Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -10/20/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/19/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Slemp
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $75.00
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 06:50PM L424
LAB2 T 07:00PM 07:50PM
Dates: 08/27 -12/19/24
Location: Denison
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $75.00
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 06:00PM TBA
TBA LAB2 T 06:50PM 07:50PM TBA
Dates: 08/27 -10/20/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2
This lecture course provides an introduction to dental terminology related to patient care, documentation, and the business aspect of dentistry.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 08/27 -10/20/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course will assist the health care provider in understanding the transcultural caring dynamic relationship between the health care provider and the patient, within the context of their family, community, and global culture. It explores the perception of health and illness among patients and health care providers. Topics include transcultural caring and awareness, cultural assessment, health practices of different cultures, conflicts in health care and strategies to request and provide culturally sensitive care.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -10/20/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
Book Fee: $41.75
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
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:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $57.50
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 2
This course is an introduction to the legal profession, with special emphasis on the responsibilities of the paralegal. Students will learn the core skills required of paralegals, including verbal and written communication, critical thinking and analytical reasoning, and investigation and case management.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 2
This course will introduce students to the types of ethical dilemmas that they will face in the law office setting; generally to the ethical rules developed by the American Bar Association, to the rules adopted by this jurisdiction for the regulation of attorney and paralegal conduct, to the model codes of paralegal associations; and to methods for researching the answers to ethical dilemmas.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
This course is a study of wills, trusts, probate procedures, estate administration taxes, and testate and intestate succession. Students will learn how to draft basic wills, trusts, and advance health care directives. Students will also learn how to administer a typical estate.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 4
In this course, students will utilize and apply the research skills developed in Legal Research (LGL 151), to research and draft opinion letters and other types of legal correspondence, an objective interoffice memorandum, and a persuasive motion brief. Appellate briefs will also be introduced. A foundational aspect of the course will be developing students' legal reasoning skills.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
This course is an examination of the more common crimes, criminal defenses and the procedures used to process a criminal case from arrest to final disposition.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
This course is a study of law and procedures relative to marriage, dissolution and adoption.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -10/20/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $41.75
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $41.75
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $41.75
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is an introduction to writers from American minority groups, considered in the social and cultural contexts of the various groups. Includes discussing and writing about relevant issues.
Prerequisites: Take ENG-105,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is a survey of writers of the Western and the Eastern worlds from the ancient Greeks through the Early Modern Period, considered in the social and intellectual contexts of the periods.
Prerequisites: Take ENG-105 LIT-101,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is a survey of writers of the Western and the Eastern worlds from the 18th century to the present, considered in the social and intellectual contexts of the periods.
Prerequisites: Take ENG-105 LIT-101,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $35.50
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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 22.  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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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 22.  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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $15.00
Book Fee: $41.75
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -10/20/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 5
Book Fee: $112.00
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:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
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:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
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
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
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
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
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
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
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
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $142.00
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $142.00
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $142.00
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: 08/27 -10/21/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $142.00
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $41.75
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: 08/27 -10/20/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $41.75
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $41.75
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $41.75
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -10/20/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
This course introduces the basic materials of music, including musical notation, melody, harmony, rhythm, major and minor scales and keys, chord construction, composition and transposition. It is intended for students with strong interest but limited background in music theory.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
In this course, students will learn the architecture of computer systems. The course focuses on the operational means by which computers store, process, and interact with other computers and devices. This is a combined lecture and lab course to instruct students on how computers and networks work on hardware and software level.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
This course provides students with the skills necessary to master configuration and support for Windows 8 computers, devices, users and associated network and security resources. Emphasis is placed on the client-side of networking.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB3 WEB
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
This course provides students with the skills necessary to master configuration and support for Windows 8 computers, devices, users and associated network and security resources. Emphasis is placed on the client-side of networking.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB3 WEB
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course takes the concepts and knowledge learned in Securing a Linux Environment I and applies them to common applications run on Unix/Linux operating systems. It focuses on identifying the many risks of running Linux hosts applications and methods to minimize those risks. Students learn how to test the overall security of these applications and apply proper security measures.
Prerequisites: Take NET-423 or NET-121  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $80.00
This course enables students to use penetration-testing tools and techniques that ethical hackers and security testers utilize to protect computer networks.  Skills and techniques include foot printing, social engineering, vulnerability scanning, enumeration, and effective communication.  The course incorporates a lab component in which students practice skills designed to assess security flaws in a network.
Prerequisites: Take NET-423 OR NET-501  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course enables students to gain the knowledge and skills to successfully install, configure, and use virtualization platforms.  Students will gain a working knowledge of VMware, Microsoft, and Oracle products for both workstations and servers.  The course also covers concepts such as virtual storage and virtual networking.
Prerequisites: Take NET-121 and NET-197  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is a combined lab and lecture course designed to provide students with a fundamental understanding of network security principles and implementation. Students learn the technologies and principles involved in creating a secure computer networking environment. Students learn about authentication, types of attacks and malicious code, threats and countermeasures for e-mail, web applications, remote access, file and print services, intrusion detection systems, firewalls, physical security concepts, security policies, disaster recovery, and computer forensics. Students have a variety of hands-on and case project assignments that reinforce the concepts you read in each chapter.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is a combined lab and lecture course designed to provide students with a fundamental understanding of network security principles and implementation. Students learn the technologies and principles involved in creating a secure computer networking environment. Students learn about authentication, types of attacks and malicious code, threats and countermeasures for e-mail, web applications, remote access, file and print services, intrusion detection systems, firewalls, physical security concepts, security policies, disaster recovery, and computer forensics. Students have a variety of hands-on and case project assignments that reinforce the concepts you read in each chapter.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $80.00
This course is based on the International Organization of Standardization's Code of Practice for Information Security Management. It uses real world examples and cases to instruct the student on creating a working security policy, maintain regulatory compliance, and protect information and information systems.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is a combined lecture and lab class that provides students with a comprehensive understanding of computer forensics, investigation tools and techniques. Students learn what computer forensics and investigation is as a profession and they gain an understanding of the overall investigative process as well as how to set up an investigator's office and laboratory. Students learn about the computer forensic hardware and software tools available. Students also learn the importance of digital evidence controls and how to process crime and incident scenes as well as be introduced to data acquisition, computer forensic analysis, e-mail investigations, and image file recovery. The course provides a range of laboratory and hands-on assignments for students.
Prerequisites: Take NET-161 OR NET-121  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 08/27 -09/17/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -10/20/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $42.00
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $42.00
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $42.00
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $42.00
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -10/20/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $42.00
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 5
Course Fee: $25.00
Book Fee: $41.75
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 5
Course Fee: $25.00
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -10/20/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $41.75
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $41.75
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $41.75
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $63.25
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $63.25
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $63.25
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $63.25
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $63.25
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $63.25
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $63.25
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $63.25
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $63.25
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -10/20/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $63.25
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: 08/27 -10/20/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $63.25
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $41.75
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $41.75
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $41.75
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -10/20/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $41.75
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $66.75
This course will provide students with an overview of the interface between psychology and the legal system. Students will learn about how legal issues and psychological issues weigh in the process of the criminal justice system. Topics under discussion will include the death penalty and the insanity defense, criminal investigation, eyewitness testimony, and how to ensure the most accurate police line-ups.  Other topics will include areas such as suspect interrogations and false confessions, the validity of polygraphs, the veracity of child eyewitness accounts and how to accurately interview young children.
Prerequisites: Take PSY-111  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
This course is the study of the adjusting/coping behavior of the individual in various aspects of life situations.
Prerequisites: Take PSY-111,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
This course is designed to give the student an overview of the profession of physical therapy. The basic concepts of the function of a Physical Therapist and a Physical Therapist Assistant as members of the health care team will be examined and discussed.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $41.75
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -10/20/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
Course Fee: $35.00
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: 08/27 -10/20/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
Course Fee: $35.00
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: 08/27 -10/20/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
Course Fee: $35.00
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: 08/27 -10/20/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
Course Fee: $35.00
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: 08/27 -10/20/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
Course Fee: $35.00
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -10/20/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
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: 08/27 -10/20/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $41.75
This course focuses on students gaining an understanding and beginning mastery of interpersonal and interactional helping skills utilized by social workers in practice. The organization of the course and the learning methods used focus on both didactic and experiential learning. The content of the course is taught through lecture, discussion and interactional laboratory sessions in which the students learn through individual and group exercises, role play and activity experiences. This course is required for social work students transferring to USD and for WITCC's Addictions Counseling program.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $48.00
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This interdisciplinary course is designed for first or second year students to explore men?s and women?s experiences in American society and the role that ideas about sexual differences have played in shaping those experiences. Areas of inquiry will include, but are not limited to, the following: the construction of gender roles and sexuality; the relationship between gender and other social, political, and legal structures and institutions; and the interplay of gender with race, class, and ethnicity in cultural perceptions and expectations of both men and women. This course will strive to assist students in formulating questions about gender as it relates to their on-going work in various disciplines across the curriculum.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $87.50
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $87.50
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $87.50
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $87.50
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $87.50
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $87.50
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $87.50
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $87.50
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $87.50
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $87.50
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $87.50
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $87.50
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -10/20/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 08/27 -12/15/24
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: 09/10 -10/10/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Goulette
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $115.00
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 TTH 04:00PM 09:30PM L303
Dates: 09/18 -10/09/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
This course introduces concepts in sports psychology for elementary school age children and adolescents. Physical, psychological, and social growth is examined as they relate to physical activity and competitive athletics. 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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 09/20 -10/22/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Lesline
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $55.00
This course provides the student with the basic theory of metal straightening, tool skill development, auto body nomenclature, and the materials commonly used to complete the repairs. Students practice roughing, shaping, sheet metal fabrication, metal finishing, and the use of body fillers on automotive body panels.
Class Times:
APT LEC MWF 08:00AM 08:40AM D420
APT LAB2 MWF 08:50AM 11:50AM D418
APT LEC TTH 09:30AM 10:10AM D420
APT LAB2 TTH 10:20AM 11:50AM D418
APT LAB2 MTWTHF 12:30PM 01:30PM D418
Dates: 09/20 -12/19/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Thiele
Credits: 3
This course is a combined lab and lecture course designed to provide students with a fundamental understanding of network security principles and implementation. Students learn the technologies and principles involved in creating a secure computer networking environment. Students learn about authentication, types of attacks and malicious code, threats and countermeasures for e-mail, web applications, remote access, file and print services, intrusion detection systems, firewalls, physical security concepts, security policies, disaster recovery, and computer forensics. Students have a variety of hands-on and case project assignments that reinforce the concepts you read in each chapter.
Class Times:
TSI LEC MWF 01:00PM 01:45PM T209
TSI LAB2 MWF 01:45PM 02:30PM T209
Dates: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $41.75
This course is a cross-cultural study of the variety of human adaptations to physical, social and cultural environments, primarily in terms of subsistence, technology, social groupings, government, economic organization, religion and aesthetics.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $41.75
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:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $41.75
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:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
Book Fee: $46.75
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:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $93.50
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:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $93.50
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:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $93.50
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:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
Book Fee: $108.50
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:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
Book Fee: $108.50
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:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
Book Fee: $108.50
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:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $40.00
Book Fee: $112.00
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:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
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:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
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:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
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:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
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:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 09/23 -10/22/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Garvey
Credits: 3
This course introduces students to standard industry practices for technical and industrial illustration. Emphasis is placed on understanding how edges and surfaces are represented using orthographic projection. Students will use computers to create technical drawings.
Prerequisites: Take DRF-113  
Class Times:
ADS LEC MTWTH 08:00AM 08:50AM L407
ADS LAB2 MTWTH 08:50AM 12:10PM L407
Dates: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
This course studies the history of law enforcement and respective agencies and the basic theories of the criminal behavior as well as law enforcement terminology and technology. It emphasizes the duties and responsibilities of the law enforcement officer to the individual and society as a whole and explores and defines techniques, technical terms, and basic procedures.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
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:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
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:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
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:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
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:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $23.50
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:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
Book Fee: $74.75
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:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 4
This course introduces Spanish language and culture through development of reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills. It emphasizes pronunciation, vocabulary, and basic grammar, reading, and writing.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
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:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
This course is a geographic survey of nations and continents with an emphasis on important physical characteristics of the major regions of the world. Attention is devoted to demographic, economic, political, and cultural development and the consequent contemporary relationship with each other.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $41.75
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
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
Dates: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $142.00
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $42.00
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $42.00
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $42.00
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $63.25
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $63.25
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $63.25
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $63.25
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $63.25
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $63.25
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $63.25
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $41.75
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $41.75
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $41.75
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course consists of theoretical analysis of the relation of deviant group behavior and subcultures/countercultures to community standards of conventional behavior as expressed in laws and norms. Analysis of social control settings and mechanisms and the relationship between social deviance and social control efforts at both the micro, mezzo and macro levels are emphasized.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 09/23 -12/15/24
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
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: 09/23 -12/15/24
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: 09/25 -11/11/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Kraemer
Credits: 5
Course Fee: $25.00
This is a combined lecture and lab course that focuses on the operation; diagnosis, service and overhaul of rear wheel drive automatic transmissions. It includes both mock-up and live repair work in a laboratory setting and covers electronically controlled transmissions and all-wheel drive options.
Prerequisites: Take AUT-115,  
Class Times:
TRC LEC MTWTHF 09:00AM 10:20AM H104
TRC LAB3 MTWTHF 10:20AM 12:55PM H306
Dates: 09/27 -09/28/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Sudrla
Credits: 1
Course Fee: $175.00
This course addresses the use of equipment and techniques for establishing and maintaining effective ventilation and circulation, electrocardiographic monitoring and dysrhythmia recognition, intravenous access, employment of pharmacological and electrical therapeutic modalities. This course meets American Heart Association standards. Permission of instructor required.
Class Times:
ADS LEC F 02:00PM 10:30PM L433
ADS LEC S 08:00AM 04:30PM L433
Dates: 10/01 -11/11/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Hardyk
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $40.00
This course combines lecture and lab activities to provide the students with knowledge to analyze paint problems and their remedies. Automobiles are prepared for complete panel refinishing and overall vehicle refinishing. Refinishing is performed following paint manufacturers recommendations.
Prerequisites: Take CRR-811,  
Class Times:
APT LEC MWF 08:00AM 09:00AM D402
APT LAB3 MWF 09:00AM 11:50AM D403
APT LEC MWF 09:30AM 10:30AM D402
APT LAB3 TTH 10:30AM 11:50AM D403
APT LAB3 MWF 12:30PM 01:45PM D403
Dates: 10/02 -12/19/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Oetken
Credits: 3
This course is a food science course in the Agriculture, Food, and Natural Resources career cluster. It deals with world food needs and available food supplies, types of food and their nutritive value and use, and the methods used and challenges involved in food production, transportation, preservation/ processing, storage, distribution, marketing and consumption. The course covers foods of animal origin.
Class Times:
GSM LEC MTWTH 08:30AM 09:10AM C126
GSM LAB2 MTWTH 09:10AM 09:50AM C126
Dates: 10/02 -11/15/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Wilcke
Credits: 6
Course Fee: $25.00
This course is a combined lecture and lab course that further explores framing of exterior and interior walls, and door and window openings. It provides framing training for the advanced carpenter as well as training to receive the 10-hour OSHA safety card. Strong emphasis is in rafter construction, and roof framing and finishes. The course also explores steel framing in the residential and light commercial setting.
Prerequisites: Take CON-136 CON-204,  
Class Times:
TRC LAB2 T 09:30AM 02:50PM H102
TRC LAB2 TH 10:30AM 02:50PM H102
TRC LAB2 F 08:00AM 11:30AM H102
TRC LEC MW 08:00AM 10:50AM H102
TRC LAB2 MW 11:00AM 02:50PM H102
Dates: 10/03 -12/19/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Frenchman
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $70.00
This course combines lecture and lab activities to present the Gas Metal Arc welding (MIG) process used extensively by industry. A continuation of Intro to GMAW, WEL 423, students learn out of position welds using hands-on applications, metal transfer concepts, GMAW equipment maintenance, welding procedures, out of position welding, and safety.
Prerequisites: Take WEL-423  
Class Times:
TRC LEC T 11:00AM 11:40AM H208
TRC LAB2 M 02:00PM 03:50PM H208
TRC LAB2 TWTH 01:00PM 03:40PM H208
Dates: 10/04 -11/14/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Sampson
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
This course introduces students to electrical theory, diagnosis, and service practices related to the electrical systems found on today's automobiles. There is an emphasis on battery starting and charging systems, lighting systems, and hybrid vehicle electrical systems. Practical applications of schematics and electrical system diagnosis using circuit theory are discussed.
Prerequisites: Take AUT-615,  
Class Times:
TRC LEC MWF 09:00AM 10:00AM H112
TRC LAB3 MWF 10:00AM 11:50AM H300
TRC LEC TTH 09:30AM 10:30AM H112
TRC LAB3 TTH 10:30AM 11:50AM H300
TRC LAB3 MTWTHF 12:30PM 02:20PM H300
Dates: 10/04 -12/19/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
Course Fee: $225.00
This course expands the students' knowledge of tasks, assessments and observations of patients in the health care environment. Students develop technical skills specific to complex needs of the patient.
Co-requisites: Take HSC-173
Class Times:
OTHR LAB2 S 07:00AM 01:30PM OTHR
OTHR LAB2 MWF 03:00PM 09:30PM OTHR
OTHR LAB2 T 03:00PM 09:30PM OTHR
Dates: 10/04 -12/19/24
Location: Denison
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
Course Fee: $225.00
This course expands the students' knowledge of tasks, assessments and observations of patients in the health care environment. Students develop technical skills specific to complex needs of the patient.
Co-requisites: Take HSC-173
Class Times:
OTHR LAB2 S 07:00AM 01:30PM OTHR
OTHR LAB2 MWF 03:00PM 09:30PM OTHR
OTHR LAB2 T 03:00PM 09:30PM OTHR
Dates: 10/04 -12/19/24
Location: Cherokee
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
Course Fee: $225.00
This course expands the students' knowledge of tasks, assessments and observations of patients in the health care environment. Students develop technical skills specific to complex needs of the patient.
Co-requisites: Take HSC-173
Class Times:
OTHR LAB2 S 07:00AM 01:30PM OTHR
OTHR LAB2 MWF 03:00PM 09:30PM OTHR
OTHR LAB2 T 03:00PM 09:30PM OTHR
Dates: 10/06 -12/19/24
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 dministration, 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.
Co-requisites: Take EMS-540, EMS 820, EMS 810
Class Times:
TBA OJT TBA
Dates: 10/07 -11/18/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Guerra
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $115.00
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 LAB2 M 11:00AM 02:00PM L303
Dates: 10/10 -10/31/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
This course is an introduction to the physiological processes and anatomical features of the human body which are related to and affected by physical activity and training. This is one of the 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 activities.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 10/12 -12/19/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Goulette
Credits: 1
Course Fee: $225.00
This course expands the students' knowledge of tasks, assessments and observations of patients in the health care environment. Students develop technical skills specific to complex needs of the patient.
Co-requisites: Take HSC-173
Class Times:
ADS LAB2 MWFS 08:00AM 01:30PM L303
ADS LAB2 MWF 04:00PM 09:30PM L303
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
This course emphasizes keyboard mastery. It was designed to develop accuracy, speed, and control of the keyboard. Through completion of the lessons, students advance toward a minimum competency level of 30 gross words per minute (GWAM)on a 3-minute official time with a maximum of 3 errors. The alphabetic keys are reviewed three times. Every lesson contains exercises of 15-sec., 30-sec., and 1-3 minutes timings. Students are encouraged to meet the speed and accuracy goals in each exercise before continuing on to the next exercise. Progress Reports help students evaluate their progress. Using the backspace key and correcting errors is not allowed.
Class Times:
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $25.00
This course introduces physical, chemical, and biological properties of soils, their formation, classification, and distribution.  A soil survey and other information sources will be used to balance agrono mic, economic, and environmental concerns in soil management.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $25.00
This course introduces physical, chemical, and biological properties of soils, their formation, classification, and distribution.  A soil survey and other information sources will be used to balance agrono mic, economic, and environmental concerns in soil management.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $28.50
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:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
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:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
This course examines basis, fundamental and technical price analysis, commodity futures, futures options, alternative cash contracts, sources and uses of marketing information, and relevant agricultural marketing strategies.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
This course examines basis, fundamental and technical price analysis, commodity futures, futures options, alternative cash contracts, sources and uses of marketing information, and relevant agricultural marketing strategies.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $41.75
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:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2
This course covers the advanced features of Microsoft Word. Skills introduced include using mail merge features; sorting text and data records; creating macros; document notations; using basic desktop publishing features; and creating online forms.
Prerequisites: Take BCA-129 or ADM-123,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2
This course acquaints students with additional features of the Excel spreadsheet program. Topics include templates, macros, data validation, importing external data, pivot charts, and pivot tables.
Prerequisites: Take BCA-147 or CSC 116  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2
This course acquaints students with additional features of the Excel spreadsheet program. Topics include templates, macros, data validation, importing external data, pivot charts, and pivot tables.
Prerequisites: Take BCA-147 or CSC 116  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2
This course teaches the fundamentals of database design and database creation. Students learn to create databases, query databases, maintain databases using design and update features, create custom reports, forms and combo boxes and create and use a data access page that allows users to utilize an Access database using the Internet.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
Book Fee: $46.75
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:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
Book Fee: $46.75
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:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $93.50
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:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $93.50
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:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
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:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
Book Fee: $108.25
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:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
Book Fee: $108.50
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:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
Book Fee: $108.50
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:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $40.00
Book Fee: $112.00
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:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $40.00
Book Fee: $112.00
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:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
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:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
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:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
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:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
This is a combined lecture and lab course that covers the basic elements of organic chemistry and biochemistry: alkanes and their derivatives, carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, enzymes, the chemistry of cell metabolism and the chemistry of heredity.
Prerequisites: Take CHM-122 or CHM-166,  
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $104.50
This course addresses the essential concern of macroeconomics; understanding and improving the performance of the economy as a whole by studying topics such as the effect of fiscal policy and monetary policy on inflation, unemployment and economic growth in a global economy.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $104.50
This course addresses the essential concern of macroeconomics; understanding and improving the performance of the economy as a whole by studying topics such as the effect of fiscal policy and monetary policy on inflation, unemployment and economic growth in a global economy.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $104.50
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:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
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:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $46.75
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:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $23.50
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:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $23.50
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:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
Book Fee: $74.75
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:
NET LEC WEB
NET LAB2 WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 4
This course introduces Spanish language and culture through development of reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills. It emphasizes pronunciation, vocabulary, and basic grammar, reading, and writing.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
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:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course is a geographic survey of nations and continents with an emphasis on important physical characteristics of the major regions of the world. Attention is devoted to demographic, economic, political, and cultural development and the consequent contemporary relationship with each other.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
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: 10/21 -12/15/24
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: 10/21 -12/15/24
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: 10/21 -12/15/24
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: 10/21 -12/15/24
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: 10/21 -12/15/24
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: 10/21 -12/15/24
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: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2
This lecture course provides an introduction to dental terminology related to patient care, documentation, and the business aspect of dentistry.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
This course will assist the health care provider in understanding the transcultural caring dynamic relationship between the health care provider and the patient, within the context of their family, community, and global culture. It explores the perception of health and illness among patients and health care providers. Topics include transcultural caring and awareness, cultural assessment, health practices of different cultures, conflicts in health care and strategies to request and provide culturally sensitive care.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
Book Fee: $41.75
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: 10/21 -12/15/24
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: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $41.75
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: 10/21 -12/15/24
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: 10/21 -12/15/24
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: 10/21 -12/15/24
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: 10/21 -12/15/24
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
Dates: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $142.00
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: 10/21 -12/15/24
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: 10/21 -12/15/24
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: 10/21 -12/15/24
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: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $42.00
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: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $42.00
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: 10/21 -12/15/24
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: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $63.25
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: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $63.25
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: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $63.25
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: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: ICCOC
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $41.75
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: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
Book Fee: $41.75
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: 10/21 -12/15/24
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: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
Course Fee: $35.00
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: 10/21 -12/15/24
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: 10/21 -12/15/24
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: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 3
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: 10/21 -12/15/24
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: 10/21 -12/15/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
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: 10/22 -11/21/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Goulette
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $115.00
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 TTH 04:00PM 09:30PM L303
Dates: 10/23 -12/19/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2
This course acquaints students with additional features of the Excel spreadsheet program. Topics include templates, macros, data validation, importing external data, pivot charts, and pivot tables.
Prerequisites: Take BCA-147 or CSC 116  
Class Times:
RHK LEC MW 01:30PM 03:20PM A450
Dates: 10/23 -11/19/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Garvey
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $40.00
This course introduces students to advanced standard industry practices for technical and industrial illustration. Emphasis is placed on greater understanding of how edges and surfaces are represented using orthographic projection. Students use computers and the most up-to-date CAD software to create advanced 2D technical drawings.
Prerequisites: Take CAD-267  
Class Times:
ADS LEC MTWTH 08:00AM 08:50AM L407
ADS LAB2 MTWTH 08:50AM 12:10PM L407
Dates: 10/23 -12/19/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
This course is designed to provide law enforcement with an organized way of making decisions about how they will act in various situation, including those that may involve uses of force.  Students will identify the signs of escalation and applicable de-escalation techniques.
Co-requisites: Take CRJ-139
Class Times:
RHK LEC TTH 11:00AM 11:50AM A68L
Dates: 10/23 -12/19/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
This course is designed to provide law enforcement with an organized way of making decisions about how they will act in various situation, including those that may involve uses of force.  Students will identify the signs of escalation and applicable de-escalation techniques.
Co-requisites: Take CRJ-139
Class Times:
RHK LEC MW 11:00AM 11:50AM A68L
Dates: 10/23 -11/19/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Lesline
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $40.00
This course provides instruction and practice in the servicing of dash assemblies, headliners, seats and seat belts, interior trim, and door hardware. The removal and installation of automotive glass and trim will be practiced.
Class Times:
APT LEC MWF 08:00AM 08:40AM D420
APT LAB2 MWF 08:50AM 11:50AM D418
APT LEC TTH 09:30AM 10:10AM D420
APT LAB2 TTH 10:20AM 11:50AM D418
APT LAB2 MTWTHF 12:30PM 01:30PM D418
Dates: 10/23 -12/19/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Donnelly
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:
ADS LEC MTWTHF 08:30AM 09:10AM L431
ADS LAB3 MTWTHF 09:10AM 10:10AM L431
Dates: 10/23 -12/19/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Phelps
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $45.00
This course is a combined lecture and lab course that covers various types of residential and commercial gas and electric heating systems. Studies include equipment sizing, installation, set up and repair. Students work with trainers and live equipment in the lab setting.
Co-requisites: Take ELE-112
Class Times:
APT LEC MTWTH 12:10PM 01:00PM D317
APT LAB3 M 01:00PM 02:20PM D311
APT LAB3 TTH 01:00PM 01:50PM D311
APT LAB3 W 12:50PM 02:50PM D311
Dates: 10/23 -12/19/24
Location: Denison
Instructor: Stover
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $45.00
This course is a combined lecture and lab course that covers various types of residential and commercial gas and electric heating systems. Studies include equipment sizing, installation, set up and repair. Students work with trainers and live equipment in the lab setting.
Co-requisites: Take ELE-112
Class Times:
DNWT LEC MTWTH 12:30PM 01:20PM C9
DNWT LAB3 M 01:30PM 02:40PM C9
DNWT LAB3 TTH 01:30PM 02:30PM C9
DNWT LAB3 W 01:30PM 03:20PM C9
Dates: 10/23 -12/19/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Stodden
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $30.00
This course is an introduction to computer-aided drafting and computer aided manufacturing. The student will learn basic CAD/CAM software commands and processes and progress to specific command sequence operations related to manufacturing.
Prerequisites: Take MFG-206  
Class Times:
ADS LEC MTWTHF 09:00AM 09:20AM L429
ADS LAB2 MTWTHF 09:20AM 10:40AM L429
Dates: 10/23 -12/19/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Dean
Credits: 3
This course is a combined lab and lecture course designed to provide students with a fundamental understanding of network security principles and implementation. Students learn the technologies and principles involved in creating a secure computer networking environment. Students learn about authentication, types of attacks and malicious code, threats and countermeasures for e-mail, web applications, remote access, file and print services, intrusion detection systems, firewalls, physical security concepts, security policies, disaster recovery, and computer forensics. Students have a variety of hands-on and case project assignments that reinforce the concepts you read in each chapter.
Class Times:
TSI LEC MTWTHF 08:30AM 09:10AM T212
TSI LAB2 MTWTHF 09:20AM 10:00AM T212
Dates: 10/23 -12/19/24
Location: Denison
Instructor: STAFF
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $70.00
This course combines lecture and lab activities to present the Gas Metal Arc welding (MIG) process used extensively by industry. A continuation of Intro to GMAW, WEL 423, students learn out of position welds using hands-on applications, metal transfer concepts, GMAW equipment maintenance, welding procedures, out of position welding, and safety.
Prerequisites: Take WEL-423  
Class Times:
DNWT LEC T 01:45PM 02:25PM B5
DNWT LAB2 THF 03:20PM 04:00PM E10
DNWT LAB2 MTW 11:50AM 12:35PM E10
DNWT LAB2 TH 12:25PM 01:10PM E10
DNWT LAB2 F 12:00PM 12:35PM E10
DNWT LAB2 M 03:25PM 04:00PM E10
DNWT LAB2 T 02:35PM 04:00PM E10
DNWT LAB2 W 01:35PM 04:00PM E10
Dates: 10/23 -12/19/24
Location: Cherokee
Instructor: STAFF
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $70.00
This course combines lecture and lab activities to present the Gas Metal Arc welding (MIG) process used extensively by industry. A continuation of Intro to GMAW, WEL 423, students learn out of position welds using hands-on applications, metal transfer concepts, GMAW equipment maintenance, welding procedures, out of position welding, and safety.
Prerequisites: Take WEL-423  
Class Times:
CEWT LEC T 03:15PM 03:55PM 300C
CEWT LAB2 MTF 11:50AM 12:35PM 401
CEWT LAB2 M 03:25PM 04:00PM 401
CEWT LAB2 W 11:25AM 04:00PM 401
CEWT LAB2 TH 12:25PM 01:10PM 401
CEWT LAB2 THF 03:20PM 04:00PM 401
Dates: 10/29 -12/19/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Silbernagel
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $35.00
This course covers advanced computer hardware and software concepts and builds on the fundamental skills covered in NET 161 IT Essentials I with more comprehensive labs and troubleshooting scenarios. It is a combined lecture and lab course designed for students seeking career-orientated, entry-level hardware and software positions. This course also prepares students for the Comptia A+ certification exams.
Prerequisites: Take NET-161  
Class Times:
TSI LEC MTWTHF 09:30AM 10:15AM T234
TSI LAB3 MTWTHF 10:15AM 11:25AM T234
Dates: 11/01 -12/14/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 2
This course introduces conditioning programs and training methods that tend to prevent athletic injuries. This course provides basic skills in injury procedures, while providing practical experience in taping techniques. 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.
Class Times:
NET LEC WEB
Dates: 11/12 -12/19/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Kraemer
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $25.00
This is a combined lecture and lab course that focuses on the operation, repair, and service of manual drive train systems. This course covers drive shafts, FWD axle and joints, manual transmissions; clutches, rear drive axle assemblies, and transfer cases.
Prerequisites: Take AUT-115,  
Class Times:
TRC LEC MTWTHF 09:00AM 10:05AM H104
TRC LAB3 MTWTHF 10:05AM 01:10PM H306
Dates: 11/12 -12/19/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Hardyk
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $50.00
This course combines lecture and lab activities to teach spot painting, blending, and color matching as well as the study and use of basecoat/clearcoat paint systems. Intermediate skills will be developed in the use of finesse sanding and polishing.
Prerequisites: Take CRR-805,  
Class Times:
APT LEC MWF 08:00AM 09:00AM D402
APT LAB3 MWF 09:00AM 11:50AM D403
APT LEC TTH 09:30AM 10:30AM D402
APT LAB3 TTH 10:30AM 11:50AM D403
APT LAB3 MWF 12:30PM 02:05PM D403
Dates: 11/15 -12/19/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Sampson
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $20.00
This course introduces students to the functions of automotive body computer systems, including theft deterrent/security, electronic instrument displays, air bags, keyless entry and navigation/communication. Diagnosis and repair of these key electrical systems are emphasized along with safety considerations.
Prerequisites: Take AUT-633,  
Class Times:
TRC LAB3 MWF 09:35AM 11:50AM H300
TRC LEC TTH 09:30AM 10:05AM H112
TRC LAB3 TTH 10:05AM 11:50AM H300
TRC LAB3 MTWTHF 12:30PM 01:55PM H300
TRC LEC MWF 09:00AM 09:35AM H112
Dates: 11/18 -12/19/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Wilcke
Credits: 4
Course Fee: $10.00
In this course students will study different types of material for exterior finishing such as wood, steel, aluminum, vinyl, EIFS, and brick. There will also be an in-depth look at windows and exterior doors for residential and commercial construction. Included in this class is estimating materials, plan reading and the study of deck building.
Prerequisites: Take CON-136  
Class Times:
TRC LEC MW 08:00AM 09:20AM H102
TRC LAB2 MTWTH 09:30AM 02:35PM H102
TRC LAB2 F 08:00AM 11:25AM H102
Dates: 11/20 -12/19/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Lesline
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $30.00
This course provides instruction and practice in methods of adjusting and aligning bumpers, lamps, doors, fenders and exterior body panels. Emphasis is placed on the fit of fenders, doors, hoods, deck lids, grills, and the servicing of hinges and latches.
Class Times:
APT LAB2 MWF 08:50AM 11:50AM D418
APT LEC TTH 09:30AM 10:10AM D420
APT LAB2 TTH 10:20AM 11:50AM D418
APT LAB2 MTWTHF 12:30PM 01:30PM D418
APT LEC MWF 08:00AM 08:40AM D420
Dates: 11/20 -12/19/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
Course Fee: $225.00
This course expands the students' knowledge of tasks, assessments and observations of patients in the health care environment. Students develop technical skills specific to complex needs of the patient.
Co-requisites: Take HSC-173
Class Times:
OTHR LAB2 TWF 03:00PM 09:30PM OTHR
OTHR LAB2 TTH 03:00PM 09:30PM OTHR
Dates: 11/20 -12/19/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Garvey
Credits: 3
Course Fee: $15.00
This course includes the basics of hand tools, understanding drawings, manual machines and layout. It focuses on interpretation of basic GD&T feature control frames, and emphasizes teamwork, critical thinking and problem solving through hands-on experience and practical applications. This course aligns with the NIMS (National Institute of Metalworking Skills) standards.
Class Times:
ADS LEC MTWTH 08:00AM 09:35AM L407
ADS LAB3 MTWTH 09:35AM 12:10PM L407
Dates: 11/22 -11/23/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
Course Fee: $175.00
This course is designed for individuals who must initially evaluate and stabilize the trauma patient. It is intended to teach the skills necessary for rapid assessment, resuscitation, packaging and transport: stressing those conditions which require immediate transport. Permission of instructor required.
Class Times:
ADS LEC F 02:00PM 10:30PM L433
ADS LEC S 08:00AM 04:30PM L433
Dates: 11/23 -12/19/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
Course Fee: $225.00
This course expands the students' knowledge of tasks, assessments and observations of patients in the health care environment. Students develop technical skills specific to complex needs of the patient.
Co-requisites: Take HSC-173
Class Times:
OTHR LAB2 S 08:00AM 01:30PM OTHR
OTHR LAB2 MW 04:00PM 09:30PM OTHR
OTHR LAB2 F 04:00PM 09:30PM OTHR
Dates: 11/23 -12/19/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Goulette
Credits: 1
Course Fee: $225.00
This course expands the students' knowledge of tasks, assessments and observations of patients in the health care environment. Students develop technical skills specific to complex needs of the patient.
Co-requisites: Take HSC-173
Class Times:
ADS LAB2 S 08:00AM 01:30PM L303
ADS LAB2 MWF 04:00PM 09:30PM L303
Dates: 11/23 -12/19/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
Course Fee: $225.00
This course expands the students' knowledge of tasks, assessments and observations of patients in the health care environment. Students develop technical skills specific to complex needs of the patient.
Co-requisites: Take HSC-173
Class Times:
ADS LAB2 S 08:30AM 01:30PM L303
ADS LAB2 MW 04:00PM 09:30PM L303
OTHR LAB2 F 04:00PM 09:30PM OTHR
Dates: 11/25 -12/19/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Staff
Credits: 1
This course focuses on hazardous materials operations and follows the requirements of NFPA 472 for the standard for competence of responders to hazardous materials/weapons of mass destruction incidents.
Class Times:
GSM LEC MWF 09:00AM 10:20AM C128
Dates: 02/20 -02/22/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Utesch
Course Fee: $715.00
This course provides an overview of state-of-the-art technology for fall protection and current OSHA requirements. Topics covered include the principles of fall protection, the components of fall arrest systems, the limitations of fall arrest equipment and OSHA policies regarding fall protection.
Class Times:
GSM LEC TWTH 08:00AM 04:30PM C120
Dates: 02/21 -04/03/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Benson
Course Cost: $25.00
Join this class for seniors interested in learning beginning yoga. Yoga is known for improving mental focus, balance, strength, flexibility, circulation, and digestion all while decreasing stress! Please be sure to bring along an extra pair of soft-soled shoes such as running shoes or dance shoes to wear in this class, in order to protect the floor of the studio. IMPORTANT NOTE: This course will be held in the Dr. Robert E. Dunker Center, Room W203. In order to gain access to this classroom you will need a student I.D. Once registered for the class, you can obtain your I.D. free of charge from Enrollment Services, Kiser Building. Please allow time for your registration in the class as well as for your I.D. to be processed.
Class Times:
RED LEC W 10:15AM 11:15AM W203
Dates: 02/22
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
Siouxland History with Local Researchers Researchers from the Sioux City Museum, Siouxland Public Library, and Air Museum often share their presentations about the history and lifestyles of Sioux City on the Western Iowa Tech Community College campus for Lifelong Learners. We appreciate their willingness to come and share with our members about their various research projects.
Class Times:
APT LEC TH 11:00AM 12:30PM D103
Dates: 02/22 -04/04/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Benson
Course Cost: $25.00
Join this class for seniors interested in learning beginning yoga. Yoga is known for improving mental focus, balance, strength, flexibility, circulation, and digestion all while decreasing stress! Please be sure to bring along an extra pair of soft-soled shoes such as running shoes or dance shoes to wear in this class, in order to protect the floor of the studio. IMPORTANT NOTE: This course will be held in the Dr. Robert E. Dunker Center, Room W203. In order to gain access to this classroom you will need a student I.D. Once registered for the class, you can obtain your I.D. free of charge from Enrollment Services, Kiser Building. Please allow time for your registration in the class as well as for your I.D. to be processed.
Class Times:
ZOOM LEC TH 09:30AM 10:30AM ZOOM
Dates: 02/22
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Gasaway
Course Cost: $35.00
Bachelor Night has never been more productive. Come join Chef Gasaway as he explores the world of cooking for one.or maybe two. This is not a chili and grilling steaks sort of thing (he can talk through it if you'd like). This is about enjoying the experience of something you need to do anyway and making something you look forward to, instead of dreading. Subjects covered will range from fish to vegetables, and roasting to braising. Come one, come all, to the extravaganza that is bachelor night cooking!
Class Times:
APT LEC TH 06:00PM 08:00PM D201
Dates: 02/27
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
Course Cost: $45.00
HeartCode Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider Course. The goal of this course is to train participants to save the lives of victims in cardiac arrest through high-quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). BLS skills are applicable to any healthcare setting. BLS students will learn rescue techniques for adults, children, and infants. The course includes skills practice and skills testing. Certification cards will be issued after successfully completing the course; course completion cards must be renewed every two years.
Class Times:
ADS LEC T 10:00AM 04:00PM L427
Dates: 02/28
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Torno
Course Fee: $30.00
Training covers many hazards a school bus driver faces in Iowa.  This is a required annual refresher training.
Class Times:
BWC LEC W 06:00PM 09:00PM W108
Dates: 03/02 -03/03/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Hawkins
Course Fee: $180.00
If you received an OWI in the state of Iowa, you will need to complete the following before your driver's license can be reinstated. Note that in some cases, additional penalties/requirements may be imposed by the court system and/or by the Iowa Department of Transportation.
Class Times:
CCO LEC SSU 08:00AM 02:00PM B222
Dates: 03/02
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Guerra
Course Fee: $60.00
Iowa approved nurse aide written competency exam. Registration is available by phone at (319)254-6772, or in person at the Sioux City or Denison WITCC campuses. Enrollment must be completed one week prior to the test date. Testing fees are due at the time of registration. Questions pertaining to the nurse aide registry status in Iowa should be directed to: Nurse Aide Registry, Iowa Dept of Inspections and Appeals, Lucas State Office Building, Des Moines, Iowa, 50319. (515) 281-0108.
Class Times:
ADS LEC S 08:00AM 02:00PM L303
Dates: 03/02
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Guerra
Course Fee: $115.00
Iowa approved nurse aide skills competency exam. Registration is available by phone at (319)254-6772, or in person at the Sioux City or Denison WITCC campuses. Enrollment must be completed one week prior to the test date. Testing fees are due at the time of registration. Questions pertaining to Nurse Aide Registry status in Iowa should be directed to: Nurse Aide Registry, Department of Inspections and Appeals, Lucas State Office Building, Des Moines, Iowa, 50319. (515) 281-0108.
Class Times:
ADS LEC S 08:00AM 02:00PM L303
Dates: 03/05 -03/08/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Utesch
Course Fee: $825.00
Introduction to OSHA policies, procedures, and standards, as well as, general industry safety and health principles. The scope and application of the OSHA General Industry Standards is discussed. Special emphasis is place on those areas that are most hazardous, along with recommended abatement techniques.
Class Times:
GSM LEC TWTHF 08:00AM 04:30PM C120
Dates: 03/05 -03/28/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: David
Course Cost: $10.00
This is one of our most popular programs. Have fun working out in a healthy way. The program includes stretching and weightlifting to strengthen muscles and improve cardiovascular health. This class is one of the most popular, so be sure to sign up early to avoid disappointment! Lifelong Learning Membership required. WITCC ID required IMPORTANT NOTE: This class will be held in the Gymnasium in the Dr. Robert E. Dunker Center. In order to gain access to this room, you will need a student I.D. Please bring a change of shoes with you, preferably athletic shoes/sneakers. The Aerobics Room, W203 is also reserved for this class from 9 - 11 a.m. for warm ups.
Class Times:
RED LEC TTH 09:30AM 10:30AM W123
Dates: 03/05
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Wright
Course Cost: $15.00
Seasoning mixes can be so expensive. Learn how to create your own mixes to save money and control the ingredients. You can make your own spice mixes for cooking, baking, and even mixes that you buy normally, like pancake mix, gravy mix, and more. These are easily adjustable to your tastes. Join Brenda Wright as we make a few different seasonings and mixes during class, along with some recipes to use them.
Class Times:
LEC T 06:00PM 07:30PM
Dates: 03/06 -04/17/24
Location: Online
Instructor: Scoville
Course Cost: $450.00
This course builds on what was learned in Steam Plant I. This course concentrates on high pressure boilers, capacities, operating efficiencies, boiler controls, water treatment and associated support equipment required for proper boiler operations. This course is offered through the use of a combination of classroom study reinforced by various hands on exercises. Scientific calculator is required.
Class Times:
NET LEC W 08:00AM 05:00PM WEB
Dates: 03/06
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
Course Cost: $10.00
The Lifelong Learning Book Club is a wonderful way to share ideas with people who love books. We'd love to have you join us! It's very informal and friendly and includes lunch from our Overlook Cafeteria.
Class Times:
ADS LEC W 12:00PM 01:30PM L110
Dates: 03/06
Location: LeMars
Instructor: Torno
Course Fee: $30.00
Training covers many hazards a school bus driver faces in Iowa.  This is a required annual refresher training.
Class Times:
OTHR LEC W 06:00PM 09:00PM OTHR
Dates: 03/07
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
Course Cost: $70.00
The goal of the Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider Course is to train participants to save lives of victims in cardiac arrest through high-quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). The American Heart Association (AHA) designed the BLS Course to teach healthcare professionals how to perform high-quality CPR individually or as part of a team. BLS skills are applicable to any healthcare setting. BLS students will learn rescue techniques for adults, children, and infants. At the end of the BLS Course, students will be able to: - Describe the importance of high-quality CPR and its impact on survival - Describe all of the steps of the Chain of Survival - Apply the BLS concepts of the Chain of Survival - Recognize the signs of someone needing CPR - Perform high-quality CPR for an adult - Describe the importance of early use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) - Demonstrate the appropriate use of an AED - Provide effective ventilation by using a barrier device - Perform high-quality CPR for a child - Perform high-quality CPR for an infant - Describe the importance of teams in multirescue resuscitation - Perform as an effective team member during multirescue CPR - Describe the technique for relief of foreign-body airway obstruction for an adult or child - Describe the technique for relief of foreign-body airway obstruction for an infant Course includes skills practice, skills testing, and a written test. Certification cards will be issued after successfully completing the course; course completion cards must be renewed every two years. All registration fees must be paid at time of registration. A cancelation of fees will only be processed if you notify registration of your wish to withdraw before the class begins.
Prerequisites: BLS Healthcare Provider Book  
Class Times:
RED LEC TH 06:00PM 10:00PM W108
Dates: 03/07
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Furrow
Course Cost: $35.00
Flower arranging is soothing, satisfying and lots of fun! It's a great way to express your creativity. Flower arrangements can be used to decorate your home or to send a special message to a friend or loved one. Nothing lifts the spirits more than a gorgeous floral display. This class will help you develop your talent and confidence in this very special art. All the classes feature brand-new designs. So if you are a returning student, you can be sure you will learn something unlike anything you've created before. No previous experience of flower arranging is needed. Our expert instructor, Gordon Drive Hy-Vee Floral Manager Gail Pieper, will take you gently through the steps. Please bring scissors, a knife and small clippers or wire cutters. Hy-Vee will supply all the other materials including flowers and containers. At the end of each class, you'll be able to take home your own unique, beautiful arrangement. Location for all sessions: Hy-Vee, 3301 Gordon Drive, Sioux City Second floor conference room, located via stairs between bakery and meat department.
Class Times:
LEC TH 01:00PM 02:30PM
Dates: 03/09
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
In this class, students will participate in hands-on training focused around engine company operations. Students will review nozzle mechanics, hoseline techniques, and hoseline movements with both 1 3/4 and 2 ½ attack lines. Students will approach training with a from the truck to the fire mentality by first discussing hoseline loads and deployment methods for the attack hoseline. Students will review hoseline deployment tactics including lines over ladders, the soft standpipe, vertical 4 standpipe and Leader Line or Apartment lay. Students will train on advancing fires upstairs as well as basement fire tactics and advancements.
Class Times:
TBA LEC S 09:00AM 04:00PM TBA
Dates: 03/09
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
In this class, students will participate in hands-on training focused around engine company operations. Students will review nozzle mechanics, hoseline techniques, and hoseline movements with both 1 3/4 and 2 ½ attack lines. Students will approach training with a from the truck to the fire mentality by first discussing hoseline loads and deployment methods for the attack hoseline. Students will review hoseline deployment tactics including lines over ladders, the soft standpipe, vertical 4 standpipe and Leader Line or Apartment lay. Students will train on advancing fires upstairs as well as basement fire tactics and advancements.
Class Times:
TBA LEC S 09:00AM 04:00PM TBA
Dates: 03/09
Location: Denison
Instructor: Guerra
Course Fee: $60.00
Iowa approved nurse aide written competency exam. Registration is available by phone at (319)254-6772, or in person at the Sioux City or Denison WITCC campuses. Enrollment must be completed one week prior to the test date. Testing fees are due at the time of registration. Questions pertaining to the nurse aide registry status in Iowa should be directed to: Nurse Aide Registry, Iowa Dept of Inspections and Appeals, Lucas State Office Building, Des Moines, Iowa, 50319. (515) 281-0108.
Class Times:
DNWT LEC S 08:00AM 02:00PM TBA
Dates: 03/09
Location: Denison
Instructor: Guerra
Course Fee: $115.00
Iowa approved nurse aide skills competency exam. Registration is available by phone at (319)254-6772, or in person at the Sioux City or Denison WITCC campuses. Enrollment must be completed one week prior to the test date. Testing fees are due at the time of registration. Questions pertaining to Nurse Aide Registry status in Iowa should be directed to: Nurse Aide Registry, Department of Inspections and Appeals, Lucas State Office Building, Des Moines, Iowa, 50319. (515) 281-0108.
Class Times:
DNWT LEC S 08:00AM 02:00PM TBA
Dates: 03/12 -04/12/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Herron
Course Fee: $2,965.00
This program is designed to prepare men and women for tractor trailer driving employment.  The course will consist of classroom instruction and behind-the-wheel experience in trucks currently used by the transportation industry.  Areas of instruction include: *Instrument Clusters *Brake System *Operation and Inspection *Diesel Engines *Trailer Specifications *Coupling and Uncoupling Trailers Safely *Shifting Theory *Driving Techniques *Backing Tractor-Trailers *Parallel Parking Tractor-Trailers *Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations *Daily Logs  By the end of the program, successful students will have an opportunity to test for their Class A CDL. Class A CDL instructional permit, driving record, DOT physical, and drug screen are required to begin the program.  The ability to read and speak English is encouraged. Job placement assistance is available.
Class Times:
BWC LEC MTWTHF 08:00AM 05:00PM W104
BWC LEC S 07:00AM 04:00PM W104
Dates: 03/13
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Krohn
Course Cost: $45.00
Join Jessica Krohn, owner of Petal and Thorn Flower Farm, to learn how to create a forced bulb garden. Participants will select from a variety of vessel pots and bulbs such as paperwhites, daffodils, hyacinths, muscari, and tulips. Jessica will share how to plant the bulbs step by step and answer questions as students complete their own gardens. Leave the class with your own Bulb Garden and a care card to help your plants grow and beautify your home during the winter months.
Class Times:
GSM LEC W 10:00AM 11:30AM C142
Dates: 03/13
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Polk
No, not that type of myth.  This session is not looking to expose lies.  Myth, in this case, is about heroes, values, and meaning.  These heroes roam the edges of civilization but have a grit and character that can tame the Frontier.  Wild land can be tamed, and if the land can be tamed, then a quick on the draw gambler can become the protector of farmers or widows.  Join Chuck Polk, Humanities Instructor, as we consider some classic, and a bit more recent, Westerns and how the rough riding cowboy provides a hero for the American imagination.
Class Times:
APT LEC W 04:00PM 05:30PM D103
Dates: 03/14
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: McCarthy
Have you ever wondered how Culinary students learn to perfect their craft? Join Dr. Brett McCarthy for a tour of the Western Iowa Tech Community College Culinary Department. Learn about the various kitchens designed to replicate dining and cooking establishments so students will be prepared to work in professional kitchens.
Class Times:
LEC TH 11:00AM 12:00PM
Dates: 03/18 -05/06/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Huls
Course Cost: $50.00
Join your instructor and dedicated crochet enthusiast, Crystal Huls, for this introductory course to crocheting. Crocheting is a process of creating fabric by interlocking loops of yarn, thread, or strands of other materials using a crochet hook. In this course, you will learn crochet basics such as: how to choose your yarn and hook, how to foundation chain, and how to single crochet stitch. The instructor has 22 years of crocheting experience and is so excited to share their love of crocheting with you! They will instruct you in making a beginner crochet project using the techniques mentioned to create a single crochet scarf just in time for our Midwestern winters!
Class Times:
RHK LEC M 10:00AM 11:30AM A454
Dates: 03/18 -05/06/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Huls
Course Cost: $50.00
Join your instructor and dedicated crochet enthusiast, Crystal Huls, for this introductory course to crocheting. Crocheting is a process of creating fabric by interlocking loops of yarn, thread, or strands of other materials using a crochet hook. In this course, you will learn crochet basics such as: how to choose your yarn and hook, how to foundation chain, and how to single crochet stitch. The instructor has 22 years of crocheting experience and is so excited to share their love of crocheting with you! They will instruct you in making a beginner crochet project using the techniques mentioned to create a single crochet scarf just in time for our Midwestern winters!
Class Times:
RHK LEC M 12:00PM 01:30PM A454
Dates: 03/18
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Gifford
This is a story of lore and legend, of fame and fortune, and of devastation and destruction as we journey with those who crossed the Mississippi River as part of the greatest migration in human history.
Class Times:
APT LEC M 12:00PM 02:00PM D103
Dates: 03/18
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Gifford
This is a story of lore and legend, of fame and fortune, and of devastation and destruction as we journey with those who crossed the Mississippi River as part of the greatest migration in human history.
Class Times:
ZOOM LEC M 06:30PM 08:30PM ZOOM
Dates: 03/19
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
Course Cost: $70.00
The goal of the Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider Course is to train participants to save lives of victims in cardiac arrest through high-quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). The American Heart Association (AHA) designed the BLS Course to teach healthcare professionals how to perform high-quality CPR individually or as part of a team. BLS skills are applicable to any healthcare setting. BLS students will learn rescue techniques for adults, children, and infants. At the end of the BLS Course, students will be able to: - Describe the importance of high-quality CPR and its impact on survival - Describe all of the steps of the Chain of Survival - Apply the BLS concepts of the Chain of Survival - Recognize the signs of someone needing CPR - Perform high-quality CPR for an adult - Describe the importance of early use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) - Demonstrate the appropriate use of an AED - Provide effective ventilation by using a barrier device - Perform high-quality CPR for a child - Perform high-quality CPR for an infant - Describe the importance of teams in multirescue resuscitation - Perform as an effective team member during multirescue CPR - Describe the technique for relief of foreign-body airway obstruction for an adult or child - Describe the technique for relief of foreign-body airway obstruction for an infant Course includes skills practice, skills testing, and a written test. Certification cards will be issued after successfully completing the course; course completion cards must be renewed every two years. All registration fees must be paid at time of registration. A cancelation of fees will only be processed if you notify registration of your wish to withdraw before the class begins.
Prerequisites: BLS Healthcare Provider Book  
Class Times:
RED LEC T 06:00PM 10:00PM W108
Dates: 03/19
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
When someone is diagnosed with Alzheimer's, friends and family have many questions. What does the diagnosis mean? What kinds of plans need to be made? What resources are available to help? As the disease progresses, new questions reflect growing needs for skills, programs and services. Topics covered will include the following: developing a care team, legal and financial planning, coping strategies, care and treatment options, communicating and connecting, and maximizing independence. Join Jeanne Steinkamp from the Alzheimer's Association for this free three part series. Hear caregivers and professionals discuss helpful strategies to provide safe, effective and comfortable care.
Class Times:
ADS LEC T 06:30PM 08:00PM L304
Dates: 03/19
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Volk
The art of grant writing can seem like a daunting task, but with the right strategies and techniques, it can be a highly successful and rewarding experience. In this presentation, we will dive into the world of grant writing and explore the key elements to developing a strong grant proposal. Our experienced grant writers will guide you through the process of conducting thorough research, identifying potential funding sources, and crafting a compelling narrative to showcase the impact of your proposed project. We will also discuss best practices for creating a budget, developing a realistic timeline, and addressing potential challenges. Join us and take your grant writing skills to the next level, and open doors to new funding opportunities for your projects and initiatives.
Class Times:
APT LEC T 02:00PM 03:00PM D202
Dates: 03/20
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
Lifelong Learning class in partnership with Connection Area Agency on Aging to discuss issues of aging.
Class Times:
ADS LEC W 12:30PM 02:30PM L304
Dates: 03/21
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Taylor
Vermicomposting (composting with worms) is a great way to recycle food scraps to make a fantastic soil amendment. You can set up a worm bin inside your house for little money and a worm bin doesn't require the space needed for an outdoor compost pile. Don't worry; there is no smell. Laurie Taylor, Iowa Master Gardener and owner of Living Treasures Flower Farm will walk you through the steps to set up a worm bin, what to feed your worms, what not to feed your worms, maintenance of your worm bin, and answer any questions you have. Laurie has been a worm farmer for 9 years and has helped many people set up their own worm bins at home and in classrooms.
Class Times:
APT LEC TH 11:00AM 12:30PM D202
Dates: 03/23
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
Course Cost: $25.00
The Institute for Lifelong Learning is hosting a fabulous trip to see the record-breaking Broadway musical, The Lion King, now on its second national tour to Omaha. Experience the spectacle of Disney characters brought to life on the Orpheum Theatre stage by a cast of more than 40 actors. Based on the 1994 Disney animated film of the same name, The Lion King won six 1998 Tony Awards, including Best Musical and a Best Director Award for Julie Taymor. Now Broadway's sixth longest-running show in history, it is also currently the highest grossing Broadway show of all time. Thrill to the exciting African rhythms and the unforgettable score by Elton John and Tim Rice, including Circle of Life and Can You Feel The Love Tonight. No one, adult or child, ever forgets the heart-stirring opening scene?the March of the Animals. Magic! The Lion King! The show is for everyone. As on previous theatre trips, our seats will be the best in the house. We will leave WITCC at 9 a.m. and travel in comfort by motor coach, stopping for a Surprise Brunch before our arrival in Omaha. The performance begins at 1:00 p.m. Our trip home will include a Fiona Treat. We will be back at Western Iowa Tech at 7:15 p.m. Fee: $125 (includes ticket, brunch, transport, and a ?special treat.?) Max: 48 Early registration is strongly recommended. Full payment due on booking. For an additional fee of $15, you may have the cancellation waiver which provides a refund of the trip price at anytime for any reason. We regret that there can be no refunds unless you have purchased the waiver.
Class Times:
LEC S 09:00AM 07:00PM
Dates: 03/23
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Hawkins
Course Cost: $50.00
Riding a moped is fun, but awareness of safety and the rules of the road is a priority. Fourteen and fifteen year old Iowans are required by law to complete an approved moped safety course prior to being issued a license to operate a moped. Students are advised to bring a sack lunch. Preregistration and prepayment are required.
Class Times:
CCO LEC S 08:30AM 02:30PM B222
Dates: 03/25
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
Join Lifelong Learners as we meet with Dr. Travis M. Langan to learn about the importance of foot health. A native of Nebraska, Dr. Langan is a specialist in podiatry and foot surgeon for Unity Point Health. He will share the importance of foot health to live an active and fulfilling life. Bring your questions and learn how proper foot care can help prevent falls, injuries, and complications from chronic diseases.
Class Times:
APT LEC M 11:00AM 12:30PM D103
Dates: 03/26
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
Course Cost: $45.00
HeartCode Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider Course. The goal of this course is to train participants to save the lives of victims in cardiac arrest through high-quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). BLS skills are applicable to any healthcare setting. BLS students will learn rescue techniques for adults, children, and infants. The course includes skills practice and skills testing. Certification cards will be issued after successfully completing the course; course completion cards must be renewed every two years.
Class Times:
ADS LEC T 10:00AM 04:00PM L427
Dates: 03/26
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
Medicare is a complex system that can quickly swamp its beneficiaries. Chris Kuchta, a Senior Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP) counselor from Connections Arae Agency on Aging, will give a lively overview of Medicare and many of its options to help clear those murky waters of its alphabet soup (Parts A, B, C, D), supplements, advantage plans and other riptides such as the prescription drug donut hole that can pull you under! See how you or your loved one may lower the boom on Medicare costs by making annual drug plan comparisons, applying for federal and/or state benefits, or utilizing pharmaceutical assistance programs. Steer clear of the wounds caused by healthcare fraud and identity theft pirates. This will be a cruise you'll be delighted to take!
Class Times:
APT LEC T 06:00PM 08:30PM D103
Dates: 03/27
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
Siouxland offers many places to find fresh produce, meat, dairy, and other groceries to stay healthy and strong. This term we will visit various places to see what is available. Join Sue Owens for a meet-up and tour of the Sioux City Farmers Market to get the inside scoop from Becky Barnes, the Market Manager. The Sioux City Farmers Market is open Wednesdays and Saturdays from 8 AM to 1 PM beginning May 3 to October 28. We will visit the Market Box and meet the vendors to learn about their products. In addition to delicious food items, the Farmers Market often includes crafts, jewelry, chocolate, soaps, and flowers.
Class Times:
LEC W 02:00PM 03:00PM
Dates: 04/01 -04/15/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Gifford
You Say You Want a Revolution? - How the American Experiment in Self Government Developed. There is a fine art to governing. As we will see in this class, there is a reason many of our institutions work - or don't work - today. Join Russ Gifford for this detailed, but lighter look at the people and personalities that decided how the American system of government came to be. We must hang together, or we will surely hang separately. - Ben Franklin But in the time after the Revolution, another revered founding father would counter. Unions, like marriages sometimes fall short of happiness, but this is owing to the parties themselves who rush into it without due consideration or fail. in their conduct towards each other afterward. - Samuel Adams Few Americans know much about the original government that formed after the Revolution. That period between winning the war, and the coming of the Constitution is a blank spot to most Americans. We celebrate 1776 for the Declaration of Independence. And we might or might not remember it took seven long years of fighting before the British finally said, Enough. With the coming of 1783 and the treaty that made peace possible, suddenly thirteen colonies that had decided to 'hang together' were more than happy to now go their separate ways. But they soon found they were forced to remain somewhat connected. Or were they? Some of the most ardent revolutionaries, like Sam Adams, were not sold on the idea. I confess, as I enter the Building I stumble at the Threshold. I meet with a National Government, instead of a Federal Union of Sovereign States. - Samuel Adams But Patrick Henry made Adams look tame: My great objection to this Government is, that it does not leave us the means of defending our rights, or of waging war against tyrants. .The officers of Congress, may come upon you now, fortified with all the terrors of paramount federal authority. - Patrick Henry What was the original Union - the Articles of Confederation? And how did the Constitution come to replace it? Join Russ Gifford and explore the steps from the Revolution to the Articles of Confederation, and finally, the creation of the Constitution. The goal is to see how it all developed, and why. Part 1: From the Revolution to a Functioning Government: 1783 to 1792 - In the first class, we will look at a quick look at the latter years of the Revolution and see how it was possible for the tiny American colonies to throw off the yoke of colonial rule. (Hint - thank the French.) Then we will see how the independent colonies structured their national government. (Hint - badly.) In this period, we will look at the major events of that time, and the different bodies of power in government - and the names we know, and the ones we have forgotten. (Hint - you will recognize most of them - but not all.) We will also see WHY we don't know those others today. (Hint - Winners write the histories.) Part 2: The Big Picture - Representative Government From the earliest moments on the shores of the new country, town meetings were part of self-determination. It was the ideal process of decision-making. Except, of course, it was difficult. While town hall meetings were good, it became apparent that Representative government was necessary. Representatives, chosen from the best of the community, were needed. From the very beginning, Americans knew the House of Representatives would be the most important part of the American government that was yet to be developed. The House would be the Voice of the People. But the States realized, Wait -who looks after the State's rights to govern? Thus, in the original compromise, the Senate - the Voice of the States came into being. Why this compromise, and how each of these bodies have evolved is part of the story of Representative Government. Part 3: The Executive, and the Judiciary But the key in the minds of the Debates on the Constitution was, How can we avoid the impossibility of any movement at all on bills between the various 'sovereign' states? In the last moments of the agreement, many parts came into being. We will see the original ideas on the Constitution, again, via quotes, and how the Courts were envisioned. Which may be a real surprise. The Presidency -Is, what, exactly? The Courts - but. wait a minute! Who said he could do THAT??? Join Russ Gifford, as he uses the writings, the papers, and the quotes of the people on the ground to see how this all developed. But - you may be surprised.
Class Times:
APT LEC M 12:00PM 02:00PM D103
Dates: 04/01 -04/15/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Gifford
You Say You Want a Revolution? - How the American Experiment in Self Government Developed. There is a fine art to governing. As we will see in this class, there is a reason many of our institutions work - or don't work - today. Join Russ Gifford for this detailed, but lighter look at the people and personalities that decided how the American system of government came to be. We must hang together, or we will surely hang separately. - Ben Franklin But in the time after the Revolution, another revered founding father would counter. Unions, like marriages sometimes fall short of happiness, but this is owing to the parties themselves who rush into it without due consideration or fail. in their conduct towards each other afterward. - Samuel Adams Few Americans know much about the original government that formed after the Revolution. That period between winning the war, and the coming of the Constitution is a blank spot to most Americans. We celebrate 1776 for the Declaration of Independence. And we might or might not remember it took seven long years of fighting before the British finally said, Enough. With the coming of 1783 and the treaty that made peace possible, suddenly thirteen colonies that had decided to 'hang together' were more than happy to now go their separate ways. But they soon found they were forced to remain somewhat connected. Or were they? Some of the most ardent revolutionaries, like Sam Adams, were not sold on the idea. I confess, as I enter the Building I stumble at the Threshold. I meet with a National Government, instead of a Federal Union of Sovereign States. - Samuel Adams But Patrick Henry made Adams look tame: My great objection to this Government is, that it does not leave us the means of defending our rights, or of waging war against tyrants. .The officers of Congress, may come upon you now, fortified with all the terrors of paramount federal authority. - Patrick Henry What was the original Union - the Articles of Confederation? And how did the Constitution come to replace it? Join Russ Gifford and explore the steps from the Revolution to the Articles of Confederation, and finally, the creation of the Constitution. The goal is to see how it all developed, and why. Part 1: From the Revolution to a Functioning Government: 1783 to 1792 - In the first class, we will look at a quick look at the latter years of the Revolution and see how it was possible for the tiny American colonies to throw off the yoke of colonial rule. (Hint - thank the French.) Then we will see how the independent colonies structured their national government. (Hint - badly.) In this period, we will look at the major events of that time, and the different bodies of power in government - and the names we know, and the ones we have forgotten. (Hint - you will recognize most of them - but not all.) We will also see WHY we don't know those others today. (Hint - Winners write the histories.) Part 2: The Big Picture - Representative Government From the earliest moments on the shores of the new country, town meetings were part of self-determination. It was the ideal process of decision-making. Except, of course, it was difficult. While town hall meetings were good, it became apparent that Representative government was necessary. Representatives, chosen from the best of the community, were needed. From the very beginning, Americans knew the House of Representatives would be the most important part of the American government that was yet to be developed. The House would be the Voice of the People. But the States realized, Wait -who looks after the State's rights to govern? Thus, in the original compromise, the Senate - the Voice of the States came into being. Why this compromise, and how each of these bodies have evolved is part of the story of Representative Government. Part 3: The Executive, and the Judiciary But the key in the minds of the Debates on the Constitution was, How can we avoid the impossibility of any movement at all on bills between the various 'sovereign' states? In the last moments of the agreement, many parts came into being. We will see the original ideas on the Constitution, again, via quotes, and how the Courts were envisioned. Which may be a real surprise. The Presidency -Is, what, exactly? The Courts - but. wait a minute! Who said he could do THAT??? Join Russ Gifford, as he uses the writings, the papers, and the quotes of the people on the ground to see how this all developed. But - you may be surprised.
Class Times:
LEC M 06:30PM 08:30PM
Dates: 04/02 -04/30/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: David
Course Cost: $10.00
This is one of our most popular programs. Have fun working out in a healthy way. The program includes stretching and weightlifting to strengthen muscles and improve cardiovascular health. This class is one of the most popular, so be sure to sign up early to avoid disappointment! Lifelong Learning Membership required. WITCC ID required IMPORTANT NOTE: This class will be held in the Gymnasium in the Dr. Robert E. Dunker Center. In order to gain access to this room, you will need a student I.D. Please bring a change of shoes with you, preferably athletic shoes/sneakers. The Aerobics Room, W203 is also reserved for this class from 9 - 11 a.m. for warm ups.
Class Times:
RED LEC TTH 09:30AM 10:30AM W123
Dates: 04/03
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
Course Cost: $10.00
The Lifelong Learning Book Club is a wonderful way to share ideas with people who love books. We'd love to have you join us! It's very informal and friendly and includes lunch from our Overlook Cafeteria.
Class Times:
ADS LEC W 12:00PM 01:30PM L110
Dates: 04/03 -04/04/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Torno
Course Fee: $125.00
The enrollment fee for the Driver Improvement course is $125.  Students have the option to reschedule once to a future class for a $25 reschedule fee.
Class Times:
CCO LEC WTH 05:30PM 09:30PM B222
Dates: 04/04
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Vaught
Course Cost: $8.00
The civilization of ancient Egypt, which lasted from 3,000 B.C. to 332 B.C., when it was conquered by Alexander the Great continues to enthrall us. Egyptologist Mary Vaught will explore this fascinating world in images and words.
Class Times:
ADS LEC TH 07:00PM 08:30PM L304
Dates: 04/06 -05/11/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
Course Cost: $30.00
In the digital age taking photographs is much easier than it used to be. But that doesn't mean we all take better photographs. In this class, you will learn from a professional photographer how to dramatically improve your technique. Making better photographs involves making the image more compelling through various techniques such as creative lighting, composition, and design elements. But most importantly, it is learning to see the image before pressing the shutter button. In this five-week course, you will explore various compositional design elements such as the rule of thirds, leading lines, the use of silhouettes, and seeing shapes and patterns. The class will also explore the use of filters and various types of available lighting to achieve certain effects, which can include shooting on bright sunlit days, cloudy overcast days, in open shade and on rainy days. The class will discuss using appropriate lenses for photographing certain types of images such as landscapes and portraiture. But, as always, rules are made to be broken. And breaking some of these rules during the class will be encouraged! Students will shoot photos to share with other class members in the next class meeting. These will be based on simple assignments from the instructor that will allow students to explore new photographic ideas. Instructor Jerry Mennenga has worked for various daily newspaper publications for over 25 years in Illinois, Texas, Louisiana, California and Iowa. He has covered a variety of photographic assignments at these various publications and continues to make photographs simply for the fun and joy of it. He creates images for a blog he writes, www.lostinsiouxland.com.
Class Times:
ADS LEC S 10:00AM 12:00PM L304
Dates: 04/06
Location: Denison
Instructor: Torno
Course Fee: $125.00
The enrollment fee for the Driver Improvement course is $125.  Students have the option to reschedule once to a future class for a $25 reschedule fee.
Class Times:
DNWT LEC S 08:00AM 04:30PM B3
Dates: 04/06 -04/07/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Hawkins
Course Fee: $180.00
If you received an OWI in the state of Iowa, you will need to complete the following before your driver's license can be reinstated. Note that in some cases, additional penalties/requirements may be imposed by the court system and/or by the Iowa Department of Transportation.
Class Times:
CCO LEC SSU 08:00AM 02:00PM B222
Dates: 04/06
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Guerra
Course Fee: $60.00
Iowa approved nurse aide written competency exam. Registration is available by phone at (319)254-6772, or in person at the Sioux City or Denison WITCC campuses. Enrollment must be completed one week prior to the test date. Testing fees are due at the time of registration. Questions pertaining to the nurse aide registry status in Iowa should be directed to: Nurse Aide Registry, Iowa Dept of Inspections and Appeals, Lucas State Office Building, Des Moines, Iowa, 50319. (515) 281-0108.
Class Times:
ADS LEC S 08:00AM 02:00PM L303
Dates: 04/06
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Guerra
Course Fee: $115.00
Iowa approved nurse aide skills competency exam. Registration is available by phone at (319)254-6772, or in person at the Sioux City or Denison WITCC campuses. Enrollment must be completed one week prior to the test date. Testing fees are due at the time of registration. Questions pertaining to Nurse Aide Registry status in Iowa should be directed to: Nurse Aide Registry, Department of Inspections and Appeals, Lucas State Office Building, Des Moines, Iowa, 50319. (515) 281-0108.
Class Times:
ADS LEC S 08:00AM 02:00PM L303
Dates: 04/09
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
When someone is diagnosed with Alzheimer's, friends and family have many questions. What does the diagnosis mean? What kinds of plans need to be made? What resources are available to help? As the disease progresses, new questions reflect growing needs for skills, programs and services. Topics covered will include the following: developing a care team, legal and financial planning, coping strategies, care and treatment options, communicating and connecting, and maximizing independence. Join Jeanne Steinkamp from the Alzheimer's Association for this free three part series. Hear caregivers and professionals discuss helpful strategies to provide safe, effective and comfortable care.
Class Times:
ADS LEC T 06:30PM 08:00PM L304
Dates: 04/10 -05/15/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: David
Course Cost: $25.00
Zumba Gold is geared toward active older adults. It offers a lower intensity level while the enjoyable choreography focuses on balance, range of motion, and coordination. Come ready to have fun while integrating cardio, conditioning, flexibility and balance! Carissa Ownby is your friendly, certified Zumba Gold instructor.
Class Times:
RED LEC W 09:15AM 10:15AM W203
Dates: 04/10 -05/15/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
Course Cost: $8.00
Lifelong Learning is excited to offer a course in Beginning Bridge. Carol Rogers will be your instructor. She taught grade school for 21 years and has been playing bridge for over 50 years! Place your bids and get ready for fun!
Class Times:
APT LEC W 01:00PM 03:00PM D202
Dates: 04/10
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
Siouxland offers many places to find fresh produce, meat, dairy, and other groceries to stay healthy and strong. This term we will visit various places to see what is available. Join Sue Owens for a meet-up and tour of the Sioux City Farmers Market to get the inside scoop from Becky Barnes, the Market Manager. The Sioux City Farmers Market is open Wednesdays and Saturdays from 8 AM to 1 PM beginning May 3 to October 28. We will visit the Market Box and meet the vendors to learn about their products. In addition to delicious food items, the Farmers Market often includes crafts, jewelry, chocolate, soaps, and flowers.
Class Times:
LEC W 11:00AM 12:00PM
Dates: 04/11
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
Course Cost: $70.00
The goal of the Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider Course is to train participants to save lives of victims in cardiac arrest through high-quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). The American Heart Association (AHA) designed the BLS Course to teach healthcare professionals how to perform high-quality CPR individually or as part of a team. BLS skills are applicable to any healthcare setting. BLS students will learn rescue techniques for adults, children, and infants. At the end of the BLS Course, students will be able to: - Describe the importance of high-quality CPR and its impact on survival - Describe all of the steps of the Chain of Survival - Apply the BLS concepts of the Chain of Survival - Recognize the signs of someone needing CPR - Perform high-quality CPR for an adult - Describe the importance of early use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) - Demonstrate the appropriate use of an AED - Provide effective ventilation by using a barrier device - Perform high-quality CPR for a child - Perform high-quality CPR for an infant - Describe the importance of teams in multirescue resuscitation - Perform as an effective team member during multirescue CPR - Describe the technique for relief of foreign-body airway obstruction for an adult or child - Describe the technique for relief of foreign-body airway obstruction for an infant Course includes skills practice, skills testing, and a written test. Certification cards will be issued after successfully completing the course; course completion cards must be renewed every two years. All registration fees must be paid at time of registration. A cancelation of fees will only be processed if you notify registration of your wish to withdraw before the class begins.
Prerequisites: BLS Healthcare Provider Book  
Class Times:
RED LEC TH 06:00PM 10:00PM W108
Dates: 04/13
Location: Denison
Instructor: Hawkins
Course Cost: $50.00
Riding a moped is fun, but awareness of safety and the rules of the road is a priority. Fourteen and fifteen year old Iowans are required by law to complete an approved moped safety course prior to being issued a license to operate a moped. Students are advised to bring a sack lunch. Preregistration and prepayment are required.
Class Times:
DNWT LEC S 08:30AM 02:30PM B3
Dates: 04/13
Location: Denison
Instructor: Guerra
Course Fee: $60.00
Iowa approved nurse aide written competency exam. Registration is available by phone at (319)254-6772, or in person at the Sioux City or Denison WITCC campuses. Enrollment must be completed one week prior to the test date. Testing fees are due at the time of registration. Questions pertaining to the nurse aide registry status in Iowa should be directed to: Nurse Aide Registry, Iowa Dept of Inspections and Appeals, Lucas State Office Building, Des Moines, Iowa, 50319. (515) 281-0108.
Class Times:
DNWT LEC S 08:00AM 02:00PM TBA
Dates: 04/13
Location: Denison
Instructor: Guerra
Course Fee: $115.00
Iowa approved nurse aide skills competency exam. Registration is available by phone at (319)254-6772, or in person at the Sioux City or Denison WITCC campuses. Enrollment must be completed one week prior to the test date. Testing fees are due at the time of registration. Questions pertaining to Nurse Aide Registry status in Iowa should be directed to: Nurse Aide Registry, Department of Inspections and Appeals, Lucas State Office Building, Des Moines, Iowa, 50319. (515) 281-0108.
Class Times:
DNWT LEC S 08:00AM 02:00PM TBA
Dates: 04/15 -05/15/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Herron
Course Fee: $2,965.00
This program is designed to prepare men and women for tractor trailer driving employment.  The course will consist of classroom instruction and behind-the-wheel experience in trucks currently used by the transportation industry.  Areas of instruction include: *Instrument Clusters *Brake System *Operation and Inspection *Diesel Engines *Trailer Specifications *Coupling and Uncoupling Trailers Safely *Shifting Theory *Driving Techniques *Backing Tractor-Trailers *Parallel Parking Tractor-Trailers *Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations *Daily Logs  By the end of the program, successful students will have an opportunity to test for their Class A CDL. Class A CDL instructional permit, driving record, DOT physical, and drug screen are required to begin the program.  The ability to read and speak English is encouraged. Job placement assistance is available.
Class Times:
BWC LEC MTWTHF 08:00AM 05:00PM W104
BWC LEC S 07:00AM 04:00PM W104
Dates: 04/16 -04/18/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Utesch
Course Fee: $720.00
OSHA 503 Update for General Industry Outreach Trainers.
Class Times:
GSM LEC TWTH 08:00AM 04:30PM C120
Dates: 04/16
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Lewis
Join the Western Iowa Tech Community College Anime Club as they share their favorite Anime characters and films. Anime refers to an animation style originating in Japanese films with a unique art style that shares compelling stories set in futuristic, fantastic, or outer space settings. The characters often engage in hobbies such as cooking, photography, and gardening. You may have noticed colorful anime books that go from back to front or fashionably dressed action packed cartoon characters in films for adults. Anime offers an entertaining way to explore new worlds and stretch your cultural knowledge.
Class Times:
RED LEC T 04:00PM 05:30PM W108
Dates: 04/17 -05/22/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Benson
Course Cost: $25.00
Join this class for seniors interested in learning beginning yoga. Yoga is known for improving mental focus, balance, strength, flexibility, circulation, and digestion all while decreasing stress! Please be sure to bring along an extra pair of soft-soled shoes such as running shoes or dance shoes to wear in this class, in order to protect the floor of the studio. IMPORTANT NOTE: This course will be held in the Dr. Robert E. Dunker Center, Room W203. In order to gain access to this classroom you will need a student I.D. Once registered for the class, you can obtain your I.D. free of charge from Enrollment Services, Kiser Building. Please allow time for your registration in the class as well as for your I.D. to be processed.
Class Times:
RED LEC W 10:15AM 11:15AM W203
Dates: 04/17
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Brown
Course Cost: $35.00
Come join Minerva's Executive Chef Torrey Brown for an enlightening and empowering night of cooking, comfortably covering such items such as grilling anything and everything, using an air fryer, what sous vide cooking is, and other various kitchen mysteries.
Class Times:
APT LEC W 06:00PM 08:00PM D201
Dates: 04/18
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Vaught
Course Cost: $8.00
The civilization of ancient Egypt, which lasted from 3,000 B.C. to 332 B.C., when it was conquered by Alexander the Great continues to enthrall us. Egyptologist Mary Vaught will explore this fascinating world in images and words.
Class Times:
ADS LEC TH 07:00PM 08:30PM L304
Dates: 04/18 -05/23/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Benson
Course Cost: $25.00
Join this class for seniors interested in learning beginning yoga. Yoga is known for improving mental focus, balance, strength, flexibility, circulation, and digestion all while decreasing stress! Please be sure to bring along an extra pair of soft-soled shoes such as running shoes or dance shoes to wear in this class, in order to protect the floor of the studio. IMPORTANT NOTE: This course will be held in the Dr. Robert E. Dunker Center, Room W203. In order to gain access to this classroom you will need a student I.D. Once registered for the class, you can obtain your I.D. free of charge from Enrollment Services, Kiser Building. Please allow time for your registration in the class as well as for your I.D. to be processed.
Class Times:
ZOOM LEC TH 09:30AM 10:30AM ZOOM
Dates: 04/20
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Hueser
Course Cost: $5.00
Lifelong Learners get ready for a fun filled night of trivia and friendship. Alone or in a team up to six people, you can test your knowledge of general trivia in categories, such as popular culture from the 20th and 21st centuries, classical movies, literature, and television as well as general science and sports trivia. There is a topic for everyone. So, gather your friends and come share in the excitement. Amy Hueser will be our entertaining host, and Kendra Hall will officiate as answer judge. Sign up today and see who will earn bragging rights for knowing the most trivia.
Class Times:
RED LEC S 06:00PM 08:00PM W108
Dates: 04/20
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Guerra
Course Fee: $60.00
Iowa approved nurse aide written competency exam. Registration is available by phone at (319)254-6772, or in person at the Sioux City or Denison WITCC campuses. Enrollment must be completed one week prior to the test date. Testing fees are due at the time of registration. Questions pertaining to the nurse aide registry status in Iowa should be directed to: Nurse Aide Registry, Iowa Dept of Inspections and Appeals, Lucas State Office Building, Des Moines, Iowa, 50319. (515) 281-0108.
Class Times:
ADS LEC S 08:00AM 02:00PM L303
Dates: 04/20
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Guerra
Course Fee: $115.00
Iowa approved nurse aide skills competency exam. Registration is available by phone at (319)254-6772, or in person at the Sioux City or Denison WITCC campuses. Enrollment must be completed one week prior to the test date. Testing fees are due at the time of registration. Questions pertaining to Nurse Aide Registry status in Iowa should be directed to: Nurse Aide Registry, Department of Inspections and Appeals, Lucas State Office Building, Des Moines, Iowa, 50319. (515) 281-0108.
Class Times:
ADS LEC S 08:00AM 02:00PM L303
Dates: 04/22
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Gifford
Don't Know Much About - A new series of classes, combining the idea of Lifelong Learning and a road trip for on-the-spot learning! Following in the footsteps of the old song - we'll call it, Don't Know Much About . This program will look at different aspects of our region, and perhaps the things we should know, but don't. Classes can deal with Civics or History, Business or Local Policy, Police or Government, the Legal System, or what the city can do about business development, local improvement efforts, or the structure of local government. First up - Don't Know Much About . State Government! Everyone knows about State Government, right? We all know all the different states in the Union, and where they are. But those of us in Siouxland might be more aware than most that states all have their own rules they follow - and those rules are different from state to state. This is on display for us every day, in the different rules that apply to YOU, depending on which side of which river you are standing. How do states differ, and why? Depending on the situation, this is an important question. You might find out the hard way that ignorance of the law is no excuse. What do State Governments control, and how do they exercise that power? What rights do each of these states guarantee a citizen? What does a state owe a citizen, and what does a citizen owe their state? In our cases, we will get down to specific differences between the three states that make up our region. Bring your best 'surprise' story to share with the class.
Class Times:
APT LEC M 12:00PM 02:00PM D103
Dates: 04/22
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Gifford
Don't Know Much About - A new series of classes, combining the idea of Lifelong Learning and a road trip for on-the-spot learning! Following in the footsteps of the old song - we'll call it, Don't Know Much About . This program will look at different aspects of our region, and perhaps the things we should know, but don't. Classes can deal with Civics or History, Business or Local Policy, Police or Government, the Legal System, or what the city can do about business development, local improvement efforts, or the structure of local government. First up - Don't Know Much About . State Government! Everyone knows about State Government, right? We all know all the different states in the Union, and where they are. But those of us in Siouxland might be more aware than most that states all have their own rules they follow - and those rules are different from state to state. This is on display for us every day, in the different rules that apply to YOU, depending on which side of which river you are standing. How do states differ, and why? Depending on the situation, this is an important question. You might find out the hard way that ignorance of the law is no excuse. What do State Governments control, and how do they exercise that power? What rights do each of these states guarantee a citizen? What does a state owe a citizen, and what does a citizen owe their state? In our cases, we will get down to specific differences between the three states that make up our region. Bring your best 'surprise' story to share with the class.
Class Times:
LEC M 06:30PM 08:30PM
Dates: 04/22 -04/26/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Albert
After four long years, the Lifelong Learning program is returning to New York City on April 22-26, 2024, for a fun-filled five days. Sign up early for this trip is sure to sell out fast. The cost of the tour is $2700 (subject to change in airfare costs) and includes the following: Bus transportation to and from the Omaha Airport Round trip airfare from Omaha to New York City Roundtrip transportation from the airport to the hotel and back Four nights in a hotel in Times Square vicinity Four dinners Four breakfasts Midtown walking tour Empire State Building & Observatory visit Central Park walking tour Metropolitan Museum of Art visit Radio City Music Hall guided tour 2 Broadway shows, Neil Diamond & Spamalot Ferry boat to Ellis Island & Statue of Liberty Lower Manhattan guided sightseeing tour 9/11 Memorial Museum visit Museum of Modern Art visit United Nations visit American Museum of Natural History and Hayden Planetarium visit Please contact Sue Owens at 712-317-3442 or Juline Albert at 712-574-9492 for more information and to register.
Class Times:
LEC MTWTHF
Dates: 04/23
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
Course Cost: $70.00
The goal of the Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider Course is to train participants to save lives of victims in cardiac arrest through high-quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). The American Heart Association (AHA) designed the BLS Course to teach healthcare professionals how to perform high-quality CPR individually or as part of a team. BLS skills are applicable to any healthcare setting. BLS students will learn rescue techniques for adults, children, and infants. At the end of the BLS Course, students will be able to: - Describe the importance of high-quality CPR and its impact on survival - Describe all of the steps of the Chain of Survival - Apply the BLS concepts of the Chain of Survival - Recognize the signs of someone needing CPR - Perform high-quality CPR for an adult - Describe the importance of early use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) - Demonstrate the appropriate use of an AED - Provide effective ventilation by using a barrier device - Perform high-quality CPR for a child - Perform high-quality CPR for an infant - Describe the importance of teams in multirescue resuscitation - Perform as an effective team member during multirescue CPR - Describe the technique for relief of foreign-body airway obstruction for an adult or child - Describe the technique for relief of foreign-body airway obstruction for an infant Course includes skills practice, skills testing, and a written test. Certification cards will be issued after successfully completing the course; course completion cards must be renewed every two years. All registration fees must be paid at time of registration. A cancelation of fees will only be processed if you notify registration of your wish to withdraw before the class begins.
Prerequisites: BLS Healthcare Provider Book  
Class Times:
RED LEC T 06:00PM 10:00PM W108
Dates: 04/29
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
Course Cost: $45.00
HeartCode Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider Course. The goal of this course is to train participants to save the lives of victims in cardiac arrest through high-quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). BLS skills are applicable to any healthcare setting. BLS students will learn rescue techniques for adults, children, and infants. The course includes skills practice and skills testing. Certification cards will be issued after successfully completing the course; course completion cards must be renewed every two years.
Class Times:
ADS LEC M 10:00AM 04:00PM L427
Dates: 04/29
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
Join Tasha Jones, Elder Rights Specialist at the Connections Area Agency on Aging, for the Money Smart for Older Adults Program. The program raises awareness among older adults and their caregivers on how to prevent fraud, scams, and other elder financial exploitation. The curriculum encourages advanced planning and informed financial decision-making. Money Smart for Older Adults was developed jointly by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) and the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Come learn how to be money smart and protect your money.
Class Times:
ADS LEC M 11:00AM 01:00PM L304
Dates: 04/30
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Wright
Course Cost: $15.00
Prep some meals that you can pull out of the freezer when you are ready to grill this summer. Join Brenda Wright as we discuss how to make some different marinades and seasonings to prep a few proteins to be grill ready. Enjoy a relaxing and healthy meal on the patio with less fuss this summer.
Class Times:
LEC T 06:00PM 07:30PM
Dates: 05/01 -05/31/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
Course Cost: $50.00
This class is designed for individuals who want to continue teaching AHA BLS or Heartsaver courses. Cards will be issued upon successful completion; they are valid for two years. Prerequisite: must be a current BLS Instructor with a minimum of four (4) classes taught in the two (2) year renewal period. The required book is: Current BLS or Heartsaver Instructor Manual.
Prerequisites: American Heart BLS Instructor Manual Current Instructor Card  
Class Times:
ADS LEC MTWTHF 02:00PM 04:00PM TBA
Dates: 05/01
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
Course Cost: $10.00
The Lifelong Learning Book Club is a wonderful way to share ideas with people who love books. We'd love to have you join us! It's very informal and friendly and includes lunch from our Overlook Cafeteria.
Class Times:
ADS LEC W 12:00PM 01:30PM L110
Dates: 05/02 -05/30/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: David
Course Cost: $10.00
This is one of our most popular programs. Have fun working out in a healthy way. The program includes stretching and weightlifting to strengthen muscles and improve cardiovascular health. This class is one of the most popular, so be sure to sign up early to avoid disappointment! Lifelong Learning Membership required. WITCC ID required IMPORTANT NOTE: This class will be held in the Gymnasium in the Dr. Robert E. Dunker Center. In order to gain access to this room, you will need a student I.D. Please bring a change of shoes with you, preferably athletic shoes/sneakers. The Aerobics Room, W203 is also reserved for this class from 9 - 11 a.m. for warm ups.
Class Times:
RED LEC TTH 09:30AM 10:30AM W123
Dates: 05/04 -05/05/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Hawkins
Course Fee: $180.00
If you received an OWI in the state of Iowa, you will need to complete the following before your driver's license can be reinstated. Note that in some cases, additional penalties/requirements may be imposed by the court system and/or by the Iowa Department of Transportation.
Class Times:
CCO LEC SSU 08:00AM 02:00PM B222
Dates: 05/04
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Guerra
Course Fee: $60.00
Iowa approved nurse aide written competency exam. Registration is available by phone at (319)254-6772, or in person at the Sioux City or Denison WITCC campuses. Enrollment must be completed one week prior to the test date. Testing fees are due at the time of registration. Questions pertaining to the nurse aide registry status in Iowa should be directed to: Nurse Aide Registry, Iowa Dept of Inspections and Appeals, Lucas State Office Building, Des Moines, Iowa, 50319. (515) 281-0108.
Class Times:
ADS LEC S 08:00AM 02:00PM L303
Dates: 05/04
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Guerra
Course Fee: $115.00
Iowa approved nurse aide skills competency exam. Registration is available by phone at (319)254-6772, or in person at the Sioux City or Denison WITCC campuses. Enrollment must be completed one week prior to the test date. Testing fees are due at the time of registration. Questions pertaining to Nurse Aide Registry status in Iowa should be directed to: Nurse Aide Registry, Department of Inspections and Appeals, Lucas State Office Building, Des Moines, Iowa, 50319. (515) 281-0108.
Class Times:
ADS LEC S 08:00AM 02:00PM L303
Dates: 05/06 -05/13/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Gifford
This series is named in honor of Dr. Robert E. Dunker, president emeritus of Western Iowa Tech Community College and founder of The Institute for Lifelong Learning.
Class Times:
APT LEC M 12:00PM 02:00PM D103
Dates: 05/06 -05/13/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Gifford
This series is named in honor of Dr. Robert E. Dunker, president emeritus of Western Iowa Tech Community College and founder of The Institute for Lifelong Learning.
Class Times:
ZOOM LEC M 06:30PM 08:30PM ZOOM
Dates: 05/07 -05/10/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Utesch
Course Fee: $835.00
Prerequisite: Students must have completed the OSHA 511 Occupational Safety and Health Standards for the General Industry and have five (5) years of safety related experience. NOTE: Prior approval of safety experience by the Director, MCC OSHA Training Institute Education Center required for entrance to course. This course is for private sector personnel from all types of industries. It is designed to present detailed information on how the provisions of the OSH Act may be implemented in the workplace. Rights and responsibilities under the OSH Act, the appeals process, record keeping and Voluntary Protection Programs are covered. This four day course also includes an introduction to OSHA's general industry standards and an overview of the requirements of the more frequently referenced standards. This course will allow you to conduct both the 10 and 30-hour voluntary compliance courses and issue cards to participants certifying course completion. NOTE: Students who wish to participate as authorized trainers in the Outreach Program must successfully pass a written exam and an oral presentation.
Prerequisites: Take COSH-1313  
Class Times:
GSM LEC TWTHF 08:00AM 04:30PM C120
Dates: 05/07
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
Medicare is a complex system that can quickly swamp its beneficiaries. Chris Kuchta, a Senior Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP) counselor from Connections Arae Agency on Aging, will give a lively overview of Medicare and many of its options to help clear those murky waters of its alphabet soup (Parts A, B, C, D), supplements, advantage plans and other riptides such as the prescription drug donut hole that can pull you under! See how you or your loved one may lower the boom on Medicare costs by making annual drug plan comparisons, applying for federal and/or state benefits, or utilizing pharmaceutical assistance programs. Steer clear of the wounds caused by healthcare fraud and identity theft pirates. This will be a cruise you'll be delighted to take!
Class Times:
APT LEC T 06:00PM 08:30PM D103
Dates: 05/07 -05/09/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Napier
Course Cost: $20.00
You know how to do your favorite things on your iPad, but what else can it do? The intermediate iPad class will dive further into some of the features and abilities of the iPad. This class will cover: Making bookmarks, favorites and reading lists in the browser Safari, using the camera, editing photos with iPhoto, transferring photos to and from the iPad, emailing photos or uploading them to the internet, making FaceTime calls (iOS 4 and later) and putting an email account onto the iPad and using Mail to set up a Mail account, please bring your username and password. Accounts OTHER than: iCloud, Exchange, Google, Yahoo, Aol., outlook.com will not be able to be set up during class. Please make sure your iPad is fully charged before class. Bring any camera accessories you may have.
Class Times:
APT LEC TTH 02:00PM 03:30PM D202
Dates: 05/08
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Linden
Course Cost: $5.00
Sit back and enjoy the sights since some are not able to travel now or prefer to learn more about the area before venturing out on their own, this scenic slide show will satisfy both.  A specific route will be shown to see the most in a day's travel.  A souvenir of your adventure will be a travel guide you can use whenever you decide to travel on your own or just to remember this photographic journey.
Class Times:
APT LEC W 10:30AM 12:00PM D103
Dates: 05/09
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
Course Cost: $70.00
The goal of the Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider Course is to train participants to save lives of victims in cardiac arrest through high-quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). The American Heart Association (AHA) designed the BLS Course to teach healthcare professionals how to perform high-quality CPR individually or as part of a team. BLS skills are applicable to any healthcare setting. BLS students will learn rescue techniques for adults, children, and infants. At the end of the BLS Course, students will be able to: - Describe the importance of high-quality CPR and its impact on survival - Describe all of the steps of the Chain of Survival - Apply the BLS concepts of the Chain of Survival - Recognize the signs of someone needing CPR - Perform high-quality CPR for an adult - Describe the importance of early use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) - Demonstrate the appropriate use of an AED - Provide effective ventilation by using a barrier device - Perform high-quality CPR for a child - Perform high-quality CPR for an infant - Describe the importance of teams in multirescue resuscitation - Perform as an effective team member during multirescue CPR - Describe the technique for relief of foreign-body airway obstruction for an adult or child - Describe the technique for relief of foreign-body airway obstruction for an infant Course includes skills practice, skills testing, and a written test. Certification cards will be issued after successfully completing the course; course completion cards must be renewed every two years. All registration fees must be paid at time of registration. A cancelation of fees will only be processed if you notify registration of your wish to withdraw before the class begins.
Prerequisites: BLS Healthcare Provider Book  
Class Times:
RED LEC TH 06:00PM 10:00PM W108
Dates: 05/11
Location: Cherokee
Instructor: Hawkins
Course Cost: $50.00
Riding a moped is fun, but awareness of safety and the rules of the road is a priority. Fourteen and fifteen year old Iowans are required by law to complete an approved moped safety course prior to being issued a license to operate a moped. Students are advised to bring a sack lunch. Preregistration and prepayment are required.
Class Times:
CEWT LEC S 08:30AM 02:30PM 400
Dates: 05/11
Location: Denison
Instructor: Guerra
Course Fee: $60.00
Iowa approved nurse aide written competency exam. Registration is available by phone at (319)254-6772, or in person at the Sioux City or Denison WITCC campuses. Enrollment must be completed one week prior to the test date. Testing fees are due at the time of registration. Questions pertaining to the nurse aide registry status in Iowa should be directed to: Nurse Aide Registry, Iowa Dept of Inspections and Appeals, Lucas State Office Building, Des Moines, Iowa, 50319. (515) 281-0108.
Class Times:
DNWT LEC S 08:00AM 02:00PM TBA
Dates: 05/11
Location: Denison
Instructor: Guerra
Course Fee: $115.00
Iowa approved nurse aide skills competency exam. Registration is available by phone at (319)254-6772, or in person at the Sioux City or Denison WITCC campuses. Enrollment must be completed one week prior to the test date. Testing fees are due at the time of registration. Questions pertaining to Nurse Aide Registry status in Iowa should be directed to: Nurse Aide Registry, Department of Inspections and Appeals, Lucas State Office Building, Des Moines, Iowa, 50319. (515) 281-0108.
Class Times:
DNWT LEC S 08:00AM 02:00PM TBA
Dates: 05/14
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Napier
Course Cost: $10.00
The instructor will explain what streaming is how to get on the bandwagon.
Class Times:
APT LEC T 02:00PM 04:00PM D202
Dates: 05/16 -06/18/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Herron
Course Fee: $2,965.00
This program is designed to prepare men and women for tractor trailer driving employment.  The course will consist of classroom instruction and behind-the-wheel experience in trucks currently used by the transportation industry.  Areas of instruction include: *Instrument Clusters *Brake System *Operation and Inspection *Diesel Engines *Trailer Specifications *Coupling and Uncoupling Trailers Safely *Shifting Theory *Driving Techniques *Backing Tractor-Trailers *Parallel Parking Tractor-Trailers *Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations *Daily Logs  By the end of the program, successful students will have an opportunity to test for their Class A CDL. Class A CDL instructional permit, driving record, DOT physical, and drug screen are required to begin the program.  The ability to read and speak English is encouraged. Job placement assistance is available.
Class Times:
BWC LEC MTWTHF 08:00AM 05:00PM W104
BWC LEC S 07:00AM 04:00PM W104
Dates: 05/17
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
Course Cost: $85.00
Roll up! That's an invitation to make a reservation for the Mystery Tour. Discover your spirit of adventure and let us whisk you away to some secret locations. Roll up! The Magical Mystery Tour is waiting to take you away. Guided tour with moderate walking. Early registration strongly recommended. Lifelong Learning membership required.
Class Times:
LEC F 08:00AM 06:00PM
Dates: 05/17
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
Course Cost: $25.00
Roll up! That's an invitation to make a reservation for the Mystery Tour. Discover your spirit of adventure and let us whisk you away to some secret locations. Roll up! The Magical Mystery Tour is waiting to take you away. Guided tour with moderate walking. Early registration strongly recommended. Lifelong Learning membership required.
Class Times:
LEC F 08:00AM 06:00PM
Dates: 05/18
Location: Denison
Instructor: Torno
Course Fee: $125.00
The enrollment fee for the Driver Improvement course is $125.  Students have the option to reschedule once to a future class for a $25 reschedule fee.
Class Times:
DNWT LEC S 08:00AM 04:30PM B3
Dates: 05/18
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Guerra
Course Fee: $60.00
Iowa approved nurse aide written competency exam. Registration is available by phone at (319)254-6772, or in person at the Sioux City or Denison WITCC campuses. Enrollment must be completed one week prior to the test date. Testing fees are due at the time of registration. Questions pertaining to the nurse aide registry status in Iowa should be directed to: Nurse Aide Registry, Iowa Dept of Inspections and Appeals, Lucas State Office Building, Des Moines, Iowa, 50319. (515) 281-0108.
Class Times:
ADS LEC S 08:00AM 02:00PM L303
Dates: 05/18
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Guerra
Course Fee: $115.00
Iowa approved nurse aide skills competency exam. Registration is available by phone at (319)254-6772, or in person at the Sioux City or Denison WITCC campuses. Enrollment must be completed one week prior to the test date. Testing fees are due at the time of registration. Questions pertaining to Nurse Aide Registry status in Iowa should be directed to: Nurse Aide Registry, Department of Inspections and Appeals, Lucas State Office Building, Des Moines, Iowa, 50319. (515) 281-0108.
Class Times:
ADS LEC S 08:00AM 02:00PM L303
Dates: 05/20
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Gifford
Join Russ Gifford as we look at the development of the uniquely American Private Detective novel. Along the way, we will use these books to view America at the moment in time when everything seems to be changing fast - the 1920s. From 1920-1940, Dashiell Hammett starts with the characters Continental Op and Sam Spade, and don't forget the Thin Man. We'll see how Raymond Chandler followed in his footsteps with Philip Marlowe. These stories set readers on the edge of their seats in the 1920s, and both authors would soon do the same with movies. The Maltese Falcon would be filmed three times before they find the right person to play Sam Spade. Bogart would put his stamp on Spade, but then go on to play the ultra-cool Philip Marlowe in Chandler's The Big Sleep. But how do the books compare to the movies? And what influence do the books, the characters, the authors, and the stories have in our time? Ah, that is the mystery we will pursue in this talk. Enjoy this glimpse into the novels, the books, the cities, and the times of Hammett, Chandler, Spade, and Marlowe.
Class Times:
APT LEC M 12:00PM 02:00PM D103
Dates: 05/20
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Gifford
Join Russ Gifford as we look at the development of the uniquely American Private Detective novel. Along the way, we will use these books to view America at the moment in time when everything seems to be changing fast - the 1920s. From 1920-1940, Dashiell Hammett starts with the characters Continental Op and Sam Spade, and don't forget the Thin Man. We'll see how Raymond Chandler followed in his footsteps with Philip Marlowe. These stories set readers on the edge of their seats in the 1920s, and both authors would soon do the same with movies. The Maltese Falcon would be filmed three times before they find the right person to play Sam Spade. Bogart would put his stamp on Spade, but then go on to play the ultra-cool Philip Marlowe in Chandler's The Big Sleep. But how do the books compare to the movies? And what influence do the books, the characters, the authors, and the stories have in our time? Ah, that is the mystery we will pursue in this talk. Enjoy this glimpse into the novels, the books, the cities, and the times of Hammett, Chandler, Spade, and Marlowe.
Class Times:
ZOOM LEC M 06:30PM 08:30PM ZOOM
Dates: 05/21
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
Course Cost: $70.00
The goal of the Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider Course is to train participants to save lives of victims in cardiac arrest through high-quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). The American Heart Association (AHA) designed the BLS Course to teach healthcare professionals how to perform high-quality CPR individually or as part of a team. BLS skills are applicable to any healthcare setting. BLS students will learn rescue techniques for adults, children, and infants. At the end of the BLS Course, students will be able to: - Describe the importance of high-quality CPR and its impact on survival - Describe all of the steps of the Chain of Survival - Apply the BLS concepts of the Chain of Survival - Recognize the signs of someone needing CPR - Perform high-quality CPR for an adult - Describe the importance of early use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) - Demonstrate the appropriate use of an AED - Provide effective ventilation by using a barrier device - Perform high-quality CPR for a child - Perform high-quality CPR for an infant - Describe the importance of teams in multirescue resuscitation - Perform as an effective team member during multirescue CPR - Describe the technique for relief of foreign-body airway obstruction for an adult or child - Describe the technique for relief of foreign-body airway obstruction for an infant Course includes skills practice, skills testing, and a written test. Certification cards will be issued after successfully completing the course; course completion cards must be renewed every two years. All registration fees must be paid at time of registration. A cancelation of fees will only be processed if you notify registration of your wish to withdraw before the class begins.
Prerequisites: BLS Healthcare Provider Book  
Class Times:
RED LEC T 06:00PM 10:00PM W108
Dates: 05/21
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
Course Cost: $100.00
This class will enable individuals to instruct AHA BLS and Heartsaver courses according to AHA standards. These class sessions will include all of the new guidelines for instructors. Cards will be issued upon successful completion; they are valid for two years. Prerequisite: Must be a current BLS Provider (the provider card must be presented to the instructor at the start of class). Must complete the BLS Instructor Essentials online course (elearning.heart.org). Certificate must be brought to class. Current BLS or Heartsaver Instructor Manual must be brought to class.
Class Times:
ADS LEC T 01:00PM 05:00PM L427
Dates: 05/21
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Napier
Course Cost: $10.00
What happens to your social media accounts if /when you die? Social media allows us to stay connected with our family and friends over great distances, giving us the abililty to share our lives and special events in a myriad of ways. But what happens to all that content in the cloud if, or rather, when a person dies? Haseena Napier will explain how soical media sights liek Face Book, You Tube, Instagram and more deal with content after a person dies. She will also review decisions on can make now to influence how your content will be preserved.
Class Times:
ADS LEC T 02:00PM 03:00PM L304
Dates: 05/22
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
Course Cost: $50.00
As a child did you always admire horses from afar? Have you wanted to learn more about horses? Whether or not you have ever been around a horse, this class will make you more confident around them. Learning to Communicate with Horses is a non-riding horse class for adults 50 and over who have always wanted to learn about these majestic creatures. This half-day class will teach you safe communication with horses. You'll experience a silky muzzle, warmth of breath and the feeling of serenity as you connect with a horse. Learn how horses communicate with each other, and how to safely interact and engage in activities that encourage bonding between horse and human. Sometimes this bond can help the human heart to heal when there has been a loss or sad experience or traumatic incident in a person's life. At the end of the workshop, you will have enough confidence and knowledge to be comfortable in the presence of the horses. We also hope you might consider taking our class Silver Saddles (see below) which will provide a gentle introduction to horsemanship. Classes are held at the S.T.A.R.S. Riding Center just 1 ½ miles north of Mike's Saloon on Hamilton Boulevard. Please dress comfortably (no sandals please!) in layers and bring a sack lunch. Light refreshments and beverages will be provided. Participants must be fit enough to stand and walk on uneven surfaces.
Class Times:
LEC W 08:30AM 11:00AM
Dates: 05/22 -06/26/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: David
Course Cost: $25.00
Zumba Gold is geared toward active older adults. It offers a lower intensity level while the enjoyable choreography focuses on balance, range of motion, and coordination. Come ready to have fun while integrating cardio, conditioning, flexibility and balance! Carissa Ownby is your friendly, certified Zumba Gold instructor.
Class Times:
RED LEC W 09:15AM 10:15AM W203
Dates: 05/22 -05/23/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Torno
Course Fee: $125.00
The enrollment fee for the Driver Improvement course is $125.  Students have the option to reschedule once to a future class for a $25 reschedule fee.
Class Times:
CCO LEC WTH 05:30PM 09:30PM B222
Dates: 05/23
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
Course Cost: $45.00
HeartCode Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider Course. The goal of this course is to train participants to save the lives of victims in cardiac arrest through high-quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). BLS skills are applicable to any healthcare setting. BLS students will learn rescue techniques for adults, children, and infants. The course includes skills practice and skills testing. Certification cards will be issued after successfully completing the course; course completion cards must be renewed every two years.
Class Times:
ADS LEC TH 10:00AM 04:00PM L427
Dates: 05/23
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
Siouxland History with Local Researchers Researchers from the Sioux City Museum, Siouxland Public Library, and Air Museum often share their presentations about the history and lifestyles of Sioux City on the Western Iowa Tech Community College campus for Lifelong Learners. We appreciate their willingness to come and share with our members about their various research projects.
Class Times:
APT LEC TH 11:00AM 12:30PM D103
Dates: 05/23
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Gifford
Western Iowa Tech Community college is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, and Lifelong Learning will celebrate four great groups and groundbreaking albums by revving up the WIT WayBack Machine to visit 1966! The Beatles! The Beach Boys! Simon & Garfunkel! Bob Dylan! In the space of twelve months, four singing groups and individuals would change the face of Rock n' Roll and the world. This year of music provided an enduring soundtrack for a time that would change America. Join Russ Gifford and relive the times, the people, the events, and most of all, the great music of 1966! The sights, sounds, faces and places will all come flooding back. We might uncover a few things you've forgotten! As David Crosby always points out, If you can remember the Sixties, you weren't there.
Class Times:
APT LEC TH 06:30PM 08:30PM D103
Dates: 05/29 -06/19/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: STAFF
Course Cost: $125.00
You don't have to be a child or young adult to discover the magic of horses and horse-riding. This wonderful program, created and taught by the skilled staff of S.T.A.R.S (Special Troopers Adaptive Riding School) in Sioux City, is designed for Lifelong Learning members over 50 who want to combine fitness activities with a search for new experiences. The Silver Saddles program will provide you with an understanding of horses, safe interaction around them and an opportunity to develop elementary skills in horse riding. The S.T.A.R.S. staff has had a great deal of experience working with individuals who have had little or no previous interaction with horses. You will learn how to bond with horses, feed them and eventually enjoy a gentle ride at the S.T.A.R.S. facility. Similar programs around the country have found that seniors can improve balance, flexibility and endurance as a result of this kind of activity. There are also psychological benefits: developing a sense of meaning, promoting social connections and acquiring a sense of accomplishment.
Class Times:
LEC W 08:30AM 10:00AM
Dates: 06/01 -06/02/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Hawkins
Course Fee: $180.00
If you received an OWI in the state of Iowa, you will need to complete the following before your driver's license can be reinstated. Note that in some cases, additional penalties/requirements may be imposed by the court system and/or by the Iowa Department of Transportation.
Class Times:
CCO LEC SSU 08:00AM 02:00PM B222
Dates: 06/01
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Guerra
Course Fee: $60.00
Iowa approved nurse aide written competency exam. Registration is available by phone at (319)254-6772, or in person at the Sioux City or Denison WITCC campuses. Enrollment must be completed one week prior to the test date. Testing fees are due at the time of registration. Questions pertaining to the nurse aide registry status in Iowa should be directed to: Nurse Aide Registry, Iowa Dept of Inspections and Appeals, Lucas State Office Building, Des Moines, Iowa, 50319. (515) 281-0108.
Class Times:
ADS LEC S 08:00AM 02:00PM L303
Dates: 06/01
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Guerra
Course Fee: $115.00
Iowa approved nurse aide skills competency exam. Registration is available by phone at (319)254-6772, or in person at the Sioux City or Denison WITCC campuses. Enrollment must be completed one week prior to the test date. Testing fees are due at the time of registration. Questions pertaining to Nurse Aide Registry status in Iowa should be directed to: Nurse Aide Registry, Department of Inspections and Appeals, Lucas State Office Building, Des Moines, Iowa, 50319. (515) 281-0108.
Class Times:
ADS LEC S 08:00AM 02:00PM L303
Dates: 06/03 -06/06/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Niewohner
Course Cost: $25.00
Have you ever wondered how artists create colorful
Class Times:
GSM LEC MTH 01:00PM 03:00PM C129
Dates: 06/03 -06/26/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: Steele
Course Fee: $399.00
Western Iowa Tech offers professional driving instruction for teens. The class will offer 30 hours of class time and be supplemented with 6 hours of behind-the-wheel training for students to learn parallel parking, freeway merges and lane changes, accident prevention and driving in different traffic environments. Considerable classroom time is spent on the effects of driving under the influence of drugs and alcohol, and ways to safely handle emergency situations such as stalls, breakdowns and blowouts.
Class Times:
APT LEC MTWTH 09:00AM 11:00AM D103
Dates: 06/04 -06/27/24
Location: Sioux City
Instructor: David
Course Cost: $10.00
This is one of our most popular programs. Have fun