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200 Victory Drive
Cherokee, Iowa
712.225.0238
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Cherokee Campus
200 Victory Drive
Cherokee, Iowa
712.225.0238
Denison Campus
Like us on Facebook 11 North 35th
Denison, Iowa
712.263.3419
Le Mars
25 5th Ave., NW
Le Mars, Iowa
712.274.8733 ext. 6473
Beltway Center
3415 Highway 75 North
Sioux City, Iowa
712.274.6449

Cherokee Campus

Through a community partnership, the Cherokee campus and conference center was constructed and opened in 1996. The facility boasts many amenities including: a 187-seat auditorium, computer training lab, applied technology lab for technical training such as auto mechanics and construction trades, ICN classroom, six general classrooms, learning assessment area, adjunct faculty offices, library, general science lab for biology, chemistry and physics courses, and 8000 square-foot, multi-use conference center hall equipped with catering kitchen, to host trade shows, conferences, banquets and seminars.

The Cherokee office is open Monday - Thursday from 8am - 7pm and Friday 8am - 4:30pm.

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PSY-111-40
Introduction to Psychology
8/22-12/19
Cherokee
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
No book required - embedded in course
CEWT TBA-ICN LEC MWF 08:00AM 08:50AM
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Dvorkin
Credits: 3.00
ECB: $ 49.75
Tuition: $ 546 / $ 549
PSY-111-41
Introduction to Psychology
8/22-12/19
Cherokee
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
No book required - embedded in course
CEWT TBA-ICN LEC TTH 08:00AM 09:15AM
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Klatt
Credits: 3.00
ECB: $ 49.75
Tuition: $ 546 / $ 549
PSY-111-703
Introduction to Psychology
8/22-12/19
Cherokee
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
No book required - embedded in course
CEWT TBA-ICN LEC T 06:00PM 07:15PM
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Muhlbauer
Credits: 3.00
ECB: $ 49.75
Tuition: $ 546 / $ 549
PSY-241-40
Abnormal Psychology
8/22-12/19
Cherokee
This course will introduce student to theories of psychopathology and behavioral changes associated with abnormal behavior. Emphasis on ethical issues of diagnosis and treatment, and major diagnostic categories such as schizophrenia, organic brain disorders, and personality disorders.
No book required - embedded in course
CEWT TBA-ICN LEC TH 06:00PM 08:50PM
Prereq: PSY-111;
Coreq: None
Instructor: Bappe
Credits: 3.00
ECB: $ 53.00
Tuition: $ 546 / $ 549
SDV-108-740
The College Experience
8/22-10/22
Cherokee
This course introduces students to the College's expectations, environment, and resources so that students may become more competent participants in the learning process.
No Book Required
LEC M 03:00PM 03:50PM
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1.00
Fee: $ 35.00
Tuition: $ 182 / $ 183
SOC-110-40
Introduction to Sociology
8/22-12/19
Cherokee
This course is a survey of the fundamental concepts used in the study of human social interaction with emphasis on group aspects of social behavior. Subject areas include research methods, theory, culture and social structure, socialization, groups and formal organizations, deviance and social control, stratification, race and ethnicity (including whiteness), major social institutions, and social change.
CEWT TBA-ICN LEC MWF 10:00AM 10:50AM
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Jenkins
Credits: 3.00
Tuition: $ 546 / $ 549
SOC-210-40
Men, Women and Society
8/22-12/19
Cherokee
This interdisciplinary course is designed for first or second year students to explore men?s and women?s experiences in American society and the role that ideas about sexual differences have played in shaping those experiences. Areas of inquiry will include, but are not limited to, the following: the construction of gender roles and sexuality; the relationship between gender and other social, political, and legal structures and institutions; and the interplay of gender with race, class, and ethnicity in cultural perceptions and expectations of both men and women. This course will strive to assist students in formulating questions about gender as it relates to their on-going work in various disciplines across the curriculum.
CEWT TBA-ICN LEC TH 06:00PM 08:50PM
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Wessman
Credits: 3.00
Tuition: $ 546 / $ 549
SPC-112-40
Public Speaking
8/22-12/19
Cherokee
The course combines theory of speech communication with public speech performance skills. Emphasis is on speech delivery, preparation, organization, support, and audience analysis. Practice of skills is through presentation and exercise.
No book required - embedded in course
CEWT TBA-ICN LEC TTH 11:00AM 12:15PM
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: McCoy
Credits: 3.00
ECB: $ 13.50
Tuition: $ 546 / $ 549
WEL-120-40
Oxy Fuel Welding and Cutting
8/22-12/19
Cherokee
In this course students will learn the fundamentals of oxy/fuel welding including the safe operation, proper setup, and welding and metal cutting skills. Topics include fusion welding and brazing on light gauge metals, as well as cutting on heavy and light gauge metals.
CEWT 401 LEC W 12:00PM 12:50PM
CEWT 401 LAB3 W 12:50PM 02:00PM
LAB3 T 01:55PM 03:15PM
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2.00
Fee: $ 80.00
Tuition: $ 364 / $ 366
WEL-147-40
ARC Welding Intro
8/22-12/19
Cherokee
This is the first of two courses designed for students to prepare for the AWS Certification. A combined lecture and lab course, students study safety, heat settings, polarity, and the proper selection of electrodes in the arc welding process. Topics include welding on carbon steel plate, use of visual inspection and destructive testing according to the AWS D 1.1 code.
CEWT 401 LEC TH 12:45PM 01:45PM
CEWT 401 LAB2 TH 01:45PM 03:15PM
CEWT 401 LAB2 M 12:45PM 03:15PM
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3.00
Fee: $ 60.00
Tuition: $ 546 / $ 549
WEL-425-40
Measuring, Layout, & Applied
8/22-12/19
Cherokee
This course combines lecture and lab activities to present basic measuring and layout tools used extensively by industry, as well as application of basic symbols. It emphasizes hands-on applications, accurate measurements techniques and proper use of tools and interpretation of basic weld symbols.
CEWT 401 LEC T 12:45PM 01:45PM
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1.00
Tuition: $ 182 / $ 183
CCPR-1033-B08
BLS Provider Course
9/12
Cherokee
Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider Course The goal of the Basic Life Support (BLS) Course is to train participants to save lives of victims in cardiac arresst through high-quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). The American Heart Association (AHA) designed the BLS Course to teach healthcare professionals how to perform high-quality CPR individually or as part of a team. BLS skills are applicable to any healthcare setting. BLS students will learn rescue techniques for adults, children, and infants. At the end of the BLS Course, students will be able to: - Describe the importance of high-quality CPR and its impact on survival - Describe all of the steps of the Chain of Survival - Apply the BLS concepts of the Chain of Survival - Recognize the signs of someone needing CPR - Perform high-quality CPR for an adult - Describe the importance of early use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) - Demonstrate the appropriate use of an AED - Provide effective ventilation by using a barrier device - Perform high-quality CPR for a child - Perform high-quality CPR for an infant - Describe the importance of teams in multirescue resuscitation - Perform as an effective team member during multirescue CPR - Describe the technique for relief of foreign-body airway obstruction for an adult or child - Describe the technique for relief of foreign-body airway obstruction for an infant Course includes skills practice, skills testing, and a written test. Certification cards will be issued after successfully completing the course; course completion cards must be renewed every two years. All registration fees must be paid at time of registration. A cancelation of fees will only be processed if you notify registration of your wish to withdraw before the class begins.
AWCD*W AWCD*A AWCD*C AWCR*40
CEWT TBA LEC TH 06:00PM 10:00PM
Prereq: BLS Healthcare Provider Book
Coreq: None
Instructor: STAFF
Cost: $ 70.00
CTRA-1004-03
Moped Safety
9/21
Cherokee
Riding a moped is fun, but awareness of safety and the rules of the road is a priority. Fourteen and fifteen year old Iowans are required by law to complete an approved moped safety course prior to being issued a license to operate a moped. Students are advised to bring a sack lunch. Preregistration and prepayment are required.
CERTS*
CEWT 301 LEC S 08:30AM 02:30PM
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Hawkins
Fee: $ 5.00
Cost: $ 40.00
ACC-132-41
Principles of Accounting II
1/16-5/14
Cherokee
This course is a continuation of Principles of Accounting I with the emphasis on partnership, corporation, cost, and management accounting.
CEWT TBA-ICN LEC W 06:00PM 09:40PM
Prereq: ACC-131 Princ of Acct I
Coreq: None
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4.00
Tuition: $ 728 / $ 732
BIO-105-40
Introductory Biology
1/16-5/14
Cherokee
This is a combined lecture and lab course that is a biological concepts survey for non-science majors. Topics covered include biochemistry, molecular and cellular biology, genetics, evolution, plant and animal classification, structure and function and ecology.
CEWT TBA-ICN LEC MW 10:00AM 11:15AM
LAB2 M 01:00PM 02:50PM
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4.00
Fee: $ 25.00
Tuition: $ 728 / $ 732
BIO-151-40
Nutrition
1/16-5/14
Cherokee
This course presents the relationship between proper nutrition and good health. Topics covered include digestion, absorption, and metabolism of carbohydrates, lipids and proteins. Also included are vitamins, minerals, physical activity, maintenance of a healthy body weight, nutritional needs throughout the entire life cycle, and evaluation of nutritional claims.
CEWT TBA-ICN LEC TTH 04:00PM 05:15PM
Prereq: Meet ONE of the following: 1) ACT Composite of 22
Coreq: None
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3.00
Tuition: $ 546 / $ 549
BUS-186-40
Business Law II
1/16-5/14
Cherokee
This course emphasizes the Uniform Commercial Code and its importance to business enterprises and covers property, agency and business organizations. It is a continuation of Business Law I.
LEC T 06:00PM 08:50PM
Prereq: BUS-185;
Coreq: None
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3.00
Tuition: $ 546 / $ 549
CLS-212-703
Diversity
1/16-5/14
Cherokee
This course utilizes an interdisciplinary and intersectional approach to studying gender, race, class, sexuality and other issues of diversity. The curriculum highlights the duality of oppression and privilege and the ways in which race, gender, class and sexuality shape daily life. Special focus is on learning how to demonstrate course concepts as social action. Social justice is practiced as students become educated in these concepts of diversity and engage in diversity conscious social action.
CEWT TBA-ICN LEC M 06:00PM 07:15PM
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3.00
Tuition: $ 546 / $ 549
FLS-142-40
Elementary Spanish II
1/16-5/14
Cherokee
This course is a continuation of FLS 141. It will expand on the learning from FLS 141 and develop a deeper understanding and comprehension of the language and culture. It will improve the student?s ability to interact with aural and written Spanish. It will improve the student?s ability to communicate in both written and spoken form in the language.
CEWT TBA-ICN LEC W 06:00PM 09:40PM
Prereq: FLS-141;
Coreq: None
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4.00
Tuition: $ 728 / $ 732
HIS-152-40
U.S. History Since 1877
1/16-5/14
Cherokee
Surveys the basic forces and events that shaped American life from the Reconstruction era to the present.
CEWT TBA-ICN LEC MW 11:00AM 12:15PM
Prereq: None
Coreq: None
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3.00
Tuition: $ 546 / $ 549
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4647 Stone Avenue
Sioux City, Iowa 51106
Call 800.349.4649 or 712.274.6400
800.352.4649
712.274.6400
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