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WESTMORELAND COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE 145 Pavilion Lane Youngwood, PA 15697-1814

Nonprofit Org. U.S. Postage

P A I  D Permit No. 20 Greensburg, PA

Postmaster please deliver: February 29-March 3, 2012

Dental Hygiene Major

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Summer 2012 Credit Class Schedule

Summer Sessions at WCCC Each year, thousands of students attend WCCC during our summer sessions. Some are students who want to get a head start on their college education while others are students from colleges and universities who want to lighten their fall credit loads, concentrate on problem courses, or simply complete their degrees in less time.

Our summer schedule features —

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4 convenient sessions: 51/2-week sessions – May 14 and June 20 8-week session – June 4–July 27 11-week session – May 14–July 26 More than 200 online classes No Friday classes Close to home locations Bushy Run Center, Export Fayette County Center, Uniontown Greene County Center, Waynesburg Indiana County Center, Indiana Laurel Center, Latrobe Mon Valley Center, Belle Vernon New Kensington Center, New Kensington Affordable tuition

If you are a student from another college attending WCCC— Before registering for any classes at WCCC, be sure that you:

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

✔ 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.

✔ 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.

Be smart...start your college career right here Did you know that you can complete the first two years of your bachelor’s degree at WCCC and then transfer your credits to the four-year college of your choice? The Associate in Arts (A.A.) and Associate in Fine Arts (A.F.A.) degree programs include the same courses you’ll find at four-year schools for the freshman and sophomore years. We have agreements with several excellent colleges and universities – such as Cal U, IUP, Pitt Greensburg, Seton Hill, Saint Vincent, University of Phoenix, Franklin University and many more - to make the transfer process as smooth as possible. We offer 21 A.A. transfer options – see the list below. But if your field of study isn’t listed, you can design your own A.A. degree that works for your major and the college you plan to attend. Our counselors can help you select the right classes to take.

Associate in Arts Degree Options Art Biology Business Chemistry Chiropractic Communication Computer Science/ Information Systems Criminal Justice Engineering English/Writing/Literature Health and Physical Education

Health Professions History Humanities Library Science Mathematics Physics Political Science Psychology Sociology Teacher Education

Associate in Fine Arts Degree Options Studio Arts Music

Haven’t figured out what field to pursue? If you don’t know what you want to do, WCCC is a really smart college choice. You can take classes in areas that interest you until you figure out what field you want to pursue. And, your time and your money won’t be wasted because your credits may be applied to the A.A. degree and transfer into a bachelor’s degree program at a four-year school.

Save on the cost of your bachelor’s degree College costs are skyrocketing. By staying close to home and earning an A.A. or A.F.A. degree at WCCC, you’ll save thousands of dollars on dorms, meal plans and tuition costs. With our low tuition, WCCC is the best educational value in Pennsylvania.

Dedicated faculty = more personal attention Our faculty love to teach and they are dedicated to their students. Because our classes are small, our faculty will know you by name and give you more personal attention. Our graduates always say, “I wish I could have stayed at WCCC for four years.”

Earning your degree matters Students who complete an A.A. or A.F.A. degree are more successful at four-year schools and are more likely to complete their bachelor’s degree.

WCCC graduates go places Here is just a small sampling of the colleges and universities where our students transfer. Art Institute of Pittsburgh California University of Pennsylvania Carlow University Chatham College Cheyney University Clarion University of Pennsylvania Cornell University Duquesne University Edinboro University of Pennsylvania Franklin University Gannon University Geneva College Indiana University of Pennsylvania La Roche College Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania Pennsylvania State University Penn State-Fayette Penn State-Greater Allegheny Penn State-New Kensington Point Park University Robert Morris University Saint Vincent College Seton Hill University Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania Temple University Thiel College University of Phoenix University of Pittsburgh Waynesburg University West Liberty State College West Virginia University Wheeling Jesuit College

Be smart… and find out more about WCCC’s A.A. and A.F.A. programs. View our college catalog on the web, www.wccc.edu or call the Admissions Office at 1-800-2622103, ext. 4077.


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Build real-world skills for jobs with a future. Are you looking to enter the job market right away? Do you want a career that will take you places? Then you have to build real-world skills to match employers’ real-world needs. WCCC is the best place to gain those skills.

Real-world Faculty Our faculty have worked in their fields, so they bring their real-world experience into the classroom. Plus, they consult with area employers and keep up-to-date with changes in their professions to ensure their programs and you - our students- are current for the workplace.

State-of-the-art labs At WCCC, you’ll also find state-of-the-art laboratories where you’ll gain those handson practical skills. Our labs for culinary arts, graphic design/web design/multimedia, dental hygiene, nursing, radiology technology and diagnostic medical sonography have been called the best training facilities for their fields in the region.

75+ programs with flexible scheduling You can build the skills you need through any of our 75+ career preparation programs. The associate in applied science degree programs can be completed in two years of fulltime study while the diploma and certificate programs can usually be completed in a year or less. Many working adults enroll in our programs on a part-time basis and take advantage of our flexible scheduling. Classes are offered at eight convenient locations as well as online, so you may complete your courses in the comfort of your home. Build real-world skills. Check out our career preparation programs listed on this page. If you’d like more information about a particular program, call the WCCC Admissions Office for a college catalog, 1-800-262-2103, ext. 4077 or view it online at www.wccc.edu.

Build your career skills through these WCCC programs ACCOUNTING Accounting, AAS Computer Accounting and Tax Specialist, Certificate

ALLIED HEALTH Clinical Laboratory Technology, AAS Dental Assisting, Diploma Dental Hygiene, AAS Diagnostic Medical Sonography, AAS Expanded Functions Dental Assisting, Certificate Health Information Technology, AAS Medical Assisting, Diploma Nursing, AAS, Diploma Phlebotomy/Specimen Processing, Certificate Radiology Technology, AAS

BUSINESS Business Financial Management Option, AAS, Certificate General Management Option, AAS, Certificate Human Resources Management Option, AAS, Certificate Marketing Management Option, AAS, Certificate Real Estate Management Option, AAS, Certificate Small Business Management Option, AAS, Certificate Diploma

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS Computer Information Security, AAS, Certificate Computer Systems Electronics Technology Electro-Optics Option, AAS Networking Option, AAS Computer Technology Networking Option, AAS, Certificate Programming for the Enterprise Option, AAS Technical Support Option, AAS Telecommunications Option, AAS, Diploma Computer Technology, Diploma Database Application Development, Certificate Fiber Optic Technologies, Certificate Microcomputer Applications, Certificate PC Repair/A+, Certificate Programming, Certificate Web Development, Certificate

CULINARY ARTS/ HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT Baking and Pastry, AAS, Diploma, Certificate Casino/Gaming, Certificate Culinary Arts, AAS, Diploma Dietetic Technology - Nutritional Services Management, AAS Dining Room Management, Certificate Hotel/Motel Management, Certificate Restaurant/Culinary Management, AAS, Diploma Travel, Tourism and Lodging Management, AAS

ENGINEERING SCIENCE & INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY Architectural Drafting and Design, AAS Computer Numerical Control Technology, AAS, Certificate Computer Systems Electronics Technology, AAS Electro-Optics Option, AAS Networking Option, AAS Drafting and Design Technology, AAS Computer Aided Drafting and Design/Computer Aided Manufacturing Option Mechanical Drafting and Design Option Electronics Engineering Technology, AAS Engineering Technology, AAS Fire Science Technology, AAS, Diploma, Certificate Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration, AAS, Certificate Industrial Electricity Technology, Certificate Machine Technology, AAS, Certificate Manufacturing Technology, AAS Manufacturing Maintenance Apprenticeship Option Manufacturing Process Technology Option Nanofabrication Manufacturing Option Robotics Technology, AAS Welding Engineering Technology, AAS, Certificate

GRAPHIC DESIGN AND ANIMATION Graphic Design and Animation Flash Design Option, AAS Graphic Design Option, AAS, Certificate 2-D Animation, Certificate 3-D Art/Animation, Certificate

HORTICULTURE Floriculture Option, AAS, Certificate Landscape Design, Installation and Maintenance Option, AAS Turfgrass Management Option, AAS, Certificate Horticulture, Certificate Landscape Design, Certificate Landscape Installation and Maintenance, Certificate

MULTIMEDIA AND PHOTOGRAPHY Multimedia Technology Option, AAS Adobe Video Studio, Certificate Photography Option, AAS, Certificate Video/Television, Certificate

OFFICE TECHNOLOGY Medical Administration Option, AAS, Certificate Medical Transcription, Diploma Medical Coding/Billing, Certificate Office Administration Option, AAS, Diploma, Certificate

PUBLIC SERVICES Criminal Justice, AAS Information Security Option, AAS Corrections Officer, Certificate Education/Pre-K–Grade 4, AAS, Diploma, Certificate Early Childhood Director, Certificate Fire Science Technology, AAS, Diploma, Certificate Homeland Security, AAS, Certificate Human Services, AAS Library Science, Certificate Paralegal, A.A.S., Diploma

SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY Bionanotechnology, AAS Forensic Science, Certificate Science Technology, AAS Biology Option, AAS Chemistry Option, AAS Forensics Option, AAS Medical Applications Option, AAS

WEB TECHNOLOGY Web Commerce Option, AAS Web Publishing Option, AAS, Certificate Web Development, Certificate


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Distance Learning at WCCC Distance learning courses offer convenience and flexibility to learners. At WCCC, you can choose from instructional delivery modes that reduce travel time and cost by allowing you to learn at convenient times and places. Distance learning is an educational experience in which you and your instructor are separated by physical distance and teaching/learning is achieved through delivery modes such as online courses and interactive videoconference courses.

Online Courses Online courses offer the opportunity to take courses using your home computer or a computer located at another site such as a public library or the WCCC computer labs. You do all of your coursework online: read assignments, take part in discussions, submit work, and interact with instructors and classmates via the Internet. Although online courses are not self-paced, you can complete your course work at times convenient to you. Online courses are not suited for everyone, however. You should be able to devote at least six hours of study, reading, and work time per week for each threecredit online class in which you are enrolled. Students who work well on their own; are familiar with the Internet; have good reading comprehension skills; and possess basic typing skills are best prepared to succeed in online courses. 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 and a quiz on online learning. If you have questions after this, call 1-800-262-2103, ext. 5921 or send e-mail to blackboardsupport@wccc.edu

COMPUTER REQUIREMENTS FOR ONLINE COURSES You need some basic computer skills in order to be successful in online classes. At a minimum, you should know how to: 1) save and send files via an email attachment; 2) navigate to sites on the Internet; 3) create documents with Microsoft Word software; and 4) download documents to specific folders on your computer. Students who lack these basic skills may find online courses very difficult. Since most communication with your classmates and instructors will be written, you should be prepared to spend a lot of time reading, composing and typing. 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

A dial-up, 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

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.

Interactive Videoconference Courses (ITV) ITV classes enable students at the WCCC education centers – Bushy Run, Fayette County, Greene County, Indiana County, Laurel, Mon Valley and New Kensington – to enroll in courses that are not usually available at those sites. Using live, interactive television technology, students at two or more sites are “joined” into one class. You can see and hear the instructor at all times and also have the opportunity to see and talk with other students at all of the sites participating in a particular class. The instructor teaches from various sites throughout the semester so that you experience “face-to-face” instruction during the semester. The college courier service delivers course materials to all the education centers and also delivers your assignments to the instructor. ITV classes are designated by (ITV) next to the course title. For more information on distance learning classes at WCCC, contact the director of Learning Resources/ Special Projects at 1-800-262-2103, ext. 4101.


Summer 2012 Credit Class Schedule SESSION

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Online

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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 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

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ENG 161 ENG 161 ENG 161 ENG 161 ENG 161 ENG 161 ENG 161 ENG 161 ENG 161 ENG 161 ENG 161 ENG 161

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 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

ONLINE CLASSES (CONTINUED) QuickBooks• 1 Accounting I 3 Accounting II 3 Accounting for Managers 3 Managerial Accounting 3 Principles of Auditing 3 Integrated Acctg. Softwar.• 3 Payroll & Spreadsheet Soft.• 3 Intermediate Acctg I 3 Pharmacology 3 Medical Terminology 3 Introduction to Art History 3 Introduction to Art History 3 American Art 3 Human Biology 3 Human Biology 3 Mathematics of Business 3 Mathematics of Business 3 Principles of Management 3 Introduction to Business 3 Business Law I 3 Business Law II 3 Techniques of Selling 3 Human Resource Mgmt. 3 Business Statistics 3 Principles of Marketing 3 Labor Relations 3 Supervisory Management 3 Small Business Management 3 International Business 3 Effective Entrepreneurship 3 Organizational Behavior 3 Compensation Management 3 Prin of Information Security• 3 LAN Security• 3 Exploring Windows• 1 Intro to the Internet• 1 Visio 1 Intro to Comp. Tech.• 3 Microcomputer Concepts• 3 Microcomputer Concepts• 3 Advanced Office Applications• 3 Operating Systems• 3 Local Area Networks• 3 PowerPoint• 1 Word for Windows• 3 Excel for Windows• 3 Access for Windows• 3 Web Design/Web Standards• 3 XHTML and CSS• 3 Javascript• 3 Database Mgmt. Systems• 3 Wide Area Networking• 3 Intro to Criminal Justice 3 Police Administration I 3 Corrections 3 Intro to Private Security 3 Juvenile Delinquency 3 Inst Treat. of Adults/Juv. 3 Multiculturalism & CRJ System 3 Intro to Criminalistics 3 Infant & Toddler Development 3 Child Growth & Development 3 Early Childhood Lang and Lit 3 Elements of Economics 3 Macroeconomics 3 Microeconomics 3 Intro to Instruct Technology• 3 Manufacturing Procedures 3 Intermediate Writing 3 Intermediate Writing 3 College Writing 3 College Writing 3 College Writing 3 College Writing 3 College Writing 3 College Writing 3 Technical Communication 3

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

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CRJ 155 ECE 179+

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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 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

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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 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

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Fayette County Center

BRC

Bushy Run Center

GRE

Greene County Center

INC

Indiana County Center

LAC

Laurel Center

MVC

Mon Valley Center

NKC

New Kensington Center

WON Online Classes WYW Youngwood Campus

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ACC 165+ MTH 052+

SOC 155

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Clinical Laboratory

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Interactive Videoconference Class

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Pl Test

Placement Test

8-week session June 4–July 27

Lab Fee - See Page 17.

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ONLINE CLASSES (CONTINUED) 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 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

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 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

Public Relations 3 Global Marketing 3 Advertising and Promotion 3 Basic Mathematics 3 Basic Mathematics 3 Foundations of Algebra 3 Foundations of Algebra 3 Intermediate Algebra 3 Intermediate Algebra 3 College Algebra 3 College Algebra 3 Precalculus Mathematics 3 Introduction to Statistics 3 Introduction to Statistics 3 Intro to Natural Gas Industry 4 Basic Keyboarding• 1 Document Processing I• 3 Document Processing II• 3 A&P for Medical Office• 3 Office Procedures• 3 Medical Office Procedures 3 Medical Billing Management• 3 Advanced Office Applications• 3 Intro/Electronic Health Recor 3 Law & Ethics/Healthcare 3 PowerPoint• 1 Word for Windows• 3 Excel for Windows• 3 Access for Windows• 3 Office Technologies• 3 Transcription and Filing• 3 Proofreading• 3 Strategies for Academic Succe 1 Introduction to Logic 3 Introduction to Philosophy 3 Introduction to Philosophy 3 Introduction to Ethics 3 Introduction to Ethics 3 Introduction to Physics 3 American National Govern. 3 Amer. State & Local Govern 3 General Psychology 3 General Psychology 3 General Psychology 3 General Psychology 3 General Psychology 3 Human Growth & Dev. 3 Human Growth & Dev. 3 Human Growth & Dev. 3 Human Growth & Dev. 3 Physiologic Psychology 3 Educational Psychology 3 Educational Psychology 3 Death and Dying 3 Research Methods 3 Social Psychology 3 Child Psychology 3 Psychology of Women 3 Adolescent Psychology 3 Abnormal Psychology 3 Abnormal Psychology 3 World Religions Survey 3 World Religions Survey 3 Religion in America 3 Fundamentals of Real Estate 2 Real Estate Practices 2 Property Management 3 Principles of Sociology 3 Principles of Sociology 3 Principles of Sociology 3 Principles of Sociology 3 Applied Human Relations 3 Marriage and Family 3 Cultural Diversity 3 Cultural Anthropology 3 Interpersonal Communication 3 Interpersonal Communication 3 Interpersonal Communication 3 Acrobat Essentials• 1

WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON

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 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

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+

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

PSY 160 PSY 160 PSY 160 PSY 160 PSY 160

COURSE NO. & SECTION

COURSE TITLE

CRD HRS

SITE

DAYS

TIME

START-END DATE

PREREQUISITE

INSTRUCTOR

ONLINE CLASSES (CONTINUED) WEB 110-WA WEB 120-WA WEB 140-WA WEB 162-WA WEB 201-WA WEB 203-WA WEB 206-WA WEB 235-WA

Web Design Flash• Dreamweaver - Basic• Fireworks• Web Design/Web Standards• XHTML and CSS• Javascript• Interactive Design•

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON

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 WEB 110+

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

     ACC – Accounting Youngwood Campus 11 11 11 11 11

ACC 155-01 ACC 155-27 ACC 156-05 ACC 165-05 ACC 165-26

Accounting I Accounting I Accounting II Accounting for Managers Accounting for Managers

3 3 3 3 3

WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW

QuickBooks• Accounting I Accounting II Accounting for Managers Managerial Accounting Principles of Auditing Integrated Acct. Softwar.• Payroll & Spreadsheet Soft.• Intermediate Acctg I

1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON

MW W MW MW T

08:00-10:00A 06:00-09:40P 10:30-12:30P 10:30-12:30P 06:00-09:40P

05/14-07/25 05/16-07/25 05/14-07/25 05/14-07/26 05/15-07/24

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

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

Online 1 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

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

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

Staff Nicassio Nicassio Nicassio Nicassio NIcassio Brown Nicassio Nicassio

ALH – Allied Health Youngwood Campus 1

ALH 122-24

Medical Terminology

3

WYW

Pharmacology Medical Terminology

3 3

WON WON

MW

05:00-07:50P

05/14-06/18

Staff

05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26

Staff Staff

Online 11 11

ALH 120-WA ALH 122-WA

ARC – Architectural Drafting Youngwood Campus 11

ARC 101-12

Building Materials & Estimati 3

WYW

TTH

02:00-04:00P

05/15-07/26

Staff

3 3 Lab 3 Lab 3 Lab

WYW WYW

MTWTH MTWTHF MTWTHF MTWTHF MTWTHF MTWTHF MTWTHF

11:00-01:20P 06:00-06:50P 06:50-08:40P 06:00-06:50P 06:50-08:40P 06:00-06:50P 06:50-08:40P

05/14-06/19 05/14-06/19

Staff Staff

06/20-07/26

Staff

06/20-07/26

Staff

3 3 3

WON WON WON

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

Staff Staff Staff

Introduction to Art History (ITV)3 Introduction to Art History (ITV)3 Introduction to Art History (ITV)3 Introduction to Art History (ITV)3 Introduction to Art History (ITV)3

NKC MVC LAC FAY GRE

05/15-07/26 05/15-07/26 05/15-07/26 05/15-07/26 05/15-07/26

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

ART – Art Youngwood Campus 1 1

ART 160-07 ART 162-25

2-D Design Drawing I •

2

ART 163-07

Drawing II •

2

ART 165-25

Painting I •

WYW WYW

Online 8 11 11

ART 155-W1 ART 155-WA ART 158-WA

Introduction to Art History Introduction to Art History American Art

Off Campus 11 11 11 11 11

ART 155-30 ART 155-50 ART 155-60 ART 155-F0 ART 155-G0

TTH TTH TTH TTH TTH

10:15-12:15P 10:15-12:15P 10:15-12:15P 10:15-12:15P 10:15-12:15P

Studio Art classes are offered this summer at Touchstone Center for Crafts in Farmington. See page 16.


Summer 2012 Credit Class Schedule SESSION

COURSE NO. & SECTION

COURSE TITLE

CRD HRS

SITE

DAYS

TIME

START-END DATE

PREREQUISITE

7 INSTRUCTOR

ART (CONTINUED) Printmaking• 3-Design• Painting II• Clay I-Ceramics• Textiles I•

3 3 3 3 3

TCFA TCFA TCFA TCFA TCFA

MTWTHF TWTHFS MTWTHF MTWTHF MTWTHF

09:00-05:00P 09:00-05:00P 09:00-05:00P 09:00-05:00P 09:00-05:00P

07/09-07/13 07/16-07/20 07/23-07/27 06/11-06/15 06/11-06/15

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

05/15-07/24 06/04-07/25 06/05-07/26 ASL 101

Staff Staff Staff

ASL – American Sign Language Youngwood Campus 11 8 8

ASL 101-26 ASL 101-L1 ASL 102-L2

American Sign Language I American Sign Language I American Sign Language II

3 3 3

WYW WYW WYW

T MW TTH

06:00-09:40P 09:00-11:40A 06:00-08:30P

BIO – Biology Youngwood Campus (The following courses must be taken concurrently: BIO 155 + BIO 055, BIO 156 + BIO 056, BIO 171 + BIO 071, BIO 172 + BIO 072, BIO 265 + BIO 065.) 11 11 11 1 11 2 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

BIO 107-18 BIO 107-25 BIO 110-25 BIO 155-05 BIO 155-25 BIO 156-05 BIO 156-26 BIO 171-07 BIO 171-11 BIO 171-25 BIO 171-27 BIO 172-01 BIO 172-24 BIO 172-26 BIO 265-17 BIO 265-19 BIO 265-24 BIO 265-25

Human Biology Human Biology Intro to Forensic Biology• General Biology I• General Biology I• General Biology II• General Biology II• Anatomy & Physiology I• Anatomy & Physiology I• Anatomy & Physiology I• Anatomy & Physiology I• Anatomy & Physiology II• Anatomy & Physiology II• Anatomy & Physiology II• Microbiology• Microbiology• Microbiology• Microbiology•

3 3 4 Lab 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4

WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW

TTH MW TTH TH MTWTH MW MTWTH TTH MW TTH MW TTH MW MW TTH TTH MW TTH MW

06:00-07:50P 01:00-03:00P 06:00-08:00P 08:00-10:45P 10:00-12:00P 06:00-08:00P 10:00-12:00P 06:00-07:50P 01:00-03:00P 08:00-09:50A 06:00-08:00P 06:00-07:50P 08:00-10:00A 06:00-08:00P 05:30-07:20P 12:00-01:50P 01:00-03:00P 06:00-07:50P 06:00-08:00P

05/15-07/26 05/14-07/25 05/15-07/26 05/14-06/19 05/14-07/25 06/20-07/26 05/15-07/26 05/14-07/25 05/15-07/26 05/14-07/25 05/15-07/26 05/14-07/25 05/14-07/25 05/15-07/26 05/15-07/26 05/14-07/25 05/15-07/26 05/14-07/25

Staff Staff Delmastro Staff Oliver Staff Staff Kalup Berg Staff Staff Kalup Staff Staff Maloy Staff Staff Staff

BIO 155 BIO 155 ENG 080+ ENG 080+ ENG 080+ ENG 080+ BIO 171 BIO 171 BIO 171 BIO 171 BIO 171 BIO 171 BIO 171

BIO 055-09 BIO 055-17 BIO 055-27 BIO 056-09 BIO 056-26 BIO 065-03 BIO 065-11 BIO 065-12 BIO 065-13 BIO 065-21 BIO 065-23 BIO 065-26 BIO 071-14 BIO 071-15 BIO 071-21 BIO 071-22 BIO 071-27 BIO 071-28 BIO 072-05 BIO 072-06 BIO 072-24 BIO 072-26 BIO 072-27

General Biology I Lab General Biology I Lab General Biology I Lab General Biology II Lab General Biology II Lab Microbiology Lab Microbiology Lab Microbiology Lab Microbiology Lab Microbiology Lab Microbiology Lab Microbiology Lab Anatomy & Physiology I Lab Anatomy & Physiology I Lab Anatomy & Physiology I Lab Anatomy & Physiology I Lab Anatomy & Physiology I Lab Anatomy & Physiology I Lab Anatomy & Physiology II Lab Anatomy & Physiology II Lab Anatomy & Physiology II Lab Anatomy & Physiology II Lab Anatomy & Physiology II Lab

WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW

MW TTH W MW T W M TH T T TH T T TH M W W TH M W W T W

12:00-03:00P 12:00-02:45P 08:00-10:45P 12:00-03:00P 08:00-10:45P 09:00-01:15P 08:00-12:15P 08:00-11:50A 08:00-11:50A 02:00-05:50P 02:00-05:50P 06:45-10:35P 10:00-12:45P 10:00-12:45P 03:15-06:00P 03:15-06:00P 08:00-10:45P 08:00-10:45P 10:00-12:55P 10:10-12:55P 03:00-05:45P 08:00-10:45P 08:00-10:45P

05/14-06/18 05/15-06/19 05/16-07/25 06/20-07/25 05/15-07/24 05/16-07/25 05/14-07/23 05/17-07/26 05/15-07/24 05/15-07/24 05/17-07/26 05/15-07/24 05/15-07/24 05/17-07/26 05/14-07/23 05/16-07/25 05/16-07/25 05/17-07/26 05/14-07/23 05/16-07/25 05/16-07/25 05/15-07/24 05/16-07/25

Oliver Oliver Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Maloy Maloy Staff Berg Berg Staff Staff Staff Staff Kalup Kalup Staff Staff Staff

05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26

Kalup Kalup

Online 11 11

BIO 107-WA BIO 107-WB

Human Biology Human Biology

3 3

WON WON

Off Campus 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

BIO 107-37 BIO 107-F6 BIO 107-G6 BIO 155-35 BIO 171-95 BIO 172-33 BIO 172-96 BIO 172-N7

COURSE TITLE

CRD HRS

SITE

DAYS

TIME

START-END DATE

PREREQUISITE

INSTRUCTOR

11 11 11 11

BIO 265-36 BIO 265-66 BIO 265-97 BIO 267-N5

Microbiology• Microbiology• Microbiology• Microbiology•

4 4 4 4

NKC LAC BRC INC

T TTH M M

05:30-09:10P 03:30-05:25P 05:30-10:10P 05:00-09:40P

05/15-07/24 05/15-07/26 05/14-07/23 05/14-07/23

BIO 171 BIO 171 BIO 171 BIO 171

Staff Staff Staff Staff

NKC NKC NKC LAC LAC BRC BRC BRC BRC NKC NKC LAC BRC BRC

W W TH T TH TH W W M F F T T TH

06:00-08:45P 01:00-04:50P 05:30-09:20P 05:30-09:20P 05:30-09:20P 08:30-12:20P 05:30-09:55P 02:30-05:15P 08:00-10:45P 08:00-10:45A 12:00-02:45P 03:00-04:50P 08:00-10:45P 08:00-10:45P

05/16-07/25 05/16-07/25 05/17-07/26 05/15-07/24 05/17-07/26 05/17-07/26 05/16-07/25 05/16-07/25 05/14-07/23 05/18-07/20 05/18-07/20 05/15-07/24 05/15-07/24 05/17-07/26

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Delmastro Delmastro Delmastro Delmastro Staff Staff Staff

4 WYW Lab

M M

08:00-10:35A 10:45-04:00P

05/14-07/23

Dunkel

Mathematics of Business Mathematics of Business Mathematics of Business Principles of Management Introduction to Business Business Law I Business Law I Techniques of Selling Business Statistics

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW

MW TTH T MW MW MW TH W TH

10:30-12:30P 01:00-03:00P 06:00-09:40P 08:00-10:00A 12:30-02:30P 02:45-04:45P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P

05/14-07/25 05/15-07/26 05/15-07/24 05/14-07/25 05/14-07/25 05/14-07/25 05/17-07/26 05/16-07/25 05/17-07/26

MTH 052 MTH 052 MTH 052

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 Small Business Management International Business Effective Entrepreneurship Organizational Behavior Compensation Management

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON

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

MTH 052 MTH 052

Mathematics of Business Introduction to Business Introduction to Business Introduction to Business

3 3 3 3

LAC NKC LAC FAY

Off-Campus Biology Labs 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

BIO 055-37 BIO 065-33 BIO 065-38 BIO 065-66 BIO 065-68 BIO 065-91 BIO 065-95 BIO 071-94 BIO 071-97 BIO 072-31 BIO 072-33 BIO 072-64 BIO 072-96 BIO 072-98

General Biology I Lab Microbiology Lab Microbiology Lab Microbiology Lab Microbiology Lab Microbiology Lab Microbiology Lab Anatomy & Physiology I Lab Anatomy & Physiology I Lab Anatomy & Physiology II Lab Anatomy & Physiology II Lab Anatomy & Physiology II Lab Anatomy & Physiology II Lab Anatomy & Physiology II Lab

BKP – Baking & Pastry Youngwood Campus 11

BKP 141-01

Baking I•

BUS – Business Youngwood Campus 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

BUS 120-05 BUS 120-12 BUS 120-26 BUS 158-07 BUS 160-09 BUS 205-11 BUS 205-28 BUS 240-27 BUS 244-28

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

MTH 052

Online

Biology Labs 1 1 11 2 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

COURSE NO. & SECTION

BIOLOGY (CONTINUED)

Touchstone Center for Arts Classes – See page 16 for descriptions ART 143-TS ART 161-TS ART 166-TS ART 185-TS ART 188-TS

SESSION

Human Biology Human Biology Human Biology General Biology I• Anatomy & Physiology I• Anatomy & Physiology II• Anatomy & Physiology II• Anatomy & Physiology II•

3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4

NKC FAY GRE NKC BRC NKC BRC INC

W T TTH M MW TTH TTH TH

06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-07:50P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-07:50P 03:00-04:40P 06:00-07:50P 06:00-09:40P

05/16-07/25 05/15-07/24 05/15-07/26 05/14-07/23 05/14-07/25 05/15-07/26 05/15-07/26 05/17-07/26

ENG 080+ BIO 171 BIO 171 BIO 171

Staff Staff Staff Staff Delmastro Delmastro Staff Staff

8 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

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 BUS 260-WA BUS 261-WA BUS 262-WA BUS 275-WA BUS 285-WA

05/14-07/23 MTH 052 05/14-07/25 05/14-07/25 05/14-07/25

Staff Staff Staff Staff

BUS 205

Off Campus 11 11 11 11

BUS 120-65 BUS 160-33 BUS 160-61 BUS 160-F0

KEY FAY

Fayette County Center

BRC

Bushy Run Center

GRE

Greene County Center

INC

Indiana County Center

LAC

Laurel Center

MVC

Mon Valley Center

NKC

New Kensington Center

WON Online Classes WYW Youngwood Campus

For textbook prices & information, visit the Bookstore page at wccc.edu

MTH 052

Staff Nicassio St. John St. John St. John Staff Staff Staff Staff St. John St. John St. John St. John Staff Staff Staff Staff

M MW MW MW

06:00-09:40P 12:30-02:30P 12:30-02:30P 12:30-02:30P

Cln

Clinical Laboratory

2

ITV

Interactive Videoconference Class

Second 51/2-week session June 20–July 27

8

Pl Test

Placement Test

8-week session June 4–July 27

Lab Fee - See Page 17.

11

+

See catalog for additional or alternate prerequisites

11-week session May 14–July 26

1

First 5 /2-week session May 14–June 19

5

5-week classes - dates vary

1

Evening and Saturday classes are shaded.


8 SESSION

Summer 2012 Credit Class Schedule COURSE NO. & SECTION

COURSE TITLE

CRD HRS

SITE

DAYS

TIME

START-END DATE

PREREQUISITE

INSTRUCTOR

Youngwood Campus (The following courses must be taken concurrently: CHM 107 + CHM 007, CHM 155 + CHM 055, CHM 156 + CHM 056, CHM 264 + CHM 064.) CHM 107-12 CHM 107-26 CHM 155-07

11 2

CHM 155-25 CHM 156-05

11 1

CHM 156-26 CHM 250-01

2

CHM 251-01

11

CHM 264-03

Intro. Concepts in Chem.• Intro. Concepts in Chem.• General Chemistry I•

4 4 4 Lab General Chemistry I• 4 General Chemistry II• 4 Lab General Chemistry II• 4 Organic Chemistry I• 4 Lab Organic Chemistry II• 4 Lab Chem for the Health Sciences• 4

WYW WYW WYW

WYW

TTH TTH MTWTH MW MW MTWTH TTH TTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MW

09:00-10:50A 05:45-07:40P 11:00-01:00P 01:00-03:45P 05:30-07:30P 11:00-01:00P 08:00-10:45A 05:45-07:40P 08:30-10:30A 11:00-03:50P 08:30-10:30A 11:00-03:50P 09:00-11:00A

WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW

T TH T TH M W T W M

NKC LAC BRC INC NKC NKC LAC LAC BRC INC

WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW

05/15-07/26 MTH 052+ 05/15-07/26 MTH 052+ 05/14-06/18

Staff Staff Staff

05/14-07/25 06/21-07/26 CHM 155

Staff Staff

05/15-07/26 CHM 155 05/14-06/19 CHM 156

Staff Staff

06/20-07/26 CHM 250

Staff

05/14-07/25 CHM 155+

Staff

11:00-01:45P 11:00-01:45P 07:45-10:15P 07:45-10:15P 07:45-10:30P 07:45-10:30P 07:45-10:30P 11:00-01:45P 11:00-01:45P

05/15-07/24 05/17-07/26 05/15-07/24 05/17-07/26 05/14-07/23 05/16-07/25 05/15-07/24 05/16-07/25 05/14-07/23

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

TH TTH T M

06:00-09:40P 09:30-11:20A 05:30-09:10P 06:00-09:40P

05/17-07/26 05/15-07/26 05/15-07/24 05/14-07/23

M T T TH TH W

06:00-08:45P 06:00-08:45P 11:30-02:00P 11:30-02:00P 05:30-08:00P 06:00-08:30P

05/14-07/23 05/15-07/24 05/15-07/24 05/17-07/26 05/17-07/26 05/16-07/25

Chemistry Labs 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

CHM 007-15 CHM 007-16 CHM 007-26 CHM 007-28 CHM 055-25 CHM 055-26 CHM 056-27 CHM 064-07 CHM 064-08

Intro Concepts Chem I Lab Intro Concepts Chem I Lab Intro Concepts Chem I Lab Intro Concepts Chem I Lab General Chemistry I Lab General Chemistry I Lab General Chemistry II Lab Chemistry Health Sci Lab Chemistry Health Sci Lab

Off Campus 11 11 11 11

CHM 107-36 CHM 107-66 CHM 107-96 CHM 107-N5

Intro Concepts in Chem.• Intro Concepts in Chem.• Intro Concepts in Chem.• Intro Concepts in Chem.•

4 4 4 4

MTH 052+ MTH 052+ MTH 052+ MTH 052+

Staff Staff Staff Staff

Off-Campus Chemistry Labs 11 11 11 11 11 11

CHM 007-35 CHM 007-38 CHM 007-63 CHM 007-64 CHM 007-98 CHM 007-N7

Intro Concepts Chem I Lab Intro Concepts Chem I Lab Intro Concepts Chem I Lab Intro Concepts Chem I Lab Intro Concepts Chem I Lab Intro Concepts Chem I Lab

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

Prin of Information Security• LAN Security•

3 3

WON WON

11 11 11 1 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

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

05/14-07/26 CPT 001 05/14-07/26 CPT 001

Staff Staff

Youngwood Campus CNC 100-25

11

CNC 200-17

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

WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON

Intro/Computer Numer Control•3 WYW Lab Computer Numerical Control I• 4 WYW Lab

MW MW MW MW

09:00-10:15A 10:30-11:45A 01:00-02:30P 02:45-05:15P

05/14-07/25

Kepple

05/14-07/25 CNC 100

Kepple

Youngwood Campus CPT 050-01 CPT 150-01 CPT 150-09 CPT 150-14 CPT 150-26 CPT 151-04 CPT 180-27 CPT 182-27 CPT 198-25 CPT 248-26 CPT 249-28

Technology at WCCC Microcomputer Concepts• Microcomputer Concepts• Microcomputer Concepts• Microcomputer Concepts• Advanced Office Applications• C++ Programming• Operating Systems• Fiber-Optic Technologies• PC Hardware• PC Troubleshooting•

1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW

Exploring Windows• Intro to the Internet• Visio• Intro to Comp. Tech.• Microcomputer Concepts• Microcomputer Concepts•

1 1 1 3 3 3

WON WON WON WON WON WON

MW MW MW TTH T MW W W M T TH

10:30-11:45A 08:00-10:00A 01:00-03:00P 10:30-12:30P 06:00-09:40P 08:00-10:00A 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-10:30P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P

05/14-06/18 05/14-07/25 05/14-07/25 05/15-07/26 05/15-07/24 05/14-07/25 05/16-07/25 05/16-07/25 05/14-07/23 05/15-07/24 05/17-07/26

CPT 050 CPT 050 CPT 050 CPT 050 CPT 150 CPT 150+

CPT 182+

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

Online 5 1 11 11 11 11

CPT 110-WA CPT 120-WA CPT 122-WA CPT 145-WA CPT 150-WA CPT 150-WB

DAYS

TIME

START-END DATE

PREREQUISITE

INSTRUCTOR

Microcomputer Concepts• Microcomputer Concepts• Microcomputer Concepts• Microcomputer Concepts• Microcomputer Concepts•

3 3 3 3 3

NKC MVC LAC FAY INC

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

CPT 150 CPT 150+

CPT 151+ CPT 183+

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

CPT 050 CPT 050 CPT 050 CPT 050 CPT 050

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

CPT 150+ CPT 150+

Off Campus 11 11 11 11 11

CPT 150-36 CPT 150-56 CPT 150-68 CPT 150-F7 CPT 150-N7

T T TH W W

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

05/15-07/24 05/15-07/24 05/17-07/26 05/16-07/25 05/16-07/25

MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH TH MTWTH

12:00-02:00P 10:00-12:00P 12:00-02:00P 10:00-12:00P 08:00-10:00A 06:00-09:40P 08:00-10:00A

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

CRJ – Criminal Justice Youngwood Campus 1 1 2 2 2 11 1

CRJ 160-09 CRJ 163-05 CRJ 172-09 CRJ 225-05 CRJ 255-02 CRJ 265-28 CRJ 290-01

Criminal Law I Criminal Evidence Substance Abuse and Crime Criminology of Terrorism Juvenile Delinquency White Collar Crime Principles of Criminology

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW

Intro to Criminal Justice 3 Police Administration I 3 Corrections 3 Intro to Private Security 3 Juvenile Delinquency 3 Inst Treat. of Adults/Juv. 3 Multiculturalism & CRJ System 3 Intro to Criminalistics 3

WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON

Slagle Slagle Slagle Slagle Slagle Horan Slagle

Online 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

CRJ 155-WA CRJ 162-WA CRJ 180-WA CRJ 195-WA CRJ 255-WA CRJ 283-WA CRJ 287-WA CRJ 296-WA

11 11 11

DAH 106-10 DAH 109-06 DAH 115-01

Nutritional Biochemistry Oral Pathology Clinical Dental Hygiene I•

11

DAH 115-02

Clinical Dental Hygiene I•

11

DAH 117-01

Local Anesthesia•

11

DAH 117-02

Local Anesthesia•

CPT – Computer Technology 1 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

SITE

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•

CNC – Computer Numerical Control 11

CRD HRS

05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 CRJ 155 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 CRJ 155

Uhrin Uhrin Uhrin Uhrin Uhrin Uhrin Uhrin Baric

Youngwood Campus

Online CIS 168-WA CIS 209-WA

COURSE TITLE

DAH – Dental Hygiene

CIS – Computer Information Security 11 11

COURSE NO. & SECTION

COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY (CONTINUED)

CHM – Chemistry 11 11 1

SESSION

05/14-06/17 05/14-06/17 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 CPT 050 05/14-07/26 CPT 050

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

2 2 5 Cln Cln Cln Cln2 5 Cln Cln Cln Cln2 3 Lab Lab2 3 Lab Lab2

WYW WYW WYW

MW MW MW M T TH

12:30-01:45P 10:30-11:45A 09:00-10:15A 04:00-08:10P 01:00-05:10P 08:00-12:10P

05/14-07/25 DAH 103+ 05/14-07/25 DAH 103+ 05/17-07/23 DAH 103+

Staff Staff Staff

WYW

MW T W TH

09:00-10:15A 08:00-12:10P 04:00-08:10P 01:00-05:10P

05/17-07/26 DAH 103+

Staff

WYW

MW T T MW TH TH

02:00-03:00P 05:30-09:30P 05:30-09:30P 02:00-03:00P 05:30-09:30P 05:30-09:30P

05/15-07/24 DAH 103+

Staff

05/17-07/26 DAH 103+

Staff

12:00-01:15P 08:30-04:30P 09:00-11:45A

05/15-07/23 DAS 106

Staff

WYW

M TTH MW

05/14-06/18

Staff

4 WYW Lab 2 WYW Lab

MW MW T T

08:00-09:30A 10:00-02:00P 01:00-01:50P 02:00-04:00

05/14-07/25

Gengler

05/15-07/24

Stasa

WYW

DAS – Dental Assisting Youngwood Campus 11

DAS 108-09

Clinical Dental Assisting II•

1

DAS 109-03

Practice Management

4 Cln 2

WYW

DFT – Drafting Youngwood Campus 11

DFT 105-03

Technical Drafting I•

11

DFT 110-11

Blueprint Reading


Summer 2012 Credit Class Schedule SESSION

COURSE NO. & SECTION

COURSE TITLE

CRD HRS

SITE

DAYS

TIME

TTH TTH TTH TTH TTH TTH

08:00-09:50A 10:00-01:10P 08:00-09:50A 10:00-01:10P 05:00-05:30P 06:00-07:50P

START-END DATE

PREREQUISITE

9 INSTRUCTOR

DRAFTING (CONTINUED) 11

DFT 258-11

AutoCAD•

11

DFT 259-11

Advanced AutoCAD•

11

DFT 266-26

Auto Desk Inventor•

SESSION

COURSE NO. & SECTION

COURSE TITLE

CRD HRS

SITE

DAYS

TIME

4 Lab 4 Lab 4 Lab 4 Lab

WYW

TTH TTH T T MTWTH MTWTH W W

08:00-09:30A 09:40-10:30A 03:00-06:00P 06:10-08:00P 08:00-10:30A 10:40-12:10P 08:00-10:50A 11:00-02:00P

05/15-07/26

Kordalski

05/15-07/24

Simons

06/20-07/26

Staff

05/16-07/25

Kordalski

Basic Writing Intermediate Writing Intermediate Writing Intermediate Writing College Writing College Writing College Writing College Writing Technical Communication Business Communication Advanced Composition Advanced Composition Advanced Composition Children’s Literature Teaching Eng/Other Lang. Introduction to Literature

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW

MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH TTH MTWTH MTWTH M MW TTH TTH MTWTH TTH TH TTH W MW

08:00-10:00A 10:00-12:00P 10:00-12:00P 12:00-01:50P 10:00-12:00P 10:00-12:00P 10:00-02:25P 06:00-10:00P 06:00-09:45P 08:00-09:50A 10:00-12:00P 06:00-09:45P 06:00-09:40P 10:00-02:00P 09:00-12:40P 10:00-02:00P

06/20-07/26 06/20-07/26 06/20-07/26 05/15-07/26 05/14-06/19 06/20-07/26 05/14-07/23 06/20-07/25 05/15-06/19 05/15-07/26 06/20-07/26 05/15-06/19 05/17-07/26 05/15-06/19 05/16-07/25 05/14-06/18

Pl Test ENG 030 ENG 030 ENG 030 ENG 070+ ENG 070+ ENG 070+ ENG 070+ ENG 161 ENG 161 ENG 161 ENG 161 ENG 161

Geckle Staff Geckle Krug Hays Hays Staff Staff Hricik Hays Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

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

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

WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON

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 05/14-07/27

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

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

Intermediate Writing Intermediate Writing Intermediate Writing

3 3 3

LAC FAY INC

05/15-06/19

Gengler

11

ELC 106-11

Circuit Analysis I

06/21-07/26 DFT 258

Gengler

11

ELC 106-13

Circuit Analysis I

Stasa

2

ELC 191-01

Basic Princ.•

11

ELC 191-27

Basic Prin.•

05/15-07/26

Youngwood Campus DMS 207-07 DMS 211-11

Small Parts, Breast & Neuro• 2 Clinical II• 3

WYW WYW

MW TTHF

11:30-12:30P 08:00-04:30P

05/14-07/25 05/15-07/26

Staff Staff

Off Campus 11

DMS 213-01

Acoustical Prin/Instrument I

4 Lab

W M

08:00-11:15A 08:00-11:15A

05/16-07/23

Staff

05/14-07/26

Shipley

05/14-07/23 06/20-07/25 05/15-06/19 05/15-07/24 06/21-07/26 ECE 188+ 05/15-07/24 ECE 184+

Hoden Staff Hoden Staff Staff Hoden

05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 ECE 179+ 05/14-07/26

Rustic Rustic Rustic

05/14-07/25 05/15-07/26 MTH 052+ 05/15-07/24 MTH 052+ 05/14-07/23 MTH 052+

Staff Staff Staff Staff

05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 MTH 052+ 05/14-07/26 MTH 052+

Santicola Santicola Santicola

DTT – Dietetic Technology Youngwood Campus 11

DTT 199-87

Nutritional Serv. Mgmt. Prac. 3

WYW

ECE – Education/Pre-K–Grade 4 Youngwood Campus 11 2 1 11 2 11

ECE 184-86 ECE 185-27 ECE 188-26 ECE 191-26 ECE 194-28 ECE 284-26

Early Childhood Education Pra 4 Intro to Early Childhood Ed 3 Intro to Exceptional Develpme 3 Assessment and Observation 3 Children with Special Needs 3 Child Care Practicum II 4

WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW

Infant & Toddler Development 3 Child Growth & Development 3 Early Childhood Lang and Lit 3

WON WON WON

M MW TTH T TTH T

05:00-06:00P 06:00-10:00P 06:00-09:45P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 05:00-06:00P

Online 11 11 11

ECE 179-WA ECE 180-WA ECE 189-WA

ECN – Economics Youngwood Campus 11 11 11 11

ECN 158-06 ECN 255-11 ECN 255-26 ECN 256-25

Elements of Economics Macroeconomics Macroeconomics Microeconomics

3 3 3 3

WYW WYW WYW WYW

Elements of Economics Macroeconomics Microeconomics

3 3 3

WON WON WON

Teaching Eng/Other Lang.

3

WYW

Intro to Instruct Technology•

3

WON

MW TTH T M

10:30-12:30P 08:00-10:00A 06:00-09:40P 06:00-10:30P

Online 11 11 11

ECN 158-WA ECN 255-WA ECN 256-WA

EDU – Education Youngwood Campus 11

EDU 250-03

W

09:00-12:40P

05/16-07/25

Staff

05/14-07/26

Staff

Online 11

EDU 200-WA

EGR – Engineering EGR 220-17

Intro to Statics & Strength

3

WYW

Manufacturing Procedures

3

WON

TH

01:00-04:00P

05/17-07/26 MTH 108

Stasa

Online 1

EGR 105-WA

05/14-06/19

1

ELC 106-11

WYW WYW

ENG – English Youngwood Campus 2 2 2 11 1 2 11 2 1 11 2 1 11 1 11 1

ENG 030-01 ENG 070-05 ENG 070-06 ENG 070-15 ENG 161-05 ENG 161-06 ENG 161-07 ENG 161-27 ENG 162-26 ENG 163-11 ENG 164-06 ENG 164-26 ENG 164-2A ENG 233-05 EDU 250-03 ENG 255-05

Online 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

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

Programmable Logic Control I• 4 WYW Lab Circuit Analysis I 4 WYW Lab

8 11 1

ENG 070-65 ENG 070-F2 ENG 070-N2

KEY

Youngwood Campus ELC 100-24

WYW

TTH TTH MTWTH MTWTH

08:00-09:20A 09:30-11:00A 12:00-02:20P 02:30-04:00P

05/15-07/26 05/14-06/19

For textbook prices and information, visit the Bookstore web page at wccc.edu

MW TTH TTH

05:30-07:30P 10:00-11:50A 12:00-01:50P

06/04-07/25 ENG 030 05/15-07/26 ENG 030 05/15-07/26 ENG 030

Staff Staff Staff

Staff

ELC – Electronics 11

INSTRUCTOR

Off Campus

Youngwood Campus 11

PREREQUISITE

ELECTRONICS (CONTINUED) 4 WYW Lab 4 WYW Lab 4 Lab

DMS – Diagnostic Medical Sonography 11 11

START-END DATE

Simons Staff

FAY

Fayette County Center

BRC

Bushy Run Center

GRE

Greene County Center

INC

Indiana County Center

LAC

Laurel Center

MVC

Mon Valley Center

NKC

New Kensington Center

WON Online Classes WYW Youngwood Campus

Cln

Clinical Laboratory

2

ITV

Interactive Videoconference Class

Second 51/2-week session June 20–July 27

8

Pl Test

Placement Test

8-week session June 4–July 27

Lab Fee - See Page 17.

11

+

See catalog for additional or alternate prerequisites

11-week session May 14–July 26

1

First 5 /2-week session May 14–June 19

5

5-week classes - dates vary

1

Evening and Saturday classes are shaded.


10 SESSION

COURSE NO. & SECTION

Summer 2012 Credit Class Schedule COURSE TITLE

CRD HRS

SITE

DAYS

TIME

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

NKC MVC LAC BRC FAY GRE INC NKC MVC LAC BRC FAY GRE

T T W MW MW TTH W TH TH W TH TH TH

06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-07:50P 08:00-09:50A 04:00-05:50P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P

START-END DATE

PREREQUISITE

INSTRUCTOR

ENGLISH (CONTINUED) 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

ENG 161-36 ENG 161-56 ENG 161-67 ENG 161-95 ENG 161-F1 ENG 161-G3 ENG 161-N6 ENG 164-30 ENG 164-50 ENG 164-67 ENG 164-90 ENG 164-F0 ENG 164-G0

05/15-07/24 05/15-07/24 05/16-07/25 05/14-07/25 05/14-07/25 05/15-07/26 05/16-07/25 05/17-07/26 05/17-07/26 05/16-07/25 05/17-07/26 05/17-07/26 05/17-07/26

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

Hays Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

Youngwood Campus EPS 163-26

Introduction to Physical Geo

4 WYW Lab

Astronomy Astronomy Astronomy Astronomy Earth Science

4 4 4 4 3

TTH T

06:00-08:25P 08:35-10:15P

05/15-07/24

Staff

05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

Online 11 11 11 11 11

EPS 150-WA EPS 150-WB EPS 150-WC EPS 150-WD EPS 160-WA

WON WON WON WON WON

FIN – Finance Youngwood Campus 11

FIN 220-26

Business Finance

3

WYW

Personal Finance Business Finance Risk Mgmt. & Insurance Investments

3 3 3 3

WON WON WON WON

T

06:00-09:40P

05/15-07/24 ACC 165+

Staff

05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 ACC 165+ 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 MTH 052+

St. John St. John Santicola Santicola

Online 11 11 11 11

FIN 155-WA FIN 220-WA FIN 246-WA FIN 259-WA

FSM – Restaurant/Culinary Management FSM 105-07

Foods I•

11

FSM 219-87

Hospitality Internship

4 WYW Lab 3 WYW

T T T

08:00-10:30A 10:45-03:20P 10:00-10:55A

05/15-07/24

Dunkel

05/15-07/24

Komarinski

Online 1 1 1 11

FSM 118-WA FSM 159-W1 FSM 159-WA FSM 159-WB

Sanitation Nutrition Nutrition Nutrition

2 3 3 3

WON WON WON WON

05/14-06/19 05/14-06/19 05/14-06/19 05/14-06/19

Komarinski Shipley Shipley Shipley

SITE

DAYS

TIME

START-END DATE

PREREQUISITE

INSTRUCTOR

Online 11

HAC 290-WA

Refrigeration Recovery

3

WON

Early Western Civiliza. (ITV) Early Western Civilization Modern Western Civiliza.(ITV) Early U.S. & Pa. History (ITV)

3 3 3 3

WYW WYW WYW WYW

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

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON

Early Western Civiliza. (ITV) 3 Early Western Civiliza. (ITV) 3 Early Western Civiliza. (ITV) 3 Modern Western Civiliza. (ITV) 3 Modern Western Civilization 3 Modern Western Civiliza. (ITV) 3 Early U.S. & Pa. History (ITV) 3 Early U.S. & Pa. History (ITV) 3 Early U.S. & Pa. History (ITV) 3

NKC MVC BRC NKC LAC GRE NKC MVC BRC

05/14-07/26

Staff

05/14-07/25 05/14-06/18 05/14-07/25 05/16-07/25

Staff Staff Staff Staff

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

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

08:00-09:50A 08:00-09:50A 08:00-09:50A 10:15-12:05P 06:00-09:40P 10:15-12:05P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P

05/14-07/25 05/14-07/25 05/14-07/25 05/14-07/25 05/17-07/26 05/14-07/25 05/16-07/25 05/16-07/25 05/16-07/25

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 04:00-07:40P 05:15-07:35P

05/17-07/26 05/15-07/24 HMS 156 05/17-07/26 HMS 155+ 05/17-07/26 HMS 258

Staff Staff Staff Staff

05/14-07/26 SOC 155 05/14-07/26

Staff Staff

05/15-07/26 HMS 155+

Staff

05/14-07/26

Staff

05/15-07/24

Staff

05/14-07/23

Staff

05/16-07/25

Staff

HIS – History Youngwood Campus 11 1 11 11

HIS 155-00 HIS 155-25 HIS 156-00 HIS 255-00

MW MW MW W

08:00-09:50A 06:00-10:00P 10:15-12:05P 06:00-09:40P

Online 8 11 8 11 8 11 8 11 8 11 8 11

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

Off Campus 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

HIS 155-30 HIS 155-50 HIS 155-90 HIS 156-30 HIS 156-68 HIS 156-G0 HIS 255-30 HIS 255-50 HIS 255-90

MW MW MW MW TH MW W W W

HMS – Human Services 11 11 11 11

HMS 156-28 HMS 160-26 HMS 258-24 HMS 259-24

Commun. for HMS Workers Group Process Human Services Practicum I Human Services Practicum II

3 3 4 4

WYW WYW WYW WYW

Racial & Ethnic Minorities Drug & Alcohol Dependency

3 3

WON WON

Human Services Practicum I 4

NKC

TH T TH TH

Online 11 11

HMS 170-WA HMS 172-WA

Off Campus 11

HMS 258-36

TTH

05:30-06:45P

Youngwood Campus

Youngwood Campus GCT 145-25 GCT 161-09 GCT 163-26 GCT 290-86

CRD HRS

HON – Honors

GCT – Graphic Design 11 11 11 11

COURSE TITLE

Youngwood Campus

Youngwood Campus 11

COURSE NO. & SECTION

HEATING, VENTILATION, AIR-CONDITIONING & REFRIGERATION (CONTINUED)

College Writing College Writing College Writing College Writing College Writing College Writing College Writing Advanced Composition (ITV) Advanced Composition (ITV) Advanced Composition Advanced Composition (ITV) Advanced Composition (ITV) Advanced Composition (ITV)

EPS – Earth & Planetary Science 11

SESSION

Auto Art• Digital Imaging• Web Graphics• Graphics Seminar•

3 3 3 3

WYW WYW WYW WYW

MW MW TTH

06:00-10:00P 01:00-05:00P 06:00-08:00P

05/14-06/13 05/14-07/25 05/15-06/14 05/14-07/26

Staff Altemara Staff Staff

11

HON 295-83

Honors Seminar

3

WYW

HOR – Horticulture Youngwood Campus

GEO – Geography Online 11 11

GEO 155-WA GEO 160-WA

Intro to Human Geography Physical Geo. & Environ.

3 WON 4 WON Lab

05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26

Staff Staff

HAC – Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning & Refrigeration

11

HOR 212-01

11

HOR 250-01

11

HOR 275-01

Pruning•

3 WYW Lab Interior Plants and Plantscape• 4 WYW Lab Landsc. Equip,Install,Maint.• 4 WYW Lab

T T M M W W

08:00-10:15A 10:25-12:55P 08:00-11:40A 12:00-02:45P 08:00-11:40A 12:00-02:45P

HPE – Health & Physical Education Online 11

HPE 156-WA

Health & Physical Education• 3

WON

05/14-07/26

Staff

05/17-07/26 05/15-07/24

Staff Staff

Youngwood Campus 11

HAC 101-25

Heating & Cooling Fund.•

11

HAC 255-24

Air-Conditioning II

4 WYW Lab 4 WYW

TTH TTH MW

06:00-06:50P 07:00-09:25P 06:00-09:25P

05/15-07/26

Staff

05/15-07/26 HAC 250

Staff

For textbook prices and information, visit the Bookstore web page at wccc.edu

HSM – Homeland Security Youngwood Campus 11 11

HSM 107-26 HSM 201-24

Continuity of Operations 3 Homeland Security/Emergency3

WYW WYW

TH T

06:00-08:50P 06:00-08:50P


Summer 2012 Credit Class Schedule SESSION

COURSE NO. & SECTION

COURSE TITLE

CRD HRS

SITE

DAYS

TIME

START-END DATE

PREREQUISITE

11 INSTRUCTOR

HOMELAND SECURITY (CONTINUED) HSM 101-WA HSM 103-WA

Orienta. to HSM/Emergency Intro Vulnerability Assess

3 3

WON WON

05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26

Staff Staff

HUM – Humanities Online 8 11

HUM 156-W1 HUM 156-WA

Critical Thinking Critical Thinking

3 3

WON WON

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

Staff Staff

05/17-07/22

Kramm

IND – Independent Study Off Campus 11

IND 199-TS

Outdoor Sculpting•

3

FAY

LAS – Paralegal Online 11

LAS 140-WA

Domestic Relations

3

WON

05/14-07/26 LAS 101+

Staff

05/14-07/26

Staff

05/14-07/25 MAS 110

Staff

LIS – Library Science Online 11

LIS 140-WA

Library Administration

3

WON

MAS – Medical Assisting Youngwood Campus 11

MAS 120-01

Practicum•

3

WYW

MTWTHF

08:00-04:00P

Youngwood Campus MED 160-28 MED 170-27

Basic Photography• Digital Photography•

3 3

WYW WYW

Introduction to Multimedia History of Cinema Public Relations Advertising

3 3 3 3

WON WON WON WON

TH W

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

05/17-07/26 05/16-07/25

Staff Staff

05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26

Staff Staff Staff Staff

Online 11 11 11 11

MED 155-WA MED 158-WA MED 255-WA MED 256-WA

MET – Metallurgy MET 105-24

Welding Metallurgy I•

4 WYW Lab

TTH TTH

05:00-07:30P 07:40-09:15P

05/15-07/26

Staff

MKT – Marketing Online 11 11 11 11 11

MKT 242-WA MKT 251-WA MKT 252-WA MKT 253-WA MKT 254-WA

Retailing Consumer Behavior Public Relations Global Marketing Advertising and Promotion

3 3 3 3 3

CRD HRS

SITE

DAYS

TIME

START-END DATE

MTWTH MTWTH MTWTH MW TTH MW MW TTH MTWTH MTWTH MW MW T T MW MW MTWTH TTH MTWTH W TTH MW T T MTWTH TTH MTWTH MW MW TTH

08:00-09:50A 10:00-12:00P 12:00-01:15P 06:00-10:00P 09:30-11:20A 01:30-04:10P 06:00-10:00P 06:00-09:40P 08:00-09:50A 10:00-11:50A 10:00-12:00P 06:00-10:00P 04:00-07:40P 07:50-09:50P 05:30-07:30P 07:45-08:45P 10:00-12:00P 10:00-11:50A 01:00-03:00P 05:30-09:30P 06:00-09:40P 12:30-02:30P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 09:00-11:40A 12:00-03:15P 09:00-11:30A 06:00-08:45P 06:00-08:45P 06:00-07:50P

PREREQUISITE

INSTRUCTOR

Youngwood Campus 1 1 2 2 11 8 2 1 2 1 11 2 11

MTH 050-01 MTH 050-05 MTH 050-17 MTH 050-25 MTH 052-13 MTH 052-19 MTH 052-25 MTH 052-26 MTH 100-02 MTH 100-05 MTH 100-15 MTH 100-27 MTH 108-26

Basic Mathematics Basic Mathematics Basic Mathematics Basic Mathematics Foundations of Algebra Foundations of Algebra Foundations of Algebra Foundations of Algebra Intermediate Algebra Intermediate Algebra Intermediate Algebra Intermediate Algebra Math for Technologies I

College Algebra College Algebra College Algebra College Algebra Precalculus Mathematics Introduction to Statistics Introduction to Statistics Modern College Mathematics Analytical Geom. & Calculus I Analytical Geom. & Calculus I Analytical Geom & Calculus II Analytical Geom & Calculus II Analytical Geom. & Calc Iii Differential Equations

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 Lab 4 Lab 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 3

11

MTH 109-25

Math for Technologies II

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

MTH 157-05 MTH 157-14 MTH 157-19 MTH 157-27 MTH 158-26 MTH 160-17 MTH 160-26 MTH 161-26 MTH 172-03 MTH 172-26 MTH 173-03 MTH 173-25 MTH 271-25 MTH 272-26

WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW

WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW

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

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON

Basic Mathematics Basic Mathematics Basic Mathematics Foundations of Algebra Foundations of Algebra Foundations of Algebra Foundations of Algebra Foundations of Alegbra Intermediate Algebra Intermediate Algebra College Algebra College Algebra Introduction to Statistics Introduction to Statistics Analytical Geom. & Calculus I Elements of Mathematics I

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 3

LAC FAY INC NKC LAC FAY GRE INC LAC BRC NKC FAY NKC BRC LAC NKC

WYW

05/14-06/19 05/14-06/19 06/20-07/26 06/20-07/25 05/15-07/26 06/04-07/25 06/20-07/25 05/15-06/19 06/20-07/26 05/14-06/19 05/14-07/25 06/20-07/25 05/15-07/24

Pl Test+ Pl Test+ Pl Test+ Pl Test+ MTH 052 MTH 052 MTH 052 MTH 052 MTH 052

Denitti Babilya Staff Staff Staff Frank Staff Staff Denitti Denitti Padgett Staff Staff

05/14-07/25 MTH 108

Staff

06/20-07/26 05/15-07/26 05/14-06/19 05/16-07/25 06/21-07/26 05/14-07/25 05/15-07/24 05/15-07/24 05/14-06/19 06/05-07/26 06/20-07/26 05/14-07/25 05/14-07/25 05/15-07/26

MTH 100 MTH 100 MTH 100 MTH 100 MTH 157 MTH 050 MTH 050 MTH 052 MTH 005 MTH 005 MTH 172 MTH 172 MTH 173 MTH 271

Denitti Frank Congelio Staff Staff Padgett Staff Staff Congelio Frank Congelio Staff Staff Frank

11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

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

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

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

Babilya Babilya Kuehne Kuehne Kuehne Kuehne Frank Frank Kuehne Padgett Padgett

Pl Test+ Pl Test+ Pl Test+ Pl Test+ Pl Test+ MTH 052 MTH 052 MTH 100 MTH 100 MTH 050 MTH 050 MTH 005 MTH 052

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

Off Campus

Youngwood Campus 11

COURSE TITLE

Online

MED – Multimedia Technology 11 11

COURSE NO. & SECTION

MTH – Mathematics

Online 11 11

SESSION

WON WON WON WON WON

05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

MPT – Manufacturing Process Technology

11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

MTH 050-65 MTH 050-F1 MTH 050-N1 MTH 052-32 MTH 052-66 MTH 052-F2 MTH 052-G5 MTH 052-N2 MTH 100-68 MTH 100-96 MTH 157-33 MTH 157-F2 MTH 160-36 MTH 160-95 MTH 172-65 MTH 180-35

MW TTH TTH TTH TTH TTH MW TTH TH TTH MW MW T MW MW TH

05:30-07:20P 08:00-09:50A 08:00-09:50A 10:00-11:50A 06:00-07:50P 10:00-11:50A 07:00-08:50P 10:00-11:50A 06:00-09:40P 06:30-08:20P 12:00-02:00P 10:00-11:50A 06:00-09:40P 06:30-08:20P 06:00-08:40P 06:00-09:40P

05/14-07/25 05/15-07/26 05/15-07/26 05/15-07/26 05/15-07/26 05/15-07/26 05/14-07/25 05/15-07/26 05/17-07/26 05/15-07/26 05/14-07/25 05/14-07/25 05/15-07/24 05/14-07/25 05/14-07/25 05/17-07/26

Youngwood Campus 11

MPT 100-24

2

MPT 109-01

Programmable Logic Control I• 4 WYW Lab Intro to Scada 1 WYW Lab

TTH TTH TH F

08:00-09:20A 09:30-11:00A 01:00-03:45P 08:00-11:30A

05/15-07/26

Simons

06/21-07/26

Staff

MRI – Magnetic Resonance Imaging Youngwood Campus 11 11

MRI 105-WA MRI 110-WA

MRI Data Acquis./Proc. Patient Care/Safety

4 4

WON WON

05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26

Staff Staff

KEY FAY

Fayette County Center

BRC

Bushy Run Center

GRE

Greene County Center

INC

Indiana County Center

LAC

Laurel Center

MVC

Mon Valley Center

NKC

New Kensington Center

WON Online Classes

For textbook prices & information, visit the Bookstore page at wccc.edu

WYW Youngwood Campus

Cln

Clinical Laboratory

2

ITV

Interactive Videoconference Class

Second 51/2-week session June 20–July 27

8

Pl Test

Placement Test

8-week session June 4–July 27

Lab Fee - See Page 17.

11

+

See catalog for additional or alternate prerequisites

11-week session May 14–July 26

1

First 5 /2-week session May 14–June 19

5

5-week classes - dates vary

1

Evening and Saturday classes are shaded.


12 SESSION

COURSE NO. & SECTION

Summer 2012 Credit Class Schedule COURSE TITLE

CRD HRS

SITE

DAYS

TIME

START-END DATE

PREREQUISITE

INSTRUCTOR

Music Listening: a Survey• College Choir I• College Choir II•

3 2 2

WYW WYW WYW

W TH TH

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

05/16-07/25 05/17-07/26 05/17-07/26 MUS 175

Staff Staff Staff

NGT – Natural Gas & Oil NGT 105-01 NGT 110-01

CRD HRS

SITE

Introduction to Logic Introduction to Philosophy Introduction to Philosophy Introduction to Ethics Introduction to Ethics

3 3 3 3 3

WON WON WON WON WON

Intro to Philosophy (ITV) Intro to Philosophy (ITV) Intro to Philosophy (ITV) Intro to Philosophy (ITV) Intro to Philosophy (ITV)

3 3 3 3 3

MVC LAC BRC FAY INC

DAYS

TIME

START-END DATE

PREREQUISITE

INSTRUCTOR

Emerg. Resp./Gas & Oil Environmental Protection

1 WYW 2 WYW Lab

Intro to Natural Gas Ind.

4

F MW T

11 11 11 11 11

PHL 155-WA PHL 160-WA PHL 160-WB PHL 161-WA PHL 161-WB

05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

05/15-07/26 05/15-07/26 05/15-07/26 05/15-07/26 05/15-07/26

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

Off Campus

Youngwood 1 2

COURSE TITLE

Online

Youngwood Campus MUS 155-27 MUS 175-28 MUS 176-28

COURSE NO. & SECTION

PHILOSOPHY (CONTINUED)

MUS – Music 11 11 11

SESSION

08:00-01:30P 12:40-03:40P 12:40-03:40P

05/18-06/01 06/20-07/25

Staff Staff

05/14-07/26

Staff

11 11 11 11 11

PHL 160-50 PHL 160-60 PHL 160-90 PHL 160-F0 PHL 160-N0

TTH TTH TTH TTH TTH

08:00-09:50A 08:00-09:50A 08:00-09:50A 08:00-09:50A 08:00-09:50A

Online 12

NGT 101-WA

WON

NUR – Nursing

PHY – Physics Youngwood Campus (The following courses must be taken concurrently: PHY 107 + PHY 007, PHY 155 + PHY 055, PHY 156 + PHY 056.)

Nursing Program Courses: (Youngwood, Greene County & Indiana County sites) Individual nursing courses are scheduled in a block format based on availability and location of clinical sites and sequence of courses; therefore, the entire nursing schedule does not appear in the class schedule. Copies of the entire schedule can be found on the bulletin boards in the nursing department areas at the Youngwood Campus (Commissioners Hall), Greene County Center and Indiana County Center.

11 11

PHY 107-01 PHY 110-11

Applied Physics Fundamentals of Physics•

11 11

PHY 155-05 PHY 156-13

College Physics I• College Physics II•

OFT – Office Technology

11 11 11

4 3 Lab 4 4

WYW WYW

08:00-09:50A 08:00-09:20A 09:20-10:00A 10:00-11:50A 10:00-11:45A

05/14-07/25 MTH 108+ 05/15-07/26 MTH 052

Cordle Cordle

WYW WYW

MW TTH TTH MW TTH

05/14-07/25 MTH 108+ 05/15-07/26 PHY 155

Cordle Cordle

WYW WYW WYW

TTH MW TTH

10:00-11:50A 12:00-02:00P 12:00-01:50P

05/15-07/26 05/14-07/25 MTH 108+ 05/15-07/26 PHY 155

Staff Staff Staff

05/14-07/26 MTH 052+

Cordle

Physics Labs Youngwood Campus 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

OFT 110-06 OFT 150-05 OFT 151-04 OFT 155-05 OFT 165-19 OFT 230-27 OFT 245-26 OFT 250-19 OFT 260-11 OFT 270-19 OFT 285-01 OFT 285-26 OFT 299-86

Document Processing I• Medical Billing Management• Advanced Office Applications• Intro/Electronic Health Recor Law & Ethics for Healthcare Medical Transcription I• ICD-10-CM Transition Coding Diagnostic Medical Coding• Procedural Medical Coding Hospital Billing & Coding Adv. Medical Coding Adv. Medical Coding Internship II

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

WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW

Basic Keyboarding• Document Processing I• Document Processing II• A&P for Medical Office• Office Procedures• Medical Office Procdures• 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•

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

WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON

MW MW MW TTH TTH W T MW TTH TTH MW T

10:30-12:30P 10:30-12:30P 08:00-10:00A 10:30-12:30P 01:00-03:00P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 01:00-03:00P 08:00-10:00A 01:00-03:00P 08:00-10:00A 06:00-09:40P

05/14-07/25 05/14-07/25 05/14-07/25 05/15-07/26 05/15-07/26 05/16-07/25 05/15-07/24 05/14-07/25 05/14-07/25 05/15-07/26 05/14-07/25 05/15-07/24 05/14-07/26

OFT 100 OFT 110 CPT 150 OFT 110 OFT 110 OFT 285 ALH 122+

OFT 145+ OFT 145+ OFT 199

Staff Miller Staff Miller Miller Ferrari Miller Miller Miller Miller Miller Staff Staff

Online 5 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 1 11 11 11 11 11 11

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

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

OFT 100 OFT 110 ALH 122+

OFT 110 CPT 150

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

Staff Lucas Lucas Miller Staff Staff Johnson Staff Johnson Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Lucas Lucas

PDV – Personal Development Youngwood Campus 5

PDV 160-05

Strategies for Academic Succe 1

WYW

MW

Strategies for Academic Succe 1

WON

Strategies for Academic Succe 1 Strategies for Academic Succe 1 Strategies for Academic Succe 1

NKC FAY INC

TTH T TTH

WYW

T

12:10-01:25P

05/14-07/29

Staff

06/04-07/27

Staff

10:00-11:15A 02:00-05:00P 04:00-05:30P

06/21-07/26 05/15-06/19 05/15-06/19

Staff Staff Staff

06:00-09:40P

05/15-07/24

Staff

Online 8

PDV 160-WA

Off Campus 2 1 1

PDV 160-32 PDV 160-F3 PDV 160-N3

PHL – Philosophy Youngwood Campus 11

PHL 160-26

Introduction to Philosophy

3

PHY 007-13 PHY 055-09 PHY 056-17

Applied Physics Lab College Physics I Lab College Physics II Lab

Online 11

PHY 153-WA

Introduction to Physics

3

WON

POL – Political Science Online 11 11

POL 155-WA POL 255-WA

American National Govern. Amer. State & Local Govern

3 3

WON WON

General Psychology General Psychology General Psychology General Psychology Human Growth & Dev.

3 3 3 3 3

WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW

General Psychology General Psychology General Psychology General Psychology 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 in Psych. Social Psychology Child Psychology Child Psychology Psychology of Women Adolescent Psychology Abnormal Psychology Abnormal Psychology

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON

General Psychology General Psychology General Psychology General Psychology General Psychology Human Growth and Dvlpmt. Human Growth & Dev. (ITV) Human Growth and Dvlmpt. Human Growth & Dev. (ITV)

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

NKC LAC BRC FAY INC NKC MVC LAC FAY

05/14-07/26 05/14-07/26

Staff Staff

PSY – Psychology Youngwood Campus 1 2 1 2 2

PSY 160-05 PSY 160-06 PSY 160-25 PSY 160-27 PSY 161-28

MTWTH MTWTH MW MW TTH

10:00-12:00P 10:00-12:00P 06:00-10:00P 06:00-10:00P 06:00-09:40P

05/14-06/19 06/20-07/26 05/14-06/18 06/20-07/25 05/15-06/19 PSY 160

Kreinbrook Kreinbrook Silverberg Staff Silverberg

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

PSY 160 PSY 160 PSY 160

Kreinbrook Kreinbrook McClure McClure Silverberg Guth Guth Guth Guth Silverberg Guth Guth Guth Staff Silverberg McClure McClure Staff McClure Kreinbrook Kreinbrook

PSY 160 PSY 160 PSY 160 PSY 160

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

Online 8 8 11 11 11 8 8 11 11 11 8 11 11 8 11 8 11 11 11 8 11

PSY 160-W1 PSY 160-W2 PSY 160-WA PSY 160-WB 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-W1 PSY 265-WA PSY 267-WA PSY 268-WA PSY 270-W1 PSY 270-WA

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

PSY 160 PSY 160 PSY 160

Off Campus 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

PSY 160-36 PSY 160-66 PSY 160-92 PSY 160-F5 PSY 160-N5 PSY 161-37 PSY 161-50 PSY 161-65 PSY 161-F0

T T T M M W TTH T TTH

06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 12:30-02:30P 06:00-09:40P 12:30-02:20P

05/15-07/24 05/15-07/24 05/15-07/24 05/14-07/23 05/14-07/23 05/16-07/25 05/15-07/26 05/14-07/23 05/15-07/26


Summer 2012 Credit Class Schedule SESSION

COURSE NO. & SECTION

COURSE TITLE

CRD HRS

SITE

DAYS

TIME

START-END DATE

PREREQUISITE

13 INSTRUCTOR

Clinical Education II•

2

RAD 255-01

Clinical Education III•

COURSE TITLE

CRD HRS

SITE

DAYS

TIME

START-END DATE

PREREQUISITE

INSTRUCTOR

Off Campus

Youngwood Campus RAD 215-01

COURSE NO. & SECTION

SPEECH COMMUNICATION (CONTINUED)

RAD – Radiology 1

SESSION

3 WYW Cln Lab 3 WYW Lab Lab

M MTWTH TH MTWTH M TH

05:00-08:00P 08:00-04:30P 05:00-08:00P 08:00-04:30P 05:00-08:00P 05:00-08:00P

05/17-06/14 RAD 146

Staff

06/21-07/26 RAD 215

Staff

11 2 11

SPC 155-37 SPC 155-62 SPC 155-92

Effective Speech Effective Speech Effective Speech

3 3 3

NKC LAC BRC

W TTH MW

06:00-09:40P 08:00-12:00P 11:00-12:50P

05/16-07/25 06/21-07/26 05/14-07/25

Staff Molnar Staff

WEB – Web Design Online

RDG – Reading Youngwood Campus 11 11 11 11

RDG 050-13 RDG 080-15 RDG 080-23 RDG 080-25

Reading & Study Skills Intermediate Reading Intermediate Reading Intermediate Reading

3 3 3 3

WYW WYW WYW WYW

TTH TTH TTH MW

10:00-11:50A 12:00-01:50P 02:00-03:50P 06:00-07:50P

05/15-07/26 05/15-07/26 05/15-07/26 05/14-07/25

Pl Test ENG 050 ENG 050 ENG 050

Staff Staff Staff Staff

Intermediate Reading Intermediate Reading Intermediate Reading Intermediate Reading

3 3 3 3

NKC LAC FAY INC

TTH TTH TTH TTH

02:00-03:50P 06:00-07:50P 12:00-01:50P 02:00-03:50P

05/15-07/26 05/15-07/26 05/15-07/26 05/15-07/26

ENG 050 ENG 050 ENG 050 ENG 050

Staff Staff Staff Staff

Off Campus 11 11 11 11

RDG 080-30 RDG 080-66 RDG 080-F3 RDG 080-N1

REL – Religion

1 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

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

Acrobat Essentials• Web Design Flash• Dreamweaver - Basic• Fireworks• Web Design/Web Standards• XHTML and CSS• Javascript• Interactive Design•

REL 171-W1 REL 171-WA REL 181-WA

World Religions Survey World Religions Survey Religion in America

3 3 3

WON WON WON

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

Staff Staff Staff

RLS – Real Estate Online 1 2 11

RLS 101-WA RLS 102-WA RLS 205-WA

Fundamentals of Real Estate 2 Real Estate Practices 2 Property Management 3

WON WON WON

05/14-06/19 06/20-07/26 05/14-07/26

4 Lab 4 Lab 4 Lab 4 Lab 4 Lab 4 Lab

WYW

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 WEB 110+

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

05/14-07/25

Bilott

05/14-07/25

Bilott

05/15-07/26 WEL 125

Staff

05/14-06/19

Staff

05/14-07/25

Staff

05/16-07/25

Staff

Youngwood Campus 11

WEL 125-02

Welding I•

11

WEL 125-25

Welding I•

11

WEL 135-11

Welding II•

1

WEL 209-01

Equip. Repair

11

WEL 209-25

Equip. Repair

11

WEL 224-02

Materials Eval.

Staff Staff Staff

SOC – Sociology

WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON

WEL – Welding

Online 8 11 11

1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

MW MW MW MW TTH TTH MTWTH MTWTH M M W W

WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW

08:00-09:30A 10:00-02:00P 04:30-05:50P 06:00-10:30P 08:00-09:30A 10:00-02:00P 08:00-09:40P 09:50-11:30A 05:00-07:30P 07:40-10:00P 05:00-06:50P 07:00-09:00P

Just for Returning Students -

Online 8 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

SOC 155-W1 SOC 155-WA SOC 155-WB SOC 155-WC SOC 160-WA SOC 161-WA SOC 165-WA SOC 255-WA

Principles of Sociology Principles of Sociology Principles of Sociology Principles of Sociology Applied Human Relations Marriage and Family Cultural Diversity Cultural Anthropology

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

WON WON WON WON WON WON WON WON

Principles of Sociology

3

NKC

TH

4 4

WYW WYW

TWTH TWTH

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

Soltis Soltis Soltis Soltis Staff Staff Staff Soltis

06:00-09:40P

05/17-07/26

Staff

WCCC faculty advisors will help you determine what classes to take that are appropriate for your major. They’ll also check to ensure that you are meeting your graduation requirements and help you register for fall 2012 classes.

06:00-08:30P 06:00-08:30P

05/15-06/19 06/21-07/26 SPA 155+

Staff Staff

The WCCC Faculty Advising Center opens Monday, June 11. Appointments  will be taken beginning June 4. 

WCCC Faculty Advising Center Open this summer for fall ’12 registration Do you need help registering for your fall classes ? Get the help you need through our Faculty Advising Center at the WCCC Youngwood Campus.

Off Campus 11

SOC 155-38

SPA – Spanish Youngwood Campus 1 2

SPA 155-26 SPA 156-26

Beginning Spanish I Beginning Spanish II

SPC – Speech Communication

To schedule an appointment, call 724-925-4121.

Youngwood Campus 1 1 2 1 2 1

SPC 155-05 SPC 155-13 SPC 155-14 SPC 155-25 SPC 155-27 SPC 156-23

Effective Speech Effective Speech Effective Speech Effective Speech Effective Speech Interpersonal Communication

3 3 3 3 3 3

WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW WYW

MTWTH TTH TTH MW MW TTH

10:00-12:00P 10:00-01:45P 10:00-01:40P 06:00-10:00P 06:00-10:00P 02:00-05:40P

05/14-06/19 05/15-06/19 06/21-07/26 05/14-06/18 06/20-07/25 05/15-06/19

Molnar Culyba Molnar Culyba Culyba Culyba

Online 8 8 11

SPC 156-W1 SPC 156-W2 SPC 156-WA

Interpersonal Communication 3 Interpersonal Communication 3 Interpersonal Communication 3

WON WON WON

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

For textbook prices and information, visit the Bookstore web page at wccc.edu

Culyba Culyba Culyba

KEY FAY

Fayette County Center

BRC

Bushy Run Center

GRE

Greene County Center

INC

Indiana County Center

LAC

Laurel Center

MVC

Mon Valley Center

NKC

New Kensington Center

WON Online Classes WYW Youngwood Campus

Cln

Clinical Laboratory

2

ITV

Interactive Videoconference Class

Second 51/2-week session June 20–July 27

8

Pl Test

Placement Test

8-week session June 4–July 27

Lab Fee - See Page 17.

11

+

See catalog for additional or alternate prerequisites

11-week session May 14–July 26

1

First 5 /2-week session May 14–June 19

5

5-week classes - dates vary

1

Evening and Saturday classes are shaded.


14

Summer 2012 Credit Class Schedule

FAYETTE COUNTY EDUCATION CENTER

BUSHY RUN EDUCATION CENTER Mellon Road, Penn Township To reach the Bushy Run Center call 724-327-8090.To register for classes, call the Youngwood campus at 1-800-262-2103.

140 North Beeson Blvd., Uniontown To reach the Fayette County Center call 724-437-3512.To register for classes, you may call the Youngwood campus at 1-800-262-2103, ext. 4204.

DIRECTIONS From Greensburg: Take Rt. 66 North to Rt. 22 heading west toward Pittsburgh. At the third traffic light, turn left onto Mellon Road and proceed approximately 1.5 miles. The Bushy Run Center is on the left.

DIRECTIONS

From Murrysville: Head east on Rt. 22 toward Delmont. Turn right at the intersection onto Mellon Road and proceed 1.5 miles to the center on the left.

From PA 21 Roy E. Furman Highway: Turn right onto US 40 East. Turn left onto Beeson Blvd. and follow to 140 North Beeson Blvd.

SESSION

COURSE NO. & SECTION

COURSE TITLE

SESSION

COURSE NO. & SECTION

COURSE TITLE

11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

BIO 065-91 BIO 065-95 BIO 071-94 BIO 071-97 BIO 072-96 BIO 072-98 BIO 171-95 BIO 172-96 BIO 265-97 CHM 007-98 CHM 107-96 ENG 161-95 ENG 164-90 HIS 155-90 HIS 255-90 MTH 100-96 MTH 160-95 PHL 160-90 PSY 160-92 SPC 155-92

Microbiology Lab Microbiology Lab Anatomy & Physiology I Lab Anatomy & Physiology I Lab Anatomy & Physiology II Lab Anatomy & Physiology II Lab Anatomy & Physiology I• Anatomy & Physiology II• Microbiology• Intro Concepts Chem I Lab Intro Concepts in Chem.• College Writing Advanced Composition (ITV) Early Western Civiliza. (ITV) Early U.S. & Pa. History (ITV) Intermediate Algebra Introduction to Statistics Intro to Philosophy (ITV) General Psychology Effective Speech

11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 1 11 11 11 11

ART 155-F0 BIO 107-F6 BUS 160-F0 CPT 150-F7 ENG 070-F2 ENG 161-F1 ENG 164-F0 MTH 050-F1 MTH 052-F2 MTH 157-F2 PDV 160-F3 PHL 160-F0 PSY 160-F5 PSY 161-F0 RDG 080-F3

Introduction to Art History 3 Human Biology 3 Introduction to Business 3 Microcomputer Concepts• 3 Intermediate Writing 3 College Writing 3 Advanced Composition (ITV) 3 Basic Mathematics 3 Foundations of Algebra 3 College Algebra 3 Strategies for Academic Succe 1 Intro to Philosophy (ITV) 3 General Psychology 3 Human Growth & Dev. (ITV) 3 Intermediate Reading 3

CRD HRS

4 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

SITE

DAYS

TIME

BRC BRC BRC BRC BRC BRC BRC BRC BRC BRC BRC BRC BRC BRC BRC BRC BRC BRC BRC BRC

TH W W M T TH MW TTH M TH T MW TH MW W TTH MW TTH T MW

08:30-12:20P 05:30-09:55P 02:30-05:15P 08:00-10:45P 08:00-10:45P 08:00-10:45P 06:00-07:50P 06:00-07:50P 05:30-10:10P 05:30-08:00P 05:30-09:10P 06:00-07:50P 06:00-09:40P 08:00-09:50A 06:00-09:40P 06:30-08:20P 06:30-08:20P 08:00-09:50A 06:00-09:40P 11:00-12:50P

START-END DATE

05/17-07/26 05/16-07/25 05/16-07/25 05/14-07/23 05/15-07/24 05/17-07/26 05/14-07/25 05/15-07/26 05/14-07/23 05/17-07/26 05/15-07/24 05/14-07/25 05/17-07/26 05/14-07/25 05/16-07/25 05/15-07/26 05/14-07/25 05/15-07/26 05/15-07/24 05/14-07/25

PREREQUISITE

ENG 080+ BIO 171 BIO 171 MTH 052+ ENG 070+ ENG 161

MTH 052 MTH 050

INSTRUCTOR

Staff Staff Delmastro Delmastro Staff Staff Delmastro Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

From U.S. 119 South: Take the PA Route 51 ramp to Pittsburgh Street. Turn left onto Route 51 South Pittsburgh Road and continue to follow Route 51 South. Turn left onto West Penn Street and then turn left onto North Beeson Blvd.

CRD HRS

SITE

DAYS

TIME

FAY FAY FAY FAY FAY FAY FAY FAY FAY FAY FAY FAY FAY FAY FAY

TTH T MW W TTH MW TH TTH TTH MW T TTH M TTH TTH

10:15-12:15P 06:00-09:40P 12:30-02:30P 06:00-09:40P 10:00-11:50A 08:00-09:50A 06:00-09:40P 08:00-09:50A 10:00-11:50A 10:00-11:50A 02:00-05:00P 08:00-09:50A 06:00-09:40P 12:30-02:20P 12:00-01:50P

START-END DATE

05/15-07/26 05/15-07/24 05/14-07/25 05/16-07/25 05/15-07/26 05/14-07/25 05/17-07/26 05/15-07/26 05/15-07/26 05/14-07/25 05/15-06/19 05/15-07/26 05/14-07/23 05/15-07/26 05/15-07/26

PREREQUISITE

INSTRUCTOR

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

CPT 050 ENG 030 ENG 070+ ENG 161 Pl Test+ MTH 100

PSY 160 ENG 050

Touchstone Center for Arts Classes – See page 16 for descriptions ART 143-TS ART 161-TS ART 166-TS ART 185-TS ART 188-TS IND 199-TS

    

Printmaking• 3-Design• Painting II• Clay I-Ceramics• Textiles I• Independent Study•

3 3 3 3 3 3

TCFA TCFA TCFA TCFA TCFA TCFA

MTWTHF TWTHFS MTWTHF MTWTHF MTWTHF

09:00-05:00P 09:00-05:00P 09:00-05:00P 09:00-05:00P 09:00-05:00P

07/09-07/13 07/16-07/20 07/23-07/27 06/11-06/15 06/11-06/15 05/14-07/29

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staf

Key: FAY - Fayette County Education Center, Uniontown TCFA - Touchstone Center for Crafts, Farmington

     GREENE COUNTY EDUCATION CENTER 100 EverGreene Drive, Suite 102, Waynesburg To register for classes, you may call the Greene County Center at 724-627-3464 or the Youngwood campus at 1-800-262-2103. DIRECTIONS: Traveling south on I-79: Take Exit 14 (Waynesburg). At the bottom of the exit ramp, turn left onto Roy E. Furman Highway. Proceed to the second traffic light and make a left onto Progress Drive. Go straight on Progress Drive until the road splits. Bear to the right and follow the road to EverGreene Technology Park. WCCC is located in the first building on the right. Traveling north on I-79: Take Exit 14 (Waynesburg). At the bottom of the exit ramp, turn left onto Roy E. Furman Highway. Proceed to the first traffic light and make a left onto Progress and follow the directions listed above. Traveling west on Route 21: Make a right onto Progress Drive at the light just after the Greene County Airport and follow the directions given above. Traveling east on Route 21: Proceed under I-79 and follow the directions for I-79 south listed above.

For textbook prices and information, visit the Bookstore web page at wccc.edu

SESSION

COURSE NO. & SECTION

COURSE TITLE

CRD HRS

11 11 11 11 11 11

ART 155-G0 BIO 107-G6 ENG 161-G3 ENG 164-G0 HIS 156-G0 MTH 052-G5

Introduction to Art History 3 Human Biology 3 College Writing 3 Advanced Composition (ITV) 3 Modern West. Civilization (ITV)3 Foundations of Algebra 3

SITE

DAYS

TIME

GRE GRE GRE GRE GRE GRE

TTH TTH TTH TH MW MW

10:15-12:15P 06:00-07:50P 04:00-05:50P 06:00-09:40P 10:15-12:05P 07:00-08:50P

START-END DATE

PREREQUISITE

05/15-07/26 05/15-07/26 05/15-07/26 ENG 070+ 05/17-07/26 ENG 161 05/14-07/25 05/14-07/25 Pl Test+

INSTRUCTOR

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff


Summer 2012 Credit Class Schedule

15

INDIANA COUNTY EDUCATION CENTER

MON VALLEY EDUCATION CENTER

45 Airport Road, Indiana

Fells Church Road, Belle Vernon

To register for classes, you may call the Indiana County Center at 724-357-1404 or the Youngwood campus at 1-800-262-2103.

To reach the Mon Valley Center call 724-379-4119.To register for classes, call the Youngwood campus at 1-800-262-2103.

DIRECTIONS From Punxsutawney: Take Route 119 South to the Clymer/Indiana Exit and 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.

DIRECTIONS From Rt. 51 North: Make the first left turn at the traffic light past Bill’s Golfland. Proceed on Fellsburg Road approximately 1/2 mile to the traffic light and turn right at the light.

From Blairsville: Take Route 119 North to the Clymer/Indiana Exit and 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. SESSION

11 11 11 11 11 1 11 11 11 1 11 11 11

COURSE NO. & SECTION

BIO 172-N7 BIO 265-N5 CHM 007-N7 CHM 107-N5 CPT 150-N7 ENG 070-N2 ENG 161-N6 MTH 050-N1 MTH 052-N2 PDV 160-N3 PHL 160-N0 PSY 160-N5 RDG 080-N1

COURSE TITLE

CRD HRS

Anatomy & Physiology II• 4 Microbiology• 4 Intro Concepts Chem I Lab Intro Concepts in Chem.• 4 Microcomputer Concepts• 3 intermediate Writing 3 College Writing 3 Basic Mathematics 3 Foundations of Alegbra 3 Strategies for Academic Succe 1 Intro to Philosophy (ITV) 3 General Psychology 3 Intermediate Reading 3

SITE

INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC INC

DAYS

TH M W M W TTH W TTH TTH TTH TTH M TTH

TIME

06:00-09:40P 05:00-09:40P 06:00-08:30P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 12:00-01:50P 06:00-09:40P 08:00-09:50A 10:00-11:50A 04:00-05:30P 08:00-09:50A 06:00-09:40P 02:00-03:50P

START-END DATE

05/17-07/26 05/17-07/26 05/16-07/25 05/14-07/23 05/16-07/25 05/15-07/26 05/16-07/25 05/15-07/26 05/15-07/26 05/15-06/19 05/15-07/26 05/14-07/23 05/15-07/26

PREREQUISITE

BIO 171 BIO 171

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

CPT 050 ENG 030 ENG 070+ Pl Test+

ENG 050

LAUREL EDUCATION CENTER To reach the Laurel Center call 724-539-3390.To register for classes, call the Youngwood campus at 1-800-262-2103. DIRECTIONS From Route 30: Take Route 981 North toward Latrobe. (Route 981 becomes Lloyd Avenue.) The center is located on the right just before crossing the Loyalhanna Creek Bridge. From Route 22-New Alexandria: Take Route 981 South and turn right onto Derry Road at the traffic light. Cross the Loyalhanna Creek Bridge. The center is the second building on the left. SES- COURSE NO. COURSE TITLE CRD SITE DAYS TIME START-END PREREQINSTRUCTOR

11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 8 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 2

ART 155-60 BIO 065-66 BIO 065-68 BIO 072-64 BIO 265-66 BUS 120-65 BUS 160-61 CHM 007-63 CHM 007-64 CHM 107-66 CPT 150-68 ENG 070-65 ENG 161-67 ENG 164-67 HIS 156-68 MTH 050-65 MTH 052-66 MTH 100-68 MTH 172-65 PHL 160-60 PSY 160-66 PSY 161-65 RDG 080-66 SPC 155-62

HRS

Introduction to Art History 3 Microbiology Lab Microbiology Lab Anatomy & Physiology II Lab Microbiology• 4 Mathematics of Business 3 Introduction to Business 3 Intro Concepts Chem I Lab Intro Concepts Chem I Lab Intro Concepts in Chem.• 4 Microcomputer Concepts• 3 Intermediate Writing 3 College Writing 3 Advanced Composition 3 Modern West. Civilization (ITV)3 Basic Mathematics 3 Foundations of Algebra 3 Intermediate Algebra 3 Analytical Geom. & Calculus I 4 Intro to Philosophy (ITV) 3 General Psychology 3 Human Growth and Dvlmpt. 3 Intermediate Reading 3 Effective Speech 3

DATE

LAC LAC LAC LAC LAC LAC LAC LAC LAC LAC LAC LAC LAC LAC LAC LAC LAC LAC LAC LAC LAC LAC LAC LAC

TTH T TH T TTH M MW T TH TTH TH MW W W TH MW TTH TH MW TTH T M TTH TTH

10:15-12:15P 05:30-09:20P 05:30-09:20P 03:00-04:50P 03:30-05:25P 06:00-09:40P 12:30-02:30P 11:30-02:00P 11:30-02:00P 09:30-11:20A 06:00-09:40P 05:30-07:30P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 05:30-07:20P 06:00-07:50P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-08:40P 08:00-09:50A 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-07:50P 08:00-12:00P

05/15-07/26 05/15-07/24 05/17-07/26 05/15-07/24 05/15-07/26 05/14-07/23 05/14-07/25 05/15-07/24 05/17-07/26 05/15-07/26 05/17-07/26 06/04-07/25 05/16-07/25 05/16-07/25 05/17-07/26 05/14-07/25 05/15-07/26 05/17-07/26 05/14-07/25 05/15-07/26 05/15-07/24 05/14-07/23 05/15-07/26 06/21-07/26

UISITE

BIO 171 MTH 052

MTH 052+ CPT 050 ENG 030 ENG 070+ ENG 161

Pl Test+ MTH 052 MTH 005

PSY 160 ENG 050

COURSE NO. & SECTION

COURSE TITLE

CRD HRS

SITE

DAYS

TIME

11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11

ART 155-50 CPT 150-56 ENG 161-56 ENG 164-50 HIS 155-50 HIS 255-50 PHL 160-50 PSY 161-50

Introduction to Art History Microcomputer Concepts• College Writing Advanced Composition (ITV) Early West. Civilization (ITV) Early U.S. & Pa. History (ITV) Introd to Philosophy (ITV) Human Growth & Dev. (ITV)

3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

MVC MVC MVC MVC MVC MVC MVC MVC

TTH T T TH MW W TTH TTH

10:15-12:15P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 08:00-09:50A 06:00-09:40P 08:00-09:50A 12:30-02:30P

START-END DATE

PREREQUISITE

INSTRUCTOR

05/15-07/26 05/15-07/24 05/15-07/24 05/17-07/26 05/14-07/25 05/16-07/25 05/15-07/26 05/15-07/26

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff

CPT 050 ENG 070+ ENG 161

     PSY 160

NEW KENSINGTON EDUCATION CENTER 1150 Fifth Avenue, New Kensington To reach the New Kensington Center call 724-335-8110.To register for classes, call the Youngwood campus at 1-800-262-2103. DIRECTIONS: From 9th Street Bridge: At the second traffic signal, turn left onto 4th Avenue. Proceed and turn right onto Heilman Drive. Turn right onto 5th Avenue. The center is located on the left.

Seventeen Lloyd Avenue, Latrobe

& SECTION

SESSION

INSTRUCTOR

    

SION

From Rt. 51 South: Make the right turn at the United Mine Workers Headquarters. Proceed 1 mile and turn left into the college parking lot before the traffic light.

Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Congelio Staff Congelio Staff Staff Staff Staff Molnar

From Greensburg Road: At the Parnassus intersection, (CVS Pharmacy), proceed straight through the traffic signal onto Industrial Boulevard. Stay on Industrial Boulevard through town and past the 9th Street Bridge. At the stop sign, proceed straight. Turn right onto 5th Avenue. The center is located on the left. SESSION

COURSE NO. & SECTION

COURSE TITLE

CRD HRS

11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 11 2 11 11 11 11 11

ART 155-30 BIO 055-37 BIO 065-33 BIO 065-38 BIO 072-31 BIO 072-33 BIO 107-37 BIO 155-35 BIO 172-33 BIO 265-36 BUS 160-33 CHM 007-35 CHM 007-38 CHM 107-36 CPT 150-36 ENG 161-36 ENG 164-30 HIS 155-30 HIS 156-30 HIS 255-30 HMS 258-36 MTH 052-32 MTH 157-33 MTH 160-36 MTH 180-35 PDV 160-32 PSY 160-36 PSY 161-37 RDG 080-30 SOC 155-38 SPC 155-37

Introduction to Art History 3 General Biology I Lab Microbiology Lab Microbiology Lab Anatomy & Physiology II Lab Anatomy & Physiology II Lab Human Biology 3 General Biology I• 4 Anatomy & Physiology II• 4 Microbiology• 4 Introduction to Business 3 Intro Concepts Chem I Lab Intro Concepts Chem I Lab Intro Concepts in Chem.• 4 Microcomputer Concepts• 3 College Writing 3 Advanced Composition (ITV) 3 Early West. Civilization (ITV) 3 Modern West. Civilization (ITV)3 Early U.S. & Pa. History (ITV) 3 Human Services Practicum I 4 Foundations of Algebra 3 College Algebra 3 Introduction to Statistics 3 Elements of Mathematics I 3 Strategies for Academic Succe 1 General Psychology 3 Human Growth and Dvlpmt. 3 Intermediate Reading 3 Principles of Sociology 3 Effective Speech 3

SITE

DAYS

TIME

NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC NKC

TTH W W TH F F W M TTH T MW M T TH T T TH MW MW W TTH TTH MW T TH TTH T W TTH TH W

10:15-12:15P 06:00-08:45P 01:00-04:50P 05:30-09:20P 08:00-10:45A 12:00-02:45P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 03:00-04:40P 05:30-09:10P 12:30-02:30P 06:00-08:45P 06:00-08:45P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 08:00-09:50A 10:15-12:05P 06:00-09:40P 05:30-06:45P 10:00-11:50A 12:00-02:00P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 10:00-11:15A 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P 02:00-03:50P 06:00-09:40P 06:00-09:40P

START-END DATE

05/15-07/26 05/16-07/25 05/16-07/25 05/17-07/26 05/18-07/20 05/18-07/20 05/16-07/25 05/14-07/23 05/15-07/26 05/15-07/24 05/14-07/25 05/14-07/23 05/15-07/24 05/17-07/26 05/15-07/24 05/15-07/24 05/17-07/26 05/14-07/25 05/14-07/25 05/16-07/25 05/15-07/26 05/15-07/26 05/14-07/25 05/15-07/24 05/17-07/26 06/21-07/26 05/15-07/24 05/16-07/25 05/15-07/26 05/17-07/26 05/16-07/25

PREREQUISITE

BIO 171 BIO 171

MTH 052+ CPT 050 ENG 070+ ENG 161

HMS 155+ Pl Test+ MTH 100 MTH 050 MTH 052

PSY 160 ENG 050

INSTRUCTOR

Staff Staff Staff Staff Delmastro Delmastro Staff Staff Delmastro Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Hays Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff Staff


16

TOUCHSTONE Center for Crafts & WCCC Summer Classes Open to artists of all levels

Classes meet Monday-Friday at Touchstone Center for Crafts 1049 Wharton Furnace Road, Farmington Credits will be awarded by WCCC. July 16-30 • (ART 161-TS, 3D Design, 3 credits)

Metal Fabrication for Sculpture and Assemblage Eli Kessler/Beginner-Intermediate/$475

During this course, you will design and create a sculpture that implements basic skills of steel fabrication. Techniques will include metal cutting, bending, welding and finishing. In addition to steel techniques, you will incorporate found materials and investigate mixed media approaches. You’ll also explore various sculpture traditions such as assemblage, site-specific installation, and traditional object-based sculpture.

June 11-15 • (ART 185-TS, Clay I- Handbuilding Ceramics 3 credits) Wheel-Thrown pottery (Beginner-intermediate) Joe Sendek/$450

Immerse your mind, heart and spirit into the ancient and expressive world of clay! This week will allow you a chance to focus, explore and expand your artistic and creative self. Especially helpful to those with basic throwing skills, this class is designed to encourage the development of new skills and techniques with the goal of being able to fire work in electric, gas and Raku kilns. Bring your tools, ideas and creative energies for a week that will lift you to the next level of working with clay.

July 23-27 • (ART 166-TS, Painting II, 3 credits) The painter’s Experience (All Levels) Patrick Daugherty/$450

Take part in a painting course designed for all levels, from beginners wanting to learn the basics to advanced artists seeking individual instruction. Emphasis is on understanding color and traditional painting techniques. All school styles and approaches are welcome. A step-by-step program is included for those new to painting. Painters are encouraged to take advantage of Touchstone’s setting by experiencing “plein air” painting. One session with a model is scheduled. Students are expected to arrive with necessary materials. A list of recommended materials is available upon request or registration.

July 9-13 • (ART 143-TS, Printmaking. 3 credits)

A Conversation about the Earth by Way of poetry, printmaking & paper (All Levels) Kathy Mendus Dlugos & Marie Pavlicek-Wehrli/$425 “For a time, I rest in the grace of the world, and am free” poet Wendell Berry writes. Mindful of the larger studio (the woods) that surrounds us, we’ll bring the natural world into our papermaking and printmaking projects, incorporating elements from Touchstone’s woods while we simultaneously consider various contemporary poets whose subject is the earth. We’ll use these ideas, as well as our surroundings, to jumpstart a sequence of prints (monotypes, rubbings, etc.) and then assemble these prints into a handmade book. The work of our hands, as well as our reading and discussions, will serve to deepen our awareness for the grace of the world, its riches and, increasingly, its fragility. Experimentation with found and recycled materials is encouraged; good craft will be equally stressed.

Summer 2012 Credit Class Schedule May 17-22 • (IND 199-TS, Independent Study, 3 credits)

Outdoor Sculpture 1: Working with Nature & Time (All Levels) Wade Kramm/$250 For the past 50 years, many artists have decided to step outside of the studio to seek a direct engagement with the natural environment. Much more than simply displaying a studio work outdoors, these artists sought new and inventive approaches to using the landscape itself as art and as a means of creating a closer relationship with the natural world. This three-day course will introduce you to making art outdoors in the natural environment. You’ll learn to manipulate materials outside of the studio setting by creating and installing natural and manmade artworks into the natural landscape. Artists such as Andy Goldsworthy, Richard Long and the Land Art movement will be reviewed and discussed as a background and starting point for your own personal approach and interests. Creative opportunities to work with the natural elements such as gravity, wind, rain, shadows and sunlight will be explored.

June 11-15 • (ART 188-TS, Textiles I, 3 credits)

Water & Wood Sprites, Nymphs & Other Ramblings (All Levels) Christine Kocevar/$450 If you have ever thought you saw “something” out of the corner of your eye or had someone say you were imagining things, this workshop may be for you--we will be creating “imaginings” using textiles. This class will take you from the sketching phase where you will search through the woods of Touchstone for inspiration, then back to the studio where you will learn to use textile methods: dying processes, batik and very basic weaving and crochet techniques using natural and manmade materials to create matter. Produce a three-dimensional character or set of characters that have mass and occupy space – limited only by your imagination.

WCCC & TOUCHSTONE CLASSES Individuals interested in taking classes for credit through WCCC must first be WCCC students. New students must complete an Application for Admission prior to registering for any WCCC classes. Applications are available online at www.wccc.edu or by calling the WCCC Admissions Office at 1-800-262-2103, ext. 4077. Once the application has been submitted to WCCC, students may register for classes by calling the WCCC Registration Center at 1-800-262-2103, ext. 4204, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information regarding independent study courses, call Kathy Dlugos at 1-800-2622103, ext.4265.

SCHOLARSHipS Touchstone scholarships provide opportunities for deserving students of all ages and backgrounds regardless of skill level or artistic area of interest. A full explanation of scholarship policies, application criteria and processes is available at www.touchstonecrafts.org. You may download the form from the website or request a form at 724-329-1370.

LODGiNG, MEALS & STUDiO MATERiALS FEE Room and board is available at Touchstone Center for Crafts, 1049 Wharton Furnace Road, Farmington. Students interested in lodging and meals must make arrangements through Touchstone by calling 1-800-721-0177 or visiting www.touchstonecrafts.com. Students will pay costs for lodging, meals and studio materials fees directly to Touchstone Center for Crafts.

For more information, call Touchstone at 1-800-721-0177 or visit www.touchstonecrafts.com.


Summer 2012 Lab Fees The following courses have a $10 lab fee: ACC 120 ACC 230 ACC 234 ACC 251 ACC 260 CIS 168 CIS 209 CIS 210 CIS 212 CIS 250 CIS 252 CIS 253 CIS 262 CPT 110 CPT 120 CPT 122 CPT 143 CPT 145 CPT 150 CPT 151 CPT 160 CPT 162 CPT 163 CPT 180 CPT 182 CPT 183 CPT 185 CPT 190 CPT 195 CPT 196 CPT 201 CPT 203 CPT 206 CPT 208 CPT 213 CPT 214 CPT 230 CPT 235 CPT 238 CPT 242 CPT 248 CPT 249 CPT 256 CPT 259 CPT 262 CPT 264 CPT 271 CPT 274 CPT 277 CPT 281 CPT 286 CPT 293 EDU 200 GCT 100 HOR 125 HOR 126 HOR 150 HOR 155 HOR 157 HOR 205 HOR 207 HOR 210 HOR 212 HOR 215 HOR 235 HOR 241 MUS 131 MUS 155 MUS 160 MUS 175 MUS 176 MUS 177 MUS 178 MUS 255 MUS 275 MUS 276 MUS 277 MUS 278 MUS 285 OFT 100 OFT 110 OFT 120 OFT 130 OFT 140 OFT 145 OFT 150 OFT 151 OFT 185 OFT 190 OFT 195 OFT 196 OFT 210

QuickBooks – Basic Integrated Accounting Software Applications Payroll & Accounting Software Applications Tax Preparation Software Advanced Accounting Issues Principles of Information Security LAN Security Internet Security Computer Forensics Network Intrusion Detection Digital Forensics Communication Security Digital Forensics II Exploring Windows Introduction to the Internet VISIO IP Telephony Intro to Computer Technology Microcomputer Concepts Advanced Office Applications Introduction to Programming Visual Basic.Net I Java Programming I C++ Programming Operating Systems Local Area Networks PowerPoint Word for Windows Excel for Windows Access for Windows Web Design with Front Page XHTML and Java Script Server Programming Advanced Access Java Programming II Wireless Communication Integrated Office Applications Database Management Systems Wide Area Networking Visual BASIC.Net II PC Hardware PC Troubleshooting Linux Desktop User Support Operations Windows Server Windows Active Directory Oracle SQL I A+ Certification Review Electronic Commerce Technology Oracle SQL II System Analysis a& Design CCNA Exam Prep Introduction to Instructional Technology Design Technologies Ornamental Shrubs Ornamental Trees Specialized Turfgrass Management Soils & Soil Fertility Insects & Diseases of Plants Residential Landscaping Advanced Landscaping Plant Propagation Pruning Annuals & Herbaceous Perennials Vegetable Gardening Greenhouse Management Class Voice l Music Listening: A Survey Music History l College Choir l College Choir ll College Orchestra l College Orchestra ll American Popular Music College Choir lll College Choir lV College Orchestra lll College Orchestra lV College Stage Band l Basic Keyboarding Document Processing I Document Processing II A & P for Medical Office Office Procedures Medical Office Procedures Medical Billing Management Advanced Office Applications PowerPoint Word for Windows Excel for Windows Access for Windows Office Technologies

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$10 Lab fee (continued) OFT 220 Transcription & Filing OFT 225 Proofreading OFT 230 Medical Transcription OFT 250 Diagnostic Medical Coding OFT 260 Procedural Medical Coding OFT 280 Office Management OFT 285 Medical Office Management WEB 102 Acrobat Essentials WEB 110 Web Design WEB 120 Flash WEB 140 Dreamweaver – Basic WEB 162 Fireworks WEB 200 Web Technologies WEB 201 Web Design/Web Standards WEB 203 XHTML & CSS WEB 206 Javascript WEB 235 Interactive Design WEB 239 Dreamweaver – Advanced WEB 295 WEB Architecture

The following courses have a $15 lab fee: ARC 105 ARC 106 ARC 119 ARC 210 ARC 211 ARC 215 ARC 262 ART 160 ART 161 ART 162 ART 163 ART 164 ART 165 ART 166 ART 168 ART 170 ART 181 ART 183 ART 188 CHM 107 CHM 108 CHM 155 CHM 156 CHM 200 CHM 264 CPT 171 CPT 198 CPT 211 CPT 219 CPT 222 CPT 257 CPT 291 DFT 105 DFT 106 DFT 207 DFT 208 DFT 258 DFT 259 DFT 260 DFT 262 DFT 265 DFT 266 EGR 110 EGR 180 EGR 181 EGR 227 ELC100 ELC 102 ELC 105 ELC 109 ELC 114 ELC 202 ELC 206 ELC 208 ELC 209 ELC 210 ELC 211 ELC 212 ELC 213 GCT 115 GCT 125 GCT 130 GCT 145 GCT 151 GCT 155 GCT 163 GCT 176 GCT 180 GCT 210

Architectural Drafting I Architectural Drafting II Introduction to Surveying Architectural AutoCAD I Architectural AutoCAD II Architectural Presentation Piping, Structural Detailing & Electromechanical Drafting 2-D Design 3-D Design Drawing I Drawing II Color Concepts Painting I Painting II Beginning Watercolor Painting Portfolio Development Screen Printing Techniques Book Arts I Textiles I Intro Concepts in Chemistry I Intro Concepts in Chemistry II General Chemistry I General Chemistry II Unit Operations Chemistry for the Health Sciences Telecommunications Fundamentals Fiber-Optic Technologies Routing Technologies Fiber Optic Analysis & Design Fiber Optic Testing & Troubleshooting Switching Technologies WAN Technologies Technical Drafting I Technical Drafting II Tool Design Product Design AutoCAD Advanced AutoCAD Computer-Aided Manufacturing MasterCAM Piping, Structural Detailing & Electromechanical Drafting Solid Modeling with Mechanical Desktop Autodesk Inventor Descriptive Geometry Principles of Industrial Hydraulics Principles of Industrial Pneumatics Kinematics Programmable Logic Control I Electronic Devices Elec. Instruments & Measurements Electronic Assembly Digital Techniques Linear Electronics Microprocessors Industrial Robotics Instrumentation & Process Control Electric Machines Fiber-Optics – Laser Technology Computer Systems Technology Microprocessor Applications Digital Design Flash – Design Page Layout Auto Art Vector Art Vector-Based Graphics Web Graphics Maya Animation Flash - Animation Logo Design

$15 Lab fee (continued) GCT 215 Digital Production GCT 231 Publication Design GCT 253 Digital Illustration GCT 261 Digital Studio Skills GCT 285 Photoshop Pre-Press GCT 287 Digital Workflow GCT 290 Graphics Seminar HOR 120 Turfgrass Equipment Mechanics HOR 250 Interior Plants & Plantscaping HOR 270 Floriculture HOR 275 Landscape, Equipment, Installation & Maintenance HPE 156 Health & Physical Education HPE 176 Aerobics/Weight Training MED 103 Podcasting Basics MED 105 Multimedia Basics MED 110 Digital Presentation MED 156 Television Production I MED 159 Basic Video Production MED 160 Basic Photography MED 161 Portrait Photography MED 170 Digital Photography MED 180 Soundtrack Pro MED 200 Portfolio Development MED 205 Final Cut Pro I MED 206 DVD Studio Production MED 210 Final Cut Pro II MED 212 Motion MED 240 Audition MED 250 Premiere Pro MED 257 Television Production II MED 260 Encore MED 263 Photojournalism MED 265 Color Photography MED 266 Studio – Location Photography MED 270 Premiere Pro II MED 271 Advanced Digital Photography MED 290 After Effects MPT 100 Programmable Logic Control I MPT 200 Programmable Logic Control II MPT 201 Programmable Logic Control III PHB 110 Clinical Phlebotomy & Specimen Processing Practicum PHB 111 Phlebotomy Practicum PHY 110 Fundamentals of Physics PHY 155 College Physics I PHY 156 College Physics II RAD 216 Clinical Education lll RAD 226 Clinical Education lV RAD 231 Radiology Technology Capstone RAD 255 Clinical Education V TRV 275 Travel Reservations

The following courses have a $20 lab fee: BIO 160 BIO 285 CHM 105 CHM 240 CNC 100 CNC 200 CNC 201 MTT 102 MTT 105 MTT 110 MTT 206 MTT 211 MTT 215 MTT 216 MTT 220 PHY 130 PHY 255 PHY 256 RAD 146 RAD 215

Introduction to Forensic Toxicology – Poisons, Drugs & Death Molecular Genetics Technical Chemistry Analytical Chemistry Intro to Computer Numerical Control Computer Numerical Control I Computer Numerical Control II Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerancing Lathe I Mill I Lathe II Mill II Grinding I Grinding II EDM Physics of Sonography Engineering Physics Engineering Physics II Clinical Education l Clinical Education ll

The following courses have a $25 lab fee: ALH 110 BKP 141 BKP 142 BKP 144 BKP 242 BKP 243 BKP 245 BKP 247 BKP 249 BIO 110 BIO 145 BIO 155 BIO 156 BIO 171

Basic Life Support for the Healthcare Provider Baking I Baking II Baking III Bakery/Deli Merchandising Techniques Healthy Cooking Trends Decorating Techniques Specialty – Artistic Techniques Advanced Decorating Techniques Introduction to Forensic Biology General Botany General Biology I General Biology II Anatomy & Physiology I

$25 Lab fee (continued) BIO 172 Anatomy & Physiology II BIO 210 Zoology BIO 265 Microbiology BIO 275 Biochemistry CHM 250 Organic Chemistry CHM 251 Organic Chemistry II CHM 275 Biochemistry COA 142 Sign Graphics & Lettering COA 150 Airbrush Techniques COA 180 Production Procedures COA 249 Portfolio Development COA 285 Screen Printing Techniques CUL 130 Basic Culinary Skills CUL 132 Garde Manger CUL 135 Speed Scratch Cooking CUL 232 Food Specialties DAE 101 EFDA I DAE 102 EFDA II DAH 105 Dental Radiology DAH 112 Dental Hygiene Lab DAH 115 Clinical Dental Hygiene I DAH 117 Local Anesthesia DAH 206 Clinical Dental Hygiene II DAH 208 Clinical Dental Hygiene III DAS 102 Dental Materials for Dental Assistants DAS 103 Dental Assisting Lab DAS 105 Dental Radiology for Dental Assistants DAS 106 Clinical Dental Assisting I DAS 108 Clinical Dental Assisting II DMS 105 Abdominal 1 DMS 106 Obstetrics 1 DMS 204 Gynecology DMS 205 Abdominal II DMS 206 Obstetrics II DMS 207 Small Parts, Breast & Neuro DMS 208 Intro to Vascular DMS 210 Clinical 1 DMS 211 Clinical II DMS 212 Clinical III FSM 103 Introduction to Hospitality FSM 105 Foods I FSM 112 Quantity Foods FSM 113 Customer Service FSM 119 Beverage/Dining Room Management FSM 157 Catering FSM 213 A La Carte Kitchens HAC 101 Heat & Cooling Fundamentals HAC 170 Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration Control Systems HAC 230 Air Distribution & Codes HAC 240 Sheet Metal for Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration HAC 250 Air Conditioning I HAC 255 Air Conditioning II (Heat Pumps) HAC 260 Hydronics HAC 270 Residential Plumbing HAC 280 Residential Wiring HOR 170 Floral Design & Arranging MAS 100 Intro. to Medical Assisting MAS 105 Administrative Procedures MAS 110 Clinical Procedures MAS 120 Practicum MAS 110 Clinical Procedures MAS 120 Practicum MET 105 Welding Metallurgy MTT 100 Intro to Metalworking NSG 131 Basic Nursing Care of the Childbearing Family NSG 132 Basic Nursing Care of the Infant, Child & Family NSG 210 Role of the Associate Degree Nurse NSG 220 Nursing Care of the Childbearing Family NSG 230 Nursing Care of the Infant, Child & Family NSG 240 Psychiatric/Mental Health Nursing Care NSG 260 Advanced Medical Surgical Nursing Care/ Chronically Ill NSG 270 Advanced Medical Surgical Nursing Care/Acutely Ill NSG 280 Manager of Nursing Care PHB 101 Clinical Phlebotomy PHB 105 Specimen Processing RAD 111 Introduction to Radiology Technology, Patient Care, Pharmacology & Positioning l RAD 121 Principles of Radiologic Image Capture & Display l RAD 131 Principles of Radiologic Image Capture & Display ll RAD 141 Principles of Digital Imaging & Positioning ll RAD 211 Radiologic Imaging Equipment, Image Analysis, Radiographic Pathology & Positioning lll RAD 221 Radiation Protection, Biology & Computed Tomography WEL 125 Welding I WEL 135 Welding II WEL 207 Advanced Welding I WEL 208 Advanced Welding II WEL 209 Welding Equipment Repair & Troubleshooting WEL 221 Metal Fabrication WEL 223 Computer Aided Welding Design & Applications WEL 224 Materials Evaluation WEL 240 Intro to Automated Manufacturing


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Summer 2012 Credit Class Schedule

General Information Admission

Credit for Prior Learning

WCCC has an open door admissions policy. High school graduates or those who hold a GED high school equivalency are granted admission to the college. In addition, individuals age 18 or older who have not earned a high school diploma or a GED are admitted to the college if they can demonstrate their potential to benefit from the college experience. After successfully completing 30 college-level credits at WCCC, they may be eligible for GED certification. It is important to note that admission to the college does not guarantee admission to those programs which have special entrance requirements or enrollment in certain courses which have prerequisites. All new students must complete the Application for Admission and pay a $15 nonrefundable processing fee. For more information, contact the Admissions Office at 724-925-4077, Monday through Thursday from 7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. or Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Credit for prior learning may be granted by any of the following methods: transfer of credit, recommendation of secondary schools, Advanced Placement Test, Credit by Examination, Assessment of Experiential Learning, and College Level Examination Program® (CLEP). Military veterans should submit military assessments to the Admissions Office for evaluation. For more information, contact the Admissions Office at 724-925-4077.

PLACEMENT TESTING The placement test assesses a student’s skill levels in reading, composition, mathematics and computer skills. All students are required to take the placement test or validate satisfactory completion of prerequisites before registering for mathematics courses, English courses, Microcomputer Concepts, some Office Technology courses and courses with a prerequisite of RDG 080 - Intermediate Reading. Students are encouraged to prepare for the placement test by reviewing these areas. Links to preparatory materials are available at wccc.edu; click on Admissions and Aid. EXEMPTIONS • Students who have an associate’s or bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university upon receipt of college transcripts • Transfer students upon receipt of college transcripts that validate satisfactory completion of prerequisites in English, mathematics and computers Note: Programs such as Nursing and other Allied Health Programs require placement testing for all students. Students may schedule the placement test as soon as the Admissions Office has received a completed Application for Admission. The test is given at the Youngwood campus most weekdays and at the college’s education centers on a limited basis. Call 724-9256893 to schedule the placement test at the Youngwood campus. To schedule a test at an education center, call the center. Students who require accommodations due to a disability should call 724-925-4189 to discuss specific needs. For more information, visit wccc.edu or call 724-925-6893.

CLEP Testing WCCC offers CLEP testing through the College Learning Center. The College-Level Examination Program® (CLEP) affords students the opportunity to earn college credit by examination. CLEP has 34 examinations in five areas: composition and literature, foreign languages, history and social sciences, science and mathematics, and business. Students who complete an exam with a minimum score can earn from 3 to 14 semester hours, depending on the exam. The cost for CLEP testing is $92 per exam. This includes a $15 fee payable to WCCC and a $77 fee payable directly to the College Board (provider of CLEP). CLEP test are scheduled by appointment only. To schedule a CLEP test or for more information, please call 724-925-4133.

Other Fees 1. Application fee for new students (one time) .$15 2. Books & Supplies . .These costs vary according to individual courses. 3. Graduation fee (payable the semester prior to the semester the student expects to graduate) Degree and diploma programs . . . . . . . . .$20 Certificate programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$15 4. Credit by exam, per course . . . . . . . . . . . . .$30 5. Assessment of Experiental Learning, per course . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$75 6. Returned check fee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$25 This fee is assessed if you pay by check and your bank returns the check to the college for any reason.

If you are a Westmoreland County resident, you may use the chart that follows to calculate your costs. Check the total amount of credits for which you have registered and read across to determine your tuition and fee payment.

Westmoreland County Residents’ Tuition Schedule Student Serv. Fee

Technology Serv. Fee

Facilities Fee

80

3

11

3

97

2

160

6

22

6

194

3

240

9

33

9

291

Tuition and Course Fees

4

320

12

44

12

388

Tuition and fees listed are subject to change by the Board of Trustees. When changes are made, notice will be given as far in advance as possible.

5

400

15

55

15

485

6

480

18

66

18

582

7

560

21

77

21

679

8

640

24

88

24

776

9

720

27

99

27

873

1.

Tuition a. Tuition per credit: 1-11 credits, 19 or more credits Westmoreland County Residents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$80 per credit Out-of-County Residents . . .$160 per credit Out-of-State Residents . . . . .$240 per credit b. Flat Rate: 12-18 credits Westmoreland County Residents . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .$1,200 Out-of-County Residents. . . . . . . . . .$2,400 Out-of-State Residents . . . . . . . . . . . .$3,600

Credits

1

Tuition

Total

10

800

30

110

30

970

11

880

33

121

33

1,067

12

1,200

36

132

36

1,404

13

1,200

39

143

39

1,421

14

1,200

42

154

42

1,438

15

1,200

45

165

45

1,455

Please note that many classes have lab fees which will be additional to the totals listed above. Check the lab fee column in the schedule and refer to “Lab Fees.”

2. Technology Service Fee . . . . . . . .$11 per credit 3. Student Services Fee . . . . . . . . . . . .$3 per credit 4. College Facilities Fee . . . . . . . . . . .$3 per credit 5. Capital Fee Out-of-County Residents Only . .$6 per credit 6. Lab Fees (Most laboratory courses have a fee. The fees range from $10 to $25) . . . . . . . . varies

Students from other colleges Be sure to complete an Official Transcript Form before finishing summer classes to ensure that your grades are sent to your home institution.


Summer 2012 Credit Class Schedule

Payment Due Dates The payment due date will be indicated on your registration billing statement. If payment is not received by the due date, your registration is subject to deletion. You remain obligated for all tuition and fees unless you officially drop during the refund period. The college accepts payment in the form of check and MasterCard or VISA credit cards. Payment by check or credit card may be made at the Student Information Center or at any of the education centers. Check payments may also be made by mail. Credit card payments may be made by mail, telephone or online. If paying by check, please make your check payable to “WCCC� and place your Social Security number on the bottom of the check. The college reserves the right to cancel your registration if payment is not received by the due date listed on your statement.

Refund Policy All refunds to students or payers are calculated from the official starting date of the course. The number of days or weeks to determine refunds is calculated by counting the actual days from the starting date of the course and not by counting the course meeting dates. For courses meeting for only one week or less: If you officially drop before the course starts, you may be eligible to receive a 100% refund of tuition and fees. There are no refunds after that date. For courses two-weeks through four-weeks long: If you officially drop through the first three days of the course, you may be eligible to receive a 100% refund of tuition and fees. There are no refunds after that date. For courses five-weeks through nine-weeks long: If you officially drop through the first week of the course, you may be eligible to receive a 100% refund of tuition and fees. There are no refunds after the first week of the course. For courses of 10-weeks through 19-weeks long: If you officially drop through the second week of the course, you may be eligible to receive a 100% refund of tuition and fees. There are no refunds after the second week of a course. For courses of 20-weeks through 29-weeks long: If you officially drop through the second week of the course, you may be eligible to receive a 100% refund of tuition and fees. If you officially drop during the third or fourth week of the course, you may be eligible to receive a 60% refund of tuition. There are no refunds after the fourth week of the course.

For courses of 30 weeks or longer: If you officially drop through the third week of the course, you may be eligible to receive a 100% refund of tuition and fees. If you officially drop during the fourth, fifth or sixth week of the course, you may be eligible to receive a 60% refund of tuition. There are no refunds after the sixth week of the course. You must contact the Registration Center to officially drop a course. If you do not officially drop, you remain obligated for all tuition and fees.

Tuition Reduction for Older Adults If you are a Pennsylvania resident age 60 or older, you are eligible for a 50 percent reduction in tuition when you enroll in credit classes. Enrollment with a tuition reduction is contingent upon space availability in the class. This reduction applies only to tuition charges and not to textbooks, equipment/supplies, or lab fees. To enroll, call the Registration Center.

Financial Aid WCCC participates in a number of financial aid programs to assist students in paying for their education. These programs include grants, loans and college work-study programs. Eligibility for these programs is based on financial need, which is determined by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). These applications are available from high school counselors, public libraries and the WCCC Financial Aid Office. The application is also available online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. The Direct Loan Program is a low-interest loan program that permits students to borrow funds to help pay for college costs. There are limits to the amount that students can borrow based upon their eligibility and federal guidelines. An example would be that a firstyear dependent student can borrow $3,500 for the academic year. Applications are available online at www.studentloans.gov. If you have attended another college and will transfer your credits back to that school after a summer session, your financial aid must be processed by that school for the summer term. For more information, contact the Financial Aid Office at 724-925-4063 or go online at wccc.edu and click on Admissions & Aid.

Scholarships WCCC offers a number of scholarships that provide financial aid assistance you won't have to pay back. Some scholarships are based on financial need, academic history, community involvement, a specific program of study or other criteria. For more information on scholarships, contact Cheri Kramer at 724-925-4215 or go to wccc.edu and click on Admissions & Aid.

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Bookstore The Youngwood Campus Bookstore normal hours of operation are 8 a.m.-6:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday and 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Friday. See our website wccc.edu - for extended hours of operation before and during the start of the semester. If you are unable to travel to the main campus, you may use one of the following payment options through our online services at wccc.edu. For online orders, payment can be made by Visa and MasterCard credit cards or financial aid. If you are paying by check, cash or money order, you may visit the WCCC Youngwood Campus or any WCCC education center and place your order. If you are paying for tuition and textbooks at the same time, please have a separate check for your textbook purchases. A complete list of textbooks (including prices) required for each course is available at wccc.edu; click on the Bookstore tab.

Online Services - My.wccc.edu New and returning students can access many WCCC programs, materials and services online. The college portal, MyWCCC, is the one-stop source for many college resources and services. You can reach the portal by going to https://my.wccc.edu or by following the link found on the homepage of the college website. The portal provides access to: email, collegewide announcements, campus events and news, website links and applications, class schedules and a variety of information about college activities. The WebAdvisor section on the portal can be used to: register online for classes, conduct a search for classes, view grades and transcripts, access your class schedule, check financial aid, complete a program evaluation and pay your bill. Access to WebAdvisor through the portal is a convenient and secure method of conducting business with the college. Since this application is password protected, you are the only person who can access your information. A username and password will be issued to all students enrolled in the college. If you need additional information, contact the Information Technology Help Desk at 1-800-262-2103, ext. 5921.

CALENDAR May 14

First 51/2-week and 11-week classes begin

May 28

Memorial Day - College closed

June 4

8-week classes begin

June 19

First 51/2-week classes end

June 20

Second 51/2-week classes begin

July 4

Independence Day Observed College closed

July 26

Second 51/2-week and 11-week classes end

July 27

8-week classes end


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Disability Services

Transportation

If you have a disability and will require academic accommodation, you must schedule an appointment to meet with the counselor for special populations to discuss your individual needs. Support services are arranged after an assessment of your needs is completed. Some documentation of your disability may be required. If you need classroom accommodations, you should call for assistance well in advance of the start of classes. If you are hearing impaired, you can reach the college through our TDD (Telecommunication Device for the Deaf) number 724-925-4297. Military veterans eligible for Veterans Education benefits (GI Bill) should contact the Financial Aid Office at 724-925-4063 for assistance. For further information, contact Mary Ellen Beres, counselor for special populations, at 724925-4189 or send email to beresm@wccc.edu and type “Disability” in the subject line.

BUS SERVICE Bus service to and from campus is provided by Westmoreland Transit and is available to most areas of Westmoreland County. Service is available weekdays in the mornings through late afternoon. For complete schedule information, contact Westmoreland Transit at www.westmorelandtransit.com or 1-800-221-9282.

Services to Help You Succeed STUDENT DEVELOPMENT OFFICE - Offers counseling, advising and academic enrichment workshops at the Youngwood campus and the college education centers • Phone — 724-925-4121 ACADEMIC SUPPORT SERVICES - Provides tutoring and supplemental instruction, placement testing, GED® testing and proctored exams. Other programs include learning communities, Summer Bridge, WIA and TRA. • Phone — 724-925-4135 STUDENT PLACEMENT/COOPERATIVE EDUCATION OFFICE - Offers a variety of activities for student and alumni that encourage career awareness and promote job-search readiness. Specific services include job shadowing, internship placement, job search preparation in the form of workshops, on-campus recruiting, job fairs, and career management software College Central Network • Phone — 724-925-4054 CAREER PLANNING - Experienced counselors assist with decisions regarding future careers • Phone — 724925-4121 TRANSFER PLANNING - Transfer counselors assist with decisions regarding transfer plans • Phone – 724925-4121 CHILD DAY CARE–CAMPUS CHILDREN’S CENTER - Customized preschool learning enviornment for 3- to 6-year-old children of WCCC students, staff and the general public. Licensed by the Department of Public Welfare • Phone — 724-925-4156 SPECIAL SERVICES PROGRAMS - Academic assistance programs provide eligible students with individual counseling, tutoring, academic monitoring and cultural enrichment opportunities • Phone — 724-925-4121

RIDE SHARE The Commuteinfo program can help you find transportation options to school or work in southwestern Pennsylvania. CommuteInfo’s ride-matching software explores options for transit, carpools, van pools or biking when available. For more information, visit www.commuteinfo.org to fill out the commuter profile for your personalized list of options or call 1-888-8196110.

Mission WCCC improves the quality of life for everyone we touch through education, training and cultural enrichment.

Vision WCCC is a learning-centered college focused on student success, a catalyst for economic growth, a leader in workforce development, and a hub for cultural and artistic experiences.

Values WCCC has a framework of cultures and values that embraces: 1. Commitment to Teaching and Learning (personal attention, individual choices, academic excellence, adaptive, promoting curiosity) 2. Accountability (responsibility, stewardship of resources, empowerment, results-oriented) 3. Diversity (respect for self and others, inclusion, value uniqueness) 4. Collaboration and Cooperation (teamwork, community partnerships) 5. Social Responsibility (promoting active interest, awareness of the world, being a good steward) 6. Integrity (honesty, ethical standards, dedication) 7. Innovation (creativity, commitment to growth, forward thinking)

Accreditation Westmoreland County Community College is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, 3642 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104, 267-2845000. The Commission on Higher Education is an accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.

Convenient Ways to Register Before registering for a class, 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 on a full-time basis, 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. 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 724-9254077. 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 WCCC R EGISTRATION CENTER 724-925-4204 or 1-800-262-2103, ext. 4204 TDD 724-925-4297 (for hearing impaired students) Monday through Friday–8 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Online New students may apply for admission online by completing the Application for Admission. Returning WCCC students may register online.

wccc.edu

In Person You can register at any location for any classes.

YOUNGWOOD CAMPUS Monday through Thursday–7:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday–7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

WCCC E DUCATION CENTERS Call your center for hours.

Notice of Nondiscrimination 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 724-9254190 or in Room 4100D, WCCC Business & Industry Center, Youngwood, PA 15697.


Summer 2012 Credit Class Schedule

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Volunteer Firefighters in Westmoreland County Plan on earning a degree? Want to prepare for a new career? Need to improve your job skills?

WCCC will cover part or all of your tuition costs through the Tuition Waiver Program for Volunteer Firefighters.

June 11 - July 26, 2012 The WCCC Summer Bridge Program is designed for high school graduates prior to their first semester in college. • Jump start your college career at WCCC • Adjust to the college environment • Coursework offered in reading, mathematics, academic success and personal development • Attend only four days per week - Mondays & Wednesdays, 8:45 a.m.-1:25 p.m.; and Tuesdays & Thursdays, 8:45 a.m.-2:15 p.m. • Complete 9 credits in just seven weeks • Be academically prepared for fall • Convenient locations - WCCC Youngwood Campus and the WCCC New Kensington Education Center

Space is limited so call today to reserve your space - 724-925-4280.

WCCC has established two tuition waiver programs to support you - the men and women of Westmoreland County fire departments - as you seek to develop your academic and employability skills. One program is offered to incumbent Westmoreland County volunteer firefighters with one or more years of service while the other program is available to new volunteer firefighters. The Firefighter Tuition Waivers apply to WCCC credit programs only. All firefighters must apply for federal financial aid by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Incumbent Volunteer Firefighter Tuition Waiver Program Eligibility requirements and conditions: • Westmoreland County residency • Incumbent volunteer firefighter with more than three years of service • Applicant must present a letter from their fire department chief certifying service • Firefighter must maintain active status with the fire department to continue to receive the partial tuition waiver • Firefighter must maintain a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 • Course enrollment is contingent upon seat availability • Tuition waiver is applicable for either part- or full-time study for a maximum of 60 credits • Firefighter is responsible for one-half of tuition and all fees and textbooks

New Recruit Volunteer Firefighter Tuition Waiver Program Eligibility requirements and conditions: • Westmoreland County residency • Applicants must be new firefighters with no less than six months of experience and no more than three years • Applicants must present a letter from their fire department chief certifying that the firefighter is a new volunteer and has provided satisfactory service • Tuition waiver will cover the full tuition cost; applicants are responsible for all fees and textbook costs

To register, call 1-800-262-2103 or go to www.wccc.edu

For additional information, call the WCCC Admissions Office at 724-925-4064.


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Summer 2012 Credit Class Schedule

New - Natural Gas & Oil Technology Certificate Gain the skills and knowledge needed to join this fast growing industry The Natural Gas and Oil Technology credit certificate program will prepare you for entry level positions in the natural gas and oil industry including exploration, drilling, production, midstream, transportation, storage and distribution. According to the 2011 Pennsylvania Statewide Marcellus Shale Workforce Needs Assessment, as drilling activity continues to increase between 2011-14, an estimated 18,500 - 30,000 jobs will be created in the natural gas industry. The program features classroom and lab activities as well as field experiences to supplement the learning process. Graduates of the program may accept positions such as water management technician, measurement and regulation technician, field safety representative, seismic crew member, hydraulic fracturing crew member, compressor operator, processing operatory, well-testing technician and others.

For more information, contact the WCCC Workforce Development Division at 1-800-262-2103, ext. 4104.


Summer 2012 Credit Class Schedule

Through an articulation agreement between WCCC and Eat’n Park Hospitality Group (EPHG), students who have completed the EPHG supervisor certification program can now receive nine credits at WCCC for the new Restaurant Culinary Management certificate and diploma. Those who have completed the corporate training program with EPHG can seamlessly transfer into the Restaurant Culinary Management program with advanced placement. More than 300 EPHG employees are already eligible for this new program, where successful graduates will be prepared for careers as an assistant restaurant manager, dining room manager, assistant food service director, and other careers within the foodservice industry. After completion of the corporate training program, EPHG employees can submit a competency list signed by Eat’n Park along with a letter of recommendation, and the credits will be applied to the WCCC Restaurant/Culinary Management program. WCCC recently developed the certificate and diploma options of the associate degree Restaurant Culinary Management program. The new options offer stackable credentials- not only to EPHG employees but also to new students - allowing students to complete the 19-credit certificate and progress toward the 32-credit diploma and the 61-credit associate in applied science degree, which opens up more job possibilities for graduates. For more information, call the WCCC Admissions Office at 1-800-262-2103, ext. 4077.

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WCCC and West Penn Power, a FirstEnergy utility company, have teamed up to train the next generation of line workers in the electric utility industry. The curriculum is part of FirstEnergy’s award-winning Power Systems Institute (PSI), a two-year program that combines hands-on training with classroom instruction which will be conducted at WCCC. With the right grades, a positive attitude and good field work, you could graduate from WCCC with a degree in Electric Utility Technology and be on your way to a career in the electric utility industry. The program includes technical course work in electrical fundamentals and circuit analysis, along with practical skills training and general education classes. Following the second semester, qualified students will complete a compensated 10-week (40 hours/week) evaluated field experience. Students must successfully complete FirstEnergy’s preemployment screening prior to participating in the field experience which will be conducted May through August. Get ready for a career that reaches new heights. Learn more… FirstEnergy’s Power Systems Institute Orientation Session Saturday, March 24, 2012 10 a.m. - noon Science Hall, WCCC Youngwood Campus

For more information on the Electric Utility Technology program, contact: Joanna Leech, WCCC Workforce Development Division, at 1-800-262-2103, ext. 4104; or Robin Satterfield at FirstEnergy directly at 1-800-829-6801.


Summer 2012 Tabloid  

Tabloid with list of the 2012 Summer schedule, class listings, and specialty programs offered at Westmoreland County Community College.

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