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Summer 2016 Important Dates April Priority Online Registration Begins.................................... www.wallacestate.edu.......................................................Monday, April 11 *Priority Registration Schedule: Registration opens each day at 8:00 a.m. 45+ Earned WSCC Hours Registration Begins, Monday, April 11 30+ Earned WSCC Hours Registration Begins, Tuesday, April 12 15+ Earned WSCC Hours Registration Begins, Wednesday, April 13 All Other Students Registration Begins, Thursday, April 14 Summer LIONS’ Pride Orientation.............................................. 1:00 p.m..................................................................Tuesday, April 26 Spring Faculty Duty Day.............................................................No Classes.................................................................. Friday, April 29 May Spring Grades Due......................................................................................................................................................Tuesday, May 10 Spring Faculty Duty Days.........................................................................................................................Tuesday – Friday, May 10-13 Graduation.......................................................................................................................................................................Friday, May 13 Tuition and Fees Due (if registered prior to May 20).......................................................................................................Friday, May 20 Registration Day (Regular, Mini Term I) .................................................................................................................Wednesday, May 25 Late Registration Drop/Add (Regular, Mini Term I)................................................................................. Thursday – Friday, May 26-27 Classes Begin (Regular, Mini Term I).........................................................................................................................Thursday, May 26 Tuition and Fees Due Daily (Each day after May 20)................................................................................Monday – Friday, May 23-27 Memorial Day.......................................................................... WSCC Closed..............................................................Monday, May 30 June Federal Funds begin Mailing*..................................................................................................................................Wednesday, June 8 Last day to withdraw from Mini Term I...................................................................................................................Wednesday, June 15 End of Mini Term I...........................................................................................................................................................Friday, June 24 Mini Term II Registration..............................................................................................................................................Monday, June 27 Mini Term II Begins.....................................................................................................................................................Tuesday, June 28 Late Registration Drop/Add End Mini II......................................................................................................................Tuesday, June 28 Fall Lions’ Pride Orientation........................................................ 1:00 p.m.................................................................Tuesday, June 28 July Summer Graduation Applications Due..............................................................................................................................Friday, July 1 Holiday (Independence Day)................................................... WSCC Closed................................................................ Monday, July 4 Fall Lions’ Pride Orientation........................................................ 1:00 p.m.................................................................. Tuesday, July 12 Fall Lions’ Pride Orientation........................................................ 1:00 p.m................................................................. Thursday, July 14 Last Date to Withdraw from Regular and Mini II..................................................................................................... Wednesday, July 20 Fall Lions’ Pride Orientation........................................................ 1:00 p.m................................................................... Monday, July 25 Fall Lions’ Pride Orientation........................................................ 1:00 p.m............................................................. Wednesday, July 27 August Final Exams.............................................................................................................................................. Monday – Friday, August 1-5 Faculty Duty Days.................................................................................................................................Monday – Tuesday, August 8-9 Summer Grades Due…..............................................................................................................................................Monday, August 8 *Pending Attendance Verification Reminder (Tentative) Dates for Fall 2016 Priority Registration Begins for Fall.............................................................................................................................Monday, June 20 Convocation (Projected)...........................................................................................................................................Monday, August 15 Registration Day (Projected)...................................................................................................................................Tuesday, August 16 Classes Begin (Projected)................................................................................................................................. Wednesday, August 17


A Message from the President Welcome to summer semester at Wallace State! As Wallace State continues its 50th anniversary celebration, we are pleased to begin serving students at a new campus center in Oneonta this summer. Wallace State offers a rich selection of courses to students and lifelong learners during our summer session. From mid-May to early August, thousands of students enroll in more than 600 courses across all disciplines. Classes are offered online, on campus during the day and in the evening, and during two five-week mini-terms, so that you can find time to rejuvenate while still participating in college coursework and other activities. Summer semester is important to our students who want to carry a more manageable course load during the regular academic year, those who want to get an early start, catch up, or earn their degrees at an accelerated pace. The atmosphere during summertime is a bit more relaxed, even for those loading up on courses. We welcome many visiting students from other colleges and universities who want to take advantage of Wallace State’s offerings during the summer. Students are invited to visit Lion Central, our One Stop Center for enrollment, advising and financial aid services, located on the ground floor of the Bailey Center. Online tutorials for completing the FAFSA and a Financial Aid TV service provide additional answers for students seeking information on Pell grants and student loans. Many other programs and activities happen during summer, including summer camps, a 10day summer educational trip to Australia organized through the Evelyn Burrow Museum, the Museum’s art exhibitions, as well as many other activities offered through our Alumni Association and Continuing Education department. A nationally recognized Achieving the Dream college and a pacesetter among American community colleges, Wallace State is an exciting place to be! Join us this summer, and be inspired. Get in a Wallace State of Mind! Vicki P. Karolewics President

Table of Contents Summer 2016 Important Dates Inside Front Cover ­Important Phone Numbers PG 1 Business Hours PG 2 ADA Accommodations PG 2 Admission Policy/Procedures PG 3 Registration Process PG 3 Financial Aid Information PG 4 Tuition and Fees PG 5 myWallaceState and Online Registration PG 6 Withdrawal Policy PG 7 Bookstore Information PG 7 Free Tutoring for WSCC Students PG 7 Testing Schedule PG 8 NEW Oneonta Campus PG 9 Adult Education/GED Schedule PG 10 Academic Programs PG 11 Technical Programs PG 11 Health Programs PG 12 Off-Campus Classes PG 13 Main Campus Classes PG 15 Mini Term I PG 30 Mini Term II PG 31 Continuing Education PG 32 Short-term Health Programs PG 33 Training for Business & Industry PG 34 Lifelong Learning PG 35 Non-Credit Online Courses PG 36 Summer Camps PG 37 Alumni Association Activities PG 38 Athens State University PG 39 Building Codes PG 40 Campus Map Inside Back Cover

Important Phone Numbers Toll Free...............................................1.866.350.WSCC Complete directory at www.wallacestate.edu Advising Center..........................................256.352.8040 Assessment/Testing Center...............................352.8248 Bookstore..........................................................352.8100 Cashier..............................................................352.8141 Financial Aid......................................................352.8182 Library...............................................................352.8260 *Lion Central One-Stop Enrollment Center.......352.8238 Operator............................................................352.8000 Student Activities/Campus Visits.......................352.8031 Vice-President...................................................352.8340 *Lion Central, Wallace State’s One Stop Center for enrollment services is located in the James C. Bailey Center Lobby.

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Business Hours LION CENTRAL Monday - Wednesday................................ 7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Thursday................................................... 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Friday........................................................ 7:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

LIBRARY Monday - Thursday.................................... 7:30 a.m. - 8:30 p.m. Friday........................................................ 7:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Saturday.................................................... 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

CASHIER Monday - Wednesday................................ 7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Thursday................................................... 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Friday........................................................ 7:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

SPECIAL HOURS FOR HOLIDAY WEEKS OF MAY 30 AND JULY 4 Lion Central, Cashier, Library and Bookstore Memorial Day Monday, May 30.............................................................. Closed Tuesday - Friday, May 31 - June 3................. 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.

BOOKSTORE Monday - Wednesday................................ 7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Thursday................................................... 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Friday........................................................ 7:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. RECRUITING (Campus Tours - 256.352.8031) Tuesdays ................. 9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. (by appointment) Fridays..............................................9:00 a.m. (by appointment)

Independence Day Monday, July 4................................................................. Closed Tuesday - Friday, July 5 - 8............................ 7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.

TUTORING LAB (8th Floor JBC) Monday - Tuesday.................................... 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Wednesday - Thursday............................. 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Disclaimer - Information contained in this schedule is offered for planning purposes only and is subject to change. For the latest information, visit www.wallacestate.edu. ACCREDITATION: Wallace State Community College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award associate degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Wallace State Community College. Many programs have additional accreditation from organizations appropriate to the particular disciplines. Routine inquiries about Wallace State, such as admission requirements, financial aid, educational programs, etc., should be addressed directly to Wallace State. ADA Accommodations - All students receiving services through the ADA Office need to make an appointment or stop by to discuss the classes and accommodations needed for Summer Semester. All students wanting to utilize their accommodation for priority registration must make the appointment

and have documentation on file before April 6 at 2:00 p.m. The WSCC ADA Office publishes a handbook outlining the policies and procedures required for acquiring academic accommodations. It is the student’s responsibility to make sure that each step is completed. For further information, contact Ms. Lisa Smith, Director of Special Populations, on the 8th floor of the 5. JBC or call 256.352.8052. A copy of the student handbook can be found on the web at www.wallacestate.edu/mainmenu/ current-students/ada-accommodations.html. Non-Discrimination Policy - It is the policy of Wallace State Community College, a postsecondary institution under the control of the Alabama Community College System Board of Trustees, that no person shall, on the grounds of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, age, or sexual orientation be excluded from participation in, be denied benefit of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program, activity or employment. The College will not retaliate against any person because they have engaged in a protected activity opposing the College or because they have made a complaint, testified, assisted, or participated in any manner in an investigation, proceeding or hearing alleging discrimination on a basis specified above.

There’s an App for That You can now keep Blackboard, myWallaceState, the Wallace State calendar and more at your fingertips with the new Wallace State Community College App. The free app is available for Apple and Android phones and will allow you to access Blackboard and myWallaceState and even register for classes. The app also provides links to the Wallace State Calendar, so you can keep up with what's going on on campus. There's even an interactive map to help you get around on campus. The Bookstore link will let you search for

Course Materials by term, department and course, as well as see merchandise and general books that are available and get information about Book Buy Backs. There is a directory to put you in direct contact with faculty and staff, as well as links to social media and your Wallace State email and Lion Card accounts. You may customize your settings to receive notifications from areas of specific interest. Search for Wallace State Community College in your app store to download the app and put it to use for you!

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Admission Policy Wallace State Community College is an open admissions institution. All students who have earned a high school diploma or GED are eligible for admission. In addition to an application for admission, students are required to supply the College with an official copy of their high school transcript or official copy of their GED scores. Students transferring from another college must submit an admissions application and an official copy of their transcript(s) from each college they have attended. Transient students must submit a transient letter from their home institution stating the courses they will be allowed to take in addition to an application for admission.

ther information is available by contacting Lion Central, Wallace State’s One Stop Enrollment Center, or viewing the WSCC Catalog online.

Graduates from a non-accredited high school with a diploma demonstrating successful completion of a course of study on the secondary level based upon the Carnegie units required by the state education agency at the time of the award (currently 24) and minimum ACT score of 16 or the equivalent SAT score of 790 are eligible for admission. If the above requirements are not met, the student must take a GED test.

The Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit High School program allows eligible high school students to enroll in college classes concurrently with high school classes, either on the college campus or at the high school, and receive both high school and college credit. The student must be in grade 10, 11 or 12, have a “B” average; and obtain written approval of the Principal and Superintendent.

Special requirements may apply to International Students seeking admission. Students must submit official transcripts, an I-20 Form, TOEFL scores, declaration of responsibility statement, proof of insurance, and all appropriate admissions forms. Fur-

Non-Credit students who enroll exclusively in non-credit courses may be granted admission without a minimum score on the ACT or SAT, a GED Certificate, or transcripts from a high school or college.

Accelerated high school students who have completed the tenth grade, have a cumulative “B” average, and are recommended by the local principal may enroll at Wallace State only in postsecondary courses for which high school prerequisites have been completed. Exceptions may apply for students documented as “gifted and talented” according to the standards included in the State Plan for Exceptional Children and Youth.

Getting Started at Wallace State 1. ADMISSIONS: Apply online at www.wallacestate.edu. Remember to send your transcripts, provide identification and complete residency form. 2. FINANCIAL AID: Information about financial aid, including scholarships, grants, loans, work-study, WIA, TRA and veterans’ benefits, may be obtained by visiting www.wallacestate.edu and clicking on the Financial Aid Tab. 3. ORIENTATION:  All students are strongly encouraged to attend a LIONS’ Pride Information Session. Incoming freshmen are required to register for an orientation course (unless exempt). Contact the Advising Center at 256.352.8040 for more information. The WSCC Office of Enrollment Management is available to provide college information and schedule campus tours. Call 256.352.8031 for more information. 4. TESTING: All students must complete COMPASS Placement Tests in English, reading, and mathematics prior to registering for classes. Testing is waived for those who present recent ACT scores (or SAT equivalent) of 20 on the English and math portions. Contact the Testing Center at 256.352.8243 for more information, study/review for testing. 5. ACADEMIC ADVISING: Advisors are available to assist students in choosing a course of study, developing a degree plan, and registering for classes. Visit the Advising Center in Lion Central (256.352.8040) to see an advisor or contact your assigned faculty advisor. Advisor information is available on DegreeWorks at myWallaceState. 6. REGISTRATION: Students can register online at myWallaceState, accessible from the Wallace State home page, www.wallacestate.edu. For registration dates and times, consult the Important Dates or visit www.wallacestate.edu.

7. FEE PAYMENT: Registration is not complete until all tuition and fees are paid. Fees may be paid online, by mail, or in person at the WSCC Cashier’s Office. Please consult the course schedule for a list of tuition and fees and important deadlines. For payment information, call 256.352.8015. Discover, American Express, Visa and Mastercard are accepted. If tuition and fees are not paid by deadline, schedules will be deleted. 8. CHECK BALANCE: Students can view their balance via their myWallaceState account. To access your balance please follow these steps: 1. Log onto your myWallaceState account 2. Click on the Student tab 3. Click on My Tuition and Fees 4. Click on Check Current Balance Here 5. Select the Term and Submit 6. Scroll to the bottom line of the balance to view your final balance. You can select Pay Now if you would like to complete your payment using a Debit or Credit Card.

Having Problems with Blackboard? Students may call 256.352.8374 for Blackboard assistance during business hours or visit learn.wallacestate.edu and click on “Blackboard Student Help” for online assistance.

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Financial Aid Students receiving financial aid should read the following information carefully: Dropping a course prior to Friday, June 10, will result in a recalculation of a student’s federal financial aid which includes Pell Grants, Direct Loans, and SEOG Funds. This recalculation could affect the amount of the financial aid award and may result in a balance owed to the college. Dropping all classes prior to Monday, July 11, will result in a recalculation of federal financial aid which includes Pell Grants, Direct Loans, and SEOG Funds. This recalculation will be based on the number of days the student attended the class prior to dropping all classes. A student will likely owe a portion of financial aid back to Wallace State and/or the US Department of Education if all classes are dropped prior to Monday, July 11 or if the student quits attending classes prior to Monday, July 11. APPLY EARLY – Students applying for financial aid should apply at least two (2) months before the next semester begins. Applying early will help ensure a timely response to federal guidelines and will allow for any unforeseen problems/situations that might occur. Applying early will also help the student avoid potential long lines or waits. BOOKSTORE CHARGES If Pell Awards exceed the amount of tuition and fees owed, students may charge books and supplies on their Pell accounts at the WSCC Bookstore. These accounts will be open for charges Monday, May 16. DISTANCE EDUCATION students are responsible for logging in and meeting orientation requirements for all Blackboard, Internet, and video classes. Pell funds will not be distributed until attendance is verified. BALANCE CHECKS Per federal guidelines, attendance must be verified before balance checks can be mailed. Students who have not been electronically verified as attending their classes by their instructors will not be able to see their Financial Aid funds on their MyWallaceState account for that class that has not been confirmed as attending. As more classes are verified, more funds will be added to the student account balance that can be seen on MyWallaceState student account.

PLEASE NOTE: Students in DISTANCE EDUCATION courses are responsible for logging in and meeting orientation requirements for all on-line and video classes. Pell and loan funds will not be mailed until attendance is verified. Pell Grant and Loan balance checks, with no holds, will begin mailing, Wednesday June 8. If you are registered in classes that begin later than May 26, your balance check will be mailed at a later date. You must attend classes prior to any funds being mailed for a particular class. Withdrawal from all classes after receiving balance checks will result in Pell overpayment and future Pell payments for WSCC or any other college will cease until the overpayment is repaid. Classes with No Attendance Verification: Students utilizing federal financial aid who do not show attendance for one or more classes may have registration removed from the classes lacking attendance verification. Students will need instructor permission to re-enroll in classes that were removed for no attendance verification. Students can check their attendance verification on their MyWallaceState account under the Student tab. INSTITUTIONAL SCHOLARSHIP recipients must complete a FAFSA prior to enrollment being completed. Scholarships cannot be added to the student account until the FAFSA is received. REMEMBER Students must re-file for Pell Grants for every academic year (Fall – Summer). The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is available online at www.fafsa.gov .Students applying for summer 2016 Pell Grants must complete the forms with 2014 tax data. Students applying for 2016-17 (fall 2016, spring 2017, summer 2017) Pell Grants must complete the forms with the 2015 tax data. It is the student’s responsibility to provide any additional information requested by the Financial Aid Office. The Grant cannot be awarded until the student’s file is complete **Priority Deadline for fall 2016 Financial Aid is June 1, 2016. Completed Financial Aid paperwork must be submitted to the Financial Aid Office and Admission requirements (ID, residency, transcripts, etc.) by the deadline of June 1 in order for funds to be guaranteed for fall semester 2016. Visit http://www.wallacestate.edu/finaid.html. Students should review their MyWallaceState account for individual requirements.

PARKING PERMITS

Parking Permits are available free of charge from LionCentral, the Wallace State One Stop Center, located on the first floor of the Bailey Center. All students are required to obtain a parking permit if driving on campus.

LION CARD/STUDENT ID

All students are required to have this form of identification while on campus or at clinical sites. IDs are available at LionCentral. Cards may be loaded with cash called LION LOOT. Use your LION LOOT at the WSCC Bookstore, Culinary Arts, Vending, and the Library. Call 256.352.8031 for more information.

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Tuition & Fees Credit Hours

Tuition $115/Hr

Bond Surety Fee

Building Fee

Facility Renewal Fee

Tech. Fee

Total Tuition & Fees

1

115.00

1.00

10.00

9.00

9.00

144.00

2

230.00

2.00

20.00

18.00

18.00

288.00

3

345.00

3.00

30.00

27.00

27.00

432.00

4

460.00

4.00

40.00

36.00

36.00

576.00

5

575.00

5.00

50.00

45.00

45.00

720.00

6

690.00

6.00

60.00

54.00

54.00

864.00

7

805.00

7.00

70.00

63.00

63.00

1,008.00

8

920.00

8.00

80.00

72.00

72.00

1,152.00

9

1,035.00

9.00

90.00

81.00

81.00

1,296.00

10

1,150.00

10.00

100.00

90.00

90.00

1,440.00

11

1,265.00

11.00

110.00

99.00

99.00

1,584.00

12

1,380.00

12.00

120.00

108.00

108.00

1,728.00

13

1,495.00

13.00

130.00

117.00

117.00

1,872.00

14

1,610.00

14.00

140.00

126.00

126.00

2.016.00

15

1,725.00

15.00

150.00

135.00

135.00

2,160.00

16

1,840.00

16.00

160.00

144.00

144.00

2,304.00

17

1,955.00

17.00

170.00

153.00

153.00

2,448.00

18

2,070.00

18.00

180.00

162.00

162.00

2,592.00

19

2,185.00

19.00

190.00

171.00

171.00

2,736.00

20

2,300.00

20.00

200.00

180.00

180.00

2,880.00

21

2,415.00

21.00

210.00

189.00

189.00

3,024.00

22

2,530.00

22.00

220.00

198.00

198.00

3,168.00

23

2,645.00

23.00

230.00

207.00

207.00

3,312.00

24

2,760.00

24.00

240.00

216.00

216.00

3,456.00

Additional Fees: See college catalog for program specific fees. Students who are NOT residents of Alabama pay two times the stated rate of tuition. Fees are the same. ALL TUITION & FEES ARE DUE AT REGISTRATION.

REMINDER: All tuition and fees should be paid in the Cashier’s Office according to the following schedule. You must drop all classes prior to the first day of class in order to avoid incurring charges. Registration Period Payment Due April 11 - May 20........................................................................May 20, 2016 May 23-May 27........................................................................................Daily Follow Step #8 on Page 3 to check your balance. Deferment Plan: Deferment tuition and fee plans are available to all students for current semester charges for an additional $40.00 fee. Students must pay 50% of tuition and fees plus the $40.00 deferment fee by the payment deadline in order not to be purged from their classes. The remaining 50% is due by the midpoint of the semester (summer semester June 29th). Please see the Cashier’s Office on the Mezzanine of the James C. Baily Center to enroll in the deferment plan.

Tuition Refund Policy Refund for partial withdrawal: Students who do not completely withdraw from the college but drop a class during the regular drop/add period will be refunded the difference in tuition paid and the tuition rate applicable to the reduced number of hours, including fees appropriate to the classes dropped. There will be no refund to a student who partially withdraws after the official drop/add period has ended. Refund for a complete withdrawal: A student who officially or unofficially withdraws from all classes before the first day of class will be refunded the total tuition and other institutional charges. A student who officially or unofficially withdraws completely on or after the first day of class but prior to the end of the third week of class will be refunded according to the following prorated refund schedule: Regular Term (May 26 - August 5) Through May 25 100% May 26 - June 1 75% June 2 - June 8 50% June 9 - June 15 25% After June 15 no refund Mini Term I - 5 weeks (May 26 - June 24) Through May 26 100% May 26 - May 27 75% May 28 - May 29 50% May 30 - May 31 25% After May 31 no refund Mini Term II - 5 weeks (June 28 - August 5) Through June 27 100% June 28 - June 29 75% June 30 - July 1 50% July 2 - July 3 25% After July 3 no refund Administrative Fee: An administrative fee not to exceed 5% of tuition and other institutional charges or $100, whichever is smaller, shall be assessed for each withdrawal within the period beginning the first day of class and ending at the end of the third week of class. NOTE: The first $80 for full-time and first $59 for part-time students is non-refundable unless the class is cancelled by the college. Insurance fees are nonrefundable. Tuition refunds are computed according to the date the student notifies the college Admission’s Office of their official withdrawal, not his/her last date of class attendance. Wallace State does not give cash refunds: Students must complete a Drop/Add Form for the Admissions Office (available through Lion Central in the Bailey Center lobby). Under normal circumstances, refund checks are issued weekly and mailed to the student. If payment was made by check, the student must wait 15 days for the check to clear before a refund is issued. Refer to the current academic calendar for drop/add and withdrawal deadlines.

ON CAMPUS HOUSING Payment for dorm rent is due before move-in for new students; returning students should follow tuition fee schedule above. Summer Semester 2016 Schedule of Classes • Page 5


myWallaceState

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myWallaceState • Student Resources at Your Fingertips www.wallacestate.edu Check E-mail. Student e-mail accounts are available to all students at no charge.

Register for and Drop/Add Classes.

Students can register online or drop a class via their myWallaceState account under the student tab.

Pay Tuition and Fees. Registration is not complete until tuition and fees are paid in full. Mastercard, Discover, American Express and Visa are accepted.

Check Grades. Students may access their grades at the conclusion of each semester.

View Documents. Students may access their unofficial transcripts and degree plans.

Blackboard Log In. Your myWallaceState ID is required to log in.

Check Financial Aid Status. Access your financial aid account.

Manage Lion Card. Manage your Lion Card funds online.

Manage Lion Alert. Lion Alert is

WSCC’s emergency notification system.

Register Online 1. GETTING STARTED: If you are a newly admitted or returning student you may have received a student number in the mail. You may also use your social security number as a temporary student ID and six-digit birthdate as a temporary PIN. You must not be on academic probation or have any outstanding fees or holds to register. 2. GO ONLINE: Visit www.wallacestate.edu and click on the myWallaceState link to access your student information. Click on Student Records (Secure Area) to log in. 3. LOGIN SCREEN: Enter your student number (this is your social security number without the dashes) or your WSCC  assigned student number. Enter your PIN number (the default PIN is your six-digit birthdate). You will be prompted to change your PIN for privacy and security. 4. SELECT THE STUDENT TAB, THEN CLICK ON  REGISTRATION: Select the term for which you would like to register, then select Register/Add/Drop Classes. Here you may enter the course numbers from the published class schedule, or select Class Search to search online for classes meeting your desired criteria. Select the class subject (add time/day constraints under the Advanced Search option). You will be shown a list of courses meeting your selected criteria. Select the classes you want to take by clicking in the corresponding box under the Select column. Click Register to the add the course. To Drop a course, go to the Add or Drop Classes section and select the drop-down menu under Action for the course you want to drop, and then select Drop. (Please be aware of drop/add deadlines and refund dates as outlined on the inside front

cover and p. 5 of this schedule). Continue until your course schedule is complete. To view your schedule, go back to the Registration menu and select My Class Schedule. 5. COMPLETE REGISTRATION: Once your schedule is complete, return to the Student tab, click on My Tuition and Fees, and then Check Current Balance Here. There you will see a screen that displays tuition charges for the schedule you have chosen. Available financial aid coverage may also be viewed. To complete the entire registration process, you must pay the amount due by the dates published by WSCC. 6. PAYMENT: When you access My Tuition and Fees and then Check Current Balance Here, you will be provided options to pay your balance by electronic check,or by credit card with Discover, American Express, Visa or Mastercard. You may also pay in person during regular business hours at the WSCC Cashier’s Office by check, cash or credit card. Please print a copy of your bill to take to the Cashier’s office. 7. REMEMBER: To ensure complete registration, full payment must be received by the posted payment deadlines. If you do not settle your account by the date posted in the current semester schedule, your schedule should be deleted. Please check your schedule for accuracy.

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Withdrawal Policy Withdrawal from a Course During Registration and Drop/ Add Period A student may drop a course either in person or on their MyWallaceState account during registration until the drop/add period ends. If dropping in person, a form is available at Lion Central located in the Bailey Center Lobby. The form is completed and the drop will be completed by Admission personnel. The student can view the drop when processed on their MyWallaceState account. The class and the charges will be removed from the student’s records if dropped before classes begin. Withdrawal from a Course After Registration and Drop/Add Period Ends Once the drop/add period is over the student may withdraw from a course and will receive the grade of W in the course. The W will be posted on the official transcript and will not be used in computing the GPA. (The W will be used in calculating attempted hours for Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) to receive Financial Aid.) The last date to withdraw from a course for the term is published in the current course schedule. Students can withdraw from a course via their MyWallaceState account or in person at Lion Central located in the Bailey Center Lobby. Students who receive financial aid are advised to meet

with the college financial aid department to determine impact on SAP. Withdrawal from the College A student may withdraw from the institution up to the deadline published in the course schedule. Withdrawing from all classes constitutes a withdrawal from the college. Once the drop/add period is over, the student may withdraw from a course or all courses and will receive the grade of W in each course in which they withdraw. The W will be posted on the official transcript and will not be used in computing the overall GPA. However, the W will be used in the calculation for attempted hours on SAP. The last date to withdraw from a course (or all courses) is published in the current course schedule. Students can withdraw from the college via their MyWallaceState account or in person at Lion Central located in the Bailey Center Lobby. Students who receive financial aid are advised to meet with the Financial Aid Department to determine if withdrawing from all classes will impact their Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP). *All nursing students should meet with nursing department prior to withdrawing from a class.

Bookstore Information To view a current listing of textbooks and pricing information, please visit www.wallacestate.edu/booklist. Refund Policy • A student who has purchased returnable books from the college bookstore and returns the books in new condition by the end of the third week of the semester will be refunded the full purchase price assuming that the following conditions are met: • • • • •

Everyone must have a receipt. Everyone must have a valid picture ID. Books must be in new/unused condition. If book was sold in shrink wrap it must be returned in shrink wrap. Refunds will not be given for supplies or reference books and materials. If purchase was made with a check, you must wait 10 business days before requesting a refund.

A student who has purchased returnable books from the college bookstore and returns the books in used condition by the end of the third week of the semester will be refunded 50% of the full purchase price. A book is determined to be in a “used” condition if the shrink wrap has been removed, or has marks, erasures, or highlights. All books regardless of condition must include any cd or access code that was included with the book.

Free Tutoring for WSCC Students

Free Tutoring is offered to Wallace State students seeking assistance in: • Math • English

• Biology • Computer science

• Transitional courses

The Tutoring Lab is located on the 8th Floor of the James C. Bailey Center and is open 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday during the Summer semester. SLA tutors are also available. Please take advantage of the free service. Ask your instructor for tutoring information or contact Allison Robertson at 256.352.8219 for scheduling SLA tutors. Call the Tutoring Lab at 256.352.7821.

Summer Semester 2016 Schedule of Classes • Page 7


Summer 2016 Testing Schedule Fees are payable at the Cashier’s Office, located on the Mezzanine Level of JBC

Test

ACCUPLACER/ COMPASS Placement Assessment

Dates Monday – Thursday 8 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Friday 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. by appointment only Late testing 2nd Tuesday of each month by 4 p.m. appointment only

Location

Purpose To determine placement into math and English classes (if not exempt)

JBC 8th Floor

To assess math and English skill levels or reading levels for health program applications

CLEP Testing

By appointment during placement testing hours

JBC 8th Floor

To provide an opportunity to obtain college level credit for acquired knowledge

HESI Biology Placement Exam

By appointment during placement testing hours

JBC 8th Floor

To determine readiness for Biology 201

WORKKEYS

Registration is required

JBC 408

Employment requirement

For To Register Information Call 256.352.8248 Initial test fee: none Retest: $10 (Only one retest is permitted in three year period)

No appointment needed Monday – Thursday 8 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Bring identification and receipt (if retest) on test date. Students should have application on file prior to testing

Call 256.352.8248 Fee: $105 per test

Call 256.352.8248 Bring identification and receipt on test date.

Call 256.352.8248 Fee: $37.50

By appointment call 256.352.8248 Bring identification, calculator and receipt on test date.

Call 256.352.8461 Fee: $45.00 (pay in Cashier’s Office)

By appointment Call Jamie Blackmon 256.352.8461 or email jamie. blackmon@wallacestate.edu or traci.johnson@wallacestate.edu Bring photo identification on test day http://www.wallacestate.edu/Programs/Workforce-Development/ workkeys

GED Testing

Register at ged.com

JBC 408

Friday, June 10 Residual ACT Testing

Friday, August 19 Testing begins at 8:30 a.m.

Computer Science Auditorium

To provide an opportunity for adults who have not graduated from high school to earn a high school level educational diploma

Call 256.352.8461 Fee: $120 Retest: $30 per subject

Register, schedule and pay at ged.com.

To provide student with necessary program/college entrance requirements and to help determine placement in math and English

Call 256.352.8042 for information. Pay via phone @ 256.352.8141. Fee: $40

Registration is complete when payment is made to cashier. Bring ID and receipt on test date. ACT approved calculators are permitted (ref. http://www.actstudent.org/faq/calculator.html)

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Wallace State - Oneonta Opening Summer 2016

Wallace State Community College is proud to announce the opening of a new campus center in Oneonta. The Wallace State-Oneonta campus is opening this summer at 728 2nd Ave. E. An architectural sketch of the planned facility is pictured above. Please call the Wallace State-Hanceville campus at 866.350.9722 for information. The new campus center will offer courses on campus and online toward the completion of Associate in Arts and Associate in Science degrees as well as other workforce-relevant certificates. The curriculum will support students wishing to transfer to four-year institutions. Expanded Dual Enrollment and Adult Education opportunities will also be available.

Be One Of Us in Oneonta Summer Semester 2016 Schedule of Classes • Page 9


Free GED Classes Adult Education is a non-profit program that assists individuals who have discontinued public education enrollment or who do not have a high school diploma, as well as those who need basic skills development for employment purposes. For more information, contact the Wallace State Adult Education Department at 256.352.8078, 1.866.350.9722 or adulteducation@wallacestate.edu. Cullman County Cullman Housing Authority......... GED Prep ......................................................M, W.....................8:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. The Link Center........................... GED...............................................................M..........................2:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. GED...............................................................W..........................2:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Parkside School........................... GED...............................................................M, TH....................5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Vinemont School......................... GED/Advanced GED......................................T, W......................4:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Alabama Career Center............... GED...............................................................M, T......................8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Advanced GED/College Prep........................W, TH....................8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. GED...............................................................T, TH......................5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Wallace State College.................. Orientation* CALL 256.352.8078 .Pre-GED (Auditorium)...................................T, TH......................8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. GED...............................................................M, T......................8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. GED/Advanced GED......................................M, T......................3:00 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. TH,........................3:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Advanced GED...............................................W, TH....................8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. College Prep/GED Online..............................W..........................8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Blount County Hayden........................................ Orientation* CALL 256.352.8078 (Crossroads Baptist Church) GED Prep/GED..............................................M..........................8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Advanced GED/College Prep……………………...TH.........................8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. Hope House (Oneonta)............... Orientation* CALL 256.352.8078 GED Prep / GED.............................................T...........................8:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Advanced GED/College Prep.........................M..........................8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Winston County Double Springs............................ GED...............................................................T…………………………5:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. W..........................8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. TH.........................8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Morgan County Brewer High School..................... Orientation* CALL 256.352.8078 GED Prep/GED..............................................TH.........................8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. TH.........................4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Eva Town Hall.............................. GED Prep/GED..............................................M..........................8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. M..........................4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. *ORIENTATION Due to limited space availability, please schedule an appointment to attend orientation sessions. Call 256.352.8078 or 866.350.9722 x8078 to make an appointment for online orientation. ONLINE GED PREP Register for online GED preparation at the WSCC Adult Education Office. Call 256.352.8078 or 866.350.9722 x8078 to make an appointment for online GED Prep Orientation. GED EXAM FEE VOUCHERS The GED classes are divided into progression levels toward the GED Exam and the orientation will start that process for each student individually. As the student progresses, up to $100 in vouchers may be earned to apply toward the cost of the GED Exam, bringing the final cost to $20 if all vouchers are obtained. SCHOLARSHIP Wallace State Adult Education students who successfully complete the GED receive a scholarship for a free college-credit class. If you would like to sponsor at GED class in your place of business or building, please call 256.352.8077 to find out more. Visit www.wallacestate.edu/Programs/Adult-Education Summer Semester 2016 Schedule of Classes • Page 10


There’s

A Place

for

YOU @ ACADEMIC PROGRAMS

Program Offerings

Degrees Awarded*

ACADEMIC DEGREE & TRANSFER

AS

AA

AAS

C

Class Availability STC

Day

Evening

Online

Other** Hybrid

Art/Visual Communications

X

X

X

Business Education & Office Administration

X

X

X

X

X

X

STARS

Office Management Supervision/Business Management

X

X

X

X

X

X

STARS

Paralegal

X

X

X

X

STARS

Computer Science

X

X

X

X

STARS

Criminal Justice

X

X

X

X

STARS

X

X

X

X

STARS

X

X

X

X

STARS

X

X

X

X

STARS

X

General Education Certificate General Studies

X X

Liberal Arts

X

STARS

X

*Degree or certificate offered: AS-Associate in Science; AA-Associate in Arts; AAS-Associate in Applied Science, C-Certificate; STC-Short-Term Certificate. **STARS (Statewide Articulation Reporting System) is a computerized articulation-and-transfer planning system designed to inform students about degree requirements, course equivalents, and other transfer information pertaining to specific majors at each state-funded four-year institution.

TECHNICAL PROGRAMS Program Offerings CAREER/TECHNICAL PROGRAMS

Degrees Awarded AS

AA

AAS

C

Class Availability Evening

Online

Salary†

STC

Day

Hybrid

X

X

X

X

X

$39,450

X

X

X

$129,600

Agriculture Production/Horticulture

X

Automotive Service Technology

X

Aviation/Flight Technology: Helicopter and Fixed Wing

X

Collision Repair

X

X

X

X

$42,620

Culinary Arts

X

X

X

X

$42,490

Diesel Technology

X

X

X

X

$42,730

Electronic Technology

X

X

X

$51,220

Engineering Technology

X

X

X

X

$51,980

HVAC & Refrigeration

X

X

X

X

$43,800

Machine Tool Technology

X

X

X

X

X

$39,570

Salon and Spa Management

X

X

X

X

Welding

X

X

X

X

X

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$23,296

$27,530 X

$49,140-$56,560


HEALTH PROGRAMS Program Offerings HEALTH SCIENCES

Degrees Awarded AS

AA

AAS

Child Development

X

Clinical Laboratory Technician

X

Dental Assisting

X

Dental Hygiene

C

Class Availability STC

Day

X

Evening

Online

Salary† Hybrid

X

$27,570

X

$37,970

X

$34,900

X

X

$71,110

Diagnostic Imaging

X

X

$55,200

Diagnostic Medical Sonography

X

X

$66,410

Emergency Medical Services

X

X

$31,270

Health Information Technology

X

Medical Coding

X

X

X

X

X

$34,970

X

$34,970

Human Services

X

X

$29,230

Medical Assistant

X

X

X

$29,610

X

X

X

$66,220

X

X

$42,920

Nursing Associate Degree (RN) Practical Nursing Occupational Therapy Assistant

X X

X

$55,270

Patient Care Specialist

X

X

X

Pharmacy Technology

X

X

X

Physical Therapist Assistant

X

Polysomnography Technologist (Sleep Study) Respiratory Therapy

X X

X

Therapeutic Massage

X

X

X

$24,890 $29,650 $53,360

X

$46.340

X

$56,290

X

$35,920

Median annual salaries nationwide as of May 2013, from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics; salaries vary by region.

Admissions to Health Programs Most of the Health Programs at Wallace State Community College accept students only once a year, though there are some who accept students every semester. Please refer to the most current catalog or contact faculty and staff in the specific program of interest to get deadlines for applications and learn about any prerequisite classes that must be completed before applying to the program. Still trying to find a career that fits? Visit the Wallace State myCareer tool on our website! The myCareer tool helps you quickly narrow down career choices customized to your interests and skills. The tool also shows you average salaries for different careers. You can research careers based on salaries, the degrees required, and by field. You can even use the Resume Builder tool to help in your search for employment. All of these services are free and open to anyone who wishes to use the myCareer tool. Visit wallacestate.emsicareercoach.com to take a quick survey and see where it leads. It’s Your Life, make the most of it.

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CRN COURSE COURSE NAME

CR

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

Off Campus Classes Albert P. Brewer High School Speech

Evening 5254 SPH106

Fundamentals of Oral Communication

3

06:00pm-09:45pm T

BRW 129

Skelley, Victoria

APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000

Mackentepe, Lambert Mackentepe, Lambert Mackentepe, Lambert Mackentepe, Lambert Mackentepe, Lambert Mackentepe, Lambert Mackentepe, Lambert Mackentepe, Lambert Stokes, Teddie V. Stokes, Teddie V. Stokes, Teddie V. Stokes, Teddie V. Stokes, Teddie V. White, David M. Turley, Gregory D. White, David M. Stokes, Teddie V. Stokes, Teddie V. Stokes, Teddie V. Stokes, Teddie V. Malchow, Eric Pearson, Aaron White, David M. Stokes, Teddie V. White, David M. Mackentepe, Lambert Willoughby, Harvey Davis, Judson E. Jeffries, Joseph Mackentepe, Lambert Mackentepe, Lambert Mackentepe, Lambert Staff Staff Stokes, Teddie V. Stokes, Teddie V. Stokes, Teddie V.

Hybrid class.

Cullman Airport Flight Technology (Commercial) Day 5191 5192 5193 5194 5195 5196 5197 5198 5211 5212 5213 5214 5215 5216 5217 5218 5219 5220 5221 5222 5223 5224 5225 5226 5227 5199 5200 5205 5201 5202 5203 5204 5206 5207 5208 5209 5210

FLT112 FLT122 FLT124 FLT126 FLT132 FLT134 FLT136 FLT138 FLT200 FLT210 FLT211 FLT212 FLT213 FLT214 FLT215 FLT216 FLT217 FLT218 FLT219 FLT220 FLT221 FLT222 FLT232 FLT234 FLT236 FLT240 FLT242 FLT244 FLT252 FLT254 FLT256 FLT258 FLT261 FLT262 FLT264 FLT281 FLT282

Prof Pilot Airplane Lab I Prof Pilot Airplane Lab 2 Prof Pilot Airplane Lab 3 Prof Pilot Airplane Lab 4 Prof Pilot Airplane Lab 5 Prof Pilot Airplane Lab 6 Prof Pilot Airplane Lab 7 Prof Pilot Airplane Lab 8 Prof Pilot Helicopter Lab 1 Prof Pilot Helicopter Lab 2 Prof Pilot Helicopter Lab 3 Prof Pilot Helicopter Lab 4 Prof Pilot Helicopter Lab 5 Prof Pilot Helicopter Lab 6 Prof Pilot Helicopter Lab 7 Prof Pilot Helicopter Lab 8 Prof Pilot Helicopter Lab 9 Prof Pilot Helicopter Lab 10 Prof Pilot Helicopter Lab 11 Prof Pilot Helicopter Lab 12 Prof Pilot Helicopter Lab 13 Prof Pilot Helicopter Lab 14 Helicopter Instrument Lab 15 Helicopter Instrument Lab 16 Helicopter Instrument Lab 17 Prof Pilot Airplane Lab 9 Prof Pilot Airplane Lab 10 Instrument Flight Instructor Ground Prof Pilot Airplane Lab 11 Prof Pilot Airplane Lab 12 Prof Pilot Airplane Lab 13 Prof Pilot Airplane Lab 14 Fundamentals of Instruction Ground Instructor Meth of Oral Presentation Flight Instructor Ground Flight Instructor Initial Issues Flight Instructor, Add. Rating

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

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

Note: Classes listed in the printed schedule are subject to change. Please check on class availability at myWallaceState. Summer Semester 2016 Schedule of Classes • Page 13


CRN COURSE COURSE NAME

CR

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

Hayden High School Biology Evening 5613 BIO103

Principles of Biology I

4

06:00pm-09:45pm MW

HAY 000

Adcock, Jason L.

American Literature I

3

06:00pm-09:45pm M

HAY LIB

Voce, Amanda N.

General Psychology Human Growth & Development

3 3

06:00pm-09:45pm M 06:00pm-09:45pm W

HAY C-120 HAY C-120

Hughes, John P. Hughes, John P.

English Evening 5614 ENG251

Psychology Evening 5615 PSY200 5617 PSY210

Oneonta Campus Computer Science 5636

CIS146

Microcomputer Applications

3

02:00pm-03:55pm M

ONE 101

Staff

3

08:00am-11:50am

TTh

ONE 102

Staff

3

08:00am-11:50am

TTh

ONE 102

Staff

3

01:00pm-04:50pm MW

ONE 102

Smith, Cynthia W.

3

01:00pm-04:50pm MW

ONE 102

Smith, Cynthia W.

Hybrid class;

English Day 5567

ENG092

Basic English I Mini Term I.

5568

ENG093

Basic English II Mini Term II.

5569

ENG101

English Composition I Mini Term I.

5570

ENG102

English Composition II

Mini Term II; for class information contact cynthia.smith@wallacestate.edu.

Evening 5571 ENG101

English Composition I

3

05:00pm-08:50pm T

ONE 102

Staff

Basic Mathematics

3

08:00am-11:50am

MW

ONE 101

Doss, Angela P.

3

01:00pm-04:50pm TTh

ONE 101

Arnold, Melissa P.

3

08:00am-11:50am

MW

ONE 101

Doss, Angela P.

3

01:00pm-04:50pm TTh

ONE 103

Arnold, Melissa P.

Intermediate College Algebra Precalculus Algebra

3 3

05:00pm-08:55pm T 05:00pm-08:55pm Th

ONE 103 ONE 103

Arnold, Melissa P. Arnold, Melissa P.

Music Appreciation

3

08:00am-09:55am

ONE 104

Markham, Sara F.

Freshman Seminar

1

02:30pm-03:30pm T

ONE 104

Staff

Ethics and Society

3

12:00pm-01:55pm TTh

ONE 102

Walton, Robert L.

Mathematics Day 5482

MTH090

Mini Term I; Web assisted; for class information contact angela.doss@wallacestate.edu.

5480

MTH098

Elementary Algebra Mini Term I.

5481

MTH098

Elementary Algebra

Mini Term II; Web assisted; for class information contact angela.doss@wallacestate.edu.

5479

MTH100

Intermediate College Algebra Mini Term II.

Evening 5478 MTH100 5477 MTH112

Music Day 5581

MUS101

MW

Orientation Day 5580

ORI110

Philosophy Day 5585

PHL206

Summer Semester 2016 Schedule of Classes • Page 14


CRN COURSE COURSE NAME

CR

TIME

DAYS

3

01:00pm-04:50pm W

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

Speech Day 5572

SPH106

Fundamentals of Oral Communication

ONE 104

Metcalf, Robert L.

JBP WA

Fincher, Judy C.

JBP 209 JBP 209

Mullins, Kenneth L. Mullins, Kenneth L.

J B Pennington High School Computer Science Evening 5338 CIS146

Microcomputer Applications

3

06:00pm-09:45pm T

Online or Hybrid class. For class information contact judy.fincher@adjunct.wallacestate.edu.

Mathematics Evening 5618 MTH112 5611 MTH113

Precalculus Algebra Precalculus Trigonometry

3 3

06:00pm-09:45pm M 06:00pm-09:45pm Th

Class located at J.B. Pennington High School Room 209; for more information contact kenneth.mullins@adjunct.wallacestate.edu.

Psychology Evening 5612 PSY200

General Psychology

3

06:00pm-09:45pm T

JBP WA

Fincher, Anna

Main Campus Classes Agricultural Production/Horticulture Day 5561 5560 5558 5559 5563

HOC114 HOC115 HOC120 HOC218 HOC230

Intro to Floriculture Soils and Fertilizers Plant Propagation Landscape Construction Vegetable & Orchard Crops

2 3 3 3 3

08:00am-11:30am 08:00am-12:30pm 08:00am-12:30pm 08:00am-12:30pm 08:00am-01:30pm

F Th M W T

AGP 000 AGP 000 AGP 000 AGP 000 AGP 000

Hilliard, Anthony Hilliard, Anthony Hilliard, Anthony Hilliard, Anthony Hilliard, Anthony

Drawing I Computer Graphics I

3 3

10:00am-11:55am 10:00am-11:55am

MW TTh

FPA 226 FPA 216

Scott, Adrian P. Scott, Adrian P.

Art Appreciation

3

TBA

TBA

TBA

Daniel, Ramon A.

TBA

TBA

Daniel, Ramon A.

TBA

TBA

Scott, Adrian P.

TBA

TBA

Scott, Adrian P.

TBA

TBA

O'Leary, Christine

08:00am-02:40pm MTWTh 08:00am-12:00pm F

AUM 000 AUM 000

Burgett, Stephen D. Burgett, Stephen D.

TBA

AUM 000

Burgett, Stephen D.

Art/Visual Communications Day 5368 ART113 5105 ART221 Online 5106 ART100I

Online class; for class information contact ramon.daniel@wallacestate.edu.

5107

ART100I

Art Appreciation

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact ramon.daniel@wallacestate.edu.

5541

ART100I

Art Appreciation

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact adrian.scott@wallacestate.edu.

5589

ART100I

Art Appreciation

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact adrian.scott@wallacestate.edu.

Astronomy Online 5616 AST220I

Introduction to Astronomy

4

TBA

Online class; for class information contact christine.oleary@wallacestate.edu.

Automotive Service Technology Day 5357

AUM133

Motor Vehicle A C

3

Class meets July 19-August 3; Mandatory orientation May 26.

5249

AUM182

ST-Auto Transmission Diagnosis

2

TBA

Mini Term II; for class information contact stephen.burgett@wallacestate.edu; Mandatory orientation May 26.

Summer Semester 2016 Schedule of Classes • Page 15


CRN COURSE COURSE NAME 5248

AUM212

CR

Adv Elect/Elect Systems

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

TBA

AUM 000

Burgett, Stephen D.

3

TBA

3

08:00am-02:40pm MTWTh 08:00am-12:00pm F

AUM 000 AUM 000

Burgett, Stephen D. Burgett, Stephen D.

3

08:00am-02:40pm MTWTh 08:00am-12:00pm F

AUM 000 AUM 000

Burgett, Stephen D. Burgett, Stephen D.

08:00am-02:40pm MTWTh 08:00am-12:00pm F

AUM 000 AUM 000

Burgett, Stephen D. Burgett, Stephen D.

04:30pm-06:25pm MTW 06:30pm-07:15pm MTW 07:50pm-09:50pm MTW

AUM 000 AUM 000 AUM 000

Messersmith, Russell O. Messersmith, Russell O. Messersmith, Russell O.

Mini Term I; class meets May 26-June 24.

5245

AUM239

Engine Performance I Class meets May 26-June 13.

5246

AUM244

5247

AUM246

Engine Perform/Diagnostics

Class meets June 14-June 29; mandatory orientation May 26.

Automotive Emissions

3

Class meets June 30-July 18; Mandatory orientation May 26.

Evening 5533 AUM122 5588 AUM130 5535 AUM239

Steering and Suspension Drive Train and Axles Engine Performance I

3 3 3

Biology Courses in this subject are also available at our off-campus locations. Please see pages 14-16.

Day 5132 5133 5134 5135 5136 5137 5138 5139 5140 5141 5142 5436 Evening 5144 5145 5584 5143

BIO103 BIO103 BIO103 BIO103 BIO103 BIO104 BIO201 BIO201 BIO202 BIO202 BIO220 BIO220

Principles of Biology I Principles of Biology I Principles of Biology I Principles of Biology I Principles of Biology I Principles of Biology II Human Anatomy & Physiology I Human Anatomy & Physiology I Human Anatomy & Physiology II Human Anatomy & Physiology II General Microbiology General Microbiology

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

12:00pm-03:10pm 08:00am-11:10am 12:00pm-03:10pm 08:00am-11:10am 08:00am-11:10am 12:30pm-04:10pm 08:00am-11:10am 12:00pm-03:10pm 12:00pm-03:10pm 08:00am-11:10am 08:00am-12:15pm 08:00am-12:15pm

MW TTh TTh TTh MW TTh MW TTh MW TTh TTh MW

CNS 238 CNS 238 CNS 238 CNS 231 CNS 232 CNS 231 CNS 115 CNS 115 CNS 108 CNS 108 CNS 101 CNS 101

Briehn, Connie S. Briehn, Connie S. Briehn, Connie S. Glasscock, Melanie A. Williams, Beth L. Glasscock, Melanie A. Rakestraw, Wesley P. Rakestraw, Wesley P. Halstead, Fred Halstead, Fred Quick, Shannon F. Quick, Shannon F.

BIO103 BIO201 BIO202 BIO220

Principles of Biology I Human Anatomy & Physiology I Human Anatomy & Physiology II General Microbiology

4 4 4 4

04:00pm-07:10pm 04:00pm-07:10pm 04:00pm-07:10pm 04:00pm-08:15pm

MW MW MW MW

CNS 232 CNS 115 CNS 108 CNS 101

Williams, Beth L. Rakestraw, Wesley P. Halstead, Fred Quick, Shannon F.

Business Co-op I

1

TBA

TBA

TBA

Atchley, Barbara P.

Business Day 5041

BUS193

For class information contact Barbara Atchley at 256.352.8178 or barbara.atchley@wallacestate.edu or JBC M04.

5312

BUS298

Directed Studies I

3

TBA

3

TBA

TBA

McGriff-Waldrop, Terri J.

05:30pm-08:30pm W

BE 120

Manning, Marcella E.

3

05:00pm-07:30pm T

BE 106

McGriff-Waldrop, Terri J.

3

TBA

TBA

TBA

Sides, Kathryn P.

TBA

TBA

Manning, Marcella E.

TBA

TBA

Manning, Marcella E.

Orientation on Tuesday, May 26 at 11:00 a.m.

Evening 5175 BUS241

Principles of Accounting I Online or hybrid class; orientation June 1 at 5:30 p.m.

5180

BUS298

Directed Studies I Hybrid class; orientation May 26 at 5:00 p.m.

Online 5170 BUS150I

Business Math

Online or Hybrid class; class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business.

5172

BUS241I

Principles of Accounting I

3

TBA

Online or Hybrid class; class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business.

5173

BUS242I

Principles of Accounting II

3

TBA

Online or Hybrid class; class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business.

Summer Semester 2016 Schedule of Classes • Page 16


CRN COURSE COURSE NAME 5545

BUS261I

CR

Business Law I

3

TIME TBA

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

TBA

TBA

Staff

TBA

TBA

McGriff-Waldrop, Terri J.

TBA

TBA

McGriff-Waldrop, Terri J.

TBA

TBA

Crow, Glynice H.

TBA

TBA

McGriff-Waldrop, Terri J.

CHM 009

Meadows, Rosalyn R.

CHM 009

Meadows, Rosalyn R.

TBA

TBA

Meadows, Rosalyn R.

Online class; for class information contact emily.johnston@wallacestate.edu.

5177

BUS263I

Legal & Social Env of Business

3

TBA

Online or Hybrid class; class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business.

5176

BUS271I

Business Statistics I

3

TBA

Online or Hybrid class; class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business.

5181

BUS272I

Business Statistics II

3

TBA

Online or Hybrid class; class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business.

5179

BUS275I

Principles of Management

3

TBA

Online or Hybrid class; class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business.

Chemistry Day 5043

CHM104

Intro to Inorganic Chemistry

4

03:00pm-06:00pm TTh

Hybrid class; for class information contact rosalyn.meadows@wallacestate.edu.

5045

CHM111

College Chemistry I

4

12:00pm-03:00pm TTh

Hybrid class; for class information contact rosalyn.meadows@wallacestate.edu.

Online 5044 CHM104I

Intro to Inorganic Chemistry

4

TBA

Online class; for class information contact rosalyn.meadows@wallacestate.edu.

Child Development Online 5554 CHD100I 5555 CHD204I 5256 CHD206I 5556 CHD209I

Intro-Early Care & Ed of Child Methods & Materials Teach Chil Children's Health and Safety Infant & Toddler Educ Programs

3 3 3 3

TBA TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA

Hill, Marcie Hill, Marcie Hill, Marcie Hill, Marcie

4

08:00am-10:15am

TTh

TBH 506

Kilpatrick, Jaime R.

3

07:30am-03:45pm MTWTh 07:30am-11:30am F

TBA TBA

Grace, Timothy L. Grace, Timothy L.

07:30am-03:45pm MTWTh 07:30am-11:30am F

ABR 000 ABR 000

Grace, Timothy L. Grace, Timothy L.

07:30am-03:45pm MTWTh 07:30am-11:30am F

ABR 000 ABR 000

Grace, Timothy L. Grace, Timothy L.

Clinical Laboratory Tech Day 5265

CLT142

CLT Microbiology II Lab-Tuesday 11 am-2 pm or Thursday 11 am-2 pm.

Collision Repair Day 5485

ABR114

Non-Structural Panel Repl LAB

Class meets June 14-June 29; Mandatory orientation on May 26.

5324

ABR151

5325

ABR154

Safety Environmental Practices LAB

3

Class meets June 30-July 18; Mandatory orientation on May 26.

Automotive Glass & Trim LAB

3

Class meets July 19-August 3; Mandatory orientation on May 26.

5484

ABR266

Al Welding in Collision Repair LAB

3

07:30am-03:45pm MTWTh 07:30am-11:30am F

ABR 000 ABR 000

Grace, Timothy L. Grace, Timothy L.

3

10:00am-11:55am

CS 025

Aldridge, Penny

CS 024

Ayers, Terry A.

FPA 216 BE 119

Scott, Adrian P. Sides, Kathryn P.

Class meets May 26-June 13.

Computer Science Day 5598

CIS147

Adv Microcomputer Applications

T

Hybrid class; must have software. For class information contact penny.aldridge@wallacestate.edu.

5075

CIS150

Intro Computer Logic/Program

3

12:00pm-01:55pm W

Hybrid class; for class information contact terry.ayers@wallacestate.edu.

5366 5077

CIS151 CIS196W

Graphics for World Wide Web Com Soft App - Windows

3 3

10:00am-11:55am TTh 02:30pm-04:55pm T

Hybrid class; orientation May 26th @ 2:30 p.m. For class information contact kathy.sides@wallacestate.edu.

Summer Semester 2016 Schedule of Classes • Page 17


CRN COURSE COURSE NAME Online 5602 CIS197E

CR

Adv Comm Software App – Excel

3

TIME TBA

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

TBA

TBA

Wilt, Jeremy A.

TBA

Grimmett, Cheril B.

W

CS 009

Aldridge, Penny

Th

CS 009

Aldridge, Penny

TBA

TBA

Sides, Kathryn P.

TBA

TBA

Wilt, Jeremy A.

TBA

TBA

Manning, Marcella E.

TBA

TBA

Ayers, Terry A.

TBA

Wilt, Jeremy A.

TBA

Ayers, Terry A.

TBA

Wilt, Jeremy A.

TBA

Staff

TBA

Staff

TBA

TBA

Staff

TBA

TBA

Wilt, Jeremy A.

TBA

TBA

Aldridge, Penny

TBA

TBA

Ayers, Terry A.

Online class; must have software. For class information contact jeremy.wilt@wallacestate.edu.

5599

CIS197W

Adv Comm Software App – Word

3

TBA

TBA

Online class; must have software. For class information contact cheril.grimmett@wallacestate.edu.

5078

CIS199

Network Communications

3

10:00am-11:55am

Hybrid class; for class information contact penny.aldridge@wallacestate.edu.

5595

CIS249

Microcomputer Operating System

3

10:00am-11:55am

Hybrid class; for class information contact penny.aldridge@wallacestate.edu.

5548

CIS111I

Word Processing Applications

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact kathy.sides@wallacestate.edu.

5600

CIS113I

Spreadsheet Software App

3

TBA

Online class; must have software. For class information contact jeremy.wilt@wallacestate.edu.

5549

CIS115I

Presentation Graphics Software

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact marcy.manning@wallacestate.edu.

5071

CIS146I

Microcomputer Applications

3

TBA

Online class; must have software, for information please contact terry.ayers@wallacestate.edu.

5072

CIS146I

Microcomputer Applications

3

TBA

TBA

Online class; must have software, for information please contact jeremy.wilt@wallacestate.edu.

5073

CIS146I

Microcomputer Applications

3

TBA

TBA

Online class; must have software, for information please contact terry.ayers@wallacestate.edu.

5074

CIS146I

Microcomputer Applications

3

TBA

TBA

Online class; must have software, for information please contact jeremy.wilt@wallacestate.edu.

5596

CIS146I

Microcomputer Applications

3

TBA

TBA

Online class; must have software. For class information contact terry.ayers@wallacestate.edu.

5597

CIS146I

Microcomputer Applications

3

TBA

TBA

Online class; must have software. For class information contact terry.ayers@wallacestate.edu.

5079

CIS203I

Intro to the Info Highway

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact terry.ayers@wallacestate.edu.

5080

CIS207I

Intro to Web Development

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact jeremy.wilt@wallacestate.edu.

5081

CIS222I

Database Management

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact penny.aldridge@wallacestate.edu.

5083

CIS252I

Advanced C++

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact terry.ayers@wallacestate.edu.

Criminal Justice Day 5084 5086 5085 5087 Evening 5088 5090 5089 5091

CRJ147 CRJ226 CRJ227 CRJ238

Constitutional Law Fingerprint Science Homicide Investigation Crime Scene Investigation

3 3 3 3

08:00am-09:55am 08:00am-11:55am 10:00am-11:55am 08:00am-11:55am

MW T MW Th

SCI 109 SCI 103 SCI 109 SCI 106

Howell, Robert W. Hall, Thea D. Howell, Robert W. Hall, Thea D.

CRJ147 CRJ226 CRJ227 CRJ238

Constitutional Law Fingerprint Science Homicide Investigation Crime Scene Investigation

3 3 3 3

05:30pm-09:15pm 05:30pm-09:15pm 05:30pm-09:15pm 05:30pm-09:15pm

M T W Th

SCI 109 SCI 103 SCI 109 SCI 106

Howell, Robert W. Hall, Thea D. Howell, Robert W. Hall, Thea D.

3 3 2 3 3

08:00am-11:30am 11:30am-02:00pm 08:00am-09:40am 08:00am-01:00pm 08:00am-01:00pm

M M W W W

CUA 000 CUA 000 CUA 000 CUA 000 CUA 000

Nichols, Robert A. Nichols, Robert A. Nichols, Robert A. Wilson, John F. Nichols, Robert A.

Culinary Arts/Chef Training Day 5356 5092 5093 5488 5489

CUA101 CUA102 CUA112 CUA122 CUA123

Orientation to Hospitality Pro Catering Sanitation, Safety, Food Service Funds of Quantity Cooking Applied Quantity Cooking

Summer Semester 2016 Schedule of Classes • Page 18


CRN COURSE COURSE NAME 5487 5352 5486 5355 5354

CUA173 CUA201 CUA203 CUA213 CUA214

CR

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

Culinary Arts Apprenticeship Meat Prep & Process Stocks & Sauces Food Purchasing-Cost Control International Cuisine

3 3 3 3 3

01:00pm-02:00pm 10:00am-02:30pm 08:00am-12:30pm 09:30am-12:00pm 08:00am-12:10pm

T M T Th Th

CUA 000 CUA 000 CUA 000 CUA 000 CUA 000

Wilson, John F. Wilson, John F. Wilson, John F. Nichols, Robert A. Wilson, John F.

Dental Office Administration

4

08:00am-11:00am

M

HS 207

Brewer, Ramonica S.

TBA TBA

TBA TBA

Coy, Kathryn S. Ray-Connell, Teresa E.

M

HS 208

Alley, Sharon P.

HS 112 HS 208

Ray-Connell, Teresa E. Ebert, Barbara A.

HS 208

Ray-Connell, Teresa E.

HS 208

Ebert, Barbara A.

Dental Assistant Day 5295

DNT114

Hybrid; for class information contact susan.brewer@wallacestate.edu.

5296 5297

DNT122 DNT141

Clinical Practice II Directed Studies in DNT

4 3

TBA TBA

Hybrid; for class information contact teresa.connell@wallacestate.edu.

Dental Hygiene Day 5307

DHY130

Biological Chem & App Nutritio

1

08:00am-09:55am

Hybrid; for class information contact sharon.alley@wallacestate.edu.

5308 5310

DHY132 DHY134

Clinical Dental Hygiene II Dental Hygiene Theory III

2 1

TBA TBA 01:00pm-03:00pm M

Hybrid; for class information contact barbara.ebert@wallacestate.edu.

5309

DHY216

Dental Research

1

10:00am-12:00pm M

Hybrid; for class information contact teresa.connell@wallacestate.edu.

5315

DHY222

Special Topics in Dentistry

1

TBA

TBA

5 3

07:00am-03:30pm MWF 08:00am-09:30am TTh

TBA TBH 205

Rich, Kelli Malone, James S.

2 2 3

09:45am-11:15am TBA TBA

TTh TBA TBA

TBH 205 TBA TBA

Malone, James S.

2

TBA

TBA

TBH 303

Sutherland, April C.

M

TBH 303

Sutherland, April C.

12:15pm-01:45pm M

TBH 303

Attaway, Donna B.

TBA TBA TBA

Attaway, Donna B. Attaway, Donna B. Sutherland, April C.

TBA

Sutherland, April C.

07:15am-02:00pm MTWTh

DEM 000

Smith, Jeremy W.

07:15am-02:00pm MTWTh

DEM 000

Smith, Jeremy W.

DEM 000

Smith, Jeremy W.

Diagnostic Imaging Day 5266 5267

RAD134 RAD135

5268 5565 5566

RAD136 RAD247I RAD249I

Clinical Education III Exposure Principles Lab TBA Radiation Protection & Biology Comp Tomography Physics & Inst Procedures in Computed Tomogra

Diagnostic Medical Sonography Day 5274

DMS215

Intro to Sono Prin & Instrumen

Mini Term II hybrid; for class information contact april.sutherland@wallacestate.edu.

5269

DMS221

Obstetrical Sonography II

3

08:00am-11:45am

Hybrid; for class information contact april.sutherland@wallacestate.edu.

5270

DMS225

Superficial Sonography

1

Hybrid; for class information contact donna.attaway@wallacestate.edu.

5272 5273 5628

DMS231 DMS231 DMS261

Sonography Preceptorship III Sonography Preceptorship III Vascular Sonography Techniques

4 4 3

TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA M

Hybrid course; lab Monday 2-4 p.m.; for class information april.sutherland@wallacestate.edu.

5627

DMS240I

Sonography Seminar I

2

TBA

TBA

Online; for class information contact april.sutherland@wallacestate.edu.

Diesel Technology Day 5242

DEM118

Industrial & Agricultural Equi

3

Class meets May 26-June 15; Open lab Fridays 8:00-11:00 am.

5241

DEM125

Heavy Vehicle Drive Trains

3

Class meets June 16-July 7; Open lab Fridays 8:00-11:00 am; Mandatory orientation May 26 7:00am.

5244

DEM137

Heating and A/C Refrig Systems

3

08:05am-03:35pm MTWTh

Class meets May 26-June 15; Open lab Fridays 8:00-11:00 am.

Summer Semester 2016 Schedule of Classes • Page 19


CRN COURSE COURSE NAME 5239

DEM154

CR

Vehicle Main/Safe Operating Pr

3

TIME

DAYS

09:00am-03:30pm MTWTh

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR DEM 000

Smith, Jeremy W.

DEM 000

Smith, Jeremy W.

DEM 000

Smith, Jeremy W.

DEM 000

Smith, Jeremy W.

BE 109

Crow, Glynice H.

BE 109

Crow, Glynice H.

TBA

TBA

Crow, Glynice H.

TBA

TBA

Crow, Glynice H.

TBH 615

Patterson, Tony A.

TBH 615

Patterson, Tony A.

TBH 615

Patterson, Tony A.

TBH 615

Patterson, Tony A.

TBH 615

Patterson, Tony A.

TBA TBH 606

Patterson, Tony A. Patterson, Tony A.

TBA TBH 606

Patterson, Tony A. Patterson, Tony A.

Class meets July 18-August 4; Open lab Fridays 8:00-11:00 am; Mandatory orientation May 26 7:00am.

5240

DEM154

Vehicle Main/Safe Operating Pr

3

07:30am-02:00pm MTWTh

Class meets July 18-August 4; Open lab Fridays 8:00-11:00 am; Mandatory orientation May 26 7:00 am.

5238

DEM156

CDL License Test Prep

3

07:00am-05:30pm MTWTh

Class meets July 11-July14; Open lab Fridays 8:00-11:00 am; Mandatory orientation May 26 7:00 am.

5336

DEM191

ST - Electrical

3

08:05am-02:35pm MTWTh

Class meets June 16-July 7; Open lab Fridays 8:00 - 11:00 am; Mandatory orientation on May 26 7:00 am.

Economics Day 5594

ECO232

Principles of Microeconomics

3

01:00pm-02:55pm Th

Hybrid class; for class information contact glynice.crow@wallacestate.edu.

Evening 5183 ECO231

Principles of Macroeconomics

3

05:00pm-07:50pm Th

Hybrid Class; for class information contact glynice.crow@wallacestate.edu.

Online 5182 ECO231I

Principles of Macroeconomics

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact glynice.crow@wallacestate.edu.

5184

ECO232I

Principles of Microeconomics

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact glynice.crow@wallacestate.edu.

Emergency Medical Services Day 5304

EMS100

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation I

1

09:00am-02:00pm F

Hybrid; meets Friday, June 3 only. Please check Blackboard for required submission prior to May 31.

5305

EMS100

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation I

1

09:00am-02:00pm F

Hybrid; meets Friday, June 10 only; check Blackboard for required submission prior to May 31.

5306

EMS100

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation I

1

09:00am-02:00pm F

Hybrid; meets Friday, June 17 only; check Blackboard for required submission prior to May 31.

5447

EMS100

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation I

1

09:00am-02:00pm F

Hybrid; meets Friday, June 24 only; check Blackboard for required submission prior to May 31.

5463

EMS100

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation I

1

09:00am-02:00pm F

Hybrid; meets Friday, July 15 only. Please check Blackboard for required submission prior to May 31.

5619 5620

EMS107 EMS118

Emer Vehicle Operator Ambulance Emergency Medical Technician

1 9

TBA TBA 09:00am-03:00pm MW

Hybrid; for class information contact allen.patterson@wallacestate.edu.

5621 5622

EMS119 EMS155

Emergency Med Tech Clinical Adv Emergency Medical Tech

1 8

TBA TBA 09:00am-03:00pm TTh

Hybrid class; for class info contact allen.patterson@wallacestate.edu.

5623

EMS156

Adv Emergency Med Tech Clinical

2

TBA

TBA

TBA

Patterson, Tony A.

3

TBA

TBA

DDT 203

Bain, Kristi W.

Engineering Technology Day 5371

AET221

Energy Design of Buildings

Hybrid class; Mandatory orientation June 6 at 12:00 p.m., Lab will be open and instructor available every Tuesday; for class information contact kristi.bain@ wallacestate.edu.

5148 5154 5152 5149 5151 5146

AET245 AET290 ENT126 ENT217 CDT223 CMT102

Advanced Design Building Info Modeling (Bim) Basic Computer-Aided Drafting Machine Design Civil Engineering Drafting Construct Blueprint Readings

3 3 3 3 3 3

08:00am-11:15am 11:45am-03:00pm 08:00am-11:15am 08:00am-11:15am 11:45am-02:25pm TBA

MW MW MW TTh TTh TBA

DDT 204 DDT 203 DDT 203 DDT 204 DDT 204 DDT 203

Hardman, Todd A. Bain, Kristi W. Bain, Kristi W. Hardman, Todd A. Hardman, Todd A. Bain, Kristi W.

Hybrid class; mandatory orientation June 7 at 2:00 p.m. Lab will be open and instructor available every Tuesday; for class information contact kristi.bain@ wallacestate.edu.

5494

CMT114

10 Hr OSHA Construction Safety

1

TBA

TBA

DDT 203

Bain, Kristi W.

Hybrid class; mandatory orientation June 6 at 1:00 pm. Lab will be open and instructor available every Tuesday: for class information contact kristi.bain@ wallacestate.edu.

Summer Semester 2016 Schedule of Classes • Page 20


CRN COURSE COURSE NAME 5147

MDT100

CR

Engineering Blueprints

3

TIME TBA

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

TBA

DDT 204

Hardman, Todd A.

Hybrid class; mandatory orientation June 7 1:00pm; class meetings on June 28 at 1:00 p.m. and July 19 at 1:00 pm. For class information contact todd.hardman@wallacestate.edu.

5150 MDT261 Evening 5495 ENT215 5157 BUC142

HVAC/Pipe Sys Design

3

11:45am-03:00pm MW

DDT 204

Hardman, Todd A.

Architectural Drawing Construction Estimating

3 3

05:15pm-08:30pm MW TBA TBA

DDT 204 DDT 203

Pair, Sydney C. Bain, Kristi W.

Hybrid class; mandatory orientation June 7 at 12:00 p.m. Lab will be open and instructor available every Tuesday; for class information contact kristi.bain@ wallacestate.edu.

English Day 5187 5188 5317 5001 5002 5003 5319 5007 5008

ENG092 ENG093 ENG093 ENG101 ENG101 ENG101 ENG101 ENG102 ENG102

Basic English I Basic English II Basic English II English Composition I English Composition I English Composition I English Composition I English Composition II English Composition II

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

08:00am-09:55am 10:00am-11:55am 08:00am-09:55am 10:00am-11:55am 08:00am-09:55am 08:00am-09:55am 10:00am-11:55am 08:00am-09:55am 10:00am-11:55am

TTh TTh MW MW MW TTh TTh MW T

WH 201 WH 201 WH 201 WH 202 WH 200 WH 200 WH 203 WH 203 WH 202

Smith, Cynthia W. Morris, Karen L. Morris, Karen L. Barnes, Mary P. Salerno, Michael Salerno, Michael Buckelew, Kathy L. Smith, Cynthia W. Barnes, Mary P.

MW

WH 203

Buckelew, Kathy L.

WH 201

Smith, Cynthia W.

TBA

TBA

Buckelew, Kathy L.

TBA

TBA

Warren, Sally C.

TBA

TBA

Warren, Sally C.

TBA

TBA

Salerno, Michael

TBA

TBA

Salerno, Michael

TBA

TBA

Barnes, Mary P.

TBA

TBA

Buckelew, Kathy L.

TBA

TBA

Barnes, Mary P.

TBA

TBA

Morris, Karen L.

TBA

TBA

Morris, Karen L.

TBA

TBA

Shields, Jarrod E.

TBA

TBA

Daniel, Randy W.

Hybrid class; for class information visit www.wallacestate.edu/eng.

5335 ENG251 Evening 5004 ENG101

American Literature I

3

10:00am-11:55am

English Composition I

3

05:30pm-09:15pm T

Web assisted; for class information contact cynthia.smith@wallacestate.edu.

Online 5005 ENG101I

English Composition I

3

TBA

Online class; class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/eng.

5006

ENG101I

English Composition I

3

TBA

Online class; class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/eng.

5009

ENG102I

English Composition II

3

TBA

Online class; class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/eng.

5010

ENG251I

American Literature I

3

TBA

Online class; class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/eng.

5011

ENG251I

American Literature I

3

TBA

Online class; class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/eng.

5012

ENG252I

American Literature II

3

TBA

Online class; class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/eng.

5013

ENG261I

English Literature I

3

TBA

Online class; class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/eng.

5014

ENG262I

English Literature II

3

TBA

Online class; class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/eng.

5015

ENG271I

World Literature I

3

TBA

Mini term I; online class; class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/eng.

5472

ENG272I

World Literature II

3

TBA

Mini Term II; online class. For class information contact karen.morris@wallacestate.edu.

Geography Online 5058 GEO100I

World Regional Geography

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact jarrold.shields@adjunct.wallacestate.edu.

Geology Online 5108 GLY101I

Introduction to Geology I

4

TBA

Online class; orientation May 27 at 6:00 p.m. at SCI 212. For class information contact randy.daniel@wallacestate.edu.

Summer Semester 2016 Schedule of Classes • Page 21


CRN COURSE COURSE NAME 5109

GLY102I

CR

Introduction to Geology II

4

TIME TBA

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

TBA

TBA

Daniel, Randy W.

Online class; orientation May 28 at 6:00 p.m. at SCI 212. For class information contact randy.daniel@wallacestate.edu.

Health Education Day 5100 HED224 5096 HED231 Evening 5590 HED224

Personal & Community Health First Aid

3 3

08:00am-09:55am 08:00am-09:55am

MW TTh

WC 113 WC 113

Bailey, Kenneth P. Bailey, Kenneth P.

Personal & Community Health

3

05:00pm-08:55pm T

WC 103

Bailey, Kenneth P.

WC 103

Bailey, Kenneth P.

TBA

TBA

McKelvey, Carol D.

TBA

TBA

McKelvey, Carol D.

TBA

TBA

Ray, Donna D.

TBA

TBA

Ray, Donna D.

TBA

TBA

Heatherly, Sieglinde A.

TBA

TBA

Ray, Donna D.

TBA

TBA

Heatherly, Sieglinde A.

TBA

TBA

McKelvey, Carol D.

TTh MW MW TTh TTh

ASC 000 ASC 000 ASC 000 ASC 000 ASC 000

Hall, Brian T. Hall, Brian T. Hall, Brian T. Hall, Brian T. Hall, Brian T.

Hybrid class; for class information contact paul.bailey@wallacestate.edu.

5592

HED231

First Aid

3

05:00pm-08:55pm W

Hybrid class; for class information contact paul.bailey@wallacestate.edu.

Health Information Technology Online 5302 HIT110I

Medical Terminology

3

TBA

Online; for class information contact carol.mckelvey@wallacestate.edu.

5303

HIT110I

Medical Terminology

3

TBA

Online; for class information contact carol.mckelvey@wallacestate.edu.

5299

HIT231I

Medical Coding Skills Laboratory

1

TBA

Online; for class information contact donna.stanley@wallacestate.edu.

5301

HIT231I

Medical Coding Skills Laboratory

1

TBA

Online; for class information contact donna.stanley@wallacestate.edu.

5629

HIT231I

Medical Coding Skills Laboratory

1

TBA

Online; for class information contact sieglinde.heatherly@adjunct.wallacestate.edu.

5298

HIT232I

Medical Coding Systems II

3

TBA

Online; for class information contact donna.stanley@wallacestate.edu.

5300

HIT232I

Medical Coding Systems II

3

TBA

Online; for class information contact sieglinde.heatherly@adjunct.wallacestate.edu.

5446

HIT255I

Principles of Supervision HIT

3

TBA

Online; for class information contact carol.mckelvey@wallacestate.edu.

Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Day 5500 5497 5496 5498 5499 Evening 5530 5531 5532

ACR113 ACR132 ACR147 ACR148 ACR210

Refrigeration Piping Practices Residential Air Conditioning Refrigerant Transition/Recvry Heat Pump Systems I Troubleshooting HVACR Systems

3 3 3 3 3

12:50pm-03:05pm 10:10am-12:45pm 08:00am-10:05am 08:00am-10:05am 10:10am-12:45pm

ACR126 ACR128 ACR205

Commercial Heating Systems Heat Load Calculations System Sizing and Air Distrib

3 3 3

04:30pm-06:25pm MTW 06:30pm-08:25pm MTW 08:30pm-10:30pm MTW

ASC 000 ASC 000 ASC 000

Butts, Scott W. Butts, Scott W. Butts, Scott W.

HIS101 HIS102 HIS121 HIS122 HIS201 HIS202

History Western Civilization I History Western Civilization II World History I World History II United States History I United States History II

3 3 3 3 3 3

08:00am-09:55am 08:00am-09:55am 10:00am-11:55am 01:00pm-02:55pm 10:00am-11:55am 01:00pm-02:15pm

MW TTh MW MW TTh TTh

SBS 104 SBS 104 LIB 100 LIB 100 LIB 100 LIB 100

Reeves, Rebecca L. Reeves, Rebecca L. Davis, Robert S. Davis, Robert S. Davis, Robert S. Davis, Robert S.

HIS101I

Western Civilization I

3

TBA

TBA

TBA

Reeves, Rebecca L.

TBA

TBA

Reeves, Rebecca L.

History Day 5048 5050 5438 5439 5054 5562 Online 5049

Online class; for class information contact rebecca.reeves@wallacestate.edu.

5051

HIS102I

Western Civilization II

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact rebecca.reeves@wallacestate.edu.

Summer Semester 2016 Schedule of Classes • Page 22


CRN COURSE COURSE NAME 5052

HIS121I

CR

World History I

3

TIME TBA

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

TBA

TBA

Reeves, Rebecca L.

TBA

TBA

Reeves, Rebecca L.

TBA

TBA

Courington, Leigh A.

TBA

TBA

Courington, Leigh A.

Online class; for class information contact rebecca.reeves@wallacestate.edu.

5053

HIS122I

World History II

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact rebecca.reeves@wallacestate.edu.

5055

HIS201I

United States History I

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact leann.courington@wallacestate.edu.

5056

HIS202I

United States History II

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact leann.courington@wallacestate.edu.

Human Services Day 5445 5259 5261 5260

HUS102 HUS104 HUS112 HUS222

Introduction to Casework Fundamental of Health Care Activity Therapy Group Counseling Techniques

3 3 3 3

09:00am-11:15am 09:00am-11:15am 12:00pm-02:15pm 12:00pm-02:15pm

TTh MW MW TTh

TBH 604 TBH 604 TBH 604 TBH 604

Beck, Susan K. Beck, Susan K. Beck, Susan K. Beck, Susan K.

08:00am-09:40am 08:00am-11:00am 09:41am-01:00pm 12:00pm-01:00pm 09:41am-02:30pm 01:01pm-02:11pm 08:00am-11:00am 07:45am-02:00pm 01:00pm-02:16pm 09:51am-02:00pm 02:01pm-03:15pm 07:45am-12:59pm 07:45am-02:00pm 07:45am-09:50am 07:45am-11:00am 07:45am-09:50am 07:45am-02:00pm 12:00pm-12:59pm 07:45am-02:00pm 07:45am-02:00pm 12:00pm-12:59pm 07:45am-02:00pm 07:45am-11:00am 07:45am-09:50am 01:00pm-02:00pm 09:51am-02:00pm 01:00pm-02:30pm 09:51am-02:00pm

TTh M T M Th M W T M Th MTWTh M W Th M Th T M W T M W M Th M Th M Th

MTT 000 MTT 000 TBA MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000

Minyard, Jonathan W. Minyard, Jonathan W. Minyard, Jonathan W. Minyard, Jonathan W. Minyard, Jonathan W. Minyard, Jonathan W. Minyard, Jonathan W. Moon, Randy R. Moon, Randy R. Moon, Randy R. Moon, Randy R. Moon, Randy R. Moon, Randy R. Moon, Randy R. McMinn, Gary J. McMinn, Gary J. McMinn, Gary J. Moon, Randy R. Moon, Randy R. McMinn, Gary J. Minyard, Jonathan W. Minyard, Jonathan W. Minyard, Jonathan W. Minyard, Jonathan W. Minyard, Jonathan W. Minyard, Jonathan W. Minyard, Jonathan W. Minyard, Jonathan W.

MTW MT MTW MTW

MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000

Kilpatrick, Jeff S. Kilpatrick, Jeff S. McKoy, Andrew S. McKoy, Andrew S.

HGA 021 HGA 012

Sivley, Stacey Sivley, Stacey

Machine Tool Technology Day 5385 5386

CNC154 CNC156

Metallurgy Jig/Fixture Construction Prin

3 3

5388

CNC160

Die Construction & Tryout

3

5389

CNC161

Die Maintenance & Repair

3

5511 5509

CNC221 CNC223

Adv Bluprt Rdg Machi CNC Graphics Prog: Milling

3 3

5512 5510

CNC230 CNC234

CNC Special Projects Precision Machining Practices

3 5

5501

MTT127

3

5502 5503

MTT134 MTT135

5504 5505

MTT137 MTT138

5506

MTT142

5507

MTT171

5508

MTT182

Metrology LAB Lathe Operations I Lathe Operations I Lab LAB Milling I Milling I Lab LAB Adv Machining Calculations LAB Intermediate Blueprint Reading LAB ST-Methods Machining Process LAB

Evening 5536 5537 5361 5529

CNC143 CNC214 MTT149 MTT150

Applied Trig for CNC Machining Elec Discharge Mach Programming Introduction to Machine Shop II Intro to Machine Shop II Lab

3 3 3 3

05:30pm-09:30pm 05:15pm-09:45pm 05:30pm-06:40pm 07:00pm-09:30pm

Mathematics Laboratory Mathematics Laboratory

1 1

08:00am-09:55am M 01:00pm-03:00pm T

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Mathematics Day 5475 5476

MTH080 MTH080

Summer Semester 2016 Schedule of Classes • Page 23


CRN COURSE COURSE NAME 5189

MTH090

CR

Basic Mathematics

3

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

MW

HGA 012

Mallard, Cynthia B.

MW

HGA 012

Mallard, Cynthia B.

TTh

HGA 021

Mallard, Cynthia B.

TTh

HGA 021

Mallard, Cynthia B.

01:00pm-02:55pm MW

HGA 021

Adams, Dana D.

MW

HGA 021

Davis, Krystal

MW TTh

HGA 024 HGA 021

Boyd, Jimmy L. Quick, Renee M.

MW MW TTh TTh MW MW M

HGA 024 HGA 019 HGA 024 HGA 019 HGA 024 HGA 010 HGA 026

Adams, Dana D. Quick, Renee M. Boyd, Jimmy L. Sivley, Stacey M. Davis, Krystal Smith, Brandon E. Sivley, Stacey M.

10:00am-11:55am

Web assisted; for class information contact cindy.mallard@wallacestate.edu.

5473

MTH090

Basic Mathematics

3

08:00am-09:55am

Web assisted; for class information contact cindy.mallard@wallacestate.edu.

5021

MTH098

Elementary Algebra

3

08:00am-09:55am

Web assisted; for class information contact cindy.mallard@wallacestate.edu.

5022

MTH098

Elementary Algebra

3

10:00am-11:55am

Web assisted; for class information contact cindy.mallard@wallacestate.edu.

5023

MTH098

Elementary Algebra

3

Web assisted; for class information contact dana.adams@wallacestate.edu.

5387

MTH098

Elementary Algebra

3

10:00am-11:55am

Web assisted; for class information contact krystal.davis@wallacestate.edu.

5026 5027

MTH100 MTH100

5028 5032 5033 5036 5037 5038 5040

MTH100 MTH112 MTH112 MTH113 MTH116 MTH125 MTH265

Intermediate College Algebra Intermediate College Algebra

3 3

08:00am-09:55am 10:00am-11:55am

Web assisted; for class information contact renee.quick@wallacestate.edu.

Intermediate College Algebra Precalculus Algebra Precalculus Algebra Precalculus Trigonometry Mathematical Applications Calculus I Elementary Statistics

3 3 3 3 3 4 3

10:00am-11:55am 10:00am-11:55am 08:00am-09:55am 08:00am-09:55am 01:00pm-02:55pm 10:00am-12:40pm 03:00pm-05:00pm

Hybrid class; for class information please contact stacey.sivley@wallacestate.edu.

Evening 5039 MTH238 Online 5029 MTH100I

Applied Differential Equa I

3

05:30pm-09:25pm W

HGA 010

Smith, Brandon E.

Intermediate College Algebra

3

TBA

TBA

TBA

Quick, Renee M.

TBA

TBA

Sivley, Stacey M.

TBA

TBA

Quick, Renee M.

TBA

TBA

Boyd, Jimmy L.

TBA

TBA

Smith, Brandon E.

TBA

TBA

Smith, Brandon E.

TBA

TBA

Davis, Krystal

TBA

TBA

Davis, Krystal

TBA

TBA

Boyd, Jimmy L.

TBA

TBA

Sivley, Stacey M.

ILT 101

Johnson, Michael L.

ILT 102

Johnson, Michael L.

Online class; for class information contact renee.quick@wallacestate.edu.

5030

MTH100I

Intermediate College Algebra

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact stacey.sivley@wallacestate.edu.

5410

MTH100I

Intermediate College Algebra

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact renee.quick@wallacestate.edu.

5031

MTH110I

Finite Mathematics

3

TBA

Online class: for class information contact lance.boyd@wallacestate.edu

5034

MTH112I

Precalculus Algebra

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact brandon.smith@wallacestate.edu.

5035

MTH112I

Precalculus Algebra

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact brandon.smith@wallacestate.edu.

5430

MTH116I

Mathematical Applications

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact krystal.davis@wallacestate.edu.

5474

MTH116I

Mathematical Applications

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact krystal.davis@wallacestate.edu.

5483

MTH120I

Calculus and Its Applications

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact lance.boyd@wallacestate.edu.

5314

MTH237I

Linear Algebra

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact stacey.sivley@wallacestate.edu.

Mechatronics, Electronics and Robotics Technology Day 5186

AUT138

Principles of Ind Mechanics

3

12:15pm-03:00pm TTh

Hybrid class; for class information please contact mike.johnson@wallacestate.edu.

5169

ILT135

Local Area Networks(Lans)

3

08:00am-09:50am

TTh

Hybrid class; for class information please contact mike.johnson@wallacestate.edu.

Summer Semester 2016 Schedule of Classes • Page 24


CRN COURSE COURSE NAME 5174

ILT169

CR

Hydraulics/Pneumatics

3

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

MW

ILT 101

Johnson, Michael L.

11:05am-02:30pm MW

ILT 101

Hendrix, William J.

TBA

ILT 101

Johnson, Michael L.

TTh

ILT 102

Hendrix, William J.

TBA

ILT 102

Hendrix, William J.

08:00am-11:00am

Hybrid class; for class information please contact mike.johnson@wallacestate.edu.

5178

ILT195

Troubleshooting Techniques I

3

Hybrid class; for class information please contact joe.hendrix@wallacestate.edu.

5492

ILT203

Biomedical Electronics I

3

TBA

Independent Study; contact mike.johnson@wallacestate.edu for more information.

5375

ILT240

Sensors Tech & Applications

3

09:55am-11:35am

Hybrid class; for class information contact joe.hendrix@wallacestate.edu.

5493

ILT291

Cooperative Education

3

TBA

Co-op; contact joe.hendrix@wallacestate.edu for more information.

Medical Assistant Day 5262 5263

MAT211 MAT200I

Clin Proc II for Med Assist Management-Office Emergencies

3 2

12:00pm-03:00pm TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA

Staff Staff

Music Appreciation Music Appreciation

3 3

08:00am-09:55am 10:00am-11:55am

MW TTh

FPA 201 FPA 201

Burks, Ricky L. Sparks, Michael G.

Music Appreciation

3

TBA

TBA

TBA

Burks, Ricky L.

TBA

TBA

Burks, Ricky L.

TBA

TBA

Sparks, Michael G.

TBA

TBA

Sparks, Michael G.

Music Day 5120 MUS101 5606 MUS101 Online 5121 MUS101I

Online class; for class information contact ricky.burks@wallacestate.edu.

5122

MUS101I

Music Appreciation

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact ricky.burks@wallacestate.edu.

5608

MUS101I

Music Appreciation

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact mike.sparks@wallacestate.edu.

5609

MUS101I

Music Appreciation

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact mike.sparks@wallacestate.edu.

Music Ensemble Day 5123 5124

MUL171 MUL271

Music Workshop II Music Workshop IV

1 1

TBA TBA

TBA TBA

FPA 124 FPA 119

Staff Staff

Music Performance Day 5125 5126 5127 5128 5603 5129 5604 5346 5347 5605 5349 5350 5130 5131 5155 5158

MUP101 MUP103 MUP111 MUP133 MUP141 MUP143 MUP145 MUP161 MUP163 MUP171 MUP173 MUP175 MUP181 MUP203 MUP243 MUP281

Private Piano I Private Organ I Private Voice I Private Guitar I Private Flute I Private Clarinet I Private Saxophone I Private Trumpet I Private French Horn I Private Trombone I Private Euphonium I Private Tuba I Private Percussion I Private Organ III Private Clarinet III Private Percussion III

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

FPA 118 FPA 119 FPA 119 FPA 124 FPA 105 FPA 105 FPA 105 FPA 107 FPA 107 FPA 105 FPA 107 FPA 107 FPA 124 FPA 119 FPA 119 FPA 124

Markham, Sara F. Sparks, Michael G. Markham, Sara F. Neal, Mark A. Burks, Ricky L. Burks, Ricky L. Burks, Ricky L. Burks, Ricky L. Staff Burks, Ricky L. Staff Staff Neal, Mark A. Sparks, Michael G. Burks, Ricky L. Neal, Mark A.

NUR105 NUR105

Adult Nursing Adult Nursing

8 8

08:00am-04:00pm TTh 08:00am-12:00pm TTh

CNS 220 CNS 337

Wilhite, Rosey D. Patel, Disha

Nursing 5282 5283

Hybrid; for class information contact disha.patel@wallacestate.edu.

Summer Semester 2016 Schedule of Classes • Page 25


CRN COURSE COURSE NAME 5284 5285 5286 5287 5288

NUR107 NUR108 NUR109 NUR201 NUR201

CR

Adult/Child Nursing Psychosocial Nursing Role Trans for The Practical N Nursing Through The Lifespan I Nursing Through The Lifespan I

8 3 3 5 5

TIME 08:00am-12:00pm 01:00pm-04:00pm 01:00pm-05:00pm 12:00pm-03:00pm 12:00pm-02:00pm

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

MW M W MW M

CNS 333 CNS 333 CNS 333 CNS 220 CNS 327

Zerillo, Megan A. Brown, Janet L. Richard, Tara M. Mobley, Kyla S. Mobley, Kyla S.

CNS 219 CNS 219 CNS 202

Lee, Donna M. Lee, Donna M. Roper, Martha K.

CNS 201 CNS 327

Lee, Donna M. Lee, Donna M.

TBH 517

Krigbaum, Kelly D.

TBH 508

Keener, Allen S.

TBH 508

Keener, Allen S.

TBH 310

Krigbaum, Kelly D.

TBA TBA

TBA TBH 518

Krigbaum, Kelly D. Krigbaum, Kelly D.

TBA

TBA

Krigbaum, Kelly D.

Hybrid; for class information contact shea.mobley@wallacestate.edu.

5289

NUR203

5290

NUR203

Nur Through The Lifespan III LAB Nur Through The Lifespan III

6 6

08:00am-12:00pm T 08:00am-02:00pm Th 08:00am-10:00am T

Hybrid; for class information contact katie.roper@wallacestate.edu.

5291 5292

NUR204 NUR204

Role Transition for Reg Nurse Role Transition for Reg Nurse

4 4

01:00pm-04:00pm T 08:00am-10:00am T

Hybrid; for class information contact donna.lee@wallacestate.edu.

Occupational Therapy Assistant 5275

OTA230

Professional Skills Development

3

11:00am-12:30pm TTh

Hybrid; for class information contact kelly.krigbaum@wallacestate.edu.

5277

OTA232

Splinting

2

08:00am-01:00pm MW

Hybrid; for class information contact allen.keener@wallacestate.edu.

5278

OTA232

Splinting

2

01:05pm-06:05pm MW

Hybrid; for class information contact allen.keener@wallacestate.edu.

5279

OTA232

Splinting

2

08:00am-01:00pm TTh

Hybrid; for class information contact kelly.krigbaum@wallacestate.edu.

5280 5281

OTA233 OTA234

Level II Fieldwork-B OTA Review Seminar

4 1

TBA TBA

Hybrid; for class information contact kelly.krigbaum@wallacestate.edu.

5276

OTA231I

Rehabilitation Management

3

TBA

Online; for class information contact kelly.krigbaum@wallacestate.edu.

Office Administration Day 5332

OAD110

Computer Navigation

3

02:30pm-04:55pm

T

TBA

Sides, Kathryn P.

3

TBA

TBA

TBA

Wilt, Jeremy

TBA

TBA

Wilt, Jeremy

BE 119

Sides, Kathryn P.

BE 119

Sides, Kathryn P.

TBA

TBA

Sides, Kathryn P.

TBA

TBA

Sides, Kathryn P.

TBA

TBA

Grimmett, Cheril

TBA

TBA

Sides, Kathryn P.

TBA

TBA

Manning, Marcella E.

Hybrid class; orientation Tuesday, May 31st @ 2:30 p.m.

5164

OAD243E

Sp App--Microsoft App/Excel

Online or Hybrid class; for class information contact jeremy.wilt@wallacestate.edu.

5167

OAD247E

Sp Top - Advanced Excel

3

TBA

Online or Hybrid class; for class information contact jeremy.wilt@wallacestate.edu.

Evening 5165 OAD101

Beginning Keyboarding

3

05:00pm-08:00pm M

Online or Hybrid class; for class information contact www.wallacestate.edu/business.

5166

OAD103

Intermediate Keyboarding

3

05:00pm-08:00pm M

Online or Hybrid class; for class information contact www.wallacestate.edu/business.

Online 5160 OAD101I

Beginning Keyboarding

3

TBA

Online or Hybrid class; for class information contact www.wallacestate.edu/business.

5333

OAD125I

Word Processing-Microsoft Word

3

TBA

Online or Hybrid class; for class information contact kathy.sides@wallacestate.edu.

5161

OAD126I

Advanced Word

3

TBA

Online or Hybrid class; for class information contact cheril.grimmett@adjunct.wallacestate.edu.

5162

OAD136I

Adv Financial Recordkeeping

3

TBA

Online or Hybrid class; for class information contact www.wallacestate.edu/business.

5163

OAD246I

Office Graphics & Presentation

3

TBA

Online or Hybrid class; for class information contact www.wallacestate.edu/business.

Summer Semester 2016 Schedule of Classes • Page 26


CRN COURSE COURSE NAME

CR

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

Orientation Day 5573 5574 5575 5576 Evening 5577 Online 5578

ORI110 ORI110 ORI110 ORI110

Freshman Seminar Freshman Seminar Freshman Seminar Freshman Seminar

1 1 1 1

08:00am-09:00am 09:00am-10:00am 01:00pm-02:00pm 02:00pm-03:00pm

T T M M

CS 003 CS 003 CS 003 CS 003

Keisler, Jacob Keisler, Jacob Keisler, Jacob Keisler, Jacob

ORI110

Freshman Seminar

1

03:30pm-04:30pm M

CS 003

Keisler, Jacob

ORI110I

Freshman Seminar

1

TBA

TBA

TBA

Clem, Theresa J.

TBA

TBA

Clem, Theresa J.

W

BE 120

Staff

11:00am-12:15pm W

BE 120

Staff

TBA

Staff

Online class; for class information contact jayne.clem@wallacestate.edu.

5579

ORI110I

Freshman Seminar

1

TBA

Online class; for class information contact jayne.clem@wallacestate.edu.

Paralegal/Legal Assistant Day 5542

PRL101

Intro to Paralegal Study

3

09:30am-10:55am

Hybrid class; for class information contact emily.johnston@wallacestate.edu.

5543

PRL102

Basic Legal Research & Writing

3

Hybrid class; for class information contact emily.johnston@wallacestate.edu.

5046 PRL291 Evening 5047 PRL240

Internship in Paralegalism

3

TBA

TBA

Wills, Estates, and Trusts

3

05:00pm-08:00pm T

BE 119

Staff

3 3

10:00am-11:55am 10:00am-11:55am

TTh TTh

CNS 334 CNS 334

Walton, Karen E. Walton, Karen E.

3

08:00am-09:55am

TTh

CNS 334

Walton, Karen E.

TBA

TBA

Walton, Robert L.

TBA

TBA

Walton, Robert L.

TBA

TBA

Walton, Robert L.

TTh MW MW TTh TTh TTh TTh TBA MW TBA

WC 112 WC 104 WC 112 WC 112 TBA WC 112 TBA TBA WC 112 WC 113

Bailey, Kenneth P. Moss, Mary L. Bailey, Kenneth P. Bailey, Kenneth P. Bailey, Kenneth P. Bailey, Kenneth P. Bailey, Kenneth P. Bailey, Kenneth P. Bailey, Kenneth P. Bailey, Kenneth P.

SCI 201

O'Leary, Christine

Patient Care Specialist 5624 5626

EMS241 MAT102

Paramedic Cardiology Medical Assisting Theory I Online course.

5625

MAT103

Medical Assisting Theory II

Hybrid; for class information contact karen.walton@wallacestate.edu.

Philosophy Online 5255 PHL106I

Introduction to Philosophy

3

TBA

Online class; for class information visit www.wallacestate.edu/hum.

5233

PHL206I

Ethics and Society

3

TBA

Online class, for class information visit www.wallacestate.edu/hum.

5234

PHL206I

Ethics and Society

3

TBA

Online class, Mini Term II. For class information visit www.wallacestate.edu/hum.

Physical Education Day 5112 5113 5114 5115 5444 5116 5443 5118 5119 5316

PED100 PED101 PED103 PED103 PED103 PED104 PED104 PED109 PED200 PED216

Fundamentals of Fitness Slimnastics (Beginning) Weight Training (Beginning) Weight Training (Beginning) Weight Training (Beginning) Weight Training(Intermediate) Weight Training(Intermediate) Jogging Foundations Physical Education Sports Officiating

3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 3

11:00am-12:15pm 08:00am-09:15am 01:00pm-02:15pm 01:00pm-02:15pm 11:00am-12:15pm 11:00am-12:15pm 01:00pm-02:15pm TBA 08:00am-09:55am TBA

Intro to Physical Science I

4

06:00pm-09:15pm W

Physical Science Evening 5110 PHS111

Hybrid class; Mini Term I. For class information contact christine.oleary@wallacestate.edu.

Summer Semester 2016 Schedule of Classes • Page 27


CRN COURSE COURSE NAME 5111

PHS112

CR

Physical Science II

4

TIME

DAYS

06:00pm-09:15pm W

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR SCI 201

O'Leary, Christine

Hybrid class; Mini Term II. For class information contact christine.oleary@wallacestate.edu.

Physical Therapist Assistant Day 5293

PTA120

Introduction to Kinesiology

3

08:00am-11:00am

TTh

TBH 704

Herfurth, Stefanie B.

2

TBA

TBA

TBA

Adams, Alina S.

Visit http://pta120.wordpress.com for more information.

5294

PTA201

Physical Therapy Asst Seminar

Hybrid; for class information contact alina.adams@wallacestate.edu.

5564

PTA268

Clinical Practicum

5

TBA

TBA

TBA

Smallwood, Laura S.

PHY115

Technical Physics

4

TBA

TBA

SCI 201

O’Leary, Christine

T

BE 120

Staff

TBA

TBA

Atchley, Barbara P.

Physics 5635

Mini Term; for class information contact christine.oleary@wallacestate.edu.

Political Science Day 5593

POL200

Intro to Political Science

3

09:30am-10:55am

Hybrid class; for class information contact emily.johnston@wallacestate.edu.

Psychology Day 5042

PSY106

Career Exploration

1

TBA

For class information contact Barbara Atchley at 256.352.8178 or barbara.atchley@wallacestate.edu or JBC M04.

5059

PSY200

General Psychology

3

10:00am-11:55am

MW

SCI 203.

Brunner, Stacey H

01:00pm-02:55pm TTh

SCI 113

Williamson, Aletta C.

SCI 113 TBH 604 SCI 203

Williamson, Aletta C. Beck, Susan K. Brunner, Stacey H.

Hybrid class; for class information contact stacey.brunner@wallacestate.edu.

5060

PSY200

General Psychology

3

Hybrid class; for class information contact aletta.williamson@wallacestate.edu.

5061 5069 5066

PSY200 PSY207 PSY210

General Psychology Psychology of Adjustment Human Growth & Development

3 3 3

10:00am-11:55am TTh 10:00am-11:55am MW 01:00pm-02:55pm MW

Hybrid class; for class information contact stacey.brunner@wallacestate.edu.

Evening 5062 PSY200 Online 5063 PSY200I

General Psychology

3

05:00pm-08:55pm M

SCI 203

Fincher, Anna G.

General Psychology

3

TBA

TBA

TBA

Williamson, Aletta C.

TBA

TBA

Brunner, Stacey H.

TBA

TBA

Brunner, Stacey H.

TBA

TBA

O'Rear, Susan J.

TBA

TBA

O'Rear, Susan J.

TBA

TBA

Richter, John W.

Online class; for class information contact aletta.williamson@wallacestate.edu.

5064

PSY200I

General Psychology

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact stacey.brunner@wallacestate.edu.

5065

PSY200I

General Psychology

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact stacey.brunner@wallacestate.edu.

5067

PSY210I

Human Growth & Development

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact susan.orear@wallacestate.edu.

5068

PSY210I

Human Growth & Development

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact susan.orear@wallacestate.edu.

Religious Studies Online 5235 REL152I

Survey of the New Testament

3

TBA

Online class; for class information visit www.wallacestate.edu/hum.

Respiratory Therapy Day 5257 5311 5258

RPT231 RPT234 RPT254

Pathology for The RCP II Mechanical Ventilation for RCP Patient Assess Tech for RCP

3 4 2

08:00am-11:00am T 08:00am-11:00am M 11:05am-12:30pm M

TBH 216 TBH 216 TBH 216

Crow, Kenneth C. Taylor, Paul D. Crow, Kenneth C.

3

08:00am-09:50am

COS 000

Flanigan, Sabrina C.

Salon and Spa Management Day 5550

COS111

Introduction to Cosmetology

MT

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CRN COURSE COURSE NAME

CR

TIME

5551 5104 5103 5552 5102

COS112 COS119 COS123 COS125 COS133

Cosmetology Science & Art Lab Business of Cosmetology Cosmetology Salon Practices Career & Personal Dev Salon Management Technology

3 3 3 3 3

5101 5553

COS158 COS168

Employability Skills Bacteriology and Sanitation

3 3

08:00am-04:45pm 08:00am-09:50am 08:00am-02:40pm 09:55am-12:05pm 12:10pm-02:40pm 02:45pm-04:46pm 09:55am-12:05pm 12:10pm-02:40pm

Introduction to Sociology

3

TBA

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

WTh MT WTh MT MT WTh MT MT

COS 000 COS 000 COS 000 COS 000 COS 000 COS 000 COS 000 COS 000

Flanigan, Sabrina C. Smith, Tracy W. Smith, Tracy W. Flanigan, Sabrina C. Smith, Tracy W. Smith, Tracy W. Smith, Tracy W. Flanigan, Sabrina C.

TBA

TBA

O'Rear, Susan J.

TBA

TBA

Askea, Crystal

TBA

TBA

Speeker, Donna K.

TTh TTh MW

WH 100 WH 102 WH 102

Ledbetter, Gayle L. Metcalf, Robert L. Metcalf, Robert L.

Sociology Online 5057 SOC200I

Online class; for class information contact susan.orear@wallacestate.edu.

Spanish Online 5016 SPA101I

Introductory Spanish I

4

TBA

Online class; for class information visit www.wallacestate.edu/eng.

5630

SPA102I

Introductory Spanish II

4

TBA

Online class ; for class information contact donna.speeker@wallacestate.edu

Speech Day 5017 5018 5334 Evening 5019 Online 5020

SPH106 SPH106 SPH106

Fundamentals of Oral Communication Fundamentals of Oral Communication Fundamentals of Oral Communication

3 3 3

08:00am-09:55am 10:00am-11:55am 10:00am-11:55am

SPH106

Fundamentals of Oral Communication

3

05:30pm-09:15pm T

WH 100

Ledbetter, Gayle L.

SPH106I

Fundamentals of Oral Communication

3

TBA

TBA

TBA

Metcalf, Robert L.

TBA

TBA

Metcalf, Robert L.

Online class; for class information visit www.wallacestate.edu/eng

5383

SPH106I

Fundamentals of Oral Communication

3

TBA

Online class; class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/eng.

Tech Communication Evening 5095 COM100

Introductory Tech English I

3

05:00pm-08:30pm Th

JBC 601

Walker, Courtney L.

3

02:30pm-04:55pm T

BE 119

Sides, Kathryn P.

Tech Computer Skills Day 5168

DPT103

Introductory Computer Skill II

Hybrid class or online; for class information contact www.wallacestate.edu/business.

Tech Mathematics Evening 5586 MAH101

Vocational Technical Math I

3

05:00pm-09:15pm Th

JBC 609

Dillashaw, Bobbie R.

Oral Communication Skills

2

05:00pm-07:30pm Th

JBC 610

Pate, Stefany L.

Theater Appreciation

3

TBA

TBA

TBA

Salerno, Anna Lauren C.

TBA

TBA

Henshaw, Robert

TBA

TBA

Henshaw, Robert

Technical Speech Evening 5422 SPC103

Theater Arts Online 5159 THR120I

Online class; for class information contact lauren.salerno@wallacestate.edu.

Transportation Management Online 5546 TRT213I

Freight Loss and Damage

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact robbie.henshaw@adjunct.wallacestate.edu

5547

TRT214I

Import/Export

3

TBA

Online class; for class information contact robbie.henshaw@adjunct.wallacestate.edu

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CRN COURSE COURSE NAME

CR

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

MW TTh MW TTh M T MW TTh W Th M Th F M T MW TTh F W Th

WDT 000 WDT 000 WDT 000 WDT 000 WDT 000 WDT 000 WDT 000 WDT 000 WDT 000 WDT 000 WDT 000 WDT 000 WDT 000 WDT 000 WDT 000 WDT 000 WDT 000 WDT 000 WDT 000 WDT 000

Hammond, James R. Hammond, James R. Hammond, James R. Hammond, James R. Thompson, James A. Thompson, James A. Hammond, James R. Hammond, James R. Thompson, James A. Hammond, James R. Thompson, James A. Thompson, James A. Thompson, James A. Thompson, James A. Thompson, James A. Hammond, James R. Hammond, James R. Thompson, James A. Thompson, James A. Thompson, James A.

WDT 000 WDT 000 WDT 000

Tidwell, Brian Tidwell, Brian Tidwell, Brian

Welding Day 5513 5514 5515 5516 5520 5521 5517 5518 5524 5525 5364 5522 5632 5437 5523 5367 5519 5365 5236 5237 Evening 5582 5583 5370

WDT119 WDT119 WDT124 WDT124 WDT157 WDT157 WDT158 WDT158 WDT167 WDT167 WDT182 WDT182 WDT183 WDT218 WDT218 WDT219 WDT219 WDT221 WDT258 WDT258

Gas Metal ARC/Flux Cored Arc W Gas Metal ARC/Flux Cored Arc W Gas Metal ARC/Flux Cored Lab Gas Metal ARC/Flux Cored Lab Consumable Welding Processes Consumable Welding Processes Consumable Weld Proc Lab Consumable Weld Proc Lab FLUX Core ARC Welding Lab FLUX Core ARC Welding Lab ST-GMAW Pipe Lab ST GMAW Pipe Lab ST Introduction to Blueprint Reading Certification Certification Welding Inspection and Testing Welding Inspection and Testing Pipefitting & Fabrication Certification Lab Certification Lab

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

12:00pm-02:30pm 12:00pm-02:30pm 07:45am-11:15am 07:45am-11:15am 07:45am-02:15pm 07:45am-02:15pm 07:45am-11:15am 07:45am-11:15am 07:45am-03:15pm 07:45am-03:15pm 07:45am-02:15pm 07:45am-02:15pm 08:00am-11:15am 07:45am-02:15pm 07:45am-02:15pm 12:00pm-02:00pm 12:00pm-02:00pm 07:50am-02:15pm 07:45am-03:15pm 07:45am-03:15pm

WDT120 WDT125 WDT258

Shielded Metal Arc Welding Gro Shielded Metal ARC Welding Lab Certification Lab

3 3 3

05:14pm-06:44pm MTW 06:45pm-09:15pm MTW 05:30pm-08:00pm MTW

Mini Term I (May 26-June 24) Oneonta Campus

English Day 5567

ENG092

Basic English I

3

08:00am-11:50am TTh

ONE 104

Staff

3

01:00pm-04:50pm MW

ONE 102

Smith, Cynthia W.

3

08:00am-11:50am MW

ONE 104

Doss, Angela P.

ONE 104

Arnold, Melissa P.

Mini Term I.

5569

ENG101

English Composition I Mini Term I.

Mathematics Day 5482

MTH090

Basic Mathematics

Mini Term I; Web assisted; for class information contact angela.doss@wallacestate.edu.

5480

MTH098

Elementary Algebra

3

01:00pm-04:50pm TTh

Mini Term I.

Main Campus

Automotive Technology Day 5248

AUM212

Adv Elect/Elect Systems

3

TBA

TBA

AUM 000

Burgett, Stephen D.

3

TBA

TBA

TBA

Morris, Karen L.

Mini Term I; Class meets May 26-June 24.

English Online 5015 ENG271I

World Literature I

.

Mini term I; online class; class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/eng.

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CRN COURSE COURSE NAME

CR

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

Physical Science Evening 5110 PHS111

Intro to Physical Science I

4

06:00pm-09:15pm W

SCI 201

O'Leary, Christine

Hybrid class; Mini Term I. For class information contact christine.oleary@wallacestate.edu.

Mini Term II (June 28-August 5) Oneonta Campus

English Day 5568

ENG093

Basic English II

3

08:00am-11:50am TTh

ONE 105

Staff

3

01:00pm-04:50pm MW

TBA

Smith, Cynthia W.

ONE 104

Doss, Angela P.

ONE 104

Arnold, Melissa P.

AUM 000

Burgett, Stephen D.

Mini Term II.

5570

ENG102

English Composition II

Mini Term II; for class information contact cynthia.smith@wallacestate.edu.

Mathematics Day 5481

MTH098

Elementary Algebra

3

08:00am-11:50am MW

Mini Term II; Web assisted; for class information contact angela.doss@wallacestate.edu.

5479

MTH100

Intermediate College Algebra

3

01:00pm-04:50pm TTh

Mini Term II.

Main Campus

Automotive Technology Day 5249

AUM182

ST-Auto Transmission Diagnosis

2

TBA

TBA

Mini Term II; for class information contact stephen.burgett@wallacestate.edu; Mandatory orientation May 26.

Dental Hygiene Day 5315

DHY222

Special Topics in Dentistry

1

TBA

TBA

HS 208

Ebert, Barbara A.

2

TBA

TBA

TBH 303

Sutherland, April C.

TBA

TBA

Morris, Karen L.

TBA

TBA

Walton, Robert L.

SCI 201

O'Leary, Christine

TBA

Smallwood, Laura S.

Diagnostic Medical Sonography Day 5274

DMS215

Intro to Sono Prin & Instrumen

Mini Term II hybrid; for class information contact april.sutherland@wallacestate.edu.

English Online 5472 ENG272I

World Literature II

3

TBA

Mini Term II; online class. For class information contact karen.morris@wallacestate.edu.

Philosophy Online 5234 PHL206I

Ethics and Society

3

TBA

Online class, Mini Term II. For class information visit www.wallacestate.edu/hum.

Physical Science Evening 5111 PHS112

Physical Science II

4

06:00pm-09:15pm W

Hybrid class; Mini Term II. For class information contact christine.oleary@wallacestate.edu.

Physical Therapist Assistant Day 5564

PTA268

Clinical Practicum

5

TBA

TBA

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CONTINUING EDUCATION ACADEMIC PREP ACT PREP COURSE Online course, six weeks, for dates go to www.ed2go.com /wscc-wfd CULINARY FUNDAMENTALS OF CAKE DECORATING (Course I) Discover how easy and rewarding it is to decorate wonderful cakes and other desserts in this 8-hour course. You will learn all of the decorating techniques needed to create great looking cakes for birthdays or any occasion. Topics include the basics of making and coloring icing, preparing cakes, decorating techniques using appropriate tools (including the most popular border), and making a rose for a gorgeous floral cake. Supply list will be provided at first class session. Bring paper and pen for notes. Date: Tuesdays, June 7 - 28, 5-7 p.m. (4 classes) Location: Bailey Center 12th Floor Fee: $35 CAKE DECORATING - Flowers and Borders (Course II) Prerequisite: Fundamentals of Cake Decorating Build on your skills taught in Course I to master many dramatic techniques to make your cakes unforgettable. You will learn to make new borders, to give your cakes incredible dimension with the addition of bold color flow decorations, and to create lovely new flowers using Royal icing. For the grand finale, you will make and impressive flower basket cake using the interwoven basket-weave technique. Supply list will be provided upon registration. Date: Tuesdays, July 12 – Aug. 2, 5-7 p.m. (4 classes) Location: Bailey Center 12th floor Fee: $35 DANCE BALLROOM DANCING This is a beginning level Ballroom Dance class for those who want to develop and/or improve their social dance skills. The instructor will provide instructions for steps, patterns and proper techniques, including ballroom dance floor etiquette. Three to five dances will be taught depending on class make-up and progress. Course 1: Tuesdays, May 10 – June 14, 7-8 p.m. Course 2: Tuesdays, June 21 – July 26, 7-8 p.m. Course 3: Tuesdays, Aug. 9 – Sept. 13, 7-8 p.m. Location: Burrow Choreography Room Fee: $30 ADVANCED BALLROOM DANCING Built upon the basic course, this class is for students who know the basics and want to expand their knowledge. This course will add one or two new steps each lesson plus polishing what they already know. Course 1: Tuesdays, May 10 – June 14, 6-7 p.m. Course 2: Tuesdays, June 21 – July 26, 6-7 p.m. Course 3: Tuesdays, Aug. 9 – Sept. 13, 6-7 p.m. Location: Burrow Choreography Room Fee: $30 HEALTH AND WELLNESS WELLNESS CENTER USE FOR SENIORS (55 and older) Registration to this course provides use of the Wellness Center for the Summer Semester. For senior citizens ages 55 and older. Fee: $25

WELLNESS CENTER USE FOR THE COMMUNITY Registration to this course provides use of the Wellness Center for the Summer Semester. Fee: $50 LANGUAGE CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH This introductory course will allow you to use the Spanish language in everyday situations including meeting and greeting people, using basic vocabulary for directions, dining, emergency situations and more. Book required. Date: Thursdays, June 2-23 Time: 6-8 p.m. Location: James C. Bailey Center, Room 911 Fee: $89 PHOTOGRAPHY INTRO TO DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY This course is for the beginner. Time will be spent exploring the camera body (bring instruction booklet) Subjects covered are ISO, aperture, shutter speeds, manual operation, composition, lighting, and image and creative dials. Instructor: Theresa Burns Date: Tuesdays, May 31 – July 5, 6-8 p.m. Location: Burrow 2nd floor Fee: $75 ADVANCED DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY Pre-requisite: Intro to Digital Photography or instructor permission. This course will explore the computer of the camera. Subjects covered: Exposure compensation, computer menu, histograms, lenses, metering modes, pixels and files, elements of design. Also, capturing the best image, importing images into the computer, editing the image, sharing the image, and organizing and storing images. Instructor: Theresa Burns Date: Tuesdays, July 26 – Aug. 30, 6-8 p.m. Location: Burrow 2nd floor Fee: $75 SPECIAL INTEREST INTRODUCTION TO GENEALOGY Find your ancestors! Come discover your past! Learn how to trace your family history and discover where and maybe even how they lived. Find out how to search for information online and from free and not-so-free databases, the census, journals, message boards, libraries, courthouses, and military archives. Date: Wednesday & Thursday, June 8 & 9, 5-8 p.m. Location: Basement of WSCC Library Fee: $30 GENEALOGY AND THE COMPUTER Unlock the secrets to your past as you search the internet for your ancestors. Learn how to navigate the many avenues on your road to discovery. Gather information on which sites are reputable and which sites to avoid. Both free and subscription with some basic computer secrets useful in any research Date: Wednesday & Thursday, June 22 & 23, 5-8 p.m. Location: Basement of WSCC Library Fee: $30

Register by calling 256.352.7826 or emailing mandi.perkins@wallacestate.edu. Registration should be made at least three days prior to the first day of class. Continuing Education policies are found at www.wallacestate.edu/ce. Summer Semester 2016 Schedule of Classes • Page 32


CONTINUING EDUCATION ADVANCED GENEALOGY AND BOOK PUBLISHING There’s no limit to what you can discover about your ancestors! This class will give you the basics of book publishing with some tips on research sources that will make your ancestors more than just vital statistics and how to overcome your last road blocks. Learn how to publish your findings for others to enjoy. Date: Wednesday & Thursday, July 6 & 7, 5-8 p.m. Location: Basement of WSCC Library Fee: $30 GENEALOGY / CIVIL WAR RESEARCH There’s no limit to what you can discover about your ancestors! This class will take you to the next level as you continue your discovery into your ancestor’s lives through the Civil War! Date: Wednesday & Thursday, July 20 & 21, 5-8 p.m. Location: Basement of WSCC Library Fee: $30 SOUTHERN GENEALOGY The adventure starts here! As you investigate your past learn the many different methods to access information. Each state categorizes their material in different ways so get a road map to help you along your path. Virginia to Alabama will be covered. Date: Wednesday & Thursday, July 27 & 28, 5-8 p.m. Location: Basement of WSCC Library Fee: $30 COMPUTERS FOR LIFELONG LEARNERS This course is for the beginner and is designed to introduce you to the computer. Basic functions of Microsoft Windows will be covered along with adjusting personal computer settings. You will also be introduced to the Internet and Email. The instructor is skilled at teaching those with little or no experience with computers. Class is limited to 12 students. Date: June 28-30 , 1:30-4:30 p.m. Location: Computer Science Lab 10 Fee: $30

ADVANCED COMPUTERS FOR LIFELONG LEARNERS Building on the previous course, students will now learn more about the Internet and how to send emails with attachments. Microsoft Word will be covered as well. Class is limited to 12 students. Date: July 12-14 , 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Location: Computer Science Lab 10 Fee: $30 WELLNESS CENTER USE FOR SENIORS (55 and older) Registration to this course provides use of the Wellness Center for the Summer Semester. For senior citizens ages 55 and older. Fee: $25 HOME DECORATING SEWING Learn to create decorative pillows, table runners, and more to enhance the beauty of your home. Students may use their own fabric. Taught by Karan Smith, Upholstery Instructor. Date: Wednesdays, May 25 – July 6, 3-5 p.m. Location: Upholstery Department. Fee: $55 DEFENSIVE DRIVING GOT A TICKET? Classes are available each month for those interested in meeting the requirements of the courts. Dates are available by calling 256.352.7826 May 2, 5:30-9:30 p.m. July 11, 5:30-9:30 p.m. Aug. 1, 5:30-9:30 p.m. Location: Bailey Center 9th Floor Room 911 Fee: $35 NEW UPHOLSTERY COURSES COMING IN FALL 2016 Learn to cover furniture, boats and car seats or just learn to decorate your home with beautiful fabrics.

SHORT-TERM HEALTH PROGRAMS PHLEBOTOMY TECHNICIAN 7-week program This course is designed to train individuals to collect quality blood samples properly from patients and interact with health care personnel. Clinical externships will be coordinated after class completion. Fee: $1,587.50 plus $11.50 insurance fee (includes textbook and exam fee). WIA approved Location: Tom Bevill Health Building Room 506 Class Schedule: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5:30-8:30 p.m. Call for class dates 256.352.7826 CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT 10-week program Certified nursing assistants (CNA) work at the direction of nurses to provide basic patient care and play a critical role in successful health care by extending the capability of nurses and doctors to provide better patient care. CNA classes will train individuals to assess patient needs, to interact effectively with the patient, and to make observations regarding a patient’s condition and state of mind. The 26-hour clinical rotation will be on the three Saturdays at the end of the program.

Fee: $790 plus $15 insurance fee (includes textbook and exam fee). WIA approved Location: Nursing Building, Room 202 Class Schedule: Mondays and Wednesdays, 5-9 p.m. Call for next class date, 256.352.7826 CPR-HEALTHCARE PROVIDER Thursday, May 26, 5:30-8:30 p.m., Bevill 615 Tuesday, June 7, 5:30-8:30 p.m., Bevill 615 Thursday, June 23, 5:30-8:30 p.m., Bevill 615 Tuesday, July 5, 5:30-8:30 p.m., Bevill 615 Thursday, July 21, 5:30-8:30 p.m., Bevill 615 Tuesday, August 2, 5:30-8:30 p.m., Bevill 615 Thursday, August 18, 5:30-8:30 p.m., Bevill 615 Fee: $50

Register by calling 256.352.7826 or emailing mandi.perkins@wallacestate.edu. Registration should be made at least three days prior to the first day of class. Continuing Education policies are found at www.wallacestate.edu/ce. Summer Semester 2016 Schedule of Classes • Page 33


SHORT-TERM HEALTH PROGRAMS Online Short-term Health Courses NEW – Online E-Learning Healthcare Courses! The following courses are available anytime! • EKG Technician / Student Tuition: $1,299 • Phlebotomy Technician / Student Tuition: $1,299 • Dialysis Technician / Student Tuition: $1,299

Note: ask us about national or state certification and clinical externship opportunities through these courses! Visit us online at www.healthedtoday.com/wallacestatecc to experience a Course Demo and to learn more about these exciting new programs! For additional information, please contact Wallace State Community College at 256.352.7826

TRAINING FOR BUSINESS & INDUSTRY CDL TRAINING Commercial Truck Driver Class A four week instructional program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to drive trucks and buses, delivery vehicles, for-hire vehicles, and other commercial vehicles. Schedule: Monday – Thursday. Call for dates Fee: $2,500 testing fee and $4 liability insurance fee. WIA approved (Financial assistance available through the Career Center) Location: Diesel Mechanics Call for available class dates. 256.352.7826 SHORT-TERM WELDING This 225-hour course provides basic instruction in oxy-fuel cutting (torch cutting) and the student’s choice of shielded metal arc welding (stick welding), MIG wire welding process or TIG process. Schedule: Monday – Wednesday, 5:30-9:30 p.m. (enroll at any time) Fee: $2,000, WIA approved (Financial assistance available through the Career Center) Location: Welding Department Call for available class dates. 256.352.7826 SERVSAFE TEST-PREP & CERTIFICATION COURSE Wallace State Training for Business and Industry presents this training with Donna Dunn Participants will gain valuable knowledge in the following areas: sanitation, the flow of food, purchasing and receiving, storing foods, safety, food preparation, facilities and equipment, regulatory agencies and inspection, and crisis management. The program is designed specifically for food-handling employees of restaurants, hospitals, nursing homes, schools, daycares, and other food service professionals. The intensive 8-hour courses are conducted in two consecutive sessions, ending with the certification exam (must attend both classes to test). Dates: Course 1: June 20, 21 & 27, 5-9 p.m. Course 2: Aug. 8, 9 & 15, 5-9 p.m. Fee: $150 (includes textbooks & certification exam) Location: Bailey Center Room 911

Get on the road toward earning one of the nation’s most in-demand jobs.

CDL DRIVER TRAINING 4-Week Day Program or Evening/Weekend Program For more information, go to or call 256.352.7826 for program information.

BUSINESS, COMPUTER & ACCOUNTING

GRANT WRITING (Online)

INTRODUCTION TO SQL (Online)

CREATING WEBPAGES (Online)

INTRODUCTION TO MICROSOF EXCEL 2007, 2013 OR 2013 (Online)

START YOUR OWN BUSINESS (Online)

AND MORE!

ACCOUNTING FUNDAMENTALS (Online)

Online course, six weeks, for dates go to www.ed2go.com /wscc-wfd

Register by calling 256.352.7826 or emailing mandi.perkins@wallacestate.edu. Registration should be made at least three days prior to the first day of class. Continuing Education policies are found at www.wallacestate.edu/ce. Summer Semester 2016 Schedule of Classes • Page 34


LIFELONG LEARNING Courses for leaners 55 and older. Only $30 INTRODUCTION TO GENEALOGY Find your ancestors! Come discover your past! Learn how to trace your family history and discover where and maybe even how they lived. Find out how to search for information online and from free and not-so-free databases, the census, journals, message boards, libraries, courthouses, and military archives. Date: Wednesday & Thursday, June 8 & 9 Time: 5-8 p.m. Location: Basement of WSCC Library Fee: $30 GENEALOGY AND THE COMPUTER Unlock the secrets to your past as you search the internet for your ancestors. Learn how to navigate the many avenues on your road to discovery. Gather information on which sites are reputable and which sites to avoid. Both free and subscription with some basic computer secrets useful in any research Date: Wednesday & Thursday, June 22 & 23 Time: 5-8 p.m. Location: Basement of WSCC Library Fee: $30 ADVANCED GENEALOGY AND BOOK PUBLISHING There’s no limit to what you can discover about your ancestors! This class will give you the basics of book publishing with some tips on research sources that will make your ancestors more than just vital statistics and how to overcome your last road blocks. Learn how to publish your findings for others to enjoy. Date: Wednesday & Thursday, July 6 & 7 Time: 5-8p.m. Location: Basement of WSCC Library Fee: $30 SOUTHERN GENEALOGY The adventure starts here! As you investigate your past learn the many different methods to access information. Each state categorizes their material in different ways so get a road map to help you along your path. Virginia to Alabama will be covered. Date: Wednesday & Thursday, July 27 & 28 Time: 5-8 p.m. Location: Basement of WSCC Library Fee: $30 GENEALOGY / CIVIL WAR RESEARCH There’s no limit to what you can discover about your ancestors! This class will take you to the next level as you continue your discovery into your ancestor’s lives through the Civil War! Date: Wednesday & Thursday, July 20 & 21 Time: 5-8 p.m. Location: Basement of WSCC Library Fee: $30 COMPUTERS FOR LIFELONG LEARNERS This course is for the beginner and is designed to introduce you to the computer. Basic functions of Microsoft Windows will be covered along with adjusting personal computer settings. You will also be introduced to the Internet and Email. The instructor is skilled at teaching those with little or no experience with computers. Class is limited to 12 students. Date: June 28, 29, 30 Time: 1:30-4:30 p.m. Location: Computer Science Lab 10 Fee: $30

ADVANCED COMPUTERS FOR LIFELONG LEARNERS Building on the previous course, students will now learn more about the Internet and how to send emails with attachments. Microsoft Word will be covered as well. Class is limited to 12 students. Fee: Date: July 12, 13, 14 Time: 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Location: Computer Science Lab 10 Fee: $30 FACEBOOK FOR LIFELONG LEARNERS In this cutting edge course for seniors, we’ll learn to navigate the social community of Facebook. We will create a Facebook account, learn how to locate friends and family members, how to use the news feed and upload pictures. A good working knowledge of computers is required for this class. Class is limited to 8 students. Date: July 12, 13, 14 Time: 8:30-10:30 a.m. Location: Computer Science Lab 10 Fee: $30 SMARTPHONE, TABLETS AND DIGITAL MEDIA FOR LIFELONG LEARNERS The goal of this class is to help our fellow seniors get a better understanding of today’s technology. We eliminate all the confusion that smart phone presents today. You will learn how to easily operate your phone and better utilize all features. This is a hands-on class, so please bring your phone. Date: June 28, 29, 30 Time: 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Location: Computer Science Lab 10 Fee: $30 MICROSOFT OFFICE FOR LIFELONG LEARNERS Come and learn to use the most widely accepted programs in the business world today. Whether you are looking to gain some new job skills or simply have an interest in learning, you don’t want to miss this informative course where we’ll learn to use Microsoft Word, Excel and Power Point. A good working knowledge of computers and email is required for this course. Date: June 28-30 Time: 8:30-10:30 a.m. Location: Computer Science Lab 10 Fee: $30 WELLNESS CENTER USE FOR LIFELONG LEARNERS (55 and older) Registration to this course provides use of the Wellness Center for the Summer Semester. For senior citizens ages 55 and older. Fee: $25

Do you have knowledge to share or would you like to become a volunteer? We are seeking individuals who would like to volunteer to teach and be involved in our community. If you have knowledge in a certain subject area contact us. Businesses may wish to share what they offer to our dynamic group of lifelong learners. Call (256)3528172 for details.

Register by calling 256.352.7826 or emailing mandi.perkins@wallacestate.edu. Registration should be made at least three days prior to the first day of class. Continuing Education policies are found at www.wallacestate.edu/ce. Summer Semester 2016 Schedule of Classes • Page 35


NON-CREDIT ONLINE CAREER TRAINING Discover why millions of students are making the switch to online learning. With online courses, you can study at your convenience in your preferred environment. Our courses and programs are highly engaged and relevant and our instructors are interactive and support you through the curriculum. Choose from our growing catalog of instructor-led courses designed to teach you a new skill or refresh a current one or our Career Programs geared to place you into a new career in an in-demand field. Health CompTIA™ A+ Certification Training CompTIA™ Network+ Certification Training Certified National Pharmaceutical Representative CompTIA™ Security+ Certification Training Certified Personal Trainer Forensic Computer Examiner CompTIA™ Healthcare IT Technician Help Desk Analyst: Tier 1 Support Specialist Optician Certification Training iPhone/ iPad (iOS) Application Developer Personal Fitness Trainer Mobile and Desktop Web Developer Physical Therapy Aide Mobile Web Developer Veterinary Assistant Paid Search Professional with OMCP® Certification Pay Per Click Marketing Search Engine Marketing Media and Design Search Engine Optimization Search Marketing Professional with OMCP® Certification 3ds max Social Media and Mobile Marketing Professional with OMCP® CertifiCertified Residential Interior Designer cation Digital Arts Certificate Systems Security Certified Practitioner (SSCP) Training Graphic Design with Photoshop CS5 Training Marketing Design Certificate To see more courses or to register go to http://careertraining.ed2go. Multimedia Arts Certificate com/wallacestate/ Video Game Design and Development Web Applications Developer Web Design Professional Webmaster

Earn a degree ONLINE Wallace State Community College offers both Associate in Science and Associate in Arts degrees that can be completed 100% online.

Business Event Management and Design Freight Broker/Agent Training Certified Wedding Planner Food and Customer Service Skills Training Preston Bailey’s Fundamentals of Floral Design Preston Bailey’s Signature Wedding & Event Design Retail Customer Service Skills Training Entrepreneurship: Start-Up and Business Owner Management Fitness Business Management Grant Writing Lean Mastery Legal Secretary Microsoft Excel 2007 Microsoft Excel 2010 Certification Training Microsoft Office 2010 Master Certification Training Microsoft Outlook 2007 Microsoft Outlook 2010 Certification Training Microsoft Word 2010 Certification Training Microsoft Word 2013 Certification Training Professional Bookkeeping with QuickBooks 2013, Software Included Project Management Purchasing and Supply Chain Management IT & Software Development Android Application Developer AutoCAD Cisco® CCNA® Certification Training

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The following degrees are available 100% online: • Associate in Arts (Liberal Arts) • Associate in Science (General Studies) Associate in Science Degree Associate in Arts Degree • Business Education & Office Management Year One Year One • Semester Child Development 1 Semester 2 Semester 1 Semester 2 ORI 101I 1 hr ENG 102I 3 hrs ORI 101I 1 hr ENG 102I - 3 hrs • Computer Science ENG 101I - 3 hrs PHL206I - 3 hrs ENG 101I - 3 hrs PHL106I - 3 hrs • MTHHealth Technology/Medical 100I - 3 hrs Information HIS 201I - 3 hrs CIS 146I - 3 hrs HIS 201I - 3Coding hrs GLY 101I - 4 hrs MTH 112I - 3 hrs HUM 101I - 3 hrs MTH 112I - 3 hrs • PSYOffice & Supervision 200I - 3 hrs Management GLY 102I - 4 hrs PSY 200I - 3 hrs ART 100I - 3 hrs (Other online classes may be substituted - visit www.wallacestate.edu/online or check with an advisor.)

(Other online classes may be substituted - visit www.wallacestate.edu/online or check with an advisor.)

TOTAL 14 hrs

Total 16 hours

TOTAL 13 hours

Total 15 hours

CIS 146I - 3 hrs MUS 101I - 3 hrs CHM 104I - 4 hrs ENG 251I - 3 hrs HIS 202I - 3 hrs TOTAL 16 hours

ENG 252I - 3 hrs SOC 200I - 3 hrs CHM 105I - 4 hrs AST 220I - 4 hrs

ENG 251I - 3 hrs PHL 206I - 3 hrs GLY 101I - 4 hrs MUS 101I - 3 hrs HIS 202I - 3 hrs TOTAL 16 hours

ENG 252I - 3 hrs GLY 102I - 4 hrs ENG 246I - 3 hrs SOC 200I - 3 hrs THR 120I - 3 hrs TOTAL 16 hours

(Pharmacy Tech and Polysomnography Year degrees are available Year Two Two Semesterlimited 3 Semester 4 Semester 3 Semester 4 online, with campus visit requirements.)

TOTAL 14 hours

Total Hours for Associate in Science Degree: 60

Total Hours for Associate in Arts Degree: 60

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Register by calling 256.352.7826 or emailing mandi.perkins@wallacestate.edu. Registration should be made at least three days prior to the first day of class. Continuing Education policies are found at www.wallacestate.edu/ce. Summer Semester 2016 Schedule of Classes • Page 36


Camp Wallace Summer Day Camp will be held June 20-22 from 8 a.m. to noon, with programs for children in grades K-7. Camp for grades K-5 will be held Monday and Tuesday, June 20-21. Camp for grades 6-7 will be held on Wednesday, June 22. Cost is $15 per class, or $60 for entire camp per age group (6 classes). A brochure is available online at www.wallacestate.edu/ce. To register call 256.352.7826. Additional Athletic Camps are also available for Middle School, Junior Varsity, and Varsity players. PARTY LIKE A PRINCESS This is your royal invitation to “Party like a Princess.” If you are a modern Cinderella with a wish to wear your princess outfit to a tea party then this is the class for you! Enjoy cookies and tea as you create enchanting crafts with a princess theme and learn how to use makeup to show off your pretty princess face! Students will make a princess tutu, magic wish wand, fairy dust, and a “Pretty as a Princess” picture frame. So don’t be a reluctant royal, join us! Basic manners will be introduced. (K-2) GOING BACK IN TIME We don’t have a time machine, but we will “go back” to one or more time periods of history; learning about their culture, customs, clothing, food, housing, amusements, etc. We may learn a dance from the time period, also! (Grades 3-5, 6-7) WATERCOLOR ART Create a beautiful watercolor art work. Receive an introduction to painting with watercolors as you learn various techniques and develop a basic understanding of paper, brushes, paint and tools. (Grades 6-7) DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY Come learn how to make the most of both your technical skills and artistic imagination. Spend time with a professional photographer and make friends with other young people who are passionate about creative expression. This class will cover the possibilities for a digital camera and will include a walking safari to shoot photos on the campus of Wallace State. (Grades 3-5, 6-7) WILD ABOUT ART A class packed with oodles of creative adventures; charcoal drawings, acrylic painting, sculpting using recyclables…all designed to enhance your creativity. (Grades 3-5, 6-7) JR. MEDIC Students will experience the excitement of being a rescue professional. You will tour an ambulance and learn what to do in a real emergency. You will also learn what a rescue professional does to help others. (Grades K-2, 3-5, 6-7) GIRLS AND GUYS ON BROADWAY This class is an exciting and fast-paced musical week. Learn to sing and dance and “show-off” for family and friends. (Grades 3-5, 6-7) CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION Join our forensics team and learn how fingerprints, hair, fibers and shoe prints can be used to solve a case. As seen on TV, this is an exciting field with great career opportunities. (Grades 3-5, 6-7) CREATE WITH ART! We all have some creativity in us just waiting to be explored. Students will be provided with a variety of art and craft materials in order to

demonstrate their creative skills. You will learn how others show creativity in different ways and that they, too, can be creative at expressing themselves through their arts and crafts creations. (Grades K-2) BUILDER’S CHOICE Building is fun. We all love to build things but what can you build with only drinking straws and tape? A lot! Students’ creative skills will be challenged with this class as they will have the opportunity to really explore their creativity with building something great! How tall can you build a tower? Can you build a strong bridge? What else can you make? The sky is the limit but there is another trick to this task. Come tackle a new challenge and build your way to fun! (Grades 3-5) TOTALLY TERRIFIC TALES Reading great stories is fun for every age. Sharing a book helps to reinforce a lifelong love of reading and learning. Through the joy of reading, young readers will learn and practice some important literacy skills. We will expand our vocabulary, exercise our imagination, and explore through reading some fantastic stories children will love! (Grades K-2) ANIMAL GENIUS From the soft and cuddly, to the creepy and untamed, join the exploration of animal life and ecology. Through hands-on activities, we’ll learn about the habits of animals, their life cycles, place in the food chain and their daily way of life. (Grades K-2, 3-5) PLANTING SEEDS Experience summer gardening. The activities blend learning, doing, and of course fun! Gardening topics will include garden preparation and planting, tool safety, weeding, watering, plant types and harvesting. Along the way, we will study insects and pollinators, take a nature hike and learn about water cycles. You will also explore the farms natural habitats, wildlife and ecology to understand the environmental context of the farm. (Grades K-2, 3-5) EXPLORE MUSIC Come explore music. Students will discover the joy of music through their natural curiosity. Using instruments, creative play, movement, dance, songs, group performance and more, students will gain experience with all of the fundamentals of music. No musical experience necessary! (Grades K-2, 3-5) A LITTLE COOKING Cooking is a fun way for kids to flex their creative muscles, spend time working in peer groups, and best of all: this is great way to introduce them to the joy of cooking and baking! You will decorate your own chef hat and as the entrée is cooking, you will have time to decorate your place mat and chat with friends. You will eat the food that you prepare and receive printed recipes of everything you make. Students will get to learn by doing, and are encouraged to explore their imagination and creativity while learning basic cooking skills and safety in the kitchen. (Grades K-2, 3-5)

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Camp Wallace cont’d

ATHLETIC CAMPS BASKETBALL CAMPS The Wallace State Basketball Academy offers camp sessions for boys and girls ages 5-17, with three-day and five-day sessions offered. Each camp lasts 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., each day, with a half day on the last day of camp. Early drop off is at 8 a.m. and late pick-up is a 5 p.m. All camps are held in the Tom Drake Coliseum and Wellness Center. Students are grouped by age and will learn the fundamentals of basketball, including footwork and teamwork. Half-day and full-day camps are offered for each session. Half-day sessions are from 9 a.m. to noon and full-day sessions are from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and include lunch. Contact John Meeks at 256.352.8365 or john.meeks@wallacestate. edu. Three Day Session 1 Dates: June 27-29 Cost: $40 half-day; $75 full-day Three Day Session 2 Dates: July 28-20 Cost: $40 half-day; $75 full-day

Preparing for the ACT Test: Math and Science Reasoning Thursday, June 16th Noon— 2:30 pm

This workshop will assist you in learning strategies to improve your test-taking approach and will provide tips for the math and science reasoning components of the test. Preparing for the test, what to expect on test day, practice exercises, test-taking time management and ways to make a “best guess” will be included in the session. An optional workbook and practice DVD, Cracking the ACT from the Princeton Review, is available for purchase at a discounted price. This workbook covers all areas of the ACT Test for practice test-taking and review. Workshop only: $35 Workshop and workbook: $55

Preparing for the ACT Test: English and Reading

Five Day Session 1 Dates: June 20-24 Cost: $75 half-day; $130 full-day Five Day Session 2 Dates: July 18-22 Cost: $75 half-day; $130 full-day Five Day Session 3 Dates: August 1-5 Cost: $75 half-day; $130 full-day VOLLEYBALL CAMPS Team and individual camps will be offered throughout July. The schedule includes: Team Camp I (Varsity-JV) Dates: July 7-8 Cost: $300 per team

Thursday, June 16th 3—6:30 pm This workshop will assist you in learning strategies to improve your test-taking approach and will provide tips for the English and reading components of the test. Preparing for the test, what to expect on test day, practice exercises, test-taking time management and ways to make a “best guess” will be included in the session. An optional workbook and practice DVD, Cracking the ACT from the Princeton Review, is available for purchase at a discounted price. This workbook covers all areas of the ACT Test for practice test-taking and review. Workshop only: $35 Workshop and workbook: $55

Alumni Sponsored Travel The Pacific Northwest June 17—24

Individual Camp Dates: July 11-12, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day Cost: $100 per player

Civil War Trail September 10—18

Middle School Team Camp Dates: July 13-15 Cost: $400 per team

For more information

Team Camp II (Varsity-JV) Dates: July 25-27 Cost: $400 per team Visit the Volleyball page on athletics.wallacestate.edu and download a form or contact Randy Daniel at 256.352.8351 or randy. daniel@wallacestate.edu.

www.wsccalumni.org LaDonna Allen 256.352.8071 Ladonna.allen@wallacestate.edu

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Business Fast Path Program

Education Classes

Helen.Crider@athens.edu

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Building Codes BUILDING...........................................................................CODE....MAP #

BUILDING...........................................................................CODE....MAP #

AGRICULTURE/FORESTRY.............................................AGP.............. 28

VOCATIONAL EDUCATION...............................................VE................ 14

AUTO BODY REPAIR.........................................................ABR.............. 22

HVAC...................................................................................ASC.............. 14

AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNOLOGY........................AUM............. 22

LIBRARY..............................................................................LIB................ 19

BAILEY CENTER................................................................JBC................ 1

MATH...................................................................................HGA............. 10

BANQUET HALL/CULINARY ARTS .................................CUA.............. 11

MACHINE TOOL TECHNOLOGY......................................MTT.............. 25

BASEBALL STADIUM/CLASSROOM................................BBS.............. 20

SCHOOL OF NURSING & CENTER FOR SCIENCE.......CNS............. 15

BURROW CTR FOR FINE & PERFORMING ARTS........FPA................. 5

PHYSICS/SCIENCE...........................................................SCI............... 13

BUSINESS EDUCATION....................................................BE................ 16

POULTRY DIAGNOSTICS LAB.........................................PDL.............. 26

CHEMISTRY.......................................................................CHM............. 13

SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES................................SBS.............. 13

COMPUTER SCIENCE......................................................CS.................. 8

STUDENT CENTER...........................................................STC.............. 17

COSMETOLOGY................................................................COS............. 14

TOM BEVILL HEALTH EDUCATION ................................TBH................ 4

DRAFTING..........................................................................DDT................ 9

UPHOLSTERY....................................................................UPH............. 14

DRAKE COLISEUM............................................................COL.............. 30

WELDING............................................................................WDT............. 27

DIESEL MECHANICS.........................................................DEM............. 27

WELLNESS CENTER.........................................................WC............... 31

CTR FOR ECONOMIC & WORKFORCE DEVEL............AVC.............. 21

WILSON HALL, ENGLISH..................................................WH................. 7

ELECTRONICS...................................................................ILT.................. 9 GENERAL STUDIES..........................................................GS................ 12 HEALTH SCIENCE.............................................................HS.................. 6

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