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Spring Quarter Schedule Spring classes begin April 1, 2013

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Payment options call (253) 833-9111 or go online:

l To self-pay your tuition online at time of registration: cashiers@greenriver.edu or call ext. 2050 l For STEP – Student Tuition Easy Payments: Register for item number STEP and pay $400 within four business days of registering for classes. See class schedule for payment due dates: greenriver.edu/moneyforcollege/stepp.shtm l For financial aid: greenriver.edu/financialresources/ or call ext. 2449 (first complete both the FAFSA and GRCC supplemental financial aid application) Priority Deadlines: Summer – March 15; Fall – March 15; Winter – October 15; Spring – January 15 l For veterans using G.I. Bill (including post 9/11 benefits): veterans@greenriver.edu or call ext. 2466 l For Workforce Education: greenriver.edu/WorkForceEducation/ or call ext. 2211 l For more payment information: greenriver.edu/moneyforcollege

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Apply for admission online

l Go to greenriver.edu/applynow and follow instructions l Pay $20 non-refundable application fee at the time of your COMPASS or with tuition payment l After you receive your student identification number, set up your required college email at greenriver.edu/studentemail. All Green River communication will be sent to your GRCC student email account l Questions? Call Enrollment Services at 253-833-9111, ext. 2500

Determine your placement COMPASS helps place you in the proper math, reading and writing courses l Pay $20 COMPASS fee at the Welcome Center, Enumclaw Campus or Kent Campus l Take COMPASS at the Welcome Center, Enumclaw Campus or Kent Campus l Questions? Call the Testing Center at 253-833-9111, ext. 2650

Advising and registration Sign up for Student Orientation, Advising and Registration (SOAR) l Online at greenriver.edu/soar l At the Welcome Center, Enumclaw Campus or Kent Campus l By calling the Welcome Center at 253-833-9111, ext. 6000

Confirm Confirm your registration and pay your tuition and fees

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 GRCC student email on a regular basis

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2011-2013 GRCC CATALOG

Hours of Operation

Available online at www.greenriver.edu/catalog

For information on hours of operation, go to:

Registration and Payment Due Dates—Spring Quarter Spring tuition and fees are due in full within 4 business days of registration. Students may also sign up for STEP and make the first of three installments within 4 business days of registration for classes.

Feb. 11

Workforce Training

Feb. 12

Currently enrolled and returning student registration begins

Feb. 25

New student registration begins

March 11

2nd STEP payment due

April 8

3rd STEP payment due

Spring Quarter Calendar March 30

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

April 1

Spring classes begin

April 2

No-show replacements accepted

Last day to register for spring quarter without instructor April 3 signature

www.greenriver.edu/hours Table of Contents Registration information................. 3 Web Registration......................... 6 eLearning – credit........................ 9 Common Course Numbering............ 9 AA Degree – Diversity Requirement.... 9

Key to class listings/locations... 10 Credit class listings .............. 11 Continuing Education............. 59 Enumclaw Campus............... 75 Campus map....................... 79

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

April 4

All registrations and adds require instructor signature – no web registrations

Senior Citizen discounts accepted

WA state employee waivers accepted

April 5

Last day for 100% refund of tuition and fees

Class Schedule Spring 2013

April 12

$35 late fee applies to each course addition

April 15

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

Published quarterly by Green River Community College. Periodicals postage paid at Auburn, WA.

April 19

In-Service Day (no day classes)

April 19

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

May 24

Last day to submit pass/non-credit petition

Last day to complete official withdrawal from spring quarter. Web available to drop class(es)

May 27

Memorial Day (campus closed)

June 11

Study Day (no day classes)

June 12-14 Finals June 14

Commencement

June 14

Last day of instruction

June 20

Grades available online

Registration Dates—Summer and Fall Quarter May 6

Workforce Training

May 7

Currently enrolled and returning student registration begins

May 20

New student registration begins

June 24

Summer quarter classes begin

Sept. 23

Fall quarter classes begin

For further information on how to register, call Green River Community College at (253) 833-9111, ext. 2500. TDD: (253) 288-3359.

Registration

Registration information

Green River Community College – Auburn Center 110 2nd St. SW, Auburn, WA 98001-5208 (253) 333-1600 • Fax (253) 333-4940

Green River Community 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 Community 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.

Student E-Mail Go to www.greenriver.edu/studentemail to activate your e-mail account today! The college will use this address for all official communication with all students. 3

Tuition Registration and fees information Registration

Tuition Rates Spring 2013

Washington Resident

U.S. Citizen/Immigrant Non-Resident Waiver

International and Other Non-U.S. Citizen

Per credit charge (1-10 credits)

$106.84

$119.84

$278.84

Per credit charge (11-18 credits)

$52.99

$53.68

$149.00

Per credit charge (19 credits and over), except as noted below for those who qualify.

$96.26

$109.26

$268.26

Professional and Technical surcharge for more than 18 credits (per credit)

$52.99

$53.68

$58.00

* Veterans per credit charge (1-10 credits)

$96.16

N/A

N/A

* Veterans per credit charge (11-18 credits)

$52.99

N/A

N/A

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

$96.26

N/A

N/A

High School completion age 19 and over (per credit – up to 18 cedits)

$12.00

$106.84

$278.84

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

* 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 for winter, space available basis)

Washington state employee........... $43.38 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.)

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.

State support of higher education The state of Washington contributes to the cost of students’ education through support of basic instructional cost and state-supported financial aid. The table below indicates state support by tuition category for students attending Green River Community College for academic year 2011-2012.

Late registration fee

Special courses

Instructional cost per FTE* student Operating fee Net state support per FTE* student

Class Fees

In addition to state support of the basic instructional cost, students also receive state supported financial aid, including that provided from the local institutional financial aid fund (3.5 percent). These amounts are represented by the table below:

$35 will be assessed for each class added after the 10th day of quarter (8th day of summer quarter). Apprenticeship .....................................................................$53 per credit Basic Skills......................................................................... $25 per quarter Parent-Child Education.........................................................$16 per credit See next page and individual class listings in this schedule.

Special fees Admission Application fee.........................................................................$20 Assessment (COMPASS)..........................................................................$20 COMPASS Retake fee........................................................................ $10/$20 Cap and gown, tassel................................................................................$24 General Education Development test (GED)............................................$150 GED retest (each section).........................................................................$30 Graduation application fee........................................................................$20 Locker fee..............................................................................................$7.50 Nelson Denney Test fee.............................................................................$10 STEP.........................................................................................................$25 Transcript fee............................................................................................$10 Transcript fee On Demand.........................................................................$25 The GRCC Cashier’s Office and the Paper Tree Bookstore accept checks for the amount of purchase only.

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Resident Nonresident undergraduate undergraduate $6,168 $2,849 $3,319

$6,168 $7,684 NA

State financial aid per student FTE*................................................ $793 Institutional financial aid fund per student FTE*............................... $87 Total financial aid per student FTE*................................................. $880 *Full-time equivalent.

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 date schedule of: • 1st Payment • 2nd Payment • 3rd Payment $400 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/student-services/apply-now/money-for-college.htm for detail information

Tuition and fees Registration information Washington State Resident

Credits

Tuition

Non-Washington State Resident

U.S. citizens and approved permanent residents

Total Fees

Total F/T

Credits

Tuition

U.S. citizens and INS approved permanent residents

Total Fees

Total F/T

1

106.84

68.00

174.84 1

119.84

68.00

187.84

2

213.68

73.50

287.18 2

239.68

73.50

313.18

3

320.52

79.00

399.52 3

359.52

79.00

438.52

4

427.36

84.50

511.86 4

479.36

84.50

563.86

5

534.20

90.00

624.20 5

599.20

90.00

689.20

6

641.04

99.00

740.04 6

719.04

99.00

818.04

7 747.88 108.00 8 854.72 117.00

855.88 7 838.88 108.00

946.88

971.72 8 958.72 117.00

1,075.72

9 961.56 126.00

1,087.56 9 1,078.56

126.00

1,204.56

10 1,068.40

135.00

1,203.40

10 1,198.40

135.00

1,333.40

11 1,121.39

140.50

1,261.89

11 1,252.08

140.50

1,392.58

12 1,174.38

146.00

1,320.38

12 1,305.76

146.00

1,451.76

13 1,227.37

146.50

1,373.87

13 1,359.44

146.50

1,505.94

14 1,280.36 15 1,333.35

147.00 147.50

147.00

1,560.12

147.50

1,614.30

16 1,386.34

148.00

1,427.36 14 1,413.12 1,480.85 15 1,466.80 1,534.34 16 1,520.48

148.00

1,668.48

17 1,439.33

148.50

1,587.83

17 1,574.16

148.50

1,722.66

18 1,492.32

149.00

1,641.32

18 1,627.84

149.00

1,776.84

19 1,588.58

149.50

1,738.08

19 1,737.10

149.50

1,886.60

20 1,684.84

150.00

1,834.84

20 1,846.36

150.00

1,996.36

21+

92.26 added per credit

21+

Contract International Students

Credits

Tuition

Total Fees

Total F/T

1

278.84

68.00

346.84

2 3

557.68 836.52

73.50 79.00

631.18 915.52

4 1,115.36

84.50

1,199.86

5 1,394.20

90.00

1,484.20

6 1,673.04

99.00

1,772.04

7 1,951.88

108.00

2,059.88

8 2,230.72

117.00

2,347.72

9 2,509.56

126.00

2,635.56

10 2,788.40

135.00

2,923.40

11 2,836.78

140.50

2,977.28

12 3,200.00

149.00

3,349.00

13 3,200.00

149.00

3,349.00

14 3,200.00

149.00

3,349.00

15 3,200.00

149.00

3,349.00

16 3,200.00

149.00

3,349.00

17 3,200.00

149.00

3,349.00

18 3,200.00

149.00

3,349.00

19 3,468.26

149.50

3,617.76

20 3,736.52

150.00

3,886.52

21+

268.26 added per credit

109.26 added per credit

Class Fees: See course descriptions for any additional individual class fees. Fees: 1. Special services fee of $.50 per credit applied to all credits. 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). 3. Facilities fee $17.50 minimum, and $3.50 per credit after 5 credits, not to exceed $35. 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 progam 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. 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 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 will 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. Complete the COMPASS.* *If you have a degree from a community college or a baccalaureate college, you may not need to do this. Bring an unofficial transcript with you to your advising appointment. 3. Schedule a New Student Orientation, Advising and Registration session, or SOAR, by calling (253) 833-9111, ext. 6000, or by signing up online at greenriver.edu/student-services/career-and-advising.

Returning students/not currently enrolled

Request that Enrollment Services update your record. Call ext. 2500 or reapply online.

Student e-mail accounts

 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-services 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 waitlist 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.

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 @mail.greenriver.edu e-mail account regularly. To start using your @mail.greenriver.edu account, go to: greenriver.edu/student-email.

• High School Completion • GED/ABE/ESOL

Currently enrolled day and evening students—Registration access times

5 a.m. to midnight daily

Web Registration cannot be used when registering for: • Audit of credit classes • Tuition waivers

Web Registration hours

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

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.

Continuing Education

Registration access time

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

GED testing GED testing takes place in the Assessment and Testing Center at the Welcome Center (ZWC) every Monday from 9 a.m. until 7 p.m. on a drop-in basis. The fee for the GED Test is $150, payable at the Assessment and Testing Center. You must have government-issued picture ID to test. If you are 16, 17 or 18 years old, you must also bring a signed Request for Approval to Test for the GED from your school district office. For more information, please call the Assessment Center at ext. 2650.

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

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

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

Visit the Schedule Planner prior to registering for classes.

You may use Web Registration anytime on or after your scheduled access time, but not before. See Online Services for registration access time. To register, select the following: • Online Services • Register for classes • Register / add / drop classes 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. Professional/ technical students may register for up to 25 credits per quarter.

To print class schedule

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

Waitlist for full classes—automated system For textbook information, go to: www.greenriver.edu/bookstore. Select Order Now, click the Textbook tab and select your classes to get the information. 6

How do you get into a class that is full?

Entry codes will not allow you to by-pass the waitlist option and register yourself into a full class. The waitlist process works as follows: • Web or in-person registration will provide the option to waitlist into a full class. All prerequisites must be met to be added to a waitlist.

• You can add your name to three separate waitlists—an example would be math, English and chemistry. • Cluster classes are moved from the waitlist 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 waitlist: 1. Go to greenriver.edu/online-services 2. Select Manage My Waitlists 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 waitlist 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 1. Go to greenriver.edu/online-services 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. 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. 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-services 2. Under Student Info., select Student Address If you are on financial aid, you must also notify the Financial Aid Office.

Disability Support Services—ext. 2631 Green River Community 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 LC-271A in the Lindbloom Student Center. 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 in LC-231 in Lindbloom Student Center. Financial aid is available in the form of grants, loans, work-study 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.

Student Rights and Responsibilities 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/student_handbook 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.

Residency Requirements—ext. 2513 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). 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.

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• 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 to make certain students who are not permanent residents or citizens of the United States eligible to pay resident tuition rates. To qualify students must complete an affidavit declaring they 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 school diploma in Washington.

Veterans Services—ext. 2466 Veterans Administration education assistance benefits are computed as follows: 12 or more credits equals full time; 9-11 credits equals three-quarter time; 6-8 credits equals half time; 5 or fewer credits equals tuition fees only. Certification for educational benefits will be forwarded to the VA after proof of registration has been received by the Green River Veterans’ Services Office or when the recipient requests Advance Pay, which must be received by the VA no later than 45 days prior to the beginning date of the quarter.

withdrawal occurs prior to the first day of class only. Shot-term classes are indicated by dates published with the class listing. 7. Refunds of less than $10 will not be made. 8. 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. 9. 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.

Reduced tuition is available for veterans subject to established guidelines. For information, visit Enrollment Services in Lindbloom Student Center, second floor. A certified copy of your DD 214 or a letter from your commanding officer will be required. Active duty military must submit copy of orders to Washington 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 through the fifth instructional day of the quarter when a student officially withdrawals from class. 2. 40 percent refund of tuition only (No fees will be refunded after the 100% refund period ends)—When official withdrawal occurs on the sixth 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

Looking for information on Athletics, Artist & Speakers Series, Heavier Than Air Family Theatre, Theatre Extemporé, or other student programs? Find it online at: www.greenriver.edu/campus-life 8

Final Examination Schedule – Spring 2013 Study Day – June 11 Wednesday, June 12 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. 11 a.m. to 1 p.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, June 13 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, June 14 7 a.m. to 9 a.m. 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. 12 p.m. 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.

Registration

Registration information

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.

Diversity Requirement Added To AA Degree (AA-DTA) Because diversity is a value integral to Green River’s mission, associates of art degree seeking students who began their program of study in Fall 2011 are required to take a diversity course to fulfill their degree requirements. In addition, courses that meet the diversity requirement will be listed in the catalog’s course description in the following manner: “This course meets the diversity course requirement for the AA degree.”

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 www.greenriver.edu/elearning. The quarterly class schedule can be found at www.greenriver.edu/courses/schedules.shtm.

Common Course Numbering

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GRCC course numbers have changed. Make sure you don’t take the same class twice.

Common Course Numbering (CCN) makes commonly shared courses among Washington community and technical colleges have the same course number and title.

Q - If I am already in the AA-DTA degree program do I need to take an additional class?

These courses are identified by an “&” within the department abbreviation. For example: PSYCH 100 now becomes PSYC& 100. For those students who transfer courses from one college to another, this will make that translation for coursework much easier. For more information on CCN, visit our Website.

A - No. The degree change is a requirement for students who began their AA-DTA degree program in Fall Quarter 2011 or later.

Contact your advisor or visit our Web site www.greenriver. edu/catalog/courses/default.aspx for all course transferability information.

Q - If I take a course and use it for another distribution requirement can I count if in both categories? A - Yes. The diversity requirement is the only requirement for the AA degree where it can satisfy more than one requirement. Q - If I took a diversity course at another institution and transfer it to Green River will it count toward this requirement? A - Yes. Green River will honor any course received from a transfer institution if the course meets that college’s diversity requirement. It is the student’s responsibility to provide this documentation to Green River Registrar’s office.

For more information on this change to course requirements, contact your advisor.

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

Key to class listings Registration and locationsinformation Registration

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Green River Community College, 12401 SE 320th, Auburn AD........ ARA......... BI......... CC........... CCA...... CE........ CH........ FC........ HL........ HR........ HS........ IV......... LC........ OEB ...... PA........... PE........ RLC...... SC........ SG........ SH........ SS........ TC........ TI......... WT....... ZWC......

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Administration Athletics Recreation Annex Business and Industry Child Care Center Student Housing Continuing Education Cedar Hall Fitness Center Holman Library Human Resources Humanities & Social Science (includes HSA, HSB, HSC) McIntyre International Village (includes IVA, IVB, IVC, IVD) Lindbloom Student Center Occupational Education Bleha Center for Performing Arts Physical Education Building Rutkowski Learning Center Marv Nelson Science Center Student Gallery Salish Hall Social Science Building Technology Center Trades & Industries (includes TIA, TIB, TIC, TID) Water Technology (WETRC) 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 Library ��� Algona-Pacific Library, 255 Ellingson Road, Pacific Aub Center ������� GRCC Auburn Center, 110 2nd St. SW, Suite 145, Auburn Aub Library ������ Auburn Library, 1102 Auburn Way S., Auburn Blue Dog Glass �� Blue Dog Glass Art, 29304 168th Ave. SE, Kent CCC ��������������� GRCC Child Care Center, 31715 SE 124th Ave., Auburn CLI ���������������� Clinic (to be arranged with instructor) City of Covington – Covington City Hall 16720 SE 271st St. Suite 100, Covington Covington Lib ���� 27100 164th Ave. SE, Covington Enumclaw �������� GRCC Enumclaw Campus, 1414 Griffin Ave., Enumclaw Highline CC ������ 23835 Pacific Hwy. S, Bldg. 99, Kent Kent ��������������� GRCC Kent Campus, 417 Ramsay Way, Suite 112, Kent Kent Library ������ 212 2nd Ave. N., Kent NW Handling ���� Northwest Handling, 110 2nd. St. SW, Auburn Rainier MS ������� Rainier Middle School, 30620 SE 116th, Auburn

Student E-Mail Go to www.greenriver.edu/student-email to activate your e-mail account today! The college will use this address for official communication with all students. 10

SBAC �������������� Small Business Assistance Center (located in the GRCC Auburn Center), 110 2nd St. SW, Suite 135, Auburn Thunder MS ������ Thunder Mountain Middle School, 42018 264th Ave. SE, Enumclaw Wesley Homes �� 32049 109th Pl., SE, Auburn

Spring Credit Classes SPRING 2013 Credit Classes greenriver.edu — April 1–June 14, 2013

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations

Register now for spring quarter • greenriver.edu Accounting

Online Course

ACCT 110

ACCT 118 Prac Financial Account 1

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for READ 104 or instructor’s permission. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: jduthie@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $27.50. (NR) 0139 DEA Duthie J ZWC-107 MW 8-9:50a

Online Course ACCT 110

Prac Financial Account 1

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for READ 104 or instructor’s permission. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail:jduthie@greenriver. edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 0143 DEB Duthie J ARR ARR ARR 0147 DEC Duthie J ARR ARR ARR

ACCT 111

Prac Financial Account 2

(5)

Prerequisite: ACCT 110 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 0155 DE ARR ARR ARR

Hybrid Course ACCT 112

Quickbooks/Accounting

(5)

Prerequisite: ACCT 110 or &201 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; and BUS E 100 with a grade of 2.0 or higher or instructor’s permission. Students will be required to utilize the internet and Website as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus weeks 1-4 and 9-11. Online only weeks 5-8. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: sdavis@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 0163 DEA Davis S HL-149 MW 10-11:50a

Online Course ACCT 112

Quickbooks/Accounting

(5)

Prerequisite: ACCT 110 or &201 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; and BUS E 100 with a grade of 2.0 or higher or instructor’s permission. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: sdavis@greenriver. edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 0167 DEB Davis S ARR ARR ARR

Online Course 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: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 0171 DE ARR ARR ARR

(5)

Hybrid Course ACCT 121

Payroll Accounting

(5)

Prerequisite: ACCT 110 or ACCT& 201 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: jfohn@ greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $27.50. (NR) 0179 DEA Fohn J HL-149 TTh 10-11:50a

Online Course ACCT 121

Online Course

Individual Taxation

Prerequisite: ACCT 111 or ACCT& 201 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 0175 DE ARR ARR ARR

Payroll Accounting

(5)

Prerequisite: ACCT 110 or ACCT& 201 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 0183 DEB ARR ARR ARR

ACCT 175

ACCT Instructor Aide

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. 0247 A Davis S ARR ARR

(5) ARR

Online Course ACCT& 201

Prin Of Accounting I

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for both ENGL& 101 and MATH& 141; or instructor’s permission. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: bbindschatel@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 0251 DE Bindschatel ARR ARR ARR

ACCT& 202

Prin Of Accounting II

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 and MATH& 141; 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) 0263 KCU Kent MW 6:30-8:50p

Learning Community: Transfer Accounting Series

This learning community is for students who want to complete their transfer accounting series in the current quarter. ACCT& 202 will be taught the first half of the quarter and ACCT& 203 in the second half of the quarter. Must register for both classes for a total of 10 credits.

ACCT& 202

Prin Of Accounting II

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 and MATH& 141; 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) 0267 LCA Bindschatel SH-252 Daily 10-11:50a Bindschatel SH-352 F 10-11:50a Class begins 04/01/13 and ends 05/06/13. Must also register for ACCT& 203, item #0295.

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Credit classes

Hybrid Course

Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

W Class offered this quarter only

greenriver.edu Aerospace And Advanced Manufacturing

Online Course ACCT& 202

Prin Of Accounting II

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 and MATH& 141; and ACCT& 201 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Recommended: BUS& 101 and computer spreadsheet skills. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/ elearning. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 0255 DEB ARR ARR ARR

Hybrid Course ACCT& 202

Prin Of Accounting II

(5)

Credit classes

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 and MATH& 141; and ACCT& 201 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Recommended: BUS& 101 and computer spreadsheet skills. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $27.50. (NR) 0259 DEA SH-252 TTh 1-1:50p SH-352 F 1-1:50p

ACCT& 203

Prin Of Accounting III

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 and MATH& 141; 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. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 0271 A Carter P SH-250 Daily 8-8:50a Carter P SH-154 F 8-8:50a 0275 B Carter P SH-250 Daily 9-9:50a Carter P SH-154 F 9-9:50a 0279 C Bindschatel SH-252 Daily 9-9:50a Bindschatel SH-352 F 9-9:50a 0283 D Carter P SH-250 Daily 10-10:50a Carter P SH-154 F 10-10:50a 0291 KCU Kent TTh 6:30-8:50p

Learning Community: Transfer Accounting Series

This learning community is designed for students who want to complete their transfer accounting series in the current quarter. ACCT& 202 will be taught the first half of the quarter and ACCT& 203 in the second half of the quarter. Students must register for both classes for a total of 10 credits.

ACCT& 203

Prin Of Accounting III

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 and MATH& 141; 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. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 0295 LCA Bindschatel SH-252 Daily 10-11:50a Bindschatel SH-352 F 10-11:50a Class begins 05/07/13 and ends 06/14/13. Must also register for ACCT& 202, item #0267.

Prin Of Accounting III

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 and MATH& 141; 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: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: bbindschatel@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 0287 DE Bindschatel ARR ARR ARR

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Machine Maintenance 2

(13)

Prerequisite: Eligible for MATH 072, READ 104 and ENGL 081; or instructor’s permission. No tuition. Fee $2,100.00. 0009 U Pritchard P TIA-24 MWF 5:30-9:30p Pritchard P TIA-24 Sa 8a-5p

American Minority/Ethnic Studies AMES 100

Minority/Ethnic Studies

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100. Satisfies a social science and the diversity course requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 0315 A Adams C SH-259 Daily 11-11:50a

Online Course AMES 100

Minority/Ethnic Studies

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100. Satisfies a social science and the diversity course requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/ elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: cadams@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $37.00. (NR) 0319 DE Adams C ARR ARR ARR

AMES 150

Race/Ethnicity-Pacific

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science and the diversity course requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $1.00. (NR) 0323 A Adams C SH-258 Daily 12-12:50p

Anatomy-Physiology AP 100

Human AP Survey

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a natural science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 0379 A Vandette J SC-238 TTh 7:30-9:50a SC-238 MW 7:30-9:50a 0383 B Kent MW 10a-12:20p 0403 KCA 0387 C SC-238 TTh 3-5:30p SC-238 TTh 6-8:20p 0407 U

Online Course AP 100

Human AP Survey

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a natural science requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: dpelletier@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 0391 DEA Pelletier D ARR ARR ARR 0395 DEB Pelletier D ARR ARR ARR 0399 DEC Pelletier D ARR ARR ARR

Online Course

Online Course ACCT& 203

AAM 104

AP 102

Bringing AP To Life

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 or MATH 072. Satisfies a natural science requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: rvieira@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $40.00. (NR) 0411 DE Vieira R ARR ARR ARR

Spring Credit Classes

greenriver.edu 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) 0415 A SC-239 TTh 8-9:50a SC-230 M 8-9:50a 0419 B SC-239 TTh 8-9:50a SC-230 W 8-9:50a SC-239 TTh 10-11:50a 0423 C SC-230 M 10-11:50a SC-239 TTh 10-11:50a 0427 D SC-230 W 10-11:50a 0431 U Sapunar S SC-239 MW 6-8p SC-230 M 8-10p Sapunar S 0435 V Sapunar S SC-239 MW 6-8p SC-230 W 8-10p Sapunar S

AP 104

Human AP Essentials 2

(5)

Prerequisite: AP 103 and eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $18.00. (NR) 0439 A Najera D SC-239 TTh 1-2:50p Najera D SC-230 M 1-2:50p 0443 B Najera D SC-239 TTh 1-2:50p Najera D SC-230 W 1-2:50p

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. Additional fee of $150.00. (NR) 0447 A Pelletier D SC-233 Sa ARR Class begins 05/18/13 and ends 05/18/13. 0451 B Pelletier D SC-233 Sa ARR Class begins 05/25/13 and ends 05/25/13. Item #0451 opens after item #0447 closes

Anthropology ANTH& 100

Survey Of Anthropology

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $3.00. (NR) 0335 A Jacobs M SH-258 Daily 8-8:50a 0339 B Ferro R SH-258 Daily 10-10:50a 0343 C Ferro R SH-258 Daily 11-11:50a

Online Course ANTH& 100

Survey Of Anthropology

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver.edu. Instructor’s email: rferro@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $38.00. (NR) 0347 DE Ferro R ARR ARR ARR

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) 0359 A Jacobs M SH-258 Daily 9-9:50a

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. 0363 A Ferro R SH-255 Daily 9-9:50a

WANTH& 210

Indians Of North America

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science and the diversity course requirement for AA degree. 0371 A Jacobs M IVA-108 Daily 11-11:50a

Art ART& 100

Art Appreciation

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. 0687 A Metivier P SH-110 MW 3-5:15p 0691 B SH-110 TTh 3-5:15p 0693 U SH-110 TTh 6-8:15p

Online Course ART& 100

Art Appreciation

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 0695 DE ARR ARR ARR

ART 105

Beginning Drawing

(5)

Satisfies an activity or a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 0455 A Small C SH-370 MWF 8-9:50a 0459 B SH-370 MWF 1-2:50p 0463 U SH-370 TTh 6-8:45p 0467 V SH-370 MW 6-8:45p

ART 106

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) 0471 A Small C SH-370 MW 10a-12:45p

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) 0475 A Small C SH-370 MW 10a-12:45p

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) 0479 A Dillon S SH-273 MWF 9-9:50a 0483 B Dillon S SH-273 MWF 10-10:50a 0487 C SH-273 MW 4-5:30p 0491 D SH-273 TTh 4-5:30p

ART 110

Interm Design And Color

(5)

Prerequisite: ART 109 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/ fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 0495 A Dillon S SH-273 MWF 1-2:50p

ART 111

Painting 1

(5)

Satisfies an activity or a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 0497 A SH-372 TTh 9-11:45a 0499 B SH-372 TTh 12-2:45p 0503 U SH-372 TTh 6-8:45p

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Credit classes

AP 103

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations

greenriver.edu

Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

W Class offered this quarter only 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) 0505 A SH-372 TTh 9-11:45a 0507 B SH-372 TTh 12-2:45p 0511 U SH-372 TTh 6-8:45p

WART 219

Adv 3-Dimensional Design

ART 251

Ceramics 1

(5)

Prerequisite: ART 109 and 119. Satisfies an activity or a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 0611 A Small C SH-370 TTh 9-11:45a

(5)

Prerequisite: ART 112. Satisfies an activity or a humanities/fine arts/ English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 0513 A SH-372 TTh 9-11:45a 0515 B SH-372 TTh 12-2:45p 0519 U SH-372 TTh 6-8:45p

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, Thursday and Friday from 5-9p and Saturday-Sunday from 10a-7p. Additional fee of $25.00. (NR) 0623 A Metivier P SH-170 ARR ARR 0627 U SH-170 MW 7:15-10p

ART 114

ART 252

ART 113

Painting 3

(5)

Pottery 1

(5)

Credit classes

Satisfies an activity or a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Mandatory orientation session for daytime students on 04/01/13 or 04/03/13, 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 9a-2p. Additional lab time available Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 5-9p and Saturday-Sunday from 10a-7p. Additional fee of $25.00. (NR) 0531 A Metivier P SH-170 ARR ARR 0535 AA Metivier P SH-170 ARR ARR This section is offered at 3 credits only. 0539 U SH-170 MW 7:15-10p 0543 UU SH-170 MW 7:15-10p This section is offered at 3 credits only.

ART 115

Pottery 2

(5)

Prerequisite: ART 114. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional lab time available Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 5-9p and Saturday-Sunday from 10a-7p. Additional fee of $25.00. (NR) 0555 A Metivier P SH-170 ARR ARR 0559 AA Metivier P SH-170 ARR ARR This section is offered at 3 credits only. 0563 U SH-170 MW 7:15-10p 0567 UU SH-170 MW 7:15-10p This section is offered at 3 credits only.

WART 119

3-Dimensional Design

ART 122

Design For Web

(5)

Satisfies an activity or a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 0571 A Small C SH-370 TTh 9-11:45a

(5)

Prerequisite: ART 109. 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) 0575 U SH-273 MW 5:30-7p

WART 150

Lit/Art Journal Design

Additional fee of $30.00. (NR) 0583 A Oliveira G SH-273

(3) TTh

12-1:40p

Online Course

WART 214

History Of Art 3

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 0607 DE ARR ARR ARR

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Ceramics 2

(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, Thursday and Friday from 5-9p and Saturday-Sunday from 10a-7p. Additional fee of $25.00. (NR) 0639 A Metivier P SH-170 ARR ARR SH-170 MW 7:15-10p 0643 U

ART 253

Ceramics 3

(5)

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, Thursday and Friday from 5-9p and Saturday-Sunday from 10a-7p. Additional fee of $25.00. (NR) 0655 A Metivier P SH-170 ARR ARR 0659 U SH-170 MW 7:15-10p

ART 255

Advanced Painting 1

(5)

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) 0661 A SH-372 TTh 9-11:45a SH-372 TTh 12-2:45p 0663 B 0667 U SH-372 TTh 6-8:45p

ART 256

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) 0669 A SH-372 TTh 9-11:45a SH-372 TTh 12-2:45p 0671 B 0675 U SH-372 TTh 6-8:45p

ART 257

Advanced Painting 3

(5)

Prerequisite: ART 256. Satisfies an activity or a humanities/fine arts/ English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 0677 A SH-372 TTh 9-11:45a 0679 B SH-372 TTh 12-2:45p 0683 U SH-372 TTh 6-8:45p

Astronomy ASTR& 101

Intro To Astronomy

(5)

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) 0703 A Narayanan A SC-117 MTThF 9-10:30a 0707 B Rush D SC-101 TTh 3-6p 0711 U Rush D SC-101 TTh 6:30-9:30p

greenriver.edu

ABODY 100

ABODY 194

Conduct/Safety/Equipment

(1)

Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission and concurrent enrollment in ABODY 180. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 0015 A Millbauer M TIB-5 MTW 7a-12p Th 7-11a Millbauer M TIB-5

ABODY 104

Non-Structural Repair

(14)

Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission and concurrent enrollment in any one of ABODY 180,181,182,183, and 184. Additional fee of $70.00. (NR) 0023 A Millbauer M TIB-5 MTW 7a-12p Millbauer M TIB-5 Th 7-11a

ABODY 105

Structural Damage Repair

(14)

Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission and concurrent enrollment in any one of ABODY 180,181,182,183, and 184. Additional fee of $70.00. (NR) 0031 A Millbauer M TIB-5 MTW 7a-12p Millbauer M TIB-5 Th 7-11a

ABODY 106

Mech And Elec Repair

(15)

Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission and concurrent enrollment in any one of ABODY 180,181,182,183, and 184. Additional fee of $75.00. (NR) 0039 A Millbauer M TIB-5 MTW 7a-12p Millbauer M TIB-5 Th 7-11a

ABODY 107

Plastics And Adhesives

(2)

Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission and concurrent enrollment in any one of ABODY 180,181,182,183, and 184. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 0047 A Millbauer M TIB-5 MTW 7a-12p Millbauer M TIB-5 Th 7-11a

ABODY 108

Painting And Refinishing

(20)

Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission and concurrent enrollment in any one of ABODY 180,181,182,183, and 184. Additional fee of $100.00. (NR) 0055 A Millbauer M TIB-5 MTW 7a-12p Millbauer M TIB-5 Th 7-11a

ABODY 109

Special Shop Practice

(10)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 0063 A Millbauer M TIB-5 MTW Millbauer M TIB-5 Th

ABODY 111

Collision Shop Estimator

7a-12p 7-11a

(3)

Prerequisite: ABODY 110 and instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 0071 A Millbauer M TIB-5 MTW 7a-12p Millbauer M TIB-5 Th 7-11a

ABODY 180 0091

A

ABODY 181 0099

A

ABODY 182 0107

A

ABODY 183 0115

A

ABODY 184 0123

A

Industry Leadership 1 Millbauer M

TIB-5

(1) Th

11a-12p

Th

11a-12p

Th

11a-12p

Th

11a-12p

Th

11a-12p

Industry Leadership 2 Millbauer M

TIB-5

(1)

Industry Leadership 3 Millbauer M

TIB-5

(1)

Industry Leadership 4 Millbauer M

TIB-5 TIB-5

(13) 7a-12p 7-11a

Automotive Technology

For more information contact Karl Hoffman at ext. 4253, Dan Sorensen at ext. 4202, or Paul Mueller at ext. 2635.

ATECH 1081

St Emission Ctrl Spec 1

(4)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. 0715 U Hoffman K TIB-12 M 6-10p

ATECH 110

Shop Procedures

(2)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Eligible for READ 104. Additional fee of $6.00. (NR) 0727 A Sorensen D TIB-12 Daily 8a-12p 0731 B Hoffman K TIB-12 Daily 1-5p 0735 C TIB-12 F 6-10p TIB-12 SaSu 8a-5p 0739 U TIB-12 TTh 5:30-10p 0743 V Lewis D TIB-12 MW 5:30-10p

ATECH 111

Electrical/Electronics

(14)

Prerequisite: ATECH 110 and instructor’s permission. Eligible for READ 104. Additional fee of $42.00. (NR) 0747 A Sorensen D TIB-12 Daily 8a-12p 0751 B Hoffman K TIB-12 Daily 1-5p TIB-12 F 6-10p 0755 C TIB-12 SaSu 8a-5p 0759 U TIB-12 TTh 5:30-10p This section is offered at 6 credits only. 0763 V Lewis D TIB-12 MW 5:30-10p This section is offered at 6 credits only.

ATECH 112

Engine Performance

(14)

Prerequisite: ATECH 110, 111 and instructor’s permission. Eligible for READ 104. Additional fee of $42.00. (NR) 0767 A Sorensen D TIB-12 Daily 8a-12p 0771 B Hoffman K TIB-12 Daily 1-5p TIB-12 F 6-10p 0775 C TIB-12 SaSu 8a-5p 0779 U TIB-12 TTh 5:30-10p This section is offered at 6 credits only. 0783 V Lewis D TIB-12 MW 5:30-10p This section is offered at 6 credits only.

ATECH 113

Engine Repair

(3)

Prerequisite: ATECH 110 and instructor’s permission. Eligible for READ 104. Additional fee of $9.00. (NR) 0787 A Sorensen D TIB-12 Daily 8a-12p 0791 B Hoffman K TIB-12 Daily 1-5p 0795 C TIB-12 F 6-10p TIB-12 SaSu 8a-5p 0799 U TIB-12 TTh 5:30-10p 0803 V Lewis D TIB-12 MW 5:30-10p

(1)

Industry Leadership 5 Millbauer M

Special Topics-Abody

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. 0135 A Millbauer M TIB-5 MTW Millbauer M TIB-5 Th

(1)

15

Credit classes

Auto Body Technology

Spring Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations

Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

W Class offered this quarter only ATECH 114

Auto Transmis/Trans-Axle

greenriver.edu (8)

Prerequisite: ATECH 110 and instructor’s permission. Eligible for READ 104. Additional fee of $24.00. (NR) 0807 A Sorensen D TIB-12 Daily 8a-12p Hoffman K TIB-12 Daily 1-5p 0811 B TIB-12 F 6-10p 0815 C TIB-12 SaSu 8a-5p TIB-12 TTh 5:30-10p 0819 U This section is offered at 6 credits only. 0823 V Lewis D TIB-12 MW 5:30-10p This section is offered at 6 credits only.

ATECH 115

Manual Drive Trains/Axle

(6)

ATECH 150

Auto Leadership 1

(1)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. 0927 A Sorensen D TIB-12 MTWTh 7:45-8a Hoffman K TIB-12 MTWTh 5-5:15p 0931 U Lewis D TIB-12 MW 5-5:30p 0935 V 0939 W TIB-12 F 5-6p

ATECH 151

Auto Leadership 2

(1)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. 0943 A Sorensen D TIB-12 MTWTh 7:45-8a 0947 U Hoffman K TIB-12 MTWTh 5-5:15p 0951 V Lewis D TIB-12 MW 5-5:30p 0955 W TIB-12 F 5-6p

Credit classes

Prerequisite: ATECH 110 and instructor’s permission. Eligible for READ 104. Additional fee of $18.00. (NR) 0827 A Sorensen D TIB-12 Daily 8a-12p Hoffman K TIB-12 Daily 1-5p 0831 B TIB-12 F 6-10p 0835 C TIB-12 SaSu 8a-5p TIB-12 TTh 5:30-10p 0839 U Lewis D TIB-12 MW 5:30-10p 0843 V

ATECH 152

ATECH 116

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. 0975 A Sorensen D TIB-12 MTWTh 7:45-8a 0979 U Hoffman K TIB-12 MTWTh 5-5:15p Lewis D TIB-12 MW 5-5:30p 0983 V TIB-12 F 5-6p 0987 W

Suspension And Steering

(6)

Prerequisite: ATECH 110 and instructor’s permission. Eligible for READ 104. Additional fee of $18.00. (NR) 0847 A Sorensen D TIB-12 Daily 8a-12p 0851 B Hoffman K TIB-12 Daily 1-5p TIB-12 F 6-10p 0855 C TIB-12 SaSu 8a-5p 0859 U TIB-12 TTh 5:30-10p 0863 V Lewis D TIB-12 MW 5:30-10p

ATECH 117

Brakes

(7)

Prerequisite: ATECH 110 and instructor’s permission. Eligible for READ 104. Additional fee of $21.00. (NR) 0867 A Sorensen D TIB-12 Daily 8a-12p 0871 B Hoffman K TIB-12 Daily 1-5p TIB-12 F 6-10p 0875 C TIB-12 SaSu 8a-5p 0879 U TIB-12 TTh 5:30-10p This section is offered at 6 credits only. 0883 V Lewis D TIB-12 MW 5:30-10p This section is offered at 6 credits only.

ATECH 118

Heating And Air Conditio

(6)

Prerequisite: ATECH 110 and instructor’s permission. Eligible for READ 104. Additional fee of $18.00. (NR) 0887 A Sorensen D TIB-12 Daily 8a-12p 0891 B Hoffman K TIB-12 Daily 1-5p 0895 C TIB-12 F 6-10p TIB-12 SaSu 8a-5p 0899 U TIB-12 TTh 5:30-10p 0903 V Lewis D TIB-12 MW 5:30-10p

ATECH 119

Special Shop Practice

(12)

Prerequisite: ATECH 110 and instructor’s permission. Eligible for READ 104. Additional fee of $36.00. (NR) 0907 A Sorensen D TIB-12 Daily 8a-12p 0911 B Hoffman K TIB-12 Daily 1-5p 0915 C TIB-12 F 6-10p TIB-12 SaSu 8a-5p 0919 U TIB-12 TTh 5:30-10p This section is offered at 6 credits only. 0923 V Lewis D TIB-12 MW 5:30-10p This section is offered at 6 credits only.

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Auto Leadership 3

(1)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. 0959 A Sorensen D TIB-12 MTWTh 7:45-8a 0963 U Hoffman K TIB-12 MTWTh 5-5:15p 0967 V Lewis D TIB-12 MW 5-5:30p TIB-12 F 5-6p 0971 W

ATECH 153

Auto Leadership 4

ATECH 154

(1)

Auto Leadership 5

(1)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. 0991 A Sorensen D TIB-12 MTWTh 7:45-8a 0995 U Hoffman K TIB-12 MTWTh 5-5:15p 0999 V Lewis D TIB-12 MW 5-5:30p 1003 W TIB-12 F 5-6p

Aviation AVIA 101 1019 1023

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Aviation Fundamentals Ward C Nelsen K

TC-110 BI-14

(5) Daily Daily

8-8:50a 9-9:50a

Online Course AVIA 103

AVIA History And Careers

(5)

Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: gcomollo@ greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 1175 DE Comollo G ARR ARR ARR

Online Course AVIA 110

Airline Operation

(5)

Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: pvandette@ greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 1027 DE Vandette P ARR ARR ARR

AVIA 111

Priv Pilot, Ground School

Additional fee of $360.00. (NR) 1031 A Richardson M TC-110 1035 B Richardson M TC-110 1039 U Favini K TC-110

MW TTh TTh

(5) 1-3:20p 1-3:20p 6-8:20p

Spring Credit Classes

greenriver.edu AVIA 203 Aircraft Systems

(2)

Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: cward@ greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $14.00. (NR) 1043 DE Ward C ARR ARR

AVIA 123

Aviation Weather

Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 1051 A Ward C TC-110 1055 B HSB-3

ARR

(5) Daily Daily

9-9:50a 11-11:50a

Hybrid Course AVIA 128

Basic Weather Observatio

(3)

Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: msnyder@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 1067 DEA Snyder M SC-305 M 11-11:50a 1071 DEB Snyder M TC-106 M 12-12:50p

AVIA 132

Heli Pilot Private Flt 1

Additional fee of $9,500.00. (NR) 1075 A Comollo G ARR

AVIA 133

AVIA 146

ARR

ARR

ARR

(2) ARR

Prof Pilot Private Flt 2

Additional fee of $9,500.00. (NR) 1091 A Comollo G ARR

ARR

(2)

Prof Pilot Private Flt 1

Additional fee of $9,500.00. (NR) 1087 A Comollo G ARR

ARR

(2)

Heli Pilot Private Flt 3

Additional fee of $9,500.00. (NR) 1083 A Comollo G ARR

AVIA 145

ARR

Heli Pilot Private Flt 2

Additional fee of $9,500.00. (NR) 1079 A Comollo G ARR

AVIA 134

(2)

ARR

(2) ARR

ARR

Online Course AVIA 190

FAA Next Gen

(5)

Prerequisite: AVIA 111, 112 and 123; or instructor’s permission. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: cscott@greenriver. edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 1115 DE Scott C ARR ARR ARR

AVIA 201

Air Traffic Control 1

(5)

Prerequisite: AVIA 216 or AVIA 225 or concurrent enrollment or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $100.00. (NR) 1123 A Wolfe J TC-106 TTh 7-9:20a 1119 B Rupert M TC-106 MW 9:30-11:50a 1127 C Wolfe J TC-106 TTh 9:30-11:50a

AVIA 202

Air Traffic Control 2

(5)

Prerequisite: AVIA 201 with a grade of 3.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $100.00. (NR) 1135 A Sabo K TC-106 TTh 2-4:20p 1139 U Sabo K TC-106 TTh 5-7:20p

Air Traffic Control 3

(5)

Prerequisite: AVIA 202 with a grade of 3.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $100.00. (NR) 1143 A Scott C TC-106 MW 1-3:20p Scott C TC-106 MW 3:30-5:50p 1147 B

AVIA 206 1151

U

AVIA 208

Helicopter Ground School Stone S

TC-110

(3)

MW

Airline Dispatch

6-7:20p

(5)

Prerequisite: AVIA 216 or 225 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 1155 A Comollo G TC-108 MW 7-9a TC-108 F 8-9a Comollo G Comollo G TC-108 MW 1-3:30p 1159 B

AVIA 209

Int’l Flight Planning

(5)

Prerequisite: AVIA 208 or concurrent enrollment or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $100.00. (NR) 1163 A Comollo G TC-108 TTh Comollo G TC-108 F

AVIA 211

Aerodynamics For Pilots

Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 1167 A Comollo G TC-108

AVIA 214

9-11a 9-10a

(5) Daily

Airport Mgmt And Oper

11a-12p

(5)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. 1179 A Scott C SC-240 TTh 1:30-3:50p

AVIA 216

Basic Instr Pilot, Grnd

(5)

Prerequisite: AVIA 111 and concurrent enrollment in AVIA 226; or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $260.00. (NR) 1183 A Ward C TC-110 Daily 10-11a

AVIA 226

Adv Instr Pilot Grnd Sch

(5)

Prerequisite: AVIA 111 or instructor’s permission; and concurrent enrollment in AVIA 216. Additional fee of $260.00. (NR) 1201 A Ward C TC-110 Daily 11a-12p

AVIA 232

Heli Pilot Coml Flt 1

Additional fee of $9,500.00. (NR) 1203 A Comollo G ARR

AVIA 233

AVIA 245

AVIA 247

ARR

ARR

ARR

(2) ARR

ARR

(2) ARR

Prof Pilot Coml Flt 3

Additional fee of $9,500.00. (NR) 1227 A Comollo G ARR

ARR

(2)

Prof Pilot Coml Flt 2

Additional fee of $9,500.00. (NR) 1223 A Comollo G ARR

ARR

(2)

Prof Pilot Coml Flight 1

Additional fee of $9,500.00. (NR) 1219 A Comollo G ARR

AVIA 246

ARR

Helicopter Flight Instr

Additional fee of $9,500.00. (NR) 1215 A Comollo G ARR

ARR

(2)

Heli Pilot Instrum Flt 2

Additional fee of $9,500.00. (NR) 1211 A Comollo G ARR

AVIA 244

ARR

Heli Pilot Coml Flt 2

Additional fee of $9,500.00. (NR) 1207 A Comollo G ARR

AVIA 243

(2)

ARR

(2) ARR

ARR

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Credit classes

Online Course AVIA 112

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations

greenriver.edu

Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

W Class offered this quarter only AVIA 255

Prof Pilot Instrum Flt 1

Additional fee of $9,500.00. (NR) 1231 A Comollo G ARR

AVIA 256

ARR

ARR

Prof Pilot Instrum Flt 2

Additional fee of $9,500.00. (NR) 1235 A Comollo G ARR

AVIA 257

(2)

(2) ARR

ARR

Prof Pilot Instr Flt 3

Additional fee of $9,500.00. (NR) 1239 A Comollo G ARR

(2) ARR

ARR

Basic Education

New ABE/GED students call 253-833-9111, ext. 2315 for assessment and registration appointment. Continuing students should talk to their Basic Skills instructor or go to RLC-125.

Credit classes

GED and Adult Basic Education Classes Students who want to study for the GED test or want to improve their basic math, reading, and writing skills are encouraged to enroll in Adult Basic Education or GED classes. Green River offers ABE and GED classes that give students the opportunity to work individually or in small groups to accomplish their specific learning goals. In these classes, GED students have the opportunity to practice the GED tests and get expert instruction and advice before taking the tests. Registration is easy! Simply take a short placement test to assess your skills before registering. A $25 tuition fee will be charged for any combination of BASIC classes each quarter. Tuition waivers available. 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. Classes are held at the following locations and times: Main campus...............8–10:50 a.m...............Monday–Friday 11 a.m.–1:50 p.m........Monday–Friday 5:30–8:20 p.m.............Monday–Thursday

Auburn Center.............9 –11:50 a.m...............Monday–Thursday Enumclaw Campus.....5:30–8:20 p.m............Tuesday and Thursday GED Preparation for Bilingual Students (English/Spanish) Kent Campus.................6–8:50 p.m.................Tuesday and Thursday

Adult Basic Math

(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. 1391 A RLC-179 Daily 8-8:50a RLC-141 Th 8-8:50a Kent MW 10:30a-12:50p 1399 KCA 1395 B RLC-179 MTWTh 1-2:05p 1403 U RLC-179 MW 6-8:20p

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GED Math 1

(5)

Prerequisite: A grade of P in BASIC 053 or instructor’s permission. $25 tuition will be charged for any combination of BASIC classes each quarter. This is a pass/no credit course. 1407 A RLC-179 Daily 10-10:50a RLC-141 F 10-10:50a

BASIC 056

Adult Basic Reading 2

(5)

Prerequisite: Appropriate placement score on ABE CASAS reading 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. 1411 A RLC-179 Daily 9-9:50a RLC-141 F 9-9:50a Must also register for BASIC 059, item #1419. 1413 B RLC-179 Daily 9-9:50a RLC-141 F 9-9:50a Must also register for BASIC 060, item #1427.

BASIC 058

GED Math

(5)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. $25 tuition will be charged for any combination of BASIC classes each quarter. This is a pass/no credit course. 1415 A RLC-179 Daily 10-10:50a RLC-141 F 10-10:50a

BASIC 059

Adult Basic Writing

(5)

Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission and appropriate COMPASS placement score. $25 tuition will be charged for any combination of BASIC classes each quarter. This is a pass/no credit course. 1419 A ZWC-105 Daily 8-8:50a RLC-141 F 8-8:50a Must also register for BASIC 056, item #1411. 1423 U RLC-179 TTh 6-8:20p

BASIC 060

Kent Campus...............9–11:50 a.m...............Monday–Thursday 12–2:50 p.m................Monday–Thursday 6–8:50 p.m..................Monday and Wednesday

BASIC 053

BASIC 054

ABE/GED Writing

(5)

Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission and appropriate COMPASS score. $25 tuition will be charged for any combination of BASIC classes each quarter. This is a pass/no credit course. 1427 A ZWC-105 Daily 8-8:50a RLC-141 F 8-8:50a Must also register for BASIC 056, item #1413. 1431 B RLC-179 Daily 11-11:50a RLC-141 F 11-11:50a

greenriver.edu

BIOL& 100

BIOL& 160 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) 1643 A Marr K SC-240 WF 8-9:30a Marr K SC-255 T 8-9:50a SC-240 M 8-8:50a Marr K 1647 B Marr K SC-240 WF 8-9:30a SC-255 Th 8-9:50a Marr K Marr K SC-240 M 8-8:50a 1651 C Bodas K SC-240 TTh 10-11:50a SC-255 W 10-11:50a Bodas K 1655 D Bodas K SC-240 TTh 10-11:50a SC-255 F 10-11:50a Bodas K 1667 E SC-240 M 1-1:50p SC-240 WF 1-2:30p SC-255 T 1-2:50p SC-240 M 1-1:50p 1671 F SC-240 WF 1-2:30p SC-255 Th 1-2:50p SC-240 TTh 4-6:45p 1675 U SC-255 TTh 4-6:45p SC-240 TTh 7-9:45p 1679 V SC-255 TTh 7-9:45p

Online Course BIOL& 100

Survey Of Biology

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: mmcvay@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 1659 DEA McVay M ARR ARR ARR McVay M ARR ARR ARR 1663 DEB 1665 DEC McVay M ARR ARR ARR Item #1665 opens after item #1659 and #1663 close.

Hybrid Course BIOL 103

Introduction To Botany

(5)

Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $27.50. (NR) 1627 DE SC-255 M 10a-12:50p

BIOL 110

Northwest Ecology

(5)

Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $8.00. (NR) 1629 EA Enumclaw MWF 7:20-9:40a Friday class meets on 04/05/13, 04/19/13, 05/03/13, 05/17/13 and 05/31/13.

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) 1673 A SC-240 MW 10-11:30a SC-240 F 10-10:50a SC-255 T 10-11:50a 1677 B SC-240 MW 10-11:30a SC-240 F 10-10:50a SC-255 Th 10-11:50a 1681 KCA Vieira R Kent TTh 10:30a-12:30p Kent M 10:30a-12:30p Vieira R 1685 KCB Vieira R Kent TTh 10:30a-12:30p Vieira R Kent M 1-3p Item #1685 opens after item #1681 closes.

WBIOL& 213

Majors Plant

BIOL& 242

Human AP 2

(6)

Prerequisite: BIOL& 211 and eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $17.00. (NR) 1683 A Brumbaugh S SC-240 M 9-9:50a Brumbaugh S SC-240 TTh 8-9:50a Brumbaugh S SC-243 W 8-9:50a 1687 B Brumbaugh S SC-240 M 9-9:50a Brumbaugh S SC-240 TTh 8-9:50a Brumbaugh S SC-243 F 8-9:50a

(5)

Prerequisite: BIOL& 241 with a minimum grade of 2.0 and eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 1691 KCA Vieira R Kent MW 8-9:30a Vieira R Kent TTh 8-10a 1695 KCB Vieira R Kent MW 8-9:30a Vieira R Kent TTh 10a-12p

WBIOL& 260

Microbiology

(5)

Prerequisite: AP 104, BIOL& 212 or BIOL& 242 or instructor’s permission and eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $30.00. (NR) 1699 A Vandette J SC-239 MW 10-11:30a Vandette J SC-244 TTh 8-9:50a Vandette J SC-239 MW 10-11:30a 1703 B Vandette J SC-244 TTh 10-11:50a 1707 C Vandette J SC-239 MW 1-2:30p Thomas J SC-244 TTh 1-2:50p 1709 D Vandette J SC-239 MW 1-2:30p Pelletier D SC-244 TTh 3-4:50p Item #1709 opens after item #1707 closes.

Business Administration Hybrid Course B A 145

Business Computation

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for MATH 062 or BUS E 110 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Students will be required to utilize the internet and Website as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus weeks 1-4 and 9-11. Online only weeks 5-8. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: sdavis@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $17.50. (NR) 1243 DEA Davis S SH-252 MW 1-1:50p

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Credit classes

Biology

Spring Credit Classes

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Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

W Class offered this quarter only

greenriver.edu BUS E 108

Online Course B A 145

Business Computation

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for MATH 062 or BUS E 110 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: sdavis@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 1247 DEB Davis S ARR ARR ARR

For more information call Julie Slettvet at ext. 4687, Lea Ann Simpson at ext. 4393, Tonya McCabe at ext. 4783 or MJ Lockemy at ext. 4375.

BUS E 100

Fundamentals/Computers

(5)

Credit classes

Prerequisite: Eligible for READ 094. Additional fee of $30.00. (NR) 1787 A HL-147 MTWTh 7:30-8:35a 1791 B Lockemy M SH-352 MTWTh 10-11:05a 1795 C McCabe T SH-154 MTWTh 11:15a-12:20p McCabe T Kent TTh 1:15-3:35p 1809 KCA Kent TTh 6:30-8:50p 1811 KCU 1807 EU Enumclaw TTh 7-9:20p

Online Course BUS E 100

Fundamentals/Computers

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for READ 094. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 1799 DEA Slettvet J ARR ARR ARR Instructor’s e-mail:jslettvet@greenriver.edu. 1803 DEB Simpson L ARR ARR ARR Instructor’s e-mail: lsimpson@greenriver.edu.

BUS E 101

Beg Typing/Keyboarding

(5)

Recommend: Eligible for READ 094 and BUS E 102 for those with a keyboarding speed in excess of 40 wpm. Additional fee of $30.00. (NR) 1835 A HL-149 MTWTh 8:45-9:50a 1839 B HL-147 MTWTh 11:15a-12:20p 1843 EU Enumclaw TTh 4-6:20p 1847 KCU Kent MW 4-6:20p

BUS E 102

Intermediate Keyboarding

(5)

Prerequisite: BUS E 101 or equivalent. Recommended: BUS E 112 and minimum typing speed of 40 wpm. Additional fee of $30.00. (NR) 1851 A Lockemy M SH-154 MTWTh 7:30-8:35a 1855 EU Enumclaw TTh 4-6:20p 1859 KCU Kent MW 4-6:20p 1863 U HL-149 TTh 4-6:20p

BUS E 103

Advanced Keyboarding

(5)

Prerequisite: BUS E 102 or equivalent; and BUS E 112. A minimum typing speed of 50 wpm is recommended. Additional fee of $30.00. (NR) 1867 A Lockemy M SH-154 MTWTh 7:30-8:35a Enumclaw TTh 4-6:20p 1869 EU 1871 KCU Kent MW 4-6:20p HL-149 TTh 4-6:20p 1875 U

BUS E 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) 1879 A HL-149 MTWTh 8:45-9:50a 1883 EU Enumclaw TTh 4-6:20p 1885 KCU Kent MW 4-6:20p

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(4)

Online Course BUS E 109

Business Education

Typing Speed/Accuracy 2

Prerequisite: BUS E 107. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $15.00. (NR) 1887 A HL-149 MTWTh 8:45-9:50a 1891 EU Enumclaw TTh 4-6:20p Kent MW 4-6:20p 1893 KCU

Legal Terminology

(3)

Prerequisite: Eligible for READ 094. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: lrapozo@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $21.00. (NR) 1895 DE Rapozo L ARR ARR ARR

Hybrid Course BUS E 110

Business Math Applic

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for MATH 072. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: lsimpson@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $32.50. (NR) 1899 DEA Simpson L SH-350 MW 8:45-9:50a

Online Course BUS E 110

Business Math Applic

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for MATH 072. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: lsimpson@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 1903 DEB Simpson L ARR ARR ARR

BUS E 111

Personal Computing

(3)

Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. Recommend: Eligible for READ 094. Additional fee of $15.00. (NR) 1907 A HL-147 MTW 1-2p

BUS E 112

Beginning Word

(5)

Prerequisite: BUS E 100 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $30.00. (NR) 1915 A Lockemy M SH-350 MTWTh 11:15a-12:20p

BUS E 120

Machine Transcription

(5)

Prerequisite: BUS E 102 or instructor’s permission. A college-level English composition class is highly recommended. Additional fee of $30.00. (NR) 1963 U HL-149 TTh 6:30-8:50p

BUS E 121

Legal Machine Trans 1

(5)

Prerequisite: BUS E 102 and BUS E 109 or instructor’s permission. A college level composition class is recommended. Additional fee of $30.00. (NR) 1967 U HL-149 TTh 6:30-8:50p

BUS E 122

Med Machine Transcript

(5)

Prerequisite: ENGL 108 and BUS E 102 or instructor’s permission. Recommended: College-level English composition class. Additional fee of $30.00. (NR) 1971 U HL-149 TTh 6:30-8:50p

BUS E 123

Adv Medical Mach Trans

(5)

Prerequisite: BUS E 122 or instructor’s permission. Additional lab time required--11 hours minimum. Additional fee of $30.00. (NR) 1975 U HL-149 TTh 6:30-8:50p

greenriver.edu Medical Transcription

(5)

Prerequisite: AP 100, BUS E 112 and BUS E 123. Additional fee of $30.00. (NR) 1979 U HL-149 TTh 6:30-8:50p

Online Course BUS E 126

Pharmaceutical Basics

(2)

Prerequisite: Eligible for READ 104. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 1983 DE ARR ARR ARR

Online Course BUS E 163

BUS E 175

Instructor Assistant

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. 2255 A McCabe T SH-220 ARR

BUS E 201

Online Course

Advanced Excel

(5)

Prerequisite: BUS E 162 or instructor’s permission. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: lsimpson@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 2055 DEB Simpson L ARR ARR ARR

Legal Prod Keyboarding

(5) ARR

(5)

Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 1987 DE ARR ARR ARR

Prerequisite: BUS E 103 or equivalent, and BUS E 109 and BUS E 112. A recommended typing speed of 60 wpm. Additional fee of $30.00. (NR) 2335 A Lockemy M SH-154 MTWTh 7:30-8:35a 2339 U HL-149 TTh 4-6:20p

BUS E 129

BUS E 202

BUS E 127

Non-Clinic Human Disease

Legal Transcription 2

Prerequisite: BUS E 121. Additional fee of $30.00. (NR) 1991 U HL-149 TTh

BUS E 130

Business Correspondence

(3)

(5) 6:30-8:50p

(5)

Prerequisite: BUS E 100 with a grade of 2.0 or higher and eligible for ENGL 100 and READ 104; or instructor’s permission. 1999 A Slettvet J SH-352 MTWTh 11:15a-12:20p

Online Course BUS E 132

Bus Comm Applications

(5)

Prerequisite: BUS E 100 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: jslettvet@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 2003 DE Slettvet J ARR ARR ARR

BUS E 140

Records Management

(5)

Prerequisite: BUS E 100 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Recommended: BUS E 185. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 2007 KCU Kent MW 6:30-8:50p

Online Course BUS E 150

Introduction To Windows

(5)

Prerequisite: BUS E 100 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: tmccabe@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 2031 DE McCabe T ARR ARR ARR

BUS E 162

Introduction To Excel

(5)

Prerequisite: BUS E 100 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $30.00. (NR) 2039 KCA Simpson L Kent TTh 10:30a-12:50p

Online Course BUS E 162

Introduction To Excel

(5)

Prerequisite: BUS E 100 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: lsimpson@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 2043 DEB Simpson L ARR ARR ARR

BUS E 163

Advanced Excel

(5)

Prerequisite: BUS E 162 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $30.00. (NR) 2051 KCA Simpson L Kent TTh 10:30a-12:50p

Medical Prod Keyboarding

(5)

Prerequisite: BUS E 103 or equivalent, BUS E 112, BUS E 122 and ENGL 108. A minimum typing speed of 60 wpm is recommended. Additional lab time required - 11 hours minimum. Additional fee of $30.00. (NR) 2343 A Lockemy M SH-154 MTWTh 7:30-8:35a HL-149 TTh 4-6:20p 2347 U

BUS E 216

Computer Support Intern1

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. 2359 A McCabe T SH-220 ARR

BUS E 217

Computer Support Intern2

Prerequisite: BUS E 216 and instructor’s permission. 2363 A McCabe T SH-220 ARR

BUS E 235

Legal Office Procedures

(5) ARR

(5) ARR

(5)

Prerequisite: BUS E 103 and 121. Additional lab time required - 11 hours minimum. Additional fee of $30.00. (NR) 2375 U HL-147 MW 4-6:20p

BUS E 245

Medical Office Procedure

(5)

Prerequisite: BUS E 103 and 122. Additional lab time required--11 hours minimum. Additional fee of $30.00. (NR) 2379 U HL-147 MW 4-6:20p

BUS E 246

Interm Medical Coding

(5)

Prerequisite: BUS E 145 and BUS E 146; or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $30.00. (NR) 2383 U HL-147 MW 6:30-8:50p

Online Course BUS E 248

Healthcare Reimbursement

(5)

Prerequisite: BUS E 142, BUS E 143, BUS E 145 and BUS E 146; or instructor’s permission. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 2387 DE ARR ARR ARR

BUS E 250

Office Relations/Proced

(5)

Prerequisite: BUS E 100 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; BUS E 130 and eligible for ENGL& 101; or instructor’s permission. 2391 A McCabe T SH-154 MTWTh 10-11:05a

BUS E 255

Advanced Word

(5)

Prerequisite: BUS E 112 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $30.00. (NR) 2403 A Lockemy M SH-350 MTWTh 11:15a-12:20p

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Credit classes

BUS E 124

Spring Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations

Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

W Class offered this quarter only

greenriver.edu

Hybrid Course BUS E 266

Hybrid Course Inside Microsoft Office

(5)

Prerequisite: BUS E 100 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or IT 101; or instructor’s permission. Recommended: BUS E 112, 132, 150, 162 and 185. Students will be required to use the internet and Website as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: jslettvet@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 2407 DE Slettvet J SH-352 TTh 8:45-9:50a

Introduction To Business

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100. Writing skills are recommended. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. 2415 A Broxholm T ZWC-104 Daily 9-9:50a 2419 B Broxholm T ZWC-104 Daily 10-10:50a

Credit classes

BUS& 101

Introduction To Business

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100. Writing skills are recommended. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held at the Kent Campus. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $17.50. (NR) 2423 DEA Kent Th 10:30a-12:30p

Online Course BUS& 101

Introduction To Business

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100. Writing skills are recommended. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 2425 DEB Perlot J ARR ARR ARR Instructor’s e-mail: jperlot@greenriver.edu. 2427 DEC ARR ARR ARR

Online Course BUS 103

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/ elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: jperlot@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 1715 DEA Perlot J ARR ARR ARR 1719 DEB Perlot J ARR ARR ARR

Online Course BUS 164

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: jperlot@greenriver. edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 1727 DE Perlot J ARR ARR ARR

Online Course BUS 166

Human Relations

(5)

Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: tbroxholm@ greenriver.edu. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: tbroxholm@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 1731 DEA Broxholm T ARR ARR ARR

22

(5)

Online Course Career Management

(1)

Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $40.00. (NR) 1739 DE ARR ARR ARR

BUS 180

Supervised Work Exper 2

(6)

Prerequisite: Completion of at least 15 credits in Business Management and instructor’s permission. Coordinated classroom and on-the-job training to develop employment and pre-supervisory skills. Employment must be in a bona fide, remunerated position where the work involves frequent interactions with other people. 1743 A Perlot J LC-225 ARR ARR

Hybrid Course BUS 181

Intro-International Bus

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held at the Kent Campus. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $17.50. (NR) 1747 DE Kent W 6:30-8p

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) 2431 A Primiani F RLC-131 Daily 9-9:50a 2435 B Primiani F RLC-131 Daily 9-9:50a 2439 KCU Primiani F Kent TTh 4-6:20p

Hybrid Course BUS 258

Entrepreneurship

Basic Financial Mgmt

Prerequisite: B A 145 or instructor’s permission. Visit: www.greenriver. edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: jperlot@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 1735 DE Perlot J ARR ARR ARR

BUS& 201 Business Leadership

(5)

Online Course

BUS 175

Hybrid Course

Human Relations

Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held at the Kent Campus. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: tbroxholm@ greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 1733 DEU Broxholm T Kent M 5-6:20p

BUS 173

Business Management BUS& 101

BUS 166

Prin Mgmt/Supervision

(5)

Prerequisite: BUS 103 and BUS 164 or instructor’s permission. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held at the Kent Campus. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: tbroxholm@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $17.50. (NR) 1779 DE Broxholm T Kent M 6:30-8p

Carpentry Technology

CHEM& 161

Spring Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations

General Chem W/Lab I

(6)

WCARP 1031

Resid Light/Com’l Carp 3

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $30.00. (NR) 2443 A Martin G TIA-14 MTWTh 7:30a-12:30p Must also register for CARP 1032, item #2447.

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) 2551 A SC-323 TTh 1-2:20p SC-316 MW 1-2:50p SC-323 MW 1-2:50p

WCARP 1032

Carpentry Seminar 3

CHEM& 162

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

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. 2447 A Martin G TIA-14 F Must also register for CARP 1031, item #2443.

WCARP 146

Basic Cabinet Constr

WCARP 151

Intl Residential Code

Additional fee of $45.00. (NR) 2455 U Hoffman B TIA-14 2459

U

CARP 152 2463

U

Cabe M

HSB-6 HSB-6

8-11a

(4) TTh

5:30-9p

(3) M

6-9p

M

6-9p

Intíl Building Code Cabe M

(13)

(3)

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) 2515 A SC-323 MTWF 8-8:50a SC-315 Th 8-9:50a 2519 B SC-322 MTWF 10-10:50a SC-315 Th 10-11:50a 2523 C SC-322 MTWF 10-10:50a SC-315 F 11a-12:50p

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) 2527 A Mueller J SC-101 MTThF 8-8:50a Mueller J SC-315 W 8-9:50a SC-305 T 1-2:50p 2531 B SC-315 W 1-2:50p SC-305 ThF 1-1:50p

CHEM& 140

General Chem Prep W/Lab

(5)

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) 2535 A SC-318 MTTh 9-9:50a SC-308 WF 8-9:50a SC-318 WF 8-9:50a 2539 B Critchlow S SC-305 MTTh 10-10:50a Critchlow S SC-308 WF 10-11:50a Critchlow S SC-305 WF 10-11:50a 2543 C SC-305 MTTh 3-3:50p SC-308 WF 3-4:50p SC-305 WF 3-4:50p 2547 U SC-305 TTh 6-9:30p SC-308 TTh 6-9:30p

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) 2555 A SC-305 MW 8-9:25a SC-316 TTh 8-9:50a SC-305 TTh 8-9:50a Lundquist W SC-318 MW 10-11:25a 2559 B TTh 10-11:50a Lundquist W SC-316 TTh 10-11:50a Lundquist W SC-318 Lundquist W SC-318 MW 1-2:25p 2563 C TTh 1-2:50p Lundquist W SC-316 TTh 1-2:50p Lundquist W SC-318 SC-322 MW 6-9:30p 2567 U SC-316 MW 6-9:30p

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) 2571 A Critchlow S SC-322 MWF 9-9:50a Critchlow S SC-308 TTh 8-9:50a SC-322 TTh 8-9:50a Critchlow S Marr K SC-323 MWF 11-11:50a 2575 B Marr K SC-308 TTh 10-11:50a Marr K SC-323 TTh 10-11:50a 2579 C Critchlow S SC-322 MWF 1-1:50p Critchlow S SC-308 TTh 1-2:50p Critchlow S SC-322 TTh 1-2:50p

WCHEM& 263

Organic Chem W/Lab III

(6)

Prerequisite: CHEM& 262 and eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 2583 A Mueller J SC-101 TWThF 10-10:50a SC-322 Th 12-12:25p Mueller J Mueller J SC-315 M 10a-12:50p 2587 B Mueller J SC-101 TWThF 10-10:50a SC-322 Th 12-12:25p Mueller J Mueller J SC-315 M 2-4:50p

23

Credit classes

greenriver.edu

Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

W Class offered this quarter only

greenriver.edu

Chinese CHIN& 122

Chinese II

(5)

Prerequisite: A grade of 2.0 or higher in CHIN& 121 or equivalent with instructor’s permission and eligible for ENGL 100. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 2599 U Hier D SH-155 TTh 4:45-7:05p

WCHIN& 123

Chinese III

(5)

Prerequisite: A grade of 2.0 or higher in CHIN& 122 or equivalent with instructor’s permission and eligible for ENGL 100. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 2603 A Hier D SH-155 TTh 2:15-4:35p

Communication Studies Credit classes

CMST 100

Fund-Oral Communication

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $3.00. (NR) 2663 A Fellers C IVA-106 Daily 9-9:50a Fellers C HSB-7 Daily 12-12:50p 2667 B

CMST& 102

Intro To Mass Media

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. 2711 A Knowlton J SS-9 Daily 10-10:50a

Online Course CMST& 102

Intro To Mass Media

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 2715 DEA ARR ARR ARR 2719 DEB Knowlton J ARR ARR ARR Instructor’s e-mail: jknowlton@greenriver.edu.

CMST& 210

Interpersonal Comm

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $3.00. (NR) 2723 A SH-159 Daily 8-8:50a 2743 B Alcorn J ZWC-105 Daily 9-9:50a 2727 C Alcorn J ZWC-107 Daily 10-10:50a Item #2727 Instructor’s permission also required. 2751 KCA Kent TTh 10:30a-12:50p 2731 D Katims K SH-159 MTTh 11a-12:25p 2735 E HSB-7 TTh 2:20-4:40p 2755 U SH-250 TTh 4:45-7:05p Item #2755 opens after item #2759 closes. 2759 V SH-159 MW 4:45-7:05p 2747 EU Enumclaw MW 7-9:20p

Interpersonal Comm

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: jalcorn@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $20.50. (NR) 2739 DEA Alcorn J HSB-7 W 1:15-3:35p

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CMST 215

Critical Analysis/Media

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: wscott@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $20.50. (NR) 2691 DE Scott W HSB-7 MTWTh 9-9:50a

CMST& 220

Public Speaking

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 2763 A SH-159 Daily 7-7:50a 2767 B SH-252 Daily 8-8:50a 2785 KCB Kent Daily 8-8:50a 2771 C Katims K SH-159 Daily 9-9:50a Katims K SH-159 Daily 10-10:50a 2775 D Alcorn J ZWC-105 Daily 11-11:50a 2779 E 2783 KCA Kent TTh 1:30-3:50p 2791 U SH-159 TTh 4:45-7:05p Kent TTh 6:30-8:50p 2787 KCU SH-159 MW 7:15-9:35p 2795 V

CMST& 230

Small Group Comm

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $3.00. (NR) 2807 A SH-159 TTh 1:30-3:50p Kent T 5:30-9:30p 2811 KCU

Hybrid Course CMST& 230

Small Group Comm

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: wscott@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $20.50. (NR) 2799 DEA Scott W HSB-7 MTWTh 10-10:50a Scott W HSB-7 MTWTh 11-11:50a 2803 DEB

Computer Reporting Technologies Note: Internet and Hybrid courses have a user fee per course per year. CRPT 080

Machine Shorthand Lab

(1)

Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in CRPT 094-099. 2819 U Ladderud B SH-358 MW

CRPT 0901

Hybrid Course CMST& 210

Hybrid Course

Mach Shrthnd Theory-Beg

Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 2823 U Ladderud B SH-359

MW

5:30-6:30p

(4) 5:30-7:30p

Online Course CRPT 0901

Mach Shrthnd Theory-Beg

(4)

Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: bladderud@ greenriver.edu. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 2821 DE Ladderud B ARR ARR ARR

greenriver.edu Mach Shrthnd Theory-Int

Prerequisite: CRPT 090.1. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 2827 U Ladderud B SH-359 MW

(4) 5:30-7:30p

Online Course CRPT 0902

Mach Shrthnd Theory-Int

(4)

Prerequisite: CRPT 090.1. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: bladderud@greenriver.edu. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 2825 DE Ladderud B ARR ARR ARR

CRPT 091

Mach Shrthnd Theory-Adv

(4)

Prerequisite: CRPT 090.2 or CRPT 100.1. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 2831 U Ladderud B SH-359 MW 5:30-7:30p

Online Course CRPT 091

Mach Shrthnd Theory-Adv

(4)

Prerequisite: CRPT 090.2 or CRPT 100.1. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/ elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: bladderud@greenriver.edu. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 2829 DE Ladderud B ARR ARR ARR

CRPT 092

Machine Shorthand 40Wpm

(4)

Prerequisite: CRPT 091 or 100.2. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 2835 U Ladderud B SH-354 MW 6:30-8:30p

Online Course CRPT 092

Machine Shorthand 40Wpm

(4)

Prerequisite: CRPT 091 or 100.2. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: bladderud@greenriver.edu. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 2833 DE Ladderud B ARR ARR ARR

CRPT 093

Machine Shorthand 60Wpm

(4)

Prerequisite: CRPT 092 or 101.1. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 2839 U Ladderud B SH-354 MW 6:30-8:30p

CRPT 094

Machine Shorthand 80Wpm

(6)

Prerequisite: CRPT 093 or 101.2, and concurrent enrollment in CRPT 080. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 2843 U Ladderud B SH-358 MW 5:30-8:30p

CRPT 095

Machine Shorthand 100Wpm

(6)

Prerequisite: CRPT 094 or 102, and concurrent enrollment in CRPT 080. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 2847 U Ladderud B SH-354/358 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) 2851 U Ladderud B SH-358/359 MW 5:30-8:30p

CRPT 1001

Mach Shorthand Theory 1

Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 2867 A Rikansrud J SH-359

Daily

(10) 1-3p

Online Course CRPT 1001

Mach Shorthand Theory 1

(10)

Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: jrikansrud@ greenriver.edu. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 2869 DE Rikansrud J ARR ARR ARR

CRPT 1002

Mach Shorthand Theory 2

Prerequisite: CRPT 100.1. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 2871 A Rikansrud J SH-359 Daily

(10) 1-3p

Online Course CRPT 1002

Mach Shorthand Theory 2

(10)

Prerequisite: CRPT 100.1. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: jrikansrud@greenriver.edu. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 2873 DE Rikansrud J ARR ARR ARR

CRPT 1011

Mach Shorthand Theory 3

Prerequisite: CRPT 100.2. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 2875 A Rikansrud J SH-354 Daily

(10) 1-3p

Online Course CRPT 1011

Mach Shorthand Theory 3

(10)

Prerequisite: CRPT 100.2. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: jrikansrud@greenriver.edu. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 2877 DE Rikansrud J ARR ARR ARR

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) 2879 A Rikansrud J SH-354 Daily 1-3p

Online Course CRPT 1012

Machine Shorthand 60Wpm

(10)

Prerequisite: CRPT 101.1 or instructor’s permission, and concurrent enrollment in CRPT 080. Visit: stenograph.blackboard.com. Instructor’s e-mail: sweldele@greenriver.edu. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 2883 DE Wallace S ARR ARR ARR

CRPT 102

Machine Shorthand 80 Wpm

Prerequisite: CRPT 093 or 101.2. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 2887 A Rapozo L SH-354/359 Daily

(12) 8-10a

Online Course CRPT 102

Machine Shorthand 80 Wpm

(12)

Prerequisite: CRPT 093 or 101.2. Visit: stenograph.blackboard.com. Instructor’s e-mail: sweldele@greenriver.edu. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 2891 DE Wallace S ARR ARR ARR

25

Credit classes

CRPT 0902

Spring Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations

Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

W Class offered this quarter only CRPT 133

Machine Shorthand 100Wpm

Prerequisite: CRPT 094 or 102. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 2895 A Rapozo L SH-354/359 Daily

greenriver.edu (16) 8-11a

Online Course CRPT 133

Machine Shorthand 100Wpm

(16)

Prerequisite: CRPT 094 or 102. Visit: stenograph.blackboard.com. Instructor’s e-mail: sweldele@greenriver.edu. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 2899 DE Wallace S ARR ARR ARR

CRPT 134

Machine Shorthand 120Wpm

Prerequisite: CRPT 095 or 133. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 2903 A Rapozo L SH-354 Daily

(16) 8a-12p

Online Course

Credit classes

CRPT 134

Machine Shorthand 120Wpm

(16)

Prerequisite: CRPT 095 or 133. Visit: stenograph.blackboard.com. Instructor’s e-mail: sweldele@greenriver.edu. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 2907 DE Wallace S ARR ARR ARR

CRPT 135

Machine Shorthand 140Wpm

Prerequisite: CRPT 096 or 134. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 2911 A Rapozo L SH-354 Daily

(16) 8a-12p

Online Course CRPT 135

Machine Shorthand 140Wpm

(16)

Prerequisite: CRPT 096 or 134. Visit: stenograph.blackboard.com. Instructor’s e-mail: sweldele@greenriver.edu. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 2915 DE Wallace S ARR ARR ARR

CRPT 136

Machine Shorthand 160Wpm

Prerequisite: CRPT 097 or 135. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 2919 A Rapozo L SH-354/358 Daily

(16) 8a-12p

Online Course CRPT 136

Machine Shorthand 160Wpm

(16)

Online Course CRPT 201

CRPT 202

CRPT 203

CRPT 251

26

Intro To Captioning

(16) 8a-12p

(16) 8a-12p

(3)

Online Course CRPT 252

Captioning Intern 1

(4)

Prerequisite: CRPT 251 or instructor’s permission. Visit: stenograph. blackboard.com. Instructor’s e-mail: sweldele@greenriver.edu. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $15.00. (NR) 2979 DE Wallace S ARR ARR ARR

Computer Science CS& 131

Computer Science I C++

(5)

Prerequisite: MATH& 142. Satisfies a natural science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 2997 A Hang K TC-116 MTWTh 2-3:05p

CS 132

C++ Data Structures

(5)

Prerequisite: CS& 131 with a minimum grade of 2.0 and MATH& 151. Satisfies a natural science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $50.00.(NR) 2993 A Suk J TC-120 Daily 10-10:50a

CS 145

8a-12p

(16)

Prerequisite: CRPT 250 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $15.00. (NR) 2975 A Wallace S SH-354 TTh 12-1p

CRPT 201

(16)

Machine Shorthand 225Wpm

Prerequisite: CRPT 202. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 2963 A Rapozo L SH-358/359 Daily

CS& 141

Machine Shorthand 180Wpm

Machine Shorthand 200Wpm

Prerequisite: CRPT 201. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 2959 A Rapozo L SH-358/359 Daily

Prerequisite: CRPT 097 or 135. Visit: stenograph.blackboard.com. Instructor’s e-mail: sweldele@greenriver.edu. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 2923 DE Wallace S ARR ARR ARR Prerequisite: CRPT 098 or 136. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 2947 A Rapozo L SH-358 Daily

Machine Shorthand 180Wpm

Prerequisite: CRPT 098 or 136. Visit: stenograph.blackboard.com. Course is not MAC compatible and requires Windows 98 or higher. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 2951 DEA Rapozo L ARR ARR ARR Instructor’s e-mail: lrapozo@greenriver.edu. 2955 DEB Wallace S ARR ARR ARR Instructor’s e-mail:sweldele@greenriver.edu.

Computer Science I Java

(5)

Prerequisite: CS& 131 and IT 102 or MATH& 142 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a natural science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 2999 A Ash J TC-120 Daily 9-9:50a

Java 2

(5)

Prerequisite: CS& 141 with a minimum grade of 2.0. Satisfies a natural science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 2991 A Ash J TC-120 MTWTh 2-3:10p

Spring Credit Classes

greenriver.edu

Design Drafting Technology

Intro To Crim Justice

(5)

Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. 2639 A Sherwood M SH-158 Daily 2643 B Riley R SH-259 Daily Riley R SH-158 Daily 2647 C 2651 KCU Kent MW

CJ& 110

Criminal Law

9-9:50a 10-10:50a 11-11:50a 6:30-8:50p

D T 100

(5)

D T 101

Prerequisite: CJ& 101 and CJ 200 and ENGL& 101 or higher, or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 2655 A Sherwood M SH-158 Daily 10-10:50a

CJ 115

Fingerprint Science

Additional fee of $40.00. (NR) 2607 U SH-158

CJ 200

(5) TTh

Individual Rights

7-9:20p

(5)

Prerequisite: CJ& 101 and ENGL& 101 or higher, or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 2623 A Sherwood M SH-250 Daily 11-11:50a

WCJ 236

Community-Oriented Polic

(5)

Prerequisite: CJ& 101 and CJ 200 and ENGL& 101 or higher, or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 2631 U Riley R SH-158 MW 6:30-8:50p

CJ& 240

Intro Forensic Science

(5)

Prerequisite: CJ& 101 and CJ 200 and ENGL& 101 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 2659 A Riley R SH-158 MW 12-2:20p

CJ 294

Crim Justice Professions

Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 2661 A Sherwood M SH-158

Daily

(5) 8-8:50a

Dance DANCE 101

(3)

Dance Technique 1

(3)

Prerequisite: DANCE 101. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. 3167 A Hillock J OEB-9 MW 9-10:50a 3171 B Hillock J OEB-9 MW 2-3:50p 3175 U Hillock J OEB-9 MW 4-5:50p

DANCE 103

Dance Technique 2

(3)

Prerequisite: DANCE 102 or 2-3 years ballet training and instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. 3179 A Hillock J OEB-9 MW 9-10:50a 3183 B Hillock J OEB-9 MW 2-3:50p 3187 U Hillock J OEB-9 MW 4-5:50p

Intro To CADD/CAM

(7)

Prerequisite: Eligible for both ENGL 081 and READ 104. Additional fee of $70.00. (NR) 3003 A Serna F BI-2 Daily 8-10a

Technical Drafting

(7)

Prerequisite: Eligible for both ENGL 081 and READ 104. Additional fee of $14.00. (NR) 3007 A Waagan T BI-1 MTWTh 1-3:30p

D T 1011

Drafting Fundamentals

(4)

Prerequisite: Eligible for both ENGL 081 and READ 104. Additional fee of $8.00. (NR) 3011 U Eaton R BI-1 MW 6-9p

D T 1012

Machine Drafting 1

(3)

Prerequisite: D T 101.1 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $6.00. (NR) 3015 U Eaton R BI-1 MW 6-9p

D T 1021

Descriptive Geometry

(4)

Prerequisite: DT 101 or D T 101.2. Additional fee of $8.00. (NR) 3023 U Eaton R BI-1 MW

D T 1022

Machine Drafting 2

D T 105

Design Drafting Careers

Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 3031 A Serna F BI-2

D T 110

WD T 131

TTh

1-2p

(4) TTh

Intro To Keycreator

Additional fee of $40.00. (NR) 3039 A Serna F BI-2

6-9p

(2)

Introduction To Autocad

Additional fee of $40.00. (NR) 3035 U Shearn W BI-2

6-9p

(3)

Prerequisite: D T 102.1. Additional fee of $6.00. (NR) 3027 U Eaton R BI-1 MW

D T 112 Introduction To Dance

Satisfies an activity or a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. 3155 A Hillock J OEB-9 MW 9-10:50a Hillock J OEB-9 MW 2-3:50p 3159 B 3163 U Hillock J OEB-9 MW 4-5:50p

DANCE 102

For more information contact instructor Felix Serna at ext 4321 or educational planner Paul Mueller at ext. 2635.

6-9p

(4) MWF

Mechanical Drafting-Cadd

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $70.00. (NR) 3051 A Waagan T BI-3 MTWTh

WD T 147

Structural Drafting-Wood

WD T 151

Technical Illustration

8-10a

(7) 7-9a

(4)

Prerequisite: D T 101 or (D T 101.1 and D T 101.2); or D T 100 or D T 110 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 3055 U Arnberg B BI-3 TTh 6-9p

(7)

Prerequisite: D T 101 or D T 101.1 and D T 101.2. Additional fee of $14.00. (NR) 3059 A Serna F BI-1 Daily 10a-12p

D T 180 3095

A

D T 181 3099

A

D T 182 3103

A

Leadership Skills 1 Serna F

BI-2

(1) Th

12-1p

Th

12-1p

Th

12-1p

Leadership Skills 2 Serna F

BI-2

(1)

Leadership Skills 3 Serna F

BI-2

(1)

27

Credit classes

Criminal Justice CJ& 101

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations

greenriver.edu

Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

W Class offered this quarter only WD T 200

ADDA Certification

Additional fee of $4.00. (NR) 3107 A Serna F

WD T 210

BI-3

(2) ARR

ARR

Adv ACAD Dev 1

(4)

Prerequisite: D T 110 or D T 131 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $40.00. (NR) 3111 U Shearn W BI-2 TTh 6-9p

DRMA 211

Rehearsal And Perform 4

(5)

Prerequisite: DRMA 113. Additional hours required for final technical rehearsals and productions. See Drama instructor for more information. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 3193 A Bowles R PA-115 Daily 11a-12:50p

DRMA 212

Rehearsal And Perform 5

(5)

WD T 225

Civil Drafting 2

Prerequisite: D T 125 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $40.00. (NR) 3115 U Torr J BI-2 MW 5:30-9p

Prerequisite: DRMA 211. Additional hours required for final technical rehearsals and productions. See Drama instructor for more information. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 3195 A Bowles R PA-115 Daily 11a-12:50p

WD T 232

Drafting&Design Projects

DRMA 213

WD T 237

Advanced 3D CADD/CAM

(4)

(7)

Prerequisite: D T 231 with a grade of 2.0 or higher or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $70.00. (NR) 3119 A Waagan T BI-3 Daily 10a-12p

Credit classes

Prerequisite: D T 135.Additional fee of $40.00. (NR) 3123 A Serna F BI-2 MWF

(4) 1-3p

Drama DRMA 102

Contemp American Theatre

(5)

DRMA 111

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. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 3199 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. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 3203 A Bowles R PA-115 Daily 11a-12:50p

DRMA 113

Rehearsal And Perform 3

NOTE: DRMA 120, 121 and 141 have moved to FILM. See page 36.

DRMA 153

Acting-Text Analysis

(5)

Satisfies an activity or a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. 3223 A Bowles R PA-115 MWF 9-10:25a

DRMA 154

Improvisation 1

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. 3225 A Rice A PA-115 MWF 1-2:25p

28

Econ Principles/Applicat

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. 3367 A Le S SH-257 Daily 9-9:50a

Online Course ECON 100

Econ Principles/Applicat

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/ elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: sle@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 3371 DE Le S ARR ARR ARR

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. 3377 A Le S ZWC-104 Daily 8-8:50a 3379 B Blaisdell M SH-257 Daily 11-11:50a 3387 U SH-257 TTh 7-9:20p

(5)

Prerequisite: DRMA 112. Additional hours required for final technical rehearsals and productions. See Drama instructor for more information. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 3207 A Bowles R PA-115 Daily 11a-12:50p

(5)

Economics ECON 100

Prerequisite: Eligible for READ 104. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/ English requirement for AA degree. 3227 A Bowles R ZWC-107 Daily 1-1:50p

Rehearsal And Perform 6

Prerequisite: DRMA 212. Additional hours required for final technical rehearsals and productions. See Drama instructor for more information. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 3197 A Bowles R PA-115 Daily 11a-12:50p

Online Course 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: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: mblaisdell@ greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 3383 DE Blaisdell M ARR ARR ARR

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. 3391 A Blaisdell M SH-110 Daily 8-8:50a Blaisdell M SH-110 Daily 8-8:50a 3395 B 3399 C Le S SH-255 Daily 1-1:50p Hendrixson C SH-257 MW 7-9:20p 3407 U

greenriver.edu ECE 175

Online Course Macro Economics

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for MATH 147 and ENGL& 101; or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: mblaisdell@ greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 3403 DE Blaisdell M ARR ARR ARR

ECE 200

Early Childhood Education Online Course

Basic STARS Training

(2)

Online Course Intro To Early Childhood

(5)

Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: dholz@ greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 3235 DE Holz D ARR ARR

ECE 103

ECE Practicum 1

ARR

(3)

Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. Students are required to work 44 hours in an approved child care or preschool. 3239 A Lee T OEB-22 M 4-4:50p

Hybrid Course ECE 1031

CDA Practicum 1

(3)

Class is for CDA students only. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held at the Kent Campus. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: jserquinia@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $10.50. (NR) 3243 DE Serquinia J Kent ARR ARR Benteu C Kent ARR ARR

ECE 104

ECE Practicum 2

(3)

Prerequisite: ECE 103 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. 3247 A Lee T OEB-22 M 4-4:50p

Hybrid Course ECE 1041

ECE Practicum 2-CDA

(3)

Prerequisite: ECE 103.1. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held at the Kent Campus. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: jserquinia@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $10.50. (NR) 3251 DE Serquinia J Kent ARR ARR Benteu C Kent ARR ARR

EDEC& 107

Hlth, Safety & Nutrition

(5)

Additional hours required for CPR training. Additional fee of $35.00 (NR) 3259 A Williams N SC-134 MWF 1-3p

ECE 151 3267

KCU

(3)

Kent

(5) TTh

5:30-8:30p

Hybrid Course

Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: nwilliamscisse@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $14.00. (NR) 3231 DE Williams N ARR ARR ARR

ECE 101

CDA Work Ethics

Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 3315 KCU Benteu C

For more information contact the ECE office at ext. 2729.

ECE 100

Music/Movement Activitie

Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. 3271 A Benteu C OEB-22 Sa 9a-1p 3275 U Lee T OEB-22 M 6-9p Intended for I-Best students only, instructor’s permission is required. For more information e-mail: ibest@greenriver.edu. Attendance is required at the Diversity Conference on Saturday, June 1st from 8:30a-3:30p.

Language And Literacy Kent

(3) W

6-9p

ECE 200

CDA Work Ethics

(5)

Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held at the Kent Campus. Visit:www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: cbenteu@ greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $22.50. (NR) 3311 DE Benteu C Kent T 6-9p

ECE 205

Learning Environments

Additional fee of $8.00. (NR) 3319 A Benteu C

SC-134

(3) TTh

1-2:30p

Hybrid Course ECE 213

Montessori 3

(4)

Prerequisite: ECE 212 or instructor’s permission. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: lfietz@greenriver.edu. Attendance is required at the Diversity Conference on Saturday, June 1st from 8:30a-3:30p. Additional fee of $24.00. (NR) 3327 DE Fietz L OEB-28 T 5-9p

ECE 214

ECE Practicum 3

(3)

Prerequisite: ECE 155, 160, 175 and EDUC& 115; or concurrent enrollment; or instructor’s permission. Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. 3331 A Lee T ARR ARR ARR

ECE 215

ECE Practicum 4

(3)

Prerequisite: ECE 214. Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. 3335 A Lee T ARR ARR ARR

ECE 220

Intro To Sign Language

Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. 3339 KCU Quinn C Kent T

WECE 243

Creat Teach Young Child

(2) 6-8p

(5)

Attendance is required at the Diversity Conference on Saturday, June 1st from 8:30a-3:30p. Additional lab hours required. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 3347 A Fietz L OEB-22 F 9:30a-12:30p 3351 U Fietz L OEB-22 W 6-9p

Online Course ECE 250

ECE Final Practicum

(3)

Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/ elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: dholz@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $21.00. (NR) 3355 DE Holz D ARR ARR ARR

29

Credit classes

ECON& 202

Spring Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations

Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

W Class offered this quarter only

greenriver.edu

Online Course ECE 260

Hybrid Course CDA Performance

(5)

Prerequisite: ECE 120 and/or 190 and/or 200; or instructor’s permission. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: jserquinia@ greenriver.edu. Attendance is required at the Diversity Conference on Saturday, June 1st from 8:30a-3:30p. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 3359 DE Serquinia J ARR ARR ARR

Hybrid Course ECE 265

(4)

Credit classes

Education in Early Childhood Hybrid Course Professional Support 3

(2)

Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: kwinslow@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $17.50. (NR) 3411 DE Winslow K OEB-22 M 3-4p

Online Course EDEC 296

Special Topics-EDEC 6

Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: dholz@ greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 3435 DE Holz D ARR ARR

(5) ARR

Online Course Child Development

(5)

Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: lkessler@ greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 3511 DEA Kessler L ARR ARR ARR

Child Development

(5)

Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: lkessler@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $17.50. (NR) 3515 DEB Kessler L SC-134 MTWTh 9-9:50a

Hybrid Course EDUC& 204

Exceptional Child

(5)

Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held at the Kent campus. Visit:www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: lkessler@greenriver.edu Additional fee of $17.50. (NR) 3523 DE Kessler L Kent T 5:30-7:30p

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EDUC 210

Assisting Practicum

(6)

Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver. edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: dholz@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 3467 DE Holz D ARR ARR ARR

Hybrid Course EDUC 240

Multicultural/Anti-Bias

(5)

Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: mprovo@greenriver.edu. Attendance is required at the Diversity Conference on Saturday, June 1st from 8:30a-3:30p. Additional fee of $17.50. (NR) 3471 DEU T-Provo M Kent Th 6-9p

Online Course

WEDUC 245

Challenging Behaviors

(2)

Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: lkessler@ greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $14.00. (NR) 3475 DE Kessler L ARR ARR ARR

WEDUC 270

Teacher Portfolio Review

(2)

Prerequisite: EDUC& 205 and 60 or more credits. Visit: www.greenriver. edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: dholz@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $14.00. (NR) 3479 DE Holz D ARR ARR ARR

Engineering ENGR 100 3995

A

ENGR& 104

Hybrid Course EDUC& 115

(5)

Online Course

Education EDUC& 115

Intro To EDUC W/Field Ex

Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: dholz@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $27.50. (NR) 3527 DE Holz D ZWC-104 T 4-6p

Online Course Supervised Montessori TC

Prerequisite: ECE 211, 212 and 213 or instructor’s permission. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: lfietz@greenriver.edu. Attendance is required at the Diversity Conference on Saturday, June 1st from 8:30a-3:30p. Additional fee of $14.00. (NR) 3363 DE Fietz L OEB-28 ARR ARR

EDEC 194

EDUC& 205

Careers In Engineering McCauley J

HSB-1

(2) TTh

Introduction To Design

11-11:50a

(5)

Satisfies a natural science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $25.00. (NR) 4023 A Suk J TC-120 MWF 11a-12:30p

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) 3999 A McCauley J HSB-1 MWF 11-11:50a

ENGR 120

Eng Computational Tools

(2)

Prerequisite: MATH& 142 or concurrent enrollment; or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 4001 A Suk J TC-120 TTh 11-11:50a

greenriver.edu Electrical Circuits

(5)

Prerequisite: MATH& 153 and PHYS& 232. Concurrent enrollment in MATH& 238 is desirable. Satisfies a natural science or quantitative skills requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 4027 A Suk J HSB-1 MTTh 1-1:50p Suk J HSB-1 W 1-2:50p

ENGR& 214

Statics

(5)

Prerequisite: ENGR 106 and MATH& 152; or concurrent enrollment. Satisfies a natural science or quantitative skills requirement for AA degree. 4031 A McCauley J HSB-1 Daily 8-8:50a

WENGR& 224

Thermodynamics

ENGR& 225

Mechanics Of Materials

(5)

Prerequisite: CHEM& 161 and MATH& 152; or PHYS 201. Satisfies a natural science requirement for AA degree. 4035 A McCauley J HSB-1 Daily 9-9:50a

(5)

Prerequisite: ENGR& 214 and (MATH& 153 or concurrent enrollment). Satisfies a natural science requirement for AA degree. 4039 A McCauley J HSB-1 Daily 10-10:50a

ENGR 250

Numerical Methods-Matlab

(5)

Prerequisite: MATH& 254 and one of the following: ENGR 120 or CS& 131 or CS& 141. Satisfies a natural science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 4019 A Suk J TC-120 Daily 8-8:50a

English ENGL 081

Fund’l Of Written Commun

(5)

Prerequisite: BASIC 060 or COMPASS placement; and eligible for READ 094. 3531 A RLC-175 Daily 9-9:50a 3535 B SH-255 Daily 10-10:50a 3539 C HSB-6 Daily 11-11:50a SH-157 MW 7-9:20p 3543 U

ENGL 090 3555

A

Spelling Improvement SH-157

(3) MWF

10-10:50a

Online Course ENGL 090

Spelling Improvement

Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: jhoene@ greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $21.00. (NR) 3559 DE Hoene J ARR ARR

ENGL 100

Introductory Composition

(3) ARR

(5)

Prerequisite: COMPASS placement or ENGL 081 with a 2.0 grade or better and eligible for READ 104. 3583 A RLC-113 Daily 8-8:50a SH-155 Daily 8-8:50a 3587 B 3591 C RLC-115 Daily 9-9:50a 3603 D Nelson E RLC-101 Daily 10-10:50a 3607 KCU Kent TTh 6:30-8:50p 3615 U SH-155 MW 7-9:20p

Learning Community/Hybrid Course: Acting Out Culture

The language of college may not be anyoneís native tongue, but it is often the language of power. More importantly, language is part of how we understand and perform our roles in our various cultures both in and beyond the academic classroom. This course will examine the ways that we know who we are in society and use that examination to satisfy the requirements for both English 100 (Introductory Composition) and Reading 104 (Reading Mastery).

ENGL 100

Introductory Composition

(5)

Prerequisite: COMPASS placement or ENGL 081 with a 2.0 grade or better and eligible for READ 104. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: lvail@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $17.50. (NR) 3611 LCA Vail L RLC-175 MTWTh 10-11:50a Must also register for READ 104 LCA, item #7643. 3613 LCB Vail L BI-15 MTWTh 1-2:50p Must also register for READ 104 LCB, item #7645.

Hybrid Course ENGL 100

Introductory Composition

(5)

Prerequisite: COMPASS placement or ENGL 081 with a 2.0 grade or better and eligible for READ 104. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: awarnke@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $17.50. (NR) 3595 DEA Warnke A RLC-113 MW 9-9:50a Warnke A RLC-113 TTh 9-9:50a 3599 DEB

ENGL& 101

English Composition I

(5)

Prerequisite: COMPASS placement or a minimum of 2.0 in ENGL 100, and college level reading skills or a minimum of 2.0 in READ 104. Satisfies a basic skills requirement for AA degree. 3819 A RLC-118 Daily 7-7:50a 3823 AA SH-157 Daily 8-8:50a 3827 B HSB-3 Daily 8-8:50a 3831 BB RLC-101 Daily 8-8:50a 3835 C RLC-175 Daily 8-8:50a 3843 D Galmish H HL-152 Daily 9-9:50a 3875 EA Enumclaw TTh 9:30-11:50a 3847 DD Higgins K RLC-113 Daily 10-10:50a 3923 KCA Kent MW 10:30a-12:50p 3871 E Higgins K RLC-113 Daily 11-11:50a 3887 F HSB-3 Daily 12-12:50p 3891 FF RLC-118 Daily 12-12:50p 3895 G SH-155 Daily 12-12:50p 3903 H RLC-115 Daily 1-1:50p 3907 HH HSB-3 Daily 1-1:50p 3911 J ZWC-104 Daily 1-1:50p 3919 K SH-157 MTTh 2-3:25p 3939 U RLC-101 MTTh 5:15-6:45p 3927 KCU Kent MW 6:30-8:50p 3883 EU Enumclaw TTh 6:30-8:50p 3943 V SH-157 TTh 7-9:20p

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Credit classes

WENGR& 204

Spring Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations

Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

W Class offered this quarter only

greenriver.edu Hybrid Course

Learning Community: From Slave Narrative to Protest Novel: Exploring Composition Through African American Literature

ENGL& 101

This combined African American Literature and English 101 course will introduce students to a variety of texts from African American authors and then invite them to write about the ideas, themes, and perspectives in those texts. The class will begin by looking at slave narratives, and will then move into writings by Harlem Renaissance writers and authors of the Civil Rights Movement. The course will end by having students focus on a contemporary African American author of choice and presenting their findings to the class. Students will use the writing process to develop analysis essays, essay exams, and a short research paper about these texts. This course combines ENGL& 101 (English Composition) and ENGL 248 (African American Literature) for 10 credits.

ENGL& 101

English Composition I

(5)

Credit classes

Prerequisite: COMPASS placement or a minimum of 2.0 in ENGL 100, and college level reading skills or a minimum of 2.0 in READ 104. Satisfies a basic skills requirement for AA degree. 3931 LCA Moore J RLC-131 Daily 10-11:50a Must also register for ENGL 248 LCA, item #3811.

Learning Community/Hybrid Course: Writing About U.S. Latino Literature

As the fastest growing group in the United States, Latinos continue to provide a rich kaleidoscope of culture and intellect. This course examines literary and cultural traditions from the different Latino communities. We will explore themes of exile and exodus, religion and spirituality, patriarchy and feminism, sub/urbanism and border theory through the works of Chicana/o, Cuban American, Dominican American, Puerto Rican, and Central American writers in the U.S. This course combines ENGL& 101-English Composition I and ENGL 249-U.S. Latino Literature for 10 credits.

ENGL& 101

English Composition I

(5)

Prerequisite: COMPASS placement or a minimum of 2.0 in ENGL 100, and college level reading skills or a minimum of 2.0 in READ 104. Satisfies a basic skills requirement for AA degree. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: mmoreno@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $17.50. (NR) 3839 LCB Moreno M HSB-2 TWTh 9-10:50a Must also register for ENGL 249 LCA, item #3813.

Online Course ENGL& 101

English Composition I

(5)

Prerequisite: COMPASS placement or a minimum of 2.0 in ENGL 100, and college level reading skills or a minimum of 2.0 in READ 104. Satisfies a basic skills requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver. edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 3851 DEA Adams A ARR ARR ARR Instructor’s e-mail: aadams@greenriver.edu. 3855 DEB Nelson E ARR ARR ARR Instructor’s e-mail: enelson@greenriver.edu. 3859 DEC Lowe W ARR ARR ARR Instructor’s e-mail: wlowe@greenriver.edu. 3863 DED ARR ARR ARR 3867 DEE ARR ARR ARR

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English Composition I

(5)

Prerequisite: COMPASS placement or a minimum of 2.0 in ENGL 100, and college level reading skills or a minimum of 2.0 in READ 104. Satisfies a basic skills requirement for AA degree. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $17.50. (NR) 3879 DEF Sims M RLC-115 MTTh 11-11:50a Instructor’s e-mail: msims@greenriver.edu. 3899 DEG Fitzgerald J RLC-101 TTh 12:30-1:50p Instructor’s e-mail: jfitzgerald@greenriver.edu. 3915 DEH Fitzgerald J SH-252 TTh 2-3:25p Instructor’s e-mail: jfitzgerald@greenriver.edu.

Telecourse ENGL& 101

English Composition I

(5)

Prerequisite: COMPASS placement or a minimum of 2.0 in ENGL 100, and college level reading skills or a minimum of 2.0 in READ 104. Satisfies a basic skills requirement for AA degree. Instruction is arranged independently with the instructor and uses videotape. Some on-campus seminar attendance is required. Contact the instructor for more information. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Orientation session on 04/03/13, 2-2:50p or 5-5:50p in RLC-118. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 3935 TEL ARR ARR ARR

Online Course ENGL 105

Grammar And Usage

(5)

Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: bjohnson@ greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 3623 DE Johnson B ARR ARR ARR

Online Course ENGL 106

Vocabulary Mastery

(5)

Prerequisite: ENGL 091, eligible for transfer-level reading class or instructor’s permission. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 3631 DE ARR ARR ARR

ENGL 108

Medical Terminology

(2)

Prerequisite: ENGL 090, or spelling pre-test score of 80%, or instructor’s permission. 3651 A SH-157 TTh 10-10:50a

Online Course ENGL 108

Medical Terminology

(2)

Prerequisite: ENGL 090, or spelling pre-test score of 80%, or instructor’s permission. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: jhoene@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $14.00. (NR) 3655 DE Hoene J ARR ARR ARR

ENGL 109

Writing:Trades/Prof Tech

(5)

Prerequisite: ENGL 081, or eligible for READ 104 or instructor’s permission. 3659 A HL-152 Daily 12-12:50p

greenriver.edu

Hybrid Course Writing:Trades/Prof Tech

Prerequisite: ENGL 081, or eligible for READ 104 or instructor’s permission. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 3663 DE ARR ARR

ENGL& 112

Intro To Fiction

(5)

ARR

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. 3955 KCA Johnson B Kent TTh 1-3:20p

Online Course ENGL& 112

Intro To Fiction

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: enelson@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 3951 DE Nelson E ARR ARR ARR

ENGL& 113

Introduction To Poetry

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. 3959 A Galmish H HSB-3 Daily 10-10:50a

Online Course ENGL& 113

Introduction To Poetry

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: enelson@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 3963 DE Nelson E ARR ARR ARR

ENGL 115

Introduction To Novels

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. 3667 A Hoene J IVA-106 Daily 11-11:50a Higgins K Kent MW 4-6:20p 3671 KCU

ENGL 126

Writing: Humanities

(5)

Prerequisite: A grade of 2.0 or higher in ENGL& 101. Satisfies a basic skills requirement for AA degree. 3675 A Lowe W SH-157 Daily 7-7:50a 3701 EA Enumclaw TThF 7:30-9:30a Friday class meets on 04/12/13, 04/26/13, 05/10/13, 05/24/13 and 06/07/13. 3679 B RLC-115 Daily 8-8:50a 3683 C Lowe W SH-157 Daily 9-9:50a 3707 KCU Kent TTh 4-6:20p 3703 EU Enumclaw MW 6:30-8:50p 3711 U RLC-101 TTh 7-9:20p

Online Course 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: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 3687 DEA Sims M ARR ARR ARR Instructor’s e-mail: msims@greenriver.edu. 3691 DEB ARR ARR ARR

ENGL 126

Writing: Humanities

(5)

Prerequisite: A grade of 2.0 or higher in ENGL& 101. Satisfies a basic skills requirement for AA degree. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $17.50. (NR) 3695 DEC HSB-2 MTTh 11-11:50a 3699 DED SH-155 MTTh 1-1:50p

ENGL 127

Writing: Social Science

(5)

Prerequisite: A grade of 2.0 or higher in ENGL& 101. Satisfies a basic skills requirement for AA degree. 3719 A IVA-106 Daily 8-8:50a Kent MW 8-10:20a 3747 KCA 3723 B Warnke A SH-157 MTTh 12:30-1:55p 3727 C Moreno M SH-258 MW 2-4:20p

Online Course ENGL 127

Writing: Social Science

(5)

Prerequisite: A grade of 2.0 or higher in ENGL& 101. Satisfies a basic skills requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: vbahl@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 3731 DEA Bahl V ARR ARR ARR 3735 DEB Bahl V ARR ARR ARR

Hybrid Course ENGL 127

Writing: Social Science

(5)

Prerequisite: A grade of 2.0 or higher in ENGL& 101. Satisfies a basic skills requirement for AA degree. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: aschaefer@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $17.50. (NR) 3739 DEC Schaefer A HSB-6 MWTh 9-9:50a Schaefer A IVA-106 MWTh 10-10:50a 3743 DED

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) 3751 A Galmish H RLC-118 Daily 8-8:50a HSB-6 Daily 10-10:50a 3755 B 3759 C Lowe W SH-157 Daily 11-11:50a 3765 KCA Schaefer A Kent MW 1-3:20p 3763 D RLC-118 MTTh 2-3:30p RLC-101 MW 7-9:20p 3771 U

Hybrid Course 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: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: hgalmish@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $40.00. (NR) 3767 DE Galmish H ARR ARR ARR

ENGL 161

Cultures Of Desire

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English and the diversity course requirement for AA degree. 3779 A Bahl V RLC-101 Daily 11-11:50a

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Credit classes

Online Course ENGL 109

Spring Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations

Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

W Class offered this quarter only ENGL 180

greenriver.edu

Children’s Literature

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. 3791 A Adams A RLC-101 Daily 9-9:50a

WENGL& 228

Brit Lit III:19-21st Cen

ENGL& 236

Creative Writing I

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. 3975 A Fitzgerald J SH-155 Daily 11-11:50a

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. 3983 U RLC-128 MW 7-9:20p

Hybrid Course ENGL& 236

Creative Writing I

(5)

Credit classes

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: aadams@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $17.50. (NR) 3979 DE Adams A HSB-2 MW 1-1:50p

WENGL 239

Espial Workshop

(3)

Prerequisite: ENGL& 236 or concurrent enrollment or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 3803 A Adams A SH-273 TTh 12-1:30p

ENGL& 246

Amer Lit III: WWI To Pres

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. 3987 A Sims M SH-155 Daily 9-9:50a

Learning Community: From Slave Narrative to Protest Novel: Exploring Composition Through African American Literature

This combined African American Literature and English 101 course will introduce students to a variety of texts from African American authors and then invite them to write about the ideas, themes, and perspectives in those texts. The class will begin by looking at slave narratives, and will then move into writings by Harlem Renaissance writers and authors of the Civil Rights Movement. The course will end by having students focus on a contemporary African American author of choice and presenting their findings to the class. Students will use the writing process to develop analysis essays, essay exams, and a short research paper about these texts. This course combines ENGL& 101 (English Composition) and ENGL 248 (African American Literature) for 10 credits.

ENGL 248

African American Lit

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/ English and the diversity course requirement for AA degree. 3811 LCA Moore J RLC-131 Daily 10-11:50a Must also register for ENGL& 101 LCA, item #3931.

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Learning Community/Hybrid Course: Writing About U.S. Latino Literature

As the fastest growing group in the United States, Latinos continue to provide a rich kaleidoscope of culture and intellect. This course examines literary and cultural traditions from the different Latino communities. We will explore themes of exile and exodus, religion and spirituality, patriarchy and feminism, sub/urbanism and border theory through the works of Chicana/o, Cuban American, Dominican American, Puerto Rican, and Central American writers in the U.S. This course combines ENGL& 101-English Composition I and ENGL 249-U.S. Latino Literature for 10 credits.

ENGL 249

U.S. Latino Literature

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/ English and the diversity course requirement for AA degree. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: mmoreno@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $17.50. (NR) 3813 LCA Moreno M HSB-2 TWTh 9-10:50a Must also register for ENGL& 101 LCA, item #3839.

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 charged for any combination of ESOL classes each quarter.

ESOL 011

ESOL Level 1

(12)

Prerequisite: ESOL 010, placement test, and instructor’s permission. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 4059 KCA Kent MTWTh 9-11:50a IVC-109 MTWTh 6-8:50p 4063 U 4067 V 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 $5.00. (NR) 4075 KCA Kent Daily 9-11:50a Kent MTWTh 6-8:50p 4077 KCU 4079 U IVA-109 MTWTh 6-8:50p 4083 V RLC-122 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 $5.00. (NR) 4095 KCA Kent Daily 9-11:50a 4099 KCU Kent MTWTh 6-8:50p 4093 KCV Kent MW 6-8:30p 4103 U HSB-3 MTWTh 6-8:50p 4107 V SH-252 MTWTh 6-8:50p

ESOL 014

ESOL Level 4

(15)

Prerequisite: ESOL 013, placement test and instructor’s permission. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 4115 A RLC-122 Daily 9-11:50a 4123 KCU Kent MTWTh 6-8:50p 4121 KCV Kent MW 6-8:30p 4127 U RLC-118 MTWTh 6-8:50p 4131 V RLC-175 MTWTh 6-8:50p

greenriver.edu ESOL Level 5

(15)

Prerequisite: ESOL 014, placement test and instructor’s permission. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 4139 A RLC-119 Daily 9-11:50a 4145 KCV Kent MW 6-8:30p RLC-115 MTWTh 6-8:50p 4147 U SH-255 MTWTh 6-8:50p 4151 V

ESOL 016

ESOL Level 6

(15)

Prerequisite: ESOL 015, placement test and instructor’s permission. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 4155 A RLC-141 Daily 9-11:50a 4157 KCV Kent MW 6-8:30p 4159 U RLC-141 MTWTh 6-8:50p

ESOL 017

ESOL 018

(5)

Community-Based ESOL 2

(5)

Prerequisite: ESOL 017 or placement test; and instructor’s permission. This is a pass/no credit course. 4199 AL Aub Library MW 6-8:30p 4203 APL Al/Pac Library TTh 6-8:30p 4207 COV Covington Lib MW 6-8p 4205 KL Kent Library MW 6-8:30p

ESOL 019

Community-Based ESOL 1

Prerequisite: Placement test and instructor’s permission. This is a pass/ no credit course. 4175 AL Aub Library MW 6-8:30p 4179 APL Al/Pac Library TTh 6-8:30p 4183 COV Covington Lib MW 6-8p 4181 KL Kent Library MW 6-8:30p

Community-Based ESOL 3

(5)

Prerequisite: ESOL 018 or placement test; and instructor’s permission. This is a pass/no credit course. 4223 AL Aub Library MW 6-8:30p 4227 APL Al/Pac Library TTh 6-8:30p 4231 COV Covington Lib MW 6-8p 4229 KL Kent Library MW 6-8:30p

ESOL 047

Conversation Support 4

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 4239 A RLC-141 MW 12-1:30p 4241 B RLC-119 MW 4-5:30p

ESOL 048

Conversation Support 5

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 4247 A RLC-141 MW 12-1:30p 4249 B RLC-119 MW 4-5:30p

ESOL 049

Conversation Support 6

ESOL Technology Level 1

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 5 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.

St. Vincents Co-op (classes for ages 3-5) (253) 839-2320, ext. 246 30525 8th Ave S Federal Way 98003

Benson Hill Co-op (classes for ages birth-5) (253) 833-9111, ext. 4829 First Christian Church 11717 SE 240th St. Kent 98031 Campus Montessori Lab and Co-op Preschool (classes for ages 3-5) (253) 833-9111, ext. 2729 GRCC Campus, Auburn Covington Co-op (classes for ages 2-5) (253) 630-0909 Covington Community Church 17455 SE Wax Rd Kent 98042

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

Green River Community College (253) 833-9111

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 4255 A RLC-141 MW 12-1:30p 4257 B RLC-119 MW 4-5:30p

ESOL 050

Parent-Child Education

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 4259 KCA Kent TTh 12-1:30p 4263 U RLC-141 MW 4:20-5:50p

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

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Credit classes

ESOL 015

Spring Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations

Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

W Class offered this quarter only ESOL 051

ESOL Technology Level 2

greenriver.edu (3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 4267 KCA Kent TTh 12-1:30p 4271 U RLC-141 MW 4:20-5:50p

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 $5.00. (NR) 4275 KCA Kent TTh 12-1:30p 4279 KCU Kent MW 4:20-5:50p 4283 U RLC-141 MW 4:20-5:50p

ESOL 054

ESOL Technology-Level 4

(2)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 4295 A RLC-141 F 12-2p 4291 KCU Kent MW 4:20-5:50p

Credit classes

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 $5.00. (NR) 4303 KCU Kent MW 4:20-5:50p 4307 U RLC-141 F 12-2p

ESOL 056

ESOL Technology-Level 6

(2)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 4319 A RLC-141 F 12-2p 4315 KCU Kent MW 4:20-5:50p

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 $5.00. (NR) 4323 KCU Kent TTh 4:20-5:50p

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 $5.00. (NR) 4327 A RLC-141 TTh 12-1:30p 4331 KCU Kent TTh 4:20-5:50p 4335 U RLC-141 TTh 4:20-5:50p

ESOL 065

ESOL Writing Support 5

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 4339 A RLC-141 TTh 12-1:30p Kent TTh 4:20-5:50p 4343 KCU 4347 U RLC-141 TTh 4:20-5:50p

ESOL 066

ESOL Writing Support 6

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 4351 A RLC-141 TTh 12-1:30p 4355 KCU Kent TTh 4:20-5:50p 4359 U RLC-141 TTh 4:20-5:50p

ESOL 072

ESOL Intensive Writing 2

(15)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 4071 A BI-15 Daily 9-11:50a 4087 U BI-15 MTWTh 6-8:50p

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ESOL 073

ESOL Intensive Writing 3

(15)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 4091 A BI-15 Daily 9-11:50a BI-15 MTWTh 6-8:50p 4111 U BI-14 MTWTh 6-8:50p 4113 V

ESOL 074

ESOL Intensive Writing 4

(15)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 4119 A BI-15 Daily 9-11:50a 4135 U BI-14 MTWTh 6-8:50p

Environmental Science 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. Satisfies a natural science requirement for AA degree. 4047 A Thomas J SC-238 TTh 10a-12:30p

Hybrid Course 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. Satisfies a natural science requirement for AA degree. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held at the Kent Campus. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: rvieira@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $17.50. (NR) 4051 DE Vieira R Kent TTh 1-2:30p

Film Online Course FILM 120

The Art Of Film

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: wscott@greenriver. edu. Additional fee of $38.00. (NR) 3215 DE Scott W ARR ARR ARR

Online Course FILM 141

Film & TV As Pop Culture

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: wscott@greenriver. edu. Additional fee of $37.00. (NR) 3219 DE Scott W ARR ARR ARR

French FRCH& 122

French II

(5)

Prerequisite: A grade of 2.0 or higher in FRCH& 121 or equivalent with instructor’s permission and eligible for ENGL 100. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 4387 A Matthies J BI-13 Daily 7-7:50a

greenriver.edu French III

(5)

Prerequisite: A grade of 2.0 or higher in FRCH& 122 or equivalent or instructor’s permission; and eligible for ENGL 100. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 4391 A Matthies J BI-13 Daily 8-8:50a

GED Courses

See Basic Education and GED Preparation on page 18.

GIS 121

GEOG& 200

Intro To Geospatial Tech

Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 4497 A Jabbouri S TC-112

(3) TTh

10a-12p

Introduction To GIS

(5)

Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in any of the following: BUS E 100, D T 100, GIS 102, NATRS 172; or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 4499 U TC-112 TTh 5:30-9p

GIS 194

Special Topics-GIS

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. 4515 A Jabbouri S ARR ARR

WGIS 220

GIS Modules Analyst

GIS 270

GIS In The Field 1

(5) ARR

(5)

Prerequisite: GIS 121, GIS 202 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 4519 A Jabbouri S TC-112 M 8-11a Jabbouri S TC-112 W 8a-12p Prerequisite: GIS 202 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 4523 A Jabbouri S TC-112 M Jabbouri S TC-112 W

WGIS 292

GIS Project

(5) 2-5p 2-6p

(8)

Prerequisite: GIS 220, GIS 291 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 4531 A Jabbouri S ARR ARR ARR

Geography Online Course GEOG& 100

Intro To Geography

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: tscharks@greenriver. edu. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 4423 DEA Scharks T ARR ARR ARR

GEOG 120

Intro To Physical Geog

Intro To Physical Geog

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/ elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: dwalker@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $38.00. (NR) 4403 DE Walker D ARR ARR ARR

Hybrid Course

Geographic Information Systems GIS 104

Online Course GEOG 120

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $3.00. (NR) 4399 A Scharks T SH-355 MTWTh 11a-12:15p

Human Geography

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: tscharks@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $20.50. (NR) 4431 DE Scharks T SH-355 MTWTh 10-10:50a

Geology GEOL& 101

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) 4459 A Hoppe K SC-101 MF 9-9:50a Hoppe K SC-101 W 8-8:50a Hoppe K SC-111 T 8-9:50a SC-101 MF 9-9:50a 4463 B SC-101 W 8-8:50a SC-111 Th 8-9:50a 4467 C Hoppe K SC-111 MWF 1-2:50p 4471 D Shaw K SC-101 M 1-2:50p SC-111 TTh 1-2:50p Shaw K SC-111 MW 6:30-9:30p 4475 U

WGEOL 152

Field Trips In Geology 2

WGEOL 206

Earth History

(1)

Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in GEOL or GEOL& 101, or instructor’s permission; and eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 4443 A Shaw K ARR ARR ARR

(5)

Prerequisite: GEOL& 101 and eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $6.00. (NR) 4449 A Hoppe K SC-111 MTWTh 10-10:50a Hoppe K SC-111 F 10-11:50a

German GERM& 123

German III

(5)

Prerequisite: GERM& 122 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $3.00. (NR) 4491 A Dirks R SH-152 MTThF 11:55a-1p

Health Education HL ED 150

Total Wellness

Additional fee of $2.50. (NR) 4663 A Behrbaum M 4667 B Behrbaum M

HSB-4 HSB-4

(5) Daily Daily

9-9:50a 10-10:50a

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Credit classes

FRCH& 123

Spring Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations

Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

W Class offered this quarter only

greenriver.edu History

Online Course HL ED 180

Food And Health

(3)

Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: abehrbaum@ greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $21.00. (NR) 4675 DE Behrbaum A ARR ARR ARR

HL ED 190

Standard First Aid/CPR

(3)

Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $30.00. (NR) 4679 A Jackson T HSB-4 MWF 8-8:50a 4683 KCA Kent TTh 10:30-11:50a Davis S HSB-4 T 6-8:50p 4687 U

Health Science WH SCI 101

Neuroscience

Credit classes

Prerequisite: H SCI 102. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 4539 A Kikillus P SC-144 M Kikillus P SC-159 M 4543 B Kikillus P SC-144 M Kikillus P SC-159 M

(3) 8-10a 10a-12p 1-3p 10a-12p

Hum Life Span Growth/Dev

(5)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $27.50. (NR) 4551 DEU Kessler L SC-134 Th 5-7:30p Instructor’s e-mail: lkessler@greenriver.edu. 4555 DEV SC-159 T 5-8p

High School Completion

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) 4689 A Lynch S HSB-4 MTWTh 11-11:50a 4691 B Lynch S SH-355 MTWTh 1-1:50p 4695 U RLC-128 TTh 4:30-6:30p

HSC 040

HIST 021

U.S. History 1

(4)

Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in READ 084 or eligible for READ 094 and ENGL 081. Additional fee of $3.00. (NR) 4559 A SC-238 MTWTh 1-3p Class begins 04/01/13 and ends 05/06/13.

HIST 022

U.S. History 2

(4)

Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in READ 084 or eligible for READ 094 and ENGL 081. Additional fee of $3.00. (NR) 4563 A SC-238 MTWTh 1-3p Class begins 05/07/13 and ends 06/14/13.

Culminating Experience

HIST 024

(3)

Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in READ 084 or eligible for READ 094; and eligible for ENGL 081. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 4697 A ZWC-105 MW 12-1:20p 4699 B Lynch S SH-355 TTh 2-3:20p 4703 C Lynch S SH-355 MW 3-4:20p 4705 EU Enumclaw MW 5:30-7p

Pacific NW/Wash St Hist

(5)

Course is 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. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $3.00. (NR) 4567 A Norberg D SS-9 Daily 9-9:50a

Online Course HIST 101

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. Students 19 years and older may be eligible for reduced tuition. For more information call the Career and Advising Center at ext. 2641.

HSC 025

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. Students 19 years and older may be eligible for reduced tuition. For more information call the Career and Advising Center at ext. 2641.

High School Completion

Hybrid Course H SCI 150

High School Completion

The Ancient World

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/ elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: mmarshman@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $38.00. (NR) 4571 DE Marshman M ARR ARR ARR

HIST 102

Early Modern World

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $3.00. (NR) 4575 A Bush D SH-110 Daily 9-9:50a

HIST 103

The Modern World

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science and the diversity course requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $3.00. (NR) 4579 A Marshman M SH-255 Daily 11-11:50a

HIST 120

History Of The Movies

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $3.00. (NR) 4587 A Marshman M SH-110 MTTh 12-1:25p 4591 B Marshman M SH-110 MTTh 12-1:25p

HIST& 136

US History I

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $3.00. (NR) 4627 A RLC-128 Daily 8-8:50a 4629 B Norberg D SH-110 Daily 10-10:50a 4631 C Bush D SH-255 Daily 12-12:50p

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greenriver.edu HUMAN 146

HIST& 136

US History I

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/ elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: mthomason@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $38.00. (NR) 4635 DE Thomason M ARR ARR ARR

HIST& 137

US History II

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $3.00. (NR) 4639 A Norberg D SH-255 Daily 7-7:50a 4643 B Bush D SH-355 Daily 8-8:50a 4647 C Thomason M SH-357 Daily 11-11:50a

Online Course HIST& 137

US History II

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/ elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: mthomason@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $38.00. (NR) 4651 DE Thomason M ARR ARR ARR

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 $3.00. (NR) 4655 A Norberg D SS-9 Daily 9-9:50a

Online Course HUMAN 100

Creative/Critical Think

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: rcasad@greenriver. edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 4707 DEA Casad R ARR ARR ARR 4711 DEB Casad R ARR ARR ARR

Online Course HUMAN 110

Backgrnd For Humanities

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/ English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 4715 DE Nelson E ARR ARR ARR

HUMAN 133

People, Language, Culture

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/ English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $3.00. (NR) 4719 A Dirks R SH-152 Daily 11-11:50a

Telecourse HUMAN 133

HUMAN 160

People,Language,Culture

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Instruction is arranged independently with the instructor and uses videotape. Some oncampus seminar attendance is required. Contact the instructor for more information. Orientation session 04/04/12, 1-1:50p in SH-152. Additional fee of $8.00. (NR) 4727 TLA Dirks R ARR ARR ARR 4731 TLB Dirks R ARR ARR ARR

(5)

Intro To Gender Studies

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Recommended: Eligible for ENGL& 101. Additional fee of $3.00. (NR) 4739 A Sims M RLC-128 Daily 10-10:50a

Industrial Education INDUS 101

Basic Wood Shop

(4)

Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $25.00. (NR) 5159 A Martin G TIA-14 MWTh 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) 5163 A Schreiber S TID-47 Daily 12-12:50p 5167 U Danielson A TID-47 MTWTh 4:15-5:30p

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) 5171 A Schreiber S TID-47 Daily 12-12:50p 5175 U Danielson A TID-47 MTWTh 4:15-5:30p

INDUS 1023

Humanities

Intro Chin Culture/Life

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100. Recommend: College level reading. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 4737 U Hier D SH-152 TTh 7:15-9:35p

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) 5179 A Schreiber S TID-47 Daily 12-12:50p 5183 U Danielson A TID-47 MTWTh 4:15-5:30p

Industrial Engineer I E 189

Basic Metallurgy

Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 4767 A Ash J Ash J

WI E 204

HSC-9 TIE-51

(4) MWF T

Statics And Strengths

Prerequisite: MATH 116T or equivalent. 4771 A TC-120

11-11:50a 11a-1p

(5) Daily

1-1:50p

Information Technology IT 101

Intro To Computer Sci

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for READ 094 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 5223 U TC-118 TTh 4:30-6:50p

Online Course IT 101

Intro To Computer Sci

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for READ 094 or instructor’s permission. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 5225 DE ARR ARR ARR

IT 116

PC Support Tech 3

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for READ 094. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 5235 U Robinson A TC-118 MW 4:30-6:50p

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Online Course

Spring Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations

Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

W Class offered this quarter only IT 135

Intro-Network Security

greenriver.edu (5)

Prerequisite: IT 110 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 5247 A TC-118 MW 8-9:50a TC-118 F 8-8:50a Mahadevan K TC-118 MW 1-3:20p 5251 B Mason T TC-118 MW 7-9:20p 5253 U

IT 145

Intro To MS Project

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for READ 094 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 5263 A Hang K TC-118 Daily 10-10:50a

IT 175

Student Assistant

(5)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. 5271 A Carter A ARR ARR ARR Hang K ARR ARR ARR 5273 B Mahadevan K ARR ARR ARR 5275 C

Credit classes

IT 201

Fund Of Database Design

(5)

Recommended: BUS E 266 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 5319 A Hang K TC-116 Daily 1-1:50p

IT 210

Mng Cisco Router/Switch

(5)

Prerequisite: IT 130 or IT 131; or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 5327 A Carter A TC-116 Daily 9-10:05a

IT 240

MS Win (Cur Ver) Network

(5)

Prerequisite: IT 131 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 5359 A Mahadevan K TC-118 TTh 8-9:50a Mahadevan K TC-118 F 9-9:50a 5362 B Mahadevan K TC-118 TTh 1-3:20p

IT 248

Impl/Secure MS App Svc

(5)

Prerequisite: IT 160 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 5365 A Carter A TC-116 Daily 8-8:50a

IT 252

Ms SQL Server Admin.

(5)

Prerequisite: IT 160; or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 5371 A Hang K TC-118 Daily 11-11:50a

Interdisciplinary Science WIDS 103

Interdiscip Science 3

Japanese JAPN& 122

JAPN& 123

Prerequisite: IDS 102 and eligible for ENGL& 101.Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $15.00. (NR) 4803 A Brumbaugh S SC-109 W 11-11:50a Brumbaugh S SC-109 TThF 10-11:50a

(5)

Japanese III

(5)

Prerequisite: A grade of 2.0 or higher in JAPN& 122 or equivalent with instructor’s permission; and eligible for ENGL 100. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 5431 A Smith E SH-152 Daily 8-8:50a 5435 U Kessler J SH-150 MW 7:15-9:35p

Journalism JOURN 1001

Newspaper Laboratory 1

(5)

Prerequisite: CMST& 102 or ENGL& 101 or JOURN 101 or instructor’s permission.Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. 5439 A Knowlton J BI-13 MWF 12-12:50p Knowlton J BI-13 MWF 12-12:50p 5443 AA This section is offered at 3 credits only.

JOURN 1002

Newspaper Laboratory 2

Prerequisite: JOURN 100.1. 5447 A Knowlton J BI-13 Knowlton J BI-13 5451 AA This section is offered at 3 credits only.

JOURN 1003

(5) MWF MWF

Newspaper Laboratory 3

Prerequisite: JOURN 100.2. 5455 A Knowlton J BI-13 5459 AA Knowlton J BI-13 This section is offered at 3 credits only.

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

(5) MWF MWF

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

Online Course JOURN 101

Newswriting

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: jknowlton@ greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 5463 DE Knowlton J ARR ARR ARR

JOURN 110 (5)

Japanese II

Prerequisite: JAPN& 121 or two years of high school Japanese with a B average or better or instructor’s permission; and eligible for ENGL 100. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 5423 A Smith E SH-152 Daily 9-9:50a 5427 U Kessler J SH-150 MW 4:45-7:05p

Radio Laboratory 1

(5)

Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 5475 A Krause T SS-9 TTh 1-2:30p TTh 1-2:30p Kampmann J SS-9 5479 AA Krause T SS-9 TTh 1-2:30p This section is offered at 3 credits only.

JOURN 111

Radio Laboratory 2

(5)

Prerequisite: JOURN 110 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 5483 A Krause T SS-9 TTh 1-2:30p Kampmann J SS-9 TTh 1-2:30p 5487 AA Krause T SS-9 TTh 1-2:30p This section is offered at 3 credits only.

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greenriver.edu Radio Laboratory 3

(5)

Prerequisite: JOURN 111 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 5491 A Krause T SS-9 TTh 1-2:30p TTh 1-2:30p Kampmann J SS-9 Krause T SS-9 TTh 1-2:30p 5495 AA 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) 5499 A Harger C TC-208 TTh 10-11:30a 5503 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) 5507 A Harger C TC-208 TTh 10-11:30a 5511 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) 5515 A Harger C TC-208 TTh 10-11:30a 5519 AA Harger C TC-208 TTh 10-11:30a This section is offered at 3 credits only.

WJOURN 156 5527

A

JOURN 200

Broadcast Announcing Kampmann J SC-238

(3) MWF

Adv Newspaper Laboratory

11-11:50a

(5)

Prerequisite: JOURN 100.3 and instructor’s permission Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. 5543 A Knowlton J BI-13 MWF 12-12:50p 5547 AA Knowlton J BI-13 MWF 12-12:50p This section is offered at 3 credits only.

JOURN 205

Radio Management

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 5551 A Krause T LC-201 MWF Kampmann J LC-201 MWF Krause T LC-201 MWF 5555 AA Kampmann J LC-201 MWF This section is offered at 3 credits only.

JOURN 206

Radio Workshop

(5) 2-2:50p 2-2:50p 2-2:50p 2-2:50p

(5)

Prerequisite: JOURN 205 and instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 5559 A Krause T LC-201 MWF 2-3p Kampmann J LC-201 MWF 2-3p 5563 AA Krause T LC-201 MWF 2-2:50p Kampmann J LC-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) 5567 A Krause T LC-201 MWF 2-2:50p MWF 2-2:50p Kampmann J LC-201 Krause T LC-201 MWF 2-2:50p 5571 AA MWF 2-2:50p Kampmann J LC-201 This section is offered at 3 credits only.

WJOURN 253

Journalism Internship 3

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. 5579 A Krause T LC-201 ARR

WJOURN 254

Adv Radio Production

WJOURN 255

Mktg The Broadcast Media

ARR

(3)

Prerequisite: JOURN 151 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. 5583 A Kampmann J HSB-4 MWF 12-12:50p Recommended: JOURN 150 or 152 preferred. 5587 A Krause T SS-9 MWF

(3) 1-1:50p

Manufacturing Technology

For more information contact instructor Tom Tagliente at ext. 4261 or e-mail ttagliente@greenriver.edu, or educational planner Paul Mueller at ext. 2635.

MFG 101

Intro To MACH And MFG

(13)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 6107 U Tagliente T TIA-17 MTWTh

MFG 102

Conventional Mill/Turn

(13)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 6111 U Tagliente T TIA-17 MTWTh

MFG 103

Conv And CNC Mach Level1

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 6115 U Tagliente T TIA-17 MTWTh

MFG 104

Conv And CNC Mach Lev 2

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 6119 U Tagliente T TIA-17 MTWTh

MFG 105

Intermediate CNC Mach

Special Machining Pract

Applied Matlís For MFG

Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 6131 A Tagliente T

TIA-17

(13) 5-10p

(13) 5-10p

5-10p

(13)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 6127 U Tagliente T TIA-17 MTWTh

WMFG 162

5-10p

(13)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 6123 U Tagliente T TIA-17 MTWTh

MFG 106

5-10p

5-10p

(2) MW

4-5p

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JOURN 112

Spring Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations

Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

W Class offered this quarter only

greenriver.edu

Mathematics MATH 062

MATH 072 Review Of Arithmetic

(5)

Prerequisite: BASIC 053 or appropriate placement score. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 5639 A HSB-6 Daily 8-8:50a

Hybrid Course

The primary instruction uses computer software. There will also be a fee of $8.00 per class. Attendance the first week of class is mandatory and required for testing.

MATH 062

Review Of Arithmetic

(5)

Credit classes

Prerequisite: BASIC 053 or appropriate placement score. 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: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $8.00. (NR) 5647 DEA Leavens S IVC-102 Daily 8-8:50a Enumclaw TTh 9:30-11:50a 5649 DEB 5651 DEC Reising P Kent TTh 10:30a-12:50p Michaels L IVC-102 Daily 1-1:50p 5655 DED Reising P IVC-102 MW 2-4:20p 5659 DEE 5663 DEU Reising P IVC-102 MW 4:30-6:50p Enumclaw MW 4:30-6:50p 5667 DEV 5671 DEW Kent TTh 6:30-8:50p

Online Course MATH 062

Review Of Arithmetic

(5)

Prerequisite: BASIC 053 or appropriate placement score. Instructor’s e-mail: skinholt@greenriver.edu. Orientation session on 04/03/13 from 12-1p in IVC-102. Additional fee of $37.00. (NR) 5643 DE Kinholt S ARR ARR ARR

MATH 070

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 $2.00. (NR) 5679 A Kenyon M SS-20 Daily 8-8:50a 5683 B SS-2 Daily 11-11:50a 5685 U SS-2 MW 7:15-9:35p

Hybrid Course

The primary instruction uses computer software. There will also be a fee of $8.00 per class. Attendance the first week of class is mandatory and required for testing.

MATH 070

Pre-Algebra

(5)

Prerequisite: MATH 062 with a grade of 2.5 or higher OR appropriate placement test score OR high school transcript evaluation. 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: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $8.00. (NR) 5687 DEA Mitchell R IVC-102 Daily 9-9:50a 5693 DEB Enumclaw TTh 9:30-11:50a 5695 DEC Reising P Kent TTh 10:30a-12:50p 5691 DED Leavens S IVC-102 Daily 11-11:50a 5699 DEE Reising P IVC-102 MW 2-4:20p 5703 DEU Reising P IVC-102 MW 4:30-6:50p 5707 DEV Enumclaw MW 4:30-6:50p 5711 DEW Kent TTh 6:30-8:50p

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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) 5719 AA SS-19 Daily 7-7:50a 5723 BB SS-2 Daily 8-8:50a SS-19 Daily 8-8:50a 5727 CC 5731 DD SS-8 Daily 9-9:50a 5767 EE IVC-109 Daily 9-9:50a 5771 FF SS-1 Daily 10-10:50a SS-20 Daily 11-11:50a 5775 GG BI-14 Daily 1-1:50p 5779 HH 5783 UU SS-20 TTh 7:15-9:35p

Hybrid Course

The primary instruction uses computer software. There will also be a fee of $8.00 per class. Attendance the first week of class is mandatory and required for testing.

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. 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: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $8.00. (NR) 5735 DEA Mitchell R IVC-102 Daily 9-9:50a Enumclaw TTh 9:30-11:50a 5737 DEB 5739 DEC Mitchell R IVC-102 Daily 10-10:50a Reising P Kent TTh 10:30a-12:50p 5743 DED Leavens S IVC-102 Daily 11-11:50a 5747 DEE Reising P IVC-102 MW 2-4:20p 5751 DEF 5755 DEU Reising P IVC-102 MW 4:30-6:50p 5759 DEV Enumclaw MW 4:30-6:50p 5763 DEW Kent TTh 6:30-8:50p

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) 5791 AA SS-2 Daily 7-7:50a 5795 BB SS-8 Daily 8-8:50a 5799 CC Kinholt S SS-19 Daily 9-9:50a 5803 DD Leavens S IVA-108 Daily 9-9:50a 5839 EE Kinholt S SS-19 Daily 10-10:50a 5843 FF ZWC-105 Daily 10-10:50a 5847 GG BI-14 Daily 11-11:50a 5851 HH IVC-108 Daily 11-11:50a 5855 JJ IVA-109 Daily 1-1:50p 5859 UU SS-19 MW 7:15-9:35p

MATH& 141

Hybrid Course

Spring Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations

Precalculus I

(5)

Prerequisite: Either MATH 097 or MATH 117T with a grade of 2.5 or The primary instruction uses computer software. There will also be a fee higher OR appropriate placement score OR high school transcript of $8.00 per class. Attendance the first week of class is mandatory and evaluation. Graphing calculator required. Satisfies a quantitative skills or required for testing. natural science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 5983 AA Jonas R SS-1 Daily 7-7:50a MATH 097 Intermediate Algebra (5) Jonas R SS-1 Daily 8-8:50a 5987 BB Prerequisite: Either MATH 072, 085 or 116T with a grade of 2.5 or IVA-108 Daily 8-8:50a 5991 CC higher OR appropriate placement test score OR high school transcript Kent MW 8-10:20a 6017 KCA evaluation. Recommended: Eligible for READ 104. The primary Kissel K SS-20 Daily 9-9:50a 5995 DD instruction uses computer software. There will also be a fee of $8 per Hallstone D BI-4 Daily 10-10:50a 5999 EE class. Attendance the first week of class is mandatory and required for 6003 FF Michaels L SS-12 Daily 10-10:50a testing. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $8.00. SS-16 Daily 11-11:50a 6007 GG (NR) SS-9 Daily 11-11:50a 6011 HH SS-19 Daily 1-1:50p 6015 JJ 5807 DEA Leavens S IVC-102 Daily 8-8:50a SS-1 TTh 7:15-9:35p 5809 DEB Enumclaw TTh 9:30-11:50a 6019 UU 5811 DEC Mitchell R IVC-102 Daily 10-10:50a MATH& 142 Precalculus II (5) 5815 DED Reising P Kent TTh 10:30a-12:50p Prerequisite: MATH& 141 with a grade of 2.0 or higher OR appropriate 5819 DEE Michaels L IVC-102 Daily 1-1:50p placement score OR high school transcript evaluation. Graphing 5823 DEF Reising P IVC-102 MW 2-4:20p calculator required. Satisfies a quantitative skills or natural science 5827 DEU Reising P IVC-102 MW 4:30-6:50p requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 5831 DEV Enumclaw MW 4:30-6:50p 5835 DEW Kent TTh 6:30-8:50p 6023 AA IVC-108 Daily 8-8:50a 6027 BB IVC-109 Daily 10-10:50a MATH& 107 Math In Society (5) 6031 CC Jonas R IVC-109 Daily 11-11:50a Prerequisite: MATH 097 with a grade of 2.0 or higher OR appropriate 6035 DD Jonas R IVC-109 Daily 1-1:50p placement test score OR high school transcript evaluation. Satisfies 6039 EE HSB-6 Daily 1-1:50p a quantitative skills or natural science requirement for AA degree. 6043 UU SS-20 MW 7:15-9:35p Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) MATH 147 Finite Math-Bus/S Scienc (5) 5967 AA IVC-108 Daily 9-9:50a Prerequisite: MATH 097 with a grade of 2.0 or higher OR appropriate 5971 BB IVC-108 Daily 10-10:50a placement test score OR instructor’s permission OR high school transcript evaluation. Graphing calculator required. Satisfies a Online Course quantitative skills or natural science requirement for AA degree. MATH& 107 Math In Society (5) Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) Prerequisite: MATH 097 with a grade of 2.0 or higher OR appropriate 5895 KCA Kent TTh 8-10:20a 5879 AA Praggastis B SC-323 Daily 9-9:50a placement test score OR high school transcript evaluation. Satisfies a SS-12 Daily 11-11:50a 5883 BB quantitative skills or natural science requirement for AA degree. Visit: SS-12 Daily 1-1:50p 5887 CC www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: dnelson@greenriver. 5899 UU SS-2 TTh 7:15-9:35p edu. Orientation session 04/01/13, 12-1p or 7-8p in BI-5. Additional fee of $37.00. (NR) Online Course 5975 DE Nelson D ARR ARR ARR

MATH 115T

Tech Algebra/Trig 1

(5)

Prerequisite: MATH 070 with a grade of 2.5 or higher OR appropriate placement test score OR instructor’s permission OR high school transcript evaluation. For technical students only. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 5867 U SS-19 MTTh 5:10-6:35p

MATH 116T

Technical Math 2

(5)

Prerequisite: MATH 085 with a grade of 2.0 or higher OR appropriate placement test score OR instructor’s permission OR high school transcript evaluation. For technical students only. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 5871 A Michaels L SS-12 Daily 9-9:50a

WMATH 117T

Technical Math 3

(5)

Prerequisite: MATH 116T with a grade of 2.0 or higher OR instructor’s permission. For technical students only. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 5875 A Michaels L SS-12 Daily 9-9:50a

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: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Orientation session, 04/01/13 at 12-1p or 7-8p in IVC-102. Additional fee of $37.00. (NR) 5891 DE ARR ARR ARR

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) 6047 AA IVC-109 Daily 8-8:50a 6051 BB SS-16 Daily 1-1:50p

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W Class offered this quarter only

greenriver.edu MATH 238

Online Course 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. Visit: www.greenriver. edu/elearning. Orientation session, 04/01/13 at 12-1p or 5-6p in BI-4. Additional fee of $37.00. (NR) 6055 DE ARR ARR ARR

MATH& 151

Calculus I

(5)

Credit classes

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) 6059 AA Kenyon M SS-2 Daily 9-9:50a 6063 BB Kenyon M SS-2 Daily 10-10:50a 6067 CC SS-1 Daily 1-1:50p 6071 DD SS-16 MTTh 2:15-3:40p

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) 6075 AA SS-16 Daily 8-8:50a 6079 BB SS-20 Daily 10-10:50a 6083 CC SS-2 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) 6087 AA Black S SS-1 Daily 9-9:50a 6091 BB Black S SS-1 Daily 11-11:50a 6095 CC IVA-108 Daily 1-1:50p 6099 UU SS-1 MW 7:15-9:35p

MATH 170

Number Theory-Elem Teach

(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) 5903 AA SS-20 Daily 1-1:50p

MATH 171

Geometry-Elem Teachers

(5)

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) 5929 AA Kissel K SS-12 Daily 8-8:50a BI-4 Daily 11-11:50a 5931 BB

MATH 240

Topics In Linear Algebra

(5)

Prerequisite: MATH& 151 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) 5935 AA Alford K SS-9 Daily 8-8:50a Black S IVC-108 Daily 1-1:50p 5939 BB

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) 6103 AA Alford K SS-16 Daily 10-10:50a

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) 5943 AA Hallstone D BI-4 Daily 8-8:50a 5947 BB Hallstone D BI-4 Daily 9-9:50a Nelson D SS-19 Daily 11-11:50a 5951 CC 5955 DD Praggastis B BI-4 Daily 1-1:50p 5959 UU BI-4 TTh 7:15-9:35p

Math Resource Modules–Lab

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. 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: MATH 170 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; OR instructor’s permission. Satisfies a natural science or quantitative skills requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 5911 KCU Kent MW 6:30-8:50p

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

MATH 172

2. You are not yet taking another math class, but you want to build specific skills to prepare you for a math course.

Prob/Stats-Elem Teachers

(5)

Prerequisite: MATH 170 with a grade of 2.0 or higher OR instructor’s permission. Satisfies a natural science or quantitative skills requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 5915 AA SS-16 Daily 9-9:50a

Students must attend a 50-minute orientation session in BI-5 from 12-1p or 3-4p on 04/02/13.

MATH 062R

Review Arithmetic-R Mod

This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 5675 A Hallstone D BI-6 ARR

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(2) ARR

greenriver.edu Pre-Algebra Resource-Mod

This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $12.00. (NR) 5715 A Hallstone D BI-6 ARR

MATH 072R

Elem Algebra-Resource Mo

This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 5787 A Hallstone D BI-6 ARR

MATH 097R

Interm Algebra-Resource

This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 5863 A Hallstone D BI-6 ARR

(2) ARR

(2) ARR

(2) ARR

Music MUSC 103

American Popular Music

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. 6159 A Eisenhour K RLC-128 Daily 1-1:50p

Online Course MUSC 103

American Popular Music

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: gcampbell@ greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 6163 DE Campbell G ARR ARR ARR

Online Course MUSC 104

Music In World Culture

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: gcampbell@ greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 6167 DE Campbell G ARR ARR ARR

MUSC& 105

Music Appreciation

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. 6311 A Yadon D RLC-128 Daily 11-11:50a 6315 B Yadon D RLC-128 Daily 2-2:50p

Music Appreciation

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: keisenhour@ greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 6319 DE Eisenhour K ARR ARR ARR

MUSC 108

Intro To Computer Music

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 6175 A Bayer R RLC-145 Daily 10-10:50a

MUSC 109

Interm Computer Music

(5)

Prerequisite: MUSC 108 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 6183 A Bayer R RLC-145 Daily 10-10:50a

MUSC 110

Advanced Computer Music

(5)

Prerequisite: MUSC 109 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 6191 A Bayer R RLC-145 Daily 10-10:50a

Concert Choir 1

(3)

Satisfies an activity or a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $15.00. (NR) 6199 A Eisenhour K PA-125 Daily 9-9:50a

MUSC 119

Concert Choir 2

(3)

Prerequisite: MUSC 118. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $15.00. (NR) 6203 A Eisenhour K PA-125 Daily 9-9:50a

MUSC 120

Concert Choir 3

(3)

Prerequisite: MUSC 119. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $15.00. (NR) 6207 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. 6325 A Eisenhour K RLC-145 TTh 8-8:50a Must also register for MUSC& 131, item #6329.

WMUSC& 123

Ear Training 3

MUSC 124

Musical Rehear And Perf

(2)

Prerequisite: MUSC& 122. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. 6327 A Bayer R RLC-145 TTh 9-9:50a Must also register for MUSC& 133, item #6331.

(5)

Satisfies an activity or a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional hours required for final technical rehearsals and productions. See instructor for more information. 6209 A Bayer R PA-115 Daily 11a-12:50p

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) 6211 A Eisenhour K PA-125 Daily 10-10:50a

MUSC 128

Online Course MUSC& 105

MUSC 118

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) 6213 A Eisenhour K PA-125 Daily 10-10:50a

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) 6215 A Eisenhour K PA-125 Daily 10-10:50a

MUSC 1301

Private Instruction 1

(1)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Satisfies an activity or a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. No tuition. Fee $350.00. 6217 A Eisenhour K ARR ARR ARR

MUSC 1302

Private Instruction 2

(1)

Prerequisite: MUSC 130.1 and instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. No tuition. Fee $350.00. 6219 A Eisenhour K ARR ARR ARR

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MATH 070R

Spring Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations

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Private Instruction 3

greenriver.edu (1)

MUSC 228

Green River Jazz Voices5

(5)

Prerequisite: MUSC 130.2 and instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. No tuition. Fee $350.00. 6221 A Eisenhour K ARR ARR ARR

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) 6301 A Eisenhour K PA-125 Daily 10-10:50a

MUSC& 131

MUSC 229

Music Theory 1

(3)

Green River Jazz Voices6

(5)

Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 6329 A Eisenhour K RLC-145 MWF 8-8:50a Must also register for MUSC& 121, item #6325.

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) 6303 A Eisenhour K PA-125 Daily 10-10:50a

WMUSC& 133

Music Theory 3

MUSC 2301

Prerequisite: MUSC& 132. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 6331 A Bayer R RLC-145 MW 9-9:50a Must also register for MUSC& 123, item #6327.

Prerequisite: MUSC 130.3 and instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. No tuition. Fee $350.00. 6305 A Eisenhour K ARR ARR ARR

MUSC 140

Class Piano 1

MUSC 2302

Credit classes

Class Piano 2

(2)

Prerequisite: MUSC 140. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $15.00. (NR) 6247 A Swienty J RLC-145 MW 12-12:50p 6251 B Swienty J RLC-145 TTh 12-12:50p 6255 C Swienty J RLC-145 MW 1-1:50p 6259 D Swienty J RLC-145 TTh 1-1:50p 6263 E 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) 6227 A Swienty J RLC-145 MW 12-12:50p 6231 B Swienty J RLC-145 TTh 12-12:50p 6235 C Swienty J RLC-145 MW 1-1:50p 6239 D Swienty J RLC-145 TTh 1-1:50p 6243 E Swienty J RLC-145 MW 2-2:50p

MUSC 141

(3)

Class Piano 3

(2)

Prerequisite: MUSC 141. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $15.00. (NR) 6267 A Swienty J RLC-145 MW 12-12:50p 6271 B Swienty J RLC-145 TTh 12-12:50p 6275 C Swienty J RLC-145 MW 1-1:50p 6279 D Swienty J RLC-145 TTh 1-1:50p 6283 E 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) 6287 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) 6291 A Eisenhour K PA-125 Daily 9-9:50a

MUSC 220

Concert Choir 6

(3)

Prerequisite: MUSC 219. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $15.00. (NR) 6295 A Eisenhour K PA-125 Daily 9-9:50a

MUSC 227

Green River Jazz Voices4

(5)

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) 6299 A Eisenhour K PA-125 Daily 10-10:50a

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Private Instruction 4

Private Instruction 5

(1)

(1)

Prerequisite: MUSC 230.1 and instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. No tuition. Fee $350.00. 6307 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. No tuition. Fee $350.00. 6309 A Eisenhour K ARR ARR ARR

Natural Resources NATRS 100

Intro-Natural Resources

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100. NATRS 172 or concurrent enrollment, or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6335 A Hopkins R HSC-16 TTh 2-5p

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 $10.00. (NR) 4383 A Hopkins R HSC-16 SaSu 8a-5p

NATRS 130

Wildfire S-130/190

This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6355 U Henderson C HSC-16 TWTh

NATRS 131

Wildfire S-131

Prerequisite: NATRS 130 or instructor’s; permission or proof of certificate of ICS S-130 and S-190, and wildlife experience as documented in NWCG task book. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6351 U Henderson C HSC-9 MT

NATRS 132

Wildfire S-230

(4) 6-9p

(1)

6-9p

(2)

Prerequisite: NATRS 131 or instructor’s permission or proof of certificate of ICS S-131 and completed task book of experience. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6353 U Henderson C HSC-9 MT 6-9p

NATRS 133

Wildfire S-231

(1)

Prerequisite: NATRS 131 or instructor’s; permission or proof of certificate of ICS S-131 and completed task book experience. Engine Operator. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6357 U Henderson C HSC-9 MT 6-9p

Spring Credit Classes

greenriver.edu Wildfire S-290

(3)

Prerequisite: NATRS 130 or instructor’s permission; or proof of certificate of ICS-190. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6359 U HSC-16 TWTh 6-9p

NATRS 172

Computer Applications Ov

(4)

Prerequisite: BUS E 100 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $3.00. (NR) 6367 A Sjogren R TC-112 TThF 8-10a Jabbouri S TC-112 TThF 8-10a

NATRS 180

Natural Res Measurement

Prerequisite: MATH 070 with a grade of 2.0 or higher. 6369 A Hopkins R HSC-16 M Hopkins R HSC-16 TThF

WNATRS 181

(7) 11a-12p 10a-12p

Forest Navigation/Mappin

(8)

Prerequisite: NATRS 180 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6371 A Hopkins R HSC-9 MWF 1-5p

WNATRS 182

Air Photo Interp/Sensing

NATRS 184

Shrub And Wildflower Id

(5)

Prerequisite: NATRS 181 or concurrent enrollment. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6375 A Sjogren R HSC-9 TTh 1-5p

(5)

Prerequisite: NATRS 172 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6383 A HSC-16 MW 1-4p

WNATRS 271

Stream/Wetland Restore

NATRS 286

Nat Res Bus Principles

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100. NATRS 100 and 172 or concurrent enrollment, or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6391 A HSC-17 MW 8-11a

(5)

Prerequisite: NATRS 172 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 6393 A Hopkins R HSC-16 TTh 8-10a Hopkins R HSC-16 F 9-10a

NATRS 2941

Natrs Internship 1

(4)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. 6399 A Hopkins R ARR ARR ARR

Kent Campus – credit (253) 856-9595 • Office Hours: Mon.–Thurs. 7:30a–7:30p — Fri. 7:30a–5p

Green River Community College offers credit and non-credit classes at its Kent Campus. For times of the credit classes listed below, see the full Credit Class section of this schedule, beginning on page 11.

CREDIT CLASSES – Morning, Afternoon and Evening Dept Crs 202 ACCT& ACCT& 203 100 AP BASIC 022-026 032-076 BASIC BASIC 053 160 BIOL& BIOL& 242 BUS& 101 BUS 166 BUS 181 BUS& 201 BUS 258 BUS E 100 BUS E 101 BUS E 102 BUS E 103 BUS E 107 BUS E 108 BUS E 140 BUS E 162 BUS E 163 CJ& 101 CMST& 210 CMST& 220 CMST& 230 ECE 1031 ECE 1041 ECE 151

Title Prin Of Accounting II Prin Of Accounting III Human AP Survey GED/Bilingual Level 2-6 Adult Basic Educ-GED Prep Adult Basic Math General Biology With Lab Human AP 2 Introduction To Business Human Relations Intro-International Bus Business Law Prin Mgmt/Supervision Fundamentals/Computers Beg Typing/Keyboarding Intermediate Keyboarding Advanced Keyboarding Typing Speed/Accuracy 1 Typing Speed/Accuracy 2 Records Management Introduction To Excel Advanced Excel Intro to Crim Justice Interpersonal Comm Public Speaking Small Group Comm CDA Practicum 1 ECE Practicum 2-Cda Language And Literacy

Cr (5) (5) (5) (6) (12) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (4) (4) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (3) (3) (3)

ECE ECE EDUC& EDUC ENGL ENGL& ENGL& ENGL ENGL ENGL ENGL ENV S ESOL ESOL ESOL HL ED MATH MATH MATH MATH MATH& MATH MATH OCEA& PE PE PHIL& PHYS& PHYS& PHYS& POLS& PSYC& READ READ SPAN&

200 220 204 240 100 101 112 115 126 127 128 204 011-016 050-056 063-066 190 062 070 072 097 141 147 171 101 111 215 101 110 116 223 200 100 094 104 123

CDA Work Ethics Intro To Sign Language Exceptional Child Multicultural/Anti-Bias Introductory Composition English Composition I Intro To Fiction Introduction To Novels Writing: Humanities Writing: Social Science Res Writing:Sci/Engr/Bus Natural Science/Environ ESOL Level 1-6 ESOL Technology Level 1-6 ESOL Writing Support 3-6 Standard First Aid/CPR Review Of Arithmetic Pre-Algebra Elementary Algebra Intermediate Algebra Precalculus I Finite Math-Bus/S Scienc Geometry-Elem Teachers Intro To Oceanography Aerobic Walking Adv Aerobic Walking Intro To Philosophy Phys Non-Sci Majors w Lab GENERAL PHYSICS III w Lab Engr Phys III With Lab Introduction To Law General Psychology Reading Improvement Reading Mastery Spanish III

(5) (2) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (12) (3) (3) (3) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (2) (2) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5) (5)

*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

NATRS 134

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations

Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

W Class offered this quarter only NATRS 2942

Natrs Internship 2

greenriver.edu (4)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. 6403 A Hopkins 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. 6407 A Hopkins 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. 6411 A Hopkins R ARR ARR ARR

Nursing WNURSE 109

Nursing 3 Community Lab3

(8)

Credit classes

Prerequisite: NURSE 105 and 107 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $100.00. (NR) 6431 A Mears M SC-137 TW 7a-3:30p 6435 B Baker S SC-137 TW 7a-3:30p 6439 U Fincher K SC-137 TW 3-11:30p 6443 V SC-137 TW 3-11:30p

NURSE 110

Nursing 3

(8)

Prerequisite: Enrollment in the Practical Nursing Program; NURSE 106 or instructor’s permission; and concurrent enrollment in NURSE 109. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 6447 A Mears M SC-137 MF 8a-12p 6451 B Baker S SC-137 MF 8a-12p

NURSE 114

IV Therapy

(2)

Prerequisite: Enrollment in Practical Nursing program or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $200.00. (NR) 6453 A ARR ARR ARR 6455 B ARR ARR ARR

Nursing Assistant NRS A 110

Nurse Assistant Theory

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 6415 U Mears M SC-137 MTWTh

NRS A 111

Nurse Assistant Skill

(6) 5-9p

(4)

Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in NRS A 110. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 6419 A Mears M SC-134 MTWTh ARR 6423 U Mears M SC-137 MTWTh 5-9p

NRS A 112

Intro-Nursing Care Study

(2)

Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in NRS A 111. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 6427 U Owens L SC-137 MTWTh 5-9p

Nutrition NUTR& 101

Nutrition

(5)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6463 A Baker S SC-134 MW 3-5:30p

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Occupational Therapy

For more information contact Jennifer Lewis at ext. 4839.

Hybrid Course O T 100

Intro To Occ Therapy

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: jrogoff@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $20.50. (NR) 6467 DE Jackson D SC-158 T 5-7p

O T 105

Clinical Seminar 1

(1)

Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission and concurrent enrollment in O T 177. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 6471 A Rogoff J SC-158 W 10a-12p 6475 B Rogoff J SC-158 M 10a-12p

Hybrid Course O T 106

Prof Advocacy Experience

(1)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: lfinnsson@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $3.50. (NR) 6479 DEA Finnsson L SC-158 Th 1-3p 6483 DEB Finnsson L SC-158 F 1-3p

O T 108

Psychosocial Dysfunction

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $7.00. (NR) 6487 A SC-158 W SC-158 Th

O T 115

Therapeutic Activities 1

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6491 A Lewis J SC-148 M Lewis J SC-148 T 6495 B Lewis J SC-148 Th Lewis J SC-148 F

O T 116

Physical Disabilities 2

(5) 1-3p 9a-12p

(3) 1-3p 9a-12p 1-3p 9a-12p

(5)

Prerequisite: AP 104 or BIOL& 242 and instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $23.00. (NR) 6499 A Finnsson L SC-158 MW 8-10a Finnsson L SC-148 M 10a-12p Finnsson L SC-158 MW 8-10a 6503 B Finnsson L SC-148 W 10a-12p

O T 177

Application Of Ot 1

(1)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. This is a pass/no credit course. 6507 A Rogoff J LC-225 ARR ARR Rogoff J LC-225 ARR ARR 6511 B

Hybrid Course O T 202

Ethics/Values In Health

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $10.50. (NR) 6519 DE Henry M SC-148 Th 5:30-7:30p

greenriver.edu Philosophy

Hybrid Course Work Place Issues

(3)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: jlewis@greenriver.edu. Includes clinic during daytime hours and Saturday labs. Additional fee of $25.50. (NR) 6523 DE Lewis J SC-148 T 7-10p

Hybrid Course O T 220

Therapeutic Group Leader

(2)

Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: jlewis@greenriver.edu. Includes clinic during daytime hours and Saturday labs. Additional fee of $7.00. (NR) 6527 DE Lewis J SC-148 T 5-7p

Fieldwork Exp Seminar 1

(1)

Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission and concurrent enrollment in O T 277. This is a pass/no credit course. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: jrogoff@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $7.00. (NR) 6531 DE Rogoff J ARR ARR ARR

Hybrid Course O T 251

Fieldwork Exper Sem 2

(1)

Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission and concurrent enrollment in O T 278. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: jrogoff@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $7.00. (NR) 6535 DE Rogoff J ARR ARR ARR

O T 277

Co-Op Fieldwork Exper 1

(12)

Prerequisite: Instructor’s permission and concurrent enrollment in O T 250. This is a pass/no credit course. 6539 A Rogoff J CLI ARR ARR

O T 278

Co-Op Fieldwork Exper 2

Prerequisite: O T 277 and instructor’s permission; and concurrent enrollment in O T 251. This is a pass/no credit course. 6543 A Rogoff J LC-225 ARR

(12)

(5)

PHIL 102

Contemp Moral Problems

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 7071 U Murphy S SH-254 TTh 7:15-9:35p

WPHIL 105

Hist Survey-Modern Phil

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 7073 A Barnes T IVA-109 Daily 10-10:50a

Intro To Oceanography

ARR

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101. Satisfies a natural science or lab science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $7.00. (NR) 6545 A SC-111 MWF 8-9:50a 6547 KCA Kent TTh 2:30-5:30p 6551 U SC-111 TTh 6:30-9:30p

Parent-Child Education See page 35.

PHIL 112

Ethics In The Workplace

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructorís e-mail: mwill@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $37.00. (NR) 7083 DE Will M ARR ARR ARR

PHIL 115

Critical Thinking

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 7087 A Hoeller K SC-240 Daily 12-12:50p

PHIL& 120

Symbolic Logic

(5)

Satisfies a natural science or quantitative skills requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 7143 A Murphy S SH-254 Daily 7-7:50a 7147 B Jeffery A SH-254 Daily 8-8:50a 7151 C Murphy S SH-254 Daily 9-9:50a 7167 D Johanson S SH-254 Daily 10-10:50a 7169 E Fox J SH-254 MTWTh 11a-12:05p 7171 F Barnes T SH-254 Daily 1-1:50p 7175 G Cochran A SH-254 MW 2:15-4:30p 7179 U Ferrucci A SH-254 MW 7:15-9:35p

Online Course

Oceanography OCEA& 101

Intro To Philosophy

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 7131 A Hoeller K SH-250 Daily 1-1:50p 7135 KCA Will M Kent MW 10:30a-12:50p 7139 U Cochran A SH-254 MW 4:40-7p

Online Course

Hybrid Course O T 250

PHIL& 101

PHIL& 120

Symbolic Logic

(5)

Satisfies a natural science or quantitative skills requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Additional fee of $37.00. (NR) 7159 DEA Johanson S ARR ARR ARR Instructor’s e-mail: sjohanson@greenriver.edu. 7163 DEB Pardi P ARR ARR ARR Item #7163 opens after item #7159 closes. Instructor’s email: ppardi@ greenriver.edu.

PHIL 160

Intro To Phil Of Science

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 7089 A Ferrucci A SH-150 Daily 1-1:50p

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Credit classes

O T 215

Spring Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations

Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

W Class offered this quarter only PHIL 210

Comparative Religion

greenriver.edu (5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 7103 A Fox J ZWC-104 Daily 12-12:50p

WPHIL 215

Advanced Logic

(5)

Prerequisite: PHIL& 106 with a grade of 2.0 or higher and eligible for MATH& 141; or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a natural science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 7105 A Jeffery A IVA-109 Daily 9-9:50a

WPHIL 220

Intro-Eastern Philosophy

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 7107 A Jeffery A BI-14 Daily 10-10:50a

PHIL 236

Existentialism

(5)

Credit classes

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 7113 A Johanson S SC-322 Daily 11-11:50a

PHOTO 102

PHOTO 103

Phil Of Human Rights

(5)

Introduction To Ethics

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 7119 A Barnes T SH-355 Daily 9-9:50a

WPHIL 243

Environmental Ethics

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 7123 A Ferrucci A IVA-109 Daily 8-8:50a

Photography PHOTO 101

Begin B/W Photography

(5)

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) 7189 A Oliveira G SH-270 MWF 9-9:50a Oliveira G SH-272 ARR ARR 7191 B Oliveira G SH-270 MWF 10-10:50a Oliveira G SH-272 ARR ARR SH-270 MWF 11-11:50a 7195 C SH-272 ARR ARR 7199 D SH-270 MWF 12-12:50p SH-272 ARR ARR 7201 E SH-270 MWF 1-1:50p SH-272 ARR ARR

50

Advanced Photography

(5)

PHOTO 111

Beg Digital Photography

(5)

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) 7235 A Navin P SH-273 TTh 9-10:30a Navin P SH-273 ARR ARR

Online Course

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English and the diversity course requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructorís e-mail: jclausen@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $19.50. (NR) 7115 DE Clausen J SH-150 MWTh 11-11:50a

PHIL 240

(5)

Students must arrange own schedule in darkroom. Additional lab time required (4-6 hours per week).Prerequisite: PHOTO 102. 35mm film camera required. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $25.00. (NR) 7231 A Oliveira G SH-270 TTh 9-10:30a SH-272 ARR ARR Oliveira G

Hybrid Course PHIL 238

Intermed Photography

Students must arrange own schedule in darkroom. Additional lab time required (4-6 hours per week).Prerequisite: PHOTO 101. 35mm film camera required. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $25.00. (NR) 7219 A Oliveira G SH-270 TTh 9-10:30a SH-272 ARR ARR Oliveira G

PHOTO 111

Beg Digital Photography

(5)

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: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: pnavin@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 7239 DEA Navin P ARR ARR ARR 7243 DEB Navin P ARR ARR ARR 7247 DEC Navin P ARR ARR ARR 7251 DED Navin P ARR ARR ARR

Online Course PHOTO 112

Interm Digital Photo

(5)

Prerequisite: PHOTO 111. 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: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: pnavin@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 7255 DEA Navin P ARR ARR ARR 7259 DEB Navin P ARR ARR ARR 7263 DEC Navin P ARR ARR ARR 7267 DED Navin P ARR ARR ARR

Online Course PHOTO 113

Adv Digital Photography

(5)

Prerequisite: PHOTO 112. 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: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: pnavin@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $50.00. (NR) 7271 DEA Navin P ARR ARR ARR 7275 DEB Navin P ARR ARR ARR 7279 DEC Navin P ARR ARR ARR 7283 DED Navin P ARR 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) 6555 A Davis S PE-107 MWF Davis S FC-1 MWF 6563 B Davis S PE-107 MWF Davis S FC-1 MWF

P E 102

Jogging

7-7:50a 7-7:50a 8-8:50a 8-8:50a

(2)

Satisfies a lifetime fitness/wellness requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $8.50. (NR) 6567 A Jackson T PE-107 MWF 10-10:50a Jackson T PE-141 MWF 10-10:50a

P E 103

Total Physical Fitness

(3)

Satisfies a lifetime fitness/wellness requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6571 A Behrbaum A FC-1 MWF 9-9:50a TTh 9-9:50a Behrbaum A PE-106 Jackson T FC-1 MWF 1-1:50p 6575 B PE-106 TTh 1-1:50p Jackson T

Online Course P E 103

Total Physical Fitness

(3)

Satisfies a lifetime fitness/wellness requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: tjackson@greenriver. edu. Additional fee of $31.00. (NR) 6579 DE Jackson T ARR ARR ARR

P E 109

Court Games

Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6587 A Keene D PE-102

P E 111

(3) Daily

Aerobic Walking

9-9:50a

(2)

Satisfies a lifetime fitness/wellness requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $8.50. (NR) 6603 KCA Kent TTh 9-10:20a 6595 A Blais R PE-107 MWF 11-11:50a Blais R PE-141 MWF 11-11:50a

P E 111

Aerobic Walking

P E 112

P E 114

P E 115

P E 118

Karate

Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6607 A Penor J PE-102

(1) TTh

9-9:50a

SaSu SaSu

8a-5p 8a-5p

SaSu SaSu

8a-5p 8a-5p

(1) TTh

11-11:50a

(1) TTh TTh

Volleyball

Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6639 A Behrbaum A PE-102

P E 119

8a-5p 8a-5p

Kick-Box Aerobics

Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6627 A Sprague F OEB-9 6631 B Penor J OEB-9

(1)

SaSu SaSu

Cardio Conditioning

Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6623 A Jackson T FC-1

9-9:50a 10-10:50a

(1) MW

Interm/Adv Volleyball

11-11:50a

(1)

Prerequisite: P E 118 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6647 A Behrbaum A PE-102 MW 11-11:50a

P E 121

Badminton

Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6651 A Behrbaum A PE-102

P E 122

P E 124

11-11:50a

MW MW

Indoor Soccer

8-8:50a 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) 6675 A Blais R PE-106 MWF 7-7:50a 6679 B Behrbaum A PE-106 MWF 8-8:50a 6683 C Jackson T PE-106 TTh 8-9:20a 6687 D Jackson T PE-106 MWF 9-9:50a 6691 E Blais R PE-106 MWF 10-10:50a 6695 F Jackson T PE-106 MWF 11-11:50a 6699 G Behrbaum A PE-106 MWF 1-1:50p 6703 H Jackson T PE-106 MWF 2-2:50p 6707 U Behrbaum M PE-106 MWTh 5-5:50p

P E 136

TTh

(1)

Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6663 A Keene D PE-102

(1)

Archery

Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6655 A Behrbaum M PE-102 6659 B Behrbaum M PE-102

(2)

Satisfies a lifetime fitness/wellness requirement for AA degree. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: abehrbaum@greenriver. edu. Additional fee of $15.50. (NR) 6599 DE Behrbaum A PE-107 Th 1-1:50p

Group Dynamic Activities

Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6611 A Braun S PE-107 Miller C PE-107 Class begins 04/13/13 and ends 04/14/13. 6615 B Behrbaum M PE-107 Behrbaum A PE-107 Class begins 04/20/13 and ends 04/21/13. 6619 C Braun S PE-107 Miller C PE-107 Class begins 05/18/13 and ends 05/19/13.

P E 131

Online Course

Spring Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations

Yoga 1

Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6711 A Blais R 6715 B Hansen B 6719 C Hansen B 6723 D Hansen B 6727 EU Blais R 6731 U Sprague F

(1) PE-102 PE-102 OEB-9 PE-102 Thunder MS OEB-9

MW MW F TTh M T

8-8:50a 11-11:50a 11a-12:50p 1-1:50p 5-6:35p 6-7:35p

51

Credit classes

greenriver.edu

greenriver.edu

Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

W Class offered this quarter only P E 137

Body Toning

Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6735 A Hansen B OEB-9 6739 B Hansen B OEB-9

P E 148

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

(1) TTh

Core Training For Health

Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6763 A Blais R PE-102

P E 160

TTh MW

Core Training

Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6759 A Hansen B PE-102

P E 149

(1)

10-10:50a

(2) MWF

Exercise And Nutrition

12-12:50p

(3)

Satisfies a lifetime fitness/wellness requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6771 A Behrbaum A PE-107 MW 10-10:50a Behrbaum A PE-106 TTh 10-10:50a

Credit classes

Online Course P E 160

Exercise And Nutrition

(3)

Satisfies a lifetime fitness/wellness requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: abehrbaum@ greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $31.00. (NR) 6775 DE Behrbaum A ARR ARR ARR

P E 165

Exercise And Health

(3)

Satisfies a lifetime fitness/wellness requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6779 A Behrbaum M PE-107 MW 11-11:50a Behrbaum M PE-106 TTh 11-11:50a

P E 216

P E 231

Exercise And Health

(3)

Satisfies a lifetime fitness/wellness requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: abehrbaum@ greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $31.00. (NR) 6781 DE Behrbaum A ARR ARR ARR

(1) TTh

Advanced Weight Training

Yoga 2

Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6883 A Blais R 6887 B Hansen B Hansen B 6891 C Hansen B 6895 D 6899 EU Blais R 6903 U Sprague F

P E 253

PE-102 PE-102 OEB-9 PE-102 Thunder MS OEB-9

MW MW F TTh M T

Adv Total Phys Fitness

WPTA 111

Principles Of PT Agents2

WPTA 113

Physical Fitness Lab

(2)

Prerequisite: P E 201 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6803 A Davis S FC-1 MWF 7-7:50a Davis S FC-1 MWF 8-8:50a 6811 B

P E 212

Advanced Jogging

Prerequisite: P E 102. Additional fee of $8.50. (NR) 6827 A Jackson T PE-107 MWF

P E 215

Adv Aerobic Walking

Prerequisite: P E 111. Additional fee of $8.50. (NR) 6839 KCA Kent TTh 6831 A Blais R PE-107 MWF 6835 B Behrbaum A PE-107 MWF

52

(2) 10-10:50a

(2) 9-10:20a 10-10:50a 2-2:50p

(3)

Physical Therapist Assistant

P E 202

(2)

8-8:50a 11-11:50a 11a-12:50p 1-1:50p 5-6:35p 6-7:35p

Prerequisite: P E 103. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6919 A Behrbaum A PE-107 MWF 9-9:50a Behrbaum A PE-106 TTh 9-9:50a Jackson T PE-107 MWF 1-1:50p 6923 B Jackson T PE-106 TTh 1-1:50p

Prerequisite: P E 101 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6787 A Davis S FC-1 MWF 7-7:50a 6795 B Davis S FC-1 MWF 8-8:50a

Adv Physical Fitness Lab

(2)

(1)

Prerequisite: PTA 110. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 7511 A Kikillus P SC-159 W Kikillus P SC-156 F Kikillus P SC-156 WTh Kikillus P SC-159 F 7515 B Kikillus P SC-159 W Kikillus P SC-156 F Kikillus P SC-156 WTh Kikillus P SC-159 F

P E 201

9-9:50a

Prerequisite: PE 131 or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6847 A Blais R PE-106 MWF 7-7:50a 6851 B Behrbaum A PE-106 MWF 8-8:50a Jackson T PE-106 TTh 8-9:20a 6855 C 6859 D Jackson T PE-106 MWF 9-9:50a 6863 E Blais R PE-106 MWF 10-10:50a 6867 F Jackson T PE-106 MWF 11-11:50a Behrbaum A PE-106 MWF 1-1:50p 6871 G Jackson T PE-106 MWF 2-2:50p 6875 H 6879 U Behrbaum M PE-106 MWTh 5-5:50p

P E 236

Online Course P E 165

Advanced Karate

Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 6843 A Penor J PE-102

Posture And Movement

Prerequisite: H SCI 102. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 7519 A Van Wagner P SC-159 T Van Wagner P SC-144 Th Van Wagner P SC-159 Th 7523 B Van Wagner P SC-159 T Van Wagner P SC-144 Th Van Wagner P SC-159 Th

(6) 10a-12p 8-10a 1-3p 1-2p 10a-12p 10a-12p 8-10a 1-2p

(4) 10a-12p 8-10a 10-11a 10a-12p 1-3p 10-11a

Hybrid Course

WPTA 131

Survey Of Pathophys 2

(2)

Prerequisite: PTA 130. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/distance. Instructor’s e-mail: pvanwagner@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $7.00. (NR) 7527 DE Van Wagner P SC-159 Th 11a-12p

greenriver.edu Clinical Preparation

Prerequisite: PTA 110.Additional fee of $15.00. (NR) 7531 A Parry D SC-159 T Parry D SC-159 T 7535 B

(1) 8-9a 9-10a

Online Course

WPTA 253

Clinical Supervision 3

WPTA 279

Clinical Affiliation 3

(1)

Prerequisite: PTA 252 and concurrent enrollment in PTA 279 or 280. This is a pass/no credit course. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: dparry@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $35.00. (NR) 7543 DE Parry D ARR ARR ARR

(7)

Prerequisite: PTA 278 and concurrent enrollment in or completion of PTA 253. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 7547 A Parry D LC-225 ARR ARR

WPTA 280

Clinical Affiliation 4

(7)

Prerequisite: PTA 279 and concurrent enrollment in or completion of PTA 253. This is a pass/no credit course. Additional fee of $10.00. (NR) 7551 A Parry D LC-225 ARR ARR

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) 7287 A Bennie-G A SC-109 MTThF 8:30-10a Stubbs B Kent MWF 10:30a-12:30p 7303 KCA 7295 B SC-109 MTThF 1:30-3p 7299 C SC-109 MTThF 3-4:50p

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) 7304 A SC-120 MTWTh 9-10:20a 7307 B SC-120 MTThF 10:30-11:50a 7311 C SC-120 MTThF 12-1:20p 7315 D Davidson M SC-120 MWTh 4-5:50p 7319 U Davidson M SC-120 MW 6:30-9:30p 7323 V SC-120 TTh 6:30-9:30p

PHYS& 116

General Physics III wLab

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 and a grade of 2.0 or higher in PHYS& 114 and in MATH 097, 117T 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) 7339 KCA Stubbs B Kent MWF 8-10a 7335 A Narayanan A SC-120 MTThF 1:30-2:50p

PHYS 154

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) 7343 A SC-120 MTThF 10:30-11:50a

WPHYS 156

Physics For Life Sci 3

PHYS& 221

Engr Physics I With Lab

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 and a grade of 2.0 or higher in PHYS& 115 or PHYS 155 and in either 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) 7347 A Narayanan A SC-120 MTThF 1:30-2:50p

(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) 7351 A Battle A SC-120 MTThF 7:30-8:50a Teel C SC-117 MTWTh 4-5:30p 7355 B

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) 7359 A Battle 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) 7363 A Solomonson C SC-117 MTThF 7:30-8:50a 7367 B Battle A SC-117 MTThF 1:30-2:50p 7371 KCA Clay K Kent TTh 2-5p SC-117 TTh 6:30-9:30p 7375 U

WPHYS 225

Modern Physics

WPHYS 229

Electric/Magnetic Fields

(3)

Prerequisite: A grade of 2.0 or higher in PHYS 202 and MATH& 152; and at least concurrent enrollment in PHYS 203 and MATH& 153. Satisfies a natural science requirement for AA degree. 7383 A Narayanan A SC-120 MTTh 3-3:50p

(2)

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 and PHYS& 223. Satisfies a natural science requirement for AA degree. 7379 A Narayanan A SC-120 WF 3-3:50p

Political Science POLS& 101

Intro Political Science

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $2.00. (NR) 7399 A Jansen L SH-257 Daily 10-10:50a 7395 B Jansen L ZWC-104 Daily 11-11:50a

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) 7407 A Primiani F SS-8 Daily 10-10:50a 7411 B Primiani F SS-8 Daily 10-10:50a 7403 KCU Jarmon A Kent MW 6-8:20p

53

Credit classes

WPTA 151

Spring Credit Classes

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations

Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

W Class offered this quarter only POLS& 202

American Government

greenriver.edu (5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $1.00. (NR) 7419 A SC-101 Daily 11-11:50a 7415 B Salisbury B SH-257 MTWTh 1-2:05p

American Government

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/ elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: bsalisbury@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $36.00. (NR) 7423 DE Salisbury B ARR ARR ARR

POLS& 203

International Relations

(5)

Credit classes

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $1.00. (NR) 7427 A Salisbury B SH-257 Daily 12-12:50p

WPOLS& 204

Comparative Government

(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) 7431 A Jansen L SH-257 Daily 8-8:50a

Psychology PSYC& 100

General Psychology

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $1.00. (NR) 7443 A Wilturner C SH-357 Daily 8-8:50a 7447 B Wilturner C SH-357 Daily 9-9:50a 7473 KCA Kent Daily 9-9:50a 7451 C Marshall J SH-110 Daily 11-11:50a Marshall J SH-110 Daily 11-11:50a 7455 D 7467 E Malroy T SH-357 Daily 12-12:50p 7471 F Crawford J SH-357 Daily 2-2:50p 7475 U Crawford J SH-357 MW 4-6:20p 7479 V Jeffreys C SH-357 TTh 4:45-7:05p 7483 W Jeffreys C SH-357 TTh 7:15-9:35p

Online Course PSYC& 100

General Psychology

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/ elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: jmarshall@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $36.00. (NR) 7459 DE Marshall J ARR ARR ARR

Online Course PSYC& 180

Human Sexuality

(5)

Prerequisite: PSYC& 100 and eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: jmarshall@greenriver. edu. Additional fee of $36.00. (NR) 7495 DE Marshall J ARR ARR ARR

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. 7499 A Marshall J SH-357 Daily 10-10:50a

54

Abnormal Psychology

(5)

Prerequisite: PSYC& 100 and eligible for ENGL& 101; or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. 7503 A Wilturner C SS-8 Daily 11-11:50a 7507 B Wilturner C SS-8 Daily 11-11:50a

WPSYC 240

Online Course POLS& 202

PSYC& 220

Social Psychology

(5)

Prerequisite: PSYC& 100. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. 7439 A Crawford J SH-357 Daily 1-1:50p

Reading Online Course READ 0831

Reading Proficiency 1

(1)

This is a pass/no credit course. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: cperdue@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $7.00. (NR) 7555 DE Perdue C ARR ARR ARR

Online Course READ 0832

Reading Proficiency 2

(1)

This is a pass/no credit course. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: cperdue@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $7.00. (NR) 7559 DE Perdue C ARR ARR ARR

Online Course READ 0833

Reading Proficiency 3

(1)

This is a pass/no credit course. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: cperdue@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $7.00. (NR) 7563 DE Perdue C ARR ARR ARR

READ 084

Reading Essentials

(5)

Prerequisite: Appropriate placement score or instructor’s permission. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 7567 A Perdue C HSB-3 Daily 9-9:50a 7571 B Perdue C RLC-115 Daily 10-10:50a

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) 7583 A RLC-132 Daily 9-9:50a 7587 B RLC-132 Daily 10-10:50a 7603 KCA Kent TTh 10:30a-12:50p 7591 C Perdue C RLC-132 Daily 11-11:50a 7595 D RLC-115 Daily 12-12:50p 7599 E RLC-132 MWThF 12:30-1:35p 7607 U RLC-132 TTh 7-9:20p

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) 7631 A RLC-175 MWThF 12:30-1:35p 7639 KCU Johnson B Kent TTh 4-6:20p 7647 U RLC-132 MW 7-9:20p

Spring Credit Classes

greenriver.edu

Online Courses

Learning Community/Hybrid Course: Acting Out Culture

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. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: lvail@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 7643 LCA Vail L RLC-175 MTWTh 10-11:50a Must also register for ENGL 100 LCA, item #3611. 7645 LCB Vail L BI-15 MTWTh 1-2:50p Must also register for ENGL 100 LCB, item #3613.

Online Course READ 104

Reading Mastery

Hybrid Course

Reading Mastery

R EST 120

(5)

Prerequisite: Completion of READ 094 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or appropriate placement score; or instructor’s permission. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: hrosemond@greenriver. edu. Additional fee of $20.00. (NR) 7611 DEB Rosemond H RLC-132 TWThF 8-8:50a 7615 DEC Rosemond H RLC-118 TWThF 9-9:50a 7619 DED Rosemond H SH-155 TWThF 10-10:50a 7623 DEE Rosemond H RLC-118 TWThF 11-11:50a

Real Estate Real Estate Licensing Requirements – 3 Class Package-Online Washington State Department of Licensing requires 90 clock hours: Fundamentals 1, Fundamentals 2, and Sales Practices--register for item #7651. 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)

Real Estate Law

No tuition. Fee $179.00. 7657 DE

R EST 130

R EST 150

ARR

ARR

ARR

ARR

ARR

(3) ARR

Real Estate Prop Mgmt

This is a home-study course. No tuition. Fee $179.00. 7665 A ARR ARR

R EST 180

ARR

(3)

Real Estate Finance

No tuition. Fee $179.00. 7663 DE

R EST 170

ARR

(3)

Residential Appraisal

No tuition. Fee $179.00. 7659 DE

Office Administration

This is a home-study course. No tuition. Fee $179.00. 7667 A ARR ARR

ARR

(3) ARR

(3) ARR

Sociology

(5)

Prerequisite: Completion of READ 094 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or appropriate placement score; or instructor’s permission. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: hrosemond@greenriver. edu. Additional fee of $37.50. (NR) 7627 DEA Rosemond H ARR ARR ARR

READ 104

Call Continuing Education at ext. 2535 for more information.

SOC& 101

Intro To Sociology

(5)

Credit classes

The language of college may not be anyone’s native tongue, but it is often the language of power. More importantly, language is part of how we understand and perform our roles in our various cultures both in and beyond the academic classroom. This course will examine the ways that we know who we are in society and use that examination to satisfy the requirements for both English 100 (Introductory Composition) and Reading 104 (Reading Mastery).

See page 10 for key to class listings and locations

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $1.00. (NR) 7691 A Puri A SH-259 Daily 8-8:50a 7693 B Hull L SH-259 Daily 9-9:50a IVA-108 Daily 10-10:50a 7695 C 7697 D SH-259 MW 12-2:20p 7699 E Aldcroft J SH-259 TTh 12-2:20p 7707 U Keeton J SH-259 MW 5-7:20p

Online Course SOC& 101

Intro To Sociology

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 or instructor’s permission. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: lhull@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $36.00. (NR) 7703 DE Hull L ARR ARR ARR

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) 7675 A Aldcroft J SH-259 TTh 3-5:20p

WSOC 230

Sociology Of Death/Dying

(5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL& 101 or instructor’s permission. Satisfies a social science requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $1.00. (NR) 7683 A Hull L ZWC-107 MTWTh 11a-12:15p

Spanish SPAN 115

Hispanic Activities

(1)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100. Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. 7731 A SH-159 F 12-12:50p

55

Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

W Class offered this quarter only SPAN& 122

Spanish II

greenriver.edu (5)

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 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) 7739 A SH-255 Daily 8-8:50a 7743 B Fleites-Lear SH-150 Daily 9-9:50a Fleites-Lear SH-150 Daily 10-10:50a 7747 C 7751 D IVA-109 Daily 11-11:50a

SPAN& 123

Spanish III

(5)

Credit classes

Prerequisite: Eligible for ENGL 100 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) 7755 A SH-150 Daily 8-8:50a 7759 B Mommer E BI-13 Daily 9-9:50a Mommer E BI-13 Daily 11-11:50a 7763 C 7771 KCU Hanson D Kent TTh 4-6:20p 7767 EU Enumclaw MW 6:30-8:50p 7775 U SH-150 TTh 7:15-9:35p

WSPAN& 223

Spanish VI

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Prerequisite: A grade of 2.0 or higher in SPAN& 222 or equivalent with instructor’s permission; and eligible for ENGL 100. Satisfies a humanities/fine arts/English and the diversity course requirement for AA degree. Additional fee of $5.00. (NR) 7779 A Mommer E BI-13 Daily 10-10:50a

Hybrid Course College Survival

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Prerequisite: Eligible for READ 104 or instructor’s permission. This is a pass/no credit course. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail:hrosemond@greenriver.edu. Additional fee of $12.00. (NR) 7807 DEA Rosemond H SH-158 TTh 1-1:50p Class begins 04/02/13 and ends 05/02/13. 7811 DEB Rosemond H SH-158 TTh 1-1:50p Class begins 05/07/13 and ends 06/06/13.

TECH 100

Careers New Millennium

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Satisfies an activity requirement for AA degree. This is a pass/no credit course. Visit: www.greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: jmccauley@greenriver.edu. Mandatory meeting 04/18/13 in HSB-1 from 5:50-7p. Additional fee of $34.00. (NR) 7827 DE McCauley J ARR ARR ARR

Water/Wastewater Technology

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: www.wetrc.org.

Wastewater Technology Online Courses WWT 180

Wastewater Collection

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Visit: www.wetrc.org. Instructor’s e-mail: eshea@greenriver.edu. No tuition. Fee $449.00. 7985 DE Shea E ARR ARR ARR Class begins 05/10/13 and ends 06/14/13.

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WWT 188

Municipal WW Treatment 2

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College Success Strategy

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Prerequisite: Eligible for READ 104 or concurrent enrollment in READ 094. Students will be required to utilize the Internet and Web site as a means of communication. Seminars will be held on campus. Visit: www. greenriver.edu/elearning. Instructor’s e-mail: hrosemond@greenriver. edu. Additional fee of $17.50. (NR) 7823 DE Rosemond H RLC-128 TWThF 9-9:50a

Wastewater Laboratory

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Visit: www.wetrc.org. Instructor’s e-mail: eshea@greenriver.edu. No tuition. Fee $323.00. 7991 DE Shea E ARR ARR ARR Class begins 05/10/13 and ends 06/14/13.

Water Supply Technology Online Courses WST 180

Hybrid Course ST SK 110

Online Course

Visit: www.wetrc.org. Instructor’s e-mail: eshea@greenriver.edu. No tuition. Fee $449.00. 7987 DE Shea E ARR ARR ARR Class begins 04/01/13 and ends 05/03/13.

Study Skills ST SK 106

Technology

Water Distribution

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Visit: www.wetrc.org. Instructor’s e-mail: eshea@greenriver.edu. No tuition. Fee $449.00. 7973 DE Shea E ARR ARR ARR Class begins 05/10/13 and ends 06/14/13.

WST 186

Water Treatment 2

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Visit: www.wetrc.org. Instructor’s e-mail: eshea@greenriver.edu. No tuition. Fee $449.00. 7975 DE Shea E ARR ARR ARR Class begins 04/01/13 and ends 05/03/13.

WST 188

Water Laboratory

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Visit: www.wetrc.org. Instructor’s e-mail: eshea@greenriver.edu. No tuition. Fee $323.00. 7977 DE Shea E ARR ARR ARR Class begins 04/01/13 and ends 05/03/13.

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Pumps And Pumping System

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Visit: www.wetrc.org. Instructor’s e-mail: eshea@greenriver.edu. No tuition. Fee $449.00. 7979 DE Shea E ARR ARR ARR Class begins 05/10/13 and ends 06/14/13.

WTECH 187

Drawings And Manuals

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Visit: www.wetrc.org. Instructor’s e-mail: eshea@greenriver.edu. No tuition. Fee $449.00. 7981 DE Shea E ARR ARR ARR Class begins 04/01/13 and ends 05/03/13.

WTECH 188

W/Ww Electrical

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Visit: www.wetrc.org. Instructor’s e-mail: eshea@greenriver.edu. No tuition. Fee $449.00. 7983 DE Shea E ARR ARR ARR Class begins 04/01/13 and ends 05/03/13.

Welding WELD 103

Special Welding

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Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $12.00. (NR) 7831 A Schreiber S TID-47 Daily 7:30-11:30a

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Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $130.00. (NR) 7839 A Schreiber S TID-47 Daily 7:30-11:30a 7843 B Vesser E TID-47 Daily 1-5p 7847 C Fox C TID-47 F 4:30-10p Fox C TID-41 SaSu 7a-3p 7851 U Danielson A TID-47 T 5:30-10p This section is offered at 3 credits only. 7855 V Danielson A TID-47 Th 5:30-10p This section is offered at 3 credits only.

WELD 142

Intermediate Welding

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Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $130.00. (NR) 7859 A Schreiber S TID-47 Daily 7:30-11:30a Vesser E TID-47 Daily 1-5p 7863 B 7867 C Fox C TID-47 F 4:30-10p Fox C TID-41 SaSu 7a-3p 7871 U Danielson A TID-47 T 5:30-10p This section is offered at 3 credits only. 7875 V Danielson A TID-47 Th 5:30-10p This section is offered at 3 credits only.

Advanced Arc Welding

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Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $130.00. (NR) 7879 A Schreiber S TID-47 Daily 7:30-11:30a Vesser E TID-47 Daily 1-5p 7883 B Fox C TID-47 F 4:30-10p 7887 C Fox C TID-41 SaSu 7a-3p Danielson A TID-47 T 5:30-10p 7891 U This section is offered at 3 credits only. 7895 V Danielson A TID-47 Th 5:30-10p This section is offered at 3 credits only.

WELD 194

Special Weld Project 1

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Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $130.00. (NR) 7911 A Schreiber S TID-47 Daily 7:30-11:30a 7915 B Vesser E TID-47 Daily 1-5p Fox C TID-47 F 4:30-10p 7919 C TID-41 SaSu 7a-3p Fox C Danielson A TID-47 M 5:30-10p 7923 U This section is offered at 3 credits only. 7927 V Danielson A TID-47 W 5:30-10p This section is offered at 3 credits only.

WELD 195

Special Weld Project 2

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Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $130.00. (NR) 7931 A Schreiber S TID-47 Daily 7:30-11:30a 7935 B Vesser E TID-47 Daily 1-5p Fox C TID-47 F 4:30-10p 7939 C Fox C TID-41 SaSu 7a-3p 7943 U Danielson A TID-47 M 5:30-10p This section is offered at 3 credits only. 7947 V Danielson A TID-47 W 5:30-10p This section is offered at 3 credits only.

WELD 196

Special Weld Project 3

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Instructor’s permission required; see instructor for entry code. Additional fee of $130.00. (NR) 7951 A Schreiber S TID-47 Daily 7:30-11:30a 7955 B Vesser E TID-47 Daily 1-5p 7959 C Fox C TID-47 F 4:30-10p Fox C TID-41 SaSu 7a-3p 7963 U Danielson A TID-47 M 5:30-10p This section is offered at 3 credits only. 7967 V Danielson A TID-47 W 5:30-10p This section is offered at 3 credits only.

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Water Technology

Spring Credit Classes

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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 Community College allows GRCC 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. Contact ext. 2550 to receive your Co-op packet and schedule an orientation. Co-op’s popular 1-credit seminar is now online. For information about the online seminar, please visit the Co-op office in the Lindbloom Student Center (LC-225) or call ext. 2550. Note: Entry codes are available from the faculty advisor listed for each area of study. ITEM 0079 0083 0087 0587 0591 0595 1007 1099 1103 1107 1739 1743 2307 2311 2315 2611 2671 2675 2815 2935 2939 58

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Continuing Education Spring Classes SPRING 2013 Continuing Education Classes greenriver.edu/ce

Self-supporting classes. See page 10 for key.

Register now for spring quarter www.greenriver.edu/ce EDUCATION IS A LIFE-LONG PROCESS

BC 069 Working Smarter-Time Management

The non-credit classes listed in this section are for professional continuing education and personal enrichment. These are self-supporting courses, not supported by tax funds.

Continuing Education Classes There are five ways to register for Continuing Education classes: 1. Register and Pay Online. Go to www.greenriver.edu/ce 2. Phone. Call Continuing Education at ext. 2535. You must use a VISA or MasterCard for phone registration. 3. Mail. Send registration form (found on page 74) with payment to: Green River Community College, Attn: Continuing Education, 12401 SE 320th Street, Auburn, WA 98092-3622 4. Visit. Go to the Continuing Education Office on the Auburn Campus, the Kent Campus, or the Enumclaw Campus.

BC 0503 Résumés That Get Results Learn how to produce a résumé that will stand out from the rest. Topics include how to present clear and concise information, what should and should not be included on a résumé, how to select the best format, and printing options. Fee $49.00. CEUs: .3 Y438 KCU Voso L Kent-274 TTh 6:30-8p Class begins 05/07/13 and ends 05/09/13.

BC 019 Grant Writing Basics

Refund Policy for Continuing Education Non-credit Classes Class fees for Continuing Education classes are not refundable unless student cancels 24 business hours prior to the start of class. Full refunds will be made if the college cancels a class. Unless you’re notified otherwise, your registration is confirmed upon receipt of payment for class.

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. Increase your chances for grant writing success. Fee $75.00. CEUs: .6 Y142 A Mork-Obrien IVC-109 Sa 9a-12p Class begins 05/04/13 and ends 05/11/13.

BC 0706 Grammar Review And Business Writing 2 Class Series Register for the series and save $69! Workbooks provided. Fee $249.00. CEUs: 1.5 Y439 KCU Staples J Kent-321 TTh 6-9p Class begins 05/07/13 and ends 05/21/13.

Small Business classes are partially funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration.

Business & Professional Development

BC 0707 Grammar Review For Business Writers

Communication And Writing BC 0446 Communicating Between Generations Being aware of generational differences can help you anticipate miscommunications and tailor your message for maximum effect--whether you're applying for a job, pitching a new idea to your boss or leading a team. Take home practical tips from someone who has successfully coached hundreds of people to communicate effectively across generational gaps. Fee $49.00. CEUs: .2 Y429 KCU Voso L Cov City Hall W 6:30-8:30p Class begins 05/22/13 and ends 05/22/13. w

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Activate your potential as you discover the secrets to schmoozing! You can quickly build relationships, increase your business and personal contacts or simply be comfortable meeting new people. Be at ease when introducing yourself or starting conversations with total strangers. Relax as you charm new acquaintances with your small talk, and discover how to stylishly exit conversations. Fee $139.00. CEUs: .6 Y431 KCU Voso L Kent-320 Th 6-8p Class begins 04/18/13 and ends 05/02/13.

Achieve professional proficiency in your business writing. Review current grammar rules, sentence structure, usage, punctuation, style issues, and then reinforce this knowledge through class exercises and activities. This review will help you achieve professional proficiency whether you're writing creatively, personally, or on the job. Workbook included. Fee $139.00. CEUs: .6 Y440 KCU Staples J Kent-321 TTh 6-9p Class begins 05/07/13 and ends 05/09/13.

BC 0708 Improve Your Business Writing Gain confidence in your professional writing in an informative, hands-on learning environment. Whether writing reports, proposals, letters, email, or presentations, you will learn to define the message's purpose, analyze your audience, and structure the message for readability and quick comprehension. Learn to write results-oriented, clear, concise messages, and how to proofread and revise for clarity, conciseness, and correctness. Bring two non-confidential writing samples for instructor feedback. Workbook included. Fee $179.00. Y441 KCU Staples J Kent-321 TTh 6-9p Class begins 05/14/13 and ends 05/21/13.

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BE 0294 Effective Business Networking

Get highly practical tips on how to evaluate personal and organizational time-wasters, establish meaningful priorities, and deal with disruptions and unanticipated drains on your time. You'll learn to identify ways to focus on achievement and meaningful results while avoiding pitfalls and conflict. Fee $149.00. CEUs: .6 Y430 KCU Johnson S Cov City Hall W 6-9p Class begins 06/05/13 and ends 06/12/13.

Off of the Main Campus (see page 10)

WR 066 Email Etiquette

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BE 020 HR Generalist Certificate Program - 8 Classes Take the entire HR Generalist Certificate Program and save $227.00. Thirty-six clock hours toward PHR and SPHR recertification through the Human Resource Certification Institute. Fee $429.00. CEUs: 3.6 Y130 U Allore M Aub Center-110 TTh Class begins 04/16/13 and ends 05/23/13.

BE 0206 Introduction To HR/General Business Basics This class covers information an HR Generalist needs to know to align HR strategies with the company's bottom line. Fee $65.00. CEUs: .3 Y131 U Allore M Aub Center-110 T 6-9p Class begins 04/16/13 and ends 04/16/13.

The most important part of a web site is the content. Most readers come to your web site with a specific question or goal. Usually, web users are not online to read, but rather to search for or collect information. Learn how web writing differs from print writing. Learn strategies for writing, editing and formatting to create compelling web copy. Fee $99.00. CEUs: .4 Y443 KCU Staples J Kent-255 T 6-9p Class begins 06/04/13 and ends 6/04/13.

BE 0201 Federal And State Labor Laws

Finance And Accounting

BE 0202 Recruitment And Selection

BC 083 The ABC's Of Accounting Perfect for beginners--you'll learn the basics of T accounts, ledgers, basic business transaction analyses, generating financial statements and the complete accounting cycle. Hands-on with case studies, this course will give you information that works right away with a clear explanation of accounting principles. Textbook included. Fee $287.00. CEUs: 1.8 Y449 KCU Stebbins J Kent-321 MW 6-9p Class begins 04/29/13 and ends 05/15/13.

BC 0165 Understanding Budgets

Continuing Education

Harsh economic times challenge managers to be great leaders. You can be an effective member in the decision-making that can make or break your business. You will learn how to create a budget, analyze and compare budgets, create operating and manufacturing budgets, and devise an action plan to solve a problem identified during variance analysis. Course examples apply to all businesses. Workbook included. Fee $189.00. CEUs: .8 Y450 KCU Syverson D Kent-320 W 5:30-9p Class begins 06/05/13 and ends 06/12/13.

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Learn the process by which unions become recognized in the workplace and strategies for avoiding such action. This three-hour class will include a review of organizing campaigns, unfair labor practices, legal pitfalls, and best practices. Fee $55.00. CEUs: .3 Y144 U Allore M Aub Center-110 Th 6-9p Class begins 06/06/13 and ends 06/06/13.

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With over 100 laws affecting employers in such areas as hiring, termination, overtime, sexual harassment, etc., it makes legal compliance a critical task for HR departments. Review primary laws and steps to keep your company in compliance. Fee $99.00. CEUs: .6 Y132 U Allore M Aub Center-110 TTh 6-9p Class begins 04/18/13 and ends 04/23/13. Recruiting quality employees is always a challenge. Learn strategies for finding and interviewing to select the best person for the job, keeping the hiring process fair and legal, plus ideas for starting that new employee off right. Fee $99.00. CEUs: .6 Y133 U Allore M Aub Center-110 TTh 6-9p Class begins 04/25/13 and ends 04/30/13.

BE 0204 Compensation And Benefits Compensation and benefits programs are key factors in attracting and retaining good employees. Learn different types of compensation systems, compliance with the FLSA, exempt vs. non-exempt, and various types of benefits as part of a total compensation package. Fee $99.00. CEUs: .6 Y134 U Allore M Aub Center-110 TTh 6-9p Class begins 05/02/13 and ends 05/07/13.

BE 0203 Employee And Labor Relations Resolving employee complaints and keeping employees motivated are crucial to a business. Learn strategies for resolving issues in ways that benefit both the employee and the company, working in a union and nonunion environment, performance management, rightful discharge, and workplace violence. Fee $99.00. CEUs: .6 Y135 U Allore M Aub Center-110 TTh 6-9p Class begins 05/09/13 and ends 05/14/13.

BE 0205 Health, Safety And Security Learn how to provide a safe and healthy environment while meeting OSHA and WISHA requirements. Fee $65.00. CEUs: .3 Y136 U Allore M Aub Center-110 Th 6-9p Class begins 05/16/13 and ends 05/16/13.

BE 0207 Training And Development Determine when and what training is needed, and how to develop, deliver, and evaluate training programs. Fee $65.00. CEUs: .3 Y137 U Allore M Aub Center-110 T 6-9p Class begins 05/21/13 and ends 05/21/13.

BE 0208 HRIS And Payroll This class will cover information systems and record-keeping, along with the basic concepts of payroll. Fee $65.00. CEUs: .3 Y138 U Allore M Aub Center-110 Th 6-9p Class begins 05/23/13 and ends 05/23/13.

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Leadership And Supervision

Self-supporting classes. See page 10 for key.

BE 0833 Managing Workers At A Distance

It could be you! Learn how to overcome common leadership challenges and gain leadership excellence through effective communication. Develop effective leadership skills that will help you get around the challenges that prevent or inhibit women from advancing in their careers. Text included. Fee $169.00. CEUs: .75 Y428 KCU Voso L Kent-320 Th 6-8:30p Class begins 05/16/13 and ends 05/30/13.

BC 0083 What Great Managers Do: The First 100 Days Step forward and assume your new responsibilities with confidence! In this class you will learn the skills needed to conduct performance appraisals, monitor work processes, communicate effectively with team members, resolve conflicts, motivate your staff, avoid common management pitfalls, and serve as an advocate for your team within the wider corporate structure. Text included. Fee $89.00. CEUs: .4 Y432 KCU Johnson S Kent-321 MW 6-8p Class begins 04/22/13 and ends 04/24/13.

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Cyber security issues are all around us; get up to date on Cyber Security basics and fundamentals. Designed for non-technical managers, directors and others in the work place, you will learn threats and vulnerabilities, safeguards, common attacks, viruses, malware and spyware, disaster recovery planning, intrusion detection/prevention, and more. You will gain the knowledge needed to practice safer computing and safeguard your business and work information. Fee $245.00. CEUs: 1.6 Y504 KCA ARR ARR ARR Class begins 05/06/13 and ends 05/31/13.

BE 083 Leadership Development Certificate - 4 Class Series This four-class series provides you with the knowledge to bring a team together and lead them in a common direction. This program will take participants to the next level in personal performance by providing leadership skill development. May be taken as a series for a reduced rate (save $27) or individually. Fee $489.00. CEUs: 2.4 Y433 KCA Johnson S Kent-320 MW 6-9p Class begins 04/29/13 and ends 05/22/13.

BE 0831 Creating High Performance Teams Systems drive behavior. See how the relationships between people and the particular structure of your organization affects employee accomplishments. Evaluate various organizational structure models to learn which will work for your business. Pick up ideas you can put in place to create or manage your highly effective team! Topics include approaches to working across cultures, models of teamwork, and roles of leadership within organizations and teams. Fee $129.00. CEUs: .6 Y434 KCA Johnson S Kent-320 MW 6-9p Class begins 04/29/13 and ends 05/01/13.

BE 0832 Leadership For Top Productivity How can change impact organizational productivity? How can that impact be controlled? This session focuses on how leaders effectively guide organizational change by identifying factors which influence organizational success and productivity, defining roles and responsibilities in the context of the work in an organization, and setting achievable goals through the transition process. Fee $129.00. CEUs: .6 Y435 KCA Johnson S Kent-320 MW 6-9p Class begins 05/06/13 and ends 05/08/13.

Telecommuters, virtual employees, or out-of-town offices add new twists to leadership. Explore the benefits and drawbacks of managing multiple locations. Gain insight on effective communication across distances. Discover motivation, recognition, and feedback tactics that sustain productivity and achieve goals. Get tools that make the most of your face-to-face opportunities. Fee $129.00. CEUs: .6 Y436 KCA Johnson S Kent-320 MW 6-9p Class begins 05/13/13 and ends 05/15/13.

BE 0834 Win-Win Negotiation Skills Good negotiation is about finding common ground. There doesn't have to be a "loser" because both sides can get what they want in the end. Learn how to turn any negotiation into an honest dialog about the needs and wants of each party. This is done by asking the right questions and structuring the analysis so that each side can objectively value what they are giving and what they are getting. Fee $129.00. CEUs: .6 Y437 KCU Johnson S Kent-320 MW 6-9p Class begins 05/20/13 and ends 05/22/13.

Project Management BC 0153 Introduction To Project Management Want to learn how to effectively manage projects professionally and personally? This foundation course focuses on the vocabulary, methodology and best practices recognized by the Project Management Institute. Learn the skills to help you initiate, plan, execute, monitor, control, and formally close a project. Gain skills and insight to take your projects to the next level. Instructor is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP). Text required. Fee $349.00. CEUs: 2.4 Y444 KCU Highline CC T 5-9p Class begins 05/07/13 and ends 06/11/13.

BE 0157 Project Management For Small Business Learn to manage your projects with a planned, disciplined approach while balancing the needs of the project by learning and using the project management methodology. For the new or experienced project manager, this class will introduce you to the project management processes, tools, and techniques that can be scaled and adapted for your small projects. Fee $159.00. CEUs: .6 Y445 KCU Syverson D Kent-320 W 6-9p Class begins 05/08/13 and ends 05/15/13.

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BC 0154 Project Management Professional Exam Prep Designed to prepare students for the PMP exam, this course focuses on standards set by the Project Management Institute. Topics include project quality, scope, time, cost, human resources, communications, risk, procurement, and more. Meets PMI formal education requirement. Instructor is a certified PMP. Prerequisite: Bachelor's degree and 3 years project management experience or a secondary diploma and 5 years of project management experience. Text required. Fee $599.00. CEUs: 3.6 Y448 KCU Highline CC T 5-9p Class begins 04/16/13 and ends 06/11/13.

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BC 008 Who's The Woman In The Corner Office?

OLK 0049 Cyber Security For Managers

Continuing Education Spring Classes

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Small Business

BE 017 Time Management For Business Leaders 4 Class Series

BC 033 How To Start A Successful Business 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 Y151 U Burnett-Keener SH-258 Th 6-9p Class begins 05/23/13 and ends 06/13/13.

BC 037 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 Y152 U Burnett-Keener SH-258 Th 6-9p Class begins 05/23/13 and ends 05/23/13.

BC 034 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 Y153 U Burnett-Keener SH-258 Th 6-9p Class begins 05/30/13 and ends 05/30/13.

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BE 0171 Power Of A Completed Task And Goal Setting The foundation of time management and all success is task completion. Unfinished work piles up and creates all kinds of stress. It is important to set worthwhile and meaningful goals in the context of completing tasks. Fee $65.00. CEUs: .3 Y416 KCU Davis K Kent-324 Th 4-7p Class begins 04/25/13 and ends 04/25/13.

BE 0172 The 80/20 Approach To Setting Priorities Studies show that 20 percent of your effort creates 80 percent of your results. By recognizing and discerning activities that matter and make a difference, you can be more efficient in your goal accomplishment and free up hours of wasted time. Fee $65.00. CEUs: .3 Y417 KCU Davis K Kent-324 Th 4-7p Class begins 05/02/13 and ends 05/02/13.

BC 0173 The Fine Art Of Delegating/Finding The Right Time Management System For You

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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's advantage and utilize important benchmarks for maximizing your daily results. This class is crucial to your small business education. Fee $59.00. CEUs: .3 Y154 U Burnett-Keener SH-258 Th 6-9p Class begins 06/06/13 and ends 06/06/13.

Delegation is at the heart of the idea behind the book "The 4-hour Workweek" by Tim Ferriss. Learning how to say no, delegate, or outsource tasks when possible is a major time management skill. There are many time management systems available today. Discover which time management system works best for you. Fee $65.00. CEUs: .3 Y418 KCU Davis K Kent-324 Th 4-7p Class begins 05/09/13 and ends 05/09/13.

BC 035 Business Marketing

Now that you have the basic concepts, tools, and skills of time management, take it to the next level. Explore time management best practices and discover lessons learned from studies, authors, personal experience, and your peers. Fee $65.00. CEUs: .3 Y419 KCU Davis K Kent-324 Th 4-7p Class begins 05/16/13 and ends 05/16/13.

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 Y155 U Burnett-Keener SH-258 Th 6-9p Class begins 06/13/13 and ends 06/13/13.

BC 0117 Import Export Now!

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Now you can learn to be self-employed in the import and/or export of goods or services with this step-by-step, hands-on, nine-week course. Develop your product or service and find the best suppliers and customers. Learn to work with banks, currency, insurance, government agencies and other trade entities in order to conduct trade worldwide at the small business level. After this course, you may join a listserv of ex-students, so access to the instructor and peers never ends. Textbook required. Fee $95.00. CEUs: 1.8 Y427 KCA Spiers J ARR ARR ARR Class begins 04/17/13 and ends 06/12/13.

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Small Business Start-Up Orientation Includes how to obtain business licenses and what kind are needed; business application questions; available resources; how to write a business plan and why you need one; and what lenders look for in a loan application. No cost to attend but advance registration is required. Kent Campus (253) 520-6260

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What is the newest, latest, and greatest in social media marketing? How are companies taking advantage of this world-wide phenomenon? How can it benefit your company? Kirk Davis, Certified Business Advisor at Green River's SBAC, helps you take advantage of the social media marketing landscape. Enroll in the series for a $95 savings. Fee $295.00. CEUs: 1.8 Y408 KCU Davis K Cov City Hall W 4-7p Class begins 04/03/13 and ends 05/08/13.

BC 0131 Facebook Learn how to use Facebook business pages, personal pages, and Facebook ads to gain more market share and get an edge over your competitors. Discover the latest concepts and best practices of Facebook social media marketing. Fee $65.00. CEUs: .3 Y409 KCU Davis K Cov City Hall W 4-7p Class begins 04/03/13 and ends 04/03/13.

BC 0132 Pinterest Did you know that Pinterest drives more traffic to web sites and is responsible for more online sales than almost any other social media? Don't miss this opportunity to learn best practices and new ideas for taking your Pinterest marketing to the next level. Fee $65.00. CEUs: .3 Y410 KCU Davis K Cov City Hall W 4-7p Class begins 04/10/13 and ends 04/10/13.

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Take Courses Online! Our instructor-facilitated non-credit online courses are informative, fun, convenient, and highly interactive. Most classes run for six weeks. Courses are project-oriented and include lessons, quizzes, hands-on assignments, discussion areas, and more. Complete any of these courses from your home or office and at any time of the day or night!

Twitter continues to be an amazing way to meet people who can be influential to your business. Do you Twitter? Learn the newest ideas for incorporating Twitter into your marketing strategy. Fee $65.00. CEUs: .3 Y411 KCU Davis K Cov City Hall W 4-7p Class begins 04/17/13 and ends 04/17/13.

BC 0134 LinkedIn LinkedIn continues to be the number one way to find a job and conduct business-to-business networking and contacting. Discover the newest ideas and best practices of LinkedIn marketing. Fee $65.00. CEUs: .3 Y412 KCU Davis K Cov City Hall W 4-7p Class begins 05/01/13 and ends 05/01/13.

BC 0135 Google+ Did you know that the world's biggest search engine rewards social signals? Google+ continues to grow and to be influential in search engine marketing. Learn how to use Google+ social media to your advantage. Help your customers find you more easily. Fee $65.00. CEUs: .3 Y413 KCU Davis K Cov City Hall W 4-7p Class begins 05/08/13 and ends 05/08/13.

BC 0136 Social Bookmarking Learn the secrets of reaching your customers that use social sharing and bookmarking sites like Reddit, StumbleUpon, Delicious, Instagram, etc. Social bookmarking continues to grow in popularity and in reasons for us to use it for social media marketing. Fee $65.00. CEUs: .3 Y414 KCU Davis K Cov City Hall W 4-7p Class begins 05/15/13 and ends 05/15/13.

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Computers Computer Basics CO 0339 Computers For Beginners Series - 5 Classes

OLK 0046 Video Marketing Video is hypnotic and quickly speeds up the "know, like and trust" factor with your audience. Discover how to use simple online video to quickly bond with your viewer, drive traffic to your web site, boost business and build brand awareness. Find out how to shoot simple, effective videos without costly fancy equipment or savvy technical skills. Learn to dominate Google and YouTube with your video. Fee $245.00. CEUs: 1.6 Y498 KCA ARR ARR ARR Class begins 04/01/13 and ends 04/26/13.

OLK 0047 YouTube For Business Increase your business with YouTube, the online video site and the second largest search engine. Discover what types of video work best on YouTube, how other business organizations are using YouTube, how to create your own YouTube channel, and the techniques of adding captions, annotations and other extra features. You will learn proven strategies and techniques for making YouTube work successfully for your organization. Fee $245.00. CEUs: 1.6 Y499 KCA ARR ARR ARR Class begins 05/06/13 and ends 05/31/13.

Save $50 by taking the series. Fee $175.00. CEUs: 1.5 Y160 A Staff HL-148 Sa Class begins 04/20/13 and ends 05/18/13. Y452 KCA Roberson G Kent-255 TTh Class begins 04/16/13 and ends 04/30/13.

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CO 034 Understanding The Basics Of Your Computer

Getting a handle on your computer can make your work a whole lot easier! Learn the basic system components, what they do, and how they interact. Learn the meaning of terms like “gigabyte” and “RAM” and why it’s important to make sure you have enough of it! Fee $45.00. CEUs: .3 Y161 A Staff HL-148 Sa 9a-12p Class begins 04/20/13 and ends 04/20/13. Y453 KCA Roberson G Kent-255 T 9a-12p Class begins 04/16/13 and ends 04/16/13.

CO 0343 Introduction To Windows

Fee $595.00. Save $90 by taking the series. Y500 KCA Class begins 04/01/13 and ends 06/28/13.

Learn the basics of Windows 7 such as customizing your desktop, working within a windows environment, using the taskbar, and working with the Start Menu and its many options. Exploring the Control Panel and customizing your mouse will also be discussed. Fee $45.00. CEUs: .3 Y162 A Staff HL-148 Sa 9a-12p Class begins 04/27/13 and ends 04/27/13. Y454 KCA Roberson G Kent-255 Th 9a-12p Class begins 04/18/13 and ends 04/18/13.

OLK 0043 Mobile Marketing

CO 0345 Creating, Finding And Organizing Your Files

OLK 0042 Mobile Marketing Certificate - 3 Class Series

Online

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More than half of U.S. consumers who've made purchases on their smartphone have done so in response to a mobile marketing message. Find out about location-based marketing, mobile payments, QR codes, applications, and mobile coupons. You will learn how mobile marketing can increase your capabilities to retain current customers and gain new ones. Fee $195.00. CEUs: 1.6 Y501 KCA ARR ARR ARR Class begins 04/01/13 and ends 04/26/13.

OLK 004 Creating Cell Phone Apps For Your Business Cell phone apps are the latest way smart businesses are reaching their customers. This course will provide you with step-by-step instructions on how to build, deploy and market Smartphone applications across Android, iPhone and Blackberry platforms. The course is ideal for business owners and executives who want to understand how Smartphone apps can be inexpensively built, and also for technical users who want to understand how to quickly deploy Smartphone applications. Fee $245.00. CEUs: 1.6 Y502 KCA ARR ARR ARR Class begins 05/06/13 and ends 05/31/13.

OLK 0044 Advanced Mobile Marketing Get the knowledge needed to implement a mobile marketing plan for your organization. Topics include proximity marketing, mobile marketing metrics, and developing a mobile marketing campaign. Learn how to promote your app on the Web, build a landing page for your app, and advanced tracking of your application usage. You will take home a blueprint for creating guidelines and standards or your mobile marketing effort, and the ability to measure its success. Fee $245.00. CEUs: 1.6 Y503 KCA ARR ARR ARR Class begins 06/03/13 and ends 06/28/13.

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Once you start using a computer regularly, you will find out those documents and pictures need to be organized. Learn to create and save files and documents in different locations on your computer. Other topics include the different parts of a file name, how a computer "thinks", erasing files, and creating folders. Fee $45.00. CEUs: .3 Y163 A Staff HL-148 Sa 9a-12p Class begins 05/04/13 and ends 05/04/13. Y455 KCA Roberson G Kent-255 T 9a-12p Class begins 04/23/13 and ends 04/23/13.

CO 0347 Introduction To E-Mail

Learn to create your own e-mail, send and receive attachments like pictures and documents, create and manage an address book, plus tips on e-mail etiquette and outsmarting malicious spam. No e-mail account is necessary. Fee $45.00. CEUs: .3 Y164 A Staff HL-148 Sa 9a-12p Class begins 05/11/13 and ends 05/11/13. Y456 KCA Roberson G Kent-255 Th 9a-12p Class begins 04/25/13 and ends 04/25/13.

CO 0348 Introduction To The Internet: The World At Your Fingertips

The Internet is your gateway to a whole new world of information. Learn the basics of how to search for information, read the news, get directions, print a map, book a hotel or airline reservation, research medical issues, or shop for everything from cars to groceries. We will also discuss how to safely download information from the Internet and save it to your computer. Fee $45.00. CEUs: .3 Y165 A Staff HL-148 Sa 9a-12p Class begins 05/18/13 and ends 05/18/13. Y457 KCA Roberson G Kent-255 T 9a-12p Class begins 04/30/13 and ends 04/30/13.

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Computer Information Session: Make the right choice for you Are you wondering where to begin your computer training? Come to this FREE information session for an overview of our courses. We’ll help you determine which classes will best meet your needs. Computer class instructors will be available for one-on-one advising and guidance. Registration for future computer classes or series will be available. Y451 KCU Kent-255 W 6-7p Class begins 04/03/13 and ends 04/03/13.

Microsoft Office Applications CO 0525 Office 2010 Basic Skills Certificate - 5 Class Series Information is power! Complete this introductory certificate program and discover the value of using Microsoft Office 2010. You will learn to use Microsoft programs for word processing, presentations, e-mail, databases, and spreadsheets using Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Access and Excel. Texts included. Fee $499.00. CEUs: 3.5 Y458 KCA Multiple Kent-255 F 8a-4p Class begins 05/03/13 and ends 05/31/13.

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CO 0676 Designing Forms And Recording Macros In Word 2010 Transform the way you work as you find out how to design and build forms that can be created to be filled in online or as a printed document, as well as record macros to help automate common tasks. Prerequisite: Word 2010 Level 2 or equivalent experience. Text included. Fee $59.00. CEUs: .2 Y464 KCA Larson G Kent-255 W 8-10a Class begins 05/29/13 and ends 05/29/13.

CO 0591 Microsoft Excel 2010 - 3 Class Series Take our Excel 2010 series and unlock the potential of this powerful spreadsheet program. Thorough knowledge of Excel 2010 will make you more productive and valuable in today's business environment. Series includes Excel 2010 Levels 1, 2 and 3 at a savings of $78. Fee $369.00. CEUs: 2.1 Y469 KCU Larson G Kent-255 TTh 5:30-9p Class begins 04/16/13 and ends 05/02/13. Y465 KCA Multiple Kent-255 F 8a-4p Class begins 05/17/13 and ends 05/31/13.

CO 0601 Microsoft Excel 2010 Level 1

Series includes Microsoft Word 2010 Levels 1, 2 and 3 at a savings of $38. Fee $349.00. CEUs: 2.1 Y459 KCA Minnis J Kent-255 F 8a-4p Class begins 05/03/13 and ends 05/17/13.

Learn to create a basic worksheet, perform calculations, modify a worksheet, change the appearance of data within a worksheet, manage your workbooks, and print the content of a worksheet. Text included. Fee $149.00. CEUs: .7 Y470 KCU Larson G Kent-255 TTh 5:30-9p Class begins 04/16/13 and ends 04/18/13. Y466 KCA Urbas T Kent-255 F 8a-4p Class begins 05/17/13 and ends 05/17/13.

CO 0681 Microsoft Word 2010 Level 1

CO 0611 Microsoft Excel 2010 Level 2

CO 068 Microsoft Word 2010 - 3 Class Series

Learn to create, edit and enhance standard business or personal documents. Topics include editing, formatting, creating and modifying tables, controlling layout, proofreading, and more. Text included. Fee $129.00. CEUs: .7 Y460 KCA Minnis J Kent-255 F 8a-4p Class begins 05/03/13 and ends 05/03/13.

CO 0682 Microsoft Word 2010 Level 2 Learn how to manage lists, modify tables and charts, customize the formatting of a document using styles and themes, adjust pictures and create customized graphic elements in a document, insert content using Quick Parts, control text flow, use templates to automate document creation, use the mail merge function, and use macros to automate common tasks. Text included. Fee $129.00. CEUs: .7 Y461 KCA Minnis J Kent-287 F 8a-4p Class begins 05/10/13 and ends 05/10/13.

CO 0683 Microsoft Word 2010 Level 3 Learn how to use Word and other programs, collaborate and manage document versions, add reference marks and notes, simplify the use of long documents, secure a document, and create forms. Text included. Fee $129.00. CEUs: .7 Y462 KCA Minnis J Kent-287 F 8a-4p Class begins 05/17/13 and ends 05/17/13.

CO 0609 Managing Lengthy Documents In Word 2010 Are you working on a special project like a family cookbook, a manual at the office, or writing a book? Streamline your workload as you learn to effectively organize and manipulate those lengthy documents, use field codes, create outlines, build a table of contents and an index, and track changes online. Text included. Fee $89.00. CEUs: .4 Y463 KCA Larson G Kent-255 W 8a-12p Class begins 05/22/13 and ends 05/22/13.

Learn how to create advanced formulas, organize worksheet and table data using various techniques, create and modify charts, and analyze data using PivotTables, Slicers, and PivotCharts. You will be taught to insert and modify graphic objects in a worksheet, and how to customize and enhance workbooks. Prerequisite: Microsoft Excel Level 1 or equivalent experience. Text included. Fee $149.00. CEUs: .7 Y471 KCU Larson G Kent-255 TTh 5:30-9p Class begins 04/23/13 and ends 04/25/13. Y467 KCA Urbas T Kent-287 F 8a-4p Class begins 05/24/13 and ends 05/24/13.

CO 0612 Microsoft Excel 2010 Level 3 Find out how to enhance productivity and efficiency by streamlining the workflow. Learn to collaborate with other workbook users, audit worksheets, analyze data, work with multiple workbooks, import and export data, integrate Excel data with the web, and structure workbooks with XML. Prerequisite: Microsoft Excel Level 2 or equivalent experience. Text included. Fee $149.00. CEUs: .7 Y472 KCU Larson G Kent-255 TTh 5:30-9p Class begins 04/30/13 and ends 05/02/13. Y468 KCA Minnis J Kent-287 F 8a-4p Class begins 05/31/13 and ends 05/31/13.

CO 0607 Automating Tasks In Excel 2010 Do you do the same tasks over and over again in Excel? Simplify your workload as you automate those repetitive and complex tasks using macros. Pick up the skills you need to create and edit macros. Learn how to use interactive macros and how to assign macros to objects. Prerequisite: Strong intermediate level knowledge of Excel 2010, including experience working with functions and linking data. Text included. Fee $149.00. CEUs: .7 Y473 KCA Larson G Kent-255 W 8a-4p Class begins 06/05/13 and ends 06/05/13.

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CO 0605 Pivot Tables And Data Analysis With your intermediate-level knowledge of Excel 2010, including experience using functions and creating basic charts, you'll build on those skills to learn how to effectively analyze and report data with emphasis on managing data and using pivot tables. Text included. Fee $89.00. CEUs: .4 Y474 KCA Larson G Kent-255 W 8a-12p Class begins 06/12/13 and ends 06/12/13.

CO 0845 Intro To Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 Level 1. Get started with PowerPoint and learn to create a professional presentation. You'll learn how to format text on slides, add graphical objects to a presentation, modify objects on slides, add tables and charts to a presentation, and prepare to deliver a presentation. Text included. Fee $129.00. CEUs: .7 Y475 KCA Larson G Kent-255 F 8a-4p Class begins 05/24/13 and ends 05/24/13.

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CO 0853 Introduction To Microsoft Outlook 2010

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Unleash your ability within Outlook and be effective in composing and sending mail, responding to messages, and organizing email messages into folders. Make full use of the features in Outlook by learning to manage contacts and contact information, schedule appointments and meetings, and manage tasks and notes. Text included. Fee $139.00. CEUs: .7 Y477 KCA Larson G Kent-255 F 8a-4p Class begins 05/10/13 and ends 05/10/13.

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CO 087 Microsoft Access 2010 Series - 3 Classes Amplify your learning and be more productive in the workplace. You'll save $58 when you register for the Access series. Fee $389.00. CEUs: 2.1 Y479 KCA Urbas T Kent-255 F 8a-4p Class begins 05/31/13 and ends 06/14/13.

CO 0878 Microsoft Access 2010 Level 1 Learn to identify and work with the basic components of an Access database, build the structure of a database, manage data in tables, query a database, design forms and generate reports. Text included. Fee $149.00. CEUs: .7 Y480 KCA Urbas T Kent-255 F 8a-4p Class begins 05/31/13 and ends 05/31/13.

CO 0879 Microsoft Access 2010 Level 2 Enhance your database skills by learning to streamline data entry and maintain data integrity. Find out how to join tables, create flexible queries to display specified records, allow for user-determined query criteria, and modify data using queries. You'll also learn how to improve forms, customize reports and produce specific print layouts, and share data between Access and other applications. Fee $149.00. CEUs: .7 Y481 KCA Urbas T Kent-255 F 8a-4p Class begins 06/07/13 and ends 06/07/13.

CO 0882 Microsoft Access 2010 Level 3 Create dynamic reports with ease once you understand how to structure existing data, write advanced queries, simplify tasks with macros, create effective reports, and perform your own database maintenance. Prerequisite: Access Level 2 or equivalent experience. Text included. Fee $149.00. CEUs: .7 Y482 KCA Urbas T Kent-255 F 8a-4p Class begins 06/14/13 and ends 06/14/13.

QuickBooks CO 072 QuickBooks For Small Business Learn how to set up your small business accounting system and work with Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, and more. Students should know basic business practices and have Microsoft Windows proficiency. Fee $189.00. CEUs: 1.2 Y495 KCU Bagocius M Kent-255 TTh 6-9p Class begins 05/07/13 and ends 05/16/13.

CO 0721 Advanced QuickBooks For Small Business For QuickBooks users who need to learn to do payroll functions, calculate and record payroll and business taxes, run and modify important reports that track inventory, profits, cash flow, and much more! Fee $129.00. CEUs: .6 Y496 KCU Bagocius M Kent-255 TTh 6-9p Class begins 05/21/13 and ends 05/23/13.

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CO 038 Certificate In Web Production And Management: Beginning - 3 Class Series Take all three classes and earn a certificate showing you've mastered the fundamentals of web production. Whether you are a professional who needs to refine your skills and save time or you are seeking to upgrade your computer skills for a competitive edge in the job market, our certificate program will provide you with a solid foundation. Fee $649.00. CEUs: 2.7 Y486 KCU Minnis J Kent-255 MW 6-9p Class begins 04/08/13 and ends 05/06/13.

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CO 090 Certificate In Graphic Production: Beginning - 3 Class Series Take all three classes and receive a certificate showing you've mastered the fundamentals of graphic production. Whether you are a professional who needs to communicate more effectively with your graphic designer or you are seeking to upgrade your computer skills for a competitive edge in the job market, this course will provide you with a solid foundation in graphic production essentials. Fee $649.00. CEUs: 3.0 Y490 KCU Minnis J Kent-255 MW 6-9p Class begins 05/20/13 and ends 06/24/13.

CO 0901 Photoshop CS5.5 From The Beginning

Design, build, and upload a web site using Dreamweaver CS5.5. You will learn the fundamentals needed to advance to more complex Dreamweaver operations for enhancing the functionality of web sites. Fee $237.00. CEUs: .6 Y487 KCU Minnis J Kent-255 MW 6-9p Class begins 04/08/13 and ends 04/15/13.

In this introduction to Adobe Photoshop CS5.5 you'll learn the fundamentals of this powerful image editing program. This class will cover the basics of the menus, tools, palettes, resolution and graphics, working with selections, layers, enhancing images with paint and filters, image modes and color adjustments. Fee $237.00. CEUs: .9 Y492 KCU Minnis J Kent-255 MW 6-9p Class begins 05/20/13 and ends 05/29/13.

CO 0382 Adobe Fireworks CS5

CO 0903 Getting Started With Illustrator CS5

CO 0381 Dreamweaver CS5.5 From The Beginning

Learn the tools and features of Adobe Fireworks CS5 to create and edit vector bitmap graphics, apply interesting effects, add graphical text, optimize graphics, and export as HTML. Prerequisite: working with Web design applications to create graphics. Fee $237.00. CEUs: .6 Y488 KCU Minnis J Kent-255 MW 6-9p Class begins 04/17/13 and ends 04/22/13.

CO 0383 Adobe Flash CS5 Create web pages or components that contain text, graphics, and animation that will display correctly in almost every browser on most computing platforms. Prerequisite: Must be comfortable using browsers and have a basic understanding of HTML and design. Fee $237.00. CEUs: 1.2 Y489 KCU Minnis J Kent-255 MW 6-9p Class begins 04/24/13 and ends 05/06/13.

CO 0391 Adobe Dreamweaver CS5.5 Stepping It Up Learn the advanced features of Adobe Dreamweaver CS5.5 to design and develop professional-looking web sites. This course is designed for students who not only design and develop web pages in a WYSIWYG environment, but also have the ability to understand and work with the architecture and coding of web pages. Prerequisite: Dreamweaver CS5.5 From The Beginning or coding skills and equivalent knowledge. Textbook included. Fee $237.00. CEUs: .9 Y513 KCU Minnis J Kent-255 MW 6-9p Class begins 05/08/13 and ends 05/15/13.

CO 0163 Creating Web Sites With WordPress You found it, a simple way to create a web site: using WordPress, a free and easy to use content management system. In the past WordPress was used for blogging, now it is being used to build powerful web sites for multiple purposes. Get the skills you need to get your web site up and running using WordPress. Text included. Fee $135.00. CEUs: .9 Y485 KCA Minnis J Kent-255 F 9a-12p Class begins 04/12/13 and ends 04/26/13.

CO 0902 Photoshop CS5.5 Stepping It Up Continue your exploration of Photoshop as we work with retouching images and advanced layer techniques, and then go on to gain an understanding of vector paths, custom fills, and working with video files. Prerequisite: Photoshop CS5.5 From The Beginning or equivalent knowledge. Textbook included. Fee $237.00. CEUs: .9 Y491 KCA Minnis J Kent-255 Sa 9a-2p Class begins 06/01/13 and ends 06/08/13.

You don't need to be a professional artist to create beautiful graphics using Adobe Illustrator CS5. This class introduces the main tools of this vector program as well as time saving tricks for creating sharp and crisp artwork. Illustrator provides easy integration with other Adobe programs such as Flash, Photoshop and InDesign. Prerequisite: experience with editing text, saving and printing. Fee $237.00. CEUs: .9 Y493 KCU Minnis J Kent-255 MW 6-9p Class begins 06/03/13 and ends 06/10/13.

CO 0905 Getting Started With InDesign CS5 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 professional printing. Class uses the latest techniques for working with text and graphics to create multiple page layouts. Prerequisite: experience with Adobe is helpful. Fee $237.00. CEUs: 1.2 Y494 KCU Minnis J Kent-255 MW 6-9p Class begins 06/12/13 and ends 06/24/13.

CO 0248 Acrobat X Pro – Creating And Optimizing PDFs Learn to create, update and navigate through PDF documents, how to work with multiple documents at a time and search for specific content within the documents, as well as how to review, validate and optimize PDFs into other formats. Designed for students with little or no experience using Adobe Acrobat Pro but who need to create and share PDF files and portfolios. Prerequisite: Experience with the Windows operating system and Microsoft Office documents. Text included. Fee $149.00. CEUs: .7 Y483 KCA Minnis J Kent-274 F 8a-4p Class begins 05/24/13 and ends 05/24/13.

CO 0249 Acrobat X Pro – Customized Documents And Forms Learn to create PDF files from technical documents, enhance and customize the utility and accessibility of PDF documents, create interactive PDF forms for online use using Adobe LiveCycle Designer, and learn to prepare PDF documents for commercial printing. Designed for office professionals who want to employ the advanced productivity and creative features of Acrobat X Pro. Prerequisite: Adobe Acrobat X Pro: Level 1. Text included. Fee $149.00. CEUs: .7 Y484 KCA Minnis J Kent-274 F 8a-4p Class begins 06/07/13 and ends 06/07/13.

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Continuing Education Spring Classes

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This 90-hour Phlebotomy Technician Program prepares professionals to collect blood specimens from clients for the purpose of laboratory analysis. Students will become familiar with all aspects related to blood collection and develop comprehensive skills to perform venipunctures completely and safely. Classroom and lab work includes terminology, anatomy and physiology; blood collection procedures; specimen handson practice; and training in skills and techniques to perform puncture methods. Fee $1,599.00. Y380 A Staff Aub Center-110 Sa 9a-3:30p Class begins 04/20/13 and ends 08/03/13.

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 $59.00. Y506 KCB Smith S Kent-254 F 8a-3:30p Class begins 04/05/13 and ends 04/05/13. Y367 A Smith S ZWC-107 Sa 8a-3:30p Class begins 05/04/13 and ends 05/04/13. Y505 KCA Smith S Kent-254 F 8a-3:30p Class begins 05/17/13 and ends 05/17/13. Y369 B Smith S ZWC-107 Sa 8a-3:30p Class begins 06/01/13 and ends 06/01/13.

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This eight-hour course is designed to train operators for certification in sit-down counter-balanced forklift-trucks (light, medium and heavyduty). 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. Y372 A Levin E TID-47 Sa 8a-5p Class begins 04/20/13 and ends 04/20/13. Y375 B Levin E TID-47 Sa 8a-5p Class begins 06/01/13 and ends 06/01/13.

VC 0526 Forklift Operator Certification (Weekday Class) This 1-day course with Bottom Line Loss Control (BLLC) includes a classroom session, written test, operational training time, and one drive test on one of the following five types of forklifts: sit-down counter balance, stand-up, 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 (BLLC) available for $99. CEUs: .8 Fee $189.00. Y507 KCA NW Handling W 7a-3:30p Class begins 04/24/13 and ends 04/24/13. Y508 KCB NW Handling W 7a-3:30p Class begins 05/22/13 and ends 05/22/13.

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Vocational VC 042 Emergency Dispatch Services Does an exciting career as a 911 Call Taker or Dispatcher appeal to you? This 50-hour course introduces you to the basics and identifies what skills are necessary in your pursuit of this occupation. Learn about current technology and procedures in the 911 field, how to interview callers, make decisions, manage crisis, and prioritize job tasks while monitoring various calls and activities. Skills are transferable to other fields such as ambulance, taxi, and tow truck dispatch. For a brochure, call the CE office. Fee $599.00. CEUs: 5.0 Y384 U Carslay Y ZWC-105 TTh 6:30-9p Class begins 04/09/13 and ends 06/13/13.

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Creative Arts And Crafts AC 0265 Watercolor Painting Explore traditional and experimental watercolor techniques. Class will include discussion and evaluation of works in progress. Materials list provided upon registration. Class is designed for advanced beginners and intermediate students. Fee $99.00. CEUs: 1.4 Y120 U Masker J Cov City Hall M 6:30-8:30p Class begins 04/22/13 and ends 06/10/13.

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AC 0434 Secrets To Understanding 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 $125.00. CEUs: 1.4 Y125 U Manthey S SH-355 Th 6:30-8:50p Class begins 04/18/13 and ends 05/23/13.

AC 0435 Lightroom 4 And Photoshop: Bring Out The Best In Your Photographs

Learn the "Bob Ross Wet-on-Wet Technique速" as seen on the popular television series, "The Joy of Painting." Taught by instructor Pat Maxted, you will paint a different breathtakingly beautiful landscape each session. No experience required. Minimum age 14 (with a parent). A materials fee of $40 to be paid to the instructor on the first day of class. Fee $119.00. CEUs: 1.4 Y105 A Maxted P WT-16 Sa 8:30a-4p Class begins 04/20/13 and ends 04/27/13.

Lightroom is Adobe's image management and enhancement program designed specifically for photographers. Lightroom makes managing, enhancing and sharing your photographs easy and efficient. Learn how to organize, back up, manage, and enhance your images. Learn to integrate Lightroom and Photoshop or Elements. Includes an introduction to Photoshop. No prior experience with Lightroom is necessary; laptop computer recommended but not required. Free 30-day Lightroom trial available. Fee $99.00. CEUs: 1.0 Y126 A Manthey S ZWC-104 Sa 9a-2p Class begins 05/04/13 and ends 05/11/13.

AC 0273 Floral Oil Painting

AC 0436 The Art Of Photography: It's Not About The Camera

AC 0272 Landscape Oil Painting

Discover the joy of painting florals in oil using the "Bob Ross Wet-on-Wet Technique速." Pat Maxted, a Bob Ross Certified Floral Instructor, will teach you step-by-step how to create your own finished floral painting each session. Minimum age 14 (with a parent). A materials fee of $40 to be paid to the instructor on the first day of class. Fee $119.00. CEUs: 1.4 Y108 A Maxted P WT-16 Sa 8:30a-4p Class begins 05/11/13 and ends 05/18/13.

AC 0284 Drawing For Beginners Learn the basics of creating strong and 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 $99.00. CEUs: 1.2 Y110 U Parker C IVC-108 W 6:30-8:30p Class begins 04/24/13 and ends 05/29/13.

AC 0363 Introduction To Mosaics Introduce yourself to this beautiful and ancient art form with Mosaic artist Shelli Kufus. You'll learn the basics of creating a design, picking materials (tile, glass, beads, stones), the application process, and how to grout. This hands-on class will provide you with the skills you need to make unique accent pieces for your home or garden. Project selection will be discussed in a class and a materials list provided after registration. Fee $79.00. CEUs: .8 Y115 U Kufus S HSB-4 M 6:30-8:30p Class begins 04/15/13 and ends 05/06/13.

AC 0428 Secrets To Understanding Digital Photography 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. Using Adobe Lightroom (and obtaining a free 30-day trial) will be discussed in class. Fee $125.00. CEUs: 1.4 Y124 U Manthey S SH-355 T 6:30-8:50p Class begins 04/16/13 and ends 05/21/13.

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 $119.00. CEUs: 1.25 Y127 U Manthey S SH-355 W 6:30-9p Class begins 04/24/13 and ends 05/22/13.

AC 0834 Fused Glass Garden Art This lively 4-hour class is a fun way for students of all levels to try glass fusing. Create 2-3 garden inspired projects as you learn to cut, design, and fuse glass. Projects may include garden tiles, ornaments, or creating colorful glass elements to embellish new or existing garden art. Bring beads and charms, etc., to personalize finished products. All glass materials, tools, and supplies are provided in class. $125 material/firing fee per section paid to instructor. Classes held at Blue Dog Glass Art Studio. Fee $69.00. CEUs: .4 Y116 A Wendt D Blue Dog Glass Sa 9a-1p Class begins 04/13/13 and ends 04/13/13. Y118 B Wendt D Blue Dog Glass Sa 9a-1p Class begins 05/18/13 and ends 05/18/13.

AC 085 Introduction To The Art Of Metal Sculpture 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 $139.00. CEUs: .9 Y129 A Dent J TID-47 Sa 3-6p Class begins 05/04/13 and ends 05/18/13.

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AC 0907 Matting And Framing Basics

Create a professional-looking matted and framed piece of art or photography! In this hands-on class you will learn proper measuring techniques for cutting single and double mats, how to prep and mount your artwork, how to clean glass and enclose in a frame, and properly attach appropriate hanging hardware. A $3 supply fee paid to instructor on first night of class. Fee $55.00. CEUs: .4 Y122 U Iwasaki J ZWC-104 Th 6-8:30p Class begins 04/25/13 and ends 05/02/13.

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DA 0253 West Coast Swing Born on the West Coast! This smooth form of swing can be danced to almost any type of Blues, Rock & Roll, Country, Jazz, or contemporary music. Singles and couples welcome. Fee $55.00. CEUs: .5 Y190 U Imlay M LC Th 7:30-8:30p Class begins 05/02/13 and ends 05/30/13.

DA 0267 Nightclub 2-Step: The Basics

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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 $55.00. CEUs: .5 Y192 U Imlay M LC Th 8:30-9:30p Class begins 05/02/13 and ends 05/30/13.

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Zumba Gold allows the deconditioned exerciser and the active older adult to experience the same party atmosphere as regular Zumba while getting a great workout! It is also great for beginners and provides an opportunity for the student to learn the steps easier. Come to the party! Fee $75.00. CEUs: .8 Y194 U Caplan S OEB-9 M 6:15-7:15p Class begins 04/15/13 and ends 06/10/13.

DA 030 Zumba Dance/Fitness

Ditch the workout, join the party! Zumba is a fusion of Latin and International dance steps and rhythms that create a dynamic, exciting, and effective fitness system--and it's easy to do! The FUN routines feature aerobic/fitness interval training and resistance training to maximize caloric output, fat burning, total body toning, and provides long-term health benefits. Zumba is a "feel happy" workout that is great for both the body and mind. No dance experience needed. Fee $75.00. CEUs: .8 Y196 U Caplan S OEB-9 M 7:30-8:30p Class begins 04/15/13 and ends 06/10/13.

DA 035 Belly Dancing For Fun And Fitness, Beginning

This beautiful Middle Eastern dance is low-impact, weight-bearing exercise and suitable for all ages and body types. You will increase your flexibility, stamina, circulation, and balance as well as tone muscles while creating smooth, undulating movements. This class is a non-threatening, total body experience that everyone can benefit from and enjoy! Wear workout clothing. Fee $95.00. CEUs: 1.2 Y175 U Lindland F OEB-9 W 6:30-8p Class begins 04/17/13 and ends 06/05/13.

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GCS 0266 Cinco De Mayo Favorites

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Enjoy a festive evening with Chef Marcello as you explore delicious Mexican cuisine. You'll feast on authentic shredded tacos, braised chicken with chili peppers, and shrimp ceviche. He'll also demonstrate and prepare delicious salsa, picadillo, and the best rice and beans south of the border. Helpful tips and secrets will be divulged. Fee $42.00. CEUs: .25 Y210 U Baylor M Rainier MS-609 T 6:30-9p Class begins 04/30/13 and ends 04/30/13.

GCS 0279 Mothers Day Brunch Ideas!

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Learn how to prepare an impressive Mother's Day brunch on a limited budget. Chef Marcello Baylor will take you step-by-step through the preparation of chicken Marsala with wild mushrooms, hand-made seafood cakes, beef stroganoff over fresh egg pasta, potatoes O'Brien, fresh fruit, Belgian waffles, and more! Bring your appetite! Fee $42.00. CEUs: .25 Y212 U Baylor M Rainier MS-609 T 6:30-9p Class begins 05/07/13 and ends 05/07/13.

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Enjoy a flavor-filled evening as we embark on a trip through the Mediterranean region and feast on samples of traditional dishes such as Seafood Paella, homemade humus with fresh pita bread, chicken with a lemon and caper butter sauce, olive tapenades, and more! Fee $42.00. CEUs: .25 Y214 U Baylor M Rainier MS-609 T 6:30-9p Class begins 05/21/13 and ends 05/21/13.

GCS 051 Spring Floral Bouquets

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Spring is in the air! Learn to make beautiful, realistic-looking, sugar floral bouquets for your cake tops. Chef Lucinda will show you how to create and assemble colorful flowers such as daffodils, tulips, wild flowers, and pansies into lovely spring bouquets. Fee $49.00. CEUs: .3 Y218 U Larson L IVC-108 Th 6-9p Class begins 04/18/13 and ends 04/18/13.

GCS 0478 Life-Size Sugar Roses Learn how to create a life-size gumpaste rose (same confection as sweetheart candy). These life-like roses are not only real looking, but fairly easy to make and look beautiful on cakes or cupcakes for birthdays, weddings, showers, and other elegant celebrations. Bring 2 wash cloths, apron, and something to write with. Fee $49.00. CEUs: .3 Y216 U Larson L Cov City Hall W 6-9p Class begins 04/24/13 and ends 04/24/13.

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GCS 0923 An American Tradition: Pie Making Made Easy

HG 0502 Woodworking Tools And Machines 101

Who doesn't love pie? Instructor Kelly Maguire has over 20 years of experience at The Puyallup Fair in baking award-winning pies. She'll give you all the information, tips, and tricks you need to go home and make those perfect pies. Demonstration includes what tools and ingredients to use to make flakey crusts, two-crust pies, delicious fruit pies, cream pies, and more! Sampling included! Fee $42.00. CEUs: .25 Y200 U Maguire K Rainier MS-609 W 6:30-9p Class begins 05/08/13 and ends 05/08/13.

HG 0504 Deck Building 101

HE 041 HIV/AIDS Certification Students check out and independently watch four video tapes or DVDs with reference notebook. This program meets the HIV/AIDS education requirement mandated for certification by the Washington State Department of Health. Fee $59.00. CEUs: .7 Y235 A ARR ARR ARR

HE 060 First Aid And CPR Learn what to do while waiting for help during a medical emergency. Approved by the Washington State Department of Labor and Industry and the American Heart Association. Student handbooks and Automated External Defibrillator (AED) certification included; pediatric certification also available. Bring sack lunch. Fee $59.00. CEUs: .8 Y238 A Dennis D HSB-4 Sa 8:30a-4:30p Class begins 05/18/13 and ends 05/18/13.

Home And Garden HG 0226 Clutter Clearing: Organizing Space And Unleashing Your Energy

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Learn common framing methods for building a ground-level, flat wood deck and simple railing. In addition, you will learn building codes as it relates to decks and types of decking material currently available. Materials included. Fee $129.00. CEUs: .8 Y253 A Hoffman B TIA-14 Sa 8a-4:30p Class begins 05/18/13 and ends 05/18/13.

HG 0506 Home Maintenance 101 Learn how to repair common drywall dings, repair toilets and sinks, basic electricity (how it works) and other basic home maintenance repairs. Materials included. Fee $129.00. CEUs: .8 Y256 A Hoffman B TIA-14 Sa 8a-4:30p Class begins 06/08/13 and ends 06/08/13.

HG 0693 Basics Of Canning Jams And Jellies If you've never canned before because you think it's too complicated, this class will change your mind and your pantry forever! Instructor Vicki Reninger has 30 years experience and numerous Puyallup Fair "Grand Champion" awards. She will demonstrate how to make delicious fruit jams and jellies using the boiling water bath as well as freezer jam methods. Handouts and yummy sampling provided. Fee $42.00. CEUs: .25 Y222 U Reninger V Rainier MS-609 W 6:30-9p Class begins 06/05/13 and ends 06/05/13.

The effects of clutter on your life can be overwhelming! Clutter causes energy to stagnate and soon your life is "stuck" in many areas (not just in piles of stuff) and it surrounds you with unpleasant, heavy, tired feelings. In this class you will learn a simple system on how to get started, what supplies you'll need, how not to get overwhelmed by the task, how to continue to keep the space clear, and how uncluttering can actually free stuck energy. You will feel lighter in body, mind and spirit! Fee $29.00. CEUs: .3 Y267 A Barron J ZWC-107 Sa 10a-12p Class begins 05/18/13 and ends 05/18/13.

HG 0698 Drying Food (And Maximizing Your Nutrients)

HG 0333 Basic Pruning

HG 0696 Canning Under Pressure

Learn the basics of pruning so you can do it right. This course will teach reasons to prune, how pruning affects plant growth, and the influence it will have on flowering and fruiting. Learn the differences of pruning evergreens and deciduous trees, fruit and rose plants, and the tools of the trade. Fee $39.00. CEUs: .25 Y260 U Haywood A ZWC-104 W 6:30-9p Class begins 04/17/13 and ends 04/17/13.

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Harvest your own fruit! Learn the basics of fruit culture in the Pacific NW climate. Avoid the common frustration and disappointment of poor quality crops and unhealthy plants. Learn to properly plant and care for your trees, which varieties do best in our mild climate, and how to avoid or deal with common insects and diseases. Fee $39.00. CEUs: .25 Y262 U Haywood A ZWC-104 W 6:30-9p Class begins 04/24/13 and ends 04/24/13.

Drying food takes the water out of the food source. Because drying does not use extreme heat, it does not destroy as many of the nutrients as canning or cooking. Instructor Vicki Reninger will demonstrate and explain why we dry food, the process, the equipment used, how to dry meat, vegetables, fruits, herbs, and why we pasteurize after drying. If you have a garden or access to seasonal produce, then drying foods is an activity you should explore. Handouts and sampling provided. Fee $42.00. CEUs: .25 Y228 U Reninger V Rainier MS-609 W 6:30-9p Class begins 04/17/13 and ends 04/17/13. Pressure canning can be intimidating but it really is safe and simple. Instructor Vicki Reninger will explain why you might want to pressure can your foods, the equipment needed, correctly using your pressure canner, and demonstrate how to preserve your vegetables and meats. Discussion also includes the warnings of bacteria and yeasts, and how to identify spoiled products. Handouts and sampling included. Fee $42.00. CEUs: .25 Y226 U Reninger V Rainier MS-609 W 6:30-9p Class begins 05/01/13 and ends 05/01/13.

HG 0695 Pickling Foods 101 Pickling is one of the oldest known ways of preserving food and liquids. Vicki Reninger has won many awards in the "Preserved Foods" category at the Puyallup Fair and shares her knowledge about the art of pickling. She will demonstrate and explain why we pickle food, the equipment and ingredients used, and many tips and tricks, and do's and don'ts in pickling foods. Handouts and sampling included. Fee $42.00. CEUs: .25 Y224 U Reninger V Rainier MS-609 W 6:30-9p Class begins 05/15/13 and ends 05/15/13.

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Learn how to use various non-powered and powered hand tools as well as basic woodworking machinery. You'll leave class with a woodworking project you built yourself (to be determined in class). Materials included. Fee $129.00. CEUs: .8 Y250 A Hoffman B TIA-14 Sa 8a-4:30p Class begins 04/20/13 and ends 04/20/13.

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There's something magical about a sun-warmed tomato, just picked from the vine. Learn to capture this fresh flavor as the instructor demonstrates a step-by-step lesson in preparing and canning tomatoes. She'll provide you with the latest information on canning methods using boiling water and pressure canners as well as the processing method to safely can your fresh tomatoes. Fee $42.00. CEUs: .25 Y205 U Reninger V Rainier MS-609 W 6:30-9p Class begins 05/22/13 and ends 05/22/13.

HG 0699 Canning Tomato Salsa

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Canning allows you to enjoy the taste of fresh, homemade salsa year round. The instructor will demonstrate how to make this spicy sauce using boiling water canners. She will provide you with lots of up-to-date information on the process and why you need to add acids (and what kinds) to your recipes to safely can your salsa. Recipes included. Fee $42.00. CEUs: .25 Y206 U Reninger V Rainier MS-609 W 6:30-9p Class begins 06/12/13 and ends 06/12/13.

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Do you want to plan your own wedding, but don't know where to start? Join us for this two-week, hands-on workshop to learn all you need to know to plan the day of your dreams. From budgets to checklists to vendors and venues, we will discuss planning tips that will show you how to save money, save time, and create a wedding with every detail tailored to you. Familes and friends can attend for $45 each! Call CE at ext. 2535 to register for a discounted fee. Fee $59.00. CEUs: .5 Y297 U Simmons J ZWC-107 W 6:30-9p Class begins 05/01/13 and ends 05/08/13.

IN 0312 An Introduction To Voiceovers (Getting Started In Voice Acting)

In A Class By Itself

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 letter. You'll obtain the knowledge necessary to help you decide 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 Y280 U ZWC-107 Th 6-8p Class begins 04/18/13 and ends 04/18/13.

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IN 0371 Tea Discovery

Community Access Card To Holman Library

Provides one quarter of access privileges for Holman Library's computers containing Internet, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, databases and over 1,000 journals online. Register with Continuing Education. Fee $40.00. Y270 A ARR ARR ARR

IN 0154 SAT Preparation

Continuing Education

Be prepared! Your SAT scores are one important way colleges determine if you are a desirable applicant. Therefore, earning your best possible score will impact your college choices. This class will equip you with key testtaking strategies, provide you with an overview of test content areas and question types, and most importantly...help you design a personal study plan for the exam. Includes two practice tests and various study resources. Textbook required. Fee $79.00. CEUs: 1.05 Y273 U Butcher M SH-254 Th 4-5:45p Class begins 04/11/13 and ends 05/09/13.

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Process your own biodiesel at home! This 2-week classroom and hands-on course is taught by James Burke, who has been producing biodiesel for six years and volunteering his time establishing waste oil biodiesel conversion units in Jamaica and Africa. You will learn how to assemble, troubleshoot, and maintain a biodiesel manufacturing unit; manufacture biodiesel from waste vegetable oil (WVO) and explore how WVO biodiesel manufacturing can create self-sustaining communities worldwide. Fee $125.00. CEUs: 1.5 Y299 U Burke J WT-16 TTh 6-9p WT-16 Sa 9a-12p Class begins 05/28/13 and ends 06/08/13.

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Just in time for summer soirees, learn how to design and create fantastic events for your friends and family! This three-hour workshop will introduce you to organizational tips, decorating trends, and event resources to take your party hosting skills to the next level. Familes and friends can attend for $35 each! Call CE at ext. 2535 to register for a discounted fee. Fee $45.00. CEUs: .3 Y295 U Simmons J ZWC-107 W 6-9p Class begins 04/24/13 and ends 04/24/13.

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Enjoy this class with family and friends! Explore true tea--what it is, where it's grown, and how it's produced. Roberta Fuhr, a tea specialist, shares how tea becomes white, green, oolong, black and pu'erh. You'll have a full sensory experience (sample tasting and aroma) from the top five tea producing countries in Asia. In addition, you'll learn the best steeping time and temperature for these teas as well as the history, myths, and health claims. Minimum age 12-15 (with parent). Fee $35.00. CEUs: .2 Y290 U Fuhr R ZWC-104 T 6:30-8:30p Class begins 04/23/13 and ends 04/23/13. Y292 A Fuhr R ZWC-104 Sa 10a-12p Class begins 05/18/13 and ends 05/18/13.

IN 0474 Become A Mystery Shopper! Yes, there is such a thing as a free lunch! Companies hire people to make observations on their stores and employees. They need this information to train workers and improve customer service, and the result is that you get to earn money while you shop and eat! Learn who is hiring, what companies expect, how to write great evaluations, tax reporting, how to spot common scams, and how to get started. Basic Internet skills preferred. Resource book included. Fee $49.00. CEUs: .25 Y282 U Mooradian B ZWC-104 W 6:30-9:00p Class begins 05/15/13 and ends 05/15/13.

IN 0476 Is It A Real Work From Home Job Or A Scam? Supplement your income! Class focuses heavily on the marketing trick of scammers. Learn how to track emails, trace IP addresses and research companies, giving you confidence to recognize scammers from legitimate work. You will also 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: .25 Y284 U Mooradian B IVC-108 T 6:30-9:00p Class begins 04/30/13 and ends 04/30/13.

IN 0477 Audio Basics, Sound And Recording Learn the fundamentals of audio, live sound, and recording! Whether for use at churches, schools, entertainment venues, mixing your own recordings, or enjoying as a hobby, this hands-on class is for you! Taught by an experienced Audio Educator and System Technician, this class includes instruction on the signal path, audio board basics, microphone choices, cables and connectors, and much more! Fee $139.00. CEUs: 1.4 Y286 U Szczerba M IVA-108 T 7-9p Class begins 04/23/13 and ends 06/04/13.

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Language And Culture

Money Matters

The language courses listed below emphasize conversation but also include reading, writing, speaking and understanding the language. Courses are geared toward the adult student seeking control of a language for practical applications such as travel.

MM 0281 How To Be An Executor Of A Will

Fee $119.00. CEUs: 1.6 Y318 U Veremeykin I SH-250 Class begins 04/17/13 and ends 06/05/13.

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LC 049 Italian, Beginning Fee $119.00. CEUs: 1.6 Y314 U Rajic S SH-258 Class begins 04/17/13 and ends 06/05/13.

LC 040 Spanish, Beginning Fee $119.00. CEUs: 1.6 Y310 U Morris A SH-152 Class begins 04/08/13 and ends 06/03/13.

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Learn industry-specific language skills in a packed 16-hour Internet course that includes a downloadable vocabulary list. You'll have access for six months and will study vocabulary, basic grammar, and pronunciation with listening, reading, and visual exercises, plus quizzes to mark your progress. Pick from Banking, Food Service, Manufacturing, Construction, Health Care, Public Safety, Educators, Hospitality, Social Services, EMTs & Paramedics, HR, Warehouses, Firefighters, Law Enforcement, or General Workplace. Fee $129.00. CEUs: 1.6 Y511 KCA ARR ARR ARR

LC 0436 Spanish For The Workplace With Conversation Practice

Wills, Power Of Attorney, Health Care Directives, Appointing Guardians for your Children--what are these and why are they important to you? Not always pleasant things to think about, but 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. We'll also cover making changes, revocations, and more. Fee $35.00. Y325 U Farr M Aub Center-110 W 6:30-9p Class begins 04/17/13 and ends 04/17/13.

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MM 0287 Finding Meaning For Your Life

LC 041 Spanish, Continued Fee $119.00. CEUs: 1.6 Y320 U Morris A SH-259 Class begins 04/16/13 and ends 06/04/13.

MM 0282 Wills And Legal Documents We All Need

Online

Sharpen your conversation skills as you increase your industry-specific Spanish vocabulary with the help of your own personal tutor. After each lesson, you'll enjoy a 1-hour conversation with your Spanish speaking tutor via Skype. You'll have access to the class for one full year to study vocabulary, basic grammar, and pronunciation with listening, reading, and visual exercises. There are 16 occupations to choose from including healthcare, social service, banking and more; visit our website for a complete list. Fee $249.00. CEUs: 2.6 Y512 KCA ARR ARR ARR

LC 060 Sign Language, Beginning Introductory course in American Sign Language for application in everyday communication with hearing and speech impaired individuals. Fee $119.00. CEUs: 1.6 Y316 U Watanabe L ZWC-107 T 6:30-8:30p Class begins 04/16/13 and ends 06/04/13.

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What are your long term plans for life? Have you ever considered what kind of impact you would like to make on the world? Whether you're young and just starting life, or you're nearing retirement, this course is for you. We will explore options that will give you the greatest satisfaction and provide ideas for goal setting that will bring a sense of physical health, emotional security, and intellectual stimulation. Discover the ways to give your life meaning, no matter what your age. Fee $35.00. CEUs: .25 Y336 U Elfers R ZWC-107 Th 6:30-9p Class begins 05/09/13 and ends 05/09/13.

Music MU 031 Guitar, Beginning Develop guitar skills while learning songs you like. Beginning guitar students learn chords, strumming, finger-picking, and other basic skills. Fee $89.00. CEUs: 1.0 Y340 U Buser C IVC-108 M 6:30-7:30p Class begins 04/01/13 and ends 06/10/13.

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MU 0325 Singing For Life! Sing the songs you love! Not only does it feel good, it can enhance your well-being, reduce your feelings of pain and even prolong your life. This fun class is designed for those ages 60 and over but adults of all ages welcome. You'll learn about the health benefits of singing, breathing correctly, and exercises to help with voice changes as one matures. We will work on songs such as holiday favorites, hymns, music from the 40's, 50's & 60's, and musical hits. No singing experience required, all levels welcome. Fee $89.00. CEUs: 1.0 Y343 A Fulkerson D Wesley Homes T 1-2:15p Class begins 04/16/13 and ends 06/04/13.

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LC 030 Russian, Beginning

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 $35.00. CEUs: .25 Y327 U Gabrielson O ZWC-104 M 6:30-9p Class begins 05/13/13 and ends 05/13/13.

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Outdoors

OD 030 Wenatchee Whitewater Rafting

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OD 0712 Fly-Fishing For Trout In The Pacific Northwest

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Expand your horizons on Pacific NW trout fly-fishing. You'll get a season-by-season overview of the Northwest's hottest fly-fishing destinations (including information about local options) plus some lesser known "sleeper" spots. Class includes a resource notebook loaded with information such as hatch charts, list of the NW's hottest trout flies, lodging and camping destinations, guide referrals, and where and when to go. Instructor has 25 years experience guiding fly-fishing tours in the Northwest. Fee $39.00. CEUs: .2 Y357 U Fiskum J IVC-108 T 6:30-8:30p Class begins 04/23/13 and ends 04/23/13.

Roller coaster action and generally sunny weather make the Wenatchee River a favorite for river-runners. Skilled guides steer self-bailing rafts while you paddle. Neoprene wet suit/booties and buffet lunch included. Minimum age 10. Specific trip details provided after registration. Fee $75.00. CEUs: .45 Y350 A Reif L ARR Sa 1-5:30p Class begins 05/18/13 and ends 05/18/13. Y351 B Reif L ARR Su 11a-3:30p Class begins 05/19/13 and ends 05/19/13.

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WR 0407 Screenwriting Basics Get started on the right track! Designed for new screenwriters, this course will guide you from the conception of the idea through the necessary steps every good screenwriter takes when getting ready to write a screenplay. You'll learn how to develop three-dimensional characters, develop a story outline, and how to write a treatment from that story outline. Once you're equipped with these necessary tools, you're ready to turn your story into a screenplay! Class includes 10-page critique. Fee $89.00. CEUs: .75 Y387 A Lane W ZWC-105 Sa 9:30a-12p Class begins 05/04/13 and ends 05/18/13.

Continuing Education

Registration Form — Non-credit Classes Green River Community College Continuing Education

Five ways to register: 1. Register and Pay Online with Visa or MasterCard. www.greenriver.edu/ce 2. Phone Auburn (253) 833-9111 ext 2535

12401 SE 320th St., Auburn, WA 98092-3622

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Enumclaw Campus

greenriver.edu/ce Green River Community College Enumclaw Campus 1414 Griffin Avenue, Enumclaw, WA 98022 (253) 288-3400

CO 0339 Computers For Beginners - 5 Class Series

Office Hours: Mon–Thur 9 a.m.–8 p.m., closed Friday

Save $50 by taking the series. Register for Y715. Fee $175.00. CEUs: 1.5

Computers

GRCC Enumclaw Campus offers credit and non-credit classes.

CO 034 Understanding The Basics Of Your Computer

Business/Vocational BC 0083 What Great Managers Do: The First 100 Days

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Learn to manage your projects with a planned, disciplined approach while balancing the needs of the project by learning and using the project management methodology. For the new or experienced project manager this class will introduce you to the project management processes, tools, and techniques that can be scaled and adapted for your small projects. Fee $159.00. CEUs: .6 Y714 EU Syverson D Enumclaw-9 W 4-7p Class begins 04/24/13 and ends 05/01/13.

BC 0503 Résumés That Get Results Learn how to produce a résumé that will stand out from the rest. Topics include how to present clear and concise information, what should and should not be included on a résumé, how to select the best format, and printing options. Fee $49.00. CEUs: .3 Y710 EA Voso L Enumclaw-14 Sa 9a-12p Class begins 05/04/13 and ends 05/04/13.

VC 0328 Barista Training Discover the efficiency and skills required to prepare a variety of espresso and specialty beverages--and become a first class barista! Learn to make the best espresso shots, velvety foam, flavoring techniques, grinder mastery, final presentation, and ensure a consistency in your product. Course topics will include: coffee history, bean varieties, brewing variables, espresso extraction, dairy products, recipe varieties, presentation, and equipment maintenance and cleaning. Fee $89.00. CEUs: .3 Y780 EU Alexander C Enumclaw-15 Th 6-9p Class begins 05/09/13 and ends 05/09/13.

Getting a handle on your computer can make your work a whole lot easier! Learn about basic system components like the hard drive and your mouse, what they do, and how they interact. Learn the meaning of terms like "gigabyte" and understand what "ram" is and why it's important to make sure you have enough of it! Fee $45.00. CEUs: .3 Y716 EA Roberson G Enumclaw-13 M 9a-12p Class begins 04/29/13 and ends 04/29/13.

CO 0343 Introduction To Windows Learn the basics of Windows 7 such as customizing your desktop, working within a windows environment, using the taskbar, and working with the Start Menu and its many options. Exploring the Control Panel and customizing your mouse will also be discussed. Fee $45.00. CEUs: .3 Y717 EA Roberson G Enumclaw-13 W 9a-12p Class begins 05/01/13 and ends 05/01/13.

CO 0345 Creating Finding And Organizing Your Files Once you start using a computer regularly, you will find out those documents and pictures need to be organized. Learn to create and save files and documents in different locations on your computer. Other topics include the different parts of a file name and what they mean, how a computer "thinks" when it comes to storing data, what really happens when a file is "erased," how to create a folder, and much more! Fee $45.00. CEUs: .3 Y718 EA Roberson G Enumclaw-13 M 9a-12p Class begins 05/06/13 and ends 05/06/13.

CO 0347 Introduction To E-Mail Learn to create your own e-mail, send and receive attachments like pictures and documents, create and manage an address book, plus tips on e-mail etiquette and outsmarting malicious spam. No e-mail account is necessary and interested students can sign up for their own free e-mail account during class. Fee $45.00. CEUs: .3 Y719 EA Roberson G Enumclaw-13 W 9a-12p Class begins 05/08/13 and ends 05/08/13.

CO 0348 Introduction To The Internet: The World At Your Fingertips The Internet is your gateway to a whole new world of information. Learn the basics of how to search for information, read the news, get directions, print a map, book a hotel or airline reservation, research medical issues, or shop for everything from cars to groceries. We will also discuss how to safely download information from the Internet and save it to your computer. Fee $45.00. CEUs: .3 Y720 EA Roberson G Enumclaw-13 M 9a-12p Class begins 05/13/13 and ends 05/13/13.

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 $59.00. Y781 EA Smith S Enumclaw-16 W 8a-3:30p Class begins 04/17/13 and ends 04/17/13. Y783 EB Smith S Enumclaw-16 W 8a-3:30p Class begins 06/12/13 and ends 06/12/13.

REGISTER NOW! Some classes fill quickly and other classes with insufficient enrollment may be cancelled. Register early to get the class you want!

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Enumclaw Campus

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.

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CO 018 iPad - 2 Class Series

CO 0609 Managing Lengthy Documents In Word

Take both classes and save $20. Register for Y726. Fee $58.00. CEUs: .4

Are you working on a special project like a family cookbook, a manual at the office, or writing a book? Streamline your workload as you learn to effectively organize and manipulate those lengthy documents, use field codes, create outlines, build a table of contents and an index, and track changes online. Text included. Fee $89.00. CEUs: .4 Y730 EA Larson G Enumclaw-13 Th 8:30a-12:30p Class begins 06/06/13 and ends 06/06/13.

CO 0186 iPad For Beginners Bring your iPad to this 2-hour introduction workshop that will provide hands-on training. Class will include maneuvering around your iPad, using the various buttons, switches, and gestures, working on the keyboard effectively, and using the primary Apple apps loaded on your iPad, The class will examine the settings panel within the iPad, make adjustments, and make the iPad work for you. Please know your Apple ID and your password, which should already be assigned to you through your iPad purchase. Fee $39.00. CEUs: .2 Y727 EA Roberson G Enumclaw-13 W 6-8p Class begins 04/17/13 and ends 04/17/13.

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This class will move quickly into learning the various options that are located within the Apple apps that come loaded on your iPad. Learn how to organize your apps, organize apps within folders, and add apps to your Dock. Learn to configure your iPad through the Settings app, purchase a free book, and create your own app. Each of these skills requires basic computer background. Please bring your iPad, Apple ID and your password, which should already be assigned to you through your iPad purchase. Fee $39.00. CEUs: .2 Y728 EU Roberson G Enumclaw-13 W 6-8p Class begins 04/24/13 and ends 04/24/13.

CO 0202 Facebook 101 Interested in learning more about one of the most popular social networking sites? 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 $35.00. CEUs: .2 Y724 EU Mcintosh D Enumclaw-13 W 7-9p Class begins 05/15/13 and ends 05/15/13.

CO 0417 Mastering Mail Merge Take advantage of the mail merge capabilities of Microsoft Word 2010! Learn to create labels, letters, e-mails, and envelopes in a fraction of the time it usually takes. Use the data you already have in your Outlook address book, Access databases, or Excel spreadsheets and start saving time today. Text included. Fee $89.00. CEUs: .4 Y732 EA Larson G Enumclaw-13 Th 8:30a-12:30p Class begins 05/23/13 and ends 05/23/13.

CO 0601 Microsoft Excel 2010 Level 1

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Introduction to spreadsheets using Excel 2010. learn to create a basic worksheet, perform calculations, modify a worksheet, change the appearance of data within a worksheet, manage your workbooks, and print the content of a worksheet. Text included. Fee $149.00. CEUs: .7 Y733 EA Minnis J Enumclaw-13 Th 8a-4p Class begins 05/30/13 and ends 05/30/13.

CO 0602 Excel Charts And Graphs Get the skills required to create effective and accurate charts. Intended for those already comfortable with using Excel 2010, participants will create various types of charts and apply elements and formats. Chart templates and SmartArt graphics will be covered. Text included. Fee $89.00. CEUs: .4 Y722 EA Larson G Enumclaw-13 Th 8:30a-12:30p Class begins 06/13/13 and ends 06/13/13.

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CO 068 Microsoft Word 2010 Level 1 Learn to create, edit and enhance standard business or personal documents. Topics include editing, formatting, creating and modifying tables, controlling layout, proofreading, and more. Text included. Fee $129.00. CEUs: .7 Y735 EA Minnis J Enumclaw-13 Th 8a-4p Class begins 05/16/13 and ends 05/16/13.

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In this introduction to Adobe Photoshop CS5.5 you'll learn the fundamentals of this powerful image editing program. This class will cover the basics of the menus, tools, palettes, resolution and graphics, working with selections, layers, enhancing images with paint and filters, image modes and color adjustments. Fee $237.00. CEUs: .9 Y738 EA Minnis J Enumclaw-13 Sa 9a-1:30p Class begins 05/04/13 and ends 05/11/13.

Lifelong Learning Creative Arts And Crafts AC 0244 Woven Treasure Bags-Painting With Yarn

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You don't need a big loom to make a stunning treasure! Learn to weave a variety of brilliant colors and textures yarns and make a beautiful woven bag on a mini card weaving loom. These bags are the perfect size for a cell phone, camera or other small items. Materials fee of $5 payable to instructor night of class and includes cardboard loom, needle and assorted yarn for one bag. Fee $39.00. CEUs: .4 Y708 EU Wallace M Enumclaw-19 T 6:30-8:30p Class begins 04/30/13 and ends 05/07/13.

AC 0306 Drawing Basics The most commonly used and the most expressive mark in communication is the line. Learn 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. Materials list provided upon registration. Fee $99.00. CEUs: 1.4 Y702 EA Lynest E Enumclaw-9 T 10a-12p Class begins 04/09/13 and ends 05/21/13.

AC 0315 Rag Rugs Recycle sheets or cotton fabrics into fun machine-washable reversible rugs. Learn this quick and easy method to make this Early American replica braided rug. There is no sewing and it's fun. Great for gifts or home decor. Smaller ones can be used for trivets, place mats, coasters or chair pads. Materials fee of $10 payable to instructor night of class will include special needle and fabric (about 16 yards) for a 24 x 42 inch oval rug. Fee $49.00. CEUs: .6 Y701 EU Parrott M Enumclaw-4 Th 6-9p Class begins 04/04/13 and ends 04/11/13.

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AC 0428 Secrets To Understanding Digital Photography

DA 0338 Cha Cha Dancing

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. Using Adobe Lightroom (and obtaining a free 30-day trial) will be discussed in class. Fee $125.00. CEUs: 1.4 Y703 EU Young R Enumclaw-4 T 6:30-8:50p Class begins 04/09/13 and ends 05/14/13.

Cha Cha is an exciting syncopated, fast latin dance. Characterized by its distinct triple-step foot rhythm, this latin dance is a favorite among many dancers and can be danced to some of today's Top 40 music. Singles and couples welcome. Fee $55.00. CEUs: .5 Y742 EU Parsons C Thunder MS W 8-9p Class begins 05/01/13 and ends 05/29/13.

GCS 0479 Lovely Springtime Cookies

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 $125.00. CEUs: 1.4 Y705 EU Young R Enumclaw-16 W 6:30-8:50p Class begins 04/10/13 and ends 05/15/13.

AC 0436 The Art Of Photography: It's Not About The Camera 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 $199.00. CEUs: 1.25 Y707 EU Young R Enumclaw-9 M 6:30-9p Class begins 05/13/13 and ends 06/17/13.

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This class will provides you with knowledge of how light works, including the opportunity to work with studio lighting equipment, backdrops and models to produce fantastic and impactful portraits. Practice with professional lighting equipment and gain a solid understanding of how light works. Topics include: studio/location considerations, backdrops, lighting equipment, modifiers and triggering devices, exposure and basic lighting methods. Class will include 2 hours of instruction and 3 hours of hands-on work. Fee $99.00. CEUs: .5 Enumclaw-14 Sa 9a-2p Y700 EU Young R Class begins 04/27/13 and ends 04/27/13

Dance DA 0343 Dance Techniques Learn basic, simple patterns that can be done with a partner but will be taught without using a partner. Class will cover basic Cha Cha, Nightclub 2-Step, East Coast Swing, as well as teach pivot turns, chaine' turns and other patterns that are used in several of the dances being taught. Whether you're a lead or a follow, this is a great way to practice the basics to a variety of music types that will help you to be a better dancer with that favorite partner! Fee $55.00. CEUs: .5 Y740 EU Parsons C Thunder MS W 6-7p Class begins 05/01/13 and ends 05/29/13.

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Learn how to decorate colorful cookies with a springtime theme. Topics include how to make and bake the cookies, and how to decorate them using fondant, buttercream icing, royal icing, and other fun tricks. Each student takes home decorated cookies. Materials, tools, and handouts provided. Bring two wash cloths, apron, small box to take cookies home in, and something to write with. Fee $45.00. CEUs: .25 Y745 EU Larson L Enumclaw-19 W 6:30-9p Class begins 05/08/13 and ends 05/08/13.

Health HE 041 HIV/AIDS Certification Students check out and independently watch four video tapes or DVDs with reference notebook. This program meets the HIV/AIDS education requirement mandated for certification by the Washington State Department of Health. Fee $59.00. CEUs: .7 Y747 EA ARR ARR ARR

Home And Garden HG 0226 Clutter Clearing: Organizing Space And Unleashing Your Energy The effects of clutter on your life can be overwhelming! Clutter causes energy to stagnate and soon your life is "stuck" in many areas (not just in piles of stuff) and it surrounds you with unpleasant, heavy, tired feelings. In this class you will learn a simple system on how to get started, what supplies you'll need, how not to get overwhelmed by the task, how to continue to keep the space clear, and how uncluttering can actually free stuck energy. You will feel lighter in body, mind and spirit! Fee $45.00. CEUs: .3 Y749 EU Barron J Enumclaw-14 W 6-9p Class begins 04/17/13 and ends 04/17/13.

HG 042 Introduction To Floral Design Learn a variety of floral design skills and techniques including the care and handling of flowers, flower varieties and the fundamental concepts of floral arrangement and styles. Create and take home an arrangement each class session. Gain a basic foundation for your personal use or for entry level employment in the floral industry. A $100 materials fee is payable to instructor the first night of class. Bring clippers to class. Fee $89.00. CEUs: .75 Y750 EU Dubsky S ARR W 7-8:30p Class begins 04/17/13 and ends 05/15/13.

DA 031 The Elegant Waltz Waltz is a smooth dance characterized by long, flowing movements, continuous turns, and rise and fall. Graceful and elegant, you will quickly learn to glide around the floor. Waltz music is played at almost all dance events and is ideal for weddings and cruises. Singles and couples welcome. Fee $55.00. CEUs: .5 Y741 EU Parsons C Thunder MS W 7-8p Class begins 05/01/13 and ends 05/29/13.

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AC 0434 Secrets To Understanding Digital Photography: Level 2

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What is the best online market for selling your items? Learn what things sell best on sites like eBay, Craigslist, Etsy, Amazon, etc. and the pro's and con's of each site. Learn how to open an account, create and post desirable listings, how to accept online payments (i.e. PayPal), etc. Fee $45.00. CEUs: .3 Y752 EU Mcintosh D Enumclaw-13 W 6-9p Class begins 05/22/13 and ends 05/22/13.

N Interested in becoming a songwriter? Come join singer/songwriter Kathye Long for this one day workshop that will provide you with simple tools and ideas to help you create new songs, (or polish some old songs). Topics covered will include listening to your muse, and finding magic in self-expression. Class will include songwriting exercises, song sharing, listening, and more. Come explore the creativity of songwriting in a warm, friendly environment! Fee $69.00. CEUs: .3 Y760 EA Long K Enumclaw-9 Sa 10a-1p Class begins 05/04/13 and ends 05/04/13.

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For outdoor trips, cancellations are required 48 hours prior to the first day of class. Call (253) 833-9111, ext 2535.

IN 0188 Selling Your Stuff Online

Sign Language, Beginning

Introductory course in American Sign Language for application in everyday communication with hearing and speech impaired individuals. Fee $119.00. CEUs: 1.6 Y754 EU Seymour C Enumclaw-4 Th 6:30-8:30p Class begins 04/11/13 and ends 05/30/13.

Money Matters MM 0218 How To Be An Executor Of A Will 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 $35.00. CEUs: .25 Y756 EU Gabrielson O Enumclaw-4 M 6:30-9p Class begins 04/08/13 and ends 04/08/13.

MM 0282 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? Not always pleasant things to think about, but 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. We'll also cover making changes, revocations, and more. Fee $35.00. Y758 EU Farr M Enumclaw-4 W 6:30-9p Class begins 05/08/13 and ends 05/08/13.

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Ukuleles are a fairly simple instrument to learn to play. The class will provide students with the basic knowledge and skills needed to enjoy playing the ukulele at the beginning level. Class will cover how to tune, how to hold and strum a ukulele and basic chords that are used in most songs. Instructor has 15 years of teaching the ukulele in Hawaii and can provide information on locating/purchasing a reasonable ukulele. Fee $89.00. CEUs: .9 Y762 EU Bennett K Thunder MS-402 T 7-8p Class begins 04/09/13 and ends 06/04/13.

OD 0625 Intro To Fly-Casting Learning to cast well is the foundation for successful fly-fishing. Learn and practice the mechanics of fly-casting in this 2 session crash course. Class will be held at Nolte State Park. Loaner rods are available from instructor (please reserve in advance at 425-495-9945). Fee $79.00. CEUs: .4 Y772 EA Fiskum J ARR SaSu 8-10a Class begins 05/04/13 and ends 05/05/13.

OD 071 Fly-Fishing For Trout - Techniques And Tactics Get a good foundation for all your future fly-fishing with this 3-session, hands-on class. Session 1 (classroom) will cover tackle, equipment, knots and flies. Session 2 at Nolte State Park introduces you to fly-casting. Session 3 at Rattlesnake Lake includes a second session of fly-casting and then fishing for rainbow trout. Class includes use of rods, reels, lines, and information about where, when and how to fly-fish in the Pacific Northwest. Fee $119.00. CEUs: .8 Y770 EU Fiskum J Enumclaw-4 T 6:30-8:30p Session 2 - 05/21/13 Nolte State Park T 6-8p Session 3 - 05/25/13 Rattlesnake Lake Sa 7-11a Class begins 5/14/13 and ends 5/25/13.

Writing WR 050 Writing Family History

Documenting your personal stories or those of your family are likely to be the most personal, emotionally satisfying and potentially overwhelming writing project you'll undertake. In this class, begin the process of telling your stories from memories, letters, diaries, photographs, newspaper articles, and other sources. Although you may be intimately familiar with the events and "characters" themselves, learn to turn these personal memories and experiences into stories to be read and enjoyed by others. Fee $89.00. CEUs: 1.0 Y790 EA Glasscock M Enumclaw-4 Th 10a-12p Class begins 04/25/13 and ends 05/23/13.

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