTh

Weight Training

1-1:50p

(2)

Satisfies a lifetime fitness/wellness requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7419 A Blais R PE-106 MWF 8-8:50a 7423 B Kreitzmann A PE-106 MWF 9-9:50a 7427 C Kreitzmann A PE-106 MWF 10-10:50a 7431 D Blais R PE-106 MWF 11-11:50a 7433 E Kreitzmann A PE-106 MWF 12-12:50p 7435 F PE-106 MWF 2-2:50p 7439 U Plypick T PE-106 MW 5-6:20p

Yoga 1

Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7443 A Blais R 7447 B Hansen B 7451 C Hansen B 7455 D Hansen B 7459 EU Blais R

(1) PE-102 OEB-9 OEB-9 OEB-9 Thunder MS

P E 147

MW TTh F MW M

Body Toning

Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7481 A Hansen B OEB-9 7483 B Hansen B OEB-9

TTh

10-10:50a

(1)

Indoor Soccer

Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7411 A Keene D PE-102

P E 112

Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7359 A Penor J PE-102

TTh

(1)

Satisfies a lifetime fitness/wellness requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $22.50.(NR) 7347 DEB Behrbaum A ARR ARR ONLINE 7349 DEC Behrbaum A ARR ARR ONLINE

(1)

11-11:50a

(1)

Archery

Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7463 A Hansen B OEB-9 7467 B Hansen B OEB-9

Karate

TTh

Badminton

Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7403 A Behrbaum M PE-102 7407 B Behrbaum M PE-102

P E 137

Aerobic Walking

(1)

Interm/Adv Volleyball

Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7399 A Behrbaum A PE-102

 P E 111

(2)

8a-5p 8a-5p

Prerequisite: P E 118 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7395 A Behrbaum A PE-102 MW 11-11:50a

Aerobic Walking

SaSu SaSu

Volleyball

Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7387 A Behrbaum A PE-102

P E 119

8a-5p

Kick-Box Aerobics

Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7379 A Penor J OEB-9

(1)

SaSu

Cardio Conditioning

Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7371 A Jackson T FC-1

Satisfies a lifetime fitness/wellness requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $15.50.(NR) 7343 DEA Behrbaum A PE-107 M 12-12:50p

P E 111

Group Dynamic Activities

Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7363 A Braun S PE-107 Class begins 10/08/16 and ends 10/09/16. 7367 B Behrbaum A PE-107 Behrbaum M PE-107 Class begins 10/15/16 and ends 10/16/16.

P E 136

Hybrid Course

Fall Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations

9-9:50a 11-11:50a 11a-12:50p 12-12:50p 5-6:30p

(1) MW TTh

Pilates/Yoga

11-11:50a 12-12:50p

(1) TTh MW

9-9:50a 10-10:50a

51

Credit classes

greenriver.edu


Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

greenriver.edu

F Class offered this quarter only  Class offered online P E 148

Core Training

Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7487 A Hansen B PE-102

P E 149

TTh

Core Training For Health

Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7491 A Blais R PE-102 Blais R PE-107

P E 160

(1) 10-10:50a

(2) MWF MWF

Exercise And Nutrition

12-12:50p 12-12:50p

(3)

Satisfies a lifetime fitness/wellness requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7499 A Jackson T PE-106 TTh 9-9:50a Jackson T FC-1 MW 9-9:50a Jackson T PE-107 TTh 9-9:50a

 P E 160

Exercise And Nutrition

(3)

Credit classes

Satisfies a lifetime fitness/wellness requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $31.00.(NR) 7503 DEA Behrbaum A ARR ARR ONLINE 7507 DEB Behrbaum A ARR ARR ONLINE

P E 165

Exercise And Health

(3)

Satisfies a lifetime fitness/wellness requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7511 A Jackson T FC-1 MW 10-10:50a Jackson T PE-106 TTh 10-10:50a Jackson T PE-107 TTh 10-10:50a

 P E 165

Exercise And Health

(3)

Satisfies a lifetime fitness/wellness requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $31.00.(NR) 7515 DEA Behrbaum M ARR ARR ONLINE 7519 DEB Behrbaum M ARR ARR ONLINE

FP E 201

Adv Physical Fitness Lab

(2)

Prerequisite: P E 101 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7527 A Jackson T FC-1 MWF 7-7:50a 7529 B Behrbaum A PE-107 MW 1-2:20p

P E 212

Advanced Jogging

(2)

Prerequisite: P E 102. Additional fee of $8.50.(NR) 7551 A Kreitzmann A PE-107 MWF Kreitzmann A PE-141 MWF

P E 215

Adv Aerobic Walking

11-11:50a 11-11:50a

(2)

Prerequisite: P E 111. Additional fee of $8.50.(NR) 7563 EA Blais R Enumclaw Daily Class begins 08/29/16 and ends 09/16/16. 7567 KCA Clark L Kent TTh 7555 A Blais R PE-107 MWF

7:30-9:35a 9-10:20a 10-10:50a

Hybrid Course P E 215

Adv Aerobic Walking

(2)

Prerequisite: P E 111. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $15.50.(NR) 7559 DE Behrbaum A PE-107 M 12-12:50p

P E 216

Advanced Karate

Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7571 A Penor J PE-102

52

(1) TTh

9-9:50a

P E 231

Advanced Weight Training

(2)

Prerequisite: PE 131 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 7575 A Blais R PE-106 MWF 8-8:50a 7579 B Kreitzmann A PE-106 MWF 9-9:50a 7583 C Kreitzmann A PE-106 MWF 10-10:50a 7587 D Blais R PE-106 MWF 11-11:50a 7589 E Kreitzmann A PE-106 MWF 12-12:50p 7591 F PE-106 MWF 2-2:50p 7595 U Plypick T PE-106 MW 5-6:20p

P E 236

Yoga 2

Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7603 A Blais R 7607 B Hansen B 7611 C Hansen B 7615 D Hansen B 7619 EU Blais R

P E 237

(1) PE-102 OEB-9 OEB-9 OEB-9 Thunder MS

MW TTh F MW M

Advanced Body Toning

Prerequisite: P E 137. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7623 A Hansen B OEB-9 MW 7627 B Hansen B OEB-9 TTh

P E 248

Advanced Core Training

Prerequisite: P E 148. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7631 A Hansen B PE-102 TTh

P E 253

Adv Total Phys Fitness

9-9:50a 11-11:50a 11a-12:50p 12-12:50p 5-6:30p

(1) 11-11:50a 12-12:50p

(1) 10-10:50a

(3)

Prerequisite: P E 103. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00.(NR) 7635 A Jackson T FC-1 MWF 8-8:50a Jackson T PE-106 TTh 8-8:50a Jackson T PE-107 F 8-8:50a 7639 B Jackson T FC-1 TTh 1-1:50p Jackson T PE-106 MW 1-1:50p Jackson T PE-107 F 1-1:50p

Physics PHYS& 110

Phys Non-Sci Majors wLab

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $18.00.(NR) 7959 A Bennie-G A SC-109 MTThF 9-10:20a 7963 B SC-109 MTThF 12-1:20p 7967 C Bennie-G A SC-109 MTThF 1:30-2:50p

PHYS& 114

General Physics I W/ Lab

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 and a grade of 2.0 or higher in MATH 097 or 116T; or 1 1/2 years of high school algebra. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 7979 A Bennie-G A SC-120 MTThF 10:30-11:50a 7983 C Narayanan A SC-120 MTThF 1:30-2:50p 7975 B SC-120 MTThF 3-4:20p 7991 U Davidson M SC-120 MTWTh 4:30-5:50p 7995 V Davidson M SC-120 MW 6:30-9:30p


greenriver.edu Physics For Life Sci 1

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 and a grade of 2.0 or higher in MATH 097, or MATH 115T or 1-1/2 years of high school Algebra. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 7955 A Narayanan A SC-120 MTThF 1:30-2:50p

PHYS& 221

Engr Physics I With Lab

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 and a grade of 2.0 or higher in PHYS& 114 or in a high school physics, or equivalent, and in MATH& 142 or equivalent; or equivalent with concurrent enrollment or completion of MATH& 151. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 8003 A Stubbs B SC-117 MTThF 12-1:20p 8007 B Solomonson C SC-117 MTThF 1:30-2:50p 8015 KCA Battle A Kent MW 2-5p 8011 C Stubbs B SC-117 MTThF 3-4:20p 8019 KCU Battle A Kent MW 6-9p 8023 U Battle A SC-117 TF 6:30-9:30p

PHYS& 222

Engr Physics II With Lab

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 and a grade of 2.0 or higher in PHYS& 221 and MATH& 151 and at least concurrent enrollment in MATH& 152. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 8027 A Solomonson C SC-117 MTThF 7:30-8:50a 8029 B Solomonson C SC-117 MTThF 9-10:20a 8031 C Narayanan A SC-117 MTThF 10:30-11:50a

PHYS& 223

Engr Phys III With Lab

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101; and a grade of 2.0 or higher in PHYS& 222 and MATH& 152 and at least concurrent enrollment in MATH& 153. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 8035 U Stubbs B SC-117 MTThF 4:30-5:50p

Political Science POLS& 101

Intro Political Science

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00.(NR) 8057 A Jansen A SH-257 Daily 8-8:50a 8059 B Salisbury B SH-110 Daily 9-9:50a 8063 C Salisbury B SH-110 Daily 9-9:50a

POLS& 200

Introduction To Law

(5)

Prerequisite: READ 094 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or eligible for READ 104. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $5.00.(NR) 8071 A Primiani F RLC-131 Daily 10-10:50a 8075 B Primiani F RLC-131 Daily 10-10:50a 8079 C Primiani F ZWC-104 MTWTh 1-2:05p 8087 KCU Clausen A Kent MW 4-6:20p

Hybrid Course POLS& 200

Introduction To Law

(5)

Prerequisite: READ 094 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or eligible for READ 104. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and at the Kent Campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $22.50.(NR) 8083 DE Primiani F Kent T 4-6:20p

POLS& 202

American Government

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $1.00.(NR) 8091 A SH-110 MTWTh 1-2:05p

 POLS& 202

American Government

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $36.00.(NR) 8099 DEA Salisbury B ARR ARR ONLINE

Hybrid Course POLS& 202

American Government

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $18.50.(NR) 8107 DEB Kent MTWTh 8-8:50a 8103 DEC Nelson J RLC-128 MWF 10-10:50a 8105 DED Jansen A IVA-108 MTWTh 10-10:50a 8109 DEE Jansen A IVA-108 MTWTh 11-11:50a

POLS& 203

International Relations

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $1.00.(NR) 8115 A Nelson J ZWC-105 Daily 8-8:50a

Psychology PSYC& 100

General Psychology

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $1.00.(NR) 8131 A Wilturner C SH-357 Daily 8-8:50a 8135 B Wilturner C SH-357 Daily 9-9:50a 8139 C Crawford J SH-357 Daily 1-1:50p 8143 D Crawford J SH-357 Daily 2-2:50p 8159 U Jeffreys C SH-357 TTh 4-6:20p 8165 EU Enumclaw MW 7-9:20p 8163 V Jeffreys C SH-357 TTh 7-9:20p

 PSYC& 100

General Psychology

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $36.00.(NR) 8147 DEA Marshall J ARR ARR ONLINE

Hybrid Course PSYC& 100

General Psychology

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $18.50.(NR) 8151 DEB Marshall J SH-110 MTWTh 11-11:50a 8155 DEC Marshall J SH-110 MTWTh 11-11:50a

PSYC& 200

Lifespan Psychology

(5)

Prerequisite: PSYC& 100 and eligible for ENGL& 101; or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. 8187 U Crawford J SH-259 MW 4-6:20p

53

Credit classes

PHYS 154

Fall Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations


Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

F Class offered this quarter only  Class offered online

greenriver.edu

Learning Community: Intensive Reading and Writing

Hybrid Course PSYC& 200

Lifespan Psychology

(5)

Prerequisite: PSYC& 100 and eligible for ENGL& 101; or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $17.50.(NR) 8179 DEA Marshall J SH-357 MTWTh 10-10:50a

 PSYC& 200

Lifespan Psychology

(5)

Prerequisite: PSYC& 100 and eligible for ENGL& 101; or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00.(NR) 8183 DEB Marshall J ARR ARR ONLINE

PSYC 201

Personality

(5)

Credit classes

Prerequisite: PSYC& 100 and eligible for ENGL& 101; or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $1.00.(NR) 8123 A Wilturner C SH-357 Daily 11-11:50a

Reading Proficiency 1

(1)

This is a pass/no credit course. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $7.00.(NR) 8287 DE Perdue C ARR ARR ONLINE

READ 084

Reading Essentials

(5)

Prerequisite: Appropriate placement score or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $15.00.(NR) 8295 A SH-255 Daily 12-12:50p

Hybrid Course READ 084

Reading Essentials

(5)

Prerequisite: Appropriate placement score or instructor’s permission. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $32.50.(NR) 8303 DEA CH-102 MTThF 9-9:50a

READ 094

Reading Improvement

(5)

Prerequisite: Completion of READ 084 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or appropriate placement score; or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $5.00.(NR) 8307 A Bouchard K RLC-132 Daily 8-8:50a 8339 KCA Johnson B Kent MW 10:30a-12:50p 8311 B Bouchard K CH-205 Daily 12-12:50p 8315 C RLC-115 MTTh 12:30-1:50p 8319 D Wilson-Hill CH-206 Daily 1-1:50p 8335 E Tice R RLC-132 MTTh 2-3:30p 8347 U RLC-132 TTh 7-9:20p

Reading Improvement

(5)

Prerequisite: Completion of READ 084 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or appropriate placement score; or instructor’s permission. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $22.50.(NR) 8323 DEA Frye J RLC-132 MTThF 10-10:50a 8327 DEB Martin A IVA-108 MTThF 1-1:50p 8331 DEC Martin A SH-158 MTThF 2-2:50p

54

Reading Improvement

(5)

Prerequisite: Completion of READ 084 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or appropriate placement score; or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $5.00.(NR) 8343 LCC Moore J RLC-118 Daily 10-11:50a Must also register for ENGL 080 LCA item #3393 and ENGL 081 LCA item #3411. 8345 LCD Wilson-Hill RLC-118 Daily 1-2:50p Must also register for ENGL 080 LCB item #3397 and ENGL 081 LCB item #3413.

This Learning Community combines ENGL 081 Fundamentals of Written Communication and READ 094 Reading Improvement for 10 credits. For a full description see ENGL 081 on page 29.

READ 094

Reading Improvement

(5)

Prerequisite: Completion of READ 084 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or appropriate placement score; or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $5.00.(NR) 8344 LCA Moore J RLC-118 Daily 10-11:50a Must also register for ENGL 081 LCA item #3392. 8346 LCB Wilson-Hill RLC-118 Daily 1-2:50p Must also register for ENGL 081 LCB item #3394.

READ 104

Reading Mastery

(5)

Prerequisite: Completion of READ 094 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or appropriate placement score; or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $2.50.(NR) 8351 A Perdue C RLC-119 Daily 8-8:50a 8411 KCA Johnson B Kent TTh 8-10:20a 8355 B RLC-132 Daily 9-9:50a 8359 C Perdue C SH-157 Daily 9-9:50a 8363 D Frye J CH-210 Daily 11-11:50a 8399 E Wilson-Hill CH-201 Daily 12-12:50p 8403 F Frye J IVA-106 Daily 1-1:50p 8407 G RLC-115 MTTh 2-3:30p 8423 U RLC-132 MW 7-9:20p

Learning Community

This Learning Community combines ENGL 099 Introductory Composition and READ 104 Reading Mastery for 10 credits.

READ 104

Hybrid Course READ 094

READ 094

Learning Community

Reading  READ 0831

Intensive integrated reading and writing English class that meets for two hours each day with an additional two-hour support class for students seeking extra instructional help with course content. This class moves at an accelerated pace and allows students the opportunity to move into college level courses faster. This Learning Community combines ENGL 080 Express English, ENGL 081 Fundamentals of Written Communication and READ 094 Reading Improvement for 12 credits.

Reading Mastery

(5)

Prerequisite: Completion of READ 094 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or appropriate placement score; or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $2.50.(NR) 8415 LCA Potsubay R ZWC-107 MTWTh 10-11:50a Must also register for ENGL 099 LCA item #3523.


Fall Credit Classes

greenriver.edu Reading Mastery

(5)

Prerequisite: Completion of READ 094 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or appropriate placement score; or instructor’s permission. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $37.50.(NR) 8367 DEA Rosemond H ARR ARR ONLINE

Hybrid Course READ 104

Reading Mastery

(5)

Prerequisite: Completion of READ 094 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or appropriate placement score; or instructor’s permission. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $20.00.(NR) 8371 DEB Rosemond H SH-250 TWTh 7-7:50a 8375 DEC Rosemond H RLC-175 TWTh 8-8:50a 8379 DED Rosemond H RLC-115 TWTh 10-10:50a 8383 DEE Perdue C CH-210 MTThF 10-10:50a 8387 DEF Tice R RLC-132 MTThF 11-11:50a 8391 DEG Rosemond H CH-208 TWTh 11-11:50a 8395 DEH Tice R RLC-132 MTThF 12-12:50p

Real Estate Real Estate Licensing Requirements - 3 Class Package

Washington State Department of Licensing requires 90 clock hours: Fundamentals 1, Fundamentals 2, and Sales Practices--register for item #8259. All three online classes must be taken in consecutive order. Practice exams and textbook included. Call Continuing Education at ext. 2535 for more information. Fee: $529.00

 Online Package Includes: R EST 101

Real Estate Fundamentals 1

(3)

R EST 102

Real Estate Fundamentals 2

(3)

R EST 140

Real Estate Sales Practices

(3)

Online Courses

Call Continuing Education at ext. 2535 for more information.

 R EST 120

Real Estate Law

Fee $179.00. 8267 DE

 R EST 130

ARR

ARR

Residential Appraisal

No tuition. Fee $179.00. 8271 DE

 R EST 150

(3)

ARR

(3) ARR

Real Estate Finance

Fee $179.00. 8279 DE

ARR

 R EST 170

Real Estate Prop Mgmt

Fee $179.00. 8283 DE

ARR

ONLINE

ONLINE

(3) ARR

ONLINE

(2) ARR

ONLINE

Social Science Hybrid Course FS SCI 160

Intro To Study Of Gender

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $20.50.(NR) 8427 DE Aldcroft J SH-257 MTW 11-11:50a

Sociology SOC& 101

Intro To Sociology

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $1.00.(NR) 8467 A SH-259 Daily 9-9:50a 8471 B Jeffries M SH-259 Daily 10-10:50a 8475 C Jeffries M SH-259 Daily 11-11:50a 8479 D Adams C SC-240 Daily 12-12:50p 8495 E SH-259 Daily 1-1:50p 8499 F Puri A SH-255 Daily 2-2:50p 8503 U Keeton J SH-259 MW 7:30-9:50p

 SOC& 101

Intro To Sociology

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $36.00.(NR) 8483 DEA Hull L ARR ARR ONLINE 8485 DEB Hull L ARR ARR ONLINE

Hybrid Course SOC& 101

Intro To Sociology

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $18.50.(NR) 8487 DED Aldcroft J IVA-108 TTh 9-9:50a 8491 DEC Puri A SH-259 MW 12-12:50p

 SOC& 201

Social Problems

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $36.00.(NR) 8511 DE Aldcroft J ARR ARR ONLINE

SOC 215

Survey Of Criminology

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $1.00.(NR) 8447 A SH-259 Daily 8-8:50a

SOC 220

Sex/Gender In Society

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science and the diversity course requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $1.00.(NR) 8451 A Jeffries M SH-355 Daily 8-8:50a

 SOC 240

Sociology Of The Family

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Visit: greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $36.00.(NR) 8455 DE Aldcroft J ARR ARR ONLINE

55

Credit classes

 READ 104

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations


Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

F Class offered this quarter only  Class offered online

greenriver.edu

Spanish

Study Skills ST SK 106

Hybrid Course SPAN 111

Spanish For Health Care

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $20.50.(NR) 8512 DEB SH-150 TTh 12-12:50p

SPAN& 121

Spanish I

(5)

Credit classes

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 and no previous background in Spanish, or no more than one year of high school Spanish, or no more than two years of high school Spanish with a “C” average or less. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $5.00.(NR) 8515 A Morales S SH-150 Daily 7-7:50a 8519 B SH-150 Daily 8-8:50a 8523 C SH-150 Daily 9-9:50a 8527 D Fleites-Lear SH-150 Daily 10-10:50a 8531 E Fleites-Lear SH-150 Daily 11-11:50a 8539 F Morales S SH-152 Daily 1-1:50p 8543 KCU Kent TTh 4-6:20p 8535 EU Enumclaw MW 6:30-8:50p

SPAN& 122

Spanish II

(5)

College Survival

(2)

Prerequisite: Eligible for READ 104 or instructor’s permission. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $5.00.(NR) 8603 EA Rosemond H Enumclaw Daily 8-9:30a Class begins 08/29/16 and ends 09/15/16.

 ST SK 106

College Survival

(2)

Prerequisite: Eligible for READ 104 or instructor’s permission. This is a pass/no credit course. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $19.00.(NR) 8595 DEA Rosemond H ARR ARR ONLINE

Hybrid Course ST SK 106

College Survival

(2)

Prerequisite: Eligible for READ 104 or instructor’s permission. This is a pass/no credit course. Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $12.00.(NR) 8599 DEB CH-205 TTh 1-2:50p

Technology TECH 100

Careers New Millennium

(2)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 and a grade of 2.0 or higher in SPAN& 121 or equivalent with instructor’s permission. The equivalent of SPAN& 121 is one year in high school with a grade of B or higher. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $5.00.(NR) 8551 A CH-206 Daily 9-9:50a

Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. This is a pass/no credit course. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. There will be one mandatory meeting date TBA. Additional fee of $34.00.(NR)  8615 DE ARR ARR ONLINE

SPAN& 123

TS 011

Spanish III

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 and a grade of 2.0 or higher in SPAN& 122 or equivalent with instructor’s permission. The equivalent of SPAN& 122 is two years in high school with a grade of B or higher. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $5.00.(NR) 8559 A Mommer E CH-206 Daily 11-11:50a

FSPAN& 221

Spanish IV

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 099 and a grade of 2.0 or higher in SPAN& 123 or equivalent with instructor permission. The equivalent of SPAN& 123 is three years in high school with a grade of B or higher. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English and the diversity course requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $5.00.(NR) 8571 A Mommer E CH-206 Daily 10-10:50a

56

Transitional Studies Hse Test Prep For iGrad

(12)

Prerequisite: Reading CASAS score of 221 or higher, and instructor’s permission. Students must be admitted through the iGrad program. No tuition. 8619 A Kent MTWTh 8:30-11:20a 8623 B Kent MTWTh 1:30-4:20p 8627 U Kent MTWTh 5:30-8:20p

TS 101 8883 8887 8891 8895 8899

College Link A B C D U

ZWC-105 SC-238 ZWC-104 CH-102 ZWC-105

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greenriver.edu WELD 143

These classes are managed by the Washington Environmental Training Center (WETRC) and are self-support. Classes are fee based and exempt from the institutional refund policy and the regular registration process. For more information or to register, visit our Web site at: wetrc.org.

Wastewater Technology  WWT 180

Wastewater Collection

Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Fee $479.00. 9155 DE Giesting C ARR

(3) ARR

ONLINE

Water Supply Technology  WST 180

Water Distribution

Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Fee $479.00. 9107 DE Tanczos A ARR

(3) ARR

ONLINE

Water Technology Hybrid Course WTECH 181

Water Hydraulics

(3)

Hybrid courses require attendance online and on campus. Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Hybrid meetings on 09/26/16, 10/10/16, 10/24/16, 11/07/16 and 11/21/16. Fee $479.00. 9119 DE Shea E CH-206 M 6-9p

 WTECH 182

Pumps And Pumping System

Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Fee $479.00. 9123 DE Tanczos A ARR

 WTECH 183

ARR

Utility Worker Safety

Visit: greenriver.edu/elearning. Fee $479.00. 9127 DE Giesting C ARR

(3) ONLINE

(3) ARR

Advanced Arc Welding

(13)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $130.00.(NR) 9027 A Schreiber S TT-603 Daily 8a-12p 9031 B Fox C TT-603 Daily 1-5p 9035 C Orr B TT-603 F 4:30-10p Orr B TT-603 SaSu 7a-3p 9039 U Danielson A TT-603 MTWTh 5-10p

WELD 194

Special Weld Project 1

(13)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $130.00.(NR) 9055 A Schreiber S TT-603 Daily 8a-12p 9059 B Fox C TT-603 Daily 1-5p 9063 C Orr B TT-603 F 4:30-10p Orr B TT-603 SaSu 7a-3p 9067 U Danielson A TT-603 MTWTh 5-10p

WELD 195

Special Weld Project 2

(13)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $130.00.(NR) 9071 A Schreiber S TT-603 Daily 8a-12p 9075 B Fox C TT-603 Daily 1-5p 9079 C Orr B TT-603 F 4:30-10p Orr B TT-603 SaSu 7a-3p 9083 U Danielson A TT-603 MTWTh 5-10p

WELD 196

Special Weld Project 3

(13)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $130.00.(NR) 9087 A Schreiber S TT-603 Daily 8a-12p 9091 B Fox C TT-603 Daily 1-5p 9095 C Orr B TT-603 F 4:30-10p Orr B TT-603 SaSu 7a-3p 9099 U Danielson A TT-603 MTWTh 5-10p

ONLINE

Welding WELD 103

Special Welding

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $12.00.(NR) 8991 A Schreiber S TT-603 Daily

WELD 141

Basic Arc Weld And Flame

(3) 8a-12p

(13)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $130.00.(NR) 8995 A Schreiber S TT-603 Daily 8a-12p 8999 B Fox C TT-603 Daily 1-5p 9003 C Orr B TT-603 F 4:30-10p Orr B TT-603 SaSu 7a-3p 9007 U Danielson A TT-603 MTWTh 5-10p

WELD 142

Intermediate Welding

(13)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $130.00.(NR) 9011 A Schreiber S TT-603 Daily 8a-12p 9015 B Fox C TT-603 Daily 1-5p 9019 C Orr B TT-603 F 4:30-10p Orr B TT-603 SaSu 7a-3p 9023 U Danielson A TT-603 MTWTh 5-10p

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Credit classes

Water/Wastewater Technology

Fall Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations


Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

F Class offered this quarter only  Class offered online

Credit classes 58

greenriver.edu


Green River College offers credit and non-credit classes at both its Enumclaw Campus and Kent Campus. For times of the credit classes listed below, see the full Credit Class section of this schedule, beginning on page 11.

Enumclaw Campus

(253) 288-3400 • Office Hours: Mon.–Thurs. 8a–9p — Fri. Closed

CREDIT CLASSES – Morning, Afternoon and Evening Dept Crs Title

BASIC 032-076 BIOL 110 CMST& 102 CMST& 220 ENGL& 101 MATH 062 MATH 070 MATH 072 MATH 097 MATH& 141 P E 111 P E 215 PSYC& 100 SPAN& 121 ST SK 106

Adult Basic Educ-Test Prep Northwest Ecology Intro To Mass Media Public Speaking English Composition I Review Of Arithmetic Pre-Algebra Elementary Algebra Intermediate Algebra Precalculus I Aerobic Walking Adv Aerobic Walking General Psychology Spanish I College Survival

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Kent Campus

(253) 856-9595 • Office Hours: Mon.–Thurs. 7:30a–6:30p — Fri. 7:30a–5p

CREDIT CLASSES – Morning, Afternoon and Evening Dept Crs Title

ACCT& 202 AP 100 BASIC 053 BASIC 054 BASIC 058 BIOL& 100 BIOL& 160 BTAC 100 BTAC 101 BTAC 102 BTAC 103 BTAC 107 BTAC 108 BUS 103 BUS 121 BUS 166

Prin Of Accounting Ii Human AP Survey Adult Basic Math High School Equiv Math 1 Hs Equivalency Math Test Survey Of Biology General Biology With Lab Fundamentals/Computers Beginning Keyboarding Intermediate Keyboarding Advanced Keyboarding Typing Speed/Accuracy 1 Typing Speed/Accuracy 2 Business Leadership Marketing Fundamentals Human Relations

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Fall Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations

BUS 181 BUS 300 BUS 344 BUS 390 BUS 395 BUS 400 BUS 460 CJ& 101 CMST& 210 CMST& 220 CMST& 230 ENGL 081 ENGL 099 ENGL& 101 ENGL& 245 ESOL 010-013 ESOL 020-021 ESOL 032-047 ESOL 050-052 ESOL 062-064 ESOL 072-074 ESOL 082-087 HL ED 190 IT 201 IT 220 IT 372 IT 426 MATH 062 MATH 070 MATH 072 MATH 097 MATH& 141 MATH& 151 P E 111 P E 215 PHIL 102 PHYS& 221 POLS& 200 POLS& 202 READ 094 READ 104 SPAN& 121 TS 011 TS 062-066 TS 072-076 TS 082-086

Intro-International Bus Entrepreneur Leadership Entrepreneurial Finance Digital Marketing Strategic Mktg And Mgmt Personal & Prof Branding Venture Launch 1 Intro To Crim Justice Interpersonal Comm Public Speaking Small Group Comm Fund’l Of Written Commun Introductory Composition English Composition I Amer Lit II: Civ War-WWI ESOL Literacy-Lev 3 ESOL-Multi Level 4-5 ESOL Conversation Lev 2-4 ESOL Technology Level 1-3 ESOL Writing Support 2-4 ESOL Intensive Writing 2-4 On-Ramp To Healthcare 2-4 Standard First Aid/CPRr Database Fundamentals Software Dev Methods Debug, Maint & Evol Collaborative Design Review Of Arithmetic Pre-Algebra Elementary Algebra Intermediate Algebra Precalculus I Calculus I Aerobic Walking Adv Aerobic Walking Contemp Moral Problems Engr Physics I With Lab Introduction To Law American Government Reading Improvement Reading Mastery Spanish I HSE TEST PREP FOR iGrad Lang Arts Soc Studies 2-6 Lang Arts And Lit 2-6 Lang Arts Phys Science 2-6

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*Assessment is required for placement in math and English classes and can be done at the Kent Campus. To consult with an advisor or schedule an assessment appointment, please call (253) 856-9595.

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Credit classes

greenriver.edu


Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

F Class offered this quarter only  Class offered online

greenriver.edu

Co-op gives you credit while you work Unsure about how to get experience? Changing careers or upgrading skills? Joining Co-op could help you get started on the path to a new career or first career.

Credit classes

The Cooperative Education Internship Program (Co-op) at Green River College allows Green River students to complete elective academic credits through work experience (paid or volunteer). Students who declare a specific area of study must work or volunteer in that field. Students who are taking general studies or intend to transfer may also qualify for work experience. Co-op’s popular 1-credit seminar is now online. For information about the online seminar, please please contact Lea Ann Simpson at ext. 4393. Note: Entry codes are available from the faculty advisor listed for each area of study.

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FALL 2016 Continuinggreenriver.edu/cce and Community Continuing Education Fall Classes Education Classes–Register now for fall quarter

Self-supporting classes. See page 10 for key.

greenriver.edu/cce

EDUCATION IS A LIFE-LONG PROCESS– The non-credit classes listed in this section are for professional continuing education and personal enrichment. These classes are selfsupport courses, not supported by tax funds. Refund Policy for Continuing Education Non-credit Classes - Class fees for Continuing and Community Education classes are not refundable unless student cancels 24 hours prior to the start of class. Full refunds will be made if the college cancels a class.

Business And Professional Development

Communication  Business Writing Certificate

Accounting Basics: An Introduction For Non-Accounting Majors

This course will help you navigate your way around the accounting world by providing the basic steps associated with the accounting cycle. Topics: the accounting cycle; journal entries and T-accounts; Trial Balances; the four financial statements; adjusting entries; closing entries; financial statement analysis; and computerized systems. Petty cash, internal controls and bank reconciliations will also be discussed. No prior accounting experience necessary. Text included. Fee $299.00. CEUs: 1.8

Sauvageau T

Kent-321

MW

Class begins 11/07/16 and ends 11/28/16. (No class 11/23)

2-5p

Budgeting For Business

Learn budgeting fundamentals that will provide you with a solid understanding of budgeting and prepare you to make sound financial decisions. Topics include cash and master budgets; reviewing and analyzing budgets; justification and approval; operating budgets; manufacturing budgets; variances, forecasts and action plans; and capital budgets. Participants will also devise an action plan to solve a problem identified during a variance analysis. Course examples apply to all businesses. Text included. Fee $199.00. CEUs: .9

Y402 KCU

Sauvageau T

Kent-320

MW

Class begins 10/24/16 and ends 11/02/16. (No class 10/31)

6-9p

 Data Analysis Certificate

Data analysis is one of the most sought after skills in the workplace. Companies have vast amounts of data, but it's rare when someone can analyze that data to see trends and make predictions. Learn to analyze data in a business setting; how many business decisions involve comparing groups for differences; the statistics behind the group differences and relationships; how to perform inquiries; and how to communicate these results through graphs and text. Visit: greenriver.edu/cceOnline for course dates and details. Fee $495.00. CEUs: 4.8

Y403 KCA

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 Non-Profit Administration Certificate

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In today's market, non-profits must operate like businesses. Effective revenue generation and program evaluation are essential. Discover how to build new revenue streams, expand existing services and effectively set prices. Improve evaluation planning and data collection/analysis/use. Learn the challenges of conducting evaluations and reporting results to funders. By course end, you'll have a complete program logic model and evaluation plan ready to implement. Visit: greenriver.edu/cceOnline for course dates and details. Fee $595.00. CEUs: 4.8

Y404 KCA

ARR

ARR

ONLINE

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Discover the keys to successful business writing. Whether you're writing a report, proposal, letter or publicity notice, business writing has defined characteristics for success. Topics include tools and techniques for improving editing and proofreading skills; common writing mistakes and grammatical pitfalls; how to write attention-grabbing news stories, press releases and publicity notices; and techniques for composing business reports and proposals. Visit: greenriver.edu/cceOnline for course dates and details. Fee $495.00. CEUs: 4.8

Y405 KCA

ARR

ARR

Don't Sell: Create Thirst

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"You can lead a horse to water, but..." No, just try to make the horse thirsty. Discover how to create desire and promote events, services, and products in person and in print. Learn how to write and design ads and marketing materials, craft compelling proposals, deliver persuasive sales pitches, ask for money, create infomercials, speak on YouTube videos, and master the most persuasive words and phrases. Instructor Michael Buschmohle, an advertising guru, has taught these tips around the world for 40 years. Fee $139.00. CEUs: .6

Y406 KCU

Buschmohle M Kent-320

Class begins 10/17/16 and ends 10/19/16.

MW

6-9p

Grant Writing Basics

Increase your chances for grant writing success! Primarily designed for nonprofits, this introduction to grant writing will help you identify your need, research the best potential funders, make pre-proposal contact with funders, and write the application. Topics include locating private and governmental funding sources, writing a need statement, and evaluating proposals. Fee $119.00. CEUs: .6

Y407 KCA

Mork-O'Brien Kent-320

Class begins 10/21/16 and ends 10/21/16.

F

9a-4p

Speak Better English: American Accent Training

Discover how to speak clearly and expressively--on the phone, in meetings, in job interviews, and when giving presentations. No matter what your first language, you'll learn advanced techniques (beyond ESL) for pronouncing with an American accent by using the methods of radio and TV broadcasters to sound decisive and confident. Instructor has trained people from more than 40 countries to gain respect and speak with confidence. Even your young children will be impressed with your English. Fee $139.00. CEUs: .6

Y408 KCU

Buschmohle M Kent-321

Class begins 10/25/16 and ends 11/01/16.

T

6-9p

WorkTalk: Communicate Successfully On The Job

This is a complete course in workplace communications. Topics include creating a great first impression; using your voice and speaking techniques to sound authoritative; writing clear email and business documents; listening techniques; handling complaints confidently; saying no; giving effective feedback; being assertive to confront problems; and making meetings more productive and satisfying. Bring a communication problem you are facing at work, with a neighbor, or with a company, and be ready to tackle it in class. Fee $139.00. CEUs: .6

Y409 KCU

Buschmohle M Kent-320

Class begins 11/04/16 and ends 11/04/16.

F

9a-4p

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Continuing Education

Business

Y401 KCA

Three easy ways to register: 1. Online Register and pay online at greenriver.edu/cce 2. Phone Auburn (253) 833-9111 Ext. 2535 Kent (253) 856-9595 Ext. 5000 3. Visit Go to the CCE Office on any campus. Green River accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. Check or cash accepted in person or by mail.


greenriver.edu/cce

Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

 Class offered online

Human Resources

Compensation And Benefits

HR Generalist Certificate (8 Class Series) As an HR Generalist, you are expected to be an expert in every human resource function. Our HR Generalist Certificate prepares you to effectively serve in the HR Generalist role and equips you with the knowledge and tools needed in today's workplace. Earn the certificate by taking the courses individually, or register for the series and save! This program is approved for 36 clock hours toward PHR and SPHR recertification through the Human Resources Certification Institute. Fee $599.00. CEUs: 3.6

Y412 KCU

Kent-320

Class begins 10/13/16 and ends 11/22/16.

TTh

6-9p

Introduction To HR

In this introductory course, discover how HR functions within an organization, and learn about the specific role of the HR Generalist. We will discuss the typical duties HR Generalists are responsible for and how they can have a positive influence on an organization. We will also evaluate common scenarios HR professionals deal with and define the characteristics of successful HR Generalists. Fee $69.00. CEUs: .3

Y413 KCU

Malone C

Kent-320

Class begins 10/13/16 and ends 10/13/16.

Th

6-9p

Legal compliance is a critical task for Human Resources. This course will focus on the basics of the Federal and State labor laws that HR Generalists most often deal with, including Title VII, ADA, ADEA, FLSA, FMLA, OSHA and more. We will also discuss the steps HR Generalists can take to keep themselves and their organizations out of trouble. Other topics include identifying and preventing sexual harassment and the difference between compliance and risk management approaches to employment laws. Fee $139.00. CEUs: .6

Malone C

Kent-320

Class begins 10/18/16 and ends 10/20/16.

TTh

6-9p

Continuing Education

Recruitment And Selection

Recruiting and selecting the best employee for your organization is one of the most important things you will do as an HR Generalist. Topics include creating a job description, strategies for finding candidates, interviewing and selection techniques for determining the best candidate for the job, and keeping the hiring process fair and legal. Fee $139.00. CEUs: .6

Y415 KCU

Walker K

Kent-320

Class begins 10/25/16 and ends 10/27/16.

Y416 KCU

Malone C

Kent-320

Class begins 11/01/16 and ends 11/03/16.

TTh

6-9p

Employee And Labor Relations

Employee and labor relations is a broad topic that includes performance management, disciplinary action, employee rights, and dealing with various employee issues and complaints. If the organization is unionized, it also includes labor contract negotiation and administration and resolving grievances. You'll learn strategies for driving high performance while maintaining a respectful working environment. We will also talk about managing the termination process to reduce the likelihood of a legal claim. Fee $139.00. CEUs: .6

Y417 KCU

Malone C

Kent-320

Class begins 11/08/16 and ends 11/10/16.

TTh

6-9p

Training And Development

Federal And State Employment Laws

Y414 KCU

Compensation and benefit programs are key factors in attracting and retaining the right talent for your organization. They are also one of the highest costs of doing business and offer an opportunity for HR to make a valuable contribution to the organization's bottom line. We'll review different types of compensation systems, compliance with the FLSA and other employment laws, how to determine exempt vs. non-exempt status and various benefits as part of a total compensation package. Fee $139.00. CEUs: .6

TTh

6-9p

Training and developing staff is an important function in the HR Generalist's role. In this course, you will identify how and why adults learn and discover tips for keeping them engaged and interested in the learning process. Other topics include performing a needs assessment, selecting the appropriate intervention to meet the identified need and talent development strategies, including succession planning. Fee $69.00. CEUs: .3

Y418 KCU

Walker K

Kent-320

Class begins 11/15/16 and ends 11/15/16.

T

6-9p

Health, Safety And Security

OHSA and other laws require an employer to provide a safe and healthy working environment for their employees. In this class we will review both general and specific requirements and best practices for ensuring a safe and healthy workplace. We will discuss the roles of OSHA and WISHA, how to manage L&I claims, and gain tips on preparing for and dealing with violence in the workplace. Fee $69.00. CEUs: .3

Y419 KCU

Malone C

Kent-320

Class begins 11/17/16 and ends 11/17/16.

Th

6-9p

HR Administration

The evolution of technology has changed the way HR manages many of its functions, including payroll. In this class you will learn the basics of the payroll process, how using HR technology can save time and money for your organization, and the growing demand and importance of HR metrics. We will also cover state and federal recordkeeping requirements, what to keep in a personnel file, and important HR technology terminology. Fee $69.00. CEUs: .3

Y420 KCU

Malone C

Kent-320

Class begins 11/22/16 and ends 11/22/16.

62

T

6-9p


greenriver.edu/cce

Continuing Education Fall Classes

Self-supporting classes. See page 10 for key.

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HR professionals skilled in employee coaching are valuable assets to their organizations. By utilizing effective coaching skills, you not only increase your ability to influence others, but you help employees realize their full potential by learning how to problem-solve for themselves. In this interactive course, acquire the tools to become an effective coach and practice your coaching skills in scenarios modeled after real-life HR situations. Prerequisite: Green River HR Generalist Certificate and/or HR experience. Fee $139.00. CEUs:.6

Y410 KCA

Malone C

Kent-320

Class begins 12/02/16 and ends 12/02/16.

F

Creating Job Descriptions And Employee Handbooks

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Project Management Project Management Certificate Information Session

Join us for a FREE information session, where our project management instructor will discuss the project management industry, the project management profession, and Green River's Project Management Certificate Program. Registration required. Free.

Y424 KCU

Yeomans D

Kent-321

Class begins 09/26/16 and ends 09/26/16.

Learn the tools and techniques for delivering projects on time and within budget! This Level 1 Certificate gives a broad overview of project management, covers the first two project management processes (initiating and planning), and concludes with project communication. The certificate may be earned by taking the courses individually, or register for the series and save! See website for required textbooks and pre-course reading assignments. Fee $799.00. CEUs: 4.2. PDUs: 42

Y425 KCU

Class begins 10/28/16 and ends 10/28/16.

Principles Of Project Management

Malone C

Kent-320

F

9a-4p

Leadership/Supervision HR Essentials For Managers

This course is designed to provide an overview of the basic HR laws and practices managers and supervisors need to know to be successful. Topics include employment laws, legally hiring and firing, and navigating FMLA and leave laws. As the saying goes, "sometimes you don't know what you don't know," and that can result in costly legal problems for the employer and the supervisor. This class will give you the basic foundation to manage the supervisory HR functions successfully. Fee $139.00. CEUs: .6

Y421 KCA

Malone C

Kent-320

Class begins 11/18/16 and ends 11/18/16.

F

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 Leadership Development Certificate

Advance your leadership potential while making a difference in the workplace. Developed especially for emerging Gen Y (born 1980-1999) leaders, topics include identifying skills that great leaders possess; discovering your leadership style; building relationships with subordinates; becoming socially perceptive to changes in the workplace; addressing challenging goals; utilizing emotions in a positive and effective manner; and strategies for influencing others. Visit: greenriver.edu/cceOnline for course dates and details. Fee $395.00. CEUs: 4.8

Y422 KCA

ARR

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ONLINE

6-7p

Project Management Certificate Level 1 (3 Class Series)

Employee handbooks and job descriptions are key pieces of HR documentation, especially when legal issues arise. In this course, learn what to include in job descriptions; essential vs. non-essential job tasks; determining physical requirements; best practices for employee handbooks; suggested phrasing to meet legal requirements; and keeping your handbook relevant. Bring a copy of your company's employee handbook and a sample job description. Prerequisite: Green River HR Generalist Certificate and/or HR experience. Fee $139.00. CEUs: .6

Y411 KCA

M

Yeomans D

Kent-321

MW

6-9p

Class begins 10/10/16 and ends 12/05/16. (No class 10/19, 10/31 or 11/23)

This foundation course examines the project management framework including key terminology, project management context, project management processes, project life cycle, and organizational design. Tools and techniques that are critical during the initiating process will be emphasized. Obtain handson practice such as reviewing a Statement of Work, identifying stakeholders, and conducting business case analysis. See website for required textbooks and pre-course reading assignment. Fee $269.00. CEUs: 1.2. PDUs: 12

Y426 KCU

Yeomans D

Kent-321

MW

Class begins 10/10/16 and ends 10/24/16. (No class 10/19)

6-9p

Managing Project Communication And Team Dynamics

Communication and effective teamwork are critical, but often overlooked, components of effective project management. In this interactive class you will develop essential communication skills for project management success. Create a project communication plan, learn to use communication tools and techniques, and discover best practices for managing a project team. Prerequisite: Principles of Project Management or equivalent. See website for required textbooks and pre-course reading assignments. Fee $269.00. CEUs: 1.2. PDUs: 12

Y427 KCU

Yeomans D

Kent-321

MW

Class begins 10/26/16 and ends 11/09/16. (No class 10/31)

6-9p

Project Planning And Scheduling

A comprehensive project plan and a precise schedule are necessary components of a project. Learn planning and scheduling techniques to establish a project's timeline, build an accurate, resource-driven project schedule, create a realistic budget, prepare project planning documents, and create processes for risk management, change management and quality control. Prerequisite: Principles of Project Management or equivalent. See website for required textbooks and pre-course reading assignments. Fee $409.00. CEUs: 1.8. PDUs: 18

Y428 KCU

Yeomans D

Kent-321

MW

Class begins 11/14/16 and ends 12/05/16. (No class 11/23)

6-9p

63

Continuing Education

Coaching For HR Professionals


greenriver.edu/cce

Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

 Class offered online

Small Business

Microsoft

Start A Successful Business (4 Class Series)

Microsoft Office 2013 Essentials Certificate (5 Class Series)

Take the series of four small business start-up classes listed below for a savings of $67. Instructor provides an overview of the essential components for starting a profitable small business. Fee $169.00. CEUs: 1.2

Y429 KCU

Singh P

Kent-324

Class begins 10/04/16 and ends 10/25/16.

T

6-9p

Business Start-Up And Management

This class will help you plan the start-up of a new business. Learn strategic and tactical keys to success such as assessing your resources, identifying your business personality, developing your concept, protecting your assets through proper business structure, and understanding the necessary licenses and taxes. The entire process is built into a simple start-up map that you can follow step-by-step. Fee $59.00. CEUs: .3

Y430 KCU

Singh P

Kent-324

Class begins 10/04/16 and ends 10/04/16.

T

6-9p

Learn the basics of making strategic marketing decisions and building an integrated marketing plan. Utilizing a practical and repeatable process, you'll learn about important concepts such as pricing, distribution, messaging, and message delivery--and how to base all of those decisions on your customer profile, product advantages, and competition. Fee $59.00. CEUs: .3

Singh P

Kent-324

Class begins 10/11/16 and ends 10/11/16.

T

6-9p

Business Financial Management

Effective financial management is your key to small business success. Learn to read basic financial statements and concentrate on your key financial priorities. Understand how to use the cash-flow cycle to your business' advantage and utilize important benchmarks for maximizing your daily results. This class is crucial to your small business education. Fee $59.00. CEUs: .3

Y432 KCU

Singh P

Kent-324

Continuing Education

Class begins 10/18/16 and ends 10/18/16.

T

6-9p

Developing A Business Plan

This hands-on session is designed to help you create a working business plan for starting or managing your business. Through engaging writing exercises and group brainstorming, take your business ideas further than you thought possible. While traditional business plan formats will be discussed, the focus of this class is to help you develop and sharpen your own business ideas to give you the greatest chance at success. Fee $59.00. CEUs: .3

Y433 KCU

Singh P

Kent-324

Class begins 10/25/16 and ends 10/25/16.

T

6-9p

Computers Computer Basics Learn the necessary skills to operate a personal computer (PC). Topics include computer hardware (keyboard, mouse, monitor and memory); software; the Windows Operating System; desktop settings; searching; file management and folders; creating backups; using a web browser for online searches; the "Cloud"; and saving attachments. You will also explore free online "Apps" and web-based email, and gain hands-on experience in a relaxed setting. (Applespecific skills, terms and hardware not covered.) Text included. Fee $269.00. CEUs: 1.4

Larson G

Kent-273

Class begins 10/07/16 and ends 10/14/16.

64

F

8a-4p

Kent-255

F

Class begins 10/14/16 and ends 11/18/16. (No class 11/11)

8a-4p

Microsoft Access 2013 (3 Class Series) Discover the power of Access 2013 by taking the Access Series. Series includes Levels 1, 2 and 3 at a discounted price! Prerequisite: basic computer skills, including Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. Fee $369.00. CEUs: 2.1

Minnis J

Kent-255

F

Class begins 11/18/16 and ends 12/09/16. (No class 11/25)

8a-4p

Microsoft Access 2013 Level 1

Establish a foundational understanding of Access 2013 in this Level 1 course. Topics include creating a simple database; organizing and managing data stored within Access tables; using queries to join, sort and filter data from different tables; creating advanced queries; creating and formatting custom reports; and customizing Access configuration options. Prerequisite: basic computer skills, including Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. Fee $149.00. CEUs: .7

Y437 KCA

Minnis J

Kent-255

Class begins 11/18/16 and ends 11/18/16.

F

8a-4p

Microsoft Access 2013 Level 2

Expand your knowledge with Access 2013, so you can create a robust, functional database for your users! Topics include designing a relational database; joining tables to retrieve data from unrelated tables; organizing a database for efficiency and performance, maintaining data integrity; sharing data among Access and other applications; customizing reports to organize the displayed information; and producing specific print layouts. Prerequisite: Access Level 1 or equivalent experience. Text included. Fee $149.00. CEUs: .7

Y438 KCA

Minnis J

Kent-255

Class begins 12/02/16 and ends 12/02/16.

F

8a-4p

Microsoft Access 2013 Level 3

Round out your knowledge by learning about advanced Access features. Topics include customizing a form layout to improve usability and efficiency of data entry; adding user interface features to validate data entry; using macros; organizing data into appropriate tables to ensure data dependency and minimize redundancy; locking down and preparing the database for distribution to multiple users; and creating and modifying a database switchboard. Prerequisite: Access Level 2 or equivalent experience. Text included. Fee $149.00. CEUs: .7

Y439 KCA

Computer Fundamentals

Y434 KCA

Y435 KCA

Y436 KCA

Business Marketing

Y431 KCU

Discover the value of Microsoft Office 2013 in this 5-session program. You'll gain hands-on experience using Word for word processing; Outlook for email; PowerPoint for presentations; Excel for spreadsheets; and Access for databases. Upon completion of this certificate, you'll be ready for our Level 2 MS Office courses. Earn the certificate by taking the courses individually, or register for the series and save! Prerequisite: basic computer skills, including Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. Fee $499.00. CEUs: 3.5

Minnis J

Kent-255

Class begins 12/09/16 and ends 12/09/16.

F

8a-4p


greenriver.edu/cce

Continuing Education Fall Classes

Self-supporting classes. See page 10 for key.

Microsoft Excel 2013 Series (3 Class Series)

Microsoft Outlook 2013

Capture the power of Excel 2013 by taking the Excel Series. Series includes Levels 1, 2 and 3 at a discounted price! Prerequisite: basic computer skills, including Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. Fee $369.00. CEUs: 2.1

Y441 KCU

Larson G

Kent-255

TTh

Y445 KCA

Larson G

Kent-255

F

Class begins 11/04/16 and ends 12/02/16. (No class 11/11 or 11/25)

5:30-9p 8a-4p

Gain the foundational understanding of Microsoft Excel 2013 that's necessary to create and work with electronic spreadsheets. Topics include navigating a worksheet; entering and editing data, including formulas; entering functions; and modifying and formatting worksheets. You will also learn how to create and format charts, add graphics, work with conditional formatting, create templates and print worksheets. Prerequisite: basic computer skills, including Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. Fee $149.00. CEUs: .7

Larson G

Kent-255

TTh

Y446 KCA

Larson G

Kent-255

F

Class begins 10/11/16 and ends 10/13/16. Class begins 11/04/16 and ends 11/04/16.

5:30-9p 8a-4p

Build upon your foundational knowledge of Microsoft Excel, and learn how to extract actionable data. Topics include viewing and printing large worksheets; linking worksheets and workbooks; constructing 3-D formulas; advanced formatting; sorting and filtering data; working with tables; outlining and consolidating data; saving workbooks as web pages; using hyperlinks; auditing and protecting data; using templates and much more! Prerequisite: Microsoft Excel Level 1 or equivalent experience. Text included. Fee $149.00. CEUs: .7

Y443 KCU

Larson G

Kent-255

TTh

Y447 KCA

Larson G

Kent-274

F

Class begins 11/18/16 and ends 11/18/16.

5:30-9p 8a-4p

Microsoft Excel 2013 Level 3

Get the most from your Excel experience and unleash your power! Topics include constructing advanced functions and formulas; using lookup functions; validating cell entries and advanced filtering; creating data tables; advanced charting; working with PivotTables and PivotCharts; exporting and importing data; utilizing analytical tools, including creating scenarios and using Goal Seek; running and recording macros; and much more! Prerequisite: Microsoft Excel Level 2 or equivalent experience. Text included. Fee $149.00. CEUs: .7

Y444 KCU

Larson G

Kent-255

TTh

Y448 KCA

Larson G

Kent-274

F

Class begins 10/25/16 and ends 10/27/16. Class begins 12/02/16 and ends 12/02/16.

5:30-9p 8a-4p

The ability to make data-driven business decisions can give you a competitive edge in the workplace. By harnessing the power of PivotTable features and creating PivotCharts, you will gain actionable insight from your data. Topics include preparing data for PivotTable reporting; creating PivotTables from various data sources; analyzing data using PivotTables; and working with PivotCharts. Prerequisite: Excel Level 2. Text included. Fee $89.00. CEUs: .4

Larson G

Kent-255

Class begins 12/07/16 and ends 12/07/16.

F

8a-4p

Microsoft PowerPoint 2013

Capture your audience's attention by using the vast array of features in PowerPoint 2013! In this course, you will gain the ability to organize your content, enhance it with high-impact visuals, and deliver it with a punch. Topics include developing a PowerPoint presentation; performing advanced text editing; adding graphical elements; modifying objects; adding tables and charts; and delivering your presentation. Prerequisite: basic computer skills, including Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. Fee $139.00. CEUs: .7

Y450 KCA

Larson G

Kent-255

Class begins 10/28/16 and ends 10/28/16.

F

8a-4p

W

w Improve workplace collaboration through the SharePoint Ne Foundation Series. Series includes Site User, Site Owner and Site Automation at a discounted price! Prerequisite: Windows proficiency and MS Office experience. Text included. Fee $499.00. CEUs: 2.1

Y451 KCA

8a-12p

Heighton J

Kent-255

Class begins 11/22/16 and ends 12/06/16.

T

8a-4p

Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2013: Site User

Collaborate with colleagues more effectively with Microsoft SharePoint. SharePoint is a flexible technology that enhances the communication and productivity of work groups through a Web-based environment. In this course, you'll learn about and use a SharePoint Team Site; work with documents, content, libraries, lists and filters; configure your profile; integrate with Microsoft Office; and synchronize and access data from a mobile device. Prerequisite: Windows proficiency and MS Office. Text included. Fee $199.00. CEUs: .7

Y452 KCA

Heighton J

Kent-255

Class begins 11/22/16 and ends 11/22/16.

T

8a-4p

Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2013: Site Owner

Learn how to create, configure and manage a SharePoint Team Site, so your office can collaborate more effectively. Topics include creating a new site; adding and configuring libraries and lists; configuring site settings, navigation and search; assigning permissions and access rights; and configuring content roll-up, summary links, and a site map. Prerequisite: SharePoint Foundations 2013: Site User or working knowledge of SharePoint 2013. Text included. Fee $199.00. CEUs: .7

Y453 KCA

Microsoft Excel 2013: Data Analysis With PivotTables

Y440 KCA

Kent-255

Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2013 (3 Class Series)

Microsoft Excel 2013 Level 2

Class begins 10/18/16 and ends 10/20/16.

Larson G

Class begins 10/21/16 and ends 10/21/16.

Microsoft Excel 2013 Level 1

Y442 KCU

Y449 KCA

Heighton J

Kent-255

Class begins 11/29/16 and ends 11/29/16.

T

Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2013: Site Automation

8a-4p w

Ne

SharePoint workflows increase efficiency and productivity by managing the tasks and steps involved in business processes. Learn how to automate tasks and bring your site to life as you configure and manage a SharePoint Team Site. Topics include creating and modifying a site and adding web parts and dynamic web parts that update for you, so you can concentrate on performing the work rather than managing the workflow. Prerequisite: SharePoint Foundation 2013: Site Owner or working knowledge of SharePoint 2013. Fee $199.00. CEUs: .7

Y454 KCA

Heighton J

Kent-255

Class begins 12/06/16 and ends 12/06/16.

T

8a-4p

65

Continuing Education

Class begins 10/11/16 and ends 10/27/16.

Utilize Outlook 2013 to manage your email communications, calendar events, contact information, tasks, and notes. Topics include composing email messages; attaching files; reading and responding to email; managing and organizing email; scheduling appointments and meetings; creating, managing and updating contact information; scheduling tasks; creating notes; and customizing the Outlook environment. Prerequisite: basic computer skills, including Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. Fee $139.00. CEUs: .7


greenriver.edu/cce

Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

 Class offered online Microsoft Word 2013 Series (3 Class Series)

Microsoft Windows 10

Experience all the powerful features of Word 2013 by taking the Word Series. Series includes Levels 1, 2 and 3 at a discounted price! Prerequisite: basic computer skills, including Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. Fee $349.00. CEUs: 2.1

Y455 KCA

Berkley W

Kent-255

Class begins 10/14/16 and ends 10/28/16.

F

8a-4p

Microsoft Word 2013 Level 1

Create professional looking documents, and have fun doing it! Topics include identifying components of the Word interface; creating new documents; finding, selecting and modifying text; formatting text and paragraphs; adding tables; managing lists; inserting graphic objects; applying design and layout options to pages; using proofreading tools; and customizing the Word environment. Prerequisite: basic computer skills, including Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. Fee $139.00. CEUs: .7

Y456 KCA

Berkley W

Kent-255

Class begins 10/14/16 and ends 10/14/16.

F

8a-4p

Microsoft Word 2013 Level 2

Expand your knowledge and increase your efficiency as you learn to create more complex documents. Topics include working with tables and charts; customizing formats using styles and themes; using images; creating graphic elements; inserting content using Quick Parts; controlling text flow; adding building blocks and updatable fields; and using templates, mail merges and macros. Prerequisite: Microsoft Word Level 1 or equivalent experience. Text included. Fee $139.00. CEUs: .7

Y457 KCA

Berkley W

Kent-274

Class begins 10/21/16 and ends 10/21/16.

F

8a-4p

Microsoft Word 2013 Level 3

Y459 KCU

Continuing Education

8a-4p

Y460 KCU

Bagocius M

Kent-255

TTh

Class begins 11/01/16 and ends 11/22/16. (No class 11/17)

6-9p

QuickBooks For Small Business Level 1

Learn about the tasks necessary for mastering the essentials of QuickBooks. Topics: setting up a company and chart of accounts; differences between balance sheets and profit and loss statements; creating customer invoices, credit card transactions and sales tax; exploring vendor bill payment methods; QuickBooks banking; transaction types and reports; and discussion of Washington State case studies. Prerequisite: Students should know basic business practices and have Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. Fee $249.00. CEUs: 1.2

Bagocius M

Kent-255

Class begins 11/01/16 and ends 11/10/16.

TTh

6-9p

QuickBooks For Small Business Level 2

In this course, you will learn a range of advanced skills, including how QuickBooks deals with inventory; how to work with balance sheets and accounts; how to run payroll; how to work with estimates and time tracking; and how to customize a variety of QuickBooks reports and forms. Prerequisite: QuickBooks for Small Business Level 1 or equivalent. Fee $169.00. CEUs: .6

Bagocius M

Kent-255

TTh

Class begins 11/15/16 and ends 11/22/16. (No class 11/17)

66

5:30-9p

Learn the right solutions for your type of business through the QuickBooks for Small Business Series. Series includes Levels 1 and 2 at a discounted price! Prerequisite: Students should know basic business practices and have Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. Fee $379.00. CEUs: 1.8

Y462 KCU

F

TTh

QuickBooks For Small Business (2 Class Series)

Class begins 10/28/16 and ends 10/28/16.

Kent-274

Kent-273

QuickBooks

Y461 KCU

Berkley W

Larson G

Class begins 10/04/16 and ends 10/06/16.

Advanced features of Word 2013 enable you to revise, manage, collaborate, and secure your business documents. Topics include comparing documents; merging changes; reviewing tracked changes; adding reference marks; bookmarks, hyperlinks, footnotes and citations; managing long documents; inserting tables of contents; managing outlines; securing documents; adding a digital signature; creating and manipulating forms and more. Prerequisite: Microsoft Word Level 2 or equivalent experience. Text included. Fee $139.00. CEUs: .7

Y458 KCA

w

Ne

Take command of the Windows 10 interface by understanding its features and capabilities. Topics: navigating and customizing the Windows 10 environment; using Windows apps (like Cortana) and desktop applications; working with files and folders with File Explorer and OneDrive; browsing the Internet with Microsoft Edge; installing devices; and security features. Elements requiring a Microsoft account will be demonstrated, but not practiced. Prerequisite: experience with personal computers, desktop applications and the Internet. Text included. Fee $129.00. CEUs: .7

6-9p


greenriver.edu/cce

Continuing Education Fall Classes

Self-supporting classes. See page 10 for key.

Web and Graphic Production

SQL Server

Web Production And Management Certificate (3 Class Series)

Gain hands-on experience in the design, creation, and programming of SQL server databases as they exist in business settings. After completing the certificate, you will be able to create entity relationship models, design and create a working database model in SQL, normalize data, and translate business requirements into actionable items. Certificate may be earned by taking the courses individually, or register for the series and save! See website for prerequisite and required textbook. Fee $699.00. CEUs: 3.6

Y463 KCU

Kent-274

TTh

Class begins 10/18/16 and ends 11/29/16. (No class 11/24)

6-9p

Managing data efficiently in business settings requires the use of relational database management systems (RDBMS). Learn the basic terminology of relational databases and the principles of database design, which can be applied to all database software. You will also discover how to attach/detach a database, create a database diagram and create simple SQL statements. See website for prerequisites and required textbook. Fee $239.00. CEUs: .9

Kent-274

Class begins 10/18/16 and ends 10/25/16.

TTh

6-9p

Microsoft SQL Server is one of the leading industry tools in database management software. In this course, you'll review the fundamental elements of T-SQL, including DML, DDL, DCL and TCL; learn two and three-valued logic and how to work with NULLs; practice querying and modifying a database in SQL Server Management Studio; identify different forms of the JOIN clause; and use different constraints to enforce data integrity. See website for prerequisite and required textbook. Fee $269.00. CEUs: 1.2

Kent-274

Class begins 10/27/16 and ends 11/08/16.

TTh

6-9p

SQL Programming Level 2

Take your SQL Server skills to the next level by creating complicated queries to extract the information you need. Topics: implementing complex queries, utilizing subqueries, derived tables, common table expressions and windowing functions; designing views and inline functions; building stored procedures, user-defined functions and triggers; implementing transactions, error handling, and dynamic SQL; identifying locking and isolation levels; and creating indexes. See website for prerequisite and required textbook. Fee $299.00. CEUs: 1.5

Y466 KCU

Kent-274

TTh

Class begins 11/10/16 and ends 11/29/16. (No class 11/24)

Minnis J

Kent-255

6-9p

MW

6-9p

Dreamweaver

Design and build a website using Adobe Dreamweaver. Topics: how to create a basic page layout; insert text, graphics, and hyperlinks; create headings, tables, and lists; control appearance with basic HTML formatting and CSS styles; export styles to style sheets using the XSS panel; streamline workflow by creating a centralized theme using templates; and test the design for cross-browser compatibility using the preview command. Text included. Prerequisite: Use Windows to navigate, create and move files/folders. Fee $239.00. CEUs: .9

Y468 KCU

SQL Programming Level 1

Y465 KCU

Y467 KCU

Class begins 09/28/16 and ends 10/26/16.

Relational Database Concepts And Design

Y464 KCU

Master the fundamentals of web production, and gain practical experience in planning, creating, and maintaining a website. Topics include designing and building a website with Adobe Dreamweaver; using HTML5 (Hyper-text Markup Language) and CSS3 (Cascading Style Sheets) to create the structure and design; and enhancing the interactivity and functionality of web pages with JavaScript and jQuery. Register for the series and save! Prerequisite: Use Windows to navigate, create and move files and folders. Text included. Fee $609.00. CEUs: 2.7

Minnis J

Kent-255

Class begins 09/28/16 and ends 10/05/16.

MW

6-9p

HTML5 And CSS3

Learn how to read/write the languages of HTML (Hyper-text Markup Language) and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets). Topics: learn HTML tag sets for creating structure and layout, placing content, and controlling values/ attributes within a webpage; use CSS to control the look, feel and design of pages; create interactive navigation; utilize the latest benefits of HTML5 from embedded video to semantic markup; and get the most from CSS3 upgrades. Text included. Prerequisite: Use Windows to navigate, create and move files. Fee $239.00. CEUs: .9

Y469 KCU

Minnis J

Kent-255

Class begins 10/10/16 and ends 10/17/16.

MW

6-9p

Javascript And jQuery Fundamentals

JavaScript is the most popular programming language in the world. Learn to use it to add functionality and interactivity to web pages. Topics include creating functions; using variables, strings, arrays, and Booleans with their corresponding operators; detecting and handling events; and making comparisons, setting up conditions, and creating loops. You'll learn to streamline your workflow by taking advantage of the jQuery library. Text included. Prerequisite: Use Windows to navigate, create and move files/ folders. Fee $239.00. CEUs: .9

Y470 KCU

Minnis J

Kent-255

Class begins 10/19/16 and ends 10/26/16.

MW

6-9p

67

Continuing Education

SQL Server Certificate (3 Class Series)


greenriver.edu/cce

Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

 Class offered online Graphic Production Certificate Level 1 (4 Class Series)

Work Related

Gain a solid foundation in graphic production essentials. You will learn the fundamentals of image editing with Photoshop, discover how to make beautiful graphics with Illustrator, and create professional-looking documents with InDesign. The program includes a 3-hour design capstone session. Earn the certificate by taking the courses individually, or register for the series and save! See website for prerequisite and recommended textbooks. Fee $649.00. CEUs: 3.0

 HIV/AIDS Certification

Class begins 11/02/16 and ends 12/07/16. (No class 11/23)

Y130 A

Y471 KCU

Minnis J

Kent-255

MW

6-9p

Photoshop Level 1

In this introduction to Adobe Photoshop, you will learn the fundamentals of this powerful image editing program. Topics include menu basic tools; palettes; resolution; graphic types; working with selections; layers; enhancing images with paint and filters; image modes; and color adjustments. By the end of class, you will have mastered the basics and be ready to take your Photoshop skills to the next level. See website for prerequisite and recommended textbook. Fee $239.00. CEUs: .9

Y472 KCU

Minnis J

Kent-255

Class begins 11/02/16 and ends 11/09/16.

MW

6-9p

You don't need to be a professional artist to create beautiful graphics! With Adobe Illustrator, you'll unlock your creative impulses in ways you've never imagined. Learn about Illustrator's main tools as well as time saving tricks for creating sharp and crisp art work. Because Illustrator is a vector program, your image won't pixelate no matter how much you enlarge it. And, Illustrator provides easy integration with other Adobe programs. See website for prerequisite and recommended textbook. Fee $239.00. CEUs: .9

Minnis J

Kent-255

Class begins 11/14/16 and ends 11/21/16.

This online program meets the HIV/AIDS education requirement mandated for certification by the Washington State Department of Health. Reference notebook available to check out at the time of registration. Call CE Office ext. 2534 to register. Fee $59.00. CEUs: .7

MW

6-9p

Washington State Department of Licensing requires 90 clock hours: Fundamentals 1, Fundamentals 2, and Sales Practices--register for item #8259. All three online classes must be taken in consecutive order. Practice exams and textbook included. Call Continuing Education at ext. 2535 for more information. Fee: $529.00

R EST 101

Real Estate Fundamentals 1

(3)

R EST 102

Real Estate Fundamentals 2

(3)

R EST 140

Real Estate Sales Practices

(3)

 R EST 120

Real Estate Law

(3)

Call Continuing Education at ext. 2535 for more information. Fee $179.00.

Continuing Education

 R EST 130

Class begins 11/28/16 and ends 12/05/16.

 R EST 170

Kent-255

MW

6-9p

In this final capstone course, you will apply the skills developed in Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign and learn to use all three programs in a single workflow in order to create quality design projects. Prerequisite: successful completion of Photoshop Level 1, Illustrator Level 1 and InDesign Level 1 courses. Fee $79.00. CEUs: .3

Minnis J

Kent-255

Class begins 12/07/16 and ends 12/07/16.

W

6-9p

ARR

8271 DE

 R EST 150

ARR

8279 DE

ARR

ARR

ARR

ONLINE

(3) ARR

Real Estate Prop Mgmt

8283 DE

ONLINE

(3)

Real Estate Finance

Fee $179.00.

ONLINE

(2) ARR

ONLINE

Vocational Training Flagger Training

Training consists of classroom instruction and state certification in flagging, traffic control and safety. Upon successful completion, participants receive a picture ID card with certification valid for three years. Fee includes textbook. Must be at least 18 years of age. Bring lunch. Special arrangements can also be made for group training at your business location. Fee $62.00.

Y240 A

Smith S

Kent-320

F

8a-4:30p

Y243 B

Smith S

ZWC-105

Sa

8a-4:30p

Y792 C

Smith S

Enumclaw

W

8a-4:30p

Y246 D

Smith S

ZWC-105

Sa

8a-4:30p

Y794 E

Smith S

Enumclaw

W

8a-4:30p

Y249 F

Smith S

Kent-320

F

8a-4:30p

Class begins 09/16/16 and ends 09/16/16. Class begins 10/01/16 and ends 10/01/16. Class begins 10/19/16 and ends 10/19/16. Class begins 11/05/16 and ends 11/05/16. Class begins 11/30/16 and ends 11/30/16. Class begins 12/09/16 and ends 12/09/16.

68

ARR

Residential Appraisal

No tuition. Fee $179.00.

Fee $179.00.

Graphic Production Capstone Level 1

Y475 KCU

ONLINE

 Real Estate Licensing Requirements (3 Class Package)

Giving your documents a well-designed, professional look will put you a step ahead in the marketplace. Using Adobe's familiar tools and palettes, you'll find it easy to create professional-looking newsletters, flyers, posters and PDF files for the Web or for professional printing. You'll also learn about the latest techniques for working with text and graphics to create multiple page layouts. See website for prerequisite and recommended textbook. Fee $239.00. CEUs: .9

Minnis J

ARR

Real Estate

8267 DE

InDesign Level 1

Y474 KCU

ARR

Online Package Includes:

Illustrator Level 1

Y473 KCU

Healthcare


greenriver.edu/cce

Continuing Education Fall Classes

Self-supporting classes. See page 10 for key.

This eight-hour course is designed to train operators for certification in sit-down counter-balanced forklift-trucks (light, medium and heavy-duty). Students will have complete written and hands-on testing to meet OSHA, WISHA and L&I requirements. Class meets Department of Labor certification standards. Additional classes will be held on demand or at business locations. Forklift recertification (IVES) available for $99.00--Call Continuing Education for more information. Fee $189.00.

Y260 A

Levin E

TT-412

Sa

8a-5p

Y263 B

Levin E

TT-412

Sa

8a-5p

Class begins 10/22/16 and ends 10/22/16. Class begins 11/19/16 and ends 11/19/16.

This 1-day course with Bottom Line Training Services (BLTS) includes a classroom session, written test, operational training time, and one drive test on one of the following four types of forklifts: sit-down, counter balance; stock picker, rider electric pallet jack, and walkie-stacker electric pallet jack. Additional drive tests to certify on more than one type of forklift are an additional $99 per type. Forklift recertification (BLTS) available for $99. Fee $189.00.

Y266 A

NW Handling W

7a-3:30p

Y267 B

NW Handling W

7a-3:30p

Y268 C

NW Handling-1 W

7a-3:30p

Class begins 09/21/16 and ends 09/21/16. Class begins 10/26/16 and ends 10/26/16. Class begins 11/30/16 and ends 11/30/16.

Pest Management Professional-Information Session

w

Ne

Businesses are hiring Pest Management Professionals now! Come learn from a seasoned industry professional about the career field and the Pest Management Professional Program in this FREE information session. This program prepares you for the certification exam and provides you with job resources! Registration required. Call CE at ext. 2535 or register online.

Bensinger E

WT-16

Class begins 10/04/16 and ends 10/04/16.

T

6:30-8:30p

Pest Management Professional

Looking for a career where local businesses are waiting to hire program graduates at good starting wages? This is it! The recession-proof Pest Management industry provides various services to homeowners and businesses by locating, identifying, treating, catching, and repelling pests. The instructor of this 75-hour lecture and hands-on program is an industry professional. You'll learn the basic principles of pest management and prepare for the WA State Dept. of Agriculture licensing exam. Class fee includes books. Fee $599.00. CEUs: 7.5

Y282 U

Bensinger E

WT-16

Class begins 11/01/16 and ends 02/07/17.

Creative Arts & Crafts Calligraphy: Gothic Black Letter

w

Ne

This ornate 12th century alphabet is surprisingly easy to learn yet quite beautiful with its distinctive style. Because it continues to be used on holiday cards today, now is the perfect time to learn it and make your own greeting cards as originals or to reprint. All supplies included. For all skill levels; minimum age 12-14 (registered with an adult). Fee $99.00. CEUs: 1.0

Y100 U

Anderson N

ZWC-104

T

Class begins 10/25/16 and ends 11/22/16. (No class 11/08)

Forklift Operator Certification (Weekday Class)

Y280 U

Lifelong Learning

TTh

6-9p

6:30-8:30p

Watercolor Painting Techniques

The enjoyment of watercolor begins with learning how to handle the medium: the paint, the paper, and the brush. We'll explore traditional and experimental watercolor techniques. Class includes discussion, evaluation of works in progress, and the fundamental aspects of recognizing shape, value and contrast. All levels welcome. Materials list provided upon registration. Fee $129.00. CEUs: 1.4

Y102 U

Jensen P

WT-16

Class begins 10/05/16 and ends 11/16/16.

W

6:30-8:30p

Water-Soluble Oil Painting

Ease into the magical world of oil painting-the most versatile, workable and expressive of all media while eliminating harmful and hazardous volatile solvents. Get to know the brush and medium as you learn about color step-bystep in your painting expression. Materials list provided upon registration. Fee $129.00. CEUs: 1.4

Y104 U

Jensen P

WT-16

Class begins 10/24/16 and ends 12/05/16.

M

6:30-8:30p

Drawing For Beginners

Learn the basics of creating accurate drawings in this fundamental class working from a variety of still-life objects. Exercises expose you to key concepts and artistic principles to accurately render line, shape, proportion and negative space. Explore various drawing media which includes pencil, pastel, and charcoal. Materials list provided at time of registration. Fee $115.00. CEUs: 1.2

Y106 A

Parker C

IVC-108

Class begins 11/05/16 and ends 11/19/16.

Sa

9a-1p

Digital Photography: Level 1

Move beyond the "auto" mode of your digital camera and take great photos in any situation! Through this basic hands-on course, you will explore modern photography in simple, real-world terms. You will learn about exposure, shutter speed, focus, flash, aperture, depth of field, ISO, and much more. Class requirements include a digital camera (and user guide) that is capable of full manual control. Fee $135.00. CEUs: 1.4

Y110 U

Mccutcheon G SH-250

Class begins 10/04/16 and ends 11/15/16.

T

6:30-8:30p

Digital Photography: Level 2

Go beyond the basics! This class includes working with RAW images, advanced camera controls (exposure lock, spot meter, exposure compensation, advanced flash), using manual controls, shooting for HDR, retouching images in Lightroom or Photoshop, and composition. Three outdoor shooting labs included. Fee $135.00. CEUs: 1.4

Y111 U

Mccutcheon G SH-254

Class begins 10/06/16 and ends 11/17/16.

Th

6:30-8:30p

69

Continuing Education

Forklift-Truck Operator Certification (Saturday Class)


greenriver.edu/cce

Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

 Class offered online Introduction To Night Photography

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Ne

Conquer the mystery and excitement of photographing at dusk and after dark in this two-session class. Learn about equipment, exposure, focus, lighting and themes. Students should have an understanding of ISO, f/ stop, and shutter speed. Level one photography or instructor's permission suggested. Camera with manual controls, tripod and flash recommended. Fee $45.00. CEUs: .4

Y113 U

Mccutcheon G SH-250

Class begins 11/02/16 and ends 11/09/16.

W

Illustrating Picture Books

6:30-8:30p w

Ne

Learn to write and illustrate your picture book in this six-hour crash course! Overview includes manuscript formatting, storyboards, making a book dummy and illustration techniques. Agents, editors and publishing also discussed. Great for any level of illustrator, from beginner to pro. Bring story ideas, one or two recent picture books you like, a sketch pad, a child's watercolor set and a cheap paint brush. Fee $89.00. CEUs: .6

Y119 A

Sulivan D

ZWC-105

Class begins 10/22/16 and ends 10/29/16.

Sa

9a-12p

Celebrate the holidays by creating your own fused glass ornaments or tiles! This fun, 4-hour workshop is a great way for beginners to learn the basics of glass fusing. Students will learn to cut, design, and fire up to 4 colorful glass ornaments to decorate the tree or tiles to give as gifts. A $125 material/firing fee per section paid to instructor in class. Project pick-up on Sunday. Class held off-campus at Blue Dog Art Studio. Fee $79.00. CEUs: .4

Wendt D Wendt D

Blue Dog Blue Dog

Class begins 11/05/16 and ends 11/06/16.

Sa Sa

9a-1p 10-11a

Continuing Education

Impress your friends and family with your unique artwork! Explore the basics of constructing beautiful metal structures for hanging or displaying. You will learn how to use welding and fabrication processes, heat coloring on metal, and techniques for using different types of abrasives. You may choose a project from ideas provided by the instructor or use your own design (by instructor permission). Bring safety glasses and leather work gloves to class. Materials included. Fee $149.00. CEUs: .9

Dent J

TT-603

Class begins 10/22/16 and ends 11/05/16.

w

Ne

This is your chance to give dancing a whirl! It's guaranteed fun with lots of time to practice! We will explore partner dancing, learn basic dance survival skills, and have fun in the process. By learning these steps, you will be able to relax with the thought of that upcoming party or wedding and be able to enjoy dancing the night away to any song, anywhere. No experience necessary. Singles and couples welcome. Fee $59.00. CEUs: .5

Y126 U

Morrow A

Covington CH M

Class begins 10/10/16 and ends 11/07/16.

Sa

3-6p

6:10-7:10p

Nightclub 2-Step: The Basics

This graceful, smooth-flowing dance is a wonderful way to get you through weddings, parties, cruises, and other social dance occasions. The basic steps are easy to learn and suitable even for the occasional dancer. Nightclub 2-step is a great alternative for today's slow dance music. It is the most popular dance for those romantic ballads. Singles and couples welcome. Fee $59.00. CEUs: .5

Y124 U

Morrow A

Covington CH M

7:20-8:20p

Salsa Dancing

Salsa is a hot, exciting dance that gained popularity by combining easy sixstep basic patterns along with pulsating rhythm of Salsa music. Learn the fundamental Salsa pattern as well as some fun patterns to really get you started with all the basic moves and turns, and important feature in Salsa dancing. Come join one of the newest dance crazes that will get your feet grooving and hips moving to the upbeat music of Salsa. Singles and couples welcome. Fee $59.00. CEUs: .5

Y122 U

Morrow A

Covington CH M

Class begins 10/10/16 and ends 11/07/16.

Introduction To The Art Of Metal Sculpture

Y117 B

Dance Survival

Class begins 10/10/16 and ends 11/07/16.

Fused Glass Ornaments/Tiles

Y115 A

Dance

8:30-9:30p

Health  HIV/AIDS Certification

This online program meets the HIV/AIDS education requirement mandated for certification by the Washington State Department of Health. Reference notebook available to check out at the time of registration. Call CE Office to register. Fee $59.00. CEUs: .7

Y130 A

ARR

ARR

ONLINE

Mindfulness And Relaxation

Does your mind race and anxiously wander to the errands and matters of the day? Reports show 60-90% of all doctor visits are due to stress-related disorders. Reducing stress and eliciting a relaxation response can help you cope with emotional and physical stressors. Learn skills to slow down and practice mindfulness--focusing on present moment awareness. These techniques can provide you with a feeling of calm, promoting physical and emotional wellness. Fee $29.00. CEUs: .3

Y134 A

Grasher E

ZWC-104

Class begins 10/22/16 and ends 10/22/16.

Sa

9a-12p

Strategies To Combat Winter Depression

Seasonal depression is a serious and common problem in the Pacific Northwest. Learn the latest research on non-drug ways to get out from under the biochemical changes caused by seasonal changes! In this workshop, you'll learn how to reduce depression when the days are short and dark. Discussion includes light therapy, mineral and vitamin requirements, and behavioral changes that induce physiological shifts. Victoria Leo is the author of the book "Journey Out of SAD: Beat Seasonal Depression Now." Fee $29.00. CEUs: .2

Y154 U

Leo V

IVC-108

Class begins 10/25/16 and ends 10/25/16.

70

T

6:30-8:30p


greenriver.edu/cce

Continuing Education Fall Classes

Self-supporting classes. See page 10 for key.

Home And Garden

Eat Your Way To Good Health (5 Class Series) Go beyond the traditional healthy eating messages we all know! Just as important as what you eat is understanding your body's individual and unique response to these foods and how it relates to your personal health. This series provides you with the progressive and weekly adjustments you can make in your diet to improve YOUR overall health. Courses can be taken individually or save $46 by taking the series! Fee $99.00. CEUs: 1.0

Y138 U

Blake S

SH-355

Class begins 10/18/16 and ends 11/15/16.

T

6:30-8:30p

Nutrients And Digestion

Nutrition is the interaction between our body and the food we eat with digestion being the key. In this class, you will learn about nutrients, understand the importance of digestion, and discover where nutrition happens in our body. Fee $29.00. CEUs: .2

Y139 U

Blake S

SH-355

Class begins 10/18/16 and ends 10/18/16.

T

6:30-8:30p

Blood Sugar Balancing

Sugar...the bittersweet irony. We need it, yet we can't have too much; at the same time we crave it, but over-indulge. You will learn details about saccharides, the mechanism of regulation, how we overload our system, and what happens when imbalance occurs. Fee $29.00. CEUs: .2

Y140 U

Blake S

SH-355

Class begins 10/25/16 and ends 10/25/16.

T

6:30-8:30p

Fats And Cholesterol

The good, the bad, and the misunderstood. Hear a different perspective on cholesterol and fatty acids: what they are, why we need them, how and why we make them, and why they are so misunderstood. We will compare various fatty acid profiles and learn about oxidized cholesterol as a risk factor. Fee $29.00. CEUs: .2

Y141 U

Blake S

SH-355

Class begins 11/01/16 and ends 11/01/16.

T

6:30-8:30p

This class will fill you up with information. Learn how to make your food more nutritious and digestible, how to balance your diet, traditional preparation techniques, and so much more. Fee $29.00. CEUs: .2

Blake S

SH-355

Class begins 11/08/16 and ends 11/08/16.

T

6:30-8:30p

Gut Healing

The basic components involved in healing your digestive system are removing the offending factors, supporting proper function and including healing components. In this class you will learn about these topics and more, such as gut flora, healing foods, detoxification, and the relationship between the gut, the immune system, and the rest of the body. Fee $29.00. CEUs: .2

Y143 U

Blake S

SH-355

Class begins 11/15/16 and ends 11/15/16.

T

Boosting Brain Health As We Age

6:30-8:30p w

Ne

Getting older? Learn how exercise, mental activity, and a healthy diet could help stave off dementia and Alzheimer's disease. Topics include how to oxygenate your brain, support brain structure with healthy fats and support brain function with nutrients, balanced blood sugar, and use. Fee $29.00. CEUs: .25

Y152 U

Blake S

SH-355

Class begins 11/29/16 and ends 11/29/16.

T

6:30-9p

Whole Body Health: More Than Eating The Right Food

Learn about the mind and body connection: how food affects our brain which affects what we THINK and then influences HOW, WHY, and WHAT we eat. In this class, we'll discuss how to address and change eating habits, addictive tendencies with food, and how what we think affects our body. Fee $29.00. CEUs: .25

Y150 U

Blake S

SH-355

Class begins 12/06/16 and ends 12/06/16.

T

Humans and honeybees have had an interesting relationship through time. What lessons can we learn from these honeybees and why are these lessons crucial to our future with our ecosystems? Learn the answers to these questions from Green River biology instructor and avid beekeeper, Daniel Najera, as he shares his research and knowledge about honeybees. Classes can be taken individually or save $25 by taking the series of four classes. Fee $99.00. CEUs: .8

Y163 U

Najera D Najera D

ZWC-107 ZWC-107

Class begins 10/27/16 and ends 11/05/16.

Th Sa

6:30-8:30p 10a-12p

The Complexity Of The Honeybee

For such a common insect, few people know about the complex biology of the honeybee. In this class we will detail each of the three castes (Queen, Worker and Drone) and the wax home that they build. Then we will turn to the more complex aspects of honeybees, specifically behavior and the second most complex form of communication, the waggle dances. Fee $29.00. CEUs: .2

Y164 U

Najera D

ZWC-107

Class begins 10/27/16 and ends 10/27/16.

Th

6:30-8:30p

Honeybees And Humanity: Fear, Agriculture And The Love Of Honey

Honeybees and humans have a long history, specifically regarding two things: stings and honey. First, we will detail the stinging behavior, resulting fear, and then analyze the statistics on allergic reactions. Second, we will discuss the care that humans have given to honeybees with respect to the history of beekeeping, honey production and the transformation of agriculture. Fee $29.00. CEUs: .2

Y165 A

Najera D

ZWC-107

Class begins 10/29/16 and ends 10/29/16.

Sa

10a-12p

Bees, Flowers, Soil, And Water: The Unity Of Life

Nutrient Dense, Properly Prepared, Whole Food

Y142 U

Honeybees, Humans, And The Unity Of Life (4 Class Series)

The past 6 years have seen a tremendous amount of attention paid to the plight of the honeybee, specifically that their population has been decreasing. We will leave no stone unturned as we explore the variety of ways bees influence, and are influenced, by their environment. From pollination to pesticides, water quality to soil deprivation, all the way through invasive species and habitat loss, it will become clear that the story of the honeybee includes many forms of life and is more complex than the news reports. Fee $29.00. CEUs: .2

Y166 U

Najera D

ZWC-107

Class begins 11/03/16 and ends 11/03/16.

Th

6:30-8:30p

There Is No Self: A Guided Tour Of A Honeybee Colony

There is only so much that can be learned by reading a book, listening to the radio, watching a video or hearing a lecture. In this class we will get hands-on experience with a honeybee colony in order to maximize our understanding of this beautiful species. A complete hive check will be performed with discussion of the complexities of life so that we can truly see how this species lives and how interconnected all of life is. We will end with honey tasting. Fee $29.00. CEUs: .2

Y167 A

Najera D

ZWC-107

Class begins 11/05/16 and ends 11/05/16.

Sa

Introduction To Sustainable Gardening And Landscaping

10a-12p w

Ne

Create a great-looking landscape or garden that's healthier for you, your family, your pets, and the environment...and it saves you time and money! Topics include using a sustainable and economical approach to planning and managing a landscape or garden based on five components: soil, water, plants, materials, and health. Fee $35.00. CEUs: .25

Y160 U

Haywood A

SH-254

Class begins 10/11/16 and ends 10/11/16.

T

6:30-9p

6:30-9p

71

Continuing Education


greenriver.edu/cce

Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

 Class offered online

Work At Home Jobs For Real People!

In A Class By Itself Community Access Card To Holman Library

Provides one quarter of access privileges for Holman Library's computers containing Internet, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and thousands of magazines, journals, and documentaries online. An introductory information session provided by the library staff. Register with the CE office. Call ext. 2535. Fee $40.00.

Y170 A

ARR

ARR

ARR

Coming Alive In Retirement!

If you are already in (or approaching) your post-career years, you have an opportunity to reconceptualize yourself, igniting passions both new and longdormant. This class provides a structure for you to define a new You, beyond a job title or parenting role, while you develop effective ways to be both realistic and vibrant with hobbies, friendships, social networks, physical activity and finances. This class will show you how to come alive in retirement, on every level, so that it can truly be a Second Act. Fee $29.00. CEUs: .25

Y178 U

Leo V

SH-252

Class begins 10/26/16 and ends 10/26/16.

W

6-8:30p w

Ne

Writing For Insight And Clarity

This class guides you through types of writing that provide deeper insights and joy. We'll explore directed journaling, creating a positive life review, crafting a memoir, and finding answers to dilemmas and questions. Medical research linking these activities to health and longevity will be reviewed. Class includes in-class projects and worksheets to take home. Fee $29.00. CEUs: .25

Y180 U

Leo V

ZWC-107

Class begins 11/02/16 and ends 11/02/16.

W

Writing For Creative Joy

6-8:30p w

Ne

Use your creativity for different types of writing! You will enjoy travel writing, creating engaging and engrossing stories of everyday life, and combining word-pictures with art, collage and photography. Class includes in-class projects and worksheets to take home. Fee $29.00. CEUs: .25

Y182 U

Leo V

ZWC-107

Continuing Education

Class begins 11/09/16 and ends 11/09/16.

W

6-8:30p

Class begins 10/18/16 and ends 10/18/16.

T

Essential Oils 101: Nature's Extractions

6-8p w

Ne

Essential Oils are a delightful way to relieve stress, calm the mind, and lift the spirits. Learn about the benefits of essential oils and how to incorporate them into your everyday life. We'll discuss what essential oils are, how you can safely use them, and which ones are good for different health issues, natural cleaning, and supporting your emotional health. Samples and resources will be available so you can explore these natural solutions on your own. Fee $29.00. CEUs: .25

Y148 U

Joneschiet J

ZWC-104

Class begins 10/20/16 and ends 10/20/16.

72

Mooradian B

Th

6:30-9p

SH-252

Class begins 10/05/16 and ends 10/05/16.

W

6:30-9:30p

Seattle Football 101: The Basics

Have you recently jumped on the football bandwagon? If so, you may want to understand or review basic football rules, positions, terms, and scoring. As most ardent fans can agree, the best time to ask questions about football may NOT be during the game! Join this fun, interactive class as we use our home team as a model for learning the basics of football which will help you enjoy the game even more. Fee $35.00. CEUs: .35

Y175 A

Baxmann D

WT-16

Class begins 10/01/16 and ends 10/01/16.

Sa

9a-12:30p

Language And Culture Courses emphasize speaking but includes reading, writing, and understanding the language. Course is geared toward the adult student seeking control of a language for practical application such as travel. Cultural, historical and social points of interest are also presented to provide a well-rounded, informative and applicable language program.

Spanish, Beginning

Fee $139.00. CEUs: 1.6

Y190 U

Morris A

ZWC-104

M

6:30-8:30p

ZWC-107

T

6:30-8:30p

Class begins 10/17/16 and ends 12/05/16.

French, Beginning

Fee $139.00. CEUs: 1.6

This fun and empowering 2-hour introductory workshop covers different types of voiceovers and what tools are needed to find success. You'll be coached as you read a script, and recorded so you can receive a professional voiceover evaluation at a later time. You'll obtain the knowledge necessary to determine if this is something you'd like to pursue. Taught by a professional voice actor from the voice acting training company, Voices for All. Fee $39.00. CEUs: .2

SH-254

Y188 U

Y192 U

An Introduction To Voiceovers (Getting Started In Voice Acting)

Y185 U

Need extra ways to supplement your income but not sure what is legitimate? Then this class is for you! Class focuses heavily on the marketing trick of scammers. You'll learn how to track emails, trace IP addresses and research companies, giving you confidence to recognize scammers from legitimate work. Secondly, you'll be provided with resources on how to make extra income as well as legitimate companies that hire at-home workers. Basic Internet and email skills required. Resource book included. Fee $49.00. CEUs: .3

Morris A

Class begins 10/18/16 and ends 12/06/16.

Sign Language, Beginning

Introductory course in American Sign Language for application in everyday communication with hearing and speech impaired individuals. Fee $139.00. CEUs: 1.6

Y195 U

Watanabe L

SH-155

Class begins 10/18/16 and ends 12/06/16.

T

6:30-8:30p


greenriver.edu/cce

Continuing Education Fall Classes

Self-supporting classes. See page 10 for key.

Money Matters

Music

Have you been named as an estate executor of a relative or friend? Do you know what questions and facts you need to know before their death and what to do after their death? This presentation is taught by an experienced lawyer who will provide an overview of the legal rights and responsibilities of an executor and explain the gathering of estate assets; paying the debts; distributing the funds to beneficiaries; and administration of the estate. Fee $39.00. CEUs: .25

Y200 U

Gabrielson O

CH-214

Class begins 10/11/16 and ends 10/11/16.

T

6:30-9p

Wills And Legal Documents We All Need

Wills, Power Of Attorney, Health Care Directives, Appointing Guardians for your Children--what are these and why are they important to you? While not always pleasant to think about, having a will or legal plan can save your family heartache and pain. Whether you plan to work with an attorney or use one of the do-it-yourself software programs available, having knowledge of what to include, how to prepare, and what the legalese means will make the process easier. Class also covers changes and revocations. Fee $39.00. CEUs: .25

Y203 U

Farr M

CH-214

Class begins 10/18/16 and ends 10/18/16.

T

6:30-9p

Regardless of your age, you can learn to create a plan to make the most of your retirement dollars. Will you be able to retire early? How long must your money last? What strategies can you use to save money on your taxes? A Certified Financial Planner will answer these and other essential planning questions. Topics include retirement needs and expenses, social security maximizations, income sources, IRA distributions, investments and more! Materials included. Spouse attends for $20, call CE at ext. 2535 to register. One text included. Fee $59.00. CEUs: .7

Y210 U

Gallo F

ZWC-104

T

Y214 A

Gallo F

ZWC-104

Sa

Class begins 09/27/16 and ends 10/11/16. Class begins 10/01/16 and ends 10/08/16.

6:30-9p 9a-12:45p

Long-Term Care And Government Benefits

A concern for many people is the potential of having all assets and property consumed by long-term care. There are government benefits that can assist in paying for long-term care, but the rules regarding who qualifies for these benefits change frequently, and misinformation is rampant. Come learn about long-term care options, what the current government benefits are and who is eligible to receive them, how to preserve assets, and what pitfalls to avoid. Fee $39.00. CEUs: .25

Farr M

Develop guitar skills while learning songs you like. Beginning guitar students learn note reading, chords, strumming, and other basic skills. Intermediate and advanced class students learn new skills from their current level with individual instruction. Bring guitar, paper and pencil. Fee $99.00. CEUs: 1.0

Y222 U

Buser C

IVC-108

Class begins 09/26/16 and ends 11/28/16.

CH-214

Class begins 10/25/16 and ends 10/25/16.

T

6:30-9p

M

6:30-7:40p

Outdoors For outdoor trips, cancellations are required 48 hours prior to the first day of class. Call (253) 833-9111, ext 3400. Fly Fishing For Chum Salmon

Chum are the 2nd largest Pacific salmon and provide and exciting fall fishery in both saltwater estuaries and rivers. Learn how to pursue these hard fighting salmon in both salt and fresh water with a fly rod. We will discuss tackle, equipment, fly patterns, productive salt and freshwater locations, and techniques for success! Two optional outings for hands-on instruction and fishing.

Y774 EU

Fiskum J

ZWC-107

W

6:30-8:30p

Y775 EA

Fiskum J

ARR

Sa

7-11a

Y776 EB

Fiskum J

ARR

Sa

7-11a

Classroom session on 10/26/16. Fee $29.00

Retirement Planning Today

Y218 U

Guitar, Beginning/Continued

Saltwater Estuary outing on 11/05/16. Fee $59.00 River outing on 11/12/16. Fee $59.00

w

Ne

Yakima River Fly Fishing - DIY

The Yakima River is a heavily guided western trout stream, but DIY (Do it Yourself) anglers can learn its secrets and do very well on this Blue Ribbon trout fishery. We'll discuss wade fishing and rowing your own pontoon boat to access the Yakima's prime water. Fall is the perfect time for both of these options with low flows and good insect hatches. Get a resource guide with details on water flows, hatches, access, hot fly patterns, and strategies for success! Two optional outings with hands-on instruction and fishing.

Y778 EU

Fiskum J

ZWC-107

W

6:30-8:30p

Y779 EA

Fiskum J

ARR

Sa

10a-4p

Y780 EB

Fiskum J

ARR

Sa

9a-5p

Classroom session on 09/21/16. Fee $29.00

Wade fishing outing on 09/24/16. Fee $89.00 Pontoon boat outing on 10/08/16. Fee $89.00

Build A Systematic Fly Pattern Collection For Pacific NW Angling

w

Ne

With over 5,000 commercially produced trout fly patterns, where is a newer angler to start in building a collection of effective flies? As either a fly tier or a fly buyer learn how to stock your fly boxes to be ready for any fishing situation. Get a resource guide with hatch charts, fly pattern styles, suggested patterns for NW fisheries, and how to organize your fly boxes for success. You do not need to be an aquatic entomologist to carry the right flies. Get simple, straight forward information! Fee $35.00. CEUs: .2

Y782 EU

Fiskum J

Enumclaw

Class begins 10/12/16 and ends 10/12/16.

W

6:30-8:30p

73

Continuing Education

How To Be An Executor Of A Will


greenriver.edu/cce

Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

 Class offered online Bank Fishing For Winter Steelhead

w

Ne

A lot of NW Winter Steelhead fishing is about racing around in power boats on crowded rivers. In this class get back to the basics of the sport! Learn how to set up tackle to fish three effective methods for the shore bound angler - drift fishing, float fishing, and spoon fishing. We will discuss productive bank fishing areas on local and regional rivers and how to time your visits for success. Class includes a resource notebook. Optional Saturday outing for a local river for hands-on instruction and fishing.

Y784 EU

Fiskum J

Enumclaw

W

6:30-8:30p

Y785 EA

Fiskum J

ARR

Sa

7-11a

Classroom session on 11/30/16. Fee $29.00

Snoqualmie River outing on 12/03/16. Fee $59.00

Writing Writing For Children And Getting Published

If you ever thought about writing children's books, this class will help you get started. As a beginning writer, you'll learn how to get ideas and turn them into stories as we discuss plot and character development, story structure, view point, dialogue, where and how to market your work, and how to get published. You'll walk away with tips and tools to start your hobby or career as a writer for children. Short writing exercises included. Fee $59.00. CEUs: .5

Y308 A

Rubeck A

ZWC-104

Class begins 10/29/16 and ends 11/05/16.

Sa

9-11:30a

Crafting The Story: Short Story And Novel Writing

Do you know why we are drawn to books like The Hunger Games, The Kite Runner or The Da Vinci Code? It's more than the storyline. Learn what it takes to craft a compelling story by building strong characters, a unique voice, a sense of place, and a fully-drawn, conflict-driven story arc. Fee $115.00. CEUs: 1.0

Y300 U

Bohart L

ZWC-104

Class begins 10/12/16 and ends 11/09/16.

W

6:30-8:30p

Creative Writing For Dreamers, Doers And Dabblers

Continuing Education

Have you ever wanted to try your hand at writing an entertaining, short narrative? Perhaps you'd like to write a short story, blog post, newsletter article or even brochure copy, but feel your writing lacks pizzazz? This class is designed for inexperienced writers who might enjoy exploring their creative potential. You'll learn to sharpen your storytelling skills, broaden word choice, enhance description, develop an appropriate voice, tighten sentence structure, and craft a beginning, middle and end. Fee $65.00. CEUs: .6

Y304 U

Bohart L

SH-250

Class begins 11/03/16 and ends 11/17/16.

74

Th

6:30-8:30p


greenriver.edu/cce Green River College Enumclaw Campus 1414 Griffin Avenue, Enumclaw, WA 98022 (253) 288-3400 Office Hours: Mon–Thur 9 a.m.–8 p.m., closed Friday Green River's Enumclaw Campus offers credit and non-credit classes. The Enumclaw Campus offers over 25 credit classes each quarter. For classes, days and times, see the Credit Class section of this schedule, beginning on page 11. Classes will be noted and shaded in the location field.

Business/Vocational Moving Your Business To The Cloud

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Ne

Cloud services are becoming a more efficient, scalable and less costly way to manage data, applications and websites and can offer huge benefits to large or small businesses. Both public or private cloud services can provide a reduction in IT overhead while encouraging flexibility for users to access data from just about anywhere on any device. How does this affect security? What contract terms are essential to a successful transition? What are the most common mistakes and how are they best avoided? Fee $45.00. CEUs: .3

Y718 EA

Enumclaw

Class begins 10/27/16 and ends 10/27/16.

Th

9a-12p

Primarily designed for non-profits, this introduction to grant writing will help you identify your need, research the best potential funders, make pre-proposal contact with funders, and write the application. Topics include locating private and governmental funding sources, writing a need statement, and evaluating proposals. Fee $119.00. CEUs: .6

Mork-Obrien Enumclaw

Class begins 10/08/16 and ends 10/08/16.

Sa

9a-3:30p

HR Essentials For Managers, Business Owners & HR Staff

w

Ne

This course will provide an overview of workplace laws you must know! Learn to confidently apply the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), wage and hour laws (FLSA) and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Avoid the most common and costly Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) breaches. Learn the legal thinking on employment-at-will, hiring, disciplining and firing and do's and don'ts that keep you out of the courtroom. Learn the current legal hot spots, such as high-tech privacy and records retention. Fee $129.00. CEUs: .7

Y720 EA

Walker K

Enumclaw

Class begins 09/27/16 and ends 09/27/16.

T

8a-4p w

Ne

Finding The Root Of Conflict

Effective communication is essential to the success of any organization, but conflict arises when people have different goals and needs. Knowing the source of conflict is one of the first steps to dealing with it effectively. Through this class you will learn key concepts regarding motivation, learning habits, and perceptions. You'll leave with skills to manage difficult and emotional conversations that aid in maintaining productive discussions during those challenging or complex situations. Fee $35.00. CEUs: .2

Y721 EU

Voso L

Enumclaw

Class begins 09/15/16 and ends 09/15/16.

Th

6:30-8:30p

Flagger Training

Training consists of classroom instruction and state certification in flagging, traffic control and safety. Upon successful completion, participants receive a picture ID card with certification valid for three years. Fee includes textbook. Must be at least 18 years of age. Bring lunch. Fee $62.00.

Y792 C

Smith S

Enumclaw

W

8a-4:30p

Y794 E

Smith S

Enumclaw

W

8a-4:30p

Class begins 10/19/16 and ends 10/19/16. Class begins 11/30/16 and ends 11/30/16.

Communicating Across Generations

Welcome to life in the new workplace! As people live & work longer, today's office houses up to four different generations who grew up in vastly different times, have wide-ranging values and employ conflicting communication styles. The intricacies of workplace communication have become increasingly complex as each group brings a different set of experiences and expectations to the table. Being aware of generational differences can help you anticipate miscommunications and and tailor your message for maximum effect. Fee $35.00. CEUs: .2

Y714 EA

Voso L

Enumclaw

Class begins 10/27/16 and ends 10/27/16.

Th

9-11a

Accounting Basics: An Introduction For Non-Accounting Majors

This course will help you navigate your way around the accounting world by providing the basic steps associated with the accounting cycle. Topics: the accounting cycle; journal entries and T-accounts; Trial Balances; the four financial statements; adjusting entries; closing entries; financial statement analysis; and computerized systems. Petty cash, internal controls and bank reconciliations will also be discussed. Text included. Fee $299.00. CEUs: 1.8

Y716 EU

Sauvageau T

Enumclaw

Class begins 10/03/16 and ends 10/19/16.

MW

9a-12p

Computers iPad Series (2 Class Series) Take both classes and save $19. Register for Y730. Fee $59.00. CEUs: .4

Grant Writing Basics

Y712 EA

Self-supporting classes. See page 10 for key.

iPad: Level 1

Bring your device to this introduction class that will provide hands-on training! Explore the many features and get an understanding of activation, navigation, personalizing your home screen, the physical buttons, the setting panel and the basics of iCloud. We'll also cover several of the "pre-loaded" apps including browsing the web, email, contacts, viewing photos, editing your calendar and more! Fee $39.00. CEUs: .2

Y728 EU

Roberson G

Enumclaw

Class begins 10/18/16 and ends 10/18/16.

T

6-8p

iPad: Level 2

Now that you understand the basics, explore ways to use your device more efficiently! Learn more about the "pre-loaded" apps, organize your apps, advanced features in photos, exploring and finding the many apps available through the iTunes store, creating your own app and configuring your device through the Settings app. Fee $39.00. CEUs: .2

Y729 EA

Roberson G

Enumclaw

Class begins 10/20/16 and ends 10/20/16.

Th

6-8p

Facebook

Learn how to set up an account, how to upload a profile picture, add photo albums, write on a wall, send messages to people, become a member of a group, protect your privacy and more! It's a great way to stay in touch with family and friends. Fee $39.00. CEUs: .2

Y732 EU

Mcintosh D

Enumclaw

Class begins 10/20/16 and ends 10/20/16.

Th

6:30-8:30p

Microsoft Windows 10

Bring your Windows 10 laptop to class, or just observe, and discover the improved features of this program. Topics include navigating Windows 10; using Windows apps (like Cortana, the virtual assistant) and desktop applications; working with files and folders; file storage with OneDrive and accessing the Internet with Microsoft Edge. Some internet features will be demonstration only or please bring your laptop with Microsoft password login set up for hands-on application for this component. Text included. Fee $89.00. CEUs: .4

Y734 EA

Larson G

Enumclaw

Class begins 10/05/16 and ends 10/05/16.

W

8a-12p

75

Enumclaw Campus

Enumclaw Campus Fall Classes


Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

greenriver.edu/cce

 Class offered online Microsoft Word 2013 Level 1

Topics include identifying components of the Word interface; creating new documents; finding, selecting and modifying text; formatting text and paragraphs; adding tables; managing lists; inserting graphic objects; applying design and layout options to pages; using proofreading tools; and customizing the Word environment. Text included. Fee $139 CEUs: .7

Y728

Berkley B

Enumclaw

Class begins 10/17/2016 and ends 10/17/2016.

M

8a-4p

Gain the foundational understanding of Microsoft Excel 2013 that's necessary to create and work with electronic spreadsheets. Topics include navigating a worksheet; entering and editing data, including formulas; entering functions; and modifying and formatting worksheets. You will also learn how to create and format charts, add graphics, work with conditional formatting, create templates and print worksheets. Prerequisite: basic computer skills, including Microsoft Windows proficiency. Text included. Fee $149.00. CEUs: .7

Larson G

Enumclaw

Class begins 11/02/16 and ends 11/02/16.

W

8a-4p

Learn about the tasks necessary for mastering the essentials of QuickBooks. Topics: setting up a company and chart of accounts; differences between balance sheets and profit and loss statements; creating customer invoices, credit card transactions and sales tax; exploring vendor bill payment methods; QuickBooks banking; transaction types and reports; and discussion of Washington State case studies. Text included. Fee $249.00. CEUs: 1.2

Bagocius M

Enumclaw

Class begins 10/01/16 and ends 10/08/16.

Sa

9a-3:30p

Class will concentrate on materials, techniques and design. Landscape, floral, still life and portrait are possible subject matter. No experience necessary. Materials list provided upon registration. Fee $115.00. CEUs: 1.4

Enumclaw

Class begins 09/28/16 and ends 11/09/16.

W

10a-12p

The most commonly used and the most expressive mark in communication is the line. Learn to create strong and accurate drawings through the four elemental shapes that are the base of everything we see; basic perspective which gives depth to your drawings; negative space drawing which develops eye and hand coordination; and composition which puts all the pieces together. Classes will develop skills of both beginning and continuing students. Materials list provided upon registration. Fee $115.00. CEUs: 1.4

Lynest E

Enumclaw

Class begins 09/27/16 and ends 11/08/16.

T

10a-12p

Enumclaw Campus

Enumclaw

Class begins 09/29/16 and ends 11/10/16.

Th

10a-12p

Digital Photography: Level 1

Move beyond the "auto" mode of your digital camera and take great photos in any situation! Through this basic hands-on course, you will explore modern photography in simple, real-world terms. Class requirements include a digital camera (and user guide) that is capable of full manual control. Fee $129.00. CEUs: 1.4

Y701 EU

Young R

Enumclaw

Class begins 10/24/16 and ends 12/05/16.

76

Young R

Enumclaw

Class begins 10/01/16 and ends 10/01/16.

6:30-8:50p

Sa

9a-2p

Learn the art of photographic composition and move beyond the snapshot. Train your eye to find the beauty around you and capture it in a compelling artistic way. Photo enhancement techniques including HDR and portrait retouching will also be covered. Class will cover portrait, macro, and landscape styles with weekly photo assignments and detailed critiques. Good working knowledge of your camera is required. Camera with manual control is recommended. Fee $125.00. CEUs: 1.25

Y704 EU

Young R

Enumclaw

T

6:30-9p

Make a beautiful and personalized holiday gift! With resin you can cast and preserve almost anything - from a photo of someone important, a special place, meaningful words or a bead or memento of significance. In this class create metal earrings, pendants and/or pins. Learn the five basic steps to the resin process that will allow you to continue to make stunning pieces long after completing the class. $12 materials fee payable to instructor day of class. Fee $35.00. CEUs: .2

Erickson J

Enumclaw

Class begins 10/08/16 and ends 10/08/16.

M

6:30-8:50p

Sa

Jewelry Designs In Metal

1-3p w

Ne

Form a unique design or shape with steel wire and then learn to imprint it in metal to create a one of a kind piece of jewelry! Learn the tips and tricks for this simple method and go away from class with a pair of earrings, a pendant and/or a pin. $10 materials fee payable to instructor day of class for either a set of earrings or a pendant. Sterling silver will also be available for additional $10. Fee $35.00. CEUs: .2

Erickson J

Enumclaw

Class begins 11/05/16 and ends 11/05/16.

As an art medium, pastels are convenient and easy to use due to their composition. The purity and intensity of dry color produce an extraordinary range of effects on a variety of surfaces. Their flexibility makes them popular for beginners, while advanced students continually challenge traditional boundaries. Some drawing experience would be helpful. Materials list provided upon registration. Fee $115.00. CEUs: 1.4

Lynest E

Y703 EA

Y709 EA

Pastel Art Techniques

Y708 EA

W

This class will provide you with the knowledge of how light works and includes the opportunity to work with studio lighting equipment, backdrops, and models to produce professional-looking portraits. Topics include: studio/ location considerations, backdrops, lighting equipment, modifiers and triggering devices, exposure, and basic lighting methods. Class includes 2 hours of instruction and 3 hours of hands-on experience. Fee $105.00. CEUs: .5

Y711 EA

Drawing, Beginning/Continued

Y707 EA

Enumclaw

Metal & Resin Jewelry Keepsakes

Watercolor

Lynest E

Young R

Class begins 09/21/16 and ends 10/26/16.

Class begins 09/20/16 and ends 10/18/16.

Creative Arts & Crafts

Y706 EA

Y702 EU

Art Of Photography

QuickBooks For Small Business

Y740 EA

Go beyond the basics! This class includes working with RAW images, advanced camera controls (exposure lock, spot meter, exposure compensation, advanced flash), using manual controls, shooting for HDR, retouching images in Lightroom or Photoshop, and composition. Three outdoor shooting labs included. Fee $129.00. CEUs: 1.4

Photography: Basic Portrait Lighting

Microsoft Excel 2013 Level 1

Y736 EA

Digital Photography: Level 2

Sa

1-3p

Dance Jitterbug Dance

Jitterbug (aka Single Time Swing) is a derivative of the East Coast Swing, Lindy Hop and American Swing, and is suitable for any type of dance setting. It's a fun and easy dance to learn and to begin partner dancing. You will gain a solid foundation in 6-count swing by learning the practical basics of partnering and footwork. Music includes Big Band, Rock and Roll, Rhythm and Blues, Country and Top 40. Singles and couples welcome. Fee $59.00. CEUs: .5

Y745 EU

Wilson J

Thunder MS

Class begins 10/19/16 and ends 11/16/16.

W

6:30-7:30p


greenriver.edu/cce

Country Pattern Dances

w

Ne

Learn the basic steps for several popular country pattern dances and get around the dance floor in style. Pattern dances have specific steps that are repeated, are easy to learn and are very popular! Dances will include: Cowboy Cha Cha, Schottische, Horseshoe Shuffle and El Paso. Everything you need to enjoy an evening of country dancing. Singles and couples welcome. Fee $59.00. CEUs: .5

Wilson J

Thunder MS

Class begins 10/19/16 and ends 11/16/16.

W

7:30-8:30p

Eat Your Way To Good Health (5 Class Series) Go beyond the traditional healthy eating messages we all know! Just as important as what you eat is understanding your body's individual and unique response to these foods and how it relates to your personal health. This series provides you with the progressive and weekly adjustments you can make in your diet to improve YOUR overall health. Courses can be taken individually or save $46 by taking the series! Fee $99.00. CEUs: 1.0

Y750 EA

Blake S

Enumclaw

Class begins 10/05/16 and ends 11/02/16.

W

Yoga, Beginning

This course offers week by week instruction where students will progressively learn the fundamentals upon which a successful yoga practice is based. Get individual feedback and encouragement while learning a functional, therapeutic and intelligently sequenced practice that includes breathing, meditation and asana. Suitable for all ages and abilities. Yoga improves your flexibility, strength and stamina while providing techniques and a greater awareness of balancing mind and body. Bring water, towel and yoga mat. Fee $89.00. CEUs: 1.2

Hoiland J

Enumclaw

Class begins 09/22/16 and ends 11/10/16.

Th

9:30-11a

Nutrition is the interaction between our body and the food we eat with digestion being the key. In this class, you will learn about nutrients, understand the importance of digestion, and discover where nutrition happens in our body. Fee $29.00. CEUs: .2

Y751 EA

Blake S

Enumclaw

Class begins 10/05/16 and ends 10/05/16.

w

Ne

Blake S

Enumclaw

W

The good, the bad, and the misunderstood. Hear a different perspective on cholesterol and fatty acids: what they are, why we need them, how and why we make them, and why they are so misunderstood. We will compare various fatty acid profiles and learn about oxidized cholesterol as a risk factor. Fee $29.00. CEUs: .2

Y753 EA

Class begins 11/03/16 and ends 11/03/16.

Nutrient Dense, Properly Prepared, Whole Food

Enumclaw HS Th

6:30-9p

Blake S

Enumclaw

Class begins 10/19/16 and ends 10/19/16.

W

9:30-11:30a

This class will fill you up with information. Learn how to make your food more nutritious and digestible, how to balance your diet, traditional preparation techniques, and so much more. Fee $29.00. CEUs: .2

Health  HIV/AIDS Certification

This online program meets the HIV/AIDS education requirement mandated for certification by the Washington State Department of Health. Reference notebook available to check out at the time of registration. Call CE Office to register. Fee $59.00. CEUs: .7

Y757 EA

9:30-11:30a

Fats And Cholesterol

This class will provide you some lighter and healthier options for preparing your holiday meals. Get some healthy recipes for holiday classics that taste indulgent! You'll also get tips on preparing these special meals including when to have dishes ready by, what can be prepped ahead and tricks on cooking the perfect turkey! Class taught by culinary and nutrition staff with St. Elizabeth Hospital. Recipes and samples provided. Fee $35.00. CEUs: .25

St. Elizabeth

9:30-11:30a

Sugar...the bittersweet irony. We need it, yet we can't have too much; at the same time we crave it, but over-indulge. You will learn details about saccharides, the mechanism of regulation, how we overload our system, and what happens when imbalance occurs. Fee $29.00. CEUs: .2 Class begins 10/12/16 and ends 10/12/16.

Healthy Holiday Meals & Tips

W

Blood Sugar Balancing

Y752 EA

Gourmet Cooking School

Y749 EU

9:30-11:30a

Nutrients And Digestion

Fitness

Y748 EA

Self-supporting classes. See page 10 for key.

Enumclaw

ARR

ARR

Y754 EA

Blake S

Enumclaw

Class begins 10/26/16 and ends 10/26/16.

W

9:30-11:30a

Gut Healing

The basic components involved in healing your digestive system are removing the offending factors, supporting proper function and including healing components. In this class you will learn about these topics and more, such as gut flora, healing foods, detoxification, and the relationship between the gut, the immune system, and the rest of the body. Fee $29.00. CEUs: .2

Y755 EA

Blake S

Enumclaw

Class begins 11/02/16 and ends 11/02/16.

W

9:30-11:30a

Home And Garden Fall Planting For Your Winter Garden

w

Ne

It's not too late to sow an edible garden that will bear garden bounty through the winter and/or set you up for an early spring harvest! In this class we will cover cold-hardy veggie varieties and how to prepare your garden space to be fruitful through winter. Fee $25.00. CEUs: .2

Y760 EU

Haywood A

Enumclaw

Class begins 09/29/16 and ends 09/29/16.

Th

6:30-8:30p

77

Enumclaw Campus

Y746 EU

Enumclaw Campus Fall Classes


Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

greenriver.edu/cce

 Class offered online

Outdoors

In A Class By Itself Selling On-Line Series (2 Class Series)

For outdoor trips, cancellations are required 48 hours prior to the first day of class. Call (253) 833-9111, ext 3400.

Take both classes and save $19. Register for Y762. Fee $59.00. CEUs: .4

Fly Fishing For Chum Salmon

Selling Your Stuff Online

Ready to dip your toe in selling your stuff online? Learn the basics of what sells best on which sites, how to write keyword rich descriptions and how to add photos that get your items sold! This class will focus primarily on local sale sites, like Craigslist and Facebook, including local Buy, Sell, Trade pages. Safety tips provided as well. Come prepared with at least one item you are ready to part with. Fee $39.00. CEUs: .2

Y763 EU

Mcintosh D

Enumclaw

Class begins 11/01/16 and ends 11/01/16.

T

6:30-8:30p

You've sold a few items online and now you're ready to go big! We'll look at the specifics of shipping items, accepting online payments and playing with the big boys like eBay, Amazon and Etsy. Fee $39.00. CEUs: .2

Mcintosh D

Enumclaw

Class begins 11/03/16 and ends 11/03/16.

Th

6:30-8:30p w

Roast Your Own Coffee

Ne

Our region is a hot bed of gourmet coffee. Come and learn how to roast your own in simple, affordable, non-sophisticated equipment. You'll learn to custom roast your own blends and learn to create your own ultimate cup of coffee. We will discuss sources for beans, roasting equipment options, and a step-by-step process for roasting. We will roast some coffee in class and then have taste testing to follow! Fee $29.00. CEUs: .2

Y766 EU

Fiskum J

Enumclaw

Class begins 11/16/16 and ends 11/16/16.

W

Retirement Planning Today

6:30-8:30p w

Ne

Learn to create a plan to make the most of your retirement dollars. Will you be able to retire early? How long must your money last What strategies can you use to save money on taxes? A Certified Financial Planner will answer these and other essential planning questions. Topics include retirement needs and expenses; social security maximizations; income sources; IRA distributions; investments and more! Spouse attends for $20; register for Y772. One text included. Fee $59 CEUs: .6

Y771

Gallo F

Enumclaw

Class begins 9/22/2016 and ends 9/29/2016.

Th

6-9:00p

Course is geared toward the adult student seeking control of a language for practical application such as travel. Cultural, historical and social points of interest are also presented to provide a well-rounded, informative and applicable language program. Fee $139.00. CEUs: 1.6

Daniels L

Enumclaw

Class begins 09/27/16 and ends 11/15/16.

T

6:30-8:30p

Enumclaw Campus

Music Guitar

Bring your acoustic or electric guitar and learn to play! Beginning guitar students will learn basic chords, strumming, rhythm, music notation and reading and other basic skills. Workbook required ($25) and can be purchased from instructor first night of class. Fee $99.00. CEUs: 1.0

Y770 EU

Hanson P

Thunder MS-401 Th

Class begins 09/22/16 and ends 11/17/16.

78

Fiskum J

ZWC-107

W

6:30-8:30p

Y775 EA

Fiskum J

ARR

Sa

7-11a

Y776 EB

Fiskum J

ARR

Sa

7-11a

Classroom session on 10/26/16. Fee $29.00

River outing on 11/12/16. Fee $59.00

Yakima River Fly Fishing - DIY

7:30-8:30p

w

Ne

The Yakima River is a heavily guided western trout stream, but DIY (Do it Yourself) anglers can learn its secrets and do very well on this blue ribbon trout fishery. We'll discuss wade fishing and rowing your own pontoon boat to access the Yakima's prime water. Fall is the perfect time for both of these options with low flows and good insect hatches. Get a resource guide with details on water flows, hatches, access, hot fly patterns, and strategies for success! Two optional outings with hands-on instruction and fishing.

Y778 EU

Fiskum J

ZWC-107

W

6:30-8:30p

Y779 EA

Fiskum J

ARR

Sa

10a-4p

Y780 EB

Fiskum J

ARR

Sa

9a-5p

Classroom session on 09/21/16. Fee $29

Wade fishing outing on 09/24/16. Fee $89.00 Pontoon boat outing on 10/08/16. Fee $89.00

Build A Systematic Fly Pattern Collection For Pacific NW Angling

w

Ne

With over 5,000 commercially produced trout fly patterns, where is a newer angler to start in building a collection of effective flies? As either a fly tier or a fly buyer learn how to stock your fly boxes to be ready for any fishing situation. Get a resource guide with hatch charts, fly pattern styles, suggested patterns for NW fisheries, and how to organize your fly boxes for success. You do not need to be an aquatic entomologist to carry the right flies. Get simple, straight forward information! Fee $35.00. CEUs: .2

Y782 EU

Spanish, Beginning

Y768 EU

Y774 EU

Saltwater Estuary outing on 11/05/16. Fee $59.00

Selling Online, The Next Step

Y764 EU

Chum are the 2nd largest Pacific salmon and provide an exciting fall fishery in both saltwater estuaries and rivers. Learn how to pursue these hard fighting salmon in both salt and fresh water. We will discuss tackle, equipment, fly patterns, productive salt and freshwater locations, and techniques for success! Two optional outings for hands-on instruction and fishing.

Fiskum J

Enumclaw

Class begins 10/12/16 and ends 10/12/16.

W

6:30-8:30p w

Ne

Bank Fishing For Winter Steelhead

A lot of NW Winter Steelhead fishing is about racing around in power boats on crowded rivers. In this class get back to the basics of the sport! Learn how to set up tackle to fish three effective methods for the shore bound angler - drift fishing, float fishing, and spoon fishing. We will discuss productive bank fishing areas on local and regional rivers and how to time your visits for success. Class includes a resource notebook. Optional Saturday outing for a local river for hands-on instruction and fishing.

Y784 EU

Fiskum J

Enumclaw

W

6:30-8:30p

Y785 EA

Fiskum J

ARR

Sa

7-11a

Classroom session on 11/30/16. Fee $29.00

Snoqualmie River outing on 12/03/16. Fee $59.00


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MAIN CAMPUS Main Campus Phone No.: (253) 833-9111 Campus Safety Emergency No.: (253) 288-3350

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