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CURRICULUM

SUMMER 2012 CURRICULUM SCHEDULE OF COURSES

Admission Information ...................................................2 Calendar ........................................................................3 Campus Cruiser Information..........................................4 Campus Map ...............................................................16 Exam Schedule .............................................................3 Summer 2012 Classes .............................................9-14 General WCC Information ..........................................6-7 Academic Skills Center...............................................6 College Transfer Advising Center ...............................6 Counseling Services ...................................................6 Distance Education.....................................................6 Honors Program .........................................................6 Student Government Association ............................... 6 The Writing Center .....................................................6 WCC Bookstore ..........................................................6 WCC Library ...............................................................7 Instructional Method Guide............................................7 Mission Statement .........................................................2 Moodle Information ........................................................5 Registration Information ................................................2 Semester Schedule Legends ........................................8 Course Section Legend ..............................................8 How To Read A Credit Course Schedule .................... 8 Locations ....................................................................8 Schedule Legend........................................................8 Seymour Johnson AFB Calendar and Information ........ 4 WCC Bookstore and the Higher Education Opportunity Act ............................ 15

3000 Wayne Memorial Drive Goldsboro, NC 919-735-5151 • www.waynecc.edu CREATING SUCCESS FOR YOU! hoPe • oPPorTunITy • jobs

SUMMER 2012 CLASSES BEGIN MAY 22, 2012


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MISSION STATEMENT

Wayne Community College is a learning-centered, public, two year college with an open door admissions policy. Through its programs and services, the College develops a highly skilled and competitive workforce for Wayne County. The College offers high quality, affordable, and accessible learning opportunities to those it serves. In order to fulfill our mission most effectively, the college strives to: a) Assist students in developing both personal and marketable skills through lifelong learning. b) Enable students to continue their education at other institutions. c) Increase the global and cultural awareness of our students and the greater community. d) Provide training for local businesses, industries, and government. e) Enhance the quality of life in the community.

ADMISSION INFORMATION Career Programs/Associate Degree/ Diploma and Certificate Students

To enroll in a career (curriculum) program to earn an associate degree, a diploma, or certificate, follow these admissions procedures: 1. Request an application. 2. Return the completed application to the Office of Admissions and Records. 3. Request all high school and college transcripts to be mailed to the Office of Admissions and Records. 4. Complete placement testing and admissions interview. When these procedures are completed you will be notified of your enrollment status.

Individual Courses/ Special Students

Students who choose to take individual courses rather than commit to a career program are considered Special Students. Special Students may apply satisfactorily completed credit courses toward a degree or diploma at a later time if they wish.

Wayne Community College Services Call 735-5151

Admissions - 739-6720 Counseling (Personal, Career, Educational) - 739-6732 Financial Aid - 739-6735 Veterans Affairs - 739-6739

SUMMER 2012

REGISTRATION INFORMATION Please Apply Early! EXPENSES TUITION FOR FALL TUITION activity fees TECHNOLOGY FEE

In-State Out-of-State $1,064.00 $4,136.00 30.00 30.00 16.00 16.00

TOTAL

$1,110.00 $4,182.00

Tuition for students taking fewer than 16 semester hours is $66.50 per semester hour for in-state students and $258.50 per semester hour for out-of-state students. Part-time students enrolled for six or more semester hours credit will be charged a $30 student activity fee and $16 technology fee; those enrolled for less than six semester hours will be charged a $15 student activity fee and a $8 technology fee. No student activity will be charged during the Summer Term. NOTE: TUITION IS SET BY STATE POLICY AND SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE. NOTE: FEES ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.

REFUNDS

In accordance with NCAC 2D.0202, a refund can not be made except under the following circumstances: 1. A 100 percent refund shall be made if the student officially withdraws prior to the first day of class(es) of the academic semester as noted in the college calendar. Also, a student is eligible for a 100 percent refund if the class in which the student is officially registered fails to “make” due to insufficient enrollment. 2. A 75 percent refund shall be made if the student officially withdraws from the class(es) prior to or on the official 10 percent point of the semester. 3. For classes beginning at times other than the first week (seven calendar days) of the semester, a 100 percent refund shall be made if the student officially withdraws from the class prior to the first class meeting. A 75 percent refund shall be made if the student officially withdraws from the class prior to or on the 10 percent point of the class. NOTE: TUITION REFUNDS, STUDENT ACTIVITY REFUNDS, AND TECHNOLOGY REFUNDS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED FOR AMOUNTS OF ($5.00) OR LESS, EXCEPT WHEN A COURSE OR CURRICULUM FAILS TO MATERIALIZE; THEN ALL THE STUDENTS’ TUITION SHALL BE REFUNDED.

Summer Semester 2012 Registration DayS See calendar on page 3 for dates and times.

Classes Begin: mAY 22, 2012


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SUMMER Semester 2012 Calendar

APRIL 16-18 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 19 1:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Priority Registration for Summer 2012 (for students enrolled Spring 2012*) Tuition payment is due by May 7, 2012 at 4 p.m.** Open Priority Registration Tuition payment is due by May 7, 2012 at 4 p.m.**

MAY 21 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m. 22 28 29

Open Registration Tuition payment is due by May 21, 2012 at 7 p.m.** First Day for All Summer Classes Memorial Day Holiday Last day to receive a 75% refund for Campus Summer Classes

JUNE

Midterm Last Day to Withdraw from Classes

25 28

JULY 4 5 9-12 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 16 1:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. 30 31

July 4th Holiday Summer Break for Faculty & Students Priority Registration for Fall 2012 (for students enrolled Spring 2012 and Summer 2012*) Tuition payment is due by August 2, 2012 at 4:00 p.m.** Open Registration Tuition payment is due by August 2, 2012 at 4:00 p.m.** Drop-Add for Preregistered Students Tuition payment is due by August 2, 2012 at 4:00 p.m.** Last Day of Summer Classes Reading Day

AUGUST 1-2

Exams

* Contact Departments for Preregistration Schedule. ** This payment may be made at the cashier’s office (Dogwood 140) on campus or mailed to Wayne Community College, P.O. Box 8002, Goldsboro, NC 27533-8002 Attention: Cashier’s Office.

2012 Summer EXAM SCHEDULE Wednesday, August 1

All classes starting between 8:00 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. and ending before 10:20 a.m.

Thursday, August 2

8:00 a.m. - 9:50 a.m. 10:00 a.m. - 11:50 a.m.

All classes starting between 10:15 a.m. - 11:20 a.m. and ending before 12:30 p.m.

All classes starting between 11:25 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. and ending before 1:40 p.m.

12:00 p.m. - 1:50 p.m.

All classes starting between 12:40 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.

All classes starting between 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.

2:00 p.m. - 3:50 p.m.

All classes starting after 3:05 p.m.

All Other Not Specified

4:00 p.m. - 5:50 p.m.

All Other Not Specified

All Other Not Specified

Exam Times

All classes starting between 9:05 a.m. - 10:10 a.m. and ending before 11:30 a.m.

Wayne Community College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404-679-4500 for questions about the accreditation of Wayne Community College. The Commission on Colleges may be contacted only if there is evidence that Wayne Community College is significantly non-compliant with a requirement or standard. Accreditation standards are located at: http://www.sacscoc.org/principles.asp The purpose for publishing the Commission ‘s access and contact numbers is to enable interested constituents (1) to learn about the accreditation status of the institution, (2) to file a third-party comment at the time of the institution’s decennial review, or (3) to file a complaint against the institution for alleged non-compliance with a standard or requirement. Inquiries about Wayne Community College, such as admission requirements, financial aid, educational programs, etc. should be addressed directly to Wayne Community College and not the Commission’s office. Wayne Community College is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action College and accommodates the needs of individuals with disabilities. It is the intent of the College that all courses be accessible to all qualified students. It is the student’s responsibility to make his or her disability known sixty days prior to enrollment. The student must request academic adjustments by contacting the Disability Services Counselor at 919-739-6728. Student Right-to-Know: Information regarding the persistence rate of enrolled students toward graduation and transfer-out-rate is available in the Office of Admissions and Records. Student rights under FERPA are available at www.ed.gov/policy/gen/guid/fcpo/ferpa/index.html or in the Office of Admissions and Records and in the Office of Counseling Services. Wayne Community College issues this schedule for the purpose of furnishing prospective students and other interested persons with information about the institution and its programs. Announcements contained herein are subject to change without notice and may not be regarded in the nature of binding obligations on the college or state. Efforts will be made to keep changes to a minimum, but changes in policy by the State Board of Community Colleges, the Community College System, or by local conditions may make some alterations in curriculums, fees, etc., necessary. For additional information, contact the college at (919) 735-5151 or visit our Web site at www.waynecc.edu. Wayne Community College is a tobacco-free institution.


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seymour johnson afb CALENDAR SUMMER TERM MAY 22 - JULY 23, 2012 Active Duty Registration May 9 - May 22, 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. May 21, 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Campus Registration May 21, 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Visiting Students (On Base) May 21, 8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

Classes Begin - may 22, 2012

100% refund - drop by: May 21 75% refund as follows: M-TH classes attend /drop by: Tuesday, May 29 M&W classes attend/drop by: Wednesday, May 30 T&TH classes attend/drop by: Thursday, May 24

Holidays

Memorial Day, Monday May 28 Summer Break, July 4 and 5 Last day to drop and receive a “W” Thursday, June 28 NOTE: YOU MUST BE ABLE TO DRIVE YOURSELF TO AND FROM BASE CLASSES. PASSES WILL NOT BE ISSUED FOR “DRIVER’S ONLY” UNLESS THE STUDENT HAS A DISABILITY. STUDENTS WHO DO NOT ATTEND CLASSES AT LEAST ONCE BY THE “ATTEND BY” DATES LISTED ABOVE WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO ATTEND CLASSES Security clearance forms must be completed each term. Forms can be accessed on our web page: www.waynecc.edu

seymour johnson afb INFORMATION ATTENTION MILITARY! At Wayne Community College, our number one objective is to “give all students marketable skills.” If you are military and/ or transitioning to a civilian career, we would like to discuss options with you. Visit our office at the Watkins Das Base Education center or call Dori Fraser on Base at (919)739-6765. CIVILIANS WELCOME! To have access to Seymour Johnson AFB, civilian students need a background security check. This form is available online at www.

waynecc.edu. Students must submit the Background Security Form each term for clearance to the base. Click on the red “Students Start Here” tab, look for the “SJAFB Civilian access” link found under FUTURE or CURRENT students. Guidelines and steps for attending base classes are also listed under this link. If you need additional information please contact, Dori Fraser (919) 739-6765. NOTE: Wayne Community College operates by the standard clock from 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

CAMPUS CRUISER WCC Campus Cruiser, or WCC Cruiser, is a Webbased portal that enables the college to provide all students with free e-mail accounts and 24/7 access to their student records and online services. The WCC cruiser e-mail is the college’s primary means of student communication for instructor correspondence, registration dates and times, award letters, final grades, tax documentation, and general campus announcements. Students can access personal records such as course schedules, grades, GPA, financial profile, financial aid reports, etc. Online services include online registration, class searches, and electronic tuition payments. Refer to the College Website at www.waynecc.edu for more information. Notes on Student e-mail: Check it often and keep it cleaned out. If your e-mail box gets full, it will block e-mails and you may not receive critical information from instructors and other important

communications such as pre-registration dates.

REGISTER ONLINE

Students who have enrolled in classes during the previous academic year (Fall, Spring and Summer) will be eligible to register online through Campus Cruiser. All new students must come to campus to register and will have Campus Cruiser access the first day of classes.

SUPPORT

If you need assistance, call 919-739-7029 or 919-7397027 or send an e-mail to wcc-de@waynecc.edu.

TO ACCESS CAMPUS CRUISER:

Go to www.waynecc.edu • Click the Campus Cruiser link on the right side of the page. • Log In information is on the Campus Cruiser site.


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MOODLE moodle.waynecc.edu MOODLE ACCESS

The college’s primary online course platform is Moodle. Courses may be entirely online or may be used to web enhance face to face classes, called hybrid classes and supplemental. Students must access all online, hybrid and supplemental courses using Moodle via the Internet. For more information and access instructions go to moodle.waynecc.edu (For other platforms such as Course Compass, My Math Lab, or Web Assign, etc., access and user information will be provided by the course instructor in the seated course). If you are enrolled in an Online course you must access the course and complete initial assignments within the first 48 hours of the day your class is scheduled to begin. Note: Online courses will be available after 8 a.m., the day your class is scheduled to begin.

Requirements for Online Courses:

1. It is recommended online students complete or test out of RED 090. 2. Have a reliable Desktop or Laptop computer with Windows XP or better with a minimum of 512mb of RAM and 2G of free hard disk space. 3. Have a reliable Internet connection with at least a 56K modem (high speed internet connection is recommended.) 4. Be able to compose, send and receive e-mail with attachments. 5. Have and be able to compose and save files using Microsoft Word. 6. The latest version of your web browser. Firefox is recommended. 7. Be able to use an Web browser, conduct searches, download and/or upload files from the Internet. 8. If applicable, obtain or download additional software required for the course. 9. Complete and submit all coursework on time. In

order to remain enrolled in the online course, students are expected to maintain academic progression through the course. Students who have not accessed and/or participated in a course in any two week period may be dropped.

TO ACCESS TO YOUR ONLINE COURSE: Step 1 - Go to www.waynecc.edu • Click the Moodle link on the right side of the page. • Log In information is on the Moodle site.

Step 2 - To enter your course: • Once logged in, click the title of the course(s). If you do not see the course(s) for which you registered and paid tuition, contact the admissions office 919-739-6720. Step 3 - To stay enrolled in the course, you must: • In the first 48 hours of the class start time, you must read the welcome announcements and complete initial assignments, the student verification and/or icebreaker activity. • For additional information, please visit www.waynecc.edu/de If you would like to preview a WCC Moodle course site: • Go to moodle.waynecc.edu Type “wccguest” for your user name and “wccguest” for your password. • Click the title of the WCC Moodle Demo Course. • Click the “Logout” button to exit. NOTE: Online courses will be available after 8 a.m., the day your class is scheduled to begin. Please refer to your class schedule to determine your class start date. You must access the course site and complete initial assignments within 48 hours of the class start time. If you need assistance, call 919-739-7029 or 919-739-7027 or send an e-mail to wcc-de@waynecc.edu.

Continuing Education Services Now has ITS Own Schedule! Pick Up Your Copy Today or View It Online.

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GENERAL WCC INFORMATION ACADEMIC SKILLS CENTER

The Academic Skills Center offers academic assistance to Wayne Community College students and community members preparing to enter WCC. The Center offers one-on-one, small group, and computer-assisted instruction. Professional educators are available to assist students in reading, English, mathematics, and the sciences. The Center also offers a peer-tutoring program, which gives students the opportunity to be tutored by other students who have been successful in their classes. The mission of the Academic Skills Center is to facilitate learning and provide students with the maximum opportunity to succeed. Academic Skills Center hours are Monday - Thursday, 7:45 a.m.-8 p.m.

COLLEGE TRANSFER ADVISING CENTER

The College Transfer Advising Center offers students pursuing Associate of Arts, and Associate of Science, and Associate in General Education degrees a central location to seek academic advising. The goal of the Advising Center is to serve, guide, and support students preparing to transfer to a four-year college or preparing to apply for limited admission health science programs. The center is open from 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Monday through Wednesday, 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Thursday. The Advising Center is located in the Wayne Learning Center, room 137. For more information, call 919-739-6755.

COUNSELING SERVICES

Counselors are available to assist students with academic and personal concerns and to facilitate educational and career planning. Information about programs of study, disability services, short-term clinical counseling and community referrals, and placement testing are services provided by the counseling staff. For additional information, or to schedule an appointment, call 919-739-6732.

DisTANCE EDUCATION

Distance Education offers an alternative to the traditional classroom and is a convenient way for students seeking flexibility in their lives and class schedules to earn course credit. Online Courses have specific requirements and are not appropriate for every student. If you are considering taking a distance education course, please read all the information on pages 4-5. For Admissions and Records information, refer to page 2. The college’s course management system is Moodle. For more information and Moodle access instructions, refer to pages 4-5. NOTE: Online

courses typically require the same amount if not more work and time as your face-to-face courses.

HONORS PROGRAM

The purpose of the Honors Program is to offer a challenging educational atmosphere of enrichment and exploration for students of high academic achievement. The program is designed for students who have excelled in the classroom, who have proven to be self-disciplined in their studies, and who have demonstrated a commitment to learning. The Honors Program includes opportunities for service-learning, leadership training, and extended studies. The aim for Wayne Community College is to help accelerated students better prepare themselves for leadership roles in their profession and in the community. For more information, contact Brandon Jenkins, Honors Coordinator. Call 919-739-6841, e-mail: bmjenkins@ waynecc.edu, or visit Azalea, 324.

STUDENT GOVERNMENT ASSOCIATION

The Student Government Association acts as an intermediary between the student body and the administration of the College, serving as a student forum representing the student’s views to the College faculty and administration. All students who pay activity fees are members of the Student Government Association.

THE WRITING CENTER

The Writing Center offers individual assistance in the writing process to curriculum students in all programs and is located in WLC 220. The Writing Center will be closed for the summer semester.

WCC BOOKSTORE

Wayne Community College maintains a bookstore for the convenience of students. Course supplies and required textbooks, as well as novelties, clothing and graduation attire may be purchased in the bookstore. Visit our website at http://www.wayneccbookstore.com for fast and easy textbook information and ordering. Our hours of operation are Monday and Thursday from 8:30 a.m.-4 p.m, Tuesday and Wednesday from 8:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Our return policy allows student two days from the purchase date to return merchandise, with the original receipt. Books must be in the same condition as purchased and original shrink wrap. Students may sell books back at any time during the year except at the beginning of each semester while financial aid is open for charging. Let us help you with your textbook needs stop by, call 919-731-2271, or visit our website.

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DR. CLYDE A. ERWIN, JR. LIBRARY

The Dr. Clyde A. Erwin, Jr. Library provides resources to assist students, faculty, and staff in their research and actively supports the College mission by the ongoing development of a print, AV, and electronic collection devoted to enhancing the curriculum. Library services are offered to traditional students and distance learners, as well as to the general public of Wayne County. Offerings of the Library include the following: over 30,000 reference and circulating print materials; over 16,000 videos (DVD and streaming); more than

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90 print magazines and journals; 18 computers for research and homework; one computer to search the online library catalog; access to NCLIVE, and 17 other online resources research databases through WCC Single Search; tours and information literacy sessions; reference and research assistance. Hours of operation are: Monday through Thursday, 7:45 a.m.-8 p.m. The Dr. Clyde A. Erwin, Jr. Library is located on the third floor of the Wayne Learning Center building. For more information, call 919-739-6891 or visit online at the library website: www.waynecc.edu/ library.

INSTRUCTIONAL METHODS GUIDE CP - COOPERATIVE EDUCATION

Cooperative Education (Co-op) is designed to give students enrolled in curriculum programs that require Co-op, a chance to work on a job, while completing their degrees. Co-op students may work part-time or full-time in a job related to their major, with employers selected and/or approved by the College. Academic credit is given for the learning gained during the Co-op work period. Students must be enrolled in approved Co-op programs for academic credit, have completed 9 semester credit hours at the college, have a 2.0 GPA, and have approval from their program instructor and the Co-op office, to register for work experience courses.

HY - Hybrid Classes

A hybrid course is a college credit course in which a portion of the learning activities are completed online. Contact hours traditionally spent in the classroom or lab are reduced. The goals of a hybrid are to join the best features of face-to-face instruction with the best features of on-line instruction; to promote active, independent learning; and to reduce class seat time. Students must attend the scheduled face-to-face meeting times and must have access to a computer and the internet to complete independent assignments. Hybrid courses have the same standards, required competencies, and credit hours as traditional seated or totally on-line courses. The instructor for each course will set the requirement for on-campus meetings, classes, and testing. Students must attend the first seated day of class or contact the instructor prior to, in order to remain enrolled in the Hybrid class. For more information and Moodle access instructions, refer to pagee 5.

IN - INTERNET COURSES

An internet course is a college credit course in which all of the learning activities are completed online. The goals of an online course are to offer a

quality and challenging online learning environment; to promote active, independent learning; and to eliminate seated class time constraints. Students must maintain academic progression through the course and must have access to a computer and the internet to complete course assignments and activities. Online courses have the same standards, required competencies, and credit hours as traditional seated courses. Students must access the course site and complete initial assignments within 48 hours of the class start time. The college’s course management system is Moodle. For more information and Moodle access instructions, refer to page 5.

TR - TRADITIONAL COURSES

A traditional course is a face-to-face or seated course on campus or another designated location.

TV - TELECOURSE

Telecourses are pre-recorded videotaped classes that are shown at specific times on local access channels or vie Wednesday at the convenience of the student. Telecourse students work independently, watch televised or taped programs, and read printed material with guidance from course facilitators who use a variety of communication tools and instructional techniques. The instructor for each course will set the requirement for on-campus meetings, classes, and testing. Meeting times are mandatory and will be included in the course listing.

WB - Web SupportED/ASSISTED

A web-assisted course is one offered for college credit where the delivery method is face-to-face and there is no reduction of hours of seat time. Additional resources, review materials, and learning activities will be incorporated on-line for the students’ use. For more information and Moodle access instructions, refer to page 5.


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SEMESTER SCHEDULE LEGENDS Locations

Schedule Legend

P - Prerequisite Y - Prerequisite or Corequisite Required. Students should consult with their advisor and/or refer to the college catalog for prerequisite requirements. N - No prerequisite is required SJAB - Seymour Johnson Air Force Base TBA - To Be Arranged LAB REQ - Lab Required

Course Section Legend 01 - 29 Campus Day Classes 30 - 34 Telecourses 35 Self Supported 36 - 39 Telecourses 40 - 49 Campus Internet 50 - 54 SJAFB Day Classes 55 - 59 SJAFB Internet Classes 60 - 69, 75 Campus Hybrid Classes 70 - 79 Campus Evening Classes 80 - 84 SJAFB Evening Classes 85 - 89 SJAFB Hybrid Classes 95 Honors

AZALEA - Mechanical and Social Science DOGWOOD - Arts and Mathematics HOCUTT - Welding and Engineering HOLLY - Dental and Science MAGNOLIA - Agriculture and Automotive MAPLE - Auto Body Shop PINE - Allied Health and Public Safety SPRUCE - Business and Computer Technologies, CAD Drafting, and Mechanical Engineering WALNUT - Continuing Education/Basic Skills WLC - Wayne Learning Center Building AP - Wayne Executive Jetport CBA - Charles B. Aycock GHS - Goldsboro High School HOSP - Hospital MHSA - Mitchell’s Hair Styling Academy OFF - Off Campus SJAFB - Seymour Johnson Air Force Base

HOW TO READ THE CREDIT COURSE SCHEDULE

Department Section # AUB 136 01 TR Course #

Inst. Method

Title Plastics & Adhesives

Prerequisite

Days

N 3 MWF

Times

Location

Start/End Date

Instructor

08:00-08:50 AZA109 08/18-12/19 Earnest, R

Credit Hours

ATTENTION FINANCIAL AID RECIPIENTS! PLEASE APPLY EARLY! TOP 10 P RO G R A M S AT way ne comm unit y col l ege The Financial Aid Office of Wayne Community College offers a scholarship for qualified students interested in studying and pursuing a career in the following Top 10 Programs:

Automotive Systems Technology (ASEP / ATEP) Criminal Justice Technology/Latent Evidence Emergency Preparedness Technology Mechanical Engineering Technology Networking Technology | Office Administration Pharmacy Technology | Sustainable Agriculture Turfgrass Management Technology | Welding Technology


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SUMMER 2012 CLASSES Online Schedule: www.waynecc.edu/catalog-schedules All classes operate on standard a.m./p.m. time.

INSTRUCTIONAL METHOD (iNST. mETHOD):

CP - Cooperative Education (Mandatory Orientation); HY - Hybrid (Attendance on scheduled meeting days is required); IN - Internet; TR - Traditional Courses; TV - Telecourse (Mandatory Orientation); WB - Web Support/Assisted INST. CRDT START/END DEPT NO SEC METHOD TITLE P HRS DAYS HOURS LOCATION DATE INSTRUCTOR

ACA - ACADEMIC RELATED (ORIENTATION) ACA ACA

111 122

40 IN 40 IN

College Student Success College Transfer Success

N 1 N 1

(tmschmeltzer@waynecc.edu) (ivey@waynecc.edu)

05/22-07/17 Schmeltzer, T 05/22-07/17 Ivey, T

ACC

120

40 IN

Prin of Financial Accounting

Y 4

(tmschmeltzer@waynecc.edu)

05/22-08/02 Schmeltzer, T

ACC - ACCOUNTING

AGR - AGRICULTURE AGR

110

40 IN

AGR AGR AGR

131 139 140

01 TR 40 IN 40 IN

Agricultural Economics N 3 (gjmitchell@waynecc.edu) (Must have instructor permission to register for this class.) Market Garden Lab N 2 TBA TBA Intro to Sustainable Ag N 3 (gjmitchell@waynecc.edu) Agricultural Chemicals N 3 (rcwoods@waynecc.edu)

AHR - AIR CONDITIONING, HEATING, AND REFRIGERATION AHR

245

01 TR

Chiller Systems

Y 2

AHR

247

01 TR

Atypical Systems

Y 2

ANS - ANIMAL SCIENCE ANS ANS

150 160

40 IN 40 IN

AUB - AUTOBODY

08:30AM-09:20AM 09:30AM-11:50AM 08:30AM-09:20AM 09:30AM-11:40AM

Animal Health Management Animal Waste Management

N 3 N 3

(jgjohnson@waynecc.edu) (jgjohnson@waynecc.edu) W T T TH M M

AUB

136

01 TR

Plastics & Adhesives

N 3

AUB

150

01 TR

Automotive Detailing

N 2

AUT - AUTOMOTIVE AUT

171

61 HY

Auto Climate Control

N 4

AUT

171

62 HY

Auto Climate Control (ASEP or Autobody or Collision Repair)

N 4

AUT

181

61 HY

Engine Performance 1

N 3

AUT

181

62 HY

Engine Performance 1

N 3

AUT

283

61 HY

Adv Auto Electronics (ATEP)

Y 3

AUT

283

62 HY

Adv Auto Electronics (ASEP)

Y 3

AVI - AVIATION

MW MW TTH TTH

AVI

130

01 TR

Airframe Maintenance II

Y 9

AVI

260

01 TR

Powerplant Maint. III

Y 9

05/22-08/02 Mitchell, G TBA

05/22-08/02 Mitchell, G 05/22-08/02 Mitchell, G 05/22-08/02 Woods, R

MAG108 MAG106 MAG108 MAG106

05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02

Gardner, D Gardner, D Gardner, D Gardner, D

05/22-08/02 Johnson, J 05/22-08/02 Johnson, J

10:00AM-11:30AM 10:00AM-11:20AM 12:00PM-04:30PM 10:00AM-11:30AM 10:00AM-11:30AM 12:00PM-03:20PM

AZA109 AZA109 AZA109 AZA109 AZA109 AZA109

05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02

MT 10:00AM-10:45AM MT 10:55AM-02:05PM (bkjordan@waynecc.edu) WTH 12:00PM-12:30PM WTH 12:40PM-03:50PM (dbyrd@waynecc.edu) WTH 10:00AM-10:30AM WTH 10:40AM-01:00PM TBA TBA MT 10:00AM-10:45AM MT 10:55AM-01:25PM (dbyrd@waynecc.edu) WTH 01:10PM-02:35PM (cfoucht@waynecc.edu) WTH 10:00AM-11:25AM (cfoucht@waynecc.edu)

MAG109 MAG109

05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02

Foucht, C Foucht, C Foucht, C Foucht, C

05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02

Staff Staff Simmons, G Simmons, G

MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH

08:00AM-10:10AM 10:20AM-01:40PM 08:00AM-09:40AM 09:50AM-02:10PM

MAG109 MAG109 MAG107 MAG107 TBA MAG107 MAG107 MAG105 MAG105 AP118 HGR00008 AP119 HGR00008

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INSTRUCTIONAL METHOD (iNST. mETHOD):

CP - Cooperative Education (Mandatory Orientation); HY - Hybrid (Attendance on scheduled meeting days is required); IN - Internet; TR - Traditional Courses; TV - Telecourse (Mandatory Orientation); WB - Web Support/Assisted INST. CRDT START/END DEPT NO SEC METHOD TITLE P HRS DAYS HOURS LOCATION DATE INSTRUCTOR

BIO - BIOLOGY BIO

111

BIO

140

01 TR

General Biology I

Y 4 Y 3

MTWTH 10:30AM-11:35AM HOL214 TTH 01:20PM-04:10PM HOL214 MTWTH 09:15AM-10:20AM HOL214

05/22-08/02 Benedetto, R 05/22-08/02 Benedetto, R 05/22-08/02 Miller, D 05/22-08/02 Miller, D

Y 1

MW

BIO BIO

01 WB Environmental Biology (Must register for BIO 140A-01) 140A 01 WB Environmental Biology Lab (Must register for BIO 140-01) 161 40 IN Intro to Human Biology 163 01 WB Basic Anat & Physiology

Y 3 Y 5

BIO

169

01 WB Anatomy and Physiology II (DH only)

Y 4

BIO

169

02 WB Anatomy and Physiology II

Y 4

BIO

275

01 WB Microbiology

Y 4

(dpmiller@waynecc.edu) MTWTH 09:15AM-10:20AM TTH 01:20PM-04:10PM MTWTH 08:00AM-09:05AM MW 01:20PM-04:10PM MTWTH 08:00AM-09:05AM MW 01:20PM-04:10PM MTWTH 09:15AM-10:20AM MW 01:20PM-04:10PM

BIO

BUS - BUSINESS BUS BUS BUS BUS

110 110 137 260

40 41 40 40

IN IN IN IN

Introduction to Business Introduction to Business Principles of Management Business Communication

CHM - CHEMISTRY CHM

05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02

Miller, D Loomer, M Loomer, M Loomer, M Loomer, M Loomer, M Loomer, M Benedetto, R Benedetto, R

(phelms@waynecc.edu) (phelms@waynecc.edu) (phelms@waynecc.edu) (rose@waynecc.edu)

05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02

Helms, M Helms, M Helms, M Brock, L

N 3

MTWTH 09:15AM-10:20AM HOL211

05/22-08/02 Dennis, F

N N N Y

3 3 3 3

HOL212 HOL212 HOL212 HOL212 HOL212 HOL212 HOL217 HOL217

Y 1

MW

01:20PM-04:10PM HOL221

05/22-08/02 Dennis, F

CHM

01 WB Introduction to Chemistry (Must register for CHM 131A-01) 131A 01 WB Intro to Chemistry Lab (Must register for CHM 131-01) 132 01 WB Organic and Biochemistry

Y 4

CHM

151

01 WB General Chemistry I

N 4

CHM

152

01 WB General Chemistry II

Y 4

MTWTH TTH MTWTH TTH MTWTH MW

10:30AM-11:35AM 01:20PM-04:10PM 09:15AM-10:20AM 01:20PM-04:10PM 08:00AM-09:05AM 01:20PM-04:10PM

05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02

CHM

131

01:20PM-04:10PM HOL214

CIS - INFORMATION SYSTEMS

HOL211 HOL218 HOL225 HOL221 HOL225 HOL218

Dennis, F Dennis, F Griffin, A Griffin, A Griffin, A Griffin, A

CIS CIS CIS

070 070 110

01 TR 02 TR 40 IN

Fundamentals of Computing Fundamentals of Computing Introduction to Computers

N 1 N 1 Y 3

MW 10:00AM-11:30AM SPRU112 TTH 01:20PM-02:45PM SPRU114 (lassiter@waynecc.edu)

05/22-08/02 Everett, M 05/22-08/02 Lassiter, V 05/22-08/02 Lassiter, V

CJC CJC CJC

111 121 141

40 IN 40 IN 40 IN

Intro to Criminal Justice Law Enforcement Operations Corrections

N 3 N 3 N 3

(dde@waynecc.edu) (bhlanier@waynecc.edu) (bhlanier@waynecc.edu)

05/22-08/02 Everhart, D 05/22-08/02 Lanier, B 05/22-08/02 Lanier, B

CJC - CRIMINAL JUSTICE

COE - COOPERATIVE EDUCATION

(Mandatory Orientation Session: May 23 at 9:00 AM, 11:00 AM, 1:00 PM, or 5:30 PM. For COE 111 - 132 - WLC 161. MANDATORY ORIENTATION SESSION: May 24 at 10:00 AM, 12:00 PM, or 2:00 PM. For COE 111 - 132 - WLC 161.

COE COE COE

111 111 111

01 CP 02 CP 03 CP

COE COE

112 112

01 CP 02 CP

COE COE COE COE COE

112 112 121 121 122

03 04 01 02 01

CP CP CP CP CP

Co-Op Work Experience I Co-Op Work Experience I (Bus Adm Only) Co-Op Work Experience I (Sustainable Agriculture Only) Co-Op Work Experience I Co-Op Work Experience I (Turfgrass Mgt. Only) Co-Op Work Experience I (Agbus Only) Co-Op Work Experience I (AnSc Only) Co-Op Work Experience II Co-Op Work Experience II (Bus Adm Only) Co-Op Work Experience II

N 1 N 1 N 1

TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA

05/22-08/02 Waller, L 05/22-08/02 Schmeltzer, T 05/22-08/02 Mitchell, G

N 2 N 2

TBA TBA

TBA TBA

TBA TBA

05/22-08/02 Waller, L 05/22-08/02 Woods, R

N N N N N

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02

2 2 1 1 2

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COE - COOPERATIVE EDUCATION (CONTINUED)

(Mandatory Orientation Session: May 23 at 9:00 AM, 11:00 AM, 1:00 PM, or 5:30 PM. For COE 111 - 132 - WLC 161. MANDATORY ORIENTATION SESSION: May 24 at 10:00 AM, 12:00 PM, or 2:00 PM. For COE 111 - 132 - WLC 161.

COE

122

02 CP

01 CP

Co-Op Work Experience II (Collision Repair & Refinishing Only) Co-Op Work Experience III Co-Op Work Experience III (Bus Adm Only) Co-Op Work Experience III

N 2

TBA

TBA

TBA

05/22-08/02 Earnest, R

COE COE

131 131

01 CP 02 CP

N 1 N 1

TBA TBA

TBA TBA

TBA TBA

05/22-08/02 Waller, L 05/22-08/02 Schmeltzer, T

COE

132

N 2

TBA

TBA

TBA

05/22-08/02 Waller, L

COS COS

113 114

01 TR 01 TR

Cosmetology Concepts II Salon II

Y 4 Y 8

115A 01 TR 115B 01 TR 116A 01 TR

Cosmetology Concepts III Cosmetology Concepts III Salon III

Y 2 Y 2 Y 2

116B 01 TR 117 01 TR 118 01 TR

Salon III Cosmetology Concepts IV Salon IV

Y 2 Y 2 Y 7

TWTHF TWTHF TWTHF S TTH S S TWTH TTH TWTH F S S

08:30AM-09:35AM 09:40AM-12:15PM 01:00PM-05:00PM 08:00AM-10:10AM 08:30AM-09:35AM 10:15AM-12:35PM 01:05PM-05:05PM 09:40AM-11:50AM 12:25PM-01:30PM 01:35PM-05:00PM 12:25PM-05:00PM 08:00AM-12:00PM 01:00PM-05:00PM

MHSA MHSA MHSA MHSA MHSA MHSA MHSA MHSA MHSA MHSA MHSA MHSA MHSA

05/16-08/11 05/16-08/11 05/16-08/11 05/16-08/11 05/16-08/11 05/16-08/11 05/16-08/11 05/16-08/11 05/16-08/11 05/16-08/11 05/16-08/11 05/16-08/11 05/16-08/11

COS COS COS COS COS COS

COS - COSMETOLOGY

CTS - COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

Deane, E Deane, E Deane, E Deane, E Deane, E Deane, E Deane, E Deane, E

CTS

080

01 TR

Computing Fundamentals

N 3

MTWTH 10:30AM-12:25PM SPRU114

05/22-08/02 Lassiter, V

DDF

211

60 HY

Design Process I

Y 4

MTW 09:45AM-10:50AM SPRU234 MTW 11:00AM-12:45PM SPRU234 (stk@waynecc.edu)

05/22-08/02 King, S 05/22-08/02 King, S 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 Borel, C 05/22-08/02 Bowen, S 05/22-08/02 Lowery, A Sollars, A Borel, C 05/30-05/30 Pickard-Heath, D 06/04-06/25 06/04-06/25 05/22-06/28 Pickard-Heath, D 05/22-06/28 Lowery, A 05/22-06/28 Fowler, S 05/22-06/28 Starling, B Hamilton, B Langley, A Thomas, C

DDF - DESIGN DRAFTING

DEN - DENTAL DEN

107

01 TR

Clinical Practice II

Y 5

M TWTH TTH

09:45AM-11:50AM HOL124 08:00AM-11:50AM HOL119 01:00PM-04:50PM HOL119

DEN

140

01 TR

Dental Hygiene Theory II

Y 1

DEN

141

01 TR

Dental Hygiene Clinic II

Y 2

W M M TWTH TWTH TTH TTH

12:05PM-01:05PM 09:10AM-10:45AM 11:00AM-12:30PM 09:10AM-10:35AM 10:50AM-12:05PM 01:00PM-02:25PM 02:40PM-03:55PM

HOL126 HOL126 HOL126 HOL102 HOL102 HOL102 HOL102

N N N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y

MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH

08:00AM-09:05AM 12:30PM-01:35PM 10:30AM-11:35AM 09:15AM-10:20AM 08:00AM-09:05AM 09:15AM-10:20AM 09:15AM-10:20AM 12:30PM-01:35PM 09:15AM-10:20AM 12:30PM-01:35PM

WLC203 WLC203 WLC203 WLC202 WLC203 WLC203 WLC202 WLC210 WLC203 WLC203

DMA - DEVELOPMENTAL MATHEMATICS DMA DMA DMA DMA DMA DMA DMA DMA DMA DMA

010 010 010 020 020 030 030 040 040 040

01 02 03 01 02 01 02 01 02 03

WB WB WB WB WB WB WB WB WB WB

Operations With Integers Operations With Integers Operations With Integers Fractions and Decimals Fractions and Decimals Propor/Ratio/Rate/Percent Propor/Ratio/Rate/Percent Express/Lin Equat/Inequal Express/Lin Equat/Inequal Express/Lin Equat/Inequal

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

05/22-06/19 05/22-06/19 06/26-07/25 05/22-06/19 06/26-07/25 05/22-06/19 06/26-07/25 05/22-06/19 06/26-07/25 06/26-07/25

Staff Bishop, T Staff Anaya-Vega, A Staff Staff Anaya-Vega, A Anaya-Vega, A Staff Staff


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INSTRUCTIONAL METHOD (iNST. mETHOD):

CP - Cooperative Education (Mandatory Orientation); HY - Hybrid (Attendance on scheduled meeting days is required); IN - Internet; TR - Traditional Courses; TV - Telecourse (Mandatory Orientation); WB - Web Support/Assisted INST. CRDT START/END DEPT NO SEC METHOD TITLE P HRS DAYS HOURS LOCATION DATE INSTRUCTOR

DMA - DEVELOPMENTAL MATHEMATICS (CONTINUED) DMA DMA DMA DMA DMA DMA DMA DMA

050 050 060 060 070 070 080 080

01 02 01 02 01 02 01 02

WB WB WB WB WB WB WB WB

EDU - EDUCATION EDU EDU EDU EDU EDU

131 146 153 216 216

71 01 01 40 41

TR TR TR IN IN

Graphs/Equations of Lines Graphs/Equations of Lines Polynomial/Quadratic Appl Polynomial/Quadratic Appl Rational Express/Equation Rational Express/Equation Radical Express/Equations Radical Express/Equations

Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH

WLC210 WLC210 WLC210 WLC210 WLC202 WLC210 WLC203 WLC202

05/22-06/19 06/26-07/25 05/22-06/19 06/26-07/25 05/22-06/19 06/26-07/25 05/22-06/19 06/26-07/25

Anaya-Vega, A Anaya-Vega, A Anaya-Vega, A Anaya-Vega, A Anaya-Vega, A Anaya-Vega, A Staff Anaya-Vega, A

Child, Family, & Commun Child Guidance Health, Safety & Nutrit Foundations of Education Foundations of Education

Y Y Y Y Y

3 3 3 4 4

MW 06:00PM-08:27PM AZA202 MTWTH 10:30AM-11:33AM AZA202 MTWTH 09:15AM-10:18AM AZA202 (eleanor@waynecc.edu) (eleanor@waynecc.edu)

05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02

Granberry, S Granberry, S Granberry, S Armstrong, E Armstrong, E

N 2

(awall@waynecc.edu)

05/22-08/02 Wall, A

Y 4 Y 5

MTWTH 10:30AM-12:16PM WLC206 MTWTH 10:30AM-12:16PM WLC213

05/22-08/02 Barnes, M 05/22-08/02 White, C

Y 1

(cpwhite@waynecc.edu)

05/22-08/02 White, C

Y Y Y Y Y Y

MTWTH 09:15AM-10:20AM (jeffwill@waynecc.edu) MTWTH 11:00AM-12:15PM MTWTH 10:30AM-11:35AM (jeffwill@waynecc.edu) MTWTH 01:00PM-02:15PM

ELC - ELECTRICITY ELC

118

40 IN

National Electrical Code

ENG - ENGLISH ENG ENG

ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG ENG

080 095

01 WB Writing Foundations 01 WB Reading & Comp Strategies (Must register for ENG 095A-41) 095A 41 IN Reading & Comp Strat Lab (Must register for ENG 095-01) 111 01 TR Expository Writing 111 40 IN Expository Writing 111 50 TR Expository Writing 113 01 TR Literature-Based Research 114 40 IN Prof Research & Reporting 231 50 TR American Literature I

EPT - EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

3 3 3 3 3 3

10:30AM-11:35AM 12:30PM-01:35PM 01:45PM-02:50PM 10:30AM-11:35AM 09:15AM-10:20AM 01:45PM-02:50PM 10:30AM-11:35AM 09:15AM-10:20AM

AZA210 SJAB AZA210 SJAB

05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-07/19 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-07/19

Rollins, D Williams, J Williams, J Rollins, D Williams, J Williams, J

EPT

220

40 IN

Terrorism and Emer. Mgt.

N 3

(dde@waynecc.edu)

05/22-08/02 Everhart, D

FIP FIP

120 176

40 IN 40 IN

Intro to Fire Protection HazMat: Operations

N 3 N 4

(bhlanier@waynecc.edu) (slpowers8468@staff.waynecc.edu)

05/22-08/02 Lanier, B 05/22-08/02 Powers, S

FOR

225

60 HY

Silvics & Silviculture

N 4

FOR

232

01 TR

Forest Mensuration

Y 4

FOR

243

01 TR

Insects/Diseases

N 3

MW 08:00AM-10:08AM W 12:00PM-04:50PM (dhgerding@waynecc.edu) TH 08:00AM-10:50AM T 08:00AM-04:30PM MW 10:15AM-11:40AM M 11:45AM-04:35PM

05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02

FIP - FIRE PROTECTION

FOR - FOREST MANAGEMENT

HIS - HISTORY HIS

131

60 HY

American History I

Y 3

HIS

131

80 TR

American History I

HOR - HORTICULTURE HOR

150

40 IN

Intro to Horticulture

MAG209 MAG209 MAG209 MAG209 MAG209 MAG209

Gerding, D Gerding, D Jenkins, D Jenkins, D Gerding, D Gerding, D

Y 3

MTW 08:00AM-09:02AM AZA203 (ivey@waynecce.edu) TTH 05:00PM-07:45PM SJAB

05/22-08/02 Ivey, T 05/22-08/02 05/22-07/17 Proctor, R

N 2

(rcwoods@waynecc.edu)

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CP - Cooperative Education (Mandatory Orientation); HY - Hybrid (Attendance on scheduled meeting days is required); IN - Internet; TR - Traditional Courses; TV - Telecourse (Mandatory Orientation); WB - Web Support/Assisted INST. CRDT START/END DEPT NO SEC METHOD TITLE P HRS DAYS HOURS LOCATION DATE INSTRUCTOR

HSE - HUMAN SERVICES HSE

112

71 TR

Group Process I

N 2

HSE

123

60 HY

Interviewing Techniques

N 3

ISC - INDUSTRIAL SAFETY

MW 06:00PM-08:27PM PIN128 (sbl@waynecc.edu) TW 11:45AM-12:48PM PIN128 (sbl@waynecc.edu)

05/22-08/02 Lambert, S 05/22-08/02 Lambert, S 05/22-08/02 White, E 05/22-08/02 Keller, F

ISC ISC

121 220

40 IN 40 IN

Envir Health & Safety Lean Manufacturing

N 3 N 3

(egwhite@waynecc.edu) (fkkeller@waynecc.edu)

MAC

222

01 TR

Advanced CNC Turning

Y 2

MAC

224

01 TR

Advanced CNC Milling

Y 2

MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH

MAC - MACHINING

MATHEMATICS

05/22-08/02 Lambert, S

08:00AM-08:50AM 09:00AM-11:10AM 08:00AM-08:50AM 09:00AM-11:20AM

AZA101 AZA102 AZA101 AZA102

06/25-08/02 06/25-08/02 05/22-06/21 05/22-06/21

Compton, P Compton, P Compton, P Compton, P

DOG207

Clark, J Hawkins, A Clark, J Clark, J Hawkins, A Hooks, E Odom, H Odom, H

(MyMathLab requires access code, included in new text book)

MAT MAT MAT MAT MAT

110 115 151 161 171

01 40 01 01 01

MED MED

122 140

MED

150

TR IN WB WB WB

Mathematical Measurement Mathematical Models Statistics I College Algebra Precalculus Algebra

Y Y Y Y Y

3 3 3 3 3

MTWTH 08:00AM-09:35AM (hawkins@waynecc.edu) MTWTH 11:45AM-12:50PM MTWTH 10:30AM-11:35AM MTWTH 08:00AM-09:05AM

DOG208 DOG208 DOG208

05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02

40 IN 01 TR

Medical Terminology II Exam Room Procedures I

Y 3 Y 5

01 TR

Laboratory Procedures I

Y 5

(bhooks@waynecc.edu) WTH 09:45AM-10:45AM WTH 10:55AM-12:03PM WTH 01:00PM-01:50PM WTH 02:00PM-02:50PM WTH 03:00PM-04:18PM MT 09:45AM-10:45AM MT 10:55AM-11:56AM MT 01:00PM-01:50PM MT 02:00PM-02:50PM MT 03:00PM-04:18PM

PIN220 PIN220 PIN220 PIN220 PIN220 PIN220 PIN220 PIN220 PIN220 PIN220

05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02

MED - MEDICAL ASSISTING

MNT - MAINTENANCE MNT

110

40 IN

Intro to Maint Procedures

N 2

NUR

103

01 TR

Practical Nursing III

NUR

114

01 TR

Holistic Health Concepts

Y 10 MT MT MT MT WTH Y 5 MT MT TBA

NUR - NURSING

OST - OFFICE SYSTEMS TECHNOLOGY OST OST OST OST

131 136 202 243

40 40 40 40

IN IN IN IN

PCI

162

01 TR

Keyboarding Word Processing Medical Transcription II Med Office Simulation

N N Y Y

Instrumentation Controls

Y 3

PCI - PROCESS CONTROL INSTRUMENTATION

2 3 4 3

(fkkeller@waynecc.edu) 09:15AM-10:15AM 10:25AM-11:30AM 12:30PM-01:30PM 01:35PM-02:38PM TBA 09:15AM-10:15AM 10:25AM-11:36AM TBA

Staff Staff

05/22-08/02 Keller, F PIN221 PIN221 PIN221 PIN221 TBA PIN224 PIN224 TBA

05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02

Smiley, M Tart, B

McClave, J McClave, J King, G

(bull@waynecc.edu) (bull@waynecc.edu) (rose@waynecc.edu) (rose@waynecc.edu)

05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02

Bull, S Bull, S Brock, L Brock, L

MTWTH 09:30AM-10:20AM HOC250 MTWTH 10:30AM-11:30AM HOC250

05/22-08/02 Staff 05/22-08/02 Staff

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CP - Cooperative Education (Mandatory Orientation); HY - Hybrid (Attendance on scheduled meeting days is required); IN - Internet; TR - Traditional Courses; TV - Telecourse (Mandatory Orientation); WB - Web Support/Assisted INST. CRDT START/END DEPT NO SEC METHOD TITLE P HRS DAYS HOURS LOCATION DATE INSTRUCTOR

PED - PHYSICAL EDUCATION PED PED PED

117 120 130

01 TR 01 TR 01 TR

Weight Training I Walking for Fitness Tennis-Beginning

N 1 N 1 N 1

MTWTH 11:00AM-12:05PM AZA209 MTWTH 08:00AM-09:05AM AZA208 TTH 09:08AM-10:33AM AZA208

05/22-08/02 Simmons, N 05/22-08/02 Simmons, N 05/22-08/02 Simmons, N

PHM

125

01 TR

Pharmacology II

Y 3

PHM PHM

132 140

01 TR 60 HY

Pharmacy Clinical Trends in Pharmacy

Y 2 Y 2

MW MW TBA T T TBA

05/22-08/02 Skinner, L 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 Skinner, L 05/22-08/02 Skinner, L 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02

Intro to Plumbing Codes

N 2

(awall@waynecc.edu)

05/22-08/02 Wall, A 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-07/23

PHM - PHARMACY

PLU - PLUMBING PLU

140

40 IN

PSY - PSYCHOLOGY

10:30AM-11:30AM 11:45AM-12:58PM TBA 10:30AM-11:30AM 11:45AM-12:00PM TBA

HOL141 HOL141 TBA HOL141 HOL141 TBA

PSY PSY

150 183

40 IN 60 HY

General Psychology Psychology of Addiction

Y 3 N 3

PSY PSY

241 241

40 IN 80 TR

Developmental Psych Developmental Psych

Y 3 Y 3

(jlclark8490@staff.waynecc.edu) TTH 10:30AM-11:33AM PIN128 (sbl@waynecc.edu) (jlcark8490@staff.waynecc.edu) MW 05:00PM-07:45PM SJAB

Y 4

MTWTH 01:45PM-03:31PM WLC206

05/22-08/02 Barnes, M

N 3

TTH

05/22-07/17 Brown, A 05/22-08/02 Everett, M 05/22-08/02 Everett, M 05/22-08/02 Everett, M

RED - READING RED

080

01 WB Intro to College Reading

REL - RELIGION REL

110

80 TR

World Religions

SGD - SIMULATION AND GAME DEVELOPMENT

05:00PM-07:45PM SJAB

Clark, J Lambert, S Clark, J Harrell, J

SGD

168

60 HY

Mobile SG Programming I

N 3

SGD

274

40 IN

SG Level Design II

Y 3

TTH 01:00PM-02:55PM SPRU202 (everett@waynecc.edu) (everett@waynecc.edu)

SOC SOC SOC

210 210 220

01 TR 41 IN 40 IN

Introduction to Sociology Introduction to Sociology Social Problems

Y 3 Y 3 Y 3

MTW 09:15AM-10:40AM AZA206 (dde@waynecc.edu) (bmjenkins@waynecc.edu)

05/22-08/02 Jenkins, B 05/22-08/02 Everhart, D 05/22-08/02 Jenkins, B

Elementary Spanish I (Must register for SPA 181-40) Spanish Lab 1 (Must register for SPA 111-01) Elementary Spanish II (Must register for SPA 182-40) Spanish Lab 2 (Must register for SPA 112-01)

Y 3

MTWTH 09:15AM-10:20AM WLC215

05/22-08/02 Finch, F

N 1

(fef@waynecc.edu)

05/22-08/02 Finch, F

Y 3

MTWTH 10:30AM-11:35AM WLC215

05/22-08/02 Finch, F

Y 1

(fef@waynecc.edu)

05/22-08/02 Finch, F

MT 08:00AM-09:20AM MT 09:30AM-12:10PM W 08:00AM-10:50AM MTW 06:00PM-06:50PM MTW 07:00PM-09:50PM W 11:00AM-12:30PM (cmpate@waynecc.edu)

SOC - SOCIOLOGY

SPA - SPANISH SPA

111

01 TR

SPA

181

40 IN

SPA

112

01 TR

SPA

182

40 IN

WLD - WELDING WLD

132

01 TR

GTAW (TIG) Plate/Pipe

Y 3

WLD

132

71 TR

GTAW (TIG) Plate/Pipe

Y 3

WLD

141

60 HY

Symbols & Specifications

N 3

HOC160 HOC170 HOC170 HOC160 HOC170 HOC160

05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02 05/22-08/02

Pate, C Pate, C Staff Staff Pate, C Pate, C


SUMMER 2012

WAYNE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

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WCC booKsTore The Wayne Community College Bookstore is your headquarters for Textbooks, School Supplies, WCC Apparel and Merchandise, Graduation Items and much more! BOOkSTORE RETuRN pOlICy

Items may be returned within two days of the purchase date, with original receipt. Textbooks must be in the same condition as purchased, and if shrink-wrapped, must be in the original, unopened wrap.

TEXTBOOk Buy BACk

you may sell your books back at any time during the year, with the exception of the first two weeks of the semester. You must have a current student ID or driver’s license when selling back your books. Prices can not be quoted over the phone, as textbooks must be scanned and inspected before buying. Just bring in your textbooks and we will be happy to assist you.

TEXTBOOk RENTAl - 3 EASy STEpS

Rent: Come to the bookstore and look for the textbooks with an “available for renting” sign. Bring them to the counter and you’ll save up to 50% instantly. Use: Study. Get good grades. Use rental books like you would any other book, except you’ll feel a little smarter since you saved so much cash. Return: Bring them back in good condition within two weeks of the last class date. No worrying about selling them and searching for the best price, you already found the deal of the year.

The Higher Education Opportunity Act requires all institutions to provide textbook information at the time a student registers for a class. The following link will provide the textbook information you will need.

Visit www.wayneccbookstore.com OUR HOURS OF OPERATION ARE MONDAY AND THURSDAY FROM 8:30 A.M. TO 4:00 P.M, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY FROM 8:30 A.M TO 6:30 P.M. CALL 919-731-2271 FOR MORE INFORMATION.


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WAYNE COMMUNITY COLLEGE

SUMMER 2012

Wayne Community College campus Map Green Houses

To Ne w

is Tenn ts Cour

Hope Road

East Parking

Wayne Executive Jetport: Aviation Systems Technology

East Parking

Magnolia Azalea Hocutt

Pine Parking Lot

Spruce

Parking Lot

Pine

Azalea

Magnolia

Maple

Maintenance Staff Parking

Oak

Holly Plonk Clock

Hocutt

Holly Parking Lot

Spillway

Cedar ln Wa

Dogwood

ut Hope Monument

Wayne Learning Center

South Parking Lot

Staff Parking

Main Entrance/ Information

Veterans Memorial Emergency Services Memorial

Front Parking Lot

Regans Wetlands Project

Wayne Memorial Drive

To Goldsboro

2012 Summer Curriculum Schedule of Courses  

Wayne Community College Summer Curriculum Schedule of Courses

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