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Summer 2012 Credit Courses

ACCOUNTING Financial Accounting 3 Credit $330 Covers accounting cycle, including: double entry theory, recording transactions, accruals and deferrals, depreciation and theory of accounts. Includes preparation and analysis of major financial accounting statements. Prerequisite: None. (PCS 1.1, 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture, 0 hours lab) ACCT-131-80 - TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 80 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). ACCT-131-C6 06:30--08:45PM TTH 05/22-07/19 BA 3409 ACCT-131-P1 08:00--10:15AM MWTH 05/21-06/28 BA 3409 Managerial Accounting 3 Credit $330 Covers accounting procedures as they apply to management function of decision making, including definition of cost, methods of tracking and applying cost to production, calculation and disposition of variances from standards, budget preparations, and quantitative methods of managerial decision making. Prerequisite: C or better in ACCT 131. (PCS 1.1, 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture) ACCT-132-80 - TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 80 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). ACCT-132-AC65 05:30--07:25PM TH 05/24-08/09 CW 3319 ACCT-132-R6 06:30--08:45PM MW 06/11-08/08 BA 3409 ACCT-132-S1 10:30--12:45PM MWTH 07/02-08/09 CW 3319 Accounting Co-Op 1 Credit $110 Provides students the opportunity to obtain further knowledge and skills related to accounting in the business field through a planned and supervised paid or unpaid experience. Students will achieve practical work experience, earn a competitive wage, and apply what has been learned in the classroom to actual work situations. This course is a variable credit course. Prerequisite: completion of a minimum of 33 total semester hours including a minimum 21 hours of business related courses of which at least 9 hours are in accounting, and a GPA of 2.00 or better and permission of program coordinator. (PCS 1.2, 1-4 credit hours: 80 hours must be worked for each credit hour granted.) ACCT-280-C1 - TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA ART Introduction to the Visual Arts (IAI: F2 900) 3 Credit $330 Introduces an approach to the appreciation and study of art. Presents an overview of many art forms and a framework for describing and understanding art. Prerequisite: None. (PCS 1.1, 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture, 0 hours lab) ART-130-80 - TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 80 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). ART-130-81 - TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 81 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). ART-130-NP1 08:30--10:10AM MTWTH 05/21-06/28 N3 0118 Section NP1 meets at N.O. Nelson Campus ART-130-P1 08:30--10:10AM MTWTH 05/21-06/28 WA 2104 ART-130-T6 06:00--09:40PM T 05/22-08/07 WA 2104 Drawing I 3 Credit $350 Explores the basic principles, materials and skills of drawing. Emphasis on developing visual awareness and manual proficiency within the studio through practice with a variety of drawing materials. Prerequisite: None. (PCS 1.1, 3 credit hours: 0 hours lecture, 6 hours lab)

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ART-133-P1 09:00--01:30PM MTW 05/21-06/27 WA 3100 Elementary Ceramics I 3 Credit $365 Introduces techniques and fundamentals of clay and glazes. Hand building, wheel throwing and sculpture techniques. Individual projects and experimentation along with demonstrations, lectures, slides and films. Prerequisite: None. (PCS 1.1, 3 credit hours: 0 hours lecture, 6 hours lab) ART-137-P1 09:30--02:00PM TWTH 05/22-06/28 TR 0110 Elementary Ceramics II 3 Credit $365 Emphasizes skill development in handling clay, glazing, and firing. Hand-building and wheel techniques are used in the studio, as well as different types of glazing and firing. Prerequisite: C or better in ART 137. (PCS 1.1, 3 credit hours: 0 hours lecture, 6 hours lab) ART-138-P1 09:30--02:00PM TWTH 05/22-06/28 TR 0110 The Art of Film (IAI: F2 908) 3 Credit $330 Introduces history, aesthetics, and technique of motion pictures as art and entertainment. Selected film viewed and analyzed. Prerequisite: None. (PCS 1.1, 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture, 0 hours lab) ART-140-80P - TBA TBA 05/21-06/29 TBA Section 80P is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). ART-140-81P - TBA TBA 05/21-06/29 TBA Section 81P is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). Non-Western Art (IAI: F2 903N) 3 Credit $330 Provides a stylistic and historical survey of visual arts traditions in the world beyond the West. Introduces students to the arts of diverse cultures from around the globe (including Africa, China, Japan, India, Oceania, and the native cultures of the Americas), and some of the ideals, beliefs, principles and influences that have shaped their arts. Prerequisite: None. (PCS 1.1, 3 credit hours; 3 hours lecture, 0 hours lab) ART-153-80 - TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 80 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). Graphic Design I 3 Credit $342 Introduces basic design principles with emphasis on typography, illustration, and publication design. Students will be exposed to the process of achieving the maximum impact of graphic communications. Prerequisite: C or better in the following: ART 131, CGRD 142, and CGRD 144. PCS 1.2, 3 credit hours: 2 hours lecture, 2 hours lab) ART-161-C1 - TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Beginning Oil Painting 3 Credit $360 Develops expressive ability in painting, emphasizing the technical process and experimentation. Assignments in still life, landscape, and figure. Prerequisite: None. (PCS 1.1, 3 credit hours: 0 hours lecture, 6 hours lab) ART-235-P1 09:00--01:30PM MTW 05/21-06/27 WA 3106 Advanced Ceramics I 3 Credit $365 Builds on proficiency in the basic skills and techniques in ceramics. Studio focus on ceramic materials and processes as applied to sculptural issues. Forming, glazing, and kiln-firing are used in the development of individual and class projects. Prerequisite: C or better in ART 138. (PCS 1.1, 3 credit hours: 0 hours lecture, 6 hours lab) ART-237-P1 09:30--02:00PM TWTH 05/22-06/28 TR 0110 Advanced Ceramics II 3 Credit $365

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Builds on proficiency in the basic skills and techniques of ceramics. Studio focus on independent, comprehensive ceramic projects. Prerequisite: C or better in ART 237. (PCS 1.1, 3 credit hours: 0 hours lecture, 6 hours lab) ART-238-P1 09:30--02:00PM TWTH 05/22-06/28 TR 0110 AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY Automotive Engine Repair 4 Credit $475 Studies the four-stroke cycle automotive engine designs. Diagnosis and repair of oil consumption and leakage, abnormal noises, loss of power and component failure as related to the mechanical components of an engine. Shop experience includes removal and installation of automotive engines in front-wheel and rear-wheel vehicles and various types of in-chassis repairs. Prerequisite: AUTO 141 or concurrent enrollment. (PCS 1.2, 4 credit hours: 3 hours lecture, 3 hours lab) AUTO-241-C1 - TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TR 0174 BIOLOGY Fundamentals of Biological Science (IAI: L1 900L) 4 Credit $470 Covers a broad overview of life science with lab experience. The course is designed for students with minimal scientific background to introduce scientific terminology and methods of investigation, as well as introduce basic principles of the cell, reproduction, genetics, ecology, evolution, and biological diversity. (PCS 1.1, 4 credit hours: 3 hours lecture, 3 hours lab) BIOL-130-90R - TBA TBA 06/11-08/03 TBA and 06:00--08:45PM TTH 06/12-08/02 SC 0510 and - TBA TBA 06/11-08/03 TBA Section 90R is a Web-Blended Course and costs $490 (includes $20 Online Fee). BIOL-130-NR6 05:30--07:45PM TTH 06/12-08/02 N3 0133 and 07:55--10:10PM TTH 06/12-08/02 N3 0133 Section NR6 meets at N.O. Nelson Campus BIOL-130-R1 08:00--09:15AM MTWTH 06/11-08/02 SC 0113 and 10:55--12:10PM MTWTH 06/11-08/02 SC 0520 BIOL-130-R2 08:00--09:15AM MTWTH 06/11-08/02 SC 0113 and 09:30--10:45AM MTWTH 06/11-08/02 SC 0520 BIOL-130-R7 05:30--08:00PM MW 06/11-08/01 SC 0113 and 08:05--10:35PM MW 06/11-08/01 SC 0520 BIOL-130-R8 05:30--08:00PM MW 06/11-08/01 SC 0113 and 02:55--05:25PM MW 06/11-08/01 SC 0520 Human Biology (IAI: L1 904L) 4 Credit $470 Covers principles of structure and function associated with the human body and medical terminology. Employs applicable laboratory demonstrations and activities to reinforce lecture topics. Not appropriate for majors in Biological Science. Prerequisite: C or better in BIOL 130 or high school biology. (PCS 1.1, 4 credit hours: 3 hours lecture, 3 hours lab) BIOL-132-90 - TBA TBA 05/19-08/10 TBA and 09:00--01:00PM S 05/19-05/19 SC 0521 and 09:00--01:00PM S 06/02-06/02 SC 0521 and 09:00--01:00PM S 06/16-06/16 SC 0521 and 09:00--01:00PM S 06/30-06/30 SC 0521 and 09:00--01:00PM S 07/14-07/14 SC 0521 and 09:00--01:00PM S 07/28-07/28 SC 0521 and 09:00--01:00PM S 08/04-08/04 SC 0521 Section 90 is a Web-Blended Course and costs $490 (includes $20 Online Fee). BIOL-132-R6 05:00--07:30PM MW 06/11-08/01 SC 0511 and 07:40--10:10PM MW 06/11-08/01 SC 0521

1. (PCS 1. 3 hours lab) BIOL-142-R1 09:00--11:30AM MW 06/11-08/01 NU L101 and 11:40--01:55PM MW 06/11-08/01 NU 0210 BIOL-142-R2 09:00--11:30AM TTH 06/12-08/02 NU L101 and 11:40--01:55PM TTH 06/12-08/02 NU 0210 BIOL-142-R6 05:15--07:45PM TTH 06/12-08/02 NU L101 and 07:55--10:10PM TTH 06/12-08/02 NU 0210 Human Sexuality and Reproduction 3 Credit $330 Studies the physical and behavioral differences between women and men. vitamins.O. student collections. circulatory.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 80 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). (PCS 1. This course involves the study of the various classes of nutrients including proteins.1. Prerequisite: None. carbohydrates. integumentary. Nelson Campus . and water. Collecting techniques. homosexuality. human reproductive anatomy.TBA TBA 06/09-08/10 TBA and 09:00--11:30AM S 06/09-06/09 NU 0101 Section 91 is a Web-Blended Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). Prerequisite: C or better in BIOL 141. Physiological processes related to the digestion and absorption of nutrients are emphasized. 4 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. BIOL-161-91 .1.1. species identification and field work are integral parts of the course. Prerequisite: C or better in BIOL 132 (preferred) or either BIOL 130 or BIOL 131 or CHEM 130. social. and their roles in health and disease. BIOL-161-NR1 10:30--01:00PM TTH 06/12-08/02 N3 0118 Section NR1 meets at N. skeletal. reproductive and endocrine systems. tissues. urinary. and psychological influences on food selection and health are also studied. Discusses such topics as sex education. sex in the life cycle. love. (PCS 1. including sensory. 3 hours lab) BIOL-141-R1 09:00--11:30AM MW 06/11-08/01 SC 0310 and 11:40--01:55PM MW 06/11-08/01 NU 0202 BIOL-141-R3 11:00--01:30PM TTH 06/12-08/02 SC 0310 and 01:40--03:55PM TTH 06/12-08/02 NU 0202 BIOL-141-R6 05:50--08:20PM MW 06/11-08/01 SC 0310 and 08:25--10:45PM MW 06/11-08/01 NU 0202 Anatomy-Physiology II 4 Credit $470 Builds on BIOL 141. 0 hours lab) BIOL-161-90 . contraception. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture) BIOL-160-80 . respiratory.1. and its effects on human physiology and development from early childhood through advanced years. fats. Prerequisite: C or better in BIOL 130 or BIOL 131 or high school biology. childbirth. Biology of Nutrition (IAI: L1 904) 3 Credit $330 Examines nutrition of the major food categories. minerals. and nervous systems. 4 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. (PCS 1. muscular. digestive.Summer 2012 Credit Courses Field Biology 4 Credit $470 Examines native plants and organisms in relation to their environment. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. Examines the human species and the complex role that sexuality plays in society. 4 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. Cultural.TBA TBA 06/09-08/10 TBA and 09:00--11:30AM S 06/09-06/09 NU 0101 Section 90 is a Web-Blended Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). (PCS 1. 3 hours lab) BIOL-138-R1 08:00--10:30AM MW 06/11-08/01 SC 0420 and 10:40--12:55PM MW 06/11-08/01 SC 0511 Anatomy-Physiology I (IAI: L1 904L) 4 Credit $470 Examines structure and function of the human body: cells and cellular processes. abortion. social diseases and others.

TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 80 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). students become proficient in organizing and composing business letters. Principles and practices governing the operation of modern businesses are covered. and e-mail messages. Microbiology 4 Credit $470 Covers fundamental principles of microbiology and microbiological techniques. 0 hours lab) BIOL-162-NR1 01:00--03:30PM TTH 06/12-08/02 N3 0133 Section NR1 meets at N. nutrient cycles. or admission to either the Dental Hygiene or the Associate Degree Nursing program. biotechnology. 3 hours lab) BIOL-241-R1 10:45--01:15PM MW 06/11-08/01 SC 0113 and 08:00--10:30AM MW 06/11-08/01 SC 0421 BIOL-241-R2 10:45--01:15PM MW 06/11-08/01 SC 0113 and 01:30--04:00PM MW 06/11-08/01 SC 0421 BIOL-241-R3 10:45--01:15PM TTH 06/12-08/02 SC 0113 and 08:00--10:30AM TTH 06/12-08/02 SC 0421 BIOL-241-R4 10:45--01:15PM TTH 06/12-08/02 SC 0113 and 01:30--04:00PM TTH 06/12-08/02 SC 0421 BIOL-241-T6 06:00--07:50PM MW 05/21-08/08 SC 0420 and 08:00--09:50PM MW 05/21-08/08 SC 0421 BUSINESS Introduction to Modern Business 3 Credit $330 Makes a factual and informative survey of American business.O. and intercultural business communication. Nelson Campus BIOL-162-R7 06:00--08:30PM TTH 06/12-08/02 SC 0420 Ecological Principles (IAI: L1 905) 3 Credit $330 Introduces the principles of ecology.1. evolution and biotechnology. While completing written assignments using electronic technology. Business and the Legal Environment . (PCS 1. 0 hours lab) BUSN-135-90 . (PCS 1. 0 hours lab) BUSN-131-80 . Prerequisite: None.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 90 is a Web-Blended Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee).2. memorandums. either high school biology or BIOL 130. The course also includes an overview of oral. society. Genes and their role in protein synthesis. succession. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. genetics and heredity. human behavior. Genetic issues and scientific literacy will be emphasized. (PCS 1. species diversity. (PCS 1. syndromes. interpersonal. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. including energy flow.1. community ecology. Due to the specific focus of this course. BUSN-131-P6 06:30--09:50PM MW 05/21-06/27 BA 3404 Business Communications 3 Credit $330 Applies the principles of standard English to business communications.1. (PCS 1.Summer 2012 Credit Courses Human Inheritance (IAI: L1 906) 3 Credit $330 Examines genes through exploring concepts of cell and molecular biology.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 80 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). it is highly recommended that students have prior biology background. reports. Prerequisite: ENGL 131. Prerequisite: C or better in BIOL 132 (preferred) or either BIOL 130 or BIOL 131 and C or better in either CHEM 130 or CHEM 131. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture.1. biomes. 4 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. ecological efficiency of organisms. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture) BIOL-165-80 . ecology of populations. and cancer will be studied. and the interaction of mankind in the biosphere.

historical.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Business Co-Op II 1 Credit $110 Provides students the opportunity to expand on their experiences in BUSN 280. Considerable emphasis will be placed on personal assessment including Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and Strong Interest Inventory to identify current career interests and areas for development.2. This course is a variable credit course. Targeting the Job Market 1 Credit $110 Improves job seeking skills through search of job resources. and business letters.) BUSN-281-C1 . 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture) CDEV-130-80 . Students will achieve practical work experience.75 or better and permission of program coordinator. (PCS 1.1. (PCS 1. (PCS 1. For elective credit only. and personalities to specific careers and occupations. Prerequisite: Completion of a minimum of 33 total semester hours. This course is a variable credit course. 0 hours lab) BUSN-141-80 . and taking career action. Additional knowledge and skills related to the business field are acquired through a similar planned and supervised paid or unpaid work experience. including a minimum of 21 hours of business related courses.2.TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Section 80 is an Online Course and costs $368 (includes $20 Online Fee).TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Section 80P is an Online Course and costs $0 (includes $20 Online Fee). 1 credit hour: 1 hour lecture.2. 1 credit hour: 1 hour lecture) JOBS-131-80P . 0 hours lecture) JOBS-132-80R . making career decisions. and a GPA of 2.TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Section 80R is an Online Course and costs $0 (includes $20 Online Fee). This course may be repeated up to a maximum of 4 credit hours.Summer 2012 Credit Courses 3 Credit $330 Provides introductory overview of the interaction between law and business through presentation of both private and public law in the context of the political. This course may be repeated up to a maximum of 4 credit hours. 1-4 hours credit: 80 hours must be worked for each credit hour granted. Emphasis is given to helping students learn the skills involved in developing career awareness. Job Seeking Skills 1 Credit $110 . Identifying Career Interests 1 Credit $143 Teaches students how to compare their skills. Students will continue to achieve practical work experience. (PCS 1. Prerequisite: BUSN 280 and a GPA of 2. 1-4 hours credit: 80 hours must be worked for each credit hour granted.) BUSN-280-C1 .2. disclosure of employer expectations. and strategies for completing job applications. resumes. values. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. and socioeconomic environment within which both law and business operate. Business Co-Op I 1 Credit $110 Provides students the opportunity to obtain further knowledge and skills related to the business field through a planned and supervised paid or unpaid work experience.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA CAREER PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT Career Development 3 Credit $348 Focuses on integrating career development into important life choices.00 or better and permission of program coordinator. (PCS 1. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. and apply what has been learned in the classroom to actual work situations. (PCS 1.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 80 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). and apply what has been learned in the classroom to more advanced work situations.1.

and negotiating job offers. Prerequisite: MATH 112 or MATH 12B or MATH 124 or placement by exam into MATH 116. Safety and Nutrition 3 Credit $330 Includes the study of basic factors that affect the health and safety of children. 0 hours lab) JOBS-133-80R . solutions. stoichiometry and acid-base theory. atomic theory. (PCS 1. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. Prerequisite: None. Not a replacement for CHEM 131. and biochemistry.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA and 08:00--03:30PM W 05/23-05/23 SC 0215 and 08:00--03:30PM W 06/13-06/13 SC 0215 and 08:00--03:30PM W 07/11-07/11 SC 0215 and 08:00--03:30PM W 07/25-07/25 SC 0215 Section 90 is a Web-Blended Course and costs $487 (includes $20 Online Fee).O.TBA TBA 05/21-06/18 TBA and 06:30--08:00PM M 05/21-05/21 FO 3522 and 06:30--08:00PM M 06/18-06/18 FO 3522 Section 90C is a Web-Blended Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). safety and standards for licensure are also discussed. 3 hours lab) CHEM-131-NR1 08:00--10:30AM TTH 06/12-08/02 N4 0110 and 10:40--01:10PM TTH 06/12-08/02 N4 0120 Section NR1 meets at N.Summer 2012 Credit Courses Focuses on the skills necessary to organize and execute a job search. 1 credit hour: 1 hour lecture. solutions. (PCS 1.1. chemical reactions.O. Includes the licensing requirements and the design of a hazard-free environment.2. organic. Nutritional needs for development. Prerequisite: MATH 116 or MATH 16B or placement by exam into MATH 131 or above. CHEM-130-NR1 01:00--03:30PM MW 06/18-08/08 N4 0110 and 03:40--06:10PM MW 06/18-08/08 N4 0120 Section NR1 meets at N.TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Section 80R is an Online Course and costs $0 (includes $20 Online Fee). hygiene. Organic & Biochemistry (IAI: P1 903L) 4 Credit $467 Presents the basic concepts of chemistry including methods and units of measurement. Prerequisite: None. job sources. 0 hours lab) CHDV-139-90C . Prerequisite: None. (PCS 1. childhood diseases.1. (PCS 1. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. Designed for students who are preparing for various allied health programs and others requiring an understanding of general.2. CHEMISTRY Fund of Gen. 0 hours lab) CHDV-142-90C . bonding and periodic chart. chemical bonding. acids and bases.2. Infant/Toddler Care 3 Credit $330 Concentrates on the physical care and teaching techniques that foster optimum growth and development in infants and toddlers. organic chemistry.TBA TBA 05/22-06/19 TBA . 4 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. employment interviewing. 3 hours lab) CHEM-130-90 . This course may be repeated up to a maximum of 4 credit hours. (PCS 1. Nelson Campus CHEM-130-R1 08:15--10:45AM TTH 06/12-08/02 SC 0220 and 10:55--01:25PM TTH 06/12-08/02 SC 0227 CHEM-130-R2 08:15--10:45AM TTH 06/12-08/02 SC 0220 and 01:35--04:05PM TTH 06/12-08/02 SC 0227 Introduction to Chemistry I (IAI: P1 902L) 4 Credit $467 Examines chemical and physical properties of elements and compounds as they are related to atomic structure. Studies networking. Nelson Campus CHILD DEVELOPMENT Health. 4 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. and biologically important compounds and processes.

COMPUTER GRAPHICS 3D Modeling and Animation 3 Credit $342 Introduces students to the concepts and process of 3D animation utilizing advanced computer software. (PCS 1. CIS-135-MR6 05:30--10:00PM T 06/12-08/09 MC 0106 Section MR6 meets at Macoupin County Center CIS-135-NR1 12:30--03:30PM TTH 06/12-08/09 N3 0102 Section NR1 meets at N. and rendering video. surfacing. Identifies students' responsibilities and presents methods to achieve success. (PCS 1. It is recommended that students have basic keyboarding and Windows skills.2. and study skills. COLLEGE ORIENTATION New Student Experience 1 Credit $115 Introduces students to college services.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS Computer Literacy 3 Credit $350 Acquaints students with. Students will master a variety of 3D skills.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 81 is an Online Course and costs $370 (includes $20 Online Fee).) CGRD-264-T1 . Prerequisite: None. (Keyboarding recommended. including modeling. Nelson Campus CIS-135-T1 09:30--11:45AM TTH 05/22-08/09 TR 0240 CIS-135-T2 12:30--02:45PM TTH 05/22-08/09 TR 0240 . Nelson Campus CIS-135-NT6 05:30--10:00PM T 05/22-08/07 N3 0102 Section NT6 meets at N.) (PCS 1. 3 credit hours: 2 hours lecture. 2 hours lab) CGRD-240-T6 06:00--10:30PM TH 05/24-08/09 TR 0290 Computer Graphics Cooperative 3 Credit $330 Supplements class work with on-the-job experience in a computer graphics position for the Computer Graphics certificate/degree candidate. Prerequisite: C or better in all CGRD first through third semester required courses. policies.1. presentation software and Internet access methods. permission of coordinator. and trains them in the use of.1.2. Information presented covers the concepts of computer information management systems. Also note that this course is a variable credit course in which students will commit to various complexities of learning objectives and time commitments.O. business computer packages. Assists students' transition to college life and provides guidance in making individual decisions. spreadsheet. from 1 to 4 credit hour equivalencies.Summer 2012 Credit Courses and 06:30--09:50PM T 05/22-05/22 FO 3522 and 06:30--09:50PM T 05/29-05/29 FO 3522 and 06:30--09:50PM T 06/12-06/12 FO 3522 and 06:30--09:50PM T 06/19-06/19 FO 3522 Section 90C is a Web-Blended Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee).TBA TBA 07/02-08/10 TBA Section 80S is an Online Course and costs $135 (includes $20 Online Fee).O.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 80 is an Online Course and costs $370 (includes $20 Online Fee). database management. 1-4 credit hours: 80 hours must be worked for each credit hour granted. CIS-135-81 . 3 credit hours: 2 hours lecture. including word processing. 2 hours lab) CIS-135-80 . Operating systems are reviewed. (PCS 1. 1 credit hour: 1 hour lecture) COLL-130-80S .

2.O. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. professional behavior. Operating systems and common software applications used in technology disciplines are covered.2. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture) CIS-140-T6 06:00--09:20PM T 05/22-08/07 TR 0240 COMPUTER NETWORK AND SYSTEM TECHNOLOGY Computer Technology I 4 Credit $452 Prepares students for computer usage in advanced technology classes. 0 hours lab) . 2 credit hours: 160 hours must be worked. subnetting. (PCS 1. infrastructure security. (PCS 1. CNET 233. cryptography. 4 credit hours: 4 hours lecture. (PCS 1. Emphasis is placed on preparing the student to use the computer in the work setting. (PCS 1. (PCS 1. and CNET 234. Security+ is the worldwide standard of competency for foundation-level security practitioners.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA CRIMINAL JUSTICE Criminology 3 Credit $330 Covers categories of crimes. job seeking skills.0 or better and a grade of C or better in CNET 154. ethics. methods and procedures used in the creation of computer programs. Students receive classroom instruction on resume writing. types of criminals and theories of crime causation. 0 hours lab) CNET-244-C1 10:00--12:00PM MW 05/30-08/08 TR 0171 Network Technology II 3 Credit $330 Continuation of topics from Network Technology I. Prerequisite: CNET 148. taking into consideration the whole criminal justice system: police. Prerequisite: None. 0 hours lab) CNET-148-NR6 05:30--08:00PM TTH 06/12-08/02 N3 0104 Section NR6 meets at N. Prerequisite: SOCI 131 or concurrent enrollment.2. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. The course will focus on Object Oriented computer programming concepts to study logic structures. Nelson Campus Security+ 3 Credit $330 Covers the five domains of the CompTIA Security+ vendor-neutral certification exam: security concepts.O. Prerequisite: Permission of the CNET Coordinator and a cumulative GPA of 2. control and prevention. and network management.2. Nelson Campus Network Technology I 3 Credit $330 Provides students with an introduction to networking technologies.) CNET-271-T1 .2. and operational/organizational security.2.Summer 2012 Credit Courses Computer Programming Logic 3 Credit $340 Introduces students to computer logic problem solving techniques used to create computer software. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. and operating systems are introduced. Network infrastructure. protocols. Course includes wireless networking. 0 hours lab) CNET-131-NR6 05:30--09:05PM MW 06/11-08/01 N3 0104 Section NR6 meets at N. (PCS 1. Prerequisite: CNET 131. and safety. (PCS 1. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. 0 hours lab) CNET-248-C1 01:00--03:00PM MW 05/30-08/08 TR 0171 Computer Network & System Internship 2 Credit $220 Provides a work based learning experience in the area of computer hardware/software technology. hardware. Logic examples and exercises are used to develop the student's confidence and ability to solve programming problems in software development. Prerequisite: CNET 148.1. courts and corrections. communications security.

the pregnant patient. civil rights. and the cleft lip/palate patient.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA DENTAL HYGIENE Dental Hygiene Clinic Seminar II 2 Credit $220 Introduces the dental hygiene student to the oral needs of the following patients: mentally challenged. Prerequisite: CRMJ 148. In addition.Summer 2012 Credit Courses CRMJ-141-80 . Constitutional Law-Criminal Justice 3 Credit $330 Studies constitutional limitations on criminal investigation and surveillance. Prerequisite: C or better in DENT 254 or permission of instructor.2. (PCS 1. limitations on criminal procedures.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 80 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee).1. Special emphasis is placed on the recall/maintenance phase of dental hygiene care. 2 credit hours: 2 hours lecture) DENT-251-C1 02:00--03:45PM TTH 05/22-07/19 RA 0210 Dental Hygiene Practice III 3 Credit $610 Builds knowledge and competence in dental hygiene practice. 3 credit hours: 240 hours must be worked. (PCS 1. Computer Forensics 3 Credit $330 Explains how computers and networks function.2. personal freedoms. 2 hours lab) CRMJ-160-T6 05:30--10:00PM W 05/23-08/08 HK 0225 Criminal Court Procedures 3 Credit $330 Continues CRMJ 148. (PCS 1. jurisdiction and functions of juvenile agencies in Illinois. Also. Prerequisite: CIS 135. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture) CRMJ-254-80 . (PCS 1. the patient with psychiatric disorders. the topics of margination/overhang removal and hypersensitivity will be discussed. forensic science. Prerequisite DENT 250 with a C or better. provides the student with patient care experiences that correlate with. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture) CRMJ-249-80 . and litigation. the geriatric patient.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 80 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). 2 hours lecture. and allow application of. (PCS 1. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture) CRMJ-252-80 . identifies and classifies criminal offenses and court decisions. and in computer security about digital evidence and computer crime. Prerequisite: Completion of six Criminal Justice courses with a grade C or better. Exposes students to qualifications and requirements of agencies and gives them experience to meet those requirements upon graduation.) CRMJ-271-T1 . through the application of hands-on computer technology. the aim is to educate students and professionals in law enforcing. The Juvenile Offender 3 Credit $330 Presents police responsibilities with regard to juvenile delinquency. how they can be involved in crimes. and permission of program coordinator. dental hygiene procedures and lecture/lab concepts. physically challenged. (PCS 1. (PCS 1. Criminal Justice Internship 3 Credit $330 Provides criminal justice-related work-based learning experiences.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 80 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee).2. and how they can be used as the source of evidence. 3 credit hours: 15 hours lab/clinic) .TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 80 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee).2.1. 3 credit hours. the patient with cardiovascular disease. and juvenile court procedures. Studies causation factors of juvenile delinquency. Prerequisite: SOCI 131 or concurrent enrollment.2.

and comparative economic systems. ECON-151-NT6 06:30--09:50PM T 05/22-08/07 N8 0102 Section NT6 meets at N.5 lecture hours.O. (PCS 1. (PCS 1.Summer 2012 Credit Courses DENT-255-C1 and and and and 08:00--12:00PM 01:00--06:00PM MW 08:00--01:00PM T 05:00--09:00PM TTH 09:30--01:30PM TH M 05/21-07/16 05/21-07/18 RA 05/22-07/17 RA 05/22-07/19 RA 05/24-07/19 RA RA 0246 0246 0246 0246 0246 Local Anesthesia in Dentistry 2 Credit $370 Provides instruction on pain management of the dental patient through the use of local anesthesia. 2 credit hours: 1.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 80 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). Prerequisite: None. 0 hours lab) ECON-152-80 . and the clinical technique. (PCS 1. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture.4.1. Prerequisite: Placement by exam. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. firm. Nelson Campus ECON-151-P6 06:30--09:50PM MW 05/21-06/27 CW 3319 ECON-151-S1 08:00--10:15AM MWTH 07/02-08/09 CW 3319 Principles of Microeconomics (IAI: S3 902) 3 Credit $330 Explores components of U. theories of consumer. international trade. 0 hours lab) ENGL-125-T1 09:00--10:40AM TTH 05/22-08/09 CW 4304 ENGL-125-T2 12:20--01:30PM TWTH 05/22-08/09 CW 4320 ENGL-125-T3 05:30--07:10PM MW 05/21-08/08 CW 4304 First-Year English I (IAI: C1 900) . supply and demand analysis. Includes head and neck anatomy. market structures.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 80 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee).2.1. ECON-152-P1 10:30--12:45PM MWTH 05/21-06/28 CW 3319 ECON-152-S6 06:30--09:50PM MW 07/02-08/08 CW 3319 ENGLISH Basic English 3 Credit $330 Provides an extensive review of the basics of English grammar and mechanics with an emphasis on developing basic sentence skills in paragraphs. Prerequisite: C or better in DENT 254 and permission of instructor. (PCS 1.4. economy. 0 hours lab) ENGL-120-T1 10:30--12:10PM MW 05/21-08/08 CW 4304 Basic Writing 3 Credit $333 Reviews standard American English grammar and the use of main ideas and specific details in paragraph development.S. physiology. pharmacology. (PCS 1.5 hours lab) DENT-257-C1 09:00--12:00PM W 05/23-07/18 RA 0210 and 08:00--12:00PM F 05/25-07/20 RA 0246 ECONOMICS Principles of Macroeconomics (IAI: S3 901) 3 Credit $330 Explores the evolution of economic systems. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. Prerequisite: C or better in ENGL 120 or placement by exam. current economic problems. and current economic problems. and government behavior. 0 hours lab) ECON-151-80 . modern economic theory including fiscal and monetary theory and institutions. 1. medical emergencies. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture.

Prerequisite: ENGL 131.O. and critical thinking . Jerseyville ENGL-132-NT1 10:30--12:10PM TTH 05/22-08/09 N3 0110 Section NT1 meets at N. Prerequisite: None. Essentials of grammar. Nelson Campus ENGL-131-NT7 06:00--09:20PM W 05/23-08/08 N3 0110 Section NT7 meets at N.O. 2 hours lecture.O. (PCS 1. 2 credit hours. students learn the mechanics of library research and research paper writing. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. Nelson Campus ENGL-132-T1 08:30--10:20AM MW 05/21-08/08 BA 4411 ENGL-132-T6 06:00--09:20PM TH 05/24-08/09 BA 4411 Technical Communication 3 Credit $330 Prepares the student to present technical data in a variety of written and oral modes.Summer 2012 Credit Courses 3 Credit $333 Focuses on practicing. including memos. recognition. investigative reports.the bases for analytical writing. management. Jerseyville ENGL-131-NT6 06:00--09:20PM TH 05/24-08/09 N3 0110 Section NT6 meets at N. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. Nelson Campus ENGL-131-P1 08:30--10:10AM MTWTH 05/21-06/28 CW 4303 ENGL-131-P2 10:30--12:10PM MTWTH 05/21-06/28 CW 4303 ENGL-131-S1 10:30--12:10PM MTWTH 07/02-08/09 CW 4312 ENGL-131-S2 08:30--10:10AM MTWTH 07/02-08/09 CW 4312 ENGL-131-T6 06:00--09:20PM T 05/22-08/07 CW 4312 First-Year English II (IAI: C1 901R) 3 Credit $333 Offers continued practice in improving writing style and processes. Prerequisite: Completion of six Exercise Science courses with a grade C or better. 0 hours lab) ENGL-131-80 . 0 hours lab) ENGL-237-90 .2. 0 hours lab) XSCI-150-T1 08:30--10:00AM TTH 05/22-08/09 RA 0206 Exercise Science Internship 2 Credit $220 Provides off-campus. mechanics. Prerequisite: C or better in ENGL 131. educational work experience. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. skills in creating clear. 2 credit hours: 160 hours must be worked) . Use of principles of standard English is stressed throughout. Finally. utilizing analytical reading techniques applied to three literary genres. ENGL-131-JT6 06:30--09:50PM T 05/22-08/07 JC 0105 Section JT6 meets at Tri-County Center. and customer service presentations. Topics will include prevention. (PCS 1. concise. Prerequisite: Placement by exam or grade of C or better in ENGL 125. and carefully edited expository essays and summaries. Nelson Campus ENGL-132-NT6 06:00--09:20PM T 05/22-08/07 N3 0110 Section NT6 meets at N. Students learn to use MLA format and to understand plagiarism and its consequences. supervised. rehabilitation of athletic injuries. writing with sources.1.1.O.2.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 80 is an Online Course and costs $353 (includes $20 Online Fee).TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 90 is a Web-Blended Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). and bandaging and taping techniques. EXERCISE SCIENCE Introduction to Athletic Training 2 Credit $230 Introduces students to the profession of athletic training and the sports medicine team. through the writing process. The course also introduces/ reviews MLA format. (PCS 1.1. and punctuation are stressed. work orders. Exposes students to programs and experiences in fitness development or health promotion. (PCS 1. (PCS 1. 0 hours lab) ENGL-132-JT6 06:00--09:20PM W 05/23-08/08 JC LAB1 Section JT6 meets at Tri-County Center.

1. social and cultural processes that characterize modern Western Civilization beginning with ancient civilizations and ending with the seventeenth century.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 81 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). etc. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture) HEED-133-80 . HEED-133-82 . parent and community responsibilities. HEALTH Medical Terminology 3 Credit $330 Introduces the structure and function of cells.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 80 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). emphasizes the impact of the scientific revolution on modern processes. such as medical secretaries. Prerequisite: None. For students entering a medically related field. HLTH-120-T1 06:00--08:30PM T 05/22-08/07 SC 0210 HISTORY Western Civilization I (IAI: S2 902) 3 Credit $330 Explores the emergence of leading political. 0 hours lab) HIST-131-P1 08:30--10:10AM MTWTH 05/21-06/28 BA 3449 Western Civilization II (IAI: S2 903) 3 Credit $330 Beginning in the year 1500. 0 hours lecture) HIST-132-S1 10:30--12:10PM MTWTH 07/02-08/09 BA 4449 . Prerequisite: None. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. and intellectual developments of the 19th century. and culminates with historical problems of the twentieth century. Prerequisite: None.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA and 06:30--09:00PM M 05/21-05/21 NU 0101 and . Students will examine the causes and consequences behind the uneven distribution of human activity in the present-day world. (PCS 1. (PCS 1.2. (PCS 1.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 90 is a Web-Blended Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee).Summer 2012 Credit Courses XSCI-271-T1 GEOGRAPHY Human Geography (IAI: S4900N) 3 Credit $330 Introduces the basic concepts of human geography.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA . HEALTH EDUCATION Personal and Community Health 3 Credit $330 Provides scientific health information essential for meeting the needs of daily living. HEED-133-81 .1.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 82 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). organs and organ systems of the human body and the suffixes.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA and 06:30--09:00PM M 05/21-05/21 NU 0101 Section 91 is a Web-Blended Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). HLTH-120-91 . including professional. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 80 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). (PCS 1.1. medical receptionists. prefixes and combining forms of terms related to them. leading social. tissues. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture.1. political. (PCS 1. 0 hours lab) GEOG-205-80 . 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture) HLTH-120-90 . economic. cultural.

3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture.O.1. Prerequisite: None. Jerseyville HIM-140-M1 09:00--05:30PM FS 08/03-08/04 MC 0112 Section M1 meets at Macoupin County Center HIM-140-N1 09:00--05:30PM FS 07/13-07/14 N3 0123 Section N1 meets at N.TBA TBA 05/21-06/29 TBA Section 81P is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). Nelson Campus Food Service Sanitation Review .5 credit hour: 0. Topics emphasized are safe food environments.O. and local. customs and values from fifteenth-century colonization to 1877. (PCS 1. regulations. HIST-231-81P . 0 hours lab) HIST-231-80P . (PCS 1. Jerseyville HIM-149-J2 09:00--05:30PM S 06/02-06/02 JC 0105 Section J2 meets at Tri-County Center. Nelson Campus HUMANITIES Comparative Religion I (IAI: H5 904N) 3 Credit $330 . Successful completion of this course satisfies the Illinois State Constitution mandate included in the Associate Degree Graduation Requirements. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. Please note: textbook is required on the first day of class. HIST-231-P1 10:30--12:10PM MTWTH 05/21-06/28 BA 3410 American Nation: 1877 to Present (IAI: S2 901) 3 Credit $330 Explores shift in national emphasis from basic agrarianism to an industrial society 1877-present. Please note: textbook is required on the first day of class.6. (PCS 1. 0. 1 credit hour: 1 hour lecture) HIM-140-C1 09:00--05:30PM FS 06/22-06/23 TR 0158 HIM-140-J1 09:00--05:30PM FS 06/01-06/02 JC 0105 Section J1 meets at Tri-County Center. 0 hours lab) HIST-232-T6 06:30--09:50PM W 05/23-08/08 BA 3418 HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY Food Service Sanitation 1 Credit $110 Studies sanitation in relation to food preparation and service. pest control. economic. state and federal codes.5 Credit $55 Reviews the importance of sanitation in relation to food preparation.5 hour lecture) HIM-149-C1 09:00--05:30PM F 06/22-06/22 TR 0158 HIM-149-C2 09:00--05:30PM S 06/23-06/23 TR 0158 HIM-149-J1 09:00--05:30PM F 06/01-06/01 JC 0105 Section J1 meets at Tri-County Center. materials.6. equipment. Prerequisite: None.TBA TBA 05/21-06/29 TBA Section 80P is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). social and intellectual and religious evolution of American institutions. Jerseyville HIM-149-M1 09:00--05:30PM F 08/03-08/03 MC 0112 Section M1 meets at Macoupin County Center HIM-149-M2 09:00--05:30PM S 08/04-08/04 MC 0112 Section M2 meets at Macoupin County Center HIM-149-N1 09:00--05:30PM F 07/13-07/13 N3 0123 Section N1 meets at N.Summer 2012 Credit Courses American Republic: Beginning-1877 (IAI: S2 900) 3 Credit $330 Traces the political.1. including: sanitation chemicals. (PCS 1. The student prepares for and takes the Illinois Food Service Sanitation Manager Certificate examination. and inspection standards necessary to ensure sanitary dispensing of food. Prerequisite: Food Service Certificate.

1. 0 hours lab) MGMT-237-80 . (PCS 1.1. customer psychology and creative selling techniques as applied to selling situations. 0 hours lab) MGMT-242-AC65 07:30--09:25PM TH 05/24-08/09 CW 3319 MARKETING Salesmanship 3 Credit $330 Covers steps involved in a sale.toddler through the middle school years. (PCS 1. selection. and psychological influences of many cultures. labor relations. 0 hours lab) LITT-135-80 . (PCS 1.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 81 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). issues. employer and customers. LITT-136-81 . 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. (PCS 1. Human Resource Management 3 Credit $330 Covers personnel policy.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 80 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). Examines obligation to self. relating social. Scientific work management. LITT-135-P1 12:30--04:10PM MW 05/21-06/27 CW 4312 Mythology (IAI: H9 901) 3 Credit $330 Explores the main Greco-Roman myths and their relationship to modern age. executive development. and other relationships throughout the life stages. (PCS 1. Prerequisite: None. (PCS 1.Summer 2012 Credit Courses Examines the nature and functions of religion in human experience by introducing the major Eastern and Western religions. recruiting. Analysis includes genres. goal setting.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 80 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). work groups. classical organization management. authors/illustrators. Prerequisite: None. (PCS 1. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. Investigates attitudes toward women's roles in the family. leadership. interviewing. Children's Literature 3 Credit $330 Analyzes literature written for children -. job evaluations. planning.2. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. operational training. the informal organization.TBA TBA 05/21-06/29 TBA Section 80P is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee).1. remuneration. testing. political. formal and thematic elements.2. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture) LITT-140-80P . change and management science. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. the workplace. trends. and other related topics. Prerequisite: None. motivation. conflict. organizational design.2. employee needs and benefits and personnel research. MANAGEMENT Fundamentals of Management 3 Credit $330 Explores effective management practices as they apply throughout an organization. 0 hours lab) .1.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 80 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). 0 hours lab) HUMN-231-T1 10:30--12:10PM MW 05/21-08/08 FO 3500 LITERATURE Women in Literature (IAI: H3 911D) 3 Credit $330 Covers multicultural literature written by and about women. organizing. controlling. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture) LITT-136-80 .

(PCS 1. triangles. 1 hour lecture.4.4. polygons. 0 hours lab) MATH-112-80R . measurement systems conversions. reviews measurement and practical geometry emphasizing applications to perimeter. Check with the College Bookstore or the Mathematics Department for recommended models. MATH-111-JR1 10:30--12:00PM MTWTH 06/11-08/09 JC 0105 Section JR1 meets at Tri-County Center. Jerseyville MATH-111-NR1 08:50--10:20AM MTWTH 06/11-08/09 N7 0101 Section NR1 meets at N. A graphing calculator is required for this course.TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Section 80R is an Online Course and costs $474 (includes $20 Online Fee). circles. (PCS 1. (PCS 1. regular polygons and the circle.O. and solve systems of linear equations in two variables including applications. Students will solve linear equations and inequalities in one variable including applications. Nelson Campus MATH-111-R1 08:50--10:20AM MTWTH 06/11-08/09 MA 0210 MATH-111-R2 10:30--12:00PM MTWTH 06/11-08/09 MA 0211 Elementary Algebra 4 Credit $454 Presents a review of real numbers and teaches basic operations on algebraic expressions. and percents to solve real-life problems. terminology.TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Section 81R is an Online Course and costs $474 (includes $20 Online Fee). 4 credit hours: 4 hours lecture. and abbreviations.2. Jerseyville MATH-112-NR1 08:50--10:20AM MTWTH 06/11-08/09 N3 0114 Section NR1 meets at N. and constructions. area and volume of common geometric figures. Prerequisite: C or better in MATH 111 or MATH 11B or placement by exam. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. 0 hours lab) MATH-113-R1 10:30--11:40AM MTWTH 06/11-08/09 MA 0210 Technical Math for Allied Health 1 Credit $124 Provides practical background in mathematics required for technical curricula associated with careers in health care. Check with the College Bookstore or the Mathematics Department for recommended models.Summer 2012 Credit Courses MKTG-136-AC65 MATHEMATICS Prealgebra 4 Credit $454 Develops the arithmetic of real numbers. uses ratios. congruence and similarity. 0 hours lab) MATH-114-NR1 01:00--02:30PM W 06/13-08/08 N3 0118 Section NR1 meets at N. work with linear equations in two variables and graph their equations. MATH-112-JR1 08:50--10:20AM MTWTH 06/11-08/09 JC 0105 Section JR1 meets at Tri-County Center. Prerequisite: C or better in MATH 112 or MATH 12B or placement by exam. A graphing calculator is required for this course.O. proportions. construct equations of a straight line. 1 credit hour. 0 hours lab) MATH-111-80R . Nelson Campus MATH-112-R1 08:50--10:20AM MTWTH 06/11-08/09 MA 0307 MATH-112-R2 10:30--12:00PM MTWTH 06/11-08/09 MA 0307 Plane Geometry 3 Credit $344 Presents lines and angles. 4 credit hours: 4 hours lecture. Prerequisite: Placement by exam. A calculator is required for this course. (PCS 1. Prerequisite: C or better in MATH 111 or MATH 11B or placement by exam. Check with the College Bookstore or the Mathematics Department for recommended models.TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Section 80R is an Online Course and costs $474 (includes $20 Online Fee). integrates the use of graphing calculator technology. Nelson Campus 05:30--07:25PM W 05/23-08/08 CW 3312 .O. methods of proof. Nelson Campus MATH-114-NR2 01:00--02:30PM M 06/11-08/06 N3 0118 Section NR2 meets at N. MATH-112-81R . Reviews computational fundamentals and emphasizes problem solving that requires unit analysis.4.O.

Computer software is required for this course. integers. solving quadratic equations by factoring. Nelson Campus MATH-116-R1 08:50--10:20AM MTWTH 06/11-08/09 MA 0309 MATH-116-R2 10:30--12:00PM MTWTH 06/11-08/09 MA 0309 Prealgebra I 2 Credit $220 Develops the arithmetic of real numbers: including computations of whole numbers. Check with the College Bookstore or the Mathematics Department for recommended models.4. and radical equations. solving rational. A graphing calculator is required for this course. 2 credit hours: 2 hours lecture. and use of the quadratic formula. (PCS 1. Prerequisite: C or better in MATH 11A or placement by exam. and their respective applications. Prerequisite: C or better in MATH 11B or placement by exam. Introduces linear equations in two variables.4. all operations of polynomials. (PCS 1. completing the square. Presents rules of exponents including scientific notation and presents all operations of polynomials. factoring. and radicals. and percents to solve real-life problems. 0 hours lab) MATH-12A-P6 05:20--06:50PM MTTH 05/21-06/28 MA 0210 Elementary Algebra II 2 Credit $220 Introduce linear equations in two variables. 2 credit hours: 2 hours lecture.4. Prerequisite: C or better in MATH 112 or MATH 12B or placement by exam. 0 hours lab) MATH-12B-S6 05:20--06:50PM MTTH 07/02-08/09 MA 0210 College Algebra 4 Credit $454 . Prerequisite: Placement by exam. MATH-116-NR1 10:30--12:00PM MTWTH 06/11-08/09 N3 0114 Section NR1 meets at N. 0 hours lab) MATH-11B-S6 05:20--06:50PM MTTH 07/02-08/09 MA 0212 Elementary Algebra I 2 Credit $220 Presents a review of real numbers and basic operations on algebraic expressions. simplification of rational exponents. 2 credit hours: 2 hours lecture. 0 hours lab) MATH-11A-P6 05:20--06:50PM MTTH 05/21-06/28 MA 0212 Prealgebra II 2 Credit $220 Develops the arithmetic of decimal numbers. and solve systems of linear equations in two variables including applications. Prerequisite: C or better in MATH 12A or placement by exam. absolute value. Check with the College Bookstore or the Mathematics Department for recommended models. and solving equations graphically. uses ratios.Summer 2012 Credit Courses MATH-114-R1 MATH-114-R2 MATH-114-R3 12:20--01:50PM 12:20--01:50PM 12:20--01:50PM M T W 06/11-08/06 06/12-08/07 06/13-08/08 MA MA MA 0211 0211 0211 Intermediate Algebra 4 Credit $454 Presents rules of exponents including scientific notation. construct equations of a straight line. reviews measurement and practical geometry emphasizing applications to perimeter. roots.4. proportions. A graphing calculator is required for this course. area. 0 hours lab) MATH-116-80R . A graphing calculator is required for this course.4. operations on rational algebraic expressions. and integrates the use of graphing calculator technology. 4 credit hours: 4 hours lecture. (PCS 1. Students will solve linear equations and inequalities in one variable including applications. Check with the College Bookstore or the Mathematics Department for recommended models.TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Section 81R is an Online Course and costs $474 (includes $20 Online Fee). Computer software is required for this course. Students will graph linear equations in two variables. (PCS 1. MATH-116-81R .TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Section 80R is an Online Course and costs $474 (includes $20 Online Fee). and fractions.O. volume and surface area of common geometric figures. 2 credit hours: 2 hours lecture. (PCS 1.

proportion. algebraic functions. logarithms. Integrates graphing calculator technology into the learning process. and their personal lives. angular measure. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture.1. 0 hours lab) MATH-145-80R . radian measure.1. ratio. Check with the College Bookstore or the Mathematics Department for recommended models. inverse trigonometric functions. 0 hours lab) MATH-131-80R . 4 credit hours: 4 hours lecture. trigonometric functions. A graphing calculator is required for this course. and variation. (PCS 1. Prerequisite: C or better in MATH 116 or MATH 16B or placement by exam. (PCS 1. systems of equations and inequalities. MATH-131-R1 08:50--10:20AM MTWTH 06/11-08/09 MA 0308 Trigonometry 3 Credit $344 Presents trigonometric functions. A graphing calculator is required for this course. 4 credit hours: 4 hours lecture. Check with the College Bookstore or the Mathematics Department for recommended models. matrices and determinants and their applications. first and second degree equations and inequalities.1. MATH-145-R1 10:30--12:00PM MTWTH 06/11-08/09 MA 0308 Finite Mathematics (IAI: M1 906) . functions and graphs. logarithmic and exponential functions. (PCS 1. binomial expansion. mathematical induction. inverse trigonometric functions.Summer 2012 Credit Courses Presents algebraic and graphical solutions of linear and non-linear equations and inequalities and their applications. trigonometric equations. Prerequisite: C or better in MATH 116 or MATH 16B or placement by exam. Prerequisite: MATH 131 (which may be taken concurrently) or placement by exam. The emphasis on learning mathematics by doing mathematics will allow students to build their own knowledge base of algebraic and geometric models. theory of equations. 0 hours lab) MATH-134-R1 10:30--12:35PMMTWTH 06/11-08/09 MA 0310 Elementary Mathematical Modeling (IAI: M1 907) 3 Credit $344 Provides the opportunity for students to be active participants in the solution of important. Emphasizes the use of microcomputers and calculators to perform analyses throughout the course. complex numbers. complex numbers. Prerequisite: C or better in MATH 116 or MATH 16B or placement by exam. variation and graphs of the trigonometric functions. 5 credit hours: 5 hours lecture. solution of right and oblique triangles. 0 hours lab) MATH-132-R1 10:30--11:40AM MTWTH 06/11-08/09 MA 0209 Pre-Calculus 5 Credit $564 Presents operations on algebraic expressions. graphing of trigonometric functions. and MATH 113 or high school geometry. fundamental identities.1. polar and parametric equations. organization and interpretation of both univariate and bivariate quantitative data using graphical and numerical descriptive methods. Check with the College Bookstore or the Mathematics Department for recommended models. trigonometric identities and equations. Check with the College Bookstore or the Mathematics Department for recommended models. 0 hours lab) MATH-137-R1 09:00--10:10AM MTWTH 06/11-08/09 MA 0207 General Education Statistics (IAI: M1 902) 4 Credit $454 Examines the collection.1. the right triangle. A graphing calculator is required for this course. A graphing calculator is required for this course. (PCS 1. systems of linear and non-linear equations.TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Section 80R is an Online Course and costs $474 (includes $20 Online Fee). The course will also help students to acquire the mathematical "habits of mind" necessary to use mathematics and mathematical principles in their subsequent course work. theory of equations. ratio and proportion.TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Section 80R is an Online Course and costs $474 (includes $20 Online Fee). (PCS 1. develops necessary sampling distribution theory through computer simulation and actual experimentation. interesting and challenging problems. Prerequisite: C or better in MATH 116 or MATH 16B or placement by exam and C or better in MATH 113 or high school geometry. functions and graphing. provides the opportunity to design and carry out real experiments to estimate unknown population parameters and to test hypotheses about those parameters. their jobs.

2 credit hours: 2 hours lecture. (PCS 1. Check with the College Bookstore or the Mathematics Department for recommended models.1. chain rule. A graphing calculator is required for this course. probability theory. 0 hours lab) MATH-16A-P6 07:00--08:30PM MTTH 05/21-06/28 MA 0210 Intermediate Algebra II 2 Credit $220 Presents solving quadratic equations by completing the square and using the quadratic formula. applications of differentiation. biology and medicine.4. 4 credit hours: 4 hours lecture. Prerequisite: C or better in MATH 16A or placement by exam. simplifying rational exponents. measures of central tendency and variability.4. A graphing calculator is required for this course. functions. Check with the College Bookstore or the Mathematics Department for recommended models. social and life sciences. related rates. 0 hours lab) MATH-171-90T . solving rational equations and their respective applications. Check with the College Bookstore or the Mathematics Department for recommended models. (PCS 1.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA and 05:30--07:30PM M 05/21-05/21 MA 0207 and 05:30--07:30PM W 06/06-06/06 MA 0207 and 05:30--07:30PM M 06/18-06/18 MA 0207 and 05:30--07:30PM M 07/02-07/02 MA 0207 and 05:30--07:30PM W 07/11-07/11 MA 0207 and 05:30--07:30PM W 07/25-07/25 MA 0207 Section 90T is a Web-Blended Course and costs $584 (includes $20 Online Fee). engineering. the theory of sequences. (PCS 1. and their respective applications. 0 hours lab) MATH-160-R1 09:00--10:10AM MTWTH 06/11-08/09 MA 0212 Calculus for Busn & Social Science (IAI: M1 900-B) 4 Credit $454 Introduces calculus as it is applied to business. solving absolute value and radical equations. and radicals. Check with the College Bookstore or the Mathematics Department for recommended models. 2 credit hours: 2 hours lecture. Includes assembly and summarization of data. and solving equations graphically. 5 credit hours: 5 hours lecture. Prerequisite: C or better in MATH 12B or placement by exam. (PCS 1. curve sketching. Prerequisite: C or better in MATH 131 and either MATH 113 or high school geometry. antiderivatives. A graphing calculator is required for this course. A graphing calculator is required for this course. For students planning to major in these areas rather than in mathematics. the social sciences. Prerequisite: C or better in MATH 131. introduction to integration. roots. discrete and continuous probability distributions. the behavioral sciences. (PCS 1. including probability and how uncertainty is dealt with in real life. . A graphing calculator is required for this course. Statistics (IAI: M1 902) 4 Credit $454 Examines basic concepts of statistical analysis used in decision making in business. implicit differentiation. discrete probability theory.Summer 2012 Credit Courses 3 Credit $344 Presents a variety of topics from linear algebra. physics or chemistry. and solving equations graphically. and MATH 113 or high school geometry. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. Computer software is required for this course. 0 hours lab) MATH-16B-S6 07:00--08:30PM MTTH 07/02-08/09 MA 0210 Calculus and Analytic Geometry I (IAI: M1 900-1) 5 Credit $564 Presents straight lines. Check with the College Bookstore or the Mathematics Department for recommended models. Prerequisite: C or better in MATH 132 or placement by exam.1. operations on rational algebraic expressions. Computer software is required for this course. areas by integration and numerical methods. solving quadratic equations by factoring. limits and continuity.1. 0 hours lab) MATH-165-R1 10:30--12:00PM MTWTH 06/11-08/09 MA 0212 Intermediate Algebra I 2 Credit $220 Presents factoring. and recurrence relations with an emphasis on practical applications and problem solving. mean value theorem. mathematical induction. economics. the derivative.

orthogonality. Introduces stylistic elements. Examines the music cultures of several non-western societies. rank of a matrix. and literature of the various historical periods. No previous music background is necessary.and two-sample hypothesis testing for means and proportions. (PCS 1. range and kernel of a linear transformation.1. Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor. A graphing calculator is required for this course. MUSI-134-P1 08:30--10:10AM MTWTH 05/21-06/28 MB 0122 Minor Instruction: Flute & Piccolo 2 Credit $335 Private music instruction designed for students who have to study a secondary instrument for degree requirements or for students who perform at the college level and who are not music majors. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. and proofs. multiple regression. inverse of a matrix. MATH-235-R1 08:50--10:20AM MTWTH 06/11-08/09 MA 0209 Linear Algebra 3 Credit $330 Introduces abstract mathematics and provides useful applications outside mathematics.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 80 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). 0 hours lab) MUSI-130-80 . correlation regression analysis. rhythm. Check with the College Bookstore or the Mathematics Department for recommended models. 0 hours lab) MUSI-134-80 . 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. Prerequisite: C or better in MATH 131 and either MATH 113 or high school geometry. A graphing calculator is required for this course. basis and dimension. Check with the College Bookstore or the Mathematics Department for recommended models. MUSI-130-P1 08:30--10:10AM MTWTH 05/21-06/28 MB 0128 MUSI-130-S1 08:30--10:10AM MTWTH 07/02-08/09 MB 0128 Non-Western Music (IAI: F1 903N) 3 Credit $330 Covers the basic elements of music (melody.Summer 2012 Credit Courses estimation. matrices. (PCS 1.1. composites. A final jury examination is required. (PCS 1. No previous music background is necessary. harmony. operations on matrices. linear transformations. solution of systems of linear equations.1. 2 credit hours: 1 hour lecture. The course may be repeated for a maximum of eight credit hours. and form) and perceptive listening as they relate to non-western music. and inverses of linear transformations. Prerequisite: C or better in MATH 172. (PCS 1. MUSI-130-81 .1. and one-way analysis of variance. Includes one thirty-minute lesson per week and two one-hour master classes per semester. linear dependence and independence. sums. includes vectors. but desire private . quadratic forms. Attendance at applied student recitals and outside performances is mandatory. 0 hours lab) MATH-274-R1 09:00--10:10AM MTWTH 06/11-08/09 MA 0211 MUSIC Appreciation of Music (IAI: F1 900) 3 Credit $330 Presents basic elements of music. but desire private instruction. vector spaces and subspaces. 0 hours lab) MATH-235-80R . 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 81 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). (PCS 1. 4 credit hours: 4 hours lecture. Prerequisite: None. chi-square. and develops perceptive listening skills and understanding.TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Section 80R is an Online Course and costs $474 (includes $20 Online Fee). Integrates graphing calculator technology and statistical computer software in the learning process. one.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 80 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). composers. 6 hours lab) MUSI-183-T1 .1.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Minor Instruction: Oboe & Engl Horn 2 Credit $335 Private music instruction designed for students who have to study a secondary instrument for degree requirements or for students who perform at the college level and who are not music majors.

A final jury examination is required. (PCS 1.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Minor Instruction: Trumpet 2 Credit $335 Private music instruction designed for students who have to study a secondary instrument for degree requirements or for students who perform at the college level and who are not music majors. 6 hours lab) MUSI-187-T1 . The course may be repeated for a maximum of eight credit hours.1.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Minor Instruction: Tuba . Includes one thirty-minute lesson per week and two one-hour master classes per semester. A final jury examination is required. Includes one thirty-minute lesson per week and two one-hour master classes per semester. (PCS 1.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Minor Instruction: Clarinet 2 Credit $335 Private music instruction designed for students who have to study a secondary instrument for degree requirements or for students who perform at the college level and who are not music majors.1. (PCS 1. Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor. A final jury examination is required. Attendance at applied student recitals and outside performances is mandatory. 2 credit hours: 1 hour lecture. but desire private instruction.1. 6 hours lab) MUSI-189-T1 . but desire private instruction. 6 hours lab) MUSI-188-T1 . Attendance at applied student recitals and outside performances is mandatory. 6 hours lab) MUSI-184-T1 . Attendance at applied student recitals and outside performances is mandatory. Includes one thirty-minute lesson per week and two one-hour master classes per semester.Summer 2012 Credit Courses instruction.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Minor Instruction: Bassoon 2 Credit $335 Private music instruction designed for students who have to study a secondary instrument for degree requirements or for students who perform at the college level and who are not music majors. Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor. The course may be repeated for a maximum of eight credit hours. The course may be repeated for a maximum of eight credit hours. 2 credit hours: 1 hour lecture. The course may be repeated for a maximum of eight credit hours. 6 hours lab) MUSI-185-T1 . (PCS 1. 2 credit hours: 1 hour lecture. Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor. Includes one thirty-minute lesson per week and two one-hour master classes per semester. The course may be repeated for a maximum of eight credit hours. 2 credit hours: 1 hour lecture. 2 credit hours: 1 hour lecture.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Minor Instruction: Saxophone 2 Credit $335 Private music instruction designed for students who have to study a secondary instrument for degree requirements or for students who perform at the college level and who are not music majors. but desire private instruction. 2 credit hours: 1 hour lecture.1. A final jury examination is required. Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor. Includes one thirty-minute lesson per week and two one-hour master classes per semester.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Minor Instruction: Trombone 2 Credit $335 Private music instruction designed for students who have to study a secondary instrument for degree requirements or for students who perform at the college level and who are not music majors. Attendance at applied student recitals and outside performances is mandatory. Includes one thirty-minute lesson per week and two one-hour master classes per semester. Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor. but desire private instruction. A final jury examination is required. Attendance at applied student recitals and outside performances is mandatory. (PCS 1. but desire private instruction.1.1. The course may be repeated for a maximum of eight credit hours. Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor. Attendance at applied student recitals and outside performances is mandatory. A final jury examination is required. (PCS 1. 6 hours lab) MUSI-186-T1 .

but desire private instruction.1. Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Minor Instruction: Violin 2 Credit $335 Private music instruction designed for students who have to study a secondary instrument for degree requirements or for students who perform at the college level and who are not music majors. Includes one thirty-minute lesson per week and two one-hour master classes per semester. 6 hours lab) MUSI-191-T1 . Attendance at applied student recitals and outside performances is mandatory. A final jury examination is required.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Minor Instruction: Guitar 2 Credit $335 Private music instruction designed for students who have to study a secondary instrument for degree requirements or for students who perform at the college level and who are not music majors.1. but desire private instruction. Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor. 6 hours lab) MUSI-192-T1 . (PCS 1. A final jury examination is required.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Minor Instruction: Electric Bass 2 Credit $335 Private music instruction designed for students who have to study a secondary instrument for degree requirements or for students who perform at the college level and who are not music majors. (PCS 1. Includes one thirty-minute lesson per week and two one-hour master classes per semester. 6 hours lab) . but desire private instruction.1. but desire private instruction. 2 credit hours: 1 hour lecture. Includes one thirty-minute lesson per week and two one-hour master classes per semester. The course may be repeated for a maximum of eight credit hours. (PCS 1. The course may be repeated for a maximum of eight credit hours. The course may be repeated for a maximum of eight credit hours. A final jury examination is required.1.Summer 2012 Credit Courses 2 Credit $335 Private music instruction designed for students who have to study a secondary instrument for degree requirements or for students who perform at the college level and who are not music majors.1. Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor. A final jury examination is required. The course may be repeated for a maximum of eight credit hours. Attendance at applied student recitals and outside performances is mandatory. 6 hours lab) MUSI-193-T1 .TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Minor Instruction: Percussion 2 Credit $335 Private music instruction designed for students who have to study a secondary instrument for degree requirements or for students who perform at the college level and who are not music majors. A final jury examination is required. The course may be repeated for a maximum of eight credit hours.1. Attendance at applied student recitals and outside performances is mandatory. 2 credit hours: 1 hour lecture. Includes one thirty-minute lesson per week and two one-hour master classes per semester. Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor. (PCS 1.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Minor Instruction: String Bass 2 Credit $335 Private music instruction designed for students who have to study a secondary instrument for degree requirements or for students who perform at the college level and who are not music majors. 6 hours lab) MUSI-194-T1 . but desire private instruction. 2 credit hours: 1 hour lecture. (PCS 1. Attendance at applied student recitals and outside performances is mandatory. (PCS 1. Includes one thirty-minute lesson per week and two one-hour master classes per semester. Includes one thirty-minute lesson per week and two one-hour master classes per semester. A final jury examination is required. 2 credit hours: 1 hour lecture. 6 hours lab) MUSI-190-T1 . The course may be repeated for a maximum of eight credit hours. Attendance at applied student recitals and outside performances is mandatory. 2 credit hours: 1 hour lecture. Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor. but desire private instruction. 2 credit hours: 1 hour lecture. Attendance at applied student recitals and outside performances is mandatory. Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor.

6 hours lab) MUSI-198-T1 .TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA MUSI-197-T2 . Brazilian. Includes one thirty-minute lesson per week and two one-hour master classes per semester.1. The course will include description and aural-visual examples of jazz techniques and processes.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Minor Instruction: Organ 2 Credit $335 Private music instruction designed for students who have to study a secondary instrument for degree requirements or for students who perform at the college level and who are not music majors.1. Attendance at applied student recitals and outside performances is mandatory. The course may be repeated for a maximum of eight credit hours. Haitian.1.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Minor Instruction: Piano 2 Credit $335 Private music instruction designed for students who have to study a secondary instrument for degree requirements or for students who perform at the college level and who are not music majors. Prerequisite for first-time enrollees or applicable repeating students: MUSI 157 or concurrent enrollment and consent of the instructor. Includes one thirty-minute lesson per week and two one-hour master classes per semester. Includes one thirty-minute lesson per week and two one-hour master classes per semester. A final jury examination is required. 6 hours lab) MUSI-199-T1 . 0 hours lab) MUSI-232-P1 12:30--02:10PM MTWTH 05/21-06/28 MB 0128 MUSI-232-S1 12:30--02:10PM MTWTH 07/02-08/09 MB 0128 NURSE ASSISTANT Basic Nurse Assistant Training . Attendance at applied student recitals and outside performances is mandatory. but desire private instruction. Includes one thirty-minute lesson per week and two one-hour master classes per semester. and Cuban influences in the development of jazz style. but desire private instruction. (PCS 1. 2 credit hours: 1 hour lecture. The course may be repeated for a maximum of eight credit hours. (PCS 1. Attendance at applied student recitals and outside performances is mandatory. A final jury examination is required. (PCS 1. 2 credit hours: 1 hour lecture. 2 credit hours: 1 hour lecture.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA MUSI-197-T3 . but desire private instruction. (PCS 1. 6 hours lab) MUSI-197-T1 . A final jury examination is required. Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor. The course may be repeated for a maximum of eight credit hours. (PCS 1. but desire private instruction. Prerequisite for second-time enrollees or applicable repeating students: MUSI 158 or concurrent enrollment and consent of the instructor. Caribbean.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Minor Instruction: Voice 2 Credit $335 Private music instruction designed for students who have to study a secondary instrument for degree requirements or for students who perform at the college level and who are not music majors. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. 6 hours lab) MUSI-196-T1 . The course may be repeated for a maximum of eight credit hours.1.1. Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Minor Instruction: Other Instrument 2 Credit $335 Private music instruction designed for students who have to study a secondary instrument for degree requirements or for students who perform at the college level and who are not music majors. Prerequisite: Consent of the instructor. A final jury examination is required.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Jazz in Multicultural America (IAI: F1 905D) 3 Credit $330 Provides historical background and traces the African-American. 2 credit hours: 1 hour lecture.Summer 2012 Credit Courses MUSI-195-T1 . Attendance at applied student recitals and outside performances is mandatory.

The Illinois Department of Public Health requires that all Nurse Assistant students have a Livescan (fingerprint) criminal background check within 10 days of the start of class. 0 hours lab) NURS-129-C1 09:00--01:00PM MTWTH 06/11-06/14 NU L103 and 09:00--01:00PM M 06/11-06/11 NU 0212 and 09:00--01:00PM M 06/11-06/11 NU 0106 and 09:00--01:00PM M 06/11-06/11 NU 0110 OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT Special Population Interventions 4 Credit $480 . Prerequisite: Interest in the Associate Degree Nursing Program. 3 hours clinical) NUAD-120-C1 04:30--08:30PM TWTH 05/22-07/26 NU L218 NUAD-120-C2 09:00--01:00PM MTWTH 05/21-07/12 NU L230 NUAD-120-C6 09:00--01:00PM TWTH 05/22-07/26 NU L218 NUAD-120-C7 05:00--09:00PM TWTH 05/22-07/26 NU L230 NUAD-120-F804 09:00--02:30PM TTH 05/22-08/09 EDEN TBA Section F804 meets at Eden Village. lab. Teaches the nursing assistant to function as an effective member of the nursing team in the delivery of patient care. Successful completers qualify for the Illinois Nurse Assistance Competency Examination. (PCS 1. 3. Glen Carbon NUAD-120-F805 04:00--09:00PM MTWTH 05/21-07/12 JHOS TBA Section F805 meets at Jersey Community Hospital NURSING Obstetrical Nursing Review 1 Credit $110 Reviews obstetrical nursing for LPNs in preparation for the standardized proficiency examination. There is a $40 fee for this service. which will be payable the day of the Livescan. 1 credit hour: 1 hour lecture. Prerequisite: LPN and admission to the ADN program. and six mandatory 8-hour clinical days outside of the regular scheduled class sessions (dates/times to be arranged). Prerequisite: See admission requirements. 6 credit hours: 4 hours lecture. The college will make arrangements for an IDPH approved vendor to do this on campus. Students who have questions or a criminal background should contact the Coordinator of the Nurse Assistant Program for more information on determining their eligibility for the program or their ability to complete the program. (PCS 1. 1 credit hour: 1 hour lecture. (PCS 1. 0 hours lab) NURS-115-C1 08:30--04:30PM TTH 05/22-05/24 NU L103 Preparation for ADN Education 1 Credit $110 Prepares prospective nursing students for entrance into the Associate Degree Nursing program. (PCS 1. and home healthcare settings. There will be an orientation prior to the class start date to discuss this as well as other class requirements. This is a variable credit course in which students will commit to various complexities of learning objectives and time commitments. Explores the role of the Registered Nurse and trends in nursing education.Summer 2012 Credit Courses 6 Credit $730 Provides Basic Nurse Assistant instruction through theory. Pass/Fail grades will be given. nursing homes.5 hours lab.6. up to three lecture credit hour equivalencies. Adequate time is utilized in orienting the student to the work environment and responsibilities in order to provide a basis for quality patient care and team morale. 1-3 credit hours: 1-3 hours lecture. Prerequisite: LPN and admission to the ADN program.2.6. Attendance at the orientation is mandatory. under the direct supervision of a Registered Professional or Licensed Practical Nurse in hospitals. 0 hours lab) NURS-113-C1 08:30--04:30PM TTH 06/05-06/07 NU L103 Psychiatric Nursing Review 1 Credit $110 Reviews psychiatric nursing for LPNs in preparation for the standardized proficiency examination.6. Students assess personal levels of preparation and present methods of improving study skills.

and PSYC 232. Not designed for Office Technology program majors. learning disabilities. (PCS 1. Prerequisite: None. Student's skills will be diagnosed at beginning of course and drills will be assigned on an individual basis. and those who have multiple disabilities. and presentation graphics. spreadsheet. Prerequisite: None. Covers file management concepts and techniques. 2 hours lab) OCTA-246-01 09:00--11:15AMTTH 05/22-07/19 MA 0111 and 12:15--01:45PM TTH 05/22-07/19 MA 0122 OCTA-246-02 09:00--11:15AMTTH 05/22-07/19 MA 0111 and 12:15--01:45PM TTH 05/22-07/19 MA 0132 OCTA-246-03 09:00--11:15AMTTH 05/22-07/19 MA 0111 and 12:15--01:45PM TTH 05/22-07/19 MA 0109 OFFICE TECHNOLOGY Introduction to Keyboarding 1 Credit $117 Develops basic keyboarding skills for students who have no previous experience with keyboards. (PCS 1.TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Section 80R is an Online Course and costs $130 (includes $13 Online Fee). Pass/Fail grades may be given.2. 0 hours lecture) OTEC-019-80R . Pass/Fail grades may be given. This course may be taught in an individualized learning format in which case an instructor is with the students to facilitate the learning process.TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Section 80R is an Online Course and costs $130 (includes $13 Online Fee).2. and psychosocial needs of the individual will be explored. Overview of state and federal laws that impact OT's role within the school setting.5 hours lecture. Successful completion of OTEC 111 and OTEC 211 will prepare students for the Microsoft Certified Application Specialist Word exam. OCTA 242. intervention methods appropriate to remediation of specific client deficits will be discussed. OCTA 250. (PCS 1. 1 credit hour: 0 hours lecture. supportive employment programs. Prerequisite: C or better in OCTA 234. This course may be taught in an individualized learning format in which case an instructor is with the students to facilitate the learning process. Microsoft Word (Level 1) 2 Credit $227 Introduces Microsoft Word skills. 2 hours lab) OTEC-024-80R . Includes demonstrations and hands-on use of Windows accessory programs applications and application software including word processing. vocational.Summer 2012 Credit Courses Introduces intervention and management of services to individuals with developmental disabilities. (PCS 1. This course may be taught in an individualized learning format in which case an instructor is with the students to facilitate the learning process. May be repeated two times. and industrial rehabilitation programs will be emphasized. educational. 4 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. 2 credit hours: 1. This course is part of the Office Clerk program that provides the training components needed for entrylevel employment in office-type jobs. Development of job analysis skills and methods of rehabilitating the injured or disabled worker will be introduced. Identification of wellness programs. A diagnostic approach is taken to identify and overcome specific problems which hinder fast. Introduces e-mail concepts. accurate typing. 1 hour lab) OTEC-026-80R . Prerequisite: None.2. It is recommended that students have basic keyboarding skills.2. physical. Occupational therapy evaluations. Students will understand the difference between educational and medical models of service. 1 credit hour: 2 hours lab. OTEC-024-R6 05:30--07:00PM TTH 06/12-08/09 TR 0262 Basic Computer and Windows Skills 2 Credit $232 Introduces the students to the computer system and the Windows operating system. It is recommended that students have basic keyboarding . OCTA 238. OTEC-019-R2 10:00--11:30AM TTH 06/12-08/09 TR 0262 OTEC-019-R6 05:30--07:00PM TTH 06/12-08/09 TR 0262 Speed and Accuracy Training 1 Credit $117 Concentrates on speed and/or accuracy improvement for students who have previously completed OTEC 019. Cognitive.TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Section 80R is an Online Course and costs $240 (includes $8 Online Fee).

Successful completion of OTEC 113 and OTEC 213 will prepare students for Microsoft Certified Application Specialist Access exam. OTEC-113-R6 05:30--07:25PM TTH 06/12-08/09 TR 0262 Microsoft PowerPoint (Level 1) 2 Credit $227 Introduces Microsoft PowerPoint skills. 1 hour lab) OTEC-116-80R . Successful completion of OTEC 112 and OTEC 212 will prepare students for Microsoft Certified Application Specialist Excel exam.5 hours lecture.5 hours lecture. Prerequisite: None. This course may be taught in an individualized learning format in which case an instructor is with the students to facilitate the learning process. and postcards. flyers. (PCS 1. Prerequisite: None. 1 credit hour: 0 hours lecture. (PCS 1.TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Section 80R is an Online Course and costs $240 (includes $13 Online Fee). Prerequisite: None. Microsoft Publisher 1 Credit $117 Presents the features of Microsoft Publisher software.2. business cards.2. (PCS 1. It is recommended that students have basic keyboarding and Windows skills. Students will use Publisher features to create brochures. This course may be taught in an individualized learning format in which case an instructor is with the students to facilitate the learning process. 2 credit hours: 1.TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Section 80R is an Online Course and costs $240 (includes $13 Online Fee). 1 hour lab) OTEC-113-80R . 2 credit hours: 1. OTEC-111-R6 05:30--07:25PM TTH 06/12-08/09 TR 0262 Microsoft Excel (Level 1) 2 Credit $227 Introduces Microsoft Excel skills. Successful completion will prepare students for Microsoft Certified Application Specialist exam.TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Section 80R is an Online Course and costs $240 (includes $13 Online Fee). It is recommended that students have basic keyboarding and Windows skills.TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Section 80R is an Online Course and costs $240 (includes $13 Online Fee). OTEC-112-R6 05:30--07:25PM TTH 06/12-08/09 TR 0262 Microsoft Access (Level 1) 2 Credit $227 Introduces Microsoft Access skills.2. newsletters. It is recommended that students have basic keyboarding and Windows skills. This course may be taught in an individualized learning format in which case an instructor is with the students to facilitate the learning process. (PCS 1. OTEC-115-R6 05:30--07:00PM TTH 06/12-08/09 TR 0262 Microsoft Windows 2 Credit $227 Introduces Microsoft Windows environment system and accessories. 2 credit hours: 1. (PCS 1. 2 credit hours: 1.5 hours lecture. 2 hours lab) OTEC-115-80R . It is recommended that students have basic keyboarding and Windows skills. Successful completion of OTEC 114 and OTEC 214 will prepare students for Microsoft Certified Application Specialist PowerPoint exam.2.5 hours lecture. Prerequisite: None. (PCS 1.2.TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Section 80R is an Online Course and costs $130 (includes $13 Online Fee). 1 hour lab) OTEC-111-80R .5 hours lecture.Summer 2012 Credit Courses and Windows skills. This course may be taught in an individualized learning format in which case an instructor is with the students to facilitate the learning process. It is recommended that students have basic keyboarding and Windows skills. This course may be taught in an individualized learning format in which case an instructor is with the students to facilitate the learning process. Prerequisite: None. This course may be taught in an individualized learning format in which case an instructor is with the students to facilitate the learning process. 2 credit hours: 1. 1 hour lab) OTEC-112-80R .2.TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA . 1 hour lab) OTEC-114-80R .

create and edit text.2. manuscripts. spell check. 4 hours lab) OTEC-120-R2 09:00--12:15PM TWTH 06/12-08/09 TR 0262 Formatting/Word Processing 3 Credit $342 Improves skills and knowledge conducive to production keyboarding. 4 hours lab) OTEC-121-80R . and tables. develops proficiency in using word processing software and practice in basic features: save. 1 credit hour: o hours lecture. Legal Procedures 3 Credit $330 . tables. set tabs.TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Section 80R is an Online Course and costs $130 (includes $13 Online Fee). filing rules. and speed and accuracy development. (PCS 1. (PCS 1. practices. print. bold.2 3 credit hour: 1 hour lecture. Keyboarding 1 Credit $117 Develops basic keyboarding skills. Takes a diagnostic approach to identify and overcome specific problems which hinder fast. text enhancements. and reports. underline. The course may be repeated twice.TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Section 80R is an Online Course and costs $130 (includes $13 Online Fee). change margins. This course may be taught in an individualized learning format in which case an instructor is with the students to facilitate the learning process. and systems. (Student's demonstration of ability during first week of class will determine whether goal is speed.2. formatting of business communications.2. accurate typing. and word processing skills: headers and footers. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. and disposal. Prerequisite: Qualify for READ 125 and ENGL 125 or above by appropriate L&C placement test score. 1 credit hour: 0 hours lecture. OTEC-119-R2 10:00--11:30AM TTH 06/12-08/09 TR 0262 OTEC-119-R6 05:30--07:00PM TTH 06/12-08/09 TR 0262 Keyboarding/Formatting 4 Credit $452 Develops and reinforces basic keyboarding skills.TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Section 80R is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $13 Online Fee).2. introduces formatting of simple business letters. This course may be taught in an individualized learning format in which case an instructor is with the students to facilitate the learning process. accuracy. OTEC-121-R6 05:30--09:15PM TTH 06/12-08/09 TR 0262 Speed and Accuracy Development 1 Credit $117 Concentrates on speed and/or accuracy development for students who possess a minimum of basic typing skills. open. or both. (PCS 1. and page numbering. technique. line spacing. tables. 2 hours lab) OTEC-124-80R . Prerequisite: C or better in OTEC 120 or keyboarding test. 2 hours lab) OTEC-119-80R .Summer 2012 Credit Courses Section 80R is an Online Course and costs $240 (includes $13 Online Fee). 0 hours lab) OTEC-130-80R . Prerequisite: Qualify for ENGL 125 and READ 125 by appropriate L&C placement test score. 4 credit hours: 2 hours lecture. introduces basic file management and computer skills. Introduces automated records control and computerized filing. OTEC-124-R6 05:30--07:00PM TTH 06/12-08/09 TR 0262 Records Management 3 Credit $337 Introduces records control. and template documents. This course may be taught in an individualized learning format in which case an instructor is with the students to facilitate the learning process. retention. (PCS 1.) Prerequisite: OTEC 120. (PCS 1. and supplies and equipment used in records management. memorandums.TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Section 80R is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $8 Online Fee). widow/orphan.

OTEC 121. Microsoft Office Suite (Core) 3 Credit $342 Emphasizes the integration of the Microsoft Office Suite. Prerequisite: C or better in OTEC 250 and OTEC 251.2.TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Section 80R is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $8 Online Fee).TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Section 80R is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $8 Online Fee). Emphasizes legal terminology. This course may be taught in an individualized learning format in which case an instructor is with the students to facilitate the learning process. OTEC 121 and OTEC 165. Prerequisite: C or better in OTEC 233. (PCS 1. 4 hours lab) OTEC-233-80R .2. Students work 10 hours per week and meet with the instructor one hour per week. Administrative Assistant Cooperative 3 Credit $330 Supplements class work with on-the-job experience in an office position for the OTEC A. Emphasizes terminology and formats for transcribing in a hospital or medical office. and litigation support.2. 3 credit hours: 1 hour lecture. Prerequisite: C or better in OTEC 120 and OTEC 151. professionalism. Prerequisite: C or better in OTEC 140.2. 3 credit hours. and PowerPoint with software integration applied to real-world tasks. 3 credit hours: 1 hours lecture. Legal Transcription 3 Credit $342 Refines machine transcription skills via dictation and forms commonly used in a legal office. Promotes creativity. (PCS 1. (PCS 1.TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Section 80R is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $8 Online Fee). Prerequisite: None. communication. Medical Transcription 3 Credit $342 Refines machine transcription skills using medical dictation. Access.TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Section 80R is an Online Course and costs $240 (includes $8 Online Fee). 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. 3 hours lab) OTEC-252-80R . Excel. 0 hours lab) OTEC-135-80R . Administrative Assistant degree candidate. This course may be taught in an individualized learning format in which case an instructor is with the students to facilitate the learning process. PowerPoint. legal research materials. court structure.Summer 2012 Credit Courses Presents judicial system. Prepares students for Microsoft Office Specialist Certification exams. Access. 4 hours lab) OTEC-232-80R . and critical-thinking skills. Excel. Includes core level competencies of Word. and origins of American law. This course may be taught in an individualized learning format in which case an instructor is with the students to facilitate the learning process. Internet medical transcription resources. duties of a notary public. (PCS 1. sequence of trials. Includes pretrial procedures. 4 hours lab) OTEC-234-80R . decision-making.2. (PCS 1. Advanced Medical Transcription 3 Credit $342 Continues development of medical transcription skills.2. Integrated Office Projects/MOS Prep 2 Credit $232 Extensively uses Microsoft Word. This course may be taught in an individualized learning format in which case an instructor is with the students to facilitate the learning process. quality/productivity standards. and HLTH 120. 1 hour lecture.TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Section 80R is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $8 Online Fee). Emphasizes transcription of medical reports with comprehensive terminology dictated by medical professionals from various dialects. 3 credit hours: 1 hour lecture. 2 credit hours: 1 hour lecture.A. Prerequisite: C or better in OTEC 140. and work priority will be emphasized. . (PCS 1.TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Section 80R is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). and other features of Microsoft Office as available.S. 4 hours lab) OTEC-250-80R .

2. 3 hours lecture. 10 hours lab) OTEC-263-R1 .TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Medical Office Cooperative 3 Credit $330 Supplements class work with on-the-job experience in health care-related office for the OTEC A. liaison duties.Summer 2012 Credit Courses Prerequisite: C or better in all OTEC first through third semester courses and permission of coordinator.2. will be introduced as well as proper citation forms. Legal Research and Writing II 3 Credit $342 . and communicate their findings in a proper written format. perform necessary research.TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA PARALEGAL STUDIES Introduction Paralegal Studies 3 Credit $330 Introduces the various fields of law and provides an overview of the training and career of paralegals. and trial support for common personal injury litigation. Prerequisite: C or better in ENGL 131 and PLGL 130. 3 credit hours. negligence. (PCS 1. Prerequisite: C or better in all OTEC first through third semester courses and permission of coordinator. privileges. and workers' compensation.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 80 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). 0 hours lab) PLGL-150-80 . 3 credit hours: 1 hour lecture.2. Prerequisite: C or better in all OTEC first through third semester courses and permission of coordinator. 10 hours lab) OTEC-262-R1 .2. (PCS 1.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA and 05:00--06:55PM W 05/23-08/08 N8 0104 and . Students will become familiar with and be able to locate and effectively use the primary and secondary sources of law including statutes. Legal Research and Writing I 3 Credit $342 Presents an introduction to the methods of legal research and writing. Students work 10 hours per week and meet with the instructor one hour per week. Computerized research. 0 hours lab) PLGL-130-80 . Medical Office Assistant degree candidate. Analyzes of the training and role of the paralegal as well as the ethical and professional practice standards applicable to both lawyers and paralegals.S. (PCS 1. digests. 3 credit hours: 1 hour lecture. 10 hours lab) OTEC-261-R1 .TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 80 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). file management.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 90N is a Web-Blended Course and costs $362 (includes $20 Online Fee). (PCS 1. 3 hours lecture. Students will learn skills necessary to create basic legal research strategies.2.2. 3 hours lecture. (PCS 1. investigation. Defenses.S. 3 credit hours. The course also will focus on paralegal duties of interviewing. courts. 3 credit hours: 1 hour lecture. Prerequisite: None. Legal Office Assistant degree candidate. and immunities also will be studies. and encyclopedias.TBA TBA 06/11-08/10 TBA Legal Office Cooperative 3 Credit $330 Supplements class work with on-the-job experience in a legal office for the OTEC A. and lawyers in modern society. reporters. (PCS 1. Presents the function of law. including LexisNexis.A. strict liability. 0 hours lab) PLGL-140-90N . Students work 10 hours per week and meet with the instructor one hour per week.A. Prerequisite: C or better in all OTEC first through third semester courses and permission of coordinator. Prerequisite: None. Tort Law 3 Credit $330 Introduces the substantive law of torts and remedies including intentional and quasi-intentional torts. 3 credit hours.

Students will be required to perform all aspects of emergency pre-hospital care in a variety of actual situations.2. (PCS 1. 0 hours lab) PLGL-240-90N . 0 hours lab) PHIL-231-NP1 08:30--10:10AM MTWTH 05/21-06/28 N3 0112 Section NP1 meets at N. Nelson Campus PARAMEDICINE Paramedic Field Internship 4 Credit $460 Provides students the opportunity to function as part of the paramedic team. bridling. and applies these to a number of contemporary moral controversies. Note: Students must be in good health and able to participate in moderate physical activity. professional and business ethics. inference.O. Paralegal Cooperative 3 Credit $330 Combines class work with on-the-job experience in a legal office environment. non-consequentialist. Attention will be given to the development of skills in grooming. Students must be physically capable of mounting and dismounting . (PCS 1. and virtue-based theories. Nelson Campus PHIL-231-S1 10:30--12:10PM MTWTH 07/02-08/09 BA 3410 PHIL-231-T6 06:30--09:50PM W 05/23-08/08 BA 3410 Contemporary Moral Problems (Ethics) (IAI: H4 904) 3 Credit $330 Surveys the major types of ethical theories. including categorical logic and truth functional logic. Prerequisite: PMED 145. and the environment. 4 credit hours: 0 hours lecture. 3 credit hours. Students will learn the critical thinking. The course covers basic symbolic logic. 0 hours lab) PHIL-240-T6 06:30--09:50PM TH 05/24-08/09 BA 3419 PHYSICAL EDUCATION Horseback Riding 2 Credit $220 Introduces horseback riding for enrichment and fitness training.2.1. validity. under direct supervision.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA and 07:00--08:55PM W 05/23-08/08 N8 0104 and .O.Summer 2012 Credit Courses Continues the development of skills learned PLGL 140. and riding. euthanasia.Paramedic" at both the state and national levels. capital punishment. sexual morality. 3 hours lecture.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section NT6 meets at N. 160 hours must be worked. especially deductive argumentation. 320 hours must be worked) PMED-155-FT1 .2. categorical relations. organizational. (PCS 1. and permission of coordinator. and PLGL 160. Prerequisite: C or better in all first through third semester courses required by the paralegal degree program.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 90N is a Web-Blended Course and costs $362 (includes $20 Online Fee). 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. 3 credit hours: 1 hour lecture. and informal fallacies. healthcare. logical demonstration. inductive reasoning. horse handling. and analyzes in detail basic logical concepts such as argument. (PCS 1. (PCS 1. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. Prerequisite: C or better in PLGL 140. and develops skills in logical analysis. such as consequentialist. saddling. This is the final course in the series designed to fulfill all academic requirements to qualify students for licensure as an "Emergency Medical Technician . on an advanced life support ambulance. and communication skills necessary to undertake the legal research and preparation of memoranda and briefs. deductive vs. and the avoidance of common patterns of fallacy.) PLGL-260-NT6 .1.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 AMH TBA Section FT1 meets at Alton Memorial Hospital PHILOSOPHY Fundamentals of Logical Reasoning (IAI: H4 906) 3 Credit $330 Introduces the criteria of good reasoning. implication. These controversies include (but are not limited to) abortion.

Reviews the fundamentals and provides for continued improvement in strength. Students will learn to develop and follow a personal weight training program.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 80 is an Online Course and costs $365 (includes $20 Online Fee). 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. (PCS 1. and galaxies. The general principles of weight training and proper techniques will also be discussed. and complete a workout log. The general principles of weight training and proper techniques will also be discussed. Prerequisite: PHED 182. The course will allow an individual to discuss his/her goals for the class and to develop a work-out schedule specifically designed to attain those goals. 1 credit hour. (PCS 1. 1 credit hour.1.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 81 is an Online Course and costs $365 (includes $20 Online Fee). Examines both local and global environmental issues. and flexibility development. A horse may humanely carry 20% of its weight: the stable horses weigh between 900-1000 lbs. 0 hours lecture. 0 hours lab) PHSC-141-80 .1. and complete a workout log.O.1. 2 hour lab) PHED-183-T3 10:00--12:15PM W 05/23-08/08 RA 0118 PHYSICAL SCIENCE Environmental Geography (IAI: P1 908) 3 Credit $330 Analyzes the human use of and impact on the land.1. PHSC-141-81 . Prerequisite: None.1. Studies the importance of atoms and radiation as the primary source of the observational evidence that leads to the formation of the theories of the origin and evolution of the universe. The course will allow an individual to discuss his/her goals for the class and to develop a work-out schedule specifically designed to attain those goals. water. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. 1 credit hour. PHSC-141-NP1 01:00--02:40PM MTWTH 05/21-06/28 N3 0114 Section NP1 meets at N. air and biotic resource systems. and flexibility development. 0 hours lecture. (PCS 1. (PCS 1. 0 hours lecture. muscular endurance. stars. Nelson Campus PHYSICS .1. Prerequisite: None. Prerequisite: PHED 181. (PCS 1. (PCS 1. Students will learn to develop and follow a personal weight-training program. 2 hours lab) PHED-134-FT6 06:00--10:00PM M 05/21-08/06 RBS TBA Section FT6 meets at Rocky Branch Stables Beginning Weight Training I 1 Credit $110 Emphasizes developing a safe and enjoyable weight training program. 0 hours lab) PHSC-135-P1 09:00--12:20PM TTH 05/22-06/28 SC 0410 Introduction to Astronomy (IAI: P1 906) 3 Credit $345 Examines the universe: the solar system. (PCS 1.1.Summer 2012 Credit Courses independently. 2 hour lab) PHED-182-T3 10:00--12:15PM W 05/23-08/08 RA 0118 Intermediate Weight Training II 1 Credit $110 Continues PHED 182. 2 hour lab) PHED-181-T3 10:00--12:15PM W 05/23-08/08 RA 0118 Intermediate Weight Training I 1 Credit $110 Reviews the fundamentals and provides for continued improvement in strength. Emphasizes developing a safe and enjoyable weight training program. 2 hour lab) PHED-180-T3 10:00--12:15PM W 05/23-08/08 RA 0118 Beginning Weight Training II 1 Credit $110 Continues PHED 180. 2 credit hours: 1 hour lecture. Prerequisite: PHED 180. muscular endurance. 0 hours lecture. 1 credit hour.

Nelson Campus POLITICAL SCIENCE American Government (IAI: S5 900) 3 Credit $330 Introduces the organization and function of the U. Nelson Campus Applied Mechanics . (PCS 1. political behavior. and environment within the process industry. Constitution. generators. 0 hours lab) PRCS-135-NC6 05:30--08:25PM TTH 05/22-07/05 N7 0101 Section NC6 meets at N.O. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. motors. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture.S. Prerequisite: None.O. Prerequisite: None.2. Successful completion of this course satisfies the U. Topics include torques. team skills. statics.1. 0 hours lab) PRCS-133-NT6 05:30--08:10PM M 05/21-08/06 N7 0102 Section NT6 meets at N. forces.2. Prerequisite: None. 4 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. velocities and accelerations in both translational and rotational motion. . (PCS 1. Within this course. with special emphasis on the application of principles related to modern technology. the Federal and State systems. pumps.1. safety and environmental systems. Health and Environment 3 Credit $330 Introduces the field of safety. Critically examines political parties. The mechanical characteristics and the interactions of the plant equipment will be explored. role of the media. executive. (PCS 1.O. Nelson Campus Safety. dynamics. 0 hours lab) PHYS-242-NT6 04:30--08:10PM W 05/23-08/08 N3 0112 Section NT6 meets at N. 3 hours lecture. and policy issues. 2 hours lecture. Includes the U. students will explore various types of process hazards. Nelson Campus POLS-131-P1 08:30--10:10AM MTWTH 05/21-06/28 BA 4404 POLS-131-S1 08:30--10:10AM MTWTH 07/02-08/09 BA 4404 POLS-131-T6 06:30--09:50PM TH 05/24-08/09 BA 4404 PROCESS OPERATIONS TECHNOLOGY Process Technology Equipment I 2 Credit $237 Introduces basic operating principles of equipment such as valves. legislative. compressors.S. presidential leadership. piping. (PCS 1.Summer 2012 Credit Courses Applied Physics I 4 Credit $465 Explores laws of motion. plant economics.Dynamics 3 Credit $330 Continues PHYS 241. and public policies.S. and Illinois State Constitution mandate included in the Associate Degree Graduation Requirements.O. 2 credit hours. continuous improvement. and equipment and regulations under which plants are governed. Prerequisite: C or better in either MATH 125 or MATH 116 or MATH 16B. (PCS 1.2. with emphasis on systems which are not in equilibrium. Introduces many process industry-related quality concepts including operating consistency. and judicial powers. simple machines and heat. 3 credit hours. government. and lubrication systems. health. Nelson Campus Quality Control 2 Credit $220 Provides an overview of the field of quality within the process industry.O. 0 hours lab) POLS-131-NT6 06:00--09:20PM W 05/23-08/08 N3 0114 Section NT6 meets at N. 3 hours lab) PHYS-125-NR6 04:45--07:00PM TTH 06/12-08/09 N4 0110 and 07:10--09:25PM TTH 06/12-08/09 N4 0120 Section NR6 meets at N. Prerequisite: C or better in PHYS 241.

emotions. stress. Psychology is the scientific study of behavior and mental processes. and preparation of memoranda and briefs.2. Students will gain practical work experience and apply what has been learned in the classroom to actual work situations. 80 hours must be worked for each credit hour granted.TBA TBA 05/23-07/18 TBA and 03:00--05:00PM W 05/23-07/18 N7 0101 Section 90N is a Web-Blended Course and costs $240 (includes $20 Online Fee).TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 80 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). and social interaction over the life span is emphasized.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 82 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). sociocultural. 2 credit hours. Nelson Campus Process Technology Internship 1 Credit $110 Applies knowledge and skills in process operations technology in a planned and supervised paid or unpaid work experience. principles. and PRCS 255. PSYC-131-JT6 06:30--09:50PM W 05/23-08/08 JC Section JT6 meets at Tri-County Center. 0 hours lab) PRCS-255-NT1 02:30--05:00PM M 05/21-08/06 N7 0101 Section NT1 meets at N. Jerseyville PSYC-131-NT6 06:00--09:20PM T 05/22-08/07 N3 Section NT6 meets at N.TBA TBA 05/23-07/18 TBA and 05:30--07:30PM W 05/23-07/18 N7 0101 Section 91N is a Web-Blended Course and costs $240 (includes $20 Online Fee). This course is a variable credit course. and research methods of psychological investigation. Students study specific process systems. 2 credit hours. PRCS-231-91N .TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 81 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). (PCS 1. and permission of program coordinator. PRCS 135. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture.O. PSYC-131-82 . (PCS 1. motivation. 0 hours lab) PRCS-231-90N . and cognitive forces that shape personality. intelligence. 0 hours lab) PSYC-131-80 . Process Technology Systems 2 Credit $220 Introduces the various process systems used within the process technology industry. and how to recognize abnormal operations of process systems.Summer 2012 Credit Courses statistical process control (SPC).1. PRCS 134. Also introduces plant economics. 1-4 hours credit: 0 hours lecture.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section NT1 meets at N. PRCS 231. Nelson Campus PSYCHOLOGY General Psychology (IAI: S6 900) 3 Credit $330 Introduces the concepts.O.2. (PCS 1. Nelson Campus PRCS-255-NT7 05:30--08:00PM M 05/21-08/06 N7 0101 Section NT7 meets at N. The interaction of biological. PSYC-131-81 . factors affecting process systems and how they are controlled during normal operations.) PRCS-271-NT1 . states of consciousness.O. (PCS 1. Prerequisite: C or better in the following: either PHYS 125 or CHEM 132. 2 hours lecture. Nelson Campus PSYC-131-P1 08:30--10:10AM MTWTH 05/21-06/28 BA PSYC-131-P2 10:30--12:10PM MTWTH 05/21-06/28 BA 4409 PSYC-131-S1 10:30--12:10PM MTWTH 07/02-08/09 BA 4409 PSYC-131-T6 06:00--07:40PM MW 05/21-08/08 BA 4410 Human Development (IAI: S6 902) 3 Credit $330 0105 0118 4409 . Prerequisite: None.O. Prerequisite: C or better in PRCS 134 and either CHEM 130 or CHEM 131. Other topics include memory. and psychological disorders. Prerequisite: None.2. 2 hours lecture.

0 hours lab) READ-120-T1 09:10--10:20AM MTWTH 05/21-08/09 BA 4444 College Reading and Study Skills 4 Credit $440 Develops the reading and study skills necessary for the successful completion of college courses.4. Introduces mechanisms of psychopathology and psychotherapeutic intervention. (PCS 1. listening. social and emotional). identity formation. and after reading to increase comprehension and retention. Prerequisite: PSYC 131.O. 0 hours lab) PSYC-235-NT6 06:00--09:40PM W 05/23-08/08 N3 0118 Section NT6 meets at N. and the primary areas of development (physical. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 80 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). Prerequisite: PSYC 131. Prerequisite: PSYC 131. research methodology. and adolescent adjustment problems such as delinquency. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. family socialization. social and emotional development of children through adolescence. and psychological perspectives. Emphasizes steps readers can take before. and study skills such as organizing materials and managing time. (PCS 1. cognitive.Summer 2012 Credit Courses Studies human development from conception to death. 4 credit hours: 4 hours lecture.4. 0 hours lab) READ-125-T1 09:00--11:15AMMW 05/21-08/08 CW 4319 READ-125-T2 11:00--12:10PM MTWTH 05/21-08/09 BA 3423 REAL ESTATE Real Estate Brokerage . 0 hours lab) PSYC-233-80 . PSYC-232-T1 03:00--04:40PM MW 05/21-08/08 BA 4409 Child Psychology (IAI: S6 903) 3 Credit $330 Examines theories of child development. eating disorders.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 81 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee).TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 80 is an Online Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). 0 hours lab) PSYC-243-T1 01:00--02:40PM MW 05/21-08/08 BA 4409 READING Reading and Study Skills 4 Credit $440 Emphasizes reading techniques and an application of these techniques to a variety of texts. peer relations. (PCS 1. career exploration. and substance abuse. (PCS 1. Emphasizes physical.1. Focuses on how to organize materials and thoughts in written summaries and oral presentations. and typical/atypical development of children. sociocultural.1. Prerequisite: PSYC 131. PSYC-233-T6 06:00--09:40PM W 05/23-08/08 BA 4409 Personality Psychology 3 Credit $330 Explores classic and modern approaches to the study of personality.1. 0 hours lab) PSYC-232-80 . Study skills emphasized are note taking. Prerequisite: Placement by exam. Emphasizes changes in cognition. development of moral reasoning. cognitive. and working in a group. (PCS 1. Includes the developmental stages and theories. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. research methods. Prerequisite: C or better in READ 120 or placement by exam. 4 credit hours: 4 hours lecture. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture.1. during. and vocabulary building through the use of contextual and structural clues. Nelson Campus Adolescent Psychology (IAI: S6 904) 3 Credit $330 Studies the development of the adolescent from biological. sexuality. test taking. Focuses also on communication skills such as public speaking. (PCS 1. PSYC-233-81 .

contracts.2. Successful completion of this course helps prepare students to qualify for the Illinois Real Estate Brokers Examination. financing and property management. Prerequisite: REAL 135 or REAL 136 or permission of the Real Estate Program Coordinator. SPCH-131-91 . 0 hours lab) REAL-137-C9 06:30--09:30PM M 07/09-08/06 CW 3311 SOCIOLOGY Introduction to Sociology (IAI: S7 900) 3 Credit $330 Explores behavior of individuals as they interact with one another. and values. population. 3 credit hours.1. and of groups with one another. Successful completion of this course helps prepare students to qualify for the Illinois Real Estate Brokers Examination. and values. taxation. social development. Investigates culture. 0 hours lab) SOCI-131-NT6 06:00--09:40PM W 05/23-08/08 N8 0204 Section NT6 meets at N. Nelson Campus REAL-135-P9 06:30--09:30PM MW 05/21-06/27 CW 3311 Real Estate Transactions 3 Credit $330 Examines the nature of real estate transactions and how they apply to ownership. legal descriptions. 3 hours lecture. leases.) Prerequisite: None.Summer 2012 Credit Courses 3 Credit $330 Examines the nature of real estate brokerage and how it applies to ownership. and field activities. (PCS 1. religion.1. 1 hour lecture. Jerseyville REAL-135-NT1 01:00--04:00PM T 05/22-08/07 N3 0112 Section NT1 meets at N. and major trends in social life. Includes marketing. contracts. titles. (PCS 1. advertising. 0 hours lab) SPCH-131-90N . titles. 1 credit hour.O. contracts. uses. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. Prerequisite: None. ethnic and racial groups. role playing. taxation. (Note: the State of Illinois also requires individuals to be 21 years of age and possess a high school diploma or equivalent.2. (PCS 1.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA and 06:00--09:00PM T 06/12-06/12 BA 4411 and 06:00--09:00PM T 05/21-07/10 BA 4411 . (PCS 1. legal descriptions.2. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. prejudice and discrimination. (PCS 1. (Note: the State of Illinois also requires individuals to be 21 years of age and possess a high school diploma or equivalent. Nelson Campus SOCI-131-P1 10:30--12:10PM MTWTH 05/21-06/28 BA 3404 SOCI-131-S1 10:30--12:10PM MTWTH 07/02-08/09 BA 3404 SOCI-131-T6 06:00--09:40PM T 05/22-08/07 BA 3404 SPEECH Public Speaking (IAI: C2 900) 3 Credit $330 Covers theory and practice of platform and discussion techniques and development of speech standards through evaluating speeches. 0 hours lab) REAL-135-JT1 01:00--04:40PM M 05/21-08/06 JC LAB1 Section JT1 meets at Tri-County Center. social classes. 3 credit hours.O. 3 hours lecture.) Prerequisite: None. The students will achieve practical experience and apply what has been learned in the classroom to work situations. Prerequisite: None. uses. leases.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA and 05:30--08:30PM M 06/11-06/11 N3 0112 and 05:30--08:30PM M 07/02-07/02 N3 0112 and 05:30--08:30PM M 07/30-07/30 N3 0112 Section 90N is a Web-Blended Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). of individuals with groups. 0 hours lab) REAL-136-S9 06:30--09:30PM TTH 07/03-08/09 CW 3311 Transaction Applications 1 Credit $110 Provides students with the opportunity to obtain further knowledge and skills related to the real estate business by participating in planned case studies.

SPCH-145-JT6 06:00--09:20PM T 05/22-08/07 JC LAB1 Section JT6 meets at Tri-County Center. Appropriate draping. Historical influences are presented from a cultural. (PCS 1.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA and 06:00--09:00PM TH 06/14-08/09 BA 4418 and 06:00--09:00PM TH 07/12-07/12 BA 4418 and 06:00--09:00PM TH 05/21-08/09 BA 4418 Section 92 is a Web-Blended Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). How to market to . 2 hours lecture. discussion.1. (PCS 1. SPCH-131-92 . Introduces terminology. Students will learn the pros and cons of being self-employed.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA and 06:00--09:00PM M 06/11-06/11 BA 4418 and 06:00--09:00PM M 07/09-07/09 BA 4418 and 06:00--09:00PM M 08/06-08/06 BA 4418 Section 91 is a Web-Blended Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). contraindications and basic Swedish massage techniques are covered. Prerequisite: None.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA and 06:00--09:00PM T 06/12-06/12 BA 4418 and 06:00--09:00PM T 07/10-07/10 BA 4418 and 06:00--09:00PM T 08/07-08/07 BA 4418 Section 92 is a Web-Blended Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). insurance coverage. 2 credit hours. 0 hours lab) MASG-130-FP6 06:00--08:15PM TTH 05/22-06/28 BG 0104 Section FP6 meets at Benjamin Godfrey Mansion Business Practice for Ther.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA and 06:00--09:00PM W 06/13-06/13 BA 4411 and 06:00--09:00PM W 07/11-07/11 BA 4411 and 06:00--09:00PM W 08/01-08/01 BA 4411 Section 90 is a Web-Blended Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). Nelson Campus SPCH-145-P1 08:30--10:10AM MTWTH 05/21-06/28 BA 4419 SPCH-145-S1 10:30--12:10PM MTWTH 07/02-08/09 BA 4419 SPCH-145-T6 06:00--09:20PM W 05/23-08/08 BA 4419 THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE Foundations of Therapeutic Massage 2 Credit $220 Introduces students to the historical overview of massage therapy techniques and philosophy. Massage 1 Credit $110 Introduces basic business procedures such as marketing. Prerequisite: None.2. therapeutic. and holistic standpoint. indications. SPCH-131-NT6 06:00--09:20PM TH 05/24-08/09 N3 Section NT6 meets at N. different career fields that can be pursued as massage therapists. and the use of massage equipment supplies. Jerseyville SPCH-145-MT6 06:00--09:20PM M 05/21-08/06 MC 0112 Section MT6 meets at Macoupin County Center SPCH-145-NS1 10:30--12:10PM MTWTH 07/02-08/09 N3 0112 Section NS1 meets at N. Nelson Campus SPCH-131-P1 10:30--12:10PM MTWTH 05/21-06/28 BA 4419 SPCH-131-S1 08:30--10:10AM MTWTH 07/02-08/09 BA 0114 4419 Public and Private Communication (IAI: C2 900) 3 Credit $330 Covers theory and practice of platform. spiritual. 3 credit hours: 3 hours lecture. legal and ethical issues involved in massage therapy. reasoned communication. and interpersonal techniques to promote sensitive.O.Summer 2012 Credit Courses and 06:00--09:00PM T 07/31-07/31 BA 4411 Section 91 is a Web-Blended Course and costs $350 (includes $20 Online Fee). SPCH-145-91 . body dynamics. 0 hours lab) SPCH-145-90 . SPCH-145-92 .O.

Prerequisite: MASG 130.2. Prerequisites: MASG 130. Students begin to encounter the professional environment and integrate their clinical skills and procedures. (PCS 1. Students gain experience in importing and working with text. Investigates and discusses current economic. Students develop storyboards. 1 credit hours. HTML coding is also introduced. sound. Combines the techniques of massage in a clinical setting. Students will learn to create and edit Web pages and Web documents. and maintaining their own Web site. 3 credit hour: 2 hours lecture. uploading.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section 80 is an Online Course and costs $362 (includes $20 Online Fee). Legal issues pertaining to insurance billing and documentation will be covered. The proper use of documentation will be explained. MASG 132. Prerequisite: C or better in MASG 131. 0 hours lab) MASG-133-FP6 06:00--08:15PM W 05/23-06/27 BG 0104 Section FP6 meets at Benjamin Godfrey Mansion Insurance Billing & Documentation 1 Credit $110 Explains the basic procedures and protocol to process insurance billing. (PCS 1.S. and ethical issues concerning the World Wide Web. 0 hours lab) MASG-164-FP6 06:00--08:15PM M 05/21-06/25 BG 0104 Section FP6 meets at Benjamin Godfrey Mansion Geriatric & Terminally Ill Care 3 Credit $330 Explains and examines pathologies in dealing with geriatric and terminally ill clients. Prepares students to incorporate a more gentle and practical approach to bodywork for this group. images. Estimating costs and basic tax information for beginning massage therapists. 1 hours lecture. Prerequisites: MASG 131. and animation. 2 hours lab) WEB-135-80 . define professional goals. Prerequisite: None. Web Designer Cooperative 3 Credit $330 Supplements class work with on-the-job experience in a Web designer position for the OTEC A. Gives students the opportunity to develop the confidence and experience they need to promote and maintain a professional practice.2. NOTE: Software for this course is provided for student use in the classroom and in an open lab on each L&C location. Prerequisite: C . 1-2 credit hours: 80 hours must be worked for each credit hour granted. from 1 to 4 credit hour equivalencies.2.) MASG-171-FT1 .2. Students enrolled in online or web-blended classes will have access to required software from these locations or may consider purchasing the software for personal use. Also note that this course is a variable credit course and is repeatable one time to give students the opportunity to develop and refine their skills.Summer 2012 Credit Courses certain individuals and how to start building a clientele for massage business. stretching. site maps. MASG 131./Web Designer degree candidate. and navigation structures in the process of creating. refine technique. Appropriate body mechanics. (PCS 1. legal. and MASG 135. 3 credit hours: 2 hour lecture.2.TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA Section FT1 meets at Benjamin Godfrey Mansion WEB DEVELOPMENT WEB DESIGN Web Page Design Essentials 3 Credit $342 Introduces the concepts used to develop web sites.A. 1 credit hour: 1 lecture hour. (PCS 1. 2 lab hours) MASG-168-FT1 10:00--02:55PM TH 05/23-08/08 BG 0104 Section FT1 meets at Benjamin Godfrey Mansion Therapeutic Massage Internship 1 Credit $135 Prepares students for a therapeutic massage practice. (PCS 1. draping. It is recommended that students have basic keyboarding and Windows skills. This course is a variable credit course in which students will commit to various complexities of learning objectives and time commitments. and simple hot and cold applications will be covered. and discuss case profiles under clinical supervision.

) WEB-260-T1 .TBA TBA 05/21-08/10 TBA . 1-4 credit hours: 80 hours must be worked for each credit hour granted.Summer 2012 Credit Courses or better in all WEB/CGRD first through fourth semester required courses. (PCS 1. permission of coordinator.2.