Continuous Enrollment Courses - Fall 2020
The following departments have Continuous Enrollment Courses available:
- Allied Health Education
- Business Information Technology Skills Center
- Business Management
- Career, College and Life Success
- College and Career Prep
- Computer Information Systems
- Construction Management
- Counseling Psychology
- Early Childhood Education
- Emergency Management
- Engineering Technology
- English Prep
- Event Planning
- GED Classes
- Job Development Skills
- Mathematics - Individualized
- Occupational Safety and Health
- Writing Skills
Online Hybrid Evening Class Cultural Diversity
Continuous Enrollment Late Start Bus Passes
= No Online Registration
Some course offerings may be self-support, and have Section letters ending with a "Q". For self-support classes, see College Refund Policy.
Allied Health Education
Patient Care Technician, Pharmacy Technician, Clinical Lab Assistant. firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration for BIOL& 241, BIOL& 242, and BIOL& 260 will automatically provide students access via Canvas to an electronic textbook and digital Connect platform, which are required course materials for each course. There will be an additional charge for each course at the time of registration to cover these required course materials. For BIOL& 241 and BIOL& 242, paper copies of the lab manual will be available for an additional cost in the bookstore.
Business Information Technology Skills Center
The BSTEC Skills Center offers a variety of courses from which to choose. The instruction is individualized; most courses require basic computer skills and some require word processing skills. Unless otherwise noted, courses do not include S/U grade option.
Registration is permitted the first seven weeks of the quarter (six weeks for summer) as space is available unless otherwise indicated.
Claudia Levi | email@example.com | 425.640.1388
Ann Paulson | firstname.lastname@example.org | 425.640.1613
Marie Tran | email@example.com | 425.640.1637
The Business Management Department section includes all BUS and MGMT courses.
BUS 130 Business Math can also be taken as an Individualized Math class: 2, 3, or 5 credits. Prerequisite: Math 047 or equivalent with a grade of 2.0 or higher, or appropriate score on Math Placement Test.
See Math/Individualized for more information.
Registration for BUS& 101, BUS 130 and MGMT 100 will automatically provide students access via Canvas to an electronic textbook, which is required course material for each course. There will be an additional charge at the time of registration to cover this required course material.
Career, College and Life Success
See also Job Development Skills classes and Counseling Psychology classes.
College and Career Prep
Contact College and Career Prep in Mukilteo Hall (MUK) room 403.
New students are required to attend an orientation prior to registration. Returning students should make an appointment with an adviser prior to next quarter’s registration. Tuition is $25 per quarter.
Classes are for eligible students who wish to increase reading, writing, math, study, and employability skills while developing technology and communication skills to prepare for the workforce, GED®, state diploma equivalency tests, high school diploma for those 21 years old or older (HS21+), or further academic studies.
No online registration.
Computer Information Systems
See also BSTEC, CS, and ETEC department listings.
These classes explore personality, interpersonal communication, and psychological theories for practical application in personal and professional life. See also Career, College, and Life Success department listings.
Early Childhood Education
Early childhood educators support the growth and development of children from birth to age 8 in a variety of early learning settings that include preschools, center-based and home-based child care programs, Head Start, ECEAP, infant and toddler learning environments, and school-age classes.
Teachers play an important role in the lives of children and their families in our community. Gain the skills and knowledge in this growing field that applies professionally based best practices to quality early experiences of young children. Join this challenging and rewarding field as an educator, advocate, and leader in the present and future success of children.
NOTE: Emergency Management courses run on a unique schedule.
SUMMER 2020 classes begin July 2, 2020 and end August 26, 2020.
FALL 2020 classes begin on September 24, 2020 and end December 2, 2020.
Emergency Management courses are designed to be completed online, allowing working students to complete a degree or certificate without having to come to campus.
See also Engineering Department listings.
Contact: Su Nelson: firstname.lastname@example.org
The English Prep department assists students in improving their skills in reading and writing. Students might be eligible for $25 tuition for English Prep and English 099 courses through EdCC’s College and Career Prep department.
For ENGLP 087 and ENGLP 088, registration is permitted first seven weeks (six weeks in summer) as space is available. Variable credit range shown.
Contact us at 425.640.1593 or visit Mukilteo (MUK) Hall, room 403.
Online Program Only
Please contact department faculty for program advising: email@example.com.
These classes will prepare students to take the GED® diploma equivalency tests.
New students are required to attend an orientation prior to registration. Returning students should make an appointment with an adviser prior to next quarter’s registration. Tuition is $25 per quarter.Also see College and Career Prep section for additional classes.
Contact us at 425.640.1593 or visit us in Mukilteo Hall (MUK) room 403.
No online registration.
Please contact department faculty for program advising - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please contact department faculty for program advising - email@example.com.
Job Development Skills
See also Career, College and Life Success classes and Counseling Psychology classes.
New students must have their math skills assessed before they register for mathematics classes. To arrange for an assessment, visit the Testing Center in Mountlake Terrace 152 or call 425.640.1546. It is also critical that students take prerequisite classes prior to taking the more advanced classes. They will be dropped from classes if they do not demonstrate to their instructor by the third day of the quarter that they have satisfied the prerequisite(s). Students who have obtained a 2.0 or better in an advanced course, cannot then take a lower level math class without instructor permission.
For courses requiring a graphing calculator, instruction will be provided using the TI-83 or TI-84. If you already have another calculator, consult your instructor.
Also see "Mathematics/Individualized."
Mathematics - Individualized
In order to support the needs of a variety of student we offer self-paced math courses. Students can register for 2, 3, 4 or 5 credits to either complete a course from the previous term or start a math class. Students meet in the Math Center with an attendance requirement.
For Math 47/77/87, All five credits of Individualized Mathematics courses must be completed within 12 months to count as a prerequisite.
Math 97 must be completed within 2 consecutive quarters to count as a prerequisite for Math 141. See www.edcc.edu/math for further details.
Registration and course changes are permitted (see instructor) the first seven weeks of the quarter (six weeks in the summer). When a student completes a course they can enroll and begin in the next course in the sequence.
Textbooks should not be purchased until correct placement has been determined. Note: An additional fee is collected for classes offered in the Math Center.
BUS 130I: Business Math: 2, 3, 4, or 5 credits. Prerequisite: Math 047 or equivalent with a grade of 2.0 or higher, or appropriate score on Math Placement Test.
MATH 047I: Arithmetic: 2, 3, 4, or 5 credits. No prerequisites necessary.
MATH 077: Introductory Algebra: 2, 3, 4, or 5 credits. Prerequisite: MATH 047 or equivalent with a grade of 2.0 or higher, or appropriate score on Math Placement Test.
MATH 087: Essentials of Intermediate Algebra 2, 3, 4, or 5 credits. Prerequisite: MATH 077 or equivalent with a grade of 2.0 or appropriate score on Math Placement Test.
MATH 097: Algebra for Calculus: 2, 3, 4, or 5 credits. Prerequisite: Math 087 or equivalent with a grade of 2.0 or higher, or appropriate score on the Math Placement Test.
Occupational Safety and Health
NOTE: Occupational Safety & Health Courses run on a unique schedule.
SUMMER 2020 classes begin July 2, 2020 and end August 26, 2020.
FALL 2020 classes being September 24, 2020 and end December 2, 2020.
Occupational Safety & Health courses are designed to be completed online, allowing working students to complete a degree or certificate without having to come to campus.
Writing Skills are individualized, supplementary writing support classes. When enrolled in WRITE classes, students should also be enrolled in at least one other class with a heavy writing load. WRITE classes provide one-on-one support as students work on writing homework from their other classes.
Registration is permitted the first seven weeks of the quarter (six weeks for summer) as space is available. Variable credit range shown; please contact the department with questions before registration.