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PCC 2009 Summer Schedule: Credit Classes

PCC 2009 Summer Schedule: Credit Classes

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The 2009 schedule of credit classes from Portland Community College, Oregon.
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Alcohol and Drug Counselor
Cascade JH 210, www.pcc.edu/programs/ad-counseling, 503 978-5661For program advising call 503-978-5507 to schedule an appointment with Merry BoydBunch. For practicum advising call Susan Garber at 503-978-5245. Additional inormationcan be ound at http://www.pcc.edu/programs/alcohol-counseling. For additional programor application material call 503-978-5667.Alcohol and drug counselors work in treatment settings to proessionally help chemicallydependent clients. The Alcohol and Drug Counselor Program helps prepare students orthe Oregon Certied Alcohol and Drug Counselor examination. Students are admitted eachterm ater meeting specied requirements.
AD Open Courses
The ollowing classes are open to the general public and students who are consideringapplying or the Alcohol and Drug Counselor program.
AD 101 Alcohol Use and Addiction, 3.00 Cr.
Basic overview o addiction withemphasis on alcohol addiction. Considers physiology, psychology, treatment, preven-tion, recovery and relapse. Required or students wishing to enter the Alcohol and DrugCounselor Program.
30104 Cascade TH 202 1:00
p
–3:50
p
T 6/23–9/1 GieberCo-enrollment in LIB 101 recommended.
AD 102 Drug Use and Addiction, 3.00 Cr.
Considers current drug use andpsychological/behavioral aspects o client misuse or addiction. Includes drug chemis-try, physiological eects o drug use upon the body and specic treatment ormats andtechniques.
30392 Cascade JH 104 6:00
p
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p
M 6/22–8/31 Johnson
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Distance Learning: Online Course
34164 For ino contact: Cascade Griesar
Important: More Distance Learning inormation on pages 14 and 15.
AD 184 Men & Addiction, 3.00 Cr.
Provides an in-depth view o the biological,cultural, and sociological origins o male roles and behavior and explore the implicationso this or understanding mental health, sexuality, addiction, and criminal behavior o men.Course develops a ramework or the essential elements o gender- specic treatment orboys and men.
31601 Cascade JH 104 1:00
p
–5:50
p
M 7/6–8/10 Morrow
AD 213 Adolescent Recovery, 3.00 Cr.
Not required or degree and may not besubstituted or any required program courses.
33725 Cascade JH 207 6:00
p
–8:50
p
W 6/24–9/2 TBA
AD Restricted Admission Courses
The ollowing courses are open to current Alcohol and Drug Counselors on a spaceavailable basis, ater admitted students have registered. Call 503-978-5254 to receivepermission to register.
AD 154 Client Record Mgmt & Addiction, 3.00 Cr.
Provides the student theknowledge and skills needed to plan treatment and manage client records. Explores meth-ods or making decisions regarding goals and objectives to be reached by clients duringand ater treatment. Covers all aspects o client record management including ederal andstate regulations and American Society o Addiction Medicine (ASAM) placement criteria.Prerequisite: AD 101. Prerequisite/concurrent: WR 122.
31318 Cascade JH 106 6:00
p
–8:50
p
R 6/25–9/3 Carberry
AD 155 Motivational Interview & Addic, 3.00 Cr.
Designed to acilitate the ac-quisition o motivational interviewing counseling skills as applied to the arena o addictioncounseling. Prerequisites: AD 101, AD 150, AD 151, WR 121. Prerequisite or concurrent:WR 122.
33248 Cascade JH 112 6:00
p
–8:50
p
F 6/26–9/4 Glaser
AD 156 Ethical & Proessional Issues, 3.00 Cr.
Covers ethical and legal issuesrelevant to the alcohol and drug counselor. Prerequisite: AD 101. Prerequisite/concurrent:WR 122.
30819 Cascade JH 106 6:00
p
–8:50
p
T 6/23–9/1 Elliott
AD 280A Practicum: Addiction, 1.00 TO 6.00 Cr.
Field placement in an addictioncounseling or DUII educational acility. Students are required to complete a minimum otwo six month placements or a total o 18 credits. Prerequisites: AD 102, 150, 151, 152,153, 154, 155, 156. Corequisite: AD 280B.
30105 Cascade CAHOSP PRACT TBA MTWRF 6/22–9/4 GieberThis practicum is 3 credits. Instructor permission required.30106 Cascade CAHOSP PRACT TBA MTWRF 6/22–9/4 GieberThis practicum is 4 credits. Instructor permission required.30107 Cascade CAHOSP PRACT TBA MTWRF 6/22–9/4 GieberThis practicum is 5 credits. Instructor permission required.31602 Cascade CAHOSP PRACT TBA MTWRF 6/22–9/4 GieberThis practicum is 6 credits. Instructor permission required.31603 Cascade CAHOSP PRACT TBA MTWRF 6/22–9/4 OtisThis practicum is 3 credits. Instructor permission required.31604 Cascade CAHOSP PRACT TBA MTWRF 6/22–9/4 OtisThis practicum is 4 credits. Instructor permission required.31605 Cascade CAHOSP PRACT TBA MTWRF 6/22–9/4 OtisThis practicum is 5 credits. Instructor permission required.33250 Cascade CAHOSP PRACT TBA MTWRF 6/22–9/4 OtisThis practicum is 6 credits. Instructor permission required.
AD 280B Practicum: Addiction-Seminar, 2.00 Cr.
Focuses on the integrationand synthesis o academic preparation with “real world” addiction counseling experience.Includes consideration o counselor sel-care, healthy work practice, proessional ethicsand ongoing proessional development. Corequisite: AD 280A.
30103 Cascade JH 207 3:00
p
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p
M 6/22–8/31 Gieber30638 Cascade JH 207 6:00
p
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p
F 6/26–9/4 Otis
AD 280C CE: Prevention Practicum, 3.00 Cr.
Works with a prevention proes-sional mentor to achieve knowledge o Addiction Counselor Certication Board oOregon (ACCBO), Alcohol, Tobacco and Other Drug Abuse Prevention Domains. Learnsproessional responsibilities and growth, cultural sensitivity and ethics. Prerequisites: AD101, AD 102, AD 241, AD 242, WR 121. Prerequisite or concurrent: WR 122. Corequisite:AD 280D. Students must document two years o not abusing alcohol and other drugs,and pass the criminal history check as outlined in ACCBO Certied Prevention Specialistcertication standards, and department approval.
31606 Cascade CAHOSP PRACT TBA MTWRF 6/22–9/4 Gieber
AD 280D CE: Prevent Practicum:Seminar, 2.00 Cr.
Focuses on preventionspecialist’s supervised learning experience including proessional growth and responsibil-ity, prevention specialist ethics, ve proessional domains o prevention, and integration oacademic preparation with “real world” experience. Prerequisite: AD 101, AD 102, AD 241,AD 242, WR 121. Prerequisite or concurrent: WR 122. Corequisite: AD 280C. Studentmust document two years o not abusing alcohol and other drugs, and pass the criminalhistory check as outlined in ACCBO Certied Prevention Specialist certication standards,and department approval.
31607 Cascade JH 207 3:00
p
–4:50
p
M 6/22–8/31 Gieber
Anthropology
Cascade TH 220, 503 978-5251 Oce, 503 978-5215 Dept ChairR. Creek 3/201, 503 614-7327Sylvania SS 217, 503 977-4289
ATH 101 Intro to Physical Anthropology, 4.00 Cr.
Presents physical anthropol-ogy and the study o human biological evolution in the context o modern genetics andprimate behavior studies. Examines human ossil record, as well as the diversity andcommonality o present and past populations o humankind. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores.
33730 Cascade SC 305 1:30
p
–3:50
p
TR 6/23–8/13 TBA
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Distance Learning: Telecourse Plus Web
33051 For ino contact: Sylvania Courtis
Series: Physical Anthropology: The Evolving HumanOrientation: Online orientation; log in ater 9am on the rst day o term romwww.distance.pcc.edu to access course.Viewing Times: Comcast Cable CH27: see www.pcc.edu/tv or a printablecable schedule, or purchase DVDs rom the bookstore.Viewing Options: DVD, Cable CH27, video streaming, ACT rental, PCCLibraryImportant: More Distance Learning inormation on pages 14 and 15.
ATH 102 Intro Archaeology & Prehistory, 4.00 Cr.
Introduces methods andtechniques used by archaeologists to study the development o human culture. Providesa survey o world prehistory, while emphasizing the development o social complexity andthe origins o agriculture that precede both new and old world civilizations. Prerequisites:WR 115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores.
31480 Sylvania SS 109 12:00
p
–2:20
p
TR 6/23–8/13 Wilson
ATH 103 Intro to Cultural Anthropology, 4.00 Cr.
Examines modern humancultures. Analyzes a variety o ethnographic examples rom various world societies tounderstand the diverse aspects o language, technology, economy, social structure, gover-nance, religion, world views and expressive aspects o lie. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores.
31653 Cascade SC 201 8:30
a
–10:50
a
MW 6/22–8/12 Hart-Landsber30703 Sylvania SS 121 9:00
a
–11:20
a
MW 6/22–8/12 Pataki
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Distance Learning: Telecourse Plus Web
30702 For ino contact: Sylvania Courtis
Series: Cultural AnthropologyOrientation: Online orientation; log in ater 9am on the rst day o term romwww.distance.pcc.edu to access course.Viewing Times: Comcast Cable CH27: see www.pcc.edu/tv or a printablecable schedule, or purchase DVDs rom the bookstore.Viewing Options: DVD, Cable CH 27, video streaming, ACT rental, PCCLibraryImportant: More Distance Learning inormation on pages 14 and 15.
 
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Apprenticeship
Cascade TEB, Room 103, 503 978-5651 , 503 978-5650In order to qualiy or Oregon State license or journeyman exam, completion o both OJTand RT hours are required as outlined by the specic trade JATC. Additional Apprentice-ship electives may be ound in the Electrical Trades section o this schedule. Inormationabout the newly developed Trade specic degrees is now available.
CEU 925P Coyne 1st Aid/CPR or Trades, .80 Cr.
Introduction to preventionand initial care or emergency moving o injured patients including cardiac emergencies.Tuition: $25
33795 Cascade TEB 218 9:00
a
–5:20
p
S 7/18– Brown
APR 100 Explore Trades/Apprenticeship, 2.00 Cr.
Explores career opportuni-ties within the Trades. Includes traditional careers and new opportunities in elds suchas Renewable Energy and Sustainability. Introduces resources or assisting students inidentiying skills needed to succeed in these elds. Fee: $6
33741 Cascade TEB 218 5:30
p
–8:20
p
TR 6/23–7/28 Cloud
APR 104 LME: Luminaries & Equipment, 3.00 Cr.
Introduces lightingundamentals and their application in the industrial environment. Also covers uses, re-ceptacles, wiring methods, blueprints, batteries and some solid state components relatedto their use. Prerequisites: APR 103 or TE 9633.
31777 Cascade TEB 222 6:00
p
–8:50
p
MW 6/22–7/27 Lecarno
APR 204 LME: Electrical Code-Level III, 4.00 Cr.
Provides a working knowledgeo the NEC. Assists LME apprentices in preparing or the state electrical exam. Topicsinclude: Special Equipment including electric signs, cranes, hoists, elevators, electricwelders, inormation technology equipment, pools, and oundations; Special Conditionsincluding emergency systems, Class 1, 2, and 3, low voltage control circuits, re alarmsystems, and ber optics; and Communication Systems. Covers State o Oregon statutesgoverning electrical installations, building code division administrative rules coveringlicense requirements and responsibilities, State o Oregon amendments, supplementalcode reerence materials, saety standards and practice exams. Prerequisites: APR 203 orTE 9637.
31778 Cascade TEB 217 5:30
p
–9:20
p
TR 6/23–7/28 Lecarno
APR 201 Electrical Motor Controls, 2.00 Cr.
Provides knowledge and skills need-ed to design, install, maintain, service and troubleshoot electric motors. Focuses on theoperation and installation o control systems, specically motor starters and controllers.Electromagnetic controls, motors and transormers will also be covered. Lab activities willutilize electrical test equipment to analyze electric motor control malunctions. This classcan be used towards Continuing Education Units or Oregon State electrical licensingpurposes. APR 201 and ELT 201 cannot both be taken or credit. Fee: $6
31779 Cascade TEB 220 6:00
p
–8:50
p
MW 6/22–7/27 Brown
APR 230 National Electrical Code, 3.00 Cr.
Instructs the electrical proessionalwhere and how to nd required inormation in the NEC book, demonstrating how thevarious articles work together to provide complete inormation on a subject. Most codearticles (90 through 450) will be explained in detail. This class can be used towardsContinuing Education Units or Oregon State electrical licensing purposes. APR 230 andELT 230 cannot both be taken or credit.
31775 Cascade TEB 118 6:00
p
–8:50
p
MW 6/22–7/27 Faulkner
Architectural Design and Drating
Sylvania ST 208, 503 977-4163 oce, 503 977-4160 advisorNew students to the program are encouraged to talk to a department advisor beoreregistering.
ARCH 100 Graphic Comm or Designers, 3.00 Cr.
Addresses the undamentalso perspective drawings as a communicative device. Develops perspective, reehandsketching and diagramming skills, by building a graphic vocabulary and establishing alanguage o architectural communication. Fee: $12
30931 Sylvania ST 240 12:00
p
–4:50
p
M 6/22–8/31 Sikkel
ARCH 101 Architectural Graphics 1, 3.00 Cr.
Introduction to design processand drawing or residential design. Course will include: Programming; code/zoning/siteanalysis; concept diagrams; schematic design evolving into drawing o plans, elevations,section; building o a model; and creating a proessional quality graphic presentation.ARCH 110 recommended or students with no previous drating experience. Fee: $12
30259 Sylvania ST 240 6:00
p
–9:50
p
T 6/23–9/1 Capps1 hour additional lab time each week. See instructor.
ARCH 110 Intro to Architectural Drawing, 2.00 Cr.
Covers basic Architecturaldrawing skills including lettering, line quality, plans, elevations, sections and axonometricdrawings. Fee: $12
30788 Sylvania ST 240 6:00
p
–9:50
p
R 6/25–9/3 Payton31727 Sylvania ST 240 12:00
p
–3:50
p
T 6/23–9/1 Liberty
ARCH 111 Working Drawings 1, 3.00 Cr.
Covers standards o architecturaldrating and preparation o construction documents, or typical residential construction.Construction process will also be examined. ARCH 110 recommended or students withno previous drating experience. Fee: $12
30932 Sylvania ST 236 1:00
p
–3:20
p
TR 6/23–9/3 Roy
ARCH 112 Working Drawings 2, 3.00 Cr.
Covers standards o architecturaldrating and preparation o construction documents or typical commercial construction.Construction process will also be examined. ARCH 110 recommended or students withno previous drating experience. Fee: $12
30552 Sylvania ST 240 6:00
p
–9:50
p
M 6/22–8/31 Mueller1 hour additional lab time each week. See instructor.
ARCH 113 Site Planning, 2.00 Cr.
Covers site development, including surveyingexisting grades, locating existing and uture buildings, driveways erosion control, stormwater management, plus drawing site plans. Recommended: ARCH 126 or equivalent. Fee:$12
30412 Sylvania ST 240 6:00
p
–9:50
p
W 6/24–9/2 Liberty
ARCH 121 Structural Systems 1, 2.00 Cr.
An overview o residential structuralsystems, including identication o loads, sizing o raming, and reading o structuralplans. Recommended: ARCH 124.
33915 Sylvania ST 240 4:00
p
–5:50
p
TR 7/21–8/25 AndersonFirst class starts Tuesday, July 21st.
ARCH 122 Structural Systems 2, 4.00 Cr.
Covers sizing o wood structuralmembers (raters, joists, beams, etc.). Prerequisite: MTH 60 and ARCH 121.
33916 Sylvania ST 238 4:00
p
–5:50
p
TR 6/23–9/3 TBA
ARCH 124 Intro to Building Systems, 3.00 Cr.
An overview o residential build-ing systems, including building construction, and heating, cooling, plumbing, electrical,and passive solar systems.
30413 Sylvania ST 238 6:00
p
–8:50
p
T 6/23–9/1 Liberty
ARCH 127 Intro to Google SketchUp, 3.00 Cr.
Introduces basic 3-D model-ing terminology, concepts and tools used to create simple building models and useuleveryday shapes using SketchUp 3-D modeling sotware. Fee: $6
34125 Sylvania ST 238 6:00
p
–9:50
p
MW 7/29–9/2 SestricFirst class starts on Wednesday, July 29th.
ARCH 132 Residential Building Codes, 2.00 Cr.
Introduction to land use zon-ing and international residential building codes. Selected portions o the code will bediscussed, with application to sample building plans. Prerequisite: ARCH 124 or BCT 103.
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Distance Learning: Online Course
33923 For ino contact: Sylvania Anderson
Class meets 2 times during the term on campus.Important: More Distance Learning inormation on pages 14 and 15.
ARCH 162 Blueprint Reading-Part 2, 2.00 Cr.
Teaches advanced techniques inreading architectural blueprints. Recommended: ARCH 161 or equivalent. Fee: $12
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Distance Learning: Online Course
30260 For ino contact: Sylvania Anderson
1 in-class meeting (optional)Important: More Distance Learning inormation on pages 14 and 15.
ARCH 200 Intro to Architecture, 4.00 Cr.
Introduces concepts, theories, andpractices o the discipline o architecture. Includes study o perceptual, environmental,technical and organizational concepts through lectures and individual projects in observ-ing architectural spaces and orms. Fee: $24
30414 Sylvania ST 240 1:00
p
–4:50
p
W 6/24–9/2 Roy
ARCH 204 Sustainable Bldg Design Studio, 4.00 Cr.
Advanced study o sustain-able building design and systems, and applied to residential buildings. Includes siteanalysis passive technologies, and use o sustainable building materials. Concepts will beapplied to an actual house design in a studio ormat. Prerequisite: ARCH 101 or depart-ment approval or similar experience. Prerequisite or concurrent registration: ARCH 131and 224, and ID 121 and BCT 206; or instructor permission. Fee: $12
34081 Sylvania ST 236 9:00
a
–12:50
p
TR 7/7–8/25 Payton
AutoCAD
ARCH 126 Introduction to AutoCAD, 3.00 Cr.
Introduces AutoCAD sotware as adesign tool. Instructions will be given in the operation o both hard disk and fexible diskdata storage, and plotting. Class covers creation, retrieval and modication o drawingsthat meet industry standards using basic AutoCAD commands. This course is 30 totalcontact hours and is also worth 60 LU credits to AIA members. Fee: $6
30247 Sylvania ST 240 12:00
p
–3:50
p
R 6/25–9/3 Cotera30366 Sylvania ST 205 6:00
p
–9:50
p
MW 6/22–7/27 Hooper
ARCH 136 Intermediate AutoCAD, 3.00 Cr.
In-depth study o computer-aided-drating using AutoCAD sotware and its applications to architecture. This course is 30total contact hours and also worth 60 LU credits to AIA members. Prerequisite: ARCH 126.Fee: $6
34127 Sylvania ST 205 6:00
p
–9:50
p
MW 7/29–9/2 HooperFirst class starts on Wednesday, July 29th.
 
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ARCH 237 Introduction to Autodesk Revit, 3.00 Cr.
Introduces Autodesk Revit,a parametric 3D modeling sotware, and its applications to architecture and covers thecreation, retrieval and modication o drawings using basic Revit commands. Fee: $6
33994 Sylvania ST 238 6:00
p
–9:50
p
R 6/25–9/3 Villiger
Cooperative Education
ARCH 280 CE: Arch Design & Drating, 1.00 TO 4.00 Cr.
Work or observe onapproved job sites. Student receives as varied and complete an experience as possibleunder job conditions. Credits are variable and based on the number o clock hours studentspends on job site. Must be coordinated with the supervisor, instructor, and cooperativeeducation specialist. Department permission required.
30194 Sylvania ST 208 TBA TBA 6/22–9/5 Roy1 credit, contact Denise Roy at 503-977-416631335 Sylvania ST 208 TBA TBA 6/22–9/6 Roy2 credits, contact Denise Roy at 503-977-416631424 Sylvania ST 208 TBA TBA 6/22–9/6 Roy3 credits, contact Denise Roy at 503-977-416633997 Sylvania ST 208 TBA TBA 6/22–9/5 Roy4 credits, contact Denise Roy at 503-977-4166
Art
Cascade MAHB 105, 503 978-5430 Oce, 503 978-5264 Dept ChairR. Creek RC 3 201, 503 614-7235 OceSE Center Mt. Scott Hall 103, 503 788-6146 , 503 788-6147Sylvania CT 216, 503 977-4264 Oce, 503 977-8021 Dept Chair
ART 101 Introduction to Art, 4.00 Cr.
Addresses seeing, experiencing and ap-preciating the urban world as a refection o human interaction with the socio-politicaland physical environment, such as with architecture, gardens, ountains, malls and publicspaces. Examines how cities express the values, technology, geography and economicstructure o many cultures in the light o aesthetic, historic, and critical actors. The Introto Art series 101, 102, 103 may be taken in any order. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115 andMTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores.
33548 Cascade MAHB 215 1:00
p
–3:20
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MW 6/22–8/12 LaPointe
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Distance Learning: Online Course
33373 For ino contact: Rock Creek Egland
Important: More Distance Learning inormation on pages 14 and 15.
ART 102 Introduction to Art, 4.00 Cr.
Addresses issues o ne art, particularlypainting, sculpture and drawing, in terms o experiencing, appreciating and understandingtheir role in our lives. Art is examined in the light o aesthetic, historic, and critical issues.The Intro to Art series 101, 102, 103 may be taken in any order. Prerequisite: WR 115, RD115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores.
34130 Cascade MAHB 215 10:00
a
–12:20
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TR 6/23–8/13 Poncet
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Distance Learning: Online Course
33291 For ino contact: Rock Creek Tringali
Important: More Distance Learning inormation on pages 14 and 15.
ART 103 Introduction to Art, 4.00 Cr.
Addresses issues relating to design in ourdaily lives, particularly graphic design, and may include commercial, industrial, crats,and product design. Examines how design expresses the values, technology, economy andtaste o our culture in light o aesthetic, historic and critical issues. The Intro to Art series101, 102, 103 may be taken in any order. Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115 and MTH 20 orequivalent placement test scores.
33295 R. Creek BLDG3 227 11:00
a
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MW 6/22–8/12 Weber
ART 115 Basic Design, 3.00 Cr.
Black and white design oundations studioexperience centers on creative problem-solving, developing perceptual awareness andunderstanding and establishing critical skills and personal artistic vision. Use a broadrange o materials, techniques and projects to design concepts with reerence to historicaland contemporary perspectives. Basic Design series 115, 116, 117 may be taken in anysequence. Fee: $18
30217 Cascade MAHB 223 9:00
a
–12:50
p
MW 6/22–8/12 Minchin33297 R. Creek BLDG3 109 8:30
a
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TR 6/23–8/13 Kim
ART 116 Basic Design, 3.00 Cr.
Color and design oundations studio experiencecenters on creative problem-solving, developing perceptual awareness and understanding,and establishing critical skills and personal artistic vision. Use a broad range o materials,techniques and projects to explore color and design concepts with reerence to historicaland contemporary perspectives. Basic Design series 115, 116, 117 may be taken in anysequence. Fee: $18
33296 Hillsboro HEC 102 12:00
p
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MW 6/22–8/12 Rakich33489 R. Creek BLDG3 109 2:00
p
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TR 6/23–7/30 TBA
ART 117 Basic Design, 3.00 Cr.
Three-dimensional oundations studio experiencecenters on creative problem-solving, developing perceptual awareness and understandingand establishing critical skills and personal artistic vision. Use a broad range o materials,techniques and projects to explore three-dimensional design concepts with reerence tohistorical and contemporary perspectives. Basic Design series 115, 116, 117 may be takenin any sequence. Fee: $18
34042 Sylvania CT 113 11:00
a
–1:50
p
TR 6/23–8/27 Schenk
ART 131 Introduction to Drawing, 3.00 Cr.
A studio experience exploring basicdrawing techniques, materials and concepts while addressing historical and contemporaryissues. A conceptual ramework or critical analysis is presented along with basic arttheory. May be taken three times or credit. Fee: $18
30288 Cascade MAHB 221 5:30
p
–8:50
p
MW 6/22–8/12 Sharp33546 Cascade MAHB 221 11:00
a
–2:50
p
MW 6/22–8/12 Masthem30408 R. Creek BLDG3 124 9:00
a
–12:50
p
MW 6/22–8/12 Knight31520 R. Creek BLDG3 124 2:00
p
–5:50
p
MW 6/22–8/12 SairanenLandscape Emphasis31524 R. Creek BLDG3 122 6:00
p
–9:50
p
TR 6/23–8/13 Southern33823 Sylvania CT 231 1:00
p
–3:50
p
MTWR 6/22–7/23 Barsky33827 Sylvania CT 231 9:00
a
–12:50
p
TR 6/23–8/11 Redinger
ART 140 Digital Photography, 3.00 Cr.
Introductory course emphasizing knowl-edge o the camera, development o computer skills in preparing and outputting images,and exploration o visual design and composition. May be taken three times or credit.Recommended: Basic computer skills and WR 115. Fee: $18
33836 Sylvania CT 113 6:00
p
–9:20
p
MW 6/22–8/19 Johnson33840 Sylvania CT 113 9:00
a
–3:20
p
S 6/27–9/5 Johnson
ART 141 Intro to Photo (Non-darkroom), 3.00 Cr.
Covers camera operation,selection and use o lm, lters, lenses, fash units and other accessories. Students shoot35mm color slides and have them processed commercially. Must own, or have access to a35mm camera with adjustable exposure controls.
30492 Cascade MAHB 223 8:30
a
–11:50
a
TR 6/23–7/23 Pike
ART 142 Intro to Photo (Darkroom), 3.00 Cr.
Introductory course in black andwhite photography, emphasizing knowledge o the camera, development o darkroomskills, and exploration or visual design and composition. Should own or have access toa 35mm camera with adjustable exposure controls. May be taken three times or credit.Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores. Fee: $18
33889 Sylvania CT 112 1:00
p
–4:20
p
MTW 6/22–7/29 Eliot
ART 181 Painting I, 3.00 Cr.
A studio experience exploring basic painting tech-niques, materials, and concepts while addressing historical and contemporary issues. Aconceptual ramework or critical analysis is presented along with basic art theory. May betaken three times or credit. Fee: $18
30253 Cascade MAHB 222 8:30
a
–12:20
p
MW 6/22–7/12 KimFOCUS:LANDSCAPE31159 R. Creek BLDG3 122 2:00
p
–5:50
p
MW 6/22–8/12 Knight31522 R. Creek BLDG3 122 9:00
a
–12:50
p
MW 6/22–8/12 Sairanen33361 R. Creek BLDG3 122 2:00
p
–5:50
p
TR 6/23–8/13 SouthernOld master techniques33848 Sylvania CT 230 9:00
a
–12:50
p
MTWR 7/13–8/5 Selleck
ART 198 Special Topics in Art, 1.00 TO 5.00 Cr.
A variable topics course oeringspecial classes and workshops in art and in art history. Course aords novel opportunityto explore out-o-the-ordinary skills, themes, and subjects, including art travel.
33370 R. Creek BLDG3 112 9:00
a
–3:20
p
MTWRF 8/17–8/28 Buswell34168 Sylvania CT 231 9:00
a
–12:50
p
MW 7/6–8/5 Esler
ART 199E Spirit o the Sketch, 1.00 Cr.
Taught by Marilyn Reaves, art proessorrom the U. o O., this intensive 3-day workshop shows how to eectively use the timelessmode o the sketch book to generate and develop ideas and to record observations. Avariety o media will be used. Fee: $6
33877 Sylvania CT 125 9:00
a
–3:50
p
FS 7/24–7/25 Reaves
ART 199G Line, Letters, and Luminosity, 1.00 Cr.
Designed or all artists andlovers o letters and words who wish to investigate new applications and techniques ortheir letter orms. Writing is paired with drawing materials and paint to create small-ormat, richly layered pieces luminous in their suraces and as personal refection.Culminates with a hand-constructed portolio o “small art”. All levels welcome. Fee: $6
33763 Sylvania CT 125 9:00
a
–3:50
p
FS 7/17–7/18 Wildand Sylvania CT 125 9:00
a
–2:50
p
U 7/19– Wild
ART 205 History o Western Art, 4.00 Cr.
Examines visual art and architecture asa refection o human interaction with the socio-political and physical environment. Objec-tives center on viewing, analyzing and comparing many art orms in an historical context,and covers Late Antiquity, Early Christian and Medieval periods, beginning about 500 BC.Prerequisites: WR 115, RD 115 and MTH 20 or equivalent placement test scores.
33755 Sylvania CT 212 6:00
p
–7:50
p
MW 6/22–8/26 Pynes
w
Distance Learning: Online Course
33438 For ino contact: Rock Creek Tringali
Important: More Distance Learning inormation on pages 14 and 15.
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Distance Learning: Online Course
33442 For ino contact: Rock Creek Tringali
Important: More Distance Learning inormation on pages 14 and 15.

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