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Evening Courses - Fall 2020

The following departments have Evening Courses available:

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Accounting

425.640.1636

Some course offerings may be self-support, and have Section letters ending with a "Q". For self-support classes, see College Refund Policy.

​Registration for Accounting 101, 201, 202, 203 and 216 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.

ACCT 101 - ACCOUNTING FUNDAMENTALS

Covers beginning accounting fundamentals, including journalizing, posting, financial statements and computer applications. Transfer limited. Prerequisite: Recommend minimum placement into AENGL 093 or ENGLP 093.

0050 Section S BATH S 5 Credit(s) Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:10 PM MW SQL-0204 Class is: Open
Fee includes e-book. See college refund policy.
An additional fee of $78.00 is collected for this course.
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ACCT& 201 - PRIN OF ACCOUNTING I

Theory of asset, liability, and stockholders' equity accounts; construction of financial statements. Prerequisite: ACCT 101, high school bookkeeping or instructor permission and minimum placement in EAP 121 or BRDGE 093.

0110 Section S BURGOS N 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-9:00 PM W MDL-0106 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Fee includes access to e-book. See college refund policy.
An additional fee of $104.48 is collected for this course.
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Allied Health Education

425.640.1017

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

AHE 116 - INTRO TO HEALTHCARE

Explore the health care industry, regulatory systems and essential communication and decision-making skills for health care workers. Introduction to health occupations and educational requirements. Teaches basic skills and terminology common to health occupations.

0350 Section S PATTERSON E 4 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-7:50 PM T WWY-0106 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Instructor email: elizabeth.patterson@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
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AHE 144 - CLINICAL LAB ASSIST I

Overview of the clinical laboratory, including HIPAA regulations, OSHA standards, quality assurance practices, laboratory terminology, laboratory organizational structure, and applying a general understanding of the functions of a clinical laboratory information system. Prerequisite: AHE 110, AHE 116, BSTEC 104, HIV/AIDS and CPR all with a minimum grade of 2.0 or equivalent.

0404 Section S KUNDERS L 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
9/23/2020-10/21/2020 6:00 PM-8:00 PM W WWY-0105 Class is: Open
Also meets:
6:00 PM-8:00 PM W WWY-0119
Hybrid course. Instructor email: leanne.kunders@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $107.55 is collected for this course.
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AHE 145 - CLINICAL LAB ASSIST II

Participate in a controlled laboratory environment. Perform processing and distribution of specimens. Apply obtained phlebotomy skills, data entry, and patient information retrieval via Internet and other electronic resources. Prerequisite: AHE 144.

0410 Section S KUNDERS L 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
10/26/2020-12/11/2020 6:00 PM-8:30 PM MW WWY-0105 Class is: Open
Also meets:
6:00 PM-8:30 PM MW WWY-0119
Hybrid course. Instructor email: leanne.kunders@edcc.edu. This is a 5-week "Fast Track" class. Earn 5 credits in 5 weeks. AHE 144 is the companionclass offered during the first 5 weeks of the quarter. Class meets online start to end of scheduled dates.
An additional fee of $175.80 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 5/28/2020: Location
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Art

425.640.1560

ART 101 - DRAWING I

Drawing as an act of seeing, selections and translating onto a two-dimensional surface. Students learn to see, represent, and interpret the world around them using both traditional and experimental materials.

0542 Section SQ CHIOZZA A 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:50 PM M MDL-0123 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. See college refund policy.
Self-supporting class. A fee of $632.85 is collected for this course instead of tuition.
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ART 102 - DRAWING II

Applies skills learned in Drawing I with continued focus on observational drawing development. Conceptural ideas will be explored using both traditional and experimental methods and media. Prerequisite: ART 101 with a minimum 2.0 grade or instructor permission.

0560 Section SQ CHIOZZA A 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:50 PM M MDL-0123 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. See college refund policy.
Self-supporting class. A fee of $632.85 is collected for this course instead of tuition.
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ART 103 - DRAWING III

Continuation of Drawing I and II. Introduction of color value. Advanced exploration of experimental media and techniques with an emphasis on presentation. Prerequisite: ART 102 with a minimum 2.0 grade or instructor permission.

0578 Section SQ CHIOZZA A 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:50 PM M MDL-0123 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. See college refund policy.
Self-supporting class. A fee of $632.85 is collected for this course instead of tuition.
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ART 150 - PAINTING I

Introduction to techniques in painting using acrylics. Color theory, mixing colors, and application of elements of design are explored. Influences and contributions of various artists and cultures to painting will be discussed.

0602 Section SQ CROSS T 5 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:50 PM T MDL-0101 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. See college refund policy.
Self-supporting class. A fee of $632.85 is collected for this course instead of tuition.
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ART 151 - PAINTING II

Investigation of painting tools and materials, styles, and techniques. Organization of painting content, selection of subjects, social aspects, and individual concepts will be discussed and reviewed. Demonstration and studio work time to develop skills. Prerequisite: ART 150 with a minimum 2.0 grade or instructor permission.

0614 Section SQ CROSS T 5 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:50 PM T MDL-0101 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. See college refund policy.
Self-supporting class. A fee of $632.85 is collected for this course instead of tuition.
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ART 152 - PAINTING III

Continuation of ART 151 with an emphasis on the development of a series. Prerequisite: ART 151 with a minimum 2.0 grade or instructor permission.

0626 Section SQ CROSS T 5 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:50 PM T MDL-0101 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. See college refund policy.
Self-supporting class. A fee of $632.85 is collected for this course instead of tuition.
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ART 153 - PAINTING IV

Continuation of ART 152 with emphasis on independent research, large format work and development of style. Prerequisite: ART 152 with a minimum 2.0 grade or instructor permission.

0638 Section SQ CROSS T 5 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:50 PM T MDL-0101 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. See college refund policy.
Self-supporting class. A fee of $632.85 is collected for this course instead of tuition.
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Business Management

425.640.1604

Please contact department faculty for program advising:

Claudia Levi | claudia.levi@edcc.edu | 425.640.1388
Ann Paulson | apaulson@edcc.edu | 425.640.1613
Marie Tran | marie.tran@edcc.edu | 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.

MGMT 100 - HUMAN REL/ORGANIZ

Successful organizations maximize human potential to meet organizational goals and objectives. Focus on leadership, team building, interpersonal skills and applying principles of organizational behavior to today's changing and diverse workplace.

6494 Section S Cancelled 5 Credit(s)
Class is: Cancelled
This section has changed as of 6/8/2020: Cancelled
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MGMT 130 - PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING

Class covers the fundamental skills marketers need to be successful in this rapidly changing, competitive environment. Students learn to analyze marketing opportunities, develop strategy and create an integrated marketing mix, including pricing, advertising, promotions, distribution and product development.

6518 Section S TITO J 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-9:00 PM Th SQL-0204 Class is: Open
Hybrid course.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
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BUS& 201 - BUSINESS LAW

Legal institutions and processes in a business society; law as a system of social thought, behavior and resolution. Meets business administration transfer requirements for most institutions. Prerequisite: Placement in ENGL 099.

1220 Section S VELASQUEZ C 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-9:00 PM M MLT-0204 Class is: Open
Hybrid course.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
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MGMT 270 - PROJECT MANAGEMENT I

Learn the basics of working in a project team. Students create plans that identify project scope, constraints, stakeholders, and risks, then explore customer needs and requirements. Includes an introduction to scheduling. Team and communication skills strongly emphasized. Prerequisite: Recommend placement into ENGL 099.

6584 Section S VERSDAHL M 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-9:00 PM T SQL-0204 Class is: Open
Hybrid course.
An additional fee of $41.55 is collected for this course.
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MGMT 271 - PROJECT MANAGEMENT II

Course focuses on tools to plan, monitor and control project schedules, manage resources, budgets and specifications. Students develop projects using PM tools including WBS, Gantt charts and network diagrams. Project risk will also be addressed. Prerequisite: MGMT 270 recommended.

6590 Section ON1 LEVI C 5 Credit(s) Evening Class Online Course
6:00 PM-9:00 PM T ONL Class is: Open
Online course. Students are expected to attend online class meetings at the scheduled times. Instructor email: claudia.levi@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $55.65 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 6/8/2020: More than one change
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Career and College Success

425.640.1560

Career and College Success courses help students develop professional and academic skills and strategies for career and college success. Note: The Career and College Success course credits apply to General Electives and must be completed within the first two quarters. Students who transfer in with 30+ credits and a GPA of 2.0 or higher can apply for a waiver.

STEM 100 - CCS: STEM

This course is designed to enhance student success and transition into college for students pursuing STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) majors and/or careers. It emphasizes self-assessment, goal-setting, effective study habits, campus and community resources, and education planning. Additional topics include diversity, team building, academic honesty, career development, and the use of online tools to aid in academic success. This course will also provide students with a broad introduction to the scientific method and various STEM careers and STEM disciplines. Prerequisite: Placement in ENGLP 093 or AENGL 093.

8468 Section S FORSON D 3 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:10 PM T MLT-0215 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Instructor email: diane.forson@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 6/30/2020: Instructor change
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Chemistry

425.640.1679

CHEM& 121 - INTRO TO CHEMISTRY W/LAB

A general introduction to chemistry with an emphasis on applications of chemistry in the health and life sciences. Intended for students in allied health fields, such as nursing and dental hygiene. Prerequisite: Placement in ENGL& 101 and completion of MATH 087 or higher with a minimum grade of 2.0.

1346 Section AA WALSH H 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
5:10 PM-7:00 PM M HZL-0314 Class is: Open
The lecture portion of this course is 100% online. Lab sessions meet weekly on campus. Instructor email: heather.walsh@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $70.55 is collected for this course.
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Child Youth Family Study

425.640.1605

The Child, Youth, and Family Studies - Bachelor of Applied Science (CYFS-BAS) degree program has a foundation in social justice, equity and inclusion interwoven throughout the curriculum to enhance your ability to work with children, youth, and families of diverse populations. Degree completion leads to advanced careers in early learning settings and social services programs. Admission into this program is by application only; please contact the CYFS department for more information: cyfs@edcc.edu | 425.640.1605 | edcc.edu/cyfs.

CYFS 310 - INTRO CHILD/YOUTH/FAMILY

Examines an overview of the field of child and family studies, reviewing its historic development, current trends, and the advantages of an interdisciplinary approach to serving children, youth, and families. Analyzes the application of theoretical and conceptual foundations to a variety of professional career settings in early childhood education and social and human services. Prerequisite: Admission to BAS program.

2120 Section S ELSA-GORDO S 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-9:00 PM M SQL-0203 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Admission to BAS program required.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
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CYFS 320 - RESOURCES & SYSTEM NAV

Examines community resources in the context of community building, family support and empowerment, cultural competence, and social justice. Analyzes and develops skills in navigating complex systems that impact children, youth, and families. Prerequisite: Admission to BAS program.

2126 Section S MANN M 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-9:00 PM W SQL-0203 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Admission to BAS program required.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
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CYFS 410 - SOCIAL JUSTICE IN CYFS

Course examines principles of inclusion and effective interactions with diverse populations, with respect of culture, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, and disabilities. Theoretical foundations are analyzed to provide professionals in early education and social services with anti-bias strategies that address power, privilege, voice, marginalization, and oppression to transform social structures to strengthen societal equity for children and families. Prerequisite: Admission to BAS Program.

2132 Section S ELSA-GORDO S 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-9:00 PM T SQL-0203 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Admission to BAS program required.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
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CYFS 420 - APPLIED RESEARCH METHODS

Analyzes for understanding and critically evaluating research that impacts children, youth, and families. Develops a framework for conducting research and applying knowledge in practical settings. Formulates skills in information literacy and the research process with emphasis on finding, evaluating, and using scholarly information in education and social services settings. Prerequisite: Admission to BAS Program and MATH& 146 or equivalent with a minimum grade of 2.0.

2138 Section S 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-9:00 PM Th SQL-0203 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Admission to BAS program required.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
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College and Career Prep

425.640.1593

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.

PREP 046 - MATH FOUNDATIONS

Students review arithmetic functions (including four operations, fractions, decimals, percentages, ratios) and are introduced to pre-Algebra concepts incuding integers and variables. Credit and skills achieved may be applied toward HS21+ or preparation for GED® and higher education (was ABE 042). Prerequisite: Orientation and advising are required before taking this course.

7808 Section S GUERIN K 5 Credit(s) Evening Class No Online Registration
6:00 PM-8:10 PM M MUK-0119 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Instructor email: kimberly.guerin@edcc.edu.
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Computer Information Systems

425.640.1604

See also BSTEC, CS, and ETEC department listings.

CIS 125 - NETWORK WORKSTATION

Windows operating system (OS) with emphasis on command line functions. Topics include: OS installation, navigation, and administrative tools. Prerequisite: CIS 100 or concurrent enrollment.

1484 Section S BERNTSON L 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-7:50 PM W SNH-0124 Class is: Open
Hybrid course.
An additional fee of $99.80 is collected for this course.
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CIS 151 - A+ HARDWARE SUPPORT

A comprehensive course in computer hardware. Students will build, analyze, and diagnose PC hardware components and peripherals. Emphasis is placed on PC hardware, networking, mobile devices, virtualization, and troubleshooting using industry standard test equipment. Preparation for the current CompTIA A+ Hardware certification exam is included. Prerequisite: CIS 100 or concurrent enrollment and placement into AENGL 093 or ENGLP 093 or instructor permission.

1490 Section S MATTHEWS R 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:40 PM TTh SNH-0104 Class is: Open
Hybrid course.
An additional fee of $100.85 is collected for this course.
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CIS 210 - WIN SERVER INST & CONFIG

Focuses on installation and configuration of services on Windows Server. Topics include managing and maintaining Active Directory, DNS, File Sharing, Printing Services, Group Policy, Networking, IPV4 and IPV6, and DHCP server roles. Prerequisite: CIS 125 with a minimum grade of 2.5 or instructor permission.

1514 Section S Cancelled 5 Credit(s)
Class is: Cancelled
This section has changed as of 6/3/2020: Cancelled
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CIS 250 - DATABASE THEORY & DESIGN

Designed to recognize data as a business resource. Database models are discussed from both a developer’s and a user’s viewpoint. Topics include: conceptual and logical models, cloud computing, big data, data warehouses, business intelligence, and data normalization through case studies. Prerequisite: CIS 102 or instructor permission.

1526 Section S HO L 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:40 PM T SNH-0124 Class is: Open
Hybrid course.
An additional fee of $99.80 is collected for this course.
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CIS 251 - STRUC QUERY LANG (SQL)

Covers topics in Structure Query Language (SQL) including statements such as select, update, insert, delete and create. Emphasis on the ability to extract, update and maintain databases using MySQL and Workbench. Prerequisite: CIS 250 with a minimum grade of 2.5 or instructor permission.

1532 Section S HO L 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:40 PM Th SNH-0124 Class is: Open
Hybrid course.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
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CIS 274 - CYBERSECURITY FUND

Fundamentals of operational and organizational cybersecurity, cyber defense in the enterprise, and authentication, authorization, and accounting (AAA) concepts. Best practices to provide endpoint host protection services are covered as well. Maps to the CySA+ and Security+ exams. Prerequisite: CIS 171 with a minimum grade of 2.5 or concurrent enrollment or instructor permission.

1550 Section S ANDREW M 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:40 PM Th SNH-0123 Class is: Open
Hybrid course.
An additional fee of $169.20 is collected for this course.
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CIS 296 - INCIDENT RESPONSE & SIEM

Covers a methodical and forensically sound approach to dealing with security breaches (also known as incidents). Students will learn how to manage incidents so that damage is limited and recovery time is optimal. Real-time monitoring and correlation of events taking place within an information system will be covered as well as conducting a detailed analysis of log data from various systems. This course forms the nexus between the digital forensics and cyber security courses. Prerequisite: CIS 277 and CIS 293 with a minimum grade of 2.5 or instructor permission.

1580 Section S ANDREW M 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:40 PM W SNH-0123 Class is: Open
Hybrid course.
An additional fee of $169.20 is collected for this course.
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Computer Science

425.640.1902

See also BSTEC, CIS, and ETEC department listings.

CS 115 - INTRO TO PROGRAMMING

An introductory course in programming using VB.NET. No previous programming experience is expected. Topics include designing, creating and debugging interactive, event-driven programs with a graphical user interface and developing problem-solving skills Prerequisite: MATH 090 or MATH 097 or ETEC 150 with a minimum grade of 2.0 or placement above MATH 097 or instructor permission.

2054 Section S RUSSELL P 5 Credit(s) Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:35 PM MW ALD-0105 Class is: Open
An additional fee of $68.25 is collected for this course.
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CS& 141 - COMPUTER SCIENCE I JAVA

Introduction to Java programming. Topics include basic Java syntax, data types, control structures, methods, object representation using classes, graphics and arrays, all within a framework of general object oriented programming principles. Prerequisite: CS 115 or equivalent with a grade of 2.5 or higher or instructor permission.

2108 Section S ZUVICH L 5 Credit(s) Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:35 PM TTh SNH-0219 Class is: Waitlisted
An additional fee of $68.25 is collected for this course.
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Construction Management

425.640.1026

CONST 100 - COMPUTERS IN CONST

Introduction to business computing with emphasis on construction management using Windows, PDF's, and MS Office. Applies the computer as a problem-solving tool for the construction professional. Use spreadsheets, word processing, information management and presentation software in construction specific exercises.

1928 Section S TAT L 4 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
5:45 PM-9:00 PM Th ALD-0102 Class is: Open
Hybrid course.
An additional fee of $86.15 is collected for this course.
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CONST 141 - ARCH BLUEPRINT READING I

An introduction to reading and interpreting architectural drawings. Layout, terminology, graphic standards and drafting fundamentals. Emphasis on how to locate information and cross reference with details, schedules, and specifications for clarification.

1934 Section S KOLANDA P 4 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:00 PM M MDL-0211 Class is: Open
Hybrid course.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 5/22/2020: Days
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CONST 160 - MATERIALS AND METHODS

Exploration of the relationship between design criteria, material selection, and methods of construction. Focus on the properties of common materials and the various construction techniques associated with them. Includes mechanical, electrical and plumbing systems.

1946 Section S KOLANDA P 4 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:00 PM W MDL-0221 Class is: Open
Hybrid course.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
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CONST 200 - BASIC ESTIMATING

A detailed introduction to the world of construction estimating and bidding. Basic concepts, procedures, and terminology. Quantity take-off and pricing techniques. Scope of work issues and costs associated with the major components of a construction project. Prerequisite: Completion of CONST 100 and CONST 141 or instructor permission.

1964 Section S KOLANDA P 4 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:00 PM T MDL-0211 Class is: Open
Hybrid course.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
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CONST 201 - COMMERCIAL ESTIMATING

This advanced estimating course further develops the methods and procedures of estimating for application in commercial construction. Emphasis is placed on pricing through the utilization of schedule of values, preconstruction services, budgetary estimating, and on-line take-offs, which are completed in connection with the estimating process. Prerequisite: CONST 200 or instructor permission.

1970 Section S KOLANDA P 4 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:00 PM Th ALD-0101 Class is: Open
Hybrid course.
An additional fee of $86.15 is collected for this course.
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CONST 230 - PLANNING AND SCHEDULING

Planning and scheduling of a construction project utilizing the critical path methods (CPM). Develop and manipulate a computerized schedule for a construction project using MS Project application software. Prerequisite: Completion of CONST 266 or instructor permission.

1976 Section S FORT W 4 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
5:45 PM-8:30 PM T ALD-0102 Class is: Open
Hybrid course.
An additional fee of $96.10 is collected for this course.
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CONST 280 - BUILDING CODES I

Introduction to the International Building Code and applicable parts of the IRC. Covers content, format, and application of building code. Definitions, administration, general requirements, occupancy classification, types of construction, fire and safety requirements.

1994 Section S GILLIS M 3 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:30 PM-8:30 PM M SQL-0202 Class is: Open
Hybrid course.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
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Early Childhood Education

425.640.1612

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.

ECED& 132 - INFANT AND TODDLER CARE

Examine the unique developmental needs of infants and toddlers. Study the role of the caregiver, relationships with families, developmentally appropriate practices, nurturing environments for infants and toddlers and culturally relevant care.

2258 Section S ARNOLD S 3 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:45 PM T 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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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.

2264 Section S PETERSON-BRU 3 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:45 PM W SNH-0215 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Instructor email: heather.peterson@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
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Education

425.640.1612

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.

EDUC& 115 - CHILD DEVELOPMENT

Build foundation for explaining how children develop in all domains, prenatal through early adolescence. Explore developmental theories, methods for documenting growth, and impact of brain development.

2378 Section S TRAORE N 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-9:30 PM M SNH-0215 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Instructor email: nicole.traore@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
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EDUC& 150 - CHILD/FAMILY/COMMTY

Integrate the family and community context in which a child develops. Explore cultures and demographics of families in society, community resources, strategies for involving families in the education of their child and tools for effective communication. S/U grade option

2396 Section S TRAORE N 3 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:45 PM Th SNH-0215 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Instructor email: nicole.traore@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
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English

425.640.1560

REGISTRATION GUIDELINES FOR ENGLISH COMPOSITION COURSES: (If you do not meet any of the following conditions, please contact the Enrollment Services Office at 425.640.1000.) Students who have NOT completed ENGL 099 at Edmonds College must take the placement test. Make an appointment at the Testing Center, Mountlake Terrace Hall, Room 152 or call 425.640.1546.

Register for ENGL 099 if: you receive placement in ENGL 099 from the Testing Center or from your AENGL or ENGLP instructor; or if you completed ENGLP 093 with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or if you are currently enrolled in ENGLP 093. (You must earn a grade of 2.0 or higher in ENGLP 093 to remain enrolled in ENGL 099.)

Register for ENGL& 101 if: you receive placement in ENGL& 101 from the Testing Center or from your AENGL or ENGLP instructor; or you completed ENGL 099 at Edmonds College with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or you are currently enrolled in ENGL 099. (You must earn agrade of 2.0 or higher in ENGL 099 to remain enrolled in ENGL& 101.)

Register for ENGL& 102 if: You completed ENGL& 101 at Edmonds College with a grade of 2.0 or higher; or you are currently enrolled in ENGL& 101 (You must earn a grade of at least 2.0 in 101 to remain enrolled in 102.); or you complete, with a grade of at least 2.0, a course at another college that is equivalent to ENGL& 101. (To get your ENGL courses evaluated, take an unofficial transcript to Enrollment Services.)

ENGL& 101 - ENGLISH COMPOSITION I

Emphasizes integrating critical reading, thinking, and writing in the development of analytic/argumentative essays. Covers composition methods, rhetorical principles, academic writing style and conventions; textual analysis; and source integration and citation. Prerequisite: ACCUPLACER, ACCUPLACER exemption, essay placement, or ENGL 099 or PREP 099 (or certified equivalent) with a minimum grade of 2.0

3626 Section 23 OVERA K 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:10 PM T MLT-0217 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Instructor email: michael.overa@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 5/27/2020: Instructor change
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ENGL& 102 - COMPOSITION II

Emphasizes integrating critical reading, thinking, and writing in the development of analytic/argumentative research essays. Covers composition methods; rhetorical principles; academic writing style and conventions; textual analysis; evaluation, integration and citation of sources; and academic research. Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 or EdCC certified equivalent with minimum grade of 2.0.

3806 Section 13 OVERA K 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:10 PM Th MLT-0217 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Instructor email: michael.overa@edcc.edu. Theme: What Makes Us Human Now? Investigate the nature of being human now by examining how concepts of language, creativity, relationships, and intelligence are evolving with advances in technology.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 5/28/2020: Instructor change
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Family Support Studies

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See also Social and Human Services department listings.

Providing supportive services for people is at the core of the Social and Human Services program. Classes prepare students to work in behavioral health services such as mental health, addictions or co-occurring illnesses, with families in school districts or their communities or with children and youth in schools or agencies. Classes are also listed under Family Support Studies (FSS).

FSS 186 - HOME VISITING SKILLS

Enhance skills and techniques for effective home visiting in various settings and age groups. Includes building relationships, setting goals and completing documentation, creating safety and application of ethical standards. To include observations and personal skills assessment. S/U grade option.

4700 Section S NORTHERN D 2 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
10/12/2020-11/23/2020 6:00 PM-9:00 PM M SNH-0332 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. This class meets online first day of quarter and on campus Mon 10/12,2020, 10/26/2020, 11/09/2020,and 11/23/2020. Instructor email:deborah.northern@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
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FSS 195 - BUILD COMM PARTNERSHIPS

Develop and practice collaboration skills to work with consumers, service providers and community organizations. Identify services for families and individuals in their community. Includes focus on prevention. S/U grade option.

4706 Section S MCQUADE L 3 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
10/5/2020-11/16/2020 6:00 PM-9:00 PM M SNH-0332 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. This class meets online first day of quarter and on campus Mon 10/05/2020, 10/19/2020, 11/02/2020, and 11/16/2020. Instructor email: luke.mcquade@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
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GED Classes

425.640.1593

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.

GED 008 - SPANISH GED MATH/SCI

Class prepares students for the official Spanish GED® Mathematical Reasoning and Science tests. Prerequisite: Orientation and advising are required before taking this course.

4742 Section S KOTELES B 5 Credit(s) Evening Class No Online Registration
6:00 PM-8:10 PM T MUK-0117 Class is: Open
Es un requisito tomar la sesión de Orientación y Consejería ANTES de empezar el Curso. Para registrarse contacte a Beatriz Koteles en su email beatriz.koteles@edcc.edu. Hybrid course.
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GED 009 - GED PREPARATION

Class prepares students for the official GED® tests, college classes, and current or future work. Registration permitted first seven weeks as space is available. S/U grade option. Prerequisite: Department orientation and advising required.

4760 Section S VANHOLLEBEKE MAX 5 Credit(s) Evening Class No Online Registration
6:00 PM-8:10 PM T MUK-0120 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Instructor email: jean.vanhollebeke@edcc.edu.
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High School Completion

425.640.1593

Program for adults 18 years of age and older. Seventeen year olds are eligible if they meet special entry requirements. Reduced tuition is available for state residents who are 19 years of age or older. Advising is required before registration. Students need to bring their high school transcripts to the Pre-College Education Office in MUK 403 for evaluation prior to their advising appointment. Students may take college level courses for high school credit after meeting admissions requirements and obtaining permission of high school adviser. Also see College and Career Prep and GED classes for additional classes.

No online registration.

MATH 047J - COLLEGE PREP MATH

Review of operations with integers, order of operations, exponents, fractions, decimals and percentages, and applications. Introduction to the concepts of algebra, including simplifying and evaluating expressions and solving linear equations; focus on problem solving and math success skills. Intended for students who have had little or no algebra. S/U grade option.

5834 Section S CHAPMAN E 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:10 PM M MUK-0115 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Instructor email: eric.chapman@edcc.edu
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
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EDCAP 080 - EDCAP RE-ENGAGE

The EdCAP Re-Engage class is designed to give students enrolled in the EdCAP program additional academic resources and supports to successfully complete all EdCC classes. Prerequisite: Departmental advising into this course.

2348 Section ST BERRY C 2 Credit(s) Evening Class No Online Registration
5:10 PM-7:20 PM W ONL Class is: Open
Online course. Students are expected to attend online class meetings at the scheduled times. Proctored exams may be required. Instructor email: chelsey.berry@edcc.edu.
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Honors Contract Option

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The following sections are open to all students. Students have the option to complete the class for Honors Credits by special arrangement with the instructor. Find course descriptions and additional class information under respective department sections.

POLS& 202 - AMERICAN GOVERNMENT

Introduction to the structure and processes of American government and politics. Special emphasis is placed on the relationship between political culture, thought, institutions, and the debate over public policy. Prerequisite: Placement in ENGL& 101.

7682 Section S Cancelled 5 Credit(s)
Class is: Cancelled
This section has changed as of 6/23/2020: Cancelled
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Honors Program

425.640.1560

Are you motivated to pursue your intellectual and academic passions? Would you like to work closely with a faculty mentor in guided research opportunities and to participate in a community of scholars? If this is you then the Honors Program is designed to help you get the most out of your Edmonds Community College experience! The program emphasizes small classes and a core curriculum of innovative and exciting courses designed to help put you in charge of your education. See Honors Program, www.edcc.edu/honors for more information.

See also Honors Section Courses and Honors Contract Option.

POLS& 202 - AMERICAN GOVERNMENT

Introduction to the structure and processes of American government and politics. Special emphasis is placed on the relationship between political culture, thought, institutions, and the debate over public policy. Prerequisite: Placement in ENGL& 101.

7682 Section S Cancelled 5 Credit(s)
Class is: Cancelled
This section has changed as of 6/23/2020: Cancelled
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Horticulture

425.640.1739

Please contact department faculty for program advising - lorraine.brooks@edcc.edu.

HORT 106 - BROADLEAF IDENTIFICATION

Learn to recognize the principal broadleaf evergreens used in Northwest gardens along with their culture and use. Be prepared to arrive and depart from field trip sites on your own.

4952 Section S Cancelled 5 Credit(s)
Class is: Cancelled
This section has changed as of 6/4/2020: Cancelled
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4955 Section T RAU M 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:50 PM W ONL Class is: Open
Also meets:
8:00 AM-11:50 AM Sa FIR-0107
Hybrid course. Students are expected to attend virtual class mtgs through video conferencing software for Wed. class time and meet on campus for Sat. class time. Mandatory health and safety guidelines will be followed. Attendance requirements will be provided by instructor.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 6/11/2020: Time change
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HORT 120 - LANDSCAPE APPRECIATION

This basic design course explores design elements and principles and their application in landscape design, maintenance, and other fields of horticulture.

4958 Section S FELICIANO A 2 Credit(s) Evening Class
6:00 PM-7:50 PM T FIR-0109 Class is: Open
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HORT 224 - DESIGN PRESENTATION

Provides background training in the creation of a professional plot plan. Topics include scales, lettering, and layout for a legible plan. Learn basics of selection/elevations and perspective sketching. S/U grade option.

4976 Section S FELICIANO A 3 Credit(s) Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:50 PM Th FIR-0109 Class is: Open
An additional fee of $27.60 is collected for this course.
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HORT 242 - INTRO TO ARBORICULTURE

Covers basics of arboriculture and tree management, including tree physiology, selection, maintenance and common landscape problems. International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) standards will be discussed. S/U grade option.

4988 Section S RAU M 3 Credit(s) Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:50 PM M FIR-0107 Class is: Open
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Information Technology Application Development

425.640.1604

Classes begin Fall 2020.

ITAD 300 - SOFTWARE ENGINEERING

The course journeys through multiple facets of software engineering, including software process models, software testing, requirements engineering, and systems engineering. Additionally, the software development process is analyzed to explore conceptual design, product release, and user testing. Prerequisite: CS 143 or equivalent.

1585 Section S JINGUJI D 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:10 PM M HZL-0308 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Permit code required. Contact instructor at daniel.jinguji@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
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ITAD 315 - DISCRETE MATH FOR DEV

Students are introduced to logic and proof, structures and algorithms, and number theory. Focus is also given to induction and recursion and counting and discrete probability to provide the essential foundation and framework for software development. Prerequisite: MATH& 141.

1590 Section S JINGUJI D 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:10 PM W HZL-0308 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Permit code required. Contact instructor at daniel.jinguji@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
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Mathematics

425.640.1679

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."

MATH 047J - COLLEGE PREP MATH

Review of operations with integers, order of operations, exponents, fractions, decimals and percentages, and applications. Introduction to the concepts of algebra, including simplifying and evaluating expressions and solving linear equations; focus on problem solving and math success skills. Intended for students who have had little or no algebra. S/U grade option.

5834 Section S CHAPMAN E 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:10 PM M MUK-0115 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Instructor email: eric.chapman@edcc.edu
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
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MATH 077 - INTRODUCTORY ALGEBRA

Introduction to the concepts of algebra. Operations on signed numbers, solution of linear equations, exponents and algebraic fractions, and basic operations on polynomials. Includes a review of some properties and operations of arithmetic. Intended for students who have had little or no algebra recently. Registration permitted first seven weeks (six in summer) as space is available. Prerequisite: MATH 047 or PREP 047 with a minimum grade of 2.0, or appropriate score on Math Placement Test.

5924 Section S NAZARIAN H MAX 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:10 PM M MUK-0217 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Instructor email: haji.nazarian@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
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MATH 087 - ESSENTIALS INT ALGEBRA

Introduction to the concepts of linear, exponential, and logarithmic functions. Operations on polynomials, solutions to linear and polynomial equations, and rules of exponents. Registration permitted first seven weeks as space is available. Prerequisite: PREP 087, ABE 087 or HSC 087 with a minimum grade of 3.0 or MATH 077 with a minimum grade of 2.0 or appropriate score on Math Placement Test.

6020 Section S NAZARIAN H MAX 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:10 PM T MUK-0210 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Instructor email: haji.nazarian@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
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MATH 097 - ALGEBRA FOR PRECALCULUS

Covers many topics of MATH 087 in greater depth. Operations on polynomials, algebra functions, symbolic approaches for solving equations, geometric formulas. Exponential, logarithmic and quadratic functions. Intended to prepare students for Math 141. Registration permitted first seven weeks as space is available. Prerequisite: MATH 087 or equivalent with a minimum grade of 2.0 or appropriate placement.

6110 Section S ROLAND J MAX 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:10 PM W MUK-0211 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Instructor email: jeremiah.roland@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
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MATH& 141 - PRECALCULUS I

General nature of functions. Linear, quadratic, polynomial, rational, exponential and logarithmic functions. Applications. Prerequisite: MATH 097 with a minimum grade of 2.0 or appropriate placement.

6272 Section S SALARI M 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-7:00 PM TTh HZL-0305 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Instructor email: moshen.salari@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
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MATH& 146 - INTRODUCTION TO STATS

Introduction to statistical methods and applications; organization of data, sampling, testing hypotheses, confidence intervals, regression and correlations. Prerequisite: MATH 087 with a minimum grade of 2.5 or MATH 097 with a minimum grade of 2.0 or PREP 087, ABE 087 or HSC 087 with a minimum grade of 3.0 and placement in ENGL& 101.

6356 Section S TINNING B 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:10 PM W HZL-0306 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Instructor email: brenda.tinning@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
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MATH& 151 - CALCULUS I

Limits, continuity, derivatives and applications. Differentiation of algebraic, exponential, logarithmic, trigonometric and inverse-trigonometric functions. Prerequisite: MATH& 142 with a minimum grade of 2.0 or appropriate placement.

6416 Section S NZENGE G 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:10 PM T HZL-0308 Class is: Open
Online course delivered via WAMAP with zero-cost textbook. Instructor email: george.nzenge@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
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Mathematics - Individualized

425.640.1679

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.

MATH 047I - PRE-ALGEBRA

Review of operations with integers, order of operations, exponents, fractions, decimals and percentages, and applications. Introduction to the concepts of algebra, including simplying and evaluating expressions and solving linear equations; focus on problem solving and math success skills. Intended for students who have had little or no algebra.

5792 Section SV BOTLEY S MAX 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:10 PM M MUK-0207 Class is: Open
Students enrolled in Math Center classes may attend class on-campus MWF at the indicated times and/or may attend remotely TTh at the indicated times. Proctored exams may be required. Instructor email: sbotley@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $71.55 is collected for this course.
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MATH 077 - INTRODUCTORY ALGEBRA

Introduction to the concepts of algebra. Operations on signed numbers, solution of linear equations, exponents and algebraic fractions, and basic operations on polynomials. Includes a review of some properties and operations of arithmetic. Intended for students who have had little or no algebra recently. Registration permitted first seven weeks (six in summer) as space is available. Prerequisite: MATH 047 or PREP 047 with a minimum grade of 2.0, or appropriate score on Math Placement Test.

5912 Section ISV BOTLEY S MAX 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:10 PM M MUK-0207 Class is: Open
Students enrolled in Math Center classes may attend class on-campus MWF at the indicated times and/or may attend remotely TTh at the indicated times. Proctored exams may be required. Instructor email: sbotley@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $71.55 is collected for this course.
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MATH 087 - ESSENTIALS INT ALGEBRA

Introduction to the concepts of linear, exponential, and logarithmic functions. Operations on polynomials, solutions to linear and polynomial equations, and rules of exponents. Registration permitted first seven weeks as space is available. Prerequisite: PREP 087, ABE 087 or HSC 087 with a minimum grade of 3.0 or MATH 077 with a minimum grade of 2.0 or appropriate score on Math Placement Test.

6002 Section ISV BOTLEY S MAX 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:10 PM M MUK-0207 Class is: Open
Students enrolled in Math Center classes may attend class on-campus MWF at the indicated times and/or may attend remotely TTh at the indicated times. Proctored exams may be required. Instructor email: sbotley@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $71.55 is collected for this course.
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MATH 097 - ALGEBRA FOR PRECALCULUS

Covers many topics of MATH 087 in greater depth. Operations on polynomials, algebra functions, symbolic approaches for solving equations, geometric formulas. Exponential, logarithmic and quadratic functions. Intended to prepare students for Math 141. Registration permitted first seven weeks as space is available. Prerequisite: MATH 087 or equivalent with a minimum grade of 2.0 or appropriate placement.

6098 Section ISV BOTLEY S MAX 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:10 PM M MUK-0207 Class is: Open
Students enrolled in Math Center classes may attend class on-campus MWF at the indicated times and/or may attend remotely TTh at the indicated times. Proctored exams may be required. Instructor email: sbotley@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $71.55 is collected for this course.
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BUS 130I - BUSINESS MATH

1130 Section SV BOTLEY S MAX 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:10 PM M MUK-0207 Class is: Open
Students enrolled in Math Center classes may attend class on-campus MWF at the indicated times and/or may attend remotely TTh at the indicated times. Proctored exams may be required. Instructor email: sbotley@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $71.55 is collected for this course.
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Music

425.640.1560

MUSC 114 - CLASS PIANO

Music reading and keyboard techniques from beginning through intermediate levels.

6662 Section S HERBERT J 2 Credit(s) Evening Class
5:30 PM-8:10 PM W MIC-0211 Class is: Open
An additional fee of $15.00 is collected for this course.
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MUSC 115 - CLASS PIANO

Music reading and keyboard techniques from beginning through intermediate levels.

6686 Section S HERBERT J 2 Credit(s) Evening Class
5:30 PM-8:10 PM W MIC-0211 Class is: Open
An additional fee of $15.00 is collected for this course.
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MUSC 116 - CLASS PIANO

Music reading and keyboard techniques from beginning through intermediate levels.

6710 Section S HERBERT J 2 Credit(s) Evening Class
5:30 PM-8:10 PM W MIC-0211 Class is: Open
An additional fee of $15.00 is collected for this course.
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MUSC 180 - CONCERT BAND

Rehearsal and performance of instrumental music of a variety of eras and styles; study of instrumental technique and musicianship skills. Quarterly concerts are required.

6848 Section S MOSTOVOY S 2 Credit(s) Evening Class
7:00 PM-9:30 PM T MIC-0114 Class is: Open
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MUSC 214 - CLASS PIANO

Music reading and keyboard techniques at intermediate level.

6884 Section S HERBERT J 2 Credit(s) Evening Class
5:30 PM-8:10 PM W MIC-0211 Class is: Open
An additional fee of $15.00 is collected for this course.
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MUSC 215 - CLASS PIANO

Music reading and keyboard techniques at intermediate level.

6908 Section S HERBERT J 2 Credit(s) Evening Class
5:30 PM-8:10 PM W MIC-0211 Class is: Open
An additional fee of $15.00 is collected for this course.
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MUSC 216 - CLASS PIANO

Music reading and keyboard techniques at intermediate level.

6932 Section S HERBERT J 2 Credit(s) Evening Class
5:30 PM-8:10 PM W MIC-0211 Class is: Open
An additional fee of $15.00 is collected for this course.
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MUSC 280 - CONCERT BAND

Rehearsal and performance of intermediate to advanced instrumental music of a variety of eras and styles; study of advanced instrumental technique and musicianship skills. Students will assume leadership positions in their sections. Quarterly concerts are required. Prerequisite: MUSC 189 or instructor permission.

7058 Section S MOSTOVOY S 2 Credit(s) Evening Class
7:00 PM-9:30 PM T MIC-0114 Class is: Open
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Paralegal

425.640.1658

LEGAL 205 - CIVIL PROCEDURE

An overview of the civil litigation process in Washington State and the paralegal's role in assisting with civil litigation matters. Topics include commencement of a civil action, pleadings and motions, parties to a case, discovery of evidence, trials, judgments, and appeals, as well as alternatives to litigation. Emphasis is placed on using the Washington State Court Rules effectively. Students gain experience drafting basic pleadings, motions, and other papers.

5672 Section S SPENCE D 5 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:10 PM TTh LYN-0234 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Instructor email: david.spence@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $46.55 is collected for this course.
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LEGAL 228 - LAW OFFICE TECHNOLOGY

Introduction to law office technology, including timekeeping and billing software; database, case management, and docket control software; litigation support software; legal imaging techniques; and electronic filing. Microsoft Office Suite is covered; however, students should already possess basic-to-intermediate computer and word processing skills prior to taking this course. Prerequisite: LEGAL 200 or instructor permission.

5702 Section S CHEN E 5 Credit(s) Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:10 PM MW ALD-0104 Class is: Open
This class will be delivered as a synchronous online course. It will meet remotely via Zoom video conferencing. Course content will be shared via audio-visual means. If you require an accommodation please call 425.640.1320. Instructor: edward.chen@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $68.25 is collected for this course.
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LEGAL 230 - INTERVIEW/INVESTIGATE

Introduction to factual investigations and interviewing, with emphasis on methods of investigation, role of pretrial discovery, examination of evidence, use of experts, obtaining public and private information, and ethical considerations associated with investigation. Students will conduct mock interviews with potential clients and witnesses based on hypothetical civil and criminal cases. Prerequisite: LEGAL 200 or instructor permission.

5708 Section S OLSON C 5 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Hybrid Course Evening Class
8:20 PM-10:00 PM TTh LYN-0234 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. This class is a synchronous course; it will meet both in-person at EdCC and remotely via Zoom video conferencing and content will be shared via audio-visual means. If you need accomodation call 425.640.1320. Instructor email: christine.olson@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
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LEGAL 240 - CONTRACTS

This course examines the components of a legally binding contract. Topics also include; defenses against enforcement, interpretation of contract terms, performance, breach, and remedies. Students gain experience analyzing contract problems and drafting standard contract provisions.

5726 Section S Cancelled 5 Credit(s)
Class is: Cancelled
This section has changed as of 6/4/2020: Cancelled
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Political Science

425.640.1560

POLS& 202 - AMERICAN GOVERNMENT

Introduction to the structure and processes of American government and politics. Special emphasis is placed on the relationship between political culture, thought, institutions, and the debate over public policy. Prerequisite: Placement in ENGL& 101.

7682 Section S Cancelled 5 Credit(s)
Class is: Cancelled
This section has changed as of 6/23/2020: Cancelled
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Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics

425.640.1679

STEM 100 - CCS: STEM

This course is designed to enhance student success and transition into college for students pursuing STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) majors and/or careers. It emphasizes self-assessment, goal-setting, effective study habits, campus and community resources, and education planning. Additional topics include diversity, team building, academic honesty, career development, and the use of online tools to aid in academic success. This course will also provide students with a broad introduction to the scientific method and various STEM careers and STEM disciplines. Prerequisite: Placement in ENGLP 093 or AENGL 093.

8468 Section S FORSON D 3 Credit(s) Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:10 PM T MLT-0215 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Instructor email: diane.forson@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 6/30/2020: Instructor change
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Social and Human Services

425.640.1712

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

Providing supportive services for people is at the core of the Social and Human Services program. Classes prepare students to work in behavioral health services such as mental health, addictions or co-occurring illnesses, with families in school districts or their communities or with children and youth in schools or agencies. Classes are also listed under Family Support Studies (FSS).

SHS 219 - WORKING W/DIVERSE POP

Identifies potential barriers to effective interactions with diverse populations, including culture, ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, disability, and health differences. Provides a frame of reference and skills for effective work with clients different from oneself. This course addresses the educational content specified in WAC 246-811-030 (2 e). Prerequisite: SHS 114 or SHS 115.

8288 Section S MCQUADE L 3 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Hybrid Course Evening Class
6:00 PM-8:00 PM W SNH-0332 Class is: Open
Hybrid course. Instructor email: luke.mcquade@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $31.55 is collected for this course.
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