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WCCC Summer Sessions Enroll today to concentrate on a difficult class or lighten your fall credit load. Then transfer your WCCC credits to your university. Plus, you’ll save on the cost of your degree. WCCC’s tuition is the most affordable in PA!

Indiana County Center Classroom-Based Classes SESSION

COURSE NO. & SECTION

COURSE TITLE

CRD HRS

SITE

DAYS

TIME

START-END DATE

PREREQUISITE

INSTRUCTOR

Biology 11 11

BIO 172-N7 BIO 265-N5

Anatomy & Physiology II• Microbiology•

4 4

INC INC

TH M

06:00-09:40P 05:00-09:40P

05/17-07/26 BIO 171 05/17-07/26 BIO 171

Staff Staff

Chemistry

Our summer schedule features — ➫ Convenient sessions — 51/2-week sessions - starting May 14 & June 20 8-week session - June 4–July 27 11-week session - May 14–July 26

➫ ➫ ➫ ➫

200+ online classes - see inside

11 11

CHM 007-N7 CHM 107-N5

Intro Concepts Chem I Lab Intro Concepts in Chem.•

CPT 150-N7

ENG 070-N2 ENG 161-N6

Microcomputer Concepts•

intermediate Writing College Writing

11 11

No Friday classes

Consult with the appropriate advisor, department or chair at your present campus to ensure that you select the proper courses.

4

INC INC

W M

06:00-08:30P 06:00-09:40P

05/16-07/25 05/14-07/23

Staff Staff

Computer Technology 11

3

INC

W

06:00-09:40P

05/16-07/25 CPT 050

Staff

English 1 11

3 3

INC INC

TTH W

12:00-01:50P 06:00-09:40P

05/15-07/26 ENG 030 05/16-07/25 ENG 070+

Staff Staff

Mathematics

Personal Development

Close to home locations – including the Indiana County and Laurel Centers Affordable tuition

1

MTH 050-N1 MTH 052-N2

PDV 160-N3

Basic Mathematics Foundations of Alegbra

3 3

Strategies for Academic Succe 1

INC INC

INC

TTH TTH

TTH

08:00-09:50A 10:00-11:50A

04:00-05:30P

05/15-07/26 05/15-07/26 Pl Test+

05/15-06/19

Staff Staff

Staff

Philosophy 11

Attention Students from Other Colleges Taking WCCC Classes Before registering for any WCCC classes, be sure that you:

Notify your present college’s financial aid office that you are enrolling at WCCC; any financial aid must be processed by your present college’s financial aid office.

PHL 160-N0

Intro to Philosophy (ITV)

3

INC

TTH

08:00-09:50A

05/15-07/26

Staff

Psychology 11

PSY 160-N5

General Psychology

3

INC

M

06:00-09:40P

05/14-07/23

Staff

Reading 11

RDG 080-N1

Intermediate Reading

3

INC

1–First 51/2-week session May 14–June 19 2–Second 51/2-week session June 20–July 27 8–8-week session June 4–July 26 11–11-week session May 14–July 26

Key

TTH

02:00-03:50P

05/15-07/26 ENG 050

Staff

Pl Test–Placement Test •–Lab fee; fees range from $10-$25 (ITV)–Interactive Videoconference Class +–See catalog for additional or alternate prerequisites

Evening classes are shaded

✔ Complete a WCCC Application for Admission. Remember to complete an Official Transcript Request Form before finishing summer classes to ensure that your grades are sent to your home institution. Summer 2012 WCCC Credit Classes in Indiana Earn college credit close to home.

WCCC Indiana County Community College Center 45 Airport Road, Indiana Discover what hundreds of Indiana County residents already know, the WCCC Indiana County Center is a great place to earn college credit close to home. The center offers day and evening classes, transferrable college credits and personal attention from faculty and staff who will help you when you need it. And, if you are considering nursing as a career, the Indiana County Center offers an associate degree (RN) nursing program. If you would like an application packet for the nursing program, please contact the WCCC Admissions Office at 1-800-262-2103, extension 4077.

Residential Customer

Student services such as financial aid, academic advising, career counseling and placement are available through the WCCC Youngwood campus. The Indiana County Center is easily accessible off Route 286 and Route 119 in Indiana. Changes may be made to the class schedule after the printing of this brochure. For current information, visit wccc.edu/summer.

To reach the Indiana County Center, call 724-357-1404. 145 Pavilion Lane Youngwood, PA 15697-1814

WESTMORELAND COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Permit No. 20 Greensburg PA

P A I  D

Westmoreland County Community College will not discriminate in its educational programs, activities or employment practices based on race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability, age, religion, ancestry, union membership or any other legally protected classification. Announcement of this policy is in accordance with state law including the Pennsylvania Human Relations Act and with federal law, including Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, Section 503 and 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Inquiries should be directed to the Affirmative Action Officer (presently Sylvia Detar) at 724-925-4190 or in Room 4100D, WCCC Business & Industry Center,Youngwood, PA 15697.

From Punxsutawney: Take Route 119 South to the Clymer/Indiana Exit at Clymer Route 286. At the end of the exit ramp, turn right onto Airport Road. Continue approximately 100 yards and turn left into the parking lot.

Notice of Nondiscrimination

Directions

From Blairsville: Take Route 119 North to the Clymer/Indiana Exit and exit at Clymer Roue 286. At the end of the exit ramp, turn right onto Airport Road. Continue approximately 100 yards and turn left into the parking lot.

Nonprofit Org. U.S. Postage


SES- COURSE NO. SION & SECTION

Online Courses - Getting Started Find out if online courses are right for you. Go to http://wccc.edu/blackboard and click on Getting Started and Basic Skills and Requirements. Getting Started contains a Blackboard tour. If you have questions after this, send e-mail to blackboardsupport@wccc.edu

COMPUTER REQUIREMENTS FOR ONLINE COURSES AOL Internet service is not compatible with Blackboard. We recommend using another Internet Service Provider to access WCCC online courses. If you use Netscape or Internet Explorer as your browser while connected to the Internet via AOL, you still may be “timed out” of your connection to the Internet unexpectedly, such as during a test. In addition, you may not be able to utilize all of the Blackboard tools properly which could cause problems in completing your course requirements. Some “low cost” ISPs encounter similar problems.

Minimum Computer Requirements •

A computer running Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7; a CD- or DVD-ROM drive, and access to a letter quality printer

Microsoft Word

DSL or cable connection with an Internet Service Provider, public web access such as at a library (ask first about availability), or the WCCC computer labs. Dial-up service is not recommended.

An assigned email address. A WCCC-assigned student email address is username@wccc.edu. To access your email address, go to https://my.wccc.edu for your free college email account.

The use of Internet Explorer 8 or Firefox is strongly recommended. These browsers may be downloaded free from the Internet. Google Chrome and Internet Explorer 9 are not fully supported by Blackboard. For more information, visit the Blackboard student website at http://wccc.edu/blackboard. Check the course syllabus for additional software or plug-in requirements.

SES- COURSE NO. SION & SECTION

COURSE TITLE

CRD HRS

START DATE

1 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

05/14-06/17 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 06/04-07/27 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 06/04-07/27 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26

PREREQUSITE

INSTRUCTOR

Online Classes 1 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 8 11 11 11 11 8 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

ACC 120-WA ACC 155-WA ACC 156-WA ACC 165-WA ACC 219-WA ACC 222-WA ACC 230-WA ACC 234-WA ACC 255-WA ALH 120-WA ALH 122-WA ART 155-W1 ART 155-WA ART 158-WA BIO 107-WA BIO 107-WB BUS 120-W1 BUS 120-WA BUS 158-WA BUS 160-WA BUS 205-WA BUS 206-WA BUS 240-WA BUS 241-WA BUS 244-WA BUS 245-WA BUS 249-WA BUS 258-WA

QuickBooks• Accounting I Accounting II Accounting for Managers Managerial Accounting Principles of Auditing Integrated Acctg. Softwar.• Payroll & Spreadsheet Soft.• Intermediate Acctg I Pharmacology Medical Terminology Introduction to Art History Introduction to Art History American Art Human Biology Human Biology Mathematics of Business Mathematics of Business Principles of Management Introduction to Business Business Law I Business Law II Techniques of Selling Human Resource Mgmt. Business Statistics Principles of Marketing Labor Relations Supervisory Management

MTH 052+ ACC 155 MTH 052+ ACC 156 ACC 156 ACC 155 ACC 156

MTH 052 MTH 052

BUS 205

MTH 052

Staff Nicassio Nicassio Nicassio Nicassio Nicassio Brown Nicassio Nicassio Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Kalup Kalup Staff Nicassio St. John St. John St. John Staff Staff Staff Staff St. John St. John St. John

COURSE TITLE

CRD HRS

START DATE

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 1 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3

05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-06/17 05/14-06/17 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-06/19 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-06/19 06/04-07/27 05/14-07/26 06/04-07/27 06/04-07/27 06/04-07/27 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 06/04-07/27 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 06/04-07/27 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 06/04-07/27 06/04-07/27 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-06/19 05/14-06/19 05/14-06/19 05/14-06/19 05/14-06/19 05/14-06/19 05/14-06/19 05/14-06/19 06/14-07/27 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26

PREREQUSITE

INSTRUCTOR

ONLINE (CONTINUED) 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 5 1 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 1 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 1 8 11 8 8 8 11 11 11 8 11 11 8 11 11 11 8 8 11 11 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 8 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

BUS 260-WA BUS 261-WA BUS 262-WA BUS 275-WA BUS 285-WA CIS 168-WA CIS 209-WA CPT 110-WA CPT 120-WA CPT 122-WA CPT 145-WA CPT 150-WA CPT 150-WB CPT 151-WA CPT 182-WA CPT 183-WA CPT 185-WA CPT 190-WA CPT 195-WA CPT 196-WA CPT 201-WA CPT 203-WA CPT 206-WA CPT 235-WA CPT 238-WA CRJ 155-WA CRJ 162-WA CRJ 180-WA CRJ 195-WA CRJ 255-WA CRJ 283-WA CRJ 287-WA CRJ 296-WA ECE 179-WA ECE 180-WA ECE 189-WA ECN 158-WA ECN 255-WA ECN 256-WA EDU 200-WA EGR 105-WA ENG 070-W1 ENG 070-WA ENG 161-W1 ENG 161-W2 ENG 161-W3 ENG 161-WA ENG 161-WB ENG 161-WC ENG 162-W1 ENG 162-WA ENG 162-WB ENG 163-W1 ENG 163-WA ENG 163-WB ENG 163-WC ENG 164-W1 ENG 164-W2 ENG 164-WA ENG 164-WB ENG 164-WC ENG 165-WA ENG 255-WA ENG 255-WB ENG 255-WC ENG 255-WD ENG 255-WF ENG 255-WG ENG 255-WH ENG 255-WJ ENG 256-W1 EPS 150-WA EPS 150-WB EPS 150-WC EPS 150-WD EPS 160-WA FIN 155-WA FIN 220-WA FIN 246-WA FIN 259-WA

Small Business Management International Business Effective Entrepreneurship Organizational Behavior Compensation Management Prin of Information Security• LAN Security• Exploring Windows• Intro to the Internet• Visio Intro to Comp. Tech.• Microcomputer Concepts• Microcomputer Concepts• Advanced Office Applications• Operating Systems• Local Area Networks• PowerPoint• Word for Windows• Excel for Windows• Access for Windows• Web Design/Web Standards• XHTML and CSS• Javascript• Database Mgmt. Systems• Wide Area Networking• Intro to Criminal Justice Police Administration I Corrections Intro to Private Security Juvenile Delinquency Inst Treat. of Adults/Juv. Multiculturalism & CRJ System Intro to Criminalistics Infant & Toddler Development Child Growth & Development Early Childhood Lang and Lit Elements of Economics Macroeconomics Microeconomics Intro to Instruct Technology• Manufacturing Procedures Intermediate Writing Intermediate Writing College Writing College Writing College Writing College Writing College Writing College Writing Technical Communication Technical Communication Technical Communication Business Communication Business Communication Business Communication Business Communication Advanced Composition Advanced Composition Advanced Composition Advanced Composition Advanced Composition Creative Writing Introduction to Literature Introduction to Literature Introduction to Literature Introduction to Literature Introduction to Literature Introduction to Literature Introduction to Literature Introduction to Literature 20th Century Literary Themes Astronomy Astronomy Astronomy Astronomy Earth Science Personal Finance Business Finance Risk Mgmt. & Insurance Investments

SES- COURSE NO. SION & SECTION

COURSE TITLE

CRD HRS

START DATE

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

05/14-06/19 05/14-06/19 05/14-06/19 05/14-06/19 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 06/04-07/27 05/14-07/26 06/04-07/27 05/14-07/26 06/04-07/27 05/14-07/26 06/04-07/27 05/14-07/26 06/04-07/27 05/14-07/26 06/04-07/27 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 06/04-07/27 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/15-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-06/17 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-06/17 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 06/04-07/27 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 06/04-07/27 06/04-07/27 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26

PREREQUSITE

INSTRUCTOR

CPT 001 CPT 001

CPT 050 CPT 050 CPT 150 CPT 150+

CPT 150+ CPT 150+

CPT 151+ CPT 183+ CRJ 155

CRJ 155 ECE 179+

MTH 052+ MTH 052+

ENG 030 ENG 030 ENG 070+ ENG 070+ ENG 070+ ENG 070+ ENG 070+ ENG 070+ ENG 161 ENG 161 ENG 161 ENG 161 ENG 161 ENG 161 ENG 161 ENG 161 ENG 161 ENG 161 ENG 161 ENG 161 ENG 161

ACC 165+ MTH 052+

1 1 1 11 11 11 11 8 11 8 11 8 11 8 11 8 11 8 11 11 11 11 11 11 8 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 5 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 1 11 11 11 11 11 11 8 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 8 8 11 11

FSM 118-WA FSM 159-W1 FSM 159-WA FSM 159-WB GEO 155-WA GEO 160-WA HAC 290-WA HIS 155-W1 HIS 155-WA HIS 156-W1 HIS 156-WA HIS 249-W1 HIS 249-WA HIS 255-W1 HIS 255-WA HIS 256-W1 HIS 256-WA HIS 257-W1 HIS 257-WA HMS 170-WA HMS 172-WA HPE 156-WA HSM 101-WA HSM 103-WA HUM 156-W1 HUM 156-WA LAS 140-WA LIS 140-WA MED 155-WA MED 158-WA MED 255-WA MED 256-WA MKT 242-WA MKT 251-WA MKT 252-WA MKT 253-WA MKT 254-WA MTH 050-WA MTH 050-WB MTH 052-WA MTH 052-WB MTH 100-WA MTH 100-WB MTH 157-WA MTH 157-WB MTH 158-WA MTH 160-WA MTH 160-WB NGT 101-WA OFT 100-WA OFT 110-WA OFT 120-WA OFT 130-WA OFT 140-WA OFT 145-WA OFT 150-WA OFT 151-WA OFT 155-WA OFT 165-WA OFT 185-WA OFT 190-WA OFT 195-WA OFT 196-WA OFT 210-WA OFT 220-WA OFT 225-WA PDV 160-WA PHL 155-WA PHL 160-WA PHL 160-WB PHL 161-WA PHL 161-WB PHY 153-WA POL 155-WA POL 255-WA PSY 160-W1 PSY 160-W2 PSY 160-WA PSY 160-WB

Sanitation Nutrition Nutrition Nutrition Intro to Human Geography Physical Geo. & Environ. Refrigeration Recovery Early Western Civilization Early Western Civilization Modern Western Civilization Modern Western Civilization The Civil War The Civil War Early U.S. and Pa. History Early U.S. and Pa. History Modern U.S. & Pa. History Modern U.S. & Pa. History The World in the 20th Century The World in the 20th Century Racial & Ethnic Minorities Drug & Alcohol Dependency Health & Physical Education• Orientation to HSM/Emer. Intro Vulnerability Assess. Critical Thinking Critical Thinking Domestic Relations Library Administration Introduction to Multimedia History of Cinema Public Relations Advertising Retailing Consumer Behavior Public Relations Global Marketing Advertising and Promotion Basic Mathematics Basic Mathematics Foundations of Algebra Foundations of Algebra Intermediate Algebra Intermediate Algebra College Algebra College Algebra Precalculus Mathematics Introduction to Statistics Introduction to Statistics Intro to Natural Gas Industry Basic Keyboarding• Document Processing I• Document Processing II• A&P for Medical Office• Office Procedures• Medical Office Procedures Medical Billing Management• Advanced Office Applications• Intro/Electronic Health Recor Law & Ethics/Healthcare PowerPoint• Word for Windows• Excel for Windows• Access for Windows• Office Technologies• Transcription and Filing• Proofreading• Strategies for Academic Succe Introduction to Logic Introduction to Philosophy Introduction to Philosophy Introduction to Ethics Introduction to Ethics Introduction to Physics American National Govern. Amer. State & Local Govern General Psychology General Psychology General Psychology General Psychology

COURSE TITLE

CRD HRS

START DATE

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

05/14-07/26 06/04-07/27 06/04-07/27 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 06/04-07/27 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 06/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 06/04-07/27 05/14-07/26 06/04-07/27 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-06/19 06/20-07/26 05/14-07/26 06/04-07/27 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 06/04-07/27 06/04-07/27 05/14-07/26 05/14-06/17 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26

PREREQUSITE

INSTRUCTOR

ONLINE (CONTINUED)

ONLINE (CONTINUED) St. John Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Uhrin Uhrin Uhrin Uhrin Uhrin Uhrin Uhrin Baric Rustic Rustic Rustic Santicola Santicola Santicola Staff Staff Staff Krug Staff Staff Staff Hricik Hricik Hays Hricik Hricik Hricik Henry Henry Henry Henry Staff Staff Hricik Hays Hays Staff Toohey Toohey Toohey Henry Henry Henry Staff Staff Henry Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff St. John St. John Santicola Santicola

SES- COURSE NO. SION & SECTION

SOC 155

LAS 101+

Pl Test+ Pl Test+ MTH 052 MTH 052 MTH 100 MTH 100 MTH 157 MTH 050 MTH 050

OFT 100 OFT 110 ALH 122+

OFT 110 CPT 150

CPT 150 CPT 150 CPT 110+ CPT 110+ OFT 110 OFT 110 OFT 110

MTH 052+

Komarinski Shipley Shipley Shipley Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Babilya Babilya Kuehne Kuehne Kuehne Kuehne Frank Frank Kuehne Padgett Padgett Staff Staff Lucas Lucas Miller Staff Goswick Johnson Staff Johnson Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Lucas Lucas Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Cordle Staff Staff Kreinbrook Kreinbrook McClure McClure

11 8 8 11 11 11 8 11 11 8 11 11 11 11 8 11 8 11 11 1 2 11 8 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 8 8 11 1 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

PSY 160-WC PSY 161-W1 PSY 161-W2 PSY 161-WA PSY 161-WB PSY 163-WA PSY 165-W1 PSY 165-WA PSY 167-WA PSY 250-W1 PSY 260-WA PSY 265-WA PSY 267-WA PSY 268-WA PSY 270-W1 PSY 270-WA REL 171-W1 REL 171-WA REL 181-WA RLS 101-WA RLS 102-WA RLS 205-WA SOC 155-W1 SOC 155-WA SOC 155-WB SOC 155-WC SOC 160-WA SOC 161-WA SOC 165-WA SOC 255-WA SPC 156-W1 SPC 156-W2 SPC 156-WA WEB 102-WA WEB 110-WA WEB 120-WA WEB 140-WA WEB 162-WA WEB 201-WA WEB 203-WA WEB 206-WA WEB 235-WA

General Psychology Human Growth & Dev. Human Growth & Dev. Human Growth & Dev. Human Growth & Dev. Physiologic Psychology Educational Psychology Educational Psychology Death and Dying Research Methods Social Psychology Child Psychology Psychology of Women Adolescent Psychology Abnormal Psychology Abnormal Psychology World Religions Survey World Religions Survey Religion in America Fundamentals of Real Estate Real Estate Practices Property Management Principles of Sociology Principles of Sociology Principles of Sociology Principles of Sociology Applied Human Relations Marriage and Family Cultural Diversity Cultural Anthropology Interpersonal Communication Interpersonal Communication Interpersonal Communication Acrobat Essentials• Web Design Flash• Dreamweaver - Basic• Fireworks• Web Design/Web Standards• XHTML and CSS• Javascript• Interactive Design•

PSY 160 PSY 160 PSY 160 PSY 160 PSY 160 PSY 160 PSY 160

PSY 160 PSY 160 PSY 160 PSY 160 PSY 160

WEB 110+

Silverberg Guth Guth Guth Guth Silverberg Guth Guth Guth Staff Silverberg McClure Guth McClure Kreinbrook Kreinbrook Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Soltis Soltis Soltis Soltis Dupnack Soltis Soltis Soltis Culyba Culyba Culyba Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

How to Register If you’re a new student, you must complete the Application for Admission which is available online at wccc.edu or by calling the Admissions Office at 724925-4077 before registering for a class. Prior to registering, check the prerequisite column in the class schedule. Some classes have prerequisites that must be completed before you can register for that course. If you are enrolling full-time, you are required to take placement tests. If you’re enrolling part-time, you are required to take placement tests prior to enrolling in math or English classes. Register as early as possible because many classes fill to capacity well before the beginning of the semester. A bill will be sent to you after your registration is processed. Payment can be made by check, MasterCard or VISA. If paying by check, place your Social Security number on the bottom of the check.

By Phone 724-925-4204 or 1-800-262-2103, ext. 4204 TDD 724-925-4297 (for hearing impaired students)

Online - wccc.edu New students may apply for admission online by completing the Application for Admission. Returning WCCC students may register online. Students may register in person at any WCCC location.

Need help paying for college? For information regarding financial aid and scholarship opportunities, contact the WCCC Financial Aid Office at 1-800-262-2103, ext. 4063.


Indiana County Education Center - Summer Schedule