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Academic Calendar April Summer LIONS’ Pride Orientation............................... 9:00 a.m.........................................................Thursday, April 19

May Early Online Registration...................................www.wallacestate.edu..................................................Monday, May 7 Planning and Assessment/Faculty Duty Days............................................................Tuesday, May 8 – Monday, May 14 Summer Grades Due .........................................................................................................................Wednesday, May 9 Graduation ..................................................................................................................................................Friday, May 11 On-site Registration Begins ....................................................................................................................Monday, May 14 Interim Term Begins.................................................................................................................................Tuesday, May 15 Late Registration Drop/Add (Interim Term)..............................................................................................Tuesday, May 15 Registration Day (Regular, Mini I) .....................................................................................................Wednesday, May 23 Tuition and Fees due by 6:00 p.m............................Cashier’s Office................................................Wednesday, May 23 Selected ORI 101 and 103 Classes Begin.........................................................................................Thursday, May 24 Late Registration Drop/Add Begins (Regular, Mini I).............................................................................Thursday, May 24 Tuition and Fees Due by 2:00 p.m. .........................Cashier’s Office.........................................................Friday, May 25 End of Interim Term ...............................................................................................................................Saturday, May 26 Memorial Day ...........................................................WSCC Closed.......................................................Monday, May 28 All Other Classes Begin (Regular, Mini I)...........................................................................................Tuesday, May 29 Late Registration Drop/Add Ends (Regular, Mini I) .................................................................................Tuesday, May 29 Tuition and Fees due by 6:00 p.m. ..........................Cashier’s Office....................................................Tuesday, May 29

June GAP Program Begins............................................................................................................................Monday, June 18 Last day to withdraw from Mini Term I.................................................................................................Tuesday, June 19 End of Mini Term I...........................................................................................................................Wednesday, June 27 Registration Mini Term II.....................................................................................................................Thursday, June 28

July Mini Term II Begins....................................................................................................................................Monday, July 2 Late Registration, Drop/Add Mini Term II ..................................................................................................Monday, July 2 Summer Graduation Applications Due ......................................................................................................Monday, July 2 Independence Day ...................................................WSCC Closed................................................Wednesday, July 4 Last day to withdraw Regular and Mini II Terms.....................................................................................Monday, July 16 GAP Program End...............................................................................................................................Thursday, July 26 Final Exams ....................................................................…......................................Monday, July 30 – Friday, August 3

August Summer Grades Due…......................................................................................................................Tuesday, August 7 Faculty Duty Days.........................................................................................Monday, August 6 – Wednesday, August 8

Reminder (Tentative) Dates for Fall 2012 Early Online Registration Begins for Fall................................................................................................Monday, July 16 Early On-site Registration Begins for Fall..............................................................................................Monday, July 23 Registration (Projected)....................................................................................................................Tuesday, August 14 Fall Classes Begin (Projected)....................................................................................................Wednesday, August 15 Fall 2012 Lions’ Pride Dates ......................................................All sessions held at 1:00 p.m. in the Student Center Tuesday, June 19 Wednesday, June 20 Thursday, June 21 Monday, June 25 Wednesday, June 27 Thursday, June 28


Business Hours - Summer 2012 ADMISSIONS, FINANCIAL AID, and ACTION Center June 4, 2012 – August 10, 2012* Monday – Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. Friday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Closed CASHIER and BOOKSTORE June 4, 2012 – August 10, 2012* Monday – Wednesday . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. Thursday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Friday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Closed CAMPUS VISITS/TOURS - Recruiting Office, Student Center - (256.352.8031) Wallace State Discovery Days: Tuesdays ...........................9 a.m. and 1 p.m. (by appt.) Thursdays..........................9 a.m. and 1 p.m. (by appt.) CAREER SERVICES (256.352.8178) Monday – Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. TUTORING LAB (General Studies Building) Tuesday, May 29 – Wednesday, August 1 Monday – Wednesday . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

*SPECIAL HOURS FOR HOLIDAY WEEKS OF MAY 28th AND JULY 2nd ADMISSIONS, FINANCIAL AID, ACTION CENTER, CASHIER and BOOKSTORE Tuesday -Wednesday, May 29-30 . 7:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. Thursday-Friday, May 31-June 1 . . . 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday – Tuesday, July 2-3. . . . . . . 7:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. Thursday – Friday, July 5-6 . . . . . . . 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m LIBRARY Tuesday-Thursday, May 29-31 . . . . 7:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. Friday, June 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday- Tuesday, July 2-3 . . . . . . . 7:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. Thursday, July 5. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. Friday, July 6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Note: Student Services Regular Operating Hours (Prior to June 4 and after August 10, 2012) 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 June 4, 2012 – August 10, 2012 Monday – Thursday . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. Friday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Closed

Important Information 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 is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, and Associate in Applied Science degrees. (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, GA 30033-4097; Phone: 404/6794501). Many programs have additional accreditation from organizations appropriate to the particular disciplines. 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 18. 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, in the General Studies Building or call 256.352.8052. A copy of the student handbook can be found on the web at www.wallacestate.edu/ada-accommodations.html.

Non-Discrimination Policy - It is the policy of Wallace State Community College, a postsecondary institution under the control of the Alabama State Board of Education, 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. Transitional Learning Division - The Transitional Learning Division’s primary responsibility is to make the transition from high school to college as easy as possible for students. Transitional Learning classes are designed to assist students in developing academic competencies necessary for success in college. Orientation 103, Reading 083, English 092 and 093, and Math 090 are found within this division. For more information, contact Cindy Mallard, Director of Transitional Learning, at 256.352.8081, located in the Wellness Center.

Summer Semester 2012 Schedule of Classes • page 3


Admissions 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.

forms. Further information is available by contacting the Wallace State Admissions Office 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

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: Submit a completed and signed application for admission to the WSCC Admissions Office or apply online at www.wallacestate.edu. Remember to send your transcripts and provide photo identification.

2

FINANCIAL AID: Information about financial aid, including scholarships, grants, loans, work-study, WIA, TRA and veterans’ benefits, may be obtained by calling the Financial Aid Office at 256.352.8182 or visiting www.wallacestate.edu.

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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 ACTION Center at 256.352.8040 for more information. The WSCC Office of Student Recruiting (Student Center) is available to provide college information and schedule campus tours. Call 256.352.8031 for more information.

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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 256.352.8053 for more information.

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ACADEMIC ADVISING: Advisors are available to assist students in choosing a course of study, developing a degree plan, and registering for classes. Visit the ACTION Center (256.352.8040) to see an advisor or contact your assigned faculty advisor.

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REGISTRATION: Students can register online at www.wallacestate.edu if PIN has been activated or in person in the Admissions Office. You must see your advisor to have your PIN activated. For registration dates and times, consult the academic calendar or visit www.wallacestate.edu.

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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 page 6 in 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.

Education Anytime, Anywhere Wallace State offers a wide array of online and hybrid classes to fit your schedule and your needs. These classes are noted in the summer course listing beginning on page 12. Several complete programs of study are also available in a fully online or online/hybrid format including Computer Science (Programming, Software Support/Help Desk, Internet/Networking Technology), Health Information Technology (Health Information Technician, Medical Transcription, Medical Coding), Gerontology, Pharmacy Technology, and Associate in Arts/Science. Coming soon - classes in virtual reality! Contact an advisor in the ACTION Center at 256.352.8040 to learn more about online education. Summer Semester 2012 Schedule of Classes • page 4


Financial Aid Students receiving financial aid should read the following information carefully:

Students must present picture ID to pick up checks. A valid state driver’s license will suffice.

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.

Withdrawal from all classes after picking up balance checks will result in Pell overpayment and future Pell payments for WSCC or any other college will cease until the overpayment is repaid.

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 May 10. 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 distributed. Students must attend ALL CLASSES before Pell and loan funds will be distributed. Students’ balance checks will not be processed until all holds are cleared. 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 distributed until attendance is verified. If you are registered in classes that begin later than May 24 your balance check will be disbursed at a later date. You must attend classes prior to any funds being distributed for a particular class. Pell Grant balance checks will be distributed in the Coliseum on Wednesday, June 6. Balance Checks, with no holds not picked up, will be mailed, Thursday, June 7. Loan balance checks are scheduled to be distributed in the Coliseum on Tuesday, June 26. Balance checks, with no holds not picked up, will be mailed on Wednesday, June 27. Students must present picture ID to pick up checks. A valid state driver’s license or current student ID will suffice.

STUDENTS ON PRIVATE SCHOLARSHIPS The WSCC Financial Aid Office requests that all students on private funded scholarships contact the Financial Aid Office three (3) weeks prior to registration to ensure that all paperwork is complete. INSTITUTIONAL SCHOLARSHIP recipients must complete a FAFSA prior to enrollment being completed. 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 2012-13 (fall 2012, spring 2013, summer 2013) Pell Grants must complete the forms with 2011 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. NOTE: If you are planning to attend fall 2012, you will be required to complete a 2012-2013 FAFSA using your 2011 income taxes.

**Priority Deadline for fall 2012 is June 1, 2012. Completed Financial Aid paperwork must be submitted to the Financial Aid Office by the deadline of June 1 in order for funds to be available for fall semester 2012 http://www.wallacestate.edu/finaid.html. Students should review their MyWallaceState account for individual requirements.

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 I.D. •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. Summer Semester 2012 Schedule of Classes • page 5


Summer 2012 Tuition and Fees Bond Surety BuildFee ing Fee

Facility Renewal Fee

Technology Fee

Total Tuition & Fees

10.00

9.00

9.00

136.00

2.00

20.00

18.00

18.00

272.00

3.00

30.00

27.00

27.00

408.00

428.00

4.00

40.00

36.00

36.00

544.00

5

535.00

5.00

50.00

45.00

45.00

680.00

6

642.00

6.00

60.00

54.00

54.00

816.00

7

749.00

7.00

70.00

63.00

63.00

952.00

8

856.00

8.00

80.00

72.00

72.00

1,088.00

Credit Hours

Tuition $107/Hr

1

107.00

1.00

2

214.00

3

321.00

4

9

963.00

9.00

90.00

81.00

81.00

1,224.00

10

1,070.00

10.00

100.00

90.00

90.00

1,360.00

11

1,177.00

11.00

110.00

99.00

99.00

1,496.00

12

1,284.00

12.00

120.00

108.00

108.00

1,632.00

13

1,391.00

13.00

130.00

117.00

117.00

1,768.00

14

1,498.00

14.00

140.00

126.00

126.00

1,904.00

15

1,605.00

15.00

150.00

135.00

135.00

2,040.00

16

1,712.00

16.00

160.00

144.00

144.00

2,176.00

17

1,819.00

17.00

170.00

153.00

153.00

2,312.00

18

1,926.00

18.00

180.00

162.00

162.00

2,448.00

19

2,033.00

19.00

190.00

171.00

171.00

2,584.00

20

2,140.00

20.00

200.00

180.00

180.00

2,720.00

21

2,247.00

21.00

210.00

189.00

189.00

2,856.00

22

2,354.00

22.00

220.00

198.00

198.00

2,992.00

23

2,461.00

23.00

230.00

207.00

207.00

3,128.00

24

2,568.00

24.00

240.00

216.00

216.00

3,264.00

25

2,675.00

25.00

250.00

225.00

225.00

3,400.00

Additional Fees: Late Registration Fee: Student Accident Insurance: Malpractice Insurance: Physical Education Fee:

$25.00 $4.00/semester Health - $7.50/semester $15.00/class

EMS - $32.50/semester

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. Tuition & Fees Reminder: All tuition and fees should be paid in the Cashier’s Office according to the following schedule. If tuition and fees are not paid by the end of the business day on the due date, the class schedule will be deleted. Payment Due Date Registration Period May 7- May 23, 2012 (Early Registration)............................................May 23 by 6 p.m. May 24..................................................................................................May 24 by 4 p.m. May 25 ............................................................................................................. by 2 p.m. May 29 ..............................................................................................................by 6 p.m.

PARKING PERMITS Parking Permits are available for free in the Student Activities Office in the Wallace State Student Center (256.352.8031). All students are required to obtain a parking permit if driving on campus.

Tuition Refund Policy

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: Interim Term (May 15-26) Through May 14 May 15 May 16 May 17 May 18 and after

100% 75% 50% 25% no refund

Regular Term (May 24-August 3) Through May 23 May 24-31 June 1-7 June 8-14 After June 14

100% 75% 50% 25% no refund

Mini Term I - 5 wks (May 24-June 27) Through May 23 May 24-29 May 30-31 June 1-5 After June 5

100% 75% 50% 25% no refund

Mini Term II -5 wks (July 2-August 2) Through July 1 July 2-3 July 4-9 July 10-11 After July 11

100% 75% 50% 25% no refund

Administrative Fee: An administrative fee not to exceed 5% of tuition and other institutional charges of $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. 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. Wallace State does not give cash refunds: Students must complete a Drop/Add Form in the Admissions Office, take it to the Cashier’s Office and complete a Refund Request Form. Under normal circumstances, refund checks are issued weekly and mailed to the student. Refer to current academic calendar for drop/add and withdrawal deadlines.

Summer Semester 2012 Schedule of Classes • page 6


Summer 2012 Testing Schedule Fees are payable in the WSCC Cashier’s Office located in the mobile unit on Medical Drive. For more information, visit www.wallacestate.edu/action or call 256.352.8040.

Test

Residual ACT Testing

Location

Dates Friday, May 25 Thursday, July 26 Friday, September 28 8:30 a.m.

Purpose

To provide student with necessary college entrance Computer Science requirements and to Auditorium help determine placement in math and English.

HESI Biology Placement Exam

By appointment during COMPASS testing hours.

Health Science 2nd Floor Testing Lab

To determine readiness for Biology 201.

CLEP Testing

By appointment during COMPASS testing hours.

Health Science 2nd Floor Testing Lab

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

Monday-Thursday 8 a.m. - 2 p.m.

COMPASS Placement and Ability to Benefit Assessments

GED Registration

Friday (during weeks of May 28 and July 2 only) 8 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.

Health Science 2nd Floor Testing Lab

Extended Testing Times during June and July: 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. Monday-Thursday

Twice per month beginning Monday, June 4, 2012, at 6 p.m. by appointment.

Bevill Building 4th Floor, Room 408

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

WORKKEYS for WSCC Students

Required before GED test date is scheduled.

To provide opportunity for adults who have not Bevill Building graduated from high 4th Floor, Room 406 Pre-registration required. school to earn a high Test date issued at school level registration. educational diploma.

Registration is required.

Baseball Stadium Basement Classroom 101

To Register

Call 256.352.8042 Fee: $37.50

Registration is complete when payment is made to cashier. Bring ID and receipt and ACT  approved calculator on test date.

Call 256.352.8053 Fee:  $29

Call 256.352.8053. Bring ID, calculator and receipt on test date.

Call 256.352.8053 Fee: $102 per test

Call 256.352.8053 Bring ID and receipt on test date.

Call 256.352.8053

No appointment needed. Initial Test Fee: none Bring ID, calculator Retest: $8 for math, and receipt To assess math, (Only one retest is (if retest) on test reading and English permitted in three date. skill levels for year period) health program applications.

Twice per month beginning Wednesday, June 6, 2012.

GED Testing

For Info.

Graduation requirement in certain programs; should be taken in the last two semesters of study after completing English and math coursework.

Summer Semester 2012 Schedule of Classes • page 8

Call 256.352.8394

Call 256.352.8394 Fee: $50 Retest: $10 per subject

By appointment. Bring receipt, driver’s license and Social Security card. If 17, also bring student exit interview form and notarized parent permission to take GED exam. By appointment, call 256.352.8394. Bring identification and social security card on test date.

By appointment. Call Jamie Blackmon Call Jamie Blackmon 256.352.8461. 256.352.8461. Fee: $30 Bring identification and receipt on test date.


Off-Campus Classes CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

CR

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

WSCC CLASSES AT ADDISON HIGH SCHOOL ENGLISH 04822 ENG251

AMERICAN LITERATURE I

3

06:00P 09:45P

WED

ADD 000

SMOTHERS S M

WSCC CLASSES AT BREWER HIGH SCHOOL ENGLISH 04826 ENG101 04827 ENG102

ENGLISH COMPOSITION I ENGLISH COMPOSITION II

3 3

06:00P 09:45P 06:00P 09:45P

TUESDAY MONDAY

BHS 000 BHS 000

BOOTH R M BOOTH R M

MATHEMATICS 08036 MTH090 08033 MTH098 08034 MTH100

BASIC MATHEMATICS ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA

3 3 3

06:00P 09:45P 06:00P 09:45P 06:00P 09:45P

THURSDAY BHS 000 TUESDAY BHS 000 TUESDAY BHS 000

CLARK C C CLARK C C BROWN A W

PSYCHOLOGY 10220 PSY200

GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

3

06:00P 09:45P

MONDAY

BHS 000

SELF J B

FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION Hybrid course; Orientation 5/29/12 06:00P

3

06:00P 09:45P

TUESDAY

BHS 000

SKELLEY V

SPEECH 11410 SPH106

WSCC CLASSES AT HAYDEN HIGH SCHOOL BIOLOGY 01518 BIO103

PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I

4

06:00P 09:45P

M&W

HAY 000

ADCOCK J L

ENGLISH 04823 ENG101

ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

3

06:00P 09:45P

MONDAY

HAY 000

BEAVERS S M

HISTORY 06017 HIS202

UNITED STATES HISTORY II

3

06:00P 09:45P

WED

HAY 000

CARTER M H

PSYCHOLOGY 10221 PSY210

HUMAN GROWTH & DEV

3

06:00P 09:45P

MONDAY

HAY 000

HUGHES J P

SPEECH 11408 SPH107

FUND OF PUBLIC SPEAKING

3

06:00P 09:45P

WED

HAY 000

PRUETT F F

WSCC CLASSES AT J B PENNINGTON HIGH SCHOOL COMPUTER SCIENCE 02505 CIS146 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS Hybrid course; Orientation 5/29/12 6:00P

3

06:00P 09:45P

TUESDAY

PEN 000

FINCHER J C

ENGLISH 04824 ENG102 04825 ENG251

ENGLISH COMPOSITION II AMERICAN LITERATURE I

3 3

06:00P 09:45P 06:00P 09:45P

TUESDAY PEN 000 THURSDAY PEN 000

AKIN L L AKIN L L

HISTORY 06019 HIS102

WESTERN CIVILIZATION II

3

06:00P 09:45P

TUESDAY

PEN 000

KRETZSCHMAR P K

MATHEMATICS 08032 MTH100

INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA

3

06:00P 09:45P

TUESDAY

PEN 000

STAFF

PSYCHOLOGY 10219 PSY200

GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

3

06:00P 09:45P

THURSDAY PEN 000

HUGHES J P

SPEECH 11409 SPH107

FUND OF PUBLIC SPEAKING

3

06:00P 09:45P

TUESDAY

PRUETT F F

Summer Semester 2012 Schedule of Classes • page 11

PEN 000


Main Campus Classes CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

ART 01002

ART100I

01003

ART100I

01004 01005 01008 01006 01007

ART113 ART114 ART221 ART233 ART234

CR

3 3

AUTO SERVICE TECHNOLOGY Day 01306 AUM182A AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION DIAG 2 Sophomore Class Meets July 2-August 2, 2012 01305 AUM212 ADV ELECTRIC & ELECTRONIC SYS 3 Sophomore Class Meets May 29 – June 28, 2012 01304 AUM230 AUTO TRANSMISS & TRANS 3 Class Meets July 19-August 2, 2012 01301 AUM239 ENGINE PERFORMANCE 3 Class Meets May 29-June 12, 2012 01302 AUM244 ENGINE PERF & DIAGNOSTICS 3 Class Meets June 13-June 28, 2012 01303 AUM246 AUTOMOTIVE EMISSIONS 3 Class Meets July 2-July 18, 2012 01307 AUM291A CO-OP 3 Sophomore Class Meets May 24-July 26, 2012 Evening 01308 AUM112 ELECTRICAL FUNDAMENTALS 3 01309 AUM124 AUTOMOTIVE ENGINES 3 01310 AUM182A AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION DIAG 2 BIOLOGY Day 01501 BIO103 01502 BIO103 01503 BIO103 01504 BIO103 01505 BIO104 01506 BIO104 01507 BIO201 01508 BIO201 01509 BIO202 01510 BIO202 01511 BIO220

PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY II PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY II HUMAN A & P I HUMAN A & P I HUMAN A & P II HUMAN A & P II GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY

4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

01512

BIO220

GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY

4

01513

BIO220

GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY

4

Evening 01514 01515 01516 01517

BIO103 BIO103 BIO201 BIO202

PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I HUMAN A & P I HUMAN A & P II

4 4 4 4

01702

BUS194

01703

BUS195

01704

BUS196

DAYS

ART APPRECIATION 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/webct ART APPRECIATION 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/webct DRAWING I 3 10:00A 11:55A M & W DRAWING II 3 10:00A 11:55A M & W COMPUTER GRAPHICS I 3 12:00P 01:55P TU & TH PAINTING I 3 12:00P 01:55P M & W PAINTING II 3 12:00P 01:55P M & W

AUTO MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY 13001 AUT130 FUND OF IND HYDRAULICS & PNEUM 13002 AUT138 PRINCIPLES OF IND MECHANICS MINI TERM II

BUSINESS Day 01701 BUS193

TIME

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

DANIEL R A DANIEL R A FPA 226 FPA 226 FPA 216 FPA 226 FPA 226

SCOTT A P SCOTT A P SCOTT A P SCOTT A P SCOTT A P

TBA 10:00A 02:30P

TBA TU & TH

ILT 102

HENDRIX W J HENDRIX W J

07:00A 03:45P

TU & TH

AUM 000

BURGETT S D

07:00A 03:45P

TU & TH

AUM 000

BURGETT S D

07:00A 03:45P

M T W TH

AUM 000

BURGETT S D

07:00A 03:45P

M T W TH

AUM 000

BURGETT S D

07:00A 03:45P

M T W TH

AUM 000

BURGETT S D

07:00A 03:45P

M T W TH

AUM 000

BURGETT S D

TBA

TBA

05:00P 07:10P 07:10P 09:20P 09:00P 10:10P

MTW MTW MTW

AUM 000 AUM 000 AUM 000

CARLISLE T W CARLISLE T W CARLISLE T

08:00A 11:10A 12:00P 03:10P 08:00A 11:10A 08:00A 11:10A 12:00P 03:40P 12:00P 03:40P 08:00A 11:10A 12:00P 03:10P 12:00P 03:10P 08:00A 11:10A 07:30A 10:30A 10:30A 11:45A 10:30A 11:45A 11:45A 02:45P 08:00A 09:15A 09:15A 12:15P

TU & TH TU & TH M&W M&W TU & TH M&W M&W TU & TH M&W TU & TH M&W M&W M&W M&W TU & TH TU & TH

SCI 113 SCI 113 SCI 103 BIO 114 SCI 103 SCI 103 BIO 104 BIO 104 BIO 105 BIO 105 SCI 106 SCI 109 SCI 109 SCI 106 SCI 106 SCI 106

BRIEHN C S BRIEHN C S GLASSCOCK M A COLE J COLE J GLASSCOCK M A RAKESTRAW W P RAKESTRAW W P HALSTEAD F HALSTEAD F QUICK S F

05:00P 08:10P 05:00P 08:10P 05:00P 08:10P 05:00P 08:10P

TU & TH TU & TH M&W M&W

SCI 103 BIO 114 BIO 104 BIO 105

COLE J WILLIAMS B L RAKESTRAW W P HALSTEAD F

BUSINESS CO-OP I 1 TBA For course information, contact barbara.atchley@wallacestate.edu BUSINESS CO-OP II 1 TBA For course information, contact barbara.atchley@wallacestate.edu BUSINESS CO-OP III 1 TBA For course information, contact barbara.atchley@wallacestate.edu BUSINESS CO-OP IV 1 TBA For course information, contact barbara.atchley@wallacestate.edu

BURGETT S D

QUICK S F WILLIAMS B L

TBA

ATCHLEY B P

TBA

ATCHLEY B P

TBA

ATCHLEY B P

TBA

ATCHLEY B P

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CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

01705

BUS197

01717

BUS241

01716

BUS241I

01719

BUS242I

01718

BUS263I

01720

BUS271I

01715

BUS272I

01721

BUS275I

01706

BUS291

01707

BUS291

01708

BUS292

01711

BUS292

01712

BUS293

01722

BUS296

Evening 01724 BUS241 01713 01723

BUS262 BUS271

CR

TIME

DAYS

BUSINESS CO-OPV 1 TBA TBA For course information, contact barbara.atchley@wallacestate.edu PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I 3 10:00A 11:30A WED Hybrid course; Orientation 5/30/12 at 10:00A PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business LEGAL/SOCIAL ENV OF BUSINESS 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business BUSINESS STATISTICS I 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business BUSINESS STATISTICS II 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business ALTERNATING BUS CO-OP I 3 TBA TBA For course information, contact barbara.atchley@wallacestate.edu ALTERNATING BUS CO-OP I 1 TBA TBA Mini Term I; For course information, contact barbara.atchley@wallacestate.edu ALTERNATING BUS CO-OP II 1 TBA TBA Mini Term II; For course information, contact barbara.atchley@wallacestate.edu ALTERNATING BUS CO-OP II 3 TBA TBA For course information, contact barbara.atchley@wallacestate.edu ALTERNATING BUS CO-OP III 3 TBA TBA For course information, contact barbara.atchley@wallacestate.edu BUSINESS INTERNSHIP I 3 TBA TBA For course information, contact barbara.atchley@wallacestate.edu PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I Hybrid course; Orientation 5/30/12 at 5:00P BUSINESS LAW II BUSINESS STATISTICS I Hybrid Orientation 5/29/12 at 5:00P

02403

CHM111

02404

CHM112

Evening 02402 CHM104

ATCHLEY B P BE 106

MANNING M E MANNING M E MANNING M E MCGRIFF-WALDROP T J MCGRIFF-WALDROP T J STAFF MCGRIFF-WALDROP T J ATCHLEY B P ATCHLEY B P ATCHLEY B P ATCHLEY B P ATCHLEY B P STAFF

3

05:00P 08:00P

WED

BE 106

MANNING M E

3 3

05:30P 09:15P 05:00P 07:30P

WED TUESDAY

BE 111 BE 106

SAPP JR R A MCGRIFF-WALDROP T J

BUSINESS & OFFICE ADMINISTRATION Day 08901 OAD101I BEGINNING KEYBOARDING 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business 08903 OAD103I INTERMEDIATE KEYBOARDING 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business 08905 OAD125I MICROSOFT WORD 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business 08908 OAD212I MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business 08907 OAD231I OFFICE APPLICATIONS 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business 08909 OAD243E SPREADSHEET APPLICATIONS-EXCEL 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business 08906 OAD246I OFFICE GRAPHICS & PRESENTATION 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business 08910 OAD247E SPECIAL PROJETS--ADV EXCEL 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business Evening 08911 OAD101 BEGINNING KEYBOARDING 3 05:00P 08:00P MONDAY Hybrid course; Orientation 6/4/12 5:00P 08912 OAD103 INTERMEDIATE KEYBOARDING 3 05:00P 08:00P MONDAY Hybrid course; Orientation 6/4/12 5:00P 08904 OAD110 NAVIGATING WINDOWS 3 04:30P 07:30P WED Hybrid course; Orientation 5/30/12 4:30P CHEMISTRY Day 02401 CHM104

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

SIDES K P SIDES K P SMITH S B STAFF SMITH S B SMITH S B SMITH S B SIDES K P CS 021

STAFF

CS 021

STAFF

CS 021

SIDES K P

INTRO TO INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 4 Hybrid course; Orientation 5/30/12 at 12:30P COLLEGE CHEMISTRY I 4 Hybrid course; Orientation 5/30/12 at 8:00A COLLEGE CHEMISTRY II 4 Hybrid course; Orientation 5/29/12 at 9:00A

12:30P 03:30P

M&W

CHM 009

MEADOWS R R

08:00A 11:00A

M&W

CHM 009

MEADOWS R R

09:00A 12:00P

TU & TH

CHM 009

MEADOWS R R

INTRO TO INORGANIC CHEMISTRY Hybrid course; Orientation 5/29/12 at 3:15P

03:15P 06:15P

TU & TH

CHM 009

MEADOWS R R

4

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CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

CR

TIME

CHILD DEVELOPMENT 02303 CHD205 PRO PLAN FOR ED YOUNG CHILDREN 3 TBA Independent Study-Orientation Thursday May 31, 2012 01:00P 02302 CHD206 CHILDRENS HEALTH & SAFETY 3 TBA Independent Study-Orientation Wednesday May 30, 2012 03:30P 02301 CHD209 INFANT & TODDLER ED PROGRAMS 3 TBA Independent Study-Orientation Tuesday May 29, 2012 03:30P 02304 CHD210 EDUCATING EXCEPTIONAL CHILDREN 3 TBA Independent Study-Orientation Thursday May 31, 2012 03:30P

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

TBA

NB 200

PREUITT D R

TBA

NB 200

PREUITT D R

TBA

NB 200

PREUITT D R

TBA

NB 200

PREUITT D R

M&T M&T THURSDAY M&T WED WED M & TU

TBH 506 TBH 506 TBH 504 TBH 506 TBH 504 TBH 504 TBH 505

KILPATRICK J R WELCH J J

WELCH J J WELCH J J

CLINICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN 02801 CLT106 LAB CALCULATIONS & STAT 02802 CLT111 URINALYSIS & BODY FLUIDS

2 3

02803

CLT142

CLT MICROBIOLOGY II

5

02804 02805

CLT161 CLT293

INTEGRATED LAB SIMULATION CLT CLINICAL SEMINAR

2 2

09:45A 10:45A 08:00A 09:30A 09:00A 12:00P 11:00A 12:30P 08:00A 10:00A 10:15A 12:15P 09:45A 10:45A

3

07:00A 03:45P

M T W TH

ABR 000

GRACE T L

3

07:00A 03:45P

M T W TH

ABR 000

GRACE T L

3

07:00A 03:45P

M T W TH

ABR 000

GRACE T L

3

07:00A 03:45P

M T W TH

ABR 000

GRACE T L

COMMUNICATION SKILLS 12401 SPC103 ORAL COMM SKILLS FOR TECH STU

2

05:30P 08:00P

THURSDAY CS 001

AMBROSE P

COMPUTER NUMERICAL CONTROL Day 03004 CNC111 INTRO TO COMP NUM CONTROL

2

CNC139 CNC143 CNC154

BASIC CNC APPL TRIG FOR CNC MACHINES METALLURGY

3 3 3

03008

CNC157

TOOLMAKERS TECH

3

03009

CNC158

DIE FUNDAMENTALS

3

03010

CNC160

DIE CONSTRUCTION & TRYOUT

3

03011

CNC161

DIE MAINTENANCE & REPAIR

3

03012

CNC181T

ST/APPLIED TRIG & GEO FOR CNC

3

03013

CNC234

PRECISION MACH PRACTICES

5

WED THURSDAY T&W TUESDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY MONDAY WED MONDAY TUESDAY WED TUESDAY WED THURSDAY TUESDAY TUESDAY WED TUESDAY WED WED MONDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY

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

MOON R R

03005 03006 03007

07:30A 08:20A 12:30P 03:00P 09:45A 12:30P 07:30A 10:50A 09:45A 12:30P 02:00P 03:30P 07:30A 11:30A 07:30A 08:40A 07:30A 11:30A 12:30P 02:00P 12:30P 03:00P 10:50A 03:30P 11:00A 12:45P 12:00P 01:15P 12:00P 03:30P 07:30A 09:45A 12:45P 02:00P 01:15P 03:30P 12:00P 03:00P 12:30P 01:30P 01:30P 03:30P 09:45A 01:25P 01:25P 02:40P 07:30A 09:45A 07:30A 12:30P 09:10P 10:20P 05:00P 06:30P 06:30P 09:10P

MTW MTW MTW

MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000

COLLISION REPAIR 00201 ABR156 AUTO CUTTING & WELDING Class Meets May 24-June 12, 2012 00203 ABR182A SP TOPS/ADVANCED MEASURING Class Meets June 13-June 28, 2012 00204 ABR214 AUTOMOTIVE STRUCTURAL REPAIR Class Meets July 2-July 18, 2012 00205 ABR267 SHOP MANAGEMENT Class Meets July 19-August 2, 2012

Evening 03003 CNC111 03001 CNC139 03002 CNC223

INTRO TO COMP NUM CONTROL BASIC CNC CNC GRAPHICS PROG: MILLING

2 3 3

COMPUTER SCIENCE Day 02526 CIS146 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 12:00P 02:30P MTWT CS 009 MiniTerm I 02514 CIS146 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 10:00A 11:55A WED CS 025 Hybrid Course; Orientation 5/30/12 10:00A 02515 CIS146 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 10:00A 11:55A THURSDAY CS 025 Hybrid Course; Orientation 5/31/12 10:00A 02507 CIS146I MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 TBA TBA Online course, Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience

Summer Semester 2012 Schedule of Classes • page 14

KILPATRICK J R

MOON R R MINYARD J W MINYARD J W MCMINN G J MINYARD J W MINYARD J W MINYARD J W MOON R R MCMINN G J MINYARD J W MOON R R MINYARD J W MCMINN G J MOON R R MCMINN G J MOON R R MINYARD J W KILPATRICK J S KILPATRICK J S KILPATRICK J S

AYERS T A STAFF STAFF GRIMMETT C B


CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

02508

CIS146I

02510

CIS146I

02511

CIS146I

02512

CIS146I

02513

CIS146I

02527

CIS150

02501 02503

CIS151 CIS196E

02528

CIS197E

02517

CIS199

02518

CIS203I

02519

CIS207I

02520

CIS212

02522

CIS222I

02521

CIS249I

Evening 02523 CIS146 02525 CIS146 02529

CR

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR FARMER D J GRIMMETT C B FARMER D J STAFF STAFF AYERS T A SCOTT A P SMITH S B SIDES K P STAFF FARMER D J FARMER D J GRIMMETT C B GRIMMETT C B FARMER D J

3 3

05:00P 08:45P 05:00P 08:45P

MONDAY CS 025 THURSDAY CS 025

STAFF STAFF

3

04:30P 07:30P

WED

CS 021

SIDES K P

3

04:30P 07:30P

WED

CS 021

SIDES K P

INTRO TO COSMETOLOGY INTRO TO COSMETOLOGY LAB BUSINESS OF COSMETOLOGY COSMETOLOGY SALON PRACTICES CAREER AND PERSONAL DEVN SALON MANAGEMENT TECH

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

COS 000 COS 000 COS 000 COS 000 COS 100 COS 000 COS 000 COS 000 COS 000

FLANIGAN S C FLANIGAN S C SMITH T W SMITH T W FLANIGAN S C SMITH T W

SALON MANAGEMENT TECH HAIR ADDITIONS EMPLOYABILITY SKILLS BACTERIOLOGY AND SANITATION

M&T W & TH M&T W & TH M&T M&T W & TH MTW MTW M&T M&T

COS 000

COS133 COS146 COS158 COS168

08:00A 09:55A 08:00A 04:45P 08:00A 09:55A 08:00A 02:40P 09:55A 12:05P 12:05P 02:40P 02:40P 04:45P 08:50P 10:30P 08:40P 10:40P 09:55A 12:05P 12:05P 02:40P

COS123 COS125 COS144 COS167

COSMETOLOGY SALON PRACTICES CAREER AND PERSONAL DEVN HAIR SHAPING AND DESIGN STATE BOARD REVIEW

3 3 3 3

06:40P 08:50P 04:00P 06:40P 06:40P 08:40P 04:30P 06:40P

MTW MTW MTW MTW

COS 000 COS 000 COS 000 COS 000

HUCKABY L E BLACK A R BLACK A R HUCKABY L E

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW FINGERPRINT SCIENCE HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION

3 3 3 3

08:00A 09:55A 08:00A 11:55A 10:00A 11:55A 08:00A 11:55A

M&W TUESDAY M&W THURSDAY

GS GS GS GS

007 007 007 007

HOWELL R W HALL T D HOWELL R W HALL T D

CONSTITUTIONAL LAW FINGERPRINT SCIENCE HOMICIDE INVESTIGATION CRIME SCENE INVESTIGATION

3 3 3 3

05:30P 09:15P 05:30P 09:15P 05:30P 09:15P 05:30P 09:15P

MONDAY TUESDAY WED THURSDAY

GS GS GS GS

007 007 007 007

HOWELL R W HALL T D HOWELL R W HALL T D

ADVANCED FOOD PREP AROMATIC & FLAVORING COMBO

3 3

07:45A 11:50A 01:00P 03:00P

MONDAY TUESDAY

CUA 000 CUA 000

CIS196W

MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS Hybrid course; Orientation 5/31/12 at 5:00P COMM SOFTWARE APP-WINDOWS Hybrid course; Orientation 5/30/12 at 4:30P

COMPUTER SCIENCE TECHNICAL 12601 DPT103 COMPUTER FUND TECH STUDENT Hybrid Orientation 5/30/12 at 4:30P COSMETOLOGY Day 03105 COS111 03106 COS112 03101 COS119 03102 COS123 03107 COS125 03103 COS133 03114 03111 03104 03108 Evening 03113 03109 03110 03112

TIME

MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 TBA TBA Online course, Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 TBA TBA Online course, Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 TBA TBA Online course, Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 TBA TBA Online course, Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience COMPUTER PROGRAM LOGIC 3 10:00A 11:55A MW CS 009 MiniTerm I; Hybrid Orientation 5/30/12 at 10:00A GRAPHICS FOR WORLD WIDE WEB 3 12:00P 01:55P TU & TH FPA 216 COMM SOFT APP SPDSHEET-EXCEL 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information, located at www.wallacestate.edu/business COMM SOFT APP SPDSHT-ADV EXCEL 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information, located at www.wallacestate.edu/business NEWTWORK COMMUNICATIONS 3 08:00A 09:55A TUESDAY CS 009 Hybrid course; Orientation 5/29/12 at 8:00A INTRO TO INFO HIGHWAY 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience INTRO TO WEB DEV 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience VISUAL BASIC 3 12:00P 01:55P WED CS 010 Hybrid course; Orientation 5/30/12 at 12:00P DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYS 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience MICROCOMP OPERATING SYS 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience

CRIMINAL JUSTICE Day 03202 CRJ147 03204 CRJ226 03203 CRJ227 03205 CRJ238 Evening 03206 CRJ147 03208 CRJ226 03207 CRJ227 03209 CRJ238 CULINARY ARTS 15001 CUA115 15002 CUA202

Summer Semester 2012 Schedule of Classes • page 15

HUCKABY L E BLACK A R SMITH T W FLANIGAN S C

VILLA C R VILLA C R


CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

15003 15004 15005

CUA206 CUA208 CUA210

CR

ADVANCED GARDE MANGER ADVANCED BAKING BEVERAGE MANAGEMENT

2 2 2

TIME

DAYS

07:45A 11:50A 07:45A 11:50A 07:45A 11:50A

TUESDAY CUA 000 WED CUA 000 THURSDAY CUA 000

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

DENTAL ASSISTING 03901 DNT121 DENTAL OFFICE PROCEDURES 3 08:00A 11:00A MONDAY HS 207 Hybrid course; For course information, contact susan.brewer@wallacestate.edu 03902 DNT122 CLIN PRACTICE II 4 08:00A 04:30P T W TH 03903 DNT123 DENTAL ASSIST SEMINAR 4 12:00P 03:00P MONDAY HS 207 Hybrid course; For course information, contact teresa.connell@wallacestate.edu 03904 DNT124 CLIN APP INFECT CONTROL 1 12:00P 02:00P THURSDAY Hybrid course; For course information, contact kathy.coy@wallacestate.edu DENTAL HYGIENE 03601 DHY115 03602 03605

DHY202 DHY203

NUTRITION FOR DHY 2 08:00A 11:00A MONDAY Hybrid course; For course information, contact sharon.alley@wallacestate.edu CLINICAL DENTAL HYG II 3 08:00A 05:00P T & W DENTAL HYG THEORY III 2 12:00P 03:00P MONDAY

DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING 10401 RAD134 CLINICAL EDUCATION III 10402 RAD135 EXPOSURE PRINCIPLES Lab TBA 10403 RAD136 RADIATION PROTECTION AND BIO

DRAFTING AND DESIGN TECHNOLOGY Day 03408 DDT104 INTRO TO CADD 03401 DDT115 BLUEPRINT READING FOR MACH 03410 DDT116 BLUEPRINT READING FOR CONST 03403 DDT118 BASIC ELECTRICAL DRAFTING 03406 DDT127 INTER COMP AIDED DRAFT & DESIG 03407 DDT128 INTERMEDIATE TECH DRAWING 03402 DDT211 INTER MACHINE DRAFTING 03405 DDT213 CIVIL DRAFTING, PLAT MAPS 03409 DDT222 ADV ARCH DRAFTING 03404 DDT236 DESIGN PROJECT Evening 03411 DDT122 ADV TECH DRAWING 03412 DDT128 INTERMEDIATE TECH DRAWING ECONOMICS Day 04003 ECO231I 04002

ECO232

BREWER R S COY K S RAY-CONNELL T E COY K S

HS 208

ALLEY S P

HS 112 HS 208

RAY-CONNELL T E EBERT B A

5 3

07:00A 03:30P 08:30A 11:30A

MTW THURSDAY TBH 205

PATTERSON C L MALONE J S

2

12:30P 02:30P

THURSDAY TBH 205

PATTERSON C L

DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY 03706 DMS215 INTRO TO ACOUSTIC PHYSICS 2 TBA TBA Mini Term II; Hybrid course; Sonography students only 03701 DMS221 OBSTETRICAL SONOGRAPHY II 3 08:00A 11:45A M & W TBH 303 Mini Term I; Hybrid course 03702 DMS225 SUPERFICIAL SONOGRAPHY 1 12:15P 01:30P M & W TBH 303 Mini Term I; Hybrid course 03704 DMS231 SONOGRAPHY PRECEPTORSHIP II 4 TBA TBA Hybrid Course; For course information, contact janet.money@wallacestate.edu 03705 DMS231 SONOGRAPHY PRECEPTORSHIP II 4 TBA TBA Hybrid course; For course information, contact donna.attaway@wallacestate.edu 03703 DMS240 SONOGRAPHY SEMINAR I 2 01:45P 04:15P M & W TBH 303 Mini Term I; Hybrid course DIESEL MECHANICS 03507 DEM118 IND & AG EQUIPMENT Class Meets July 12-August 3, 2012 03506 DEM125 HEAVY VEH DRIVE TRAINS Class Meets June 20-July 11, 2012 03504 DEM137 HEATING & A/C SYS Class Meets June 20-July 11, 2012 03503 DEM154 VEH SAFE OPER & MAINT PRACTICE Class Meets June 5-June 19, 2012 03501 DEM156 CDL LICENSE TEST PREP Class Meets May 24-31, 2012 03505 DEM181 SPECIAL TOPICS IN ELECTRICAL Class Meets July 12-August 3, 2012

VILLA C R VILLA C R VILLA C R

MONEY J E MONEY J E ATTAWAY D B MONEY J E ATTAWAY D B MONEY J E

3

09:00A 03:30P

M T W TH

DEM 000

SMITH J W

3

09:00A 03:30P

M T W TH

DEM 000

SMITH J W

3

08:00A 02:30P

M T W TH

DEM 000

SMITH J W

3

08:00A 03:30P

M T W TH

DEM 000

SMITH J W

3

07:00A 05:30P

M T W TH

DEM 000

SMITH J W

3

08:00A 02:30P

M T W TH

DEM 000

SMITH J W

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

08:00A 11:15A TBA TBA 11:45A 03:00P 08:00A 11:15A 11:45A 03:00P 08:00A 11:15A 11:45A 03:00P 11:45A 03:00P 08:00A 11:15A

M&W TBA TBA M&W TU & TH TU & TH M&W TU & TH M&W TU & TH

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

BAIN K W HARDMAN T A BAIN K W HARDMAN T A BAIN K W BAIN K W HARDMAN T A HARDMAN T A BAIN K W HARDMAN T A

3 3

05:30P 07:40P 07:40P 09:45P

MTW MTW

DDT 000 DDT 000

KELLER J H KELLER J H

PRINC OF MACROECONOMICS 3 TBA TBA Mini Term I; Online course; Course information, located at www.wallacestate.edu/business PRINC OF MICROECONOMICS 3 01:00P 02:45P WED BE 109 Hybrid course; Orientation 5/30/12 at 1:00P Summer Semester 2012 Schedule of Classes • page 16

CROW G H CROW G H


CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

04001

ECO232I

Evening 04004 ECO231

CR

TIME

DAYS

CROW G H

PRINC OF MACROECONOMICS Hybrid course; Orientation 5/31/12 at 5:00P

3

05:00P 07:30P

THURSDAY BE 109

CROW G H

1

09:00A 04:00P

WED

TBH 615

HEMPFLING

1

09:00A 04:00P

TUESDAY

TBH 615

HEMPFLING

1

09:00A 04:00P

THURSDAY TBH 615

HEMPFLING

1

09:00A 04:00P

WED

TBH 615

HEMPFLING

1

09:00A 04:00P

MONDAY

TBH 615

HEMPFLING

1

09:00A 04:00P

THURSDAY TBH 615

HEMPFLING

1

09:00A 04:00P

WED

TBH 615

HEMPFLING

1

09:00A 04:00P

TUESDAY

TBH 615

HEMPFLING

8 2 2

09:00A 03:30P TBA TBA

M TU TH TBA TBA

TBH 606

HEMPFLING

TBH 615

DORN C L

3

TBA

TBA

TBH 615

HEMPFLING

3

TBA

TBA

TBH 615

DORN C L

TBH 615

DORN C L

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES 04601 EMS100 CPR-I Class meets Wednesday June 6, 2012 only 04602 EMS100 CPR-I Class meets Tuesday June 12, 2012 only 04603 EMS100 CPR-I Class meets Thursday June 21, 2012 only 04604 EMS100 CPR-I Class meets Wednesday June 27, 2012 only 04605 EMS100 CPR-I Class meets Monday July 9, 2012 only 04606 EMS100 CPR-I Class meets Thursday July 12, 2012 only 04607 EMS100 CPR-I Class meets Wednesday July 18, 2012 only 04608 EMS100 CPR-I Class meets Tuesday July 24, 2012 only 04614 EMS155 ADVANCED EMT 04615 EMS156 ADVANCED EMT CLINICAL 04609 EMS240 PARAMEDIC OPERATIONS A-Shift 04610 EMS241 PARAMEDIC CARDIOLOGY A-Shift 04611 EMS242 PARAMEDIC PATIENT ASSESSMENT A-Shift 04612 EMS243 PARAMEDIC PHARMACOLOGY A-Shift 04613 EMS244 PARAMEDIC CLINICAL I

1

TBA

TBA

1

TBA

TBA

ENGINEERING 04301 EGR125

3

04:30P 06:30P

MONDAY

ENGLISH Day 04831 ENG092 04832

ENG093

04833

ENG093

04801 04802 04803 04805

ENG101 ENG101 ENG101 ENG101I

04806

ENG101I

04807 04809

ENG102 ENG102

04811

ENG102I

04812 04813

ENG251 ENG251I

04814

ENG251I

04815

ENG252I

04816

ENG261I

04817

ENG262I

04818

ENG271I

04819

ENG271I

04820

ENG272I

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

PRINC OF MICROECONOMICS 3 TBA TBA Mini Term II; Online course; Course information, located at www.wallacestate.edu/business

MODERN GRAPHICS FOR ENGINEERS

BASIC ENGLISH I 3 10:00A 11:55A M T W TH Mini Term I BASIC ENGLISH II 3 10:00A 11:55A M T W TH Mini Term I BASIC ENGLISH II 3 10:00A 11:55A M T W TH Mini Term II ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 08:00A 09:55A M & W ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 10:00A 11:55A M & W ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 10:00A 11:55A TU & TH ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/eng ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/eng ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 10:00A 11:55A M & W ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 08:00A 09:55A THURSDAY Hybrid Course; Orientation 5/31/12 8:00A ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/eng AMERICAN LITERATURE I 3 10:00A 11:55A M & W AMERICAN LITERATURE I 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/eng AMERICAN LITERATURE I 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/eng AMERICAN LITERATURE II 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/eng ENGLISH LITERATURE I 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/eng ENGLISH LITERATURE II 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/eng WORLD LITERATURE I 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/eng WORLD LITERATURE I 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/eng WORLD LITERATURE II 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/eng Summer Semester 2012 Schedule of Classes • page 17

HEMPFLING DDT 000

KELLER J H

WC 111

BENTLEY C L

WC 100

MAULDIN C S

WC 111

STAFF

CS 003 CS 004 CS 001

JOHNSON B B BUCKELEW K L BARNES M P WARREN S C SMITH C A

CS 001 CS 003

BARNES M P JOHNSON B B ALLRED J K

CS 003

SPEEKER D K JOHNSON B B JOHNSON B B BARNES M P BUCKELEW K L BARNES M P BUCKELEW K L WARREN S C SALERNO M


CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

04821

ENG272I

Evening 04828 ENG101 04829 ENG101 04830 ENG102

CR

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

WORLD LITERATURE II 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/eng

SALERNO M

ENGLISH COMPOSITION I ENGLISH COMPOSITION I ENGLISH COMPOSITION II

3 3 3

05:30P 09:15P 05:30P 09:15P 05:30P 09:15P

TUESDAY CS 003 WED CS 003 THURSDAY CS 004

SALERNO M SALERNO M BUCKELEW K L

ENGLISH VOCATIONAL 12701 COM100 INTRO TECHNICAL ENGLISH I

3

08:00A 11:50A

THURSDAY

AMBROSE P H

FLIGHT TECHNOLOGY 00101 FLT112 PROF PILOT AIRPLANE LAB I 00102 FLT122 PROF PILOT AIRPLANE LAB 2 00103 FLT124 PROF PILOT AIRPLANE LAB 3 00108 FLT126 PROF PILOT AIRPLANE LAB 4 00109 FLT132 PROF PILOT AIRPLANE LAB 5 00110 FLT134A PROF PILOT AIRPLANE LAB 6 00111 FLT136A PROF PILOT AIRPLANE LAB 7 00112 FLT138 PROF PILOT AIRPLANE LAB 8 00125 FLT200 PROF PILOT HELI LAB 1 00126 FLT210 PROF PILOT HELI LAB 2 00127 FLT211H PROF PILOT HELI LAB 3 PVT 00128 FLT212H PROF PILOT HELI LAB 4 PVT 00129 FLT213H PROF PILOT HELI LAB 5 CMML 00130 FLT214H PROF PILOT HELI LAB 6 CMML 00131 FLT215H PROF PILOT HELI LAB 7 CMML 00132 FLT216 PROF PILOT HELI LAB 8 00133 FLT217 PROF PILOT HELI LAB 9 00134 FLT218 PROF PILOT HELI LAB 10 00135 FLT219 PROF PILOT HELI LAB 11 00136 FLT220 PROF PILOT HELI LAB 12 00138 FLT221 PROF PILOT HELI LAB 13 00139 FLT222 PROF PILOT HELI LAB 14 00113 FLT240A PROF PILOT AIRPLANE LAB 9 00114 FLT242B PROF PILOT AIRPLANE LAB 10 00119 FLT244A INSTRUMENT FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR G 00115 FLT252B PROF PILOT AIRPLANE LAB 11 00116 FLT254A PROF PILOT AIRPLANE LAB 12 00117 FLT256A PROF PILOT AIRPLANE LAB 13 00118 FLT258 PROF PILOT AIRPLANE LAB 14 00120 FLT261A FUNDAMENTAL OF FLT INST G 00121 FLT262A INST METHODS OF ORAL PRESENTAT 00122 FLT264A FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR GROUND 00123 FLT281A FLIGHT INSTR INITIAL ISSUANCE 00124 FLT282A FLIGHT INSTR ADDITIONAL 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

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

GEOGRAPHY 05501 GEO100I GEOLOGY Day 05603 GLY101I Evening 05601 GLY101

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 L C MACKENTEPE L C MACKENTEPE L C MACKENTEPE L C MACKENTEPE L C MACKENTEPE L C MACKENTEPE L C MACKENTEPE L C JONES F W JONES F W JONES F W JONES F W WHITE D M WHITE D M WHITE D M JONES F W JONES F W JONES F W JONES F W JONES F W JONES F W JONES F W MACKENTEPE L C MACKENTEPE L C HARPER A R HARPER A R HARPER A R HARPER A R HARPER A R HARPER A R HARPER A R HARPER A R HARPER A R HARPER A R

WORLD REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY 3 TBA TBA Online course; For course information, contact jerrod.shields@wallacestate.edu

SHIELDS J E

INTRODUCTION TO GEOLOGY I 4 TBA TBA Online course; For course information, contact chrisine.oleary@wallacestate.edu

STAFF

INTRODUCTION TO GEOLOGY I Hybrid course; Will meet every Thursday

DANIEL R W

4

06:00P 09:15P

THURSDAY SCI 212

HEALTH CARE INFORMATION 06105 HIT110 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 3 01:00P 03:00P TU & TH TBH 408 06110 HIT110I MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 3 TBA TBA Online course; For course information, contact carol.mckelvey@wallacestate.edu 06111 HIT110I MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 3 TBA TBA Online course; For course information, contact carol.mckelvey@wallacestate.edu 06112 HIT110I MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 3 TBA TBA Online course; For course information, contact carol.mckelvey@wallacestate.edu 06109 HIT115I PATHOPHYSIOLOGY & PHARM 4 TBA TBA Online course; For course information, contact sharon.horton@wallacestate.edu 06107 HIT155I HEALTH CARE STATISTICS 2 TBA TBA Online course; For course information, contact sharon.horton@wallacestate.edu 06101 HIT232 MEDICAL CODING SYS II 3 TBA TBA Hybrid course; For course information, contact donna.stanley@wallacestate.edu 06103 HIT232I MEDICAL CODING SYS II 3 TBA TBA Online course; For course information, contact donna.stanley@wallacestate.edu

Summer Semester 2012 Schedule of Classes • page 18

CONN D T MCKELVEY C D MCKELVEY C D MCKELVEY C D HORTON S G HORTON S G STANLEY D S STANLEY D S


CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

06102

HIT233

06104

HIT233I

06106

HIT233I

06108

HIT254I

CR

TIME

DAYS

HEALTH EDUCATION Day 05902 HED224I PERSONAL & COMMUNITY HEALTH 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/webct 05904 HED231I FIRST AID 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/webct Evening 05905 HED224 PERSONAL & COMMUNITY HEALTH 3 05:30P 09:25P TUESDAY 05906 HED231 FIRST AID 3 05:30P 09:25P WED HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING 14305 ASC121 PRIN OF ELECTRICITY FOR HVAC 14302 ASC132 RESIDENTIAL AIR CONDITIONING 14301 ASC147 REFRIGERANT TRANSITION & RECOV 14303 ASC148 HEAT PUMP SYSS I 14304 ASC210 TROUBLESHOOTING HVACR SYS 14306 ASC210 TROUBLESHOOTING HVACR SYS HISTORY Day 06001 HIS101 06002 HIS101I

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

MEDICAL CODING SKILLS LAB II 1 TBA TBA Hybrid course; For course information, contact donna.stanley@wallacestate.edu MEDICAL CODING SKILLS LAB II 1 TBA TBA Online course; For course information, contact donna.stanley@wallacestate.edu MEDICAL CODING SKILLS LAB II 1 TBA TBA Online course; For course information, contact donna.conn@wallacestate.edu ORGANIZATIONAL IMPROVEMENT 3 TBA TBA Online course; For course information, contact sharon.horton@wallacestate.edu

3 3 3 3 3 3

TBA 11:00A 02:00P 08:00A 10:30A 08:00A 10:30A 11:00A 02:00P TBA

TBA M&W M&W TU & TH TU & TH TBA

STANLEY D S STANLEY D S CONN D T HORTON S G

CLEM T J CLEM T J WC 113 WC 113

BAILEY K P BAILEY K P

ASC 000 ACS 000 ASC 000 ASC 000

BUTTS S W HALL B T HALL B T HALL B T HALL B T BUTTS S W

06003 06004

HIS102 HIS102I

06005 06006 06007

HIS201 HIS201 HIS201I

06008 06016

HIS202 HIS202I

06012 06013 06015 06014 Evening 06010 06011

HIS282 HIS282V HIS283 HIS285

WESTERN CIVILIZATION I 3 10:00A 11:55A M & W CHM 002 DAVIS JR R S WESTERN CIVILIZATION I 3 TBA TBA REEVES R L Online course; For course information, contact rebecca.reeves@wallacestate.edu WESTERN CIVILIZATION II 3 01:00P 02:55P M & W CHM 002 DAVIS JR R S WESTERN CIVILIZATION II 3 TBA TBA REEVES R L Online course; For course information, contact rebecca.reeves@wallacestate.edu UNITED STATES HISTORY I 3 08:00A 09:55A M & W CHM 002 REEVES R L UNITED STATES HISTORY I 3 10:00A 11:55A TU & TH CHM 002 DAVIS JR R S UNITED STATES HISTORY 3 TBA TBA COURINGTON L A Online Course; For course information, contact leighann.courington@wallacestate.edu On-site test dates: June 25-5:00P or June 26-10:00A, July 9-5:00P or July 10-10:00A, August 1-5:00P or August 2-10:00A UNITED STATES HISTORY II 3 01:00P 02:55P TU & TH CHM 002 DAVIS JR R S UNITED STATES HISTORY II 3 TBA TBA COURINGTON L A Online Course; For course information, contact leighann.courington@wallacestate.edu On-site test dates: June 25-5:00P or June 26-10:00A, July 9-5:00P or July 10-10:00A, August 1-5:00P or August 2-10:00A GENEALOGY I 3 TBA TBA DAVIS JR R S INTRO TO GENEALOGY 3 TBA TBA DAVIS JR R S GENEALOGY II 3 TBA TBA DAVIS JR R S SOUTHERN RESEARCH 3 TBA TBA DAVIS JR R S

HIS101 HIS201

WESTERN CIVILIZATION I UNITED STATES HISTORY I

3 3

06:00P 09:50P 06:00P 09:50P

TUESDAY MONDAY

CHM 002 CHM 002

STAFF STAFF

HORTICULTURE 06205 HOC120 06206 HOC135

PLANT PROPAGATION ORNAMENTAL PLANT ID & CULTR

3 3

HOC136

RESIDENTIAL LANDSCAPE DESIGN

3

06204 06207

HOC170A HOC181

S.T./RESIDENT LANDSC & DES LAB SPECIAL TOPICS IN HORTI II

1 2

HOC182A

SPC TOPS/GREENHS PLANT PROD

3

06208

HOC230

VEGETABLE & ORCHARD CROPS

3

AGP 000 AGP 000 AGP 000 AGP 000 AGP 000 AGP 000 AGP 000 AGP 000 AGP 000 AGP 000 AGP 000 AGP 000

NETHERTON M K NETHERTON M K

06203

TUESDAY WED WED MONDAY MONDAY MONDAY WED THURSDAY MONDAY MONDAY THURSDAY THURSDAY

NETHERTON M K NETHERTON M K

06201

11:35A 03:35P 07:00A 11:00A 11:30A 12:30P 07:00A 11:00A 11:30A 12:30P 12:35P 02:35P 12:35P 03:30P 12:35P 03:30P 07:00A 11:00A 12:35P 03:30P 07:00A 11:00A 11:30A 12:30P

ACTIVITY THERAPY GROUP COUNSELING TECHNIQUES INTRODUCTION TO AGING MENTAL HEALTH WORK WITH ELDER MAINTAINING HEALTH AND WELL

3 3 3 3 3

01:30P 03:25P 11:00A 12:55P 08:30A 10:25A 11:00A 12:55P 08:30A 10:25A

TU & TH TU & TH TU & TH M&W M&W

TBH 604 TBH 604 TBH 604 TBH 604 TBH 604

BECK S K BECK S K STAFF STAFF STAFF

HUMAN SERVICES Day 06503 HUS112 06502 HUS222 06504 HUS240 06505 HUS241 06506 HUS242

Summer Semester 2012 Schedule of Classes • page 19

NETHERTON M K

NETHERTON M K NETHERTON M K


CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

Evening 06501 HUS104 HUMANITIES Day 06401 HUM101 06403 HUM101 06402

HUM101I

06404

HUM102I

Evening 06405 HUM101

CR

TIME

DAYS

FUNDAMENTAL OF HEALTH CARE 3 03:30P 05:25P M & W Hybrid course; For course information, contact susan.beck@wallacestate.edu

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR TBH 604

STAFF

INTRODUCTION TO HUMANITIES I 3 10:00A 11:55A M & W FPA 206 INTRODUCTION TO HUMANITIES I 3 01:00P 02:55P THURSDAY FPA 206 Hybrid Orientation 5/24/12 at 1:00P INTRO TO HUMANITIES 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/hum INTRO TO HUMANITIES II 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/hum

SPARKS M G SPARKS M G

INTRODUCTION TO HUMANITIES I

SPARKS M G

3

05:30P 09:15P

WED

FPA 201

SPARKS M G SPARKS M G

INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY Day 06701 ILT100 APPL ELECTR COMPUTATION 3 08:00A 09:30A TU & TH ILT 103 06702 ILT106 CONCEPTS OF DIRECT CURRENT 5 09:30A 04:00P TU & TH MINI TERM I; Hybrid course; For course information, contact gene.dudley@wallacestate.edu 06703 ILT107 CONCEPTS OF ALTERN CURRNT 5 09:30A 04:00P TU & TH ILT 103 MINI TERM II; Hybrid course; For course information, contact gene.dudley@wallacestate.edu 06704 ILT112 CONCEPTS OF DIGITAL ELECT 5 08:00A 11:30A M & W ILT 101 Hybrid course; For course information, contact tony.jetton@wallacestate.edu 06705 ILT135 LOCAL AREA NETWORKS (LANS) 3 08:00A 11:00A TU & TH ILT 101 MINI TERM ;I Hybrid course; For course information, contact tony.jetton@wallacestate.edu 06706 ILT164 CIRCUIT FABRICATION I 1 03:00P 04:00P M & W 06707 ILT169 HYDRAULICS/PNEUMATICS 3 08:00A 02:00P TU & TH ILT 102 MINI TERM II; Hybrid course 06708 ILT181M SPECIAL TOPICS MICROPROCESSORS 3 12:00P 01:30P M & W ILT 101 Hybrid course 06709 ILT195 TROUBLESHOOTING TECHNIQUES I 3 01:30P 03:00P M & W ILT 102 06710 ILT203 BIOMEDICAL ELECTRONICS I 3 TBA TBA 06711 ILT293 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION 3 TBA TBA Evening 06713 ILT195 TROUBLESHOOTING TECHNIQUES I 3 04:30P 09:00P WED ILT 102 06712 ILT218 INDUSTRIAL ROBOTICS CONCEPTS 3 04:30P 09:00P MONDAY ILT 102

HENDRIX W J HENDRIX W J

MACHINE TOOL TECHNOLOGY Day 08201 MTT127 METROLOGY

3

MCMINN G J

08202

MTT134

LATHE OPERATIONS I

3

08203

MTT135

LATHE OPERATIONS I LAB

3

08204

MTT137

MILLING I

3

08205 08206 08207

MTT138 MTT171 MTT181G

MILLING LAB I INTERMEDIATE BLUEPRINT READ ST/TOOL & CUTTER GRINDER PROC

3 3 3

LATHE OPERATIONS I LATHE OPERATIONS I LAB

3 3

Evening 08208 MTT134 08209 MTT135 MATHEMATICS Day 08039 MTH090 08040

MTH090

08037

MTH090I

08001 08002 08003 08004 08005

MTH098 MTH098 MTH098 MTH098 MTH098I

08006

MTH098I

STAFF DUDLEY G P DUDLEY G P JETTON T C JETTON T C STAFF HENDRIX W J STAFF DUDLEY G P JETTON T C JETTON T C

07:30A 09:45A 9:45A 12:30P 07:30A 09:45A 9:45A 12:30P 09:45A 03:30P 10:50A 03:30P 07:30A 09:45A 09:45A 12:30P 07:30A 03:30P 07:30A 10:50A 02:00P 03:00P 12:30P03:00P 08:00A 03:30P

MONDAY MONDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY TUESDAY WED MONDAY MONDAY THURSDAY WED MONDAY TUESDAY WED

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

MCMINN G J MINYARD J W MOON R R MCMINN G J MINYARD J W MCMINN G J MINYARD J W MOON R R MCMINN G J

05:00P 07:10P 07:10P 09:30P

MTW MTW

MTT 000 MTT 000

BRISCOE J H BRISCOE J H

WC 206

MALLARD C B

WC 206

STAFF

BASIC MATHEMATICS 3 08:00A 09:55A M T W TH Mini Term I BASIC MATHEMATICS 3 08:00A 09:55A M T W TH Mini Term II BASIC MATH 3 TBA TBA Online course; For course information, contact cindy.mallard@wallacestate.edu ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 08:00A 09:55A M & W ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 01:00P 02:55P M & W ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 08:00A 09:55A TU & TH ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 10:00 11:55A TU & TH ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 TBA TBA Online course; For course information, contact renee.quick@wallacestate.edu ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 TBA TBA Online course; For course information, contact stacey.moore@wallacestate.edu

Summer Semester 2012 Schedule of Classes • page 20

MCMINN G J

MALLARD C B HGA 012 HGA 012 HGA 010 HGA 026

MOORE S M ADAMS D G SMITH B E GURLEY J S QUICK R M MOORE S M


CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

08007 08008 08009 08010

MTH100 MTH100 MTH100 MTH100

08011 08012

MTH100 MTH100I

08013

MTH100I

08015

MTH110I

08016 08017 08018

MTH112 MTH112 MTH112I

08019

MTH112I

08020 08028

MTH113 MTH116

08029 08030 Evening 08022 08023 08026 08027

CR

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

HGA 012 HGA 019

BEASLEY K MOORE S M

MTH116 MTH125

INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 08:00A 09:55A M & W INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 10:00A 11:55A M & W INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 03:00P 04:55P TU & TH INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 10:00A 11:55A TUESDAY Hybrid/Web Assisted Orientation 5/29/12 10:00A INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 08:00A 09:55A TU & TH INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 TBA TBA Online course; For course information, contact renee.quick@wallacestate.edu INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 TBA TBA Online course; For course information, contact krystal.beasley@wallacestate.edu FINITE MATHEMATICS 3 TBA TBA Online course; For course information, contact lance.boyd@wallacestate.edu PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA 3 08:00A 09:55A TU & TH PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA 3 10:00A 11:55A M & W PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA 3 TBA TBA Online course; For course information, contact brandon.smith@wallacestate.edu PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA 3 TBA TBA Online course; For course information, contact krystal.beasley@wallacestate.edu PRECALCULUS TRIGONOMETRY 3 08:00A 09:55A TU & TH MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS 3 01:00P 02:55P TUESDAY Hybrid/Web Assisted Orientation 5/29/12 1:00P MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS 3 01:00P 02:55P M & W CALCULUS I 4 10:00A 12:40P M & W

HGA 024 HGA 010

BOYD J L SMITH B E

MTH100 MTH112 MTH126 MTH238

INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA CALCULUS II APP DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS I

HGA 012 HGA 012 HGA 019 HGA 010

MOORE S M ADAMS D G WILLOUGHBY T C SMITH B E

MATHEMATICS (VOCATIONAL) 12501 MAH101 VOC TECH MATH

HGA 024 HGA 019 HGA 010 HGA 019

BOYD J L GURLEY J S BEASLEY K QUICK R M

HGA 026

GURLEY J S QUICK R M BEASLEY K BOYD J L

HGA 024 HGA 024

BOYD J L QUICK R M SMITH B E BEASLEY K

3 3 4 3

05:30P 09:25P 05:30P 09:25P 05:30P 08:10P 05:30P 09:25P

TUESDAY WED M&W WED

3

05:00P 09:15P

THURSDAY WC 100

STAFF

MEDICAL ASSISTANT 07302 MAT200 MGMT OF OFFICE EMERGENCIES 2 09:00A 12:00P WED Online course; For course information, contact connie.allen@wallacestate.edu 07301 MAT211 CLINICAL PROC II FOR MED ASST 3 08:00A 11:00A MONDAY LAB TBA

TBH 406 TBH 405

ALLEN C C

MUSIC APPLIED 08401 MUP101 08402 MUP103 08403 MUP127 08404 MUP133 08405 MUP141 08406 MUP143 08407 MUP145 08408 MUP151 08409 MUP161 08410 MUP163 08411 MUP171 08412 MUP173 08413 MUP175 08414 MUP181 08415 MUP201 08416 MUP233 08417 MUP241 08418 MUP243 08419 MUP245 08420 MUP261 08421 MUP263 08422 MUP271 08423 MUP273 08424 MUP275 08425 MUP281

FPA 119 FPA 118 FPA 125 FPA 125 FPA 105 FPA 105 FPA 105 FPA 105 FPA 107 FPA 107 FPA 107 FPA 107 FPA 107 FPA 125 FPA 119 FPA 125 FPA 105 FPA 105 FPA 105 FPA 107 FPA 107 FPA 107 FPA 107 FPA 107 FPA 125

CHALKLEY D A SPARKS M G NEAL M A NEAL M A BURKS R L BURKS R L BURKS R L BURKS R L BEAN R G BEAN R G BEAN R G BEAN R G BEAN R G NEAL M A CHALKLEY D A NEAL M A BURKS R L BURKS R L BURKS R L BEAN R G BEAN R G BEAN R G BEAN R G BEAN R G NEAL M A

FPA 201

BEAN R G BEAN R G

PRIVATE PIANO I PRIVATE ORGAN PRIVATE DOUBLE BASS I PRIVATE GUITAR I PRIVATE FLUTE I PRIVATE CLARINET I PRIVATE SAXOPHONE I PRIVATE OBOE I PRIVATE TRUMPET I PRIVATE FRENCH HORN I PRIVATE TROMBONE I PRIVATE EUPHONIUM I PRIVATE TUBA I PRIVATE PERCUSSION I PRIVATE PIANO III PRIVATE GUITAR III PRIVATE FLUTE III PRIVATE CLARINET III PRIVATE SAXOPHONE III PRIVATE TRUMPET III PRIVATE FRENCH HORN III PRIVATE TROMBONE III PRIVATE EUPHONIUM III PRIVATE TUBA III PRIVATE PERCUSSION III

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 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 TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

MUSIC EDUCATION Day 08501 MUS101 MUSIC APPRECIATION 3 08:00A 09:55A M & W 08502 MUS101I MUSIC APPRECIATION 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/music 08503 MUS101I MUSIC APPRECIATION 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/music 08504 MUS101I MUSIC APPRECIATION 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/music

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ALLEN C C

BEAN R G BURKS R L


CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

08505

MUS115

Evening 08506 MUS101 MUSIC ENSEMBLE 08301 MUL101 08302 MUL161 08303 MUL170 08304

MUL171

08305 08306 08307

MUL201 MUL261 MUL270

08308

MUL271

NURSING 08803 NUR105 08808 NUR105 08804 08805 08806 08801 08809

NUR107 NUR108 NUR109 NUR201 NUR201

08807 08810

NUR203 NUR203

08802

NUR204

08811

NUR204

CR

TIME

DAYS

FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC 3 08:00A 09:55A Hybrid course; Orientation 5/24/12 8:00A 12:00P

THURSDAY FPA 201

BEAN R G

MUSIC APPRECIATION

3

05:00P 08:55P

MONDAY

FPA 201

BURKS R L

CLASS PIANO I CLASS FRETTED INSTRUMENTS I MUSIC WORKSHOP I Mini Term II MUSIC WORKSHOP II Mini Term II CLASS PIANO III CLASS FRETTED INSTRUMENTS III MUSIC WORKSHOP III Mini Term II MUSIC WORKSHOP IV Mini Term II

1 1 1

TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA

FPA 207 FPA 124 FPA 111

CHALKLEY D A NEAL M A BURKS R L

1

TBA

TBA

FPA 115

RICHTER T S

1 1 1

TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA

FPA 207 FPA 124 FPA 111

CHALKLEY D A NEAL M A BURKS R L

1

TBA

TBA

FPA 112

RICHTER T S

ADULT NURSING 8 08:00A 12:00P TU & TH NB ADULT NURSING 8 04:00P 06:00P TUESDAY NB Hybrid course; For course information, contact diane.wilhite@wallacestate.edu ADULT/CHILD NURSING 8 08:00A 12:00P M & W NB PSYCHOSOCIAL NURSING 3 01:00P 04:00P WED NB ROLE TRANSITION 3 01:00P 05:00P MONDAY NB NURSING THROUGH THE LIFESPAN I 5 01:00P 04:00P M & W NB NURSING THROUGH THE LIFESPAN I 5 04:00P 06:00P MONDAY NB Hybrid course; For course information, contact stephanie.turner@wallacestate.edu NSG THROUGH THE LIFESPAN III 6 08:00A 04:00P TUESDAY NB NSG THROUGH THE LIFESPAN III 6 04:00P 06:00P TUESDAY NB Hybrid course; For course information, contact katie.roper@wallacestate.edu TRANSITION TO NSG PRACTICE 4 01:00P 04:00P THURSDAY NB Hybrid course; For course information, contact laura.chapman@wallacestate.edu TRANSITION TO NSG PRACTICE 4 04:00P 06:00P THURSDAY NB Hybrid course; For course information, contact laura.chapman@wallacestate.edu

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT Day 09301 OTA223 PROF SKILLS DEVNT 3 08:00A 10:30A M & W Hybrid course; For course information, contact tammy.gipson@wallacestate.edu 09302 OTA224 SERVICE OP MANAGEMENT 3 TBA TBA Hybrid course; For course information, contact tammy.gipson@wallacestate.edu 09303 OTA245 SPLINTING 2 10:35A 02:05P M & W Hybrid course; For course information, contact gail.hyatt@wallacestate.edu 09305 OTA245 SPLINTING 2 10:00A 01:30P TU & TH Hybrid course; For course information, contact gail.hyatt@wallacestate.edu 09308 OTA253 LEVEL II FIELDWORK-B 4 02:05P 06:30P M THRU F 09307 OTA260 OTA REVIEW SEMINAR 1 07:15A 08:00A TU & TH Hybrid course; For course information, contact tammy.gipson@wallacestate.edu Evening 09306 OTA245 SPLINTING 2 06:35P 09:00P T W TH Hybrid course; For course information, contact tammy.gipson@wallacestate.edu ORIENTATION 09101 ORI101 09102

ORI101

09103

ORI101

09104

ORI101I

09105

ORI101I

09107

ORI103

09108

ORI103

09109

ORI103

09111

ORI103

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 TBA THURSDAY Meets May 24th 8:00A-4:00P only ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 TBA THURSDAY Meets May 24th 8:00A-4:00P only ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 TBA THURSDAY Meets May 24th 8:00A-4:00P only ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 TBA TBA Online course; For course information, contact, jennifer.mcrea@wallacestate.edu ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 TBA TBA Online course; For course information, contact jennifer.mcrea@wallacestate.edu Mini Term II ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) 2 TBA TBA Will meet May 24th 8-3:15 & May 25th 8-12:15 only ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) 2 TBA TBA Will meet May 24th 8-3:15 & May 25th 8-12:15 only ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) 2 TBA TBA Will meet May 24th 8-3:15 & May 25th 8-12:15 only ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) 2 01:00P 02:45P M T W TH Mini Term II

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106 106

WILHITE D B WILHITE D B

210 210 210 106 106

MOBLEY K S HARGETT A C CHAPMAN L TURNER S B TURNER S B

209 209

ROPER M K ROPER M K

209

CHAPMAN L

209

CHAPMAN L

TBH 508

GIPSON T R GIPSON T R

TBH 508

HYATT B G

TBH 508

HYATT B G

TBH 508

HYATT B G GIPSON T R

TBH 508

GIPSON T R

HGA 010

GATTIS T W

HGA 024

MCREA J A

HGA 012

DAVIS C A MCREA J A MCREA J A

WC 100

STAFF

WC 101

STAFF

WC 111

STAFF

WC 100

STAFF


CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

PARALEGAL Day 10104 PRL160 10102 PRL240 10105 PRL291 Evening 10103 PRL230 10101 PRL265 PHILOSOPHY 09501 PHL106 09502 PHL106I 09503 09504

PHL206 PHL206I

CR

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

CRIMINAL LAW AND PROCEDURE WILLS, ESTATES & TRUSTS INTERNSHIP IN PARALEGALISM

3 3 3

12:00P 01:55P 10:00A 11:55A TBA

M&W M&W TBA

BE 111 BE 111

SAPP JR R A BROOKS J L BROOKS J L

DOMESTIC LAW CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

3 3

05:30P 09:15P 05:30P 09:15P

MONDAY TUESDAY

BE 111 BE 111

BROOKS J L BROOKS J L

INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY 3 08:00A 09:55A THURSDAY FPA 206 INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/hum ETHICS AND SOCIETY 3 10:00A 11:55A TU & TH FPA 206 ETHICS AND SOCIETY 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/hum

PHYSICAL EDUCATION Day 09401 PED100 FUNDAMENTALS OF FITNESS 09402 PED101 SLIMNASTICS (BEGINNING) 09403 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 09404 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 09405 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 09406 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 09407 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 09408 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 09409 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 09410 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 09411 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 09412 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 09413 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 09414 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 09415 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 09433 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 09416 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 09417 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 09418 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 09419 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 09420 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 09421 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 09422 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 09423 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 09424 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 09425 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 09426 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 09427 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 09428 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 09429 PED109 JOGGING 09430 PED118 GEN CONDITIONING (BEGINNING) 09431 PED119 GEN CONDITIONING (INTER) 09432 PED200 FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSICAL EDU Evening 09435 PED118 GEN CONDITIONING (BEGINNING) 09434 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 09436 PED119 GEN CONDITIONING (INTER) 09437 PED240 SPORT & REC SCUBA DIVING

WALTON R L WALTON R L

3 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3

11:00A 12:15P 08:00A 09:15A 08:00A 09:15A 09:00A 10:45A 10:00A 11:15A 11:00A 12:15P 01:00P 02:15P 02:00P 03:15P 08:00A 09:15A 09:00A 10:15A 10:00A 11:15A 11:00A 12:15P 01:00P 02:15P 02:00P 03:15P 03:00P 04:15P 04:00P 05:15P 12:80A 09:15A 09:00A 10:15A 10:00A 11:15A 11:00A 12:15P 01:00P 02:15P 02:00P 03:15P 08:00A 09:15A 09:00A 10:15A 10:00A 11:15A 11:00A 12:15P 01:00P 02:15P 02:00P 03:15P 03:00P 04:15P TBA 03:30P 04:45P 03:30P 04:45P 08:00A 09:55A

TU & TH M&W M&W M&W M&W M&W M&W M&W TU & TH TU & TH TU & TH TU & TH TU & TH TU & TH TU & TH M&W M&W M&W M&W TU & TH M&W M&W TU & TH TU & TH TU & TH TU & TH TU & TH TU & TH TU & TH TBA M&W M&W M&W

WC 112 WC 112 WC 112

BAILEY K P NEWMAN C M NEWMAN C M NEWMAN C M NEWMAN C M NEWMAN C M NEWMAN C M NEWMAN C M BAILEY K P BAILEY K P BAILEY K P BAILEY K P BAILEY K P BAILEY K P BAILEY K P NEWMAN C M NEWMAN C M NEWMAN C M NEWMAN C M NEWMAN C M NEWMAN C M NEWMAN C M BAILEY K P BAILEY K P BAILEY K P BAILEY K P BAILEY K P BAILEY K P BAILEY K P BAILEY K P NEWMAN C M NEWMAN C M BAILEY K P

1 1 1 1

04:15P 05:30P 04:00P 05:15P 04:15P 05:30P 05:30P 08:00P

TU & TH M&W TU & TH THURSDAY

WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 101

BAILEY K P NEWMAN C M BAILEY K P HUTCHENS R P

WED

SCI 201

O'LEARY C

TBH 314

SMALLWOOD L S

TBH 314

SMALLWOOD L S

PHYSICAL SCIENCE 09701 PHS111 PHYSICAL SCIENCE 4 06:00P 09:15P Hybrid/Web assisted course; Will meet every Wednesday

PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT 10303 PTA120 INTRO TO KINESIOLOGY 3 01:00P 02:30P TU & TH Hybrid course; For more information visit http://pta120.posterous.com 10304 PTA120 INTRO TO KINESIOLOGY 3 08:00A 11:00A TU & TH For more information visit http://pta120.posterous.com 10301 PTA201 PTA SEMINAR 2 TBA TBA Hybrid course; For course information, contact alina.adams@wallacestate.edu 10302 PTA268 CLINICAL PRACTICUM 5 TBA TBA Class meets May 21-July 20, 2012

Summer Semester 2012 Schedule of Classes • page 23

WC 112 WC 104 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112 WC 112

WALTON R L WALTON R L

ADAMS A S STRICKLAND J E


CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

PHYSICS 09805 PHY115 09801

PHY201

09802

PHY214

09803

PHY218

CR

TECHNICAL PHYSICS 4 09:30A 04:30P Interim Term; Web Assisted 5/15-19 & 5/21-26, 2012 GENERAL PHYSICS I TRIG BASED 4 09:30A 12:45P Web Assisted GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CAL II 4 01:00P 04:15P Web Assisted MODERN PHYSICS 4 01:00P 04:15P

POLITICAL SCIENCE 09901 POL211 AMERICAN NATIONAL GOV PSYCHOLOGY Day 10201 PSY106 10202 10203 10204 10205

PSY200 PSY200 PSY200 PSY200

10206

PSY200

10207

PSY200I

10208

PSY200I

10209

PSY200I

10210

PSY200I

10216 10212 10213

PSY207 PSY210 PSY210

10214

PSY210I

10215

PSY210I

Evening 10217 PSY200 READING 10501 RDG083 10502

RDG114

RELIGION Day 10701 REL152I Evening 10702 REL151

TIME

3

12:00P 01:55P

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

TBA

SCI 201

O'LEARY C

M&W

SCI 201

O'LEARY C

M&W

SCI 201

O'LEARY C

TU & TH

SCI 201

O'LEARY C

TU & TH

BE 111

BROOKS J L

CAREER EXPLORATION 1 TBA TBA For course information, contact barbara.atchley@wallacestate.edu GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 08:00A 09:55A TU & TH CHM 002 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 01:00P 02:55P M & W TBH 116 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 10:00A 11:55A M & W TBH 116 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 10:00A 11:55A TU & TH TBH 116 Hybrid Orientation 5/24/12 10:00A 12:00P GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 01:00P 02:55P M & W LIB 600 Hybrid course; Orientation 5/28/12 at 1:00P GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 TBA TBA Online course; For course information, contact aletta.williams@wallacestate.edu GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 TBA TBA Online course; For course information, contact aletta.williams@wallacestate.edu GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 TBA TBA Online course; For course information, contact stacey.brunner@wallacestate.edu GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 TBA TBA Online course; For course information, contact donald.thompson@adjunct@wallacestate.edu PSYCHOLOGY OF ADJUSTMENT 3 01:00P 02:55P M & W TBH 604 HUMAN GROWTH & DEV 3 10:00A 11:55A M & W LIB 600 HUMAN GROWTH & DEV 3 01:00P 02:55P TU & TH TBH 116 Hybrid course; Orientation 5/24/12 at 1:00P HUMAN GROWTH & DEV 3 TBA TBA Online course; For course information, contact susan.orear@www.wallacestate.edu HUMAN GROWTH & DEV 3 TBA TBA Online course; For course information, contact susan.orear@www.wallacestate.edu

SPANISH 11301 SPA101I

REEVES R L BRUNNER S H WILLIAMSON A C BRUNNER S H WILLIAMSON A C WILLIAMSON A C WILLIAMSON A C BRUNNER S H THOMPSON D STAFF FINCHER A G BRUNNER S H OREAR S J OREAR S J

GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

3

06:00P 09:55P

TUESDAY

TBH 116

STAFF

DEVELOPMENTAL READING I Mini Term I CRITICAL READING FOR COLLEGE Mini Term I

3

01:00P 02:55P

M T W TH

WC 100

STAFF

3

01:00P 02:55P

M T W TH

WC 100

STAFF

SURVEY OF THE NEW TESTAMENT 3 TBA TBA Online course; Course information, located at www.wallacestate.edu/hum SURVEY OF THE OLD TESTAMENT

3

06:00P 08:45P

TUESDAY

RICHTER III J W FPA 206

RESPIRATORY THERAPIST 10901 RPT231 PATHOLOGY FOR THE RCP II 3 08:00A 11:00A TUESDAY TBH 216 Hybrid course; For course information, contact ken.crow@wallacestate.edu 10903 RPT234 MECHANICAL VENTILATION FOR RCP 4 08:00A 11:00A MONDAY TBH 216 Hybrid course; For course information, contact paul.taylor@www.wallacestate.edu 10904 RPT241 REHAB & HOME CARE FOR RCP 2 12:00P 03:00P TUESDAY TBH 216 Hybrid course; For course information, contact ken.crow@wallacestate.edu 10905 RPT254 PATIENT ASSESS TECH FOR RCP 2 12:00P 01:30P MONDAY TBH 216 Hybrid course; For course information, contact paul.taylor@www.wallacestate.edu SOCIOLOGY 11201 SOC200 11202 SOC200I

ATCHLEY B P

WALTON R L CROW K C TAYLOR P D CROW K C TAYLOR P D

INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY 3 10:00A 11:55A TU & TH LIB 600 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY 3 TBA TBA Online course; For course information, contact carol.chenault@adjunct.wallacestate.edu

OREAR S J CHENAULT C D

INTRODUCTORY SPANISH I 4 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/eng

SPEEKER D K

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CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

11302

SPA101I

INTRODUCTORY SPANISH I 4 TBA TBA Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/eng

SPEECH Day 11401 11402 11403 11405

SPH106 SPH106 SPH106 SPH106

11413 11407

SPH106 SPH107

FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION Hybrid course; Orientation 5/31/12 10:00A FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION FUND OF PUBLIC SPEAKING Hybrid course; Orientation 5/31/12 08:00A

Evening 11411 SPH106 11412 SPH106 THEATRE ARTS 11601 THR120I

CR

FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION

TIME

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR SPEEKER D K

3 3 3 3

08:00A 09:55A 12:30P 02:25P 10:00A 11:55A 10:00A 11:55A

M&W M&W TU & TH THURSDAY

3 3

10:00A 11:55A 08:00A 09:55A

M&W WC 101 THURSDAY WC 101

METCALF R L METCALF R L

3 3

05:30P 09:15P 05:30P 09:15P

MONDAY TUESDAY

COX M S COX M S

WC 101 SC 102 SC 104 WC 101

SC 102 SC 102

THEATER APPRECIATION 3 TBA TBA Online course; For course information, contact lauren.cantrell@wallacestate.edu

UPHOLSTERY 11702 UPH111

UPHOLSTERY FUND & DESIGN

3

07:45A 08:35A

11701 11704 11703

UPH112 UPH113 UPH121

UPHOLSTERY DESIGN FURN LAB UPHOLSTERY DESIGN AUTO LAB CORRELATING DEC ELEMENTS

3 3 3

09:00A 02:30P 09:00A 02:30P 07:45A 09:00A

11707

UPH218

EMBROIDERY DESIGN

3

07:45A 08:35A

11705

UPH225

ADV FURNITURE TECHNIQUES

3

09:00A 01:40P

11706

UPH226

ADV AUTO TECHNIQUES

3

GAS MET ARC/FLUX CORED ARC WLD GAS METAL ARC/FLUX CORED ARC L CONSUMABLE WELD PROCESSES CONSUMABLE WELD PROCESSES LAB FCAW LAB CERTIFICATION LAB CERTIFICATION LAB GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING GAS TUNGSTEN ARC FILLET LAB

WELDING Day 12002 WDT119 12004 WDT124 12003 WDT157 12005 WDT158 12008 WDT167 12006 WDT258 12007 WDT258 Evening 12009 WDT228 12010 WDT268

DAYS

WORKPLACE SKILLS DEVELOPMENT Day 12201 WKO101 WORKPLACE SKILLS DEV I 12202 WKO101 WORKPLACE SKILLS DEV I Evening 12203 WKO101 WORKPLACE SKILLS DEV I

METCALF R L COX M S LEDBETTER G L METCALF R L

CANTRELL A L

UPH 000 UPH 000 UPH 000 UPH 000 UPH 000 UPH 000 UPH 000 UPH 000 UPH 000 UPH 000

TBA

MONDAY MONDAY MONDAY WED TUESDAY TUESDAY THURSDAY THURSDAY MONDAY MONDAY TBA

SMITH K A

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

12:50P 02:20P 07:45A 12:50P 12:50P 02:20P 07:45A 12:50P 07:45A 12:50P 07:45A 12:50P 07:45A 12:50P

M&T M&T M&W W & TH M&T W & TH M&T

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

THOMPSON J A THOMPSON J A THOMPSON J A THOMPSON J A THOMPSON J A THOMPSON J A THOMPSON J A

3 3

05:00P 06:10P 06:10P 09:30P

MTW MTW

WDT 000 WDT 000

LANDERS R D LANDERS R D

1 1

10:30A 11:45A 03:00P 04:15P

TUESDAY WED

BBC CLSR BBC CLSR

JOHNSON T L JOHNSON T L

1

05:15P 06:30P

THURSDAY BBC CLSR

SMITH K A SMITH K A SMITH K A SMITH K A SMITH K A SMITH K A

TROUTMAN W G

INTERIM TERM (May 15-26) PHYSICS 09805 PHY115 TECHNICAL PHYSICS Web Assisted 5/15-19 & 5/21-26, 2012

4

09:30A 04:30P

TBA

Summer Semester 2012 Schedule of Classes • page 25

SCI 201

O'LEARY C


CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

CR

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

MINI TERM I (May 24-June 27) BUSINESS BUS291 01707

ATCHLEY B P

TBA TBA 1 ALTERNATING BUS CO-OP I For course information, contact barbara.atchley@wallacestate.edu

COMPUTER SCIENCE MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS CIS146 02526 COMPUTER PROGRAM LOGIC CIS150 02527 Hybrid Orientation 5/30/12 at 10:00A

3 3

12:00P 02:30P 10:00A 11:55A

MTWT MW

CS 009 CS 009

DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY TBH 303 08:00A 11:45A M & W 3 OBSTETRICAL SONOGRAPHY II DMS221 03701 Hybrid course; For course information, contact janet.money@wallacestate.edu TBH 303 12:15P 01:30P M & W 1 SUPERFICIAL SONOGRAPHY DMS225 03702 Hybrid course; For course information, contact donna.attawau@wallacestate.edu TBH 303 01:45P 04:15P M & W 2 SONOGRAPHY SEMINAR I DMS240 03703 Hybrid course; For course information, contact janet.money@wallacestate.edu ECONOMICS ECO231I 04003

AYERS T A AYERS T A

MONEY J E ATTAWAY D B MONEY J E

CROW G H

TBA TBA 3 PRINC OF MACROECONOMICS Online course; Course information, located at www.wallacestate.edu/business

ENGLISH ENG092 04831 ENG093 04832

BASIC ENGLISH I BASIC ENGLISH II

3 3

10:00A 11:55A 10:00A 11:55A

M T W TH M T W TH

WC 111 WC 100

BENTLEY C L MAULDIN C S

MATH 08039

BASIC MATHEMATICS

3

08:00A 09:55A

M T W TH

WC 206

MALLARD C B

DEVELOPMENTAL READING I CRITICAL READING FOR COLLEGE

3 3

01:00P 02:55P 01:00P 02:55P

M T W TH M T W TH

WC 100 WC 100

STAFF STAFF

MTH090

READING RDG083 10501 RDG114 10502

MINI TERM II (July 2-August 2) BUSINESS BUS292 01708

DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY INTRO TO ACOUSTIC PHYSICS DMS215 03706 Hybrid course; Sonography students only ECONOMICS ECO232I 04001 ENGLISH ENG093 04833 HUMANITIES HUM101I 06402 MATH 08040

MTH090

ATCHLEY B P

TBA TBA 1 ALTERNATING BUS CO-OP II For course information, contact barbara.atchley@wallacestate.edu 2

TBA

MONEY J E

TBA

TBA TBA 3 PRINC OF MICROECONOMICS Mini Term II; Online course; Course information, located at www.wallacestate.edu/business BASIC ENGLISH II

3

10:00A 11:55A

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TBA TBA 3 INTRO TO HUMANITIES Online course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/hum BASIC MATHEMATICS

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WC 206

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COURSE COURSE NAME

MUSIC ENSEMBLE 08303 MUL170 08304 MUL171 08307 MUL270 08308 MUL271 ORIENTATION 09105 ORI101I 09111

ORI103

MUSIC WORKSHOP I MUSIC WORKSHOP II MUSIC WORKSHOP III MUSIC WORKSHOP IV

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TBA TBA TBA TBA

DAYS

TBA TBA TBA TBA

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FPA 111 FPA 115 FPA 111 FPA 112

ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 TBA TBA Online course; For course information, contact jennifer.mcrea@wallacestate.edu ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) 2 01:00P 02:45P M T W TH WC 100

Schedule updates will be posted at www.wallacestate.edu/schedule.

WELLNESS CENTER A wide range of Nautilus, free weights and cardio equipment is available in the WSCC Wellness Center. You must be registered in a PED class to use the facilities.

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Summer Workshops for All Ages The Wallace State Alumni Association presents these workshops this summer, open to anyone. To register or for more information, contact Natalie Godwin, 256.352.7808, natalie.godwin@wallacestate.edu.

June 1 Cheap-Chic: Thrift Stores Shopping Trip 8 am – 4 pm Take part in this bargain expedition when we visit the America’s Thrift Store in Jasper and the Mission Possible Thrift Stores in Adamsville and Homewood. We will stop and have a “meat and three” lunch at Nikki’s West Restaurant in Birmingham. Travel is included but lunch is at your own expense. Open to all ages but those 16 and under must have a parent or guardian in attendance. Registration deadline: May 25th Fee: $20 4 Skeet Shooting and Gun Safety 8 am – 4 pm We will travel to the Big Sky Skeet and Trap Club in Lacey’s Spring for a day of fun. Shooting experts will discuss firearm safety, trap and skeet shooting, and other topics. The remainder of the day will be filled with practicing your shooting skills with clay and other targets. Transportation, all equipment including guns, shells and targets, and lunch will be provided. Open to all ages 12 and up but permission form is required from parents for those 16 and under. Registration deadline: May 25th Fee: $75 5 Outdoor Adventures at Bass Pro Shop 8 am – 4 pm An outdoor adventure awaits today at the Bass Pro Shop in Leeds, AL. Participants will be practicing their casting and fishing skills at the private outdoor lake, learning camping essentials, maybe taking a canoe or kayak out on the lake, and discussing hunting with outdoor pros. This is a “hands-on” day of fun. Transportation and lunch at Uncle Buck’s Deli is included in the registration fee. Participants may want to bring money as time will be allowed to visit the store. This workshop is open to anyone aged 12 and up. Registration deadline: May 25th Fee: $30 5 Fashion Boot Camp at Grand River 8 am – 4 pm Want to find out all the fall fashions and trends including make-up and accessories? We will visit the Outlet Shops of Grand River in Leeds, AL and have a fall preview from various stores at the Outlet. Time will be allowed for personal shopping with lunch and transportation included in the registration fee. This workshop is open to anyone aged 12 and up. Registration deadline: May 25th. Fee: $30 7 My First Time Rock Climbing 8 am – 4 pm This experience, conducted at Hurricane Creek Park, is for beginners and novices. The course, taught by professional John McCrary, includes all equipment, instruction, transportation and lunch. This workshop is open to anyone aged 12 and up but requires a parental release form for anone under the age of 18. Registration deadline: May 30th Fee: $50 11-14 The Art of 3D Filmmaking 8 am – 4 pm This workshop will explore the process and roles in producing a 3D short film. Participants will be exposed to areas of 3D film production including: script supervision, lighting and sound, production assisting, 3D design, visual and special effects, camera operation/filming, directing, and editing. Lunch is included each day. This workshop is open to anyone aged 12 and up. Registration deadline: June 1st Fee: $80 25– 29 Bio-Tech Institute 8:30 am – 3 pm This is a free summer camp for high school students, ages 16 – 18, interested biotechnology. The program will consist of instruction, handson labs, and field trips. Students who complete the institute will receive a $100 stipend. This program is funded by the ARC STEM Innovation Project and is limited to 32 participants

July 10 Games People Play: Board Game Tourney 8:30 am – 4 pm We will pick some favorite board games (perhaps Monopoly, Sorry, Scrabble, Battleship, etc.) and have a tournament to crown the grand champion for each board game selected. Prizes will be awarded to the winners and lunch is included in the registration fee. This workshop is open to anyone aged 10 and up. Registration deadline: July 5th Fee: $20 11 Learning to Read Music 8:30 am – 4 pm So you don’t have a clue about how to read music or know just enough to get confused about reading notes. In order to learn to read music you need to understand the structure. It’s just like learning a new language. Learn the notes and how they are shown and relate to an instrument and learn rhythm and how notes show that rhythm. This workshop will cover the basics of rhythm, notes, keys, scales, intervals, and chords. Lunch is included in the registration fee. This program is designed for those aged 10 and above. Registration deadline: July 5th. Fee: $20 12 Song Writing Workshop 8:30 am – 4 pm Songs inspire hope, break hearts, rock worlds, unite people, shake booties, and turns blahs into blues. Come to this workshop and encourage the songwriter in you by tapping into your own resources, stories, and memories for song ideas. We will talk about the practice of songwriting, how melody makes the lyrics “sing”, and how to write the “hook” – the part that gets into your head and won’t shake loose. Lunch is included in the registration fee. This program is designed for anyone aged 10 and above. Registration deadline: July 5th. Fee: $20 16-19 Visual Arts Institute 8:30 am – 5 pm The Institute allows for immersion in various visual art media including drawing, puppetry, painting, ceramic sculpture, mixed media, recycled art production, and computer graphics. Open studio time will provide time for individual exploration and/or completion of projects under the direction of an artist and participants will take home art supplies to continue . Daily lunch is provided in the registration fee. This program is designed for those aged 12 and above. This program has been made possible by grants from the Alabama State Council on the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts. Registration deadline: July 9th. Fee: $75 17 Tech U: Intro to iPad and its Apps 8:30 – 11:30 am The iPad has revolutionized portable computing space. This tablet is known for its sleek form, ease of use and wide variety of available apps (more than 140,000). In this session you will explore the iPad, learn tricks for use, and review some of the more popular – and less known – apps. Registration deadline: July 10th. Fee: $15 31

Algebra Preparation Workshop Geometry Preparation Workshop English Preparation for Middle School English Preparation for High School Deadline for registration: July 25th Fee for any of these workshops: $20

8 –10 am 10:30 am–12:30 pm 10:30 am–12:30 pm 1 – 3 pm

31 Preparing for the ACT Test 2– 6:30 pm This workshop will help you learn strategies to improve your test-taking approach and will provide a “brush up” on test components including Science Reasoning, Math, English, and Reading, and Writing. Preparing for the test, what to expect on test day, and practice exam questions will be included in this session. The fee includes a Princeton Review Cracking the ACT take-home workbook for use after the workshop to continue practice at home. Registration deadline: July 25th Fee: $75

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Short-Term Training NREMT (Paramedic) Exam Review This course will provide an in-depth review for recent paramedic school graduates planning to take the NREMT exam. Test-taking, study strategies and analysis of NREMT type questions will be offered along with a focused review of each NREMT content area. Fee: $100 Mondays, May 28-July 30 5:30-8:00pm, Bevill 615 EMR (Emergency Medical Responder) The Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) course is an entrylevel emergency medical provider course that prepares individuals for a position in a variety of pre-hospital, industrial, and first responder settings as an employee or volunteer. The successful completion of an approved EMR course can be a prerequisite to pursuing training as a Fire Fighter and many Law Enforcement programs as well. Fee: $75 Tuesday and Thursday, May 24-July 31 5:30-8:00pm, Bevill 615 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. Free information session: Tuesday, August 14, 6:00pm at the Bevill Building Room 408 Class Schedule: Tuesdays and Thursdays, September 4November 13, 5:00 pm-9:00 pm 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 PHLEBOTOMY TECHNICAIN 7-week program This course is designed to train individuals to collect quality blood samples properly from patients and interact with health care personnel. Free information session: Tuesday, July 17, 6:00 pm in the Bevill Building room 408 Class Schedule: Tuesdays and Thursdays, August 21-October 30, 5:00 pm-8:30 pm 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

NON-CREDIT COURSES AVAILABLE THROUGH WORKFORCE AND COMMUNITY EDUCATION AT WALLACE STATE-HANCEVILLE 256.352.8040 • www.wallacestate.edu/community CDL TRAINING Commercial Truck Driver Class A four week instructional program that prepares individuals to apply knowledge and skills to drive trucks and buses, delivery vehicles, for-hire vehicles, and other commercial vehicles. Schedule: Monday-Thursday. Call for dates Fee: $1,600 + $200 testing fee and $4 liability insurance fee. WIA approved Location: Diesel Mechanics Call for available class dates. Classes begin every four weeks. 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, 5:30pm-9:30 pm (enroll at any time) Fee $2,000, WIA approved Location: Welding Department COMPUTER SKILLS Microsoft Exel 2010 Date/Time:Tuesdays, July 17, 24, 5:30-8:30 pm Location: TBA $50 Microsoft Office 2010 Date/Time:Tuesdays, June 26, July 3, 10, 5:30-8:30 pm Location: TBA $50 BUSINESS MANAGEMENT Online non-credit courses are available to assist supervisors and administrative professionals in developing better skills for their jobs. Examples: • Fundamentals of Supervision • Management I and II • Customer Service Fundamentals • Manufacturing Fundamentals • Six Sigma: Total Quality Fundamentals • Employment Law Fundamentals • Administrative Assistant Applications • And many more! To register and pay online, visit http://www.ed2go.com/wsccwfd and choose from the courses listed under “Business Administration and Management.”

For more information contact 256.352.8040. To register contact 256.352.8243. Spring Semester 2012 Schedule of Classes • page 29


Community Education Wallace State Community Education provides a variety of classes designed to enrich your life. Find a class that interests you, or contact Melinda Edwards at 256.352.8172 to suggest a class or topic. The registration deadline is three days prior to the first day of class. Tuition is due at the time of registration. There will be no refunds after the registration deadline. Tuition may be paid in person at the Cashier’s Office or by mail; credit cards are accepted in person or by phone. To register, contact Mary Ann Hall at 256.352.8243. For more information, contact Teresa Gibbs at 256.352.8040. Creative Arts _______________________________________________ INTRO TO DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY ($75) 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 Tuesdays, April 17, 24 May 1, 8, 5, 22, 6-8 pm, Burrow ADVANCED DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY ($75) Pre-requisite course-Intro to Digital Photography or permission of instructor, Theresa Burns. 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 as well. Thursdays, July 10, 17, 24, 31 August 7, 14, 6-8 pm, Burrow INTRO TO PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS 8 ($75) Pre-requisite for this course-Must already be familiar with the computer. Topics included are making files and introduction to the various tools in the Tool Box, opening and naming files, options bar, menu bar, palette bin, cropping and resizing images and simple enhancements. Instructor, Theresa Burns Tuesdays, April 19, 26 May 3, 10, 17, 23, 6-8 pm, Burrow ADVANCED PHOTOSHOP ELEMENTS 8 ($75) Pre-requisite for this course is Introduction to Photoshop Elements or permission of instructor, Theresa Burns. Topics will include portrait retouching and brush tools, learning to enhance, restore and color additions, filters, frames, adjustment layers, effects controls and panoramic. Thursdays, July 12, 19, 26 August 2, 16, 23, 6-8 pm, Burrow DRAWING FOR THE ABSOLUTE BEGINNER ($99) Online at www.ed2go/wscc-wfd DISCOVER DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY ($99) Online at www.ed2go/wscc-wfd INTRODUCTION TO PHOTOSHOP CS4 ($99) Online at www.ed2go/wscc-wfd

Home & Garden _______________________________________________ GROWING PLANTS FOR FUN AND PROFIT ($99) Online at www.ed2go/wscc-wfd

START A PET SITTING BUSINESS ($99) Online at www.ed2go/wscc-wfd REAL ESTATE INVESTING ($99) Online at www.ed2go/wscc-wfd INTRODUCTION TO INTERIOR DESIGN ($99) Online at www.ed2go/wscc-wfd GOING GREEN AT HOME ($99) Online at www.ed2go/wscc-wfd

Language and Education __________________________________________________ SPEED SPANISH ($99) Online at www.ed2go/wscc-wfd MERRILL REAM SPEED READING ($99) Online at www.ed2go/wscc-wfd SAT/ACT TEST PREPARATION – PART 1 ($99) Online at www.ed2go/wscc-wfd GMAT PREPARATION ($99) Online at www.ed2go/wscc-wfd GRE PREPARATION – PART 1 (VERBAL AND ANALYTICAL) ($99) Online at www.ed2go/wscc-wfd GRE PREPARATION – PART 2 (QUANTITATIVE) ($99) Online at www.ed2go/wscc-wfd

Work & Life Balance __________________________________________________ ACCOUNTING FUNDAMENTALS ($99) Online at www.ed2go/wscc-wfd OUTSMART YOUR SMARTPHONE ($30) Does your child know more about your phone than you? This course is intended to help participants learn how to access and use the most popular features of new smartphones and will include information about service carriers; information syncing; how to access and use audio and video; maintenance; and basic phone applications. Participants also will learn about emerging technologies, models, and features common to all phones. Thursdays- June 21, 28, 5:30 to 8:00 pm Cullman Area Chamber of Commerce

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Community Education COUPONING ($20) Money tight these days? After this course, participants should be able to save 50% off their grocery bill immediately and up to 80% in the future. Only $20 for this course! May 1, 6-8:00pm, $20, Bevill Room 408 June 5, 6-8:00pm, $20, Bevill Room 408 July 10, 6-8:00pm, $20, Bevill Room 408 Must register in advance by calling 256.352.8243 HOME DECORATING SEWING ($55) 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. Wednesdays, May 23-June 27, 3-5 pm, Uphostery Department. BEGINNING GOLF ($50) Golf Pro Chess Harris will instruct this course for beginners. Golf clubs as well as everything needed will be provided for the use of the student during the course. June 5, 12 and 19, 4-5 pm Cullman Municipal Golf Course BALLROOM DANCING ($30) 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 makeup and progress. Classes begin every four weeks. Call 256.352.8243 for dates and to register. ADVANCED BALLROOM DANCING ($30) 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. Classes begin every four weeks. Call 256.352.8243 for dates and to register. PROTECT YOUR MONEY, CREDIT, AND IDENTITY ($99) Online at www.ed2go/wscc-wfd INTRODUCTION TO QUICKBOOKS 2010 ($99) Online at www.ed2go/wscc-wfd INTRODUCTION TO SQL (Structured Query Language) ($99) Online at www.ed2go/wscc-wfd CREATING WEB PAGES ($99) Online at www.ed2go/wscc-wfd A to Z GRANT WRITING ($99) Online at www.ed2go/wscc-wfd GENEALOGY BASICS ($99) Online at www.ed2go/wscc-wfd

YOGA ($59) Come join us for a time of stretching and strength building that is sure to leave you de-stressed and energized! This class is based on the yoga model that creates a class for all body types and flexibility levels. This class is for anyone interested in improving balance, strength and flexibility. Note: Student to bring a traditional yoga mat. Call for date and time. Location: TBA To register call 256.352.8243 INTRODUCTION TO NATURAL HEALTH & HEALING ($99) Online at www.ed2go/wscc-wfd

Lifelong Learning --For ages 55 and older-- For a $25/class fee (excluding Cake Decorating), adult students may take the following courses through the Lifelong Learning Center. Some supplies are required and are specified in the course description. There are no requirements other than a minimum age of 55 and an interest in continued learning. To register in person, visit the WSCC Admissions Office. To register by phone, call 256.352.8243. Tuition must be paid at the time of registration. Registration must be complete 3 days prior to the class. For more information, call 256.352.8040. COMPUTERS FOR SENIORS Tuesdays-June 5, 12, 19, 1-4:00pm Location: TBA ADVANCED COMPUTERS FOR SENIORS Tuesdays-June 26, July 3, 10, 1-4:00 pm Location: TBA DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY FOR SENIORS Tuesdays-July 17, 24, 1-4:00 pm Location: TBA FACEBOOK FOR SENIORS Tuesdays-August 7, 14, 1-4:00 pm Location: TBA HOME DECORATING SEWING Wednesdays-May 23 thru June 27, 3-5:00 pm Location: Upholstery Dept. BALLROOM DANCING Tuesdays-TBA, 6-7:00pm Location: Burrow Choreography Room Classes begin every 4 weeks. Call 256.352.8243 for dates. ADVANCED BALLROOM DANCING Tuesdays-TBA, 7-8:00pm Location: Burrow Choreography Room Classes begin every 4 weeks. Call 256.352.8243 for dates.

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Building Codes BUILDING

CODE

MAP #

AGP

29

HISTORY/VOC.ED.

AUTO BODY REPAIR

ABR

23

HVAC

AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNOLOGY

AUM

23

LIBRARY

AGRICULTURE/FORESTRY

BUILDING

CODE

MAP #

VE

14

ASC

14

LIB

19

BAILEY CENTER

JBC

1

MATH

HGA

10

BANQUET HALL/COMMERCIAL FOODS

CFS

11

CTR FOR ECONOMIC & WORKFORCE DEVEL

AVC

21

BASEBALL STADIUM/CLASSROOM

BBS

20

MACHINE TOOL TECHNOLOGY

MTT

26

BIOLOGY

BIO

13

NURSING EDUCATION

NB

7

BURROW CTR FOR FINE & PERFORMING ARTS

FPA

36

PHYSICS/SCIENCE

SCI

13

BE

16

POULTRY DIAGNOSTICS LAB

PDL

27

CHM

13

STUDENT CENTER

CS

8

COSMETOLOGY

COS

16

DRAFTING

DDT

9

DRAKE COLISEUM

COL

31

DIESEL MECHANICS

DEM

28

ELECTRONICS

ILT

9

GENERAL STUDIES

GS

12

HEALTH SCIENCE

HS

6

BUSINESS EDUCATION CHEMISTRY COMPUTER SCIENCE/ENGLISH

SC

17

TBH

4

UPHOLSTERY

UPH

14

WELDING

WDT

28

WC

32

TOM BEVILL HEALTH EDUCATION

WELLNESS CENTER

CONSTRUCTION UPDATE: Please pardon our progress. Visit www.wallacestate.edu or call 256.352.8000 for the latest information on office and class relocations due to construction on campus.

OFFICE RELOCATION INFORMATION Due to ongoing construction on the James C. Bailey Center, the following offices have relocated to other areas on campus: Ready to Work to Baseball Stadium Classroom ADMISSIONS, Enrollment Management to Student Center Fast Track to Library 5th Floor ACTION CENTER / STUDENT ADVISING, Planning and Assessment to Coliseum, 2nd Floor BUSINESS OFFICE, CASHIER & Insitutional Development to Coliseum, 2nd Floor FINANCIAL AID Marketing to Burrow Center are now located in the Switchboard/Mail to Bookstore Basement mobile units between the Tom Bevill Health MIS to Biology Building 206 Talent Search to General Studies Building and the Health Sciences Building. Upward Bound to General Studies WSCC Career Services to Student Center Human Resources to HGA Campus Map inside back cover. President's Office to Bevill Building 7th Floor Visit www.wallacestate.edu for updates. Vice-Presidents' Offices to Bevill Building 1st Floor Institutional Outreach to Bevill Building 4th Floor Advanced Visualization Center to Biology Building, 2nd Floor

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2012 Summer Semester Schedule