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Pikes Peak Community College

2011 Summer Schedule


Click http://www.ppcc.edu/calendar/academic-dates/list/ for the current Academic Calendar.

How to Read the Schedule of Courses 1 CRN

2 COURSE DAYS 5

3 TITLE TIMES 6

1

CRN

Code used for registration

2

COURSE

Section number of class

3

TITLE

Title of course

4

CR

Number of credits to be awarded upon successful completion of the course

5

DAYS

M T W R F S U

6

TIMES

Time class begins and ends

7

BLDG/RM

Building and room PA = Centennial Campus, Aspen Bldg (A) PB = Centennial Campus, Breckenridge Bldg (C) PDO = Downtown Studio Campus PRR = Rampart Range Campus & Rampart Center PFN = Falcon Campus PZZ = Miscellaneous Campus PRV = Irving Middle School PFC = Fort Carson PPA = Peterson Air Force Base

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PART OF TERM F10 F15 BI1 BI2 TR1 TR2 TR3 MS4 LAT WKC NSS

= = = = = = =

BLDG/RM 7

4 CR PART OF TERM 8

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

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Full Semester, Summer Full Semester, Fall First Bi-semester Second Bi-semester First Tri-semester Second Tri-semester Third Tri-semester Late Start Semester Five-week Late Start Semester Weekend College Semester Non-Standard Semester

Part of term codes and dates are listed in the following section in the Academic Calendar. Courses in room A-206 at the Centennial Campus are generally Interactive Television which broadcast on TV. st

Any class may use technology to enhance instruction and prepare students with 21 century workforce skills. Instructional workshops are offered at the beginning of each semester, and assistance is available in computer labs. Online classes may also have an onsite component.

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Click http://www.ppcc.edu/calendar/academic-dates/list/ for the current Academic Calendar. Register for Classes Go to the college registration website and log in 1 Go to MY.PPCC.EDU 2 Enter your user ID Use your Banner ID (Sxxxxxxxx). 3 Enter your PIN and Click Login The first time you log in, your PIN will be the mmddyy of your birth date. The first time you log in, you will be required to change your PIN from your birth date to ensure security. Keep your PIN safe, available, and confidential. 4 Click on your Student Tab Under Registration Tools, click on Look Up Classes 5 Select Search Term 6 Select appropriate term. Click Submit. Look up classes by subject/days/times/etc 1 Select Subject and click on a Course Subject you are interested in. To select multiple Course Subjects, hold down your Ctrl key and click on as many Course Subjects as desired. 2 Click Class Search and a listing of all courses will appear. NOTE: A number of other options are available for you to search on such as times, days, instructional method, etc., but you must always include SUBJECT in your search. Select classes/register and view schedules 1 Click in the open checkbox in front of the course CRN (Course Registration Number) you desire, scroll to the bottom of the page, click the Register button and the course will be added to your schedule 2 Current Schedule will appear. Verify that you registered for the correct course. You can continue to add or drop classes by repeating the class search function or You may choose to use the “Add to Worksheet” to develop a full schedule before finalizing and submitting for registration. To use the worksheet you will need to know the CRN for each desired course. 3 Return to menu (at the top left hand corner of the page) to view your detailed schedule, view/pay your bill, and to access your financial aid information. 4 Print a copy of your detailed schedule by using the browser print function on the top toolbar. Change Your Class Schedule Adding a Class You may add classes using the online registration system or complete a class adjustment form at any registration location at any time during posted registration dates. Dropping a Class You may drop classes using the online registration system or complete a class adjustment form at any registration location. Instructors or other College staff are not responsible for dropping you from your classes. Withdrawing from a Class. A withdrawal is indicated as a “W” on your transcripts and you must still pay for the class. If you do not withdraw by the course deadline, your instructor will assign the grade you have earned. You can Schedule Preface


withdraw from a class by using the online registration system or completing a withdrawal form and turning it in to any registration location or withdraw online. Instructors cannot withdraw you from a class. NOTE: If the Web registration system will not allow you access to register for your initial registration, you may not be able to use the web registration for any subsequent adjustments. This would include adding, dropping or withdrawing from classes. Grading Options. You may request to audit a class or select the satisfactory/unsatisfactory option. These options must be selected at the time of registration. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory options require dean approval. Audit courses are not COF eligible. Students who audit a class will be responsible for total tuition without the COF stipend. Course Delivery Methods PPCC Internet-based Classes / ppccConnect Classes Students can access these classes from any computer connected to the Internet, including computers on campus. Students will receive assignments, participate in threaded discussions, turn in assignments, and take examinations online. In most cases, no trips to campus are required. Most instructors establish due dates for assignments and examinations, but within those time frames students work at their own pace, with no specific times to be online. For more information, check "Distance Learning" on the PPCC website or call 719-502-3555. NOTE: PPCC Internet-based classes follow the same schedule as regular classes regarding start, end, drop and withdrawal dates. Important Facts About ppccConnect 1. Textbooks are usually the same books used for on-campus classes. All textbooks are available at the Centennial Campus bookstore or online at www.ppccbookstore.com. 2. Classes are accessed through the PPCC Portal. Click on ppccConnect in the Online Course access box. 3. PPCC Online classes are NOT self-paced. You are responsible for logging into your online class within the first three days of the semester. Most instructors will have assignments due within the first week. Hybrid Classes Hybrid, or blended, classes combine on campus class sessions with Internet-based course work or live televised lectures. In most cases students will meet once a week for lecture, hands-on learning, and face-to-face group activities. Remaining assignments will be completed online. Students can access online activities from any computer connected to the Internet, including those in campus computer labs. Sections 1H*= Classes based at Centennial Campus 2H*= Classes based at Rampart Range Campus 3H*= Classes based at Downtown Studio Campus 4H*= Classes based at Falcon Campus Interactive Television Classes Interactive Television classes are broadcast from PPCC at the same time the class is being taught on campus. 1TV students watch the class on television and call the instructor with questions or comments. The instructor will answer Schedule Preface


the question no TV. Classes are broadcast on Comcast (Channel 21). Students should be sure that they receive this channel before enrolling. For more information, call 719-502-3555 or 1-800-456-6847, ext. 3555. All 1TV students must have Comcast Cable to view 1TV classes. CCCOnline Classes CCCOnline combines the efforts of most community colleges in Colorado to provide classes and in some cases full degrees for students who want to pursue their education online. All students must choose a home school, and grades earned by students who choose PPCC will go directly to their PPCC transcripts. Students can access these classes from any computer connected to the Internet, including computers on campus when PPCC classes are in session. Students will receive assignments, participate in threaded discussions, turn in assignments, and take examinations online. Campus visits are not required. Most instructors establish due dates for assignments and examinations, but within those time frames students work at their own pace, with no specific times to be online. On the first day of classes CCC Online students should go to the PPCC Portal and click on CCC Online in the Online Course access box. CCC Online students may purchase textbooks at the Centennial or Rampart Range Campus Bookstore, the PPCC Online bookstore at www.ppccbookstore.com, or through the CCC Online website, www.ccconline.org. Important Facts about CCCOnline 1. Textbooks are usually not the same books used for on-campus classes. All textbooks are available at the Centennial Campus bookstore or online at www.ppccbookstore.com. 2. Classes are accessed through the PPCC Portal. Click on CCC Online in the Online Course access box. 3. You are responsible for logging into your online class within the first three days of the semester. Most instructors will have assignments due within the first week. 4. CCC Online classes have different registration and start dates than PPCC Online or on-campus classes. Refer to the current Academic Calendar. CCC Online information is subject to change. Please check www.ccconline.org for the latest information. Weekend College Doing anything special this weekend? It is possible to earn an Associate of Arts degree at Pikes Peak Community College in two years by attending college only on the weekends. PPCC Weekend College at the Downtown Studio Campus offers a variety of classes for the student who wants to earn a degree but can only attend on the weekends or for the student who just wants to pick up an extra class or two. Classes are offered Fridays in the afternoon and evenings, and Saturdays throughout the day. Your Weekend College experience can also be enhanced with online classes, Internet and Hybrid offerings, blended classes that allow you the flexibility of combining a traditional classroom experience with at-home Internet learning, are a perfect complement to Weekend College. For more information, call 719-502-3000. CIS/CSC Open-Entry/Open-Exit Courses Through the Open-Entry program students may take a limited number of self-instructed classes in a flexible lab environment. Each course is self-paced and must be completed within the current semester. There are two enrollment dates for open-entry classes. Refer to "Important Dates" on the semester calendar. Students must take an Orientation Quiz for each course in an Open-Entry lab within the first week of the scheduled session or be dropped from the class. O/E lab hours can be found online in D2L under "Getting Started". Minimal instruction is available in the open-entry labs. Students will complete all exams under the supervision of the Schedule Preface


open-entry lab facilitator. O/E classes (except CIS 110) are recommended for self-motivated students who are computer literate, and already have significant knowledge in the subject area of the course. Students needing significant instructor guidance are not considered good candidates for this program (except students in CIS 110). The O/E lab facilitator will schedule tutoring sessions for students enrolled in CIS 110. Students wishing to complete CSC 105 and CIS 118 in Open-Entry must first enroll in a classroom or online section of the course and be recommended for transfer by their instructor. for more information regarding O/E, students may contact Frank Kuehn at 719-502-3267. Math Open-Entry Courses Math Open-Entry classes are designed for those students who could benefit from an option different from the classroom or online teaching. Often these are students who are redoing their math classes. The class requires in-class computer work two hours a day, five days a week. It is self-paced. A math faculty member is available to answer questions but does no lecturing. A grade is given based on three written tests, the final percentage earned working with the computer software, a notebook, and scores on multiplication and division tables. These courses are eligible for financial aid. Students are encouraged to do additional computer work outside of class. Please contact Marilyn Frydrych at Marilyn.Frydrych@ppcc.edu or 719-502-3304. Learning Communities Learning communities are pairs of team-taught classes of two different subjects, offered back-to-back. You can take two subjects integrated and taught together by two different instructors. You get the same credits and two grades that you would earn for taking the courses separately, but as one student wrote, "It's like getting two teachers and two perspectives for each subject, and all in a way that makes them feel like the subjects were made to go together". Interdisciplinary learning is not only fun, but encourages higher levels of critical thinking. Two integrated classes with the same instructors and students become a community: "Taking these classes together made me feel like a member of the college. I have a greater sense of belonging because of the bonds created". Remember when you sign up for a learning community, you will need to make sure you sign up for the correct two sections of the two different courses. For assistance with registration, go to Enrollment Services at any campus or call 719-502-4357. Continuing Education Math Second Chance The Math Second Chance program is designed to fill in gaps which prevented students from passing MAT 030, MAT 060, MAT 075, Mat 045, MAT 090, or MAT 077. Enrolling in the next course is dependent on an appropriate score on the Accuplacer test. Computer literacy is not necessary for success. The classes are self-paced instruction on a computer with guidance from a tutor. Classes meet between semesters for two hours a day, five days a week, typically for two weeks. Since this is a Continuing Education course, it is not eligible for financial aid. No grade will be recorded. The cost of the program is about $55 for the course and $47 for the computer software. Accuplacer will cost an additional $10. Please come to the first session with a 6-week ALEKS code from the PPCC bookstore. Registration will occur the first day in class. You will be responsible for paying the $55 for the course to the PPCC cashier before the next semester starts. Expect to put in two additional hours per day outside the scheduled class time. Contact your present math instructor or Marilyn Frydrych Marilyn.Frydrych@ppcc.edu for times and room locations.

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SUMMER 2011 PPCC CONNECT

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TIMES

TITLE

CR

BLDG/ROOM TERM INSTRUCTOR

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

CR

BLDG/ROOM TERM INSTRUCTOR F10

ACCOUNTING

502-3300

12005 ACC 101-1N1 Fundamentals of Accounting F10

11895 ACC 115-1N1 Payroll Accounting

F10

Wulf

Holling

3 3

F10

Dieball

4

F10

Dieball

4

F10

Jacobsen

F10

Kilmer

3

Prerequisite: Note: It is strongly recommended to take ACC 121 before ACC 131 13611 ACC 226-1N1 Cost Accounting

F10

Destefano

3

Prerequisite: ACC 122 (Grade of C or better) and ACC 135 or CIS 155

ANTHROPOLOGY

502-3300

12450 ANT 101-2N1 Cultural Anthropology: SS3 BI1

Foulks

Prerequisite: ENG 090

502-3400

11679 BIO 216-1N1 Pathophysiology

F10Herraez Sanchez

BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION

3

Bailey

BUSINESS

BI2

Foulks

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090 12452 ANT 111-1N1 Physical Anthropology: SS3 F10

Foulks

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090 12453 ANT 215-2N1 Indians of No. America: SS3 BI1

Foulks

3

13965 BUS 105-1N1 Business Orientation

F10

Taggart

11494 BUS 115-1N1 Introduction to Business F10

Thirion

502-3200

Photography courses are located under both the ART and PHO categories. For program questions, please contact Judith Kimbrell at 502-3130 or judith.kimbrell@ppcc.edu. 11941 ART 110-1N1 Art Appreciation: AH1 F10

Coco

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090 12226 ART 110-1N2 Art Appreciation: AH1

2 - LEGEND: EVENING CLASSES, SPECIAL NOTES

3

0.5 3

Prerequisite: ENG 090 11495 BUS 115-1N2 Introduction to Business F10

Thirion

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090 13216 BUS 115-1N3 Introduction to Business F10

Mellon

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090 12038 BUS 216-1N1 Legal Environment of Business

3

12545 BUS 216-1N2 Legal Environment of Business

3

12037 BUS 217-1N1 Bus Communication/Rept Write

3

Natali

F10

Natali

F10

Taggart

Prerequisite: ENG 090

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS

502-3300

12454 CIS

115-1N1 Intro to Computer Info Sys

11806 CIS

118-1N1 Intro PC Applications

11807 CIS

118-1N2 Intro PC Applications

12388 CIS

118-1N3 Intro PC Applications

13244 CIS

118-1N4 Intro PC Applications

13259 CIS

118-1N5 Intro PC Applications

Prerequisite: ENG 090

ART

1

502-3300

F10

Prerequisite: ENG 090 12451 ANT 101-3N1 Cultural Anthropology: SS3

4

502-3300

F10

3

Prerequisite: ACC 101 or 121 or concurrent enrollment 12723 ACC 131-1N1 Income Tax

3

Conrad

12762 BTE 100-1N1 Computer Keyboarding

Prerequisite: ACC 121 11487 ACC 125-1N1 Computerized Accounting

F10

Prerequisite: BIO 201, BIO 202

Prerequisite: ENG 090, MAT 060 11486 ACC 122-1N1 Accounting Principles II

13263 ART 110-1N3 Art Appreciation: AH1

BIOLOGY

Prerequisite: ACC 101 or 121 11896 ACC 121-1N1 Accounting Principles I

Coco

Prerequisite: ENG 090

F10 F10 F10 F10 F10

Ohle Bailey

Meiklejohn Kuehn Mannering

3 3 3 3 3 3

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SUMMER 2011 PPCC CONNECT

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TIMES

TITLE

CR

BLDG/ROOM TERM INSTRUCTOR F10

118-1N6 Intro PC Applications

13629 CIS

124-1N1 Intro to Operating Systems

3

13974 CIS

124-1N2 Intro to Operating Systems

3

11808 CIS

155-1N1 PC Spreadsheet Concepts

3

F10

F10

Kuehn Mannering Mannering

F10

13910 CIS

155-1N2 PC Spreadsheet Concepts

13969 CIS

287-1N1 Cooperative Education

Ohle

F10 F10

Ohle

Meiklejohn

CRIMINAL JUSTICE

3

11504 CRJ

145-1N1 Correctional Process

3

11505 CRJ

146-1N1 Community Based Corrections

3

12700 CRJ

150-3N1 Victims of Crime and Trauma

3

12704 CRJ

205-3N1 Principles of Criminal Law

3

F10 F10

Merson Merson

Thorson

BI2

Morris

BI2

12702 CRJ

211-1N1 Criminal Investigation II

F10

Devaux Merson

BI2 F10

Morris Merson

3 3

3 3 3

12703 CRJ

216-1N1 Juvenile Law and Procedures

3

Grayson

13519 CRJ

220-2N1 Human Rel/Social Conflict

13517 CRJ

225-1N1 Crisis Intervention

11510 CRJ

230-2N1 Criminology

13518 CRJ

264-1N1 Pract Crime Scene Investiga

BI1

Morris

F10

Devaux

BI1

Morris

F10

Prerequisite: CRJ 209, CRJ 211, CRJ 260

LEGEND: EVENING CLASSES, SPECIAL NOTES

Merson

Boger

F10

Simpson

F10

Riddle

F10

Riddle

13978 CSC 105-1N7 Computer Literacy

F10

Ohle

11894 CSC 120-1N1 Prob Solving: Visual Basic F10

Ohle

COMPUTER WEB-BASED

3

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

502-3300 F10

Simpson

ECONOMICS

3

502-3300 F10

Steele

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090, MAT 045 or MAT 060 or MAT 075 12761 ECO 202-1N1 Prin of Microeconomics: SS1 F10

Williams

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090, MAT 045 or MAT 060 or MAT 075

EDUCATION

502-3300

11734 EDU 221-1N1 Introduction to Education F10

3

F10

F10

12760 ECO 201-1N1 Prin of Macroeconomics: SS1

215-1N1 Constitutional Rights Inmates

Thorson

Riddle

12396 CWB 110-1N1 Complete Web Author: HTML

11508 CRJ

F10

F10

13688 CSC 105-1N6 Computer Literacy

3

F10

Simpson

13247 CSC 105-1N5 Computer Literacy

125-1N1 Law Enforcement Operations

Morris

F10

3

11503 CRJ

BI2

502-3300

3

110-3N1 Intro to Criminal Justice

Morris

COMPUTER SCIENCE

12742 CSC 105-1N4 Computer Literacy

12596 CRJ

BI1

210-3N1 Constitutional Law

BLDG/ROOM TERM INSTRUCTOR

12389 CSC 105-1N3 Computer Literacy

110-2N1 Intro to Criminal Justice

12701 CRJ

TIMES

CR

11817 CSC 105-1N2 Computer Literacy

11502 CRJ

209-1N1 Criminal Investigation I

DAYS

TITLE

11816 CSC 105-1N1 Computer Literacy

502-3300

11506 CRJ

COURSE

Bailey

13709 CIS

F10

CRN

Smith

3

Prerequisite: ENG 121; must have concurrent fieldexperience component if not embedded in the class 11996 EDU 250-3N1 CTE in Colorado

BI2

Harris

1

EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT & PLANNING 502-3300

3

11532 EMP 101-1N1 Emergency Management

3

12895 EMP 105-1N1 Emergency Planning

3

11533 EMP 106-1N1 Exercise Design Evaluation

F10 F10

Inzer Wickman

F10

11534 EMP 107-1N1 Emerg Op Center & Comm

Engel

3 3 3 3

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SUMMER 2011 PPCC CONNECT

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TIMES

TITLE

CR

BLDG/ROOM TERM INSTRUCTOR F10

Reid

11535 EMP 240-1N1 Leadership and Influence F10

Inzer

ENGLISH

3

Due to placement verification and limited seating, students who register and do not attend the first week of classes, may lose their place in the class. Reinstatement is at the discretion of the instructor and in consideration of section enrollment limits. F10

Giddings

3

Prerequisite: ENG 060 (Grade of C or higher), REA 060 (Grade of C or higher) or appropriate assessment scores 11753 ENG 090-1N2 Basic Composition

F10

Giddings

3

Prerequisite: ENG 060 (Grade of C or higher), REA 060 (Grade of C or higher) or appropriate assessment scores 13156 ENG 090-1N3 Basic Composition

F10

Giddings

3

Prerequisite: ENG 060 (Grade of C or higher), REA 060 (Grade of C or higher) or appropriate assessment scores 13157 ENG 090-1N4 Basic Composition

F10

Jobe

3

Prerequisite: ENG 060 (Grade of C or higher), REA 060 (Grade of C or higher) or appropriate assessment scores 13260 ENG 090-1N5 Basic Composition

F10

Mulliken

3

Prerequisite: ENG 060 (Grade of C or higher), REA 060 (Grade of C or higher) or appropriate assessment scores 13970 ENG 090-1N6 Basic Composition

F10

Mulliken

3

Prerequisite: ENG 060 (Grade of C or higher), REA 060 (Grade of C or higher) or appropriate assessment scores 11765 ENG 121-1N1 English Composition I : CO1 F10

Miller

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090 (Grade of C or higher), REA 090 (Grade of C or higher) or appropriate placement test score 11766 ENG 121-1N2 English Composition I : CO1 F10

Miller

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090 (Grade of C or higher), REA 090 (Grade of C or higher) or appropriate placement test score 12490 ENG 121-1N3 English Composition I : CO1

4 - LEGEND: EVENING CLASSES, SPECIAL NOTES

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

CR

BLDG/ROOM TERM INSTRUCTOR F10

502-3600

11752 ENG 090-1N1 Basic Composition

CRN

3

Jensen

Prerequisite: ENG 090 (Grade of C or higher), REA 090 (Grade of C or higher) or appropriate placement test score 13106 ENG 121-1N4 English Composition I : CO1 F10

Jensen

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090 (Grade of C or higher), REA 090 (Grade of C or higher) or appropriate placement test score 13107 ENG 121-1N5 English Composition I : CO1 F10

Jensen

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090 (Grade of C or higher), REA 090 (Grade of C or higher) or appropriate placement test score 13227 ENG 121-1N6 English Composition I : CO1 F10

Lovell

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090 (Grade of C or higher), REA 090 (Grade of C or higher) or appropriate placement test score 13254 ENG 121-1N7 English Composition I : CO1 F10

Colgrove

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090 (Grade of C or higher), REA 090 (Grade of C or higher) or appropriate placement test score 11775 ENG 122-1N1 English Composition II: CO2 F10

Schofield

3

Prerequisite: ENG 121 (Grade of C or higher) 11776 ENG 122-1N2 English Composition II: CO2 F10

Sherman

3

Prerequisite: ENG 121 (Grade of C or higher) 12491 ENG 122-1N3 English Composition II: CO2 F10

Sherman

3

Prerequisite: ENG 121 (Grade of C or higher) 13185 ENG 122-1N4 English Composition II: CO2 F10

Ruby

3

Prerequisite: ENG 121 (Grade of C or higher) 13255 ENG 122-1N5 English Composition II: CO2 F10

Ruby

3

Prerequisite: ENG 121 (Grade of C or higher) 11780 ENG 131-1N1 Technical Writing I

F10

Aggen

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090 (Grade of C or higher), REA 090 (Grade of C or higher) or appropriate placement test score; student must be computer literate 11781 ENG 131-1N2 Technical Writing I

F10

Aggen

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090 (Grade of C or higher), REA 090 (Grade of C or higher) or appropriate placement test score; student must be computer literate

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SUMMER 2011 PPCC CONNECT

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TIMES

TITLE

CR

BLDG/ROOM TERM INSTRUCTOR

12366 ENG 221-1N1 Creative Writing I

F10

Schoolcraft

3

Prerequisite: ENG 121 (Grade of C or higher)

FIRE SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY

502-3300

11537 FST

102-1N1 Principles/Emergency Services

3

11538 FST

103-1N1 Occ Safety & Health for Fire

3

11539 FST

104-1N1 Fire Protection Systems

11540 FST

105-1N1 Building Const for Fire Prof

11541 FST

106-1N1 Fire Prevention

11542 FST

107-1N1 HazMat Operations (Level I)

11544 FST

201-1N1 Instructional Methodology

12733 FST 11547 FST 11548 FST 11549 FST 11550 FST

F10

Mather

F10

Inzer

F10

Finley

F10

Mather

F10

Piercy

3

BLDG/ROOM TERM INSTRUCTOR

Prerequisite: ENG 090 12883 HIS

111-1N1 The World: Antiquity-1500: HI1 F10

Spencer

11616 HIS

201-1N1 US History to Reconst: HI1 F10

Britenriker

12885 HIS

202-1N1 US History since Civil War:HI1 F10

Britenriker

247-1N1 20th Century World History:HI1 F10

Eichele

203-1N1 Fire Hydraulics & Water Supply

4

12917 HPR 108-1N1 Dietary Nutrition

205-1N1 Fire Investigation I

3

F10

Mather

F10

Piercy

206-1N1 Fire Co Superv and Leadership F10

Smaldino

250-1N1 Chemistry for Fire Protection F10

Finley

259-1N1 Wildland Firefighting Tactics F10

Smaldino

3 3 3

Belknap

502-3400 F10

Motes

F10

LaChey

F10

Belknap

Prerequisite: ENG 090

11705 HPR 178-1N1 Medical Terminology

2

F10

11706 HPR 178-1N2 Medical Terminology F10

12459 HPR 178-1N3 Medical Terminology 13262 HPR 178-1N4 Medical Terminology F10

13960 HPR 178-1N6 Medical Terminology F10

13979 HPR 178-1N7 Medical Terminology

HISTORY

502-3200

History classes can be taken in any order

F10

F10

Leupp

3

101-1N2 Western Civ:Antiquity-1650 HI1 F10

Leupp

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090 F10

LEGEND: EVENING CLASSES, SPECIAL NOTES

Eichele

3

Wein Wasinger Wasinger Wein Wasinger Wein

2 2 2 2 2 2

11708 HPR 208-1N2 Advanced Medical Terminology

2

13909 HPR 208-1N3 Advanced Medical Terminology

2

13961 HPR 208-1N4 Advanced Medical Terminology

2

F10 F10

102-1N1 Western Civ: 1650-Present HI1

Wein

2

F10

Prerequisite: ENG 090

Rendon

11707 HPR 208-1N1 Advanced Medical Terminology F10

101-1N1 Western Civ:Antiquity-1650 HI1

1

6

F10

13925 HPR 178-1N5 Medical Terminology 3

2

13639 HPR 140-1N1 Orientation to Health Careers

F10

13158 GEO 105-1N2 World Regional Geography: SS2

2

Prerequisite: ACBI 070 or BIO 111

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090

Motes

F10

F10

502-3400

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090

13155 HPR 106-1N2 Law & Ethics for Health Prof

Reid

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090

3

F10

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090

12685 HPR 106-1N1 Law & Ethics for Health Prof

Pape

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090

12377 HIS 3

TIMES

CR

3

F10

F10

11613 HIS

DAYS

TITLE

HEALTH PROFESSIONAL

11697 GEO 105-1N1 World Regional Geography: SS2

13192 HIS

COURSE

3

GEOGRAPHY

11611 HIS

CRN

HUMANITIES

Bond Bond Bond Bond

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SUMMER 2011 PPCC CONNECT

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE

TIMES

CR

BLDG/ROOM TERM INSTRUCTOR

Humanities classes can be taken in any order 13481 HUM 115-1N1 World Mythology: GT-AH2 F10

Lawson

F10

Lawson

11621 HUM 121-1N1 Humanities: Early Civ: GT-AH2 F10

BLDG/ROOM TERM INSTRUCTOR 3

12468 MAN 200-1N1 Human Resource Management I

3

F10

Ayers

3

12228 HUM 121-1N2 Humanities: Early Civ: GT-AH2 F10

Betts

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090 13546 HUM 122-1N1 Humanities: Mediev-Mod: GT-AH2 F10

Maxon

Prerequisite: ENG 090

JOURNALISM

502-3600

11787 JOU 105-1N1 Introduction to Mass Media:SS3 F10

Purvis

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090

502-3300 F10

Merson

3

Prerequisite: ENG 121 or ENG 131

13700 MAR 160-1N1 Customer Service

BI1

Engel

13527 LEA 219-3N1 Police Intelligence

BI2

Engel

LITERATURE

2 2

502-3600

115-1N1 Intro to Literature I: AH2 F10

Johnson

3

F10

Johnson

3

F10

Aggen

3

Prerequisite: ENG 121 or concurrent enrollment

MANAGEMENT

502-3300

13484 MAN 116-1N1 Principles of Supervision F10

13943 MAN 117-1N1 Time Management

F10

Taggart Sonntag

6 - LEGEND: EVENING CLASSES, SPECIAL NOTES

3 1

3

502-3600

12911 MAT 030-1N1 Fundamentals of Mathematics F10

McPherson

F10

Novack

2

Prerequisite: Math assessment NOTE: MyMathLab required 3

Prerequisite: MAT 030 (grade of C or higher) or appropriate math assessment NOTE: MyMathLab required F10

Myers

3

Prerequisite: MAT 030 (grade of C or higher) or appropriate math assessment NOTE: MyMathLab required 13673 MAT 075-1N1 Pre-Algebra w/BasicMathematics F10

Krzemien

4

NOTE: MyMathLab required 13674 MAT 075-1N2 Pre-Algebra w/BasicMathematics

Swartz

4

NOTE: MyMathLab required 13858 MAT 075-1N3 Pre-Algebra w/BasicMathematics

4

13912 MAT 075-1N4 Pre-Algebra w/BasicMathematics

4

13933 MAT 075-1N5 Pre-Algebra w/BasicMathematics

4

13934 MAT 075-1N6 Pre-Algebra w/BasicMathematics

4

13678 MAT 077-1N1 Intermediate Algebra

5

F10 Jonas-Morrison

Prerequisite: ENG 121 or concurrent enrollment 255-1N1 Children`s Literature

Kuzara

Please note that the remedial math classes have been restructured. MAT 075 can be taken in place of MAT 030 and 060, MAT 076 is a new class intended to be a prerequisite for MAT 120 ONLY, and MAT 077 has replaced MAT 099. MAT 030, MAT 060, and MAT 090 will continue to be offered. Please see your advisor for more information.

F10

Prerequisite: ENG 121 or concurrent enrollment 115-1N2 Intro to Literature I: AH2

F10

MATH

12550 MAT 060-1N2 Pre-Algebra

12991 LEA 219-2N1 Police Intelligence

Thirion

502-3300

12327 MAT 060-1N1 Pre-Algebra

LAW ENFORCEMENT

Thirion

Prerequisite: BUS 115

MARKETING

Prerequisite: ENG 090

11998 LIT

TIMES

CR

12039 MAN 128-1N1 Human Relation-Organizations

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090

13186 LIT

DAYS

TITLE

F10

13963 HUM 115-1N2 World Mythology: GT-AH2

11794 LIT

COURSE

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090

12850 LEA 118-1N1 Report Writing

CRN

F10 F10 F10 F10

Parcha Phair

Bower Small

PPCC CONNECT 6/27/2011


SUMMER 2011 PPCC CONNECT

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TIMES

TITLE

CR

BLDG/ROOM TERM INSTRUCTOR

CRN

COURSE DAYS

F10

Melendez

F10

Paul

5

F10

Krzemien

F10

Krzemien

F10

Stewart

F10

Small

F10

Page

F10

F10

Phair

4

F10

Wadman

F10

F10

Gabel

Mahan

13188 MAT 121-1N2 College Algebra : MA1 F10

4

4

Bradley

4

Prerequisite: Accuplacer score of 85(EA), ACT score of 23, MAT 099 (Grade of C or higher), or MAT 106 (Grade of C or higher) NOTE: WebAssign required

4

13791 MAT 122-1N1 College Trigonometry: MA1 F10

3

3

3

Prerequisite: Accuplacer score of 85(EA), ACT score of 23, MAT 099 (Grade of C or higher), or MAT 106 (Grade of C or higher) NOTE: WebAssign required

4

Anderson

3

Prerequisite: MAT 121 (grade of C or higher) or appropriate math assessment

MEDICAL OFFICE TECHNOLOGY

502-3400

13538 MOT 110-1N1 Medical Office Administration F10

Wait

4

Prerequisite: ENG 090 3

13911 MOT 110-1N2 Medical Office Administration F10

Wait

4

Prerequisite: ENG 090 13686 MOT 145-1N1 Transcribe Medical Specialties

4

13539 MOT 150-1N1 Pharmacology-Medical Assts

3

F10

3

Prerequisite: MAT 060 (grade of C or higher) or appropriate math assessment NOTE: MyMathLab required 12541 MAT 107-1N2 Career Math

Blake

11866 MAT 121-1N1 College Algebra : MA1

Prerequisite: MAT 090 (grade of C or higher) or appropriate math assessment 11857 MAT 107-1N1 Career Math

3

Prerequisite: Accuplacer score of 85(EA), ACT score of 19, MAT 099 (Grade of C or higher), or MAT 106 (Grade of C or higher) or MAT 076 (Grade of C or higher)

Prerequisite: MAT 090 (grade of C or higher) or appropriate math assessment 13914 MAT 103-1N3 Math for Clinical Calculations

Lotto

12776 MAT 120-1N1 Math for Liberal Arts: MA1

Prerequisite: MAT 090 (grade of C or higher) or appropriate math assessment 13859 MAT 103-1N2 Math for Clinical Calculations

Lotto

Prerequisite: MAT 060 or equivalent

5

Prerequisite: MAT 060 (grade of C or higher) or appropriate math assessment NOTE: MyMathLab required 12331 MAT 103-1N1 Math for Clinical Calculations

F10

F10

Prerequisite: MAT 060 (grade of C or higher) or appropriate math assessment NOTE: MyMathLab required 13160 MAT 090-1N3 Introductory Algebra

13618 MAT 112-1N1 Financial Mathematics

13919 MAT 112-1N2 Financial Mathematics

Prerequisite: MAT 060 (grade of C or higher) or appropriate math assessment NOTE: MyMathLab required 12232 MAT 090-1N2 Introductory Algebra

Gabel

Prerequisite: MAT 060 or equivalent

Prerequisite: MAT 090 (Grade of C or higher) or appropriate math assessment 11893 MAT 090-1N1 Introductory Algebra

BLDG/ROOM TERM INSTRUCTOR

Prerequisite: MAT 060 (grade of C or higher) or appropriate math assessment

Prerequisite: MAT 090 (Grade of C or higher) or appropriate math assessment NOTE: MyMathLab required 14003 MAT 077-1N3 Intermediate Algebra

TIMES

CR

F10

Prerequisite: MAT 090 (Grade of C or higher) or appropriate math assessment NOTE: MyMathLab required 13679 MAT 077-1N2 Intermediate Algebra

TITLE

F10

Kirkland Owen

Prerequisite: MAT 030 3

MUSIC

502-3200

Prerequisite: MAT 060 (grade of C or higher) or appropriate math assessment NOTE: MyMathLab required 13915 MAT 107-1N3 Career Math

LEGEND: EVENING CLASSES, SPECIAL NOTES

3

PPCC CONNECT 6/27/2011 - 7


SUMMER 2011 PPCC CONNECT

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TIMES

TITLE

CR

BLDG/ROOM TERM INSTRUCTOR

MUS 141 - 144 and MUS 241 - 244 are private instruction. All students who are interested in private music instruction must receive written permission from the music department chairperson before enrolling in lessons. Call 502-3200 for an appointment. A lesson fee is charged for private music instruction. Private music instruction is available in the following areas: voice, piano, guitar, bass, flute, clarinet, saxophone, oboe, bassoon, trumpet, French horn, trombone, violin, viola, cello, and percussion. 11993 MUS 120-1N1 Music Appreciation: AH1 F10

Malone

3

F10

Malone

3

502-3300

13862 PAR 114-1N1 Computers and the Law F10

Chase

13863 PAR 115-1N1 Introduction to Law

F10

Chase

F10

Schneider

F10

Chase

F10

Chase

3 3 3

F10

3

F10

3

Trusty

3

Heller

3

POLITICAL SCIENCE

3 2

502-3300

13586 POS 105-1N1 Intro to Political Science:SS1

Ortiz

11554 POS 111-1N1 American Government : SS1

Buchanan

PUBLIC SECURITY MANAGEMENT

3

3

502-3300

11555 PSM 130-1N1 Homeland Security Law

Markowski

3

11556 PSM 132-1N1 Homeland: Forecast Terrorism

3

11558 PSM 135-1N1 Criticl Infrastructure Protect

1

11559 PSM 200-1N1 NIM Syst/Interagency Operation

3

McClintock

PSYCHOLOGY

Crandell Crandell

502-3300 F10

Raitz

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090 11567 PSY 101-1N2 General Psychology I: SS3

13162 PSY 101-1N3 General Psychology I: SS3 F10

Raitz

3

Cooley

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090 F10

Buday

3

13221 PSY 101-1N4 General Psychology I: SS3 F10

Espinoza

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090 F10

Buday

3

12027 PSY 112-1N1 Psychology of Adjustment F10

Prerequisite: ENG 090

Gibb

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090 F10

Culver

3

11569 PSY 235-1N1 Human Growth & Developmnt: SS3 3 F10

Prerequisite: ENG 090 11654 PHI

Motes

F10

Prerequisite: ENG 090

113-1N1 Logic: AH3

F10

F10

Prerequisite: ENG 090

12456 PHI

Motes

Prerequisite: ENG 090

111-1N2 Intro to Philosophy: AH3

112-1N2 Ethics: AH3

13533 PHT 112-1N1 Pharmacy Law

F10

F10

Prerequisite: ENG 090

13944 PHI

13532 PHT 111-1N1 Orientation to Pharmacy

F10

502-3200

111-1N1 Intro to Philosophy: AH3

112-1N1 Ethics: AH3

502-3400

11566 PSY 101-1N1 General Psychology I: SS3

PHILOSOPHY

11653 PHI

PHARMACY TECHNICIAN

F10

Prerequisite: PAR 115

11651 PHI

BLDG/ROOM TERM INSTRUCTOR

Prerequisite: ENG 090

PARALEGAL

11650 PHI

TIMES

CR

F10

Prerequisite: ENG 090

13865 PAR 211-1N1 Legal Research

DAYS

TITLE

Prerequisite: ENG 090

13252 MUS 120-1N2 Music Appreciation: AH1

13864 PAR 125-1N1 Property Law

COURSE

F10

Prerequisite: ENG 090

13916 PAR 116-1N1 Torts

CRN

Routh

Prerequisite: ENG 121, and PSY 101 or PSY 102

114-1N1 Comparative Religions: AH3 F10

Prerequisite: ENG 090

8 - LEGEND: EVENING CLASSES, SPECIAL NOTES

Buday

3

11570 PSY 235-1N2 Human Growth & Developmnt: SS3 3 F10

Routh

Prerequisite: ENG 121, and PSY 101 or PSY 102

PPCC CONNECT 6/27/2011


SUMMER 2011 PPCC CONNECT

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TIMES

TITLE

CR

BLDG/ROOM TERM INSTRUCTOR

CRN

COURSE DAYS

TITLE TIMES

CR

BLDG/ROOM TERM INSTRUCTOR

13193 PSY 235-1N3 Human Growth & Developmnt: SS3 3 F10

Routh

Prerequisite: ENG 121, and PSY 101 or PSY 102 11571 PSY 238-1N1 Child Development: SS3 F10

Miller

3

Prerequisite: ENG 121, and PSY 101 or PSY 102 12679 PSY 249-1N1 Abnormal Psychology: SS3 F10

Routh

3

Prerequisite: ENG 121, and PSY 101 or PSY 102

SOCIOLOGY

502-3300

11576 SOC 101-1N1 Intro to Sociology I : SS3 F10

Swanson

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090 11577 SOC 101-1N2 Intro to Sociology I : SS3 F10

Farraher

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090 13251 SOC 101-1N3 Intro to Sociology I : SS3 F10

Dahn

3

Prerequisite: ENG 090

SPANISH

502-3200

12478 SPA 111-1N1 Spanish Language I

F10

Valentine

5

Prerequisite: ENG 090 13199 SPA 111-1N2 Spanish Language I

F10

Sustarsic

5

Prerequisite: ENG 090 12479 SPA 112-1N1 Spanish Language II

F10

Sustarsic

5

Prerequisite: SPA 111 (Grade of C or better)

LEGEND: EVENING CLASSES, SPECIAL NOTES

PPCC CONNECT 6/27/2011 - 9

Summer Schedule - ppccConnect Courses  

F10 Wulf F10 Ohle 13263 ART 110-1N3 Art Appreciation: AH1 3 11806 CIS 118-1N1 Intro PC Applications 3 11807 CIS 118-1N2 Intro PC Application...

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