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Piedmont Community College Creating Success: Hope, Opportunity, Jobs

Fall 2011 Curriculum Class Schedule


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IMPORTANT DATES

Important Dates July 20-21 (9 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.)

Fall Registration

July 25 Priority deadline to apply for Financial Aid Aug. 4 Deadline to finalize Financial Aid applications All missing documents requested must be returned Aug. 11 All Financial Aid students not approved or completed must pay in full or have a College Foundation payment plan in place. Last day to pay for registration Any registrations that have not been paid by this date will be cancelled. Aug. 17– 18 (9 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.) Aug. 18 Aug. 18 Aug. 19 Aug. 20

Late Registration. Tuition must be paid at the time of Registration. Last day to withdraw with full refund. Distance Learning Face to Face Orientation, Caswell Campus 1- 2:30; Person Campus 5:30 - 7 First day of classes Registration for Saturday classes

Aug. 20 Aug. 25 Aug. 30 Aug. 30 Sept. 5 Sept. 28 Oct. 15-18 Oct. 18

Saturday classes begin Last day to add a class 10% point (Term Census Date) Last day to drop with 75 % refund Labor Day Holiday Pell Grant checks mailed Fall break Registration Second Minimester

Oct. 20 Oct. 20 Nov. 11 Nov. 23 – 26 Nov. 29 – Dec. 1

Last day to drop without penalty. After this day, the instructor will give the student a WF or WP depending on whether the student is failing or passing Second Minimester classes begin Veteran’s Day Holiday Thanksgiving Holidays Spring Registration

(8 a.m. – 10:30 p.m.)

(9 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.)

(9 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.)

Dec. 19 Last day of classes


TABLE OF CONTENTS, REGISTRATION INFORMATION

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Academic Success Center 58 Biotechnology 9 Caswell County Campus 16-19 Class Schedule 25-47 Costa Rica Trip 6 Distance Learning Information 49-51 Distance Learning Class Schedule 52-56 Diversity and Global Awareness 11 Electronic Health Records Certificate 6 Faculty Advisors List 24 Healthcare Management Technology 5 High School Programs 20 How to Entroll 21 Information Monitors & Facebook (NEW) 37 Information Technology 13 International Business & Business Studies 10 Learning Resources Centers 57

Medical Coding Medical Office Administration New PCC Website! Nursing & Medical Assisting Requirements (NEW!) Office Administration One Stop One Day PCC Career Center Pell Grants & Payment Plan Read N’ See Book Club Scholarships to Unversity Transfer Grads StepN2theArtZ 2011 Student ID’s (NEW) Student Expenses & Fees Student Support Services Technical Occupational Programs: Going Green! Transfer Students Unversity Transfer & Articulation Agreements

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Registration Information GET READY TO REGISTER FOR FALL SEMESTER!

Registration: July 20-21 (9 a.m.–6:30 p.m.) Late Registration: Aug. 17-18 (9 a.m.–6:30 p.m.) Registration for Saturday Classes: Aug. 20 (8 a.m.–10 a.m.) Registration for Second Minimester: Oct. 18 (9 a.m.-6:30 p.m.)

CLASSES BEGIN : FRIDAY, AUGUST 19­ Where to Register:

Person County Campus Building E

Caswell County Campus Building K

Returning students should see their academic advisors.


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STUDENT EXPENSES & FEES

Student Expenses

In-State Tuition: $66.50 per semester hour but not to exceed $1,064 per Fall, Spring, or Summer semester (subject to change by the NC General Assembly and/ or State Board of Community Colleges).

Out-of-State Tuition: $258.50 per semester hour but not to exceed $4,136 per Fall, Spring, or Summer semester (subject to change by the NC General Assembly and/or the State Board of Community Colleges).

Student Fees

Student fees provide funds for items and services not covered by tuition and registration fees. Student Activity Fees are charged to support student activities. Non-curriculum students are not required to pay the fee, but have an option to do so if they wish to participate in student activity programs. Technology Fees are charged to support the procurement, operation of, and repair of instructional technology including supplies and materials that accompany the technology. Campus Access Fees are charged to use the campus facilities, including parking, and to access College resources through distance learning. Student Liability Fees are charged to students whose course of study requires malpractice liability insurance. Student Fee Structure for 2011-12: Student Activity Fee $20 per semester (Fall and Spring) $10 per semester (Summer) Technology Fee $15 per semester (Fall and Spring) $ 8 per semester (Summer) Campus Access Fee $10 per semester (Fall and Spring) $ 5 per semester (Summer) Student Liability Fee $ 8 per semester (Fall, Spring, and Summer Student Accident Insurance 1.25 per semester (Fall, Spring, and Summer)

Tuition Refund Policy

Tuition refunds will be made upon request by the student as follows: Aug. 18: Last date to withdraw with 100% refund. Any course dropped between Aug. 19 and Aug. 30 will incur a 25% tuition charge. Aug. 30: Last date to withdraw with 75% refund. No refunds will be issued for withdrawal processed after Aug. 30.


HEALTHCARE MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGY

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Healthcare Management Technology

Prepare Yourself for an Exciting Career in the Healthcare Field Beginning this fall, PCC will offer a new A.A.S. degree. Healthcare Management Technology prepares students for employment in the healthcare business and financial operations in healthcare settings such as hospitals, medical offices, clinics, long-term care facilities and insurance companies. The curriculum places emphasis on planning, organizing, directing, and controlling tasks related to healthcare organizational objectives including the legal and ethical environment. Emphasis is placed on the development of effective communication, managerial, and supervisory skills. The HMT graduates are eligible to sit for various certification exams upon completion of the degree with a combination of a minimum of two years of experience. Eligible certifications include, but are not limited to, the Professional Association of Healthcare Office Managers (PAHCOM), the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA), the Certified Patient Account Manager (CPAM) and the Certified Manager of Patient Accounts (CMPA) examinations. Upon completion of the HMT program, PCC students will be prepared for business and financial employment opportunities in the healthcare field. For more information, contact Marianne Durling at durlinm@piedmontcc.edu , (336) 599-1181, ext. 402 or Dr. Sherry Stewart at stewars@piedmontcc.edu, ext. 411.

Students should register for the following courses this fall: ACA 111 College Student Success or ACA 122 College Transfer Success CIS 110 Introduction to Computers or CIS 111 Basic PC Literacy ENG 111 Expository Writing HMT 110 Intro to Healthcare Management OST 131 Keyboarding OST 141 Med Terms I-Med Office or MED 121 Medical Terminology ACC 120 Principles of Financial Accounting


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COSTA RICA TRIP & ELECTRONIC HEALTH RECORDS CERTIFICATE

Costa Rica!

Beaches! Volcanoes! Ziplining through the rain forest! ADVENTURE! Travel abroad with Piedmont Community College! Spend your Spring Break in the gorgeous tropical region of Costa Rica. Explore the country coast-tocoast, and see nature at its best.

Approximate dates: March 2-11, 2012

Program fee (approximately $1,900) includes: Airfare: Round-trip flights Transportation: Comfortable motor-coach Accommodations: 8 overnight stays in hotels with private bathrooms Meals: 3 meals daily (Days 2-8), dinner on arrival day and breakfast on departure day Tour director: Full-time tour director Sightseeing: Comprehensive sightseeing to natural attractions Optional excursions: Sarapiquí Canopy tour and whitewater rafting For more information, contact: Lynn Ward at wardl@piedmontcc.edu or call (336) 599-1181, ext. 425

Electronic Health Records Certificate Be prepared and be on the cutting edge of healthcare technology This fall, PCC will offer an Electronic Health Records certificate. Beginning 2014, the healthcare field will be required to use electronic health records. Be prepared and be on the cutting edge of healthcare technology.

EHR can improve patient care by: •Reducing the incidence of medical error by improving the accuracy and clarity of medical records. •Making health information available, reducing duplication of tests, reducing delays in treatment, and keeping patients well informed to take better decisions.

The following courses are required for the EHR certificate: OST 141 Med Terms I-Medical Office or MED 121 Medical Terminology I CIS 111 Basic PC Literacy OST 131 Keyboarding OST 137 Office Software Applications OST 241 Medical Office Transcription I OST 142 Med Terms II-Medical Office or MED 122 Medical Terminology II CTS 130 Spreadsheet


TECHNICAL OCCUPATIONAL PROGRAMS: GOING GREEN

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Technical & Occupational Programs are “Going Green”

You can “go green” at PCC in two of the College’s Technical and Occupational programs. You can earn a certificate in Green Carpentry or a certificate in Industrial Systems Technology- Sustainability Technologies. Green technology programs are being added as a part of the NC Community College Super Curriculum Improvement Project (Super CIP) of the NC Community College System.

Green Carpentry Students have diploma and certificate options within the Carpentry curriculum area. Students may chose Cabinetmaking or Green Tracks within the diploma or seek to gain a separate Green certificate. The Green Building Concepts introduces green building design, LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) and comparable certifications in modern building construction. Students will be able to incorporate ecological awareness and sustainable principles within the context of design and construction. They also will learn to integrate the many facets of program such as problem identification, proposal preparation, and conceptual design, as they engage in an environmental sustainability project as a part of their Capstone coursework.

Green Carpentry Certificate (Total Hours 18) Suggested Course Sequence CAR SST SST

110 110 250

Introduction to Carpentry Intro to Sustainability Sustain Capstone Project

2 3 3

CAR SST

111 140

Carpentry I Green Building Concepts

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Sustainable Technologies The Sustainability Technologies certificate is designed to prepare individuals for employment in environmental consulting, construction management, alternative energy, manufacturing, and related industries. The certificate coursework will help to prepare students to take the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP) entry level exam. Course work includes safety, productivity, problem solving, alternative energy resource management and environmental considerations. This new program will give PCC students the tools needed to communicate and actively participate in the world of sustainable and renewable resources.

Sustainability Technologies Certificate (Total Hours 18) Suggested Course Sequence SST 110 BPR 115 ALT 220

Introduction to Sustainability 3 Elc/Fluid Power Diagrams 2 Photovoltaic System Technology 3

ALT 120 Renewable Energy Technology ELC 112 DC/AC Electricity ISC 115 or 112 Construction or Industrial Safety

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OFFICE ADMINISTRATION & MEDICAL OFFICE ADMINISTRATION

Earn your OA or MOA degrees on either PCC campus You now have the option of earning your Office Administration or your Medical Office Administration degree at both of PCC’s campuses—the Person County Campus in Roxboro or the Caswell County Campus in Yanceyville. These two in-demand programs are offered in their entirety on both campuses. PCC’s Office Administration (OA) program prepares individuals for administrative careers. It equips office professionals to respond to the demands of a dynamic computerized workplace. Possible employment opportunities include: executive secretary, office manager, office assistant, clerical supervisor, and administrative assistant. The Medical Office Administration (MOA) program prepares individuals for employment in medical and other healthcare related offices. Employment opportunities are available in medical and dental offices, hospitals, insurance companies, laboratories, medical supply companies, and other healthcare related organizations. For more information about the Office Administration degree on the Person County Campus, contact Wanda Duncan at duncanw@piedmontcc.edu or (336) 599-1181, ext. 476. For more information about the Medical Office degree, contact Merlette Walker at walker@piedmontcc.edu or (336) 599-1181, ext. 287. For more information about the Office Administration degree on the Caswell County Campus, contact LaToya Smith at smithl@piedmontcc.edu or 694-5707, ext. 287.

Get Ready to Roll with

Learn how to kick it up to the next level with the newest version of Microsoft Office by majoring in Office Administration. For Caswell County students contact, LaToya Smith at smithl@piedmontcc.edu or (336) 694-5707, ext. 287. For Person County students, contact Wanda Duncan at duncanw@piedmontcc.edu or (336) 599-1181, ext. 476.


MEDICAL CODING & BIOTECHNOLOGY

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PCC continues to offer the Medical Coding Certificate in two semesters. Earn your Medical Coding Certificate in two semesters and enter into one of the fastest growing healthcare fields. PCC offers students the opportunity to become an integral part of this exciting and expanding field. The first semester of the medical coding certificate will be offered on the Person County Campus this fall.

MEDICAL CODING CERTIFICATE Students are required to take the following courses for the fall semester: OST OST MED OST

141 142 232 247

Med Terms I–Medical Office (1st 8wks) Med Terms II-Medical Office (2nd 8 wks) Medical Insurance Coding Procedure Coding (2nd 8wks)

Upon completion of the certificate, students are eligible to sit for the AAPC (American Academy of Professional Coders) medical coding exam and become a Certified Professional Coder (CPC). Contact Marianne Durling at durlinm@piedmontcc.edu or (336) 599-1181, ext. 402.

BioTech/Lab Tech

Biotechnology is a fascinating field which is at the cutting edge of science using living cells and materials produced by cells to create pharmaceutical, diagnostic, environmental and other products to benefit society. Piedmont Community College (PCC) offers an Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree, diploma and certificate in Biotechnology and an A. A. S. degree, diploma and certificate in Laboratory Technology. The Biotechnology curriculum is designed to meet the increasing demands for skilled laboratory technicians in various fields of biological and chemical technology. Graduates may find employment in various areas of industry and government, including research and development, manufacturing, sales, and customer service. PCC’s Laboratory Technology program prepares individuals for entry-level positions in a wide range of industries that perform laboratory testing of chemical, biological, and physical agents. Graduates qualify for employment opportunities in research, food processing, environmental monitoring, chemical production, and textile, agricultural, and pharmaceutical industries. For more information, contact Randy Durren at durrenr@piedmontcc.edu or (336) 599-1181 or visit www2.piedmontcc.edu/biotech/. Upon completion of the Biotechnology degree or Laboratory Technology degree, PCC has transfer agreements with four-year institutions, some of which offer full scholarships.


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INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS & BUSINESS STUDIES AND EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES

Learn about global trade, culture, finance, education, insurance, law, logistics, and marketing at PCC. The Business Administration International Business degree prepares individuals for positions in international business through studies in business, social science, foreign language, and specialized courses. After completion of the International Business degree, employment opportunities include import/export departments, freight forwarder companies, custom house brokerage firms, international banking, state and federal government organizations, world organizations, and other internationally active businesses. For more information, contact Nicholas Ogada at ogadan@ piedmontcc.edu or (336) 599-1181, ext. 415 or Dr. Sherry Stewart at stewars@piedmontcc.edu or call (336) 599-1181, ext. 411.

Business Studies and Emerging Technologies degrees, diplomas and certificates online: Associate in Applied Science Degree, Accounting Diploma – Accounting Certificate - Accounting Associate in Applied Science Degree, Business Administration Diploma – Business Administration Certificate – Business Administration Certificate – Small Business Management Certificate – Small Business Startup Certificate - Marketing Associate in Applied Science Degree, Business Administration – E- Commerce Diploma – Business Administration – E-Commerce Certificate – Business Administration – E-Commerce Associate in Applied Science Degree, Computer Information Technology Diploma – Computer Information Technology Certificate – Computer Information Technology – - Computing Technology Industry Association (Comp TIA: A+ and Network +) Associate in Applied Science Degree, Web Technologies Diploma – Web Technologies Certificate – Web Technologies Certificate – Web Technologies – Site Designer Certificate – Web Technologies – Web Technician Certificate – Web Technologies – Web Application Developer


DIVERSITY AND GLOBAL AWARENESS

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Diversity & Global Awareness PCC activities will increase your global awareness Piedmont Community College has a year-long schedule of activities that will increase your awareness of world cultures. Most of the activities are open to PCC students, faculty and staff and the general public. The events were planned by PCC’s Diversity and Global Awareness Committee. Established by the College, this committee’s mission is to “recognize diversity and promote global awareness across the curriculum by developing a mutual understanding, appreciation, and respect for age, race, gender, national origin, politics and cultural differences.” This year, the committee has planned several special events and celebrations. During Fall 2011 semester, Brown Bag discussions wil be held every third Wednesday of the month. Join us to travel the world! Hear about countries like Italy, Pakistan, Thailand and many others. Faculty, staff and administrators share their memories of traveling and all the adventures that come with it. Watch the digital displays on campus and your local newspaper for a schedule of events. The international theme for the Fall and Spring semesters in 2011 and 2012 will focus on the Chinese culture. StepN2theArtZ-5 will feature Chinese actors, musicians and other performers, and PCC’s reading and literature students will read works written by Chinese authors or focusing on a Chinese theme. The Learning Resources Centers’ Read ‘N See Book Club will continue the international theme of Chinese culture begun by StepN2theArtZ for its Sept. 28 event. The book for this year’s discussion is Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress. Watch for a schedule of events to be held by the LRC.


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ONE STOP ONE DAY

Person County Campus and Caswell County Campus students can complete a full semester of coursework in Accounting, Business Administration, or International Business while coming to campus just one day a week--on Wednesdays in a program to begin this fall. Courses will be offered in the Distance Learning room as hybrid courses. In a hybrid class, half of the class is taught face-to-face, and the other half is taught online. The following courses will be offered during Fall semester: ACC 129.41CP Individual Income Taxes 8-9:15 a.m. ECO 252.41CP Principles of Macroeconomics 9:30-10:45 a.m. BUS 110.41CP Introduction to Business 11-12:15 p.m. ACC 120.41CP Principles of Financial Accounting 12:30-1:45 p.m. BUS 153.41CP Human Resource Management 2:15-3:30 p.m. BUS 115.41CP Business Law I 3:45-5:00 p.m. BUS 260.41CP Business Communications 5:15-6:30 p.m. MKT 120 41CP Principles of Marketing 6:45-8:00 p.m.

Earn a semester of coursework in just one day

For Accounting, contact Mark Wencel at wencelm@piedmontcc.edu or (336) 599-1181, ext. 350. For Business Administration, contact William Hatchett at hatchew@piedmontcc.edu or (336) 599-1181, ext. 454. For International Business, contact Nicholas Ogada at ogadan@piedmontcc.edu or (336) 599-1181, ext. 415.

One Stop One Day ---Save Time and Gas


INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

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Information Technology What are the skills gained from having an Associate in Applied Science degree in Computer Information Technology, Computer Programming, Information Systems Security, or Web Technology? Piedmont Community College offers four Information Technology options. The Computer Information Technology degree develops a student’s ability to communicate complex technical issues related to computer hardware, software, and networks in a manner that computer users can understand. Classes cover computer operations and terminology, operating systems, database, networking, security, and technical support. Computer Information Technology prepares students for employment in entry-level positions such as desktop technician, computer help desk, and network technician. For more information, contact Donna Smith at smithd@piedmontcc.edu or call (336) 599-1181, ext. 416. Computer Programming students solve business computer problems through programming techniques and procedures, using appropriate languages and software. The primary emphasis of the curriculum is hands-on training in the programming and related computer areas that provide the ability to adapt as systems evolve. The Computer Programming degree prepares students for employment in entry-level positions such as programmers, programmer trainees, programmer/analysts, system technicians and database specialists. For more information, contact Paul Phillips at phillip@piedmontcc.edu or call (336) 599-1181, ext 413. Information Systems Security students gain sills in networking technologies, operating systems administration, information policy, intrusion detection, security administration, and industry best practices to protect data communications. Information Systems Security prepares students for entry level positions as computer security specialist, computer network security analyst, and computer security coordinator. For more information, contact Faith Harris at harrisf@piedmontcc.edu or call (336) 599-1181, ext. 415. The Web Technologies curriculum covers the terminology and use of computers, network devices, networks, servers, databases, applications, programming languages, as well as web applications, site development and design. The Web Technologies degree prepares you for career opportunities as web designers, web administrators, web developers, and support personnel in the areas of web applications, websites, web services, and related areas. For more information, contact Randy Parker at parkerr@piedmontcc.edu or call (336) 599-1181, ext. 414.


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UNIVERSITY TRANSFER & ARTICULATION AGREEMENTS

Attend PCC for two years and transfer to one of 35 four-year colleges and universities in the state. PCC has special transfer agreements with the following colleges and universities: Campbell University, Main Campus and RTP Campus

Franklin University Columbus, OH

UNCG UNCG (Bryan School of B&E)

NCCU

Accounting, Biotechnology, Business Administration, Computer Information Technology, Computer Programming, Information Systems Security, Medical Office Administration, Office Administration, , Web Technology Accounting, Business Administration, Business Administration – E-Commerce, Computer Programming, Computer Information Technology, Information Systems Security, Laboratory Technology, Office Administration, Medical Office Administration Biotechnology, Human Services, Nursing, Medical Assisting Accounting, Business Administration, Computer Information Technology, Office Administration Biotechnology, Business Administration, Human Services, Laboratory Technology, Nursing

Scholarships are available for PCC transfer students.

NCCU BRITE Schoarlship

North Carolina Central University offers a full scholarship through the BRITE (Biomanufacturing Research Institute and Technology Enterprise) program for students who transfer with an Associate in Science degree or an Associate in Applied Science degree in Biotechnology or Laboratory Technology. For more information regarding qualifications, please contact Randy Durren at durrenr@piedmontcc.edu

Phi Theta Kappa Scholarships

Phi Theta Kappa members are offered special scholarships with area universities such as North Carolina Central, North Carolina A & T, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina-Greensboro, and many others. Contact the PTK officers through the advisors Norwood Walker walkern@piedmontcc.edu or Edna Brown at browne@piedmontcc.edu.


SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE TO UT GRADS

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Scholarships available for Unversity Transfer Grads

Did you know?

• Our local universities would prefer that students who transfer from community college finish a two-year degree before applying? Obtain your Associate’s degree in small classes, with personal instruction, and at a bargain rate! • Quite a few universities and colleges offer community college students special scholarships to transfer? Check with Frances Lunsford in our college transfer office to see what might be available to you. • If you maintain good grades and join Phi Theta Kappa, the community college honor society, you are eligible for incredible scholarships and grants from most local universities?

Who to contact: Contact Phi Theta Kappa advisors for more information: Norwood Walker, walkern@piedmontcc.edu, (336) 599-1181, ext. 439 or Edna Brown, browne@piedmontcc.edu, (336) 694-5707, ext. 240.


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CASWELL COUNTY CAMPUS - EARLY CHILDHOOD

PCC’s Caswell County Campus Your Future Begins Here!

PCC’s Caswell Campus has lots to offer! Whether you need help with financial aid, scholarships, advising, registration, counseling, tutoring, purchasing books, researching papers, computer assistance, writing resumes, job hunting, or job training, you will find resources and support here. The Caswell County Campus, now more than ever, offers educational programs to meet your personal and career needs. We offer programs in the areas of:

• University Transfer • Cosmetology • Criminal Justice Technology • Digital Effects and Animation Technology • Early Childhood • Film and Video Production Technology • Medical Office Administration • Office Administration • Welding Technology Call and ask to speak with a PCC counselor today at (336) 694-5707.

Early Childhood Interested in staying busy and changing the lives of young children? A career in early childhood might be an option for you!

As a student in the Early Childhood Program you will learn how to make games for children to use in the classroom, about health, safety, and nutrition for young children, how to promote your center, and about different resources in the community to help families. CASWELL FALL COURSES EDU 119 01C Introduction to Early Childhood EDU 280 01C Language and Literacy EDU 280A 01C Language and Litearacy Lab EDU 234 01C Infant, Toddlers and Twos EDU 146 01C Child Guidance

MW M W T T

4 - 5:50 p.m. 6 - 8:50 p.m. 6 - 7:50 p.m. 6 - 8:50 p.m. 3 - 5:50 p.m.

To learn more about the Early Childhood program for the Caswell Campus, contact Katrina Madden-Shaw at (336) 694 – 5707, ext. 243.


CASWELL COUNTY CAMPUS - FVPT AND DEAT

FILM AND VIDEO PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY

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See Fall film courses on page 30

This fall the PCC Film and Video Production Technology program will continue their very successful collaboration with the University of North Carolina School of Arts (NCSA) School of Filmmaking. A total of 25 short films projects are scheduled for production in late October and early November. Students from PCC and UNCSA will work together to produce these projects. Students will have the opportunity to work with faculty and staff from both schools. Students will serve as directors, producers, cinematographers, set dressers, sound mixers and so much more‌. To learn more about the Film and Video Production program, call Michael Corbett at (336) 694-5707, ext. 271 or Ed Moye at (336) 694-5707, ext 270.

DIGITALEFFECTS ANDANIMATION TECHNOLOGY

Interested in exploring a career in Digital Effects & Animation, then the Graphics and Design Certificate is right for you.

New Graphics and Design Certificate!

Earn your certificate in two semesters!

The required classes are: DEA 111 DEA 112 DEA 221 FVP 220

Intro to DEAT 2D Design and Animation I Modeling Editing I

GRA 151 ART 171 WEB 120

Computer Graphics I or Computer Art I Intro Internet Multimedia

All of these credits can be applied towards the A.A.S. degree. The certificate will focus on the skills needed to produce basic motion graphics for editing. There are many applications for these skills in the job market. The certificate will enhance the skills needed to work for a company editing video for TV or web. To learn more about the Digital Effects and Animation Technology program at PCC, call Paula Hindman at (336) 694-5707, ext 272 or Chelsea Abbott at (336) 694-5707, ext 274.

Fall DEAT courses are on page 27.


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CASWELL COUNTY CAMPUS - COSMETOLOGY

Cosmetology

Creating Creativity One Cosmetologist at a time! Enroll in our NEW fall beginners class. It’s all in your hands!

Clinical Hours of Operation Monday – Thursday, 10:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Friday, 12:30.- 1:30pm Evenings Tue & Wed, 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Work done exclusively by advanced students. Walk-Ins welcome. No appointment necessary To learn more about the Caswell Cosmetology program, call Robin McLean at (336) 694-5707, ext. 234 or 261. For a list of Cosmetology courses, see pages 27-28


CASWELL COUNTY CAMPUS - HIGH SCHOOL OPPORTUNITIES

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Opportunities for High School Students

Jump-Start Your College Career! Whether you are trying to get a jump-start on your college courses or you’re looking at a way to enhance your high school or personal endeavors, high school students have a variety of options at PCC. High school students can earn college credit and high school elective at the same time. Students have a variety of courses to choose from and can earn college credits for each Huskins class they enroll in. The Caswell County Campus Huskins classes include:

• • • • • • • • • • •

Early Childhood Welding Criminal Justice Digital Media Arts Cosmetology Health Team Relations Biomedical Technology Anatomy and Physiology Beginning College Facility Maintenance Technology I and II (new fall program) Graphics Art I and II (new fall program)

To learn more about the Huskins Bill and Dual Enrollment programs, contact your high school counselor today.


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HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMS

PCC has programs for high school students Huskins Bill Program The Huskins program is a partnership between Piedmont Community College and our local school systems to provide high school juniors and seniors with the opportunity to take college courses. Courses are scheduled during the regular high school day, allowing students to earn both high school and college credit. Huskins courses provide several benefits to students such as free tuition and textbooks, an accelerated opportunity to complete a college degree, and the opportunity to experience a collegiate learning environment before leaving high school. Beginning this fall, students will not only be able to take face-to- face courses, but they also will have hybrid course opportunities, combining face-to-face classes with Internet instruction. Courses that can be taken include:

Biotechnology I and II (new fall program) Cosmetology I, II, III, and IV Criminal Justice I, II, III, and IV Early Childhood I, II, III, and IV Electronics I, II, and III Facility Maintenance Technology I, II, III, & IV

International Business I and II (new fall program) Laboratory Technology I, II, III, and IV Medical Sciences III (Spring Semester only) PCC Academic Elective I and II Business and *STEM Tracks Welding I, II, III, and IV *STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering, Math

If you are interested, let your high school counselor know during the registration period.

PCC Release (Formerly known as SPOT- Senior Punch Out Time) Qualified Person High seniors are allowed to partner with Piedmont Community College to take college classes, while being released from one PHS period during the fall and two during the spring semester. Students can earn nine or more semesters hours of college credit. Students may be charged tuition depending on the course. All students in this program must pay for books and supplies. PCC placement testing may be required. See your high school counselor or call Samantheo Marcellus at PCC for more information.


HOW TO ENROLL

New and transfer students follow steps 1 through 5. Returning students follow steps 3 through 5.

new & transfer students

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CHOOSE PROGRAM OF STUDY

Where: Student DevelopmentBuilding E, Person County Campus Room K122, Caswell County Campus

BEGIN THE ADMISSIONS PROCESS •

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Submit a completed PCC Application for Admission or online at http://www2.piedmontcc.edu/onlineapp Submit official transcripts of high school work, Adult High School Diploma, or GED scores, and if applicable, all post high school course work Schedule to take the Placement Test. If you have taken the ASSET/COMPASS at another community college you can have those scores forwarded to Office of Admissions. You can submit SAT scores of 500+ in reading, math, and writing to be exempt from testing. Contact the Office of Admissions for requirements that may apply to certain programs Where: Person County Campus, Building E, or (336) 599-1181, Ext. 272. Caswell County Campus. Room K122, or (336) 694-5707, Ext. 226

returning students begin here

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APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID (OPTIONAL)

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REGISTER FOR CLASSES

Where: Student Information DeskPerson County Campus, Building E, or (336) 599-1181, Ext. 272. Room K122, Caswell County Campus, or (336) 694-5717, Ext. 226

Where: Program Advisor’s Office

PAY FOR TUITION

Where: Inquire about Financial Aid: Financial Aid Office Building E, Person County Campus or Student Devleopment Building K Room 122 Caswell County Campus All others: Business Office, Building A, Person County Campus or Building K Room 111, Caswell County Campus

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PELL GRANTS, PAYMENT PLAN

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Eligibility • • • • • •

HOW TO APPLY FOR A PELL GRANT

Demonstration of financial need Possession of a High School Diploma or GED Full-time or part-time enrollment in a diploma or associate degree program U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen Compliance with selective service registration requirements (males only) Not in default on a federal student loan; no debt of overpayment of federal student aid funds

Application Procedure

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Obtain FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid Worksheet) at:

• www.fafsa.ed.gov

Documents needed:

• Income tax return 2010 • Sources of Untaxed Income * Child support received or paid * Cash received or money paid on your behalf • High School or GED transcripts

File the application (FAFSA)

• File on line at www.fafsa.ed.gov **Only Option This Year**

Staff will be available to help students file on-line in the Student Development suite, Building E, Person County Campus and at the Caswell Campus on the following registration dates:

July 20-21 Aug. 17-19

9 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. 9 a.m. – 6:30 p.m.

Additional times for assistance can be scheduled by calling (336) 599-1181 ext. 210

Helpful Tips:

1. If you apply on line and do not have a PIN #, print signature page, sign it and mail it in. 2. Keep a copy for your records. 3. PCC Federal School Code: 009646

Payment plan available

Are you having trouble coming up with your tuition payment in one single payment? Piedmont Community College has implemented a payment plan through College Foundation (CFI)). The plan allows tuition payments to be divided into four monthly payments. Students must pay a $20 enrollment fee per semester to participate in the payment plan. Students can apply for the payment plan through College Foundation by either going online to www.CFI.org or by phoning the call center to enroll. The phone number for the call center is 866-866-2362. If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact any Financial Aid Administrator for further details. Please note that students who are awarded financial aid do not need to enroll in the payment plan program.


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NEED HELP PAYING FOR CLASSES? PCC offers many options for financial aid and scholarships including:

Federal Financial Aid

Federal Pell Grant awards are based on financial need. To apply for the fall semester 2011 complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible and no later than July 25. Approval in time for registration is not guaranteed for filings occurring after this date. The FAFSA is also required for several types of grants and scholarships.

NC Community College Grant Program

These state funds provide up to $950 per year based on student need. Apply by filing the FAFSA.

NC Education Lottery Scholarship (ELS)

These state funds provide from $100 to $2,800 per year based on student need. Apply by filing the FAFSA.

PCC Foundation Scholarships

The Piedmont Community College Foundation awards approximately 110 scholarships annually to deserving students. Scholarships are awarded based on academic standing and financial need. For the Spring 2012 term, scholarship applications are due Oct. 14. For more information on available scholarships, contact the Foundation office at (336) 599-1181, ext. 204.

Veterans Benefits

Veterans of military service may be eligible for educational benefits. For more information contact the Financial Aid Office at the Person County Campus or call 599-1181, ext. 286.

North Carolina Model Teacher Education Consortium

Reduced tuition, full payment of fees, and assistance with textbooks are available to employees of the Person County Board of Education who are interested in becoming teachers and who enroll in university-transfer courses at PCC. Call PCC ext. 381 or the Consortium at 1-800-280-6985 or visit their website (www.ncmtec.org) for the latest information.

North Carolina A&T Scholarships

Non-renewable scholarships in the amount of $1,000 are available for a limited number of transfer students. For more information contact the Financial Aid Office at the Person County Campus or call 599-1181, ext. 381.


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FACULTY ADVISORS LIST

Faculty Advisors List Program

Person County Campus   (336) 599-1181 Caswell County Campus  (336) 694-5707  (Note: All extensions are Person County Campus unless otherwise noted.)

Accounting∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Mark Wencel (350) Associate in Arts∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Lynn Ward (417) Associate in Science ∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Lisa Cooley (421) Associate in Fine Arts∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Amy Levine (420) or Dr. Dawn Langley (428) Associate Degree Nursing∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Alisa Montgomery (436) Biotechnology ∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙Randy Durren (411) Business Administration∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ William Hatchett (454) Business Administration – International Business∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Nicholas Ogada (415) Business Administration – E-Commerce ∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ William Hatchett (454) Business Administration – WSSU Transfer Diploma∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Mark Wencel (350) Carpentry∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Doug Bent (320) Certified Nursing Assistant∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Angie Conner (434) Certified Nursing Assistant Weekend College∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Angie Conner (434) Computer Information Technology∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Donna Smith (416) Computer Programming∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙Paul Phillips (413) Cosmetology∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Deanna Ouzts (215) Robin McLean (Caswell 234) Criminal Justice Technology∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Lee Tate (245) Criminal Justice Technology, Latent Evidence Concentration ���������������������� Leet Tate (245) Digital Effects and Animation Technology∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Paula Hindman (Caswell 272) or Chelsea Abbott (Caswell 274) Early Childhood Associate ∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Dr. Carolyn Steele (260) Electrical/Electronics Technology∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Ted Treglown (238) Electrical Lineman Technology ∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Ted Treglown (238) Electrical Power Production Technology∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Mac McCormick (243) Facility Maintenance Technology∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Phil Catlett (234) Film and Video Production Technology∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Michael Corbett (Caswell 271) or Ed Moye (Caswell 270) General Occupational Technology∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Judy Bradsher (434) Gunsmithing∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Brian Zappia (244) Healthcare Management Technology∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Marianne Durling (402) Human Services Technology∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Sheri Narin (424) Human Services Technology, Social Services Concentration ��������������������� Sheri Narin (424) Industrial Systems Technology∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Dave Wehrenberg (243) Information Systems Security∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Randy Parker (414) Laboratory Technology∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙Randy Durren (411) Medical Assisting∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Brandy Loftis (466) Medical Coding∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Marianne Durling (402) Medical Office Administration∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Merlette Walker (287),Wanda Duncan (476), or LaToya Smith (Caswell - 228) Office Administration∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Merlette Walker (287),Wanda Duncan (476), LaToya Smith (Caswell - 228) Phlebotomy∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Barbara Hawn (470) School Age Education∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙Lynn Coates (447) Web Technologies∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Randy Parker (414) Welding Technology∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙∙ Scott Tatum (294) or John Moser (Caswell 694-4212)


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Interpreting Course Section Codes Course section codes (second set of numbers & letters in schedule listing) provide the following: how the course is delivered (first character), number of sections offered (second character, and where class meets (third character; P = Person County, C = Caswell County, T = Timberlake Center). Sometimes a fourth character appears if the course is divided into portions (A, B, C, etc.). Here’s how to interpret the various course delivery codes (first characters): 0 4 5 6 7 8 9 C * A ** † ‡

Traditional course: face-to-face regular classroom/lab instruction Teleclass/hybrid: taught in the distance learning classroom and has an internet component or exercises Teleweb: telecourse (TV, videotape or DVD-based instruction) with an internet component or exercises Hybrid course: face-to-face regular classroom/lab instruction with an internet component or exercises Internet courses: all instruction delivered on the internet (Some internet courses DO require coming to campus for tests or other exercises; check with the instructor or the class syllabus.) Teleclass: classes held in the distance learning classroom with the instruction broadcast from one campus to the other. Telecourse: instruction delivered by TV, videotape or DVD Computerized course: delivered in a computer lab with computer exercises; instructor is present Indicates students must also register for corresponding lab section of the class Denotes lab when follows course numbers with asterisks Denotes course with recommended preparation, additional course software, or special requirements, such as taking final exam on campus or at a proctored test site. In most cases, course software may be downloaded through PCC at no cost to students. Denotes pending state approval Special bundled text needs to be ordered at PCC bookstore

IMPORTANT NOTICE The list of courses in this brochure was complete at the time of publication. However, changes sometimes occur by the time of registration. If you do not see a course you need, please call the PCC Adminissions Office at (336) 599-1181, ext. 219 or 280 to inquire, or check the PCC website at www.piedmontcc.edu.

Course

Course Title

Hours

Days

Time

Accounting

ACC 120.41C/P Prin of Financial Accounting 4/5 W 12:30-1:45 pm ACC 120.71 Prin of Financial Accounting 4/5 INET ACC 129.41C/P Individual Income Taxes 3/4 W 8-9:15 am ACC 129.71 Individual Income Taxes 3/4 INET ACC 140.01P Payroll Accounting 2/3 TTH 5:30-6:45 pm ACC 140.71 Payroll Accounting 2/3 INET ACC 220.71 Intermediate Accounting I 4/5 INET ACC 270.71 International Accounting 3/3 INET

Business Administration/E-Commerce/International Business BUS 110.41C/P BUS 110.61P BUS 110.71 BUS 110.72 BUS 115.41C/P BUS 115.61P BUS 115.71 BUS 153.41C/P BUS 153.42C/P BUS 153.71

Introduction to Business Introduction to Business Introduction to Business Introduction to Business Business Law I Business Law I Business Law I Human Resource Management Human Resource Management Human Resource Management

3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3

W 11 am-12:15 pm T 5:30-6:45 pm INET INET W 3:45-5 pm T 7-8:15 pm INET W 2:15-3:30 pm S 9-10:15 am INET

Instructor

W. Hatchett W. Hatchett M. Wencel M. Wencel B. Murphy M. Wencel M. Wencel M. Wencel

W. Hatchett M. Robbins W. Hatchett W. Hatchett N. Ogada M. Robbins W. Hatchett N. Ogada R. Mardre W. Hatchett


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CLASS SCHEDULE Course

BUS 260.41C/P BUS 260.42C/P BUS 260.71 ECO 151.71 ECO 251.71 ECO 251.72 ECO 252.41C/P ECO 252.71 INT 210.71 MKT 120.41C/P MKT 120.71

Course Title

Business Communication Business Communication Business Communication Survey of Economics Prin of Microeconomics Prin of Microeconomics Prin of Macroeconomics Prin of Macroeconomics International Trade Principles of Marketing Principles of Marketing

Hours

3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3

Days

Time

W 5:15-6:30 pm S 10:30-11:45 am INET INET INET INET W 9:30-10:45 am INET INET W 6:45-8 pm INET

Certified Nursing Assistant

NAS 101.01P Nursing Assistant I 6/10 MW 8 am-2:30 pm TTH 8 am-2:30 pm NAS 101.02P Nursing Assistant I 6/10 MW 5:55-9:10 pm TTH 5:55-9:10 pm NAS 101.03P Nursing Assistant I 6/10 MW 5:55-9:10 pm TTH 5:55-9:10 pm NAS 101.04P Nursing Assistant I 6/10 F 5-9:10 pm S 8 am-2:30 pm NAS 101.05P Nursing Assistant I 6/10 F 5-9:10 pm S 8 am-2:30 pm NAS 102.01P Nursing Assistant II 6/11 MW 8 am-2:30 pm TTH 8 am-2:30 pm NAS 102.02P Nursing Assistant II 6/11 MW 5:55-9:10 pm TTH 5:55-9:10 pm NAS 103.01P Home Health Care 2/2 MW 8 am-2:30 pm TTH 8 am-2:30 pm NAS 104.01P Home Health Clinical 1/3 TBA NAS 105.01P Life Span Changes 2/2 MW 8 am-2:30 pm TTH 8 am-2:30 pm

Computer Information Technology/Computer Programming CIS 070.01C Fundamentals of Computing 1/2 CIS 070.01P Fundamentals of Computing 1/2 CIS 070.02C Fundamentals of Computing 1/2 CIS 070.02P Fundamentals of Computing 1/2 CIS 070.03C Fundamentals of Computing 1/2 CIS 070.03P Fundamentals of Computing 1/2 CIS 070.04P Fundamentals of Computing 1/2 CIS 110.01P Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 CIS 110.02P Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 CIS 110.61C Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 CIS 110.61P Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 CIS 110.62P Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 CIS 110.71 Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 CIS 110.72 Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4

TTH 8:30-10:20 am TTH 10-11:50 am TTH 5:30-7:20 pm TTH 5:30-7:20 pm TTH 8:30-10:20 am TTH 10-11:50 am TTH 5:30-7:20 pm MW 10-10:50 am MW 11-11:50 am TTH 10-10:50 am TTH 11-11:50 am M 9:30-10:45 am TH 5:30-6:45 pm TH 1:40-3:30 pm INET INET

Instructor

R. Mardre R. Mardre M. Robbins M. Wencel M. Wencel W. Hatchett M. Wencel M. Wencel N. Ogada B. Totten M. Robbins

K. Tingen S. Nemeth L. Chambers C. Jay K. Currie K. Tingen E. Elliott A. Conner A. Conner A. Conner

L. Smith W. Duncan D. Christensen D. Fox L. Smith W. Duncan D. Fox P. Phillips P. Phillips R. Parker K. Schnell F. Harris F. Harris R. Parker


CLASS SCHEDULE Course

Course Title

Hours

Days

CIS 110.73 CIS 110.74 CIS 110.75 CIS 115.61P CSC 153.71 CSC 239.71 CTS 120.71 CTS 130.61P CTS 130.71 CTS 285.71 DBA 110.71 NET 110.71 NOS 110.71 SEC 110.71

Introduction to Computers ** ‡ Introduction to Computers ** ‡ Introduction to Computers ** ‡ Intro to Prog & Logic C# Programming Advanced Visual BASIC Prog Hardware/Software Support Spreadsheet ** Spreadsheet ** Systems Analysis & Design Database Concepts ** Networking Concepts Operating Systems Concepts ** Security Concepts

3/4 3/4 3/4 3/5 3/5 3/5 3/5 3/4 3/4 3/3 3/5 3/4 3/5 3/3

INET INET INET T 5:30-6:45 pm INET INET INET M 5:30-6:45 pm INET INET INET INET INET INET

D. Smith F. Harris K. Schnell P. Phillips D. Bowen P. Phillips S. O’Hara R. Parker D. Smith P. Phillips D. Smith D. Smith D. Smith F. Harris

MW TTH M M MTWTH MW MW TTH

R. McLean F. Smith M. Woods Staff R. McLean F. Smith

Cosmetology COS 111.01C Cosmetology Concepts I 4/4 COS 111.01P Cosmetology Concepts I 4/4 COS 111A.01P Cosmetology Concepts I 2/2 COS 111B.01C Cosmetology Concepts I 2/2 COS 112.01C Salon I 8/24 COS 112.01P Salon I 8/24

Time

8-9:50 am 8-9:50 am 5:30-7:30 pm 5:30-7:30 pm 10 am-4:30 pm 8 am-12 pm 12:30-4:30 pm 10 am-2:30 pm

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Placement Test Dates

PCC applicants to all programs are required to take the placement tests, including a computer skills placement test. Students transferring from another institution who have completed college-level English and math, or special students who are not enrolling in a program requiring English or math are exempt.

Person County Campus All tests will be administered in Room E150

Caswell County Campus All tests will be administered in Room 124A

9 - 11 a.m. Thursday, July 14 Wednesday, July 20 Thursday, July 28 Wednesday, Aug. 3 Monday, Aug. 8 Wednesday, Aug. 10 Thursday, Aug. 11 Wednesday, Aug. 17 Tuesday, Aug. 23 Thursday, Aug. 25 Tuesday, Aug. 23 Thursday, Aug. 25 Tuesday, Aug. 30 Wednesday, Aug. 31

11 a.m.-1 p.m. 5-7 p.m. Tuesday, July 12 Monday, July 11 Thursday, July 14 Wednesday, July 13 Tuesday, July 19 Monday, July 18 Tuesday, July 26 Monday, July 25 Thursday, July 28 Wednesday, July 27 Tuesday, Aug. 2 Monday, Aug. 1 Thursday, Aug. 4 Wednesday, Aug. 3 Tuesday, Aug. 9 Monday, Aug. 8 Thursday, Aug. 11 Wednesday, Aug. 10

3 - 5 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 17 Thursday, Aug. 18 4-6 p.m. Thursday, July 14 Wednesday, July 20 Thursday, July 28 Tuesday, Aug. 2 Thursday, Aug. 11 5-7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 22 Wednesday, Aug. 31

Other times by appointment (both campuses) Applicants pay no fee to take the placement test. To reserve a seat, call (336) 599-1181, Ext. 272 in Person County, or (336) 694-5707 in Caswell County. Placement tests require approximately two hours to complete.


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CLASS SCHEDULE Course

Course Title

Hours

Days

Time

Instructor

COS 112A.01P Salon I 4/12 M 7:40-9:45 pm TW 5-10 pm COS 112B.01C Salon I 4/12 M 7:45-9:45 pm TW 5-10 pm COS 113.01P Cosmetology Concepts II 4/4 TTH 8-9:50 am COS 114.01P Salon II 8/24 MW 8 am-12 pm MW 12:30-4:30 pm TTH 10 am-2:30 pm COS 115.01C Cosmetology Concepts III 4/4 TTH 8-9:50 am COS 115.02C Cosmetology Concepts III 4/4 M 5:30-7:30 pm COS 116.01C Salon III 4/12 TTH 10 am-12 pm TTH 12:30-4:30 pm COS 116.02C Salon III 4/12 M 7:45-9:45 pm TW 5-10 pm COS 117.01P Cosmetology Concepts IV 2/2 M 8-9:50 am COS 118.01P Salon IV 7/21 M 10 am-12 pm M 12:30-4:30 pm W 8 am-12 pm W 12:30-4 pm TTH 10 am-2:30 pm COS 240.01C Contemporary Design 2/4 MW 10 am-12 pm COS 240.01P Contemporary Design 2/4 TTH 2:40-4:30 pm

Criminal Justice Technology CJC 111.81C/P CJC 114.01P CJC 120.01P CJC 121.81C/P CJC 132.81C/P CJC 141.71 CJC 144.01P

Intro to Criminal Justice Investigative Photography Interviews/Interrogations Law Enforcement Operations Court Procedure & Evidence Corrections Crime Scene Processing

3/3 2/3 2/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/5

TTH 7-8:20 pm MW 5-6:20 pm MW 3:30-4:50 pm TTH 5:30-6:50 pm TTH 12:30-1:50 pm INET MW 4-5:50 pm

M. Woods A. Beard D. Ouzts D. Ouzts R. McLean A. Beard R. McLean A. Beard D. Ouzts D. Ouzts

Staff F. Smith K. Hux H. Tate H. Tate K. Hux D. Gooch W. Jones Staff

DEAT check out our Digital Effects and Animation Technology classes on the next page

Goblin, is a 3D character image from Michael Freeman, student Cogs is an image createdin Flash by Josh McDaniels, student


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Student Government Association

PCC’s Student Government Association (SGA) will sponsor the following activities during the Fall Semester. Watch for dates and times.

2011– 2012 SGA Officers

Perry Duncan President Matthew Jones Vice President Lisa Neely Secretary Shelli Raymond Treasurer Anita Epps Parliamentarian Gary Robinson Publicity Officer Student Activities Council (SAC)

The Student Activity Council concentrates on providing a variety of campus activities for students. The SAC is advised by the Coordinator of Campus Activities Leighann Long. If you are interested in getting involved contact her. In the past, the SAC has sponsored holiday meals for all students, Fall Festivals and Spring Fling. There are lots of new activities planned for the 2011-2012 academic year, and PCC would love to have each of you “Get Involved!” Fall Semester SAC is hosting a Halloween party, Fall Festival, Old Fashioned Christmas at the Kirby and much more! See your Student Planner for more information.

Course

Course Title

Hours

Days

Time

CJC 146.01P CJC 213.81C/P CJC 221.01P CJC 222.01P CJC 245.01P CJC 261.01P CJC 262.01P CJC 263.01P

Trace Evidence Substance Abuse Investigative Principles Criminalistics Friction Ridge Analysis High-Risk Situations High-Risk Event Planning Motorcade Safety

3/5 3/3 4/5 3/3 3/5 2/3 2/3 2/3

MW TTH TTH TTH TTH MW MW MW

6-8:20 pm 2-3:20 pm 3:30-5:50 pm 6-7:20 pm 6:30-8:50 pm 1-2:20 pm 2:30-3:50 pm 4-5:20 pm

TTH MW MW TTH TTH MW F M

3:45-6:55 pm 3:20-5:10 pm 9:30-11:20 am 1-3:20 pm 10:30 am-12:50 pm 12:30-2:50 pm 9:30 am-5:20 pm 1-2:15 pm

Digital Effects and Animation Technology ART 131.01C GRA 151.01C DEA 111.01C DEA 212.01C DEA 214.01C DEA 221.01C DEA 230.01C WEB 120.61P

Drawing I Computer Graphics I Introduction to DEAT 2D Design & Animation II 3D Design & Animation II DEAT Modeling Implementation Project I Intro Internet Multimedia

3/6 2/4 3/4 3/5 3/5 3/5 4/8 3/4

Instructor

Staff D. Gooch H. Tate H. Tate Staff J. Long J. Long J. Long

Staff P. Hindman P. Hindman P. Hindman C. Abbott C. Abbott C. Abbott D. Smith

Early Childhood EDU 119.01C EDU 119.01P EDU 144.01P EDU 144.71 EDU 146.01C EDU 146.71 EDU 151.01P

Intro to Early Child Educ Intro to Early Child Educ Child Development I Child Development I Child Guidance Child Guidance Creative Activities

4/4 4/4 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3

MW 4-5:50 pm S 9 am-12:50 pm M 3-5:50 pm INET T 3-5:50 pm INET TH 4-6:50 pm

K. Madden C. Steele C. Steele S. Beshears Staff L. Coates S. Beshears


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CLASS SCHEDULE Course

Course Title

Hours

Days

Time

Instructor

EDU 151A.01P Creative Activities Lab 1/2 TH 7-8:50 pm EDU 216.71 Foundations of Education 4/4 INET EDU 221.71 Children With Exceptional 3/3 INET EDU 234.01C Infants, Toddlers, & Twos 3/3 T 6-8:50 pm EDU 259.01P Curriculum Planning 3/3 M 6-8:50 pm EDU 261.01P Early Childhood Admin I 3/3 W 5:30-8:20 pm EDU 261.71 Early Childhood Admin I 3/3 INET EDU 280.01C Language & Literacy Exp 3/3 M 6-8:50 pm EDU 280.01P Language & Literacy Exp 3/3 T 3-5:50 pm EDU 280.71 Language & Literacy Exp 3/3 INET EDU 280A.01C Literacy Exp Lab 1/2 W 6-7:50 pm EDU 280A.01P Literacy Exp Lab 1/2 T 6-7:50 pm EDU 280A.02P Literacy Exp Lab 1/2 T 6:20-8:10 pm EDU 284.01P Early Child Capstone Prac 4/10 TH 5-5:50 pm

Electrical Power Production Technology ELC 112.01P ELC 128.01P ELC 128.02P ELC 213.01P ELC 213.02P ELN 131.01P EPP 110.01P EPP 112.01P

DC/AC Electricity Intro to PLC Intro to PLC Instrumentation Instrumentation Semiconductor Applications Intro to Power Plant Oper Fuels and Combustion

5/9 3/5 3/5 4/5 4/5 4/6 2/2 3/3

MW MW TTH TTH TTH TTH TTH MW

5:30-9:50 pm 10 am-12:20 pm 5:30-7:50 pm 12-2:20 pm 12:20-2:40 pm 8:30-11:20 am 2:30-3:20 pm 8-9:20 am

S. Beshears L. Coates A. Villines Staff C. Steele C. Steele A. Villines K. Madden C. Steele L. Coates K. Madden C. Steele C. Steele A. Villines Staff J. McCormick J. McCormick J. McCormick J. McCormick Staff J. McCormick J. McCormick

Student Organizations Under the sponsorship of the SGA, PCC offers opportunities for students to build their leadership skills and experiences by participating in student clubs and activities. Some of the clubs or organizations are for majors in various programs of study while others have specific membership requirements, such as grade point average. For information, contact the faculty sponsor listed below: Student Organizations

Advisor

Student Activities Council Student Government Association Phi Theta Kappa Student Nursing Association C.A.R.E. Film/Video Production Technology Club ACM Student Siggraph Chapter Criminal Justice Club PBL (Business Club) Engage Minority Male Initiative (3M) Science Club Athletic Club LEO Club Veteran’s Club Medical Assisting Club Women’s 3M Spanish Club

Leighann C. Long x213 E230A Stephen De Simone x435 L121 Norwood Walker x439 L116 Edna Brown 694-5707 Caswell Alisa Montgomery x436 L111 Sheri Narin x424 L130 Kathy Oakley x438 L108 Ed Moye 694-5707 Caswell Chelsea Abbott 694-5707 Caswell Lee Tate x245 B107 Merlette Walker x287 C101 Kay Ferguson x281 E137 Benita Graves x266 E144 Jason Pulley 694-5707 Caswell Paul Phillips x413 L132 Heather Barker x417 L131 Dean Christensen Dean Christensen Brandy Loftis x238 F107 Schenika Silver 694-5707 Caswell Karl Fisher x418 L125

At…

Room #

email address longl@piedmontcc.edu desimos@piedmontcc.edu walkern@piedmontcc.edu browne@piedmontcc.edu montgoa@piedmontcc.edu narins@piedmontcc.edu oakleyk@piedmontcc.edu moyee@piedmontcc.edu abbottc@piedmontcc.edu tatel@piedmontcc.edu walkerm@piedmontcc.edu fergusu@piedmontcc.edu gravesb@piedmontcc.edu pulleyj@peidmontcc.edu phillp@piedmontcc.edu allmonh@piedmontcc.edu christed@piedmontcc.edu christed@piedmontcc.edu loftisb@piedmontcc.edu silvers@piedmontcc.edu fisherk@piedmontcc.edu


CLASS SCHEDULE Course

Course Title

Hours

Days

EPP 210.01P ISC 112.01P ISC 128.01P MNT 110.01P MNT 110.02P MNT 110.03P PHY 110.01P PHY 110A.01P SEC 110.71

Power Plant Systems Industrial Safety Industrial Leadership Intro to Maint Procedures Intro to Maint Procedures Intro to Maint Procedures Conceptual Physics Conceptual Physics Lab Security Concepts

3/4 2/2 2/2 2/4 2/4 2/4 3/3 1/2 3/3

MW 1:30-3:20 pm MW 8-8:50 am W 9-10:50 am TTH 8-9:50 am TTH 2-3:50 pm TTH 7:30-9:20 am TTH 4-5:20 pm TTH 5:30-6:20 pm INET

Electrical/Electronics Technology DFT 119.01P DFT 119.02P ELC 112.01P ELC 113.01P ELC 115.01P ELN 131.01P ELN 232.01P ISC 112.01P PHY 110.01P PHY 110A.01P SEC 110.71

Basic CAD Basic CAD DC/AC Electricity Basic Wiring I Industrial Wiring Semiconductor Applications Intro to Microprocessors Industrial Safety Conceptual Physics Conceptual Physics Lab Security Concepts

Time

31

Instructor

J. McCormick D. Wehrenberg D. Wehrenberg D. Wehrenberg D. Wehrenberg D. Wehrenberg M. Czysz M. Czysz F. Harris

2/3 2/3 5/9 4/8 4/8 4/6 4/6 2/2 3/3 1/2 3/3

M 9-11:40 am MW 1:30-2:50 pm MW 5:30-9:50 pm TTH 5:30-9:20 pm MW 5-8:50 pm TTH 8:30-11:20 am TTH 1-3:50 pm MW 8-8:50 am TTH 4-5:20 pm TTH 5:30-6:20 pm INET

D. Wehrenberg D. Wehrenberg Staff J. Catlett J. Catlett Staff Staff D. Wehrenberg M. Czysz M. Czysz F. Harris

Graduation 2012 - It’s Not Too Early to Be Thinking About It! Deadline for Priority Application For May 2012 Graduation is December 2, 2011. All applications received by the deadline will be reviewed prior to beginning of Spring 2012 semester and students notified in time to make schedule changes if necessary. Apply early and be sure!

Facility Maintenance AHR 120.01P BPR 130.01P CAR 110.01P CAR 111CA.01P DFT 119.01P DFT 119.02P ELC 113.01P ELC 115.01P MAS 140.01P MEC 111.01P MNT 110.01P MNT 110.02P MNT 110.03P SST 250.01P WLD 112.01P WLD 112.02P WLD 112.03P

HVACR Maintenance Blueprint Reading-Const Introduction to Carpentry Carpentry I Basic CAD Basic CAD Basic Wiring I Industrial Wiring Intro to Masonry Machine Processes I Intro to Maint Procedures Intro to Maint Procedures Intro to Maint Procedures Sustain Capstone Project Basic Welding Processes Basic Welding Processes Basic Welding Processes

2/4 2/3 2/2 3/6 2/3 2/3 4/8 4/8 2/3 3/5 2/4 2/4 2/4 3/7 2/4 2/4 2/4

TTH MW WF WF M MW TTH MW M TTH TTH TTH TTH TTH W W F

3:30-5:20 pm 3:30-4:50 pm 4-7:50 pm 4-8:20 pm 9-11:40 am 1:30-2:50 pm 5:30-9:20 pm 5-8:50 pm 5:30-8:20 pm 4-6:20 pm 8-9:50 am 2-3:50 pm 7:30-9:20 am 3:30-6:50 pm 8-11:50 am 6-9:50 pm 8-11:50 am

J. Catlett J. Catlett D. Bent D. Bent D. Wehrenberg D. Wehrenberg J. Catlett J. Catlett D. Bent D. Wehrenberg D. Wehrenberg D. Wehrenberg D. Wehrenberg D. Bent J. Tatum J. Whitfield J. Whitfield


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CLASS SCHEDULE, NEW STUDENT ID’S Course

Course Title

Hours

Days

Time

WLD 112.04P WLD 112.05P WLD 112.06P

Basic Welding Processes Basic Welding Processes Basic Welding Processes

2/4 2/4 2/4

TH M M

6-9:50 pm 6-9:50 pm 8-11:50 am

Film and Video Production Technology

FVP 111.01C Intro. to Film and Video 3/5 M 12:30-5:20 pm FVP 112.01C Art Dept Operations I 3/5 W 1-5:50 pm FVP 113.01C Grip & Electrical I 3/5 TH 12:30-5:20 pm FVP 114.01C Camera & Lighting I 3/5 T 12:30-5:20 pm FVP 211.01C Continuity and Locations 3/5 TH 5:30-10:20 pm FVP 212.01C Production Techniques I 5/13 FS 8 am -3:50 pm FVP 220.01C Editing I 3/5 W 8 am-12:50 pm FVP 221.01C Editing II 3/5 W 1:30-6:20 pm FVP 238.01C Software Apps for FVP 3/5 T 12:30-5:20 pm FVP 250.01C Production Specialties I 3/7 F 8 am-3:50 pm FVP 251.01C Product. Specialities II 3/7 F 8 am-3:50 pm

General Education and University Transfer ACA 111.01C ACA 111.01P ACA 111.02P ACA 111.03P

College Student Success College Student Success College Student Success College Student Success

1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1

MW MW MW TH

12-2:50 pm 10-10:50 am 10-10:50 am 12-1:50 pm

Get Your New Student ID

Beginning with the Fall 2011 semester, Piedmont Community College will move to a new type of student identification card and will also implement a new Student ID procedure. All identification cards will now include a photo of the student, and students are expected to wear their ID cards. • Student identification (ID) cards will be issued when the student is officially registered in on-campus classes (Adult Basic Skills, Curriculum, HRD, etc.). ID machines are located in the Student Development Office on the Caswell and Person County Campuses. • Students enrolled in short-term classes and visitors to campus will be asked to get a temporary campus ID at the Security Office. • The ID card admits students to social, cultural, and educational events on campus and should be available for identification on campus at all times. Student ID’s help PCC to maintain a safe and secure environment, and students must provide identification when requested by any College official. Please come by the Student Development Office on either campus in August to get your new Student ID.

Instructor

J. Tatum J. Whitfield J. Tatum M. Corbett J. Janis M. Moore J. Quade M. Moore M. Corbett E. Moye E. Moye E. Moye M. Corbett M. Corbett S. Silver B. Totten V. Ferguson S. Silver


CLASS SCHEDULE, STEPN2THEARTZ

StepN2theArtZ 2011 China

Piedmont Community College’s fifth annual StepN2theArtZ event will feature music, performances, art, writers and food from China! Come see what the largest country in the world has to offer. They gave us calligraphy, panda bears, Chinese dragons, and delicious food, but there’s much more. Our schedule will be available online in late summer. Check our Facebook page for updated info: http://www.facebook.com/pages/StepN2theArtZ/110097839042137

Course

Course Title

Hours

Days

Time

Instructor

ACA 111.04P ACA 111.05P ACA 111.61P ACA 111.71 ACA 111.72 ACA 111.73 ACA 122.01C ACA 122.01P ACA 122.02P ACA 122.03P ACC 120.41C/P ACC 120.71 ART 111.71 ART 131.01C ART 131.01P ART 132.01P ART 240.01P ART 241.01P ART 264.61P ART 265.61P ART 281.01P ART 282.01P ART 283.01P ART 283.02P ART 284.01P ART 284.02P AST 151.61P AST 151A.61P BIO 094.01C BIO 094.01P

College Student Success College Student Success College Student Success College Student Success ** College Student Success ** College Student Success ** College Transfer Success College Transfer Success College Transfer Success College Transfer Success Prin of Financial Accounting Prin of Financial Accounting Art Appreciation Drawing I Drawing I Drawing II Painting I Painting II Digital Photography I Digital Photography II Sculpture I Sculpture II Ceramics I Ceramics I Ceramics II Ceramics II General Astronomy I General Astronomy I Lab Concepts of Human Biology Concepts of Human Biology

1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 1/1 4/5 4/5 3/3 3/6 3/6 3/6 3/6 3/6 3/5 3/5 3/6 3/6 3/6 3/6 3/6 3/6 3/3 1/2 4/5 4/5

TTH 12-12:50 pm B. Graves TH 4-5:50 pm S. Marcellus S 8-9:45 am J. Solomon INET J. Solomon INET J. Solomon INET S. Marcellus F 10-10:50 am M. Jones M 9-9:50 am M. Jones W 6:30-7:20 pm M. Jones W 2-2:50 pm M. Jones W 12:30-1:45 pm W. Hatchett INET W. Hatchett INET J. Crosby TTH 3:45-6:35 pm Staff TTH 9:30 am-12:20 pm A. Levine TTH 9:30 am-12:20 pm A. Levine TTH 2-4:50 pm A. Levine TTH 2-4:50 pm A. Levine F 10 am-12:20 pm J. Janis W 9-11:20 am J. Janis MW 1-3:50 pm A. Levine MW 1-3:50 pm A. Levine TTH 10 am-12:50 pm J. Reimer TTH 6-8:50 pm J. Reimer TTH 10 am-12:50 pm J. Reimer TTH 6-8:50 pm J. Reimer F 4-5:20 pm M. Czysz F 5:30-6:20 pm M. Czysz MW 10 am-12:20 pm K. Wettermark TTH 3-5:20 pm L. McKay

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CLASS SCHEDULE Course

Course Title

Hours

Days

Time

BIO 094.02P BIO 094.03P BIO 111.01C BIO 111.01P BIO 111.61P BIO 111.71 BIO 112.61P BIO 163.01P BIO 163.02P BIO 168.01C BIO 168.01P BIO 168.02P BIO 168.03P BIO 169.01P BIO 250.01P BUS 110.41C/P BUS 110.61P BUS 110.71 BUS 110.72 BUS 115.41C/P BUS 115.61P

Concepts of Human Biology Concepts of Human Biology General Biology I ** General Biology I ** General Biology I ** General Biology I ** General Biology II Basic Anat & Physiology Basic Anat & Physiology Anatomy and Physiology I Anatomy and Physiology I Anatomy and Physiology I Anatomy and Physiology I Anatomy and Physiology II Genetics Introduction to Business Introduction to Business Introduction to Business Introduction to Business Business Law I Business Law I

4/5 4/5 4/6 4/6 4/6 4/6 4/6 5/6 5/6 4/6 4/6 4/6 4/6 4/6 4/6 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3

TTH 9-11:20 am MW 5-7:20 pm TTH 3:10-6 pm TTH 1-3:50 pm W 1-3:50 pm INET M 1-3:50 pm TTH 8:30-11:20 am MF 8:30-11:20 am TTH 12-2:50 pm TTH 9-11:50 am WF 9-11:50 am MW 12-2:50 pm MW 3:30-6:20 pm MW 9-11:50 am W 11 am-12:15 pm T 5:30-6:45 pm INET INET W 3:45-5 pm T 7-8:15 pm

Instructor

L. McKay K. Wettermark J. Pulley K. Hester L. McKay B. Glass L. McKay K. Hester K. Hester J. Pulley S. Desimone J. Pulley S. Desimone S. Desimone Staff W. Hatchett M. Robbins W. Hatchett W. Hatchett N. Ogada M. Robbins

PCC student receives Academic Excellence Award Piedmont Community College (PCC) student Jonitta Davis of Roxboro received an Academic Excellence Award from the NC Community College System in recognition of her academic achievements at PCC. She graduated in May with an associate degree in computer programming with an almost perfect 3.96 grade point average. Like many community college students, her road to a degree did not follow a straight path. She completed three years at a North Carolina university working towards an engineering degree before dissatisfaction with her education made her decide to drop out. As a wife and mother, she moved to another state and put her education on the back burner—until her life took some dramatic changes. Following the loss of her mother to a drunk driver, Davis’ felt her life began to unravel. She would soon find herself a single mother as well, moving herself and her three daughters to her dad’s home in North Carolina. After being a stay at home mom for more than six years, she found herself at crossroads.

“At a time when I was dealing with personal life-changing experiences, Piedmont Community College became my stepping stone for a new beginning,” said Davis. “I felt helpless. When I received the PCC class schedule in the mail, I realized that going back to school was an opportunity that was going to give me a chance to eventually provide for my girls.” At PCC, she found what she needed—both in education and student support. “I never would have imagined that PCC would also become an extended family. PCC’s great staff, faculty and diverse enrollment made me feel welcomed, appreciated, and unique. PCC helped me realize that my potential is endless, and I appreciate that.”


CLASS SCHEDULE, HYCO REVIEW Course

Course Title

Hours

BUS 115.71 Business Law I 3/3 CHM 092.01C Fundamentals of Chemistry 4/5 CHM 092.01P Fundamentals of Chemistry 4/5 CHM 131.01P Introduction to Chemistry 3/3 CHM 131A.01P Intro to Chemistry Lab 1/3 CHM 132.01P Organic and Biochemistry 4/6 CHM 151.01P General Chemistry I 4/6 CHM 152.01P General Chemistry II 4/6 CIS 070.01C Fundamentals of Computing 1/2 CIS 070.01P Fundamentals of Computing 1/2 CIS 070.02C Fundamentals of Computing 1/2 CIS 070.02P Fundamentals of Computing 1/2 CIS 070.03C Fundamentals of Computing 1/2 CIS 070.03P Fundamentals of Computing 1/2 CIS 070.04C Fundamentals of Computing 1/2 CIS 070.04P Fundamentals of Computing 1/2 CIS 110.01P Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 CIS 110.02P Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 CIS 110.61C Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 CIS 110.61P Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 CIS 110.62P Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 CIS 110.71 Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 CIS 110.72 Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 CIS 110.73 Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 CIS 110.74 Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 CIS 110.75 Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 CIS 115.61P Intro to Prog & Logic 3/5 COM 120.01C Intro Interpersonal Com 3/3

Days

Time

INET TTH 6-8:20 pm TTH 9-11:20 am MTW 1:40-2:39 pm MTW 2:40-3:30 pm TTH 3-5:50 pm MW 12-2:50 pm TTH 12-2:50 pm TTH 8:30-10:20 am TTH 10-11:50 am TTH 5:30-7:20 pm TTH 5:30-7:20 pm TTH 8:30-10:20 am TTH 10-11:50 am TTH 5:30-7:20 pm TTH 5:30-7:20 pm MW 10-10:50 am MW 11-11:50 am TTH 10-10:50 am TTH 11-11:50 am M 9:30-10:45 am TH 5:30-6:45 pm TH 1:40-3:30 pm INET INET INET INET INET T 5:30-6:45 pm TTH 10:30-11:45 am

Hyco Review Person and Caswell County music, film, art and literature in The Hyco Review!

The Hyco Review, an arts and literary magazine, the online arts and literary magazine published by Piedmont Community College, is accepting submissions for its 2012 issue. The deadline for this year’s submissions is Dec. 15. All PCC students and Person and Caswell County writers, artists, photographers, filmmakers and musicians are encouraged to submit photographs, art, poetry, fiction, essays, music, audio, film and video and digital media. For general guidelines, check www.piedmontcc.edu/hycoreview

Instructor

W. Hatchett Staff Staff A. Warren A. Warren A. Warren Staff J. Jamerson L. Smith W. Duncan D. Christensen D. Fox L. Smith W. Duncan Staff D. Fox P. Phillips P. Phillips R. Parker K. Schnell F. Harris F. Harris R. Parker D. Smith F. Harris K. Schnell P. Phillips E. Plizga

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CLASS SCHEDULE, PCC CAREER CENTER

PCC Career Center Looking for Information About a New Career? Looking for a Job? Looking for an employee? The PCC Career Center provides ongoing services and resources to help students explore career options, prepare for a career, learn job search skills, and find employment. The Career Center also provides employers the opportunity to access potential employees. Check out PCC’s CAREER CONNECTION WEB SITE • See job openings listed by area employers • Send your resume to employers via the web site • Post job openings at your business

CONTACT: Samantheo Marcellus, Advisor/Career Counselor Person County Campus, Bldg. E, Career Center (336) 599-1181, ext. 255 www.pcccareerconnection.com Course

Course Title

Hours

Days

Time

COM 231.01C COM 231.01P COM 231.02P COM 231.03P COM 231.04P CSC 239.71 DRA 130.01P DRA 131.01P DRA 230.01P ECO 151.71 ECO 251.71 ECO 251.72 ECO 252.41C/P ECO 252.71 ENG 080.01C ENG 080.01P ENG 080.02C ENG 080.02P ENG 080.03P ENG 080.04P ENG 090.01C ENG 090.01P ENG 090.02C

Public Speaking Public Speaking Public Speaking Public Speaking Public Speaking Advanced Visual BASIC Prog ** Acting I Acting II Acting III Survey of Economics Prin of Microeconomics Prin of Microeconomics Prin of Macroeconomics Prin of Macroeconomics Writing Foundations Writing Foundations Writing Foundations Writing Foundations Writing Foundations Writing Foundations Composition Strategies * Composition Strategies * Composition Strategies *

3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/5 3/6 3/6 3/6 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 3/3 3/3 3/3

TTH 12:30-1:45 pm MW 10-11:15 am MW 1-2:15 pm TTH 8-9:15 am MW 5:30-6:45 pm INET WF 3:20-6:10 pm WF 3:20-6:10 pm WF 3:20-6:10 pm INET INET INET W 9:30-10:45 am INET MW 4-6:15 pm MW 1:30-3:45 pm TTH 11 am-1:15 pm MW 6:30-8:45 pm TTH 8:30-10:45 am TTH 4-6:15 pm TTH 8:30-9:45 am MW 8:30-9:45 am MW 6:30-7:45 pm

Instructor

E. Plizga E. Plizga E. Plizga E. Plizga Staff P. Phillips Staff Staff Staff M. Wencel M. Wencel W. Hatchett M. Wencel M. Wencel J. Street J. Clayton A. Knowles R. Solomon A. Solomon T. Oakley J. Clayton P. Stephens J. Street


CLASS SCHEDULE, INFORMATION MONITORS Course

Course Title

Hours

Days

Time

Instructor

ENG 090.02P ENG 090.03C ENG 090.03P ENG 090.04C ENG 090.04P ENG 090.05P ENG 090.61P ENG 090A.01C ENG 090A.01P ENG 090A.02C ENG 090A.02P ENG 090A.03C ENG 090A.03P ENG 090A.04C ENG 090A.04P ENG 090A.05P ENG 090A.61P

Composition Strategies * Composition Strategies * Composition Strategies * Composition Strategies * Composition Strategies * Composition Strategies * Composition Strategies * Comp Strategies Lab Comp Strategies Lab Comp Strategies Lab Comp Strategies Lab Comp Strategies Lab Comp Strategies Lab Comp Strategies Lab Comp Strategies Lab Comp Strategies Lab Comp Strategies Lab

3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2

MW TTH TTH MW TTH MW F TTH MW MW MW TTH TTH MW TTH MW F

4-5:15 pm 4-5:15 pm 11 am-12:15 pm 11 am-12:15 pm 6:30-7:45 pm 11 am-12:15 pm 8:30-9:45 am 9:55-10:45 am 9:55-10:45 am 7:55-8:45 pm 5:25-6:15 pm 5:25-6:15 pm 12:25-1:15 pm 12:20-1:10 pm 7:55-8:45 pm 12:25-1:15 pm 9:50-10:40 am

M. Jones A. Knowles A. Solomon L. Ward R. Solomon M. Jones P. Stephens J. Clayton P. Stephens J. Street M. Jones A. Knowles A. Solomon L. Ward R. Solomon M. Jones P. Stephens

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“Can We Help You?” The College Information Desk is located in the lobby of the Student Development Office in Building E, Person County Campus or you can call (336) 599-1181, ext. 272. Let us be your first stop on campus for assistance and information! To keep up to date with upcoming events and important dates, see the information monitors located strategically around the College: • • • • • • • •

Student Development and the Student Center in Building E Learning Resources Center lobby and in the JAR Auditorium lobby, Building D S-00 Building A Lobby Buildings K and P on the Caswell County Campus Workforce Development Center, Morgan Street Business Development & Entrepreneurship Center ,Main Street

Come join us on Facebook… PCC is keeping you up to date on all that is going on around the Person and Caswell County Campuses. Scholarship information, student activities and financial aid are just a few of the important pieces of information you can keep up with on Facebook. So log on and become a Fan of PCC today! Don’t forget to check you Student email account at www.students. piedmontcc.edu daily for information about upcoming events at the College.


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CLASS SCHEDULE Course

Course Title

Hours

Days

Time

Instructor

ENG 111.01C ENG 111.01P ENG 111.02P ENG 111.03P ENG 111.41C/P ENG 111.42C/P ENG 111.71 ENG 111.72 ENG 111.73 ENG 112.41C/P ENG 112.71 ENG 113.01P ENG 113.71 ENG 114.41C/P ENG 114.71 ENG 115.41C/P ENG 115.61P ENG 115.62P ENG 232.01P ENG 241.71 ENG 261.71 ENG 274.81P HIS 111.71 HIS 121.71 HIS 131.01P HIS 131.81C/P HUM 110.41C/P HUM 115.71 HUM 120.01P HUM 120.02P HUM 120.81C/P HUM 122.71

Expository Writing Expository Writing Expository Writing Expository Writing Expository Writing Expository Writing Expository Writing Expository Writing Expository Writing Argument-Based Research Argument-Based Research Literature-Based Research Literature-Based Research Prof Research & Reporting Prof Research & Reporting Oral Communication Oral Communication Oral Communication American Literature II British Literature I World Literature I Literature by Women World Civilizations I Western Civilization I American History I American History I Technology and Society Critical Thinking Cultural Studies Cultural Studies Cultural Studies Southern Culture

3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3

MW 10-11:15 am MW 3-4:15 pm MW 7-8:15 pm TTH 7-8:15 pm TH 8-9:15 am F 8-9:15 am INET INET INET T 8-9:15 am INET MW 2-3:15 pm INET T 11 am-12:15 pm INET F 12-1:15 pm M 11:30 am-12:45 pm TH 5:15-6:30 pm MW 11 am-12:15 pm INET INET MW 2-3:15 pm INET INET M 5:30-8:30 pm TTH 9:30-10:45 am TH 11 am-12:15 pm INET W 5:30-8:20 pm TTH 3-4:15 pm TTH 9:30-10:45 am INET

T. Oakley T. Oakley T. Oakley T. Oakley L. Ward A. Solomon S. Ficalora C. Mojica L. Ward L. Ward S. Ficalora A. Knowles S. Ficalora N. Walker N. Walker A. Solomon E. Plizga L. Long N. Walker S. Ficalora C. Mojica Staff W. Cohan W. Cohan W. Cohan W. Cohan N. Walker N. Walker W. Cohan N. Walker L. Ward T. Gould

Transfer Students Interested in working on a 4-year degree? Contact the Student Development Office on either the Person or the Caswell Campus for more information about the transfer agreements PCC has with area 4-year schools.

Annual Transfer Day – Date To Be Announced Each Fall, representative from area 4-year Universities and Colleges come on campus to share information on transferring to their schools as part of the Carolinas Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers Tour. The date for the PCC stop on the tour has not been released at this time, but check with the Information Desk in Student Development for more information.


CLASS SCHEDULE, NEW WEB SITE Course

Course Title

Hours

Days

Time

HUM 150.41C/P HUM 160.01P HUM 160.71 HUM 211.01P MAT 050.01C MAT 050.01P MAT 060.01C MAT 060.01P MAT 060.02C MAT 060.02P MAT 060.03P MAT 060.04P

American Womens Studies Introduction to Film Introduction to Film Humanities I Basic Math Skills ** ‡ Basic Math Skills ** ‡ Essential Mathematics ** ‡ Essential Mathematics ** ‡ Essential Mathematics ** ‡ Essential Mathematics ** ‡ Essential Mathematics ** ‡ Essential Mathematics ** ‡

3/3 3/4 3/4 3/3 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5

F 9:30-10:45 am S 10 am-1:50 pm INET TTH 8-9:15 am MW 8:30-10:45 am MW 8:30-10:45 am MW 1:30-3:45 pm MW 1:30-3:45 pm TTH 8:30-10:45 am MW 6:30-8:45 pm TTH 8:30-10:45 am TTH 4-6:15 pm

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Instructor

A. Solomon M. Jones L. Ward N. Walker D. Whitlow S. Taylor D. Whitlow S. Taylor D. Whitlow P. Williams S. Taylor H. Holloway

New PCC Web Site! up to date information calendar of events easy access to what you need and much more...

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www.piedmontcc.edu MAT 060.05P MAT 060.06P MAT 070.01C MAT 070.01P MAT 070.02P MAT 070.03P MAT 070.04P MAT 070.05P MAT 070.06P MAT 070.61C MAT 070.61P MAT 070.62P MAT 070.71 MAT 080.01P MAT 080.02P MAT 080.61C MAT 080.61P MAT 080.62P

Essential Mathematics ** ‡ Essential Mathematics ** ‡ Introductory Algebra ** ‡ Introductory Algebra ** ‡ Introductory Algebra ** ‡ Introductory Algebra ** ‡ Introductory Algebra ** ‡ Introductory Algebra ** ‡ Introductory Algebra ** ‡ Introductory Algebra ** ‡ Introductory Algebra ** ‡ Introductory Algebra ** ‡ Introductory Algebra ** ‡ Intermediate Algebra ** ‡ Intermediate Algebra ** ‡ Intermediate Algebra ** ‡ Intermediate Algebra ** ‡ Intermediate Algebra ** ‡

4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5

MWF 11 am-12:30 pm L. Oakley MTWTH 11 am-1:15 pm A. Cobb TTH 1:30-3:45 pm S. Blanton MW 4-6:15 pm H. Holloway TTH 8:30-10:45 am H. Holloway TTH 1:30-3:45 pm W. Hulette TTH 6:30-8:45 pm N. Lawson-Outlaw MWF 8:30-10 am L. Oakley MTWTH 11 am-1:15 pm A. Cobb TH 11 am-1:15 pm D. Whitlow F 11 am-1:15 pm S. Blanton S 8:30-10:45 am P. Williams INET K. Sanders MW 6:30-8:45 pm A. Headley TTH 8:30-10:45 am W. Hulette T 11 am-1:15 pm D. Whitlow MW 1:30-2:45 pm A. Cobb F 8:30-10:45 am H. Holloway


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CLASS SCHEDULE Course

Course Title

Hours

Days

Time

MAT 080.71 MAT 110.61P MAT 110.62P MAT 110.63P MAT 115.01C MAT 115.01P MAT 115.02C MAT 115.71 MAT 140.01C MAT 140.01P MAT 140.61C MAT 140.61P MAT 140.62P MAT 140.71 MAT 140.81C MAT 155.01P MAT 155.61P MAT 171.01P MAT 171.61P MAT 171.71 MAT 172.01P MAT 172.61P MAT 172.71 MAT 271.01P MAT 273.01P MUS 110.01P MUS 121.01P MUS 122.01P MUS 131.01P MUS 132.01P MUS 151.01P MUS 152.01P MUS 161.01C MUS 161.01P MUS 162.01P MUS 221.01P MUS 222.01P MUS 231.01P PED 110.71 PED 125.01P PED 186.01P PED 219.01P PED 235.01P PHI 210.81C/P PHY 110.01P PHY 110.01P PHY 110.02P PHY 110A.01P PHY 110A.01P PHY 110A.02P

Intermediate Algebra ** ‡ Mathematical Measurement ** ‡ Mathematical Measurement ** ‡ Mathematical Measurement ** ‡ Mathematical Models ** ‡ Mathematical Models ** ‡ Mathematical Models ** ‡ Mathematical Models ** ‡ Survey of Mathematics ** ‡ Survey of Mathematics ** ‡ Survey of Mathematics ** ‡ Survey of Mathematics ** ‡ Survey of Mathematics ** ‡ Survey of Mathematics ** ‡ Survey of Mathematics ** ‡ Statistical Analysis ** ‡ Statistical Analysis ** ‡ Precalculus Algebra ** ‡ Precalculus Algebra ** ‡ Precalculus Algebra ** ‡ Precalculus Trigonometry ** ‡ Precalculus Trigonometry ** ‡ Precalculus Trigonometry ** ‡ Calculus I Calculus III Music Appreciation Music Theory I Music Theory II Chorus I Chorus II Class Music I Class Music II Applied Music I Applied Music I Applied Music II Music Theory III Music Theory IV Chorus III Fit and Well for Life Self-Defense: Beginning Dancing for Fitness Disc Golf Tai Chi History of Philosophy Conceptual Physics Conceptual Physics Conceptual Physics Conceptual Physics Lab Conceptual Physics Lab Conceptual Physics Lab

4/5 3/4 M 3-4:30 pm 3/4 T 2-3:30 pm 3/4 W 8:30-10 am 3/4 TTH 5:30-7:20 pm 3/4 TTH 11 am-12:50 pm 3/4 TTH 10-11:50 am 3/4 INET 3/3 TTH 8:30-9:45 am 3/3 TTH 9:30-10:45 am 3/3 M 1:30-2:45 pm 3/3 W 5-6:15 pm 3/3 M 1:30-2:45 pm 3/3 INET 3/3 MW 2-3:15 pm 3/3 MW 11 am-12:15 pm 3/3 M 5-6:15 pm 3/3 TTH 2-3:15 pm 3/3 M 3:30-4:45 pm 3/3 INET 3/3 MW 9:30-10:45 am 3/3 W 5-6:15 pm 3/3 INET 4/5 TTH 9:30-11:45 am 4/5 MW 9:30-11:45 am 3/3 TTH 12-1:15 pm 4/5 MW 12:30-2:45 pm 4/5 MW 12:30-2:45 pm 1/2 MW 10-10:50 am 1/2 MW 10-10:50 am 1/2 MW 3-3:50 pm 1/2 MW 3-3:50 pm 2/3 W 3:30-6:20 pm 2/3 T 2-4:50 pm 2/3 TH 2-4:50 pm 4/5 MW 12:30-2:45 pm 4/5 MW 12:30-2:45 pm 1/2 MW 10-10:50 am 2/3 INET 1/2 M 6-7:50 pm 1/2 WF 5:30-6:45 pm 1/2 W 4-5:50 pm 1/3 TTH 6-7:15 pm 3/3 MW 8-9:15 am 3/3 TTH 4-5:20 pm 3/3 TTH 4-5:20 pm 3/3 MT 1:40-3:10 pm 1/2 TTH 5:30-6:20 pm 1/2 TTH 5:30-6:20 pm 1/2 WTH 1:40-3:10 pm

Instructor

K. Sanders L. Cooley S. Taylor A. Cobb S. Blanton J. Waldo Staff J. Waldo Staff H. Allmond H. Allmond H. Allmond H. Allmond H. Allmond H. Allmond L. Cooley L. Cooley H. Allmond P. Morgan P. Morgan P. Morgan P. Morgan P. Morgan P. Morgan H. Allmond M. Thompson P. Messis P. Messis P. Messis P. Messis P. Messis P. Messis M. Thompson M. Thompson M. Thompson P. Messis P. Messis P. Messis J. Balta E. Tate B. Dix D. Wehrenberg P. Kay Staff M. Czysz M. Czysz Staff M. Czysz M. Czysz Staff


CLASS SCHEDULE Course

Course Title

Hours

Days

Time

PHY 151.01P PHY 251.01P POL 110.01P PSY 101.01P PSY 150.01P PSY 150.02P PSY 150.03P PSY 150.41C/P PSY 150.42C/P PSY 150.43C PSY 150.61C PSY 150.61P PSY 150.62P PSY 150.63P PSY 150.71 PSY 241.61P PSY 241.71 PSY 281.61P RED 080.01C RED 080.01P RED 080.02C RED 080.02P RED 080.03C RED 080.03P RED 080.04P RED 090.01C RED 090.01P RED 090.02C RED 090.02P RED 090.03P RED 090.04P RED 090.05P REL 212.81P SOC 210.01P SOC 210.61P SOC 210.62P SOC 210.71 SOC 213.61C SOC 220.41C/P SPA 111.01P SPA 111.02P SPA 111.03P SPA 111.04P SPA 111.41C/P SPA 112.01P SPA 112.02P SPA 211.01P

College Physics I General Physics I Intro Political Science Applied Psychology General Psychology ‡ General Psychology ‡ General Psychology ‡ General Psychology ‡ General Psychology ‡ General Psychology ‡ General Psychology ‡ General Psychology ‡ General Psychology ‡ General Psychology ‡ General Psychology ‡ Developmental Psych Developmental Psych Abnormal Psychology Intro to College Reading Intro to College Reading Intro to College Reading Intro to College Reading Intro to College Reading Intro to College Reading Intro to College Reading Improved College Reading Improved College Reading Improved College Reading Improved College Reading Improved College Reading Improved College Reading Improved College Reading Intro to New Testament Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Sociology of the Family Social Problems Elementary Spanish I Elementary Spanish I Elementary Spanish I Elementary Spanish I Elementary Spanish I Elementary Spanish II Elementary Spanish II Intermediate Spanish I

4/5 4/6 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3

TTH 6:30-8:50 pm MW 4-6:50 pm MW 10:30-11:45 am MW 1-2:15 pm TTH 8:30-9:45 am MW 6:30-7:45 pm TTH 6:30-7:45 pm M 3:30-4:45 pm M 5:30-6:45 pm F 8:30-11:20 am F 8:30-11:20 am TH 10-11:15 am TH 12-1:15 pm F 8:30-11:20 am INET F 8:30-9:45 am INET W 11 am-12:15 pm MW 5:45-8 pm MW 8:30-10:45 am TTH 8:30-10:45 am TTH 11 am-1:15 pm TTH 4-6:15 pm TTH 4-6:15 pm MW 2:30-4:45 pm MW 11 am-1:15 pm TTH 8:30-10:45 am MW 6:30-8:45 pm MW 11 am-1:15 pm TTH 1:30-3:45 pm MW 6:30-8:45 pm WF 1:30-3:45 pm MW 12:30-1:45 pm TTH 11 am-12:15 pm M 5:30-6:45 pm W 8:30-9:45 am INET W 5:30-6:45 pm M 5:30-6:45 pm MW 9-10:15 am TTH 11 am-12:15 pm TTH 3-4:15 pm TTH 5:30-6:45 pm F 1:30-2:45 pm MW 11 am-12:15 pm TTH 9-10:15 am MW 2:40-3:55 pm

Instructor

M. Czysz M. Czysz W. Cohan J. Street L. Covington Staff Staff D. Christensen D. Christensen D. Christensen D. Christensen D. Christensen D. Christensen D. Christensen L. Covington L. Covington S. Narin L. Covington R. McCain A. Knowles Staff E. Harris Staff J. Clayton Staff Staff E. Harris Staff Staff J. Clayton J. McCain M. Jones Staff L. Covington L. Covington L. Covington B. Robertson A. Webb A. Webb K. Fisher K. Fisher K. Fisher Staff K. Fisher K. Fisher K. Fisher K. Fisher

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CLASS SCHEDULE Course

Course Title

Hours

Days

Time

Gunsmithing

Instructor

GSM 101.01P Gunsmithing I 12/26 MTWTH 8:30-11:30 am MTWTH 12-3 pm GSM 101.03P Gunsmithing I 12/26 MTW 6-10 pm GSM 101A.02P Gunsmithing I 6/13 MT 8:30-11:30 am MT 12-3 pm GSM 101A.03P Gunsmithing I 6/13 MTW 6-10 pm GSM 101B.02P Gunsmithing I 6/13 WTH 8:30-11:30 am WTH 12-3 pm GSM 101B.03P Gunsmithing I 6/13 MTW 6-10 pm GSM 102.01P Gunsmithing II 12/26 MTWTH 8:30-11:30 am MTWTH 12-3 pm GSM 102.03P Gunsmithing II 12/26 MTW 6-10 pm GSM 102A.02P Gunsmithing II 6/13 MT 8:30-11:30 am MT 12-3 pm GSM 102A.03P Gunsmithing II 6/13 MTW 6-10 pm GSM 102B.02P Gunsmithing II 6/13 WTH 8:30-11:30 am WTH 12-3 pm GSM 102B.03P Gunsmithing II 6/13 MTW 6-10 pm GSM 103.01P Gunsmithing III 12/26 MTWTH 8:30-11:30 am MTWTH 12-3 pm GSM 103A.02P Gunsmithing III 6/13 MT 8:30-11:30 am MT 12-3 pm GSM 103A.03P Gunsmithing III 6/13 MTW 6-10 pm GSM 103B.02P Gunsmithing III 6/13 WTH 8:30-11:30 am WTH 12-3 pm GSM 103B.03P Gunsmithing III 6/13 MTW 6-10 pm GSM 204.01P Gunsmithing IV 12/26 MTWTH 8:30-11:30 am MTWTH 12-3 pm GSM 204A.02P Gunsmithing IV 6/13 MT 8:30-11:30 am MT 12-3 pm GSM 204A.03P Gunsmithing IV 6/13 MTW 6-10 pm GSM 204B.02P Gunsmithing IV 6/13 WTH 8:30-11:30 am WTH 12-3 pm GSM 204B.03P Gunsmithing IV 6/13 MTW 6-10 pm GSM 205.01P Gunsmithing V 12/26 MTWTH 8:30-11:30 am MTWTH 12-3 pm GSM 205A.02P Gunsmithing V 6/13 MT 8:30-11:30 am MT 12-3 pm GSM 205A.03P Gunsmithing V 6/13 MTW 6-10 pm GSM 205B.02P Gunsmithing V 6/13 WTH 8:30-11:30 am WTH 12-3 pm GSM 205B.03P Gunsmithing V 6/13 MTW 6-10 pm

B. Zappia

HSE 112.01P HSE 123.01P HSE 125.61P HSE 160.71

K. Oakley S. Narin K. Oakley K. Oakley

B. Zappia B. Zappia B. Zappia B. Zappia B. Zappia B. Zappia B. Zappia B. Zappia B. Zappia B. Zappia B. Zappia B. Zappia B. Zappia B. Zappia B. Zappia B. Zappia B. Zappia A. Moore B. Zappia B. Zappia B. Zappia B. Zappia B. Zappia B. Zappia B. Zappia B. Zappia

Human Service Technology Group Process I Interviewing Techniques Counseling HSE Clinical Supervis I **

2/3 3/4 3/4 1/1

M 9:30 am-12:20 pm TTH 9:30-11:20 am W 9:30-11:20 am INET


CLASS SCHEDULE Course

Course Title

Hours

Days

Time

HSE 163.01P HSE Clinical Exp I 3/9 HSE 220.61P Case Management 3/4 W 12-1:50 pm HSE 260.71 HSE Clinical Supervis II ** 1/1 INET HSE 264.01P HSE Clinical Exp II 4/12 SAB 110.61P Substance Abuse Overview 3/3 T 12-1:20 pm SWK 110.71 Intro to Social Work 3/3 INET SWK 113.61P Working With Diversity 3/3 TH 12-1:20 pm SWK 220.71 Swk Issues in Client Services 3/3 INET

Industrial Systems Technology BPR 111.01P BPR 111.02P DFT 119.01P DFT 119.02P ELC 112.01P ELC 113.01P ELC 115.01P ELC 128.01P ELC 128.02P ELN 131.01P ISC 112.01P ISC 128.01P ISC 130.01P

Blueprint Reading Blueprint Reading Basic CAD Basic CAD DC/AC Electricity Basic Wiring I Industrial Wiring Intro to PLC Intro to PLC Semiconductor Applications Industrial Safety Industrial Leadership Intro to Quality Control

2/3 2/3 2/3 2/3 5/9 4/8 4/8 3/5 3/5 4/6 2/2 2/2 3/3

TTH TTH M MW MW TTH MW MW TTH TTH MW W M

10-11:20 am 9:30-10:50 am 9-11:40 am 1:30-2:50 pm 5:30-9:50 pm 5:30-9:20 pm 5-8:50 pm 10 am-12:20 pm 5:30-7:50 pm 8:30-11:20 am 8-8:50 am 9-10:50 am 4-6:40 pm

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Instructor

K. Oakley K. Oakley S. Narin S. Narin K. Oakley S. Narin S. Narin S. Narin D. Wehrenberg D. Wehrenberg D. Wehrenberg D. Wehrenberg Staff J. Catlett J. Catlett J. McCormick J. McCormick E. Treglown D. Wehrenberg D. Wehrenberg D. Wehrenberg

Future looks BRITE for Davis Hats off to recent PCC graduate Nicholas D. Davis, who received a BRITE scholarship (full scholarship) to the Biopharmaceutical Program at North Carolina Central University in Durham. Nicholas will begin his studies at NCCU in August as a junior transfer student. A 2011 graduate of the Biotechnology Program at Piedmont Community College, he graduated with a 4.0 GPA. PCC’s Biotechnology Program instructs students in how to adapt the processes of living organisms, or the products from living organisms, to practical uses in order to improve the quality of life for both humans and animals. In North Carolina, biotechnology is used primarily in the production of pharmaceuticals by companies in our area and throughout the state. The Biotechnology Program emphasizes hands-on training and direct scientific application. North Carolina Central University’s Biomanufacturing Research Institute and Technology Enterprise (BRITE) program accepts qualified students transferring from PCC and all community colleges in North Carolina. The program offers the opportunity to complete the Bachelor of Science degree in biopharmaceutical science. Graduates with an Associate in Science degree or an Associate in Applied Science degree in Laboratory Technology or in Biotechnology along with other requirements are eligible for the program. Nicholas has a long-term goal of becoming a research scientist and would like to do research on Alzheimer’s disease.


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CLASS SCHEDULE Course

Course Title

Hours

Days

Time

MEC 111.01P MEC 112.01P MNT 110.01P MNT 110.02P MNT 110.03P PED 219.01P PHY 110.01P PHY 110A.01P WLD 112.01C WLD 112.01P WLD 112.02P WLD 112.03P WLD 112.04P WLD 112.05P WLD 112.06P

Machine Processes I Machine Processes II Intro to Maint Procedures Intro to Maint Procedures Intro to Maint Procedures Disc Golf Conceptual Physics Conceptual Physics Lab Basic Welding Processes Basic Welding Processes Basic Welding Processes Basic Welding Processes Basic Welding Processes Basic Welding Processes Basic Welding Processes

3/5 3/5 2/4 2/4 2/4 1/2 3/3 1/2 2/4 2/4 2/4 2/4 2/4 2/4 2/4

TTH TTH TTH TTH TTH W TTH TTH TH W W F TH M M

4-6:20 pm 4-6:20 pm 8-9:50 am 2-3:50 pm 7:30-9:20 am 4-5:50 pm 4-5:20 pm 5:30-6:20 pm 6-9:50 pm 8-11:50 am 6-9:50 pm 8-11:50 am 6-9:50 pm 6-9:50 pm 8-11:50 am

Information Systems Security CIS 110.01P Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 CIS 110.02P Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 CIS 110.61C Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 CIS 110.61P Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 CIS 110.62P Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 CIS 110.71 Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 CIS 110.72 Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 CIS 110.73 Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 CIS 110.74 Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 CIS 110.75 Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 CIS 115.61P Intro to Prog & Logic 3/5 NET 125.71 Networking Basics 3/5 NOS 110.71 Operating Systems Concepts 3/5 SEC 110.71 Security Concepts 3/3

MW 10-10:50 am MW 11-11:50 am TTH 10-10:50 am TTH 11-11:50 am M 9:30-10:45 am TH 5:30-6:45 pm TH 1:40-3:30 pm INET INET INET INET INET T 5:30-6:45 pm INET INET INET

Instructor

D. Wehrenberg D. Wehrenberg D. Wehrenberg D. Wehrenberg D. Wehrenberg D. Wehrenberg M. Czysz M. Czysz J. Moser J. Tatum J. Whitfield J. Whitfield J. Tatum J. Whitfield J. Tatum

P. Phillips P. Phillips R. Parker K. Schnell F. Harris F. Harris R. Parker D. Smith F. Harris K. Schnell P. Phillips F. Harris D. Smith F. Harris

Laboratory Technology/BIO Technology BTC 181.61P BTC 281.01P BTC 285.01P ISC 112.01P ISC 130.01P LBT 125.01P LBT 210.01P

Basic Lab Techniques Bioprocess Techniques Cell Culture Industrial Safety Intro to Quality Control Lab. Instrumentation Laboratory Methods II

Medical Assisting MED 110.01P MED 114.01P MED 118.01P MED 121.01P MED 121.02P MED 121.71

Orientation to Med Assist Prof Interac in Heal Care Medical Law and Ethics Medical Terminology I Medical Terminology I Medical Terminology I

4/6 4/8 3/5 2/2 3/3 2/3 5/8

TTH MTW TTH MW M TH MTW

1:40-2:55 pm R. Durren 4-6:25 pm R. Durren 10 am-12:15 pm D. Darr 8-8:50 am D. Wehrenberg 4-6:40 pm D. Wehrenberg 9:30 am-12:20 pm R. Durren 9:30-11:55 am R. Durren

1/1 1/1 2/2 3/3 3/3 3/3

T 2:30-3:20 pm TH 2:30-3:20 pm MW 1:30-2:20 pm TTH 6-7:15 p MW 11 am-12:15 pm INET

B. Loftis B. Loftis J. Reaves J. Strickland M. Durling W. Duncan


CLASS SCHEDULE Course

Course Title

Hours

Days

Time

MED 134.01P MED 134.02P MED 150.01P MED 232.01P MED 232.02P MED 232.03P MED 240.01P MED 270.01P

Medical Transcription Medical Transcription Laboratory Procedures I Medical Insurance Coding Medical Insurance Coding Medical Insurance Coding Exam Room Procedures II Symptomatology

3/4 3/4 5/7 2/4 2/4 2/4 5/7 3/4

MW MW TTH MW MW TTH MW MW

4-5:50 pm 10:30 am-12:20 pm 9 am-12:20 pm 1:30-3:20 pm 1:30-3:20 pm 3-4:50 pm 9 am-12:20 pm 2:30-4:20 pm

Nursing

NUR 111.01P Intro to Health Concepts 8/16 MT T W TH NUR 211.01P Health Care Concepts 5/9 T TW W NUR 212.01P Health System Concepts 5/9 W T W T

Instructor

M. Walker M. Walker B. Loftis M. Walker M. Durling M. Durling B. Loftis B. Loftis

9-10:50 am A. Montgomery 1-2:50 pm 8-11:50 am 6:45 am-12:45 pm 1:30-4:20 pm A. Montgomery 7:45-11:45 am 6:45 am-3:15 pm 1:30-4:20 pm A. Montgomery 7:45-11:45 am 12:30-4:30 pm 6:45 am-3:15 pm

Office Administration/Medical Office Administration/Healthcare Management Technology CIS 111.01P CIS 111.61C HMT 110.01P MED 118.01P MED 121.01P MED 121.01P MED 121.02P MED 121.71 MED 232.01P MED 232.02P MED 232.03P OST 131.01C OST 131.01P OST 131.02P OST 134.01C OST 134.01P OST 134.02P OST 136.61C OST 136.71 OST 137.01C OST 137.01P OST 141.01P OST 141.02P OST 141.03P OST 141.71 OST 141.72

Basic PC Literacy ** Basic PC Literacy ** Intro to Healthcare Mgt Medical Law and Ethics Medical Terminology I Medical Terminology I Medical Terminology I Medical Terminology I Medical Insurance Coding Medical Insurance Coding Medical Insurance Coding Keyboarding ** ‡ Keyboarding ** ‡ Keyboarding ** ‡ Text Entry & Formatting ** ‡ Text Entry & Formatting ** ‡ Text Entry & Formatting ** ‡ Word Processing Word Processing Office Software Applicat. Office Software Applicat. Med Terms I-Med Office Med Terms I-Med Office Med Terms I-Med Office Med Terms I-Med Office Med Terms I-Med Office

2/3 2/3 3/3 2/2 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 2/4 2/4 2/4 2/3 2/3 2/3 3/4 3/4 3/4 3/4 3/4 3/4 3/4 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3

TTH 5:30-6:45 pm W. Gill M 5:30-6:45 pm L. Smith TTH 5:30-6:45 pm M. Durling MW 1:30-2:20 pm J. Reaves TTH 6-7:15 p J. Strickland TTH 7-8:15 pm M. Durling MW 11 am-12:15 pm M. Durling INET W. Duncan MW 1:30-3:20 pm M. Walker MW 1:30-3:20 pm M. Durling TTH 3-4:50 pm M. Durling MW 10:30-11:45 am L. Smith MW 8:30-9:45 am W. Duncan TTH 7-8:15 pm W. Gill MW 10:30 am-12:20 pm L. Smith MW 8:30-10:20 am W. Duncan TTH 7-8:50 pm W. Gill W 9-10:15 am L. Smith INET W. Duncan TTH 9:30-11:20 am M. Walker MW 6-7:50 pm M. Walker TTH 6-7:15 pm J. Strickland MW 11 am-12:15 pm M. Durling TTH 12-2:50 pm M. Durling INET M. Durling INET W. Duncan

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Days

Time

OST 142.01P Med Terms II-Med Office ** 3/3 TTH 12-2:50 pm OST 142.71 Med Terms II-Med Office ** ‡ 3/3 INET OST 148.01C Med Coding Billing & Insu 3/3 TTH 8-9:15 am OST 148.01P Med Coding Billing & Insu 3/3 MW 1:30-2:45 pm OST 148.02P Med Coding Billing & Insu 3/3 MW 1:30-2:45 pm OST 148.03P Med Coding Billing & Insu 3/3 TTH 3-4:15 pm OST 181.01P Intro to Office Systems 3/4 TTH 3-4:50 pm OST 181.71 Intro to Office Systems 3/4 INET OST 184.01C Records Management 3/4 TTH 10:30 am-12:20 pm OST 184.01P Records Management 3/4 TTH 1-2:50 pm OST 241.01C Med Ofc Transcription I ** ‡ 2/3 TTH 11:30 am-12:45 pm OST 241.01P Med Ofc Transcription I ** ‡ 2/3 MW 4-5:15 pm OST 241.02P Med Ofc Transcription I ** ‡ 2/3 MW 10:30-11:45 am OST 247.01P Procedure Coding 2/3 TTH 9-11:50 am

Phlebotomy

PBT 100.01P Phlebotomy Technology 6/7 TTH 8:30-11:30 am TTH 12:30-2:20 pm W 8:30 am-12:30 pm PBT 100.02P Phlebotomy Technology 6/7 TTH 8:30-11:30 am TTH 12:30-2:20 pm W 8:30 am-12:30 pm PBT 101.01P Phlebotomy Practicum 3/9 PBT 101.02P Phlebotomy Practicum 3/9

Web Technology

CIS 110.01P Introduction to Computers 3/4 MW 10-10:50 am MW 11-11:50 am CIS 110.02P Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 TTH 10-10:50 am TTH 11-11:50 am CIS 110.61C Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 M 9:30-10:45 am CIS 110.61P Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 TH 5:30-6:45 pm CIS 110.62P Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 TH 1:40-3:30 pm CIS 110.71 Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 INET CIS 110.72 Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 INET CIS 110.73 Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 INET CIS 110.74 Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 INET CIS 110.75 Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 INET DBA 110.71 Database Concepts ** 3/5 INET NET 110.71 Networking Concepts 3/4 INET NET 125.71 Networking Basics 3/5 INET NOS 110.71 Operating Systems Concepts 3/5 INET WEB 110.71 Internet/Web Fundamentals 3/4 INET WEB 115.71 Web Markup and Scripting 3/4 INET WEB 120.61P Intro Internet Multimedia 3/4 M 1-2:15 pm WEB 180.71 Active Server Pages 3/4 INET

Welding WLD 110.01P WLD 110.02P WLD 110.03P

Cutting Processes Cutting Processes Cutting Processes

2/4 2/4 2/4

F T M

8-11:50 am 6-9:50 pm 6-9:50 pm

Instructor

M. Durling M. Durling M. Walker M. Walker M. Durling M. Durling W. Duncan L. Smith L. Smith W. Duncan M. Walker M. Walker M. Walker M. Durling B. Hawn B. Hawn B. Hawn B. Hawn P. Phillips P. Phillips R. Parker K. Schnell F. Harris F. Harris R. Parker D. Smith F. Harris K. Schnell D. Smith D. Smith F. Harris D. Smith S. O’Hara R. Parker D. Smith R. Parker J. Whitfield J. Tatum J. Whitfield


CLASS SCHEDULE Course

Course Title

Hours

Days

Time

Instructor

WLD 110.04P WLD 111.01P WLD 111.02P WLD 112.01C WLD 112.01P WLD 112.02P WLD 112.03P WLD 112.04P WLD 112.05P WLD 112.06P WLD 115.01P WLD 115A.01C WLD 115A.01P WLD 115A.02P WLD 115A.03P WLD 115B.01P WLD 115B.02P WLD 116.01P WLD 116A.01P WLD 116B.01P WLD 121.01C WLD 121.01P WLD 121.02P WLD 121.03P WLD 121A.01P WLD 121B.01P WLD 121B.02P WLD 122.01P WLD 122.02P WLD 122.03P WLD 131.01C WLD 131.01P WLD 131.02P WLD 131.03P WLD 131.04P WLD 131A.01P WLD 131B.01P WLD 131B.02P WLD 132.01P WLD 141.01P WLD 141.02P WLD 141.03P WLD 151.01C WLD 151.01P WLD 151.02P WLD 151.03P WLD 151A.01P WLD 261.01P

Cutting Processes Oxy-Fuel Welding Oxy-Fuel Welding Basic Welding Processes Basic Welding Processes Basic Welding Processes Basic Welding Processes Basic Welding Processes Basic Welding Processes Basic Welding Processes SMAW (stick) Plate SMAW (stick) Plate SMAW (stick) Plate SMAW (stick) Plate SMAW (stick) Plate SMAW (stick) Plate SMAW (stick) Plate SMAW (stick) Plate/Pipe SMAW (stick) Plate/Pipe SMAW (stick) Plate/Pipe GMAW (MIG) FCAW/Plate GMAW (MIG) FCAW/Plate GMAW (MIG) FCAW/Plate GMAW (MIG) FCAW/Plate GMAW (MIG) FCAW/Plate GMAW (MIG) FCAW/Plate GMAW (MIG) FCAW/Plate GMAW (MIG) Plate/Pipe GMAW (MIG) Plate/Pipe GMAW (MIG) Plate/Pipe GTAW (TIG) Plate GTAW (TIG) Plate GTAW (TIG) Plate GTAW (TIG) Plate GTAW (TIG) Plate GTAW (TIG) Plate GTAW (TIG) Plate GTAW (TIG) Plate GTAW (TIG) Plate/Pipe Symbols & Specifications Symbols & Specifications Symbols & Specifications Fabrication I Fabrication I Fabrication I Fabrication I Fabrication I Certification Practices

2/4 2/4 2/4 2/4 2/4 2/4 2/4 2/4 2/4 2/4 5/11 2.5/5.5 2.5/5.5 2.5/5.5 2.5/5.5 2.5/5.5 2.5/5.5 4/10 2/5 2/5 4/8 4/8 4/8 4/8 2/4 2/4 2/4 3/7 3/7 3/7 4/8 4/8 4/8 4/8 4/8 2/4 2/4 2/4 3/7 3/4 3/4 3/4 4/8 4/8 4/8 4/8 2/4 2/4

M M F TH W W F TH M M MW TTH TTH MW MW TTH WF MW MW F TTH MW TTH MW F F M TTH MW MW TTH MW TTH MW MW TH TTH W MW TH F W TTH TTH MW MW W F

8-11:50 am 6-9:50 pm 8-11:50 am 6-9:50 pm 8-11:50 am 6-9:50 pm 8-11:50 am 6-9:50 pm 6-9:50 pm 8-11:50 am 8 am-1:20 pm 6-8:30 pm 6-8:45 pm 8-10:45 am 6-8:45 pm 6-8:45 pm 8-10:45 am 8 am-12:50 pm 8-10:30 am 8 am-1 pm 6-9:50 pm 8-11:50 am 6-9:50 pm 6-9:50 pm 8-11:50 am 8-11:50 am 6-9:50 pm 6-9:20 pm 6-9:20 pm 8-11:30 am 6-9:50 pm 8-11:50 am 6-9:50 pm 6-9:50 pm 6-9:50 pm 6-9:50 pm 6-7:50 pm 6-9:50 pm 6-9:20 pm 6-9:50 pm 8-11:50 am 6-9:50 pm 6-9:50 pm 6-9:50 pm 6-9:50 pm 8-11:50 am 6-9:50 pm 8-11:50 am

J. Tatum J. Whitfield J. Whitfield J. Moser J. Tatum J. Whitfield J. Whitfield J. Tatum J. Whitfield J. Tatum J. Tatum J. Moser J. Tatum J. Tatum J. Whitfield J. Tatum J. Tatum J. Tatum J. Tatum J. Tatum J. Moser J. Tatum J. Tatum J. Tatum J. Tatum J. Whitfield J. Whitfield J. Tatum J. Whitfield J. Tatum J. Moser J. Tatum J. Tatum J. Whitfield J. Whitfield J. Tatum J. Tatum J. Whitfield J. Whitfield J. Tatum J. Tatum J. Whitfield J. Moser J. Tatum J. Tatum J. Tatum J. Whitfield J. Tatum

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CLASS SCHEDULE, ONLINE TUTORING ASSISTANCE Course

Course Title

Hours

Days

Time

Instructor

Short Term Classes

1st Mini-mester (8/19/11 - 10/19/11) ACA 111.01C College Student Success 1/1 MW 12-2:50 pm S. Silver ACA 111.01P College Student Success 1/1 MW 10-10:50 am B. Totten ACA 111.04P College Student Success 1/1 TTH 12-12:50 pm B. Graves ACA 111.05P College Student Success 1/1 TH 4-5:50 pm S. Marcellus ACA 111.71 College Student Success 1/1 INET J. Solomon CIS 070.01C Fundamentals of Computing 1/2 TTH 8:30-10:20 am L. Smith CIS 070.01P Fundamentals of Computing 1/2 TTH 10-11:50 am W. Duncan CIS 070.02C Fundamentals of Computing 1/2 TTH 5:30-7:20 pm D. Christensen CIS 070.02P Fundamentals of Computing 1/2 TTH 5:30-7:20 pm D. Fox OST 141.03P Med Terms I-Med Office 3/3 TTH 12-2:50 pm M. Durling OST 141.71 Med Terms I-Med Office 3/3 INET M. Durling PBT 100.01P Phlebotomy Technology 6/7 TTH 8:30-11:30 am B. Hawn TTH 12:30-2:20 pm W 8:30 am-12:30 pm

2nd Mini-mester (10/20/11 - 12/19/11) ACA 111.02P College Student Success 1/1 ACA 111.03P College Student Success 1/1 ACA 111.72 College Student Success 1/1 ACA 111.73 College Student Success 1/1 CIS 070.03C Fundamentals of Computing 1/2 CIS 070.03P Fundamentals of Computing 1/2 CIS 070.04P Fundamentals of Computing 1/2 CIS 110.73 Introduction to Computers ** ‡ 3/4 HUM 160.71 Introduction to Film 3/4 MAT 060.06P Essential Mathematics ** ‡ 4/5 MAT 070.06P Introductory Algebra ** ‡ 4/5 OST 142.01P Med Terms II-Med Office ** 3/3 OST 142.71 Med Terms II-Med Office ** ‡ 3/3 OST 247.01P Procedure Coding 2/3 PBT 100.02P Phlebotomy Technology 6/7 PSY 150.61C General Psychology ‡ 3/3

MW 10-10:50 am V. Ferguson TH 12-1:50 pm S. Silver INET J. Solomon INET S. Marcellus TTH 8:30-10:20 am L. Smith TTH 10-11:50 am W. Duncan TTH 5:30-7:20 pm D. Fox INET D. Smith INET L. Ward MTWTH 11 am-1:15 pm A. Cobb MTWTH 11 am-1:15 pm A. Cobb TTH 12-2:50 pm M. Durling INET M. Durling TTH 9-11:50 am M. Durling TTH 8:30-11:30 am B. Hawn TTH 12:30-2:20 pm W 8:30 am-12:30 pm F 8:30-11:20 am D. Christensen

NEW COURSE OFFERED! History of Philosophy •

A new course will be offered through the NC Information Highway classroom this fall! Hosted by Johnston Community College, the History of Philosophy course (PHI 210) will allow participants to connect with other students from across the state through interactive video conferencing.


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Attend Classes

On Your Own Schedule! You can complete your classes whenever you like if you enroll in PCC’s Distance Education programs. PCC offers many classes via the Internet or as hybrid classes combining Internet instruction with face-to-face classes on campus as well as teleclasses through the Distance Education classrooms on the Person County and Caswell County campuses and telecourses using videocassettes.

Online Tutoring Assistance

Online tutoring assistance and an online writing lab are available to students through Smarthinking. Subjects include Writing, Mathematics, Science, Business, Spanish, and Nursing and Allied Health. Look for the link to Smarthinking in Blackboard!

Blackboard Technical Help Desk A Help Desk is now available to students enrolled in courses that utilize Blackboard. Online Students may contact the Help Desk for assistance in the following ways: • Telephone support with a certified Blackboard support representative. The phone number is 866-852-5588 and is available 24/7/365. • Online chat with a certified Blackboard support representative. This feature is accessible through the Online Learning Support Center Knowledge Base Website (see next bullet) and is available 24/7/365. • Online Learning Support Center Knowledge Base Website. This web-based forum provides articles about common issues reported, useful documentation, and workarounds to software-related issues. Visit http://d2.parature.com/ics/support/default.asp?deptID=8172


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DISTANCE LEARNING ORIENTATION AND CONTACTS

Distance Learning Orientation mandatory

An orientation is for students new to Online Learning and Blackboard. Students enrolled in Hybrid courses are also invited to attend the faceto-face orientation. Students new to distance learning may complete online orientation OR attend the face-to-face orientation. All students new to distance learning must take the SmarterMeasure Learning Readiness Indicator assessment (formerly READI). When the semester begins, please send a copy of your assessment results to your online instructor(s).

http://pcc.readi.info/ Username: piedmont Password: online

DL Orientation & Blackboard Tutorial http://www2.piedmontcc.edu/dlorientation Available beginning July 20

Face-to-Face Orientation & Blackboard Tutorial Person County Campus — Barnette Auditorium (D101) Aug. 18 ­— 5:30 – 7 p.m. Caswell County Campus - K202 Aug. 18 - 1-2:30 p.m.

Contacts for Distance Education

Libbie McPhaul-Moore, DE Coordinator/Instructor (336) 599-1181, ext. 445, mcphaul@piedmontcc.edu Angela Vaughn, DE Staff Assistant (336) 599-1181, ext. 246, vaughna@piedmontcc.edu


BLACKBOARD HELP DESK

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Are you ready for Distance Learning? Find out by completing the SmarterMeasure assessment. It will take you about 35 minutes from start to finish, but you may log out and complete it later if necessary. After you login, you will receive an e-mail from SmarterMeasure (formerly known as READI) with a PIN number that will allow you to log back in later or view your results again. SmarterMeasure is meant to be an interesting experience by which you may learn more about yourself, distance learning, and how to succeed! Your SmarterMeasure score will not prevent you from registering for online classes. It is a tool that will help you assess your strengths and opportunities for growth related to distance learning in 6 areas.

1. Individual Attributes

2. Learning Styles

3. Technical Competency, Skills, and Knowledge

4. Reading Rate and Recall

5. Typing Speed and Accuracy

6. Life Factors

You will receive a full color report immediately following the completion of all areas of SmarterMeasure. You may e-mail this report, print it, or download and save for future reference. It also provides some remedial tools related to each area.

To log in, visit http://pcc.readi.info/. The username is piedmont, and the password is online.


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DISTANCE LEARNING CLASS SCHEDULE Course

Course Title

Teleclasses ACC 120.41C/P ACC 129.41C/P BUS 110.41C/P BUS 115.41C/P BUS 153.41C/P BUS 153.42C/P BUS 260.41C/P BUS 260.42C/P CJC 111.81C/P CJC 121.81C/P CJC 132.81C/P CJC 213.81C/P ENG 111.41C/P ENG 111.42C/P ENG 112.41C/P ENG 114.41C/P ENG 115.41C/P ENG 274.81P HIS 131.81C/P HUM 110.41C/P HUM 120.81C/P HUM 150.41C/P MAT 140.81C PHI 210.81C/P PSY 150.41C/P PSY 150.42C/P PSY 150.43C REL 212.81P SOC 220.41C/P SPA 111.41C/P

Prin of Financial Accounting Individual Income Taxes Introduction to Business Business Law I Human Resource Management Human Resource Management Business Communication Business Communication Intro to Criminal Justice Law Enforcement Operations Court Procedure & Evidence Substance Abuse Expository Writing Expository Writing Argument-Based Research Prof Research & Reporting Oral Communication Literature by Women American History I Technology and Society Cultural Studies American Womens Studies Survey of Mathematics ** ‡ History of Philosophy General Psychology ‡ General Psychology ‡ General Psychology ‡ Intro to New Testament Social Problems Elementary Spanish I

Hours

Days

Time

4/5 3/4 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3

W W W W W S W S TTH TTH TTH TTH TH F T T F MW TTH TH TTH F MW MW M M F MW M F

12:30-1:45 pm 8-9:15 am 11 am-12:15 pm 3:45-5 pm 2:15-3:30 pm 9-10:15 am 5:15-6:30 pm 10:30-11:45 am 7-8:20 pm 5:30-6:50 pm 12:30-1:50 pm 2-3:20 pm 8-9:15 am 8-9:15 am 8-9:15 am 11 am-12:15 pm 12-1:15 pm 2-3:15 pm 9:30-10:45 am 11 am-12:15 pm 9:30-10:45 am 9:30-10:45 am 2-3:15 pm 8-9:15 am 3:30-4:45 pm 5:30-6:45 pm 8:30-11:20 am 12:30-1:45 pm 5:30-6:45 pm 1:30-2:45 pm

Instructor

W. Hatchett M. Wencel W. Hatchett N. Ogada N. Ogada R. Mardre R. Mardre R. Mardre K. Hux K. Hux D. Gooch D. Gooch L. Ward A. Solomon L. Ward N. Walker A. Solomon Staff W. Cohan N. Walker L. Ward A. Solomon H. Allmond Staff D. Christensen D. Christensen D. Christensen Staff A. Webb K. Fisher

Hybrid Courses Hybrid courses blend traditional class meetings with the World Wide Web, e-mail, and other Internet resources to provide opportunities for student-faculty and student-to-student interaction in person as well as online. Students access the web-based portion of the course through Blackboard. Requirements typically include class meetings once a week and access to a computer capable of providing graphical access to the Web, as well as appropriate Web and e-mail software. • Orientation is completed the first day of class. • * *Denotes courses with special requirements. Visit www2.piedmontcc.edu/lrc/Distance_Learning/courseinfoFA2011.htm

Hybrid Courses

(1/2 Internet and 1/2 Class Meeting or 1/2 Teleclass and 1/2 Class Meeting) ACA 111.61P College Student Success 1/1 S 8-9:45 am J. Solomon ACC 120.41C/P Prin of Financial Accounting 4/5 W 12:30-1:45 pm W. Hatchett ACC 129.41C/P Individual Income Taxes 3/4 W 8-9:15 am M. Wencel ART 264.61P Digital Photography I 3/5 F 10 am-12:20 pm J. Janis ART 265.61P Digital Photography II 3/5 W 9-11:20 am J. Janis AST 151.61P General Astronomy I 3/3 F 4-5:20 pm M. Czysz AST 151A.61P General Astronomy I Lab 1/2 F 5:30-6:20 pm M. Czysz


DISTANCE LEARNING CLASS SCHEDULE Course

Course Title

Hours

Days

Time

Instructor

BIO 111.61P BIO 112.61P BTC 181.61P BUS 110.41C/P BUS 110.61P BUS 115.41C/P BUS 115.61P BUS 153.41C/P BUS 153.42C/P BUS 260.41C/P BUS 260.42C/P CIS 110.61C CIS 110.61P CIS 110.62P CIS 111.61C CIS 115.61P CTS 130.61C CTS 130.61P ECO 252.41C/P ENG 090.61P ENG 090A.61P ENG 111.41C/P ENG 111.42C/P ENG 112.41C/P ENG 114.41C/P ENG 115.41C/P ENG 115.61P ENG 115.62P HSE 125.61P HSE 220.61P HUM 110.41C/P HUM 150.41C/P MAT 070.61C MAT 070.61P MAT 070.62P MAT 080.61C MAT 080.61P MAT 080.62P MAT 110.61P MAT 110.62P MAT 110.63P MAT 140.61C MAT 140.61P MAT 140.62P MAT 155.61P MAT 171.61P MAT 172.61P MKT 120.41C/P OST 136.61C PSY 150.41C/P

General Biology I General Biology II Basic Lab Techniques Introduction to Business Introduction to Business Business Law I Business Law I Human Resource Management Human Resource Management Business Communication Business Communication Introduction to Computers Introduction to Computers Introduction to Computers Basic PC Literacy Intro to Prog & Logic Spreadsheet Spreadsheet Prin of Macroeconomics Composition Strategies Comp Strategies Lab Expository Writing Expository Writing Argument-Based Research Prof Research & Reporting Oral Communication Oral Communication Oral Communication Counseling Case Management Technology and Society American Womens Studies Introductory Algebra Introductory Algebra Introductory Algebra Intermediate Algebra Intermediate Algebra Intermediate Algebra Mathematical Measurement Mathematical Measurement Mathematical Measurement Survey of Mathematics Survey of Mathematics Survey of Mathematics Statistical Analysis Precalculus Algebra Precalculus Trigonometry Principles of Marketing Word Processing General Psychology

4/6 4/6 4/6 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/4 3/4 3/4 2/3 3/5 3/4 3/4 3/3 3/3 1/2 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/4 3/4 3/3 3/3 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 4/5 3/4 3/4 3/4 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/4 3/3

W M TTH W T W T W S W S M TH TH M T M M W F F TH F T T F M TH W W TH F TH F S T MW F M T W M W M M M W W W M

1-3:50 pm L. McKay 1-3:50 pm L. McKay 1:40-2:55 pm R. Durren 11 am-12:15 pm W. Hatchett 5:30-6:45 pm M. Robbins 3:45-5 pm N. Ogada 7-8:15 pm M. Robbins 2:15-3:30 pm N. Ogada 9-10:15 am R. Mardre 5:15-6:30 pm R. Mardre 10:30-11:45 am R. Mardre 9:30-10:45 am R. Parker 5:30-6:45 pm K. Schnell 1:40-3:30 pm F. Harris 5:30-6:45 pm L. Smith 5:30-6:45 pm P. Phillips 5:30-6:45 pm R. Parker 5:30-6:45 pm D. Smith 9:30-10:45 am M. Wencel 8:30-9:45 am P. Stephens 9:50-10:40 am P. Stephens 8-9:15 am L. Ward 8-9:15 am A. Solomon 8-9:15 am L. Ward 11 am-12:15 pm N. Walker 12-1:15 pm A. Solomon 11:30 am-12:45 pm E. Plizga 5:15-6:30 pm L. Long 9:30-11:20 am K. Oakley 12-1:50 pm K. Oakley 11 am-12:15 pm N. Walker 9:30-10:45 am A. Solomon 11 am-1:15 pm D. Whitlow 11 am-1:15 pm S. Blanton 8:30-10:45 am P. Williams 11 am-1:15 pm D. Whitlow 1:30-2:45 pm A. Cobb 8:30-10:45 am H. Holloway 3-4:30 pm L. Cooley 2-3:30 pm S. Taylor 8:30-10 am A. Cobb 1:30-2:45 pm H. Allmond 5-6:15 pm H. Allmond 1:30-2:45 pm H. Allmond 5-6:15 pm L. Cooley 3:30-4:45 pm P. Morgan 5-6:15 pm P. Morgan 6:45-8 pm B. Totten 9-10:15 am L. Smith 3:30-4:45 pm D. Christensen

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DISTANCE LEARNING CLASS SCHEDULE Course

Course Title

Hours

Days

Time

PSY 150.42C/P PSY 150.43C PSY 150.61C PSY 150.61P PSY 150.62P PSY 150.63P PSY 241.61P PSY 281.61P SAB 110.61P SOC 210.61P SOC 210.62P SOC 213.61C SOC 220.41C/P SPA 111.41C/P SWK 113.61P WEB 120.61P

General Psychology General Psychology General Psychology General Psychology General Psychology General Psychology Developmental Psych Abnormal Psychology Substance Abuse Overview Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Sociology of the Family Social Problems Elementary Spanish I Working With Diversity Intro Internet Multimedia

3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/4

M F F TH TH F F W T M W W M F TH M

5:30-6:45 pm 8:30-11:20 am 8:30-11:20 am 10-11:15 am 12-1:15 pm 8:30-11:20 am 8:30-9:45 am 11 am-12:15 pm 12-1:20 pm 5:30-6:45 pm 8:30-9:45 am 5:30-6:45 pm 5:30-6:45 pm 1:30-2:45 pm 12-1:20 pm 1-2:15 pm

Instructor

D. Christensen D. Christensen D. Christensen D. Christensen D. Christensen D. Christensen L. Covington L. Covington K. Oakley L. Covington L. Covington A. Webb A. Webb K. Fisher S. Narin D. Smith

Internet Classes ACA 111.71 ACA 111.72 ACA 111.73 ACC 120.71 ACC 129.71 ACC 140.71 ACC 220.71 ACC 270.71 ART 111.71 BIO 111.71 BUS 110.71 BUS 110.72 BUS 115.71 BUS 153.71 BUS 260.71

College Student Success College Student Success College Student Success Prin of Financial Accounting Individual Income Taxes Payroll Accounting Intermediate Accounting I International Accounting Art Appreciation General Biology I Introduction to Business Introduction to Business Business Law I Human Resource Management Business Communication

1/1 1/1 1/1 4/5 3/4 2/3 4/5 3/3 3/3 4/6 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/3

INET INET INET INET INET INET INET INET INET INET INET INET INET INET INET

J. Solomon J. Solomon S. Marcellus W. Hatchett M. Wencel M. Wencel M. Wencel M. Wencel J. Crosby B. Glass W. Hatchett W. Hatchett W. Hatchett W. Hatchett M. Robbins

Internet Courses

Internet courses require access to a computer capable of providing graphical access to the Web, as well as appropriate Web and e-mail software. Once logged in, students are able to view their syllabus, course documents and assignments. The majority of tests are taken online. Some instructors, however, require that tests be taken on campus. Some courses require specific software. Educational discounts on software may be obtained through the PCC Bookstore.

• Completion of face-to-face or online orientation is required. • Students will be given access to their course by 9 a.m. on the start date of the course. • **Denotes courses with special requirements.

Visit www2.piedmontcc.edu/lrc/Distance_Learning/courseinfoFA2011.htm

CIS 110.71 CIS 110.72 CIS 110.73 CIS 110.74 CIS 110.75 CJC 141.71

Introduction to Computers ** ‡ Introduction to Computers ** ‡ Introduction to Computers ** ‡ Introduction to Computers ** ‡ Introduction to Computers ** ‡ Corrections

3/4 3/4 3/4 3/4 3/4 3/3

INET INET INET INET INET INET

F. Harris R. Parker D. Smith F. Harris K. Schnell W. Jones


DISTANCE LEARNING CLASS SCHEDULE Course

CSC 153.71 CSC 239.71 CTS 120.71 CTS 130.71 CTS 285.71 DBA 110.71 ECO 151.71 ECO 251.71 ECO 251.72 ECO 252.71 EDU 144.71 EDU 146.71 EDU 216.71 EDU 221.71 EDU 261.71 EDU 280.71 ENG 111.71 ENG 111.72 ENG 111.73 ENG 112.71 ENG 114.71 ENG 241.71 ENG 261.71 HIS 111.71 HIS 121.71 HSE 160.71 HSE 260.71 HUM 115.71 HUM 122.71 HUM 160.71 INT 210.71 MAT 070.71 MAT 080.71 MAT 115.71 MAT 140.71 MAT 171.71 MAT 172.71 MED 121.71 MKT 120.71 NET 110.71 NET 125.71 NOS 110.71 OST 136.71 OST 141.71 OST 141.72 OST 142.71 OST 181.71 PED 110.71 PSY 150.71 PSY 241.71

Course Title

C# Programming Advanced Visual BASIC Prog Hardware/Software Support Spreadsheet Systems Analysis & Design Database Concepts ** Survey of Economics Prin of Microeconomics Prin of Microeconomics Prin of Macroeconomics Child Development I Child Guidance Foundations of Education Children With Exceptional Early Childhood Admin I Language & Literacy Exp Expository Writing Expository Writing Expository Writing Argument-Based Research Prof Research & Reporting British Literature I World Literature I World Civilizations I Western Civilization I HSE Clinical Supervis I HSE Clinical Supervis II Critical Thinking Southern Culture Introduction to Film International Trade Introductory Algebra Intermediate Algebra Mathematical Models Survey of Mathematics Precalculus Algebra Precalculus Trigonometry Medical Terminology I Principles of Marketing Networking Concepts Networking Basics Operating Systems Concepts Word Processing Med Terms I-Med Office Med Terms I-Med Office Med Terms II-Med Office Intro to Office Systems Fit and Well for Life General Psychology Developmental Psych

Hours

Days

3/5 INET 3/5 INET 3/5 INET 3/4 INET 3/3 INET 3/5 INET 3/3 INET 3/3 INET 3/3 INET 3/3 INET 3/3 INET 3/3 INET 4/4 INET 3/3 INET 3/3 INET 3/3 INET 3/3 INET 3/3 INET 3/3 INET 3/3 INET 3/3 INET 3/3 INET 3/3 INET 3/3 INET 3/3 INET 1/1 INET 1/1 INET 3/3 INET 3/3 INET 3/4 INET 3/3 INET 4/5 INET 4/5 3/4 INET 3/3 INET 3/3 INET 3/3 INET 3/3 INET 3/3 INET 3/4 INET 3/5 INET 3/5 INET 3/4 INET 3/3 INET 3/3 INET 3/3 INET 3/4 INET 2/3 INET 3/3 INET 3/3 INET

Time

Instructor

D. Bowen P. Phillips S. O’Hara D. Smith P. Phillips D. Smith M. Wencel M. Wencel W. Hatchett M. Wencel S. Beshears L. Coates L. Coates A. Villines A. Villines L. Coates S. Ficalora C. Mojica L. Ward S. Ficalora N. Walker S. Ficalora C. Mojica W. Cohan W. Cohan K. Oakley S. Narin N. Walker T. Gould L. Ward N. Ogada K. Sanders K. Sanders J. Waldo H. Allmond P. Morgan P. Morgan W. Duncan M. Robbins D. Smith F. Harris D. Smith W. Duncan M. Durling W. Duncan M. Durling L. Smith J. Balta L. Covington S. Narin

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13 WEEK COURSES, NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION, ITALY 2010 Course

Course Title

Hours

Days

Time

REL 110.71 SEC 110.71 SEC 240.71 SWK 110.71 SWK 220.71 WEB 110.71 WEB 115.71 WEB 180.71

World Religions Security Concepts Wireless Security Intro to Social Work Swk Issues in Client Services Internet/Web Fundamentals Web Markup and Scripting Active Server Pages

3/3 3/3 3/4 3/3 3/3 3/4 3/4 3/4

INET INET INET INET INET INET INET INET

13 Week Courses BUS 110.72 BUS 115.71 CIS 110.72 CIS 110.74 CIS 110.75 ECO 251.71 ECO 251.72 ECO 252.71 NOS 110.71

Introduction to Business Business Law I Introduction to Computers ** ‡ Introduction to Computers ** ‡ Introduction to Computers ** ‡ Prin of Microeconomics Prin of Microeconomics Prin of Macroeconomics Operating Systems Concepts

3/3 3/3 3/4 3/4 3/4 3/3 3/3 3/3 3/5

INET INET INET INET INET INET INET INET INET

Instructor

V. Ferguson F. Harris F. Harris S. Narin S. Narin S. O’Hara R. Parker R. Parker

W. Hatchett W. Hatchett R. Parker F. Harris K. Schnell M. Wencel W. Hatchett M. Wencel D. Smith

New Student Orientation Inviting all New PCC Students to “Get Started, Get Connected, & Get Involved” New Student Orientation will introduce you to personnel and resources that will help you to get started on the right track at PCC. Workshops on how to access information in the LRC and how to get to the College’s online resources will help you get connected. Student leaders will be available to help answer any questions you may have and help you get involved. Campus tours, working with academic advisors, checking on your financial aid status, and getting your student IDs made will round out the day. New Student Orientation will be held on the Person County Campus on Thursday, July 14, from 1 – 4 p.m. in Room D120 and on Monday, July 18, from 4 – 7 pm in Room S100. New Student Orientation on the Caswell County Campus will be Wednesday, July 13, at 4 p.m. in Room K203.

Italy 2010 PCC travelers enjoyed a gondola ride to take in the sights of Venice during a trip to Italy this spring


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Learning Resources Centers Open to PCC students and the community Your Passport to Learning • Electronic databases • E- Books • Reference materials • Top national and international magazines and newspapers • Internet connectivity with expanded bandwidth • Electronic reference materials • NC LIVE 24-hour online library service • Inter-library loans • And much more!

Visit your Learning Resources Centers Person County Campus & Caswell County Campus M-Th - 7:30 am - 9 pm F - 7:30 am - 5 pm Sat - 8 am - 3 pm

M-Th - 7:30 am - 8 pm F - 7:30 am - 4 pm

Visit your LRC in person or online and discover how communities thrive at your library.

www2.piedmontcc.edu/lrc

Read n’ See Book Club Last fall the LRC implemented the Read n’ See Book Club which showcased reading and discussion and viewing films and plays related to the chosen books. During the 20112012 school year, the book club will provide the following program to engage, students, faculty and community:

Fall 2011 Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress Author: Dai Sijie More information on activities related to the reading and discussion of these two books will be forthcoming.


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ACADEMIC SUCCESS CENTER

G204 Person County Campus

K152 Caswell County Campus

Making Good Students...Event Better! The Academic Success Center welcomes all curriculum students this fall semester. We are a student-centered, friendly place where students come for academic and computer assistance. Join us for “Fall for Success” open house. Featuring workshops, activities, door prizes, and more! Person County Campus Wednesday, Aug. 31, 10 a.m. – 2.p.m. Caswell County Campus Thursday, Sept. 1, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m.

The Academic Success Center offers:

• Open computer lab access and assistance • Drop-in tutoring for general education courses including math, biology, chemistry, Spanish, and more! • Writing Center – writing assistance for any writing assignment. • Organized course study groups - New this fall! • Testing Center • Free workshops on computer technology and learning strategies! • Smarthinking – On-line Tutoring – Anywhere, Anytime


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Student Support Services

The purpose of the SSS is to improve the academic and life skills through educational opportunities. Our staff facilitates personal enrichment by providing the following services: Counseling, Academic Advising, Academic Tutoring, College Transfer, Financial Aid Assistance, Financial and economic literacy information, Peer Assistance Learning Groups, Seminars, Cultural Enrichment and Equipment Loan. The goals of the SSS Program are: • To increase college retention and graduation rates for eligible students. • To increase the transfer rate of eligible students from 2 year to 4 year institutions. • To foster an institutional climate supportive of the success of low-income and first generation college students and individuals with disabilities. For more information call (336) 599-1181, ext. 279 or go to www2.piedmontcc.edu/sss.

All TRIO Programs services are free of charge!

GET READY FOR NEW NURSING & MEDICAL ASSISTINg requirements Changes in admissions for two PCC healthcare programs have been adopted and have implications for students beginning with the Fall 2011 semester. The Associate Degree Nursing program will implement new requirements this Fall for admission in Fall 2012. The new requirements include a point system to rank applicants. More information is available in the complete ADN Admission Requirements, listed on pages 60-63 in this publication. The Medical Assisting program will begin new admission requirements this Fall. All developmental courses must be completed prior to admission. Applicants will be required to pass the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS). Complete admission requirements are listed in the Medical Assisting Admission Requirements, listed on page 64 in this publication. For more information on the Associate Degree Nursing program, contact Alisa Montgomery at montgoa@piedmontcc.edu,Ext. 436 or Kelly Holder at holderk@piedmontcc.edu, Ext. 430. For more information on the Medical Assisting program, contact Brandy Loftis at loftisb@piedmontcc.edu, Ext. 238 or Kelly Holder at holderk@piedmontcc.edu, Ext. 430.


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Associate Degree Nursing Program Admissions Policy

Applicants are admitted under provision of the admission policies of Piedmont Community College (PCC) and the Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) Program. Applicants are selected on the basis of their achievement potential through review of previous academic records, scores on required Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS), and number of available seats in the program. Students are admitted to a new ADN cohort each fall. The deadline for all required documents and testing is Feb. 15 of the year prior to that fall. In order for a student to be considered for admission to the ADN program, the applicant must complete Phases I and II below. Students may not take the TEAS exam until Phase I is complete. Failure to complete any portion of the requirements may jeopardize admission to the program.

PHASE I: Application and Admission Process

• Submit a completed application to PCC. • Send official transcripts from high school and all other colleges to PCC. • Have graduated or will graduate from high school or the equivalent, as recognized by the State of North Carolina, before entering the ADN program. • Complete college placement tests for English, Reading, and Math. Students may be exempt from placement testing if they have completed the SAT and achieved a score of 500 on each section, or ACT score of 19 on English, Reading, and Math, or have received transfer credit from another college. • Complete developmental course work in English, Reading, and Mathematics unless the results of the admissions placement test show advance placement into English 111 and Mathematics 110. • Complete one unit of general Chemistry and one unit of general Biology at or above the secondary school level with a grade of “C” or better, within ten (10) years of entrance date to the ADN program. Biology 094, Biology 111, or Biology 163 will meet the high school biology requirement. Chemistry 092, Chemistry 131, or Chemistry 151 will meet the high school chemistry requirement. Equivalent courses may be taken at other community colleges. • Complete CIS 110 with a grade of “C” or better. • Maintain a GPA of 2.5 or higher without rounding. • Applicants are encouraged to enroll in non-nursing courses required in the ADN curriculum while awaiting admission to the nursing program. It is highly recommended that students complete BIO 168 and 169 prior to entering the nursing program. BIO 168 and 169 must be taken within five (5) years of entrance date to the ADN program. • Any student who earns a “D” or “F” in any required course for the ADN program must repeat that course prior to entering the nursing program and earn a grade of “C” or better. • Any Pre-Nursing student who makes two (2) “D’s” or two (2) “F’s” in any required course, or repeats any developmental level course, Chemistry 092, or Biology 094 more than once may be denied admission into the nursing program.

PHASE II: TEAS Test, CNA Certification, and Program Application

• Upon completion of ALL developmental courses, general chemistry and general biology, students may apply to take the TEAS. The TEAS cannot be taken until PHASE I is completed and all required materials have been received in the Admissions Office. Application forms are available in the student development office and online. Testing dates will be scheduled from October through January and will be posted on the Director of Nursing Education’s office door, in Student Development, and online. It is the student’s responsibility to complete the


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application to test and schedule a date to take the test prior to the last scheduled day of testing. No extra tests will be given after the last scheduled date. • Complete the TEAS V test. Applicants are allowed to test twice per testing period. Testing may be done at another facility provided the official test results are sent to PCC through the registrar’s office of the other facility. The testing fee is $35. Applicants are allowed 209 minutes to complete this computer-based test. The study guide for the TEAS may be purchased in the PCC bookstore or online at www.atitesting.com. The website also has an online practice test available for purchase. In addition, the study guide is available on reserve in PCC’s Learning Resources Center (LRC). TEAS Testing Domain Number of Items Administration Reading 42 58 minutes Mathematics 30 51 minutes Science 48 66 minutes English Language Usage 30 34 minutes • Submit a program specific application (given out after administration of the TEAS test) by February 15. Applications must be submitted to the Admissions Office. • Be CNA I certified prior to starting the ADN program. Applicants must have successfully completed a North Carolina approved Certified Nurse Aide I program and be currently listed on the Nurse Aide I Registry with no substantiated findings of resident abuse, resident neglect or misappropriation of resident property in a nursing facility. The Certified Nurse Aide I training program must include theory, lab, and clinical components. The applicant must provide a copy of the certificate of completion from an approved program. LPNs will be exempt from this requirement. *Challenging the Nurse Aide I examination will not meet this requirement. CMA or EMT certification will not meet this requirement. *Financial aid will pay for the CNA I course ONLY IF all required developmental courses have been taken and the student has a GPA of 2.5 or higher. For more information, contact Frances Lunsford in the Financial Aid Office.

PHASE III: Selection Process and Notification of Admission Status

• Applicants who have met all entrance requirements and have submitted an application to the ADN program will be considered by the Nursing Admission Committee. Consideration will be based upon the point system in the table on the following page. • Notification will be sent by April 15 to those who completed the admission application. One of the following categories will be listed: 1. Conditional acceptance (See Phase IV) 2. Waiting List 3. Not accepted • Applicants not accepted must reapply the following year if admission is still desired. • MAT 110 must be completed prior to entering the ADN program.


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Point System TEAS V

ACA 111

BIO 168

BIO169

GPA

Service Area

12 Sem. Total Hrs Points Credit at PCC

≥ 3.5 = 5 pts

2 pts

1 pt

Reading

Math

≥90% = 43 pts

≥85% = 20 pts

A = 3 pts

A = 14 pts

A = 12 pts

80-89.9% = 23 pts

75-84.9% = 15 pts

B = 1 pt

B = 7 pts

B = 5 pts

70-79.9% = 10 pts

65-74.9% = 10 pts

GPA

BIO

CHM

Service Area

AP

AP

2 pts

3.0-3.49 = 2 pts

or HS STUDENTS TEAS V Reading

Math

≥90% = 41 pts

≥85% = 20 pts

≥ 4.0 = 20 A = 10 pts pts

A = 7 pts

80-89.9% = 21 pts

75-84.9% = 15 pts

3.5-3.99 = B = 7 pts 15 pts

B = 5 pts

70-79.9% = 10 pts

65-74.9% = 10 pts

3.0-3.49 = C = 6 pts 10 pts

C = 4 pts

Possible total points = 100

Honors

Honors

A = 9 pts

A = 6 pts

B = 6 pts

B = 4 pts

C = 5 pts

C = 3 pts

General

General

A = 8 pts

A = 5 pts

B = 5 pts

B = 3 pts


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PHASE IV: Acceptance

• Students accepted to the ADN program must: • Return intent form to the Director, ADN Education within ten (10) business days. • Attend a mandatory 1-day orientation program on the designated date. • Show satisfactory completion of physical and emotional health by the student’s primary care provider. An applicant with a history of physical or emotional health concerns must provide evidence that appropriate treatment has taken place and that the problem has been alleviated. • Show evidence of required immunizations and/or titers: • Hep B Series & titer (May sign waiver) • Varicella titer required • Tetanus (Within last 10 years) • MMR (As required by age) • Childhood immunizations • TB skin test (Within last 90 days) • Show evidence of current American Heart Association Healthcare Provider CPR certification. • Complete required criminal background check (CBC) and initial drug screening through the designated service provider. (Information will be mailed with the acceptance letter.) The student will incur the cost of these. *Students admitted to the ADN program at PCC will submit to CBC and drug screening upon admission to the program and random drug screening as directed by affiliated clinical agencies. Information obtained from the background check is sent directly to clinical agencies from the CBC service provider and could jeopardize the student’s ability to participate in clinical experiences and would result in the student’s inability to complete the program. The application for licensure examination with the North Carolina Board of Nursing contains questions as to whether or not the applicant has ever been convicted of a misdemeanor/felon other than minor traffic violations. If the answer is “yes” the applicant is asked to provide an explanation. This question is asked because of the legal requirements for becoming registered as a nurse in North Carolina. Similar requirements exist in other states.

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The Nursing Practice Act, Article 9, Chapter 90 of the General Statutes of North Carolina, states that the North Carolina Board of Nursing may deny an application for licensure if the Board determines that the applicant: Has given false information or has withheld material information from the board in procuring or attempting to procure a license to practice nursing. Has been convicted of or pled guilty or nolo contendere to any crime which indicates that the nurse is unfit or incompetent to practice nursing or that the nurse has deceived or defrauded the public. Has a mental or physical disability or used any drug to a degree that interferes with his or her fitness to practice nursing. Engages in conduct that endangers the public health. Is unfit or incompetent to practice nursing by reason of deliberate or negligent acts or omissions regardless of whether actual injury to the patient is established. Engages in conduct that deceives, defrauds or harms the public in the course of professional activities or services. Has willfully violated any provision of the Article or of regulations enacted by the board.

Piedmont Community College does not offer Advanced Placement for the LPN. For more information about the Nursing Program, please contact Alisa Montgomery (336) 599-1181, ext. 436 or Kelly Holder (336) 599-1181, ext. 430.


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Medical Assisting Admissions Policy

Pre-Medical Assisting • Prior to admission to the Medical Assisting program, students should take all required developmental courses. In addition, ACA 111, MED 110 and any non MED prefix course can be completed prior to admission to the program. • Prior to admission to the Medical Assisting program, students must have a “C” or above in all courses required for the Medical Assisting program of study. In addition, the student’s overall GPA must be a 2.0 or above.

Admission to the Medical Assisting Program

Admission to the Medical Assisting curriculum is limited and based upon the selection of those candidates who possess the ability to succeed in a demanding academic program. Students who are admitted to the program must follow the semester-by-semester Medical Assisting Course Sequence to remain in their cohort. Failure to complete the semester sequence will cause a student to be dropped from the program and require them to apply for readmission to the program. The following requirements must be met before an applicant may be considered for admission to the first year of the Medical Assisting Program: • Program Application on file • All high school and/or college transcripts on file in admissions • Placement test scores or required developmental courses completed • Completion of the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) • Current certification in American Heart Association CPR and First Aid (Health Care Provider). Currency must be maintained. Medical Assisting Program Requirements – • Prior to the final semester of the Medical Assisting Program, students must have on file in admissions a health report documenting emotional and physical health completed by a physician, nurse practitioner, or physician’s assistant; criminal background check and drug screening filed with their assigned clinical site; and all required immunizations completed. • Externship spaces are limited, and students may have to wait for availability. • Externships are unpaid experiences. Students will perform a minimum of 240 hours during the externship. • For continued enrollment and progression, Medical Assisting students must maintain an overall grade point average of 2.0 and must not have a grade below a “C” in any course required by the Medical Assisting curriculum. • Medical Assisting students receiving a grade less than “C” in any course required by the Medical Assisting Program of Study will be dropped from the program and must follow the procedures for readmission to continue in the Medical Assisting program. • Students who are dismissed from the Medical Assisting program or those who have chosen to leave the program may not take any MED course prior to readmission.

For more information about the Medical Assisting Program, contact Brandy Loftis (336) 599-1181, ext. 238 or Kelly Holder (336) 599-1181, ext. 430.


Fall 2011 Curriculum Schedule