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Fall Classes


8/24-12/13
ART-120-501
2-D Design
Course ID: ART-120-501
This combined lecture and lab course introduces the concepts of two-dimensional design and spatial orientation to original design creation. Topics included are pattern, texture, line, shape, value, mass and color theory.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 30.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
ART-120-01
2-D Design
Course ID: ART-120-01
This combined lecture and lab course introduces the concepts of two-dimensional design and spatial orientation to original design creation. Topics included are pattern, texture, line, shape, value, mass and color theory.
Instructor: Whitlock
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 30.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
CIS-124-601
3D Modeling and Topology
Course ID: CIS-124-601

Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-241-501
Abnormal Psychology
Course ID: PSY-241-501
This course will introduce student to theories of psychopathology and behavioral changes associated with abnormal behavior. Emphasis on ethical issues of diagnosis and treatment, and major diagnostic categories such as schizophrenia, organic brain disorders, and personality disorders.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-241-502
Abnormal Psychology
Course ID: PSY-241-502
This course will introduce student to theories of psychopathology and behavioral changes associated with abnormal behavior. Emphasis on ethical issues of diagnosis and treatment, and major diagnostic categories such as schizophrenia, organic brain disorders, and personality disorders.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-241-503
Abnormal Psychology
Course ID: PSY-241-503
This course will introduce student to theories of psychopathology and behavioral changes associated with abnormal behavior. Emphasis on ethical issues of diagnosis and treatment, and major diagnostic categories such as schizophrenia, organic brain disorders, and personality disorders.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-241-601
Abnormal Psychology
Course ID: PSY-241-601
This course will introduce student to theories of psychopathology and behavioral changes associated with abnormal behavior. Emphasis on ethical issues of diagnosis and treatment, and major diagnostic categories such as schizophrenia, organic brain disorders, and personality disorders.
Instructor: Murray
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-241-602
Abnormal Psychology
Course ID: PSY-241-602
This course will introduce student to theories of psychopathology and behavioral changes associated with abnormal behavior. Emphasis on ethical issues of diagnosis and treatment, and major diagnostic categories such as schizophrenia, organic brain disorders, and personality disorders.
Instructor: Murray
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-10/18
PSY-241-801
Abnormal Psychology
Course ID: PSY-241-801
This course will introduce student to theories of psychopathology and behavioral changes associated with abnormal behavior. Emphasis on ethical issues of diagnosis and treatment, and major diagnostic categories such as schizophrenia, organic brain disorders, and personality disorders.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
PSY-241-40
Abnormal Psychology
Course ID: PSY-241-40
This course will introduce student to theories of psychopathology and behavioral changes associated with abnormal behavior. Emphasis on ethical issues of diagnosis and treatment, and major diagnostic categories such as schizophrenia, organic brain disorders, and personality disorders.
Instructor: Jackson
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PSY-241-740
Abnormal Psychology
Course ID: PSY-241-740
This course will introduce student to theories of psychopathology and behavioral changes associated with abnormal behavior. Emphasis on ethical issues of diagnosis and treatment, and major diagnostic categories such as schizophrenia, organic brain disorders, and personality disorders.
Instructor: Comstock
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PSY-241-30
Abnormal Psychology
Course ID: PSY-241-30
This course will introduce student to theories of psychopathology and behavioral changes associated with abnormal behavior. Emphasis on ethical issues of diagnosis and treatment, and major diagnostic categories such as schizophrenia, organic brain disorders, and personality disorders.
Instructor: Jackson
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PSY-241-730
Abnormal Psychology
Course ID: PSY-241-730
This course will introduce student to theories of psychopathology and behavioral changes associated with abnormal behavior. Emphasis on ethical issues of diagnosis and treatment, and major diagnostic categories such as schizophrenia, organic brain disorders, and personality disorders.
Instructor: Comstock
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PSY-241-01
Abnormal Psychology
Course ID: PSY-241-01
This course will introduce student to theories of psychopathology and behavioral changes associated with abnormal behavior. Emphasis on ethical issues of diagnosis and treatment, and major diagnostic categories such as schizophrenia, organic brain disorders, and personality disorders.
Instructor: Briggs
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PSY-241-02
Abnormal Psychology
Course ID: PSY-241-02
This course will introduce student to theories of psychopathology and behavioral changes associated with abnormal behavior. Emphasis on ethical issues of diagnosis and treatment, and major diagnostic categories such as schizophrenia, organic brain disorders, and personality disorders.
Instructor: Jackson
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PSY-241-701
Abnormal Psychology
Course ID: PSY-241-701
This course will introduce student to theories of psychopathology and behavioral changes associated with abnormal behavior. Emphasis on ethical issues of diagnosis and treatment, and major diagnostic categories such as schizophrenia, organic brain disorders, and personality disorders.
Instructor: Comstock
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
9/21-12/13
PSY-241-551
Abnormal Psychology
Course ID: PSY-241-551
This course will introduce student to theories of psychopathology and behavioral changes associated with abnormal behavior. Emphasis on ethical issues of diagnosis and treatment, and major diagnostic categories such as schizophrenia, organic brain disorders, and personality disorders.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/19-12/13
PSY-241-901
Abnormal Psychology
Course ID: PSY-241-901
This course will introduce student to theories of psychopathology and behavioral changes associated with abnormal behavior. Emphasis on ethical issues of diagnosis and treatment, and major diagnostic categories such as schizophrenia, organic brain disorders, and personality disorders.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
SDV-041-01
Academic Proj & Presentations
Course ID: SDV-041-01
This course provides an integrated, hands-on approach to planning, developing, and presenting college presentations and projects. Utilizing a variety of formats, students work through the development process for oral presentations, group projects and other individualized assignments requiring more than a written report. Students may integrate course requirements from other courses to focus their work to relevant assignments or topics. Prerequisite: Completed ESI level III coursework or instructor consent.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PTA-130-01
Activities of Daily Living
Course ID: PTA-130-01
This course is a combined lecture and lab course that introduces principles and techniques of client/patient handling and activities of daily living. It provides students with understanding of activities of daily living training including bed mobility,transfer, gait, locomotion, developmental activity, dressing, bathing, eating, and toileting. It includes assistive/adaptive devices and equipment training, body mechanics training, diagnostic measures, and basic clinic safety.
Instructor: Mercer
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 20.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/24-12/13
MAP-123-501
Admin Medical Office Proc
Course ID: MAP-123-501
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/20
MAP-123-01
Admin Medical Office Proc
Course ID: MAP-123-01
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.
Instructor: Monk
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
NET-172-01
Admin Windows Server
Course ID: NET-172-01
This course is the second in a series of three that teaches the fundamentals of deploying, supporting, and administering current Microsoft Windows systems. It is also designed to support individuals preparing to take the current Administering Windows Server exam.
Instructor: Albright
Credits: 4.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/24-12/13
ADM-180-501
Administrative Management
Course ID: ADM-180-501
This course acquaints students with the broad areas of administrative office management, including the managerial process. It emphasizes application of learned concepts through problem-solving techniques, and includes several specialized areas of study which are generally relegated to office managers.
Instructor: Flanigan
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
ECE-930-01
Administrative Practicum
Course ID: ECE-930-01
This course provides students with experience in a community-based setting designed to further competencies in early childhood program administration, management and leadership. Completion of Early Childhood Studies diploma program or current Child Development Associate (CDA) credential; and Instructor Approval.
Credits: 1.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/24-12/13
PSY-224-501
Adolescent Psychology
Course ID: PSY-224-501
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
CIS-408-601
Advanced 3D Gaming Art
Course ID: CIS-408-601
This course introduces advanced modeling and texturing techniques including advanced prop creation, hard surface modeling, re-topology, and advanced texturing. Understanding such techniques is vital for a career involving digital asset creation.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
9/25-9/26
EMS-810-01
Advanced Cardiac Life Support
Course ID: EMS-810-01
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.
Instructor: Sudrla
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 175.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
PHT-207-01
Advanced Digital Darkroom
Course ID: PHT-207-01
This course is designed to expand students' understanding of digital software, digital manipulation, and digital workflow. Advanced techniques for manipulation and conversions are taught. Asset management procedures are stressed. Instructor consent is required.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 50.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
10/05-11/18
CON-216-01
Advanced Framing and Roofing
Course ID: CON-216-01
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.
Instructor: Wilcke
Credits: 6.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 1122     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 1128
8/25-12/22
PHT-214-01
Advanced Lighting
Course ID: PHT-214-01
This course builds on the introductory lighting class. Exploration of the elements of lighting, exposure, shadows, artificial and natural lighting as it pertains to photography are continued. Students learn to use a variety of lighting techniques to enhance their photography. A portfolio presentation is required upon completion. Instructor consent required.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 50.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ELE-197-01
Advanced Motor Control
Course ID: ELE-197-01
In this course students will gain an advanced knowledge of motors in circuits and of the components found in automated control systems. The use of solid state components and programmable controllers will be introduced. Students will have the opportunity to wire motors in a circuit following safety procedures recognized in the electrical industry.
Instructor: Koontz
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 40.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
10/19-12/13
BCA-148-901
Advanced Spreadsheets
Course ID: BCA-148-901
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.
Instructor: Underbakke
Credits: 2.00
Online Tuition: $ 378
10/19-12/13
BCA-148-902
Advanced Spreadsheets
Course ID: BCA-148-902
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.
Credits: 2.00
Online Tuition: $ 378
10/26-12/22
BCA-148-01
Advanced Spreadsheets
Course ID: BCA-148-01
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.
Instructor: Roscovius
Credits: 2.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
10/19-12/13
BCA-130-901
Advanced Word Processing
Course ID: BCA-130-901
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.
Credits: 2.00
Online Tuition: $ 378
8/24-12/13
AGB-466-501
Ag Finance
Course ID: AGB-466-501
This course is a study of the terminology and tools of agricultural finance. It emphasizes the preparation of financial statements, cash flows, budgets and bookkeeping principles. It also discusses financial risk strategies and credit costs.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/19-12/13
AGB-336-901
Agricultural Selling
Course ID: AGB-336-901
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
POL-112-501
Am State & Local Government
Course ID: POL-112-501
An analysis of American politics and government at the state, local, and municipal level. Historical developments and operations, the political economy, and cross-comparisons of various state and local governments, with special emphasis on Iowa, will be covered.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
LIT-111-501
American Literature Since
Course ID: LIT-111-501
A survey of American literature from the Reconstruction era to the present.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
POL-111-501
American National Government
Course ID: POL-111-501
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-10/18
POL-111-801
American National Government
Course ID: POL-111-801
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
9/21-12/13
POL-111-551
American National Government
Course ID: POL-111-551
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/19-12/13
POL-111-901
American National Government
Course ID: POL-111-901
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
AGV-102-01
Animal Handling & Restraint
Course ID: AGV-102-01
This course provides hands-on opportunities for students to practice restraint techniques that are needed in the veterinary field. The labs include concepts for blood collection, medicine administration, rope tying, and more. The lab projects involve both individual and team work.
Instructor: Erickson
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/24-12/13
AGS-242-501
Animal Health
Course ID: AGS-242-501
This course provides information about the cause, nature, prevention, and treatment of common health problems of animals. Topics include animal anatomy and physiology; animal nutrition, animal diseases; animal treatment practices.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
AGS-242-502
Animal Health
Course ID: AGS-242-502
This course provides information about the cause, nature, prevention, and treatment of common health problems of animals. Topics include animal anatomy and physiology; animal nutrition, animal diseases; animal treatment practices.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
AGV-176-01
Animal Nursing (Small &Large)
Course ID: AGV-176-01
This course introduces small and large animal care and management. Students study the history, characteristics, housing, equipment, handling, reproduction, diseases and ailments of small and large animals.
Instructor: Erickson
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
AGS-319-501
Animal Nutrition
Course ID: AGS-319-501
This course is a comprehensive study of animal nutrition. Topics include digestive systems, feedstuffs, processing, nutrition values, ration formulation and practical application.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
CIS-391-601
Animation for Games
Course ID: CIS-391-601
This course introduces students to 3D computer animation, basic animation principles, and application of animation concepts by creating animation scenes. The focus of this course is utilizing key animation concepts to design, create, document, and debug a basic animation.
Credits: 2.00
Online Tuition: $ 378
8/25-12/22
CIS-193-01
Application Development I
Course ID: CIS-193-01
This course requires a background in Objective-C and Apple's Foundation Framework. This is an introductory course to iOS software architecture and programming with a focus on application development. Topics will include the 4-layers of iOS Frameworks with strong emphasis on the Cocoa Touch layer. Coverage will also include extensive programmatic view and control building.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 150.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MUA-143-01
Applied Brass
Course ID: MUA-143-01
This course offers private lessons in brass for musicians with varied background and experience. It includes the study of brass fundamentals, survey of solo brass literature, and preparation for performance of solo brass literature. This course may be repeated for credit. Instructor permission is required.
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 235.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/24-12/13
BCA-206-601
Applied Computer Concepts
Course ID: BCA-206-601
This is an introductory course in basic electronic information processing. The emphasis is on computer literacy designed to give students a general understanding of computer software and hardware. Students gain hands-on experience with an operating system and software applications. Students are exposed to basic computer terminology, file management, email usage, digital devices, Internet, social networking, and security and privacy issues. This course may not transfer to other institutions. It is advisable to be able to key a minimum of 20 wpm in order to be successful in this course.
Instructor: Hassler
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
BCA-206-01
Applied Computer Concepts
Course ID: BCA-206-01
This is an introductory course in basic electronic information processing. The emphasis is on computer literacy designed to give students a general understanding of computer software and hardware. Students gain hands-on experience with an operating system and software applications. Students are exposed to basic computer terminology, file management, email usage, digital devices, Internet, social networking, and security and privacy issues. This course may not transfer to other institutions. It is advisable to be able to key a minimum of 20 wpm in order to be successful in this course.
Instructor: Bronston
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
BCA-206-02
Applied Computer Concepts
Course ID: BCA-206-02
This is an introductory course in basic electronic information processing. The emphasis is on computer literacy designed to give students a general understanding of computer software and hardware. Students gain hands-on experience with an operating system and software applications. Students are exposed to basic computer terminology, file management, email usage, digital devices, Internet, social networking, and security and privacy issues. This course may not transfer to other institutions. It is advisable to be able to key a minimum of 20 wpm in order to be successful in this course.
Instructor: Bronston
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MUA-124-01
Applied Guitar
Course ID: MUA-124-01
This course offers private lessons in guitar for musicians with varied background and experience. It includes the study of guitar fundamentals, survey of solo guitar literature, and preparation for performance of solo guitar literature. This course may be repeated for credit. Instructor permission is required.
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 235.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
MUA-124-02
Applied Guitar
Course ID: MUA-124-02
This course offers private lessons in guitar for musicians with varied background and experience. It includes the study of guitar fundamentals, survey of solo guitar literature, and preparation for performance of solo guitar literature. This course may be repeated for credit. Instructor permission is required.
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 235.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/24-12/13
MAT-772-501
Applied Math
Course ID: MAT-772-501
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
MAT-772-601
Applied Math
Course ID: MAT-772-601
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
MAT-772-602
Applied Math
Course ID: MAT-772-602
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
MAT-772-603
Applied Math
Course ID: MAT-772-603
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
MAT-772-40
Applied Math
Course ID: MAT-772-40
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MAT-772-30
Applied Math
Course ID: MAT-772-30
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MAT-772-31
Applied Math
Course ID: MAT-772-31
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MAT-772-01
Applied Math
Course ID: MAT-772-01
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MAT-772-02
Applied Math
Course ID: MAT-772-02
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MAT-772-03
Applied Math
Course ID: MAT-772-03
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MAT-772-04
Applied Math
Course ID: MAT-772-04
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MAT-772-05
Applied Math
Course ID: MAT-772-05
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MAT-772-06
Applied Math
Course ID: MAT-772-06
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.
Instructor: Farr
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MAT-772-07
Applied Math
Course ID: MAT-772-07
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MAT-772-08
Applied Math
Course ID: MAT-772-08
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MAT-772-09
Applied Math
Course ID: MAT-772-09
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MAT-772-10
Applied Math
Course ID: MAT-772-10
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.
Instructor: Ricklefs
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MAT-772-11
Applied Math
Course ID: MAT-772-11
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.
Instructor: Cagley
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MAT-772-12
Applied Math
Course ID: MAT-772-12
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MAT-772-13
Applied Math
Course ID: MAT-772-13
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MAT-772-14
Applied Math
Course ID: MAT-772-14
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MAT-772-15
Applied Math
Course ID: MAT-772-15
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
9/21-12/13
MAT-772-551
Applied Math
Course ID: MAT-772-551
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
9/21-12/13
MAT-772-552
Applied Math
Course ID: MAT-772-552
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
MUA-180-01
Applied Percussion
Course ID: MUA-180-01
This course offers private lessons in percussion for musicians with varied background and experience. It includes the study of percussion fundamentals, survey of solo percussion literature, and preparation for performance of solo percussion literature. This course may be repeated for credit. Instructor permission is required.
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 235.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
MUA-120-01
Applied Piano
Course ID: MUA-120-01
This course offers private piano lessons for musicians with varied background and experience. It includes the study of keyboard fundamentals, survey of solo piano literature, and preparation for performance of solo piano literature. For music majors, the course also includes the study of skills necessary to accompany students and play choral scores. This course may be repeated for credit. Instructor permission is required.
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 235.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
MUA-120-02
Applied Piano
Course ID: MUA-120-02
This course offers private piano lessons for musicians with varied background and experience. It includes the study of keyboard fundamentals, survey of solo piano literature, and preparation for performance of solo piano literature. For music majors, the course also includes the study of skills necessary to accompany students and play choral scores. This course may be repeated for credit. Instructor permission is required.
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 235.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
MUA-126-01
Applied Strings
Course ID: MUA-126-01
This course offers private lessons in strings for musicians with varied background and experience. It includes the study of string fundamentals, survey of solo string literature, and preparation for performance of solo string literature. This course may be repeated for credit. Instructor permission is required.
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 235.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
MUA-101-01
Applied Voice
Course ID: MUA-101-01
This course offers private voice lessons for singers with a variety of vocal background and experience. It includes the study of vocal fundamentals, survey of solo vocal literature, and preparation for performance of solo vocal literature.
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 235.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
MUA-102-01
Applied Voice II
Course ID: MUA-102-01
This course offers private voice lessons for singers with a variety of vocal background and experience. It includes the study of vocal fundamentals, survey of solo vocal literature, and preparation for performance of solo vocal literature. Instructor permission is required.
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 235.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
WEL-164-01
Arc Welding II (SMAW)
Course ID: WEL-164-01
This course combines lecture and lab activities to present welding codes, distortion, and welding inspection. Students are exposed to welding with a variety of welding electrodes, providing lab experiences in full penetration, horizontal, vertical, and overhead position welds.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 150.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
WEL-148-03
ARC Welding Intermediate
Course ID: WEL-148-03
This is the second of two courses designed for students to prepare for the AWS certification. A combined lecture and lab course, students study safety, heat settings, polarity, penetration welding, horizontal and vertical welding, and the proper selection of electrodes in the arc welding process. Topics include welding on carbon steel plate, use of visual inspection and destructive testing according to the AWS D 1.1 code.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 100.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
WEL-147-40
ARC Welding Intro
Course ID: WEL-147-40
This is the first of two courses designed for students to prepare for the AWS Certification. A combined lecture and lab course, students study safety, heat settings, polarity, and the proper selection of electrodes in the arc welding process. Topics include welding on carbon steel plate, use of visual inspection and destructive testing according to the AWS D 1.1 code.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 60.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
WEL-147-30
ARC Welding Intro
Course ID: WEL-147-30
This is the first of two courses designed for students to prepare for the AWS Certification. A combined lecture and lab course, students study safety, heat settings, polarity, and the proper selection of electrodes in the arc welding process. Topics include welding on carbon steel plate, use of visual inspection and destructive testing according to the AWS D 1.1 code.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 60.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
WEL-147-01
ARC Welding Intro
Course ID: WEL-147-01
This is the first of two courses designed for students to prepare for the AWS Certification. A combined lecture and lab course, students study safety, heat settings, polarity, and the proper selection of electrodes in the arc welding process. Topics include welding on carbon steel plate, use of visual inspection and destructive testing according to the AWS D 1.1 code.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 60.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
WEL-147-03
ARC Welding Intro
Course ID: WEL-147-03
This is the first of two courses designed for students to prepare for the AWS Certification. A combined lecture and lab course, students study safety, heat settings, polarity, and the proper selection of electrodes in the arc welding process. Topics include welding on carbon steel plate, use of visual inspection and destructive testing according to the AWS D 1.1 code.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 60.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
WEL-147-04
ARC Welding Intro
Course ID: WEL-147-04
This is the first of two courses designed for students to prepare for the AWS Certification. A combined lecture and lab course, students study safety, heat settings, polarity, and the proper selection of electrodes in the arc welding process. Topics include welding on carbon steel plate, use of visual inspection and destructive testing according to the AWS D 1.1 code.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 60.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
ART-101-501
Art Appreciation
Course ID: ART-101-501
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ART-101-502
Art Appreciation
Course ID: ART-101-502
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ART-101-503
Art Appreciation
Course ID: ART-101-503
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ART-101-601
Art Appreciation
Course ID: ART-101-601
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.
Instructor: Albright
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ART-101-602
Art Appreciation
Course ID: ART-101-602
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.
Instructor: Heggestad
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ART-101-603
Art Appreciation
Course ID: ART-101-603
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.
Instructor: Albright
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ART-101-604
Art Appreciation
Course ID: ART-101-604
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.
Instructor: Albright
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-10/18
ART-101-801
Art Appreciation
Course ID: ART-101-801
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
ART-101-40
Art Appreciation
Course ID: ART-101-40
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.
Instructor: Whitlock
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 52.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ART-101-30
Art Appreciation
Course ID: ART-101-30
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.
Instructor: Whitlock
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 52.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ART-101-01
Art Appreciation
Course ID: ART-101-01
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.
Instructor: Whitlock
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 52.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ART-101-02
Art Appreciation
Course ID: ART-101-02
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.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 52.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
9/21-12/13
ART-101-551
Art Appreciation
Course ID: ART-101-551
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/19-12/13
ART-101-901
Art Appreciation
Course ID: ART-101-901
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/19-12/13
ART-101-902
Art Appreciation
Course ID: ART-101-902
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ART-203-501
Art History I
Course ID: ART-203-501
This course is a survey of the visual arts from prehistoric times through the Middle Ages with an emphasis on the relationship between art and social, economic, religious and geographical conditions. It discusses the historical context of contemporary forms of expression when relevant.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ART-204-501
Art History II
Course ID: ART-204-501
This course is a survey of the visual arts from the Renaissance to the present time with an emphasis on the relationship between art and social, economic, religious and technological development. It stresses the historical context of contemporary forms of expression and examines human concerns as they are revealed in art.
Instructor: Heggestad
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
9/15-10/06
PEC-115-501
Ath Development & Human Growth
Course ID: PEC-115-501
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.
Instructor: Seil
Credits: 1.00
Online Tuition: $ 189
10/29-12/11
PEC-126-901
Athletic Injury Prevention
Course ID: PEC-126-901
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.
Instructor: Drent
Credits: 2.00
Online Tuition: $ 378
8/25-12/22
MUS-316-01
Audio Engineering Electronics
Course ID: MUS-316-01
This course presents basic electronic principles such as voltage, resistance (impedance), DC and AC current, and power. Audio signals in series, parallel, and complex circuits will be measured and compared. Circuits that create, amplify, attenuate, and distribute audio signals will be explored in the context of live sound production. Students will have an opportunity to improve soldering and instrumentation skills.
Instructor: Forbes
Credits: 2.00
Course Fee: $ 50.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/25-12/22
MUS-432-01
Audio Practicum II
Course ID: MUS-432-01
This course will allow students to apply learned skills by producing more challenging video projects with less faculty supervision while maintaining high quality outcomes.
Instructor: Mansfield
Credits: 1.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
MUS-291-01
Audio Principles and Theory
Course ID: MUS-291-01
This course examines the fundamentals of sound, and the history, theory and techniques of audio production. Students develop critical listening skills and analytical abilities to engage in effective audio manipulation. Students identify, measure, and manipulate sound and frequencies, and apply sound dampening techniques. Students learn the fundamentals of how to capture, edit, mix and master audio using a variety of analog and digital principles and equipment.
Instructor: Darwin
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MUS-287-01
Audio Production & Equipment
Course ID: MUS-287-01
This course is a continuation of MUS 285 Audio Production & Equipment I and introduces advanced signal processing techniques, digital delays and modulation effects, equalizers, and reverbs in the context of building a professional mix. Students utilize applications of digital audio recording and editing, emphasizing mixing techniques of Pro Tools systems.
Instructor: Long
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MUS-285-01
Audio Production & Equipment I
Course ID: MUS-285-01
This course includes the theory and application of analog audio production and signal flow, including analog tape editing and recording techniques. It addresses effective sound reinforcement, achieved through the use of microphones, mixers, signal processing, power amps, and speakers. Students are introduced to the audio components and equipment and given practical applications in analog production and sound system operation.
Instructor: Jones
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 100.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MUS-285-02
Audio Production & Equipment I
Course ID: MUS-285-02
This course includes the theory and application of analog audio production and signal flow, including analog tape editing and recording techniques. It addresses effective sound reinforcement, achieved through the use of microphones, mixers, signal processing, power amps, and speakers. Students are introduced to the audio components and equipment and given practical applications in analog production and sound system operation.
Instructor: Jones
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 100.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MUS-420-01
Audio Seminar I
Course ID: MUS-420-01
This course requires students to attend specific venues in order to observe and learn about the world of audio, studio productions, live events, current music technologies and music production as they are implemented for music, film, television, and interactive media. Instructor consent required.
Instructor: Long
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 20.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
9/28-11/11
AUT-205-01
Auto Automatic Trans & Transax
Course ID: AUT-205-01
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.
Instructor: Kraemer
Credits: 5.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 935     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 940
11/18-12/22
AUT-671-01
Auto Body Computer Systems
Course ID: AUT-671-01
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.
Instructor: Sampson
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 20.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/28-10/06
AUT-615-01
Auto Electricity/Electronics
Course ID: AUT-615-01
This course covers theory, diagnosis and service practices related to electronic systems found on today's automobiles. The basics of electricity, meter use and circuit analysis is extensively covered. Special emphasis is made in the areas of schematics use, electrical system diagnosis, and circuit theory. Semiconductor use and computer operation will also be covered.
Instructor: Sampson
Credits: 4.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
11/12-12/22
AUT-304-01
Auto Manual Drve Train & Axles
Course ID: AUT-304-01
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.
Instructor: Kraemer
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
10/07-11/17
AUT-633-01
Automotive Electrical Systems
Course ID: AUT-633-01
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.
Instructor: Sampson
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-9/25
AUT-703-01
Automotive Heating & Air Cond
Course ID: AUT-703-01
This is a combined lecture and lab course that covers the theory, operation, and service of automotive heating and air conditioning systems. It presents component repair, charging, and leak service and emphasizes the diagnosis of electronic climate control systems and safe recovery of refrigerant compounds.
Instructor: Kraemer
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-8/27
AUT-115-01
Automotive Shop Safety
Course ID: AUT-115-01
This course is designed to provide basic instruction in shop skills including precision measuring, the use of hand tools, power tool use, fittings, fasteners, service manual use, and related shop equipment. It emphasizes shop safety practices in each area of study.
Instructor: Sampson
Credits: 1.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
HCM-275-01
Baking II
Course ID: HCM-275-01
This course provides advanced techniques in pastry and cakes, laminated doughs and other desserts. It is a continuation of HCM 116: Fundamentals of Baking.
Instructor: McCarthy
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 140.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MUS-273-01
Band
Course ID: MUS-273-01
This course is an instrumental ensemble which provides instruction in playing techniques, music theory, and sight reading skills. Students will perform music from a variety of genres including Jazz and Blues. The students perform in concerts throughout the year, requiring some out of class rehearsals and concerts, including after school evenings, and possibly weekends. Band members are also encouraged to study privately through WITCC's Applied Lessons. This course may be repeated for credit.
Credits: 1.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
10/19-12/13
BCA-165-901
Basic Databases
Course ID: BCA-165-901
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.
Instructor: Hill
Credits: 2.00
Online Tuition: $ 378
8/25-10/20
ELE-112-30
Basic Electrical Theory
Course ID: ELE-112-30
This course will introduce the students to the fundamentals of electricity. Electrical topics will include AC and DC theory, Ohm's Law, Electrical Circuits, Electrical Power Generation, Motors, and Transformers. This course emphasizes electrical safety as students will work with energized circuits.
Instructor: Stover
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ELE-112-01
Basic Electrical Theory
Course ID: ELE-112-01
This course will introduce the students to the fundamentals of electricity. Electrical topics will include AC and DC theory, Ohm's Law, Electrical Circuits, Electrical Power Generation, Motors, and Transformers. This course emphasizes electrical safety as students will work with energized circuits.
Instructor: Dirks
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-10/20
ELE-112-02
Basic Electrical Theory
Course ID: ELE-112-02
This course will introduce the students to the fundamentals of electricity. Electrical topics will include AC and DC theory, Ohm's Law, Electrical Circuits, Electrical Power Generation, Motors, and Transformers. This course emphasizes electrical safety as students will work with energized circuits.
Instructor: McDonald
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ELE-112-03
Basic Electrical Theory
Course ID: ELE-112-03
This course will introduce the students to the fundamentals of electricity. Electrical topics will include AC and DC theory, Ohm's Law, Electrical Circuits, Electrical Power Generation, Motors, and Transformers. This course emphasizes electrical safety as students will work with energized circuits.
Instructor: Wenzel
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ELE-112-701
Basic Electrical Theory
Course ID: ELE-112-701
This course will introduce the students to the fundamentals of electricity. Electrical topics will include AC and DC theory, Ohm's Law, Electrical Circuits, Electrical Power Generation, Motors, and Transformers. This course emphasizes electrical safety as students will work with energized circuits.
Instructor: Elgert
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
CRJ-253-01
Basic Firearms
Course ID: CRJ-253-01
This course covers handgun and shotgun nomenclature, range safety, range etiquette, marksmanship, weapon care, and cleaning procedures for different types of firearms. Basic combat training and familiarization with revolvers and the 12 gauge shotgun is also covered. This course is limited to the student who has successfully completed the prerequisites. The student shall submit and pay for a criminal history check to be run by the college through the Iowa Department of Criminal Investigation. A felony or history of domestic abuse is reason for rejection.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 245.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
CRJ-253-02
Basic Firearms
Course ID: CRJ-253-02
This course covers handgun and shotgun nomenclature, range safety, range etiquette, marksmanship, weapon care, and cleaning procedures for different types of firearms. Basic combat training and familiarization with revolvers and the 12 gauge shotgun is also covered. This course is limited to the student who has successfully completed the prerequisites. The student shall submit and pay for a criminal history check to be run by the college through the Iowa Department of Criminal Investigation. A felony or history of domestic abuse is reason for rejection.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 245.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/28-10/02
CON-204-01
Basic Framing Techniques
Course ID: CON-204-01
This course offers a background in woods, fasteners and materials, and introduces blueprint reading. Beginning rafter construction and roof framing and finishing is also covered. It is a combined lecture and lab course and includes hands-on experience in the framing of exterior and interior walls, doors and window openings, and interior walls.
Instructor: Wilcke
Credits: 4.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-10/20
NET-501-01
Basic Linux Operating System
Course ID: NET-501-01
This course provides the student with instruction and hands-on practice in the basics of operation, installation, and configuration of the Linux operating system and its file system. This is the first of two courses that provide a foundation for the student preparing for the Linux + professional certification exam.
Instructor: Albright
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 20.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PHT-208-01
Basic Photojournalism
Course ID: PHT-208-01
This combined lecture/lab course focuses on photojournalism as a profession and leads to publishable photographs through practical assignments. Students investigate techniques and working styles of distinguished photojournalists.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
BMA-175-01
Basic Plumbing
Course ID: BMA-175-01
This course is an introduction to a career in plumbing across a variety of residential and commercial settings. Students study safety procedures and tools as well as perform operations with both residential and commercial plumbing systems.
Instructor: Elgert
Credits: 2.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/24-12/13
PHI-111-501
Basic Reasoning
Course ID: PHI-111-501
This course introduces the art of thinking as applied to critical evaluation of information, the construction and evaluation of deductive and inductive arguments, and the rational and persuasive defense of ideas.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-10/18
BCA-147-801
Basic Spreadsheets
Course ID: BCA-147-801
This course is designed to acquaint the student with the basic concepts of an electronic spreadsheet program. Hands-on practice in designing, building, and editing spreadsheets will develop the basic skills necessary to construct spreadsheets for home and business use.
Instructor: Underbakke
Credits: 2.00
Online Tuition: $ 378
8/24-10/18
BCA-147-802
Basic Spreadsheets
Course ID: BCA-147-802
This course is designed to acquaint the student with the basic concepts of an electronic spreadsheet program. Hands-on practice in designing, building, and editing spreadsheets will develop the basic skills necessary to construct spreadsheets for home and business use.
Credits: 2.00
Online Tuition: $ 378
8/25-10/20
BCA-147-01
Basic Spreadsheets
Course ID: BCA-147-01
This course is designed to acquaint the student with the basic concepts of an electronic spreadsheet program. Hands-on practice in designing, building, and editing spreadsheets will develop the basic skills necessary to construct spreadsheets for home and business use.
Instructor: Roscovius
Credits: 2.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/24-10/18
BCA-129-801
Basic Word Processing
Course ID: BCA-129-801
This course addresses basic and intermediate levels of word processing using Microsoft Word. Skills introduced include using and manipulating Windows, entering and editing text, formatting paragraphs and text, using the spelling checker and thesaurus, selecting printers and printing documents, and applying document formatting options.
Credits: 2.00
Online Tuition: $ 378
8/25-12/22
CON-112-01
Blueprint Reading and Estimati
Course ID: CON-112-01
This course examines construction related drawings and the language of construction. Students are shown how to gather and use information from prints and drawings to estimate quantities of materials and perform construction work processes
Instructor: Elgert
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
10/07-10/28
PEC-120-551
Body Structure and Function
Course ID: PEC-120-551
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.
Instructor: Drent
Credits: 1.00
Online Tuition: $ 189
8/25-12/22
BIR-150-01
Brasswind Repair I
Course ID: BIR-150-01
This combined lecture and lab course covers the nomenclature, mechanics, diagnostic procedures and repair processes for cornets and trumpets. Fundamental skills including cleaning techniques, soldering, piston valve repair and basic dent repair techniques are emphasized.
Instructor: VanTol
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 50.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
BIR-250-01
Brasswind Repair III
Course ID: BIR-250-01

Instructor: Schmedinghoff
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 50.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
MMS-161-02
Broadcasting Practicum I
Course ID: MMS-161-02
This course will allow students to apply learned skills by producing broadcasting and journalism projects under faculty supervision.
Instructor: Mansfield
Credits: 1.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
MMS-162-01
Broadcasting Practicum II
Course ID: MMS-162-01
This course will allow students to apply advanced skills by producing broadcasting and journalism projects under faculty supervision.
Credits: 2.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/25-12/22
MMS-412-01
Broadcasting Seminar II
Course ID: MMS-412-01
This course requires students to attend specific venues in order to observe and learn about the world of broadcasting and journalism.
Instructor: Mansfield
Credits: 1.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/24-12/13
ADM-154-601
Business Communication
Course ID: ADM-154-601
This course covers the principles of business writing, emphasizing the most important and frequently written business correspondence including business letters, memorandums, and e-mail. Attention is given to logical organization and psychological application of writing procedures as well as proper formatting at the keyboard. Students cover units most appropriate to the needs of their individual programs.
Instructor: Watson
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ADM-154-602
Business Communication
Course ID: ADM-154-602
This course covers the principles of business writing, emphasizing the most important and frequently written business correspondence including business letters, memorandums, and e-mail. Attention is given to logical organization and psychological application of writing procedures as well as proper formatting at the keyboard. Students cover units most appropriate to the needs of their individual programs.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
ADM-154-01
Business Communication
Course ID: ADM-154-01
This course covers the principles of business writing, emphasizing the most important and frequently written business correspondence including business letters, memorandums, and e-mail. Attention is given to logical organization and psychological application of writing procedures as well as proper formatting at the keyboard. Students cover units most appropriate to the needs of their individual programs.
Instructor: Flanigan
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-10/18
BUS-124-801
Business Innovation
Course ID: BUS-124-801
This course is designed to help students get in touch with the innovative business mindset required for success in the 21st century. Students learn to be contributors, catalysts and thinkers within the innovation process. They develop skills as individuals and the team skills needed to collaborate, using available creative resources to leverage ideas and concepts throughout the innovation process.
Instructor: Mueller
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
BUS-185-501
Business Law I
Course ID: BUS-185-501
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
BUS-185-502
Business Law I
Course ID: BUS-185-502
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
BUS-185-601
Business Law I
Course ID: BUS-185-601
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-10/18
BUS-185-801
Business Law I
Course ID: BUS-185-801
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
BUS-185-40
Business Law I
Course ID: BUS-185-40
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
BUS-185-30
Business Law I
Course ID: BUS-185-30
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
BUS-185-01
Business Law I
Course ID: BUS-185-01
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.
Instructor: Matos-Cruz
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
BUS-185-02
Business Law I
Course ID: BUS-185-02
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
9/21-12/13
BUS-185-551
Business Law I
Course ID: BUS-185-551
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/19-12/13
BUS-185-901
Business Law I
Course ID: BUS-185-901
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
BUS-186-501
Business Law II
Course ID: BUS-186-501
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-10/18
BUS-186-801
Business Law II
Course ID: BUS-186-801
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/19-12/13
BUS-186-901
Business Law II
Course ID: BUS-186-901
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/26-11/19
CAD-267-01
CAD Two-Dimensional (2-D) I
Course ID: CAD-267-01
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.
Instructor: Garvey
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
11/23-12/22
CAD-269-01
CAD Two-Dimensional (2-D) II
Course ID: CAD-269-01
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.
Instructor: Garvey
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MAT-211-01
Calculus I
Course ID: MAT-211-01
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.
Credits: 5.00
ResidentTuition: $ 935     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 940
8/24-12/13
MAT-219-501
Calculus III
Course ID: MAT-219-501
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.
Instructor: Wood
Credits: 4.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
10/19-12/13
BUS-934-691
Capstone Experience
Course ID: BUS-934-691
This course promotes integration and connections between general education and the academic major. It further provides meaningful connections between the program of study content and work and career experiences. Students complete a major project or set of multiple projects with minimal instructor support. Students will demonstrate their knowledge and skills in a variety of formats.
Credits: 1.00
Online Tuition: $ 189
8/24-10/18
BUS-930-681
Career Readiness
Course ID: BUS-930-681
This course provides students with career development and foundational skill attainment in the core areas of Reading, Mathematics and Locating Information, as well as other soft skills. Students will prepare for and take the National Career Readiness Exam, culminating in the National Career Readiness Certificate. This nationally recognized certificate verifies to employers that an individual has essential core employability skills.
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 40.00
Online Tuition: $ 189
8/24-12/13
AGC-216-501
Career Seminar
Course ID: AGC-216-501
This course is designed to help students explore and discover the many opportunities that are available in the profession of agriculture and related industries both nationally and internationally.
Credits: 2.00
Online Tuition: $ 378
10/26-12/22
NET-220-01
CCNA Accessing the WAN
Course ID: NET-220-01
This course presents the WAN technologies and network services required by converged applications in enterprise networks. The course uses the Cisco Network Architecture to introduce integrated network services and explains how to select the appropriate devices and technologies to meet network requirements. Students learn how to implement and configure common data link protocols and how to apply WAN security concepts, principles of traffic, access control, and addressing services. Finally, students learn how to detect, troubleshoot, and correct common enterprise network implementation issues. After successfully completing the four CCNA Exploration courses, students are qualified to take the Cisco Certified Network Associate Exam (CCNA).
Instructor: Silbernagel
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-10/20
NET-219-01
CCNA Switching and Wireless
Course ID: NET-219-01
This CCNA (Cisco Certification Network Association) course provides a comprehensive, theoretical, and practical approach to learning the technologies and protocols needed to design and implement a converged switched network. Students learn about the hierarchical network design model and how to select devices for each layer. The course explains how to configure a switch for basic functionality and how to implement Virtual LANS, VTP, and Inter-VLAN routing in a converged network. The different implementations of Spanning Tree Protocol in a converged network are presented, and students develop the knowledge and skills necessary to implement a WLAN in a small-to-medium network.
Instructor: Silbernagel
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 20.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MUS-150-01
Chamber Ensemble
Course ID: MUS-150-01
This course is an advanced choral ensemble which provides advanced instruction in vocal production techniques,advanced music theory and advanced sight-singing skills. Students specialize in the performance of a cappella and chamber music from the Middle Ages to the Twentieth Century. The students perform in concerts throughout the year, requiring some out of class rehearsals and concerts, including after school evenings, and weekends. Each member of this class is expected to attend weekly sectionals and work independently to improve their voices. Choir members are also encouraged to study privately. Students must be available to tour. This course may be repeated for credit. Audition and instructor consent required.
Credits: 1.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/24-12/13
ECE-106-501
Child Dev Associates Standards
Course ID: ECE-106-501
This course assists the eligible Child Development Associate (CDA) credential candidate with developing and preparing for the Preschool, Infant-Toddler or Family Child Care CDA verification visit and assessment. Students will develop a professional portfolio which includes their professional philosophy statement and various educational artifacts. General topics for discussion include: planning a safe, healthy learning environment, steps to advance children's physical and intellectual development, positive ways to support children's social and emotional development, strategies to establish productive relationships with families and effective program operation, maintaining a commitment to professionalism, observing and recording children's behavior and principles of child growth and development. This course is offered online via the Iowa Community College Online Consortium.
Credits: 1.00
Online Tuition: $ 189
8/24-12/13
ECE-170-501
Child Growth and Development
Course ID: ECE-170-501
This course reviews typical and atypical development of children from conception to adolescence in all developmental domains. It examines interactions among child, family, and society within a variety of community and cultural contexts and how each impacts the developing child. This course also addresses theories and evidence-based practices associated with understanding and supporting young children.
Instructor: Pittenger
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ECE-170-502
Child Growth and Development
Course ID: ECE-170-502
This course reviews typical and atypical development of children from conception to adolescence in all developmental domains. It examines interactions among child, family, and society within a variety of community and cultural contexts and how each impacts the developing child. This course also addresses theories and evidence-based practices associated with understanding and supporting young children.
Instructor: Pittenger
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
ECE-170-01
Child Growth and Development
Course ID: ECE-170-01
This course reviews typical and atypical development of children from conception to adolescence in all developmental domains. It examines interactions among child, family, and society within a variety of community and cultural contexts and how each impacts the developing child. This course also addresses theories and evidence-based practices associated with understanding and supporting young children.
Instructor: Pratt
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
ECE-133-501
Child Hlth, Safety & Nutrition
Course ID: ECE-133-501
This course focuses on evidence-based concepts in the fields of health, safety and nutrition and their relationship to the growth and development of the young child ages birth to eight. It blends current theory with problem-solving, practical applications and assessments. Course content includes collaboration with families and assesses the role of culture, language and ability on health, safety and nutrition decisions in early childhood settings. Students will need to complete or provide proof of current certification in the following: Mandatory Child Abuse Reporter training; Universal Precautions/Bloodborne Pathogens training; Infant, Child and Adult CPR; Pediatric and Adult First Aid training.
Instructor: Bruck
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-222-501
Child Psychology
Course ID: PSY-222-501
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.
Instructor: Gifford
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-222-502
Child Psychology
Course ID: PSY-222-502
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
LIT-105-501
Children's Literature
Course ID: LIT-105-501
This course is a survey of children's literature suitable for elementary education. Focus is on the review and selection of materials as well as delivery techniques. Also emphasized is the role of literature in the child's total development.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
LIT-105-502
Children's Literature
Course ID: LIT-105-502
This course is a survey of children's literature suitable for elementary education. Focus is on the review and selection of materials as well as delivery techniques. Also emphasized is the role of literature in the child's total development.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-10/18
LIT-105-801
Children's Literature
Course ID: LIT-105-801
This course is a survey of children's literature suitable for elementary education. Focus is on the review and selection of materials as well as delivery techniques. Also emphasized is the role of literature in the child's total development.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
9/21-12/13
LIT-105-551
Children's Literature
Course ID: LIT-105-551
This course is a survey of children's literature suitable for elementary education. Focus is on the review and selection of materials as well as delivery techniques. Also emphasized is the role of literature in the child's total development.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/19-12/13
LIT-105-901
Children's Literature
Course ID: LIT-105-901
This course is a survey of children's literature suitable for elementary education. Focus is on the review and selection of materials as well as delivery techniques. Also emphasized is the role of literature in the child's total development.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PHY-212-501
Classical Physics I
Course ID: PHY-212-501
This is a lecture and lab course covering vectors, kinematics, Newton's laws, linear and angular momentum, gravitation, energy, fluid mechanics, heat, and thermodynamics.
Credits: 5.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 945
8/24-12/13
PHY-222-501
Classical Physics II
Course ID: PHY-222-501
A continuation of Classical Physics I, this is a lecture and lab course covering oscillations, wave motion, sound, electricity, magnetism, and optics.
Credits: 5.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 945
8/24-12/13
HSC-218-501
Clin Pathology for Allied Heal
Course ID: HSC-218-501
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
HSC-218-01
Clin Pathology for Allied Heal
Course ID: HSC-218-01
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.
Instructor: Mercer
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
EMS-541-01
Clinical I
Course ID: EMS-541-01
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.
Instructor: Sudrla
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
HSC-265-01
Clinical Neurology
Course ID: HSC-265-01
This lecture course provides students with a basic understanding of the central nervous system, peripheral nervous system, and autonomic nervous system in regard to anatomy, neuro-development, and function. This is the groundwork for understanding clinical neuropathologies, therapeutic analysis, and programming planning.
Instructor: Mercer
Credits: 2.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/24-9/14
PEC-110-501
Coaching Ethics, Techn & Theor
Course ID: PEC-110-501
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.
Instructor: Seil
Credits: 1.00
Online Tuition: $ 189
8/24-12/13
HIT-242-501
Coding I (ICD-10)
Course ID: HIT-242-501
This course provides instruction in the ICD-10 coding system. Students assign ICD-10 codes to medical diagnoses and procedures.
Instructor: Loutsch
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
HIT-242-01
Coding I (ICD-10)
Course ID: HIT-242-01
This course provides instruction in the ICD-10 coding system. Students assign ICD-10 codes to medical diagnoses and procedures.
Instructor: Loutsch
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
MAT-121-501
College Algebra
Course ID: MAT-121-501
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
MAT-121-502
College Algebra
Course ID: MAT-121-502
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
MAT-121-601
College Algebra
Course ID: MAT-121-601
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
MAT-121-602
College Algebra
Course ID: MAT-121-602
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-10/18
MAT-121-801
College Algebra
Course ID: MAT-121-801
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/25-12/22
MAT-121-40
College Algebra
Course ID: MAT-121-40
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
MAT-121-30
College Algebra
Course ID: MAT-121-30
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
MAT-121-01
College Algebra
Course ID: MAT-121-01
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.
Instructor: Knecht
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
MAT-121-02
College Algebra
Course ID: MAT-121-02
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.
Instructor: Knecht
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
MAT-121-04
College Algebra
Course ID: MAT-121-04
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
9/21-12/13
MAT-121-551
College Algebra
Course ID: MAT-121-551
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
10/19-12/13
MAT-121-901
College Algebra
Course ID: MAT-121-901
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/25-12/22
SDV-039-01
College Ent & Place Exam Prep
Course ID: SDV-039-01
This course is designed as a preparatory class for college entrance and placement exams. Students gain an understanding of standard testing procedures and processes. Common test-taking vocabulary and skills that may be addressed in common entrance and placement exams are emphasized. Students develop a personal test-taking skills profile to facilitate improved test taking strategies. This developmental course may be repeated.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 19.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
PHY-162-501
College Physics I
Course ID: PHY-162-501
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, wave motion, sound, heat, and thermodynamics.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
PHY-162-502
College Physics I
Course ID: PHY-162-502
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, wave motion, sound, heat, and thermodynamics.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
PHY-172-501
College Physics II
Course ID: PHY-172-501
This course is a continuation of College Physics I with both lecture and lab focusing on optics, electricity and magnetism,quantum physics, relativity, and nuclear physics.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
10/19-12/13
AGB-437-901
Commodity Marketing
Course ID: AGB-437-901
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
POL-125-501
Comp Government and Politics
Course ID: POL-125-501
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.
Instructor: Priestley
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ENG-105-501
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-501
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ENG-105-502
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-502
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ENG-105-503
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-503
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ENG-105-504
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-504
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ENG-105-505
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-505
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ENG-105-506
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-506
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ENG-105-507
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-507
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Instructor: Riedel
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ENG-105-508
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-508
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ENG-105-509
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-509
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ENG-105-510
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-510
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ENG-105-511
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-511
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ENG-105-601
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-601
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Instructor: Kosse
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ENG-105-602
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-602
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Instructor: Meier
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ENG-105-603
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-603
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Instructor: Brasch
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ENG-105-604
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-604
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Instructor: Schroeder
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-10/18
ENG-105-801
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-801
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-10/18
ENG-105-802
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-802
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
ENG-105-40
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-40
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ENG-105-30
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-30
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ENG-105-01
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-01
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Instructor: Petersen
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ENG-105-02
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-02
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Instructor: Bagshaw
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ENG-105-03
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-03
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Instructor: Petersen
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ENG-105-04
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-04
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ENG-105-05
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-05
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Instructor: Bagshaw
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ENG-105-06
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-06
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Instructor: Peabody
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ENG-105-07
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-07
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Instructor: Petersen
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ENG-105-08
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-08
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Instructor: Polk
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ENG-105-09
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-09
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Instructor: Peabody
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ENG-105-10
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-10
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ENG-105-11
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-11
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Instructor: Peabody
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
9/21-12/13
ENG-105-551
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-551
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
9/21-12/13
ENG-105-552
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-552
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Instructor: Riedel
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
9/21-12/13
ENG-105-553
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-553
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
9/21-12/13
ENG-105-554
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-554
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
9/22-12/22
ENG-105-12
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-12
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
10/19-12/13
ENG-105-901
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-901
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/19-12/13
ENG-105-902
Composition I
Course ID: ENG-105-902
This course is an exploration of writing as a process with attention to audience, purpose and patterns of exposition.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ENG-106-501
Composition II
Course ID: ENG-106-501
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ENG-106-502
Composition II
Course ID: ENG-106-502
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ENG-106-601
Composition II
Course ID: ENG-106-601
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.
Instructor: Kosse
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ENG-106-602
Composition II
Course ID: ENG-106-602
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.
Instructor: Meier
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ENG-106-603
Composition II
Course ID: ENG-106-603
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.
Instructor: Brasch
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-10/18
ENG-106-801
Composition II
Course ID: ENG-106-801
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
ENG-106-40
Composition II
Course ID: ENG-106-40
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ENG-106-30
Composition II
Course ID: ENG-106-30
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ENG-106-01
Composition II
Course ID: ENG-106-01
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.
Instructor: Ferry
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ENG-106-03
Composition II
Course ID: ENG-106-03
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.
Instructor: Bagshaw
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ENG-106-04
Composition II
Course ID: ENG-106-04
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.
Instructor: Ferry
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ENG-106-05
Composition II
Course ID: ENG-106-05
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.
Instructor: Ferry
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ENG-106-06
Composition II
Course ID: ENG-106-06
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
9/21-12/13
ENG-106-551
Composition II
Course ID: ENG-106-551
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.
Instructor: Hansen
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
9/21-12/13
ENG-106-552
Composition II
Course ID: ENG-106-552
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
9/22-12/22
ENG-106-07
Composition II
Course ID: ENG-106-07
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
10/19-12/13
ENG-106-901
Composition II
Course ID: ENG-106-901
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/19-12/13
ENG-106-902
Composition II
Course ID: ENG-106-902
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.
Instructor: Hansen
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ACC-311-501
Computer Accounting
Course ID: ACC-311-501
This course utilizes computer software to teach the accounting procedures for service and merchandising businesses. Concepts include processing transactions and generating reports for customers, vendors, inventory, and payroll; generating financial statements; performing closing procedures; and, customizing company setup.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
NET-633-01
Computer Forensic Fundamentals
Course ID: NET-633-01
This course provides a complete overview of computer forensics from information security issues to crime scene investigation, seizure of data, determining the fingerprints of the crime, and tracking down the criminals. The course focuses on the process and procedural aspects of investigation and aid students in the use of the tools and the implementation of the procedures that are demonstrated in the Forensics and Investigation course.
Instructor: Witt
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
NET-730-01
Computer Forensics and Invest
Course ID: NET-730-01
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.
Instructor: Witt
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
CSC-142-701
Computer Science
Course ID: CSC-142-701
The first in a two-semester sequence of courses that introduces a student to the discipline of computing using a modern programming language. Through extensive practice in coding, debugging, testing, and documentation, students gain exposure to development of problem-solving strategies, algorithm design, and top-down design principles.
Credits: 4.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
MUS-140-01
Concert Choir
Course ID: MUS-140-01
This course is designed for singers with a variety of vocal experience and backgrounds. It includes rehearsal and performance of music of diverse styles, textures, musical periods, and genres. Performances will occur on the WITCC campus and throughout the Siouxland community.
Credits: 1.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
MUS-140-02
Concert Choir
Course ID: MUS-140-02
This course is designed for singers with a variety of vocal experience and backgrounds. It includes rehearsal and performance of music of diverse styles, textures, musical periods, and genres. Performances will occur on the WITCC campus and throughout the Siouxland community.
Credits: 1.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
MUS-141-01
Concert Choir II
Course ID: MUS-141-01
This course is designed for singers with a variety of vocal experience and backgrounds. It includes rehearsal and performance of music of diverse styles, textures, musical periods, and genres. Performances will occur on the WITCC campus and throughout the Siouxland community.
Credits: 1.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
MUS-142-01
Concert Choir III
Course ID: MUS-142-01
This course is designed for singers with a variety of vocal experience and backgrounds. It includes rehearsal and performance of music of diverse styles, textures, musical periods, and genres. Performances will occur on the WITCC campus and throughout the Siouxland community.
Credits: 1.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
MUS-240-01
Concert Choir IV
Course ID: MUS-240-01
This course is designed for singers with a variety of vocal experience and backgrounds. It includes rehearsal and performance of music of diverse styles, textures, musical periods, and genres. Performances will occur on the WITCC campus and throughout the Siouxland community.
Credits: 1.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/24-12/13
NET-170-501
Configuring Windows
Course ID: NET-170-501
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.
Instructor: Sporrer
Credits: 4.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/25-12/22
NET-170-01
Configuring Windows
Course ID: NET-170-01
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.
Instructor: Albright
Credits: 4.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
NET-170-02
Configuring Windows
Course ID: NET-170-02
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.
Instructor: Albright
Credits: 4.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
NET-170-701
Configuring Windows
Course ID: NET-170-701
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.
Credits: 4.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/24-12/13
CRJ-133-501
Constitutional Criminal Proced
Course ID: CRJ-133-501
This course presents criminal procedure and the state and federal court system. It covers the laws of detention, arrest, use of force, search and seizure, interviews, interrogations, confessions, self-incrimination, right to legal counsel, eavesdropping, and wiretapping.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 2.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
CRJ-133-01
Constitutional Criminal Proced
Course ID: CRJ-133-01
This course presents criminal procedure and the state and federal court system. It covers the laws of detention, arrest, use of force, search and seizure, interviews, interrogations, confessions, self-incrimination, right to legal counsel, eavesdropping, and wiretapping.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 2.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
CRJ-133-02
Constitutional Criminal Proced
Course ID: CRJ-133-02
This course presents criminal procedure and the state and federal court system. It covers the laws of detention, arrest, use of force, search and seizure, interviews, interrogations, confessions, self-incrimination, right to legal counsel, eavesdropping, and wiretapping.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 2.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
LIT-185-501
Contemporary Literature
Course ID: LIT-185-501
An introduction to literature of the last three decades, studied in a social and cultural context.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
CRJ-224-01
Correctional Institutions
Course ID: CRJ-224-01
This course is an introduction to correctional institutions, examining the organization, functions and operations of various facilities. Employment opportunities and duties are also discussed.
Instructor: Dorn
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ACC-221-01
Cost Accounting
Course ID: ACC-221-01
This course covers the procedures necessary for the accumulation and analysis of accounting information in a manufacturing setting. Topics covered include job-order, process cost, and standard cost systems as well as variance analysis and budgeting.
Instructor: Rebstock
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
GRA-241-01
Creative Career Seminar
Course ID: GRA-241-01
This course is designed for students in the digital arts to find inspiration, ideas and strategies to ignite their design ingenuity. Focus is on idea generation and development, cultivating interests that spark creativity and finding new sources of inspiration.
Instructor: Brown
Credits: 1.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
GRA-241-02
Creative Career Seminar
Course ID: GRA-241-02
This course is designed for students in the digital arts to find inspiration, ideas and strategies to ignite their design ingenuity. Focus is on idea generation and development, cultivating interests that spark creativity and finding new sources of inspiration.
Instructor: Wilcke
Credits: 1.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
GRA-286-01
Creative Media
Course ID: GRA-286-01
This course covers advertising and brand promotion theory as it applies to designers in graphic, web and marketing. Topics include creative marketing problem solving, the process and planning for successful advertising and promotion, selecting the appropriate media, and creative strategies for advertising and brand promotion.
Instructor: Brown
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
ENG-221-501
Creative Writing
Course ID: ENG-221-501
This course is an introduction to imaginative writing, offering instruction and extensive practice in writing fiction, poetry, and drama. Student writing is discussed in a workshop setting.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
CRJ-140-01
Criminal Investigation
Course ID: CRJ-140-01
This course provides a preliminary study of crime scene investigation. Topics include objectives and methods of securing and preserving evidence and the sketching and drawing of crime scenes.
Instructor: Powell
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 2.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
CRJ-140-02
Criminal Investigation
Course ID: CRJ-140-02
This course provides a preliminary study of crime scene investigation. Topics include objectives and methods of securing and preserving evidence and the sketching and drawing of crime scenes.
Instructor: Powell
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 2.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
PRL-191-701
Criminal Procedure
Course ID: PRL-191-701
This course examines the fundamentals of substantive criminal law and procedures unique to criminal cases, including an examination of the practical aspects of prosecution and defense, the constitutional rights of the accused, plea bargaining and the unique aspects of a criminal trial. It also examines criminal law concepts and various types of crimes. Students learn about procedure, including, but not limited to, the rights of crime victims, the law of arrest, interrogation, confessions and constitutional rights as they pertain to a criminal defendant, sanctions and sentencing.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
CRJ-200-501
Criminology
Course ID: CRJ-200-501
This course is designed to acquaint the student with the field of criminology, which is the study of crime and its causal explanations. The topics to be covered include the criminal and his/her role in society; police and courts, and their effects upon criminal behavior; and rehabilitation and punishment as they affect criminal behavior.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
CRJ-200-01
Criminology
Course ID: CRJ-200-01
This course is designed to acquaint the student with the field of criminology, which is the study of crime and its causal explanations. The topics to be covered include the criminal and his/her role in society; police and courts, and their effects upon criminal behavior; and rehabilitation and punishment as they affect criminal behavior.
Instructor: Powell
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
HCM-410-01
Culinary Seminar I
Course ID: HCM-410-01
This course is designed to widen the students' knowledge in the culinary field. Field trips, guest speakers, and other activities will be included.
Instructor: Rocha
Credits: 1.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/24-12/13
ANT-105-501
Cultural Anthropology
Course ID: ANT-105-501
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.
Instructor: Rana
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
DEA-256-601
Dental Anatomy
Course ID: DEA-256-601
This course provides introduction to body function and structures; head and neck anatomy, oral embryology, histology and tooth morphology; and related oral pathology as it applies to Dental Assisting. Instructor consent required.
Instructor: Murphy
Credits: 2.00
Course Fee: $ 30.00
Online Tuition: $ 378
8/25-12/22
DEA-256-01
Dental Anatomy
Course ID: DEA-256-01
This course provides introduction to body function and structures; head and neck anatomy, oral embryology, histology and tooth morphology; and related oral pathology as it applies to Dental Assisting. Instructor consent required.
Instructor: Murphy
Credits: 2.00
Course Fee: $ 30.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/25-12/22
DEA-405-01
Dental Materials
Course ID: DEA-405-01
This lecture and lab course provides basic principles related to physical and chemical composition, characteristics, and function of dental materials. Students learn skill development in manipulation of materials and individualized laboratory procedures utilized in the dental office. An emphasis on safety, infection control, and quality assessment is included. Instructor consent is required.
Instructor: Pierce
Credits: 4.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
DEA-405-701
Dental Materials
Course ID: DEA-405-701
This lecture and lab course provides basic principles related to physical and chemical composition, characteristics, and function of dental materials. Students learn skill development in manipulation of materials and individualized laboratory procedures utilized in the dental office. An emphasis on safety, infection control, and quality assessment is included. Instructor consent is required.
Instructor: Pierce
Credits: 4.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/24-10/18
HSC-198-801
Dental Terminology
Course ID: HSC-198-801
This lecture course provides an introduction to dental terminology related to patient care, documentation, and the business aspect of dentistry.
Instructor: Van Meter
Credits: 2.00
Online Tuition: $ 378
10/19-12/13
HSC-198-901
Dental Terminology
Course ID: HSC-198-901
This lecture course provides an introduction to dental terminology related to patient care, documentation, and the business aspect of dentistry.
Instructor: Van Meter
Credits: 2.00
Online Tuition: $ 378
8/24-12/13
DEA-270-601
Dental Therapeutics
Course ID: DEA-270-601
This course provides an introduction to pharmacology, nutrition, preventive dentistry concepts, oral diagnosis, and dental/medical emergencies. Background knowledge needed to meet patient needs and identification of related oral pathology is emphasized. Instructor consent required.
Instructor: Murphy
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
DEA-270-01
Dental Therapeutics
Course ID: DEA-270-01
This course provides an introduction to pharmacology, nutrition, preventive dentistry concepts, oral diagnosis, and dental/medical emergencies. Background knowledge needed to meet patient needs and identification of related oral pathology is emphasized. Instructor consent required.
Instructor: Murphy
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
GRA-201-01
Design Principles I
Course ID: GRA-201-01
The course is the first in a series that serves as an introduction to the principles of design and idea generation with a strong emphasis on typography. Students explore how these principles are applied in the marketplace.
Instructor: Wilcke
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 250.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
GRA-201-02
Design Principles I
Course ID: GRA-201-02
The course is the first in a series that serves as an introduction to the principles of design and idea generation with a strong emphasis on typography. Students explore how these principles are applied in the marketplace.
Instructor: Wilcke
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 250.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
GRA-207-501
Design Principles II
Course ID: GRA-207-501
This course is a continuation of Design Principles I with an emphasis on idea generation, presentation, and interpreting client needs. This course also addresses the skills and techniques for planning, tracking, and monitoring design projects. Students learn a practical approach to project management and information design along with addressing usability issues for web design.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 30.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
CIS-382-01
Design Software Basics
Course ID: CIS-382-01
This course is an introduction to digital design and application graphics procedures. This course focuses on digital design using trending top application visual design software. During the semester we will cover software integration into the application design process and application pipeline procedures such as efficient work flow and operating under time restrictions.
Credits: 2.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/24-12/13
PSY-121-501
Developmental Psychology
Course ID: PSY-121-501
This course examines the process of human development, covering the life span of the individual. It includes integration of the basic concepts and principles of physical, cognitive, social, and psychosocial development. Topic areas include: genetics, prenatal development, infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and death.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-121-502
Developmental Psychology
Course ID: PSY-121-502
This course examines the process of human development, covering the life span of the individual. It includes integration of the basic concepts and principles of physical, cognitive, social, and psychosocial development. Topic areas include: genetics, prenatal development, infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and death.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-121-503
Developmental Psychology
Course ID: PSY-121-503
This course examines the process of human development, covering the life span of the individual. It includes integration of the basic concepts and principles of physical, cognitive, social, and psychosocial development. Topic areas include: genetics, prenatal development, infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and death.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-121-601
Developmental Psychology
Course ID: PSY-121-601
This course examines the process of human development, covering the life span of the individual. It includes integration of the basic concepts and principles of physical, cognitive, social, and psychosocial development. Topic areas include: genetics, prenatal development, infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and death.
Instructor: Briggs
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-121-602
Developmental Psychology
Course ID: PSY-121-602
This course examines the process of human development, covering the life span of the individual. It includes integration of the basic concepts and principles of physical, cognitive, social, and psychosocial development. Topic areas include: genetics, prenatal development, infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and death.
Instructor: Briggs
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-121-603
Developmental Psychology
Course ID: PSY-121-603
This course examines the process of human development, covering the life span of the individual. It includes integration of the basic concepts and principles of physical, cognitive, social, and psychosocial development. Topic areas include: genetics, prenatal development, infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and death.
Instructor: Gifford
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-10/18
PSY-121-801
Developmental Psychology
Course ID: PSY-121-801
This course examines the process of human development, covering the life span of the individual. It includes integration of the basic concepts and principles of physical, cognitive, social, and psychosocial development. Topic areas include: genetics, prenatal development, infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and death.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-10/18
PSY-121-802
Developmental Psychology
Course ID: PSY-121-802
This course examines the process of human development, covering the life span of the individual. It includes integration of the basic concepts and principles of physical, cognitive, social, and psychosocial development. Topic areas include: genetics, prenatal development, infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and death.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
PSY-121-740
Developmental Psychology
Course ID: PSY-121-740
This course examines the process of human development, covering the life span of the individual. It includes integration of the basic concepts and principles of physical, cognitive, social, and psychosocial development. Topic areas include: genetics, prenatal development, infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and death.
Instructor: Comstock
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PSY-121-730
Developmental Psychology
Course ID: PSY-121-730
This course examines the process of human development, covering the life span of the individual. It includes integration of the basic concepts and principles of physical, cognitive, social, and psychosocial development. Topic areas include: genetics, prenatal development, infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and death.
Instructor: Comstock
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PSY-121-01
Developmental Psychology
Course ID: PSY-121-01
This course examines the process of human development, covering the life span of the individual. It includes integration of the basic concepts and principles of physical, cognitive, social, and psychosocial development. Topic areas include: genetics, prenatal development, infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and death.
Instructor: Ellis
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PSY-121-701
Developmental Psychology
Course ID: PSY-121-701
This course examines the process of human development, covering the life span of the individual. It includes integration of the basic concepts and principles of physical, cognitive, social, and psychosocial development. Topic areas include: genetics, prenatal development, infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and death.
Instructor: Comstock
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
9/21-12/13
PSY-121-551
Developmental Psychology
Course ID: PSY-121-551
This course examines the process of human development, covering the life span of the individual. It includes integration of the basic concepts and principles of physical, cognitive, social, and psychosocial development. Topic areas include: genetics, prenatal development, infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and death.
Instructor: Bell
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/19-12/13
PSY-121-901
Developmental Psychology
Course ID: PSY-121-901
This course examines the process of human development, covering the life span of the individual. It includes integration of the basic concepts and principles of physical, cognitive, social, and psychosocial development. Topic areas include: genetics, prenatal development, infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and death.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/19-12/13
PSY-121-902
Developmental Psychology
Course ID: PSY-121-902
This course examines the process of human development, covering the life span of the individual. It includes integration of the basic concepts and principles of physical, cognitive, social, and psychosocial development. Topic areas include: genetics, prenatal development, infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood, and death.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
GRA-325-01
Digital Color Theory
Course ID: GRA-325-01
This course provides insight into the effective use of color through the study of contemporary color theory including additive and subtractive color. This course involves the development of color perception, expression, and application in traditional and digital design, through a series of problem solving exercises and projects. Fundamental studio experiences, along with a historical perspective, will provide insight and understanding to the intrinsic power of color in design.
Instructor: Brown
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 35.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
CIS-383-601
Digital Comp & Graphics I
Course ID: CIS-383-601
This course is an introduction to digital composition and the graphics procedures. This course focuses on manipulation of digital images, preparing textures, digital painting, software integration, composition and compositing, and pipeline procedures such as efficient work flow, image editing and compositing, and operating under time restrictions. Late in the semester we focus on advanced digital image manipulation such as layering and masking, applying textures, texture painting, lighting effects, advanced composition and compositing, and pipeline procedures including team developmen
Credits: 2.00
Online Tuition: $ 378
8/25-12/22
PHT-107-01
Digital Darkroom
Course ID: PHT-107-01
This course is designed to provide students with a working understanding of electronic images, digital software, and digital workflow. Emphasis is on how to handle image workflow to produce a professional photographic print from digital files and finishing methods used to enhance a photograph's overall appearance.
Credits: 2.00
Course Fee: $ 150.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/25-12/22
PHT-135-01
Digital Fundamentals
Course ID: PHT-135-01
This course provides students the opportunity to learn basic digital photography. Topics include the use and maintenance of digital cameras, proper exposure and image control. The additional use of optional camera accessories to enhance the image quality are explained. Concepts of digital asset management, digital workflow and image manipulation are explored.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 220.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
GRA-140-501
Digital Imaging
Course ID: GRA-140-501
This course covers an introduction to the Mac OS interface and associated hardware. It also covers the Adobe Photoshop software, which is used to manipulate images used in digital and printed media. Topics include software interface, tools, retouching, collage, scanning, keyboard shortcuts, corrective filters and techniques, color correction and automation.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 200.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
GRA-140-01
Digital Imaging
Course ID: GRA-140-01
This course covers an introduction to the Mac OS interface and associated hardware. It also covers the Adobe Photoshop software, which is used to manipulate images used in digital and printed media. Topics include software interface, tools, retouching, collage, scanning, keyboard shortcuts, corrective filters and techniques, color correction and automation.
Instructor: Brown
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 200.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
GRA-140-02
Digital Imaging
Course ID: GRA-140-02
This course covers an introduction to the Mac OS interface and associated hardware. It also covers the Adobe Photoshop software, which is used to manipulate images used in digital and printed media. Topics include software interface, tools, retouching, collage, scanning, keyboard shortcuts, corrective filters and techniques, color correction and automation.
Instructor: Brown
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 200.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
GRA-141-01
Digital Imaging II
Course ID: GRA-141-01
This course provides students with advanced techniques in using software to manipulate images for digital and printed media. Topics include automation techniques, speed, resolution, format and corrective filters. Students are introduced to common digital photography problems, color correcting, retouching and sharpening critical area of a photo. It approaches using digital imaging software as an art form.
Instructor: Brown
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 40.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
GRA-131-501
Digital Layout
Course ID: GRA-131-501
This course is an Introduction to software used for page layout, print design and publishing. Students are introduced to and practice typography skills by combining text with digital images to create professional layouts.This course also provides the essential skills of digital document construction using Adobe® Acrobat. Students learn the skills needed to create a variety of interactive digital documents in the Adobe Portable Document Format.
Instructor: Wilcke
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
GRA-131-01
Digital Layout
Course ID: GRA-131-01
This course is an Introduction to software used for page layout, print design and publishing. Students are introduced to and practice typography skills by combining text with digital images to create professional layouts.This course also provides the essential skills of digital document construction using Adobe® Acrobat. Students learn the skills needed to create a variety of interactive digital documents in the Adobe Portable Document Format.
Instructor: Wilcke
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
GRA-131-02
Digital Layout
Course ID: GRA-131-02
This course is an Introduction to software used for page layout, print design and publishing. Students are introduced to and practice typography skills by combining text with digital images to create professional layouts.This course also provides the essential skills of digital document construction using Adobe® Acrobat. Students learn the skills needed to create a variety of interactive digital documents in the Adobe Portable Document Format.
Instructor: Wilcke
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
ART-186-501
Digital Photography
Course ID: ART-186-501
This course introduces students to the digital camera. Students study and practice the varied artistic applications of digital images as enhanced with computer software. A digital camera is required.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
ART-186-01
Digital Photography
Course ID: ART-186-01
This course introduces students to the digital camera. Students study and practice the varied artistic applications of digital images as enhanced with computer software. A digital camera is required.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
SOC-212-501
Diversity
Course ID: SOC-212-501
This course utilizes an interdisciplinary and intersectional approach to studying gender, race, class, sexuality and other issues of diversity. The curriculum highlights the duality of oppression and privilege and the ways in which race, gender, class and sexuality shape daily life. Special focus is on learning how to demonstrate course concepts as social action. Social justice is practiced as students become educated in these concepts of diversity and engage in diversity conscious social action.
Instructor: Fergen
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
SOC-212-502
Diversity
Course ID: SOC-212-502
This course utilizes an interdisciplinary and intersectional approach to studying gender, race, class, sexuality and other issues of diversity. The curriculum highlights the duality of oppression and privilege and the ways in which race, gender, class and sexuality shape daily life. Special focus is on learning how to demonstrate course concepts as social action. Social justice is practiced as students become educated in these concepts of diversity and engage in diversity conscious social action.
Instructor: Fergen
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
SOC-212-601
Diversity
Course ID: SOC-212-601
This course utilizes an interdisciplinary and intersectional approach to studying gender, race, class, sexuality and other issues of diversity. The curriculum highlights the duality of oppression and privilege and the ways in which race, gender, class and sexuality shape daily life. Special focus is on learning how to demonstrate course concepts as social action. Social justice is practiced as students become educated in these concepts of diversity and engage in diversity conscious social action.
Instructor: White
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
SOC-212-602
Diversity
Course ID: SOC-212-602
This course utilizes an interdisciplinary and intersectional approach to studying gender, race, class, sexuality and other issues of diversity. The curriculum highlights the duality of oppression and privilege and the ways in which race, gender, class and sexuality shape daily life. Special focus is on learning how to demonstrate course concepts as social action. Social justice is practiced as students become educated in these concepts of diversity and engage in diversity conscious social action.
Instructor: White
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
SOC-212-40
Diversity
Course ID: SOC-212-40
This course utilizes an interdisciplinary and intersectional approach to studying gender, race, class, sexuality and other issues of diversity. The curriculum highlights the duality of oppression and privilege and the ways in which race, gender, class and sexuality shape daily life. Special focus is on learning how to demonstrate course concepts as social action. Social justice is practiced as students become educated in these concepts of diversity and engage in diversity conscious social action.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
SOC-212-30
Diversity
Course ID: SOC-212-30
This course utilizes an interdisciplinary and intersectional approach to studying gender, race, class, sexuality and other issues of diversity. The curriculum highlights the duality of oppression and privilege and the ways in which race, gender, class and sexuality shape daily life. Special focus is on learning how to demonstrate course concepts as social action. Social justice is practiced as students become educated in these concepts of diversity and engage in diversity conscious social action.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
SOC-212-01
Diversity
Course ID: SOC-212-01
This course utilizes an interdisciplinary and intersectional approach to studying gender, race, class, sexuality and other issues of diversity. The curriculum highlights the duality of oppression and privilege and the ways in which race, gender, class and sexuality shape daily life. Special focus is on learning how to demonstrate course concepts as social action. Social justice is practiced as students become educated in these concepts of diversity and engage in diversity conscious social action.
Instructor: Moravek
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
SOC-212-02
Diversity
Course ID: SOC-212-02
This course utilizes an interdisciplinary and intersectional approach to studying gender, race, class, sexuality and other issues of diversity. The curriculum highlights the duality of oppression and privilege and the ways in which race, gender, class and sexuality shape daily life. Special focus is on learning how to demonstrate course concepts as social action. Social justice is practiced as students become educated in these concepts of diversity and engage in diversity conscious social action.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
SOC-212-03
Diversity
Course ID: SOC-212-03
This course utilizes an interdisciplinary and intersectional approach to studying gender, race, class, sexuality and other issues of diversity. The curriculum highlights the duality of oppression and privilege and the ways in which race, gender, class and sexuality shape daily life. Special focus is on learning how to demonstrate course concepts as social action. Social justice is practiced as students become educated in these concepts of diversity and engage in diversity conscious social action.
Instructor: Christiansen
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
SOC-212-04
Diversity
Course ID: SOC-212-04
This course utilizes an interdisciplinary and intersectional approach to studying gender, race, class, sexuality and other issues of diversity. The curriculum highlights the duality of oppression and privilege and the ways in which race, gender, class and sexuality shape daily life. Special focus is on learning how to demonstrate course concepts as social action. Social justice is practiced as students become educated in these concepts of diversity and engage in diversity conscious social action.
Instructor: Jenkins
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
SOC-212-05
Diversity
Course ID: SOC-212-05
This course utilizes an interdisciplinary and intersectional approach to studying gender, race, class, sexuality and other issues of diversity. The curriculum highlights the duality of oppression and privilege and the ways in which race, gender, class and sexuality shape daily life. Special focus is on learning how to demonstrate course concepts as social action. Social justice is practiced as students become educated in these concepts of diversity and engage in diversity conscious social action.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
SOC-212-06
Diversity
Course ID: SOC-212-06
This course utilizes an interdisciplinary and intersectional approach to studying gender, race, class, sexuality and other issues of diversity. The curriculum highlights the duality of oppression and privilege and the ways in which race, gender, class and sexuality shape daily life. Special focus is on learning how to demonstrate course concepts as social action. Social justice is practiced as students become educated in these concepts of diversity and engage in diversity conscious social action.
Instructor: Cagley
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
9/22-12/22
SOC-212-07
Diversity
Course ID: SOC-212-07
This course utilizes an interdisciplinary and intersectional approach to studying gender, race, class, sexuality and other issues of diversity. The curriculum highlights the duality of oppression and privilege and the ways in which race, gender, class and sexuality shape daily life. Special focus is on learning how to demonstrate course concepts as social action. Social justice is practiced as students become educated in these concepts of diversity and engage in diversity conscious social action.
Instructor: Jenkins
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
ADM-123-501
Document Formatting
Course ID: ADM-123-501
This course is designed for mastery of the alphabetic keyboard. Students will review numeric and symbol keyboard reaches and the formatting of business documents including memorandums, block and modified block letters, reports and tables. Students must take the prerequisite course or type 30 gross words a minute for three minutes with three errors or less. Prerequisites: ADM 105 Introduction to Keyboarding or type 30 gross words a minute for 3 minutes with 3 errors or less.
Instructor: Cox
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
ADM-124-01
Document Formatting II
Course ID: ADM-124-01
In this course students' keyboarding skills are enhanced by developing a balance of speed and accuracy. Emphasis is placed on the development of production skills in formatting business documents and learning advanced features of word processing using the computer.
Instructor: Clausen
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
ART-133-501
Drawing
Course ID: ART-133-501
This course combines lecture and lab activities. As a foundation studio course, it introduces basic drawing principles such as line, shape, form, texture, value, space, perspective and composition, as well as serving as an introduction to medias including pencil, pen, charcoal, conte, chalk and other alternate media. It stresses perception, visual awareness, sensitivity, and critical thinking/judgment, and may include still life, landscape, portrait, live model and non-objective forms.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 35.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
ART-133-01
Drawing
Course ID: ART-133-01
This course combines lecture and lab activities. As a foundation studio course, it introduces basic drawing principles such as line, shape, form, texture, value, space, perspective and composition, as well as serving as an introduction to medias including pencil, pen, charcoal, conte, chalk and other alternate media. It stresses perception, visual awareness, sensitivity, and critical thinking/judgment, and may include still life, landscape, portrait, live model and non-objective forms.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 35.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ART-134-01
Drawing II
Course ID: ART-134-01
This is a combined lecture and lab course. A foundations studio course, it continues basic drawing principles such as line, shape, form, texture, value, space, perspective and composition, as well as continuing to explore medias including pencil, pen, charcoal, conte, chalk and other alternate media. It stresses perception, visual awareness, sensitivity and critical thinking/judgment, and may include still life, landscape, portrait, live model and non-objective forms. Focus is on the student's preferential media, subject and content with an emphasis on the criteria of composition as determining a drawing's success, as opposed to visual perception, rendering or technique. Students will be expected to make finished works of art for presentation and to move beyond strictly studies or technical assignments.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 35.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
BUS-150-501
E-Commerce
Course ID: BUS-150-501
This course is designed to familiarize individuals with current and emerging electronic commerce technologies using the Internet. Some of the topics include Internet technology for business advantage, managing electronic commerce funds transfer, reinventing the future of business through electronic commerce, business opportunities in electronic commerce, electronic commerce web site design, social, political, and ethical issues associated with electronic commerce, and business plans for technology ventures.
Instructor: Favors
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-10/18
BUS-150-801
E-Commerce
Course ID: BUS-150-801
This course is designed to familiarize individuals with current and emerging electronic commerce technologies using the Internet. Some of the topics include Internet technology for business advantage, managing electronic commerce funds transfer, reinventing the future of business through electronic commerce, business opportunities in electronic commerce, electronic commerce web site design, social, political, and ethical issues associated with electronic commerce, and business plans for technology ventures.
Instructor: Favors
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/19-12/13
BUS-150-901
E-Commerce
Course ID: BUS-150-901
This course is designed to familiarize individuals with current and emerging electronic commerce technologies using the Internet. Some of the topics include Internet technology for business advantage, managing electronic commerce funds transfer, reinventing the future of business through electronic commerce, business opportunities in electronic commerce, electronic commerce web site design, social, political, and ethical issues associated with electronic commerce, and business plans for technology ventures.
Instructor: Favors
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
MUS-125-01
Ear Tng/Sight Sing
Course ID: MUS-125-01
This course develops the ability to recognize and notate simple intervals, rhythms, melodies and chord progressions. Sight-singing skills are strengthened using the sol-feggio method. Basic piano keyboard skills are acquired. Music majors must take this course in conjunction with MUS-115.
Credits: 2.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/25-12/22
MUS-125-701
Ear Tng/Sight Sing
Course ID: MUS-125-701
This course develops the ability to recognize and notate simple intervals, rhythms, melodies and chord progressions. Sight-singing skills are strengthened using the sol-feggio method. Basic piano keyboard skills are acquired. Music majors must take this course in conjunction with MUS-115.
Credits: 2.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/25-12/22
MUS-225-01
Ear Tng/Sight Sing III
Course ID: MUS-225-01
This course is a continuation of Ear Training and Sight Singing I and II. Transcription of melodies will progress from one- and two-part dictations to 4-part harmonic dictation. Aural recognition of common chord progressions will be developed, as well as four-part sight-singing in various compositional styles. Rhythmic dictation will stress cut-time, compound meters, and asymmetrical meters. Sol-feggio studies will expand to include reading choral octavos in syllables.
Credits: 2.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/24-12/13
ECE-158-501
Early Childhood Curriculum I
Course ID: ECE-158-501
This course focuses on the development, implementation and assessment of appropriate environments and curricula for young children ages three through eight years old. Students prepare to utilize evidence-based, developmentally appropriate practices in the context of children's family, culture, language and abilities. Emphasis is on understanding children's developmental stages and developing appropriate learning opportunities, interactions and environments to support each child in the following areas: dramatic play, art, music, fine and gross motor play.
Instructor: Stundahl
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
ECE-158-01
Early Childhood Curriculum I
Course ID: ECE-158-01
This course focuses on the development, implementation and assessment of appropriate environments and curricula for young children ages three through eight years old. Students prepare to utilize evidence-based, developmentally appropriate practices in the context of children's family, culture, language and abilities. Emphasis is on understanding children's developmental stages and developing appropriate learning opportunities, interactions and environments to support each child in the following areas: dramatic play, art, music, fine and gross motor play.
Instructor: Weber
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 20.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
ECE-159-501
Early Childhood Curriculum II
Course ID: ECE-159-501
This course focuses on the development, implementation and assessment of appropriate environments and curricula for young children ages three through eight years old. Students prepare to utilize evidence-based, developmentally appropriate practices in the context of children's family, culture, language and abilities. Emphasis is on understanding children's developmental stages and developing appropriate learning opportunities, interactions and environments to support each child in the following areas: emergent literacy, math, science, technology and social studies.
Instructor: Schram
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ECE-241-601
Early Childhood Education Lab
Course ID: ECE-241-601
This course provides students the opportunity to observe and interact with children in all three early childhood age divisions: birth to 36 months, 3 to 5 years, and 5 to 8 years in a variety of settings. Students also examine their professional dispositions and career expectations and continue to develop a professional portfolio. For successful completion of this course, students must have on file a high school diploma or GED. Students are required to have a current background check on file before the first class meeting and will need to meet current training and health requirements. Program Coordinator permission required.
Instructor: Weber
Credits: 2.00
Course Fee: $ 60.00
Online Tuition: $ 378
8/25-12/22
ECE-262-01
Early Childhood Field Exp
Course ID: ECE-262-01
This course provides a supervised experience in selected early childhood settings serving children age's birth through eight. It includes integration of theory and developmentally appropriate, evidence-based practice and provides an understanding of working with culturally, linguistically, and ability-diverse young children and families. Emphasis is placed on professional relationships and behavior, appropriate adult-child interactions, basic curriculum planning, and program routines. Students are required to have a current background check on file before the first class meeting. Program Coordinator permission required. In ECE 241 must have a grade of C (2.00) or better.
Instructor: Weber
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 45.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
ECE-243-501
Early Childhood Guidance
Course ID: ECE-243-501
This course focuses on developmentally appropriate, evidence-based approaches and positive guidance strategies for supporting the development of each child. It emphasizes supportive interactions and developmentally appropriate environments as well as the use of assessment to analyze and guide behaviors. Students study the impact of family and each child's culture, language and ability on child guidance. CPT scores in Reading at 70 or higher and in Sentence Skills at 74 or higher, OR ACT composite score of 22, OR completion of recommended developmental education
Instructor: Braun
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ECE-290-501
Early Childhood Program Admini
Course ID: ECE-290-501
This course addresses the basic principles common to administering high quality early childhood programs. Topics include director's roles and responsibilities, state and federal regulations, business procedures, staff development and hiring, policy development, fiscal and facility management, marketing, program evaluation, child care advocacy, family and community involvement. This course is designed for students who have completed the Early Childhood Studies diploma and persons interested in becoming a program administrator.
Instructor: Schram
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
EDU-240-501
Educational Psychology
Course ID: EDU-240-501
This course applies the principles of psychology in the field of education to classroom contexts. Topics include child/adolescent development, learning, motivation, instructional techniques, and assessment/evaluation.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/26-12/22
HCR-430-30
Electric Motors and Controls
Course ID: HCR-430-30
This course is a combined lecture and lab course that presents the theory and operation of all motors and controls found in air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration systems. The course includes design, wiring, troubleshooting, and replacement.
Instructor: Stover
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
10/26-12/22
HCR-430-01
Electric Motors and Controls
Course ID: HCR-430-01
This course is a combined lecture and lab course that presents the theory and operation of all motors and controls found in air conditioning, heating, and refrigeration systems. The course includes design, wiring, troubleshooting, and replacement.
Instructor: Wenzel
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
HIT-301-501
Electronic Health Records
Course ID: HIT-301-501
This course provides students the opportunity to create, collect, manage, retrieve, access medical records using an electronic records system. Students will use software to create/edit patient demographic and provider files used in an ambulatory care setting.
Instructor: Reeves
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
ADM-176-01
Electronic Records System
Course ID: ADM-176-01
This course provides students the opportunity to create, collect, process, maintain, retrieve, use, store, disseminate, and dispose of records using an electronic records system. Students use the Windows environment to store records according to ARMA (Association of Records Managers and Administrators) alphabetic rules. Numeric, geographic, and subject filing rules are also explored. Students will research and present up-to-date information on retention, retrieval, and storage of records.
Instructor: Boyer
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
FLF-141-501
Elementary French I
Course ID: FLF-141-501
This course is for beginners; not recommended for students who have had two or more years of high school French. Introduction to French language and culture through development of reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills.
Credits: 4.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
FLF-142-501
Elementary French II
Course ID: FLF-142-501
This course is a continuation of FLF 141 and introduces French language and culture through development of reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills. It further emphasizes and develops pronunciation, vocabulary, and basic grammar.
Credits: 4.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
FLG-141-501
Elementary German I
Course ID: FLG-141-501
This course is an introduction to German language and culture through development of reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. Not recommended for students who have had two or more years of high school German.
Credits: 4.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
FLG-142-501
Elementary German II
Course ID: FLG-142-501
This course is a continuation of FLG 141 furthering the development of reading, writing, listening and speaking skills. Pre-requisite is FLG 141 Elementary German I or instructor consent.
Credits: 4.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
FLS-141-501
Elementary Spanish I
Course ID: FLS-141-501
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.
Credits: 4.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
FLS-141-502
Elementary Spanish I
Course ID: FLS-141-502
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.
Credits: 4.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
FLS-141-601
Elementary Spanish I
Course ID: FLS-141-601
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.
Instructor: Mercado de Lafuente
Credits: 4.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-10/18
FLS-141-801
Elementary Spanish I
Course ID: FLS-141-801
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.
Credits: 4.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/25-12/22
FLS-141-740
Elementary Spanish I
Course ID: FLS-141-740
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.
Instructor: Houston
Credits: 4.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
FLS-141-730
Elementary Spanish I
Course ID: FLS-141-730
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.
Instructor: Houston
Credits: 4.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
FLS-141-701
Elementary Spanish I
Course ID: FLS-141-701
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.
Instructor: Houston
Credits: 4.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
9/21-12/13
FLS-141-551
Elementary Spanish I
Course ID: FLS-141-551
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.
Credits: 4.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
10/19-12/13
FLS-141-901
Elementary Spanish I
Course ID: FLS-141-901
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.
Credits: 4.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
FLS-142-501
Elementary Spanish II
Course ID: FLS-142-501
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.
Credits: 4.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
FLS-142-502
Elementary Spanish II
Course ID: FLS-142-502
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.
Credits: 4.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-10/18
FLS-142-801
Elementary Spanish II
Course ID: FLS-142-801
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.
Credits: 4.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
9/21-12/13
FLS-142-551
Elementary Spanish II
Course ID: FLS-142-551
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.
Credits: 4.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
10/19-12/13
FLS-142-901
Elementary Spanish II
Course ID: FLS-142-901
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.
Credits: 4.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/25-12/22
EMS-114-01
Emergency Medical Responder
Course ID: EMS-114-01
This course emphasizes the development of student skills in emergency medical care procedures. Topics include life threatening emergencies, injuries to various body parts, techniques of moving patients, CPR-BLS, and the safety and well-being of the Emergency Medical Responder. Successful completion of course requirements allows students to write national certification examination.
Instructor: Sudrla
Credits: 2.00
Course Fee: $ 200.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/25-12/22
EMS-217-01
Emergency Medical Technician
Course ID: EMS-217-01
This course is designed for individuals who anticipate working with an ambulance service, hospital emergency department, fire department, police department, mining operation, or in other occupational fields where medical emergencies are common. Course content includes but is not limited to an overview of anatomy and physiology; medical terminology; patient assessment; basic life support in relation to cardiac arrest, trauma, and other medical emergencies. Instruction in light extrication of the injured is additionally covered. This course also provides the student an opportunity to apply cognitive knowledge and psychomotor skills in a supervised clinical or field setting.
Instructor: Ragaller
Credits: 7.00
Course Fee: $ 350.00
ResidentTuition: $ 1309     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 1316
8/24-12/13
MGT-178-501
Employment Law
Course ID: MGT-178-501
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
CIS-414-601
Environmental Art & World Buil
Course ID: CIS-414-601
This course continues the level development process begun in CIS 404 Environment Modeling and adds detailing and refinement through advanced texturing, lighting, and detailing of a game level. The course completes learning the video game environment pipeline creation process from start to finish, beginning with an initial idea, block in phase, asset creation, lighting, and presentation. The goal of the class will be to finalize several high-quality level assets that will come together to create a cohesive level.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ENV-111-501
Environmental Science
Course ID: ENV-111-501
A combined lecture and lab course focusing on environmental concerns: ecosystems, pollution, population, extinction, ethics, energy, food, conservation, and future interrelationships among these concerns.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
ENV-111-502
Environmental Science
Course ID: ENV-111-502
A combined lecture and lab course focusing on environmental concerns: ecosystems, pollution, population, extinction, ethics, energy, food, conservation, and future interrelationships among these concerns.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-10/18
ENV-111-801
Environmental Science
Course ID: ENV-111-801
A combined lecture and lab course focusing on environmental concerns: ecosystems, pollution, population, extinction, ethics, energy, food, conservation, and future interrelationships among these concerns.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/25-12/22
ENV-111-01
Environmental Science
Course ID: ENV-111-01
A combined lecture and lab course focusing on environmental concerns: ecosystems, pollution, population, extinction, ethics, energy, food, conservation, and future interrelationships among these concerns.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
9/21-12/13
ENV-111-551
Environmental Science
Course ID: ENV-111-551
A combined lecture and lab course focusing on environmental concerns: ecosystems, pollution, population, extinction, ethics, energy, food, conservation, and future interrelationships among these concerns.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
10/19-12/13
ENV-111-901
Environmental Science
Course ID: ENV-111-901
A combined lecture and lab course focusing on environmental concerns: ecosystems, pollution, population, extinction, ethics, energy, food, conservation, and future interrelationships among these concerns.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
BIO-163-501
Essentials of Anatomy & Phys
Course ID: BIO-163-501
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.
Credits: 4.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
BIO-163-502
Essentials of Anatomy & Phys
Course ID: BIO-163-502
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.
Credits: 4.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
BIO-163-601
Essentials of Anatomy & Phys
Course ID: BIO-163-601
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.
Credits: 4.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-10/18
BIO-163-801
Essentials of Anatomy & Phys
Course ID: BIO-163-801
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.
Credits: 4.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/25-12/22
BIO-163-01
Essentials of Anatomy & Phys
Course ID: BIO-163-01
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.
Instructor: McDonald
Credits: 4.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
BIO-163-02
Essentials of Anatomy & Phys
Course ID: BIO-163-02
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.
Credits: 4.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
9/22-12/22
BIO-163-03
Essentials of Anatomy & Phys
Course ID: BIO-163-03
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.
Credits: 4.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
10/19-12/13
BIO-163-901
Essentials of Anatomy & Phys
Course ID: BIO-163-901
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.
Credits: 4.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/25-12/22
FIR-320-01
Essentials of Firefighter I
Course ID: FIR-320-01
This course provides basic fire training relating to the NFPA 1001 standard for Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications. It reflects the most current standards as adopted by the Fire Service Training Bureau and can prepare students to take the written Fire Fighter One exam and the Practical Skills Performance exam.
Instructor: Jochum
Credits: 4.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/24-12/13
HIT-248-501
Essentials of Medical Coding
Course ID: HIT-248-501
This course provides a basic overview and understanding of the usage of ICD-9 and CPT coding and how they are reported in medical practices. Students understand the logic behind the usage of ICD-9 and CPT. Students assign codes to case studies for a better understanding of how ICD-9, CPT, modifiers, and HCPCS work together for insurance payment and compliance regulations.
Instructor: Briese
Credits: 2.00
Online Tuition: $ 378
8/25-12/22
HIT-248-01
Essentials of Medical Coding
Course ID: HIT-248-01
This course provides a basic overview and understanding of the usage of ICD-9 and CPT coding and how they are reported in medical practices. Students understand the logic behind the usage of ICD-9 and CPT. Students assign codes to case studies for a better understanding of how ICD-9, CPT, modifiers, and HCPCS work together for insurance payment and compliance regulations.
Instructor: Loutsch
Credits: 2.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/24-12/13
CRJ-101-501
Ethics in Criminal Justice
Course ID: CRJ-101-501
This course covers the ethical standards and codes of professional behavior for police officers and others placed in positions of public trust. The course includes use of force, gratuities, intra- and inter-agency conduct, integrity, ethical necessity of due process and on-duty and off-duty conduct.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
EDU-245-501
Exceptional Learner
Course ID: EDU-245-501
This course provides an overview of special education regulations, policies and programs in educational settings. K-12 pre-service teachers learn the history of special education law, including IDEA and as it applies to NCLB, characteristics of the 8 categories of disability per federal and state regulations, characteristics of talent and gifted programs, and basic component of an IEP. This course is a required component for students seeking K-12 teacher state licensure.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
EDU-245-502
Exceptional Learner
Course ID: EDU-245-502
This course provides an overview of special education regulations, policies and programs in educational settings. K-12 pre-service teachers learn the history of special education law, including IDEA and as it applies to NCLB, characteristics of the 8 categories of disability per federal and state regulations, characteristics of talent and gifted programs, and basic component of an IEP. This course is a required component for students seeking K-12 teacher state licensure.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
ECE-287-701
Exceptional Learner
Course ID: ECE-287-701
This course provides an overview of special education and talented and gifted programs and policies for children birth through school age. It includes special education history and legislation as well as characteristics of federally-defined disability categories and IFSP/IEP components. This course prepares students to serve the diverse needs of exceptional students through the use of family-centered and team-based services, evidence-based assessment procedures and modification of teaching methods, classroom management, materials and curriculum.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
EDU-245-701
Exceptional Learner
Course ID: EDU-245-701
This course provides an overview of special education regulations, policies and programs in educational settings. K-12 pre-service teachers learn the history of special education law, including IDEA and as it applies to NCLB, characteristics of the 8 categories of disability per federal and state regulations, characteristics of talent and gifted programs, and basic component of an IEP. This course is a required component for students seeking K-12 teacher state licensure.
Instructor: Gemmill
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
PHS-120-501
Exploring Physical Science
Course ID: PHS-120-501
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.
Credits: 4.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
11/23-12/22
CRR-403-01
Exterior Body Construction
Course ID: CRR-403-01
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.
Instructor: Ricklefs
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 30.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
11/19-12/22
CON-366-01
Exterior Finishing
Course ID: CON-366-01
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.
Instructor: Wilcke
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 10.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
10/19-12/13
AGB-330-901
Farm Business Management
Course ID: AGB-330-901
This course is a study of the use of the principles of farm management in developing a farm or farm business operation.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
AGB-470-01
Farm Records, Accts, Analysis
Course ID: AGB-470-01
This course is a study of the use of the principles of farm management in developing a farm or farm business operation. An emphasis is placed on the importance of records as an essential management tool.
Instructor: Oetken
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
CRJ-113-01
Field Strategies
Course ID: CRJ-113-01
This course covers the individual human behavior and the possible causes, potential and overt criminal behavior that may result, and the interaction of the offender and peace officer. Emphasis is placed on the interpersonal relationship between the citizen and the law enforcement officer.
Instructor: Dorn
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
CRJ-113-02
Field Strategies
Course ID: CRJ-113-02
This course covers the individual human behavior and the possible causes, potential and overt criminal behavior that may result, and the interaction of the offender and peace officer. Emphasis is placed on the interpersonal relationship between the citizen and the law enforcement officer.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
FIR-152-01
Fire Protection Systems
Course ID: FIR-152-01
This course is an examination of devices and systems that support the fire service in the detection and suppression of fire.
Instructor: Wilson
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
WEL-421-01
Flux Core Arc Welding (FCAW)
Course ID: WEL-421-01
This course combines lecture and lab activities to introduce the Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW) process used extensively by industry. Students learn through hands-on applications and will be introduced to the theory of metal transfer, FCAW equipment, welding procedures, out of position welding, and safety.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 150.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/24-12/13
AGT-250-501
Food and Biosecurity Issues
Course ID: AGT-250-501
This course focuses on threats to food system biosecurity. Students research and discuss contemporary issues regarding biosecurity, vulnerabilities of the food system from pre-harvest through post-processing, consumption and potential threats by class of agents.
Credits: 1.00
Online Tuition: $ 189
8/25-12/22
HCM-308-01
Food Sustainability
Course ID: HCM-308-01
This course introduces students to the importance of a variety of sustainability practices. Students will implement these practices in food-service operations as a means for controlling operating costs and for being good environmental stewards.
Instructor: Gasaway
Credits: 2.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/24-12/13
AGS-270-501
Foods of Animal Origin
Course ID: AGS-270-501
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-10/13
EDU-210-501
Foundations of Education
Course ID: EDU-210-501
This course is an introduction to professional education providing a historical and philosophical background from which the student can examine his or her own commitment to education. Challenges and issues in education today will be discussed in the context of school organization, funding, curriculum, professionalism, legal issues, and effective teacher characteristics.
Instructor: Rees
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-10/13
EDU-210-502
Foundations of Education
Course ID: EDU-210-502
This course is an introduction to professional education providing a historical and philosophical background from which the student can examine his or her own commitment to education. Challenges and issues in education today will be discussed in the context of school organization, funding, curriculum, professionalism, legal issues, and effective teacher characteristics.
Instructor: Rees
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
EDU-210-701
Foundations of Education
Course ID: EDU-210-701
This course is an introduction to professional education providing a historical and philosophical background from which the student can examine his or her own commitment to education. Challenges and issues in education today will be discussed in the context of school organization, funding, curriculum, professionalism, legal issues, and effective teacher characteristics.
Instructor: Gemmill
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
HCM-303-01
Front of House
Course ID: HCM-303-01
This course provides the student the skills necessary to communicate with culinary employers, employees, and other stakeholders. The student will develop professional skills in table side and banquet service. Students should be aware that several lab hours may be outside of the regular academic day.
Instructor: Gasaway
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 150.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
NET-121-501
Fund. of Computers & Networks
Course ID: NET-121-501
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.
Instructor: Sporrer
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
DEA-508-01
Fundamentals of Dental Asst
Course ID: DEA-508-01
This lecture, lab and clinical course provides an introduction to the dental office,instrumentation, equipment, basic intraoral skills development, and operative dentistry procedures. Hazard management and infection control strategies are emphasized. Application of learned skills is provided through a general dentistry clinical experience. Instructor consent is required.
Instructor: Miller
Credits: 7.00
Course Fee: $ 385.00
ResidentTuition: $ 1309     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 1316
8/25-12/22
DEA-508-701
Fundamentals of Dental Asst
Course ID: DEA-508-701
This lecture, lab and clinical course provides an introduction to the dental office,instrumentation, equipment, basic intraoral skills development, and operative dentistry procedures. Hazard management and infection control strategies are emphasized. Application of learned skills is provided through a general dentistry clinical experience. Instructor consent is required.
Instructor: Miller
Credits: 7.00
Course Fee: $ 385.00
ResidentTuition: $ 1309     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 1316
8/25-12/22
AGA-154-01
Fundamentals of Soil Science
Course ID: AGA-154-01
This course covers soil properties affected by their formation due to climate, vegetative cover, parent material, drainage, and topography.
Instructor: Oetken
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
10/19-12/13
AGA-154-901
Fundamentals of Soil Science
Course ID: AGA-154-901
This course covers soil properties affected by their formation due to climate, vegetative cover, parent material, drainage, and topography.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/19-12/13
AGA-154-902
Fundamentals of Soil Science
Course ID: AGA-154-902
This course covers soil properties affected by their formation due to climate, vegetative cover, parent material, drainage, and topography.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ENG-150-501
Funds of English Grammar
Course ID: ENG-150-501
This course is an overview of grammatical structure and functions that includes study of parts of speech, sentence types, sentence analysis, punctuation, spelling, capitalization and usage. This is not a developmental English composition or ELL course.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
NET-612-501
Funds of Network Security
Course ID: NET-612-501
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.
Instructor: Sporrer
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
NET-612-01
Funds of Network Security
Course ID: NET-612-01
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.
Instructor: Witt
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-9/22
DRF-113-01
Funds of Technical Drafting
Course ID: DRF-113-01
This is a beginning course for students with little or no previous experience in drafting. The course will introduce students to essential concepts necessary for a fundamental understanding application of technical drawing. The topics include lettering and instrument linework techniques, orthographic projection principles, and basic multiview drawing techniques.
Instructor: Garvey
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
CIS-386-601
Game Design 101
Course ID: CIS-386-601
This course introduces game design theory, history of gaming, types of games, gaming platforms, and major game components. It serves as an introduction to each course in the program.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
HCM-270-01
Garde Manger
Course ID: HCM-270-01
This course applies techniques used in preparation of hot and cold hors d'oeuvres, decorative food displays and ice carvings. Emphasis is placed on aspics, galantines and buffet presentations.
Instructor: Gasaway
Credits: 2.00
Course Fee: $ 140.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/25-12/22
HCM-270-02
Garde Manger
Course ID: HCM-270-02
This course applies techniques used in preparation of hot and cold hors d'oeuvres, decorative food displays and ice carvings. Emphasis is placed on aspics, galantines and buffet presentations.
Instructor: Gasaway
Credits: 2.00
Course Fee: $ 140.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
10/26-12/22
HCR-120-30
Gas Heating
Course ID: HCR-120-30
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.
Instructor: Stover
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 45.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
10/26-12/22
HCR-120-01
Gas Heating
Course ID: HCR-120-01
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.
Instructor: Wenzel
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 45.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
WEL-191-01
Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
Course ID: WEL-191-01
This course combines lecture and lab activities to present Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) welding process. Students study equipment use, welding procedures, position welding, welding of common metals and safety precautions. Topics include welding in all positions on ferrous and nonferrous metals.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 105.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
BIO-116-01
General Biology IB
Course ID: BIO-116-01
This is a combined lecture and lab course that provides a foundation of the science of living things including biochemistry, cytology, and both classical and molecular genetics.
Instructor: Romig
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
CHM-166-01
General Chemistry I
Course ID: CHM-166-01
This is a combined lecture and lab course that covers the principles of atomic and molecular structure, chemical bonding, periodicity, nomenclature, equations and stoichiometry, physical states of matter and energy transfer processes and nuclear chemistry. It is strongly recommended...Pre-requisites: High School Algebra II or MAT 121 College Algebra and High School Chemistry or CHM 122 Introduction to General Chemistry.
Instructor: Romig
Credits: 5.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 935     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 940
8/25-12/22
CHM-166-02
General Chemistry I
Course ID: CHM-166-02
This is a combined lecture and lab course that covers the principles of atomic and molecular structure, chemical bonding, periodicity, nomenclature, equations and stoichiometry, physical states of matter and energy transfer processes and nuclear chemistry. It is strongly recommended...Pre-requisites: High School Algebra II or MAT 121 College Algebra and High School Chemistry or CHM 122 Introduction to General Chemistry.
Instructor: Romig
Credits: 5.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 935     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 940
10/01-12/22
WEL-422-40
GMAW for Production
Course ID: WEL-422-40
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 70.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
10/01-12/22
WEL-422-30
GMAW for Production
Course ID: WEL-422-30
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 70.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
10/01-12/22
WEL-422-01
GMAW for Production
Course ID: WEL-422-01
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 70.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-10/20
FIR-322-01
Hazardous Materials: Oper. Lev
Course ID: FIR-322-01
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.
Instructor: Jochum
Credits: 1.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
HSC-170-01
Health Care Interaction
Course ID: HSC-170-01
This course is designed to give the student an overview of professionalism, ethical conduct, and communication with all stakeholders in healthcare taking into consideration lifespan changes, diversity, and difficult situations. This course is required for the Physical Therapist Assistant Program.
Instructor: Mercer
Credits: 2.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/24-12/13
HSC-109-501
Health Careers & Teams
Course ID: HSC-109-501
This course is designed to provide information on career options for individuals who are interested in pursuing a career in the healthcare industry. It includes the study of team dynamics and communication techniques necessary to work and succeed in the healthcare field. Students are given opportunities for career exploration through research and projects utilizing the internet and library databases. It also provides instruction in browsing the internet, using email, and other computer literacy tools necessary for taking online courses and for careers in the healthcare industry.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-10/18
HSC-109-801
Health Careers & Teams
Course ID: HSC-109-801
This course is designed to provide information on career options for individuals who are interested in pursuing a career in the healthcare industry. It includes the study of team dynamics and communication techniques necessary to work and succeed in the healthcare field. Students are given opportunities for career exploration through research and projects utilizing the internet and library databases. It also provides instruction in browsing the internet, using email, and other computer literacy tools necessary for taking online courses and for careers in the healthcare industry.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-10/20
HCR-112-30
Heating Fundamentals
Course ID: HCR-112-30
This course covers fundamental principles and skills for all common heating systems. This course is a combined lecture and lab course and includes discussions and demonstrations in heating fundamentals. Safety is greatly emphasized as students are working with actual voltages, and working equipment.
Instructor: Stover
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-10/15
HCR-112-01
Heating Fundamentals
Course ID: HCR-112-01
This course covers fundamental principles and skills for all common heating systems. This course is a combined lecture and lab course and includes discussions and demonstrations in heating fundamentals. Safety is greatly emphasized as students are working with actual voltages, and working equipment.
Instructor: Wenzel
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PHT-237-01
History of Photograp;hy
Course ID: PHT-237-01
This course introduces students to the history of the photographic profession and its ascent to its present form. The people, processes, and their contribution to society throughout photography's history is explored.
Credits: 2.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/25-12/22
ECE-215-701
Home, School, Community Relat
Course ID: ECE-215-701
This course focuses on current understanding of supporting children and families in relation to home, school and community contexts. Emphasis is on building respectful, culturally sensitive relationships with families, utilizing community resources and working with diverse families. Students are required to have a current background check on file before the first class meeting. Program Coordinator permission required.
Instructor: Weber
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 10.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
BIO-173-501
Human Anatomy & Physiology II
Course ID: BIO-173-501
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
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
BIO-173-502
Human Anatomy & Physiology II
Course ID: BIO-173-502
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
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
BIO-173-503
Human Anatomy & Physiology II
Course ID: BIO-173-503
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
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
BIO-173-601
Human Anatomy & Physiology II
Course ID: BIO-173-601
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
Instructor: McDonald
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
BIO-173-602
Human Anatomy & Physiology II
Course ID: BIO-173-602
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
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-10/18
BIO-173-801
Human Anatomy & Physiology II
Course ID: BIO-173-801
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
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-10/18
BIO-173-802
Human Anatomy & Physiology II
Course ID: BIO-173-802
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
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/25-12/22
BIO-173-730
Human Anatomy & Physiology II
Course ID: BIO-173-730
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
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
BIO-173-01
Human Anatomy & Physiology II
Course ID: BIO-173-01
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
Instructor: Romig
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
BIO-173-02
Human Anatomy & Physiology II
Course ID: BIO-173-02
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
Instructor: Romig
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
BIO-173-03
Human Anatomy & Physiology II
Course ID: BIO-173-03
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
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
9/21-12/13
BIO-173-551
Human Anatomy & Physiology II
Course ID: BIO-173-551
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
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
10/19-12/13
BIO-173-901
Human Anatomy & Physiology II
Course ID: BIO-173-901
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
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
10/19-12/13
BIO-173-902
Human Anatomy & Physiology II
Course ID: BIO-173-902
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
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
10/19-12/13
BIO-173-903
Human Anatomy & Physiology II
Course ID: BIO-173-903
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
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
BIO-168-501
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Course ID: BIO-168-501
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
BIO-168-502
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Course ID: BIO-168-502
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
BIO-168-503
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Course ID: BIO-168-503
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
BIO-168-504
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Course ID: BIO-168-504
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
BIO-168-601
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Course ID: BIO-168-601
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.
Instructor: McDonald
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
BIO-168-602
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Course ID: BIO-168-602
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.
Instructor: Koskovich
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-10/18
BIO-168-801
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Course ID: BIO-168-801
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-10/18
BIO-168-802
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Course ID: BIO-168-802
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-10/18
BIO-168-803
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Course ID: BIO-168-803
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/25-12/22
BIO-168-40
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Course ID: BIO-168-40
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
BIO-168-730
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Course ID: BIO-168-730
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
BIO-168-01
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Course ID: BIO-168-01
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
BIO-168-02
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Course ID: BIO-168-02
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.
Instructor: O'Neill
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
BIO-168-03
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Course ID: BIO-168-03
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.
Instructor: Mehlhaff
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
BIO-168-04
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Course ID: BIO-168-04
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.
Instructor: O'Neill
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
BIO-168-701
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Course ID: BIO-168-701
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.
Instructor: McDonald
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
BIO-168-702
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Course ID: BIO-168-702
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.
Instructor: Tubbesing
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
9/21-12/13
BIO-168-551
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Course ID: BIO-168-551
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.
Instructor: Koskovich
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
9/21-12/13
BIO-168-552
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Course ID: BIO-168-552
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
10/19-12/13
BIO-168-901
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Course ID: BIO-168-901
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
10/19-12/13
BIO-168-902
Human Anatomy and Physiology I
Course ID: BIO-168-902
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
PSY-102-501
Human and Work Relations
Course ID: PSY-102-501
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-102-601
Human and Work Relations
Course ID: PSY-102-601
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.
Instructor: Carter
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-102-602
Human and Work Relations
Course ID: PSY-102-602
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.
Instructor: Carter
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
PSY-102-01
Human and Work Relations
Course ID: PSY-102-01
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PSY-102-02
Human and Work Relations
Course ID: PSY-102-02
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.
Instructor: Comstock
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PSY-102-03
Human and Work Relations
Course ID: PSY-102-03
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PSY-102-04
Human and Work Relations
Course ID: PSY-102-04
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PSY-102-701
Human and Work Relations
Course ID: PSY-102-701
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.
Instructor: Jackson
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 26.75
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
EDU-220-501
Human Relations for Class Tchr
Course ID: EDU-220-501
This course includes interpersonal and intergroup relations and contributes to the development of sensitivity to and the understanding of the values, beliefs, lifestyles and attitudes of individuals and the diverse groups found in a pluralistic society and within current education settings. This course is a required component of Iowa Teacher Licensure.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
EDU-220-01
Human Relations for Class Tchr
Course ID: EDU-220-01
This course includes interpersonal and intergroup relations and contributes to the development of sensitivity to and the understanding of the values, beliefs, lifestyles and attitudes of individuals and the diverse groups found in a pluralistic society and within current education settings. This course is a required component of Iowa Teacher Licensure.
Instructor: Chaclan
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
MGT-170-501
Human Resource Management
Course ID: MGT-170-501
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.
Instructor: Mueller
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
MGT-170-502
Human Resource Management
Course ID: MGT-170-502
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
MGT-170-503
Human Resource Management
Course ID: MGT-170-503
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
MGT-170-01
Human Resource Management
Course ID: MGT-170-01
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.
Instructor: Mueller
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
PSY-261-501
Human Sexuality
Course ID: PSY-261-501
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-10/20
HCR-137-30
Hydronic Heating Systems
Course ID: HCR-137-30
This course is a combined lecture and lab course studying the theory and applications in electrical resistance and oil and hydronic heating systems as they relate to residential and commercial heat loss requirements. Studies include installation, troubleshooting, wiring and control circuits
Instructor: Stover
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-10/20
HCR-137-01
Hydronic Heating Systems
Course ID: HCR-137-01
This course is a combined lecture and lab course studying the theory and applications in electrical resistance and oil and hydronic heating systems as they relate to residential and commercial heat loss requirements. Studies include installation, troubleshooting, wiring and control circuits
Instructor: Wenzel
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
ACC-261-501
Income Tax Accounting
Course ID: ACC-261-501
This course is an introduction to federal individual income tax laws. Topics include income, adjustments, deductions, and credits.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
ACC-261-01
Income Tax Accounting
Course ID: ACC-261-01
This course is an introduction to federal individual income tax laws. Topics include income, adjustments, deductions, and credits.
Instructor: Farr
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/20-8/21
ELE-101-40
Industrial Safety
Course ID: ELE-101-40
This course covers mechanical, chemical, environmental and electrical aspects of safety. The role of OSHA in the workplace is presented. Students will become familiar with forms such as Material Safety Data Sheets and will be trained in the use of (PPE) Personal Protective Equipment and in other safety procedures related to materials handling and storage. Industrial hazards such as fall protection and caught-in/struck-by will be emphasized. Students will receive the OSHA 10 safety training and will have the opportunity to be awarded an OSHA 10 card.
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 8.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
ELE-101-02
Industrial Safety
Course ID: ELE-101-02
This course covers mechanical, chemical, environmental and electrical aspects of safety. The role of OSHA in the workplace is presented. Students will become familiar with forms such as Material Safety Data Sheets and will be trained in the use of (PPE) Personal Protective Equipment and in other safety procedures related to materials handling and storage. Industrial hazards such as fall protection and caught-in/struck-by will be emphasized. Students will receive the OSHA 10 safety training and will have the opportunity to be awarded an OSHA 10 card.
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 8.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/31-10/28
ELE-101-04
Industrial Safety
Course ID: ELE-101-04
This course covers mechanical, chemical, environmental and electrical aspects of safety. The role of OSHA in the workplace is presented. Students will become familiar with forms such as Material Safety Data Sheets and will be trained in the use of (PPE) Personal Protective Equipment and in other safety procedures related to materials handling and storage. Industrial hazards such as fall protection and caught-in/struck-by will be emphasized. Students will receive the OSHA 10 safety training and will have the opportunity to be awarded an OSHA 10 card.
Instructor: McDonald
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 8.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
9/01-10/20
ELE-101-03
Industrial Safety
Course ID: ELE-101-03
This course covers mechanical, chemical, environmental and electrical aspects of safety. The role of OSHA in the workplace is presented. Students will become familiar with forms such as Material Safety Data Sheets and will be trained in the use of (PPE) Personal Protective Equipment and in other safety procedures related to materials handling and storage. Industrial hazards such as fall protection and caught-in/struck-by will be emphasized. Students will receive the OSHA 10 safety training and will have the opportunity to be awarded an OSHA 10 card.
Instructor: Dirks
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 8.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
9/04-9/25
ELE-101-30
Industrial Safety
Course ID: ELE-101-30
This course covers mechanical, chemical, environmental and electrical aspects of safety. The role of OSHA in the workplace is presented. Students will become familiar with forms such as Material Safety Data Sheets and will be trained in the use of (PPE) Personal Protective Equipment and in other safety procedures related to materials handling and storage. Industrial hazards such as fall protection and caught-in/struck-by will be emphasized. Students will receive the OSHA 10 safety training and will have the opportunity to be awarded an OSHA 10 card.
Instructor: Stover
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 8.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
9/04-9/25
ELE-101-01
Industrial Safety
Course ID: ELE-101-01
This course covers mechanical, chemical, environmental and electrical aspects of safety. The role of OSHA in the workplace is presented. Students will become familiar with forms such as Material Safety Data Sheets and will be trained in the use of (PPE) Personal Protective Equipment and in other safety procedures related to materials handling and storage. Industrial hazards such as fall protection and caught-in/struck-by will be emphasized. Students will receive the OSHA 10 safety training and will have the opportunity to be awarded an OSHA 10 card.
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 8.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
9/04-10/02
ELE-101-05
Industrial Safety
Course ID: ELE-101-05
This course covers mechanical, chemical, environmental and electrical aspects of safety. The role of OSHA in the workplace is presented. Students will become familiar with forms such as Material Safety Data Sheets and will be trained in the use of (PPE) Personal Protective Equipment and in other safety procedures related to materials handling and storage. Industrial hazards such as fall protection and caught-in/struck-by will be emphasized. Students will receive the OSHA 10 safety training and will have the opportunity to be awarded an OSHA 10 card.
Instructor: Mansfield
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 8.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/24-12/13
ECE-221-501
Infant/Toddler Care and Edu
Course ID: ECE-221-501
This course focuses on care, education and assessment of children from birth to thirty-six months. It prepares students to utilize developmentally-appropriate, evidence-based practices, including responsive caregiving, routines as curriculum, collaborative relationships with culturally, linguistically, and ability-diverse children and families and a focus on the whole child in inclusive settings. CPT scores in Reading at 70 or higher and in Sentence Skills at 74 or higher, OR ACT composite score of 22, OR completion of recommended developmental education
Instructor: Pratt
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
CSC-116-501
Information Computing
Course ID: CSC-116-501
This course presents the basic concepts of information systems and computer literacy. The course incorporates theory as well as hands-on practice, which focuses on spreadsheets and database management systems (DBMS).
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
CSC-116-601
Information Computing
Course ID: CSC-116-601
This course presents the basic concepts of information systems and computer literacy. The course incorporates theory as well as hands-on practice, which focuses on spreadsheets and database management systems (DBMS).
Instructor: Champine
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
CSC-116-602
Information Computing
Course ID: CSC-116-602
This course presents the basic concepts of information systems and computer literacy. The course incorporates theory as well as hands-on practice, which focuses on spreadsheets and database management systems (DBMS).
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
CSC-116-01
Information Computing
Course ID: CSC-116-01
This course presents the basic concepts of information systems and computer literacy. The course incorporates theory as well as hands-on practice, which focuses on spreadsheets and database management systems (DBMS).
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
CSC-116-02
Information Computing
Course ID: CSC-116-02
This course presents the basic concepts of information systems and computer literacy. The course incorporates theory as well as hands-on practice, which focuses on spreadsheets and database management systems (DBMS).
Instructor: Hill
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
CSC-116-03
Information Computing
Course ID: CSC-116-03
This course presents the basic concepts of information systems and computer literacy. The course incorporates theory as well as hands-on practice, which focuses on spreadsheets and database management systems (DBMS).
Instructor: Clausen
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
CSC-116-04
Information Computing
Course ID: CSC-116-04
This course presents the basic concepts of information systems and computer literacy. The course incorporates theory as well as hands-on practice, which focuses on spreadsheets and database management systems (DBMS).
Instructor: Flanigan
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
CSC-116-05
Information Computing
Course ID: CSC-116-05
This course presents the basic concepts of information systems and computer literacy. The course incorporates theory as well as hands-on practice, which focuses on spreadsheets and database management systems (DBMS).
Instructor: Spahn
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
HCM-287-01
Ingredient Identification
Course ID: HCM-287-01
This course provides a fundamental knowledge of ingredients. Students develop their awareness of food products and the world of food.
Instructor: Rocha
Credits: 2.00
Course Fee: $ 140.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/25-12/22
ELE-175-01
Installation of Wiring Systems
Course ID: ELE-175-01
This course provides instruction and application activities in electrical theory and schematic print reading, and providesstudents opportunities to obtain fundamental hands-on skills required for electrical wiring. The students in this course will gain hands-on experience by wiring a house.
Instructor: Dirks
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 30.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
BPT-115-01
Instrumentation II
Course ID: BPT-115-01
This course is a continuation of Instrumentation I and covers one of the most common types of process control systems, temperature control. Topics include process measurement, calibration and test equipment.
Instructor: Koontz
Credits: 2.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/25-12/22
BCA-221-01
Integrated Comp Bus Applicatio
Course ID: BCA-221-01
This course allows students to utilize their Microsoft Office knowledge and skills. Students receive instruction on specific Office application integration with emphasis both on individual and workgroup-oriented projects.
Instructor: Flanigan
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ESI-061-01
Intensive ESL Lis/Spk III
Course ID: ESI-061-01
This course is Level III intensive listening/speaking designed for non-native English speakers. It includes strong emphasis on comprehension of ora language as spoken by native English speakers. Students continue to practice pronunciation, stress, intonation and rhythm of speech to reduce native accents. Emphasis in developing skills in idiomatic expressions, negotiation, reducing miscommunication, and using various levels of directness is provided. Prerequisite: Achieve level III on WITCC ESL battery
Instructor: Peabody
Credits: 2.00
Course Fee: $ 10.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
10/26-11/20
CRR-411-01
Interior Body Construction
Course ID: CRR-411-01
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.
Instructor: Ricklefs
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 40.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ACC-231-701
Intermediate Accounting I
Course ID: ACC-231-701
This course is an in-depth study of the underlying principles, procedures, and reporting requirements necessary to prepare and interpret the financial reports of business entities. Studies include a theoretical foundation of financial accounting, financial statements, cash, receivables, inventory, operational assets and depreciation.
Instructor: McCune
Credits: 4.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/24-12/13
MAT-102-501
Intermediate Algebra
Course ID: MAT-102-501
This course is applicable only to students who have basic knowledge of algebra. Reinforcement of topics from elementary algebra stressing problem solving, drills, conclusions obtained from graphs and other data, and a substantial expansion of radical equations. New topics are variations, exponential functions and logarithms, and quadratic equations. Additional supplemental instruction for the course is available through the Comet Learning Center.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
MAT-102-502
Intermediate Algebra
Course ID: MAT-102-502
This course is applicable only to students who have basic knowledge of algebra. Reinforcement of topics from elementary algebra stressing problem solving, drills, conclusions obtained from graphs and other data, and a substantial expansion of radical equations. New topics are variations, exponential functions and logarithms, and quadratic equations. Additional supplemental instruction for the course is available through the Comet Learning Center.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/25-12/22
MAT-102-30
Intermediate Algebra
Course ID: MAT-102-30
This course is applicable only to students who have basic knowledge of algebra. Reinforcement of topics from elementary algebra stressing problem solving, drills, conclusions obtained from graphs and other data, and a substantial expansion of radical equations. New topics are variations, exponential functions and logarithms, and quadratic equations. Additional supplemental instruction for the course is available through the Comet Learning Center.
Instructor: Johansen
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
MAT-102-01
Intermediate Algebra
Course ID: MAT-102-01
This course is applicable only to students who have basic knowledge of algebra. Reinforcement of topics from elementary algebra stressing problem solving, drills, conclusions obtained from graphs and other data, and a substantial expansion of radical equations. New topics are variations, exponential functions and logarithms, and quadratic equations. Additional supplemental instruction for the course is available through the Comet Learning Center.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
MAT-102-02
Intermediate Algebra
Course ID: MAT-102-02
This course is applicable only to students who have basic knowledge of algebra. Reinforcement of topics from elementary algebra stressing problem solving, drills, conclusions obtained from graphs and other data, and a substantial expansion of radical equations. New topics are variations, exponential functions and logarithms, and quadratic equations. Additional supplemental instruction for the course is available through the Comet Learning Center.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
MAT-102-03
Intermediate Algebra
Course ID: MAT-102-03
This course is applicable only to students who have basic knowledge of algebra. Reinforcement of topics from elementary algebra stressing problem solving, drills, conclusions obtained from graphs and other data, and a substantial expansion of radical equations. New topics are variations, exponential functions and logarithms, and quadratic equations. Additional supplemental instruction for the course is available through the Comet Learning Center.
Instructor: Johansen
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
MAT-102-40
Intermediate Algebra
Course ID: MAT-102-40
This course is applicable only to students who have basic knowledge of algebra. Reinforcement of topics from elementary algebra stressing problem solving, drills, conclusions obtained from graphs and other data, and a substantial expansion of radical equations. New topics are variations, exponential functions and logarithms, and quadratic equations. Additional supplemental instruction for the course is available through the Comet Learning Center.
Instructor: Johansen
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
9/22-12/22
MAT-102-04
Intermediate Algebra
Course ID: MAT-102-04
This course is applicable only to students who have basic knowledge of algebra. Reinforcement of topics from elementary algebra stressing problem solving, drills, conclusions obtained from graphs and other data, and a substantial expansion of radical equations. New topics are variations, exponential functions and logarithms, and quadratic equations. Additional supplemental instruction for the course is available through the Comet Learning Center.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
HCM-307-01
Intermediate Cooking Methods
Course ID: HCM-307-01
This course is a continuation of HCM 306 with an emphasis on food production in a guest-centered environment. Students will explore breakfast foods and their preparation. Students will also learn in depth the dry-heat techniques of Sautéing, Grilling and Broiling foods to varying degrees of doneness using classical techniques for all three areas. Students will plate and attractively present a variety of Sautéed, Grilled and Broiled foods for evaluation by the Chef-Instructor.
Instructor: McCarthy
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 140.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
FLS-231-501
Intermediate Spanish I
Course ID: FLS-231-501
Thorough review of essential Spanish grammar. Further develops reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills through extensive speaking and writing situations and reading of Spanish literature. Expands on cultural aspects of the Spanish-speaking world.
Instructor: Hueser
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
FLS-232-501
Intermediate Spanish II
Course ID: FLS-232-501
This course further develops the skills learned in FLS 231 in reading, writing, listening and interpreting Spanish. It further expands the knowledge of culture and customs of the Spanish-speaking world.
Instructor: Hueser
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
POL-121-501
International Relations
Course ID: POL-121-501
This Course is an introduction to the study of foreign policies, diplomacy, economics, security, and organizations. Current problems in international relations will be addressed.
Instructor: Priestley
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-10/18
BCA-115-801
Internet Basics
Course ID: BCA-115-801
This course provides instruction in browsing the World Wide Web, doing research on the Internet using search engines and search directories, setting up e-mail accounts, using an e-mail client, subscribing to newsgroups, identification of file types used on the Internet and downloading files from the Internet. It also provides an overview of the development of the Internet.
Credits: 1.00
Online Tuition: $ 189
8/25-12/22
CIN-932-01
Internship
Course ID: CIN-932-01
This course provides on-the-job experience on campus or in the industry, giving the student experience and practical application of the competencies learned in the degree program. The internship is coordinated by the college instructor and supervised by an industry professional at the work site. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor, 2.0 cumulative GPA and a C (2.0) or better in core courses as defined by the program advisor. Students meet once a week to discuss their experiences and ongoing progress with their fellow class members, and to measure progress with the instructor.
Instructor: Mansfield
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ECE-932-01
Internship
Course ID: ECE-932-01
This course provides on-the-job experience and practical application of the theories and concepts studied in Early Childhood Education course work through placement at a professional early childhood setting. It involves a coordinated effort between the student, Western Iowa Tech Community College faculty members and a work supervisor at the agency site. Cooperative sites could include area infant/toddler, preschool and early elementary programs in both public and private settings. Students will be required to complete a minimum of 128 hours at an approved early childhood site. Students are required to have a current background check on file before first class meeting. Students must also have current certification in CPR, First Aid, Universal Precautions, and Mandatory Child Abuse Reporter, and meet program health requirements.
Credits: 2.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/25-12/22
HCM-932-01
Internship
Course ID: HCM-932-01
This course provides on-the-job experience on campus or in the industry, giving the student experience and practical application of the competencies learned in the degree program. The internship is coordinated by the college instructor and supervised by an industry professional at the work site. Prerequisite: Prerequisite: Permission of instructor, 2.0 cumulative GPA and a C (2.0) or better in core courses as defined by the program advisor.
Instructor: McCarthy
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MUS-932-01
Internship
Course ID: MUS-932-01
This course provides on-the-job experience on campus or in the industry, giving the student experience and practical application of the competencies learned in the degree program. The internship is coordinated by the college instructor and supervised by an industry professional at the work site. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor, 2.0 cumulative GPA and a C (2.0) or better in core courses as defined by the program advisor. Students meet once a week to discuss their experiences and ongoing progress with their fellow class members, and to measure progress with the instructor.
Instructor: Mansfield
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ADM-932-01
Internship II
Course ID: ADM-932-01
This course provides on-the-job experience on campus or in the business community giving the student experience and practical application of the competencies learned in the Administrative Assistant programs. The internship is coordinated by the college instructor and supervised by an industry professional at the work site. Student must be in the final semester of the program before enrolling in this course. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor, 2.0 cumulative GPA and a C (2.0) or better in core courses as defined by the program advisor. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor, 2.0 cumulative GPA and a C (2.0) or better in core courses as defined by the program advisor.
Instructor: Flanigan
Credits: 2.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/24-12/13
SPC-122-501
Interpersonal Communication
Course ID: SPC-122-501
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
SPC-122-502
Interpersonal Communication
Course ID: SPC-122-502
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
SPC-122-601
Interpersonal Communication
Course ID: SPC-122-601
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.
Instructor: Brandon
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
SPC-122-602
Interpersonal Communication
Course ID: SPC-122-602
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.
Instructor: Hough
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
SPC-122-603
Interpersonal Communication
Course ID: SPC-122-603
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.
Instructor: Eggers
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
SPC-122-01
Interpersonal Communication
Course ID: SPC-122-01
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.
Instructor: Eggers
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
SPC-122-02
Interpersonal Communication
Course ID: SPC-122-02
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.
Instructor: Ogden
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
SPC-122-03
Interpersonal Communication
Course ID: SPC-122-03
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.
Instructor: Ogden
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
SPC-122-04
Interpersonal Communication
Course ID: SPC-122-04
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.
Instructor: Eggers
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
SPC-122-05
Interpersonal Communication
Course ID: SPC-122-05
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
9/21-12/13
SPC-122-551
Interpersonal Communication
Course ID: SPC-122-551
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.
Instructor: Halverson
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
GRA-248-01
Intractive Publications
Course ID: GRA-248-01
This course provides experiences for students to assemble, design, and publish a dynamic iBook for the iPad using the iBooks Author software. The course focuses on the process of adding all of the components of a dynamic iBook,including engaging text, images, audio, video, 3D models, and dynamic web content.
Instructor: Brown
Credits: 1.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/24-12/13
ACC-111-501
Intro to Accounting
Course ID: ACC-111-501
This course is designed to teach the key concepts and skills required to record a variety of accounting entries for both a service and merchandising business, to prepare financial statements, to record payroll entries, to prepare payroll records and to utilize good cash management skills. The skills learned will prepare students for direct job entry as small business owners and entrepreneurs. These accounting concepts are applied to a variety of companies.
Instructor: Cox
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ACC-111-502
Intro to Accounting
Course ID: ACC-111-502
This course is designed to teach the key concepts and skills required to record a variety of accounting entries for both a service and merchandising business, to prepare financial statements, to record payroll entries, to prepare payroll records and to utilize good cash management skills. The skills learned will prepare students for direct job entry as small business owners and entrepreneurs. These accounting concepts are applied to a variety of companies.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
ACC-111-01
Intro to Accounting
Course ID: ACC-111-01
This course is designed to teach the key concepts and skills required to record a variety of accounting entries for both a service and merchandising business, to prepare financial statements, to record payroll entries, to prepare payroll records and to utilize good cash management skills. The skills learned will prepare students for direct job entry as small business owners and entrepreneurs. These accounting concepts are applied to a variety of companies.
Instructor: Flanigan
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
10/19-12/13
AGB-235-901
Intro to Agriculture Markets
Course ID: AGB-235-901
This course is an overview of the structure, economics, organization, and function of the world food marketing system. Topics in past, present and future domestic and worldwide market issues are discussed. The course examines how the marketing system is influenced by governmental and private policy and effects those policies have on producers, commodity handlers, processors, middlemen, and consumers. Basic marketing and merchandising strategies are also covered.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
ESI-084-01
Intro to American Culture
Course ID: ESI-084-01
This course will introduce international students to American culture, government, citizenship, and business through a combination of experience and classroom learning.
Instructor: Peabody
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MFG-125-01
Intro to Automation
Course ID: MFG-125-01
This course is designed for the student with little or no knowledge of fluid power, electrical control and automation. Topics include basic principles, components of fluid power and basic design of electrical controls/plc's as it applies to automation/robotics in industry.
Instructor: Helzer
Credits: 4.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
MFG-125-02
Intro to Automation
Course ID: MFG-125-02
This course is designed for the student with little or no knowledge of fluid power, electrical control and automation. Topics include basic principles, components of fluid power and basic design of electrical controls/plc's as it applies to automation/robotics in industry.
Instructor: Koontz
Credits: 4.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-8/27
CON-136-01
Intro to Construction Shop
Course ID: CON-136-01
This course is a prerequisite to all credit carpentry classes and is a lecture course that serves as an introduction into Carpentry or Construction classes. Content covers personal safety, tool safety, tool maintenance, and hand and power tool identification and proper use.
Instructor: Wilcke
Credits: 1.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/24-12/13
CRJ-120-501
Intro to Corrections
Course ID: CRJ-120-501
This course presents the development of correctional theory, the correctional client, trial, sentencing, and institutions involved, and rehabilitation potential through probation and parole. Students acquire the ability to recognize the purpose and function of the correction subsystems, personnel, and processes as they relate to the police and to the total criminal justice system.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
CRJ-120-01
Intro to Corrections
Course ID: CRJ-120-01
This course presents the development of correctional theory, the correctional client, trial, sentencing, and institutions involved, and rehabilitation potential through probation and parole. Students acquire the ability to recognize the purpose and function of the correction subsystems, personnel, and processes as they relate to the police and to the total criminal justice system.
Instructor: Powell
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
ECE-103-501
Intro to Early Childhood Educ
Course ID: ECE-103-501
This course gives students a historical and philosophical foundation of the field of early childhood education. It includes an overview of assessment and evidence-based practices. The course also addresses the influences of family-centered practice, inclusion, culture, and language. Students explore early childhood careers.
Instructor: Wahlstrom
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ECE-103-502
Intro to Early Childhood Educ
Course ID: ECE-103-502
This course gives students a historical and philosophical foundation of the field of early childhood education. It includes an overview of assessment and evidence-based practices. The course also addresses the influences of family-centered practice, inclusion, culture, and language. Students explore early childhood careers.
Instructor: Wahlstrom
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
ECE-103-01
Intro to Early Childhood Educ
Course ID: ECE-103-01
This course gives students a historical and philosophical foundation of the field of early childhood education. It includes an overview of assessment and evidence-based practices. The course also addresses the influences of family-centered practice, inclusion, culture, and language. Students explore early childhood careers.
Instructor: Chaclan
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
BUS-130-501
Intro to Entrepreneurship
Course ID: BUS-130-501
This course covers small business management issues via case studies. It emphasizes insights into the organization, financial decision making, and marketing practices of small businesses. Familiarity with basic accounting principles, concepts applicable to the operation of a service oriented or retailing sole proprietorship, and the internal and external functions of a business will support work in this course.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
BUS-130-502
Intro to Entrepreneurship
Course ID: BUS-130-502
This course covers small business management issues via case studies. It emphasizes insights into the organization, financial decision making, and marketing practices of small businesses. Familiarity with basic accounting principles, concepts applicable to the operation of a service oriented or retailing sole proprietorship, and the internal and external functions of a business will support work in this course.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
BUS-130-01
Intro to Entrepreneurship
Course ID: BUS-130-01
This course covers small business management issues via case studies. It emphasizes insights into the organization, financial decision making, and marketing practices of small businesses. Familiarity with basic accounting principles, concepts applicable to the operation of a service oriented or retailing sole proprietorship, and the internal and external functions of a business will support work in this course.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
WEL-208-01
Intro to Fabrication
Course ID: WEL-208-01
This course combines lecture and lab activities to develop individualized skills needed in a manufacturing atmosphere such as tool usage, layout methods and material estimation. Students are provided an opportunity for plate welding certification. Prerequisite: Assessment and advising.
Credits: 2.00
Course Fee: $ 156.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/25-9/29
WEL-423-40
Intro to GMAW
Course ID: WEL-423-40
This course combines lecture and lab activities to present the Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG) process used extensively by industry. It emphasizes hands-on applications, metal transfer concepts, GMAW equipment, and safety.
Credits: 2.00
Course Fee: $ 70.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/25-9/29
WEL-423-30
Intro to GMAW
Course ID: WEL-423-30
This course combines lecture and lab activities to present the Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG) process used extensively by industry. It emphasizes hands-on applications, metal transfer concepts, GMAW equipment, and safety.
Credits: 2.00
Course Fee: $ 70.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/25-9/29
WEL-423-01
Intro to GMAW
Course ID: WEL-423-01
This course combines lecture and lab activities to present the Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG) process used extensively by industry. It emphasizes hands-on applications, metal transfer concepts, GMAW equipment, and safety.
Credits: 2.00
Course Fee: $ 70.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/24-10/18
HSC-105-801
Intro to Health Occupations
Course ID: HSC-105-801
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.
Credits: 1.00
Online Tuition: $ 189
10/19-12/13
HSC-105-901
Intro to Health Occupations
Course ID: HSC-105-901
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.
Credits: 1.00
Online Tuition: $ 189
8/25-12/22
HCM-321-01
Intro to Hospitality Industry
Course ID: HCM-321-01
This course develops an understanding of the hospitality industry and career opportunities in the field. Topics include culinary, hotel, tourism, event planning and other opportunities in the hospitality industry.
Instructor: Baltushis
Credits: 1.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
PHR-105-01
Intro to Pharmacy Technician
Course ID: PHR-105-01
This course is designed to provide the student with basic knowledge about community and institutional pharmacy practice. Topics include: Orientation to Technician duties, Medical Terminology, Introduction to Institutional Pharmacy Practice, Introduction to Community/Ambulatory Pharmacy Practice and Pharmacy Calculations. Students taking this course should have basic reading comprehension skills and high school algebra.
Instructor: Williams
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 8.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
BUS-102-501
Introduction to Business
Course ID: BUS-102-501
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
BUS-102-601
Introduction to Business
Course ID: BUS-102-601
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
BUS-102-602
Introduction to Business
Course ID: BUS-102-602
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-10/18
BUS-102-801
Introduction to Business
Course ID: BUS-102-801
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
BUS-102-01
Introduction to Business
Course ID: BUS-102-01
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.
Instructor: Mueller
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
BUS-102-02
Introduction to Business
Course ID: BUS-102-02
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.
Instructor: Mueller
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
9/21-12/13
BUS-102-551
Introduction to Business
Course ID: BUS-102-551
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/19-12/13
BUS-102-901
Introduction to Business
Course ID: BUS-102-901
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/26-12/22
MFG-322-01
Introduction to Cad/Cam
Course ID: MFG-322-01
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.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 30.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
CRJ-100-501
Introduction to Criminal Justi
Course ID: CRJ-100-501
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
CRJ-100-502
Introduction to Criminal Justi
Course ID: CRJ-100-502
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
CRJ-100-01
Introduction to Criminal Justi
Course ID: CRJ-100-01
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
CRJ-100-02
Introduction to Criminal Justi
Course ID: CRJ-100-02
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
9/21-12/13
CRJ-100-551
Introduction to Criminal Justi
Course ID: CRJ-100-551
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
CIN-106-01
Introduction to Editing Softwa
Course ID: CIN-106-01
This introductory course will explain the background of the editing process. Various editing software packages will be demonstrated and through hands-on projects the students will develop editing skills and an understanding of industry standard best practices in relation to editing.
Instructor: Jones
Credits: 2.00
Course Fee: $ 220.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/24-12/13
PHI-105-501
Introduction to Ethics
Course ID: PHI-105-501
This course introduces fundamental theories of moral behavior and examines important concepts and arguments used in moral reasoning, and applies ethical theories to contemporary personal and social issues.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PHI-105-502
Introduction to Ethics
Course ID: PHI-105-502
This course introduces fundamental theories of moral behavior and examines important concepts and arguments used in moral reasoning, and applies ethical theories to contemporary personal and social issues.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PHI-105-503
Introduction to Ethics
Course ID: PHI-105-503
This course introduces fundamental theories of moral behavior and examines important concepts and arguments used in moral reasoning, and applies ethical theories to contemporary personal and social issues.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PHI-105-601
Introduction to Ethics
Course ID: PHI-105-601
This course introduces fundamental theories of moral behavior and examines important concepts and arguments used in moral reasoning, and applies ethical theories to contemporary personal and social issues.
Instructor: Polk
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PHI-105-602
Introduction to Ethics
Course ID: PHI-105-602
This course introduces fundamental theories of moral behavior and examines important concepts and arguments used in moral reasoning, and applies ethical theories to contemporary personal and social issues.
Instructor: Polk
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PHI-105-603
Introduction to Ethics
Course ID: PHI-105-603
This course introduces fundamental theories of moral behavior and examines important concepts and arguments used in moral reasoning, and applies ethical theories to contemporary personal and social issues.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-10/18
PHI-105-801
Introduction to Ethics
Course ID: PHI-105-801
This course introduces fundamental theories of moral behavior and examines important concepts and arguments used in moral reasoning, and applies ethical theories to contemporary personal and social issues.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
PHI-105-01
Introduction to Ethics
Course ID: PHI-105-01
This course introduces fundamental theories of moral behavior and examines important concepts and arguments used in moral reasoning, and applies ethical theories to contemporary personal and social issues.
Instructor: Anderson
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PHI-105-02
Introduction to Ethics
Course ID: PHI-105-02
This course introduces fundamental theories of moral behavior and examines important concepts and arguments used in moral reasoning, and applies ethical theories to contemporary personal and social issues.
Instructor: Anderson
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PHI-105-03
Introduction to Ethics
Course ID: PHI-105-03
This course introduces fundamental theories of moral behavior and examines important concepts and arguments used in moral reasoning, and applies ethical theories to contemporary personal and social issues.
Instructor: Polk
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
9/21-12/13
PHI-105-551
Introduction to Ethics
Course ID: PHI-105-551
This course introduces fundamental theories of moral behavior and examines important concepts and arguments used in moral reasoning, and applies ethical theories to contemporary personal and social issues.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
9/21-12/13
PHI-105-552
Introduction to Ethics
Course ID: PHI-105-552
This course introduces fundamental theories of moral behavior and examines important concepts and arguments used in moral reasoning, and applies ethical theories to contemporary personal and social issues.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/19-12/13
PHI-105-901
Introduction to Ethics
Course ID: PHI-105-901
This course introduces fundamental theories of moral behavior and examines important concepts and arguments used in moral reasoning, and applies ethical theories to contemporary personal and social issues.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/19-12/13
PHI-105-902
Introduction to Ethics
Course ID: PHI-105-902
This course introduces fundamental theories of moral behavior and examines important concepts and arguments used in moral reasoning, and applies ethical theories to contemporary personal and social issues.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
HCM-335-01
Introduction to Event Planning
Course ID: HCM-335-01
This course is an overview of the event management industry. Students will examine the industry and the developing trends in planning events.
Instructor: Baltushis
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
CHM-122-01
Introduction to General Chem
Course ID: CHM-122-01
This is a combined lecture and lab course that covers the basic concepts of inorganic chemistry: atomic structure, compounds and bonds, chemical equations and stoichiometry, states of matter, solutions, acids and bases, redox and nuclear chemistry. Prerequisite: MAT 102 or appropriate CPT scores.
Instructor: Romig
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/24-12/13
AGP-329-501
Introduction to GPS
Course ID: AGP-329-501
This course is an introduction to the use of GPS and VRT as it impacts agricultural producers. Students will use field mapping software and GPS systems as part of the class.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
AGP-329-01
Introduction to GPS
Course ID: AGP-329-01
This course is an introduction to the use of GPS and VRT as it impacts agricultural producers. Students will use field mapping software and GPS systems as part of the class.
Instructor: Oetken
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
ADM-105-501
Introduction to Keyboarding
Course ID: ADM-105-501
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.
Credits: 1.00
Online Tuition: $ 189
8/24-12/13
ADM-105-502
Introduction to Keyboarding
Course ID: ADM-105-502
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.
Credits: 1.00
Online Tuition: $ 189
8/24-10/18
ADM-105-801
Introduction to Keyboarding
Course ID: ADM-105-801
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.
Instructor: Hanson
Credits: 1.00
Online Tuition: $ 189
8/25-12/22
ADM-105-01
Introduction to Keyboarding
Course ID: ADM-105-01
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.
Instructor: Boyer
Credits: 1.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
10/19-12/13
ADM-105-901
Introduction to Keyboarding
Course ID: ADM-105-901
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.
Instructor: Hanson
Credits: 1.00
Online Tuition: $ 189
8/25-12/22
PRL-103-701
Introduction to Law
Course ID: PRL-103-701
This course will introduce students to the paralegal profession. An examination of the legal system, with emphasis on Iowa court structure, is included. Students will be introduced to the law library, become familiar with sources of legal authority, legal analysis and writing as well as the specific functions and duties of the paralegal within the law. Students will build critical thinking skills pertaining to legal studies while receiving an overview of various aspects of law.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PHT-104-01
Introduction to Lighting
Course ID: PHT-104-01
This course focuses on the elements of lighting, exposure, shadows, artificial and natural lighting as it pertains to photography. Students learn to use a variety of lighting techniques to enhance studio portrait photography.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 135.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
LIT-101-501
Introduction to Literature
Course ID: LIT-101-501
This course provides an introduction to the study of short fiction, poetry, and drama.
Instructor: Erickson
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
LIT-101-502
Introduction to Literature
Course ID: LIT-101-502
This course provides an introduction to the study of short fiction, poetry, and drama.
Instructor: Erickson
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
LIT-101-503
Introduction to Literature
Course ID: LIT-101-503
This course provides an introduction to the study of short fiction, poetry, and drama.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
LIT-101-601
Introduction to Literature
Course ID: LIT-101-601
This course provides an introduction to the study of short fiction, poetry, and drama.
Instructor: Kosse
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-10/18
LIT-101-801
Introduction to Literature
Course ID: LIT-101-801
This course provides an introduction to the study of short fiction, poetry, and drama.
Instructor: Wulf
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
LIT-101-40
Introduction to Literature
Course ID: LIT-101-40
This course provides an introduction to the study of short fiction, poetry, and drama.
Instructor: Wulf
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
LIT-101-30
Introduction to Literature
Course ID: LIT-101-30
This course provides an introduction to the study of short fiction, poetry, and drama.
Instructor: Wulf
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
LIT-101-01
Introduction to Literature
Course ID: LIT-101-01
This course provides an introduction to the study of short fiction, poetry, and drama.
Instructor: Wulf
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
9/21-12/13
LIT-101-551
Introduction to Literature
Course ID: LIT-101-551
This course provides an introduction to the study of short fiction, poetry, and drama.
Instructor: Hansen
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/19-12/13
LIT-101-901
Introduction to Literature
Course ID: LIT-101-901
This course provides an introduction to the study of short fiction, poetry, and drama.
Instructor: Erickson
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/19-12/13
LIT-101-902
Introduction to Literature
Course ID: LIT-101-902
This course provides an introduction to the study of short fiction, poetry, and drama.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
CIN-117-01
Introduction to Motion Graphic
Course ID: CIN-117-01
This course introduces the student to design and execution of motion graphics using industry standard software. Also covered are file formats and conversion, production workflow, and broadcast standards for graphics.
Instructor: Jones
Credits: 2.00
Course Fee: $ 100.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/24-12/13
PHI-101-501
Introduction to Philosophy
Course ID: PHI-101-501
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PHI-101-502
Introduction to Philosophy
Course ID: PHI-101-502
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PHI-101-503
Introduction to Philosophy
Course ID: PHI-101-503
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.
Instructor: Perry
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-10/18
PHI-101-801
Introduction to Philosophy
Course ID: PHI-101-801
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.
Instructor: Yanney
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
9/21-12/13
PHI-101-551
Introduction to Philosophy
Course ID: PHI-101-551
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/19-12/13
PHI-101-901
Introduction to Philosophy
Course ID: PHI-101-901
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.
Instructor: Yanney
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
PTA-104-701
Introduction to Physical Thera
Course ID: PTA-104-701
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. This is a hybrid course with face-to-face meetings and online assignments.
Instructor: Heilman
Credits: 1.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/24-12/13
PSY-111-501
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-501
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-111-502
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-502
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-111-503
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-503
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-111-504
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-504
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-111-505
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-505
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Instructor: Wall
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-111-506
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-506
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-111-507
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-507
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-111-508
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-508
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-111-509
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-509
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-111-510
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-510
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-111-601
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-601
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Instructor: Gifford
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-111-602
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-602
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Instructor: Whitehill
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-111-603
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-603
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Instructor: Jackson
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-111-604
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-604
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Instructor: Klatt
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-111-605
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-605
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Instructor: Jambor
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-111-606
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-606
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Instructor: Jambor
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-111-607
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-607
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Instructor: McWhirter
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-111-608
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-608
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Instructor: McWhirter
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-111-609
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-609
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Instructor: Callens
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-111-610
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-610
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Instructor: Callens
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
PSY-111-611
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-611
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Instructor: Craig
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-10/18
PSY-111-801
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-801
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
PSY-111-40
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-40
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PSY-111-41
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-41
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Instructor: Dvorkin
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PSY-111-740
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-740
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Instructor: Klatt
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PSY-111-LF41
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-LF41
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PSY-111-30
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-30
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PSY-111-31
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-31
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Instructor: Dvorkin
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PSY-111-730
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-730
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Instructor: Klatt
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PSY-111-LF35
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-LF35
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PSY-111-01
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-01
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PSY-111-02
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-02
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Instructor: Dvorkin
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PSY-111-03
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-03
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PSY-111-04
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-04
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Instructor: Dvorkin
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PSY-111-05
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-05
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Instructor: Briggs
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PSY-111-06
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-06
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Instructor: Ellis
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PSY-111-07
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-07
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Instructor: Gibbons
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PSY-111-08
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-08
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Instructor: Briggs
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PSY-111-09
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-09
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Instructor: Gibbons
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PSY-111-701
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-701
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Instructor: Klatt
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
9/21-12/13
PSY-111-551
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-551
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
9/21-12/13
PSY-111-552
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-552
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Instructor: Dunn
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
9/21-12/13
PSY-111-553
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-553
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/19-12/13
PSY-111-901
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-901
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/19-12/13
PSY-111-902
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-902
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Instructor: Holtzen
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/19-12/13
PSY-111-903
Introduction to Psychology
Course ID: PSY-111-903
This course introduces students to the scientific study of mental processes and behavior with emphasis on the nervous system, learning and memory, cognition, sensation and perception, motivation and emotion, personality, intelligence, stress, psychological disorders and therapy, and social influence. This course explains the roles of theory and empirical evidence in describing, and predicting behavior. Students apply critical thinking in relation to research methods and ethics in the field of psychology.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
SOC-160-501
Introduction to Social Work
Course ID: SOC-160-501
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
SOC-160-502
Introduction to Social Work
Course ID: SOC-160-502
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
SOC-160-01
Introduction to Social Work
Course ID: SOC-160-01
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
SOC-110-501
Introduction to Sociology
Course ID: SOC-110-501
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
SOC-110-502
Introduction to Sociology
Course ID: SOC-110-502
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
SOC-110-503
Introduction to Sociology
Course ID: SOC-110-503
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
SOC-110-504
Introduction to Sociology
Course ID: SOC-110-504
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
SOC-110-505
Introduction to Sociology
Course ID: SOC-110-505
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
SOC-110-506
Introduction to Sociology
Course ID: SOC-110-506
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
SOC-110-601
Introduction to Sociology
Course ID: SOC-110-601
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.
Instructor: Fergen
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
SOC-110-602
Introduction to Sociology
Course ID: SOC-110-602
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.
Instructor: Weaver
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
SOC-110-603
Introduction to Sociology
Course ID: SOC-110-603
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.
Instructor: Niemeier
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
SOC-110-604
Introduction to Sociology
Course ID: SOC-110-604
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.
Instructor: Niemeier
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
SOC-110-605
Introduction to Sociology
Course ID: SOC-110-605
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.
Instructor: Kistner
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
SOC-110-606
Introduction to Sociology
Course ID: SOC-110-606
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.
Instructor: Jones
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-10/18
SOC-110-801
Introduction to Sociology
Course ID: SOC-110-801
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-10/18
SOC-110-802
Introduction to Sociology
Course ID: SOC-110-802
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.
Instructor: Jones
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
SOC-110-40
Introduction to Sociology
Course ID: SOC-110-40
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.
Instructor: Nelson
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
SOC-110-30
Introduction to Sociology
Course ID: SOC-110-30
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.
Instructor: Nelson
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
SOC-110-01
Introduction to Sociology
Course ID: SOC-110-01
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.
Instructor: Nelson
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
SOC-110-02
Introduction to Sociology
Course ID: SOC-110-02
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.
Instructor: Christiansen
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
SOC-110-03
Introduction to Sociology
Course ID: SOC-110-03
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.
Instructor: Nelson
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
9/21-12/13
SOC-110-551
Introduction to Sociology
Course ID: SOC-110-551
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
9/21-12/13
SOC-110-552
Introduction to Sociology
Course ID: SOC-110-552
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
9/21-12/13
SOC-110-553
Introduction to Sociology
Course ID: SOC-110-553
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.
Instructor: Deck
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/19-12/13
SOC-110-901
Introduction to Sociology
Course ID: SOC-110-901
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/19-12/13
SOC-110-902
Introduction to Sociology
Course ID: SOC-110-902
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.
Instructor: Wessman
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
SUR-130-01
Introduction to Surgical Techn
Course ID: SUR-130-01
This course provides the student with basic surgical protocols and procedures. Course components include responsibilities, characteristics, and interpersonal relationships of the Surgical Technologist. Historical development, professional organizations, law and ethics, and medical terminology are included. In addition, students will become familiar with the hospital organization, administration, and physical structure, as well as operation room occupational hazards, safety precautions and infection control standards set forth by OSHA and the CDC. Instructor consent required.
Instructor: Jolin
Credits: 2.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/24-12/13
REL-150-501
Introduction to the Bible
Course ID: REL-150-501
This course introduces the practice of the contextual method of reading a text, as applied to the biblical materials. It asks: What kind of material is this? Who wrote it? To whom were they writing in their own time? What were they trying to say to the people in that situation? The course is not devotional or applicational, but literary and historical.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
HUM-101-501
Introduction to the Humanities
Course ID: HUM-101-501
This course explores the influence of philosophy, literature, drama, and the fine arts upon ancient and modern cultures, including the impact of other cultures upon America's approach to living.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
HUM-101-01
Introduction to the Humanities
Course ID: HUM-101-01
This course explores the influence of philosophy, literature, drama, and the fine arts upon ancient and modern cultures, including the impact of other cultures upon America's approach to living.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
DRA-101-501
Introduction to Theatre
Course ID: DRA-101-501
This course is a survey of the elements of theatre. The course covers units on audience/performer relationships, dramatic forms, dramatic literature, history of the theatre, dramatic theory and criticism, and technical theatre.
Instructor: Dumicich
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
ELE-132-01
Introduction to Wiring
Course ID: ELE-132-01
A combined lecture and lab course. Designed to instruct the student in Safety, Electrical Ethics, and Labor History. Also to introduce the student to the materials, hand tools, power tools, and the installation requirements of the National Electrical Codes.
Instructor: Dirks
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 30.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
BIO-105-501
Introductory Biology
Course ID: BIO-105-501
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
BIO-105-502
Introductory Biology
Course ID: BIO-105-502
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
BIO-105-503
Introductory Biology
Course ID: BIO-105-503
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
BIO-105-504
Introductory Biology
Course ID: BIO-105-504
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-12/13
BIO-105-601
Introductory Biology
Course ID: BIO-105-601
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.
Instructor: Bass
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 52.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-10/18
BIO-105-801
Introductory Biology
Course ID: BIO-105-801
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/25-12/22
BIO-105-01
Introductory Biology
Course ID: BIO-105-01
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.
Instructor: Sesterhenn
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
BIO-105-02
Introductory Biology
Course ID: BIO-105-02
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.
Instructor: Todd
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
BIO-105-03
Introductory Biology
Course ID: BIO-105-03
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.
Instructor: Todd
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
BIO-105-04
Introductory Biology
Course ID: BIO-105-04
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.
Instructor: Romig
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
BIO-105-05
Introductory Biology
Course ID: BIO-105-05
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
BIO-105-06
Introductory Biology
Course ID: BIO-105-06
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.
Instructor: Sesterhenn
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
10/19-12/13
BIO-105-901
Introductory Biology
Course ID: BIO-105-901
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/24-10/18
HSC-111-801
Issues in Health and Society
Course ID: HSC-111-801
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/19-12/13
HSC-111-901
Issues in Health and Society
Course ID: HSC-111-901
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-10/20
NET-161-01
IT Essent I: PC Hard/Software
Course ID: NET-161-01
This course covers the fundamentals of computer hardware and software. Fundamentals covered include computer technology, networking, security and communication skills. This 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.
Instructor: Silbernagel
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-10/20
NET-161-02
IT Essent I: PC Hard/Software
Course ID: NET-161-02
This course covers the fundamentals of computer hardware and software. Fundamentals covered include computer technology, networking, security and communication skills. This 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.
Instructor: Silbernagel
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-10/30
NET-161-03
IT Essent I: PC Hard/Software
Course ID: NET-161-03
This course covers the fundamentals of computer hardware and software. Fundamentals covered include computer technology, networking, security and communication skills. This 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.
Instructor: McDonald
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-10/20
NET-161-701
IT Essent I: PC Hard/Software
Course ID: NET-161-701
This course covers the fundamentals of computer hardware and software. Fundamentals covered include computer technology, networking, security and communication skills. This 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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
10/26-12/22
NET-162-01
IT Essential II: Advanced
Course ID: NET-162-01
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.
Instructor: Silbernagel
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 35.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
10/26-12/22
NET-162-02
IT Essential II: Advanced
Course ID: NET-162-02
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.
Instructor: Silbernagel
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 35.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
10/27-12/22
NET-162-701
IT Essential II: Advanced
Course ID: NET-162-701
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.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 35.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
11/02-12/22
NET-162-03
IT Essential II: Advanced
Course ID: NET-162-03
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.
Instructor: Koontz
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 35.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
CIS-171-501
Java
Course ID: CIS-171-501
This is a comprehensive JAVA programming course that introduces students to object-oriented programming concepts along with the JAVA syntax to implement them. JAVA applications are introduced prior to applets, so the student has more thorough understanding of the concepts used in object-oriented programming.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
9/23-10/20
MFG-286-01
Job Planning, Benchwork, and
Course ID: MFG-286-01
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.
Instructor: Garvey
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
CRJ-201-501
Juvenile Delinquency
Course ID: CRJ-201-501
This course explains the causes of delinquency in general. The course studies the individual, family, home and social environments as real and potential contributors and causes of juvenile crime. The course also covers differences between juvenile court and adult court, as well as sentence and treatment options.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
CRJ-201-01
Juvenile Delinquency
Course ID: CRJ-201-01
This course explains the causes of delinquency in general. The course studies the individual, family, home and social environments as real and potential contributors and causes of juvenile crime. The course also covers differences between juvenile court and adult court, as well as sentence and treatment options.
Instructor: Dorn
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
CRJ-201-02
Juvenile Delinquency
Course ID: CRJ-201-02
This course explains the causes of delinquency in general. The course studies the individual, family, home and social environments as real and potential contributors and causes of juvenile crime. The course also covers differences between juvenile court and adult court, as well as sentence and treatment options.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
HCM-188-01
Knife Skills
Course ID: HCM-188-01
This course covers all aspects of knife skills. Emphasis is placed on safety and commercial use.
Instructor: Gasaway
Credits: 2.00
Course Fee: $ 590.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/25-12/22
HCM-188-02
Knife Skills
Course ID: HCM-188-02
This course covers all aspects of knife skills. Emphasis is placed on safety and commercial use.
Instructor: Gasaway
Credits: 2.00
Course Fee: $ 590.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/24-12/13
BUS-197-501
Leadership Development
Course ID: BUS-197-501
This course explores leadership styles effective in the workplace and helps participants gain insight into their naturalleadership style and implications of that style on work and group performance.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
BUS-197-01
Leadership Development
Course ID: BUS-197-01
This course explores leadership styles effective in the workplace and helps participants gain insight into their naturalleadership style and implications of that style on work and group performance.
Instructor: Mueller
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PRL-112-701
Legal Research and Writing I
Course ID: PRL-112-701
This course provides an intensive introduction to legal research tools and techniques, including retrieval of case and statutory authority, use of encyclopedias, legal periodicals, treatises and other secondary authority, proper case citation form, and the drafting of internal and external documents, letters, memoranda, and other written materials. This course will increase skills in process writing, writing fundamentals, and proofreading. Students will also develop skills in writing legal correspondence as well as analytical writing, i.e. briefing cases, legal memoranda, persuasive writing, drafting pleadings, motions, legal briefs, and drafting discovery documents.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
CIS-389-601
Level Design I
Course ID: CIS-389-601
This course introduces the art of game and level design. A combination of theory and hands-on application is used to teach the skills needed to build levels for many different types of games. The layout, look, and feel of levels are the main focus of this course.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
CIN-127-01
Live Video Production
Course ID: CIN-127-01
This course investigates studio production in varied program types such as news, events and dramas. Job skills and responsibilities of the director, technical director, floor director, camera operators and audio engineers are demonstrated. Other skills such as timing, intercom and teleprompter operation are discussed
Instructor: Mansfield
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
GRA-100-01
Mac OS
Course ID: GRA-100-01
This course is an introduction to the Apple® Macintosh operating system. Topics covered will include Mac OS interface, logging in as a user, customizing your workspace, connecting to a server, creating, naming and saving folders, burning CDs, introduction to iLife, and identifying hardware.
Credits: 1.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
MFG-542-01
Machine Design
Course ID: MFG-542-01
This course is used to prepare the student for basic machine design using common materials such as fasteners, bearings and gears. The student will have the knowledge to prepare complete and accurate mechanical drive assemblies. The design process is explored and cost estimating is introduced.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PTA-260-01
Management of Clinical Service
Course ID: PTA-260-01
This course is designed to introduce the student to the principles of management and administration of physical therapy services. Cooperative learning will focus on levels of authority and responsibility, time management, supervisory process, performance evaluations, policies and procedures, fiscal considerations, and quality assurance. Course participants will participate in service learning projects that provide opportunities for volunteerism, advocacy, and leadership. Students will also participate in professional organization activities.
Instructor: Mehlhaff
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 300.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
MGT-200-501
Managing Diversity
Course ID: MGT-200-501
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
MGT-200-502
Managing Diversity
Course ID: MGT-200-502
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
MGT-200-01
Managing Diversity
Course ID: MGT-200-01
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.
Instructor: Wilcoxon
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-10/22
MFG-206-01
Manufacturing Processes I
Course ID: MFG-206-01
This course is intended to provide basic knowledge and background covering manufacturing systems, properties and production of metals, basic machine tool elements and basic machining processes. An understanding of safety when working with machine operations will be emphasized.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 30.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
SOC-120-501
Marriage and Family
Course ID: SOC-120-501
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 and the WITCC Addictions Counseling Associate of Arts degree.
Instructor: Moravek
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
SOC-120-502
Marriage and Family
Course ID: SOC-120-502
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 and the WITCC Addictions Counseling Associate of Arts degree.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-10/18
SOC-120-801
Marriage and Family
Course ID: SOC-120-801
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 and the WITCC Addictions Counseling Associate of Arts degree.
Instructor: Moravek
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
SOC-120-40
Marriage and Family
Course ID: SOC-120-40
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 and the WITCC Addictions Counseling Associate of Arts degree.
Instructor: Christiansen
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
SOC-120-30
Marriage and Family
Course ID: SOC-120-30
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 and the WITCC Addictions Counseling Associate of Arts degree.
Instructor: Christiansen
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
SOC-120-01
Marriage and Family
Course ID: SOC-120-01
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 and the WITCC Addictions Counseling Associate of Arts degree.
Instructor: Christiansen
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
9/21-12/13
SOC-120-551
Marriage and Family
Course ID: SOC-120-551
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 and the WITCC Addictions Counseling Associate of Arts degree.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/19-12/13
SOC-120-901
Marriage and Family
Course ID: SOC-120-901
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 and the WITCC Addictions Counseling Associate of Arts degree.
Instructor: Moravek
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
MMS-101-501
Mass Media
Course ID: MMS-101-501
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
MMS-101-502
Mass Media
Course ID: MMS-101-502
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
MAT-117-501
Math for Elementary Teachers
Course ID: MAT-117-501
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.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
MAT-111-501
Math for Liberal Arts
Course ID: MAT-111-501
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.
Instructor: Knecht
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/25-12/22
MAT-111-01
Math for Liberal Arts
Course ID: MAT-111-01
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
WEL-425-40
Measuring, Layout, & Applied
Course ID: WEL-425-40
This course combines lecture and lab activities to present basic measuring and layout tools used extensively by industry, as well as application of basic symbols. It emphasizes hands-on applications, accurate measurements techniques and proper use of tools and interpretation of basic weld symbols.
Credits: 1.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
WEL-425-30
Measuring, Layout, & Applied
Course ID: WEL-425-30
This course combines lecture and lab activities to present basic measuring and layout tools used extensively by industry, as well as application of basic symbols. It emphasizes hands-on applications, accurate measurements techniques and proper use of tools and interpretation of basic weld symbols.
Credits: 1.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
WEL-425-01
Measuring, Layout, & Applied
Course ID: WEL-425-01
This course combines lecture and lab activities to present basic measuring and layout tools used extensively by industry, as well as application of basic symbols. It emphasizes hands-on applications, accurate measurements techniques and proper use of tools and interpretation of basic weld symbols.
Instructor: Stodden
Credits: 1.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
WEL-425-03
Measuring, Layout, & Applied
Course ID: WEL-425-03
This course combines lecture and lab activities to present basic measuring and layout tools used extensively by industry, as well as application of basic symbols. It emphasizes hands-on applications, accurate measurements techniques and proper use of tools and interpretation of basic weld symbols.
Credits: 1.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
IND-146-01
Mech Power Transmission I
Course ID: IND-146-01
This course is designed to provide skills to work on and troubleshoot industrial drive systems including clutches, brakes and industrial bearings. The importance of timely machinery lubrication will also be presented.
Instructor: Koontz
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MMS-156-01
Media Ethics
Course ID: MMS-156-01
This course introduces the student to moral concepts in media contexts. Key topics include media freedoms, consorship, privacy, standards, taste, regulation, codes of practice, and the ethics of representation.
Credits: 2.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/25-12/22
MMS-142-01
Media Literacy
Course ID: MMS-142-01
This course is designed to help students understand the history as well as the effects of media on individuals, societies and the world. Topics include the historical development of media, careers in media, media platforms, media effects and the economics of media industries.
Instructor: Jones
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MMS-142-02
Media Literacy
Course ID: MMS-142-02
This course is designed to help students understand the history as well as the effects of media on individuals, societies and the world. Topics include the historical development of media, careers in media, media platforms, media effects and the economics of media industries.
Instructor: Jones
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
CIN-104-01
Media Production and Equipment
Course ID: CIN-104-01
This course introduces the student to the basics of media production and the equipment used to perform media production for television, multimedia and the web. Basic operation of ENG, EFP, DSLR as well as non-traditional visual gathering cameras is covered. The basics of shot composition and exposure are introduced. Various types of camera support are explained and demonstrated. File management is an integral part of this course.
Instructor: Mansfield
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
CIN-104-02
Media Production and Equipment
Course ID: CIN-104-02
This course introduces the student to the basics of media production and the equipment used to perform media production for television, multimedia and the web. Basic operation of ENG, EFP, DSLR as well as non-traditional visual gathering cameras is covered. The basics of shot composition and exposure are introduced. Various types of camera support are explained and demonstrated. File management is an integral part of this course.
Instructor: Mansfield
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MAP-333-01
Medical Assisting I
Course ID: MAP-333-01
This course introduces students to the clinical aspects of the physician's practice. It emphasizes the clinical competencies required to assess the patient and assist the physician.
Instructor: Monk
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 167.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
MAP-333-02
Medical Assisting I
Course ID: MAP-333-02
This course introduces students to the clinical aspects of the physician's practice. It emphasizes the clinical competencies required to assess the patient and assist the physician.
Instructor: Monk
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 167.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
MAP-333-701
Medical Assisting I
Course ID: MAP-333-701
This course introduces students to the clinical aspects of the physician's practice. It emphasizes the clinical competencies required to assess the patient and assist the physician.
Instructor: Monk
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 167.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/24-12/13
MAP-141-501
Medical Insurance
Course ID: MAP-141-501
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
MAP-141-01
Medical Insurance
Course ID: MAP-141-01
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
MAP-402-501
Medical Law and Ethics
Course ID: MAP-402-501
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.
Credits: 2.00
Online Tuition: $ 378
8/24-12/13
HIT-313-501
Medical Office Computer App
Course ID: HIT-313-501
This course provides the medical administrative student with hands-on experience in the use of a computerized, medical office, practice management system. The student will create, retrieve and edit patient demographic and doctor and financial files, enter CPT and ICD-9-CM (procedures and diagnoses) codes, enter charges for services, post insurance reimbursement and cash payments, make adjustments and refunds on accounts, generate insurance claims forms, schedule and change appointments and run and analyze practice management reports.
Instructor: Reeves
Credits: 1.00
Online Tuition: $ 189
8/24-12/13
HSC-114-501
Medical Terminology
Course ID: HSC-114-501
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
HSC-114-601
Medical Terminology
Course ID: HSC-114-601
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
HSC-114-602
Medical Terminology
Course ID: HSC-114-602
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-10/18
HSC-114-801
Medical Terminology
Course ID: HSC-114-801
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
HSC-114-01
Medical Terminology
Course ID: HSC-114-01
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
HSC-114-02
Medical Terminology
Course ID: HSC-114-02
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.
Instructor: Mercer
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
HSC-114-03
Medical Terminology
Course ID: HSC-114-03
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.
Instructor: Monk
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
9/21-12/13
HSC-114-551
Medical Terminology
Course ID: HSC-114-551
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/19-12/13
HSC-114-901
Medical Terminology
Course ID: HSC-114-901
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
HSC-148-40
Medication Aide
Course ID: HSC-148-40
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 six months in a sponsoring facility. If employed in a long-term-care facility, have a current standing on the Iowa Direct Care Workers Registry.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
HSC-148-30
Medication Aide
Course ID: HSC-148-30
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 six months in a sponsoring facility. If employed in a long-term-care facility, have a current standing on the Iowa Direct Care Workers Registry.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
HSC-148-01
Medication Aide
Course ID: HSC-148-01
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 six months in a sponsoring facility. If employed in a long-term-care facility, have a current standing on the Iowa Direct Care Workers Registry.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
SOC-210-501
Men, Women and Society
Course ID: SOC-210-501
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.
Instructor: Deck
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
SOC-210-40
Men, Women and Society
Course ID: SOC-210-40
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.
Instructor: Jenkins
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
SOC-210-30
Men, Women and Society
Course ID: SOC-210-30
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.
Instructor: Jenkins
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
SOC-210-01
Men, Women and Society
Course ID: SOC-210-01
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.
Instructor: Jenkins
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-10/20
CRJ-139-01
Mental Health First Aid
Course ID: CRJ-139-01
This certification course presents an overview of mental illness and substance use disorders in the U.S. and introduces participants to risk factors and warning signs of mental health problems, builds understanding of their impact, and overviews common treatments. Those who take the full course to certify as Mental Health First Aiders learn a 5-step action plan encompassing the skills, resources and knowledge to help an individual in crisis connect with appropriate professional, peer, social, and self-help care. This course is NOT for those who suffer from mental health issues themselves. We, as first aiders are to give them assistance once we recognize the disorder or crisis, (although it does cover self-help, it is guided by the first responder).
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 17.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
BIO-186-01
Microbiology
Course ID: BIO-186-01
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.
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 40.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
BIO-186-02
Microbiology
Course ID: BIO-186-02
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.
Instructor: O'Neill
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 40.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
BIO-186-701
Microbiology
Course ID: BIO-186-701
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.
Instructor: O'Neill
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 40.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
BIO-186-702
Microbiology
Course ID: BIO-186-702
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.
Instructor: O'Neill
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 40.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/24-12/13
SOC-200-501
Minority Group Relations
Course ID: SOC-200-501
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
SOC-200-01
Minority Group Relations
Course ID: SOC-200-01
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.
Instructor: Moravek
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
HIS-211-501
Modern Asian History
Course ID: HIS-211-501
This course surveys the historical, geographical and economic context of the development of the Pacific Basin region: Northeast Asia (China, Japan, Korea, Russia, and the Far East), Southeast Asia (Laos, Kampuchea, Vietnam, Thailand, Myanmar, and India). Examines issues such as modernity versus traditional; the conflict between east and west, political authority and economic growth; the United States in the Pacific; and cultural differences of each individual group of people.
Instructor: Beyer
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/26-12/22
ELE-195-01
Motor Control
Course ID: ELE-195-01
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.
Instructor: McDonald
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 20.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
MUS-100-501
Music Appreciation
Course ID: MUS-100-501
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
MUS-100-502
Music Appreciation
Course ID: MUS-100-502
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
MUS-100-503
Music Appreciation
Course ID: MUS-100-503
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
MUS-100-504
Music Appreciation
Course ID: MUS-100-504
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
MUS-100-601
Music Appreciation
Course ID: MUS-100-601
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-10/18
MUS-100-801
Music Appreciation
Course ID: MUS-100-801
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
MUS-100-01
Music Appreciation
Course ID: MUS-100-01
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.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 46.75
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MUS-100-02
Music Appreciation
Course ID: MUS-100-02
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.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 46.75
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
9/21-12/13
MUS-100-551
Music Appreciation
Course ID: MUS-100-551
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/19-12/13
MUS-100-901
Music Appreciation
Course ID: MUS-100-901
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
MUS-102-501
Music Fundamentals
Course ID: MUS-102-501
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
MUS-128-01
Music Notation
Course ID: MUS-128-01
This course prepares students to write musical sentences, chords, songs, and lyrics utilizing composition software. Students orchestrate music for a variety of different instruments, as well as choral and orchestral scores. This course introduces industry standards for music publishing.
Credits: 2.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/25-12/22
MUS-115-01
Music Theory I
Course ID: MUS-115-01
The course introduces the basic materials of music, including musical notation and the basic elements of music including melody, harmony, rhythm, texture, keys, major and minor scale structures, chord construction, and composition. This class is intended for students with strong interest but limited background in music theory.
Credits: 2.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/25-12/22
MUS-115-701
Music Theory I
Course ID: MUS-115-701
The course introduces the basic materials of music, including musical notation and the basic elements of music including melody, harmony, rhythm, texture, keys, major and minor scale structures, chord construction, and composition. This class is intended for students with strong interest but limited background in music theory.
Credits: 2.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/25-12/22
MUS-117-01
Music Theory III
Course ID: MUS-117-01
The class builds upon concepts mastered in Theory I and II. Compositional skills are strengthened through study of voice leading, different types of motion, common chord progressions, chord resolutions and simple counterpoint. Students will analyze standard compositional forms of different historical periods and will utilize them in their own compositions. This class is intended for students with strong music theory background.
Credits: 2.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/24-12/13
HUM-220-501
Mythology
Course ID: HUM-220-501
Provides an understanding of the role of mythology in human history throughout the world. The relationships among myth, religion, and culture are explored.
Instructor: Lewis
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
HUM-220-40
Mythology
Course ID: HUM-220-40
Provides an understanding of the role of mythology in human history throughout the world. The relationships among myth, religion, and culture are explored.
Instructor: Polk
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
HUM-220-30
Mythology
Course ID: HUM-220-30
Provides an understanding of the role of mythology in human history throughout the world. The relationships among myth, religion, and culture are explored.
Instructor: Polk
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
HUM-220-01
Mythology
Course ID: HUM-220-01
Provides an understanding of the role of mythology in human history throughout the world. The relationships among myth, religion, and culture are explored.
Instructor: Polk
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
EMS-540-01
NSC Paramedic I
Course ID: EMS-540-01
This course informs students of the EMS provider's roles and responsibilities. Students learn the importance of personal wellness in EMS including injury and infectious disease prevention. The course also provides an overview of human systems, pharmacology, venous access, advanced airway management, patient assessment, and trauma management. 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.
Instructor: Sudrla
Credits: 13.00
Course Fee: $ 275.00
ResidentTuition: $ 2431     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 2444
9/22-10/06
HSC-174-01
Nurse Aide Clinical
Course ID: HSC-174-01
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.
Instructor: DeVries
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 185.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
10/03-10/14
HSC-174-30
Nurse Aide Clinical
Course ID: HSC-174-30
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.
Instructor: Bral
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 185.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
10/14-10/26
HSC-174-710
Nurse Aide Clinical
Course ID: HSC-174-710
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.
Instructor: Rodriguez
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 185.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
10/29-11/12
HSC-174-02
Nurse Aide Clinical
Course ID: HSC-174-02
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.
Instructor: DeVries
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 185.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
11/07-11/19
HSC-174-65
Nurse Aide Clinical
Course ID: HSC-174-65
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.
Instructor: Bral
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 185.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
12/05-12/17
HSC-174-03
Nurse Aide Clinical
Course ID: HSC-174-03
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.
Instructor: DeVries
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 185.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-10/12
HSC-173-710
Nurse Aide Theory
Course ID: HSC-173-710
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.
Instructor: Patchin
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 40.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/26-9/30
HSC-173-30
Nurse Aide Theory
Course ID: HSC-173-30
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.
Instructor: Graff
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 40.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/26-9/18
HSC-173-01
Nurse Aide Theory
Course ID: HSC-173-01
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.
Instructor: Rodriguez
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 40.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
9/22-10/27
HSC-173-02
Nurse Aide Theory
Course ID: HSC-173-02
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.
Instructor: Rodriguez
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 40.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
10/01-11/05
HSC-173-65
Nurse Aide Theory
Course ID: HSC-173-65
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.
Instructor: Bral
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 40.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
10/29-12/03
HSC-173-03
Nurse Aide Theory
Course ID: HSC-173-03
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.
Instructor: Rodriguez
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 40.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PNN-624-40
Nursing I
Course ID: PNN-624-40
A combined course that includes: classroom, lab, and clinical. Nursing I provides an overview of the nursing program at Western Iowa Tech Community College and the role of the individual as a student, introducing the student to the practical nurse's role in the health care environment. Concepts of health, illness, and environment as they relate to nursing practice are discussed. Students are introduced to the principles of communication, elements of the nursing process, and roles of caregiver, manager, and member of profession. Emphasis is placed on predictable needs of the client utilizing Gordon's Functional Health Patterns within the nursing process. Critical thinking is inherent in the nursing process and incorporated throughout the course. Prerequisites for hybrid online section: proof that all required support courses for the PN Program have been completed. Advisor permission Required.
Instructor: Flack
Credits: 9.00
Course Fee: $ 680.00
ResidentTuition: $ 1683     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 1692
8/25-12/22
PNN-624-30
Nursing I
Course ID: PNN-624-30
A combined course that includes: classroom, lab, and clinical. Nursing I provides an overview of the nursing program at Western Iowa Tech Community College and the role of the individual as a student, introducing the student to the practical nurse's role in the health care environment. Concepts of health, illness, and environment as they relate to nursing practice are discussed. Students are introduced to the principles of communication, elements of the nursing process, and roles of caregiver, manager, and member of profession. Emphasis is placed on predictable needs of the client utilizing Gordon's Functional Health Patterns within the nursing process. Critical thinking is inherent in the nursing process and incorporated throughout the course. Prerequisites for hybrid online section: proof that all required support courses for the PN Program have been completed. Advisor permission Required.
Instructor: Wimmer
Credits: 9.00
Course Fee: $ 680.00
ResidentTuition: $ 1683     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 1692
8/25-12/22
PNN-624-01
Nursing I
Course ID: PNN-624-01
A combined course that includes: classroom, lab, and clinical. Nursing I provides an overview of the nursing program at Western Iowa Tech Community College and the role of the individual as a student, introducing the student to the practical nurse's role in the health care environment. Concepts of health, illness, and environment as they relate to nursing practice are discussed. Students are introduced to the principles of communication, elements of the nursing process, and roles of caregiver, manager, and member of profession. Emphasis is placed on predictable needs of the client utilizing Gordon's Functional Health Patterns within the nursing process. Critical thinking is inherent in the nursing process and incorporated throughout the course. Prerequisites for hybrid online section: proof that all required support courses for the PN Program have been completed. Advisor permission Required.
Instructor: Torticill
Credits: 9.00
Course Fee: $ 680.00
ResidentTuition: $ 1683     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 1692
8/25-12/22
PNN-624-02
Nursing I
Course ID: PNN-624-02
A combined course that includes: classroom, lab, and clinical. Nursing I provides an overview of the nursing program at Western Iowa Tech Community College and the role of the individual as a student, introducing the student to the practical nurse's role in the health care environment. Concepts of health, illness, and environment as they relate to nursing practice are discussed. Students are introduced to the principles of communication, elements of the nursing process, and roles of caregiver, manager, and member of profession. Emphasis is placed on predictable needs of the client utilizing Gordon's Functional Health Patterns within the nursing process. Critical thinking is inherent in the nursing process and incorporated throughout the course. Prerequisites for hybrid online section: proof that all required support courses for the PN Program have been completed. Advisor permission Required.
Instructor: Neldeberg
Credits: 9.00
Course Fee: $ 680.00
ResidentTuition: $ 1683     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 1692
8/25-12/22
PNN-624-701
Nursing I
Course ID: PNN-624-701
A combined course that includes: classroom, lab, and clinical. Nursing I provides an overview of the nursing program at Western Iowa Tech Community College and the role of the individual as a student, introducing the student to the practical nurse's role in the health care environment. Concepts of health, illness, and environment as they relate to nursing practice are discussed. Students are introduced to the principles of communication, elements of the nursing process, and roles of caregiver, manager, and member of profession. Emphasis is placed on predictable needs of the client utilizing Gordon's Functional Health Patterns within the nursing process. Critical thinking is inherent in the nursing process and incorporated throughout the course. Prerequisites for hybrid online section: proof that all required support courses for the PN Program have been completed. Advisor permission Required.
Instructor: Totten
Credits: 9.00
Course Fee: $ 680.00
ResidentTuition: $ 1683     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 1692
8/25-12/22
PNN-625-30
Nursing II
Course ID: PNN-625-30
A combined course that includes: classroom, lab, clinical, and preceptorship. Nursing II prepares the student to safely manage the care of clients throughout the life span by assuming the practical nurse roles of caregiver, manager, and member of profession. Concepts of health, illness, and environment as they relate to nursing practice are discussed. Emphasis is placed on predictable needs of the client utilizing Gordon?s Functional Health Patterns within the nursing process. Critical thinking is inherent in the nursing process and incorporated throughout the course. Clinical preceptorship provides an opportunity for students to mentor with a licensed practical nurse (LPN). Students will practice clinical and leadership skills necessary to successfully transition into the role of an entry-level LPN. Focus is placed on the enhancement of leadership and collaboration skills, organization, supervision, delegation, prioritization, and management of multiple clients in a long term care setting. Advisor permission required.
Instructor: Keinath
Credits: 9.00
Course Fee: $ 638.00
ResidentTuition: $ 1683     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 1692
8/25-12/22
PNN-625-01
Nursing II
Course ID: PNN-625-01
A combined course that includes: classroom, lab, clinical, and preceptorship. Nursing II prepares the student to safely manage the care of clients throughout the life span by assuming the practical nurse roles of caregiver, manager, and member of profession. Concepts of health, illness, and environment as they relate to nursing practice are discussed. Emphasis is placed on predictable needs of the client utilizing Gordon?s Functional Health Patterns within the nursing process. Critical thinking is inherent in the nursing process and incorporated throughout the course. Clinical preceptorship provides an opportunity for students to mentor with a licensed practical nurse (LPN). Students will practice clinical and leadership skills necessary to successfully transition into the role of an entry-level LPN. Focus is placed on the enhancement of leadership and collaboration skills, organization, supervision, delegation, prioritization, and management of multiple clients in a long term care setting. Advisor permission required.
Credits: 9.00
Course Fee: $ 638.00
ResidentTuition: $ 1683     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 1692
8/25-12/22
PNN-625-02
Nursing II
Course ID: PNN-625-02
A combined course that includes: classroom, lab, clinical, and preceptorship. Nursing II prepares the student to safely manage the care of clients throughout the life span by assuming the practical nurse roles of caregiver, manager, and member of profession. Concepts of health, illness, and environment as they relate to nursing practice are discussed. Emphasis is placed on predictable needs of the client utilizing Gordon?s Functional Health Patterns within the nursing process. Critical thinking is inherent in the nursing process and incorporated throughout the course. Clinical preceptorship provides an opportunity for students to mentor with a licensed practical nurse (LPN). Students will practice clinical and leadership skills necessary to successfully transition into the role of an entry-level LPN. Focus is placed on the enhancement of leadership and collaboration skills, organization, supervision, delegation, prioritization, and management of multiple clients in a long term care setting. Advisor permission required.
Credits: 9.00
Course Fee: $ 638.00
ResidentTuition: $ 1683     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 1692
8/25-12/22
ADN-621-30
Nursing III
Course ID: ADN-621-30
A combined course that includes: classroom, lab, and clinical. Nursing III prepares the student to safely manage the care of clients throughout the lifespan and prepares the student for the role of caregiver, manager, and member of profession from the level of the practical nurse to the registered nurse. Concepts of health, illness, and environment as they relate to nursing practice are discussed. Emphasis is placed on predictable and variable needs of the client utilizing Gordon's Functional Health Patterns within the nursing process. Critical thinking is inherent in the nursing process and incorporated throughout the course. Completion of WITCC Practical Nursing Program or valid LPN license, and 6 to 8 hours of anatomy and physiology required. Prerequisites for the hybrid online section: valid LPN license and 6-8 hours of anatomy and physiology, proof that all required support courses. Advisor permission required.
Instructor: Kastner
Credits: 9.00
Course Fee: $ 680.00
ResidentTuition: $ 1683     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 1692
8/25-12/22
ADN-621-01
Nursing III
Course ID: ADN-621-01
A combined course that includes: classroom, lab, and clinical. Nursing III prepares the student to safely manage the care of clients throughout the lifespan and prepares the student for the role of caregiver, manager, and member of profession from the level of the practical nurse to the registered nurse. Concepts of health, illness, and environment as they relate to nursing practice are discussed. Emphasis is placed on predictable and variable needs of the client utilizing Gordon's Functional Health Patterns within the nursing process. Critical thinking is inherent in the nursing process and incorporated throughout the course. Completion of WITCC Practical Nursing Program or valid LPN license, and 6 to 8 hours of anatomy and physiology required. Prerequisites for the hybrid online section: valid LPN license and 6-8 hours of anatomy and physiology, proof that all required support courses. Advisor permission required.
Instructor: Thompson
Credits: 9.00
Course Fee: $ 680.00
ResidentTuition: $ 1683     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 1692
8/25-12/22
ADN-621-02
Nursing III
Course ID: ADN-621-02
A combined course that includes: classroom, lab, and clinical. Nursing III prepares the student to safely manage the care of clients throughout the lifespan and prepares the student for the role of caregiver, manager, and member of profession from the level of the practical nurse to the registered nurse. Concepts of health, illness, and environment as they relate to nursing practice are discussed. Emphasis is placed on predictable and variable needs of the client utilizing Gordon's Functional Health Patterns within the nursing process. Critical thinking is inherent in the nursing process and incorporated throughout the course. Completion of WITCC Practical Nursing Program or valid LPN license, and 6 to 8 hours of anatomy and physiology required. Prerequisites for the hybrid online section: valid LPN license and 6-8 hours of anatomy and physiology, proof that all required support courses. Advisor permission required.
Instructor: Norton
Credits: 9.00
Course Fee: $ 680.00
ResidentTuition: $ 1683     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 1692
8/25-12/22
ADN-621-701
Nursing III
Course ID: ADN-621-701
A combined course that includes: classroom, lab, and clinical. Nursing III prepares the student to safely manage the care of clients throughout the lifespan and prepares the student for the role of caregiver, manager, and member of profession from the level of the practical nurse to the registered nurse. Concepts of health, illness, and environment as they relate to nursing practice are discussed. Emphasis is placed on predictable and variable needs of the client utilizing Gordon's Functional Health Patterns within the nursing process. Critical thinking is inherent in the nursing process and incorporated throughout the course. Completion of WITCC Practical Nursing Program or valid LPN license, and 6 to 8 hours of anatomy and physiology required. Prerequisites for the hybrid online section: valid LPN license and 6-8 hours of anatomy and physiology, proof that all required support courses. Advisor permission required.
Instructor: Hannah
Credits: 9.00
Course Fee: $ 680.00
ResidentTuition: $ 1683     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 1692
8/25-12/22
ADN-621-702
Nursing III
Course ID: ADN-621-702
A combined course that includes: classroom, lab, and clinical. Nursing III prepares the student to safely manage the care of clients throughout the lifespan and prepares the student for the role of caregiver, manager, and member of profession from the level of the practical nurse to the registered nurse. Concepts of health, illness, and environment as they relate to nursing practice are discussed. Emphasis is placed on predictable and variable needs of the client utilizing Gordon's Functional Health Patterns within the nursing process. Critical thinking is inherent in the nursing process and incorporated throughout the course. Completion of WITCC Practical Nursing Program or valid LPN license, and 6 to 8 hours of anatomy and physiology required. Prerequisites for the hybrid online section: valid LPN license and 6-8 hours of anatomy and physiology, proof that all required support courses. Advisor permission required.
Credits: 9.00
Course Fee: $ 680.00
ResidentTuition: $ 1683     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 1692
8/25-12/22
ADN-622-01
Nursing IV
Course ID: ADN-622-01
A combined course that includes: classroom, lab, clinical, and preceptorship. Nursing IV prepares the student to safely manage the care of clients throughout the lifespan and prepares the student to assume the registered nurse (RN) roles of caregiver, manager, and member of profession. Concepts of health, illness, and environment as they relate to nursing practice are discussed. Emphasis is placed on the predictable and variable needs of the client utilizing Gordon's Functional Health Patterns within the nursing process. Critical thinking is inherent in the nursing process and is incorporated throughout the course. Clinical preceptorship provides an opportunity for students to mentor with a RN. Students will practice clinical and leadership skills necessary to successfully transition into the role of an entry-level RN. Focus is placed on the enhancement of leadership and collaboration skills, organization, supervision, delegation, prioritization, and management of multiple clients in an acute care setting. Valid LPN license and advisor permission required.
Credits: 9.00
Course Fee: $ 638.00
ResidentTuition: $ 1683     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 1692
8/25-12/22
ADN-622-02
Nursing IV
Course ID: ADN-622-02
A combined course that includes: classroom, lab, clinical, and preceptorship. Nursing IV prepares the student to safely manage the care of clients throughout the lifespan and prepares the student to assume the registered nurse (RN) roles of caregiver, manager, and member of profession. Concepts of health, illness, and environment as they relate to nursing practice are discussed. Emphasis is placed on the predictable and variable needs of the client utilizing Gordon's Functional Health Patterns within the nursing process. Critical thinking is inherent in the nursing process and is incorporated throughout the course. Clinical preceptorship provides an opportunity for students to mentor with a RN. Students will practice clinical and leadership skills necessary to successfully transition into the role of an entry-level RN. Focus is placed on the enhancement of leadership and collaboration skills, organization, supervision, delegation, prioritization, and management of multiple clients in an acute care setting. Valid LPN license and advisor permission required.
Instructor: Sencenbaugh
Credits: 9.00
Course Fee: $ 638.00
ResidentTuition: $ 1683     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 1692
8/24-12/13
BIO-151-501
Nutrition
Course ID: BIO-151-501
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
BIO-151-502
Nutrition
Course ID: BIO-151-502
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.
Instructor: Romig
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
BIO-151-503
Nutrition
Course ID: BIO-151-503
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
BIO-151-504
Nutrition
Course ID: BIO-151-504
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
BIO-151-601
Nutrition
Course ID: BIO-151-601
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.
Instructor: O'Neill
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
BIO-151-602
Nutrition
Course ID: BIO-151-602
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.
Instructor: Volk
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-10/18
BIO-151-801
Nutrition
Course ID: BIO-151-801
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-10/18
BIO-151-802
Nutrition
Course ID: BIO-151-802
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
BIO-151-740
Nutrition
Course ID: BIO-151-740
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.
Instructor: O'Neill
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
BIO-151-730
Nutrition
Course ID: BIO-151-730
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.
Instructor: O'Neill
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
BIO-151-01
Nutrition
Course ID: BIO-151-01
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.
Instructor: McDonald
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
BIO-151-701
Nutrition
Course ID: BIO-151-701
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.
Instructor: O'Neill
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
9/21-12/13
BIO-151-551
Nutrition
Course ID: BIO-151-551
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.
Instructor: Romig
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/19-12/13
BIO-151-901
Nutrition
Course ID: BIO-151-901
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
10/19-12/13
BIO-151-902
Nutrition
Course ID: BIO-151-902
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
ECE-246-601
Observation and Assessment
Course ID: ECE-246-601
This course focuses on using observational techniques for assessment and guidance purposes. Students learn to consider children's diverse culture, language and abilities when using assessment measures. Students are required to have a current background check on file before the first class meeting. Program Coordinator permission required.
Instructor: Braun
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 20.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/25-12/22
NET-624-01
Offensive Security I
Course ID: NET-624-01
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, port scanning, enumeration, and cryptography. The course incorporates a lab component in which students practice skills designed to secure network connections and prevent attacks.
Instructor: Witt
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
ADM-131-501
Office Calculators
Course ID: ADM-131-501
This course teaches students how to use the numeric keypad with speed and accuracy using industry standards for data entry. Attaining proficiency on three employment tests used by three large interstate corporations helps the student meet employment standards.
Instructor: Hanson
Credits: 1.00
Online Tuition: $ 189
8/24-12/13
ADM-162-501
Office Procedures
Course ID: ADM-162-501
This course familiarizes the student with the many dimensions of the professional secretary's position in a modern day office, such as personal traits, telephone skills, communication processing capabilities, office supplies and equipment, and material utilization. The specific job skills introduced are utilization of business resources, making travel arrangements, arranging meetings and conferences and performing banking responsibilities. The student will be equipped to handle these functions in a modern day office, and will refine skills associate with communication effectively in the office.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
ADM-162-01
Office Procedures
Course ID: ADM-162-01
This course familiarizes the student with the many dimensions of the professional secretary's position in a modern day office, such as personal traits, telephone skills, communication processing capabilities, office supplies and equipment, and material utilization. The specific job skills introduced are utilization of business resources, making travel arrangements, arranging meetings and conferences and performing banking responsibilities. The student will be equipped to handle these functions in a modern day office, and will refine skills associate with communication effectively in the office.
Instructor: Flanigan
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
MGT-938-01
On-The-Job Training
Course ID: MGT-938-01
This course provides on-the-job experience and practical application of the competencies learned in program coursework. It involves a coordinated effort among the student, WITCC faculty member, and a work supervisor in a business for experiential activities. Prerequisites: Permission of instructor, 2.0 cumulative GPA and a C (2.0) or better in core courses as defined by the program advisor.
Instructor: Mueller
Credits: 2.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/25-12/22
MGT-938-02
On-The-Job Training
Course ID: MGT-938-02
This course provides on-the-job experience and practical application of the competencies learned in program coursework. It involves a coordinated effort among the student, WITCC faculty member, and a work supervisor in a business for experiential activities. Prerequisites: Permission of instructor, 2.0 cumulative GPA and a C (2.0) or better in core courses as defined by the program advisor.
Instructor: McCune
Credits: 2.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/25-12/22
MGT-938-03
On-The-Job Training
Course ID: MGT-938-03
This course provides on-the-job experience and practical application of the competencies learned in program coursework. It involves a coordinated effort among the student, WITCC faculty member, and a work supervisor in a business for experiential activities. Prerequisites: Permission of instructor, 2.0 cumulative GPA and a C (2.0) or better in core courses as defined by the program advisor.
Instructor: Mueller
Credits: 2.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/25-12/22
CHM-261-01
Organic Chemistry I
Course ID: CHM-261-01
This course covers the theory and practice of organic chemistry with an emphasis on the chemistry of functional groups. Topics include nomenclature, stereoisomerism, chemical bonding, reaction mechanisms, the characterization of hydrocarbons, alkyl halides and alcohols. Laboratory work stresses development of appropriate organic chemistry separation, isolation and synthetic techniques.
Instructor: Bryan
Credits: 4.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 748     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 752
8/25-12/22
WEL-120-40
Oxy Fuel Welding and Cutting
Course ID: WEL-120-40
In this course students will learn the fundamentals of oxy/fuel welding including the safe operation, proper setup, and welding and metal cutting skills. Topics include fusion welding and brazing on light gauge metals, as well as cutting on heavy and light gauge metals.
Credits: 2.00
Course Fee: $ 80.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/25-12/22
WEL-120-30
Oxy Fuel Welding and Cutting
Course ID: WEL-120-30
In this course students will learn the fundamentals of oxy/fuel welding including the safe operation, proper setup, and welding and metal cutting skills. Topics include fusion welding and brazing on light gauge metals, as well as cutting on heavy and light gauge metals.
Credits: 2.00
Course Fee: $ 80.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/25-12/22
WEL-120-01
Oxy Fuel Welding and Cutting
Course ID: WEL-120-01
In this course students will learn the fundamentals of oxy/fuel welding including the safe operation, proper setup, and welding and metal cutting skills. Topics include fusion welding and brazing on light gauge metals, as well as cutting on heavy and light gauge metals.
Credits: 2.00
Course Fee: $ 80.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/25-12/22
WEL-120-03
Oxy Fuel Welding and Cutting
Course ID: WEL-120-03
In this course students will learn the fundamentals of oxy/fuel welding including the safe operation, proper setup, and welding and metal cutting skills. Topics include fusion welding and brazing on light gauge metals, as well as cutting on heavy and light gauge metals.
Credits: 2.00
Course Fee: $ 80.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/25-12/22
WEL-120-04
Oxy Fuel Welding and Cutting
Course ID: WEL-120-04
In this course students will learn the fundamentals of oxy/fuel welding including the safe operation, proper setup, and welding and metal cutting skills. Topics include fusion welding and brazing on light gauge metals, as well as cutting on heavy and light gauge metals.
Credits: 2.00
Course Fee: $ 80.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/25-12/22
ART-143-01
Painting
Course ID: ART-143-01
This is a combined lecture and lab course. A foundation course in studio painting, it employs contemporary styles, techniques and materials in various media.
Instructor: Whitlock
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 35.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
ART-144-02
Painting II
Course ID: ART-144-02
This is a combined lecture and lab course. It is a continuation of ART 143 with emphasis on material, composition and color.
Instructor: Whitlock
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 35.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PRL-932-01
Paralegal Internship
Course ID: PRL-932-01
This second year Capstone course integrates the application of all course work in the paralegal program. Students use critical thinking and analytical skills developed throughout the program to analyze facts, synthesize information and perform legal work under the direction and supervision of an attorney (or supervisor) and faculty advisor. Students may assist in preparing exhibits and evidence, obtaining information from clients, preparing for pretrial conferences or case settlement meetings, drafting contracts or other agreements, performing legal research and creating internal and external legal memoranda. Prerequisite: Successful completion of required program courses for first and second year and instructor's consent, 2.0 cumulative GPA and a C (2.0) or better in core courses as defined by the program advisor.
Instructor: Flanigan
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
ACC-161-501
Payroll Accounting
Course ID: ACC-161-501
This course presents the payroll accounting methods for computing wages and salaries, calculating deductions, journalizing payroll entries, and preparing federal and state government reports. It emphasizes the timeliness and standard procedures of payroll data reporting required of employers.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
BIR-210-01
Percussion Instrument Repair
Course ID: BIR-210-01
This lecture course covers repairs to percussion instruments. Construction materials, mechanical function, and replacement of component parts are emphasized.
Instructor: VanTol
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/24-12/13
FIN-121-501
Personal Finance
Course ID: FIN-121-501
This course is an overview of personal financial planning with emphasis in the areas of personal money management, budgeting, taxes, investments, and risk. This course also covers the process of buying/leasing autos, and purchasing a home. Students are introduced to issues relating to credit management and insurance products as well.
Instructor: McCune
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
FIN-121-502
Personal Finance
Course ID: FIN-121-502
This course is an overview of personal financial planning with emphasis in the areas of personal money management, budgeting, taxes, investments, and risk. This course also covers the process of buying/leasing autos, and purchasing a home. Students are introduced to issues relating to credit management and insurance products as well.
Instructor: McCune
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/24-12/13
FIN-121-503
Personal Finance
Course ID: FIN-121-503
This course is an overview of personal financial planning with emphasis in the areas of personal money management, budgeting, taxes, investments, and risk. This course also covers the process of buying/leasing autos, and purchasing a home. Students are introduced to issues relating to credit management and insurance products as well.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
FIN-121-01
Personal Finance
Course ID: FIN-121-01
This course is an overview of personal financial planning with emphasis in the areas of personal money management, budgeting, taxes, investments, and risk. This course also covers the process of buying/leasing autos, and purchasing a home. Students are introduced to issues relating to credit management and insurance products as well.
Instructor: McCune
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
HSC-143-501
Pharmacology
Course ID: HSC-143-501
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.
Credits: 3.00
Online Tuition: $ 567
8/25-12/22
HSC-143-01
Pharmacology
Course ID: HSC-143-01
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.
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PHR-135-01
Pharmacy Calculations and Comp
Course ID: PHR-135-01
This course will include reading, interpreting, and solving calculation problems encountered in the preparation and distribution of medications. Specific compounding topics include medication and parenteral administration; facilities, equipment, and supplies utilized in admixture preparation; techniques utilized in parenteral product compounding; introduction to parenteral medication incompatibilities and quality assurance.
Instructor: Williams
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 80.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/24-12/13
PHR-140-501
Pharmacy Law
Course ID: PHR-140-501
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.
Instructor: Williams
Credits: 1.00
Online Tuition: $ 189
8/25-12/22
PHR-941-01
Pharmacy Technician Practicum
Course ID: PHR-941-01
This course provides the student with the opportunity to learn the clinical skills required to function as a Pharmacy Technician. Students will also have the opportunity to demonstrate clinical applications of skills and to assume the role of the Pharmacy Technician. They will then apply and practice these skills in the institutional and/or retail pharmacy setting under the direct supervision of a pharmacist.
Instructor: Williams
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 55.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
ART-184-01
Photography
Course ID: ART-184-01
This course combines lecture and lab activities which introduce students to black and white photography, its history and its growth as a fine art medium. Students develop the skills necessary for basic camera, studio and darkroom applications. No previous experience is required. A 35mm single-lens Reflex camera is required.
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 100.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PHT-947-01
Photography Practicum
Course ID: PHT-947-01
This course is designed to allow the student to work, generally on campus, in a faculty supervised activity with well-defined expectations, activities and outcomes, applying the knowledge and skills from prior learning. This will be a coordinated effort between the student, faculty member(s), and the work supervisor involving evaluations and assessment. This course may be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Instructor consent required.
Credits: 1.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
CRJ-257-01
Phys Fitness & Conditioning
Course ID: CRJ-257-01
This rigorous course builds on prior fitness knowledge as well as physical conditioning. A fitness exam is conducted and an advanced personal exercise and nutrition program is developed to meet each student's needs. Students' fitness levels are monitored throughout the course.
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 10.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
CRJ-257-02
Phys Fitness & Conditioning
Course ID: CRJ-257-02
This rigorous course builds on prior fitness knowledge as well as physical conditioning. A fitness exam is conducted and an advanced personal exercise and nutrition program is developed to meet each student's needs. Students' fitness levels are monitored throughout the course.
Credits: 1.00
Course Fee: $ 10.00
ResidentTuition: $ 187     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 188
8/25-12/22
PTA-189-01
Physical Agents
Course ID: PTA-189-01
This course is a study of biophysical principles, assessment and application of therapeutic physical agents. Also included are related topics including biofeedback, massage, traction, compression, hydrotherapy, wound care, and lymphedema care.
Instructor: Heilman
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 45.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
PTA-270-01
Physical Therapy Science II
Course ID: PTA-270-01
This course combines lecture and lab activities to provide the physical therapist assistant student a progression of Physical Therapy Science I in the specialized areas of neurological rehabilitation, pediatrics, orthotics/prosthetics, cardiopulmonary, wellness, work conditioning, burns, women's health, geriatrics, and professional literature.
Instructor: Heilman
Credits: 5.00
Course Fee: $ 62.00
ResidentTuition: $ 935     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 940
8/24-12/13
BIO-125-501
Plant Biology
Course ID: BIO-125-501
This course is a semester long survey of Plant Biology. The course will include topics on plant cells, tissues, roots, stems, leaves, flowers, fruits, seeds, metabolism, growth, development, genetics, reproduction, evolution, ecology, and will include a survey of bryophytes, seedless vascular plants, gymnosperms and angiosperms and their impact on civilization.
Credits: 4.00
Online Tuition: $ 756
8/25-12/22
ELT-230-01
PLC Applications
Course ID: ELT-230-01
This course introduces students to advanced PLC programming techniques. Students will have the opportunity to connect and program the PLC for a variety of simulated applications.
Instructor: McDonald
Credits: 3.00
Course Fee: $ 15.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
EGT-410-01
PLTW Principles of Eng
Course ID: EGT-410-01
This course will assist students with an understanding of the field of engineering and engineering technology. By exploring various technology systems and manufacturing processes, students learn how engineers and technicians use math, science, and technology. Drafting and design are primary aspects of the course. The course also includes concerns about social and political consequences of technological change.
Instructor: Garvey
Credits: 3.00
ResidentTuition: $ 561     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 564
8/25-12/22
CRJ-144-01
Police Photography
Course ID: CRJ-144-01
This course is designed for the second year Police Science student. The course is essentially a study of photography, one of the most important and universally accepted methods of collecting and maintaining crime scene evidence and criminal records. The course includes taking, developing and printing photographs for evidence, records, court proceedings and identification (mugging).
Instructor: Powell
Credits: 2.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/25-12/22
CRJ-144-02
Police Photography
Course ID: CRJ-144-02
This course is designed for the second year Police Science student. The course is essentially a study of photography, one of the most important and universally accepted methods of collecting and maintaining crime scene evidence and criminal records. The course includes taking, developing and printing photographs for evidence, records, court proceedings and identification (mugging).
Instructor: Powell
Credits: 2.00
Course Fee: $ 25.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/25-12/22
CRJ-280-01
Police Science Practicum I
Course ID: CRJ-280-01
This course provides the student with instruction and practical applications in the areas of securing arrested persons, handcuffing procedures, and use of force in regard to arrest. The student is required to have knowledge of the police shotgun and demonstrate competency in its operation. During the course the student prepares letters of introduction and inquiry and becomes involved in a mock oral board interview.
Instructor: Powell
Credits: 2.00
Course Fee: $ 13.00
ResidentTuition: $ 374     Non-ResidentTuition: $ 376
8/24-12/13
ECE-112-501
Portfolio Development I
Course ID: ECE-112-501
This course guides student