Class Schedule

Late Starting Courses - Summer 2017

The following departments have Late Starting Courses available:

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Allied Health Education

425.640.1017

Patient Care Technician, Pharmacy Technician, Clinical Lab Assistant, Health Unit Coordinator. alliedhealth@edcc.edu.

AHE 115 - CPR:ALLIED HEALTH

Covers basic life support including a section on blood-borne pathogens. Leads to certification in the use of an AED (automated external defibrillator). Class meets or exceeds all OSHA, WISHA L&I and AHA (American Heart Association) standards.

0205 Section A GLAZEWSKI T 1 Credit(s)
7/8/2017 8:30 AM-6:00 PM Sa SEA-0101 Class is: Closed
AHE 115 books and supplies are included in the class fee. Students must be present at start of class to attend.
An additional fee of $55.00 is collected for this course.
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0211 Section B GLAZEWSKI T 1 Credit(s)
7/29/2017 8:30 AM-6:00 PM Sa SEA-0101 Class is: Open
AHE 115 books and supplies are included in the class fee. Students must be present at start of class to attend.
An additional fee of $55.00 is collected for this course.
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Career, College and Life Success

425.640.1593

See also Job Development 130: College and Career Success. For JOBDV 130 Orientation, call 425.640.1604. See also Counseling Psychology classes.

CCLS 105 - CHOOSING A MAJOR/CAREER

Identify and examine your motivators, dependable strengths, experiences, skills, personality, values, and needs that affect choosing a major and/or making career and life decisions. Discover your best fit career options and design an action plan. S/U grade only.

0967 Section A COPELAND S 2 Credit(s)
7/29/2017-8/12/2017 9:30 AM-5:30 PM Sa MUK-0427 Class is: Open
Class meets two Saturdays: 7/29/17 and 8/12/17. Students must attend both class sessions in full to earn credit. Last date to register is 7/28/17. An additional fee of $25.00 is collected for this course.
An additional fee of $25.00 is collected for this course.
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Computer Information Systems

425.640.1902

See also BSTEC, CS, and ETEC department listings.

CIS 173 - CISCO NETWORKING III

Third of four courses mapping to the CCNA exam. Topics include architecture, components, and operations of routers and switches in larger complex networks. Students will implement DHCP and DNS, and perform advanced configuration and troubleshooting with OSPF/EIGRP/STP/VTP, and NAT in both IPv4/IPv6 networks. Prerequisite: CIS 172 with a minimum grade of 2.5 or equivalent experience.

1063 Section A MARSHALL W 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course
7/8/2017-8/19/2017 9:00 AM-12:45 PM Sa SNH-0110 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Instructor email: bmarshal@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $140.95 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 6/14/2017: Fees
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CIS 201 - DIGITAL FORENSICS & LAW

Covers legal issues relevant to information security and digital forensics professionals. Topics: Electronic discovery, expert testimony, electronic surveillance, evidence retention, preservation and spoliation, privacy issues, Sarbanes Oxley & other legislation. Prerequisite: CIS 100 and CIS 102 with a minimum grade of 2.5 or concurrent enrollment or instructor permission.

1069 Section A HAILEY S 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course
7/8/2017-8/19/2017 9:00 AM-12:00 PM Sa SNH-0336 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Instructor email: shailey@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 4/17/2017: Instructor change
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CIS 293 - DIGITAL FORENSICS III

Forensic triage and other advanced topics. Conducting forensic analysis from start to finish, dealing with live systems and malware. Topics may vary based on current developments and trends. Prerequisite: CIS 273 with a GPA of at least 2.5, or instructor permission.

1093 Section A HAILEY S 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course
7/8/2017-7/29/2017 12:45 PM-4:15 PM Sa SNH-0123 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Instructor email: shailey@edcc.edu. This is a 4 week "Fast Track" class. Earn 5 credits in 4 weeks. CIS 294 is the companion class offered during the second 4 weeks of the quarter. Class meets four Saturdays: 07/8/17, 07/15/17, 07/22/17 and 7/29/17.
An additional fee of $169.20 is collected for this course.
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CIS 294 - ADVANCED DATA RECOVERY

Covers the technical and administrative aspects of using clean room equipment to facilitate data recovery from various media, as well as advanced digital forensics and data recovery techniques. Prerequisite: CIS 293 with a grade of at least 2.5 or instructor permission.

1099 Section A LEICKLY R 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course
8/5/2017-8/19/2017 12:45 PM-4:15 PM Sa SNH-0123 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Instructor email: richard.leickly@edcc.edu. This is a "Fast Track" class. Earn 5 credits in 4 weeks. CIS 293 is the companion classoffered the first 4 wks of the quarter. Class meets Tuesday, 8/1/17 from 5:30-9:30P and three Saturdays: 8/05, 8/12 and 8/19.
An additional fee of $169.20 is collected for this course.
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Construction Industry Training

425.640.1840

To register for credit and non-credit Flagging Certification classes, please call the Business Training Center at 425.640.1840. These course offerings are self-support. Please see College Refund Policy regarding self-support classes.

CIT 120 - FLAGGING

Hands-on seminar preparing for employment as a flagger in the construction and utilities industries. Flaggers control traffic through and around work sites. Three-year certification. Note: must be 18 years of age to register.

1105 Section AR Cancelled 0.5 Credit(s)
Class is: Cancelled
This section has changed as of 7/27/2017: Cancelled
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1111 Section BR STEPHENS C 0.5 Credit(s)
8/12/2017 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Sa SQL-0212 Class is: Open
Self-supporting class. A fee of $60.00 is collected for this course instead of tuition.
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Early Childhood Education

425.640.1612

ECE 134 - MENTORING IN ECE PROGRAM

Consists of day seminars during the quarter with a special focus on topics of current interest in the early childhood field. Instructors are recognized early childhood professionals with a high level of expertise and experience on their topic. S/U grade option.

1297 Section S Cancelled 2 Credit(s)
Class is: Cancelled
This section has changed as of 6/26/2017: Cancelled
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ECED& 170 - ENVIRONMENTS FOR CHILDRE

Design, evaluate, and improve indoor and outdoor environments which ensure quality learning, nurturing experiences, and optimize the development of young children. S/U grade option.

1303 Section S ARNOLD S 3 Credit(s) Hybrid Course
7/5/2017-8/2/2017 4:30 PM-6:00 PM MW SNH-0215 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Instructor email: sarnold@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
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Emergency Management

425.640.1843

EMERG 102 - INTRO TO EMERG MGMT-HSEM

Provides a foundation and overview of both emergency management and homeland security practices, policies and technology, including the function and coordination of local, state, and federal agencies and organizations and systems used in planning for and responding to emergencies.

1347 Section AQ ONLINE FAC 5 Credit(s) Online Course
6/22/2017-8/16/2017 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Also meets:
Online course. Contact email: darren.linker@edcc.edu.
Self-supporting class. A fee of $724.15 is collected for this course instead of tuition.
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EMERG 137 - TECHNOLOGY IN EMERG MGMT

Provides a detailed overview of the types of technology used in emergency planning, response, recovery, and mitigation situations, as well as the key elements that must be in place for technology to enhance communication in the emergency management process.

1349 Section AQ ONLINE FAC 3 Credit(s) Online Course
6/22/2017-8/16/2017 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Also meets:
Online course. Contact email: darren.linker@edcc.edu.
Self-supporting class. A fee of $452.75 is collected for this course instead of tuition.
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EMERG 240 - DISASTER RECOVERY

Provides basic knowledge on the theories, principles, and practices of disaster response and recovery including, impacts on life, property and the environment, roles of organizations and agencies, disaster assistance, and issues faced by special populations.

1357 Section AQ ONLINE FAC 2 Credit(s) Online Course
6/22/2017-8/16/2017 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Also meets:
Online course. Contact email: darren.linker@edcc.edu.
Self-supporting class. A fee of $317.05 is collected for this course instead of tuition.
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EMERG 291 - EMERG MGMT INTERNSHIP

Workplace experience to practice and demonstrate the skills relevant to performing the job(s) of an emergency management or business continuity professional. Permit code required. S/U Grade. Registration permitted first seven weeks (six in summer) as space is available. Prerequisite: Students must have completed 80 percent of EMERG courses.

1369 Section AQ LINKER D MAX 3 Credit(s)
7/5/2017-8/16/2017 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Permit code required. Contact email: darren.linker@edcc.edu.
Self-supporting class. A fee of $391.50 is collected for this course instead of tuition.
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English As A Second Language

425.640.1478

ESL-Intensive

The Intensive English Program provides daily ESL classes for students improving their English for academic, work, and social purposes. We offer intensive instruction in grammar, reading, writing, and speaking/listening at five different levels of difficulty. We also offer a variety of elective courses including English through Movies, volunteer service, etc. For admissions and schedule information, please contact the International Student Services office at 425.640.1518 or email iss_desk@edcc.edu, and visit our website at www.edcc.edu.

ESL-ABE

These ESL classes are for non-native English speakers who are immigrants, refugees or citizens of the United States. Prerequisite: Preregistration assessment by an ABE/ESL Adviser in MUK 309, or placement by instructor. For an appointment: 425.640.1478. A $25.00 tuition fee will be charged for classes in the ABE/ESL program.

No online registration. Where continuous enrollment is offered, registration is permitted first seven weeks (six weeks for summer) as space is available.

ESL 095 - ESL INTRO TO COLLEGE

An orientation class for ABE ESL students who are interested in transitioning to college vocational and academic programs. S/U grade only. Registration permitted first seven weeks (six in summer) as space is available. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in ESL 50 or above or instructor permission.

1801 Section A HANSEN R 1 Credit(s) No Online Registration
7/19/2017-8/9/2017 1:00 PM-3:20 PM W MLT-0229 Class is: Closed
This section has changed as of 5/22/2017: Instructor change
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Occupational Safety and Health

425.640.1843

OSH 110 - SAFETY MANAGEMENT

Introduce the concepts and measurements of reactive vs. proactive safety practices. Learn major hazards in workplace; how to collect, evaluate, and respond to safety and health trend data; develop site-specific programs, policies, and procedures; and basic concepts of emergency preparedness. S/U grade option. Prerequisite: Placement into ENGL& 101.

3247 Section A FLORES L 5 Credit(s) Online Course
6/22/2017-8/16/2017 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online course. Instructor email: louis.flores@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 6/5/2017: Date change
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OSH 240 - HANDLING HAZ MATERIALS

An overview of the regulations related to OSHA 40-hour Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) guidelines. Covers the principles of hazard recognition and control, Hazard Communication (HAZCOM), Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), decontamination, toxicology, site characterization, and incident command. OSHA 40-hour HAZWOPER card issued upon completion of an additional 8-hours hands-on session. S/U grade option. Prerequisite: Placement into ENGL& 101.

3253 Section A LINKER D 4 Credit(s) Online Course
6/22/2017-8/16/2017 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online course. Contact email: darren.linker@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 6/5/2017: Date change
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OSH 291 - OSH INTERNSHIP

Workplace experience to practice and demonstrate the skills relevant to performing the job(s) of a safety professional. Permit code required. S/U grade only. Registration permitted first seven weeks (six in summer) as space is available. Prerequisite: Student must have completed 80% of OSH courses.

3271 Section AV LINKER D MAX 12 Credit(s)
7/5/2017-8/25/2017 Arranged Arranged SNH-0222 Class is: Open
Permit code required. Contact email: darren.linker@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $12.00 is collected for this course.
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Paralegal

425.640.1658

LEGAL 291 - LEGAL INTERNSHIP

Receive valuable on-the-job experience as a paralegal intern. Earn one credit for every 30 hours of paralegal work performed during the quarter. Students should meet with the paralegal internship coordinator before the start of the quarter to receive an internship packet and assistance locating a paralegal internship. Class meets two times; must attend both classes to receive credit. S/U grade only.

2677 Section AV WHITE D MAX 5 Credit(s)
7/5/2017-8/23/2017 3:00 PM-5:00 PM W LYN-0234 Class is: Open
NOTE: ATTENDANCE AT ALL CLASS SESSIONS IS REQUIRED FOR CREDIT. Class meets two Wednesdays, 7/5/2017 and 8/23/2017.
An additional fee of $12.00 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 7/6/2017: Other
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LEGAL 296A - CONSTRUCTION LAW

This course examines the legal aspects of a construction project and the issues and legal problems as they arise. Topics covered include subcontracting, bonding, insurance, liens and construction defects. Regulatory and environmental concerns will be discussed. Emphasis placed on Washington State law where applicable.

2689 Section A POULEY T 1 Credit(s)
7/15/2017 8:30 AM-6:00 PM Sa SQL-0113 Class is: Open
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LEGAL 296B - ELECT DISC/DIGITAL EVIDN

An overview of the differences and associated legal risks between paper and electronic discovery, including volume, complexity and location. Strategic and tactical approaches to seeking and producing information stored in electronic format will be examined, as well as the legal terminology associated with the preservation and production of electronically stored information.

2695 Section B HADDOCK S 1 Credit(s)
7/29/2017 8:30 AM-6:00 PM Sa SQL-0113 Class is: Open
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LEGAL 296C - NON-PROFIT LAW

An examination of the basic legal considerations applicable to non-profits beginning with a discussion on the process for forming a non-profit and applying for tax exemption under Internal Revenue Code 501(c)(3). Additional topics will include the fundamentals of non-profit governance and the duties that directors of a non-profit owe to the organization, followed by an examination of other rules applicable to Section 501(c)(3) exempt organizations, including executive compensation, and lobbying and advocacy activities.

2701 Section C MOHANDESSI Z 1 Credit(s)
8/12/2017 8:30 AM-6:00 PM Sa SQL-0113 Class is: Open
This section has changed as of 8/7/2017: Instructor change
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Physical Education

425.640.1415

PE 155B - WEIGHT LOSS/MAINTENANCE

Explore healthy strategies and techniques for achieving optimal weight. Develop personalized behavior changes to advance health and wellness for weight management. Each student will leave with an individualized routine and the ability to plan successful workouts for their busy lifestyle.

3367 Section A TONEY M 1 Credit(s)
7/22/2017 8:30 AM-6:00 PM Sa SEA-0101 Class is: Open
An additional fee of $6.20 is collected for this course.
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PE 255D - HEALTHY EATING/WEIGHT

Focus on nutritional factors that contribute to optimal weight and wellness. Explore meal planning, food labeling, and strategies for healthy weight management utilizing a variety of foods.

3397 Section A TONEY M 1 Credit(s)
8/5/2017 8:30 AM-6:00 PM Sa SEA-0101 Class is: Open
An additional fee of $6.20 is collected for this course.
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Social and Human Services

425.640.1658

SHS includes Addiction Studies courses. See also Family Support Studies department listing.

SHS 100 - ORIENTATION IN HUMAN SVC

Explores career opportunities in human services such as case management, activities and wellness; addiction; and senior, family, child, and youth services. Reviews degree and certificate outcomes, transfer options, practicum requirements, and Washington state regulations. Includes orientation to the human services program and to campus resources to support student success. S/U grade option.

3511 Section A COIRO C 1 Credit(s)
7/12/2017-7/26/2017 12:00 PM-5:00 PM W SNH-0332 Class is: Closed
Class meets two Wednesdays: 7/12/2017 and 7/26/2017. Attendance at both class sessions is required for credit.
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SHS 117 - CRISIS INTERVENTION

Introduces theory and practice of crisis intervention. Includes history, stages and goals of crisis intervention, types of crises, suicide assessment and intervention, compassion fatigue; methods of resolving crisis. Meets state suicide training requirements. Prerequisite: SHS 114.

3559 Section A COIRO C 3 Credit(s) Hybrid Course
7/8/2017-8/5/2017 9:30 AM-3:30 PM Sa SNH-0332 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Class starts first day of quarter online and meets on campus four Saturdays: 7/8/2017, 7/15/2017, 7/29/2017 and 8/5/2017. Instructor email: ccoiro@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
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SHS 170 - HIV/AIDS-HEALTH/ACD PRO

Introduction to causes, symptoms, assessment, treatment and prevention of HIV, AIDS, TB and hepatitis. Includes information about testing, psychosocial issues, counseling, and the Brief Risk Intervention (BRI). Meets requirement for students in healthcare, human services, and addiction professions. S/U grade option.

3577 Section A ALLYN T 1 Credit(s) Online Course
7/5/2017-7/14/2017 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online course. Instructor email: theresa.allyn@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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3583 Section B GLAZEWSKI T 1 Credit(s)
8/11/2017 8:30 AM-6:00 PM F SNH-0332 Class is: Open
This section has changed as of 4/18/2017: Instructor change
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3589 Section C ALLYN T 1 Credit(s)
8/19/2017 8:30 AM-6:00 PM Sa SNH-0332 Class is: Open
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