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Non-Profit Org. U.S. Postage PAID Cullman, AL Permit #17

The Wallace State Community College campus is located in the heart of North Alabama, eight miles south of Cullman, on U.S. Highway 31 within the city limits of Hanceville. Students who commute find it convenient because of its strategic location - 60 miles south of Huntsville, 40 miles south of Decatur, and 45 miles north of Birmingham, off U.S. Interstate 65.

Wallace State Center at Hayden High School Hayden, AL Wallace State Center at J.B. Pennington High School Blountsville, AL

801 Main Street NW • Hanceville, AL 35077

Wallace State Center at Addison High School Addison, AL

256/352-8000 www.wallacestate.edu

Wallace State Center at Brewer High School Eva, AL

A life less ordinary.

For information about off campus centers, call 256/352-8050 or 256/352-8236.

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President’s Message Welcome to fall semester at Wallace State!

When you enroll at Wallace State this semester, you will have limitless opportunities for education and personal growth. Here, you have opportunities to explore your interests, discover your talents, expand your knowledge, and chart a path for your future.

A new Advanced Visualization Center, which opened this summer, allows our students to train in virtual reality, using 3-D and 4-D simulation-based learning platforms.

The award-winning Burrow Center for the Fine and Performing Arts, and the Burrow Museum, complement Wallace Stateʼs support of the arts and serve as a featured location during our Year of the Arts events on campus this year. The Burrow Center and AVC are just two of the state-of-the-art, and green, learning environments on campus.

Our faculty, staff and administration put students first, challenging you while providing a supportive environment and the tools you need to succeed.

Wallace State has a record of producing outstanding scholars, including Jack Kent Cooke and New Century scholars, and upon transfer to a university our students meet or exceed the performance of students who began there. Those students directly entering a technical or health career have excellent licensure and job placement rates.

We serve high school students through dual enrollment, early college enrollment, tech prep programs, and our on-campus Fast Track Academy. We offer one of the most comprehensive arrays of academic, health science and technical programs in the nation, ranking tenth nationally in the number of health care graduates we produce, and students complete our programs with great potential, well prepared for careers or seamless transfer to a university.

Student activities, outstanding athletic programs, intramurals, clubs and organizations, service learning and volunteer opportunities make the campus feel like a community. Educational offerings are also available totally online so that students can learn anytime, anywhere.

I extend a personal invitation to you to visit our campus, either in person or online, and experience the wonderful educational environment you'll find here. Wallace State students are interested in living lives less ordinary, and we are committed to empowering them. We look forward to serving you!

—Dr. Vicki P. Hawsey, President

Vision

Wallace State Community College – Hanceville is a world-class, internationally recognized, entrepreneurial learning college.

Mission

Wallace State Community College, a degree granting public community college, is committed to enabling meaningful learning that transforms lives and communities. In support of the mission, Wallace State Community College is committed to:

>> promoting student success in learning environments that are student centered, innovative, engaging, and supportive

>> providing teaching excellence that inspires a quest for lifelong learning

>> respecting uniqueness and valuing diversity

>> forging strategic partnerships that advance community, workforce and economic development

>> culturally enriching our communities

>> accountability and integrity

Front cover photo of the Ottis and Evelyn Buttow Center for the Fine and Performing Arts by Edward Badham. Back cover photo: Advanced Visualization Center.

Values

We value… >> each learner

>> high academic standards that also encourage intellectual curiosity

>> the conscientious use of technology and other instructional tools to enhance learning

>> the opportunity to foster an accessible, supportive, safe environment in which people learn and work

>> academic, professional, and personal integrity; respecting uniqueness; and embracing diversity


Table of Contents Important Phone Numbers .................................................................................................PG 1 Fall Semester Calendar .....................................................................................................PG 2 Business Hours ..................................................................................................................PG 3 ADA Accommodations .......................................................................................................PG 3 Admission Policy/Procedures.............................................................................................PG 4 Registration Process ..........................................................................................................PG 4 Online Education................................................................................................................PG 4 Financial Aid Information....................................................................................................PG 5 Bookstore Information ........................................................................................................PG 5 Tuition and Fees.................................................................................................................PG 6 myWallace State and Online Registration..........................................................................PG 7 Testing Schedule................................................................................................................PG 8 ACTION Center Workshops ...............................................................................................PG 9 Building Codes ...................................................................................................................PG 9 First Year Gateway to WSCC Initiative.............................................................................PG 10 Adult Education Schedule ................................................................................................PG 11 Course Offerings ..............................................................................................................PG 12 Off-Campus Classes .............................................................................................PG 12 Main Campus Classes ..........................................................................................PG 14 Mini Term I .............................................................................................................PG 36 Mini Term II ............................................................................................................PG 37 Short-Term Skills Training and Continuing Education ......................................................PG 40 Community Education ......................................................................................................PG 44 Lifelong Learning..............................................................................................................PG 46 Online Continuing Education............................................................................................PG 47 Campus Map....................................................................................................................PG 48 Athens State University Center Classes .......................................................Inside Back Cover

Important Phone Numbers Toll Free: 1-866-350-WSCC

Complete directory at www.wallacestate.edu

ACTION Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .256/352-8040 Admissions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .352-8238 Assessment/Testing Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .352-8053 Bookstore . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .352-8100 Cashier . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .352-8141 Financial Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .352-8182 Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .352-8260 Operator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .352-8000 Student Activities/Campus Visits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .352-8031 Vice-President for Students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .352-8340 Fall Semester 2010 Schedule of Classes • page 1


Academic Calendar July Independence Day Holiday...................................College Closed ......................................................Monday, July 5 Fall LIONS’ PRIDE Orientation..................................8:30 a.m......................................................Wednesday, July 7 Fall LIONS’ PRIDE Orientation..................................8:30 a.m..........................................................Thursday, July 8 Fall LIONS’ PRIDE Orientation..................................8:30 a.m..........................................................Monday, July 12 Fall LIONS’ PRIDE Orientation ......................8:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. ............................................Tuesday, July 13 Fall LIONS’ PRIDE Orientation..................................8:30 a.m....................................................Wednesday, July 14 Early Online Registration Begins.....................www.wallacestate.edu...............................................Monday, July 19 Early Onsite Registration Begins .......................................................................................................Monday, July 26

August Faculty Duty Days.......................................................................................................Wednesday-Friday, August 4-6 Online and Onsite Registration Ends ..............................................................................................Monday, August 9 Tuition and Fees Due ...........................................Cashier’s Office ..............................................Tuesday, August 10 Online Registration Reopens ..........................www.wallacestate.edu ....................................Wednesday, August 11 Convocation ..................................................................................................................................Monday, August 16 Registration ..................................................................................................................................Tuesday, August 17 Tuition and Fees Due ...........................................Cashier’s Office ..............................................Tuesday, August 17 Dorm Move-in Day .......................................................................................................................Tuesday, August 17 Athletic Orientation ....................................................2:00 p.m. ...................................................Tuesday, August 17 Classes Begin (Regular and Mini-Term I) ...............................................................................Wednesday, August 18 Late Registration/Drop-Add (Mini-Term I) ...............................................................................Wednesday, August 18 Late Registration/Drop-Add (Regular Term) ...........................................Wednesday, August 18-Tuesday, August 24 Tuition and Fees Due Daily ....................................................................Wednesday, August 18-Tuesday, August 24

September Labor Day Holiday ................................................College Closed...........................................Monday, September 6 Last day to withdraw from Mini-Term I..................................................................................Thursday, September 30

October End of Mini-Term I ......................................................................................................................Tuesday, October 12 Registration for Mini-Term II ..................................................................................................Wednesday, October 13 Mini-Term II Begins....................................................................................................................Thursday, October 14 Late Registration/Drop-Add (Mini-Term II).................................................................................Thursday, October 14

November Veterans’ Day Holiday...........................................College Closed ........................................Thursday, November 11 Faculty Duty Day......................................................No Classes................................................Friday, November 12 Spring 2011 LIONS’ PRIDE Orientation .........8:30 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. ..................................Tuesday, November 16 Last day to withdraw (Regular and Mini-Term II) ...................................................................Thursday, November 18 State Professional Development..............................No Classes....................Monday-Wednesday, November 22-24 Thanksgiving Holiday............................................College Closed .......................Thursday-Friday, November 25-26

December Final Exams .................................................................................Thursday, December 9-Wednesday, December 15 Faculty Duty Days .................................................................................................Thursday-Friday, December 16-17 Grades Due ...............................................................9:00 a.m. ............................................Thursday, December 16 Christmas Holidays ...............................................College Closed ...................Wednesday-Friday, December 22-31

Reminder Dates for Spring 2011 Early Online Registration .........................................................................................................Monday, November 22 Early Onsite Registration .........................................................................................................Monday, November 29 College Reopens ...........................................................................................................................Monday, January 3 Registration .............................................................................................................................Wednesday, January 5 Spring Classes Begin ..................................................................................................................Monday, January 10

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Business Hours ADMISSIONS - (256/352-8238), FINANCIAL AID (256/352-8182), and ACTION Center (256/352-8040) Monday-Wednesday.................7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Thursday ..................................7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Friday .......................................7:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. CASHIER - (256/352-8015) Monday-Wednesday.................7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Thursday ..................................7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Friday .......................................7:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. BOOKSTORE- (256/352-8100) Monday - Wednesday...............7:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Thursday ..................................7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Friday .......................................7:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

CAREER SERVICES - (256/352-8178) Monday-Thursday . . . . . . . . . .7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Friday . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. (Services are available after hours by appointment)

STUDENT SUPPORT SERVICES TUTORING LAB (256/352-8073) Monday-Tuesday. . . . . . . . . . . 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Wednesday-Thursday . . . . . . . 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Friday. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . By appointment SPECIAL HOURS - MON-TUES, DECEMBER 20-21 ADMISSIONS, FINANCIAL AID, ACTION CENTER, CASHIER & BOOKSTORE . . . 7:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.

RECRUITING/Campus Tours - (256/352-8031) Tuesdays .............9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. (by appt.) Fridays........................................9:00 a.m. (by appt.)

Important Information Disclaimer - Please note that information contained in this schedule is offered for planning purposes only and is subject to change. For the latest information, refer to the college’s web site at www.wallacestate.edu.

contact Lisa Harris, Director of Special Populations, in the HGA Math Building or call 256/352-8052. A copy of the student handbook can be found on the web at www.wallacestate.edu/mainmenu/current-students/ada-accommodations. html.

Accreditation - Wallace State is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, and Associate in Applied Science degrees. (1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, GA 30033-4097; Phone: 404/679-4501). Many programs have additional accreditation from organizations appropriate to the particular disciplines.

Equal Opportunity Policy - It is the policy of the Alabama State Board of Education and Wallace State Community College, a postsecondary institution under its control, that no person shall, on the grounds of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, or age, be excluded from participation, be denied benefit of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program, activity, or employment.

ADA Accommodations - All students receiving services through the ADA Office need to make an appointment or stop by to discuss the classes and accommodations needed for Fall Semester. All students wanting to utilize their accommodation for priority registration must make the appointment and have documentation on file before July 14. The WSCC ADA Office publishes a handbook outlining the policies and procedures required for acquiring academic accommodations. It is the student’s responsibility to make sure that each step is completed. For further information,

Transitional Learning Division - The Transitional Learning Division’s primary responsibility is to make the transition from high school to college as easy as possible for students. Transitional Learning classes are designed to assist students in developing academic competencies necessary for success in college. Orientation 103, Reading 083, English 092 and 093, and Math 090 are found within this division. For more information, contact Cindy Mallard, Director of Transitional Learning, at 256/352-8081, located in the Wellness Center.

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

forms. Further information is available by contacting the Wallace State Admissions Office or viewing the WSCC Catalog online.

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

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

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

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

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

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

2

FINANCIAL AID: Information about financial aid, including scholarships, grants, loans, work-study, WIA, TRA and veterans’ benefits, may be obtained by calling the Financial Aid Office at 256/352-8182 or visiting www.wallacestate.edu.

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ORIENTATION: All students are strongly encouraged to attend a LIONS’ Pride Information Session. Incoming freshmen are required to register for an orientation course (unless exempt). Contact the ACTION Center at 256/3528040 (JBC 8th floor) for more information. The WSCC Office of Student Recruiting (JBC 11th floor) is available to provide college information and schedule campus tours. Call 256/352-8031 for more information.

4

TESTING: All students must complete COMPASS Placement Tests in English, reading, and mathematics prior to registering for classes. Testing is waived for those who

present recent ACT scores (or SAT equivalent) of 20 on the English and math portions. Contact the Testing Center at 256/352-8053 for more information.

5

ACADEMIC ADVISING: Advisors are available to assist students in choosing a course of study, developing a degree plan, and registering for classes. Visit the ACTION Center (256/352-8040) to see an advisor or contact your assigned faculty advisor.

6

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

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FEE PAYMENT: Registration is not complete until all tuition and fees are paid. Fees may be paid online, by mail, or in person at the WSCC Cashier’s Office. Please consult page 6 in the course schedule for a list of tuition and fees and important deadlines. For payment information, call 256/352-8015. Discover, American Express, Visa and Mastercard are accepted.

Education Anytime, Anywhere Wallace State offers a wide array of online and hybrid classes to fit your schedule and your needs. These classes are noted in the fall course listing beginning on page 12. Several complete programs of study are also available in a fully online or online/hybrid format including Computer Science (Programming, Software Support/Help Desk, Internet/Networking Technology), Health Information Technology (Health Information Technician, Medical Transcription, Medical Coding), Gerontology, Pharmacy Technology, and Associate in Arts/Science. Coming soon - classes in virtual reality! Contact an advisor in the ACTION Center at 256/352-8040 to learn more about online education. Fall Semester 2010 Schedule of Classes • page 4


Financial Aid Financial Aid Announcements - Fall 2010 Students receiving financial aid should read the following information carefully. APPLY EARLY • Students applying for financial aid should apply at least two (2) months before the next semester begins. Applying early will help ensure a timely response to federal guidelines and will allow for any unforeseen problems/situations that might occur. Applying early will also help students to avoid potential long lines or waits.

beginning at 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday, September 22. Students must present picture ID to pick up checks. A valid state driver’s license will suffice. Direct deposit amounts are subject to completed paperwork prior to disbursement dates. Withdrawal from all classes will result in Pell overpayment and future Pell payments for WSCC or any other college will cease until the overpayment is repaid. Students will be placed on hold for registration and release of transcripts until the funds are repaid.

BOOKSTORE CHARGES • If Pell Awards exceed the amount of tuition and fees owed, students may charge books and supplies on their Pell accounts at the WSCC Bookstore. These accounts will be open for charges Monday, August 2.

STUDENTS ON PRIVATE SCHOLARSHIPS • The WSCC Financial Aid Office requests that all students on private funded scholarships contact the Financial Aid Office three (3) weeks prior to registration to ensure that all paperwork is complete.

DISTANCE EDUCATION • Students are responsible for logging in and meeting orientation requirements for all WebCT and video classes. Pell funds will not be distributed until attendance is verified.

REMEMBER • Students must re-file for Pell Grants for every academic year (Fall-Summer). Pell Grants are applicable for two of the three semesters in any academic year. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is available in the Financial Aid Office or online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Students applying for 2010-2011 Pell Grants must complete the forms with 2009 tax data. You may apply for Federal Student Aid online at www.fafsa.ed.gov or complete a paper application and mail it to the federal government. Official transcripts are required from all institutions attended, whether or not grades or courses are to be used. For Financial Aid purposes, ALL transcripts must be mailed directly from the sending institution, including non-accredited schools, and evaluated. Before registering, students’ files must be complete in both Financial Aid (including in-house paperwork) and Admissions to receive award. Most students will have to produce appropriate tax returns for themselves or supporting parents. Priority deadline for fall is Thursday, July 1. Deadline for Financial Aid, Satisfactory Academic Progress Appeals is Thursday, July 1. It is the student’s responsibility to provide any additional information requested by the Financial Aid office. The grant cannot be awarded until the student’s file is complete.

BALANCE CHECKS • Per federal guidelines, attendance must be verified before balance checks can be distributed. Students must attend ALL CLASSES before Pell and loan funds will be distributed. Students’ balance checks will not be processed until all holds are cleared. Students will not receive refunds on classes until after the class has had at least one class meeting. (Pell distribution dates may be adjusted for students who are registered for Mini Term II classes). If you are registered for classes that begin later than August 25, your balance check may be disbursed at a later date. You must attend classes prior to any funds being distributed for a particular class. Pell Grant balance checks will be distributed in the Coliseum on Tuesday, August 31 beginning at 8:00 a.m. Checks will be available in the Cashier’s Office beginning at 8:00 a.m. on Wednesday, September 1. Stafford Loan balance checks are scheduled to be distributed in the Coliseum on Tuesday, September 21 beginning at 8:00 a.m. Balance Checks will be available in the Cashier’s Office

Timeline for filing FAFSA: FAFSA FORM TERM Fall 2010 2010-2011

TAX YEAR 2009

Bookstore Information To view a current listing of textbooks and pricing information, please visit www.wallacestate.edu/booklist. Refund Policy • A student who has purchased returnable books from the college bookstore and returns the books in new condition by the end of the third week of the semester will be refunded the full purchase price assuming that the following conditions are met: •Everyone must have a receipt. •Everyone must have a valid picture I.D. •Books must be in new/unused condition. If book was sold in shrink wrap it must be returned in shrink wrap. •Refunds will not be given for supplies or reference books and materials. •If purchase was made with a check, you must wait 10 business days before requesting a refund. A student who has purchased returnable books from the college bookstore and returns the books in used condition by the end of the third week of the semester will be refunded 50% of the full purchase price. A book is determined to be in a “used” condition if the shrink wrap has been removed, or has marks, erasures, or highlights. All books regardless of condition must include any cd or access code that was included with the book. Fall Semester 2010 Schedule of Classes • page 5


Fall 2010 Tuition and Fees Bond Surety BuildFee ing Fee

Facility Renewal Fee

Technology Fee

Total Tuition & Fees

10.00

9.00

9.00

119.00

2.00

20.00

18.00

18.00

238.00

3.00

30.00

27.00

27.00

357.00

360.00

4.00

40.00

36.00

36.00

476.00

5

450.00

5.00

50.00

45.00

45.00

595.00

6

540.00

6.00

60.00

54.00

54.00

714.00

7

630.00

7.00

70.00

63.00

63.00

833.00

8

720.00

8.00

80.00

72.00

72.00

952.00

Credit Hours

Tuition $90/Hr

1

90.00

1.00

2

180.00

3

270.00

4

9

810.00

9.00

90.00

81.00

81.00

1,071.00

10

900.00

10.00

100.00

90.00

90.00

1,190.00

11

990.00

11.00

110.00

99.00

99.00

1,309.00

12

1,080.00

12.00

120.00

108.00

108.00

1,428.00

13

1,170.00

13.00

130.00

117.00

117.00

1,547.00

14

1,260.00

14.00

140.00

126.00

126.00

1,666.00

15

1,350.00

15.00

150.00

135.00

135.00

1,785.00

16

1,440.00

16.00

160.00

144.00

144.00

1,904.00

17

1,530.00

17.00

170.00

153.00

153.00

2,023.00

18

1,620.00

18.00

180.00

162.00

162.00

2,142.00

19

1,710.00

19.00

190.00

171.00

171.00

2,261.00

20

1,800.00

20.00

200.00

180.00

180.00

2,380.00

21

1,890.00

21.00

210.00

189.00

189.00

2,499.00

22

1,980.00

22.00

220.00

198.00

198.00

2,618.00

23

2,070.00

23.00

230.00

207.00

207.00

2,737.00

24

2,160.00

24.00

240.00

216.00

216.00

2,856.00

25

2,250.00

25.00

250.00

225.00

225.00

2,975.00

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

Tuition Refund Policy Refund for a complete withdrawal: A student who officially or unofficially withdraws from all classes before the first day of class will be refunded the total tuition and other institutional charges. A student who officially or unofficially withdraws completely on or after the first day of class but prior to the end of the third week of class will be refunded according to the following prorated refund schedule: Fall Regular Term (Aug. 18-Dec.15) Through August 17 100% August 18-August 24 75% August 25-August 31 50% Sept. 1-Sept. 8 25% After Sept. 8 no refund Fall Mini Term I (Aug. 18-Oct.12) Through August 17 100% August 18-August 20 75% August 21-August 25 50% August 26-August 30 25% After August 30 no refund Fall Mini Term II (Oct. 14-Dec. 15) Through Oct. 13 100% Oct. 14-Oct. 18 75% Oct. 19-Oct. 21 50% Oct. 22-Oct. 26 25% After Oct. 26 no refund Administrative Fee: An administrative fee not to exceed 5% of tuition and other institutional charges of $100, whichever is smaller, shall be assessed for each withdrawal within the period beginning the first day of class and ending at the end of the third week of class. Refund for partial withdrawal: Students who do not completely withdraw from the college but drop a class during the regular drop/add period will be refunded the difference in tuition paid and the tuition rate applicable to the reduced number of hours, including fees appropriate to the classes dropped. There will be no refund to a student who partially withdraws after the official drop/add period has ended. Wallace State does not give cash refunds: Students must complete a Drop/Add Form in the Admissions Office, take it to the Cashier’s Office and complete a Refund Request Form. Under normal circumstances, refund checks are issued weekly and mailed to the student. Refer to current academic calendar for drop/add and withdrawal deadlines. NOTE: The first $80 for full-time and first $59 for part-time students is non-refundable unless the class is cancelled by the college. Insurance fees are non-refundable.

$4.00/semester Health - $7.50/semester EMS - $32.50/semester $15.00/class

Students who are NOT residents of Alabama pay two times the stated rate of tuition. Fees are the same. ALL TUITION & FEES ARE DUE AT REGISTRATION. Tuition & Fees Reminder: All tuition and fees should be paid in the Cashier’s Office according to the following schedule. If tuition and fees are not paid by the end of the business day on the due date, the class schedule will be deleted. Payment Due Date Registration Period July 19 - August 9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .August 10 August 10 - August 17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .August 17 August 18 - August 24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Daily

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

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

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LION CARD/STUDENT ID All students are required to have this form of identification while on campus. IDs are available in the Student Activities Office. Call 256/352-8031 for more information.


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

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

Register for and Drop/Add Classes.

Blackboard Log In. Your myWallaceState

Students can register online or drop/add, but cannot drop classes beyond the drop/add period, if PIN has been activated.

ID is required to log in.

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

your financial aid account.

Check Grades. Students may access their

Manage Lion Alert. Lion Alert is the

grades at the conclusion of each semester.

WSCC emergency notification system.

Check Financial Aid Status. Access Manage Lion Card. Manage your Lion Card funds online.

Register Online 1.

GETTING STARTED: See your academic advisor to activate your PIN. You must not be on academic probation or have any outstanding fees or holds.

2.

GO ONLINE: Visit www.wallacestate.edu and click on the myWallaceState link to access your student information. Click on Student Resources to log in.

3.

LOGIN SCREEN: Enter your student number (this is your social security number without the dashes) or your WSCC assigned student number. Enter your PIN number. Press Login to continue. You are encouraged to change your PIN for privacy and security purposes.

4.

CLICK ON THE PRE-REGISTRATION OPTION: To add or drop a course, type the course call number as printed in the schedule or use the Select Course button to search the schedule. Once you find the call number, click PUSH and it will automatically insert the call number for you. Click the Add/Drop Course button to add the course to your listing. To view your schedule, scroll to the bottom of the page. To drop a course you have added, click the Click to Drop button to the right of the course. Continue until your course schedule is complete.

5.

COMPLETE REGISTRATION: Once your schedule is complete, click the Complete Registration button. You will see a screen that displays tuition charges for the schedule you have chosen. Available financial aid coverage will also be shown. To complete the entire registration process, you must pay the amount in the Cash Due column by the dates published by WSCC. Failure to do so will result in removal from class. Classes can only be dropped online during the drop/add period. If registration has ended, you must withdraw from classes in person in the Admissions Office.

6.

PAYMENT: If you plan to pay your tuition and fees by check, click the Print Pre-Registration Mailer button. This will print a copy of your schedule, plus all tuition and fees owed. Follow the directions on the mailer and send a check for the amount shown to WSCC. You may pay on line with Discover, American Express, Visa or Mastercard or in person during regular business hours at the WSCC Cashier’s Office by check, cash or credit card.

7.

REMEMBER: To ensure complete registration, full payment must be received by the posted payment deadlines. If you do not settle your account by the date posted in the current semester schedule, your schedule will be deleted. Please check your schedule for accuracy.

Your LION Card now does more! Use your LION LOOT at the WSCC Bookstore, Culinary Arts, Vending, the Library Woody’s Grill, and CVS Pharmacy. Fall Semester 2010 Schedule of Classes • page 7


Testing Schedule Fees are payable in the WSCC Cashier’s Office.

Test

Location

Dates

Purpose

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

August 20 and October 22

ACT Testing 8:30 a.m.

Biology Placement Exam

By appointment during COMPASS testing hours

ACTION Center/Testing Center

CLEP Testing

By appointment during COMPASS testing hours

ACTION Center/Testing Center

COMPASS Placement and Ability to Benefit Assessments

ACTION Center/Testing Center

Fridays (beginning August 6) 8 a.m. until 12 noon

Every other Monday beginning August 9 at 6 p.m., by appointment

TBD

Every other Wednesday, beginning August 11 at 7:30 a.m.

GED Testing

WORKKEYS for WSCC Students

Onsite registration required prior to testing. Test date issued at registration.

Registration is complete when payment is made to cashier. Call 256/352-8042 Bring ID and receipt Fee: $35 on test date. ACT approved calculators are permitted. Call 256/352-8053. Bring ID, calculator and receipt on test date.

To provide an opportuCall 256/352-8053 nity to obtain college Fee: $102 level credit for acquired knowledge.

Call 256/352-8053 Bring ID and receipt on test date.

To assess reading comprehension skill for Nursing application and other health programs To assess math and English skill levels for Diagnostic Imaging application

GED Registration

To Register

Call 256/352-8053 Fee: $29

To determine readiness for Biology 201.

To determine placement into math and English classes (if not exempt) Monday-Thursday 8 a.m. until 2 p.m.

For Info.

Required before GED test date issued.

Call 256/352-8053 or 256/352-8040 Initial Test Fee: none Retest: $8 (Only one retest is permitted in three year period)

Call 256/352-8394

No appointment needed. Bring ID, calculator for math, and receipt (if retest) on test date.

By appointment. Bring receipt, driver’s license and Social Security card. If 17 also bring student exit interview form and notarized parent permission to take GED exam.

TBD

To provide opportunity for adults who have not Call 256/352-8394 Fee: $50 graduated from high Retest: $10 school to earn a high per subject school level educational diploma.

TBD

Graduation requireCall 256/352-8394 ment in certain Call 256/352-8461 programs; should be Fee: $38.88 (pay at Bring identification taken after completing bookstore) and receipt from bookEnglish and math store. coursework.

Registration is required

By appointment, call 256/352-8394. Bring identification and social security card on test date.

WORKKEYS for non-WSCC Students: for Paraprofessional WorkKeys testing schedule, contact Dr. Ken Crow, Continuing Education, 256/352-8035. Fall Semester 2010 Schedule of Classes • page 8


ACTION Center Workshops Fall 2010 Workshops • The ACTION Center • 256/352-8040 Workshops are free to all WSCC students and staff. SEPTEMBER

OCTOBER

Identifying Your Learning Style Wednesday, September 15 • 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. Presenter: Tammi Gattis Your learning style is the way you learn or process information. This workshop will help you identify your learning style and provide learning strategies that will help you study in a productive manner.

Personality and Career Choice Wednesday, October 6 • 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. Presenter: Tammi Gattis Choosing a major and/or a career can be a daunting experience. This workshop will provide insight in utilizing the Myers/Briggs Type Indicator and Holland’s Theory of Interest in determining potential majors and career choices based upon your dominant personality types.

Critical Thinking Wednesday, September 22 • 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. Presenter: Dr. Bill Moss The most pressing goal of modern education is to teach effective thinking. This seminar will attempt to define critical thinking, lead the student through application, and provide an understanding of the process.

THE ACTION CENTER

Educational Planning/STARS Wednesday, September 29 • 2:00 - 3:00 p.m. Presenter: Donnie Rice Are you planning to transfer to a public, in-state university? Do you know what classes you need to complete prior to transferring? Are you planning to earn an A.S. degree at WSCC? This workshop will assist students in identifying their educational goals and developing a plan to guide students in reaching those goals.

Your One-Stop Advising, Counseling and Testing Resource.

Building Codes (Campus Map on p. 48) BUILDING

CODE

MAP #

AGRICULTURE/FORESTRY

AGP

29

BUILDING HISTORY/VOC.ED.

CODE

MAP #

ART

ART

14

HVAC

AUTO BODY REPAIR

ABR

23

LIBRARY

AUTO MECHANICS

MATH

HGA

10

MUSIC EDUCATION/PARALEGAL

MUS

21

MTT

26

VE

14

ASC

14

LIB

19

AUM

23

BAILEY CENTER

JBC

1

BANQUET HALL/COMMERCIAL FOODS

CFS

11

MACHINE TOOL TECHNOLOGY

BASEBALL STADIUM/CLASSROOM

BBS

20

NURSING EDUCATION

NB

7

BIOLOGY

BIO

13

PHYSICS/SCIENCE

SCI

13

BURROW CENTER

FPA

36

POULTRY DIAGNOSTICS LAB

PDL

27

SC

17

BUSINESS EDUCATION

BE

16

STUDENT CENTER

CHM

13

TOM BEVILL HEALTH EDUCATION

TBH

4

CS

8

UPHOLSTERY

UPH

14

COSMETOLOGY

COS

16

WELDING

WDT

28

DRAFTING

DDT

9

WC

32

DRAKE COLISEUM

COL

31

DIESEL MECHANICS

DEM

28

ELECTRONICS

ILT

9

GENERAL STUDIES

GS

12

HEALTH SCIENCE

HS

6

CHEMISTRY COMPUTER SCIENCE/ENGLISH

WELLNESS CENTER

CONSTRUCTION UPDATE: Please pardon our progress. Visit www.wallacestate.edu or call 256/352-8000 for the latest information on office and class relocations due to construction on campus.

Fall Semester 2010 Schedule of Classes • page 9


First-Year Gateway to WSCC Initiative LEARNING COMMUNITIES • Courses linked by a theme and taken by the same group of students, thereby allowing a ready-made community of study-groups and designed to provide a more integrated and meaningful learning experience. CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

CR

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

3 3

09:30-10:45 11:00-12:15

MW MW

WC 101 CS 3

METCALF R JOHNSON B

I Will Never Use This 08067 MTH090L Basic Mathematics 09134 ORI103L Orientation (Master Student)

3 2

09:30-10:45 11:00-12:15

TU TH TU TH

WC 206 WC 111

MALLARD C JOHNSON T

Discovering the Holocaust 10501 RDG083L Developmental Reading I 04868 ENG093L Basic English II

3 3

09:30-10:45 11:00-12:15

MW MW

WC 206 WC 100

CONGO H FAULKNER A

From Playwright to Spotlight - A Study of Dramatic Literature and Performance 11606 THR120L Theater Appreciation 3 11:00-12:15 04833 ENG102L English Composition II 3 01:00-02:15

TU TH TU TH

FPA 202 CS 6

CANTRELL L STAFF

GLEEful Performing - The Wallace State Singers 11610 THR141L Intro to Dance in Theater 11611 THR142L Intro to Dance in Theater 08313 MUL184L Jazz/Show Choir

2 2 1

09:30-10:30 09:30-10:30 09:30-10:45

MW MW TU TH

FPA 112 FPA 112 FPA 112

CANTRELL L CANTRELL L RICHTER T

Composing and Conversing Across Cultural Barriers 04816 ENG101L English Composition I 11204 SOC200L Intro to Sociology

3 3

09:30-10:45 11:00-12:15

TU TH TU TH

CS 1 CS 2

BARNES M OREAR S

Making Sense of Logic 02506 CIS150L Computer Program Logic 02525 CIS212L Visual Basic

3 3

01:00-02:15 09:30-10:45

MW MW

CS 10 CS 10

AYERS T GRIMMETT C

The Art of Communications 11408 SPH107L Fund of Public Speaking 04808 ENG101L English Composition I

STRUCTURED LEARNING ASSISTANCE • Classes designed to provide academic support for difficult courses. They feature weekly study/practice workshops where students receive free additional help in mastering course content and in developing learning strategies for the course. 04819

ENG101A English Composition I 3 09:30-10:45 TUTORING SESSION: Thursdays, 8:00-9:00 a.m. or 12:30-1:30 p.m.

MW

CS 5

STAFF

08066

MTH090A Basic Mathematics 3 11:00-12:15 TUTORING SESSION: Mondays, 10:00-11:00 a.m. or 1:00-2:00 p.m.

MW

WC 206

MALLARD C

08061

MTH098A Elementary Algebra 3 09:30-10:45 TUTORING SESSION: Mondays, 8:00-9:00 a.m. or 1:00-2:00 p.m.

MW

HGA 012

ADAMS D

08062

MTH098A Elementary Algebra 3 11:00-12:15 TUTORING SESSION: Mondays, 8:00-9:00 a.m. or 1:00-2:00 p.m.

MW

HGA 012

ADAMS D

08063

MTH100A Intermediate College Algebra TUTORING SESSION: Tuesdays, 11:00 a.m.

01539

BIO103A

3

09:30-10:45

T TH

HGA 019

ADAMS D

Principles of Biology I 4 Lab TUTORING SESSION: Thursdays, 12:00-1:00 p.m.

09:30-12:00 09:30-11:30

T TH

SCI 109

BRIEHN C

FRESHMAN/FACULTY LUNCHEON • Failure to connect and to become involved in college is one of the reasons for loss of students after their first year. Research has shown that social interaction is one of the important elements in retaining students. The purpose of the freshman/faculty luncheon is to foster this idea of connection and involvement for the student. Freshman/Faculty Luncheon Dates for Fall Semester (Events are held in Woody’s Grill): Wednesday, September 1 • 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Tuesday, December 7 • 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Tuesday, October 5 • 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Wednesday, November 3 • 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Fall Semester 2010 Schedule of Classes • page 10


Free GED & ESL Classes Adult Educaon is a non-profit program that assists individuals who have disconnued public educaon enrollment or who do not have a high school diploma. Adults who need to learn the English language or need basic skills development for employment purposes are also eligible. For more informaon, contact the Wallace State Adult Educaon Department at 256/352-8078, 1-866-350-9722 or adulteducaon@wallacestate.edu. CULLMAN COUNTY GED CLASSES CARE Center Tuesday and Thursday Daystar Church Thursday Parkside Library, Baileyton Monday and Thursday Wallace State-Hanceville - Center for Economic & Workforce Development Adult & Literacy Tuesday and Thursday Adult GED Prep, Room 102 Monday and Wednesday WIA/ College Prep, Room 102 Tuesday and Thursday Adult GED Prep Monday - Thursday Teen Classes Monday Tuesday Wednesday

3:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. or 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. or 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

CULLMAN COUNTY ESL - ENGLISH CLASSES First Bapst Church - Cullman First Methodist Church - Cullman Walter

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Monday and Thursday Wednesday

10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

BLOUNT COUNTY GED CLASSES Blount County Career Center Blount County Career Center Blount County Career Center Blount County Career Center - Orientaon & WorkKeys Hope House - Oneonta Hope House - Oneonta - Orientaon

Monday Tuesday Thursday By Appointment Monday, Tuesday and Thursday Monday

2:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. or 2:00 p.m. - 7:00 p.m. 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. By Appointment 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. 1:00 p.m.

BLOUNT COUNTY ESL - ENGLISH CLASSES Blount County Career Center Hope House - Oneonta Susan Moore Elementary Susan Moore Elementary

Wednesday Tuesday and Thursday Tuesday Wednesday

MORGAN COUNTY GED CLASSES Eva Town Hall Brewer High School Brewer High School Brewer High School Brewer and Eva - Orientaon

Monday 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. and 5:30 p.m. - 9:00 p.m. Tuesday 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. or 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Wednesday 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Thursday 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. By Appointment, 256/352-8078 By Appointment

WINSTON COUNTY GED CLASSES Double Springs Outreach Center Addison Elementary School

Monday and Thursday Monday and Thursday

5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. 8:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

3:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. 4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

ONLINE GED PREP Register for online GED preparaon at the WSCC Adult Educaon Office. Call 256/352-8078 to make an appointment for online GED Prep Orientaon.

Fall Semester 2010 Schedule of Classes • page 11


Off-Campus Classes CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

CR

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

WSCC CLASSES AT ADDISON HIGH SCHOOL ENGLISH 04854 ENG101

ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

3

06:00P 09:10P

WED

ADD 000

SMOTHERS S M

WSCC CLASSES AT BEVILL STATE COMMUNITY COLLEGE PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT 10313 PTA230 NEUROSCIENCE 2 08:00A 10:00A WED 10316 PTA231 REHABILITATION TECH 2 10:00A 12:30P M & W 10325 PTA232I ORTHOPEDICS FOR THE PTA 2 TBA Online course: For course information contact laura.smallwood@wallacestate.edu 10318 PTA241 PHYSICAL DISABILITIES II 2 08:00A 10:00A MON 10320 PTA251 THERAPEUTIC PROC II 4 01:00P 04:30P M & W 10327 PTA266 CLINICAL FIELD WORK I 2 TBA 10322 PTA290 THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE 1 04:30P 05:45P M & W RESPIRATORY THERAPIST 10912 RPT230 CLINICAL PRACTICE III 10915 RPT232 DIAGNOSTIC PROC FOR THE RCP 10918 RPT242 PERINATAL/PEDIATRIC RESP CARE LAB TBA 10921 RPT244 CRITICAL CARE CONSIDER FOR RCP 10924 RPT264 RESP CARE PRACT UPDATE

TBH 314 K 37 TBA

ADAMS A S SMALLWOOD L S SMALLWOOD L S

K 37 K 37 TBA K 37

SMALLWOOD L S SMALLWOOD L S STRICKLAND J E SMALLWOOD L S

2 2 3

07:00A 07:00P 10:00A 12:00P 08:00A 10:00A

MON THURS THURS

B 32 B 32 B 32

TAYLOR P D BROWN L S BROWN L S

2 1

01:00P 03:00P 03:00P 04:00P

THURS THURS

B 32 B 32

BROWN L S BROWN L S

WSCC CLASSES AT BREWER HIGH SCHOOL ENGLISH 04852 ENG101 04853 ENG102

ENGLISH COMPOSITION I ENGLISH COMPOSITION II

3 3

06:00P 09:10P 06:00P 09:10P

MON MON

BHS 000 BHS 000

MUNGER C G OSGOOD R M

HISTORY 06025 HIS202

UNITED STATES HISTORY II

3

06:00P 09:10P

MON

BHS 000

SELF J B

MATHEMATICS 08054 MTH098 08055 MTH100

ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA

3 3

06:00P 09:10P 06:00P 09:10P

WED TUES

BHS 000 BHS 000

FUQUA K K BROWN A W

PSYCHOLOGY 10202 PSY210

HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT

3

06:00P 09:10P

WED

BHS 000

SELF J B

SPEECH 11418 SPH106

FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION

3

06:00P 09:10P

TUES

BHS 000

COX M S

WSCC CLASSES AT HAYDEN HIGH SCHOOL ENGLISH 04855 ENG101 04856 ENG102 04857 ENG251

ENGLISH COMPOSITION I ENGLISH COMPOSITION II AMERICAN LITERATURE I

3 3 3

06:00P 09:10P 06:00P 09:10P 06:00P 09:10P

TUES MON WED

HAY 000 HAY 000 HAY 000

TERRY C R TERRY C R TERRY C R

HISTORY 06026 HIS201

UNITED STATES HISTORY I

3

06:00P 09:10P

WED

HAY 000

CARTER M H

MATHEMATICS 08056 MTH100 08057 MTH112

INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA

3 3

06:00P 09:10P 06:00P 09:10P

MON TUES

HAY 000 HAY 000

GILBERT S D GILBERT S D

PSYCHOLOGY 10203 PSY200

GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY

3

06:00P 09:10P

MON

HAY 000

HUGHES J P

FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION 3 06:00P 09:10P WED Fall Semester 2010 Schedule of Classes • page 12

HAY 000

PRUETT F F

SPEECH 11419 SPH106


CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

CR

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

WSCC CLASSES AT J B PENNINGTON HIGH SCHOOL COMPUTER SCIENCE 02542 CIS146 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS

3

06:00P 09:10P

TUES

PEN 000

FINCHER J C

ENGLISH 04858 ENG101 04859 ENG252

ENGLISH COMPOSITION I AMERICAN LITERATURE II

3 3

06:00P 09:10P 06:00P 09:10P

MON THURS

PEN 000 PEN 000

AKIN L L AKIN L L

HISTORY 06027 HIS102

WESTERN CIVILIZATION II

3

06:00P 09:10P

TUES

PEN 000

KRETZSCHMAR P

MATHEMATICS 08059 MTH098 08058 MTH100

ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA

3 3

06:00P 09:10P 06:00P 09:10P

MON TUES

PEN 000 PEN 000

BINKOWSKI S BINKOWSKI S

PSYCHOLOGY 10204 PSY210

HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT

3

06:00P 09:10P

THURS

PEN 000

HUGHES J P

SPEECH 11420 SPH106

FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION

3

06:00P 09:10P

TUES

PEN 000

PRUETT F F

WSCC CLASSES AT NORTHEAST COMMUNITY COLLEGE PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT 10313 PTA230 NEUROSCIENCE 2 08:00A 10:00A WED 10315 PTA231 REHABILITATION TECH 2 10:00A 12:30P M & W 10325 PTA232I ORTHOPEDICS FOR THE PTA 2 TBA TBA Online course: For course information contact laura.smallwood@wallacestate.edu 10317 PTA241 PHYSICAL DISABILITIES II 2 08:00A 10:00A MON 10319 PTA251 THERAPEUTIC PROC II 4 01:00P 04:30P M & W 10327 PTA266 CLINICAL FIELD WORK I 2 TBA TBA 10321 PTA290 THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE 1 04:30P 05:45P M & W RESPIRATORY THERAPIST 10902 RPT210 CLINICAL PRACTICE I 10904 RPT211 INTRO TO RESPIRATORY CARE 10906 RPT212 FUND OF RESPIRATORY CARE I LAB TBA 10908 RPT213 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY FOR RCP 10910 RPT214 PHARMACOLOGY FOR THE RCP 10913 RPT230 CLINICAL PRACTICE III 10916 RPT232 DIAGNOSTIC PROC FOR THE RCP 10919 RPT242 PERINATAL/PEDIATRIC RESP CARE LAB TBA 10922 RPT244 CRITICAL CARE CONSIDER FOR RCP 10925 RPT264 RESP CARE PRACT UPDATE

TBH 314 HE 240

ADAMS A S CRAWFORD R M SMALLWOOD L S

HE 240 HE 240 HE 240

CRAWFORD R M CRAWFORD R M STRICKLAND J E STAFF

2 2 4

07:00P 07:00P 12:00P 02:00P 08:00A 10:00A

THURS WED TUES

HE 240 HE 240 HE 240

BUTTS K L BUTTS K L BUTTS K L

3 2 2 2 3

08:00A 11:00A 10:00A 12:00P 07:00A 07:00P 10:00A 12:00P 08:00A 10:00A

WED TUES MON THURS THURS

HE HE HE HE HE

240 240 240 240 240

BUTTS K L BUTTS K L BUTTS K L TOWNSON J H TOWNSON J H

2 1

01:00P 03:00P 03:00P 04:00P

THURS THURS

HE 240 HE 240

TOWNSON J H TOWNSON J H

A life less ordinary.

Fall Semester 2010 Schedule of Classes • page 13


Main Campus Classes CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

CR

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

AUTOMOTIVE BODY REPAIR (see Collision Repair) ART Day 01001

ART100I

01016

ART100I

01025

ART100I

01017

ART113

01018

ART114

01002

ART133

01003

ART133

01006

ART133

01010

ART133

01004

ART134

01005

ART134

01007

ART134

01011

ART134

01012

ART173

01013

ART174

01024

ART203I

01019

ART216

01020

ART217

01023

ART221

01021

ART233

01022

ART234

01008

ART243

01009

ART244

Evening 01028 ART100 01037 01029

ART100 ART113

01030

ART114

01031

ART133

01038

ART134

01033

ART143

01034

ART144

01035

ART173

ART APPRECIATION 3 TBA TBA Online course; Class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/webct ART APPRECIATION 3 TBA TBA Online course; Class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/webct ART APPRECIATION 3 TBA TBA Online course; Class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/webct DRAWING I 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W LAB TBA DRAWING II 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W LAB TBA CERAMICS I/POTTERY 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH LAB TBA CERAMICS I/POTTERY 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH LAB TBA CERAMICS I/POTTERY 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W LAB TBA CERAMICS I/POTTERY 3 09:00A 11:30A SAT LAB TBA CERAMICS II/POTTERY 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH LAB TBA CERAMICS II/POTTERY 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH LAB TBA CERAMICS II/POTTERY 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W LAB TBA CERAMICS II/POTTERY 3 09:00A 11:30A SAT LAB TBA PHOTOGRAPHY I 3 10:00A 12:30P SAT LAB TBA PHOTOGRAPHY II 3 10:00A 12:30P SAT LAB TBA ART HISTORY I 3 TBA TBA Online course; Class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/webct PRINTMAKING I 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W LAB TBA PRINTMAKING II 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W LAB TBA COMPUTER GRAPHICS I 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH LAB TBA PAINTING I 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH LAB TBA PAINTING II 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH LAB TBA SCULPTURE I 3 01:00P 02:15P M & W LAB TBA SCULPTURE II 3 01:00P 02:15P M & W LAB TBA ART APPRECIATION Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/19/10 ART APPRECIATION DRAWING I LAB TBA DRAWING II LAB TBA CERAMICS I/POTTERY LAB TBA CERAMICS II POTTERY LAB TBA CRAFTS I/PHOTO MEMORIES LAB TBA CRAFTS II/PHOTO MEMORIES LAB TBA PHOTOGRAPHY I LAB TBA

DANIEL R A WILSON J L SCOTT A P FPA 226

WILSON J L

FPA 226

WILSON J L

FPA 222

DANIEL R A

FPA 222

DANIEL R A

FPA 222

DANIEL R A

FPA 222

MORGAN K

FPA 222

DANIEL R A

FPA 222

DANIEL R A

FPA 222

DANIEL R A

FPA 222

MORGAN K

FPA 215

WHITE T S

FPA 215

WHITE T S SCOTT A P

FPA 226

WILSON J L

FPA 226

WILSON J L

FPA 216

SCOTT A P

FPA 226

WILSON J L

FPA 226

WILSON J L

FPA 222

DANIEL R A

FPA 222

DANIEL R A

3

05:00P 07:30P

THURS

FPA 215

WILSON J L

3 3

05:00P 07:30P 05:00P 07:30P

MON WED

FPA 215 FPA 226

ARNOLD M D SACHS J M

3

05:00P 07:30P

WED

FPA 226

SACHS J M

3

05:00P 07:30P

TUES

FPA 222

MORGAN K

3

05:00P 07:30P

TUES

FPA 222

MORGAN K

3

05:00P 07:30P

TUES

FPA 215

HILL J T

3

05:00P 07:30P

TUES

FPA 215

HILL J T

3

05:30P 08:00P

WED

FPA 215

WHITE T S

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CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

01036

ART174

01027

ART221

01014

ART233

01015

ART234

01026

ART283

CR

PHOTOGRAPHY II LAB TBA COMPUTER GRAPHICS I LAB TBA PAINTING I LAB TBA PAINTING II LAB TBA GRAPHIC ANIMATION I LAB TBA

AUTOMOTIVE MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY 13001 AUT100 INTRO TO AUTOMOTIVE CONCEPTS 13002 AUT232 SENSORS TECHNOLOGY & APPLICATI Mini Term I 13003 AUT234 INDUSTRIAL MOTOR CONTROLS I Mini Term II BIOLOGY Day 01502 BIO103 01503

BIO103

01504

BIO103

01505

BIO103

01506

BIO103

01507

BIO103

01508

BIO103

01510

BIO103

01511

BIO103

01513

BIO103

01514

BIO103

01515

BIO103

01516

BIO103

01539

BIO103A

01517

BIO104

01518

BIO104

01519

BIO201

01520

BIO201

01521

BIO201

01522

BIO201

01523 01534

BIO201 BIO201

01524

BIO202

01525

BIO202

01526

BIO202

01527

BIO202

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

TIME

DAYS

3

05:30P 08:00P

WED

FPA 215

WHITE T S

3

05:00P 07:30P

MON

FPA 216

MACON M E

3

05:00P 07:30P

THURS

FPA 226

SACHS J M

3

05:00P 07:30P

THURS

FPA 226

SACHS J M

3

05:00P 07:30P

TUES

FPA 216

MACON M E

3 3

TBA 08:00A 12:45P

M&W TU & TH

ILT 102 ILT 101

HENDRIX W J HENDRIX W J

3

08:00A 12:45P

TU & TH

ILT 101

HENDRIX W J

4

10:30A 01:00P 10:30A 12:30P 01:00P 03:30P 01:00P 03:00P 08:00A 10:30A 08:00A 10:00A 08:00A 10:30A 08:00A 10:00A 12:30P 03:00P 12:30P 02:30P 09:30A 12:00P 09:30A 11:30A 01:00P 03:30P 01:00P 03:00P 09:30A 12:00P 09:30A 11:30A 09:30A 12:00P 09:30A 11:30A 10:00A 11:15A 08:00A 10:00A 10:00A 11:15A 08:00A 10:00A 10:00A 11:15A 08:00A 10:00A 10:00A 11:15A 08:00A 10:00A 09:30A 12:00P 09:30A 11:30A 01:00P 03:30P 01:00P 04:00P 01:00P 03:30P 01:00P 04:00P 09:30A 12:00P 09:30A 11:30A 12:30P 03:00P 12:30P 02:30P 08:00A 10:30A 08:00A 10:00A 12:00P 02:30P 12:00P 02:00P 08:00A 12:30P 04:00P 06:30P 04:00P 06:00P 08:00A 10:30A 08:00A 10:00A 12:00P 02:30P 12:00P 02:00P 08:00A 10:30A 08:00A 10:00A 12:00P 02:30P 12:00P 02:00P

TUES THURS TUES THURS TUES THURS MON WED MON WED MON WED MON WED MON WED TUES THURS TU & TH TUES TU & TH THURS M&W MON M&W WED TUES THURS MON WED TUES THURS MON WED MON WED TUES THURS TUES THURS FRI MON WED MON WED MON WED TUES THURS TUES THURS

BIO 114 BIO 114 BIO 114 BIO 114 BIO 114 BIO 114 BIO 114 BIO 114 BIO 114 BIO 114 SCI 109 SCI 113 SCI 109 SCI 113 SCI 103 SCI 103 SCI 103 SCI 103 SCI 212 SCI 113 SCI 212 SCI 113 SCI 212 SCI 113 SCI 212 SCI 113 SCI 109

MOTZKUS S T

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

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LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

SCI 103 SCI 103 SCI 103 SCI 103 BIO 105 BIO 105 BIO 105 BIO 105 BIO 105 BIO 105 BIO 105 BIO 105 BIO 104 BIO 105 BIO 105 BIO 104 BIO 104 BIO 104 BIO 104 BIO 104 BIO 104 BIO 104 BIO 104

MOTZKUS S T STAFF STAFF STAFF BRIEHN C S BRIEHN C S GLASSCOCK M A GLASSCOCK M A WILLIAMS B L WILLIAMS B L DANIEL R W DANIEL R W BRIEHN C S GLASSCOCK M A STAFF HALSTEAD F HALSTEAD F HALSTEAD F HALSTEAD F RAKESTRAW W P STAFF RAKESTRAW W P RAKESTRAW W P RAKESTRAW W P RAKESTRAW W P


CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

TIME

DAYS

01528 01529 01530 Evening 01531 01532 01533 01535

BIO220 BIO220 BIO220

GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY GENERAL MICROBIOLOGY

CR 4 4 4

09:30A 12:30P 12:30P 03:30P 09:30A 12:30P

M&W M&W TU & TH

SCI 106 SCI 106 SCI 106

QUICK S F QUICK S F QUICK S F

BIO103 BIO103 BIO103 BIO201

4 4 4 4

BIO202 BIO202 BIO220

05:00P 09:30P 05:00P 09:30P 05:00P 09:30P 06:30P 09:00P 06:00P 08:00P 05:00P 09:30P 05:00P 09:30P 04:30P 10:00P

WED TUES THURS MON WED TUES THURS WED

SCI 103 SCI 103 SCI 113 BIO 105 BIO 105 BIO 105 BIO 104 SCI 106

GLASSCOCK M A SAPP S BRIEHN C S STAFF

01536 01537 01538

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

MCGRAW J P YOUNG C H QUICK S F

08:00A 02:30P

M THRU F

AUM 000

BURGETT S D

08:00A 02:30P

M THRU F

AUM 000

BURGETT S D

08:00A 02:30P

M THRU F

AUM 000

BURGETT S D

08:00A 02:30P

M THRU F

AUM 000

BURGETT S D

08:00A 02:30P

M THRU F

AUM 000

BURGETT S D

08:00A 01:00P

M T W TH

AUM 000

BURGETT S D

08:00A 11:00A

M T W TH

AUM 000

BURGETT S D

08:00A 11:00A

M T W TH

AUM 000

BURGETT S D

TBA

TBA

AUM 000

BURGETT S D

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

MTW MTW MTW

AUM 1 AUM 000 AUM 000

MESSERSMITH R O MESSERSMITH R O MESSERSMITH R O

BE 102

MCGRIFF-WALDROP

4 4 4

AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE TECHNOLOGY Day 01301 AUM101 FUND OF AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY 3 Class meets August 18-September 08, 2010 01313 AUM112 ELECTRICAL FUNDAMENTALS 3 Class meets November 17- December 15, 2010 01303 AUM121 BRAKING SYSTEMS 3 Class meets October 1- October 21, 2010 01304 AUM122 SUSPENSION & STEERING 3 Class meets October 22- November 16, 2010 01302 AUM133 MTR VEHICLE A/C 3 Class meets September 9 - September 30, 2010 01309 AUM181A SP TOPS/AUTO TRANS DIAGNOSIS 2 Class meets August 18-ends August 31, 2010 01306 AUM211 AUTOMOTIVE ELECTRONICS 3 Class meets September 1- October 19, 2010 01308 AUM281R SP TOPS/HYBRID VEH & ALT FUEL 3 Class meets October 20-December 14, 2010 01307 AUM291A CO-0P 3 Class meets August 18-December 15, 2010 Evening 01312 AUM181A SP TOPS/AUTO TRANS DIAGNOSIS 2 01311 AUM224 MAN TRANSMISSION & TRANSAXLE 3 01310 AUM239 ENGINE PERFORMANCE I 3 BUSINESS Day 01713 BUS100 01701 01702 01703 01704 01705 01715 01717 01718

BUS193 BUS194 BUS195 BUS196 BUS197 BUS241 BUS241 BUS241I

01716 01728

BUS242 BUS242I

01726 01714

BUS261 BUS263I

01711

BUS271

01710

BUS271I

01712

BUS272I

01706 01709

BUS291 BUS291

01707 BUS292 01708 BUS293 Evening 01724 BUS100

INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS 3 11:00A 12:15P MON Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/23/10, 11:00 am BUSINESS CO-OP I 1 TBA TBA BUSINESS CO-OP II 1 TBA TBA BUSINESS CO-OP III 1 TBA TBA BUSINESS CO-OP IV 1 TBA TBA BUSINESS CO-OPV 1 TBA TBA PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I 3 08:00A 10:30A WED PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I 3 09:30A 12:00P MON PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I 3 TBA TBA Online course; Class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II 3 09:30A 12:00P TUES PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING II 3 TBA TBA Class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business BUSINESS LAW I 3 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH LEGAL/SOCIAL ENV OF BUSINESS 3 TBA TBA Class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business BUSINESS STATISTICS I 3 08:00A 09:15A TUES Hybrid Orientation 8/24/10 8:00 am BUSINESS STATISTICS I 3 TBA TBA Class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business BUSINESS STATISTICS 3 TBA TBA Class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business ALTERNATING BUS CO-OP I 3 TBA TBA ALTERNATING BUS CO-OP I 3 TBA TBA Mini Term II ALTERNATING BUS CO-OP II 3 TBA TBA ALTERNATING BUS CO-OP III 3 TBA TBA INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS 3 Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/23/10, 5:00 pm

05:00P 07:30P

MON

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LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

BE 106 BE 106

ATCHLEY B P ATCHLEY B P ATCHLEY B P ATCHLEY B P ATCHLEY B P MANNING M E MANNING M E MANNING M E

BE 106

MANNING M E MANNING M E

BE 111

BROOKS J L MCGRIFF-WALDROP

BE 106

MCGRIFF-WALDROP STAFF CROW G H ATCHLEY B P ATCHLEY B P ATCHLEY B P ATCHLEY B P

BE 106

MCGRIFF-WALDROP


CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

01723 01727 01722 01721

BUS241 BUS262 BUS263 BUS271

01725

BUS276

CR

PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING I BUSINESS LAW II LEGAL & SOC ENVIRON OF BUSINESS BUSINESS STATISTICS I Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/24/10, 5:00 pm HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/30/10, 5:00 pm

TIME

DAYS

3 3 3 3

05:00P 07:30P 05:30P 08:00P 07:30P 10:00P 05:00P 07:30P

WED WED WED TUES

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR BE BE BE BE

3

05:00P 07:30P

MON

BE 106

106 111 102 102

CHAFFIN S H SAPP JR R A CHAFFIN S H HICKS H M SIDES K P

BUSINESS EDUCATION AND OFFICE ADMINISTRATION Day 08905 OAD101 BEGINNING KEYBOARDING 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH BE 102 MCGRIFF-WALDROP 08906 OAD101I BEGINNING KEYBOARDING Online course; Class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business 08909 OAD110 NAVIGATING WINDOWS 3 02:30P 05:00P WED CS 021 SMITH S B 08901 OAD125I MICROSOFT WORD 3 TBA TBA SMITH S B Online course; Class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business 08904 OAD138 RECORDS/INFORMATION MANAGEMENT 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH CS 021 SMITH S B 08910 OAD233 TRENDS IN OFFICE TECHNOLOGY 3 01:00P 03:15P TUES CS 021 SIDES K P Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/24/10, 1:00 pm 08903 OAD243E SPREADSHEET APPLICATIONS-EXCEL 3 09:30A 10:45A TUES CS 021 SMITH S B Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/24/10, 9:30 am 08908 OAD243E SPREADSHEET APPLICATIONS-EXCEL 3 TBA TBA SMITH S B Class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business 08907 OAD244A DATABASE CONCEPTS--ACCESS 3 TBA TBA SIDES K P Class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business Evening 08912 OAD101 BEGINNING KEYBOARDING 3 05:00P 07:30P MON CS 021 SIDES K P Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/23/10, 5:00 pm Class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business 08913 OAD103 INTERMEDIATE KEYBOARDING 3 05:00P 07:30P MON CS 021 SIDES K P Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/23/10, 5:00 pm 08914 OAD110 NAVIGATING WINDOWS 3 05:30P 10:00P THURS CS 021 FINCHER J C Mini Term I 08911 OAD138 RECORDS/INFORMATION MANAGEMENT 3 05:00P 07:30P MON CS 021 SMITH S B Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/23/10, 5:00 pm CHEMISTRY Day 02402 CHM104

03:15P 05:45P

TU & TH

CHM 009

MEADOWS R R

08:00A 10:30A

M&W

CHM 009

MEADOWS R R

12:30P 03:00P

M&W

CHM 009

MEADOWS R R

10:30A 12:30P

M&W

CHM 009

MEADOWS R R

06:00P 08:30P

TU & TH

CHM 009

MEADOWS R R

3 3

01:00P 02:15P TBA

M&W TBA

NB 200 NB 200

PREUITT D R PREUITT D R

3 3

01:00P 02:15P TBA

TU & TH TBA

NB 200 NB 200

PREUITT D R PREUITT D R

3

TBA

TBA

CLINICAL LABORATORY TECHNICIAN 02801 CLT121 CLT HEMATOLOGY

5

02802 02803

CLT131 CLT151

LABORATORY TECHNIQUES CLT CLINICAL CHEMISTRY

3 5

02805 02804

CLT161 CLT191

INTEGRATED LAB SIMULATION CLT IMMUNO HEMATOLOGY

2 5

02806

CLT293

CLT CLINICAL SEMINAR

2

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

M&T W & TH M T & TH M&T WED FRI THURS M&T WED THURS THURS

02406

CHM104

02404

CHM112

02405

CHM221

Evening 02403 CHM111

INTRO TO INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 4 Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/19/10, 3:15 pm INTRO TO INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 4 Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/18/10, 8:00 am COLLEGE CHEMISTRY II 4 Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/18/10, 12:30 pm ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I 4 Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/18/10, 10:30 am COLLEGE CHEMISTRY I 4 Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/19/10, 6:00 pm

CHILD DEVELOPMENT 02301 CHD100 INTRO TO EARLY CARE & ED OF CH 02302 CHD201 CHILD GROWTH & DEV PRINCIPLES Orientation 8/19/10, 4 pm 02303 CHD202 CHILDRENS CREATIVE EXPERIENCES 02305 CHD205 PRO PLAN FOR ED YOUNG CHILD Orientation 8/24/10, 4 pm 02304 CHD210 ED EXCEPTIONAL YOUNG CHILD Orientation 8/19/10, 4:30 pm

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PREUITT D R

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

WELCH J J WELCH J J KILPATRICK J R

WELCH J J KILPATRICK J R

KILPATRICK J R


CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

02807 02808 02809 02810

CLT294 CLT295 CLT296 CLT297

CR

CLINICAL LAB PRACTICUM I CLINICAL LAB PRACTICUM II CLINICAL LAB PRACTICUM III CLINICAL LAB PRACTICUM IV

TIME

DAYS

08:00A 12:00P 08:00A 12:00P 01:00P 03:30P 01:00P 03:30P

MWF TU & TH MWF TU & TH

08:00A 02:30P

M THRU F

ABR 000

GRACE T L

08:00A 02:30P

M THRU F

ABR 000

GRACE T L

08:00A 02:30P

M THRU F

ABR 000

GRACE T L

08:00A 02:30P

M THRU F

ABR 000

GRACE T L

08:00A 02:30P

M THRU F

ABR 000

GRACE T L

05:30P 07:30P 07:30P 09:30P

MTW MTW

ABR 000 ABR 000

STAFF STAFF

2

08:00A 09:40A

FRI

CS 001

GRAY C A

2

05:00P 06:40P

THURS

CS 003

AMBROSE P H

3 3

08:00A 09:40A 09:40A 10:30A 09:40A 11:30A 09:40 12:40P 08:00A 10:30A 09:50A 11:30A 12:00P 02:00P 08:00A 09:40A 10:30A 12:20P 08:00A 10:40A 09:00A 09:50A 10:30A 02:15P 12:20P 12:50P 12:00P 2:00P 10:30A 01:00P 12:00P 02:00P 12:50 02:00P 01:00P 02:00P 08:00A 08:50A 08:00A 10:00A 08:50A 10:30A 08:00A 08:50A 12:20P 02:00P 10:40A 01:20P

MWF MON WED FRI TUES WED M&W FRI TUES THURS WED THURS TUES WED FRI MON TUES FRI M TH FRI M TH WED TUES THURS

MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000

MINYARD J W MINYARD J W

MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000

3 3 3 3

COLLISION REPAIR Day 00201 ABR114 NON-STRUCTURAL PANEL REPLACEME 3 Class meets August. 18-September 08, 2010 00203 ABR151 SAFETY & ENVIRON PRACTICES 3 Class meets September 9-September 30, 2010 00204 ABR154 AUTO GLASS & TRIM 3 Class meets October 1-October 21, 2010 00205 ABR223 AUTO MECHANICAL COMPONENTS 3 Class meets October 22-November 16, 2010 00206 ABR258 HEAT & A/C IN COLLISION REP 3 Class meets November 17-December 15, 2010 Evening 00207 ABR111 NON-STRUCTURAL REPAIR 3 00208 ABR114 NON-STRUCTURAL PANEL REPLACEMNT 3 COMMUNICATION SKILLS Day 12401 SPC103 ORAL COMM SKILLS FOR TECH STU Evening 12402 SPC103 ORAL COMM SKILLS FOR TECH STU COMPUTER NUMERICAL CONTROL Day 03013 CNC154 METALURGY 03014 CNC157 TOOLMAKERS TECHNOLOGY

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR WELCH J J KILPATRICK J R WELCH J J KILPATRICK J R

03019

CNC158

DIE FUNDAMENTALS

03015

CNC160

DIE CONSTRUCTION & TRYOUT

3 3 3

03016

CNC161

DIE MAINTENANCE & REPAIR

3

03017

CNC181E

SP.TOPS/CAD-CAM SOFTWARE APPLI

3

03018

CNC212

ADV COMP NUM CNTRL TURNING

2

03010

CNC214

ELEC DISCHARGE MACH PROGRAMMIN 3

03009

CNC222

CNC GRAPHICS: TURNING

3

03011

CNC223

CNC GRAPHICS PROG: MILLING

3

03012

CNC281C

SP TOPS/BASIC DIE DESIGN

3

CNC GRAPHICS: TURNING CNC GRAPHICS PROG: MILLING

3 3

05:30P 07:30P 07:30P 09:30P

MTW MTW

MTT 000 MTT 000

KILPATRICK J S KILPATRICK J S

3

01:00P 02:15P

M&W

CS 025

CAIN K L

3

01:00P 02:15P

THURS

CS 025

SEDLMAYR, JR. K E

3

09:30A 10:45A

M&W

CS 025

WAND D A

3 3 3

08:00A 09:15A 08:00A 09:15A 09:30A 10:45A

TU & TH M&W THURS

CS 025 CS 025 CS 025

CAIN K L WAND D A SEDLMAYR, JR. K E

3

08:00A 10:30A

SAT

CS 025

SEDLMAYR, JR. K E

Evening 03001 CNC222 03002 CNC223

COMPUTER SCIENCE Day 02513 CIS146 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/18/10, 1:00 pm 02514 CIS146 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/19/10, 1:00 pm 02515 CIS146 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/18/10, 9:30 am 02516 CIS146 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 02517 CIS146 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 02518 CIS146 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/19/10, 9:30 am 02543 CIS146 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/21/10, 8:00 am

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MINYARD J W MOON R R MINYARD J W MINYARD J W MOON R J MOON R R

MOON R R

MOON R R MOON R R MINYARD J W


CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

02507

CIS146I

02508

CIS146I

02509

CIS146I

02510

CIS146I

02511

CIS146I

02512

CIS146I

02506

CIS150L

02519 02502

CIS151 CIS196A

02501

CIS196E

02503

CIS196E

02521

CIS196F

02504 02527

CIS196W CIS199

02522

CIS203I

02523

CIS207I

02525

CIS212L

02524

CIS249I

02526

CIS255

02528

CIS280

Evening 02531 CIS146 02533

CIS146

02537

CIS146

02539

CIS146

02529

CIS150

02536 02505

CIS151 CIS196W

02530

CIS207

02540

CIS212

02532

CIS251

02534

CIS268

02535

CIS269

02541

CIS276

CR

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience COMPUTER PROGRAM LOGIC 3 01:00P 02:15P M & W CS 010 Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/18/10, 1:00 pm GRAPHICS FOR WORLD WIDE WEB 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH FPA 216 COMM SOFT APP - ACCESS 3 TBA TBA Class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience COMM SOFT APP SPDSHEET-EXCEL 3 09:30A 10:45A TUES CS 021 Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/24/10, 9:30 am COMM SOFT APP SPDSHEET-EXCEL 3 TBA TBA Class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience COMM SOFT APP-FRONTPAGE/PUB 3 01:00P 02:15P THURS CS 010 Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/19/10, 1:00 pm COMM SOFTWARE APP-WINDOWS 3 02:30P 05:00P WED CS 021 NEWTWORK COMMUNICATIONS 3 08:00A 09:15A THURS CS 009 Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/19/10, 8:00 am INTRO TO INFO HIGHWAY 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience INTRO TO WEB DEVELOPMENT 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience VISUAL BASIC 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W CS 010 Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/18/10, 9:30 am MICROCOMP OPERATING SYSTEMS 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/computerscience JAVA PROGRAMMING 3 11:00A 12:15P THURS CS 010 Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/19/10, 11:00 am NETWORK SECURITY 3 09:30A 10:45A THURS CS 009 Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/19/10. 9:30 am MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 05:00P 07:30P Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/23/10, 5:00 pm MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 05:00P 07:30P Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/24/10, 5:00 pm MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 05:00P 07:30P Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/18/10, 5:00 pm MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 05:30P 10:30P Mini Term II COMPUTER PROGRAM LOGIC 3 05:00P 07:30P Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/23/10, 5:00 pm GRAPHICS FOR WORLD WIDE WEB 3 05:00P 07:30P COMM SOFTWARE APP-WINDOWS 3 05:30P 10:00P Mini Term I INTRO TO WEB DEVELOPMENT 3 05:00P 07:30P Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/23/10, 5:00 pm VISUAL BASIC 3 05:00P 07:30P Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/19/10, 5:00 pm C++ PROGRAMMING 3 05:00P 07:30P Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/24/10, 5:00 pm SOFTWARE SUPPORT 3 05:00P 07:30P Mini Term I; Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/24/10, 5:00 pm HARDWARE SUPPORT 3 05:00P 07:30P Mini Term II; Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/2/10, 5:00 pm SERVER ADMINISTRATION 3 05:00P 07:30P Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/19/10, 5:00 pm

FARMER D J GRIMMETT C B AYERS T A FARMER D J GRIMMETT C B AYERS T A AYERS T A SCOTT A P SIDES K P SMITH S B SMITH S B AYERS T A SMITH S B GRICE D H FARMER D J FARMER D J GRIMMETT C B FARMER D J GRIMMETT C B GRICE D H

MON

CS 025

SIDES S

TUES

CS 025

FARMER D J

WED

CS 025

SIDES S

THURS

CS 021

FINCHER J C

MON

CS 009

CAIN K L

MON THURS

FPA 216 CS 021

MACON M E FINCHER J C

MON

CS 010

STAFF

THURS

CS 010

GRIMMETT C B

TUES

CS 010

AYERS T A

TUES

CS 009

STAFF

TUES

CS 009

STAFF

THURS

CS 009

GRICE D H

CS 021 CS 021

SMITH S B SIDES K P

CS 021

FINCHER J C

COMPUTER SCIENCE TECHNICAL Day 12601 DPT103 COMPUTER FUND FOR TECH STUDENT 3 02:30P 05:00P WED 12603 DPT103 COMPUTER FUND FOR TECH STUDENT 3 08:00A 10:30A FRI Evening 12602 DPT103 COMPUTER FUND FOR TECH STUDENT 3 05:30P 10:00P THURS Mini Term I Fall Semester 2010 Schedule of Classes • page 19


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CR

TIME

DAYS

08:00A 09:15A 08:00A 02:00P 08:00A 11:30A 11:35A 02:30P 08:00A 02:30P 08:00A 11:30A 08:00A 09:15A 08:00A 01:50P 09:15A 10:30A 08:00A 01:50P 09:15A 10:30A 11:30A 02:30P TBA

M&T THURS FRI M&T THURS FRI M&T WED M&T WED M&T M&T TBA

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

MTW MTW MTW MTW MTW THURS MTW MTW THURS THURS

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

KENT P D KENT P D MCCORMICK M MCCORMICK M MCCORMICK M

3

05:00P 06:00P 07:30P 09:00P 05:00P 06:30P 06:30P 09:30P 09:30P 10:30P 05:00P 07:00P 06:00P 07:00P 09:00P 10:30P 05:00P 10:00P 07:00P 10:00P

INTRO TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE POLICE PATROL CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION CRIMINALISTICS FORENSIC PHOTOGRAPHY INTERNSHIP IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE

3 3 3 3 3 3

08:00A 09:15A 11:00A 12:15P 09:30A 10:45A 09:30A 10:45A 01:00P 03:30P TBA

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

GS GS GS GS GS

007 007 007 007 007

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

INTRO TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE Mini Term I CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION Mini Term II CRIMINALISTICS Mini Term II FORENSIC PHOTOGRAPHY Mini Term I

3

05:00P 09:30P

MON

GS 007

HOWELL R W

3

05:00P 09:30P

MON

GS 007

HOWELL R W

3

05:00P 09:30P

WED

GS 007

HALL T D

3

05:00P 09:30P

WED

GS 007

HALL T D

2 2 3 3

TBA 08:00A 11:50A 08:00A 02:00P 08:00A 02:00P

TBA WED TUES THURS

CUA 1 CUA 1 CUA 002 CUA 002

VILLA C R VILLA C R VILLA C R VILLA C R

2 3

FRI FRI TBA FRI TUES TUES

HS 207 HS 207

COY K S COY K S

3 3 2

12:30P 02:30P 10:00A 1200P TBA 08:00A 10:00A 08:00A 11:00A 12:00P 02:00P

HS 207 HS 207 HS 207

ALLEY S P ALLEY S P ADAMS B A

2 3 3 2 2 2 3 2 2

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

TH & F TUES MON WED TUES FRI MTW FRI FRI

HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS HS

ADAMS B A ADAMS B A BREWER R S ALLEY S P RAY-CONNELL T E BREWER R S BREWER R S BREWER R S RAY-CONNELL T E

COSMETOLOGY Day 03106 COS111 03107 COS112

COSMETOLOGY SCI & ART COSMETOLOGY SCI & ART LAB

3 3

03101 03102

COS113 COS114

CHEMICAL METHODOLOGY CHEMICAL SERVICES LAB

3 3

03103 03119 03104 03118 03109 03108 03105 Evening 03114 03116 03110 03111 03112

COS115 COS119 COS141 COS146 COS156 COS168 COS191

HAIR COLORING THEORY HAIR COLORING LAB APPLIED CHEM FOR COS HAIR ADDITIONS CAREER AND PERSONAL DEV BACTERIOLOGY AND SANITATION CO-OP

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

COS111 COS146 COS151A COS152 COS153A

COSMETOLOGY SCI & ART HAIR ADDITIONS NAIL CARE NAIL CARE APPLICATIONS NAIL ART

3 3 3 3 3

03115 03117

COS156 COS162H

CAREER AND PERSONAL DEV SP TOPS/COS PROFESSION

3 3

03113

COS181B

SPEC TOPS/BUSINESS OF COS

CRIMINAL JUSTICE Day 03201 CRJ100 03202 CRJ116 03203 CRJ220 03204 CRJ230 03205 CRJ237 03206 CRJ280 Evening 03207 CRJ100 03209

CRJ220

03210

CRJ230

03208

CRJ237

CULINARY ARTS 15001 CUA102 15002 CUA112 15003 CUA173X 15004 CUA173Y

CATERING SANITATION, SAFETY, FOOD SERVICE APPRENTICESHIP II APPRENTICESHIP I

DENTAL ASSISTING 03904 DNT100 INTRODUCTION TO DENTAL ASSISTING 03906 DNT101 PRE CLINICAL PROCEDURES I LAB 03905 DNT102 DENTAL MATERIALS 03901 DNT103 ANAT & PHYSIOLGY FOR DENTAL ASSIST 03902 DNT104 BASIC SCIENCES FOR DENT ASSIST DENTAL HYGIENE 03605 DHY100 03602 DHY101 03601 DHY103 03604 DHY113 03603 DHY114 03609 DHY204 03606 DHY213 03607 DHY214 03608 DHY216

PRE CLINICAL DENTAL HYGIENE DENTAL HYGIENE THEORY I DENTAL RADIOLOGY DENTAL ANAT, HISTOLOGY & EMBRY ANATOMY EMBRYOLOGY & HIS OF NE GENERAL & ORAL PATHOLOGY CLINICAL DEN HYG III DENT HYG THEORY IV COMMUNITY DENTAL HEALTH

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LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

208 208 208 208 208 208 112 208 208

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

KENT P D KENT P D MCCORMICK M


CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

CR

DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING (RAD) 10401 RAD111 INTRO TO RADIOGRAPHY 10402 RAD112 RADIOGRAPHY PROC I LAB 10404 RAD113 PATIENT CARE LAB 10405 RAD114 CLINICAL EDUCATION I 10406 RAD212 IMAGE EVALUATION & PATHOLOGY 10407 RAD214 CLINICAL EDUCATION IV

2 4 2 2 2 8

TIME

DAYS

TBA 08:30A 11:30A TBA 12:30P 01:30P TBA TBA 09:00A 10:00A TBA

TBA MON TBA MON TBA TBA THURS TBA

DIAGNOSTIC MEDICAL SONOGRAPHY 03705 DMS204 SONOGRAPHIC ANATOMY 3 08:00A 11:00A TUES Hybrid Course; For class information, contact janet.money@wallacestate.edu 03708 DMS205 ABDOMINAL SONOGRAPHY 4 12:00P 02:30P WED Hybrid Course; For class information, contact donna.attaway@wallacestate.edu LAB TBA 03710 DMS208 SONOGRAPHY CLINICAL I 2 TBA TBA 03706 DMS210 INTRO TO SONOGRAPHY CLINIC 2 11:00A 11:50A TUES LAB TBA 03707 DMS216 ACOUSTIC PHYSICS & INSTRUMENTA 3 08:00A 11:00A WED Hybrid Course; For class information, contact janet.money@wallacestate.edu 03704 DMS232 SONOGRAPHY PRECEPTORSHIP III 5 TBA TBA 03703 DMS241 SONOGRAPHY SEMINAR II 3 12:30P 03:00P MON Hybrid Course; For class information, contact janet.money@wallacestate.edu 03702 DMS245 SONOGRAPHY CONFERENCE 1 11:00A 12:00P MON 03701 DMS250 INTRO TO ADVANCED SONOGRAPHY 3 08:00A 10:45A MON Hybrid Course; For class information, contact donna.attaway@wallacestate.edu 03709 DMS270 CARDIOVASC PHYSICS & INSTRUMENT 2 TBA TBA 03711 DMS271 ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY TECHNOLOGY 3 TBA TBA LAB TBA TBA 03712 DMS272 CARDIOVASCULAR PHARMACOLOGY 1 TBA TBA 03713 DMS273 PATHOLOGY OF CARDIOVASC SYSTEM 3 TBA TBA 03714 DMS274 ECHO CLINICAL 4 TBA TBA 03715 DMS275 ECHO SEMINAR 1 TBA TBA DIESEL MECHANICS 03501 DEM105 PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE 3 Class meets August 18-September 9, 2010 03502 DEM122 BRAKES HEAVY VEHICLE 3 Class meets October 5-October 26, 2010 03503 DEM130 ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC FUNDAMEN 3 Class meets September 13-October 4, 2010 03504 DEM135 STEERING & SUSPENSION HVY VEH 3 Class meets October 27-November 17, 2010 03506 DEM184 SP TPS HVY DUTY BRAKES, STEERIN 3 Class meets November 18-December 15, 2010 DRAFTING AND DESIGN TECHNOLOGY Day 03401 DDT104 BASIC COMP AIDED DRAFTING 03402 DDT111 FUND OF DRAFTING & DESIGN TECH 03411 DDT115 BLUEPRINT READING FOR MACHINIS 03412 DDT116 BLUEPRINT READING FOR CONSTRUC 03403 DDT118 BASIC ELECTRICAL DRAFTING 03404 DDT122 ADV TECH DRAWING 03405 DDT124 BASIC TECHNICAL DRAWING 03406 DDT127 INTER COMP AIDED DRAFT & DESIG 03407 DDT128 INTERMEDIATE TECH DRAWING 03413 DDT181M SPEC TOPS/MATH FOR DRAFTERS 03417 DDT212 INTER ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING 03409 DDT214 PIPE DRAFTING 03410 DDT225 STRUCTURAL STEEL DRAFTING Evening 03414 DDT104 BASIC COMP AIDED DRAFTING 03415 DDT222 ADV ARCH DRAFTING 03416 DDT225 STRUCTURAL STEEL DRAFTING ECONOMICS Day 04004 ECO231

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

TBH 205 TBH 205 TBH 205

BAILEY J G MALONE J S BAILEY J G

TBH 205

MALONE J S BAILEY J G MALONE J S

TBH 303

MONEY J E

TBH 303

ATTAWAY D B

TBH 303

ATTAWAY D B ATTAWAY D B

TBH 303

MONEY J E

TBH 303

ATTAWAY D B MONEY J E

TBH 303 TBH 303

MONEY J E ATTAWAY D B

TBH 303 TBH 303

STAFF STAFF

TBH 303 TBH 303 TBH303

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

08:00A 02:30P

M T W TH

DEM 000

SMITH J W

08:00A 02:30P

M T W TH

DEM 000

SMITH J W

08:00A 02:30P

M T W TH

DEM 000

SMITH J W

08:00A 02:30P

M T W TH

DEM 000

SMITH J W

08:00A 02:30P

M T W TH

DEM 000

SMITH J W

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

08:00A 10:05A 08:00A 10:05A TBA TBA 12:45P 02:50P 12:45P 02:50P 10:10A 12:15P 08:00A 10:05A 10:10A 12:15P TBA 10:10A 12:15P 10:10A 12:15P 08:00A 10:05A

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

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

HODGES J W HARDMAN T A HARDMAN T A HODGES J W HARDMAN T A HODGES J W HARDMAN T A HODGES J W HODGES J W HODGES J W HODGES J W HARDMAN T A HARDMAN T A

3 3 3

TBA 05:30P 07:30P 07:30P 09:30P

MTW MTW MTW

DDT 200 DDT 200 DDT 000

KELLER J H KELLER J H KELLER J H

WED

BE 109

CROW G H

PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS 3 11:00A 12:15P Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/1/10, 11:00 am (Meets every Wed.)

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CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

04001

ECO231I

04003

ECO232

04002

ECO232I

Evening 04005 ECO232

CR

END211 END213 END214

DAYS

PRINCIPLES OF MACROECONOMICS 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS 3 09:30A 10:45A THURS Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/19/10, 9:30 am (Meets every Thurs.) PRIN OF MICROECONOMICS 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Class information located at www.wallacestate.edu/business PRINCIPLES OF MICROECONOMICS

3

ELECTRONEURODIAGNOSTIC TECHNOLOGY 14001 END110 INTRO TO ELECTRONEURO 2 14002 END111 INTRO TO ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPH 3 14003 14004 14005

TIME

INTRAOPERATIVE MONITORING NEUROPHYSIOLOGY CLINICAL PRACTICE I

2 2 3

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR CROW G H BE 109

CROW G H CROW G H

05:00P 07:30P

THURS

BE 109

CROW G H

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

TBH 609 TBH 609

TARVIN L M TARVIN L M STAFF STAFF STAFF

EMERGENCY MEDICAL PARAMEDIC 04501 EMP189 APPLIED A&P FOR THE PARAMEDIC 4 TBA TBA Hybrid Course; For course information, contact cindy.dorn@wallacestate.edu 04502 EMP191 PARAMEDIC PREPARATORY 2 09:00A 03:30P TBA TBH 615 Hybrid Course; For course information contact jennifer.ivey@wallacestate.edu 04503 EMP192 PARAMEDIC OPERATIONS 3 09:00A 03:30P TBA TBH 615 Hybrid Course; For course information, contact michael.johnson@adjunct.wallacestate.edu 04504 EMP193 PATIENT ASSESS & MGMT 3 09:00A 05:30P TBA TBH 615 Hybrid format; For course information contact jennifer.ivey@wallacestate.edu 04505 EMP194 PARAMEDIC GENERAL PHARMACOLOGY 2 09:00A 03:30P TBA TBH 615 Hybrid Course; For course information contact jennifer.ivey@wallacestate.edu 04506 EMP198 MEDICAL PATIENT MGMT I 3 09:00A 03:30P TBA TBH 615 Hybrid Course; For course information contact jennifer.ivey@wallacestate.edu 04507 EMP201 MEDICAL PATIENT MGMT IIB 3 09:00A 03:30P TBA TBH 615 Hybrid Course; For course information contact jennifer.ivey@wallacestate.edu 04508 EMP202 PARAMEDIC CLIN COMP II 3 TBA TBA TBH 615 04509 EMP203 CARDIOVASCULA PATIENT MGMT 3 09:00A 03:30P TBA TBH 615

DORN C L IVEY J W JOHNSON M B IVEY J W IVEY J W IVEY J W IVEY J W IVEY J W STAFF

EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES All EMS 100 students are required to login to Blackboard to verify attendance prior to Wednesday, Aug. 25, 2010. All EMS classes are hybrid format. For course information, contact cindy.dorn@wallacestate.edu. 04601 EMS100 CPR-I 1 09:00A 01:00P TUES TBH 606 DORN C L Class meets September 7, 2010 only 04602 EMS100 CPR-I 1 09:00A 01:00P FRI TBH 606 DORN C L Class meets September 10, 2010 only 04603 EMS100 CPR-I 1 09:00A 01:00P THURS TBH 606 DORN C L Class meets September 16, 2010 only 04604 EMS100 CPR-I 1 09:00A 01:00P TUES TBH 606 DORN C L Class meets September 28, 2010 only 04605 EMS100 CPR-I 1 09:00A 01:00P FRI TBH 606 DORN C L Class meets October 1, 2010 only 04606 EMS100 CPR-I 1 09:00A 01:00P THURS TBH 606 DORN C L Class meets October 7, 2010 only 04607 EMS100 CPR-I 1 09:00A 01:00P TUES TBH 606 DORN C L Class meets October 19, 2010 only 04608 EMS100 CPR-I 1 09:00A 01:00P FRI TBH 606 DORN C L Class meets October 22, 2010 only 04609 EMS100 CPR-I 1 09:00A 01:00P THURS TBH 606 DORN C L Class meets October 28, 2010 only 04610 EMS100 CPR-I 1 09:00A 01:00P TUES TBH 606 DORN C L Class meets November 9, 2010 only 04611 EMS100 CPR-I 1 09:00A 01:00P FRI TBH 606 DORN C L Class meets November 12, 2010 only 04612 EMS100 CPR-I 1 09:00A 01:00P THURS TBH 606 DORN C L Class meets November 18, 2010 only 04613 EMS100 CPR-I 1 09:00A 01:00P TUES TBH 606 DORN C L Class meets November 30, 2010 only 04614 EMS100 CPR-I 1 09:00A 01:00P FRI TBH 606 DORN C L Class meets December 3, 2010 only 04615

EMS107

EMER VEHICLE OPERATION Course taught October 15 and 16 only

1

08:30A 07:00P

TBA

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TBH 606

JOHNSON M B


CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

04616

EMS116

04617 04618

EMS117 EMS250

CR

EMS BASIC THEORY AND LAB

04811 04812 04814 04815 04817 04818 04820 04821 04822 04823 04824 04860

ENG101 ENG101 ENG101 ENG101 ENG101 ENG101 ENG101 ENG101 ENG101 ENG101 ENG101 ENG101

04819

ENG101A

04813

ENG101I

04808 04816 04825 04826 04827 04828 04829

ENG101L ENG101L ENG102 ENG102 ENG102 ENG102 ENG102

04830 04831 04832 04834

ENG102 ENG102 ENG102 ENG102

04836 04861

ENG102 ENG102

04835

ENG102I

04833

ENG102L

DAYS

09:00A 02:00P M & W 09:00A 12:00P FRI Hybrid Course; For course information contact, cindy.dorn@wallacestate.edu EMS BASIC CLINICAL COMPS 1 TBA TBA ADVANCED STUDIES I 3 01:00P 02:30P TUES

ENGINEERING (UNIVERSITY TRANS) 04301 EGR125 MODERN GRAPHICS FOR ENGINEERS ENGLISH Day 04862 ENG092 04863 ENG092 04864 ENG092 04865 ENG092 04867 ENG093 04869 ENG093 04870 ENG093 04871 ENG093 04872 ENG093 04873 ENG093 04874 ENG093 04875 ENG093 04876 ENG093 04868 ENG093L 04801 ENG101 04802 ENG101 04803 ENG101 04804 ENG101 04805 ENG101 04806 ENG101 04807 ENG101 04809 ENG101 04810 ENG101

TIME

9

3

TBA

MON

BASIC ENGLISH I 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH BASIC ENGLISH I 3 01:00P 02:15P M & W BASIC ENGLISH I 3 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH BASIC ENGLISH I 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W BASIC ENGLISH II 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH BASIC ENGLISH II 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W BASIC ENGLISH II 3 01:00P 02:15P M & W BASIC ENGLISH II 3 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH BASIC ENGLISH II 3 02:30P 03:45P M & W BASIC ENGLISH II 3 02:30P 03:45P TU & TH BASIC ENGLISH II 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W BASIC ENGLISH II 3 01:00P 02:15P M & W BASIC ENGLISH II 3 02:30P 03:45P M & W BASIC ENGLISH II 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 09:50A 12:20P FRI ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 12:30P 03:00P M & W Mini Term I ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 01:00P 02:15P M & W ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 03:30P 06:00P MON ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 03:30P 06:00P TUES ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 03:30P 06:00P THURS ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 08:00A 12:00P SAT Mini Term I ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH May require additional sessions Thurs. 8:00 am - 9:00 am or 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Course information located at donna.speeker@wallacestate.edu ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 12:30P 03:00P M & W Mini Term II ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 08:00A 09:15A THURS Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/19/10, 8:00 am ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 03:30P 06:00P WED ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 08:00A 12:00P SAT Mini Term II ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information contact kathy.buckelew@wallacestate.edu ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH Fall Semester 2010 Schedule of Classes • page 23

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR TBH 606 TBH 606

DORN C L

TBH606

DORN C L DORN C L

DDT 000

KELLER J H

WC 206 WC 101 WC 101 WC 111 WC 206 WC 100 WC 113 WC 113 WC 113 WC 113 WC 111 WC 111 WC 111 WC 100 CS 004 PDL 002 PDL 001 CS 004 CS 005 CS 003 PDL 001 CS 001 CS 004

CONGO H S STAFF STAFF BENTLEY C L CONGO H S FAULKNER A K STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF BENTLEY C L STAFF STAFF FAULKNER A K LEDBETTER G L STAFF CORBIN J L STAFF LEDBETTER G L CORBIN J L STAFF STAFF STAFF

CS 001 CS 004 CS 001 PDL 002 PDL 002 PDL 001 CS 001 PDL 001 CS 001 CS 003 CS 001 CS 003

STAFF BUCKELEW K L STAFF RUSHEN D B RUSHEN D B STAFF GRAY C A STAFF GRAY C A STAFF NARRELL T G NARRELL T G

CS 004

STAFF SPEEKER D K

CS 003 CS 001 PDL 001 PDL 002 CS 001 CS 004 CS 004

JOHNSON B B BARNES M P CORBIN J L STAFF BARNES M P SPEEKER D K STAFF

PDL 001 CS 003 PDL 002 CS 004

STAFF JOHNSON B B RUSHEN D B BUCKELEW K L

CS 001 CS 003

SMITH C A NARRELL T G BUCKELEW K L

CS 004

STAFF


CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

04838 04839 04837

ENG251 ENG251 ENG251I

04841 04840

ENG252 ENG252I

04842 04843

ENG261 ENG261I

04844 Evening 04866 04877 04878 04845 04846 04847 04848

ENG262

04849 04850 04851

ENG102 ENG102 ENG251

ENG092 ENG093 ENG093 ENG101 ENG101 ENG101 ENG101

CR

GERMAN 05701 GRN101

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR JOHNSON B B JOHNSON B B JOHNSON B B

CS 001

BARNES M P BARNES M P

CS 004

BUCKELEW K L BUCKELEW K L

CS 005

STAFF

BASIC ENGLISH I BASIC ENGLISH II BASIC ENGLISH II ENGLISH COMPOSITION I ENGLISH COMPOSITION I ENGLISH COMPOSITION I ENGLISH COMPOSITION I Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/19/10, 6:00 pm ENGLISH COMPOSITION II ENGLISH COMPOSITION II AMERICAN LITERATURE I

FLIGHT TECHNOLOGY Day 00101 FLT112 PROF PILOT AIRPLANE LAB I 00102 FLT122 PROF PILOT AIRPLANE LAB 2 00103 FLT124 PROF PILOT AIRPLANE LAB 3 00104 FLT132N PROF PILOT AIRPLANE LAB 4 00105 FLT134 PROF PILOT AIRPLANE LAB 5 00106 FLT136 PROF PILOT AIRPLANE LAB 6 00116 FLT200 PROF PILOT HELI LAB 1 00117 FLT210 PROF PILOT HELI LAB 2 00118 FLT211H PROF PILOT HELI LAB 3 PVT 00119 FLT212H PROF PILOT HELI LAB 4 PVT 00120 FLT213H PROF PILOT HELI LAB 5 CMML 00121 FLT214H PROF PILOT HELI LAB 6 CMML 00122 FLT215H PROF PILOT HELI LAB 7 CMML 00123 FLT216 PROF PILOT HELI LAB 8 00124 FLT217 PROF PILOT HELI LAB 9 00107 FLT240 PROF PILOT AIRPLANE LAB 7 00108 FLT242A PROF PILOT AIRPLANE LAB 8 00110 FLT244 INSTRUMENT FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR G 00109 FLT252A PROF PILOT AIRPLANE LAB 9 00111 FLT261 FUND OF INSTRUCTION GROUND 00112 FLT262 INSTRUCTOR METH OF ORAL PRESEN 00113 FLT264 FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR GROUND 00114 FLT281 FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR INITIAL ISSU 00115 FLT282 FLIGHT INSTRUCTOR, ADD. RATING Evening 00125 FLT111A PRIVATE GROUND AIRPLANE SECTION A 00126 FLT111H PRIVATE GROUND HELICOP SECTION A 00127 FLT121A COMM GR AIRPLANE SECTION A 00128 FLT121H COMM GROUND HELICOPTER 00129 FLT241 INSTRUMENT GROUND

GEOLOGY 05602 GLY102

DAYS

CS 003 CS 003

ENGLISH (VOCATIONAL) 12701 COM100 INTRO TECHNICAL ENGLISH I 12702 COM100 INTRO TECHNICAL ENGLISH I

GEOGRAPHY 05501 GEO100I

TIME

AMERICAN LITERATURE I 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W AMERICAN LITERATURE I 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH AMERICAN LITERATURE I 3 TBA TBA For course information, contact beth.johnson@wallacestate.edu AMERICAN LITERATURE II 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W AMERICAN LITERATURE II 3 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact mary.barnes@wallacestate.edu ENGLISH LITERATURE I 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH ENGLISH LITERATURE I 3 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact kathy.buckelew@wallacestate.edu ENGLISH LITERATURE II 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

05:30P 08:00P 05:30P 08:00P 05:30P 08:00P 06:00P 08:30P 06:00P 08:30P 06:00P 08:30P 06:00P 08:30P

THURS MON TUES MON TUES WED THURS

WC 100 WC 101 WC 100 CS 003 CS 001 CS 003 CS 001

STAFF NYQUIST K K STAFF SMITH C A MINOR L C BRISCOE R M BRISCOE R M

3 3 3

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

MON TUES WED

CS 001 CS 003 CS 001

BARNES M P STAFF MINOR L C

3 3

09:50 A 12:20P 02:30P 05:00P

FRI FRI

CS 004 CS 004

AMBROSE P H AMBROSE P H

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

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

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

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

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

3 3 3 3 3

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

MON TUES MON THURS WED

APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000 APT 000

HARPER A R JONES F W MACKENTEPE L C JONES F W MACKENTEPE L C

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

SHIELDS J E

INTRODUCTION TO GEOLOGY II 4 04:00P 07:00P Mini Term II; Hybrid Course; Orientation 10/14/10, 4:00pm

THURS

SCI 203

O'LEARY C

INTRODUCTORY GERMAN I

MON

CS 005

WITT J W

4

05:00P 08:15P

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CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

CR

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

HEALTHCARE IN FORMATION TECHNOLOGY 06105 HIT110 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 3 12:30P 03:00P WED TBH 408 06108 HIT110 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 3 01:00P 03:30P TU & TH TBH 408 Mini Term I 06102 HIT110I MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 3 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact carol.mckelvey@wallacestate.edu 06103 HIT110I MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 3 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact carol.mckelvey@wallacestate.edu 06104 HIT110I MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 3 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact carol.mckelvey@wallacestate.edu 06116 HIT113 A&P & MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 5 TBA TBA 06117 HIT113I A&P & MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 5 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact carol.mckelvey@wallacestate.edu 06121 HIT113I A&P & MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 5 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact carol.mckelvey@wallacestate.edu 06106 HIT115 PATHOPHYSIOLOGY & PHARMACOLOGY 4 12:00P 03:20P TU & TH TBH 408 Mini Term II 06107 HIT115I PATHOPHYSIOLOGY & PHARM 4 TBA TBA Mini Term II; Online Course; For course information, contact donna.stanley@wallacestate.edu 06109 HIT115I PATHOPHYSIOLOGY & PHARM 4 TBA TBA Mini Term II; Online Course; For course information, contact donna.stanley@wallacestate.edu 06101 HIT120I INTRO TO KEYBOARDING 1 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact connie.allen@wallacestate.edu 06118 HIT130 HIT Classification & REIMBURSE 3 TBA TBA TBH 409 Hybrid Course; For course information, contact donna.conn@wallacestate.edu 06119 HIT130I HIT Classification & REIMBURSE 3 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact donna.conn@wallacstate.edu 06120 HIT130I HIT Classification & REIMBURSE 3 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact donna.conn@wallacestate.edu 06110 HIT151 HEALTH DATA CONTENT & STRUCT 3 TBA TBA TBH 408 Mini Term I; Hybrid Course; For course information, contact sharon.horton@wallacestate.edu 06111 HIT151I HEALTH DATA CONTENT & STRUCT 3 TBA TBA Mini Term I; For course information, contact carol.mckelvey@wallacestate.edu 06112 HIT152 SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LAB 1 TBA TBA Mini Term I: Hybrid Course; For course information, contact sharon.horton@wallacestate.edu 06122 HIT152I SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LAB I 1 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact carol.mckelvey@wallacestate.edu 06114 HIT153I HEALTH CARE DELIVERY SYSTEMS 3 TBA TBA Mini Term II: Online Course; For course information, contact donna.conn@wallacestate.edu 06115 HIT283 PROF PRACTICE IN MED CODING 2 TBA TBA HEALTH EDUCATION Day 05901 HED224 PERSONAL & COMMUNITY HEALTH 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W 05907 HED224 PERSONAL & COMMUNITY HEALTH 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH 05903 HED224I PERSONAL & COMMUNITY HEALTH 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/webct 05902 HED226 WELLNESS 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W 05906 HED231 FIRST AID 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH 05904 HED231I FIRST AID 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/webct 05908 HED232 CARE & PREVENTION OF ATH INJUR 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W 05910 HED266 INTRO TO HEALTH OCCUPATIONS 3 TBA TBA Evening 05909 HED224 PERSONAL & COMMUNITY HEALTH 3 05:30P 08:00P TUES 05905 HED231 FIRST AID 3 05:30P 08:00P TUES HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING Day 01101 ASC111 PRINCIPLES OF REFRIGERATION 01102 ASC112 HVACR SERVICE PROCEDURES 01103 ASC113 REFRIG PIPING PRACTICES 01104 ASC119 FUND OF GAS HEATING SYSTEMS 01110 ASC120 ELECTRIC HEATING SYSTEMS 01105 ASC203 COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION 01106 ASC209 COMMERCIAL A/C SYSTEMS Evening 01108 ASC120 ELECTRIC HEATING SYSTEMS 01109 ASC203 COMMERCIAL REFRIGERATION

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

WC 113 WC 113

CLEM T J BAILEY K P SMITH K L

WC 113 WC 113

MOSS M L SMITH K L SMITH K L

WC 113

BAILEY K P BAILEY K P

WC 113 WC 101

BAILEY K P SMITH K L

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

08:00A 10:30A 08:00A 10:30A 10:30A 01:30P 10:30A 01:30P TBA TBA TBA

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

ASC 000 ASC 000 ASC 000 ASC 000 ASC 000 ASC 000 ASC 000

HUGHES R K HUGHES R K HUGHES R K HUGHES R K HUGHES R K HUGHES R K HUGHES R K

3 3

05:30P 07:30P 07:30P 09:30P

MTW MTW

ASC 000 ASC 000

BUTTS S W BUTTS S W

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CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

HISTORY Day 06001 HIS101 06002 HIS101 06003 HIS101 06023 HIS101 06004

HIS101I

06005 06006 06007 06024

HIS102 HIS102 HIS102 HIS102

06008

HIS102I

06010 06011 06012 06009

HIS201 HIS201 HIS201 HIS201I

06013 06028 06014

HIS202 HIS202 HIS202I

06016

HIS282V

Evening 06019 06020 06021 06022

HIS101 HIS102 HIS201 HIS202

HORTICULTURE 06201 HOC110 06210 HOC130 06204 HOC140 06205 HOC182A 06206 HOC211 06202 HOC218 06207 HOC275A HUMANITIES 06401 HUM101 06404 HUM101 06402

HUM101I

06405 06403

HUM102 HUM102I

HUMAN SERVICES 06508 HUS101 06506 06510 06505

HUS103 HUS113 HUS120

06509 06507

HUS133 HUS211

06501 06502

HUS224 HUS240I

06503

HUS241I

CR

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

WESTERN CIVILIZATION I 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W CHM 002 DAVIS JR R S WESTERN CIVILIZATION I 3 01:00P 02:15P M & W CHM 002 DAVIS JR R S WESTERN CIVILIZATION I 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W VE2 002 STAFF WESTERN CIVILIZATION I 3 08:00A 12:00P SAT CS 005 HOLCOMB S M Mini Term II WESTERN CIVILIZATION I 3 TBA TBA REEVES R L Online Course; Course information located at rebecca.reeves@wallacestate.edu WESTERN CIVILIZATION II 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH CHM 002 REEVES R L WESTERN CIVILIZATION II 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W VE2 002 STAFF WESTERN CIVILIZATION II 3 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH VE2 002 COURINGTON L A WESTERN CIVILIZATION II 3 08:00A 12:00P SAT CS 005 HOLCOMB S M Mini Term II WESTERN CIVILIZATION II 3 TBA TBA REEVES R L Online course; For course information contact rebecca.reeves@wallacestate.edu UNITED STATES HISTORY I 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH VE2 002 COURINGTON L A UNITED STATES HISTORY I 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W VE2 002 COURINGTON L A UNITED STATES HISTORY I 3 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH CHM 002 DAVIS JR R S UNITED STATES HISTORY 3 TBA TBA COURINGTON L A Online course; For course information contact leighann.couringinton@wallacestate.edu On site test dates are as follows: 10/5/10 at 5:00pm or 10/6/10 at 1:00 pm, 11/2/10 at 5:00 pm or 11/3/10 at 1:00pm, 12/8/10 at 1:00 pm or 12/14/10 at 5:00 pm UNITED STATES HISTORY II 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH CHM 002 DAVIS JR R S UNITED STATES HISTORY II 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W CHM 002 REEVES R L UNITED STATES HISTORY II 3 TBA TBA COURINGTON L A Online course; For course information contact leighann.couringinton@wallacestate.edu On site test dates are as follows: 10/5/10 at 5:00pm or 10/6/10 at 1:00 pm, 11/2/10 at 5:00 pm or 11/3/10 at 1:00pm, 12/8/10 at 1:00 pm or 12/14/10 at 5:00 pm INTRO TO GENEALOGY 3 TBA TBA DAVIS JR R S Video Course WESTERN CIVILIZATION I WESTERN CIVILIZATION II UNITED STATES HISTORY I UNITED STATES HISTORY II

3 3 3 3

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

MON TUES THURS WED

CHM 002 CHM 002 CHM 002 CHM 002

THOMAS A L THOMAS A L WILLIAMS M L STAFF

INTRODUCTION TO HORTICULTURE NURSERY PRODUCTION PEST MANAGEMENT SPC TOPS/GREENHS PLANT PRODUCT GREENHOUSE CROP PROD LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION SEMINAR/STATE CERTIFICATION ST

3 3 3 3 3 3 2

08:00A 11:00A 08:00A 01:30P 08:00A 11:00A TBA 08:00A 01:30P 08:00A 12:30P 12:00P 02:00P

MON WED THURS TBA FRI TUES THURS

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

NETHERTON M K NETHERTON M K NETHERTON M K NETHERTON M K NETHERTON M K NETHERTON M K NETHERTON M K

FPA 206 FPA 206

SPARKS M G SPARKS M G

INTRODUCTION TO HUMANITIES I 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH INTRODUCTION TO HUMANITIES I 3 01:00P 02:15P THURS Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/19/10, 1:00pm INTRO TO HUMANITIES 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/hum INTRODUCTION TO HUMANITIES II 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W INTRO TO HUMANITIES II 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/hum

SPARKS M G FPA 201

INTRO TO HUMAN SERVICES 3 01:00P 03:30P TU & TH TBH 604 Mini Term II INTRO TO DEV DISABILITIES 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH TBH 604 GROUP DYNAMICS 3 11:00A 01:30P WED TBH 604 MENTAL HEALTH TERMINOLOGY 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH TBH 604 Hybrid Course; For course information contact gail.swafford@adjunct.wallacestate.edu GERIATRICS 3 08:00A 10:30A WED TBH 604 INTRO ALC & DRUG PRE & ABUSE 3 01:00P 03:30P TU & TH TBH 604 Mini Term I CLINICAL INTERNSHIP I 3 08:00A 05:00P M W F INTRODUCTION TO AGING 3 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information contact melanie.molzof@adjunct.wallacestate.edu MENTAL HEALTH WRK W/ELDERLY 3 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information contact susan.beck@wallacestate.edu Fall Semester 2010 Schedule of Classes • page 26

SPARKS M G SPARKS M G

BECK S K BECK S K STAFF SWAFFORD B G THOMPSON D BECK S K BECK S K MOLZOF M E BECK S K


CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

06504

HUS242I

CR

TIME

INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY Day 06709 ILT100 APPL ELECTR COMPUTATION 06710 ILT106 CONCEPTS OF DIRECT CURRENT Mini Term I 06711 ILT107 CONCEPTS OF ALTERNATING CURRNT Mini Term II 06712 ILT111 CONCEPTS OF SOLID STATE ELECTR Mini Term I 06713 ILT113 CONCEPTS OF ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT Mini Term II 06714 ILT129 PC HARDWARE Mini Term I 06715 ILT130 PC SOFTWARE INSTALL & MAINTENA Mini Term II 06716 ILT197 MOTOR CONTROLS I Mini Term II 06717 ILT220 ELECTRO-OPTICS 06718 ILT221 ELECTRO-OPTICSLAB 06701 ILT224 ELECTRONIC COMMUNICATIONS 06702 ILT225 ELECTRONIC COMM LAB 06703 ILT240 SENSORS TECH & APPLICATIONS Mini Term I 06704 ILT291 COOPERATIVE EDUCATION TBA Evening 06705 ILT100 APPL ELECTR COMPUTATION 06706 ILT106 CONCEPTS OF DIRECT CURRENT 06707 ILT107 CONCEPTS OF ALTERNATING CURRNT 06708 ILT111 CONCEPTS OF SOLID STATE ELECTR

HAWKINS E A

08:00A 09:00A 09:00A 02:30P

M&W M&W

ILT 101 ILT 101

DUDLEY G P DUDLEY G P

5

09:00A 02:30P

M&W

ILT 101

DUDLEY G P

5

09:15A 02:45P

TU & TH

ILT 102

JETTON T C

5

09:15A 02:45P

TU & TH

ILT 102

JETTON T C

3

08:00A 10:30A

TU & TH

ILT 104

DUDLEY G P

3

08:00A 10:30A

TU & TH

ILT 104

DUDLEY G P

3

08:00A 12:45P

TU & TH

ILT 101

HENDRIX W J

3 2 3 2 3

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

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

ILT 102 ILT 102 ILT 102 ILT 102 ILT 101

JETTON T C JETTON T C JETTON T C JETTON T C HENDRIX W J

3

TBA

TBA

ILT 000

JETTON T C

3 5 5 5

07:10P 08:10P 05:00P 07:10P 05:00P 07:10P 06:00P 08:10P

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

ILT 101 ILT 101 ILT 101 ILT 101

HENDRIX W J HENDRIX W J STAFF STAFF

MACHINE TOOL TECHNOLOGY Day 08205 MTT107 MACHINING CALCULATIONS I 08206 MTT121 BASIC PRINT READING FOR MACHIN

3 3

08210 08207 08203

MTT128 MTT130 MTT147

GEOMETRIC DIMENSION & TOL I MACHINE CALCULATIONS II INTRO TO MACHINE SHOP I

3 3 3

08204

MTT148

INTRO TO MACH SHOP I LAB

3

08208

MTT149

INTRO TO MACH SHOP II

3

08209 08211

MTT150 MTT181C

INTRO TO MACH SHOP II LAB SP TOPS/SETUPS & APPLICATIONS

3 3

MACHINING CALCULATIONS I BASIC PRINT READING FOR MACHIN

MARKETING 12801 MKT220

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

3 5

INTER DISCIPLINARY STUDIES 06601 IDS200 COLLEGE SCHOLARS BOWL WORKSHOP 1 TBA For course information, contact christine.oleary@wallacestate.edu

Evening 08201 MTT107 08202 MTT121

DAYS

MAINT HEALTH & WELLNESS IN ELD 3 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information contact evie.hawkins@adjunct.wallacestate.edu

TBA

O'LEARY C

08:00A 10:30A 08:50A 10:20A 10:30A 11:30A 08:00A 10:30A 08:00A 10:30A 10:30A 02:00P 08:00A 09:40A 12:00P 02:00P 08:00 02:00P 10:20A 02:00P 08:00A 10:30A 08:00A 02:00P 08:00A 08:50A 12:00P 02:00P

WED TUES WED TUES MON MON FRI WED THURS TUES THURS FRI TUES FRI

MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000 MTT 000

MCMINN G J MCMINN G J MCMINN MOON R R MCMINN G J MCMINN G J MCMINN G J MCMINN G J MOON R R MCMINN G J MCMINN G J MCMINN G J MCMINN G J

3 3

05:30P 07:30P 07:30P 09:30P

MTW MTW

MTT 000 MTT 000

BRISCOE J H BRISCOE J H

ADVERTISING 3 Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/18/10, 11:00 am

11:00A 12:15P

WED

BE 102

MCGRIFF-WALDROP

MASSAGE THERAPY Day 14201 MSG101I INTRO TO MASSAGE THERAPY 2 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact babs.herfurth@wallacestate.edu 14202 MSG102 THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE LAB I 3 09:00A 12:00P TU & TH 14203 MSG103 ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY 3 03:30P 04:30P TU & TH 04:30P 06:10P TU & TH 14204 MSG104 MUSCULOSKELETAL & KINES I 3 01:00P 03:30P TU & TH 14205 MSG105 MSG SUPERVISED CLINICAL I 2 07:45A 01:00P FRI 14206 MSG105 MSG SUPERVISED CLINICAL I 2 07:45A 01:00P MON Fall Semester 2010 Schedule of Classes • page 27

HERFURTH S B TBH 304 TBH 314 TBH 314 TBH 314 TBH 304 TBH 304

HERFURTH S B STAFF HERFURTH S B HERFURTH S B HERFURTH S B


CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

CR

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

MASS COMMUNICATIONS 07401 MCM113 STUDENT PUBLICATIONS 2 TBA TBA TBA Participation on The Mane Issue; For information contact kristen.holmes@wallacestate.edu MATHEMATICS Day 08069 MTH090 08070 MTH090 08071 MTH090 08072 MTH090 08066 MTH090A 08076 MTH090 08068

MTH090I

08067 08018 08019 08020 08021

MTH090L MTH098 MTH098 MTH098 MTH098

08022 08023 08024 08025

MTH098 MTH098 MTH098 MTH098

08026 08027 08028 08061

MTH098 MTH098 MTH098 MTH098A

08062

MTH098A

08029

MTH098I

08030

MTH098I

08077

MTH098

08032 08033

MTH100 MTH100

08034 08035 08036

MTH100 MTH100 MTH100

08037 08038 08039 08040

MTH100 MTH100 MTH100 MTH100

08042

MTH100

08063

MTH100A

08041

MTH100I

08043

MTH103I

08044

MTH110I

08001

MTH112

08002 08003 08004

MTH112 MTH112 MTH112

08005 08006 08050 08007

MTH112 MTH112 MTH112 MTH112I

HOLMES K J

BASIC MATHEMATICS 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W HGA 024 JOHNSON J E BASIC MATHEMATICS 3 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH WC 206 JOHNSON J E BASIC MATHEMATICS 3 02:30P 03:45P M & W WC 206 FAULKNER A K BASIC MATHEMATICS 3 02:30P 03:45P TU & TH WC 206 STAFF BASIC MATHEMATICS 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W WC 206 MALLARD C B BASIC MATH 3 08:00 A 10:30 A M & W WC 206 MALLARD C B Mini Term I BASIC MATH 3 TBA TBA MALLARD C B Online Course; For course information contact cindy.mallard@wallacestate.edu BASIC MATHEMATICS 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH WC 206 MALLARD C B ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W HGA 021 GRIFFIN C P ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W HGA 021 GRIFFIN C P ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W HGA 021 GRIFFIN C P ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 09:30A 10:45A M T W TH HGA 026 GURLEY J S Mini Term I ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH HGA 026 GURLEY J S ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH HGA 021 BENTLEY S T ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH HGA 021 BENTLEY S T ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH HGA 012 MOORE S M Web Assisted ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH HGA 012 MOORE S M ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH HGA 026 FOX D E ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 03:30P 06:00P MON HGA 019 ARNOLD M P ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W HGA 012 ADAMS D G May require additional sessions Mon 8:00 am or 1:00 pm ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W HGA 012 ADAMS D G May require additional sessions Mon 8:00 am or 1:00 pm ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 TBA TBA QUICK R M Online Course; For course information, contact renee.quick@wallacestate.edu. On-site final exam ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 TBA TBA MOORE S M Online Course; For course information, contact stacey.moore@wallacestate.edu. On-site final exam ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 08:00 A 10:30 A M & W WC 206 MALLARD C B Mini Term II; For course information, contact cindy.mallard@wallacestate.edu. On-site final exam INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W HGA 010 MOORE S M INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 09:30A 10:45A M T W TH HGA 026 GURLEY J S Mini Term II INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W HGA 026 GURLEY J S INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 01:00P 02:15P M & W HGA 010 SMITH B E INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH HGA 024 BOYD J L Web Assisted INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 02:30P 05:00P MON HGA 010 QUICK R M INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH HGA 026 FOX D E INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH HGA 024 BOYD J L INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 02:30P 05:00P WED HGA 026 GURLEY J S Web Assisted INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 01:00P 02:15P THURS HGA 019 QUICK R M Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/19/10, 1:00 pm. Web Assisted INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH HGA 019 ADAMS D G May require additional sessions Tue 11:00 am; Web Assisted INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 TBA TBA SMITH B E Online Course; For course information, contact brandon.smith@wallacestate.edu. On-site final exam INTRO TO TECHNICAL MATH 3 TBA TBA QUICK R M Online Course; For course information, contact renee.quick@wallacestate.edu. On-site final exam FINITE MATHEMATICS 3 TBA TBA BOYD J L Online Course; For course information, contact lance.boyd@wallacestate.edu. On-site final exam PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W HGA 012 ADAMS D G Web Assisted PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA 3 01:00P 02:15P M & W HGA 024 BOYD J L PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA 3 02:30P 05:00P WED HGA 012 MOORE S M PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH HGA 019 ADAMS D G Web Assisted PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA 3 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH HGA 010 SMITH B E PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH HGA 024 BOYD J L PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA 3 03:30P 06:00P MON HGA 026 DOSS A P PRECALCULUS ALGEBRA 3 TBA TBA SMITH B E Online Course; For course information, contact brandon.smith@wallacestate.edu. On-site final exam Fall Semester 2010 Schedule of Classes • page 28


CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

08008 08009 08010 08011

MTH113 MTH116 MTH116 MTH116

08060

MTH116

08012 08013 08014 08016

MTH120 MTH125 MTH125 MTH126

08017

MTH227

Evening 08073 08074 08045 08046 08047

MTH090 MTH090 MTH098 MTH098 MTH098

08075 08048 08049 08051 08052 08053

MTH098 MTH100 MTH100 MTH113 MTH116 MTH227

CR

TIME

PRECALCULUS TRIGONOMETRY 3 01:00P 02:15P MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS 3 08:00A 09:15A MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS 3 09:30A 10:45A MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS 3 01:00P 02:15P Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/19/10, 1:00 pm; Web Assisted MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS 3 08:00A 03:00P Class meets 8/21, 9/11, 10/2, 10/23, 11/13, 12/4 CALCULUS AND ITS APPLICATIONS 3 08:00A 09:15A CALCULUS I 4 09:30A 11:10A CALCULUS I 4 11:00A 12:40P CALCULUS II 4 09:30A 11:10A Mini Term I CALCULUS III 4 09:30A 11:10A Mini Term II BASIC MATHEMATICS 3 05:30P 08:00P BASIC MATHEMATICS 3 05:30P 08:00P ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 06:00P 08:30P ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 06:00P 08:30P ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 06:00P 08:30P Web Assisted; Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/19/10, 6:00 pm ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3 05:00P 07:30P INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 06:00P 08:30P INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3 06:00P 08:30P PRECALCULUS TRIGONOMETRY 3 06:00 P 08:30 P MATHEMATICAL APPLICATIONS 3 05:00P 07:30P CALCULUS III 4 06:00P 09:20P

MATH (VOCATIONAL) Day 12501 MAH101 MAH101 VOC TECH MATH 12502 MAH101 MAH101 VOC TECH MATH Evening 12503 MAH101 MAH101 VOC TECH MATH

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

TU & TH M&W M&W THURS

HGA 012 HGA 019 HGA 019 HGA 021

ADAMS D G HILL J I HILL J I MOORE S M

SAT

CS 004

WILLOUGHBY T C

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

HGA 024 HGA 024 HGA 010 HGA 010

BOYD J L QUICK R M QUICK R M SMITH B E

M T W TH

HGA 010

SMITH B E

TUES WED MON TUES THURS

WC 206 WC 206 HGA 024 HGA 019 HGA 024

STAFF HENDERSON K J PAYNE B T ARNOLD M P PAYNE B T

WED MON TUES MON WED MON

HGA 012 HGA 012 HGA 012 HGA 026 HGA 010 HGA 010

HAYS A C BEASLEY K BEASLEY K DOSS A P ADAMS T S WILLOUGHBY T C

3 3

02:15P 04:45P 08:00A 10:30A

THURS FRI

WC 101 WC 101

DILLASHAW B R DILLASHAW B R

3

05:30P 08:00P

THURS

WC 101

DILLASHAW B R

TBH 406

FUQUA T L

TBH 406

STAFF FUQUA T L

MEDICAL ASSISTANT 07301 MAT102 MEDICAL ASSISTING THEORY I 3 10:00A 11:20A MON Hybrid Course; For course information contact, tracie.fuqua@wallacestate.edu 07306 MAT120 MED ADMIN PROCEDURES I 3 TBA TBA 07302 MAT128 MED LAW & ETHICS FOR MED ASST 3 08:00A 09:45A MON Hybrid Course; For course information contact, tracie.fuqua@wallacestate.edu 07305 MAT215 LAB PROC II FOR MED ASST 3 TBA TBA Hybrid Course; For course information, contact tracie.fuqua@wallacestate.edu 07308 MAT216 MED PHARMACOLOGY FOR MED ASST 4 08:00A 11:00A TUES 07303 MAT220 MEDICAL OFFICE INSURANCE 3 08:00A 08:55A WED Hybrid Course; For course information, contact connie.allen@wallacestate.edu 07307 MAT222 MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION I 2 TBA TBA Mini Term I 07304 MAT229 MEDICAL ASST PRECEPTORSHIP 3 TBA TBA

FUQUA T L TBA TBA

FUQUA T L ALLEN C C

MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION 08102 MTR170I BASIC MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION 3 TBA TBA Mini Term II; Online Course; For course information, contact sharon.horton@wallacestate.edu 08106 MTR170I BASIC MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION 3 TBA TBA Mini Term II; Online Course; For course information, contact sharon.horton@wallacestate.edu 08104 MTR171I GRAMMAR ESSENTIALS FOR MTS 1 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact sharon.horton@wallacestate.edu 08105 MTR171I GRAMMAR ESSENTIALS FOR MTS 1 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact sharon.horton@wallacestate.edu 08101 MTR275I INTRO TO COMPUTERS IN TRANS 2 TBA TBA Mini Term I; Online Course; For course information, contact sharon.horton@wallacestate.edu 08103 MTR275I INTRO TO COMPUTERS IN TRANS 2 TBA TBA Mini Term I; Online Course; For course information, contact sharon.horton@wallacestate.edu MUSIC APPLIED 08401 MUP101 08402 MUP103 08403 MUP111 08404 MUP127 08405 MUP135 08406 MUP141

PRIVATE PIANO I PRIVATE ORGAN PRIVATE VOICE I PRIVATE DOUBLE BASS I PRIVATE FRETTED INSTRUMENTS I PRIVATE FLUTE I

1 1 1 1 1 1

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA TBA

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ALLEN C C ALLEN C C

FPA 119 FPA 121 FPA 103 FPA 125 FPA 125 FPA 105

HORTON S G HORTON S G HORTON S G HORTON S G HORTON S G HORTON S G

CHALKLEY D A SPARKS M G RICHTER T S NEAL M A NEAL M A BURKS R L


CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

08407 08408 08409 08410 08411 08412 08413 08414 08415 08416 08417 08418 08419 08420 08421 08422 08423 08424 08425 08426 08428

MUP143 MUP145 MUP151 MUP161 MUP163 MUP171 MUP173 MUP175 MUP181 MUP201 MUP203 MUP211 MUP241 MUP243 MUP245 MUP261 MUP263 MUP271 MUP273 MUP275 MUP281

CR

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

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

TIME

DAYS

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

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

MUSIC EDUCATION 08501 MUS100 CONVOCATION 1 TBA TBA 08502 MUS101 MUSIC APPRECIATION 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W 08503 MUS101 MUSIC APPRECIATION 3 08:00A 09:15A THURS Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/19/10, 8:00 am 08504 MUS101 MUSIC APPRECIATION 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH 08505 MUS101I MUSIC APPRECIATION 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/music 08506 MUS101I MUSIC APPRECIATION 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/music 08507 MUS101I MUSIC APPRECIATION 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/music 08508 MUS111 MUSIC THEORY I 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W 08509 MUS113 MUSIC THEORYLAB I 1 01:00P 02:15P M & W 08510 MUS211 MUSIC THEORY III 3 01:00P 02:15P M & W 08511 MUS213 MUSIC THEORYLAB III 1 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH 08512 MUS292 SONG WRITING 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH 08513 MUS293 RECORDING TECHNIQUES 3 02:30P 03:45P M & W Evening 08514 MUS101 MUSIC APPRECIATION 3 05:00P 07:30P MON MUSIC ENSEMBLE 08301 MUL101 08302 MUL111 08303 MUL180 08313 MUL184L 08305 MUL190 08306 MUL192 08307 MUL196 08308 MUL198 08309 MUL280 08314 MUL284L 08311 MUL290 08312 MUL296

CLASS PIANO I CLASS VOICE I CHORUS I JAZZ/SHOW CHOIR I CONCERT BAND I INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE I JAZZ/SHOW BAND I MARCHING BAND I CHORUS III JAZZ/SHOW CHOIR III CONCERT BAND III JAZZ/SHOW BAND III

NURSING (ASSOCIATE DEGREE) Day 08801 NUR102 FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING 08802 NUR102 FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING 08806 NUR103 HEALTH ASSESSMENT 08807 NUR103 HEALTH ASSESSMENT 08813 NUR104 INTRO TO PHARMACOLOGY 08814 NUR104 INTRO TO PHARMACOLOGY 08829 NUR105 ADULT NURSING 08816 NUR106 MATERNAL AND CHILD NURSING 08818 NUR106 MATERNAL AND CHILD NURSING 08820 NUR201 NURSING THROUGH THE LIFESPAN I 08821 NUR201 NURSING THROUGH THE LIFESPAN I 08825 NUR202 NSG THROUGH THE LIFESPAN II

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR FPA 105 FPA 105 FPA 105 FPA 107 FPA 107 FPA 107 FPA 107 FPA 107 FPA 125 FPA 119 FPA 121 FPA 103 FPA 105 FPA 105 FPA 105 FPA 107 FPA 107 FPA 107 FPA 107 FPA 107 FPA 125

BURKS R L BURKS R L BURKS R L BEAN R G BEAN R G BEAN R G BEAN R G BEAN R G NEAL M A CHALKLEY D A SPARKS M G RICHTER T S BURKS R L BURKS R L BURKS R L BEAN R G BEAN R G BEAN R G BEAN R G BEAN R G NEAL MA

FPA 113 FPA 201 FPA 201

BURKS R L BURKS R L BEAN R G

FPA 201

BEAN R G BEAN R G BEAN R G BURKS R L

FPA 201 FPA 207 FPA 201 FPA 207 FPA 207 FPA 207

RICHTER T S RICHTER T S SPARKS M G RICHTER T S NEAL M A NEAL M A

FPA 201

STAFF

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

12:00P 01:00P 02:30P 03:45P 01:00P 02:30P 09:30A 10:45A 02:30P 03:45P TBA 09:30A 10:45A TBA 01:00P 02:30P 09:30A 10:45A 02:30P 03:45P 09:30A 10:45A

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

FPA 207 FPA 113 FPA 113 FPA 112 FPA 124 FPA 111 FPA 111 FPA 124 FPA 113 FPA 112 FPA 124 FPA 111

CHALKLEY D A RICHTER T S RICHTER T S RICHTER T S TAYLOR G L BURKS R L BURKS R L BURKS R L RICHTER T S RICHTER T S TAYLOR G L BURKS R L

6 6 1 1 1 1 8 5 5 5 5 6

12:00P 03:00P 08:00A 11:00A 08:00A 11:00A 12:00P 03:00P 08:00A 11:00P 12:00P 03:00P 08:30A 02:30P 08:30A 12:30P 08:30A 12:30P 08:00A 11:00A 12:00P 03:00P 08:00A 11:00A

TU & TH TU & TH WED WED WED WED WED MON FRI THURS THURS TUES

NB 102 NB 102 NB 210 NB 210 NB 209 NB 209 LIB 100 NB 211 NB 211 NB 211 NB 211 LIB 100

BURGESS P A BURGESS P A HOOVER D S HOOVER D S HARDIN G D HARDIN G D WILHITE D B MOBLEY K S MOBLEY K S TURNER S B TURNER S B HARGETT A C

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CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

08826 NUR202 Evening 08805 NUR102 08810

NUR103

08815

NUR104

08819

NUR106

08823

NUR201

08827

NUR202

CR

NSG THROUGH THE LIFESPAN II

6

TIME 12:00P 03:00P

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

TUES

FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING 6 04:00P 08:00P M & W Hybrid Course; For course information, contact pat.burgess@wallacestate.edu HEALTH ASSESSMENT 1 04:00P 06:00P TUES Hybrid Course; For course information, contact deborah.hoover@wallacestate.edu INTRO TO PHARMACOLOGY 1 04:00P 06:00P THURS Hybrid Course; For course information, contact glynda.hardin@wallacestate.edu MATERNAL AND CHILD NURSING 5 05:00P 07:00P TUES Hybrid Course; For course information, contact shea.mobley@wallacestate.edu NURSING THROUGH THE LIFESPAN I 5 05:00P 06:30P WED Hybrid Course; For course information, contact stephanie.turner@wallacestate.edu NSG THROUGH THE LIFESPAN II 6 05:00P 07:00P THURS Hybrid Course; For course information, contact angi.hargett@wallacestate.edu

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT 09305 OTA200I OT FUNDAMENTALS 3 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact gail.hyatt@wallacestate.edu 09306 OTA205 PRACTICAL ANAT & KINESIOLOGY 4 08:00A 08:50A TU & TH Hybrid Course; For course information, contact gail.hyatt@wallacestate.edu 09301 OTA208I DEVELOPMENT ACROSS LIFE SPAN 3 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact tammy.gipson@wallacestate.edu LAB TBA TU & TH 09302 OTA220 REFERRAL & ASSESS TECHNIQUES 3 08:00A 09:00A M & W LAB TBA TBA 09304 OTA230 THE PSYCHIATRIC ENVIR & OT 2 10:30A 01:30P MON Hybrid Course; For course information, contact gail.hyatt@wallacestate.edu 09303 OTA231 GROUP PROCESS IN O.T. 1 10:30A 11:30A WED 09307 OTA250 LEVEL I FIELDWORK-A 1 08:00A 10:00A FRI Hybrid Course; For course information, contact gail.hyatt@wallacestate.edu 09308 OTA251 LEVEL I FIELDWORK-B 1 03:15P 04:15P M & W Hybrid Course; For course information, contact gail.hyatt@wallacestate.edu

LIB 100

HARGETT A C

NB 103

BURGESS P A

NB 210

HOOVER D S

NB 209

HARDIN G D

NB 211

MOBLEY K S

NB 211

TURNER S B

NB 211

HARGETT A C

HYATT B G TBH 508

HYATT B G GIPSON T R

TBH 508 TBH 508 TBH 515 TBH 508

HYATT B G GIPSON T R GIPSON T R HYATT B G

TBH 508

GIPSON T R HYATT B G HYATT B G

ORIENTATION NOTE: All ORI101classes are Mini Term I. Day 09117 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 08:00A 09:15A MON 09118 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 09:30A 10:45A MON 09119 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 11:00A 12:15P MON 09120 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 01:00P 02:15P MON Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/23/10, 1:00 pm 09121 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 02:30P 03:45P MON 09122 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 08:00A 09:15A TUES 09123 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 09:30A 10:45A TUES 09124 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 11:00A 12:15P TUES 09125 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 01:00P 02:15P TUES Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/24/10, 1:00pm 09126 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 02:30P 03:45P TUES 09127 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 11:00A 12:15P WED 09128 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 01:00P 02:15P WED 09129 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 02:30P 03:45P WED 09130 ORI101I ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 TBA TBA Online Course; Course information located at keisha.lewis@wallacestate.edu 09131 ORI101I ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 TBA TBA Online Course; Course information located at keisha.lewis@wallacestate.edu Evening 09132 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 04:30P 05:45P MON Mini Term I 09133 ORI101 ORIENTATION TO COLLEGE 1 06:00P 07:15P TUES Mini Term I Day 09102 09103 09104 09105 09106 09107 09108 09109

ORI103 ORI103 ORI103 ORI103 ORI103 ORI103 ORI103 ORI103

ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT)

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

07:50A 09:30A 07:50A 09:30A 07:50A 09:30A 01:00P 01:50P 02:00P 02:50P 12:00P 12:50P 01:00P 01:50P 02:00P 02:50P

MON THURS WED M&W M&W TU & TH TU & TH TU & TH

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BE BE BE BE

109 109 109 109

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

BE BE BE BE BE

109 109 109 109 109

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF

BE BE BE BE BE

109 106 109 109 109

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF LEWIS K L

BE 109

LEWIS K L

STAFF STAFF

WC WC WC WC WC WC WC WC

100 100 100 100 100 100 100 100

STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF STAFF


CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

TIME

DAYS

09110 09111 09113 09114 09115 09135 09134 Evening 09116

ORI103 ORI103 ORI103 ORI103 ORI103 ORI103 ORI103L

ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT) ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT)

2 2 2 2 2 2 2

03:00P 04:40P 03:00P 04:40P 12:00P 12:50P 01:00P 01:50P 02:00P 03:40P 07:50A 09:30A 11:00A 11:50A

MON WED TU & TH TU & TH TUES TUES TU & TH

WC WC WC WC WC WC WC

ORI103

ORIENTATION (MASTER STUDENT)

2

05:30P 07:10P

TUES

WC 111

STAFF

INTRO TO PARALEGAL STUDY BAS LEGAL RESEARCH & WRITING DOMESTIC LAW

3 3 3

09:30A 10:45A 09:30A 10:45A 01:00P 02:15P

M&W TU & TH M&W

BE 111 BE 111 BE 111

BROOKS J L BROOKS J L BROOKS J L

BAS LEGAL RESEARCH & WRITING REAL ESTATE CIVIL LAW AND PROCEDURES

3 3 3

05:30P 08:00P 05:30P 08:45P 05:30P 08:00P

THURS TUES MON

BE 111 BE 111 BE 111

SAPP JR R A BROOKS J L SAPP JR R A

PARALEGAL Day 10101 PRL101 10103 PRL102 10102 PRL230 Evening 10104 PRL102 10105 PRL210 10106 PRL262

CR

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR 100 100 111 111 111 100 111

STAFF STAFF JOHNSON T L JOHNSON T L STAFF STAFF JOHNSON T L

PHARMACY TECHNOLOGY 09602 PHM100I INTRO TO PHARMACY 2 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact brandon.brooks@wallacestate.edu 09605 PHM102I PHARMACOLOGY I 3 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact brandon.brooks@wallacestate.edu 09606 PHM205I BILLINGS & COMPUTERS 3 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact brandon.brooks@wallacestate.edu 09607 PHM207I INSTITUTIONAL PHARMACY 3 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact brandon.brooks@wallacestate.edu 09608 PHM210 PHARMACY PRACTICE 3 TBA TBA HS 213

BROOKS B D

PHILOSOPHY Day 09501 PHL106 09502 PHL106 09503 PHL106I 09504 09506 09505

PHL206 PHL206 PHL206I

09508

PHL210I

Evening 09509 PHL206

BROOKS B D BROOKS B D BROOKS B D BROOKS B D

INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/hum ETHICS AND SOCIETY 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH ETHICS AND SOCIETY 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W ETHICS AND SOCIETY 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/hum ETHICS AND THE HEALTH SCIENCES 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/hum

FPA 202 FPA 215

WALTON R L SEAY W WALTON R L

FPA 215 FPA 206

SEAY W WALTON R L WALTON R L

ETHICS AND SOCIETY

PHYSICAL EDUCATION Day 09447 PED100 FUNDAMENTALS OF FITNESS 09448 PED100 FUNDAMENTALS OF FITNESS 09416 PED101 SLIMNASTICS (BEGINNING) 09417 PED102 SLIMNASTICS (INTERMEDIATE) 09412 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 09420 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 09426 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 09433 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 09435 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 09436 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 09437 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 09445 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 09449 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 09453 PED103 WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) 09413 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 09421 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 09427 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 09438 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 09440 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 09441 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 09442 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 09446 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) 09450 PED104 WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE)

HARPER W A

3

06:00P 08:30P

THURS

FPA 206

WALTON R L

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

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

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

WC WC WC WC WC WC WC WC WC WC WC WC WC WC WC WC WC WC WC WC WC WC WC

BAILEY K P BAILEY K P NEWMAN C M NEWMAN C M MOSS M L SLATER L K STAFF YORK D B YORK D B YORK D B YORK D B NEWMAN C M STAFF STAFF MOSS M L SLATER L K STAFF YORK D B YORK D B YORK D B YORK D B NEWMAN C M STAFF

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112 112 104 104 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 112


CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

09454 09410 09411 09455 09404 09405 09443 09444 09422 09430 09423 09419 09456 09409 09401 09432 09418 09406 09424 09431 09425 09402 09408 09403 Evening 09414 09428 09434 09451 09452 09415 09429 09439 09407 09458

PED104 PED107 PED108 PED109 PED118 PED119 PED123 PED124 PED171 PED171 PED172 PED176 PED179 PED181 PED186 PED200 PED213 PED216 PED217 PED217 PED218 PED219 PED219 PED220

WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) AEROBICS DANCE (BEGINNING) AEROBICS DANCE (INTERMEDIATE) JOGGING GEN CONDITIONING (BEGINNING) GEN CONDITIONING (INTER) GOLF (BEGINNING) GOLF (INTERMEDIATE) BASKETBALL (BEGINNING) BASKETBALL (BEGINNING) BASKETBALL (INTERMEDIATE) VOLLEYBALL (BEGINNING) SOCCER (INTERMEDIATE) BASEBALL (BEGINNING) SOFTBALL (BEGINNING) FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSICAL EDU BAS V-BALL RULES & OFF TECH SPORTS OFFICIATING BAS BKTBALL RULES & OFF TECH BAS BKTBALL RULES & OFF TECH ADV BKTBALL RULES & OFF TECH BAS BB & SB RULES & OFF TECH BAS BB & SB RULES & OFF TECH ADV BB & SB RULES & OFF TECH

CR 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3

11:00A 12:15P 09:30A 10:45A 09:30A 10:45A TBA 03:00P 04:15P 03:00P 04:15P 08:00A 09:15A 09:30A 10:45A 11:00A 12:15P 01:00P 02:15P 01:00P 02:15P 01:00P 02:15P TBA 01:00P 02:15P 11:00A 12:15P 11:00A 12:15P 01:00P 01:50P 11:00A 12:15P 03:00P 04:15P 02:00P 02:50P 03:00P 04:15P 01:00P 02:15P 01:00P 01:50P 01:00P 02:15P

TIME

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

DAYS

PED103 PED103 PED103 PED103 PED104 PED104 PED104 PED104 PED216 PED240

WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) WEIGHT TRAINING (BEGINNING) WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) WEIGHT TRAINING (INTERMEDIATE) SPORTS OFFICIATING SPORT & REC SCUBA DIVING

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 1

04:15P 05:30P 05:30P 06:45P 05:30P 06:45P 04:15P 05:30P 04:15P 05:30P 04:15P 05:30P 05:30P 06:45P 05:30P 06:45P 05:30P 08:00P 05:30P 08:00P

M&W TU & TH M&W TU & TH TU & TH M&W TU & TH M&W MON THURS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR WC 112 WC 104 WC 104

BBF 000 SBF 000 WC 113 COL 000 WC 206 COL 000 COL 000 COL 000 SBF 000 BBF 000 SBF 000

STAFF MOSS M L MOSS M L SMITH K L CLEM T J CLEM T J YORK D B YORK D B SLATER L K STAFF SLATER L K DANIEL R W SPITZER B J PUTMAN R D CLEM T J STAFF DANIEL R W PUTMAN R D SLATER L K STAFF SLATER L K CLEM T J PUTMAN R D CLEM T J

WC WC WC WC WC WC WC WC WC WC

MOSS M L STAFF YORK D B SMITH K L SMITH K L MOSS M L STAFF YORK D B PUTMAN R D HUTCHENS R P

WC 112 WC 112 CMG 000 CMG 000 COL 000 COL 000 COL 000 COL 000

112 112 112 112 112 112 112 112 206 113

PHYSICAL SCIENCE 09702 PHS111I PHYSICAL SCIENCE 4 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information contact, liberty.evanko@adjunct.wallacestate.edu 09701 PHS230I INTRO TO METEOROLOGY 4 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information contact, liberty.evanko@adjunct.wallacestate.edu PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT Day 10301 PTA200I P.T. ISSUES & TRENDS 2 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact laura.smallwood@wallacestate.edu 10302 PTA200I P.T. ISSUES & TRENDS 2 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact laura.smallwood@wallacestate.edu 10312 PTA201 PTA SEMINAR 2 TBA TBA 10303 PTA202 PTA COMMUNICATION SKILLS 2 TBA TBA For course information, contact jill.strickland@wallacestate.edu 10304 PTA220 FUNCTIONAL ANAT & KINESIOLOGY 3 08:00A 09:30A TU & TH 10305 PTA222 FUNCTIONAL ANAT & KINES LAB 2 09:30A 12:00P TU & TH 10306 PTA222 FUNCTIONAL ANAT & KINES LAB 2 09:30A 12:00P TU & TH 10307 PTA222 FUNCTIONAL ANAT & KINES LAB 2 09:30A 12:00P TU & TH 10310 PTA250 THERAPEUTIC PROCEDURES I 4 12:30P 04:00P TU & TH 10329 PTA258 INTRO TO THE CLIN ENVIRONMENT 1 TBA TBA 10311 PTA260 CLINICAL EDUCATION I 1 TBA TBA Evening 10308 PTA240 PHYSICAL DISABILITIES I 2 04:00P 06:00P TU & TH Mini Term I 10309 PTA241 PHYSICAL DISABILITIES II 2 04:00P 06:00P TU & TH Mini Term I PHYSICS 09803 PHY115 09801

PHY201

TECHNICAL PHYSICS Web Assisted GENERAL PHYSICS I TRIG BASED Web Assisted

EVANKO L R EVANKO L R

TBA

SMALLWOOD L S

TBA

SMALLWOOD L S

TBH 314

ADAMS A S STRICKLAND J E

TBH 314 TBH 314 TBH 310 TBH 305 TBH 304 TBH 314

ADAMS A S ADAMS A S CRAWFORD R M STAFF STRICKLAND J E STRICKLAND J E STRICKLAND J E

TBH 000

CRAWFORD R M

TBH 000

CRAWFORD R M

4

09:30A 11:45A

M&W

SCI 203

O'LEARY C

4

09:30A 11:45A

TU & TH

SCI 203

O'LEARY C

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CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

09804

PHY213

09802

PHY214

CR

GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CAL I Web Assisted GENERAL PHYSICS WITH CAL II Web Assisted

POLITICAL SCIENCE 09901 POL211 AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT 09902 POL220 STATE & LOCAL GOVERNMENT POLYSOMNOGRAPHIC TECHNOLOGIST 12301 PSG110 INTRO TO ELECTRONEURO 12302 PSG111 INTRO ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHY LAB 12303 PSG112 SLEEP/WAKE A & P 12304 PSG113 FUND OF POLYSOMNOGRAPHY LAB LAB 12305 PSG115 CLINICAL PRACTICE I PSYCHOLOGY Day 10201 PSY106 10205 PSY200 10207 10208 10209 10210 10211 10212 10213 10215

PSY200 PSY200 PSY200 PSY200 PSY200 PSY200 PSY200 PSY200I

10216

PSY200I

10217

PSY200I

10206

PSY210

10219 10220 10218

PSY210 PSY210 PSY210I

10222

PSY230

Evening 10214 PSY200 10221 PSY210 READING Day 10503 RDG083 10505 RDG083 10507 RDG083 10509 RDG083 10511 RDG083 10513 RDG083 10501 RDG083L 10514 RDG114 10504 RDG114 10508 RDG114 10510 RDG114 10512 RDG114 10518 RDG114 10517 RDG114L Evening 10515 RDG083 10516 RDG114

TIME

DAYS

4

12:30P 02:45P

M&W

SCI 203

O'LEARY C

4

12:30P 02:45P

TU & TH

SCI 203

O'LEARY C

3 3

11:00A 12:15P 02:30P 05:00P

M&W MON

BE 111 BE 111

BROOKS J L BROOKS J L

2 3

10:00A 12:00P 12:30P 02:30P 09:30A 11:30A 12:00P 03:00P 08:30A 10:30A 10:30A 12:00P 12:30P 03:00P TBA

MON MON TUES TUES WED WED WED TBA

TBH 609 TBH 609

TARVIN L M TARVIN L M

TBH 609 TBH 609

TARVIN L M TARVIN L M TARVIN L M

3 4

3

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

STAFF

CAREER EXPLORATION 1 TBA TBA GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 08:00A 12:00P SAT CS 002 Mini Term I GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 08:00A 09:15A M & W TBH 116 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 09:30A 10:45A M & W TBH 116 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 01:00P 02:15P M & W TBH 116 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 02:30P 05:00P WED TBH 116 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH TBH 116 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH TBH 116 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH TBH 116 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact aletta.coleman@wallacestate.edu GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact jared.vickery@adjunct.wallacestate.edu GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 TBA TBA Mini Term I; Online Course; For course information, contact susan.orear@wallacestate.edu HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT 3 08:00A 12:00P SAT CS 002 Mini Term II HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W TBH 116 HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT 3 01:00P 02:15P TU & TH TBH 116 HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT 3 TBA TBA Mini Term II; Online Course; For course information, contact susan.orear@wallacestate.edu ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH TBH 604 Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/19/10, 9:30 am

ATCHLEY B P BRINDLE A W COLEMAN A S BRUNNER S H BRUNNER S H BRINDLE A W STAFF REEVES R L BRUNNER S H COLEMAN A S VICKERY J W OREAR S J HUGHES J P BRUNNER S H BRUNNER S H OREAR S J OREAR S J

GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT

3 3

06:00P 08:30P 06:00P08:30P

TUES THURS

TBH 116 TBH 116

VICKERY J W VICKERY J W

DEVELOPMENTAL READING I DEVELOPMENTAL READING I DEVELOPMENTAL READING I DEVELOPMENTAL READING I DEVELOPMENTAL READING I DEVELOPMENTAL READING I DEVELOPMENTAL READING I CRITICAL READING FOR COLLEGE CRITICAL READING FOR COLLEGE CRITICAL READING FOR COLLEGE CRITICAL READING FOR COLLEGE CRITICAL READING FOR COLLEGE CRITICAL READING FOR COLLEGE CRITICAL READING FOR COLLEGE

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

08:00A 09:15A 01:00P 02:15P 02:30P 03:45P 09:30A 10:45A 08:00A 09:15A 09:30A 10:45A 09:30A 10:45A 09:30A 10:45A 08:00A 09:15A 02:30P 03:45P 09:30A 10:45A 08:00A 09:15A 01:00P 02:15P 09:30A 10:45A

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

WC WC WC WC WC WC WC WC WC WC WC WC WC WC

CONGO H S CONGO H S STAFF JOHNSON T L STAFF STAFF CONGO H S STAFF CONGO H S STAFF JOHNSON T L STAFF CONGO H S CONGO H S

DEVELOPMENTAL READING I CRITICAL READING FOR COLLEGE

3 3

05:30P 08:00P 05:30P 08:00P

MON MON

WC 100 WC 100

STERLING H STERLING H

4

05:30P 08:45P

TUES

BE 111

BROOKS J L

REAL ESTATE SALES/MANAGEMENT 10801 RLS101 REAL ESTATE PRINCIPLES

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101 206 101 101 111 111 111 111 101 101 111 106 111 111


CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

RELIGION Day 10703 REL100 10705 REL100I 10701 10702

REL151 REL152I

Evening 10704 REL152

CR

11204

SOC200L

SPANISH 11302 SPA101 11303 SPA101 11301 SPA101I

SURVEY OF THE NEW TESTAMENT

WALTON R L HERSHBERGER W

FPA 206

WALTON R L RICHTER III J W

TUES

FPA 202

HERSHBERGER W

2 2 4

07:00A 07:00P 12:00P 02:00P 08:00A 10:00A

THURS TUES MON

TBH 216 TBH 216

CROW K C TAYLOR P D CROW K C

3 2 2 2 3

08:00A 11:00A 10:00A 12:00P 07:00A 07:00P 10:00A 12:00P 08:00A 10:00A

TUES MON MON WED WED

TBH 216 TBH 216 TBH 216 TBH 216

TAYLOR P D BUTTS K L CROW K C MAPLES M T MAPLES M T

2 1

01:00P 03:00P 03:00P 04:00P

WED WED

TBH 216 TBH 216

MAPLES M T TAYLOR P D

INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W TBH 604 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY 3 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information contact carol.chenault@adjunct.wallacestate.edu INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH VE2 2

OREAR S J CHENAULT C D

INTRODUCTORY SPANISH I 4 08:00A 09:45A M & W SC CA-B INTRODUCTORY SPANISH I 4 09:30A 11:15A TU & TH CS 005 INTRODUCTORY SPANISH I 4 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact donna.speeker@wallacestate.edu

SPEEKER D K SPEEKER D K SPEEKER D K

11406 11407 11411

SPH106 SPH106 SPH106

11409 11410

SPH107 SPH107

11408 Evening 11414 11415 11416 11417 11412 11413

SPH107L

FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION 3 FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION 3 FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION 3 FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION 3 FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION 3 Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/19/10, 8:00 am FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION 3 FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION 3 FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION 3 Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/24/10, 3:30 pm FUND OF PUBLIC SPEAKING 3 FUND OF PUBLIC SPEAKING 3 Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/19/10, 11:00 am FUND OF PUBLIC SPEAKING 3

SPH106 SPH106 SPH106 SPH106 SPH111 SPH112

FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION FUND OF ORAL COMMUNICATION SIGN LANGUAGE I SIGN LANGUAGE II

THR131 THR132 THR141L

FPA 202

06:00P 08:30P

SPH106 SPH106 SPH106 SPH106 SPH106

11608 11609 11610

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

3

SPEECH Day 11401 11402 11403 11404 11405

THEATRE ARTS 11602 THR113 11603 THR114 11604 THR115 11613 THR120L 11607 THR120I

DAYS

HISTORY OF WORLD RELIGIONS 3 09:30A 10:45A TU & TH HISTORY OF WORLD RELIGIONS 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/hum SURVEY OF THE OLD TESTAMENT 3 08:00A 09:15A TU & TH SURVEY OF THE NEW TESTAMENT 3 TBA TBA Online Course; Course information located at www.wallacestate.edu/hum

RESPIRATORY THERAPIST 10901 RPT210 CLINICAL PRACTICE I 10903 RPT211 INTRO TO RESPIRATORY CARE 10905 RPT212 FUND OF RESPIRATORY CARE I LAB TBA 10907 RPT213 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY FOR RCP 10909 RPT214 PHARMACOLOGY FOR THE RCP 10911 RPT230 CLINICAL PRACTICE III 10914 RPT232 DIAGNOSTIC PROC FOR THE RCP 10917 RPT242 PERINATAL/PEDIATRIC RESP CARE LAB TBA 10920 RPT244 CRITICAL CARE CONSIDER FOR RCP 10923 RPT264 RESP CARE PRACT UPDATE SOCIOLOGY 11202 SOC200 11203 SOC200I

TIME

3 3 3 3 3 3

OREAR S J

08:00A 09:15A 09:30A 10:45A 11:00A 12:15P 01:00P 02:15P 08:00A 09:15A

M&W M&W M&W M&W THURS

SC SC SC SC SC

CA-A CA-A CA-A CA-A CA-B

HOPPER R E COX M S HOPPER R E HOPPER R E COX M S

09:30A 10:45A 11:00A 12:15P 03:30P 06:00P

TU & TH TU & TH TUES

SC CA-B SC CA-A SC CA-B

COX M S HOPPER R E COX M S

11:00A 12:15P 11:00A 12:15P

M&W TU & TH

WC 101 WC 101

METCALF R L METCALF R L

09:30A 10:45A

M&W

WC 101

METCALF R L

06:00P 08:30P 06:00P 08:30P 06:00P 08:30P 06:00P 08:30P 05:00P 07:30P 07:30P 10:00P

MON TUES WED THURS TUES TUES

SC SC SC SC CS CS

COX M S SKELLEY V HOPPER R E SKELLEY V SCHLOSSER M W SCHLOSSER M W

THEATER WORKSHOP I 1 03:00P 04:00P MON THEATER WORKSHOP II 1 03:00P 04:00P MON THEATER WORKSHOP III 1 03:00P 04:00P MON THEATER APPRECIATION 3 11:00A 12:15P TU & TH THEATER APPRECIATION 3 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information contact lauren.cantrell@wallacestate.edu ACTING TECHNIQUES I 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W ACTING TECHNIQUES II 3 11:00A 12:15P M & W INTRO TO DANCE IN THEATER I 2 09:30A 10:30A M & W Fall Semester 2010 Schedule of Classes • page 35

CA-B CA-B CA-A CA-B 005 005

SC CA-A SC CA-A SC CA-A FPA 202

CANTRELL A L CANTRELL A L CANTRELL A L CANTRELL A L CANTRELL A L

FPA 112 FPA 112 FPA 112

CANTRELL A L CANTRELL A L CANTRELL A L


CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

11611 11605 11612

THR142L THR213 THR241

TIME

DAYS

INTRO TO DANCE IN THEATER II THEATER WORKSHOP IV VOICE/SPEECH FOR THE PERFORMER

CR 2 1 3

09:30A 10:30A 03:00P 04:00P 01:00P 02:15P

M&W MON M&W

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR FPA 112 SC CA-A FPA 112

CANTRELL A L CANTRELL A L CANTRELL A L

UPHOLSTERY 11702 UPH124 11704 UPH214 11701 UPH217

DECORATIVE ELEMENTS EXP LAB DESIGN INTERIORS EXPER LAB UPH CRAFTS & ACCESSORIES

3 3 3

UPH218

EMBROIDERY DESIGN

3

11705 11703

UPH221 UPH222

AUTO UPH & DESIGN INTERIOR MTLS FURNITURE

3 3

11707

UPH281A

S.T. /ADV. EMBROIDERY DESIGN

3

MON WED MON MON THURS THURS WED TUES TUES THURS FRI

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

SMITH K A SMITH K A SMITH K A

11706

09:00A 02:30P 09:00A 02:30P 07:45A 08:35A 09:00A 01:40P 07:45A 08:35A 09:00A 01:40P 07:45A 10:15A 07:45A 08:35A 09:00A 01:40P 09:00A 01:40P 07:45A 08:35A

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

VISUAL COMMUNICATIONS 12901 VCM172 DIGITAL ILLUSTRATION I 12902 VCM185 DIGITAL IMAGING I

3 3

01:00P 02:15P 01:00P 02:15P

TU & TH M&W

FPA 216 FPA 216

SCOTT A P SCOTT A P

WELDING 12002 WDT109 12001 WDT120 12004 WDT123

SMAW FILLET/PAC/CAC SMAW GROOVE SMAW FILLET/PAC/CAC/LAB

3 3 3

THOMPSON J A THOMPSON J A THOMPSON J A

WDT125

SMAW GROOVE LAB

3

WDT180B WDT182C

SPEC TOPS/SMAW FILLET/PAC/CAC SPEC TOPS/SMAW GROOVE LAB

3 3

12009 12006

WDT193 WDT280B

CO-OP S.T/SMAW FILLET/PAC/CAC LAB

3 3

12008 12010

WDT281A WDT291

ST/SMAW GROOVE CO-OP

3 3

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

THOMPSON J A

12005 12007

THURS TUES WED THURS TUES WED TUES MON TUES TBA WED THURS TUES TBA

WDT 000 WDT 000 WDT 000

12003

11:40A 02:10P 11:40A 02:10P 08:00A 02:15P 08:00A 11:00A 08:00A 11:00A 08:00A 02:15P 11:40A 02:15P 08:00A 02:15P 08:00A 11:00A TBA 08:00A 02:15P 08:00A 11:00A 11:40A 02:10P TBA

2 2 2 2 2 2

02:00P 04:00P 02:00P 04:00P 02:00P 04:00P 02:00P 04:00P 08:00A 10:00A 12:00P 02:00P

MON THURS WED WED THURS THURS

JBC 610 JBC 610 JBC 610 JBC 610 JBC 610 JBC 610

WALKER M C JOHNSON T L JOHNSON T L WALKER M C JOHNSON T L KRIGBAUM J E

2

06:00P 08:00P

THURS

JBC 610

TROUTMAN W G

WORK KEYS, INTEGRATED Day 12101 WKO101 WORKPLACE SKILL DEVELOPMENT I 12102 WKO101 WORKPLACE SKILL DEVELOPMENT I 12103 WKO101 WORKPLACE SKILL DEVELOPMENT I 12104 WKO101 WORKPLACE SKILL DEVELOPMENT I 12105 WKO101 WORKPLACE SKILL DEVELOPMENT I 12106 WKO101 WORKPLACE SKILL DEVELOPMENT I Evening 12107 WKO101 WORKPLACE SKILL DEVELOPMENT I

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

MINI TERM I (AUGUST 18 - OCTOBER 12) AUTOMOTIVE MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY 13002 AUT232 SENSORS TECHNOLOGY & APPLICATI

3

08:00A 12:45P

TU & TH

ILT 101

HENDRIX W J

BUSINESS OFFICE ADMIN 08914 OAD110 NAVIGATING WINDOWS

3

05:30P 10:00P

THURS

CS 021

FINCHER J C

COMPUTER SCIENCE 02505 CIS196W COMM SOFTWARE APP-WINDOWS 3 02534 CIS268 SOFTWARE SUPPORT 3 Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/24/10, 5:00 pm

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

THURS TUES

CS 021 CS 009

FINCHER J C STAFF

COMPUTER SCIENCE TECHNICAL 12602 DPT103 COMPUTER FUND FOR TECH STUDENT

3

05:30P 10:00P

THURS

CS 021

FINCHER J C

CRIMINAL JUSTICE 03207 CRJ100 INTRO TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE 03208 CRJ237 FORENSIC PHOTOGRAPHY

3 3

05:00P 09:30P 05:00P 09:30P

MON WED

GS 007 GS 007

HOWELL R W HALL T D

ENGLISH 04810 ENG101 04860 ENG101

3 3

12:30P 03:00P M & W 08:00Ac12:00P SAT

CS 004 CS 003

STAFF NARRELL T G

ENGLISH COMPOSITION I ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

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CALL

COURSE COURSE NAME

CR

TIME

DAYS

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR

HEALTHCARE IN FORMATION TECHNOLOGY 06108 HIT110 MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY 3 01:00P 03:30P TU & TH TBH 408 06110 HIT151 HEALTH DATA CONTENT & STRUCT 3 TBA TBA TBH 408 Hybrid Course; For course information contact, sharon.horton@wallacestate.edu 06111 HIT151I HEALTH DATA CONTENT & STRUCT 3 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact carol.mckelvey@wallacestate.edu 06112 HIT152 SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LAB 1 TBA TBA Hybrid Course; For course information, contact sharon.horton@wallacestate.edu 06122 HIT152I SKILLS DEVELOPMENT LAB I 1 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact carol.mckelvey@wallacestate.edu

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

HISTORY 06023 HIS101

WESTERN CIVILIZATION I

3

08:00A 12:00P

SAT

CS 005

HOLCOMB S M

HUMAN SERVICES 06507 HUS211

INTRO ALCOHOL & DRUG PRE & ABUSE

3

01:00P 03:30P

TU & TH

TBH 604

BECK S K

INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY 06710 ILT106 CONCEPTS OF DIRECT CURRENT 06712 ILT111 CONCEPTS OF SOLID STATE ELECTR 06714 ILT129 PC HARDWARE 06703 ILT240 SENSORS TECH & APPLICATIONS

5 5 3 3

09:00A 02:30P 09:15A 02:45P 08:00A 10:30A 08:00A 12:45P

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

ILT 101 ILT 102 ILT 104 ILT 101

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

MATHEMATICS 08076 MTH090 08021 MTH098 08016 MTH126

3 3 4

08:00A 10:30 09:30A 10:45A 09:30A 11:10A

M&W M T W TH M T W TH

WC 206 HGA 026 HGA 010

MALLARD C B GURLEY J S SMITH B E

2

TBA

TBA

BASIC MATH ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA CALCULUS II

MEDICAL ASSISTANT 07307 MAT222 MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION I

MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION 08101 MTR275I INTRO TO COMPUTERS IN TRANS 2 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact sharon.horton@wallacestate.edu 08103 MTR275I INTRO TO COMPUTERS IN TRANS 2 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact sharon.horton@wallacestate.edu PSYCHOLOGY 10205 PSY200 10217 PSY200I

GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 08:00A 12:00P SAT GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 3 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact susan.orear@wallacestate.edu

PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT 10308 PTA240 PHYSICAL DISABILITIES I

2

04:00P 06:00P

TU & TH

FUQUA T L

HORTON S G TBH 404

HORTON S G

CS 002

BRINDLE A W OREAR S J

TBH 000

CRAWFORD R M

ILT 101

HENDRIX W J

MINI TERM II (OCTOBER 14 - DECEMBER 15) AUTOMOTIVE MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGY 13003 AUT234 INDUSTRIAL MOTOR CONTROLS I

3

08:00A 12:45P

TU & TH

BUSINESS 01709 BUS291

3

TBA

TBA

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

THURS TUES

CS 021 CS 009

FINCHER J C STAFF

ALTERNATING BUS CO-OP I

COMPUTER SCIENCE 02539 CIS146 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3 02535 CIS269 HARDWARE SUPPORT 3 Hybrid Course; Orientation 8/2/10, 12:00pm

ATCHLEY B P

CRIMINAL JUSTICE 03209 CRJ220 CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION 03210 CRJ230 CRIMINALISTICS

3 3

05:00P 09:30P 05:00P 09:30P

MON WED

GS 007 GS 007

HOWELL R W HALL T D

ENGLISH 04829 ENG102 04861 ENG102

3 3

12:30P 03:00P 08:00A 12:00P

M&W SAT

CS 004 CS 003

STAFF NARRELL T G

INTRODUCTION TO GEOLOGY II 4 Hybrid Course; Orientation 10/14/10, 12:00pm

04:00P 07:00P

THURS

SCI 203

O'LEARY C

GEOLOGY 05602 GLY102

ENGLISH COMPOSITION II ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

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COURSE COURSE NAME

CR

TIME

DAYS

HEALTHCARE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 06106 HIT115 PATHOPHYSIOLOGY & PHARMACOLOGY 4 12:00P 03:20P TU & TH 06107 HIT115I PATHOPHYSIOLOGY & PHARM 4 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact donna.stanley@wallacestate.edu 06109 HIT115I PATHOPHYSIOLOGY & PHARM 4 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact donna.stanley@wallacestate.edu 06114 HIT153I HEALTH CARE DELIVERY SYSTEMS 3 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact donna.conn@wallacestate.edu

LOCATION INSTRUCTOR TBH 408

STANLEY D S STANLEY D S STANLEY D S CONN D T

HUMAN SERVICES 06508 HUS101

INTRODUCTION TO HUMAN SERVICES

3

01:00P 03:30P

TU & TH

TBH 604

BECK S K

HISTORY 06024 HIS102

WESTERN CIVILIZATION II

3

08:00A 12:00P

SAT

CS 005

HOLCOMB S M

INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS TECHNOLOGY 06711 ILT107 CONCEPTS OF ALTERNATING CURRNT 06713 ILT113 CONCEPTS OF ELECTRONIC CIRCUIT 06715 ILT130 PC SOFTWARE INSTALL & MAINTENA 06716 ILT197 MOTOR CONTROLS I

5 5 3 3

09:00A 02:30P 09:15A 02:45P 08:00A 10:30A 08:00A 12:45P

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

ILT 101 ILT 102 ILT 104 ILT 101

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

MATHEMATICS 08077 MTH098 08033 MTH100 08017 MTH227

3 3 4

08:00A 10:30A 09:30A 10:45A 09:30A 11:10A

M&W M T W TH M T W TH

WC 206 HGA026 HGA010

MALLARD C B GURLEY J S SMITH B E

ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA INTERMEDIATE COLLEGE ALGEBRA CALCULUS III

MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION 08102 MTR170I BASIC MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION 3 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact sharon.horton@wallacestate.edu 08106 MTR170I BASIC MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION 3 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact sharon.horton@wallacestate.edu PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT 10309 PTA241 PHYSICAL DISABILITIES II PSYCHOLOGY 10206 PSY210 10218 PSY210I

2

04:00P 06:00P

TU & TH

HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT 3 08:00A 12:00P SAT HUMAN GROWTH & DEVELOPMENT 3 TBA TBA Online Course; For course information, contact susan.orear@wallacestate.edu

HORTON S G HORTON S G

TBH 000

CRAWFORD R M

CS 002

HUGHES J P OREAR S J

Interested in writing? Join the staff of The Mane Issue. Offered as credit (see MCM 113), or participate as a volunteer. For more information, contact kristen.holmes@wallacestate.edu.

Learn to Play Golf! Sponsored by the Wallace State Future Foundation Brett Wetterich Fund and the PGA’s Play Golf America Program. Location: Cullman Municipal Golf Course Instructor: Ches Harris, PGA Professional and Cullman Golf Course Director Non-Credit Fee: $50/person for 3 classes. Includes one day green fees and use of cart. Golf clubs are available for use during the class. For-Credit Option: Take a golf class for credit and receive a tuition waiver. Forms are available in the WSCC Financial Aid Office. Classes are held on three consecutive Saturdays, from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m., covering pre-shot fundamentals, irons and woods, and putting and chipping. To register or for more information, call 256/352-8243. Fall Semester 2010 Schedule of Classes • page 38


2011 MISS WALLACE STATE PAGEANT SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 14 • 3:00 P.M. The Miss Wallace State Preliminary is a scholarship pageant that offers over $2,000 in cash and in-kind scholarships to participants each year. It is a part of the Miss America Organization that provides millions of dollars in scholarship money to contestants throughout the United States. Miss Wallace State 2011 will compete for the title of Miss Alabama in June 2011 at Samford University. A mandatory Contestant Orientation will be conducted on Tuesday, September 21, 2010 at 3:00 p.m. in the 2nd Floor Conference Room of the Burrow Center. All materials, forms, and information will be provided at that time. Contestants who are unable to attend due to work or class MUST contact Suzanne Harbin (352-8144) or Rob Metcalf (352-8250) BEFORE the Orientation. The deadline to enter the 2011 Miss WSCC Pageant is: Monday, October 18, 2010. For more information, visit www.wallacestate.edu/misswallacestate.

WALLACE STATE CELEBRATES A YEAR OF THE ARTS IN 2010 Upcoming Events Alumni Arts Showcase September 16-17, 2010 Burrow Center Outstanding Alumni Presentations September 17, 2010 Burrow Center Little Shop of Horrors October 28-31, 2010 The Isaacs November 4, 2010 7 p.m. Gloria December 9, 2010 The Nutcracker December 3-4, 2010 For Tickets and Event Information, Visit www.wallacestate.edu/yoa Fall Semester 2010 Schedule of Classes • page 39


Short-Term Skills Training & Continuing Education Wallace State Community College is prepared to conduct training at the times and locations convenient for our Business and Industry partners. We have been serving business and industry throughout the state for more than 40 years. Our staff is dedicated to working with area business and industry to meet their specific training needs. We have scheduled a variety of training courses for this semester. If one of these scheduled courses does not meet your company’s training needs or requirements, we will be glad to work with you to develop one that does. Specially designed classes are monitored by our staff in conjunction with a company representative to ensure that employees reach the company’s stated training outcome. Some of our training subjects include but are not limited to the following: • Leadership Skills • JAVA Software • OSHA Safety • Secretarial Skills • Spanish for the Workforce • Conflict Resolution • Problem Solving • Harassment • Computer Skills for the Workplace (Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint) • Technical Writing • Basic Computer Literacy • Software Design • Graphic Design • Culinary Arts • E-Commerce • Ethics in Healthcare

• CNC (Computer Numerical Control) • Machine Tool/CNC/Machine Shop Skills • Welding • Industry Maintenance • PLC (Programming Logic Controller) • Statistical Process Control (SPC) • CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant) • Blueprint Reading • Lean Manufacturing • Introduction to Metrology • Phlebotomy • CPR • First Aid • Truck Driver Training • CAD/CAM • HVAC • Robotics REGISTRATION INFORMATION Registration for Training for Existing Business and Industry classes is required at least two weeks prior to class start date. Insufficient enrollment may result in course cancellation. Registration is complete once payment has been received. If you would like more information on Training for Existing Business and Industry at WSCC, contact Melinda Edwards at 256/352-8172 or Malinda Morton at 256/352-8394.

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Short-Term Skills Training & Continuing Education To register, please contact Mary Hall at (256) 352-8243 or mary.hall@wallacestate.edu REFUND POLICY It is our policy that NO REFUNDS will be issued one week prior to an individual class or the first class in a series. However, if we cancel a class due to insufficient enrollment, fees will be reimbursed or student may select another class to attend based on space availability.

INSURANCE These courses are online pre-license courses using the WebCT platform. Students will be able to ask the instructor questions and chat with other students taking these courses via the WebCT support system. TBI 777 Online Life and Health (2 month completion) Fee: $150 TBI 778 Online Property and Casualty (2 month completion) Fee: $150 Live classes are also available. TBI 780 Life and Health (4 days/week, 8am-5pm) Fee: $200 TBI 781 Property and Casualty (4 days/week, 8am-5pm) Fee: $200 HOME INSPECTION This course will teach you how to conduct a thorough home inspection from the moment of pulling into the driveway to writing up the final report. After completing the course, you will understand just what is needed to perform an actual home inspection. The course is taught according to ASHI, HAHI, and CREIA Standards of Practice and you will experience an indepth look at each component of a house. You will also learn everything you need in to get into the home inspection business. TBI 782 Certified Home Inspection (Available as an online course or hybrid course with three class meetings) Online Fee: $995 includes books and supplies plus shipping Hybrid Fee: $1595 AUTOCAD FUNDAMENTALS Instructor: Jimmy Hodges This course is designed for students with little or no computer aided design and drafting software experience. Practice drawings are used extensively to demonstrate use of commands and to provide the student with topic-specific drawings for hands-on experience. Topics include applications; creating, storing, and retrieving predefined components; placing, rotation and scaling components; modifying; rubber banding; adding text and dimensions to drawings, multilayering drawings, girds, orthogonal mode; data storage format for writing auxiliary programs; input and output devices; resolution and physical limitations. Classes are located in the Drafting and Electronics Department. Day: Tuesdays and Thursdays October 18, 20, 25, 27 Time: 4:00 - 8:00 p.m. Fee: $285 SHORT-TERM WELDING This 225-hour course provides basic instruction in oxy-fuel cutting (torch cutting) and the student’s choice of shielded metal arc welding (stick welding), MIG wire welding process, or TIG process. Classes located in the Welding Department. Enroll at any time. Day: Monday – Wednesday 5:30– 9:30pm

Time: Fee:

5:30-9:30 p.m. $2,000 WIA Approved

TRUCK DRIVING CERTIFICATE A 4-week instructional program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to drive trucks and buses, delivery vehicles, for-hire vehicles and other commercial vehicles. Classes located in the Diesel Mechanics facility. Day: Monday - Thursday, Call for Dates Fee: $1600 + $200 testing fee and $4 liability insurance fee WIA Approved CUSTOMIZED CONSTRUCTION TRAINING *FREE TUITION FOR THOSE WHO QUALIFY* Must be 18 by the time of employment. Choose from Carpentry, Electrical, HVAC, Masonry, Plumbing or Welding. Day and evening classes available, enroll at any time. WATER MANAGEMENT CERTIFICATE Instructor: Wendy Waldrop This course prepares individuals to apply basic engineering principles and technical skills for use in water storage, water power, and water-water treatment systems. Instruction provided in water storage, power and/or treatment systems and equipment, appropriate testing and inspecting procedure, appropriate system maintenance procedure and report preparation. Day: Tuesdays and Thursdays, call for dates Time: 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. Fee: $1400 (includes textbooks and fees) WIA approved CONVERSATIONAL SPANISH (ONLINE) Online, self-paced, based on Adult Education principles. Work at your own convenience. Start and stop any lesson, anytime to fit your schedule. Courses are active for 120 days (4 months) and are not teacher-led. No prior knowledge of Spanish is necessary. To enroll visit http://wallacestate.edu/command-spanishonline.html.

Fee: $99 per course • Spanish for Financial Institutions • Spanish for Law Enforcement Officers • Spanish for Construction Supervisors • Spanish for the Community • Spanish for Pharmacy Personnel • Spanish for Physicians • Spanish in the Workplace • Spanish for Hospital Nursing • Spanish for Medical Office Nursing • Spanish for Library Personnel • Spanish for Real Estate Sales • Spanish for School Teachers

Fall Semester 2010 Schedule of Classes • page 41


Short-Term Skills Training & Continuing Education LEADERSHIP TRAINING SERIES Instructor: Ken Crow Fee: $49 per class

HEALTHCARE SHORT-TERM TRAINING & CONTINUING EDUCATION

• Polishing Your Leadership Skills Tuesday, September 7, 5-9 p.m.

CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT (10-week program) Instructors: Rhonda Ryan, RN and Krista Phillips, RN Certified Nursing Assistants (CNA) work at the direction of nurses to provide basic patient care and play a critical role in successful healthcare by extending the capability of nurses and doctors to provide better patient care. CNA classes will train individuals to assess patient needs, to interact effectively with the patient, and to make observations regarding a patient's condition and state of mind. FREE Information Session: Tuesday, August 17, 6:00 p.m., Class Schedule: Tuesdays and Thursdays, September 13November 18, 5:00-9:00 p.m. The 26-hour clinical rotation will be on the following three Saturdays. Fee: $790 plus $15 insurance fee (includes textbook and exam fee). WIA Approved. Location: Baseball Stadium Room 100

• Time Management Thursday, September 9, 5-9 p.m. • Problem Solving Tuesday, September 14, 5-9 p.m. • Team Building Thursday, September 16, 5-9 p.m. • Conflict Resolution Tuesday, September 21, 5-9 p.m. • Customer Service Thursday, September 23, 5-9 p.m. • Professional Networking Tuesday, September 28, 5-9 p.m. CABINETRY TBI 787 Installing Factory Made Cabinets • $250 TBI 788 Post Form Top Fabrication • $100 TBI 789 Molding Installation • $135 TBI 790 Building Mantels • $100 TBI 791 Measure and Design Kitchen & Bathroom Cabinets • $75 TBI 792 Building Custom Laminate Countertops • $100 TBI 793 Refacing Cabinets • $250 TBI 794 Replacing Laminate Countertops • $100 TBI 795 Bathroom Cabinet Replacement • $100 TBI 796 Replacing Appliances • $50 TBI 797 Building Basic Bookcases • $200 TBI 798 Building Closet Systems • $100 TBI 799 Building Face Framed Cabinets • $200 TBI 800 Building Euro Cabinets • $200 SERVSAFE TEST-PREP & CERTIFICATION COURSE Instructor: Chef Chris Villa Participants will gain valuable knowledge in the following areas: sanitation, the flow of food, purchasing and receiving, storing foods safely, food preparation, facilities and equipment, regulatory agencies and inspection, and crisis management. The program is designed specifically for food-handling employees of restaurants, hospitals, nursing homes, schools, daycares, and other food service professionals. The intensive 8-hour courses are conducted in two consecutive sessions, ending with the certification exam (must attend both classes to test). It will be required in some counties in the next few years. Check with your local health department for specifics. All courses are held on the last Monday and Tuesday of each month from 3:30-7:30 p.m in the Banquet Hall. Fee: $150 (includes textbook and certification exam)

PHLEBOTOMY TECHNICIAN (7-week program) Instructors: Bonnie Brannan, Stephanie Burden, and Valerie Carter This course is designed to train individuals to collect quality blood samples properly from patient and interact with healthcare personnel. FREE Information Session: Tuesday, December 7, 6:00 p.m., Class Schedule: Tuesdays and Thursdays, January 11February 22, 2011, 5-8:30 p.m. Clinical externships will be coordinated after class completion. Fee: $1,587.50 plus $11.50 insurance fee (includes textbook and exam fee). WIA approved. Location: Tom Bevill Health Building, Rm 506 ACUTE RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME (ARDS) (4 Contact Hours) Instructor: Dr. Ken Crow Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome is breathing failure that can occur in critically ill persons with underlying illnesses. This course will cover the pathology, etiology and general management of patients diagnosed with ARDS. This course is approved for both nurses and respiratory therapists. Date/Time: Friday, September 17, 9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Location: TBH 216 Fee: $40 PULMONARY REHABILITATION, A MULTI-DISCIPLINE APPROACH (4 Contact Hours) Instructor: Dr. Ken Crow Pulmonary rehabilitation is a multi-disciplinary approach that offers individually tailored care plans and progress evaluations, therapeutic exercise activities, emotional support and education. This course will explore the roles of the various team members in the rehabilitation process of patients diagnosed with chronic lung disease. This course is approved for both nurses and respiratory therapists. Day/Time: Friday, October 8, 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Location: TBH 216 Fee: $40

Fall Semester 2010 Schedule of Classes • page 42


Short-Term Skills Training & Continuing Education OVERVIEW OF LYMPH EDEMA, SUGGESTIONS FOR THERAPEUTIC INTERVENTION (3 Contact Hours) Instructor: Tammy Gipson, MS, OTR/L General review of the lymphatic system, understanding types of lymph edema, treatment considerations and options. Training designed specifically for OT/OTA practitioners, PT/PTA practitioners and massage therapists. Date/Time: Friday, October 22, 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Location: TBH 508 Fee: $40 HEALTHCARE PROVIDER CPR (BLS) Instructor: Cindy Dorn Day/Time: Thursday, September 9, 6 p.m.-10 p.m. Location: EMS Department, Bevill Building Fee: $60 + $5 for card payable to instructor

Fall Semester 2010 Schedule of Classes • page 43


enrich your life...

Community Education Wallace State Community Education provides a variety of classes designed to enrich your life. Find a class that interests you, or contact Melinda Edwards at 256/352-8172 to suggest a class or topic. The registration deadline is three days prior to the first day of class. All registration and tuition payment must be completed at the time of registration. There will be no refunds after the registration deadline. Tuition may be paid in person at the Cashier’s Office or by mail; credit cards are accepted in person or by phone. To register or for more information, contact Mary Ann Hall at (256) 352-8243.

art CEU 177• Watercolor Painting and Drawing (Painting Realistic Trees) Thursdays, September 2-16, 9:30 a.m.11:30 a.m. Shop Around the Corner* $30 plus supplies (Call 256/775-1775 for list) CEU 136 • Pastels (Fur Textures) Thursdays, October 7-21, 9:30 a.m.12:30 p.m. Shop Around the Corner* $30 plus supplies (Call 256/775-1775 for list) CEU 178 • Acrylic Painting (Christmas Paintings) Thursdays, November 4-18, 9:30 a.m.11:30 a.m. Shop Around the Corner,* Cullman $30 plus supplies (Call 256/775-1775 for list) *Shop Around the Corner Art Gallery located at 908 2nd Ave. NW, Cullman (next to Captain D’s) CEU 117 • Tour of Evelyn Burrow Museum (FREE) Tuesday, August 24, 10 a.m. Evelyn Burrow Museum The Burrow Museum houses a $9.5 million collection donated to Wallace State Community College by Evelyn Burrow of Cullman, Alabama. Included in the museum are more than 5,000 pieces from around the world acquired over 65 years by Burrow and her late husband, Ottis. This is one of the finest collections of its kind in the world today. Object d’art in the Museum date as far back as the 1600s. Other pieces are so rare they are priceless.

sewing CEU 109 • Home Decorating Sewing Wednesdays, September 1-October 6, 3 p.m.-5 p.m. Commercial Sewing Fee: $55 CEU 128 • Quilting Tuesdays, September 7-28, 5 p.m.-7 p.m. General Studies Building Fee: $40 (supplies required)

computers CEU 404 • PC Overview for Beginners Thursday, September 2, 6 p.m.-8 p.m. Health Science Building, Room 220 Fee: $30 CEU 448 • Office 2007 Thursday, September 9, 6 p.m.-8 p.m. Health Science Building, Room 220 Fee: $30 CEU 401 • Email for Beginners Thursday, September 16, 6 p.m.-8 p.m. Health Science Building, Room 220 Fee: $30 CEU 403 • Microsoft Word for Beginners Thursday, September 23, 6 p.m.-8 p.m. Health Science Building, Room 220 Fee: $30 CEU 402 • Internet for Beginners Thursday, September 30, 6 p.m.-8 p.m. Health Science Building, Room 220 Fee: $30 CEU 168 • Introduction to Linux Thursday, October 7, 6 p.m.-8 p.m. Health Science Building, Room 220 Fee: $30 CEU 433 • Introduction to PowerPoint Thursday, October 14, 6 p.m.-8 p.m. Health Science Building, Room 220 Fee: $30 Fall Semester 2010 Schedule of Classes • page 44

CEU 459 • Introduction to Open Source Software Thursday, October 21, 6 p.m.-8 p.m. Health Science Building, Room 220 Fee: $30

cooking and entertaining CEU 302 • Cake Decorating Thursdays, September 2-October 21 Banquet Hall Fee: $135 (Supplies Required) CEU 317 • Weekly Meal Planning on a Budget Tuesday, August 31, 6 p.m.-8 p.m. General Studies Fee: $30

dance CEU 125 • Ballroom Dancing Tuesdays, September 7-October 12, 6 p.m.-7 p.m. Wellness Center 102A Fee: $30 CEU 129 • Advanced Ballroom Dancing Tuesdays, September 7-October 12, 7 p.m.-8 p.m. Fee: $30


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Community Education Do It Yourself (Home) CEU 516 • Tile Laying Tuesday, September 7 6 p.m.-9 p.m. Construction Department Fee: $40 CEU 517 • Laying Hardwood Flooring Tuesday, September 14, 6 p.m.-9 p.m. Construction Department Fee: $40 CEU 518 • Home Repair Tuesday, September 21 6 p.m.-9 p.m. Construction Department Fee: $40

outdoor topics

photography CEU 105 • Introduction to Digital Photography Tuesdays, September 7-October 12 6 p.m.-8 p.m. General Studies Fee: $75 CEU107 • Advanced Digital Photography Tuesdays, October 19-November 23 6 p.m.-8 p.m. General Studies Fee: $75 CEU 106 • Introduction to Photoshop Elements Thursdays, September 9-October 14, 6 p.m.-8 p.m. Burrow Center, Graphic Arts Department Fee: $75

CEU 724 • Beginning Golf Saturdays, August 21, Sept. 4 & 18 9 a.m.-10 a.m. Cullman Municipal Golf Course Fee: $50 CEU 738 • High School Golf Clinic Tuesday-Thursday, October 5-7 4:00 p.m.-5 p.m. Cullman Municipal Golf Course Fee: $50 CEU 739 • Women’s Golf Clinic Thursdays, September 16, 23, & 30 5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. Cullman Municipal Golf Course Fee: $50

spanish CEU 600 • Conversational Spanish Tuesdays, October 5-26, 6 p.m.- 8 p.m. General Studies Fee: $30

Fall Semester 2010 Schedule of Classes • page 45

other topics CEU 462 • Home/Personal Security Tuesday, September 7 6 p.m.-8 p.m. General Studies Fee: $30 CEU319 • Memoir Writing Thursdays, September 23 and 30 6 p.m.-8 p.m. Fee: $40 CEU 511 • Caring for the Caregiver Thursday, September 16 6 p.m.-8 p.m. General Studies Fee: $30 CEU 320 • Relating to your Grandkids Thursday, October 7 6 p.m.-8 p.m. General Studies Fee: $30


enrich your life...

Lifelong Learning Adult students, age 55 and older, may take the following courses through the Lifelong Learning Center. Some supplies are required and are specified in the course description. There are no requirements other than a minimum age of 55 and an interest in continued learning. To register or for more information, visit the WSCC Admissions Office or call 256/352-8243. Tuition must be paid at the time of registration. Registration must be complete three days prior to the class.

art

computers

CEUS 177 • Water Painting and Drawing Thursdays, September 2-16, 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Location: Shop Around the Corner, Cullman Fee: $25 plus supplies Learn to paint realistic trees. Supplies required. Call 256/7751775 for a list. CEUS 171 • Pastels Thursdays, October 7-27, 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Location: Shop Around the Corner, Cullman Fee: $25 plus supplies Learn how to do fur textures. Supplies required. Call 256/7751775 for a list. CEUS 178 • Acrylic Painting Thursdays, November 4-18, 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Location: Shop Around the Corner, Cullman Fee: $25 plus supplies This class will focus on Christmas paintings. Supplies required. Call 256/775-1775 for a list.

CEUS 179 • Computers for Seniors Mondays, September 13-27, 9 a.m. - 12 p.m. Location: Health Science Lab Registration Deadline: September 10 Fee: $25 This course is for the beginner and is designed to introduce you to the computer. Basic functions of Windows and Microsoft Word will be covered along with personal computer settings. You will also be introduced to the Internet. Class size is limited to 12 students. CEUS 182 • Advanced Computers for Seniors Mondays, October 4-18, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. Location: Health Science Lab Registration Deadline: October 1 Fee: 25 This course will build on the Computers for Seniors class. Students will learn more about the Internet and how to send emails and attachments. Class size is limited to 15 students.

CEUS 117 • Evelyn Burrow Museum Tour (FREE) Tuesday, August 24, 10:00 a.m. Location: Evelyn Burrow Museum Registration Deadline: August 29 Tour the Evelyn Burrow Museum, home to a $9.5 million fine art collection including more than 5,000 pieces from around the world.

photography CEUS 105 • Digital Photography for Seniors Mondays, October 25-November 8, 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. Location: Health Science Lab Registration Deadline: October 22 Fee: $25 Learn how to take your photos from the camera to the computer, edit the red eye and correct mistakes. You will learn how to print your photos and save them to a disc. Bring your camera and enjoy this hands-on class.

Fall Semester 2010 Schedule of Classes • page 46


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All courses run for six weeks (with a 10-day grace period at the end). Courses are project-oriented and include lessons, quizzes, ion hands-on assignments, discussion areas, supplementary links, and more. You can complete any course entirely from your home or office. Any time of the day or night. How to Get Started: -Visit our Online Instruction Center: www.ed2go.com/wscc/wfd/

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-Click the Courses link, choose the department and course title you are interested in and select the Enrollll Now button. Follow the instructions to enroll and pay for your course. Here you will enter your email and choose a password that will grant you access to theClassroom. -When your course starts, return to our Online Instruction Center and click the Cllassroom link. To begin your studies, simply log in with your e-mail and the password you selected during enrollment.

Creating Web Pages Learn the basics of HTML so you can design, create, and post your very own site on the Web.

Introduction to Microsoft Word Learn how to create and modify documents with the world's most popular word processor.

Accounting Fundamentals

Project Management Fundamentals

Gain a marketable new skill by learning the basics of double-entry bookkeeping, financial reporting, and more.

Gain the skills you'll need to succeed in the fast-growing field of project management.

Speed Spanish

Computer Skills for the Workplace

Learn six easy recipes to glue Spanish words together into sentences, and you'll be speaking Spanish in no time.

Gain a working knowledge of the computer skills you'll need to succeed in today's job market.

A to Z Grantwriting

Introduction to Dreamweaver

Learn how to research and develop relationships with potential funding sources, organize grantwriting campaigns, and prepare proposals.

Harness the broad range of capabilities Dreamweaver brings to Web development.

Introduction to QuickBooks Learn how to quickly and efficiently gain control over the financial aspects of your business.

Grammar Refresher Gain confidence in your ability to produce clean, grammatically correct documents and speeches.

Intermediate Microsoft Excel

xExpert Instructor x24-Hour Access xOnline Discussion Areas x6 Weeks of Instruction

New course sessions begin monthly. Please visit our Online Instruction Center to see exact start dates for the courses that interest you. Enroll Now!

Introduction to PC Troubleshooting Learn to decipher and solve almost any problem with your PC.

Introduction to PowerPoint Build impressive slide presentations filled with text, images, video, audio, charts, and more.

Creating Web Pages II

Work faster and more productively with Excel's most powerful tools.

Learn to develop polished and interactive pages complete with tables, forms, frames, audio, and CSS.

Real Estate Investing

Discover Digital Photography

Build and protect your wealth by investing in real estate.

Learn More...

Visit our Online Instruction Center today!

www.ed2go.com/wscc/ wfd/

or call:

(256) 352-8172

Courses Start as Low as:

$95 Requirements: All courses require Internet access,

An informative introduction to the fascinating world of digital photography equipment.

MORE COURSES AVAIILABLE AT OUR ONLINE INSTRUCTION CENTER Professional Development http://www.ed2go.com/wscc-wfd/ Special Interest/Hobby http://www.ed2go.com/wallacestatece/

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Non-Profit Org. U.S. Postage PAID Cullman, AL Permit #17

The Wallace State Community College campus is located in the heart of North Alabama, eight miles south of Cullman, on U.S. Highway 31 within the city limits of Hanceville. Students who commute find it convenient because of its strategic location - 60 miles south of Huntsville, 40 miles south of Decatur, and 45 miles north of Birmingham, off U.S. Interstate 65.

Wallace State Center at Hayden High School Hayden, AL Wallace State Center at J.B. Pennington High School Blountsville, AL

801 Main Street NW • Hanceville, AL 35077

Wallace State Center at Addison High School Addison, AL

256/352-8000 www.wallacestate.edu

Wallace State Center at Brewer High School Eva, AL

A life less ordinary.

For information about off campus centers, call 256/352-8050 or 256/352-8236.

Fall Schedule 2010

Wallace State Fall 2010 Schedule  

Wallace State Community College - Fall 2010 Schedule

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