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Late Starting Courses - Summer 2020

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. alliedhealth@edcc.edu.

AHE 115 - CPR:ALLIED HEALTH

American Heart Association (AHA) Basic Life Support (BLS) Provider training including a section on blood-borne pathogens. Leads to certification in the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED). Class meets and exceeds all OSHA, WISHA, and L&I standards.

0133 Section A DORN A 1 Credit(s) Hybrid Course
7/1/2020-7/11/2020 8:30 AM-6:00 PM Sa SEA-0101 Class is: Waitlisted
AHE 115 books and supplies are included in the class fee. Attendance at entire class session is required for credit. Online course with on-campus laboratory sessions. Mandatory health and safety guidelines will be followed. Class meets 7/11/2020 inSEA 101.Attendance requirements will be provided by instructor. Instructor email:andrea.dorn@edcc.edu
An additional fee of $55.00 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 6/10/2020: Instructor change
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0139 Section B DORN A 1 Credit(s) Hybrid Course
7/13/2020-7/25/2020 8:30 AM-6:00 PM Sa SEA-0101 Class is: Open
AHE 115 books and supplies are included in the class fee. Attendance at entire class session is required for credit. Online course with on-campus laboratory sessions. Mandatory health and safety guidelines will be followed. Class meets 7/25/2020 inSEA 101.Attendance requirements will be provided by instructor. Instructor email: andrea.dorn@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $55.00 is collected for this course.
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0145 Section C DORN A 1 Credit(s) Hybrid Course
7/27/2020-8/8/2020 8:30 AM-6:00 PM Sa SEA-0101 Class is: Open
AHE 115 books and supplies are included in the class fee. Attendance at entire class session is required for credit. Online course with on-campus laboratory sessions. Mandatory health and safety guidelines will be followed. Class meets 8/8/2020 in SEA 101. Attendance requirements will be provided by instructor. Instructor email: andrea.dorn@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $55.00 is collected for this course.
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Computer Information Systems

425.640.1604

See also BSTEC, CS, and ETEC department listings.

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.

0853 Section ON1 HAILEY S 5 Credit(s) Online Course
7/11/2020-7/28/2020 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online course. Instructor email: shailey@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $169.20 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 6/22/2020: Other
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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.

0859 Section ON1 LEICKLY R 5 Credit(s) Online Course
8/1/2020-8/15/2020 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online course. Instructor email: richard.leickly@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $137.65 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 6/25/2020: Other
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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. 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.

0871 Section AR STEPHENS C 0.5 Credit(s)
7/18/2020 8:00 AM-4:00 PM Sa SQL-0212 Class is: Open
Self-supporting class. A fee of $73.00 is collected for this course instead of tuition.
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Counseling Psychology

425.640.1593

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.

COPSY 096 - 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 for success.

1005 Section ON1 COPELAND S 2 Credit(s) Online Course
7/20/2020-8/21/2020 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Class is late-starting and online for five weeks, beginning July 20 and ending August 21, 2020. No textbook required. Online course.
An additional fee of $25.00 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 5/15/2020: New Course
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Culinary Arts

425.640.1644

Students will need a permit to enter this program. After completing the Admissions form and ACCUPLACER test, contact 425.640.1458.

Students must also register for Culinary Arts Lab sections. See also Culinary Arts Lab Modules.

CLART 207 - FOOD SERVICE SANITATION

Detailed contemporary knowledge of sanitation as related to the food service industry needs of today, including procedures for kitchen inspection and HACCP.

0901 Section A Cancelled 2 Credit(s)
Class is: Cancelled
This section has changed as of 6/5/2020: Cancelled
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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& 120 - PRACT/NURTURE/RELATIONS

In an early learning setting, engage in establishing nurturing, supportive relationships with all children and professional peers. Focus on childrenÂ’s health and safety, promoting growth and development, and creating a culturally responsive environment. Permit code required. S/U grade option.

1045 Section S ARNOLD S 2 Credit(s)
7/14/2020-8/4/2020 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online course. Class meets online from 07/14/2020 to 08/04/2020. Instructor email: sarnold@edcc.edu.
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ECED& 190 - OBSERVATION/ASSESSMENT

Collect and record observations of and assessment data on young children in order to plan for and support the child, the family, the group and the community. Practice reflection techniques, summarizing conclusions and communicating findings. S/U grade option

1051 Section S ARNOLD S 3 Credit(s) Online Course
7/15/2020-8/5/2020 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online course. Class meets online from 07/15/2020 to 08/05/2020. Instructor email: sarnold@edcc.edu.
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Emergency Management

425.640.1843

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.

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.

1669 Section ON1 ONLINE FAC 5 Credit(s) Online Course
7/2/2020-8/26/2020 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Also meets:
Online course. Contact email: darren.linker@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $40.00 is collected for this course.
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EMERG 115 - INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM

This course describes the history, features, and organizational structure of the Incident Command System (ICS), including the relationship between the ICS and the National Incident Management System (NIMS).

1672 Section ON1 ONLINE FAC 2 Credit(s) Online Course
7/2/2020-8/26/2020 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Also meets:
Online course. Contact email: darren.linker@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $16.00 is collected for this course.
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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.

1675 Section ON1 ONLINE FAC 3 Credit(s) Online Course
7/2/2020-8/26/2020 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Also meets:
Online course. Contact email: darren.linker@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $24.00 is collected for this course.
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EMERG 182 - PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

Provides an overview in the structure and issues of public service. Course will examine the context of public administration: the political system, the role of federalism, bureaucratic politics and power, and the various theories of administration that guide public managers today. Course components include public administration, personnel, budgeting, decision-making, organizational behavior, leadership, and policy implementation. Prerequisite: EMERG 102

1680 Section ON1 ONLINE FAC 3 Credit(s) Online Course
7/2/2020-8/26/2020 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Also meets:
Online course. Contact email: darren.linker@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $24.00 is collected for this course.
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EMERG 200 - EMERGENCY OPS CENTER

This course provides the student with skills and knowledge to manage an Emergency Operations Center (EOC), acquire and control resources, and interface with on-scene responders within Incident Management Systems. Topics include EOC design, preparing, staffing and operating, jurisdictional setting, and the critical link between Incident Management Systems and emergency management operations.

1682 Section ON1 ONLINE FAC 2 Credit(s) Online Course
7/2/2020-8/26/2020 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Also meets:
Online course. Contact email: darren.linker@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $16.00 is collected for this course.
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EMERG 210 - EXERCISE DESIGN AND EVAL

Course provides participants with the knowledge and skills to develop, conduct, and evaluate exercises that test a community's operations plan and operational response capability. Participants will learn about topics including exercise program management, design and development, evaluation, and improvement planning.

1684 Section ON1 ONLINE FAC 3 Credit(s) Online Course
7/2/2020-8/26/2020 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Also meets:
Online course. Contact email: darren.linker@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $24.00 is collected for this course.
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EMERG 222 - MANAGING VOLUNTEER RES

Course will focus on methods and procedures for involving private-sector organizations, nongovernmental organization (NGOs), and volunteers in emergency management programs in ways which benefit all parties. The focus of the course is on maximizing the effectiveness of volunteer resources by implementing a people-oriented system that addresses defining volunteer roles, designing a plan of action, recruiting volunteers, training individuals who volunteer, and motivation and maintenance of a successful program. Participants will acquire skills and knowledge to make appropriate volunteer assignments that enhance the effectiveness of an integrated emergency management system. Prerequisite: EMERG 102.

1686 Section ON1 ONLINE FAC 2 Credit(s) Online Course
7/2/2020-8/26/2020 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Also meets:
Online course. Contact email: darren.linker@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $16.00 is collected for this course.
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EMERG 240 - DISAST RECOVERY & RESPON

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.

1687 Section ON1 ONLINE FAC 2 Credit(s) Online Course
7/2/2020-8/26/2020 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Also meets:
Online course. Contact email: darren.linker@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $16.00 is collected for this course.
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Job Development Skills

425.640.1604

See also Career, College and Life Success classes and Counseling Psychology classes.

JOBDV 110 - RESUMES AND INTERVIEWING

Students create a resume and cover letter. Also covers how to prepare for and conduct great job interviews. Class includes preparing and practicing answers to difficult interview questions. S/U grade only.

2595 Section ON1 PENNY A 1 Credit(s) Online Course
7/17/2020-7/31/2020 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online course. Instructor email: apenny@edcc.edu. Class also meets via Zoom two Fridays: 07/17/20 and 07/31/20, from 10:00AM-11:00AM.
This section has changed as of 5/18/2020: Date change
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Occupational Safety and Health

425.640.1843

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.

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 ON1 FLORES L MAX 5 Credit(s) Online Course
7/2/2020-8/26/2020 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online course. Instructor email: louis.flores@edcc.edu.
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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.

3259 Section ON1 LINKER D 4 Credit(s) Online Course
7/2/2020-8/26/2020 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Closed
Online course. Contact email: darren.linker@edcc.edu.
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Paralegal

425.640.1658

LEGAL 282 - ELECTRONIC DISCOVERY

This course addresses specific topics and issues encountered by legal professionals working in a litigation practice where electronic data is critical to the resolution of cases. The legal foundation and history of the Electronic Discovery (e-discovery) evolution is covered. Students also learn how to use Relativity e-discovery software to review and manage both paper and electronic-based documents, and may elect to complete the Relativity Certified User Exam following this course, which provides a marketable credential to law firms and vendors. Prerequisite: LEGAL 205 and LEGAL 228, or instructor permission.

2665 Section A HADDOCK S 3 Credit(s)
7/7/2020-8/13/2020 3:00 PM-5:30 PM TTh ONL Class is: Waitlisted
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: scott.haddock@edcc.edu.
This section has changed as of 5/18/2020: Instructor change
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LEGAL 296A - OPEN GOVERNMENT LAW

This course covers state and federal open government laws, including public meetings, and records management and retention requirements. Topics include making and responding to Public Records Act (PCA) and Freedom of Information Act (FIOA) requests, litigating PCA and FIOA suits; law enforcement and crime victim exemptions; and access to court proceedings and court records.

2683 Section ON1 HADDOCK S 1 Credit(s) Online Course
7/25/2020 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online course. Class runs online from 07/20/2020 to 08/02/2020. Instructor email: scott.haddock@edcc.edu.
This section has changed as of 5/20/2020: Instructor change
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LEGAL 296B - 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 ON1 HADDOCK S 1 Credit(s)
8/1/2020-8/15/2020 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online course. Class runs online from 08/01/2020 to 08/15/2020. Instructor email: scott.haddock@edcc.edu.
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Physical Education

425.640.1415

Registration for PE 113 will automatically provide students access via Canvas to an electronic textbook, which is required course material for this course.  There will be an additional charge at the time of registration to cover this required course material.

PE 139 - HEALTHY WEIGHT LOSS

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

3361 Section ON1 TONEY M 1 Credit(s) Online Course
7/6/2020-7/20/2020 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online course. Instructor email: megan.toney@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $6.20 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 6/17/2020: Other
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PE 214 - 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.

3373 Section ON1 TONEY M 1 Credit(s) Online Course
7/21/2020-8/11/2020 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online course. Instructor email: megan.toney@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $6.20 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 6/17/2020: Other
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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 170 - HIV/AIDS-HEALTH/ACD PRO

Introduction to HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and hepatitis. Includes information about diagnosis, treatment and psychosocial issues, as well as brief risk intervention. Meets requirement for students in healthcare, human services, and addiction professions. This course addresses the educational content specified in WAC 246-811-030 (2 g). S/U grade only.

3727 Section ON1 GLAZEWSKI T 1 Credit(s) Online Course
7/27/2020-8/9/2020 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online course. Class runs online from 07/27/2020 to 08/09/2020. Instructor email: terri.glazewski@edcc.edu.
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3733 Section ON2 SHAH A 1 Credit(s) Online Course
8/3/2020-8/16/2020 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online course. Class runs online from 08/03/2020 to 08/16/2020. Instructor email: arti.shah@edcc.edu.
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3739 Section ON3 ALLYN T 1 Credit(s) Online Course
7/1/2020-7/12/2020 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online course. Instructor email: theresa.allyn@edcc.edu.
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