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Online Courses - Summer 2017

The following departments have Online 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: Minimum placement in EAP 121 or BRDGE 093.

0115 Section B LUCERO J 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: jason.lucero@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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0121 Section C ARNESEN S 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: shari.arnesen@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 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.

0139 Section B VANDERWEYST 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: pvanderw@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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0145 Section C Cancelled 5 Credit(s)
Class is: Cancelled
This section has changed as of 6/26/2017: Cancelled
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ACCT& 202 - PRIN OF ACCOUNTING II

Examines a number of complex accounting topics involving assets, liabilities, and equity accounts. Includes study of bonds, financial statement analysis, stocks and statement of cash flows. Prerequisite: Grade of 2.0 or higher in ACCT& 201 and minimum placement in EAP 121 or BRDGE 093.

0157 Section B SHIGLEY A 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: amy.shigley@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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ACCT& 203 - PRIN OF ACCOUNTING III

Introduction to managerial and cost accounting concepts applicable to all forms of businesses. Topics include cost systems, cost behavior, CVP analysis, budgeting and control, and developing information for decision-making. Prerequisite: A grade of 2.0 or higher in ACCT& 201.

0169 Section B VANDERWEYST 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: pvanderw@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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0175 Section C Cancelled 5 Credit(s)
Class is: Cancelled
This section has changed as of 6/26/2017: Cancelled
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Allied Health Education

425.640.1017

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

AHE 171 - PHARMACY LAW AND ETHICS

Discusses legal, moral and ethical issues, legal system, specific law relating to pharmacy and commonly encountered ethical situations in pharmacy. Ethics are examined for the medical professional. Case studies will be utilized to demonstrate points of law. Prerequisite: AHE 170, AHE 172, AHE 173, AHE 174, AHE 175, AHE 176 and AHE 177, all with a minimum grade of 2.5 or equivalent.

0283 Section A CONNOR C 2 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: nonye.connor@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 6/9/2017: Instructor change
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Anthropology

425.640.1560

ANTH& 215 - BIOANTHROPOLOGY W/LAB

Students examine human origins, diversity, and sexuality from the perspective of physical anthropology. Topics include evolution, genetics, comparative anatomy, fossil record, biocultural adaptation, and human physical and sexual variation. Prerequisite: Placement into both ENGL& 101 and MATH 087.

0379 Section A BALDWIN J 5 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: gem.baldwin@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $132.20 is collected for this course.
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Art

425.640.1560

ART& 100 - ART APPRECIATION

A survey of the visual arts and architecture, focusing on artistic elements, design and function in different eras, cultures, and traditions.

0511 Section A ASAF A 5 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: audineh.asaf@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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Astronomy

425.640.1679

ASTR& 110 - THE SOLAR SYSTEM W/LAB

A study of the solar system; light and optics; telescopes; history and development of astronomy. Six hours of lecture and laboratory weekly. Concurrent enrollment in the lecture and lab is required. Night observing sessions are a required part of the lab. S/U grade option Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 and MATH 087.

0517 Section A MESSNER J 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: jackson.messner@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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Business Information Technology

425.640.1604

Registration for BSTEC 106 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.

See Business Information Technology Skills Center department for additional classes.

BSTEC 100 - COMPUTER KEYBOARDING

Introduction to computer keyboarding with touch-typing speed and accuracy development. Includes introduction to document processing and formatting of letters, reports, and memos. Microsoft Word 2007 or higher using a PC is required for this course. S/U grade option. Prerequisite: If English is not your first language, placement in EAP 100 required.

0637 Section B HAINES K 4 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 5/26/2017: Other
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BSTEC 104 - MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY

Study of basic word elements (prefixes, suffixes, and word roots); select terms and plural forms related to anatomy, physiology, symptoms, diagnoses, procedures, abbreviations, symbols, and eponyms; emphasis on accurate spelling, pronunciation, definition, and usage. Prerequisite: BRDGE 093 or EAP 100 or equivalent.

0655 Section B Cancelled 3 Credit(s)
Class is: Cancelled
This section has changed as of 6/13/2017: Cancelled
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0661 Section C HAINES K 3 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: kim.haines@edcc.edu. Student support available in optional instructor-led, open lab Wednesdays 4:00pm-5:20pm in MLT 210.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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BSTEC 106 - MEDICAL BILLING

Overview of health insurance terminology, plans, claims, billing forms, and payment systems; revenue cycles and reimbursement methodologies for professional services; legal and ethical guidelines related to a medical practice. Prerequisite: BSTEC 104; BSTEC 130 or CIS 100; BSTEC 120 or placement in MATH 077.

0667 Section A HAINES K 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: kim.haines@edcc.edu. Student support available in optional instructor-led, open lab Wednesdays 4:00pm-5:20pm in MLT 210.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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BSTEC 107 - BUSINESS ENGLISH

Review parts of speech, sentence structure, subject/verb agreement, punctuation, capitalization, number usage, and language usage in professional business writing. Prerequisite: Placement in BRDGE 093 or EAP 100 or equivalent.

0673 Section A HAINES K 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: kim.haines@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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BSTEC 109 - WORD PROCESSING (WORD)

Word processing functions and applications using Microsoft Word. Prerequisite: BSTEC 130 or CIS 100 or equivalent.

0679 Section A BEVANS S 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online course. Instructor email: stephanie.bevans@edcc.edu. This is a proficiency-based course, allowing you to fast-forward through topics you understand well.
An additional fee of $68.15 is collected for this course.
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BSTEC 110 - BUS COMMUNICATIONS

Memos, letters, reports, and oral presentations using business style and strategy. Revision of writing, group interaction, and diversity are emphasized, as well as written and oral communication. Keyboarding recommended. Prerequisite: BSTEC 107 or placement in ENGL 099 or instruction permission.

0685 Section A MEEHAN K 5 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: kari.meehan@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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0691 Section B Cancelled 5 Credit(s)
Class is: Cancelled
This section has changed as of 6/21/2017: Cancelled
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BSTEC 115 - MEDICAL LAW & ETHICS

Introduction to legal, moral, and ethical issues in health care professions; legal terminology; federal and state legislation; privacy, security and confidentiality; release of information; HIPAA, OSHA, WISHA and CDC regulations. Prerequisite: EAP 100 or BRDGE 093.

0703 Section A HAINES K 3 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: kim.haines@edcc.edu. Student support available in optional instructor-led, open lab Wednesdays 4:00pm-5:20pm in MLT 210.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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BSTEC 116 - PATHOPHYS/ADV MED TERM

Identification of common symptoms, causes, and treatments of disease processes in the human body with relation to medical coding. Advanced body system focus includes selected prefixes, suffixes, and word roots; terms and plural forms related to anatomy, physiology, symptoms, diagnoses, procedures, abbreviations, symbols, and eponyms; emphasis on accurate spelling, pronunciation, definition, and usage. Prerequisite: BSTEC 104 or instructor permission and AHE 110 or concurrent enrollment.

0709 Section A HAINES K 3 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: kim.haines@edcc.edu. Student support available in optional instructor-led, open lab Wednesdays 4:00pm-5:20pm in MLT 210.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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BSTEC 130 - COMPUTER FUNDAMENTALS

Introduction to computer concepts, applications, HTML and the Internet using Windows and Microsoft Office including Word, Access, Excel, PowerPoint. Students may receive credit for either BSTEC 130 or CIS 100, but not both. S/U grade option. Prerequisite: Placement in EAP 121 or BRDGE 093 or equivalent.

0733 Section B RICHER K 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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0735 Section C BEVANS S 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: stephanie.bevans@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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BSTEC 153 - PHARMACOLOGY

Emphasizes clinical applications of pharmacology in treatment of disease. Includes drug classifications, dosages, and effects; administration routes, methods, and documentation; terminology and prescription abbreviations; measurements and dosage; and reference books. Prerequisite: BSTEC 104.

0769 Section A HAINES K 2 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: kim.haines@edcc.edu. Student support available in optional instructor-led, open lab Wednesdays 4:00pm-5:20pm in MLT 210.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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BSTEC 206 - INTRO TO HEALTH RECORDS

Introduction to the health record in various health care settings; structure, content, uses, and basic processing procedures for health records in the acute and ambulatory care settings with emphasis on electronic health records (EHR). Prerequisite: BSTEC 104; BSTEC 130 or CIS 100; and placement in EAP 121 or BRDGE 093.

0787 Section A HAINES K 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: kim.haines@edcc.edu. Student support available in optional instructor-led, open lab Wednesdays 4:00pm-5:20pm in MLT 210.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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BSTEC 213 - ADVANCED WORD PROJECTS

Comprehensive study of the advanced functions of Microsoft Word. Prerequisite: Previous Word experience required.

0805 Section A BEVANS S 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: stephanie.bevans@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 7/5/2017: Other
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BSTEC 222 - DATABASE (ACCESS)

Basic database functions using Microsoft Access. Prerequisite: BSTEC 130, CIS 100, or equivalent.

0811 Section A RICHER K 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online course. Instructor email: kricher@edcc.edu. This is a proficiency-based course, allowing you to fast-forward through topics you understand well.
An additional fee of $68.15 is collected for this course.
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BSTEC 224 - SPREADSHEET (EXCEL)

Basic and intermediate spreadsheet functions using Microsoft Excel. Prerequisite: BSTEC 130, CIS 100, or equivalent.

0817 Section A RICHER K 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online course. Instructor email: kricher@edcc.edu. This is a proficiency-based course, allowing you to fast-forward through topics you understand well.
An additional fee of $68.15 is collected for this course.
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0823 Section B Cancelled 5 Credit(s)
Class is: Cancelled
This section has changed as of 6/23/2017: Cancelled
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BSTEC 225 - ADVANCED EXCEL PROJECTS

Advanced spreadsheet functions of Microsoft Excel. S/U grade option. Prerequisite: BSTEC 224 or equivalent, and BUS 130 or ACCT 101 or equivalent.

0829 Section A CLEMENS L 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: lisa.clemensmitchell@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 5/3/2017: Instructor change
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BSTEC 260 - SUPERVISION/MGMT

Introduction to office and employee management. Topics include supervision and communication skills that are necessary to work in a diverse office.

0841 Section A MEEHAN K 5 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: kari.meehan@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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BSTEC 291 - BSTEC INTERNSHIP

Practical experience working in a medical/health administrative/billing role or as an administrative professional in an office setting. Students will develop learning objectives that relate to academic program and career goals. Permit code required. S/U grade only. Registration permitted first seven weeks (six in summer) as space is available. Prerequisite: Completion of a minimum of 15 credits related to area of study.

0847 Section A MEEHAN K 4 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: kari.meehan@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $57.65 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 7/5/2017: Other
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BSTEC 294 - CAREER MANAGEMENT

Assess employment skills, develop a resume and letters of application, videotape employment interviews, and practice job search strategies. Includes development of a portfolio. Should be taken prior to BUS 290 or BSTEC 291 and within last two quarters of the program. Prerequisite: Placement in EAP 100 or BRDGE 093.

0859 Section B MEEHAN K 3 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: kari.meehan@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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0861 Section C Cancelled 3 Credit(s)
Class is: Cancelled
This section has changed as of 6/23/2017: Cancelled
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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.

3037 Section C HEFFERNAN M 5 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: mary.heffernan@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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3043 Section D TITO J 5 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: joan.tito@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 6/15/2017: Instructor change
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BUS& 101 - INTRO TO BUSINESS

An introduction to business history, concepts, principles, and operations. Examines the relationship among business, government and society. Covers concepts from a variety of disciplines, including economics, marketing, accounting, finance, management and global business. Prerequisite: Placement in ENGL 099.

0937 Section B LEVI C 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: claudia.levi@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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0943 Section C Cancelled 5 Credit(s)
Class is: Cancelled
This section has changed as of 6/14/2017: Cancelled
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MGMT 107 - EVENT PLANNING

Overview of event planning including types of meetings and events, site location and suitability, logistics of the planning process, market and sales research, and careers in the event planning industry.

3049 Section A RUSSELL L 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: lrussell@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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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.

3061 Section A TITO J 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: joan.tito@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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BUS 130 - BUSINESS MATH

Instruction and review of basic math functions to prepare students for business classes. Ratio-proportion, percents, estimating, basic algebra, trade/cash discounts, promissory notes, credit terms, and other consumer related activities. Transfer limited. Prerequisite: MATH 047 or equivalent with a grade of 2.0 or higher, or appropriate score on Math Placement Test, or advisor recommendation. Minimum placement in EAP 121 or BRDGE 093.

0883 Section C MCKAY M 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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MGMT 165 - MS PROJECT

Covers project organizing, scheduling, managing and reporting using Microsoft Project. Generate Gantt/PERT charts, resource sheets and calendars; manage resources, tasks, and budgeting; customize and print reports for use in project management.

3067 Section A ADAMS C 3 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: carl.adams@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $51.65 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.

0949 Section A MILLER M 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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0955 Section B Cancelled 5 Credit(s)
Class is: Cancelled
This section has changed as of 6/26/2017: Cancelled
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MGMT 214 - PRINCIPLES OF MGMT

Learn managerial skills in the areas of planning, organizational structure, leadership, and control systems. Class focuses on critical thinking and decision making. Students apply management skills through situational analysis.

3073 Section A ADAMS C 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: carl.adams@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 6/15/2017: Instructor change
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MGMT 230 - SOCIAL MEDIA MARKETING

Learn how social media impacts business practices and customer perceptions. Explore applications and evaluate the opportunities and risks for business units such as marketing and customer service. Construct strategies that build customer relationships and drive sales, sentiment and loyalty.

3079 Section A MOTTOLA P 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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MGMT 260 - SMALL BUSINESS MGMT

This course is designed to give students who are interested in entrepreneurship the exposure to a wide range of subjects essential to the formation, operation and success of a small business. Business planning and plan implementation is an integral part of the class.

3085 Section A ALLEN R 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: rallen@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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Chemistry

425.640.1679

CHEM& 139 - GENERAL CHEMISTRY PREP

A preparation for the CHEM& 161 sequence for students who have not had high school chemistry. Emphasis on quantitative reasoning and problem solving techniques. Prerequisite: Completion of MATH 087 or higher with a grade of 2.0 or higher, or placement into MATH 097 or higher and placement in ENGL& 101.

0997 Section B Cancelled 5 Credit(s)
Class is: Cancelled
This section has changed as of 6/26/2017: Cancelled
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Communication Studies

425.640.1560

CMST& 210 - INTERPERSONAL COMM

Designed to enhance personal and work relationships. Special attention is paid to identity, listening, verbal and nonverbal communication, and conflict management concepts. Prerequisite: Placement in ENGL& 101.

1129 Section B DAVISON E 5 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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1130 Section C DAVISON E 5 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 6/29/2017: New Course
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Communications

425.640.1478

COMM 101 - INTERCULTURAL COMM

Examines communication processes to see how they are influenced by the values, behaviors and beliefs that constitute "culture". Strives to discover the "cultural self" that shapes how we interact with others as individuals and group members. Previous experience with on-line courses recommended. Prerequisite: Placement in ENGL 099.

1141 Section A ALLEN M 5 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Closed
Online class.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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1147 Section B WIES J 5 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: john.wies@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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1153 Section C ALLEN M 5 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Closed
Online class.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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Computer Information Systems

425.640.1604

See also BSTEC, CS, and ETEC department listings.

CIS 100 - INTRO TO BUS COMPUTING

An introduction to business computing concepts and applications using Windows and MS Office. Includes intro to HTML, hardware components, info processing cycle in business, how networks work, etc. Students may receive credit for either CIS 100 or BSTEC 130, but not both. Prerequisite: Placement into EAP 121 or BRDGE 93 or equivalent.

1033 Section A GRIFFIN J 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 4/17/2017: Instructor change
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CIS 116 - IT PRIOR LEARNING ASSESS

Students will either create an exit portfolio for their ATA requirement or an entrance portfolio for placement into upper level CIS programs. Class can also be used to challenge or waive program requirements. Registration by entry code only; obtain code from instructor. Registration permitted first seven weeks (six in summer) as space is available.

1039 Section AV GRIFFIN J MAX 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 4/17/2017: Instructor change
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CIS 141 - INTRO TO WEB DEVELOPMENT

A foundational course intended to familiarize students with the history, organization, technologies, development cycles, and ethical standards of Web development. Prerequisite: CIS 100 with a minimum grade of 2.5 or equivalent.

1051 Section A HO L 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Closed
Online class. Instructor email: louis.ho@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 4/17/2017: Instructor change
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Construction Management

425.640.1026

CONST 220 - SCOPE AND QUALITY STDS

Introduction to the use of contracts as a management tool. Investigate contract delivery systems and material assemblies to discover why they fail to perform up to expectations. Develop scopes of work and quality control standards for contracts. Prerequisite: Placement in ENGL 099 or instructor permission.

1183 Section A KOLANDA P 3 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: patrick.kolanda@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 6/16/2017: Instructor change
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CONST 250 - SAFETY/ACCID PREVENTION

WISHA/OSHA regulations for the construction industry and how accidents can be prevented. Focus on enhancing hazard recognition skills and knowledge of safe work practices. Develop work rules, communicate expectations, and make job-site safety inspections.

1189 Section A KOLANDA P 3 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Closed
Online class. Instructor email: patrick.kolanda@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 6/16/2017: Instructor change
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Diversity Studies

425.640.1560

DIVST 100 - INTRO TO DIVERS STUDY

Introduction to the issues, concepts, theories and research of diversity studies. Topics include race, class, gender, oppression and suppression, ethnicity, and privilege. Prerequisite: Placement in ENGL& 101 or instructor permission.

1225 Section A BALDWIN J 5 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: gem.baldwin@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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DIVST 117 - AFR-AMER HIST TO 1865

Examines the African-American historical experience from its West African origins through the end of the Civil War, emphasizing those individuals, groups, movements, events, issues, and ideas that shaped early African-American civilization. (Dual listed as HIST 104). Prerequisite: Placement in ENGL& 101 or instructor permission.

1231 Section A RAY E 5 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: eray@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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DIVST 200 - INTRO WOMEN'S STUDIES

Introduction to methods/concepts of interdisciplinary field of Women's Studies. Examines historical/cultural constructions of gender, race, class, sexuality. Includes women's histories/ identity, family/work, body politics/health, violence, creativity/ empowerment, resistance. (Dual listed as WOMEN 200). Prerequisite: Placement in ENGL& 101 or instructor permission.

1237 Section A BALDWIN J 5 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: gem.baldwin@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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Economics

425.640.1604

Registration for Economics 201 and 202 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.

ECON 120 - GENERAL ECONOMICS

A survey of economic principles applied to a wide range of social problems. Domestic markets, government intervention, inflation, and the global economy are all considered.

1309 Section A Cancelled 5 Credit(s)
Class is: Cancelled
This section has changed as of 6/29/2017: Cancelled
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ECON& 201 - MICROECONOMICS

Study of optimization behavior by consumers, producers, and government in the global marketplace. Resource allocation, exchange, and income distribution are all related to personal incentives. Prerequisite: MATH 087 and ENGL& 101 each with a grade of 2.0.

1321 Section B KOTLOVE B 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: bkotlove@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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1327 Section C KOTLOVE B 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: bkotlove@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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ECON& 202 - MACROECONOMICS

Study of the national economy in terms of aggregate spending, money supply, and foreign trade. Various theories are put forth to explain business cycles in the U.S. and world economy. Prerequisite: MATH 087 and ENGL& 101 each with a grade of 2.0 or higher.

1339 Section B LOTHYAN K 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: kimberly.lothyan@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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1345 Section C KOTLOVE B 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: bkotlove@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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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.

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

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

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

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

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

425.640.1237

See also Engineering Technology department listings.

425.640.1237 or 425.640.1980.

https://www.edcc.edu/programs/stem/engr/default.html

ENGR 231 - INTRO TO TECH WRITING

Principles of organizing, developing, and expressing technical information and ideas in writing. Report forms, headings, style, tone, illustrations, word processing, and graphics. (Dual-listed with ENGL 235). Prerequisite: ENGL& 101 or equivalent with a grade of 2.0 or higher.

1531 Section A WOODARD M 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: marcia.woodard@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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1537 Section B Cancelled 5 Credit(s)
Class is: Cancelled
This section has changed as of 6/28/2017: Cancelled
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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 099 - INTRO TO COLLEGE WRITING

Prepares students for ENGL&101 and other college level courses. Emphasizes comprehension and critical reading skills, basic composition methods, rhetorical principles, and approaches to college discussion. Helps students strengthen academic sentence-level conventions, and introduces students to academic citation. Prerequisite: ACCUPLACER, essay placement, or permit from Bridge or EAP.

1387 Section C LAUGHTLAND A 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: amanda.laughtland@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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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 certified equivalent) with a grade of 2.0 or higher.

1441 Section G HARRILL J 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: rob.harrill@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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1447 Section H HARRILL J 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: rob.harrill@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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1453 Section J Cancelled 5 Credit(s)
Class is: Cancelled
This section has changed as of 6/26/2017: Cancelled
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1459 Section K LAUGHTLAND A 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Closed
Online class. Instructor email: amanda.laughtland@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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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.

1501 Section F HARRIS R 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: ruth.harris-barnett@edcc.edu. Theme: Cities and Us. How does the design of our cities affect us as individuals and as a community? Students may research a local or global urban issue, such as transit, parks, sprawl, sustainability, class.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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1507 Section G WOODARD M 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: marcia.woodard@edcc.edu. Theme: Animals in Society: The interactions between animals (emphasis on dogs) and humans, including historic, anthropologic, developmental, and human health and therapeutic perspectives.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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1513 Section H WOODARD M 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: marcia.woodard@edcc.edu. Theme: Animals in Society: The interactions between animals (emphasis on dogs) and humans, including historic, anthropologic, developmental, and human health and therapeutic perspectives.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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1519 Section I HURLEY D 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Closed
Online class. Instructor email: dhurley@edcc.edu. Theme: The Detective in American Fiction & Film: Explore how the American detective genre embodies contradictions of American society and the ways in which literature, film and the media handle those contradictions.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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ENGL 125 - READ TODAY'S AUTHORS

Exploration and interpretation through discussion of works written during the past 30 years. Prerequisite: Placement in ENGL 099 or instructor permission.

1399 Section A KENNEDY N 5 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: nkennedy@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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Environmental Science

425.640.1679

ENVS& 101 - INTRO ENV SCIENCE W/LAB

A combination of information from biology, chemistry, physics and geology that stresses a scientific approach towards understanding the nature and scope of current environmental issues. Prerequisite: Placement into MATH 087 or higher and placement into ENGL& 101.

1561 Section A SHEIBLEY R 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: rich.sheibley@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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Event Planning

425.640.1137

Online Program Only

Please contact department faculty for program advising: lrussell@edcc.edu.

https://www.edcc.edu/programs/evpl/default.html

EVPL 250 - EVENT COORDINATION

Overview of event planning, including types of meetings and events, site location and suitability, logistics of the planning process, market and sales research, and careers in the event planning industry.

1819 Section A RUSSELL L 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: lrussell@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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Family Support Studies

425.640.1658

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 210 - LEADERSHIP

Study and practice leadership in diverse workplace and community settings. Develop skills to work with community leaders. Includes decision-making, conflict management, advocacy, initiating change, and personal assessment. S/U grade option.

1849 Section A NISSANI H 3 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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Geography

425.640.1560

GEOG& 100 - INTRODUCTN TO GEOGRAPHY

Introduction to natural and human regions around the world including the impact of post-industrial society in America, the rise of China as a rival superpower and the importance of "black gold" in the Persian Gulf. Prerequisite: Placement in ENGL 099.

1873 Section A BARRY T 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: tami.barry@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $85.65 is collected for this course.
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Geology

425.640.1679

GEOL& 101 - INTRO PHYSICAL GEOLOGY

An introduction to physical geology including the origin, composition, and structure of the earth and the processes that generate landscapes. Prerequisite: Placement into MATH 087 or higher and placement into ENGL& 101.

1879 Section A AHEARN D 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Closed
Online class. Instructor email: dylan.ahearn@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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1885 Section B AHEARN D 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Closed
Online class. Instructor email: dylan.ahearn@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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Health

425.640.1415

Registration for HLTH 100 and HLTH 150 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.

HLTH 100 - CONTEMPORARY HEALTH

Research and exploration of social and personal health issues. Behavioral influence and individual decision presented in written argument and group discussion.

1927 Section A NIEMAN J 3 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: jeannie.nieman@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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1933 Section B JACKSON H 3 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: heather.jackson@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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1939 Section C JACKSON H 3 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Closed
Online class. Instructor email: heather.jackson@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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HLTH 150 - NUTRITION/LIFE FITNESS

Course explores relationships between food and nutrition, connections between nutrition and disease prevention, guidelines for designing a healthy diet, and nutrition's effects on fitness and exercise.

1969 Section A TONEY M 3 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: megan.toney@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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1975 Section B Cancelled 3 Credit(s)
Class is: Cancelled
This section has changed as of 7/7/2017: Cancelled
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History

425.640.1560

HIST 104 - AFR-AMER HIST TO 1865

Examines the African-American historical experience from its West African origins through the end of the Civil War, emphasizing those individuals, groups, movements, events, issues, and ideas that shaped early African-American civilization. (Dual listed as DIVST 117). Prerequisite: Placement in ENGL& 101 or instructor permission.

1909 Section A RAY E 5 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: eray@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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HIST& 146 - US HISTORY I

Examines the history of the United States from pre-Columbian civilizations through the election of Andrew Jackson, with particular emphasis on the American Revolution, the framing of the Constitution, the origins of sectionalism, and issues of race, class and gender. Prerequisite: Placement in ENGL& 101 or instructor permission.

1915 Section A RAY E 5 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: eray@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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HIST& 148 - US HISTORY III

World War I to the end of the Cold War, with emphasis on the two World Wars, the Great Depression and New Deal, the development of modern American society, the Cold War, and issues of race, class and gender. Prerequisite: Placement in ENGL& 101 or instructor permission.

1921 Section A RAY E 5 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: eray@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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Hospitality/Tourism

425.640.1208

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

https://www.edcc.edu/programs/hosp/default.html

HSPTR 140 - INTRO TO HOSPITALITY

Understanding the structure and operations of the three key sectors in the industry (food and beverage, lodging, and travel), economic impact of the industry, and career options.

2017 Section A ODONNELL E 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Closed
Online class. Instructor email: bodonnel@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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HSPTR 230 - HOSPITALITY LAW/ETHICS

Introduction to the laws and regulations that impact the hospitality industry. Topics include: safety and security, contracts, legal liability, and industry regulators. This course will also explore the question of ethics as it relates to the hospitality industry.

2020 Section A Cancelled 2 Credit(s)
Class is: Cancelled
This section has changed as of 6/17/2017: Cancelled
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HSPTR 258 - HOTEL MANAGEMENT

Emphasis will be placed on management roles in the operations of a lodging business, including human resources, finance, marketing and promotions and customer service.

2023 Section A ODONNELL E 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Permit code required. Contact instructor: bodonnel@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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Humanities

425.640.1560

HUM 105 - INTRODUCTION TO FILM

Analysis and appreciation of film techniques and aesthetics, including historical background of selected films, literary criteria and major cinematic movements. Prerequisite: Placement into ENGL 099 or instructor permission.

2155 Section A VANBELLE J 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: gvanbell@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 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 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: MATH 077 or equivalent with a grade of 2.0 or appropriate score on Math Placement Test.

2800 Section D ANDERSON M MAX 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Requires proctored exams at an instructor-approved site.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 5/1/2017: Instructor change
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MATH& 107 - MATH IN SOCIETY

A math course for students not planning to take additional math courses. Introduces math topics used in a variety of liberal arts disciplines. Graphing calculator required. Prerequisite: MATH 087 or with a minimum grade of 2.0 or MATH 097 with a minimum grade of 2.0 or MATH 090 with a minimum grade of 2.0.

2923 Section B GUTIERREZ L 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Requires proctored exams at an instructor-approved site. Instructor email: lourdes.gutierrez@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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MATH 140 - BUSINESS PRECALCULUS

Covers linear, quadratic, exponential, and logarithmic functions; solving equations; matrices; and financial applications. Intended for business transfer students. Graphic calculator required. Prerequisite: MATH 087 with a minimum grade of 2.5 or MATH 097 with a minimum of 2.0 or MATH 090 with a minimum grade of 2.0 or appropriate score on Math Placement Test.

2881 Section B ZORTMAN K 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Requires proctored exams at an instructor-approved site.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 5/1/2017: Instructor change
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MATH& 148 - BUSINESS CALCULUS

Introduction to differential and integral calculus. For students in business or other programs requiring a brief course in calculus; not for math or science majors. Graphing calculator required. Prerequisite: MATH 140 or MATH& 141 or equivalent with a grade of 2.0.

2983 Section B MCINTOSH G 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Requires proctored exams at an instructor-approved site. Instructor email: gmcintos@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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Music

425.640.1560

MUSC& 105 - MUSIC APPRECIATION

An introduction to the elements and vocabulary of music: an overview of the stylistic periods of Western civilization from the Baroque period to the 21st century through the use of text, a variety of musical examples and live performances.

3199 Section A SANDERS J 5 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: john.sanders@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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MUSC 106 - AMERICAN POPULAR MUSIC

Study of popular music in the United States from minstrelsy and Tin Pan Alley to hip-hop and EDM. Style, musical forms, instruments, lyrics are all discussed and analyzed. No prior knowledge of music is required. Prerequisite: Placement into ENGL& 101 or instructor permission.

3109 Section A SANDERS J 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Closed
Online class. Instructor email: john.sanders@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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Nutrition

425.640.1679

NUTR& 101 - NUTRITION

Overview of current understanding of nutrition science, including chemical composition of foods and nutrients; digestion, absorption and metabolism; food safety including additives, contaminants, and microbes; diet/lifestyle; and their relationships to human health and disease. Focus on common sense dietary approaches, such as whole foods. Meets pre-nursing and dental hygiene requirements. Prerequisite: Placement into ENGL& 101 and MATH 087.

3217 Section A EWERT M 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: marcela.ewert@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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3223 Section B KEMP H 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Closed
Online class. Instructor email: hilary.kemp@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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3229 Section C KAPP J 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: janet.kapp@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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3235 Section D EWERT M 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: marcela.ewert@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 5/5/2017: Instructor change
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3241 Section E Cancelled 5 Credit(s)
Class is: Cancelled
This section has changed as of 6/26/2017: Cancelled
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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 A FLORES L 5 Credit(s) Online Course
6/22/2017-8/16/2017 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: louis.flores@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
This section has changed as of 6/5/2017: Date change
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OSH 240 - HANDLING HAZ MATERIALS

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

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

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LEGAL 200 - INTRO LAW/LEGAL PROC

An introduction to the function and sources of American law, state and federal courts, civil and criminal procedures, legal reasoning, ethics applicable to lawyers and paralegals, and the various areas of law, including tort, contract, family, criminal, and American Indian/Alaska Native law. Students will also observe a real court proceeding.

2617 Section B WHITE D 5 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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LEGAL 214 - LEGAL ETHICS

A study of the Washington Rules of Professional Conduct, ethics opinions, and related statutes and cases. Ethical canons from leading professional paralegal organizations are also examined. Emphasis is placed on the ethical duties and scope of paralegals, limited license legal technicians, limited practice officers, and attorneys working in Washington State.

2641 Section A HADDOCK S 3 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: scott.haddock@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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LEGAL 226 - TORTS & PERSONAL INJURY

Covers fundamentals of tort and personal injury law, including the concepts of negligence, strict liability, intentional torts, products liability, defamation, invasion of privacy, and professional malpractice. Defenses and computation of damages are also examined. Prerequisite: LEGAL 200 or instructor permission.

2647 Section A SPENCE D 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: david.spence@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 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.

2665 Section A HADDOCK S 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: scott.haddock@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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LEGAL 295 - ADV LEGAL RESEARCH/WRTNG

Critical analysis of legal authorities, analytic reading and writing, and objective and persuasive writing techniques. Includes advanced approaches to using law libraries and online services. Students prepare various documents in proper formats with emphasis on writing mechanics. Prerequisite: LEGAL 200 and LEGAL 210.

2683 Section A JENNINGS E 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: elizabeth.jennings@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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Philosophy

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PHIL& 101 - INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY

A critical study of the work of a few major philosophers, and the fundamental issues of philosophy; may include human nature, ethical theory, justice and political philosophy, the nature and extent of knowledge, and the nature of self and being.

3421 Section B CAMERON J 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: james.cameron@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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PHIL 110 - CONTEMP MORAL ISSUES

A philosophical consideration of contemporary moral issues such as abortion, euthanasia, capital punishment, discrimination, war, and world hunger. Prerequisite: Placement into ENGL 099.

3409 Section A WERRE S 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: swerre@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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PHIL& 120 - SYMBOLIC LOGIC

An introduction to modern symbolic logic emphasizing sentence logic with translation and proofs and quantificational logic with translation and proofs. Prerequisite: MATH 087 with a minimum grade of 2.0.

3433 Section B WERRE S 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: swerre@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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Physical Education

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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 113 - INTRODUCTION TO FITNESS

Overview of five components of physical fitness; health benefits of physical activities; basic musculoskeletal anatomy; and development of a personal fitness program using assessment, research, and discussion.

3331 Section A NIEMAN J 3 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: jeannie.nieman@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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3337 Section B JACKSON H 3 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: heather.jackson@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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PE 115 - SPORTS NUTRITION

Sports nutrition course specifically designed to help those leading active lifestyles. This class will focus on sports specific nutrition, supplementation, and exercise-related eating.

3343 Section AV Cancelled MAX 3 Credit(s)
Class is: Cancelled
This section has changed as of 7/5/2017: Cancelled
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Political Science

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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.

3475 Section A FRALICK H 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: heather.fralick@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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Psychology

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PSYC& 220 - ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY

Understanding the nature, cause, and treatments of behavioral disorders. Understanding abnormal behavior by acquainting the student with theories, research, and case studies relating to maladaptive and disordered behavior. Prerequisite: PSYC& 100 or instructor permission.

3505 Section A HART S 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: stephanie.hart@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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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 103 - INTRO TO HUMAN SERV

Covers the history and importance of human services in society and the values these programs reflect. Includes career paths, knowledge, and skills required for effective practice, and the rewards and challenges of working in this field. Prerequisite: ENGL 099 with a 2.0 or higher or placement in ENGL& 101.

3517 Section A TOWNSEND K 5 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Closed
Online class. Instructor email: karen.townsend@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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SHS 104 - INTRO ADDICTION STUDIES

Introduction to misuse of and addiction to psychoactive drugs. Includes history, theories, current research and treatment practices, and the nature of successful recovery as well as prevention concepts. Prerequisite: ENGL 099 with a 2.0 or higher or placement in ENGL& 101.

3523 Section A LINDSEY T 5 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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SHS 107 - STRESS MANAGEMENT SKILLS

Addresses personal and organizational stress in human services settings and offers techniques for reducing and preventing stress, decreasing burnout, and increasing job satisfaction including time management techniques. S/U grade option.

3529 Section A TOWNSEND K 2 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Closed
Online class. Instructor email: karen.townsend@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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SHS 112 - CHILD & FAMILY WELFARE

Investigates the issues facing children and families today, including poverty, homelessness, foster care, and teen parenting. Covers how human service workers and agencies provide protection and intervention, and how we can advocate for change, both individually and as a society.

3535 Section A TOWNSEND K 3 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: karen.townsend@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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SHS 121 - CASE MGMT/COMM RESOURCES

Defines the role and functions of a case manager, history, tasks and challenges of the job, and knowledge and skills necessary to be effective, including how to make referrals and act as an advocate and community resource specialist.

3565 Section A MCQUADE L 3 Credit(s) Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: luke.mcquade@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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SHS 170 - HIV/AIDS-HEALTH/ACD PRO

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

3577 Section A ALLYN T 1 Credit(s) Online Course
7/5/2017-7/14/2017 Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: theresa.allyn@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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SHS 185 - HUMAN GROWTH/DEVELOP

Addresses the multidimensional process of human development from conception to death. Topics include growth and change across the lifespan from biological, psychological, social, and cultural perspectives. Prerequisite: ENGL& 099 with a 2.0 or higher or placement in ENGL& 101.

3595 Section A COIRO C 5 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: ccoiro@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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Sociology

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SOC& 101 - INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY

The study of how social forces shape human behaviors and opportunities and how individuals shape society. Topics include culture, social interaction, group relations, social change, and inequalities by race, ethnicity, class, gender, sexuality and/or disabilities. Focus on cultural diversity and U.S. society in global context. Prerequisite: Placement in ENGL& 101 or instructor permission.

3637 Section A BOHMER S 5 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: sbohmer@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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3643 Section B BOHMER S 5 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: sbohmer@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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Women’s Studies

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WOMEN 200 - INTRO WOMEN'S STUDIES

Introduction to methods/concepts of interdisciplinary field of Women's Studies. Examines historical/cultural constructions of gender, race, class, sexuality. Includes women's histories/identity, family/work, body politics/health, violence, creativity/empowerment, resistance. (Dual-listed as DIVST 200). Prerequisite: Placement in ENGL& 101 or instructor permission.

3697 Section A BALDWIN J 5 Credit(s) Meets Cultural Diversity Requirement Online Course
Arranged Arranged Arranged Class is: Open
Online class. Instructor email: gem.baldwin@edcc.edu.
An additional fee of $45.65 is collected for this course.
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