Summer 2005 Credit Class Offerings


ART

ART 231 Drawing, 3 cr. – A studio experience with supporting slides, lectures, and occasional films. Further exploration of different ways of seeing and drawing to become more visually literate. Presents basic drawing techniques and materials. Employs conceptual references for critical analysis of visual forms, along with basic theories of art within the historical context. May be taken three times for credit.  Students responsible for additional supplies.  Lab fee: $21 NON-REFUNDABLE

1000676    M W     6:00-9:50pm       8 wks   TDC Rm 4.130    Stewart

 

ART 253 Ceramics I, 3 cr. – Presents all aspects of introductory clay processes: development of ideas, care and preparation of clay, skills and understanding related to clay work on and off the potter’s wheel, glazes and firing procedures. May be taken three times for credit.  Lab fee: $36 NON-REFUNDABLE

1000678    T R       8:00-11:50am     8 wks   TDC Rm 4.130   Hoffman

1000899    T R       1:00-4:50pm       8 wks   TDC Rm 4.130   Hoffman

 

ART 256 Ceramics II, 3 cr. – Prerequisite: Three terms of ART 253.  Allows further exploration in all aspects of clay processes: development of ideas, care and preparation of clay, skills and understanding related to clay work on and off the potter’s wheel, glazes and firing procedures (including salt, raku, and wood).  May be taken three times for credit.  Lab fee: $36 NON-REFUNDABLE

1000691    T R       8:00-11:50am     8 wks   TDC Rm 4.130   Hoffman

1000900    T R       1:00-4:50pm       8 wks   TDC Rm 4.130   Hoffman

 

ART 281 Painting II, 3 cr. – A studio experience with supporting slides, lectures, and occasional films. Explores different ways of seeing and painting to become more visually literate. Examines basic painting techniques and materials. Presents the conceptual framework for critical analysis, along with basic theories of art in the historical context.  May be taken three times for credit.  Students are responsible for additional supplies.

1000675    M W     6:00-9:50pm       8 wks   TDC Rm 4.130    Stewart

 

ART 293 Sculpture (Ceramics), 3 cr. – Studio experience exploring sculptural form, processes, techniques, and concepts while addressing historical and contemporary issues. Uses a variety of materials and techniques to develop and encourage creative problem solving. Critiques, discussions, and sculpture presentations establish critical skills necessary to evaluate sculpture, explore artistic intent, examine aesthetic and structural solutions, and expand perceptual awareness. Includes demonstrations, slides, lectures and occasional films. May include field trips. May be taken three times for credit.  Lab fee: $36 NON-REFUNDABLE

1000761    T R       8:00-11:50am     8 wks   TDC Rm 4.130   Hoffman

1000901    T R       1:00-4:50pm       8 wks   TDC Rm 4.130   Hoffman

 

ART 293 Sculpture (Soapstone or Wood), 3 cr. – Studio experience exploring sculptural form, processes, techniques, and concepts while addressing historical and contemporary issues. Uses a variety of materials and techniques to develop and encourage creative problem solving. Critiques, discussions, and sculpture presentations establish critical skills necessary to evaluate sculpture, explore artistic intent, examine aesthetic and structural solutions, and expand perceptual awareness. Includes demonstrations, slides, lectures and occasional films. May include field trips. May be taken three times for credit. Lab fee: $21 NONREFUNDABLE. Additional fee for soapstone ($1.10/lb) will be assessed at first class.

1000677    M W     6:00-9:50pm       8 wks   TDC Rm 4.130    Stewart

 

BIOLOGY

BI 101 Biology 4 cr. – Prerequisite: College-level reading. Laboratory science course designed for non-biology majors. Registration also required for one of the labs listed below. Introduces the properties of life, morphology and physiology of cells, cell chemistry, energy transformation, and basic principles of ecology.  Lab fee: $15

1000771    W         5:00-8:50pm       8 wks  TDC Rm 1.454   El Ebiary

 

BI 101 Biology Lab

1000920    R          1:00-4:50pm       8 wks   TDC Rm 1.435   El Ebiary

 

BI 199 Ecology Field Trip: Mt Hood/Columbia Gorge, 1 cr. (7/25-7/31) – Field trip experience designed to introduce the relationship among vegetation, animals, and hydrologic connectivity of Mt. Hood and the Columbia River.  Required meetings 5:00-6:30pm, on Monday, 7/25 (Orientation & introduction), Wednesday, 7/27 (Intro to Hydrology), Friday, 7/29 (River Continuum Concept & preparation for field trip.)  Field trip on 7/30-31, 8:00am-6:00pm.  Registration required by Friday, June 24.  Students provide their own transportation on field trips (carpooling arranged at orientation).  Students will need to bring lunch and water on field trip.  Three additional hours TBA at orientation.

BI199-01   See above                       1 wk     HRC Rm 307A     Vaivoda

 

BI 233 Human Anatomy & Physiology III, 4 cr. – Prerequisite: BI 232 with a “C” or better.  Third term of a three term sequence. Courses may not be taken out of sequence. Registration also required for one of the labs listed below.  Covers digestive, respiratory, urinary and reproductive systems; metabolism fluid and electrolyte balance; embryology and genetics. Lecture discussions will be complemented by laboratories involving microscopy, animal dissection, physiological exercises and computer work such as CD-ROM-based exercises.  Lab fee: $15

1000720    T R       8:30-10:20am     8 wks   TDC Rm 1.454      Sparks

 

BI 233 Human A & P Labs

1000721    T          10:30a-2:20p      8 wks   TDC Rm 1.435      Sparks

1000722    R          10:30a-2:20p      8 wks   TDC Rm 1.440      Sparks

 

BI 234 Microbiology, 5 cr. – Prerequisite: BI 101; ASSET scores: Reading 45 and writing 45; or completion of WR 115 with a “C” or better.  Registration also required for the lab listed below. Covers bacterial identification, morphology, metabolism and genetics; bacterial, viral, and parasitic relationships with human health and disease; and basic immunology. Laboratory stresses aseptic technique, bacterial identification and physiology using a variety of media, culturing techniques, and straining techniques.  Lab fee: $15

1000699    W         10:00a-3:50p      8 wks   TDC Rm 1.454   El Ebiary

 

BI 234 Microbiology Lab

1000700    R          8:00-11:50am     8 wks   TDC Rm 1.435   El Ebiary

 

BI 234 Microbiology, 5 cr. – Prerequisite: BI 101; ASSET scores: Reading 45 and writing 45; or completion of WR 115 with a “C” or better.  Registration also required for the lab listed below. Covers bacterial identification, morphology, metabolism and genetics; bacterial, viral, and parasitic relationships with human health and disease; and basic immunology. Laboratory stresses aseptic technique, bacterial identification and physiology using a variety of media, culturing techniques, and straining techniques.  Lab fee: $15

1000723    M W     3:00-5:45pm       8 wks   TDC Rm 1.354    Stevens

 

BI 234 Microbiology Lab

1000724    M W     6:30-8:20pm       8 wks   TDC Rm 1.435    Stevens

 

BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

BA 95 Introduction to Accounting, 3 cr. – This course is a prerequisite for, not a substitute for, BA 211.  Presents double-entry accounting as related to service and merchandising business. Covers accounting cycle, including journalizing, posting to the general ledger, preparation of financial statements, petty cash, bank reconciliations, combined journal, special journals and payroll.

Hood River

1000912    M W     8:00-9:50am       8 wks   HRC Rm 317    Svendsen

 

BA 101 Intro to Business, 4 cr. – Survey course in the field of business including topics such as management, finance accounting, marketing, production, computers, international business, small business, investments and other areas of general business interest.

1000902    T R       3:45-6:20pm    8 wks   TDC Rm 1.362     Svendsen

 

CAREER GUIDANCE

CG 111A Study Skills for College Learning, 3 cr. – Recommended: College-level reading and/or writing skills as defined by placement in WR 115 or RD 116.  Provides information, techniques, strategies and skills helpful in becoming more efficient in time management, studying, listening, note-taking and taking exams. Addresses basic principles of the psychology of learning and memory as they relate to college students.

1000725    M W     12:00-1:50pm     8 wks   TDC Rm 1.236         Kane

 

CHEMISTRY

CH 106 General Chemistry, 5 cr. – HYBRID CLASS.  Taught as hybrid course – classroom meetings + on-line activities. Class will meet for labs on 6/20, 6/27, 7/11, 7/18, 7/25, & 8/8.  Students MUST log-in to class during the first week of the term.  See page 8 for on-line instructions. Prerequisite: CH 105.  Includes fundamental principles of organic chemistry and biochemical processes.   Lab fee: $15

1000726    M         10:00a-1:50p      8 wks   TDC Rm 1.440   Kovacich

 

Computer Applications
and office systems

CAS 133 Basic Computer Skills/MS Office, 3 cr. – ON-LINE COURSE.  Students MUST log-in to class during the first week of the term.  See page 8 for on-line instructions. Hands-on computer literacy course for beginners. Keyboarding by touch recommended. Includes mouse and windows basics and file management. Use word processing, spreadsheet, and database software. Introduces email and Internet basics. English communication skills necessary.  Lab fee: $35

1000742    ON-LINE COURSE            8 wks                                  Gibbs

 

Computer Science

CS 160 Exploring Computer Science, 4 cr. – Explores the field of computer science. Provides an overview of computer architecture, software development engineering, data organization, problem-solving strategies, ethics, and theory of computation. Explores career options and develops rudimentary software development skills. Recommended: Computer Literacy (such as completion of CIS 120); placement at MTH 65 and RD 115.  Lab fee: $20

Hood River

CS160-01  T R       8:00-11:50am     8 wks   HRC Rm 310        Williams

 

Computer SOFTWARE
eNGineering TEChnology

CST 109 Programming for Electronics, 4 cr. – Introduces C Programming to include computer terminology, how to read and document code, compile and test, detect and correct defects found in existing program. Students complete a variety of projects to demonstrate their mastery of the basic C programming environment. MS DOS fundamentals required.  Lab fee: $20

Hood River

1000913    M W     10:00a-2:20p      8 wks   HRC Rm 310         Adams

 

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION

ECE 130 Practicum Seminar, 2 cr. – Corequisite: ECE 133 or 134. Students wishing to register in any level of ECE practicum MUST meet with ECE advisor, Lori Ufford, to complete necessary paperwork BEFORE registering. Call 541-298-3112 to schedule an appointment.  Reviews lab experiences and observations. Focuses on the role of the teacher in carrying out a developmental philosophy of early childhood education.

Hood River

1000751    W         4:30-7:20pm       8 wks   HRC Rm 316             Berg

 

ECE 133 Practicum I, 3 cr. – Prerequisites: ECE 120 and 121. Students wishing to register in any level of ECE practicum MUST meet with ECE advisor, Lori Ufford, to complete necessary paperwork BEFORE registering. 541-298-3112 to schedule an appointment. Develops skills in working with infants/toddlers in a group setting.  Includes using developmentally appropriate methods in recognizing and providing a safe and sanitary environment; using positive guidance techniques; supporting language development, and planning a schedule and curriculum.

Hood River

1000752    TBA      TBA                      8 wks                                    Berg

 

ECE 134 Practicum II, 3 cr. – Prerequisites: ECE 120 and 121 and ECE 122 and 123.  Students wishing to register in any level of ECE practicum MUST meet with ECE advisor, Lori Ufford, to complete necessary paperwork BEFORE registering. 541-298-3112 to schedule an appointment. Develops skills in supervision of children in a group setting. Includes using developmentally appropriate methods in recognizing and providing a safe and sanitary environment; using positive guidance techniques; supporting language development; supporting and planning a schedule and curriculum.

Hood River

ECE134-01               TBA                      TBA   8 wks                                 Berg

 

ENGLISH (LITERATURE)

ENG 214 Literature of the Northwest, 3 cr. – Prerequisite: Placement into WR 121.  Studies fictional, factual, and poetic works by Northwest writers from before the arrival of Euro-Americans to the present. Emphasizes relationship between Northwest writing and Northwest social, cultural, and physical environment.

Hood River

1000914    M         6:00-9:50pm       8 wks   HRC Rm 307       Hancock

 

HEALTH EDUCATION

HPE 295 Health & Fitness for Life, 3 cr. – 4 hrs/wk activity sessions to be determined at 1st class. If unable to attend first class, student must contact instructor PRIOR to first class.  Purchase text AFTER first class. Explores the role of wellness, physical fitness, stress, nutrition and cardiovascular health in promoting an individual’s health and well being.  Fitness testing and individual exercise program planning is also included. Prior knowledge and/or skill not required.

1000679    M         9:00-11:50am  8 wks  TDC Rm 1.333   Sutherland/

                                                                                                   Gonser

HISTORY

HST 101 Western Civilization: Ancient World to Early Medieval Europe, 3 cr. (6/20-6/30) – Recommended: Completion of WR 115 with a C or higher grade. Studies the ancient civilizations of Egypt, Mesopotamia, Greece and Rome. Covers development of Judeo-Christian beliefs and early Medieval Europe.

1000903    MTWR    6:00-9:50pm     2 wks   TDC Rm 1.354    Baracco

 

HST 102 Western Civilization: Medieval to Early Modern Europe, 3 cr. (7/11-7/21) – Recommended: Completion of WR 115 with a C or higher grade. Studies the High Middle Ages and early modern Europe, including the Renaissance, Reformation, Scientific Revolution and the French Revolution.

1000904    MTWR   6:00-9:50pm      2 wks   TDC Rm 1.354    Baracco

 

HST 103 Western Civilization: Modern Europe, 3 cr. (6/24-7/22) – Recommended: Completion of WR 115 with a C or higher grade. Studies history of the 19th and 20th centuries, including the Industrial Revolution, nationalism, imperialism, socialism, the Russian Revolution, Nazism, world wars and their aftermath.

1000905    F          8:00a-4:20p        4 wks   TDC Rm 1.262    Baracco

 

HST 218 Native American Indian History, 3 cr. (6/21-7/28) – Explores examples of Indian culture, general history of Indian life during the white occupation of North America and nature and effects of Native American and European American contact and conflict.

1000727    T R       9:00-11:50am     6 wks   TDC Rm 1.333         Copp

 

HST 270 History of Mexico, 3 cr. (6/21-7/28) – Surveys Mexican history from pre-Columbian to modern times. Focus on post contact history: the Spanish conquest, colonial Mexico, independence and its aftermath to contemporary times. Emphasizes social, political and cultural developments and contributions by a diversity of Mexico’s peoples.

1000906    T R       1:00-3:50pm       6 wks   TDC Rm 1.333         Copp

 

MATHEMATICS

ALC 56 Tutoring Lab, .50 cr. – Individualized study skills instruction in lab setting. Content may differ for each student.  For each half-credit, students spend a minimum of 15 hours in the tutoring center on course-related activities. Registration highly recommended for any student registering in MTH 20, MTH 60, or MTH 65. Tuition free to all students. Tutoring schedule available first week of term.  Meets in the Class Act Cafι Tutoring Annex.

1000707    TBA      TBA         8 wks         See above         Math Faculty

 

Lecture Classes

MTH 20 Basic Math (Arithmetic), 4 cr. – Prerequisite: Math placement test score above 33 or successful completion of MTH 10 or MTH 11. Reading placement test score above 31 or successful completion of RD 80 or ENNL 250. Use of fractions, decimals, percents, integer arithmetic, measurements, and geometric properties to write, manipulate, interpret and solve applications and formulas. Introduces concepts of basic statistics, charts and graphs. Concepts will be introduced numerically, graphically, and symbolically. Students communicate their results in oral and written form. Scientific calculator with fraction capabilities required.

1000732    T R       9:00-11:50am     8 wks   TDC Rm 1.337        Byers

 

MTH 60 Introductory Algebra-1st Term, 4 cr. – Prerequisite: MTH 20. Registration for ALC 56 strongly recommended for any student registering in this class.  Use applications, formulas, and reasoning skills to write, manipulate, interpret, solve and graph linear equations. Concepts introduced numerically, graphically, and symbolically. Communicate results in oral and written form.

1000733    M T R   8:00-10:20am     8 wks   TDC Rm 1.262    Delaney

 

MTH 65 Introductory Algebra-2nd Term, 4 cr. – Prerequisite: MTH 60. Registration for ALC 56 strongly recommended for any student registering in this class.  Use applications, formulas, and reasoning skills to write, simplify, solve, and graph linear systems and quadratic equations. Concepts introduced numerically, graphically, and symbolically. Communicate results in oral and written form.

The Dalles

1000681    M T R   2:00-4:20pm       8 wks   TDC Rm 1.262    Delaney

Hood River

1000713    M T R   6:00-8:20pm       8 wks   HRC Rm 317       Delaney

 

MTH 95 Intermediate Algebra, 4 cr. – Prerequisites: MTH 65 and placement into WR 115.  TI-89 Graphing calculator required. Functions are investigated graphically, numerically, symbolically, and verbally in real world settings. Linear, quadratic and exponential functions are explored. Technology is integrated into all aspects of the course, as appropriate. Students communicate results in oral and written form.

The Dalles

1000703    M T R   12:00-2:20pm     8 wks   TDC Rm 1.361       Evans

Hood River

1000915    M T R   6:00-8:20pm       8 wks   HRC Rm 316         Sparks

 

MTH 111C College Algebra for Math, Science, & Engineering, 5 cr. – Prerequisites: MTH 95 and placement into WR 115.  TI-89 Graphing calculator required.  Relations and functions are investigated graphically, numerically, symbolically, and verbally. Exponential, logarithmic, polynomial, power, and rational functions are explored. Special topics include systems of linear and non-linear equations. Applications are investigated from science and engineering perspectives. Technology is integrated throughout the course. Communicate results in oral & written form.

1000741    M T R   3:00-5:20pm       8 wks   TDC Rm 1.361       Evans

 

MTH 243 Statistics I, 4 cr. – Prerequisites: MTH 111C and placement into WR 121. Topics include displaying data with graphs, numerical descriptions of data, producing data, elementary probability, probability distributions, and introduction to confidence intervals. Applications are investigated from science, business, and social science perspectives. Statistical software is integrated throughout the course. TI graphing calculator required, see instructor at first class meeting.

1000718    M T R   6:00-7:50pm       8 wks   TDC Rm 1.361       Evans

 

College Prep Math – Self-Paced Classes

Lab Hours:

 

The Dalles           Tuesday & Thursday 1:00 – 6:00pm

 

Hood River         Tuesday                        1:00 – 5:00pm

                              Wednesday                  8:00 – 2:00pm

                              Thursday                      3:00 – 5:00pm

                             

MTH 10C Fundamentals of Arithmetic I, 2 cr. – Prerequisite: Math placement test score above 22.  Use of whole numbers to write, manipulate, interpret, and solve applications and formulas.

The Dalles

1000728    T R         Lab Hours          8 wks   TDC Rm 1.139        Byers

Hood River

1000737    TWR      Lab Hours          8 wks   HRC Rm 307       Rawson

 

MTH 11C Fundamentals of Arithmetic II, 2 cr. – Prerequisite: Math placement test score above 22 or successful completion of MTH 10. Use of fractions and decimals to write, manipulate, interpret and solve applications and formulas.

The Dalles

1000757    T R       Lab Hours            8 wks   TDC Rm 1.139        Byers

Hood River

1000758    TWR    Lab Hours            8 wks   HRC Rm 307       Rawson

 

MTH 20B Basic Math (Arithmetic), 4 cr. – Prerequisite: Math placement test score above 33 or successful completion of MTH 10 or MTH 11. Reading placement test score above 31 or successful completion of RD 80 or ENNL 250. Use of fractions, decimals, percents, integer arithmetic, measurements, and geometric properties to write, manipulate, interpret and solve applications and formulas. Introduces concepts of basic statistics, charts and graphs. Concepts will be introduced numerically, graphically, and symbolically.

The Dalles

1000908    T R         Lab Hours          8 wks   TDC Rm 1.139        Byers

Hood River

1000916    TWR      Lab Hours          8 wks   HRC Rm 307       Rawson

HRC MTH 20 Study Group meets Tuesdays, 5:00-7:00pm.

 

MTH 21C Percentage and Statistics, 1 cr. – Ratio, proportion, percent, conversions, and word problems (calculator permitted).

The Dalles

1000909    T R         Lab Hours          8 wks   TDC Rm 1.139        Byers

Hood River

1000682    TWR      Lab Hours          8 wks   HRC Rm 307       Rawson

 

MTH 24C Pre-Algebra, 1 cr. – Prerequisite: MTH 20.  Integers and arithmetic operations, absolute value, combining like terms, evaluating expressions, one-step equations and a few two-step equations.

The Dalles

1000729    T R         Lab Hours          8 wks   TDC Rm 1.139        Byers

Hood River

1000738    TWR      Lab Hours          8 wks   HRC Rm 307       Rawson

 

MTH 25C Fractions, 1 cr. – Manipulate fractions, reducing, building, adding, subtracting, multiplying, dividing, rearranging, and finding the lowest common denominator. Includes preliminary topics of number theory such as primes, divisors, and divisibility rules.

The Dalles

1000730    T R         Lab Hours          8 wks   TDC Rm 1.139        Byers

Hood River

1000739    TWR      Lab Hours          8 wks   HRC Rm 307       Rawson

 

MTH 26C Decimals, 1 cr. – Manipulate decimals including computation, place values, and equivalents.  Recommended: knowledge and skills in whole numbers.

The Dalles

1000731    T R         Lab Hours          8 wks   TDC Rm 1.139        Byers

Hood River

1000740    TWR      Lab Hours          8 wks   HRC Rm 307       Rawson

 

MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY

MP 111 Medical Terminology, 4 cr. – CGCC ON-LINE COURSE.  Students MUST log-in to class during the first week of the term.  See page 8 for on-line instructions. Covers prefixes, suffixes, root words, abbreviations, conditions, symptoms and procedure terms. Course taught by body systems. English communication skills necessary.  Lab fee: $35

1000907    ON-LINE COURSE            8 wks                             Burkhart

 

NURSING

NUR 60 Nursing Success Strategies, 3 cr. (6/27-7/29) Prerequisite: Admission or alternate to the Nursing Program. This course introduces students to basic skills that are further developed in the nursing curriculum.  It includes an overview of the Nursing Program, math and writing for nursing, learning styles, coping strategies, workplace skills and study skills as related to the nursing curriculum.  Class will also meet on two Fridays, 7/8 & 7/29, 12-2:50pm.  Lab fee: $15

1000734    M T      12:00-2:50pm     5 wks   TDC Rm 1.464    Jepson/

                                                                                  McGuire-Sessions

                 

NUR 9420 Nursing Assistant 1, 9 cr. (6/21-7/21) – Prerequisites: Basic Skills Assessment, updated immunizations and a tuberculosis skin test.  The primary focus of this course is to prepare the student with the knowledge and skills needed to provide safe physical care to patients in long-term care facilities. Lectures on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evenings for 5 weeks. 80 clinical hours to be arranged at Hood River sites.  Application for enrollment required.  Application deadline: 6/15/05. Class schedule and application available from Student Services or on the CGCC website at www.cgcc.cc.or.us. In case of a tie when the scoring is completed, preference will first be given to veterans.  If there is still a tie, CGCC district residents will receive preference, followed by residents of Klickitat County, WA.   Lab fee: $100

1000698   T W R   9:00a-2:20p  5 wks  TDC Rm 1.453   Bolton/Garcia

                                                                                                             

PHYSICAL EDUCATION

PE 182H Adult Fitness, 1 cr. – Students use facilities at Fitness and Court Club Mon-Sat 5:45am-3:00pm, Mon-Thurs 8-10pm, Fri & Sat 7-9pm, Sunday 12-4pm. Swimming, weight training, aerobic machines & gymnasium (basketball  and  volleyball), aerobics, kickboxing & yoga classes.  Limited to 3 visits per week.  MANDATORY ORIENTATION ON Tuesday, 6/21 at 7pm OR Wednesday, 6/22 at Noon.  Exercises and activities which strengthen and condition specific large muscle groups, improve cardiovascular fitness and flexibility.  Lab fee: $75

1000714    See above  8 wks            TD Fitness & Court Club  Hansen

 

PE 182H Adult Fitness. 1 cr. – Students use facilities at  Muscle and Fitness Center Mon-Fri 5:30am-4pm and 7-9pm and Sat 6:30am-5:00pm. Students receive a personalized training program in weight training and aerobics.  Fitness classes (Spinning, Cardio Kickboxing, “AB” Lab, Yoga) are available Mon-Sat, 6-7pm. For Spinning, students may register to use an "open" bike not being used by members. Limited to 3 visits per week. MANDATORY ORIENTATION on Monday, 6/20, 8am OR Thursday, 6/23, 7pm. Exercises and activities which strengthen and condition specific large muscle groups, improve cardiovascular fitness and flexibility.  Lab fee: $70

1000704    See above  8 wks  The Muscle & Fitness Center     Aalbers

 

PROFESSIONAL SKILLS TRAINING

PST 101 Professional Skills Training, 1-16 cr. – Unique off-campus training program which provides the opportunity to develop marketable job skills in areas not normally addressed by on-going programs.  Custom-designed training tailored to individual abilities, skills and interests. Call Mike Taphouse at 541-298-3143 for more information.

1000689    TBA      TBA                      8 wks                           Taphouse

 

PSYCHOLOGY

PSY 101 Psychology and Human Relations, 3 cr. (7/6-8/10) – Focuses on practical and personal applications of psychological principles. Encourages applications of psychological principles to daily living and human interactions to areas such as work, leisure, school and relationships.

Hood River

1000917    M W     2:00-4:50pm       6 wks   HRC Rm 307           Fegel

 

PSY 203 General Psychology, 3 cr. – Recommended: Completion of WR 115 and PSY 201.  Covers health and well-being, personality theories, psychological disorders, approaches to treatment and therapy, principles of social life, and the cultural context.

Hood River

1000918    W         5:00-8:50pm       8 wks   HRC Rm 317       Krummel

 

PSY 215 Human Development, 3 cr. (7/7-8/11) – College-level skills in reading and WR 115 are required.  Designed to survey the major principles of behavior and patterns of change in people over the life span. Revolves around the areas of development in physical, intellectual, social, personality and cross cultural diversity, for infants, children, adolescents, adults, and the elderly.

1000697    M W     6:00-8:50pm       8 wks   TDC Rm 1.262        Fegel

 

PSY 216 Social Psychology, 3 cr. – Recommended: Completion of WR 115. Examines how society effects human behavior, including persuasion, conformity, aggression, conflict, and interpersonal attraction. Applications to business, politics, environment, health, the legal system and human relations.

Hood River

1000919    R          6:00-9:50pm       8 wks   HRC Rm 307          Mason

 

READING

RD 90 College Prep Reading, 3 cr. – Basic Skills Assessment required.  Preparation for college level reading.  Instruction in reading improvement through work on vocabulary development, motor skills, comprehension and some reading rate improvement.

1000716    M W     10:30a-12:20p    8 wks   TDC Rm 1.362       Towell

 

*RD 116 College Vocabulary Development, 3 cr. – Prerequisite: RD 90 or Reading placement test score above 41.  Adds significantly to the students’ reading, writing, and speaking vocabularies, fosters interest in words, and offers strategies for continuous vocabulary development throughout life.

The Dalles

1000760    T R       Lab Hours            8 wks   TDC Rm 1.139        Byers

*(Self-paced lab course.  Open hours are Tuesdays and Thursdays 1:00-6:00pm.)

Hood River

1000719    TWR    Lab Hours            8 wks   HRC Rm 307       Rawson

*(Self-paced lab course. Open hourse are Tuesdays 1:00-5:00pm, Wednesdays 8:00am-2:00pm,  Thursdays 3:00-5:00pm.)

 

SOCIOLOGY

SOC 204 General Sociology: Sociology in Everyday Life, 3 cr. (6/20-7/8) – ON-LINE COURSE. Students MUST log-in to class during the first week of the term.  See page 8 for on-line instructions. Introduces the sociological perspective and sociology as a scientific discipline. Focuses on individuals and groups and how they are shaped by their social locations (status, roles, race, class, sex, age, etc.), society’s structures, stratification, institutions, groups and organizations and by such cultural processes as socialization and group interaction.  Lab fee: $35

1000754    ON-LINE COURSE            3 wks                               Sullivan

 

SOC 205 General Sociology: Social Change & Social Institutions, 3 cr. (7/11-7/29) – ON-LINE COURSE. Students MUST log-in to class during the first week of the term.  See page 8 for on-line instructions. Explores various social institutions (family, economy, polity, and religion) from a social change perspective. Various theories of social organization and social change are compared and contrasted.  Lab fee: $35

1000755    ON-LINE COURSE            3 wks                               Sullivan

 

SOC 206 General Sociology: Social Problems, 3 cr. (8/1-8/19) – ON-LINE COURSE.  Students MUST log-in to class during the first week of the term.  See page 8 for on-line instructions. Applies the sociological frame of reference to the study of social problems, their identification, analysis of causes and possible solutions. Problems explored may include mental disorders, drug and alcohol addiction, crime and delinquency, group discrimination, inequality, poverty, alienation, domestic and international violence, environment and energy.  Lab fee: $35

1000756    ON-LINE COURSE            3 wks                               Sullivan

 

SPEECH

SP 111 Fundamentals of Speech, 3 cr. (6/24-25 & 7/8-9) –  PREREQ: WR 121.  Assignments to prepare for this class will be provided at time of registration and must be completed prior to beginning of class. Registration required by Friday, 6/17.  Prepare and present original speeches with emphasis on organization and outlining. Present informative, persuasive and other types of speeches.  NOTE: Students should bring sack lunch for Saturday sessions.  Class has only ½ hour lunch break and on-campus food service is not available on Saturdays.

1000683    F S       9:00am-5:20pm   2 wks   TDC Rm 1.354           Uto

 

WRITING

ALC 56 Tutoring Lab, .50 cr. – Individualized study skills instruction in lab setting.  Content may differ for each student.  For each half-credit, students spend a minimum of 15 hours in the tutoring center on course-related activities. Registration highly recommended for any student registering in WR 90, WR 115, or WR 121.  Tuition free to all students.  Tutoring schedule available first week of term.  Meets in the Class Act Cafι Tutoring Annex.

1000707    TBA      TBA           8 wks        See above     Writing Faculty

 

*WR 90 College Prep Writing, 3 cr. – PREREQ: Basic Skills Assessment required. Preparation for college level writing.  Instruction includes sentence structure, paragraph and essay development, and written expression. Students can expect to increase working vocabulary and improve skills in basic communications.

The Dalles

WR90-01   T R       Lab Hours            8 wks   TDC Rm 1.139        Byers

*(Self-paced lab course.  Lab hours are Tuesdays and Thursdays 1:00-6:00pm.)

 

*WR 90 College Prep Writing, 3 cr. – PREREQ: Basic Skills Assessment required. Preparation for college level writing.  Instruction includes sentence structure, paragraph and essay development, and written expression. Students can expect to increase working vocabulary and improve skills in basic communications.

Hood River

WR90-02   TWR    Lab Hours            8 wks   HRC Rm 307       Rawson

*(Self-paced lab course. Lab hours are Tuesdays 1:00-5:00pm, Wednesdays 8:00am-2:00pm, Thursdays 3:00-5:00pm. WR90 Study Group meets Thursdays 5:00-6:00pm.)

 

WR 115 Intro to Expository Writing, 3 cr. – PREREQ: Writing placement test score of 41-44 or WR 90 and Reading placement test score above 41 or RD 90.  Introduces college level skills in reading critically, exploring ideas, and writing. Students compose essays which support a thesis through structure appropriate to both thesis and reader and learn to revise for clarity and correctness.

1000705    T R       10:00-11:50am   8 wks  TDC Rm 1.351          Wild

 

WR 121 English Composition, 3 cr. – PREREQ: Writing and Reading placement test scores above 44 or WR 115.  Develops skills in analytical reading, critical thinking, and expository and persuasive writing. Students compose several essays using a variety of strategies to present evidence in support of a thesis.

The Dalles

1000684    T R       8:00-9:50pm       8 wks   TDC Rm 1.351          Wild

Hood River

1000706    M W     1:00-2:50am       8 wks   HRC Rm 317           Kaser

 

WR 122 English Composition, 3 cr. – PREREQ:  WR 121.  Focuses on argument as a means of inquiry, clear and appropriate writing style, and critical reading. Explores ideas and issues through discussion and writing. Students compose analytical, argumentative, and/or expository essays with appropriate documentation.

The Dalles

1000685    T R       1:00-2:50pm       8 wks   TDC Rm 1.351          Wild

Hood River

1000764    M W     3:00-4:50pm       8 wks   HRC Rm 317           Kaser

 

WR 123 English Composition, 3 cr. (7/11-15 & 7/18-22) – Prerequisite: WR 122.  Daily writing assignments required.  Recommended: Ability to do web-based research. Uses extensive research writing to develop skills in critical analysis and documented argument. Students synthesize their considered response to designated text(s) and/or issues with the reactions of other writers. Includes paraphrasing, summarizing, quoting, and documenting using style appropriate to discipline researched. 

1000688    MTWRF    6:00-8:50pm   2 wks  TDC Rm 1.352  Noteboom

 

WR 241 Creative Writing (Fiction), 3 cr. – Recommended: WR 121-level reading and writing skills. Focuses on writing and submitting fiction for class discussion and analysis. Study established writers for techniques, structures, and styles.

1000717    T          5:00-8:50pm       8 wks   TDC Rm 1.362       Towell

 

WR 242 Creative Writing (Poetry), 3 cr. – Recommended: WR 121-level reading and writing skills. Focuses on writing and submitting poetry for class discussion and analysis. Study established poets for techniques, structures, and styles.

1000910    T          5:00-8:50pm       8 wks   TDC Rm 1.362       Towell

 

WR 243 Creative Writing (Script Writing), 3 cr. –  Recommended: WR 121-level reading and writing skills. Focuses on writing and submitting theatre and film scripts for class discussion.  Study established writers for techniques, structures, and styles.

1000911    T          5:00-8:50pm       8 wks   TDC Rm 1.362       Towell

 

 

 

Summer 2005

General Education Electives

This list will assist you in selecting general education electives

to meet the requirements for the following degrees:

Associate of Applied Science (AAS)

Associate of General Studies (AGS)

Associate of Science (AS)

Associate of Arts Oregon Transfer (AAORT)

 

AAS, AGS, AS

Arts and Humanities:

ART 231, 253, 256, 281, 293

ENG 214

SP 111

WR 241, 242, 243

 

Social Sciences:

HST 101, 102, 103, 218, 270

PSY 101, 203, 215, 216

SOC 204, 205, 206

 

Mathematics/ Science:

BI 101, 233, 234

CH 106

CS 160

MTH 111C, 243

 

AAORT

Courses marked * meet diversity requirement

 

Arts and Humanities

B list: ART 231, 253, 256, 281, 293, ENG 214, SP 111

WR 241, 242, 243

 

Social Sciences

A list: HST 101, 102, 103, PSY 203, SOC 204, 205, 206

B list: HST 218*, 270*, PSY 101, 215, 216

 

Mathematics/ Science

A list: BI 101, 233, CH 106

B list: BI 234, CS 160, MTH 111C, 243

 

For more information on programs and classes,

call 541-298-3112 or 541-386-3510 to schedule

an advising appointment at

The Dalles Campus or Hood River Center.