Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course traces the Western tradition from Antiquity through the seventeenth century. Emphasizes the process of change and the dynamics and interrelationships of events of the major societies, governance, and cultures of the Ancient, Medieval, Renaissance and beginnings of early modern times.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course traces the Western tradition from Antiquity through the seventeenth century. Emphasizes the process of change and the dynamics and interrelationships of events of the major societies, governance, and cultures of the Ancient, Medieval, Renaissance and beginnings of early modern times.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course traces the Western tradition from Antiquity through the seventeenth century. Emphasizes the process of change and the dynamics and interrelationships of events of the major societies, governance, and cultures of the Ancient, Medieval, Renaissance and beginnings of early modern times.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course traces the Western tradition from Antiquity through the seventeenth century. Emphasizes the process of change and the dynamics and interrelationships of events of the major societies, governance, and cultures of the Ancient, Medieval, Renaissance and beginnings of early modern times.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course surveys Western history from the age of Enlightenment in the Eighteenth century to present day.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course surveys Western history from the age of Enlightenment in the Eighteenth century to present day.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course surveys Western history from the age of Enlightenment in the Eighteenth century to present day.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
This course is an introduction to the basic people, issues, movements, and events which shaped the American experience from Pre-Columbian times to the Civil War and Reconstruction.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
This course is an introduction to the basic people, issues, movements, and events which shaped the American experience from Pre-Columbian times to the Civil War and Reconstruction.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
This course is an introduction to the basic people, issues, movements, and events which shaped the American experience from Pre-Columbian times to the Civil War and Reconstruction.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
This course is an introduction to the basic people, issues, movements, and events which shaped the American experience from Pre-Columbian times to the Civil War and Reconstruction.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Surveys the basic forces and events that shaped American life from the Reconstruction era to the present.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Surveys the basic forces and events that shaped American life from the Reconstruction era to the present.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Surveys the basic forces and events that shaped American life from the Reconstruction era to the present.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Surveys the basic forces and events that shaped American life from the Reconstruction era to the present.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Surveys the basic forces and events that shaped American life from the Reconstruction era to the present.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course surveys the historical, geographical and economic context of the development of the Pacific Basin region: Northeast Asia (China, Japan, Korea, Russia, and the Far East), Southeast Asia (Laos, Kampuchea, Vietnam, Thailand, Myanmar, and India). Examines issues such as modernity versus traditional; the conflict between east and west, political authority and economic growth; the United States in the Pacific; and cultural differences of each individual group of people.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course surveys the historical, geographical and economic context of the development of the Pacific Basin region: Northeast Asia (China, Japan, Korea, Russia, and the Far East), Southeast Asia (Laos, Kampuchea, Vietnam, Thailand, Myanmar, and India). Examines issues such as modernity versus traditional; the conflict between east and west, political authority and economic growth; the United States in the Pacific; and cultural differences of each individual group of people.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course provides instruction in the ICD-10 coding system. Students assign ICD-10 codes to medical diagnoses and procedures.
Prerequisites: Take HSC-114  
Co-requisites: Take MAP-123
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course provides instruction in the ICD-10 coding system. Students assign ICD-10 codes to medical diagnoses and procedures.
Prerequisites: Take HSC-114  
Co-requisites: Take MAP-123
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course provides training in using the CPT (Current Procedural Terminology) coding system to report medical procedures information. Students will assign CPT codes to surgical operations and procedures.
Prerequisites: Take HSC-114 HIT-248  
Co-requisites: Take MAP-123
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2
This course provides an overview of the medical coding systems of ICD-10-CM and CPT as well as application of these codes in medical facilities. Students will identify the medical documentation used to determine the correct ICD-10-CM, CPT and HCPCS Level II codes. Students demonstrate use of the coding manuals by assigning codes to medical diagnoses, procedures and services utilizing coding guidelines and compliance regulations.  Medical scenarios and case studies will allow students to practice assigning ICD-10-CM, CPT and HCPCS Level II codes recognizing how these coding systems work together, identifying medical necessity, usage of modifiers while following compliance guidelines and regulations for health care reimbursement, reporting to external agencies for data collection and research.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course provides students the opportunity to create, collect, manage, retrieve, and access medical records using an electronic health record application. Students will use simulation software to record patient demographic and health information produced in a medical facility.
Co-requisites: Take HSC-114
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
This course provides the medical administrative student with hands-on experience in the use of a computerized, medical office, practice management system. The student will create, retrieve and edit patient demographic and doctor and financial files, enter CPT and ICD-9-CM (procedures and diagnoses) codes, enter charges for services, post insurance reimbursement and cash payments, make adjustments and refunds on accounts, generate insurance claims forms, schedule and change appointments and run and analyze practice management reports.
Prerequisites: Take MAP-123  
Co-requisites: Take MAP-141
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
This course is designed to provide information on career options for individuals who are interested in pursuing a career in the health care industry. Students are given opportunities for career exploration through research and projects. Topics include: health care delivery systems, legal and ethical issues, health promotion, wellness, and characteristics of health care workers.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
This course is designed to provide information on career options for individuals who are interested in pursuing a career in the healthcare industry. It includes the study of team dynamics and communication techniques necessary to work and succeed in the healthcare field. Students are given opportunities for career exploration through research and projects utilizing the internet and library databases. Students utilize online literacy tools necessary for taking online courses and for careers in the healthcare industry.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course presents an overview of current issues, concepts, and theories in health. It provides students with well-developed, carefully considered, and sharply opposed points of view on issues in health and society. This course provides both an overview of areas of conflict in health as well as ways of looking at the conflicts. The purpose of this course is to introduce a number of contemporary topics in order to illustrate how controversies are viewed from a healthcare perspective.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course presents an overview of current issues, concepts, and theories in health. It provides students with well-developed, carefully considered, and sharply opposed points of view on issues in health and society. This course provides both an overview of areas of conflict in health as well as ways of looking at the conflicts. The purpose of this course is to introduce a number of contemporary topics in order to illustrate how controversies are viewed from a healthcare perspective.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
This course presents medical terminology as the language of medicine. It also studies spelling, pronunciation and usage, emphasis on word analysis and construction of definitions.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
This course presents medical terminology as the language of medicine. It also studies spelling, pronunciation and usage, emphasis on word analysis and construction of definitions.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
This course presents medical terminology as the language of medicine. It also studies spelling, pronunciation and usage, emphasis on word analysis and construction of definitions.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course presents medical terminology as the language of medicine. It also studies spelling, pronunciation and usage, emphasis on word analysis and construction of definitions.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
This course presents medical terminology as the language of medicine. It also studies spelling, pronunciation and usage, emphasis on word analysis and construction of definitions.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course provides the student with a framework of knowledge to recognize the basic concepts and principles of pharmacology. Major drug classifications and their actions, indications for use, adverse effects, interactions and contraindications for use are explored. Students are introduced to routes of medication administration, dosage calculation, and patient education related to medications.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course provides the student with a framework of knowledge to recognize the basic concepts and principles of pharmacology. Major drug classifications and their actions, indications for use, adverse effects, interactions and contraindications for use are explored. Students are introduced to routes of medication administration, dosage calculation, and patient education related to medications.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is an introduction to a variety of medical and surgical conditions which include etiology, symptoms, diagnostic procedures and treatment. Where it is appropriate, basic pharmacology and effects will be included. Application of therapy according to diagnosis is discussed.
Prerequisites: Take HSC-114 or BIO-168 or BIO-163,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is an introduction to a variety of medical and surgical conditions which include etiology, symptoms, diagnostic procedures and treatment. Where it is appropriate, basic pharmacology and effects will be included. Application of therapy according to diagnosis is discussed.
Prerequisites: Take HSC-114 or BIO-168 or BIO-163,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
Book Fee: $46.75
This course involves the study of team dynamics and communication techniques necessary to promote effective, collaborative team outcomes. Topics include: communication, delegation of responsibilities, goal setting, coaching, conflict resolution, and roles of team members.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course explores the influence of Philosophy, Literature, History, and the Arts on ancient and modern cultures, including the impact of other cultures on America's approach to living.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course explores the influence of Philosophy, Literature, History, and the Arts on ancient and modern cultures, including the impact of other cultures on America's approach to living.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $49.75
This course provides an understanding of the role of mythology in human history throughout the world. The relationships among myth, religion, and culture are explored.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $49.75
This course provides an understanding of the role of mythology in human history throughout the world. The relationships among myth, religion, and culture are explored.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $61.50
This course provides emerging and existing leaders the opportunity to explore the concept of leadership and to develop and improve their leadership skills. This course is designed to use a variety of learning techniques that may include, but not limited to, integration of humanities into the study of leadership, discussion, experiential exercises, film and shared-analysis.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $61.50
This course provides emerging and existing leaders the opportunity to explore the concept of leadership and to develop and improve their leadership skills. This course is designed to use a variety of learning techniques that may include, but not limited to, integration of humanities into the study of leadership, discussion, experiential exercises, film and shared-analysis.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 1
This course introduces the fundamentals of how to use computer technology to accomplish tasks performed by paralegals in a law office.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 4
This course introduces students to various print and electronic legal research media, with a heightened focus on state of Iowa and federal statutory and case law. Students will learn how to carry out legal research assignments using both primary and secondary resources. The methods of updating and expanding research and how to properly cite legal sources in memoranda and other documents will also be presented. Print and electronic methods for finding legal authority will be utilized.
Prerequisites: Take ENG-105 with a C or better  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
This course is study of tort law, including negligent, intentional, and strict liability torts. Students will learn how to draft pleadings, discovery requests, and pretrial documents in tort cases.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course surveys the basic principles of contract law, including capacity, formation, conditions, enforcement, statute of frauds, performance and breach, remedies, defenses, and third-party rights. Portions of the Uniform Commercial Code relating to contracts for the sale of goods will also be discussed. The role of the paralegal in gathering information, researching, and drafting contract documents is emphasized throughout.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Introduces students to the various practice rules of procedure in the civil court system, and the role of a paralegal at every stage of pre-trial litigation. The rules of civil procedure and evidence at both the state and federal level will be emphasized. Topics covered include initial client contact, interviewing, investigation and identification of claims and issues, initiating and responding to the lawsuit, the discovery process, settlement, trial preparation, and preparation and filing of appropriate litigation documents.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $37.25
This course provides an introduction to the study of short fiction, poetry, and drama.
Prerequisites: Take ENG-105,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $37.25
This course provides an introduction to the study of short fiction, poetry, and drama.
Prerequisites: Take ENG-105,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course provides an introduction to the study of short fiction, poetry, and drama.
Prerequisites: Take ENG-105,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $37.25
This course provides an introduction to the study of short fiction, poetry, and drama.
Prerequisites: Take ENG-105,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
This course is a survey of children's literature suitable for elementary education. Focus is on the review and selection of materials. Also emphasized is the role of literature in the child's total development.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
This course is a survey of children's literature suitable for elementary education. Focus is on the review and selection of materials. Also emphasized is the role of literature in the child's total development.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
This course is a survey of children's literature suitable for elementary education. Focus is on the review and selection of materials. Also emphasized is the role of literature in the child's total development.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course surveys American literature from its beginnings through the Civil War.
Prerequisites: Take ENG-105 LIT-101,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
This course offers students a survey of American literature, short story, poetry, and drama, from the Reconstruction era to the present. Major characteristics and influences that help define the genre of American writings and their authors will be examined and analyzed through discussion and written form. Special note is taken to examine voices historically under-represented in this era through writing.
Prerequisites: Take ENG-105 or LIT-101,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $50.75
An introduction to literature of the last three decades, studied in a social and cultural context.
Prerequisites: Take ENG-105 LIT-101  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This is a lecture course that provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to work with patients, patient records, and professional responsibilities in the medical office.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This is a lecture course that provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to work with patients, patient records, and professional responsibilities in the medical office.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course provides training in the preparation of medical reports by combining transcription skills with medical terminology and basic anatomy and physiology knowledge. This includes production of rough draft and finished copy from a variety of medical settings. Prerequisites: ADM 105 Introduction to Keyboarding or 25 gwpm minimum
Prerequisites: Take ADM-105  
Co-requisites: Take HSC-114
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course introduces the major types of medical insurance coverage and reimbursement. This course also emphasizes insurance terminology, and preparation of insurance claims. It includes maintenance of reimbursement and claims records.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course introduces the major types of medical insurance coverage and reimbursement. This course also emphasizes insurance terminology, and preparation of insurance claims. It includes maintenance of reimbursement and claims records.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2
This course introduces principles of medical law, medical ethics, and bioethics. It will emphasize the function of law and ethical issues as it applies to the medical environment.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $15.00
Book Fee: $112.00
This course is designed to reinforce algebraic concepts such as order of operations, exponents, algebraic expressions, polynomials, factoring, linear equations and inequalities, systems of equations, graphing, and applications.
Prerequisites: Recommended minimum ACT Math score of 17 or an ALEKS Assessment score of 17 or an ACT Composite of 20.  Students not meeting the minimum score are strongly encouraged to work with the Comet Learning Center to enhance math skills prior to enrolling in the course.  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $15.00
Book Fee: $112.00
This course is designed to reinforce algebraic concepts such as order of operations, exponents, algebraic expressions, polynomials, factoring, linear equations and inequalities, systems of equations, graphing, and applications.
Prerequisites: Recommended minimum ACT Math score of 17 or an ALEKS Assessment score of 17 or an ACT Composite of 20.  Students not meeting the minimum score are strongly encouraged to work with the Comet Learning Center to enhance math skills prior to enrolling in the course.  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $15.00
Book Fee: $112.00
This course provides a broad mathematical knowledge to calculate, analyze, and solve day-to-day problems. Topics include number theory and the real number system, algebra, graph and data interpretation, calculator usage, mathematical reasoning process, problem solving techniques, probability and statistics, geometry, and consumer mathematics. Additional supplemental instruction for students will be available through the Comet Learning Center using ALEKS as an instructional tool.
Prerequisites: MAT-102 Intermediate Algebra or an ACT Math score of 20 or an ALEKS assessment score of 29 or an ACT Composite score of 22.  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $15.00
Book Fee: $46.75
This course examines underlying concepts and connections in elementary school mathematics. Topics include the number systems, mental computation and estimation, sets, geometry, measurement, algebra, probability, statistics, calculator usage, mathematical reasoning process, problem solving techniques, and historical notes. Additional supplemental instruction for students will be available through the Comet Learning Center using ALEKS as an instructional tool.
Prerequisites: ACT Math Score of 20 or ALEKS of 28.  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $15.00
Book Fee: $46.75
This course examines underlying concepts and connections in elementary school mathematics. Topics include the number systems, mental computation and estimation, sets, geometry, measurement, algebra, probability, statistics, calculator usage, mathematical reasoning process, problem solving techniques, and historical notes. Additional supplemental instruction for students will be available through the Comet Learning Center using ALEKS as an instructional tool.
Prerequisites: ACT Math Score of 20 or ALEKS of 28.  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $15.00
Book Fee: $112.00
This course addresses linear functions and inequalities, quadratics, conics, polynomials and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, linear systems, matrices and determinants. Additional topics may include sequences, series, permutations, combinations, and probability. Completion of Pre-requisite course or alternative assessment required for enrollment.
Prerequisites: MAT-102 Intermediate Algebra or ACT Math Score of 21 or ALEKS assessment score of 32.  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $15.00
Book Fee: $112.00
This course addresses linear functions and inequalities, quadratics, conics, polynomials and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, linear systems, matrices and determinants. Additional topics may include sequences, series, permutations, combinations, and probability. Completion of Pre-requisite course or alternative assessment required for enrollment.
Prerequisites: MAT-102 Intermediate Algebra or ACT Math Score of 21 or ALEKS assessment score of 32.  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $15.00
Book Fee: $112.00
This course addresses linear functions and inequalities, quadratics, conics, polynomials and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, linear systems, matrices and determinants. Additional topics may include sequences, series, permutations, combinations, and probability. Completion of Pre-requisite course or alternative assessment required for enrollment.
Prerequisites: MAT-102 Intermediate Algebra or ACT Math Score of 21 or ALEKS assessment score of 32.  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $15.00
Book Fee: $112.00
This course addresses linear functions and inequalities, quadratics, conics, polynomials and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, linear systems, matrices and determinants. Additional topics may include sequences, series, permutations, combinations, and probability. Completion of Pre-requisite course or alternative assessment required for enrollment.
Prerequisites: MAT-102 Intermediate Algebra or ACT Math Score of 21 or ALEKS assessment score of 32.  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $15.00
Book Fee: $112.00
This course addresses linear functions and inequalities, quadratics, conics, polynomials and rational functions, exponential and logarithmic functions, linear systems, matrices and determinants. Additional topics may include sequences, series, permutations, combinations, and probability. Completion of Pre-requisite course or alternative assessment required for enrollment.
Prerequisites: MAT-102 Intermediate Algebra or ACT Math Score of 21 or ALEKS assessment score of 32.  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $112.00
This course is designed to provide the student with a foundation in statistical concepts and procedures. The emphasis is on descriptive statistics, probability, binomial and normal distributions, elementary sampling theory, hypothesis testing, and linear regression.
Prerequisites: MAT-102 Intermediate Algebra or Higher.  An ACT Math score of 22 or ALEKS assessment score of 33 may be used in lieu of the pre-requisite course.  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $112.00
This course is designed to provide the student with a foundation in statistical concepts and procedures. The emphasis is on descriptive statistics, probability, binomial and normal distributions, elementary sampling theory, hypothesis testing, and linear regression.
Prerequisites: MAT-102 Intermediate Algebra or Higher.  An ACT Math score of 22 or ALEKS assessment score of 33 may be used in lieu of the pre-requisite course.  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $112.00
This course is designed to provide the student with a foundation in statistical concepts and procedures. The emphasis is on descriptive statistics, probability, binomial and normal distributions, elementary sampling theory, hypothesis testing, and linear regression.
Prerequisites: MAT-102 Intermediate Algebra or Higher.  An ACT Math score of 22 or ALEKS assessment score of 33 may be used in lieu of the pre-requisite course.  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $112.00
This course is designed to provide the student with a foundation in statistical concepts and procedures. The emphasis is on descriptive statistics, probability, binomial and normal distributions, elementary sampling theory, hypothesis testing, and linear regression.
Prerequisites: MAT-102 Intermediate Algebra or Higher.  An ACT Math score of 22 or ALEKS assessment score of 33 may be used in lieu of the pre-requisite course.  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
This course addresses theory, techniques, and applications of statistical analyses; descriptive statistics, probability, sampling, estimation, test of hypotheses, ANOVA, linear regression, and nonparametric procedures. Computer skills and use is needed throughout.
Prerequisites: MAT-102 or Higher An ACT Math score of 22 or  an ALEKS assessment score of 33 may be used in lieu of the pre-requisite course.  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 5
This course is a review of analytic geometry and vector valued functions; a study of limits, continuity, differentiation, and integration with emphasis on theory, applications, and computer use throughout the course. An ACT Math score of 26 or demonstrated preparedness through an ALEKS assessment may be used in lieu of the pre-requisite course.
Prerequisites: Take MAT-129 , or have ACT Math of 26 or ALEKS 65.  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
This course is a continued study of integration along with a study of transcendental functions, numerical methods,indeterminate form, improper integration sequences and series, conics, and polar coordinates. Emphasis is placed on theory, applications, and computer use throughout.
Prerequisites: Take MAT-217,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course covers all fundamental arithmetic concepts and more routine algebraic operations. Arithmetic concepts are fractions, percentages, graphing, decimals, ratios, word problems, metrics, areas, and volumes. Algebraic work includes solving simpler equations, proportions, and formula rearrangement.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Add'l Info: Restricted : CTE
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course covers all fundamental arithmetic concepts and more routine algebraic operations. Arithmetic concepts are fractions, percentages, graphing, decimals, ratios, word problems, metrics, areas, and volumes. Algebraic work includes solving simpler equations, proportions, and formula rearrangement.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Add'l Info: Restricted : CTE
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course covers all fundamental arithmetic concepts and more routine algebraic operations. Arithmetic concepts are fractions, percentages, graphing, decimals, ratios, word problems, metrics, areas, and volumes. Algebraic work includes solving simpler equations, proportions, and formula rearrangement.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Add'l Info: Restricted : CTE
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course covers all fundamental arithmetic concepts and more routine algebraic operations. Arithmetic concepts are fractions, percentages, graphing, decimals, ratios, word problems, metrics, areas, and volumes. Algebraic work includes solving simpler equations, proportions, and formula rearrangement.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Add'l Info: Restricted : CTE
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course covers all fundamental arithmetic concepts and more routine algebraic operations. Arithmetic concepts are fractions, percentages, graphing, decimals, ratios, word problems, metrics, areas, and volumes. Algebraic work includes solving simpler equations, proportions, and formula rearrangement.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Add'l Info: Restricted : CTE
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course covers all fundamental arithmetic concepts and more routine algebraic operations. Arithmetic concepts are fractions, percentages, graphing, decimals, ratios, word problems, metrics, areas, and volumes. Algebraic work includes solving simpler equations, proportions, and formula rearrangement.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Add'l Info: Restricted : CTE
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $124.75
This course introduces students to the role of planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling in formal and informal organizations of all sizes. This course presents theoretical bases and real world examples of implementation.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $124.75
This course introduces students to the role of planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling in formal and informal organizations of all sizes. This course presents theoretical bases and real world examples of implementation.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $124.75
This course introduces students to the role of planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling in formal and informal organizations of all sizes. This course presents theoretical bases and real world examples of implementation.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
This course examines first-line supervisors' responsibilities and discusses aspects of leadership. Students learn practical approaches to dealing with supervisor problems, explore the role of the supervisor in a constantly changing environment, and examine models of effective planning.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
This course examines first-line supervisors' responsibilities and discusses aspects of leadership. Students learn practical approaches to dealing with supervisor problems, explore the role of the supervisor in a constantly changing environment, and examine models of effective planning.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is a combination of theoretical and practical approaches to human resource management. Topics include job design, employee selection, employee development, employee appraisal, and employee termination. Additionally, it explores federal statutes relating to EEO, Affirmative Action, OSHA, and labor unions and also addresses employee compensation and fringe benefit packages.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is a combination of theoretical and practical approaches to human resource management. Topics include job design, employee selection, employee development, employee appraisal, and employee termination. Additionally, it explores federal statutes relating to EEO, Affirmative Action, OSHA, and labor unions and also addresses employee compensation and fringe benefit packages.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course enables students to understand the process of developing human resources by providing a thorough analysis of training as it relates to organizational objectives and strategies. It emphasizes the conceptual and practical value of developing training programs, with practical examples provided for both large and small organizations.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course enables students to understand the process of developing human resources by providing a thorough analysis of training as it relates to organizational objectives and strategies. It emphasizes the conceptual and practical value of developing training programs, with practical examples provided for both large and small organizations.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $52.00
This course is based on a comprehensive staffing model that focuses on how to achieve a successful person/job and person/organization match. Components of the model include external influences (economic conditions, labor markets, unions, laws and regulations), staffing support systems (staffing strategy and planning, job analysis, measurement), major staffing activities, (recruitment, selection, employment), and staffing system management. Major federal regulations pertaining to EEO/AA are contained in separate appendices.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $52.00
This course offers an overview of the principles of employment law and practices. It looks at the legal considerations that occur when an employer-employee relationship is established, and permissible activities in handling personnel problems are covered. Significant Supreme Court used as resources.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course identifies the strategies and tools necessary to meet the challenges of a multi-cultural workplace. Students explore behaviors that block organizational and individual effectiveness and will become more aware of their own viewpoints and stereotypes. Workplace cultures explored include but are not limited to a variety of ethnic groups, men and women, gay persons, persons with disabilities, and younger/older workers.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course identifies the strategies and tools necessary to meet the challenges of a multi-cultural workplace. Students explore behaviors that block organizational and individual effectiveness and will become more aware of their own viewpoints and stereotypes. Workplace cultures explored include but are not limited to a variety of ethnic groups, men and women, gay persons, persons with disabilities, and younger/older workers.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
This course covers consumer and organizational buying behavior, targeting market opportunities, developing and managing new products, marketing channels, logistics, and strategic market planning and implementation. This course examines marketing from the consumers' and organizational perspective.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
This course covers consumer and organizational buying behavior, targeting market opportunities, developing and managing new products, marketing channels, logistics, and strategic market planning and implementation. This course examines marketing from the consumers' and organizational perspective.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course covers consumer and organizational buying behavior, targeting market opportunities, developing and managing new products, marketing channels, logistics, and strategic market planning and implementation. This course examines marketing from the consumers' and organizational perspective.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
This course covers consumer and organizational buying behavior, targeting market opportunities, developing and managing new products, marketing channels, logistics, and strategic market planning and implementation. This course examines marketing from the consumers' and organizational perspective.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
This course introduces the basic fundamentals of selling. The significant role of selling in our economy is stressed. Effective methods and procedures dealing with how to sell ethically and how to build long-term relationships with customers will be covered.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
This course covers the functions of advertising including advertising objectives, targeting the advertising to the identified consumer, designing the complete campaign strategy, budgeting the campaign, selecting the media, scheduling the campaign, and writing headlines and copy. MKT-110 Principles of Marketing is recommended prior to this course.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
This course gives students a basic understanding of merchandising, retail formats, retail locations, fashion merchandising, merchandise resources, productivity, merchandise accounting, inventory valuation, pricing, planning sales and inventory, purchase terms, store layout and merchandise presentation will be covered.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $52.00
A survey course that examines the American media forms including journalism, broadcast, public relations and advertising as well as the world wide web. It is designed for a better understanding of the different forms of Mass Media, how they work and how they impact society.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $52.00
A survey course that examines the American media forms including journalism, broadcast, public relations and advertising as well as the world wide web. It is designed for a better understanding of the different forms of Mass Media, how they work and how they impact society.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $52.00
A general course designed to make the student more aware of musical form, media, genres, musical periods, and the essential role of music in life and culture. Emphasizes the development of tools for intelligent listening and appreciation.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $52.00
A general course designed to make the student more aware of musical form, media, genres, musical periods, and the essential role of music in life and culture. Emphasizes the development of tools for intelligent listening and appreciation.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $52.00
A general course designed to make the student more aware of musical form, media, genres, musical periods, and the essential role of music in life and culture. Emphasizes the development of tools for intelligent listening and appreciation.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $52.00
A general course designed to make the student more aware of musical form, media, genres, musical periods, and the essential role of music in life and culture. Emphasizes the development of tools for intelligent listening and appreciation.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $52.00
A general course designed to make the student more aware of musical form, media, genres, musical periods, and the essential role of music in life and culture. Emphasizes the development of tools for intelligent listening and appreciation.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $52.00
A general course designed to make the student more aware of musical form, media, genres, musical periods, and the essential role of music in life and culture. Emphasizes the development of tools for intelligent listening and appreciation.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $52.00
A general course designed to make the student more aware of musical form, media, genres, musical periods, and the essential role of music in life and culture. Emphasizes the development of tools for intelligent listening and appreciation.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Sporrer
Credits: 4
This course is the first in a series of three that provides students with the skills and knowledge necessary to implement a core Windows Server 2012 Infrastructure into an existing enterprise environment. This course focuses on mastery of core services such as Active Directory and networking services.
Prerequisites: Take NET-170  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB3 WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Silbernagel
Credits: 3
In this course, students will learn the fundamentals of local area and wide area networking, define networks with the OSI Model and understand wired and wireless networks. In addition, students will also understand Internet Protocol, implementing TCP/IP, and working with networking services. The course focuses on non brand specific products and implementations. After taking this course, students will be better prepared for Comptia's Network+ Exam.
Prerequisites: Take NET-121  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Sporrer
Credits: 3
This course introduces the student to the Python language. Students will learn to automate tools, create simple programs, and graphical user interfaces. Topics include Python language components, control flow constructs, strings, I/O, collections, classes, modules, and regular expressions.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Sporrer
Credits: 3
This course introduces basic Unix/Linux commands and usage. It focuses on securely installing and operating in a command/shell environment in Linux. Students learn how to secure the base operating system, secure connections to the hosts and test the overall security of the Linux box.
Prerequisites: Take NET-423 OR NET-161 OR NET-121  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Sporrer
Credits: 3
This course enables students to design secure networks, configure network security devices, and harden Windows and Linux hosts.  Students will learn how to implement firewall rules, configure Intrusion Detection Systems, and VPNs.  Students will also configure system security by following best practices regarding user and file permissions, virus attacks, security templates, and patch management.
Prerequisites: Take NET-612  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Schnee
Credits: 3
n this course students will learn the fundamentals of incident response team development and management, evidence handling, and the technical skills necessary to locate appropriate evidence.  Students need to be aware of how best to protect businesses through the development of incident response policies as well as operational procedures to handle and analyze these incidents.  Students will also learn methods to maintain IT function during disaster, and recovery afterwards.
Prerequisites: Take NET-730  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Schnee
Credits: 3
In this course, students will learn the duties of a cybersecurity analyst. Students are introduced to tools and tactics to manage cybersecurity risks, identify various types of common threats, evaluate the organization's security, collect and analyze cybersecurity intelligence, and handle incidents as they occur. This course prepares students for the Comptia CySA+ exam.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Sporrer
Credits: 3
This course enables students to use the complete set of skills they have learned in the courses that comprise the Cyber Security and Digital Crime program. By completing a computer forensics project and secure network/VPN project, students are able to demonstrate the ability to create and implement policies and procedures, monitor an active network, check vulnerabilities to attacks, assess and react to incoming attacks, conduct a digital investigation, create reports and defend their findings.
Prerequisites: Take NET-730 OR NET 424  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 01/13 -02/03/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
This course studies the theory and techniques of coaching the interscholastic athlete and the interscholastic team, as well as the related responsibilities, duties, and problems. This is one of four courses leading to the coaching authorization issued by the Iowa Department of Education as a head coach or assistant coach of any interscholastic athletic activity. Completion of this course after July 2000 fulfills the Iowa State coaching endorsement ethics requirement.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -02/03/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
This course studies the theory and techniques of coaching the interscholastic athlete and the interscholastic team, as well as the related responsibilities, duties, and problems. This is one of four courses leading to the coaching authorization issued by the Iowa Department of Education as a head coach or assistant coach of any interscholastic athletic activity. Completion of this course after July 2000 fulfills the Iowa State coaching endorsement ethics requirement.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
This course introduces a broad spectrum of philosophical questions and perspectives, with an emphasis on the systematic questioning of basic assumptions about reality, knowledge, meaning, and values.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
This course introduces a broad spectrum of philosophical questions and perspectives, with an emphasis on the systematic questioning of basic assumptions about reality, knowledge, meaning, and values.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course introduces a broad spectrum of philosophical questions and perspectives, with an emphasis on the systematic questioning of basic assumptions about reality, knowledge, meaning, and values.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course introduces a broad spectrum of philosophical questions and perspectives, with an emphasis on the systematic questioning of basic assumptions about reality, knowledge, meaning, and values.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $42.75
This course introduces fundamental theories of moral behavior, examines important concepts and arguments used in moral reasoning, and applies ethical theories to contemporary personal and social issues.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $42.75
This course introduces fundamental theories of moral behavior, examines important concepts and arguments used in moral reasoning, and applies ethical theories to contemporary personal and social issues.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $42.75
This course introduces fundamental theories of moral behavior, examines important concepts and arguments used in moral reasoning, and applies ethical theories to contemporary personal and social issues.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $42.75
This course introduces fundamental theories of moral behavior, examines important concepts and arguments used in moral reasoning, and applies ethical theories to contemporary personal and social issues.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $42.75
This course introduces fundamental theories of moral behavior, examines important concepts and arguments used in moral reasoning, and applies ethical theories to contemporary personal and social issues.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course introduces fundamental theories of moral behavior, examines important concepts and arguments used in moral reasoning, and applies ethical theories to contemporary personal and social issues.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course introduces fundamental theories of moral behavior, examines important concepts and arguments used in moral reasoning, and applies ethical theories to contemporary personal and social issues.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course introduces fundamental theories of moral behavior, examines important concepts and arguments used in moral reasoning, and applies ethical theories to contemporary personal and social issues.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $42.75
This course introduces fundamental theories of moral behavior, examines important concepts and arguments used in moral reasoning, and applies ethical theories to contemporary personal and social issues.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course introduces the art of thinking as applied to critical evaluation of information, the construction and evaluation of deductive and inductive arguments, and the rational and persuasive defense of ideas.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
This course reviews the laws affecting pharmacy practice. Course highlights include the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act and various federal and state controlled substance acts.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 4
A combined lecture and lab class. Topics covered come from physics, astronomy, chemistry, geology and meteorology. There are no prerequisites. The course is intended to meet the science requirement for non-science majors including elementary education majors.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 4
A combined lecture and lab class. Topics covered come from physics, astronomy, chemistry, geology and meteorology. There are no prerequisites. The course is intended to meet the science requirement for non-science majors including elementary education majors.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $52.00
This course is a physical science course which explores the mysteries of the universe. Through scientific reason, the course will examine the following: the history of astronomy, the planets, stars, nebulae, galaxies, the creation and fate of the universe and our place in it. This course includes amateur observation techniques.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
This is a combined lecture and lab course focusing on the forces acting on bodies and their relationship to friction, motion, momentum, work, and energy in the field of mechanics, fluid mechanics, heat, and thermodynamics.
Co-requisites: Take MAT-121
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
This is a combined lecture and lab course focusing on the forces acting on bodies and their relationship to friction, motion, momentum, work, and energy in the field of mechanics, fluid mechanics, heat, and thermodynamics.
Co-requisites: Take MAT-121
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
This course is a continuation of College Physics I with both lecture and lab focusing on wave motion, sound, optics, electricity and magnetism, quantum physics, relativity, and nuclear physics.
Prerequisites: Take PHY-162,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
This course is a continuation of College Physics I with both lecture and lab focusing on wave motion, sound, optics, electricity and magnetism, quantum physics, relativity, and nuclear physics.
Prerequisites: Take PHY-162,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 5
Course Fee: $25.00
Book Fee: $46.75
This is a lecture and lab course covering vectors, kinematics, Newton's laws, linear and angular momentum, gravitation, energy, fluid mechanics, heat, and thermodynamics.
Co-requisites: Take MAT-211
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 5
Course Fee: $25.00
Book Fee: $46.75
A continuation of Classical Physics I, this is a lecture and lab course covering oscillations, wave motion, sound, electricity, magnetism, and optics.
Prerequisites: Take PHY-212,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 5
Course Fee: $25.00
Book Fee: $46.75
A continuation of Classical Physics I, this is a lecture and lab course covering oscillations, wave motion, sound, electricity, magnetism, and optics.
Prerequisites: Take PHY-212,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
This course is an introduction to the American system of government, including the U.S. Constitution. Basic philosophies, general principles of federalism, civil liberties, public opinion, political parties and interest groups, the electoral process, and the structure and function of national government will be covered.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
This course is an introduction to the American system of government, including the U.S. Constitution. Basic philosophies, general principles of federalism, civil liberties, public opinion, political parties and interest groups, the electoral process, and the structure and function of national government will be covered.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
This course is an introduction to the American system of government, including the U.S. Constitution. Basic philosophies, general principles of federalism, civil liberties, public opinion, political parties and interest groups, the electoral process, and the structure and function of national government will be covered.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $41.75
An analysis of American politics and government at the state, local, and municipal level. Historical developments and operations, the political economy, and cross-comparisons of various state and local governments, with special emphasis on Iowa, will be covered.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
This Course is an introduction to the study of foreign policies, diplomacy, economics, security, and organizations. Current problems in international relations will be addressed.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
This course is a comparison of the governments and politics of major world powers. Specific attention will be paid to political culture, parties, electoral process, and executive, legislative, and judicial systems.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
This course introduces students to the application of psychological theory and practice to the work place. The course includes a variety of human relations skills and diversity with an emphasis on practical application. Attention is given to workforce dynamics with a focus on conflict resolution, leadership skills, and interpersonal communication, as they relate to family, work and day-to-day experiences.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course introduces students to the application of psychological theory and practice to the work place. The course includes a variety of human relations skills and diversity with an emphasis on practical application. Attention is given to workforce dynamics with a focus on conflict resolution, leadership skills, and interpersonal communication, as they relate to family, work and day-to-day experiences.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course introduces students to the application of psychological theory and practice to the work place. The course includes a variety of human relations skills and diversity with an emphasis on practical application. Attention is given to workforce dynamics with a focus on conflict resolution, leadership skills, and interpersonal communication, as they relate to family, work and day-to-day experiences.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $66.25
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on psychological theories. This course explains the importance of evidence-based approaches in practice and literature. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $66.25
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on psychological theories. This course explains the importance of evidence-based approaches in practice and literature. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $66.25
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on psychological theories. This course explains the importance of evidence-based approaches in practice and literature. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $66.25
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on psychological theories. This course explains the importance of evidence-based approaches in practice and literature. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $66.25
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on psychological theories. This course explains the importance of evidence-based approaches in practice and literature. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $66.25
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on psychological theories. This course explains the importance of evidence-based approaches in practice and literature. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on psychological theories. This course explains the importance of evidence-based approaches in practice and literature. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on psychological theories. This course explains the importance of evidence-based approaches in practice and literature. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on psychological theories. This course explains the importance of evidence-based approaches in practice and literature. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on psychological theories. This course explains the importance of evidence-based approaches in practice and literature. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on psychological theories. This course explains the importance of evidence-based approaches in practice and literature. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on psychological theories. This course explains the importance of evidence-based approaches in practice and literature. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on psychological theories. This course explains the importance of evidence-based approaches in practice and literature. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on psychological theories. This course explains the importance of evidence-based approaches in practice and literature. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on psychological theories. This course explains the importance of evidence-based approaches in practice and literature. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on psychological theories. This course explains the importance of evidence-based approaches in practice and literature. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on psychological theories. This course explains the importance of evidence-based approaches in practice and literature. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $66.25
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on psychological theories. This course explains the importance of evidence-based approaches in practice and literature. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $66.25
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on psychological theories. This course explains the importance of evidence-based approaches in practice and literature. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
This course examines the process of human development. It covers the entirety of people's life span from embryogenesis to death through the biopsychosocial lens.
Prerequisites: Take PSY-111,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
This course examines the process of human development. It covers the entirety of people's life span from embryogenesis to death through the biopsychosocial lens.
Prerequisites: Take PSY-111,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
This course examines the process of human development. It covers the entirety of people's life span from embryogenesis to death through the biopsychosocial lens.
Prerequisites: Take PSY-111,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course examines the process of human development. It covers the entirety of people's life span from embryogenesis to death through the biopsychosocial lens.
Prerequisites: Take PSY-111,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course examines the process of human development. It covers the entirety of people's life span from embryogenesis to death through the biopsychosocial lens.
Prerequisites: Take PSY-111,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course examines the process of human development. It covers the entirety of people's life span from embryogenesis to death through the biopsychosocial lens.
Prerequisites: Take PSY-111,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
This course examines the process of human development. It covers the entirety of people's life span from embryogenesis to death through the biopsychosocial lens.
Prerequisites: Take PSY-111,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is design for students to analyze psychological development of the child in relation to the biological, physical, and sociological antecedent conditions from prenatal to adolescent stages. Emphasis on contemporary theories of child psychology, including: physical growth and development, personality and social learning, cognition and perception, and language development.
Prerequisites: Take PSY-111,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is design for students to analyze psychological development of the child in relation to the biological, physical, and sociological antecedent conditions from prenatal to adolescent stages. Emphasis on contemporary theories of child psychology, including: physical growth and development, personality and social learning, cognition and perception, and language development.
Prerequisites: Take PSY-111,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
This course explores the rapid physical, social, emotional, and cognitive changes of adolescents. Students distinguish myths about adolescence from research findings and examine the importance of cultural and historical factors in this crucial transition from childhood to adulthood.
Prerequisites: Take PSY-111,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
This course will introduce students to theories of psychopathology, behavioral changes, and treatments associated with abnormal behavior. All categories and disorders within the DSM-5-TR will be evaluated. Emphasis on the public's view of stigma and misinterpretation of abnormal disorders will also be addressed.
Prerequisites: Take PSY-111,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
This course will introduce students to theories of psychopathology, behavioral changes, and treatments associated with abnormal behavior. All categories and disorders within the DSM-5-TR will be evaluated. Emphasis on the public's view of stigma and misinterpretation of abnormal disorders will also be addressed.
Prerequisites: Take PSY-111,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $52.00
This course will introduce students to theories of psychopathology, behavioral changes, and treatments associated with abnormal behavior. All categories and disorders within the DSM-5-TR will be evaluated. Emphasis on the public's view of stigma and misinterpretation of abnormal disorders will also be addressed.
Prerequisites: Take PSY-111,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $52.00
This course will introduce students to theories of psychopathology, behavioral changes, and treatments associated with abnormal behavior. All categories and disorders within the DSM-5-TR will be evaluated. Emphasis on the public's view of stigma and misinterpretation of abnormal disorders will also be addressed.
Prerequisites: Take PSY-111,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
This course will introduce students to theories of psychopathology, behavioral changes, and treatments associated with abnormal behavior. All categories and disorders within the DSM-5-TR will be evaluated. Emphasis on the public's view of stigma and misinterpretation of abnormal disorders will also be addressed.
Prerequisites: Take PSY-111,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $40.00
The course studies interpersonal relations, social attitudes, group dynamics, inter-group relations, class and cultural influences in a psychological context.
Prerequisites: Take PSY-111,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $40.00
The course studies interpersonal relations, social attitudes, group dynamics, inter-group relations, class and cultural influences in a psychological context.
Prerequisites: Take PSY-111,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Human Sexuality focuses on normal sexual development, human sexual responses, and common sexual problems. It provides factual information on human sexuality and raises practical questions about human sexual behavior. It also helps students examine and evaluate their views and values concerning sexual behavior.
Prerequisites: Take PSY-111  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
This course explores the world view, doctrines, and practices of the following major religions: Tribal, Hindu, Buddhist, Confucian/Taoist, Jewish, Christian, Muslim, and New Age. It examines themes such as view of the world, views of God, condition of humankind, requirements for a moral life, etc.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course introduces the practice of the contextual method of reading a text, as applied to the biblical materials. It asks: What genre of writing is this? Who wrote it?  To whom were they writing? What were they trying to say to that audience? The course is not devotional or applicational, but literary and historical.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
This course introduces students to the College's expectations, environment, and resources so that students may become more competent participants in the learning process.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
This course introduces students to the College's expectations, environment, and resources so that students may become more competent participants in the learning process.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
This course introduces students to the College's expectations, environment, and resources so that students may become more competent participants in the learning process.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
This course introduces students to the College's expectations, environment, and resources so that students may become more competent participants in the learning process.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course explores the history and future of social media in relation to marketing, branding and community building. Course content includes discussion of audience engagement, political and social activism, media, advertising and marketing. Current social media tools are used within this course to enhance understanding of the course material.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
This course is a study of selected problems of modern society, primarily in the United States, their nature, development, social courses and alternative solutions. It includes such topic areas as racial and sexual discrimination, urban and rural problems, crime and delinquency, family and generational problems, health and medical care, social deviance, substance abuse and such global problems as population, world hunger and international conflict.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
This course is a study of selected problems of modern society, primarily in the United States, their nature, development, social courses and alternative solutions. It includes such topic areas as racial and sexual discrimination, urban and rural problems, crime and delinquency, family and generational problems, health and medical care, social deviance, substance abuse and such global problems as population, world hunger and international conflict.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
This course is a study of selected problems of modern society, primarily in the United States, their nature, development, social courses and alternative solutions. It includes such topic areas as racial and sexual discrimination, urban and rural problems, crime and delinquency, family and generational problems, health and medical care, social deviance, substance abuse and such global problems as population, world hunger and international conflict.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is a study of selected problems of modern society, primarily in the United States, their nature, development, social courses and alternative solutions. It includes such topic areas as racial and sexual discrimination, urban and rural problems, crime and delinquency, family and generational problems, health and medical care, social deviance, substance abuse and such global problems as population, world hunger and international conflict.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $54.50
This course examines the family as a basic institution. Special focus is given to the marital life cycle: courtship, dating, marriage, the childbearing years, parent-child relationships and marriage during the middle and older years. This course examines the implication of marital dissolution and the family, as they exist under modern social conditions. Focus is given to contemporary variations of the family commonly referred to as intimate relationships (co-habitation, hooking up and gay marriage). This course is a required component for USD, BCU and BVU Social Work transfer programs.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $54.50
This course examines the family as a basic institution. Special focus is given to the marital life cycle: courtship, dating, marriage, the childbearing years, parent-child relationships and marriage during the middle and older years. This course examines the implication of marital dissolution and the family, as they exist under modern social conditions. Focus is given to contemporary variations of the family commonly referred to as intimate relationships (co-habitation, hooking up and gay marriage). This course is a required component for USD, BCU and BVU Social Work transfer programs.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $54.50
This course examines the family as a basic institution. Special focus is given to the marital life cycle: courtship, dating, marriage, the childbearing years, parent-child relationships and marriage during the middle and older years. This course examines the implication of marital dissolution and the family, as they exist under modern social conditions. Focus is given to contemporary variations of the family commonly referred to as intimate relationships (co-habitation, hooking up and gay marriage). This course is a required component for USD, BCU and BVU Social Work transfer programs.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $54.50
This course examines the family as a basic institution. Special focus is given to the marital life cycle: courtship, dating, marriage, the childbearing years, parent-child relationships and marriage during the middle and older years. This course examines the implication of marital dissolution and the family, as they exist under modern social conditions. Focus is given to contemporary variations of the family commonly referred to as intimate relationships (co-habitation, hooking up and gay marriage). This course is a required component for USD, BCU and BVU Social Work transfer programs.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
The conceptual and theoretical framework presented in this course provides students the tools to practice social work in a variety of settings. The format of this class provides a combination of classic theory, new research and applied experience.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
The conceptual and theoretical framework presented in this course provides students the tools to practice social work in a variety of settings. The format of this class provides a combination of classic theory, new research and applied experience.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $52.00
This course acquaints the student with the sociological approach to understanding issues facing diverse populations. This course provides insight into barriers faced by race and ethnic groups and ways in which these barriers are navigated. The study of race and ethnicity includes a comprehensive examination of whiteness as a race, and the privilege of whiteness nationally and globally. Issues of race and ethnicity are presented through a global lens, primarily through theories of Diasporas. Prior completion of SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology is recommended.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course utilizes an interdisciplinary and intersectional approach to studying gender, race, class, sexuality and other markers 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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course utilizes an interdisciplinary and intersectional approach to studying gender, race, class, sexuality and other markers 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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course utilizes an interdisciplinary and intersectional approach to studying gender, race, class, sexuality and other markers 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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course utilizes an interdisciplinary and intersectional approach to studying gender, race, class, sexuality and other markers 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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is a survey of the historical and contemporary use, abuse and addictive nature of ethyl alcohol and the symptomatology and treatment of alcohol dependence. Students will be provided with a basic knowledge of the nature, scope and complexity of alcohol dependence and the wide range of current approaches to its treatment and prevention. Special attention will be given to issues of racial-ethnic and spiritual diversity within the context of alcohol use, abuse and recovery.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
This course provides students with an understanding of the fundamentals of mood-altering chemicals other than ethyl alcohol, and, theories, symptomatology and drug related illnesses (HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C). Students will also gain an understanding of the wide variety of perspectives related to the legality and/or illegality of many mood-altering chemical substances. Varying approaches to treatment and prevention of drug abuse will also be explored. Special attention will be given to issues of racial-ethnic and spiritual diversity within the context of drug use, abuse and recovery.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/12/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course provides students with an understanding of the fundamentals of mood-altering chemicals other than ethyl alcohol, and, theories, symptomatology and drug related illnesses (HIV/AIDS and Hepatitis C). Students will also gain an understanding of the wide variety of perspectives related to the legality and/or illegality of many mood-altering chemical substances. Varying approaches to treatment and prevention of drug abuse will also be explored. Special attention will be given to issues of racial-ethnic and spiritual diversity within the context of drug use, abuse and recovery.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course helps the student be informed on national and global issues of aging. Because of expanded life expectancy, aging is an extended developmental stage with multi-faceted and sometimes conflicting social expectations. This course examines ways in which adults navigate this complex developmental stage. This course is interdisciplinary and includes perspectives from sociology, psychology, social work, anthropology, biology, health science and history.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $87.20
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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $87.20
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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $87.20
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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $87.20
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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $87.20
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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $87.20
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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $87.20
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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $87.20
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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $87.20
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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $87.20
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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $87.20
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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -03/09/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $87.25
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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is an introduction to the principles of intercultural communication with an emphasis on the impact of culture on personal identity and the communication process. Various aspects of co-cultures within the United States are also introduced. Students will acquire knowledge and develop skills to help them communicate with diverse audiences in a variety of communication contexts.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
This course teaches principles of effective communication in one-to-one relationships and in small groups. It focuses on communication theory, listening, self-concept, language, perception, and nonverbal communication.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
This course teaches principles of effective communication in one-to-one relationships and in small groups. It focuses on communication theory, listening, self-concept, language, perception, and nonverbal communication.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course teaches principles of effective communication in one-to-one relationships and in small groups. It focuses on communication theory, listening, self-concept, language, perception, and nonverbal communication.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course teaches principles of effective communication in one-to-one relationships and in small groups. It focuses on communication theory, listening, self-concept, language, perception, and nonverbal communication.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course teaches principles of effective communication in one-to-one relationships and in small groups. It focuses on communication theory, listening, self-concept, language, perception, and nonverbal communication.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $61.50
This course is an introduction to the principles of professional communication. Students will develop, evaluate, and practice tactics to become more effective communicators within a workplace. The course will focus on interpersonal and speaking skills by highlighting organizational communication, verbal and non-verbal behaviors, listening skills, and cultural differences. Students will develop a professional presentation that is relevant, research-based, and appropriately communicated through a variety of communication factors including the feedback loop.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $61.50
This course is an introduction to the principles of professional communication. Students will develop, evaluate, and practice tactics to become more effective communicators within a workplace. The course will focus on interpersonal and speaking skills by highlighting organizational communication, verbal and non-verbal behaviors, listening skills, and cultural differences. Students will develop a professional presentation that is relevant, research-based, and appropriately communicated through a variety of communication factors including the feedback loop.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/13 -05/11/25
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2
This course is designed to assist students in developing the skills necessary to obtain employment, and to learn and practice the skills and attributes required for job success.  Students will practice resume writing, job application completion, and interviewing techniques.  Additionally, students will practice work-place problem solving strategies, and demonstrate skills require to work in a diverse environment.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
This course is designed to acquaint the student with the basic accounting concepts applicable to the operation of a service oriented or retailing sole proprietorship.
Class Times:
RHK LEC MTWTH 09:00AM 09:50AM A202
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
This course is a continuation of Principles of Accounting I with the emphasis on partnership, corporation, cost, and management accounting.
Prerequisites: Take ACC-131 Princ of Acct I  
Class Times:
RHK LEC MTWTH 10:00AM 10:50AM A202
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
This course is a continuation of Principles of Accounting I with the emphasis on partnership, corporation, cost, and management accounting.
Prerequisites: Take ACC-131 Princ of Acct I  
Class Times:
RHK LEC W 06:00PM 09:40PM A244-VPC
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Denison
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
This course is a continuation of Principles of Accounting I with the emphasis on partnership, corporation, cost, and management accounting.
Prerequisites: Take ACC-131 Princ of Acct I  
Class Times:
DNWT LEC W 06:00PM 09:40PM D8
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Cherokee
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
This course is a continuation of Principles of Accounting I with the emphasis on partnership, corporation, cost, and management accounting.
Prerequisites: Take ACC-131 Princ of Acct I  
Class Times:
CEWT LEC W 06:00PM 09:40PM 103
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course presents the payroll accounting methods for computing wages and salaries, calculating deductions, journalizing payroll entries, and preparing federal and state government reports. It emphasizes the timeliness and standard procedures of payroll data reporting required of employers.
Prerequisites: Take ACC-111 Intro to Acct or ACC-131 Princ of Acct I  
Class Times:
RHK LEC M 11:00AM 11:25AM A202
RHK LAB2 M 11:25AM 12:15PM A202
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
This course is an in-depth study of the underlying principles, procedures, and reporting requirements necessary to prepare and interpret financial reports of business entities. Topics covered include liabilities, investments in securities, pension plans, leases, earnings per share, and statement of cash flows.
Prerequisites: Take ACC-231 Intermediate Acct I  
Class Times:
RHK LEC TTH 11:00AM 11:50AM A202
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course utilizes computer software to teach the accounting procedures for service and merchandising businesses. Concepts include processing transactions and generating reports for customers, vendors, inventory, and payroll; generating financial statements; performing closing procedures; and, customizing company setup.
Prerequisites: Take ACC-131 Princ of Acct I or ACC-111 Intro to Acct  
Class Times:
RHK LEC T 06:00PM 06:50PM A450
RHK LAB2 T 06:50PM 07:50PM A450
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is designed for mastery of the alphabetic keyboard. Students will review numeric and symbol keyboard reaches and the formatting of business documents including memorandums, block and modified block letters, reports and tables. Students must take the prerequisite course or type 30 gross words a minute for three minutes with three errors or less. Prerequisites: ADM 105 Introduction to Keyboarding or type 30 gross words a minute for 3 minutes with 3 errors or less.
Prerequisites: Take ADM-105 or pass typing test, see course description  
Class Times:
RHK LEC MWF 09:30AM 10:20AM A450
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course covers the principles of business writing, emphasizing the most important and frequently written business correspondence including business letters, memorandums, and e-mail. Attention is given to logical organization and psychological application of writing procedures as well as proper formatting at the keyboard. Students cover units most appropriate to the needs of their individual programs.
Class Times:
RHK LEC MW 01:00PM 02:15PM A448
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course covers the principles of business writing, emphasizing the most important and frequently written business correspondence including business letters, memorandums, and e-mail. Attention is given to logical organization and psychological application of writing procedures as well as proper formatting at the keyboard. Students cover units most appropriate to the needs of their individual programs.
Class Times:
RHK LEC MWF 09:30AM 10:20AM A448
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course covers the proofreading and editing of handwritten, typewritten, and printed material. Grammar principles including sentence structure and correct usage of all parts of speech are addressed, as well as a strong emphasis on punctuation skills. Students will also learn techniques in utilizing business reference tools and language skills within the context of a business environment.
Class Times:
RHK LEC MWF 08:30AM 09:20AM A450
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course familiarizes the student with the many dimensions of the professional secretary's position in a modern day office, such as personal traits, telephone skills, communication processing capabilities, office supplies and equipment, and material utilization. The specific job skills introduced are utilization of business resources, making travel arrangements, arranging meetings and conferences and performing banking responsibilities. The student will be equipped to handle these functions in a modern day office, and will refine skills associate with communication effectively in the office.
Class Times:
RHK LEC TTH 12:30PM 01:45PM A139
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
The course is a terminal course for office students to demonstrate their knowledge and skills in administrative office procedures and practice. A variety of formats will be used for students to demonstrate proficiencies, including Microsoft Office software review, electronic calendaring and scheduling, proofreading and editing, keyboarding speed and document production, and certification testing. Instructor consent required.
Class Times:
RHK LEC TTH 11:00AM 12:15PM A133
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course provides on-the-job experience on campus or in the business community giving the student experience and practical application of the competencies learned in the Administrative Assistant programs. The internship is coordinated by the college instructor and supervised by an industry professional at the work site. Student must be in the final semester of the program before enrolling in this course. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor, 2.0 cumulative GPA and a C (2.0) or better in core courses as defined by the program advisor. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor, 2.0 cumulative GPA and a C (2.0) or better in core courses as defined by the program advisor.
Class Times:
OTHR LEC OTHR
OTHR OJT OTHR
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Thompson
Credits: 9
Course Fee: $1,245.00
A combined course that includes: classroom, lab, and clinical. Nursing III prepares the student to safely manage the care of clients throughout the lifespan and prepares the student for the role of caregiver, manager, and member of profession from the level of the practical nurse to the registered nurse. Concepts of health, illness, and environment as they relate to nursing practice are discussed. Emphasis is placed on predictable and variable needs of the client utilizing Gordon's Functional Health Patterns within the nursing process. Critical thinking is inherent in the nursing process and incorporated throughout the course. Advisor permission required. Completion of WITCC Practical Nursing Program or valid LPN license and 6-8 hours of anatomy and physiology. Enrollment in the Hybrid course also requires proof that all support courses have been successfully completed.
Class Times:
ADS LEC WTH 08:00AM 10:50AM L432
OJT CLN OJT
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Simpson
Credits: 9
Course Fee: $1,245.00
A combined course that includes: classroom, lab, and clinical. Nursing III prepares the student to safely manage the care of clients throughout the lifespan and prepares the student for the role of caregiver, manager, and member of profession from the level of the practical nurse to the registered nurse. Concepts of health, illness, and environment as they relate to nursing practice are discussed. Emphasis is placed on predictable and variable needs of the client utilizing Gordon's Functional Health Patterns within the nursing process. Critical thinking is inherent in the nursing process and incorporated throughout the course. Advisor permission required. Completion of WITCC Practical Nursing Program or valid LPN license and 6-8 hours of anatomy and physiology. Enrollment in the Hybrid course also requires proof that all support courses have been successfully completed.
Class Times:
ADS LEC WTH 10:00AM 12:50PM L433
OJT CLN OJT
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Norton
Credits: 9
Course Fee: $1,195.00
A combined course that includes: classroom, lab, clinical, and preceptorship. Nursing IV prepares the student to safely manage the care of clients throughout the lifespan and prepares the student to assume the registered nurse (RN) roles of caregiver, manager, and member of profession. Concepts of health, illness, and environment as they relate to nursing practice are discussed. Emphasis is placed on the predictable and variable needs of the client utilizing Gordon's Functional Health Patterns within the nursing process. Critical thinking is inherent in the nursing process and is incorporated throughout the course. Clinical preceptorship provides an opportunity for students to mentor with a RN. Students will practice clinical and leadership skills necessary to successfully transition into the role of an entry-level RN. Focus is placed on the enhancement of leadership and collaboration skills, organization, supervision, delegation, prioritization, and management of multiple clients in an acute care setting. Valid LPN license and advisor permission required.
Prerequisites: Take ADN-621 BIO-186 PSY-241 Valid LPN license and advisor permission  
Co-requisites: Take ADN-235
Class Times:
OJT OJT OJT
RED LEC MT 09:00AM 11:50AM W108
TBA CLN TBA
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Denison
Instructor: Kastner
Credits: 9
Course Fee: $1,195.00
A combined course that includes: classroom, lab, clinical, and preceptorship. Nursing IV prepares the student to safely manage the care of clients throughout the lifespan and prepares the student to assume the registered nurse (RN) roles of caregiver, manager, and member of profession. Concepts of health, illness, and environment as they relate to nursing practice are discussed. Emphasis is placed on the predictable and variable needs of the client utilizing Gordon's Functional Health Patterns within the nursing process. Critical thinking is inherent in the nursing process and is incorporated throughout the course. Clinical preceptorship provides an opportunity for students to mentor with a RN. Students will practice clinical and leadership skills necessary to successfully transition into the role of an entry-level RN. Focus is placed on the enhancement of leadership and collaboration skills, organization, supervision, delegation, prioritization, and management of multiple clients in an acute care setting. Valid LPN license and advisor permission required.
Prerequisites: Take ADN-621 BIO-186 PSY-241 Valid LPN license and advisor permission  
Co-requisites: Take ADN-235
Class Times:
TBA LEC WTH 09:00AM 11:50AM TBA
TBA CLN TBA
OJT OJT OJT
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Hannah
Credits: 9
Course Fee: $1,195.00
A combined course that includes: classroom, lab, clinical, and preceptorship. Nursing IV prepares the student to safely manage the care of clients throughout the lifespan and prepares the student to assume the registered nurse (RN) roles of caregiver, manager, and member of profession. Concepts of health, illness, and environment as they relate to nursing practice are discussed. Emphasis is placed on the predictable and variable needs of the client utilizing Gordon's Functional Health Patterns within the nursing process. Critical thinking is inherent in the nursing process and is incorporated throughout the course. Clinical preceptorship provides an opportunity for students to mentor with a RN. Students will practice clinical and leadership skills necessary to successfully transition into the role of an entry-level RN. Focus is placed on the enhancement of leadership and collaboration skills, organization, supervision, delegation, prioritization, and management of multiple clients in an acute care setting. Valid LPN license and advisor permission required.
Prerequisites: Take ADN-621 BIO-186 PSY-241 Valid LPN license and advisor permission  
Co-requisites: Take ADN-235
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
TBA CLN TBA
OJT OJT OJT
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Oetken
Credits: 3
This course broadly covers soil chemistry and biological characteristics including soil pH, soil nutrient cycles, and key plant nutrients.  The focus is on managing the soil to promote soil quality, economic profitability, and environmental safety.  Emphasis is on developing a sustainable fertility program through testing to develop fertility prescriptions and management plans, choosing fertilizer forms, selecting appropriate application methods, managing application timing, and evaluating the program's effectiveness each season.
Co-requisites: Take AGA 114 or AGA 154
Class Times:
GSM LEC MW 01:00PM 01:00PM C103
GSM LAB2 MW 02:00PM 02:50PM C103
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Oetken
Credits: 3
This course addresses the principles of selling applied to agricultural settings. Examination of agricultural consumers' buying habits and the development of sales strategies to meet these consumers' needs and wants serves as a foundation of the course. Two main activities dominate this course: students spend a day shadowing an agricultural sales professional to observe and report on specific practices, and in a final activity, students prepare and deliver a sales presentation to an agricultural sales professional.
Class Times:
GSM LEC MW 10:30AM 11:45AM C103
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Oetken
Credits: 2
Course Fee: $40.00
In this course, students will utilize operator's manuals to find information concerning the operation, lubrication and adjustment of farm machinery. In addition, students will properly adjust and operate the following equipment: 1) row-crop cultivator; 2) square baler; 3) disk/ harrow; and 4)field cultivator. The course will also address safe handling procedures and the use of herbicides, calibration of the field sprayer for proper operation, and adjusting the grain drill to plant soybeans and small seeds.
Class Times:
GSM LEC TH 10:10AM 11:50AM C103
Dates: 01/15 -03/03/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Oetken
Credits: 3
This lecture course introduces the student to the global animal science industry. All specialized areas of animal science will be studied including nutrition, reproduction, genetics, health, and behavior. All major domesticated species of animals will be available for study.
Class Times:
GSM LEC MTWTH 08:30AM 10:00AM C126
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Erickson
Credits: 2
This course reviews the basic concepts of animal anatomy and physiology in relation to medicine administration. Students are familiarized with veterinary drugs, their modes of administration and specific function in animal body systems.
Prerequisites: Take AGV-121 AGV-156 AGV-176  
Co-requisites: Take AGV-157
Class Times:
GSM LEC TTH 10:30AM 11:20AM C142
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Erickson
Credits: 2
This course provides information regarding animal anatomic landmarks, terminology and the function of body systems. Comparisons of the structure and function of various animals will be conducted.
Prerequisites: Take AGV-121 AGV-156 AGV-176  
Co-requisites: Take AGV-109
Class Times:
GSM LEC TTH 09:30AM 10:20AM C142
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Erickson
Credits: 3
This course introduces the basic knowledge of identifying parasites, urine collection, examining blood samples, identification of animal pathogens, and chemical constituents of body fluids. Through the lecture and lab format, students use hands-on activities to integrate theory with application.
Prerequisites: Take AGV-102 AGV-121 AGV-156 AGV-176  
Co-requisites: Take AGV-109, AGV-157 and AGV-208
Class Times:
GSM LEC TTH 12:00PM 12:50PM C142
GSM LAB2 M 10:50AM 12:30PM C142
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Erickson
Credits: 3
This course introduces the basic knowledge of identifying parasites, urine collection, examining blood samples, identification of animal pathogens, and chemical constituents of body fluids. Through the lecture and lab format, students use hands-on activities to integrate theory with application.
Prerequisites: Take AGV-102 AGV-121 AGV-156 AGV-176  
Co-requisites: Take AGV-109, AGV-157 and AGV-208
Class Times:
GSM LEC TTH 12:00PM 12:50PM C142
GSM LAB2 W 10:50AM 12:30PM C142
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Erickson
Credits: 2
This course introduces selected phases of veterinary surgical nursing, application of sterile techniques, and surgical equipment. Topics include pre-anesthetic considerations, general anesthetic agents, anesthesia monitoring, and diagnostic imaging techniques.
Prerequisites: Take AGV-102 AGV-121 AGV-156 AGV-176  
Co-requisites: Take AGV-109 AGV-157 AGV-174
Class Times:
GSM LEC T 02:00PM 02:50PM C142
GSM LAB2 M 09:00AM 10:40AM C142
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Erickson
Credits: 2
This course introduces selected phases of veterinary surgical nursing, application of sterile techniques, and surgical equipment. Topics include pre-anesthetic considerations, general anesthetic agents, anesthesia monitoring, and diagnostic imaging techniques.
Prerequisites: Take AGV-102 AGV-121 AGV-156 AGV-176  
Co-requisites: Take AGV-109 AGV-157 AGV-174
Class Times:
GSM LEC T 02:00PM 02:50PM C142
GSM LAB2 W 09:00AM 10:40AM C142
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Erickson
Credits: 1
This course provides students with a more in-depth look at specific areas of veterinary medicine.  Exploring exotics, diagnostic imaging, alternative medical nursing, and oncology and necropsies will prepare students for specialized care.
Class Times:
GSM LEC TH 02:00PM 02:50PM C142
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Erickson
Credits: 3
This course is designed for students to explore patients' needs and care in a veterinary hospital.  Students will observe and analyze preventative health methods, animal diseases, emergency care, diagnostic sampling, and therapeutic techniques of various species.
Class Times:
GSM LEC TTH 01:00PM 01:50PM C142
GSM LAB2 M 01:00PM 02:40PM C142
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Erickson
Credits: 3
This course is designed for students to explore patients' needs and care in a veterinary hospital.  Students will observe and analyze preventative health methods, animal diseases, emergency care, diagnostic sampling, and therapeutic techniques of various species.
Class Times:
GSM LEC TTH 01:00PM 01:50PM C142
GSM LAB2 W 01:00PM 02:40PM C142
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course explores the creative process emphasizing art as a visual form of communication. It presents useful criteria for evaluation and enjoyment of art through the development of visual vocabulary and knowledge of art processes, as well as art in a historical context.
Class Times:
GSM LEC TTH 09:30AM 10:45AM C129
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course explores the creative process emphasizing art as a visual form of communication. It presents useful criteria for evaluation and enjoyment of art through the development of visual vocabulary and knowledge of art processes, as well as art in a historical context.
Class Times:
GSM LEC TTH 11:00AM 12:15PM C129
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $30.00
This is a combined lecture and lab course that studies the fundamentals of three-dimensional arts. It addresses problems based on space organization utilizing the elements of design and emphasizes application of design concepts to original design.
Class Times:
GSM LEC M 01:00PM 02:50PM C129
GSM LAB2 W 01:00PM 02:50PM C129
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $35.00
This course combines lecture and lab activities. As a foundation studio course, it introduces basic drawing principles such as line, shape, form, texture, value, space, perspective and composition, as well as serving as an introduction to medias including pencil, pen, charcoal, conte, chalk and other alternate media. It stresses perception, visual awareness, sensitivity, and critical thinking/judgment, and may include still life, landscape, portrait, live model and non-objective forms.
Class Times:
GSM LEC T 01:00PM 02:50PM C129
GSM LAB2 TH 01:00PM 02:50PM C129
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $35.00
This is a combined lecture and lab course. A foundations studio course, it continues basic drawing principles such as line, shape, form, texture, value, space, perspective and composition, as well as continuing to explore medias including pencil, pen, charcoal, conte, chalk and other alternate media. It stresses perception, visual awareness, sensitivity and critical thinking/judgment, and may include still life, landscape, portrait, live model and non-objective forms. Focus is on the student's preferential media, subject and content with an emphasis on the criteria of composition as determining a drawing's success, as opposed to visual perception, rendering or technique. Students will be expected to make finished works of art for presentation and to move beyond strictly studies or technical assignments.
Prerequisites: Take ART-133,  
Class Times:
GSM LEC T 01:00PM 02:50PM C129
GSM LAB2 TH 01:00PM 02:50PM C129
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $35.00
This is a combined lecture and lab course. A foundation course in studio painting, it employs contemporary styles, techniques and materials in various media.
Class Times:
GSM LEC M 11:00AM 12:50PM C129
GSM LAB2 W 11:00AM 12:50PM C129
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $35.00
This is a combined lecture and lab course. It is a continuation of ART 143 with emphasis on material, composition and color.
Class Times:
GSM LEC M 11:00AM 12:50PM C129
GSM LAB2 W 11:00AM 12:50PM C129
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $50.00
This course introduces students to the digital camera. Students study and practice the varied artistic applications of digital images as enhanced with computer software. A digital camera is required.
Class Times:
CCO LEC TTH 03:00PM 04:15PM B201
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $50.00
This course introduces students to the digital camera. Students study and practice the varied artistic applications of digital images as enhanced with computer software. A digital camera is required.
Class Times:
RHK LEC F 08:30AM 10:20AM A19L
Add'l Info: College Now Pathway
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is designed to allow the student to work, generally on campus, in a faculty supervised activity with well-defined expectations, activities and outcomes, applying the knowledge and skills from prior learning. This will be a coordinated effort between the student, faculty member(s), and the work supervisor involving evaluations and assessment. This course may be repeated for credit. Instructor consent is required.
Class Times:
OTHR LAB2 OTHR
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Stodden
Credits: 3
This course introduces basic concepts of industrial process automation and programmed machine movement. Students investigate careers in robotics, automation and the evolution of industrial automated systems.
Prerequisites: Take ELE-112  
Co-requisites: Take ATR-121
Class Times:
ADS LEC MTWTHF 01:00PM 01:30PM L406
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Stodden
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $25.00
This course introduces the basic concepts of industrial process automation and programmed machine movement in a hands-on setting. Students program various robots to perform industry related tasks.
Co-requisites: Take ATR-120
Class Times:
ADS LAB2 MTWTHF 01:30PM 02:30PM L406
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Donnelly
Credits: 3
This course gives the student experiences with common types of networks used in industrial locations. Students learn computer communication techniques and gain hands on experience with RS 232, RS 422 and Ethernet networks.
Prerequisites: Take NET-121  
Class Times:
ADS LEC TTH 10:10AM 11:00AM L431
ADS LAB3 TTH 11:00AM 12:15PM L431
Dates: 01/15 -01/23/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Kraemer
Credits: 1
This course is a combined lecture and lab course that provides an introduction to automotive engine part identification, operation and service.
Class Times:
TRC LEC MWF 08:00AM 09:00AM H104
TRC LAB3 MWF 09:05AM 12:35PM H306
TRC LEC TTH 09:30AM 10:30AM H104
TRC LAB3 TTH 10:35AM 12:35PM H306
Dates: 01/15 -01/21/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Sampson
Credits: 1
This course is designed to provide basic instruction in shop skills including precision measuring, the use of hand tools, power tool use, fittings, fasteners, service manual use, and related shop equipment. It emphasizes shop safety practices in each area of study.
Class Times:
TRC LEC MTWTHF 01:15PM 03:55PM H112
Dates: 01/15 -03/18/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Sampson
Credits: 5
Course Fee: $25.00
This course introduces students to the operation, diagnosis, and repair of tune-up and drivability related systems. Students explore the operation of fuel delivery systems, ignition and timing control, emissions systems, and comprehensive engine testing. Emphasis is placed on advanced tune-up techniques and diagnosis.
Prerequisites: Take AUT-633 AUT-671,  
Class Times:
TRC LEC MWF 09:00AM 09:40AM H112
TRC LAB3 MWF 09:45AM 12:35PM H300
TRC LEC TTH 09:30AM 10:10AM H112
TRC LAB3 TTH 10:20AM 12:35PM H300
Dates: 01/15 -03/18/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2
This course is designed to acquaint the student with the basic concepts of an electronic spreadsheet program. Hands-on practice in designing, building, and editing spreadsheets will develop the basic skills necessary to construct spreadsheets for home and business use.
Class Times:
RHK LEC MW 02:00PM 03:50PM A449
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This is an introductory course in basic electronic information processing. The emphasis is on computer literacy designed to give students a general understanding of computer software and hardware. Students gain hands-on experience with an operating system and software applications. Students are exposed to basic computer terminology, file management, email usage, digital devices, Internet, social networking, and security and privacy issues. This course may not transfer to other institutions. It is advisable to be able to key a minimum of 20 wpm in order to be successful in this course.
Class Times:
RHK LEC TTH 08:00AM 09:15AM A449
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This is an introductory course in basic electronic information processing. The emphasis is on computer literacy designed to give students a general understanding of computer software and hardware. Students gain hands-on experience with an operating system and software applications. Students are exposed to basic computer terminology, file management, email usage, digital devices, Internet, social networking, and security and privacy issues. This course may not transfer to other institutions. It is advisable to be able to key a minimum of 20 wpm in order to be successful in this course.
Class Times:
RHK LEC TTH 03:00PM 04:15PM A449
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This is an introductory course in basic electronic information processing. The emphasis is on computer literacy designed to give students a general understanding of computer software and hardware. Students gain hands-on experience with an operating system and software applications. Students are exposed to basic computer terminology, file management, email usage, digital devices, Internet, social networking, and security and privacy issues. This course may not transfer to other institutions. It is advisable to be able to key a minimum of 20 wpm in order to be successful in this course.
Class Times:
RHK LEC TH 12:00PM 02:50PM A449
Add'l Info: SECTION RESERVED FOR CORPORATE COLLEGE
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
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, diversity of life, and ecology.
Class Times:
LEC MW 10:00AM 11:15AM
LAB2 W 08:00AM 09:50AM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
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, diversity of life, and ecology.
Class Times:
LEC MWF 01:00PM 01:50PM
LAB2 TH 01:00PM 02:50PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Denison
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
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, diversity of life, and ecology.
Class Times:
LEC MW 10:00AM 11:15AM
LAB2 W 08:00AM 09:50AM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Cherokee
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
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, diversity of life, and ecology.
Class Times:
LEC MW 10:00AM 11:15AM
LAB2 W 08:00AM 09:50AM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
This is a combined lecture and lab course that is the continuation of General Biology IB. Topics covered include include evolution, classification, the diversity of life, interrelationships between tissues, organs, and systems in plants and animals, and ecological relationships.
Prerequisites: Take BIO-116,  
Class Times:
LEC MWF 08:30AM 09:20AM
LAB2 T 02:00PM 03:50PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $40.00
This combined lecture and lab course examines the mechanisms of heredity governing living organisms including plants, animals, humans and microorganisms.
Prerequisites: Take BIO 117 and CHM 176 - both with a minimum grade of C  
Class Times:
LEC MWF 12:00PM 12:50PM
LAB2 W 02:00PM 03:50PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
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.
Prerequisites: Meet ONE of the following: 1) ACT Composite of 22 or higher 2) 2 semesters of High School Chemistry with a B- or better OR 1 semester of High School Chemistry with a B- or better and 1 semester of High School Biology with a B- or better 3) Completion with a C- or better in BIO 163   Essentials of Anatomy & Physiology or Chemistry (CHM 122?   or higher) 4) Instructor Permission to enroll in the course  
Class Times:
LEC MWF 09:30AM 10:20AM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
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.
Prerequisites: Meet ONE of the following: 1) ACT Composite of 22 or higher 2) 2 semesters of High School Chemistry with a B- or better OR 1 semester of High School Chemistry with a B- or better and 1 semester of High School Biology with a B- or better 3) Completion with a C- or better in BIO 163   Essentials of Anatomy & Physiology or Chemistry (CHM 122?   or higher) 4) Instructor Permission to enroll in the course  
Class Times:
LEC TTH 04:30PM 05:45PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Denison
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
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.
Prerequisites: Meet ONE of the following: 1) ACT Composite of 22 or higher 2) 2 semesters of High School Chemistry with a B- or better OR 1 semester of High School Chemistry with a B- or better and 1 semester of High School Biology with a B- or better 3) Completion with a C- or better in BIO 163   Essentials of Anatomy & Physiology or Chemistry (CHM 122?   or higher) 4) Instructor Permission to enroll in the course  
Class Times:
LEC TTH 04:30PM 05:45PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Cherokee
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
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.
Prerequisites: Meet ONE of the following: 1) ACT Composite of 22 or higher 2) 2 semesters of High School Chemistry with a B- or better OR 1 semester of High School Chemistry with a B- or better and 1 semester of High School Biology with a B- or better 3) Completion with a C- or better in BIO 163   Essentials of Anatomy & Physiology or Chemistry (CHM 122?   or higher) 4) Instructor Permission to enroll in the course  
Class Times:
LEC TTH 04:30PM 05:45PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
This is a terminal one-semester lecture and lab course covering the structure and function of the human organ systems and their organs. It also includes an introduction to medical terminology, homeostasis, basic cell and tissue structure and function. Students are required to identify specific organs including the major bones, the major muscles and the major blood vessels.
Class Times:
LEC MWF 11:00AM 11:50AM
LAB2 TH 10:00AM 11:50AM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
This is a terminal one-semester lecture and lab course covering the structure and function of the human organ systems and their organs. It also includes an introduction to medical terminology, homeostasis, basic cell and tissue structure and function. Students are required to identify specific organs including the major bones, the major muscles and the major blood vessels.
Class Times:
LEC MWF 08:00AM 08:50AM
LAB2 M 09:00AM 10:50AM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
This is a combined lecture and lab course that explores the relationship between structure, function and homeostasis in the human body. This course covers the skeletal, muscular, integumentary, and nervous systems, as well as cytology, histology and articulations.
Prerequisites: Meet ONE of the following: 1) ACT Composite of 22 or higher 2) 2 semesters of High School Chemistry with a B- or better OR 1 semester of High School Chemistry with a B- or better and 1 semester of High School Biology with a B- or better 3) Completion with a C- or better in BIO 163   Essentials of Anatomy & Physiology or Chemistry (CHM 122?   or higher) 4) Instructor Permission to enroll in the course  
Class Times:
LEC T 08:00AM 08:50AM
LAB2 TH 10:00AM 11:50AM
LEC TH 08:00AM 09:50AM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
This is a combined lecture and lab course that explores the relationship between structure, function and homeostasis in the human body. This course covers the skeletal, muscular, integumentary, and nervous systems, as well as cytology, histology and articulations.
Prerequisites: Meet ONE of the following: 1) ACT Composite of 22 or higher 2) 2 semesters of High School Chemistry with a B- or better OR 1 semester of High School Chemistry with a B- or better and 1 semester of High School Biology with a B- or better 3) Completion with a C- or better in BIO 163   Essentials of Anatomy & Physiology or Chemistry (CHM 122?   or higher) 4) Instructor Permission to enroll in the course  
Class Times:
LEC M 02:00PM 03:50PM
LAB2 T 03:00PM 04:50PM
LEC T 02:00PM 02:50PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Denison
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
This is a combined lecture and lab course that explores the relationship between structure, function and homeostasis in the human body. This course covers the skeletal, muscular, integumentary, and nervous systems, as well as cytology, histology and articulations.
Prerequisites: Meet ONE of the following: 1) ACT Composite of 22 or higher 2) 2 semesters of High School Chemistry with a B- or better OR 1 semester of High School Chemistry with a B- or better and 1 semester of High School Biology with a B- or better 3) Completion with a C- or better in BIO 163   Essentials of Anatomy & Physiology or Chemistry (CHM 122?   or higher) 4) Instructor Permission to enroll in the course  
Class Times:
LEC W 12:00PM 12:50PM
LAB2 W 01:00PM 02:50PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
This is a combined lecture and lab course that explores the relationship between structure, function and homeostasis in the human body. This course covers the skeletal, muscular, integumentary, and nervous systems, as well as cytology and histology. Prerequisite: Meet ONE of the following: 1) ACT Composite of 22 or higher 2) 2 semesters of High School Chemistry with a B- or better OR 1 semester of High School Chemistry with a B- or better and 1 semester of High School Biology with a B- or better 3) Completion with a C- or better in a transfer level Biology (BIO-105 or higher) or Chemistry (CHM-122 or higher) 4) Instructor Permission to enroll in the course
Prerequisites: Take BIO-168  
Class Times:
LEC TH 08:30AM 10:30AM
LAB2 T 09:00AM 10:40AM
LEC T 08:30AM 09:00AM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
This is a combined lecture and lab course that explores the relationship between structure, function and homeostasis in the human body. This course covers the skeletal, muscular, integumentary, and nervous systems, as well as cytology and histology. Prerequisite: Meet ONE of the following: 1) ACT Composite of 22 or higher 2) 2 semesters of High School Chemistry with a B- or better OR 1 semester of High School Chemistry with a B- or better and 1 semester of High School Biology with a B- or better 3) Completion with a C- or better in a transfer level Biology (BIO-105 or higher) or Chemistry (CHM-122 or higher) 4) Instructor Permission to enroll in the course
Prerequisites: Take BIO-168  
Class Times:
LEC M 11:00AM 12:50PM
LAB2 M 01:00PM 02:50PM
LEC W 12:00PM 12:50PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
This is a combined lecture and lab course that explores the relationship between structure, function and homeostasis in the human body. This course covers the skeletal, muscular, integumentary, and nervous systems, as well as cytology and histology. Prerequisite: Meet ONE of the following: 1) ACT Composite of 22 or higher 2) 2 semesters of High School Chemistry with a B- or better OR 1 semester of High School Chemistry with a B- or better and 1 semester of High School Biology with a B- or better 3) Completion with a C- or better in a transfer level Biology (BIO-105 or higher) or Chemistry (CHM-122 or higher) 4) Instructor Permission to enroll in the course
Prerequisites: Take BIO-168  
Class Times:
LEC M 11:00AM 12:50PM
LAB2 M 09:00AM 10:50AM
LEC W 12:00PM 12:50PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
This is a combined lecture and lab course that explores the relationship between structure, function and homeostasis in the human body. This course covers the skeletal, muscular, integumentary, and nervous systems, as well as cytology and histology. Prerequisite: Meet ONE of the following: 1) ACT Composite of 22 or higher 2) 2 semesters of High School Chemistry with a B- or better OR 1 semester of High School Chemistry with a B- or better and 1 semester of High School Biology with a B- or better 3) Completion with a C- or better in a transfer level Biology (BIO-105 or higher) or Chemistry (CHM-122 or higher) 4) Instructor Permission to enroll in the course
Prerequisites: Take BIO-168  
Class Times:
LEC M 01:00PM 03:50PM
LAB2 T 02:00PM 03:50PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
This is a combined lecture and lab course that explores the relationship between structure, function and homeostasis in the human body. This course covers the skeletal, muscular, integumentary, and nervous systems, as well as cytology and histology. Prerequisite: Meet ONE of the following: 1) ACT Composite of 22 or higher 2) 2 semesters of High School Chemistry with a B- or better OR 1 semester of High School Chemistry with a B- or better and 1 semester of High School Biology with a B- or better 3) Completion with a C- or better in a transfer level Biology (BIO-105 or higher) or Chemistry (CHM-122 or higher) 4) Instructor Permission to enroll in the course
Prerequisites: Take BIO-168  
Class Times:
LEC M 02:00PM 02:50PM
LAB2 M 03:00PM 04:50PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Denison
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
This is a combined lecture and lab course that explores the relationship between structure, function and homeostasis in the human body. This course covers the skeletal, muscular, integumentary, and nervous systems, as well as cytology and histology. Prerequisite: Meet ONE of the following: 1) ACT Composite of 22 or higher 2) 2 semesters of High School Chemistry with a B- or better OR 1 semester of High School Chemistry with a B- or better and 1 semester of High School Biology with a B- or better 3) Completion with a C- or better in a transfer level Biology (BIO-105 or higher) or Chemistry (CHM-122 or higher) 4) Instructor Permission to enroll in the course
Prerequisites: Take BIO-168  
Class Times:
LEC W 03:00PM 03:50PM
LAB2 W 04:00PM 05:50PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $40.00
This course combines lecture and lab activities for the study of microorganisms with emphasis on bacteria and viruses. Topics covered include morphology, physiology, genetics, culturing techniques, identification, control, disease and disease resistance of microbes.
Prerequisites: Take BIO-116 or BIO-168  
Class Times:
LEC M 03:00PM 04:50PM
LAB2 W 01:00PM 02:50PM
LEC W 03:00PM 03:50PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $40.00
This course combines lecture and lab activities for the study of microorganisms with emphasis on bacteria and viruses. Topics covered include morphology, physiology, genetics, culturing techniques, identification, control, disease and disease resistance of microbes.
Prerequisites: Take BIO-116 or BIO-168  
Class Times:
LEC W 11:00AM 12:50PM
LAB2 TH 03:00PM 04:50PM
LEC TH 02:00PM 02:50PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $40.00
This course combines lecture and lab activities for the study of microorganisms with emphasis on bacteria and viruses. Topics covered include morphology, physiology, genetics, culturing techniques, identification, control, disease and disease resistance of microbes.
Prerequisites: Take BIO-116 or BIO-168  
Class Times:
LEC W 09:00AM 09:50AM
LAB2 W 10:00AM 11:50AM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $40.00
This course combines lecture and lab activities for the study of microorganisms with emphasis on bacteria and viruses. Topics covered include morphology, physiology, genetics, culturing techniques, identification, control, disease and disease resistance of microbes.
Prerequisites: Take BIO-116 or BIO-168  
Class Times:
ZOOM LEC TH 01:00PM 01:50PM ZOOM
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
Course Fee: $15.00
Class Times:
RHK LEC F 09:00AM 09:50AM A57L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $50.00
This combined lecture and lab course is an introduction to machine lathe operation, focusing on the fabrication of small component parts and tools for instrument repair.
Class Times:
RHK LEC TTH 12:00PM 12:50PM A57L
RHK LAB2 F 10:00AM 11:20AM A57L
RHK LAB2 F 12:00PM 12:30PM A57L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $665.00
Prerequisites: Take BIR-140  
Co-requisites: Take BIR-151
Class Times:
RHK LEC TTH 09:00AM 09:50AM A57L
RHK LAB3 TTH 10:00AM 11:20AM A57L
RHK LAB3 TTH 01:00PM 01:50PM A57L
RHK LAB3 F 12:30PM 01:20PM A57L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $65.00
This combined lecture and lab course covers the nomenclature, mechanics, diagnostic procedures and repair processes for trombones. Fundamental skills including cleaning techniques, handslide alignment, soldering, and basic dent repair techniques are emphasized.
Prerequisites: Take BIR-150,  
Class Times:
RHK LEC MW 09:00AM 09:50AM A57L
RHK LAB3 MW 10:00AM 11:20AM A57L
RHK LAB3 MW 12:00PM 01:20PM A57L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This capstone course prepares students for employment in the field of band instrument repair. Topics include customer recruiting and retention, customer relations, repair pricing and estimating, time management, inventories and suppliers, employment strategies, retail music business practices, and shop set-up and design.
Class Times:
RHK LEC T 10:00AM 11:20AM A57L
RHK LEC F 01:00PM 02:20PM A57L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2
Course Fee: $40.00
Class Times:
RHK LEC M 01:00PM 01:50PM A57L
RHK LAB2 T 12:00PM 01:50PM A57L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $100.00
This combined lecture and lab course covers the nomenclature, mechanics, diagnostic procedures and repair processes for bassoons, along with a comprehensive review of woodwind instrument repair. Fundamental skills of padding, key corking, regulation and adjustment of mechanisms and diagnostic procedures are emphasized.
Prerequisites: Take BIR-240  
Class Times:
RHK LEC MW 02:00PM 02:50PM A57L
RHK LAB3 MTH 10:00AM 11:20AM A57L
RHK LAB3 M 12:00PM 12:50PM A57L
RHK LAB3 TH 12:00PM 01:50PM A57L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $65.00
This combined lecture and lab course covers the nomenclature, mechanics, diagnostic procedures and repair processes for euphoniums, tubas, and sousaphones, as well as a comprehensive review of brass instrument repair. Fundamental skills including cleaning techniques, valve alignment, soldering and dent repair techniques are emphasized.
Prerequisites: Take BIR-250  
Class Times:
RHK LEC TTH 02:00PM 02:50PM A57L
RHK LAB3 WF 10:00AM 11:20AM A57L
RHK LAB3 W 12:00PM 01:50PM A57L
RHK LAB3 F 12:00PM 12:50PM A57L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course provides a broad overview of business including internal and external functions. Topics include economics, marketing, entrepreneurship, and management as well as related domestic and international business issues.
Class Times:
ZOOM LEC TTH 09:30AM 10:45AM ZOOM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Denison
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course provides a broad overview of business including internal and external functions. Topics include economics, marketing, entrepreneurship, and management as well as related domestic and international business issues.
Class Times:
ZOOM LEC TTH 09:30AM 10:45AM ZOOM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Cherokee
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course provides a broad overview of business including internal and external functions. Topics include economics, marketing, entrepreneurship, and management as well as related domestic and international business issues.
Class Times:
ZOOM LEC TTH 09:30AM 10:45AM ZOOM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is an introduction to laws and court procedures relating to business. It emphasizes the ethical, constitutional and regulatory aspects of business. The course concludes with an in-depth study of the laws governing the formation and enforcement of contracts.
Class Times:
RHK LEC TTH 11:00AM 12:15PM A132
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
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.
Prerequisites: Take BUS-185,  
Class Times:
RHK LEC T 06:00PM 08:50PM A243-VPC
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Denison
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
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.
Prerequisites: Take BUS-185,  
Class Times:
DNWT LEC T 06:00PM 08:50PM A10
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Cherokee
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
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.
Prerequisites: Take BUS-185,  
Class Times:
CEWT LEC T 06:00PM 08:50PM 201-ICN
Dates: 01/15 -02/11/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Garvey
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $266.00
This course teaches parametric solid model CAD basics. Three-dimensional parametric concepts with design intent and solid CAD models will be built and edited. This course builds on previous basic drafting skills and focuses on using parametric solid modeling design software to develop technical drawings. Topics include patterns of features, editing, adding dimensions and creating simple assemblies.
Prerequisites: Take CAD-269  
Class Times:
ADS LEC MTWTHF 08:00AM 09:20AM L407
ADS LAB3 MTWTHF 09:30AM 11:30AM L407
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
This is a combined lecture and lab course that covers the basic concepts of inorganic chemistry: atomic structure, compounds and bonds, chemical equations and stoichiometry, states of matter, solutions, acids and bases, redox and nuclear chemistry.
Prerequisites: Take MAT-102 or demonstrated preparedness for MAT-121  
Class Times:
LEC MWF 10:00AM 10:50AM
LAB2 TH 09:00AM 10:50AM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 5
Course Fee: $25.00
This combined lecture and lab course is a continuation of Chemistry I. Topics includes solutions and colligative properties, acids and bases, equilibrium, thermodynamics, kinetics, redox reactions and electrochemistry, nuclear chemistry and systematic descriptive chemistry of metals and nonmetals.
Prerequisites: Take CHM-166 MAT-121,  
Class Times:
LEC MTWTH 11:00AM 11:50AM
LAB3 TH 01:00PM 03:50PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
This is a combined lecture and lab course that is a continuation of Organic Chemistry I.Topics covered include ethers, aldehydes, ketones, carboxylic acids and their derivatives, amines and biologically important fats, proteins, and carbohydrates. The course emphasizes qualitative organic analyses and spectroscopic methods.
Prerequisites: Take CHM-261,  
Class Times:
LEC MW 01:00PM 01:50PM
LAB3 T 01:00PM 03:50PM
LEC F 11:00AM 11:50AM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course educates students in the basics of the day to day management and operations of broadcast and cable television stations and media production companies. Freelance and one man band style operations are covered as well.
Class Times:
CCO LEC MW 10:30AM 11:45AM B216
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $15.00
This course covers the different types of lighting for media production. Types of instruments, color temperature, lighting modification and styles are discussed. Lighting for location, stage and studio are part of this course. Automated lighting methods such as DMX are also discussed.
Prerequisites: Take CIN-104  
Class Times:
CCO LEC T 10:30AM 12:20PM B216
CCO LAB2 TH 10:30AM 12:20PM B216
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $15.00
This course covers the different types of lighting for media production. Types of instruments, color temperature, lighting modification and styles are discussed. Lighting for location, stage and studio are part of this course. Automated lighting methods such as DMX are also discussed.
Prerequisites: Take CIN-104  
Class Times:
CCO LEC T 08:30AM 10:20AM B216
CCO LAB2 TH 08:30AM 10:20AM B216
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2
This course integrates motion graphics with both live and pre-recorded video elements for broadcast, multimedia, and web productions. Maintaining quality and high standards are stressed throughout.
Prerequisites: Take CIN-114  
Class Times:
CCO LEC MW 01:15PM 02:00PM B201
CCO LAB2 MW 02:00PM 02:30PM B201
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course concentrates on the skills to acquire video in the field. Proper shot composition; lighting and audio acquisition are stressed. Students are also instructed in special considerations while working in the field.
Prerequisites: Take CIN-104 AND CIN 114  
Class Times:
CCO LEC MW 08:30AM 10:20AM B216

OTHR LAB2 OTHR
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course provides instruction in advanced techniques in the integration and creation of high quality motion graphics using industry standard tools and software.
Prerequisites: Take CIN-125  
Class Times:
CCO LEC MW 10:30AM 12:20PM B201
CCO LAB2 MW 10:30AM 12:20PM B201
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course covers the advertising aspects of media production. The operations of advertising agencies, radio, TV & Cable sales operations are central to this course. The importance of ratings is also covered, as well as special media considerations of the US Election cycles.
Class Times:
CCO LEC TTH 08:30AM 09:45AM B201
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
This course will allow students to apply learned skills by producing video projects under faculty supervision.
Class Times:
CCO LAB2 F 08:30AM 10:20AM B216
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2
This course will enable students to apply learned skills by producing advanced projects for clients on and off campus with minimal supervision of faculty as a capstone to their program experience. Students will also assemble a portfolio of work performed in the program as both an aide to pursuing work in their chosen field and to show their progress throughout the program.
Prerequisites: Take CIN-162  
Class Times:
CCO LAB2 F 08:30AM 10:20AM B216
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course provides on-the-job experience on campus or in the industry, giving the student experience and practical application of the competencies learned in the degree program. The internship is coordinated by the college instructor and supervised by an industry professional at the work site. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor, 2.0 cumulative GPA and a C (2.0) or better in core courses as defined by the program advisor. Students meet once a week to discuss their experiences and ongoing progress with their fellow class members, and to measure progress with the instructor.
Class Times:
OTHR OJT OTHR
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is a study of the principles and processes of written and oral communication as applied to occupational and personal use through practical reading, writing and speaking assignments. It emphasizes technical report writing, including preparation, organization, audience and the effective use of format, supplements and visuals.
Class Times:
LEC MWF 08:00AM 08:50AM
Add'l Info: Restricted : CTE
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is a study of the principles and processes of written and oral communication as applied to occupational and personal use through practical reading, writing and speaking assignments. It emphasizes technical report writing, including preparation, organization, audience and the effective use of format, supplements and visuals.
Class Times:
LEC TTH 10:00AM 11:15AM
Add'l Info: Restricted : CTE
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is a study of the principles and processes of written and oral communication as applied to occupational and personal use through practical reading, writing and speaking assignments. It emphasizes technical report writing, including preparation, organization, audience and the effective use of format, supplements and visuals.
Class Times:
LEC TTH 09:30AM 10:45AM
Add'l Info: Restricted : CTE
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is a study of the principles and processes of written and oral communication as applied to occupational and personal use through practical reading, writing and speaking assignments. It emphasizes technical report writing, including preparation, organization, audience and the effective use of format, supplements and visuals.
Class Times:
LEC TTH 11:00AM 12:15PM
Add'l Info: Restricted : CTE
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is a study of the principles and processes of written and oral communication as applied to occupational and personal use through practical reading, writing and speaking assignments. It emphasizes technical report writing, including preparation, organization, audience and the effective use of format, supplements and visuals.
Class Times:
LEC MW 10:30AM 11:45AM
Add'l Info: Restricted : CTE
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is a study of the principles and processes of written and oral communication as applied to occupational and personal use through practical reading, writing and speaking assignments. It emphasizes technical report writing, including preparation, organization, audience and the effective use of format, supplements and visuals.
Class Times:
LEC MW 12:30PM 01:45PM
Add'l Info: Restricted : CTE
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is a study of the principles and processes of written and oral communication as applied to occupational and personal use through practical reading, writing and speaking assignments. It emphasizes technical report writing, including preparation, organization, audience and the effective use of format, supplements and visuals.
Class Times:
LEC TTH 08:00AM 09:15AM
Add'l Info: Restricted : CTE
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is a study of the principles and processes of written and oral communication as applied to occupational and personal use through practical reading, writing and speaking assignments. It emphasizes technical report writing, including preparation, organization, audience and the effective use of format, supplements and visuals.
Class Times:
LEC TTH 08:00AM 09:15AM
Add'l Info: Restricted : CTE
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Cherokee
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is a study of the principles and processes of written and oral communication as applied to occupational and personal use through practical reading, writing and speaking assignments. It emphasizes technical report writing, including preparation, organization, audience and the effective use of format, supplements and visuals.
Class Times:
LEC TTH 09:30AM 10:45AM
Add'l Info: Restricted : CTE
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Denison
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is a study of the principles and processes of written and oral communication as applied to occupational and personal use through practical reading, writing and speaking assignments. It emphasizes technical report writing, including preparation, organization, audience and the effective use of format, supplements and visuals.
Class Times:
LEC T 01:30PM 03:30PM
Add'l Info: Restricted : CTE
Dates: 01/15 -01/28/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Wilcke
Credits: 1
This course is a prerequisite to all credit carpentry classes and is a lecture course that serves as an introduction into Carpentry or Construction classes. Content covers personal safety, tool safety, tool maintenance, and hand and power tool identification and proper use.
Class Times:
TRC LEC MW 05:00AM 09:00AM H102
Dates: 01/15 -01/22/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Wilcke
Credits: 1
Course Fee: $25.00
This course is a combined lecture and lab course that introduces the student to the basics of hanging and taping drywall and its uses in residential construction. It also provides students the necessary knowledge and skills to insulate a structure.
Prerequisites: Take CON-136  
Class Times:
TRC LEC MW 08:00AM 11:50AM H102
TRC LAB3 MW 01:00PM 03:30PM H102
TRC LAB3 TWTH 09:40AM 03:30PM H102
TRC LAB3 F 08:00AM 11:40AM H102
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Elgert
Credits: 3
This course is a study of the construction building codes recommended by U. S. government agencies, the National Board of Fire Underwriters, and Electrical Code. It also covers the development of specifications as used by the construction trades which guide the complete construction process as to the type and quality of materials, workmanship, and the relationship of the parties concerned with specific projects.
Prerequisites: Take BMA-175 CON-112  
Class Times:
GSM LEC M 08:30AM 09:20AM C106
GSM LEC F 08:30AM 10:10AM C106
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: McCrystal
Credits: 3
This course covers the ethical standards and codes of professional behavior for police officers and others placed in positions of public trust. The course includes use of force, gratuities, intra- and inter-agency conduct, integrity, ethical necessity of due process and on-duty and off-duty conduct.
Class Times:
RHK LEC TTH 10:00AM 11:15AM A36L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Powell
Credits: 3
This course is an in-depth study of the police uniformed patrol division. Theories and concepts are explored and supplemented with real world experiences of working officers. The course provides an understanding of the patrol function and appreciation of the total environment within which a modern patrol officer must function.
Class Times:
RHK LEC MW 10:00AM 11:15AM A36L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Powell
Credits: 3
This course presents the development of correctional theory, the correctional client, trial, sentencing, and institutions involved, and rehabilitation potential through probation and parole. Students acquire the ability to recognize the purpose and function of the correction subsystems, personnel, and processes as they relate to the police and to the total criminal justice system.
Class Times:
RHK LEC TTH 12:30PM 01:45PM A36L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Powell
Credits: 3
This course presents the development of correctional theory, the correctional client, trial, sentencing, and institutions involved, and rehabilitation potential through probation and parole. Students acquire the ability to recognize the purpose and function of the correction subsystems, personnel, and processes as they relate to the police and to the total criminal justice system.
Class Times:
RHK LEC TTH 02:00PM 03:15PM A36L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Powell
Credits: 1
This course provides a preliminary study of crime scene investigation. Topics include objectives and methods of securing and preserving evidence and the sketching and drawing of crime scenes.
Class Times:
RHK LEC M 02:00PM 02:50PM A36L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
This course provides a preliminary study of crime scene investigation. Topics include objectives and methods of securing and preserving evidence and the sketching and drawing of crime scenes.
Class Times:
RHK LEC W 02:00PM 02:50PM A36L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Drew
Credits: 3
This course reviews the historical development of constitutional law, the philosophy of law, and the current impact on law enforcement officials. The judicial process is examined to better understand the societal and political influences that impact current day constitutional decisions, along with a review of the current constitutional protections afforded to an individual. The course also provides an examination of the elements of common offenses and the procedural safeguards in the criminal process.
Prerequisites: Take CRJ-100  
Class Times:
RHK LEC MW 01:00PM 02:15PM A68L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Powell
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $24.00
This course provides training in the use of numerous criminal detection methods used in the acquisition and preservation of evidence for investigative reports and trials. The course also covers selection and use of evidence found at crime scenes. Students learn to secure, preserve and file various types of evidence for court presentation through simulated crime scenes.
Class Times:
RHK LEC M 08:00AM 09:50AM A36L
RHK LAB2 W 08:00AM 09:50AM A36L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Powell
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $24.00
This course provides training in the use of numerous criminal detection methods used in the acquisition and preservation of evidence for investigative reports and trials. The course also covers selection and use of evidence found at crime scenes. Students learn to secure, preserve and file various types of evidence for court presentation through simulated crime scenes.
Class Times:
RHK LEC T 08:00AM 09:50AM A36L
RHK LAB2 TH 08:00AM 09:50AM A36L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Niles
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $245.00
This course covers semi-automatic pistol proficiency training, combat marksmanship and completion of a tactical combat semi-automatic pistol course leading to certification.
Prerequisites: Take CRJ-253,  
Class Times:
RHK LEC M 08:00AM 08:50AM A74L
RHK LAB2 M 09:00AM 09:50AM A74L
RHK LAB2 W 08:00AM 09:50AM A74L
RHK LAB2 F 09:00AM 09:50AM A74L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Niles
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $245.00
This course covers semi-automatic pistol proficiency training, combat marksmanship and completion of a tactical combat semi-automatic pistol course leading to certification.
Prerequisites: Take CRJ-253,  
Class Times:
RHK LEC T 08:00AM 08:50AM A74L
RHK LAB2 T 09:00AM 09:50AM A74L
RHK LAB2 TH 08:00AM 09:50AM A74L
RHK LAB2 F 08:00AM 08:50AM A74L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is a study of the motor vehicle laws of the state of Iowa and traffic control procedures. Content includes selective enforcement procedures, proper completion of reports, physical evidence acquisition, accident diagrams and analyses, and determination of proof of causation.
Class Times:
RHK LEC MWF 10:00AM 10:50AM A37L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Drew
Credits: 2
This course examines the concept of community policing as it involves collaboration among police agencies, the public, and other governmental agencies and organizations. It explores the historical evolution of community policing, rationale for existence, implementation strategies, focus of responsibility, and ways to evaluate success of community policing.
Prerequisites: Take CRJ-100  
Class Times:
RHK LEC TTH 10:00AM 10:50AM A37L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: McCrystal
Credits: 2
Course Fee: $71.00
This course requires the student to apply learned techniques and knowledge during the class to solve problems in areas such as building searches, domestic disputes, traffic stops, and force threats through various simulated situations. The student will also become familiar with department issued equipment.
Prerequisites: Take CRJ-150 CRJ-253  
Class Times:
RHK LAB2 TTH 01:00PM 02:50PM A74L
Dates: 01/15 -02/11/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Lesline
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $60.00
This course provides students with the knowledge necessary to identify and repair the various plastic and fiberglass panels used in modern vehicle construction.
Class Times:
APT LEC MWF 08:00AM 08:40AM D420
APT LAB2 MWF 08:40AM 11:30AM D418
APT LEC TTH 09:30AM 10:10AM D420
APT LAB2 TTH 10:10AM 11:30AM D418
APT LAB2 MTWTHF 12:30PM 01:40PM D418
Dates: 01/15 -01/23/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Hardyk
Credits: 2
This course provides students with the knowledge necessary to write estimates on damaged vehicles. Topics include collision estimating guides and the proper format in writing estimates. It also introduces interpersonal and financial management techniques and reviews customer relations and communication with insurance and body shop personnel.
Class Times:
APT LEC MWF 08:00AM 11:30AM D402
APT LEC TTH 09:30AM 11:30AM D402
APT LEC MTWTHF 12:30PM 01:30PM D402
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course presents the basic concepts of information systems and computer literacy. The course incorporates theory as well as hands-on practice, which focuses on spreadsheets and database management systems (DBMS).
Class Times:
RHK LEC T 08:30AM 10:20AM A448
RHK LAB2 TH 08:30AM 10:20AM A448
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course presents the basic concepts of information systems and computer literacy. The course incorporates theory as well as hands-on practice, which focuses on spreadsheets and database management systems (DBMS).
Class Times:
RHK LEC M 10:30AM 12:20PM A449
RHK LAB2 W 10:30AM 12:20PM A449
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Denison
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course presents the basic concepts of information systems and computer literacy. The course incorporates theory as well as hands-on practice, which focuses on spreadsheets and database management systems (DBMS).
Class Times:
DNWT LEC W 06:00PM 07:50PM B5
DNWT LAB2 W 08:00PM 09:50PM B5
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Miller
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $350.00
This lecture and laboratory course provides an introduction to principles related to dental radiography. Students learn skill development in intra-and extra-oral imaging, procesing and arrangement.
Prerequisites: Take DEA-508 and DEA 256  
Co-requisites: Take DEA-613 Dental Assisting Specialties
Class Times:
ADS LEC W 01:00PM 03:30PM L424
ADS LAB2 MT 08:00AM 11:50AM L224
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Miller
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $350.00
This lecture and laboratory course provides an introduction to principles related to dental radiography. Students learn skill development in intra-and extra-oral imaging, procesing and arrangement.
Prerequisites: Take DEA-508 and DEA 256  
Co-requisites: Take DEA-613 Dental Assisting Specialties
Class Times:
ADS LEC W 01:00PM 03:30PM L424
ADS LAB2 TTH 01:00PM 04:50PM L224
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Miller
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $350.00
This lecture and laboratory course provides an introduction to principles related to dental radiography. Students learn skill development in intra-and extra-oral imaging, procesing and arrangement.
Prerequisites: Take DEA-508 and DEA 256  
Co-requisites: Take DEA-613 Dental Assisting Specialties
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
ADS LAB2 WTH 08:00AM 11:50AM L224
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Curl
Credits: 6
Course Fee: $365.00
This lecture, lab, and clinical course provides concepts related to the dental specialties and advances intraoral skills development. Application of learned skills is provided through a variety of general and specialty clinical experiences.
Prerequisites: TAKE DEA-508 AND DEA-256  
Co-requisites: Take DEA-303
Class Times:
ADS LEC F 01:00PM 03:30PM L424
ADS LAB2 M 01:00PM 04:50PM L224
OJT OJT OJT
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Curl
Credits: 6
Course Fee: $365.00
This lecture, lab, and clinical course provides concepts related to the dental specialties and advances intraoral skills development. Application of learned skills is provided through a variety of general and specialty clinical experiences.
Prerequisites: TAKE DEA-508 AND DEA-256  
Co-requisites: Take DEA-303
Class Times:
ADS LEC F 01:00PM 03:30PM L424
ADS LAB2 F 08:00AM 11:50AM L224
OJT OJT OJT
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Curl
Credits: 6
Course Fee: $365.00
This lecture, lab, and clinical course provides concepts related to the dental specialties and advances intraoral skills development. Application of learned skills is provided through a variety of general and specialty clinical experiences.
Prerequisites: TAKE DEA-508 AND DEA-256  
Co-requisites: Take DEA-303
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
ADS LAB2 W 01:00PM 04:50PM L224
OJT OJT OJT
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $225.00
This course provides theoretical concepts and skills to expand the dental assistant's or dental hygienist's scope of practice to include occlusal registration, gingival retraction, final impression, provisional restorations, application of cavity liners, desensitizing agents, bonding systems, removal of adhesives, and Class I temporary filling material. Instructor consent is required.  To be eligible to register for this course, students must: Be a graduate of an ADA-accredited dental assistant program; or be currently certified by the Dental Assisting National Board; or have at least one year of clinical practice as a registered dental assistant; or have at least one year of clinical practice as a dental assistant in a state that does not require  legistration; or hold and active dental hygiene license in Iowa AND   Be employed by a licensed dentist and whose policies allow the dental assistant and/or dental hygienist to perform procedures related to the expanded scope of practice.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
ADS LAB2 WTH 08:00AM 05:00AM L224
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
Course Fee: $10.00
This course guides students' completion and presentation of a professional early childhood education portfolio showcasing their knowledge, skills and dispositions in alignment with the NAEYC Standards for Professional preparation of Students at the Associate Degree level. This course must be taken in the final semester of the Early Childhood program. Program Coordinator permission required.
Prerequisites: Take ECE-112, ECE-262  
Class Times:
RHK LEC T 05:00PM 05:50PM A18L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $175.00
This course focuses on evidence-based concepts in the fields of health, safety and nutrition and their relationship to the growth and development of the young child ages birth to eight. It blends current theory with problem-solving, practical applications and assessments. Course content includes collaboration with families and assesses the role of culture, language and ability on health, safety and nutrition decisions in early childhood settings. Students will need to complete or provide proof of current certification in the following: Mandatory Child Abuse Reporter training; Universal Precautions/Bloodborne Pathogens training; Infant, Child and Adult CPR; Pediatric and Adult First Aid training.
Class Times:
RHK LEC MWF 09:30AM 10:20AM A07L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $20.00
This course focuses on the development, implementation and assessment of appropriate environments and curricula for young children ages three through eight years old. Students prepare to utilize evidence-based, developmentally appropriate practices in the context of children's family, culture, language and abilities. Emphasis is on understanding children's developmental stages and developing appropriate learning opportunities, interactions and environments to support each child in the following areas: emergent literacy, math, science, technology and social studies.
Prerequisites: Take ECE-158  
Class Times:
RHK LEC MW 11:00AM 12:15PM A07L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course focuses on care, education and assessment of children from birth to thirty-six months. It prepares students to utilize developmentally-appropriate, evidence-based practices, including responsive caregiving, routines as curriculum, collaborative relationships with culturally, linguistically, and ability-diverse children and families and a focus on the whole child in inclusive settings.
Class Times:
RHK LEC W 04:15PM 05:30PM A07L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2
Course Fee: $60.00
This course provides students the opportunity to observe and interact with children in all three early childhood age divisions: birth to 36 months, 3 to 5 years, and 5 to 8 years in a variety of settings. Students also examine their professional dispositions and career expectations and continue to develop a professional portfolio. For successful completion of this course, students must have on file a high school diploma or GED. Students are required to have a current background check on file before the first class meeting and will need to meet current training and health requirements. Program Coordinator permission required.
Prerequisites: Take ECE-103, ECE-158, and ECE-170  
Class Times:
RHK LEC M 05:00PM 05:50PM A18L
OTHR OJT OTHR
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $20.00
This course focuses on developmentally appropriate, evidence-based approaches and positive guidance strategies for supporting the development of each child. It emphasizes supportive interactions and developmentally appropriate environments as well as the use of assessment to analyze and guide behaviors. Students study the impact of family and each child's culture, language and ability on child guidance. CPT scores in Reading at 70 or higher and in Sentence Skills at 74 or higher, OR ACT composite score of 22, OR completion of recommended developmental education
Class Times:
RHK LEC MWF 08:30AM 09:20AM A07L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $20.00
This course focuses on using observational techniques for assessment and guidance purposes. Students learn to consider children's diverse culture, language and abilities when using assessment measures. Students are required to have a current background check on file before the first class meeting. Program Coordinator permission required.
Prerequisites: Take ECE-243 ECE-241  
Class Times:
ZOOM LEC TH 11:00AM 12:15PM ZOOM
OTHR LAB2 OTHR
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course addresses the basic principles common to administering high quality early childhood programs. Topics include director's roles and responsibilities, state and federal regulations, business procedures, staff development and hiring, policy development, fiscal and facility management, marketing, program evaluation, child care advocacy, family and community involvement. This course is designed for students who have completed the Early Childhood Studies diploma and persons interested in becoming a program administrator.
Class Times:
RHK LEC T 11:00AM 12:15PM A07L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2
Course Fee: $15.00
This course provides on-the-job experience and practical application of the theories and concepts studied in Early Childhood Education course work through placement at a professional early childhood setting. It involves a coordinated effort between the student, Western Iowa Tech Community College faculty members and a work supervisor at the agency site. Cooperative sites could include area infant/toddler, preschool and early elementary programs in both public and private settings. Students will be required to complete a minimum of 128 hours at an approved early childhood site. Students are required to have a current background check on file before first class meeting. Students must also have current certification in CPR, First Aid, Universal Precautions, and Mandatory Child Abuse Reporter, and meet program health requirements.
Prerequisites: Take ECE-262,  
Class Times:
OTHR OJT OTHR
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course provides tools to analyze the choices made by households, firms and governments, and how these choices affect various domestic market structures and international markets.
Class Times:
RHK LEC TTH 09:30AM 10:45AM A136
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is an introduction to professional education providing a historical and philosophical background from which the student can examine his or her own commitment to education. Challenges and issues in education today will be discussed in the context of school organization, funding, curriculum, professionalism, legal issues, and effective teacher characteristics.
Class Times:
LEC F 08:30AM 09:30AM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2
Course Fee: $35.00
This course will provide opportunities to enhance understanding of the teaching profession and assist with decisions to pursue a career in education. Students will spend time observing K-12 classroom teaching with a licensed educator to gain insights and better understanding of the teaching and learning process.
Prerequisites: Take EDU-210,  
Class Times:
RHK LEC M 06:30PM 07:20PM A07L
OTHR LAB2 OTHR
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2
Course Fee: $35.00
This course will provide opportunities to enhance understanding of the teaching profession and assist with decisions to pursue a career in education. Students will spend time observing K-12 classroom teaching with a licensed educator to gain insights and better understanding of the teaching and learning process.
Prerequisites: Take EDU-210,  
Class Times:
LEC F 09:00AM 09:50AM
TBA LAB2 TBA
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course applies the principles of psychology in the field of education to classroom contexts. Topics include child/adolescent development, learning, motivation, instructional techniques, and assessment/evaluation.
Class Times:
LEC TTH 08:30AM 09:45AM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course applies the principles of psychology in the field of education to classroom contexts. Topics include child/adolescent development, learning, motivation, instructional techniques, and assessment/evaluation.
Class Times:
RHK LEC M 05:00PM 06:15PM A07L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course provides an overview of special education regulations, policies and programs in educational settings. K-12 pre-service teachers learn the history of special education law, including IDEA and as it applies to NCLB, characteristics of the 8 categories of disability per federal and state regulations, characteristics of talent and gifted programs, and basic component of an IEP. This course is a required component for students seeking K-12 teacher state licensure.
Class Times:
LEC MW 08:30AM 09:45AM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course introduces prospective teacher-prep candidates and other interested students to a variety of digital tools and Internet resources along with best practices in the use of tools and technologies for classroom-related functions. The course focuses on both current theory and issues as well as on providing experiences that will enable the student to select and evaluate software and hardware for the classroom.
Class Times:
RHK LEC T 06:00PM 07:15PM A07L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Garvey
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $12.00
This course provides the student with hands-on knowledge of fundamental virtual reality environments and how they play a key role in the design/manufacturing of products and procedures.
Prerequisites: Take MAT-772, MFG-322  
Class Times:
ADS LEC MW 01:00PM 01:50PM L407
ADS LAB3 MW 02:00PM 03:15PM L407
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Garvey
Credits: 4
This course provides students with a working knowledge of forces and the effects of forces acting on rigid bodies at rest. There is an emphasis on practical industrial applications throughout the course.
Prerequisites: Take MAT-772  
Class Times:
ADS LEC TTH 01:00PM 01:50PM L407
ADS LAB2 TTH 02:00PM 03:40PM L407
Dates: 01/15 -04/01/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Donnelly
Credits: 3
This course introduces the numbering systems used in digital circuits, including Boolean algebra. Circuits such as basic gates, counters, shift registers, and memories will be introduced as they apply to communications and computer systems used in industry.
Class Times:
ADS LEC MTWTHF 08:30AM 09:05AM L431
ADS LAB3 MTWTHF 09:05AM 10:00AM L431
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Frenchman
Credits: 1
Course Fee: $46.00
This course covers mechanical, chemical, environmental and electrical aspects of safety. The role of OSHA in the workplace is presented. Students will become familiar with forms such as Material Safety Data Sheets and will be trained in the use of (PPE) Personal Protective Equipment and in other safety procedures related to materials handling and storage. Industrial hazards such as fall protection and caught-in/struck-by will be emphasized. Students will receive the OSHA 10 safety training and will have the opportunity to be awarded an OSHA 10 card.
Class Times:
TRC LEC F 01:30PM 02:20PM H208
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Phelps
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $25.00
This course will introduce the students to the fundamentals of electricity. Electrical topics will include AC and DC theory, Ohm's Law, Electrical Circuits, Electrical Power Generation, Motors, and Transformers. This course emphasizes electrical safety as students will work with energized circuits.
Class Times:
APT LEC F 10:20AM 12:00PM D317
APT LAB3 TTH 01:55PM 03:10PM D311
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Denison
Instructor: Stover
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $25.00
This course will introduce the students to the fundamentals of electricity. Electrical topics will include AC and DC theory, Ohm's Law, Electrical Circuits, Electrical Power Generation, Motors, and Transformers. This course emphasizes electrical safety as students will work with energized circuits.
Class Times:
DNWT LEC MW 12:40PM 01:30PM C9
DNWT LAB3 MW 01:40PM 02:55PM C9
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Sward
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $50.00
This course familiarizes students with materials, blueprints, National Electric Code requirements and wiring methods in commercial installations. Students are asked to demonstrate their skills in wiring, installing electrical systems and to bend and install conduit using safe and approved practices according to the National Electric Code standards.
Prerequisites: Take ELE-132,  
Co-requisites: Take ELE-184
Class Times:
GSM LEC T 09:30AM 11:10AM C141
GSM LAB3 MW 01:20PM 03:20PM C140
GSM LAB3 T 11:20AM 12:20PM C140
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Sward
Credits: 3
In this course students will have the opportunity to develop and apply the electrical skills learned in previous Electrician courses. Students will perform labs directly related to wiring expected in industry or on a job site. Proper OSHA safety standards will be followed and national electrical code will be emphasized.
Prerequisites: Take ELE-175,  
Class Times:
GSM LAB3 TH 09:30AM 03:00PM C140
GSM LEC T 01:20PM 02:10PM C141
GSM LAB3 T 02:20PM 03:00PM C140
Dates: 01/15 -03/18/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Sward
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $20.00
In this course students will learn the fundamentals of how motors are controlled the the use of various control devices. Industry standards in working safely with the installation, maintenance and troubleshooting will be introduced and performed. Electrical symbols, diagrams, equipment and methods used in the design and application of motor control circuits will be discussed.
Prerequisites: Take ELE-112,  
Class Times:
GSM LEC MW 08:00AM 09:40AM C141
GSM LAB3 MW 09:50AM 12:20PM C140
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Donnelly
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $109.00
This course is a combined lecture and laboratory class. This class introduces the use of PLCs, programming PLCs via ladder diagrams, and wiring PLCs to sensors and controllers.
Class Times:
ADS LEC MWF 01:30PM 02:05PM L431
ADS LAB2 MWF 02:05PM 03:15PM L431
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Stodden
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $35.00
This course discusses concepts related to acquiring data to monitor and control automated equipment. (SCADA)
Prerequisites: Take ELE-112  
Class Times:
ADS LEC MTWTH 03:40PM 04:05PM L406
ADS LAB2 MTWTH 04:05PM 04:30PM L406
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Stodden
Credits: 3
This course focuses on the development and integration of Human Machine Interface (HMI) systems commonly used in conjunction with Programmable Logic Controllers, (PLC?s).
Prerequisites: Take ELT-227  
Class Times:
ADS LEC MTWTHF 02:40PM 03:00PM L406
ADS LAB3 MTWTHF 03:00PM 03:30PM L406
Dates: 01/15 -02/19/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Donnelly
Credits: 2
This course is designed to give meaning to the lines and symbols found on a set of blueprints. Students use inanimate objects and familiar construction shapes or orthographic and isometric drawings to learn the understanding of shapes, sizes and dimensions. Topics include building terms and construction features of the carpentry, masonry, electrical, mechanical and plumbing trades.
Class Times:
ADS LEC MWF 10:05AM 10:55AM L431
ADS LAB2 MWF 10:55AM 12:35PM L431
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 7
Course Fee: $525.00
This course is designed for individuals who anticipate working with an ambulance service, hospital emergency department, fire department, police department, mining operation, or in other occupational fields where medical emergencies are common. Course content includes but is not limited to an overview of anatomy and physiology; medical terminology; patient assessment; basic life support in relation to cardiac arrest, trauma, and other medical emergencies. Instruction in light extrication of the injured is additionally covered. This course also provides the student an opportunity to apply cognitive knowledge and psychomotor skills in a supervised clinical or field setting.
Prerequisites: Students must be 17 years of age at the time of enrollment of the course, have a health physical and immunizations up to date, have a current AHA BLS provider card, have successfully completed the Mandatory Reporter Course, and Instructor consent.  
Class Times:
ADS LEC MW 05:00PM 07:30PM L427
ADS LAB3 MW 05:00PM 10:30PM L428
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Sudrla
Credits: 13
Course Fee: $275.00
The course provides the student with the information and skills for management of medical emergencies and pediatric emergencies. It also includes assessment-based management and all components of ambulance operations. To successfully complete this course, students must demonstrate competency in skills for patients of all ages within the scope of practice. The student will participate in and document patient contacts and field experience. Additional contact hours (up to 3 times stated minimum) may be needed to meet the course competencies. Permission of instructor required.
Prerequisites: Take EMS-540, EMS-541 EMS-810 EMS-820  
Co-requisites: Take EMS-825, EMS-546, EMS-815 and EMS-547
Class Times:
ADS LEC TTH 02:00PM 06:20PM L433
ADS LAB2 TTH 06:40PM 10:30PM L428
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Sudrla
Credits: 3
This course will provide clinical atmosphere for performance of psychomotor skills as described by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, National Standard Paramedic Curriculum. To successfully complete this course, students must demonstrate competency in skills for patients of all ages within the scope of practice. The student will participate in and document patient contacts and field experience. Additional contact hours (up to 3 times stated minimum) may be needed to meet the course competencies. Permission of instructor required.
Prerequisites: Take EMS-540, EMS-541  
Co-requisites: Take EMS-545, EMS-825 and EMS-815
Class Times:
TBA OJT TBA
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Sudrla
Credits: 1
Field internship provides the student with an accessibility/opportunity to serve as team leader in a variety of pre-hospital, advanced life support emergency situations. Under the mentoring of experienced advanced care preceptors, the student must successfully complete a minimum of 20 team leads. Students will assess, differentially diagnose, and treat patients in this field internship. To successfully complete this course, students must demonstrate competency in skills for patients of all ages within the Iowa Paramedic Scope of Practice. The student will participate in and document patient contacts and field experiences.  Permission to begin this capstone class requires the student having all formative clinical competencies completed and documented.  Instructor consent is required.
Prerequisites: Take EMS-540 EMS-541 EMS-810 EMS-820  
Co-requisites: Take EMS-545, EMS-546, EMS-825 and EMS-815
Class Times:
TBA OJT TBA
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Prerequisites: Recommended ACT Composite of 22. Students may complete a writing sample to gauge preparedness for the course and then access instructional staff and resources in the Comet Learning Center both before and during the course to be successful.  
Class Times:
LEC TTH 08:00AM 09:15AM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Prerequisites: Recommended ACT Composite of 22. Students may complete a writing sample to gauge preparedness for the course and then access instructional staff and resources in the Comet Learning Center both before and during the course to be successful.  
Class Times:
LEC MWF 09:00AM 09:50AM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Prerequisites: Recommended ACT Composite of 22. Students may complete a writing sample to gauge preparedness for the course and then access instructional staff and resources in the Comet Learning Center both before and during the course to be successful.  
Class Times:
LEC TTH 09:30AM 10:45AM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Prerequisites: Recommended ACT Composite of 22. Students may complete a writing sample to gauge preparedness for the course and then access instructional staff and resources in the Comet Learning Center both before and during the course to be successful.  
Class Times:
LEC MWF 12:00PM 12:50PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Prerequisites: Recommended ACT Composite of 22. Students may complete a writing sample to gauge preparedness for the course and then access instructional staff and resources in the Comet Learning Center both before and during the course to be successful.  
Class Times:
LEC TTH 02:00PM 03:15PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Denison
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Prerequisites: Recommended ACT Composite of 22. Students may complete a writing sample to gauge preparedness for the course and then access instructional staff and resources in the Comet Learning Center both before and during the course to be successful.  
Class Times:
LEC TTH 02:00PM 03:15PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Cherokee
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Prerequisites: Recommended ACT Composite of 22. Students may complete a writing sample to gauge preparedness for the course and then access instructional staff and resources in the Comet Learning Center both before and during the course to be successful.  
Class Times:
LEC TTH 02:00PM 03:15PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is a continuation of ENG 105 with emphasis on developing more complex, sophisticated forms of exposition. It includes a research paper requiring library research, documentation, and bibliography.
Prerequisites: Take ENG-105 Composition I  
Class Times:
LEC TTH 08:00AM 09:15AM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is a continuation of ENG 105 with emphasis on developing more complex, sophisticated forms of exposition. It includes a research paper requiring library research, documentation, and bibliography.
Prerequisites: Take ENG-105 Composition I  
Class Times:
LEC MWF 09:00AM 09:50AM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is a continuation of ENG 105 with emphasis on developing more complex, sophisticated forms of exposition. It includes a research paper requiring library research, documentation, and bibliography.
Prerequisites: Take ENG-105 Composition I  
Class Times:
LEC TTH 09:30AM 10:45AM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is a continuation of ENG 105 with emphasis on developing more complex, sophisticated forms of exposition. It includes a research paper requiring library research, documentation, and bibliography.
Prerequisites: Take ENG-105 Composition I  
Class Times:
LEC MW 12:30PM 01:45PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is a continuation of ENG 105 with emphasis on developing more complex, sophisticated forms of exposition. It includes a research paper requiring library research, documentation, and bibliography.
Prerequisites: Take ENG-105 Composition I  
Class Times:
LEC MW 02:00PM 03:15PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Denison
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is a continuation of ENG 105 with emphasis on developing more complex, sophisticated forms of exposition. It includes a research paper requiring library research, documentation, and bibliography.
Prerequisites: Take ENG-105 Composition I  
Class Times:
LEC MW 12:30PM 01:45PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Cherokee
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is a continuation of ENG 105 with emphasis on developing more complex, sophisticated forms of exposition. It includes a research paper requiring library research, documentation, and bibliography.
Prerequisites: Take ENG-105 Composition I  
Class Times:
LEC MW 12:30PM 01:45PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
A combined lecture and lab course focusing on environmental concerns: ecosystems, pollution, population, extinction, ethics, energy, food, conservation, and future interrelationships among these concerns.
Class Times:
LEC TTH 09:00AM 10:45AM
LAB2 T 11:00AM 12:50PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course provides the components of building construction related to firefighting and life safety. The elements of construction and design of structures are shown to be key factors when inspecting buildings, preplanning fire operations, and operating at emergencies.
Class Times:
GSM LEC TTH 09:30AM 10:45AM C128
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2
This course provides basic fire training relating to the NFPA 1001 standard for Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications. It reflects the most current standards as adopted by the Fire Service Training Bureau and can prepare students to take the written Fire Fighter Two exam and the Practical Skills Performance exam. Prerequisite: All Fire Fighter II candidates must be certified Fire Fighter I prior to entering the Fire Fighter II certification process. All Iowa Fire Fighter I certifications issued by the Fire Service Institute meet this requirement. Those seeking reciprocity should direct their questions to the Fire Service Institute.
Prerequisites: Take FIR-320  
Class Times:
GSM LAB2 TTH 11:25AM 12:15PM C128
GSM LEC TTH 10:50AM 11:15AM C128
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
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.
Prerequisites: Take FLS-141,  
Class Times:
LEC TTH 03:45PM 05:00PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Denison
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
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.
Prerequisites: Take FLS-141,  
Class Times:
LEC TTH 03:45PM 05:00PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Cherokee
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
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.
Prerequisites: Take FLS-141,  
Class Times:
LEC TTH 03:45PM 05:00PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course provides instruction in intermediate level page layout software that builds on previously learned skills introducing new techniques. Students work with paragraph and character styles, multiple page documents with master pages and the use of libraries as well as create rich interactive presentations.
Prerequisites: Take GRA-131  
Class Times:

RHK LAB2 TH 08:30AM 10:20AM A09L
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $40.00
This course provides students with advanced techniques in using software to manipulate images for digital and printed media. Topics include automation techniques, speed, resolution, format and corrective filters. Students are introduced to common digital photography problems, color correcting, retouching and sharpening critical area of a photo. It approaches using digital imaging software as an art form.
Prerequisites: Take GRA-140 or CIN-114  
Class Times:
TBA LEC T 08:30AM 10:20AM TBA
TBA LAB2 TH 08:30AM 10:20AM TBA
Add'l Info: College Now Pathway
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $100.00
This course examines the ever-developing technology and theory in the area of Digital Marketing, Interactive Design and User Experience. This course provides theory and practice in planning, designing and producing digital marketing projects.
Prerequisites: Take GRA-201 GRA-140 SMM-101  
Class Times:

RHK LAB2 M 08:30AM 10:20AM A10L
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $20.00
This course is the second in a series designed to produce a portfolio through a series of projects, demonstrations and critiques. Emphasis is on meeting deadlines, proofreading, maintaining document consistencies and interpreting client needs. Students strive to produce a versatile and unique portfolio.
Prerequisites: Take GRA-202  
Class Times:
RHK LAB2 T 08:30AM 10:50AM A10L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $30.00
This course is a continuation of Design Principles I with an emphasis on idea generation, presentation, and interpreting client needs. This course also addresses the skills and techniques for planning, tracking, and monitoring design projects. Students learn a practical approach to project management and information design along with addressing usability issues for web design.
Prerequisites: Take GRA-201  
Class Times:
TBA LEC M 08:30AM 10:20AM TBA
TBA LAB2 W 08:30AM 10:20AM TBA
Add'l Info: College Now Pathway
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $30.00
This course is a continuation of Design Principles I with an emphasis on idea generation, presentation, and interpreting client needs. This course also addresses the skills and techniques for planning, tracking, and monitoring design projects. Students learn a practical approach to project management and information design along with addressing usability issues for web design.
Prerequisites: Take GRA-201  
Class Times:

RHK LAB2 T 08:30AM 10:20AM A19L
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $100.00
This course is an introduction to vector drawing tools used to create computer graphics in digital design. Students examine the interface to draw shapes and Bezier curves, and brushes to draw simple to complex shapes with layers. Advanced techniques using masks, meshes, blends, and other drawing tools are explored. An emphasis is placed on key commands to facilitate production and precise drawing skills.
Class Times:

RHK LAB2 W 08:30AM 10:20AM A09L
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2
This course enables students to manage creative projects effectively from start to finish. Creative projects face special challenges that set them apart from traditional business projects such as managing talent, services, freelancers and clients. These topics along with traditional project management topics will be covered.
Prerequisites: Take GRA-286, GRA-207  
Class Times:
RHK LEC TH 11:00AM 12:15PM A10L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
The course is the first in a series that serves as an introduction to the principles of design and idea generation with a strong emphasis on typography. Students explore how these principles are applied in the marketplace.
Prerequisites: Take GRA-286 GRA-207  
Class Times:
RHK LEC TH 09:30AM 10:45AM A10L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course enables students to design memorable and engaging presentations by focusing on content planning, presentation design, info graphics and support materials. Students use a variety of presentation technologies to create visual stories that support their presentation message.
Prerequisites: Take GRA-140  
Class Times:
RHK LEC T 11:00AM 11:50AM A09L
OTHR LAB2 OTHR
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course introduces fundamental concepts for commercial video productions, including graphics and promos for a variety of advertising purposes. The focus is on design presentation and development, screen composition, graphic transitions and content. Students learn how to conceptualize and visualize motion graphic storyboards with digital techniques as required in the professional world using industry-standard motion graphic software.
Prerequisites: Take GRA-140, GRA-209, GRA-286  
Class Times:
RHK LEC T 11:00AM 12:15PM A10L
OTHR LAB2 OTHR
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
Course Fee: $135.00
This course involves students in campaign creation, brand management, marketing analytics and the implementation of social media, graphic design and web design tools for the completion of a capstone project. Students will experience teamwork and industry expectations of a marketing plan. Successful completion of required program courses for first, second, and third semesters prior to enrollment. Instructor consent required.
Prerequisites: Take GRA-208  
Class Times:
RHK LAB2 M 01:00PM 02:15PM A19L
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2
This course offers on-the-job training in an industrial setting using graphic or web design techniques. It allows students to gain experience and professional contacts in the industry and utilize their skills as graphic or web designers to create professional design work. Supervision of job tasks is through an industry professional and coordinated by the college instructor. Prerequisites: Successful completion of required program courses for first, second, and third semesters.
Class Times:
OTHR OJT OTHR
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $340.00
This course introduces basic theory and preparation of baked items. The focus of the learning is on basic bakery skills, equipment use, recipes, terms, and measuring skills. Products include yeast products, quick breads, pies, fillings, cakes, and cookies.
Prerequisites: Take HCM-100 WITH C- OR BETTER  
Class Times:
APT LEC M 01:00PM 02:40PM D310
APT LAB2 M 02:40PM 04:40PM D210
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $340.00
This course introduces basic theory and preparation of baked items. The focus of the learning is on basic bakery skills, equipment use, recipes, terms, and measuring skills. Products include yeast products, quick breads, pies, fillings, cakes, and cookies.
Prerequisites: Take HCM-100 WITH C- OR BETTER  
Class Times:
APT LEC M 08:30AM 09:20AM D310
APT LAB2 M 09:20AM 12:10PM D210
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2
This course provides an overview of nutrition-related topics including the psychology of eating and evaluation of food intake. Students integrate nutrition principles with culinary cuisine.
Class Times:
APT LEC W 08:30AM 10:20AM D201
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2
This course provides an overview of nutrition-related topics including the psychology of eating and evaluation of food intake. Students integrate nutrition principles with culinary cuisine.
Class Times:
APT LEC W 10:30AM 12:20PM D201
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2
This course is designed to give students an overview of menu planning. Topics include menu layout and design, truth-in-lending guidelines, nutrition in menu planning, menu prices, themed and seasonal menus, product mix and planning resources.
Prerequisites: Take HCM-303, WITH C- OR BETTER  
Class Times:
APT LEC F 08:30AM 10:20AM D310
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course provides the principles and methods of food purchasing with emphasis on specifications and grading of various food products, as well as the cost control process applicable to a food service operation. Students learn financial procedures and controls used in the food service industry. Emphasis is on the principles of controlling food, beverage, and labor costs. Topics include cost and sales controls that can be established for food and beverage operations. Students analyze labor costs and methods to control them.
Class Times:
APT LEC T 08:30AM 09:45AM D210
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2
Course Fee: $225.00
This course focuses on the identification, fabrication, handling, and storage of protein items to include poultry, beef, pork, lamb, shellfish, and finfish. Students are introduced to the concepts of protein cookery.
Prerequisites: Take HCM-307 WITH C- OR BETTER  
Class Times:
APT LEC T 09:30AM 10:20AM D310
APT LAB2 T 10:20AM 12:10PM D307
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $175.00
This course is a continuation of HCM 270, with increased emphasis on cold food preparation and preservation techniques. Topics include classical concepts such as chaud-froid, aspics, galantines, ballotines, advanced hors d'oeuvre, and charcuterie, as well as more modern techniques such as sous vide and pressure cooking, marinating and advancements in brining. Sausage making, cold-smoking, and curing will be discussed and practiced in the lab. Advanced, multi-step, and fish/shellfish specific entrée salads will also be included.
Class Times:
APT LEC W 08:30AM 09:20AM D310
APT LAB2 W 09:20AM 12:10PM D307
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $145.00
This course introduces students to the components and writing of recipes, the preparation of vegetables, moist heat cooking skills such as boiling,simmering, poaching, stewing and braising.
Prerequisites: TAKE HCM-100 HCM-188 HCM-252 ALL WITH C- OR BETTER  
Class Times:
APT LEC M 08:30AM 09:20AM D201
APT LAB2 M 09:20AM 12:10PM D247
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $145.00
This course introduces students to the components and writing of recipes, the preparation of vegetables, moist heat cooking skills such as boiling,simmering, poaching, stewing and braising.
Prerequisites: TAKE HCM-100 HCM-188 HCM-252 ALL WITH C- OR BETTER  
Class Times:
APT LEC M 01:00PM 02:40PM D201
APT LAB2 M 02:40PM 04:40PM D247
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
Course Fee: $100.00
This course familiarizes students with beverage service, including alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. Students learn the tools used for specialty and mixed drinks, the set-up of the bar area for optimum efficiency, and an overview of alcoholic beverages, including wine, beer and spirits.
Prerequisites: Take HCM-303  
Class Times:
APT LEC F 11:00AM 11:50AM D310
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $175.00
This course focuses on the use of ingredients through an exploration of various cuisines from around the world. Students study the significant historical, cultural, ethnic, and religious influences that are reflected in cuisines of the world.
Prerequisites: TAKE HCM 275 HCM 307 WITH C- OR BETTER  
Class Times:
APT LEC TH 10:30AM 11:20AM D201
APT LAB2 TH 12:30PM 03:30PM D247
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course provides the student experience, and practical application of the competencies learned in the culinary program. The primary functions are to assist the instructors with the setup of class labs, assistance with first-year labs, and execution of events. The practicum experience is supervised by an instructor and coordinated by the Administrative Program Coordinator for culinary and hospitality.
Class Times:
OTHR LAB2 OTHR
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course provides on-the-job experience on campus or in the industry, giving the student experience and practical application of the competencies learned in the degree program. The internship is coordinated by the college instructor and supervised by an industry professional at the work site. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor, 2.0 or better in all HCM core courses.
Class Times:
OTHR OJT OTHR
Dates: 01/15 -03/18/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Phelps
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $50.00
This course is a combined lecture and lab course which deals with the fundamentals of residential air conditioning systems. It emphasizes system components, types of refrigerants, principles of heat transfer, and diagnosis and repair of various systems used in the air conditioning industry. This course studies relationship to temperature and pressure variance including psychometric comparison as applied to commercial and residential air conditioning.
Co-requisites: Take ELE-112
Class Times:
APT LEC MW 12:30PM 02:10PM D317
APT LAB3 TTH 10:30AM 11:45AM D311
APT LAB3 TTH 12:30PM 01:45PM D311
Dates: 01/15 -03/18/25
Location: Denison
Instructor: Stover
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $50.00
This course is a combined lecture and lab course which deals with the fundamentals of residential air conditioning systems. It emphasizes system components, types of refrigerants, principles of heat transfer, and diagnosis and repair of various systems used in the air conditioning industry. This course studies relationship to temperature and pressure variance including psychometric comparison as applied to commercial and residential air conditioning.
Co-requisites: Take ELE-112
Class Times:
DNWT LEC MW 09:30AM 11:10AM C9
DNWT LAB3 T 09:30AM 12:30PM C9
DNWT LAB3 TH 09:30AM 11:50AM C9
Dates: 01/15 -03/18/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Phelps
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $155.00
This course is a combined lecture and lab course covering the theory and laws governing refrigeration, the operation of refrigeration systems, heat transfer, components, and test equipment. It also covers the different soldering and brazing methods and materials used in refrigeration service. Emphasis is on the recovery, recycling and charging methods used.
Co-requisites: Take ELE-112
Class Times:
APT LEC MTWTH 08:30AM 09:20AM D317
APT LAB3 MTWTH 09:30AM 10:20AM D311
APT LAB3 F 08:30AM 10:20AM D311
Dates: 01/15 -03/18/25
Location: Denison
Instructor: Stover
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $155.00
This course is a combined lecture and lab course covering the theory and laws governing refrigeration, the operation of refrigeration systems, heat transfer, components, and test equipment. It also covers the different soldering and brazing methods and materials used in refrigeration service. Emphasis is on the recovery, recycling and charging methods used.
Co-requisites: Take ELE-112
Class Times:
DNWT LEC MTWTH 07:45AM 08:35AM C9
DNWT LAB3 MTWTH 08:35AM 09:25AM C9
DNWT LAB3 F 07:45AM 09:25AM C9
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Phelps
Credits: 1
This course is designed to give meaning to the lines and symbols found on a set of blueprints. It uses inanimate objects and familiar construction shapes or orthographic and isometric drawings to teach the understanding of shapes, sizes and dimensions. Studies include building terms and construction features of the carpentry, masonry, electrical, mechanical and plumbing trades.
Class Times:
APT LEC M 02:20PM 02:45PM D317
APT LAB2 M 02:55PM 03:20PM D317
APT LAB2 W 02:20PM 02:45PM D311
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Denison
Instructor: Stover
Credits: 1
This course is designed to give meaning to the lines and symbols found on a set of blueprints. It uses inanimate objects and familiar construction shapes or orthographic and isometric drawings to teach the understanding of shapes, sizes and dimensions. Studies include building terms and construction features of the carpentry, masonry, electrical, mechanical and plumbing trades.
Class Times:
DNWT LEC M 11:20AM 11:45AM C9
DNWT LAB2 M 11:45AM 12:10PM C9
DNWT LAB2 W 11:20AM 11:45AM C9
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Surveys the basic forces and events that shaped American life from the Reconstruction era to the present.
Class Times:
LEC MW 11:00AM 12:15PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Denison
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Surveys the basic forces and events that shaped American life from the Reconstruction era to the present.
Class Times:
LEC MW 11:00AM 12:15PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Cherokee
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Surveys the basic forces and events that shaped American life from the Reconstruction era to the present.
Class Times:
LEC MW 11:00AM 12:15PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course provides training in using the CPT (Current Procedural Terminology) coding system to report medical procedures information. Students will assign CPT codes to surgical operations and procedures.
Prerequisites: Take HSC-114 HIT-248  
Co-requisites: Take MAP-123
Class Times:
RHK LEC TTH 04:30PM 05:45PM A120
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course provides training in using the CPT (Current Procedural Terminology) coding system to report medical procedures information. Students will assign CPT codes to surgical operations and procedures.
Prerequisites: Take HSC-114 HIT-248  
Co-requisites: Take MAP-123
Class Times:
RHK LEC A120
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2
This course provides training on how to prepare an Evaluation and Management (E/M) audit for medical facilities. Students will review and audit medical documentation to ensure CPT guidelines are acheived. Students will recognize how to apply the guidelines in auditing medical documentation of the physician or other qualified health care professional.
Co-requisites: Take HIT-244
Class Times:
RHK LEC TTH 06:00PM 06:50PM A120
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2
This course provides training on how to prepare an Evaluation and Management (E/M) audit for medical facilities. Students will review and audit medical documentation to ensure CPT guidelines are acheived. Students will recognize how to apply the guidelines in auditing medical documentation of the physician or other qualified health care professional.
Co-requisites: Take HIT-244
Class Times:
RHK LEC F 08:30AM 10:20AM A120
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course provides students the opportunity to create, collect, manage, retrieve, and access medical records using an electronic health record application. Students will use simulation software to record patient demographic and health information produced in a medical facility.
Co-requisites: Take HSC-114
Class Times:
RHK LEC A120
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course presents medical terminology as the language of medicine. It also studies spelling, pronunciation and usage, emphasis on word analysis and construction of definitions.
Class Times:
LEC
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course presents medical terminology as the language of medicine. It also studies spelling, pronunciation and usage, emphasis on word analysis and construction of definitions.
Class Times:
ADS LEC T 04:00PM 06:50PM L215
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course presents medical terminology as the language of medicine. It also studies spelling, pronunciation and usage, emphasis on word analysis and construction of definitions.
Class Times:
ADS LEC MWF 10:00AM 10:50AM L424
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Mercer
Credits: 4
This course combines lecture and lab to provide students with a basic understanding of normal human body movement as related to skeletal articular and muscular systems. Topics also included are anatomical palpations, human gait analysis, and basic biomechanical principals.
Co-requisites: Take BIO-173
Class Times:
RHK LAB2 TTH 01:30PM 03:20PM A108
RHK LEC TTH 12:30PM 01:20PM A108
RHK LAB2 TTH 01:30PM 03:20PM A108
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course provides the student with a framework of knowledge to recognize the basic concepts and principles of pharmacology. Major drug classifications and their actions, indications for use, adverse effects, interactions and contraindications for use are explored. Students are introduced to routes of medication administration, dosage calculation, and patient education related to medications.
Class Times:
TBA LEC W 08:30AM 09:20AM TBA
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $100.00
This course is designed to prepare students to safely administer nonparenteral medications in nursing facilities and related areas. Students will receive on-the-job training. Prerequisites: Employed a minimum of 480 hours in a sponsoring facility. If employed in a long-term-care facility, have a current standing on the Iowa Direct Care Workers Registry.
Class Times:
ADS LEC T 04:00PM 07:50PM L424
ADS LAB2 T 06:50PM 07:50PM L424
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Denison
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $100.00
This course is designed to prepare students to safely administer nonparenteral medications in nursing facilities and related areas. Students will receive on-the-job training. Prerequisites: Employed a minimum of 480 hours in a sponsoring facility. If employed in a long-term-care facility, have a current standing on the Iowa Direct Care Workers Registry.
Class Times:
TBA LEC T 04:00PM 07:50PM TBA
TBA LAB2 T 06:50PM 07:50PM TBA
Dates: 01/15 -02/05/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $140.00
This course is designed to provide the student with the fundamentals of patient care in the health care environment. Students learn basic anatomy, physiology, medical terminology, meeting human needs, safety measures, infection control, and physical care.
Co-requisites: Take HSC-174
Class Times:
ADS LEC MWF 08:30AM 02:00PM L303
Dates: 01/15 -02/26/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Guerra
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $140.00
This course is designed to provide the student with the fundamentals of patient care in the health care environment. Students learn basic anatomy, physiology, medical terminology, meeting human needs, safety measures, infection control, and physical care.
Co-requisites: Take HSC-174
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
ADS LAB W 11:00AM 01:45PM L303
Dates: 01/15 -02/26/25
Location: Denison
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $140.00
This course is designed to provide the student with the fundamentals of patient care in the health care environment. Students learn basic anatomy, physiology, medical terminology, meeting human needs, safety measures, infection control, and physical care.
Co-requisites: Take HSC-174
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
DNWT LAB W 11:00AM 01:45PM D9
Dates: 01/15 -02/26/25
Location: Cherokee
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $140.00
This course is designed to provide the student with the fundamentals of patient care in the health care environment. Students learn basic anatomy, physiology, medical terminology, meeting human needs, safety measures, infection control, and physical care.
Co-requisites: Take HSC-174
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
CEWT LAB W 11:00AM 01:45PM TBA
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is an introduction to a variety of medical and surgical conditions which include etiology, symptoms, diagnostic procedures and treatment. Where it is appropriate, basic pharmacology and effects will be included. Application of therapy according to diagnosis is discussed.
Prerequisites: Take HSC-114 or BIO-168 or BIO-163,  
Class Times:
TBA LEC W 08:30AM 09:20AM TBA
TBA LEC F 08:30AM 10:20AM TBA
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course explores the influence of Philosophy, Literature, History, and the Arts on ancient and modern cultures, including the impact of other cultures on America's approach to living.
Class Times:
LEC MWF 11:00AM 11:50AM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course provides an understanding of the role of mythology in human history throughout the world. The relationships among myth, religion, and culture are explored.
Class Times:
LEC MWF 01:00PM 01:50PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This second year Capstone course integrates the application of all course work in the paralegal program. Students use critical thinking and analytical skills developed throughout the program to analyze facts, synthesize information and perform legal work under the direction and supervision of an attorney (or supervisor) and faculty advisor. Students may assist in preparing exhibits and evidence, obtaining information from clients, preparing for pretrial conferences or case settlement meetings, drafting contracts or other agreements, performing legal research and creating internal and external legal memoranda.
Class Times:
OTHR LEC OTHR
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course provides an introduction to the study of short fiction, poetry, and drama.
Prerequisites: Take ENG-105,  
Class Times:
LEC TTH 11:00AM 12:15PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is a survey of children's literature suitable for elementary education. Focus is on the review and selection of materials. Also emphasized is the role of literature in the child's total development.
Class Times:
LEC MWF 12:30PM 01:20PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Monk
Credits: 3
This is a lecture course that provides students with the knowledge and skills needed to work with patients, patient records, and professional responsibilities in the medical office.
Class Times:
RHK LEC A120
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Monk
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $325.00
This course introduces a variety of the laboratory techniques required of a medical assistant working in a physician's practice.
Prerequisites: Take BIO-163 and MAP-333  
Class Times:
RHK LEC MW 11:00AM 11:50AM A120
RHK LAB2 MW 12:30PM 02:30PM A107
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $325.00
This course introduces a variety of the laboratory techniques required of a medical assistant working in a physician's practice.
Prerequisites: Take BIO-163 and MAP-333  
Class Times:
RHK LEC MW 11:00AM 11:50AM A120
RHK LAB2 MW 09:00AM 10:50AM A107
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Monk
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $325.00
This course introduces a variety of the laboratory techniques required of a medical assistant working in a physician's practice.
Prerequisites: Take BIO-163 and MAP-333  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
RHK LAB2 M 06:00PM 09:15PM A107
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Monk
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $150.00
This course expands upon the general competencies in Fundamentals of Medical Assisting I and is more specific to specialty procedures within a physician's practice.
Prerequisites: Take MAP-333, BIO-163  
Class Times:
RHK LEC TTH 11:00AM 11:50AM A120
RHK LAB2 TTH 12:30PM 02:30PM A120
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $150.00
This course expands upon the general competencies in Fundamentals of Medical Assisting I and is more specific to specialty procedures within a physician's practice.
Prerequisites: Take MAP-333, BIO-163  
Class Times:
RHK LAB2 TTH 09:00AM 10:50AM A120
RHK LEC TTH 11:00AM 11:50AM A120
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Monk
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $150.00
This course expands upon the general competencies in Fundamentals of Medical Assisting I and is more specific to specialty procedures within a physician's practice.
Prerequisites: Take MAP-333, BIO-163  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
RHK LAB2 T 06:00PM 09:15PM A120
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Monk
Credits: 2
This course involves interactive review. It is designed to integrate and review medical assisting practice within the approved scope of practice for medical assistants and review strategies in preparation for the medical assisting certification examination.
Class Times:
RHK LEC A120
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $15.00
This course provides a broad mathematical knowledge to calculate, analyze, and solve day-to-day problems. Topics include number theory and the real number system, algebra, graph and data interpretation, calculator usage, mathematical reasoning process, problem solving techniques, probability and statistics, geometry, and consumer mathematics. Additional supplemental instruction for students will be available through the Comet Learning Center using ALEKS as an instructional tool.
Prerequisites: MAT-102 Intermediate Algebra or an ACT Math score of 20 or an ALEKS assessment score of 29 or an ACT Composite score of 22.  
Class Times:
LEC MW 04:20PM 06:00PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Denison
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $15.00
This course provides a broad mathematical knowledge to calculate, analyze, and solve day-to-day problems. Topics include number theory and the real number system, algebra, graph and data interpretation, calculator usage, mathematical reasoning process, problem solving techniques, probability and statistics, geometry, and consumer mathematics. Additional supplemental instruction for students will be available through the Comet Learning Center using ALEKS as an instructional tool.
Prerequisites: MAT-102 Intermediate Algebra or an ACT Math score of 20 or an ALEKS assessment score of 29 or an ACT Composite score of 22.  
Class Times:
LEC MW 04:20PM 06:00PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Cherokee
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $15.00
This course provides a broad mathematical knowledge to calculate, analyze, and solve day-to-day problems. Topics include number theory and the real number system, algebra, graph and data interpretation, calculator usage, mathematical reasoning process, problem solving techniques, probability and statistics, geometry, and consumer mathematics. Additional supplemental instruction for students will be available through the Comet Learning Center using ALEKS as an instructional tool.
Prerequisites: MAT-102 Intermediate Algebra or an ACT Math score of 20 or an ALEKS assessment score of 29 or an ACT Composite score of 22.  
Class Times:
LEC MW 04:20PM 06:00PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 5
This is an intensive course in College Algebra and Trigonometry.  Topics include algebraic equations and inequalities, functions and their graphs, exponential and logarithmic functions, trigonometric identities and equations, sequences and series, and applications.
Prerequisites: MAT 121 or ACT Math score of 22 or ALEKS assessment score of 35.  
Class Times:
LEC MW 02:00PM 04:05PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
This course addresses theory, techniques, and applications of statistical analyses; descriptive statistics, probability, sampling, estimation, test of hypotheses, ANOVA, linear regression, and nonparametric procedures. Computer skills and use is needed throughout.
Prerequisites: MAT-102 or Higher An ACT Math score of 22 or  an ALEKS assessment score of 33 may be used in lieu of the pre-requisite course.  
Class Times:
LEC MTWTH 11:00AM 11:50AM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 5
This course is a continued study of integration along with a study of transcendental functions, numerical methods, indeterminate form, improper integration sequences and series, conics, and polar coordinates. Emphasis is placed on theory, applications, and computer use throughout.
Prerequisites: Take MAT-211,  
Class Times:
LEC MW 04:00PM 06:05PM
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course covers all fundamental arithmetic concepts and more routine algebraic operations. Arithmetic concepts are fractions, percentages, graphing, decimals, ratios, word problems, metrics, areas, and volumes. Algebraic work includes solving simpler equations, proportions, and formula rearrangement.
Class Times:
LEC TTH 08:00AM 09:15AM
Add'l Info: Restricted: CTE
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course covers all fundamental arithmetic concepts and more routine algebraic operations. Arithmetic concepts are fractions, percentages, graphing, decimals, ratios, word problems, metrics, areas, and volumes. Algebraic work includes solving simpler equations, proportions, and formula rearrangement.
Class Times:
LEC MWF 09:00AM 09:50AM
Add'l Info: Restricted: CTE
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course covers all fundamental arithmetic concepts and more routine algebraic operations. Arithmetic concepts are fractions, percentages, graphing, decimals, ratios, word problems, metrics, areas, and volumes. Algebraic work includes solving simpler equations, proportions, and formula rearrangement.
Class Times:
LEC TTH 09:30AM 10:45AM
Add'l Info: Restricted : CTE
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course covers all fundamental arithmetic concepts and more routine algebraic operations. Arithmetic concepts are fractions, percentages, graphing, decimals, ratios, word problems, metrics, areas, and volumes. Algebraic work includes solving simpler equations, proportions, and formula rearrangement.
Class Times:
LEC MW 09:00AM 10:15AM
Add'l Info: Restricted : CTE
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course covers all fundamental arithmetic concepts and more routine algebraic operations. Arithmetic concepts are fractions, percentages, graphing, decimals, ratios, word problems, metrics, areas, and volumes. Algebraic work includes solving simpler equations, proportions, and formula rearrangement.
Class Times:
LEC MW 12:30PM 01:45PM
Add'l Info: RGCTE Registration for CTE Programs
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course covers all fundamental arithmetic concepts and more routine algebraic operations. Arithmetic concepts are fractions, percentages, graphing, decimals, ratios, word problems, metrics, areas, and volumes. Algebraic work includes solving simpler equations, proportions, and formula rearrangement.
Class Times:
LEC TTH 12:30PM 01:45PM
Add'l Info: Restricted : CTE
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course covers all fundamental arithmetic concepts and more routine algebraic operations. Arithmetic concepts are fractions, percentages, graphing, decimals, ratios, word problems, metrics, areas, and volumes. Algebraic work includes solving simpler equations, proportions, and formula rearrangement.
Class Times:
LEC T 12:00PM 03:00PM
Add'l Info: Restricted : CTE
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Denison
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course covers all fundamental arithmetic concepts and more routine algebraic operations. Arithmetic concepts are fractions, percentages, graphing, decimals, ratios, word problems, metrics, areas, and volumes. Algebraic work includes solving simpler equations, proportions, and formula rearrangement.
Class Times:
LEC TTH 09:30AM 10:45AM
Add'l Info: Restricted : CTE
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Denison
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course covers all fundamental arithmetic concepts and more routine algebraic operations. Arithmetic concepts are fractions, percentages, graphing, decimals, ratios, word problems, metrics, areas, and volumes. Algebraic work includes solving simpler equations, proportions, and formula rearrangement.
Class Times:
LEC MWF 09:00AM 09:50AM
Add'l Info: Restricted : CTE
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Cherokee
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course covers all fundamental arithmetic concepts and more routine algebraic operations. Arithmetic concepts are fractions, percentages, graphing, decimals, ratios, word problems, metrics, areas, and volumes. Algebraic work includes solving simpler equations, proportions, and formula rearrangement.
Class Times:
LEC MWF 09:00AM 09:50AM
Add'l Info: Restricted : CTE
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Stodden
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $306.00
This course provides students a fundamental understanding of design and construction of special tools. Students design and/or build tooling while completing a hands-on project.
Prerequisites: Take MFG-322, MAT-772  
Class Times:
ADS LEC MTWTHF 08:00AM 08:10AM L429
ADS LAB3 MTWTHF 08:10AM 09:40AM L429
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Stodden
Credits: 4
This course is an advanced hands-on machining course.
Prerequisites: Take MFG-206 and MFG-322  
Class Times:
ADS LAB3 MTWTHF 10:20AM 11:20AM L429
ADS LEC MTWTHF 10:00AM 10:20AM L429
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course introduces students to the role of planning, organizing, staffing, directing, and controlling in formal and informal organizations of all sizes. This course presents theoretical bases and real world examples of implementation.
Class Times:
RHK LEC MWF 08:30AM 09:20AM A139
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course identifies the strategies and tools necessary to meet the challenges of a multi-cultural workplace. Students explore behaviors that block organizational and individual effectiveness and will become more aware of their own viewpoints and stereotypes. Workplace cultures explored include but are not limited to a variety of ethnic groups, men and women, gay persons, persons with disabilities, and younger/older workers.
Class Times:
RHK LEC TTH 02:00PM 03:15PM A132
Dates: 01/15 -05/13/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2
This course provides on-the-job experience and practical application of the competencies learned in program coursework. It involves a coordinated effort among the student, WITCC faculty member, and a work supervisor in a business for experiential activities. Prerequisites: Permission of instructor, 2.0 cumulative GPA and a C (2.0) or better in core courses as defined by the program advisor.
Class Times:
OTHR OJT OTHR