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Land a union apprenticeship with the
Highway Construction Careers Training Program
human computer interaction with LLC!
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President’s Message Spring 2014
Full Circle is published each
semester for the students and residents of Lake Land College District #517 by Communications and Creative Services at Lake Land College, 5001 Lake Land Blvd., Mattoon, IL 61938. This magazine will introduce you to Lake Land College and provide you with resources to get started or continue your education with us. For inquiries, please contact Communications and Creative Services at 217-235-5408.
On the cover is Rachel Price of Shelbyville and Greg Heggs of Decatur who are part of the Highway Construction Careers Training Program, which prepares students for an apprenticeship through local labor unions.
Director: Kelly Allee Editor and Writer: Jennifer Forneris Graphic Designer: Jenny Osborn Views and opinions expressed by individuals in this publication do not necessarily reflect the views of Lake Land College.
he spring semester is almost here and it’s hard to imagine that my first academic year as president of the college is almost half over. During my first months as president, I have spent time getting to know the citizens and communities throughout the Lake Land College district. My family and I have enjoyed touring the countryside, relaxing at Lake Shelbyville, shopping in Arcola and enjoying the exquisite Amish fudge.
For instance on pages 8-9, learn about the innovative creations that students in our Human Computer Interaction class have built. Or on page 6, learn how to knock out a general education requirement by studying a show like South Park. Finally, on pages 12-13, meet students in our Highway Careers Construction Training Program who are gaining the skills and knowledge necessary to enter local labor unions.
As we look forward to a new calendar year, the college will begin engaging the citizens, business and community leaders in our district in a strategic planning process for the college. As the higher education and business landscape evolves, we want to ensure we are meeting the educational and workforce training needs essential to the economic viability of our region. In the next few months, we will invite you to be a part of this exciting process and I sincerely look forward to your feedback.
Whether your goal is pursuing a degree, taking a class or participating in a community activity, you will find our dedicated and friendly faculty and staff eager to serve you and ready to be a partner in your pathway to success. We invite you to visit us online or in-person on campus. We’d like to get to know you and hope you’ll consider becoming part of the Lake Land College family.
Lake Land is proud to be your community college and I encourage you to browse the Full Circle to see firsthand how Lake Land College can help you engage your mind and change your life through the power of learning. Dr. Josh Bullock, President
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Highway Construction Careers Training Program ................ 12-13
Lake Land assists in creating economic development website..................................... 2-3 Plant closure leads one Laker to return to school................................................. 4-5
Take a class in your community....................... 7 Human computer interaction..................... 8-9 GED and Adult Education Center............ 10-11
Meet your counselors, student services hours and NAL program................................ 15 How to pay for college.................................. 16 Resources and Career Services CSM........17 Spring 2014 course listings.................. 18-20
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The Ethics of South Park class.......................... 6
Important dates and numbers................... 14
Lake Land College assists in creating
showcasing local events Farmers Market Shows & Expos Performing Arts Recreation & F itness Fairs & Festivals
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EastCentralIllinoisEvents.com, a newly developed regional tourism website gives residents and visitors to east central Illinois information about events happening in their area like farmer’s markets, festivals, family activities and seasonal events.
hat’s there to do in central Illinois? Well, if you ask Jean Anne Grunloh, executive director of the East Central Illinois Development Corporation (ECIDC), she would tell you a lot.
Over the past year, Grunloh along with Lake Land College and Imagine This! Marketing in Effingham have teamed up in order to develop a new tourism website highlighting community events, festivals and tourism activities for the 11 counties within the region. “Our goal was to create a one-stop website for community event information for residents and visitors,” said Grunloh. “The website is user-friendly, easy to navigate and users can access tons of information about east central Illinois.” For the website, www.EastCentralIllinoisEvents.com, Lake Land donated in-kind support including web hosting and it continues to offer ongoing technical support. The website features a calendar of events, wine trails, recreation trails, festivals, farmers’ markets, community events, family activities and maps. According to Grunloh, the organization’s recent success with the East Central Illinois Wine Trail map, another partnership with Lake Land College, led to the idea for the website.
economic development website, “We had such great feedback with the wine trail that we decided to take the next step and provide a resource that encompassed a variety of activities,” she said. “We are excited to share all the wonderful attributes of our part of the world. Even if you are from the area, you might be surprised what is in your own backyard.” According to Strasburg resident, Karen Kull, the website is a necessary resource to get people out and involved in their communities. “The East Central Illinois Events page is a great way to find local events and information,” explained Kull. “I only have to look at one website to find out what’s going on in the surrounding communities. As a resident of Strasburg, I have found the website to be a great tool to advertise our local
festivals and farmers’ markets.” Since the website went live in May, it has received over 20,000 page views. “I am very pleased about the website’s success,” said Grunloh. “It’s very important for this region to have a central repository for tourism and economic development activities and the website provides that outlet.” Communities, organizations or businesses with ECIDC membership are eligible to submit event submissions and information for free. Non-members of ECIDC may submit up to 3 events for a fee of $25. For communities and event planners interested in becoming a member of ECIDC, contact Grunloh at 217-540-3517 or by email at email@example.com.
Looking for a way to advertise your local event? Or maybe you’re looking for something new and fun to do close to home? If you live in Christian, Clark, Coles, Crawford, Douglas, Edgar, Effingham, Jasper, Moultrie and Shelby counties, you owe it to yourself to check out
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Snap this QR code with your smartphone and go right to the website where you can browse for fun things to do in your town!
Plant closure leads one Laker to return Chas Seelow, Sullivan, returned to Lake Land College through the Dislocated Workers Program, and earned an associate degree in computer integrated manufacturing technology, which led him to full-time employment at Hydro-Gear as a manufacturing engineering technician.
ne day at work, Chas Seelow of Sullivan received some awful news. The factory he was working at in Arcola had been sold and the plant would permanently close, relocating to Ohio. Just like that, Seelow was out of a job and panic set in.
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“I had no degree and only a few years of college under my belt at that point,” said Seelow. “I had a family to support and felt lost when I received the news about the plant closure.” Like many people in his situation, Seelow turned to his family for support and began weighing his options. “I knew if I wanted a job as good as I had, I would need to go back to school and finish a degree,” he said. According to Seelow, after graduating from high school, he did set out to earn a degree in business administration. He received a scholarship to play
football at Eureka College, but after his freshman year on the team, he sustained a serious injury that kept him from playing and therefore lost his scholarship. After returning home to central Illinois, Seelow attended Lake Land College to earn a certificate in Industrial Maintenance and directly entered the workforce. “Looking back, I know it would have been easier to finish my degree when I was young without a family to support and the responsibilities that come with that,” he said. “But as an adult, an opportunity presented itself and I knew I had to go back to school for myself and my family.” That opportunity was the Dislocated Workers Program, a federally-funded job training program in Illinois that helps individuals like Seelow find a job or train for a new career.
to school, finding his ideal career To be eligible for the program, Seelow was required to conduct industry research throughout east central Illinois in order to see what skills area employers wanted in their employees. That research led him to enroll again at Lake Land College in order to earn an associate degree in applied science, majoring in computer integrated manufacturing technology. Through the Dislocated Workers Program, Seelow’s tuition, books and equipment were paid for in full.
The Illinois Dislocated Worker Program To be eligible for the dislocated worker program, a person must have received a layoff notice or have been laid off due to a company closure or mass layoff. Workers may also be eligible if they are currently unemployed and are unlikely to return to their prior occupation due to economic conditions in that industry.
“Even though I was an adult student returning to school, I really felt like I fit in at Lake Land College,” said Seelow. “The instructors were very patient when I needed some additional help.” According to Seelow, his instructors like Alan Clodfelter, Tim VanDyke, Joe Tillman, Dion Buzzard, Mike Beavers and Leo Kitten, went above and beyond to ensure that he succeeded in their classes. “On more than one occasion, I went to Tim’s office and he took extra time to make sure that I understood the material we were covering until it
As an adult, an opportunity presented itself and I knew I had to go back to school for myself and my family sunk in,” said Seelow. “It’s easy to forget some of those math skills from high school and Tim took extra time out of his own schedule to bring me up to speed.” Upon completion of his degree in the spring of 2013, Seelow searched for work and landed a job just six blocks from his house at Hydro-Gear in Sullivan. Now as a manufacturing engineering technician, Seelow’s first project is to design and construct equipment for an assembly line that will produce a new hydrostatic transmission model for the company. “When I interviewed for this job, they asked me what made me a good candidate for it,” explained Seelow. “I essentially described the courses I took at Lake Land like robotics, machining, CAD and blue print reading, which are exactly what they were looking for. The skills I gained at Lake Land fit this job 100 percent.”
Computer Integrated Manufacturing
is a two-year associate degree program preparing students for careers in the manufacturing industry. Transfer options are available for those interested in a bachelor’s degree. More information is available at www.lakelandcollege.edu/as/tec or call 217-234-5313. 5
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Seelow said that he feels very comfortable and is very happy with his position at Hydro-Gear and hopes to make it a lifelong career.
For more information, contact C.E.F.S. Economic Opportunity Corporation at 217-342-2193 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org. Stop by their office at 1805 South Banker Street in Effingham. To learn more about receiving Dislocated Worker funding through the state, visit: www.commerce.state.il.us and search for “Dislocated Worker Program.”
Knock out a transferable general education course with
The Ethics of South Park From Socrates and John Locke to Eric Cartman and Kenny McCormick, ethics instructor Tara Blaser links classical philosophical theory to modern-day entertainment with her class, The Ethics of South Park. According to Blaser, she designed this class nearly 10 years ago in order to help students apply traditional ethical theories to the world around them today. “The class has turned out to be wildly popular,” explained Blaser. “Applying the theories we discuss and then allowing the students to synthesize that material through a show like South Park not only helps them retain the information, but they have a lot of fun with it.” Blaser said that each week of the course, she conducts a traditional lecture one day, reviewing the thoughts and theories of the philosophers, and then during the following class meeting, the students
watch an episode of South Park to discuss how the theories are portrayed in or apply to the episode. “South Park is a somewhat controversial show that often comments on current events or issues in today’s world,” said Blaser. “Because of that, the students are really involved in our class discussions and class participation and attendance are excellent. The nature of the show gets them interested and gives us something worth talking about.” According to psychology major Brandon Bilbija, from Toronto, Canada, he enrolled in the course because he not only likes to watch South Park on his own, but it helps him learn the information better. “I learn better when engaging in something more active and hands-on,” said Bilbija. “I also enjoy watching the show anyway, so this class was a great fit for me.”
The Ethics of South Park fulfills a humanities requirement at Lake Land College and is also transferable to fouryear universities. For more information about The Ethics of South Park, contact Blaser at email@example.com.
During the spring 2014 semester, The Ethics of South Park will be offered as a hybrid class, where students will meet on campus once a week and the other half of the class will be conducted online.
Take a convenient evening class The following classes are offered in the evening on campus in Mattoon. For a complete listing of classes and dates, please go to www.lakelandcollege.edu and look for the Catalog and Schedules link. Scan this QR Code with your Smartphone to go directly to these course listings.
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All evening classes start after 5 p.m. Evening Classes on Campus Allied Health AHE-040 Basic Nurse Assisting AHE-047 Phlebotomy Techniques Anthropology ANT-200 General Anthropology Bio-Science BIO-100 Bio Science I BIO-225 Human Ana/Phys I BIO-226 Human Ana/Phys II Business BUS-089 Small Business Management BUS-094 Business Math BUS-095 Fundamentals of Accounting BUS-097 Prin/Cost Account BUS-098 Intermediate Accounting BUS-142 Introduction to Business BUS-151 Financial Accounting BUS-151-4846 R 3.0 BUS-200 Legal Environ/Business Chemistry CHM-111 Concepts of Chemistry Computer Aided Drafting CAD-056 CAD I Computer Information Systems CIS-040 Introduction to Computers CIS-079 Client Operating System CIS-085 Adv Server Operating System CIS-088 Adobe Photoshop CIS-089 Advanced Routing CIS-092 Adobe Illustrator
Spring semester begins January 13. Register by January 10!
CIS-100 Advanced Web Page Design CIS-101 Internet Systems/Applications CIS-160 Practical Software Application Early Childhood Education ECE-041 The Creative Play Classroom Earth Science ESC-102 Weather and Climate Education EDU-100 Introduction to Education Electronic Engineering Tech EET-052 Solid State Devices EET-060 Computer Hardware EET-060-5075 R 3.0 EET-069 Residential Wiring I English ENG-110 Manual Comm-Deaf ENG-111 Advanced Signing ENG-120 Composition I ENG-121 Composition II Fire Science Technology FST-040 Fire Behavior and Combustion FST-041 Principles/Emergency Services FST-042 Occupational Safety/Health FST-044 Fire Prevention FST-045 Fire Investigation I FST-070 Fire Protection Systems FST-071 FST Hydraulics/Water Supply FST-073 Fire Administration I FST-074 Fire Investigation II Health Education HED-102 Nutrition Heat Vent Air Cond Refg HVC-072 Heat Generating Systems HVC-074 Pipe & Ductwork Installation History HIS-155 History of the U.S. I Information Technology Train ITT-066 Indie Game Development Lab ITT-068 Digital Video Effects
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Journalism JOR-251 Intro to Journalistic Photo Mathematics MAT-005 Beginning Algebra MAT-006 Intermediate Algebra MAT-125 Statistics MAT-125-3947 R 3.0 Music MUS-104 Lake Land Community Choir MUS-229 Understanding Music Physical Education PED-116 Golf PED-117 Advanced Golf Psychology PSY-271 Intr/Psychology PSY-278 Family Relations Reading RDG-009 Essentials in Reading RDG-013 Preparation for ACT/SAT RDG-050 Reading and Study Skills I Social Science SOS-235 Death and Dying Speech SPE-111 Intro to Speech Communication Technology TEC-043 Industrial Safety TEC-045 Introduction to Drafting TEC-050 Technical Math I TEC-052 Technical Math II Welding WEL-047 Shielded Metal Arc Welding I WEL-048 Shielded Metal Arc Welding II WEL-057 Welding Fundamentals WEL-058 Gas Metal Arc Welding I WEL-059 Gas Metal Arc Welding II WEL-061 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding Wind Technology WND-042 Twr Rescue & Competent Climber
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From autonomous hexacopters to wearable computers, Lake Land College IT students explore human computer interaction What happens when you take a few pieces of used computer hardware, sprinkled with custom designed software applications and a touch of creativity? Well, if you’re visiting the Lake Land College Information Technology (IT) program, the answer is virtually anything. During the summer term, Human Computer Interaction (ITT-064) is offered as an elective class for students studying IT. According to instructor Scott Rhine, the class offers students who have taken other technical IT classes a chance to use the skills they have gained through their coursework for a capstone project of their choice. Students are also encouraged to pursue projects in which they are interested but for which they have not received any training or coursework. The process of research, learning, discovery and accomplishment is the core of this class. “The essence of this class is for the students to create something from start to finish,” said Rhine. “They start with brainstorming and design, then product development and implementation of physical and electronic interfaces. The goal is to extend the reality of computer use and game play using both currently available and custom hardware and software.” To learn more, check out some of the custom-made projects below!
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Project Name: Robo-Man Creator: Nick Wernsing, Neoga, network administration major Overview: Why build a robot when you can be a robot? Well, maybe not be a robot, but with the newly designed Linux microcomputer mobile system, Wernsing can strap his computer to his arm and run the full Linux operating system. The system is capable of wireless streaming, browsing the web, editing photos and uploading content with a USB drive, among other things. Using a Raspberry Pi, wrist brace, USB hub, a 4.3-inch LCD monitor, a custom-made t-shirt and lots of Velcro, Wernsing can take his Linux operating system wherever he goes! “The main thing I learned in this class is that stuff you imagine can become real, and with that knowledge possibilities of what can be done are endless.” -Nick Wernsing, Neoga
Project Name: The RPI 2600 Creator: Jeff Robison, Charleston, network administration major Overview: Using a donated Atari 2600 and Xbox controller, Robison programmed a credit-card-sized, single-board computer known as a Raspberry Pi, which is now capable of running over 500 Atari games. “The most important thing I took from this class is that it is 100 percent handson learning. Looking things up in a book and memorizing notes simply do not exist in this lab. I spent the entire class studying by actually doing the projects and accomplishing things myself.” -Jeff Robison, Charleston
Project Name: Zen Toolworks CNC Machine Creators: Dean Howell, Mattoon, network administration certificate; Eric Spiker, Montrose, network administration major; and Jeff Robison, Charleston, network administration major Overview: The group created a computer numeric control (CNC) system that allows a user to design a drawing which is then milled into a piece of wood, foam, stone or metal using tolerances and consistencies that are much harder for humans to replicate. Using an Arduino board to communicate between all components, the group used software including SketchUp and MeshCAM to create and convert g-code language in order to direct the stepper motors to mill the design. “The best thing about this class is that it is anything but a typical classroom environment. It is a class that is limited only by one’s imagination. If you can dream a project up, you can probably make it in this class.” - Eric Spiker, Montrose
Project name: The Hexacopter Creator: Matt Pruemer, Effingham, network administration major Overview: This multicoper, six-propeller unit flies with a radio controller, but will have the ability to fly autonomous missions, once the system is perfected. Using a variety of equipment like a hexacopter frame, propellers, motors, electronic speed controllers, a power distribution board, magnetometer and GPS module to name a few, the hexicopter’s latest mission was flying over campus taking aerial footage of the grounds. “The best thing about this project was the feeling of success during its first successful flight after weeks of frustration.” -Matt Pruemer, Effingham
Project name: The Lake Land College Weather Station Creator: Tyler Terrell, Charleston, network administration major Overview: The LLC Weather Station provides the current weather conditions for the Lake Land College campus. Using software like EasyWeather and Cumulus, the two programs communicate in order to push the information to the Weather Underground (wunderground.com). Getting up-to-date weather conditions from LLC’s station ID: KILMATT03 is now convenient especially if you are located in a windowless classroom! “The open-lab style of this class allows students to jump around projects and learn a little bit of everything as well as things you probably weren’t initially comfortable with. Some of the things I learned may be random, but are very interesting and are things that I would not have leaned on my own time. It’s like giving a large amount of Legos to a child, only these Legos make noises and occasionally sound an alarm!” - Tyler Terrell, Charleston
The current 2002 Series GED® test
EXPIRES at the end of 2013!
Finish your exams or your scores will expire too! What you need to know: • All current GED® students should complete their GED® classes and testing before the current GED® test expires, at the end of 2013. • The current version of the GED® test, known as the 2002 Series GED® test, will be replaced with the new 2014 GED® test. • If you have taken the 2002 Series GED® test, but have not passed all five parts, you have until the end of 2013 to pass or you will need to start over again in 2014 with the new GED® test, as all GED® scores will expire too.
Visit www.finishtheged.com for more information, to locate a testing center, and sign up for alerts. GED® classes are currently scheduled at various locations and times throughout the LLC district including Arthur, Charleston, Cowden, Effingham, Greenup, Mattoon, Shelbyville, Sullivan and Paris. GED classes have been redesigned into convenient six-week modules.
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Module 3 begins November 11 and finishes December 20. Sign up today! For more information about GED orientation or classes, call the Lake Land College Adult Education Center at 217-235-0361 or 1-800-210-5541. For more information about GED testing, call the Regional Office of Education at 217-348-0151. 10
GED® and GED Testing Service® are registered trademarks of the American Council on Education and may not be used or reproduced without express written permission. The GED® and GED Testing Service® brands are administered by GED Testing Service LLC under license from the American Council on Education.
Lake Land College’s
Adult Education Center
How many times have you thought about improving your life or advancing your career? At the Lake Land College Adult Education Center, we’re here to help you do just that! With our flexible programs and class schedules, tuition assistance and other resources like free childcare, the Adult Education Center and its staff strive to make educational opportunities available to everyone. Whether you want a new career or want to learn how to use a new software program, Lake Land College has learning opportunities to fit your lifestyle.
For the most current list of classes visit:
Or stop by:
Lake Land College Adult Education 1617 Lake Land Blvd. in Mattoon
For a full set of course listings and resources call: Patricia Hemmett, Adult Education and Literacy Supervisor 217-235-0361 firstname.lastname@example.org
Brian D. Haskins, Transition Coordinator email@example.com
Lake Land College’s Adult Ed Center offers ‘two-for-one’ educational opportunity In the U.S., over 26 million adults lack a high school degree and 1.3 million young people drop out of high school each year, leading to an inability to find employment and earn sustaining wages. In fact, the areas that see the highest dropout rates are rural counties with low unemployment and high poverty rates, not unlike the Lake Land College district. To combat these staggering statistics, the Lake Land College Adult Education Center has implemented an Accelerating Opportunities Initiative, aimed at offering adult learners the chance to earn a GED, while at the same time, earn post-secondary credentials. The Accelerating Opportunities Initiative provides an automatic pathway into a program of study at Lake Land College, which can lead to accredited, higher education credentials. This helps incorporate adult learners into the atmosphere of college life, showing them that they can succeed. The program’s goal is to offer adult students something beyond just a GED. Currently, the program offers a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) certificate option and a Welding certificate option, both of which include career skills preparation, GED completion, college preparation, and one-on-one help for reaching career and academic goals.
These programs are free to qualifying individuals, and enrollment in the program is now open. For more information, contact 217-235-0361.
n o i t c u r t s n o C y Highwa m a r g o r P g n i n i a Careers Tr Former Highway Construction Careers Training Program student April Dixon roofs a bath house facility at Wolf Creek State Park, outside of Windsor. Dixon landed this job after completing the training program, where the hands-on aspect of the program was held at Wolf Creek.
he Highway Construction Careers Training Program at Lake Land College gave April Dixon an opportunity to start over in life.
“I did things in my past that I’m not proud of, but this program gave someone like me a second chance,” said Dixon. “It opened a door for me and gave me an avenue to get where I want to be in life.”
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Dixon, of Mattoon, enrolled in the Highway Construction Careers Training Program, not only as a way to help turn her life around, but because she has always been interested in working in construction. After being charged with a felony and serving her probationary period, Dixon knew she had to make changes for herself and her family. The Highway Construction Careers Training Program, sponsored by the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) and administered through the Illinois Community College Board (ICCB) and Lake Land College, is aimed at increasing the number of women, minorities and disadvantaged individuals working on IDOT highway construction projects. However, the training is open to anyone who is interested and qualified for the program.
The training consists of an intensive 12-week program to learn the skills necessary for acceptance into the highway construction trades and the
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opportunity for a career with high-wage earning potential. According to the program’s coordinator Cindy Shupe, she designs the training sessions so that students have a blend of classroom learning in combination with hands-on training. “In the classroom, we focus on communication skills, job seeking and keeping skills, teamwork, stress management, money management, and applied math skills,” explained Shupe. “During the specialized skill training, students work on a service project, doing hands-on work to gain skills for the construction field.” For each session of the program, Shupe coordinates the service project with local non-for-profit organizations that can benefit from the students’ volunteer hands-on training. Recently, students were assigned to several projects at Wolf Creek State Park, just outside of Windsor. Likewise, this fall Shupe conducted training sessions in Decatur, where students worked with the Decatur Park District and in Neoga, where they worked at Jennings Park.
Dixon. “It was like we had built-in support for each other, which didn’t just include us students, but our teachers, trainers, and of course, Cindy. She is one of the most encouraging and supportive people I’ve ever met. Those aspects really gave me hope.” Since completing the program, Dixon was accepted to the Carpenters Union #44, based out of Champaign. She also maintains employment at Wolf Creek State Park, where she was hired on in June after completing the Highway Construction Careers Training Program in November. For more information about the program, contact Shupe at 217-235-0361 or 1-800-210-5541. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upon completion of this program, successful students will be prepared to apply for and pass the entrance exam for apprenticeship in one of the following trades:
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Laborer Equipment Operator Carpenter Ironworker Cement Mason Electrician Pipefitter, Plumber Painter
The Highway Construction Careers Training Program is mobile! The program spans IDOT’s District 7, which includes the following counties: Clark, Clay, Coles, Crawford, Cumberland, Edwards, Effingham, Fayette, Jasper, Lawrence, Macon, Moultrie, Richland, Shelby, Wabash and Wayne.
According to Dixon, the program’s training incorporated a variety of real-world situations. She said she was exposed to patching roads, building structures, running equipment and managing water resources. “Within the first two weeks of the handson training, we were out there working. I got to work on so many different things. It’s just a really well rounded program,” she said. Likewise, Dixon said the structure of the program was very supportive for her, which helped her reach her goals and that she grew very close to her fellow classmates. “We all really bonded as a family,” said
Members of the Decatur cohort class worked to restore the George Coates Memorial Building located in Greenwood Park, Decatur. In the back row from left are: Jeremy Young, Zack McCulley, Branden Higar and Greg Heggs. In front is Rachel Price.
Important Phone Numbers
Information for All College numbers except those listed below ...................................... 2 34-LAKE (5253) Accounting/Tuition & Fees Payment ................ 234-5214 Admissions Office ..................................................... 234-5434 Graduation .............................................................. 234-5028 Records ..................................................................... 234-5311 Registration ............................................................. 234-5434 Adult Education ......................................................... 235-0361 Bookstore/Textbooks ............................................. 234-5420 Career Services .......................................................... 234-5288 Center for Technology & Professional Development Online Help Desk ......................... 234-5439 Online Proctoring ................................................. 234-5459 Child Care Lab ........................................................... 234-5295 Community & Professional Programs Traffic Safety, CE and Continuing Professional Development, Continuing EdVentures, Community Learning, and Summer College for Youth ..................... 234-5219 Cosmetology Clinic .................................................. 234-5300 Counseling Services ................................................. 234-5232 Special Accommodations ................................ 234-5259 TTV (Hearing Impaired) Contact: email@example.com Dental Clinic ............................................................... 234-5249 Dual Credit .................................................................. 234-5044 Financial Aid-Veteran Services. ......................... 234-5231 Educational Loans ................................................ 234-5241 Veteran Services ................................................... 234-5255 Honors Program ....................................................... 234-5226 Learning Assistance Centers ................................ 234-5287 Testing ...................................................................... 234-5301 Tutoring .................................................................... 234-5366 Library Reference Desk .......................................... 234-5440 Off-Campus Locations .......................................... 234-5043 Police Department ................................................... 234-5432 Student Activities/Student Life/ Student Publications .............................................. 234-5277 PCCS .............................................................................. 234-5372 Trio SSS …..................................................................... 234-5456
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Eastern Region Center 224 South 6th Street, Marshall ........................ 826-8490 Kluthe Center for Higher Education and Technology 1204 Network Centre, Effingham .................... 540-3555 Correctional Educational Department ............. 540-3518 Massage Therapy ............................................ 540-3535 Physical Therapist Assistant Program .............. 540-3535 Mattoon Area Adult Education Center 1617 Lake Land Blvd ....................................... 235-0361 Workforce Development Center / IETC 305 Richmond Ave. East, Mattoon 235-2222 Center for Business and Industry ext. 8258 Truck Driver Training ext. 8260 Western Region Center 600 E. First Street, Pana 562-5000
In addition to helping you, Full Circle is just one of the steps involved in Lake Land’s
Envision. Educate. Engage. for a sustainable future
Through this initiative, we are significantly reducing the amount of natural resources used to produce printed materials. By offering class information and registration entirely online, Lake Land College has eliminated 3.5 million pieces of paper, reducing our environmental footprint.
11 Begin Internet spring registration for continuing and readmit degree/certificate students. 18 Begin in-person spring registration for continuing and readmit degree/ certificate students 18 Begin spring Internet, in-person or by-phone registration for continuing and readmit non-degree students 18 Begin spring orientation and registration for new degree/certificate students 25 Begin spring Internet, in-person or by-phone registration for new non-degree students 27 Staff development: No day or evening classes 28-29 College offices closed for Thanksgiving recess
December 3 One Stop to Registration Open Houses – Marshall & Campus 4 One Stop to Registration Open Houses – Effingham & Pana 6 Last day to file Intent to Graduate for fall semester 10 Spring term student bills sent 11 Last day of fall classes; final exams begin at 5 p.m. 12-17 Fall Final Exams 18 Fall semester closes; grades due by noon 18 Last day to return fall textbooks without penalty; 5 p.m. 23 Spring textbook list available for students to print 24-31 All college offices closed
January 1 2 3 7 8-9 10 10 10 11 13-16 13 13-14 14 14 17 20 27
All college offices closed College offices reopen Last day to return fall textbooks with penalty; 5 p.m. Textbook pickup for special admission programs only (Nursing, Dental, Cosmo, Nail, Esthetics); 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Textbook pickup; 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. All college offices closed; 8-10 a.m.; full services resume at 10 a.m. REGISTER BY THIS DAY! Registration; 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.; Luther Student Center Textbook pickup; 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Textbook pickup; 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Textbook pickup; 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. First day of spring semester and Mod I classes Late placement and registration; 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Last day for Mod I refund to incur no charges Last day to add a spring semester class Textbook pickup; 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. College closed in observance of MLK, Jr. Day Last day for full semester refund to incur no charges
10 Mid-term for Mod I classes
March 3 Last day for student withdrawal from Mod I classes 7 Payment for Tuition and Fees is due 7 Mid-term for spring semester classes; last day of Mod I classes 10-14 Spring Recess; no day or evening classes 14 All college offices closed 17 First meeting of Mod II classes 21 Last day for Mod II refund to incur no charges 21 Last day to file Intent to Graduate for spring semester
April 10-11 No day or evening classes; staff development 15 Mid-term for Mod II classes 18 All college offices closed
May 6 12 13-16 16 19 19 26 28
Last day for student withdrawal from Mod II and spring semester classes Last day of classes; final exams begin at 5 p.m. Final exams Commencement; 7:30 p.m. at the Fieldhouse Last day to return textbooks without penalty – 5 p.m. Semester closes; grades due at noon College closed; Memorial Day Last day to return textbooks with penalty – 5 p.m.
Meet the counselors! The Lake Land College academic counselors are ready to help you get started and succeed! Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call at 217-234-5232. Counseling Services Appointments & Walk-in Hours Appointment hours 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. and evenings upon request Walk-In hours 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., Monday through Friday
Lake Land College
5001 Lake Land Blvd. • Mattoon, IL Call (217) 234-5253
Student Services Luther Student Center Office hours for Admissions and Records, Career Services and Counseling Services 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday through Friday
Trio Student Support Services ● Webb Hall 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday through Friday Appointment hours • 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. and evenings upon request Walk-In hours • 9 a.m. – 4 p.m., Monday through Friday
Financial Aid Office ● Webb Hall
Admission to the College does not ensure entrance into a particular course or program of study since applicants may have to meet specific requirements for entrance into certain courses or programs. Preference must be given to qualified in-district students.
8 a.m. – 5 p.m., Monday through Friday Evening hours available by appointment.
Need a new career?
New classes begin every eight weeks!
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The NAL - Fast Track Tech Program guarantees you one. Complete an 8-week Lake Land College training program and you’re guaranteed to be hired by North American Lighting, Inc.
Call 217-234-5220 to get started today!
A partnership between North American Lighting, Inc. and Lake Land College, Mattoon, IL15
Financial Aid Worried about how to pay for college? Don’t be! Lake Land College is here to help! If you’re serious about attending college but need financial assistance, there are many opportunities to financially support you as you pursue your academic goals. To start this process, ALL students requesting financial aid must complete the 2014 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as early as possible.
How to Figure Your Tuition and Fees • One Credit Hour = $107.80** • One class is generally 3 credit hours –
3 x $107.80 = $323.40
• A full load of classes per semester, approximately five three-hour classes, or 15 hours total
15 x $107.80 = $1,617
• Multiply this by two semesters, which makes up an entire academic year, totaling $3,234.
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2 x $1,617 =
Does this number seem unreachable? Think again! With a total tuition cost of $3,234 the average student, working a part-time job that pays $8.50 an hour can pay for college by working only 4.5 hours a day for 90 days. Or think of it as working half a day for three months. What do you plan to do with your summer break? *Please note this figure includes textbook rental and some individual courses and online courses may have additional fees.* **Tuition rates are subject to change, effective with the summer term.
Did you know…
Get ready for the upcoming semesters and fill out your 2013-2014 FAFSA!! • Apply now for Spring 2014, & Summer 2014 by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid online at www.fafsa.gov. • More details about this are available at lakeland.cc.il.us/financialaid
Apply for a Lake Land College Foundation Scholarship! • Foundation scholarship awards range from $100 to $2,000 per year. • Scholarship applications are due by 5:00 p.m. Friday, Feb. 28, 2014. • For more information on applying for a Lake Land College Foundation scholarship, visit: www.lakelandcollege.edu/foundation
Need some one-on-one guidance?
Contact the Lake Land College Financial Aid Office at 217-234-5231 or email email@example.com.
Lake Land College textbook rental saves students about $1,200 a year!
Connect to local jobs with Career Services’ customizable web resource Lake Land College is committed to student success. Part of that success is helping students find employment after graduation. That’s why Career Services at Lake Land College is hosting a new Career Services Management (CSM) website! CSM provides better services to Lake Land students and area community members through a centralized and streamlined system. Best of all, this service is completely free to all users!
Looking for a job? With CSM you can: • • •
“Many area employers prefer to hire Lake Land students and graduates first. This resource offers a unique way to bridge the gap between our students and employers who want to find them!”
Create your customizable, personal profile, including your anticipated graduation date to help employers find you! Browse the database of area and national employers and search -Seirra Laughhunn, Administrative job listings specific to your location! Assistant to Career Services Upload documents for employers to browse like your resume, cover letter, letters of recommendation and work portfolio!
Looking to hire the most talented graduates around? With CSM employers can: • Create your company’s profile to attract potential employees! • Request resume books of potential employees with specific skillsets, talents and academic qualifications! • Submit job listings at your convenience and for free to find the best possible candidates for your company!
CSM allows you to connect your CSM profile with social media like LinkedIn and Facebook. You can also sign up for RSS feeds, which will send updated information directly to your inbox so that you’ll always be in the know.
To get started, visit Career Services website at
www.lakeland.cc.il.us/ss/cs/. Select the “Register Now” button in the box entitled “Employment Opportunities.” Follow the quick and easy steps and be on your way to finding your dream job!
Paying it Forward at Lake Land College Be sure to submit your vote by “liking” your favorite Paying It Forward story and you’ll be entered to win a prize! First Place: Spring Semester
Second Place: Amazon Kindle So, we want to hear about it! Tell us how you were inspired to Pay It Forward at Lake Land College. Submit your random act of kindness story to the Hub between Third Place: iPod Shuffle Monday, Nov. 18 – Wednesday, Dec. 18. Your stories will then be posted anonymously to the Lake Land Voting winner: Gas Card College Paying It Forward Facebook page, found at www.facebook.com/PayItForwardLLC and the stories with the top three amounts of “likes” will win a prize.
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Lake Land College is committed to creating an open, safe and caring environment for its students and employees. So, we want to know as a student, how are you contributing to this goal? Maybe you helped a classmate study for an exam. Maybe you bought someone’s lunch just because. Whatever way you decide to help others, one thing is for sure – as Lakers, we know you are out there making the world a better place with your kindness.
Spring 2014 Course Listings Agriculture AGR-041 Supervised Occupational Exp I AGR-044 Supv Occup Exp IV AGR-049 OSHA/Ag Mach Safety AGR-051 Soil Fertility AGR-063 Animal Nutrition AGR-064 Beef/Dairy Production Skills AGR-065 A.I. Management-Cattle AGR-066 Meat Science AGR-070 Swine Production Skills AGR-071 Swine Reproduction and A.I. AGR-082 Advanced Electrical Systems AGR-089 Tractor Overhaul AGR-092 Advanced Hydraulics AGR-097 Planting and Tillage Equipment AGR-111 Intro to Agriculture Software AGR-112 Computer Applic/Agriculture AGR-121 Farm Business Records AGR-123 Marketing of Ag Products AGR-124 Farm Credit and Finance AGR-132 Retailing/Agri Supplies AGR-133 Agriculture Salesmanship AGR-141 Introduction to Agroecology AGR-143 Organic Crop Production AGR-152 Intensive Crop Scouting AGR-201 Intro/Agriculture Education AGR-204 Prin/Field Crop Science AGR-205 Intro/Soil Science AGR-206 Intro/Animal Science AGR-207 Intro/Ag Economics Allied Health AHE-040 Basic Nurse Assisting AHE-041 Medical Terminology AHE-042 Advanced Medical Terminology AHE-044 Pathophysiology AHE-047 Phlebotomy Techniques AHE-048 Phlebotomy Practicum AHE-055 Math for Meds Anthropology ANT-200 General Anthropology Art ART-110 2-D Design ART-161 Printmaking I ART-165 Fundamentals of Art ART-181 Intro to Film Appreciation ART-200 Drawing II ART-205 Painting ART-206 Painting II ART-250 Understanding Art ART-261 Art History II
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Associate Degree Nursing ADN-042 Nursing II ADN-060 Nursing Seminar ADN-061 Health Assessment ADN-078 Nursing IV Automotive Technology AUT-051 Electrical Systems I AUT-052 Engine Performance I AUT-053 Brake Systems AUT-076 Auto Transmissions/Transaxles AUT-082 Manual Dr Train and Axles AUT-083 Engine Performance III AUT-089 ASE Test Review
Bio-Science BIO-050 Basic Anatomy & Physiology BIO-100 Bio Science I BIO-111 General Botany BIO-116 General Zoology BIO-130 Environmental Science
BIO-160 Introduction to Genetics BIO-212 Vertebrate Zoology BIO-225 Human Ana/Phys I BIO-226 Human Ana/Phys II BIO-235 Microbiology
CAD-057 CAD-059 CAD-061 CAD-062 CAD-075
Building Construction Tech BCT-062 Architectural Drafting II BCT-070 Construction Management BCT-076 Architectural Drafting III BCT-078 Architectural S.O.E. BCT-089 Construction Estimating
Computer Information Systems CIS-040 Introduction to Computers CIS-047 Graphic Design Capstone CIS-050 Advanced Web Technologies CIS-051 Designing for the Web CIS-053 Wireless Networking CIS-054 PowerPoint CIS-055 Word CIS-056 Advanced Software Applications CIS-058 Spec Software Applications CIS-060 Project Management CIS-063 3-D Computer Animation CIS-065 Adv Game Development CIS-074 IT Seminar CIS-079 Client Operating System CIS-081 Networking Essentials CIS-083 Systems Design CIS-084 Server Operating Systems CIS-085 Adv Server Operating System CIS-088 Adobe Photoshop CIS-089 Advanced Routing CIS-090 InDesign CIS-092 Adobe Illustrator CIS-093 Access CIS-094 Excel CIS-097 Quark Xpress CIS-099 Web Page Design CIS-100 Advanced Web Page Design CIS-101 Internet Systems/Applications CIS-156 Computer Logic CIS-160 Practical Software Application CIS-162 Object-Oriented Programming I
Business BUS-056 Marketing Seminar BUS-057 Marketing Internship BUS-059 Medical Insurance and Coding BUS-060 Auto Ofc Procedures BUS-061 Office Transcription BUS-063 Medical Transcription BUS-074 Management Seminar BUS-076 Management Internship BUS-078 Management/Marketing Capstone BUS-079 Profess Development BUS-080 Office Technology Seminar BUS-081 Office Technology Internship BUS-082 Medical Transcript Internship BUS-083 Ofc Tech Internship-Medical BUS-084 Adv Medical Transcription BUS-085 Accounting Process BUS-087 Accounting Internship BUS-089 Small Business Management BUS-094 Business Math BUS-095 Fundamentals of Accounting BUS-096 Fed Tax Accounting BUS-097 Prin/Cost Account BUS-098 Intermediate Accounting BUS-099 Computerized Accounting BUS-113 Keyboarding BUS-114 Advanced Formatting BUS-115 Processing Info BUS-120 Business Career Development BUS-141 Business Communications BUS-142 Introduction to Business BUS-151 Financial Accounting BUS-152 Managerial Accounting BUS-200 Legal Environ/Business BUS-247 Principles of Marketing BUS-251 Principles of Management BUS-281 Business Statistics BUS-285 Labor Relations BUS-287 Intro International Business BUS-290 Human Resource Management Chemistry CHM-101 CHM-111 CHM-120 CHM-121 CHM-150 CHM-151 CHM-244 CHM-254
Physical Science II Concepts of Chemistry Gen, Organic & Biochemistry I Gen, Organic & Biochemistry II General Chemistry I General Chemistry II Organic Chemistry II Organic Chemistry Lab II
Civil Engineering Technology CET-056 PCC Theory and Design CET-057 Asphalt Theory and Design CET-060 Surveying I CET-064 Surveying III CET-065 Data Collection GIS Mapping CET-078 Supervised Occupational Exp CET-081 CAD for Civil Engineering CET-087 Hydraulics/Drainage Computer Aided Drafting CAD-056 CAD I
CAD II Special Applications of CAD 3D Parametric Design Introduction to Solidworks Supervised Occupational Exp
Computer Integrated Manuf CIM-060 CNC Machining CIM-094 Computer Integrated Manf Continuing Education CNC-021 Energy Conference Cosmetology COS-050 Cosmetology I COS-052 Cosmetology II COS-054 Cosmetology III COS-056 Cosmetology IV COS-059 Cosmetology Clinic COS-060 Salon Management COS-061 Computer Appl for Cosmetology COS-076 Cosmetology Teacher I COS-082 Nail Technology III COS-083 Nail Technology IV Dental Hygiene DHY-043 Dental Hygiene Board Review DHY-045 Radiology DHY-071 Dental Hygiene II DHY-072 Pre Clinic Hyg II DHY-092 Dent Public Health DHY-093 Dental Hygiene IV DHY-094 Clinic III Early Childhood Education ECE-041 The Creative Play Classroom ECE-081 Early Childhood Clinical ECE-083 Instructional Methods ECE-086 Nanny/Family Relations ECE-087 Organization/Mgt of Preschools ECE-102 Health/Safety/Nutri/Yng Child ECE-120 Field Experience Seminar ECE-125 Field Experience
View the complete listings online at www.lakelandcollege.edu. Request a printed schedule online or via phone at 217-234-5434. Earth Science ESC-100 Physical Geology ESC-102 Weather and Climate ESC-104 Physical Geography ESC-106 Intro Geographic Info Systems ESC-114 Advanced Vector GIS Economics ECO-130 The American Economy ECO-231 Principles of Econ I (Macro) ECO-232 Prin Economics II (Micro) Education EDU-100 Introduction to Education EDU-103 Teaching/Learning W/Technology EDU-190 Introduction/Special Education EDU-200 Educational Psychology EDU-210 Diversity/Schools & Societies Electronic Engineering Tech EET-040 Basic Electronics EET-050 Electric Circuits I EET-052 Solid State Devices EET-060 Computer Hardware EET-061 Advanced Computer Hardware EET-066 Network Pro EET-067 Computer Servicing Techniques EET-068 Photovoltaic Systems EET-069 Residential Wiring I EET-071 Routing & Switch Fundamentals EET-075 HMI-Human Machine Interface EET-076 Digital Logic EET-078 Linear Electronics EET-080 R.F. Communications EET-085 Electronic Projects EET-086 Prog Logic Controllers I EET-087 Prog Logic Controllers II EET-094 SOE Emergency Medical Services EMS-023 Responding to Terrorist Acts EMS-050 Emergency Medical Tech-Basic EMS-056 Paramedical Services I EMS-058 Paramedical Services III EMS-059 Paramedical Services IV EMS-062 EMS Pharmacology EMS-065 Paramedic Skills I EMS-066 Paramedic Skills II EMT-010 EMT-Basic Refresher Course EMT-012 Special Topics in EMS EMT-021 Medical & Legal Aspects EMS EMT-024 Ethics in Prehospital Care EMT-025 ACLS Provider Course
English as a Second Language
Fire Investigation I Fire Service Safety & Survival Fire Protection Systems FST Hydraulics/Water Supply Fire Administration I Fire Investigation II Fire Administration II Fire Strategy and Tactics Fire Service Instructor I
Foreign Language FLG-140 Elem Spanish I FLG-141 Elem Spanish II FLG-150 Beginning German I FLG-151 Beginning German II FLG-240 2nd Year Spanish I Geography GEO-140 World Geography Geospatial Information Systems GIS-090 Intro to Geospatial Technology GIS-091 Advanced GIS Health Education HED-046 Food Service Sanitation HED-047 Food Certificate Renewal-FSSM HED-102 Nutrition HED-177 First Aid Review HED-178 Responding to Emergencies HED-179 Advanced 1st Aid and CPR HED-200 Principles of Health HED-270 Community Health HED-290 Disease Processes Heat Vent Air Cond Refg HVC-066 Refrigeration II HVC-070 Air Conditioning II HVC-072 Heat Generating Systems HVC-074 Pipe & Ductwork Installation History HIS-150 HIS-153 HIS-155 HIS-156 HIS-250 HIS-252
History of Illinois History/Culture of Third World History of the U.S. I History of the U.S. II Western Civil to 1660 West Civil/1660-Present
Horticulture HRT-071 Herbaceous Landscape Plants HRT-091 Supervised Occupational Exp I HRT-092 Supervised Occupational Exp II HRT-093 Sup Occupational Exp III
Human Services HSP-053 Work Experience Seminar I HSP-054 Field Experience I HSP-055 Work Experience Seminar II HSP-056 Field Experience II HSP-065 Intro to Substance Abuse HSP-101 Dynamics of Domestic Violence HSP-103 Foundations of Human Services HSP-120 Introduction to Social Work HSP-122 Social Welfare Humanities HUM-120 Myths and Legends HUM-150 Humanities Through the Arts Independent Study INS-099 Portfolio Develop INS-200 Internship/Cooperative Educ INS-299 Independent Study Industrial Maintenance IND-043 Heat Vent A/C I IND-044 Fluid Power IND-052 Electrical Installation Proc IND-054 Trouble Shooting & Prev Maint IND-060 Industrial Valves IND-062 Rigging and Hoisting Information Technology Train ITT-040 IT Computer Apps Cert Int ITT-041 IT Computer Apps Degree Int ITT-042 IT Net Admin Cert Internship ITT-043 IT Net Admin Degree Int ITT-044 IT Programming Cert Int ITT-045 IT Programming Degree Int ITT-046 IT Web Technology Cert Int ITT-047 IT Web Technology Degree Int ITT-048 IT Digital Media Cert Intern ITT-050 IT Game Dev Cert Internship ITT-053 Digital Media Arts ITT-054 Mobile Application Development ITT-066 Indie Game Development Lab ITT-068 Digital Video Effects Intensive English Language IEL-001 Beg Reading/Vocabulary I IEL-003 Beg Grammar/Writing I IEL-005 Beg Speaking/Listening I IEL-007 Int Reading/Vocabulary I IEL-009 Int Grammar/Writing I IEL-011 Int Speaking/Listening I IEL-013 Adv Reading/Vocabulary I IEL-015 Adv Grammar/Writing I IEL-017 Adv Speaking/Listening I
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Esthetics EST-043 Esthetics III EST-044 Esthetics IV Fire Science Technology FST-040 Fire Behavior and Combustion FST-041 Principles/Emergency Services FST-042 Occupational Safety/Health FST-043 Building Construction FST-044 Fire Prevention
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English ENG-005 Foundations in Composition ENG-007 Composition Skills ENG-050 Writing for Industry ENG-095 Business English ENG-098 Communications I ENG-110 Manual Comm-Deaf ENG-111 Advanced Signing ENG-120 Composition I ENG-121 Composition II ENG-223 Creative Writing - Fiction
FST-045 FST-046 FST-070 FST-071 FST-073 FST-074 FST-075 FST-081 FST-082
Spring 2014 Course Listings John Deere Ag Tech JDA-043 John Deere SOE III JDA-054 JD Turf and Utility Equipment JDA-071 John Deere Power Trains JDA-082 JD Adv Elect/Electronic Sys JDA-086 John Deere Combine Production JDA-092 John Deere Hydraulics II JDA-095 John Deere Equip Diagnostics JDA-113 John Deere Apex Software Journalism JOR-251 Intro to Journalistic Photo Law Enforce/Criminal Justice CJS-104 Criminal Justice Seminar & Int CJS-150 Intro/Criminal Just CJS-152 Criminal Investigation I CJS-156 Criminal Law CJS-158 Juvenile Justice CJS-160 Criminal Evidence & Procedure CJS-166 Corrections Learning Assistance Center TUT-013 Basic Memory Dynamics TUT-023 Test Taking Strategies TUT-026 Relieving Computer Anxiety Literature LIT-130 Intro to Literature LIT-147 Introduction to Fiction LIT-274 Bible As Literature Machine Tool Technology MTT-050 Intro to Machining Procedures Massage Therapy MAS-055 Massage Therapy I MAS-060 A & P for Massage Therapist II MAS-065 Massage Therapy II MAS-067 Pathology/Massage Therapist MAS-085 Massage Therapy IV MAS-087 Massage Clinic II
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Mathematics MAT-001 Pre-Algebra MAT-005 Beginning Algebra MAT-006 Intermediate Algebra MAT-009 Geometry MAT-090 Math for Computer Applications MAT-116 General Education Math MAT-125 Statistics MAT-130 College Algebra MAT-140 Algebra With Trigonometry MAT-210 Finite Mathematics MAT-211 Math Analysis MAT-218 Math for Elem Teachers II MAT-241 Analytical Geom-Calc I MAT-242 Analytical Geom-Calc II MAT-243 Analytical Geom-Calc III MAT-245 Differential Equations Mechanical Electrical Tech MET-043 Motors and Generators MET-045 Mechanical Drive Systems MET-076 Supervised Occupational Exp MET-080 Solid State Devices & Apps MET-084 Technical Mechanisms Medical Coding Specialist MCS-040 Health Info for Professionals MCS-050 Principles of CPT Coding MCS-055 Principles of ICD-10-CMCoding MCS-060 Medical Ins Reimbursement MCS-075 Hospital-Med Coding Internship MCS-080 Clinic-Med Coding Internship MCS-085 Hospital Coding Cert Prep MCS-090 Clinic Coding Cert Prep
MCS-091 Healthcare Statistics MCS-092 Medical Records and the Law
PSY-278 Family Relations PSY-279 Human Dev/Life Span
Military Science MSL-101 ROTC-Leadership Pers Dev MSL-102 ROTC-Intro to Tactical Ldshp
Radio-TV Broadcasting RTV-083 Spring Athletic Announcing RTV-160 Radio Station Operation RTV-165 Broadcast Writing RTV-175 Broadcast Sales RTV-185 Advanced Radio Production
Music MUS-104 Lake Land Community Choir MUS-150 Music in Amer History/Culture MUS-229 Understanding Music Philosophy PHI-232 World Religions PHI-270 Introduction to Philosophy PHI-280 Ethics PHI-290 Intro to Logic Physical Education PED-109 Basketball PED-116 Golf PED-117 Advanced Golf PED-119 Karate PED-123 Karate II PED-141 Weight Training PED-143 Aerobics PED-152 Theory of Motor Learning PED-160 Trap and Skeet Shooting PED-172 Bsc Act Elem/Sec Child PED-185 B-Ball/V-Ball Sports Officiate PED-209 Aerobic Fitness PED-210 P/F Aerobic Fitness PED-219 Karate III PED-223 Karate IV PED-224 Karate V PED-225 Karate VI PED-226 Theory of Baseball PED-227 Theory of Basketball PED-228 Tech Bowling/Golf PED-244 Kinesiology PED-285 Fitness for Life Physical Therapist Assistant PTA-082 Fundamentals of PTA II PTA-093 Pathology for PTA PTA-096 Fundamentals of PTA IV PTA-098 PTA Seminar PTA-099 Pta Clinical Practicum V Physics PHY-110 Concepts of Physics PHY-115 Astronomy PHY-131 College Physics II PHY-140 University Physics I PHY-142 University Physics III PHY-240 Mechanics II Political Science POS-160 American National Government POS-162 State/Local Govern POS-264 Intro/Interntnl Rel Power Plant Technology PPT-052 Power Plant Technology II PPT-054 Power Plant Technology Physics Practical Nursing PNC-052 Practical Nursing II PNC-053 Basic Pharmacology I PNC-055 Basic Pharmacology II Psychology PSY-271 Intr/Psychology PSY-273 Abnormal Psychology PSY-274 Child Development PSY-275 Psych of Maturity and Old Age PSY-277 Social Psychology
Reading RDG-007 Fundamentals of Reading RDG-009 Essentials in Reading RDG-013 Preparation for ACT/SAT RDG-050 Reading and Study Skills I Recreation REC-181 Intro/Comm Recreat REC-190 Camping Service Learning SLN-200 Community Service Social Science SOS-050 Human Relations SOS-235 Death and Dying SOS-283 Introduction Research Methods Sociology SOC-280 Introduction to Sociology SOC-282 Social Problems SOC-286 Racial and Ethnic Groups Speech SPE-111 Intro to Speech Communication SPE-200 Interpersonal Communication SPE-220 Persuasive Speaking Strategies for Success SFS-101 Strategies for Success Technology TEC-006 CTE Math Skills TEC-043 Industrial Safety TEC-045 Introduction to Drafting TEC-048 Applied Shop Computations TEC-050 Technical Math I TEC-052 Technical Math II TEC-053 Technical Project Management TEC-054 Technical Math III TEC-056 Technical Math IV TEC-057 Intro to Renewable Energy TEC-058 Alternative Energy TEC-066 Resource Sustainability TEC-069 Site Assessment/Renew Energy TEC-080 Strength/Materials TEC-090 Education-To-Careers TEC-103 Engineering Graphics Welding WEL-047 Shielded Metal Arc Welding I WEL-048 Shielded Metal Arc Welding II WEL-053 Gas Tung Arc Welding/Alum WEL-054 Gas Tung Arc/Ss WEL-055 Pipefitting & Welding WEL-056 Metal Cutting and Fabrication WEL-057 Welding Fundamentals WEL-058 Gas Metal Arc Welding I WEL-059 Gas Metal Arc Welding II WEL-060 Gas Metal Arc Welding III WEL-061 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding Wind Technology WND-041 Wind Technology Maintenance I WND-042 Twr Rescue & Competent Climber