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1 Schedule of Alvin Community College Credit Classes Spring 2015 Angela Otoya Health Science Registration: SPRING & MINI 1 (8 weeks) MINI 2 (8 weeks) MINI 3 (3 weeks) Oct 29 - Jan 13 Feb 16 - Mar 9 Apr 1 - May 14 Classes Begin: Jan 20 Mar 12 May 19 payment deadline: Jan 13 Mar 9 May 14

2 Spring 2015 Table of Contents ACC Classes at Turner - Pearland Admissions... 5 Bacterial Meningitis Vaccination Requirement... 4 Book Buy Back Calendar... 3 Campus Closings/Holidays... 3 Campus Map Distance Education & Internet Classes Emergency School Closing Information... 2, 9 Financial Aid... 8 Final Exam Schedule Internet Classes New Student Orientation... 5 Office Hours... 2 Parking Permits Payment Information... 7 Placement Scores... 6 PRE/CO Requisites Registration Information... 4 Refund Policy... 7 Services for Students with Disabilities... 9 Telephone Directory... 3 Testing Information... 5 Tuition and Fees... 7 Withdrawals... 8 SI USTED REQUIERE MAS INFORMACION, FAVOR DE PONERSE EN CONTACTO AL TELEFONO Check WebACCess at alvincollege.edu for the most current course listings. Alvin Community College Credit classes may require web activity in order to complete course requirements. Students should be prepared to have access to internet resources. OFFICE HOURS Enrollment Services Center and Academic Advising M-T 8:00AM - 7:00PM W-F 8:00AM - 5:00PM College Store (Bldg. E) M-Th 7:30AM - 6:30PM F 7:30AM - 2:00PM Emergency Campus Closing Information or Auto Notification via HyperAlert for currently registered students Notices: The College reserves the right to alter or discontinue any calendar item, class, program or the tuition and fees schedule. Alvin Community College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award certificates and associate degress. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia or call for questions about Alvin Community College accreditation. Alvin Community College is an equal opportunity institution and does not discriminate against anyone on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, pregnancy, gender equity, sexual orientation, parental status, national origin, age, disability, family medical history or genetic information, political affiliation, military service or veteran s status. If you have questions about accessibility, need assistance or require special accommodations for this event please contact the Office of Disability Services at or at least 7 working days prior to the event. Requests made less than 3 working days prior to the event may not be able to be accommodated. How to Reach Alvin Community College 3110 Mustang Road Alvin, Texas Alvin Community College is located 25 miles south of Houston and 30 miles north of Galveston on Hwy 35 ByPass in Alvin, Texas. From Houston: Take Hwy 35 south; or take I-45 south to Webster, then FM 528 west and Hwy 35 ByPass south; or take Hwy 288 south to Manvel, then Hwy 6 east and Hwy 35 ByPass south. From Galveston: Take Hwy 6 to Hwy 35 ByPass south. From points south: Use Hwy 35 north. How to Reach Alvin Community College at Turner - Pearland 4717 Bailey Rd. Pearland, Texas From Houston: I-45 south to Dixie Farm Rd, right on 35 north then left to Bailey Rd; or 288 south, exit at CR 58, make u-turn at Croix Rd and exit at Bailey Rd / CR101; or Take I-45 south to Hwy 35 south then right on Bailey Road. From Galveston: Take Hwy 6 north to Hwy 35 ByPass north then left on Bailey Rd. rev. 10/8/2013 From points south: Use Hwy 35 north. 10 HOUSTON 6 Sugarland Beltway Beltway 8 Pasadena Clear Lake City ACC at Turner League City - Pearland 528 Dickinson Manvel 517 Alvin Texas ACC City Santa Fe Galveston 2

3 ACADEMIC CALENDAR The Academic Calendar is subject to change Spring 2015 Semester (January 20 - May 16) Oct 29-Jan 13 Jan 13 Jan Jan 20 Feb 4 Mar 6 Apr 20 May May 18 Mini 1 Oct 29-Jan 13 Jan 13 Jan Jan 20 Jan 27 Feb 24 Mar 10 Mar 11 Registration Payment due Late Registration/Schedule Changes CLASSES BEGIN Census Date App. Deadline - May Graduation WithdrawAL deadline Final Exams Grades Due Semester (January 20 - March 10) 8 Weeks Registration Payment due Late Registration/Schedule Changes CLASSES BEGIN Census Date WithdrawAL deadline Classes End/Final Exams Grades Due Mini 2 Semester (March 12 - May 16) 8 Weeks Feb 16-Mar 9 Registration Mar 9 Payment due Mar 11 Late Registration/Schedule Changes Mar 12 Classes begin Mar 27 Census Date Apr 27 WithdrawAL deadline May Classes End/Final Exams May 18 Grades Due Mini 3 Semester (May 19 - June 2) 3 Weeks Apr 1-May 14 Registration May 14 Payment due May Late Registration/Schedule Changes May 19 Classes begin May 20 Census Date May 26 WithdrawAL deadline Jun 2 Classes End/Final Exams Jun 3 Grades Due Maximum Course Load 16 Week...18 credit hours Mini 1 & Mini credit hours Mini credit hours January 19 February 20 March April 3-6 Spring Holiday/Study Day CAMPUS CLOSINGS MLK Holiday TCCTA (closed 1/2 day) Spring Break DIRECTORY Alvin Community College Area Code (281) Academic Foundations Advising Services Art Biology Business/Accounting Business Office Chemistry Child Development/Early Childhood Program College Store Computer Information Technology Continuing Education Court Reporting Criminal Justice Culinary Arts Dean of Academic Programs Provost/Dean of Instruction Dean of Students Diagnostic Cardiovascular Sonography Disability Services Distance Education - Information/Technical Help Drama Economics, Government Emergency Medical Technology English Enrollment Services Center Financial Aid Foreign Language/Humanities GED Classes Geography & History Geology Graduation Specialist Hazlewood Help Desk (Registration) Honors Program Human Services/Substance Abuse Counseling Industrial Design Technology International Students Services Law Enforcement Academy Learning Lab/Tutoring Library Management Math Music Neurodiagnostic Technology Nursing (Associate Degree) Nursing (Vocational) Office Administration Paralegal Pharmacy Technician Philosophy Physics Police Polysomnography (Sleep Medicine) Process Technology Psychology/Sociology Radio & TV Broadcasting Reading (Now under Academic Foundations) Respiratory Care Registrar Speech Sports/Human Performance, Athletics Student Activities Student Employment TDD (Telecommunications Device for the Deaf) Testing Services Transfer Course Evaluation Veterans Services

4 SPRING 2015 REGISTRATION Term Registration Payment Due *Late/Schedule Changes Classes Begin Spring 16 Week October 29 - January 13 January 13 January January 20 Spring Mini 1 October 29 - January 13 January 13 January January 20 Spring Mini 2 February 16 - March 9 March 9 March 11 March 12 Spring Mini 3 April 1 - May 14 may 14 may may 19 *All late registration must be paid at the time of registration. The college does not assume responsibility for withdrawing students who register and decide not to attend. Failure to withdraw may result in being charged for tuition and fees, as well as receiving grades for those courses. Refunds for course withdrawals will be calculated according to the published refund schedule. New students should allow 48 business hours after admission before attempting to register. Transfer students attending ACC for the first time may be unable to register online. Allow one semester for evaluation of previous courses. Campus registration is available through Advising Services. Bring evidence of course prerequisites. Verify and update changes to personal information using WebACCess. Clear all holds on account. Online technical assistance is available during office hours - call When registering, enter developmental course(s) first or PSYC Financial Aid applicants should check award status on WebACCess prior to the payment deadline. Verify course enrollment by printing a Schedule/Fee Statement. Course syllabi and instructor information are available on the home page under QuickLinks. Bacterial Meningitis Vaccination Information What/When: Per state legislation, certain college students must receive a vaccination or booster against bacterial meningitis. Students will not be able to register until proof is presented of vaccination or a booster during the five-year period prior to enrollment, and at least 10 days before the first day of the semester. Who: Students less than 22 years of age who meet one of the following: New ACC students Students returning to ACC after a break of enrollment of one fall or spring semester who have not been previously vaccinated Dual credit high school students enrolled in any college course taken outside the high school campus Continuing Education students enrolled in courses > 360 hours How: Provide a certificate to the Enrollment Services Center, signed by a health practitioner or an official immunization record showing vaccination or booster during the five-year period prior to enrollment, and not less than 10 days before the first day of classes. The signature or stamp of a physician or his/her designee, or public health personnel on a form which shows the month, day and year the vaccination dose or booster was administered Official immunization record from a state or local health authority An official record received from school officials Temporary Waivers/Exemptions for students who: are enrolled only in online courses are 22 years of age or older present an affidavit signed by a licensed physician stating that the vaccination would be injurious to the health of the student present a notarized conscientious exemption form- https://webds. dshs.state.tx.us/immcojc/, declining vaccination for reasons of conscience or religion. Please consult college website for detailed information. 4 Bacterial Meningitis is a potentially deadly disease that can progress extremely fast. It is an inflammation of the membranes that surround the brain and spinal cord. The bacteria that causes meningitis can also infect the blood. This disease strikes about 3,000 Americans annually, including on college campuses, leading to 5-15 deaths among college students every year. Consequences can include: death (in hours), permanent brain damage, coma, hearing loss and blindness, patches on skin, vomiting, light sensitivity, stiff neck, confusion and sleepiness, nausea, lethargy, seizures. The more symptoms, the higher the risk; seek attention immediately. Symptoms include: high fever, severe headache, rash or purple patches on skin, vomiting, light sensitivity, stiff neck, confusion and sleepiness, nausea, lethargy, seizures. The more symptoms, the higher the risk; seek attention immediately. Diagnosis is made by a medical provider and is usually based on a combination of clinical symptoms and laboratory results from spinal fluid and blood tests. Early diagnosis and treatment can greatly improve the likelihood of recovery. Transmission occurs when people exchange saliva (such as by kissing, or by sharing drinking containers, utensils, cigarettes, toothbrushes, etc.) or come in contact with respiratory or throat secretions. Antibiotic treatment, if received early, can save lives and chances of recovery are increased. Vaccinations are available and are required for college students under 22 years of age. Vaccinations are effective, but do not protect against all types of meningitis. Vaccinations take 10 days to become effective, with protection lasting five years. The cost of the vaccine varies - check with a health care provider. The vaccination is very safe with minor side effects.

5 ADMISSIONS Three Steps to Apply ADMISSION CATEGORIES High School Graduate Students who have graduated from a regionally accredited high school or from a private high school that is recognized by the Texas Education Agency s Texas Private School Accrediting Commission (TEPSAC) are admitted as high school graduates. Students should submit to the Enrollment Services Center an official high school transcript showing date of graduation. Home School Graduate Students who receive their coursework though a parental supervised home school will be admitted as a high school graduate. The final transcript must bear the signature of the parent as the home school administrator. GED Completion Students who have successfully completed the General Equivalency Diploma Exam may attend Alvin Community College as a GED graduate. An official copy of GED scores should be submitted to the ACC Enrollment Services Department. Former ACC Students Who Last Attended Spring 2014 or Earlier Returning students who have previously attended ACC must provide: Admission Application Transcripts from previous colleges attended since last attendance at ACC (EDI/SPEEDE E-transcript preferred College Transfer Students Students transferring to ACC from other colleges or universities are considered transfer students and must provide: Official transcripts from all previous colleges attended TSI Assessment scores or proof of TSI exemption Students currently on academic probation from the last college attended must make an appointment with ACC Dean of Students for admission approval Proof of a Bacterial Meningitis vaccination if <22 years of age Dual Credit Dual Credit (high school and college credit) and Concurrent Enrollment (college credit only) students are students who have met Texas Success Initiative standards, or exempted through SAT, ACT, or End of Course scores. Waivers are also available with PSAT scores. International Students Students born in another country who are not US citizens or resident aliens are admitted as an international student. An appointment with the Advisor for International Students is required for admission. Individual Approval Students who did not graduate from a regionally accredited public or private high school and individuals without a GED may seek admission under Individual Approval status. (Federal Financial Aid programs are not available to students admitted under Individual Approval status. Students are encouraged to visit with a college counselor about GED completion.) STEP 1 - Apply First time in College - Students who require physical or academic accommodations should contact the Office of Disability Services as a first step. Complete application for admission-www.alvincollege.edu. Present evidence of bacterial meningitis vaccination, if applicable. Request official transcripts. High School/Home School Graduates: Mail official high school/home school transcript to ACC Enrollment Services Center; or bring it with you in a sealed envelope when meeting with an advisor. GED Graduates: Request your GED transcript through the Enrollment Services Center. Dual Credit High School Students: When meeting with your advisor, bring an official transcript in a sealed envelope and your Early Admissions Contract. New Student Orientation Requirement: Orientation is required for all first time college students and must be completed before or during the first semester. STEP 2 - Test Testing is required (unless exempt) for all students. If exempt, proof of exemption is required before registration. See page 6 for list of exemptions. A Pre-Assessment Activity (PAA) is required before taking the TSI Assessment. Print the Certificate of Completion and bring when testing. Take the PAA on the following website: If required, take the TSI Assessment prior to admission and your advising session. See test schedule. Online test registration and credit card payment: https://app.alvincollege.edu/testing To register and pay with cash, go to the Enrollment Services Center. Test registration is required at least one day prior to the test. During peak times, students should register early to secure a preferred test date. STEP 3 - Advisement and Registration Meet with an advisor - required if first time in college. Register online. All documentation submitted for admission purposes becomes the property of Alvin Community College. All transcripts must be official and sent either electronically (preferred), mailed directly from college or university, or hand carried in a sealed institutional envelope. TESTING All students (unless exempt) must have the TSI ASSESSMENT test scores on file prior to registration. Test scores are used to place students in appropriate courses and not to deny admission. Test early to allow time for and advising to be completed prior to registration. Days and times are subject to change. Students needing ADA accommodations should contact the Office of Disability Services before registering for the test. TSI ASSESSMENT Advanced online registration required with credit card at: https://app.alvincol lege.edu/testing. Allow 3-6 hours testing time. Test Fee - $39 Time Dates 8:30 am, 3:00pm November 3, 10, 17, 24 8:30 am, 3:00pm December 1, 8, 15 8:30 am, 3:00pm January 12, 26 8:30 am, 3:00pm February 2, 9, 16, 23 8:30 am, 3:00pm March 2, 9, 23, 30 8:30 am, 3:00pm April 13, 20, 27 See https://app.alvincollege.edu/testing for additional times 5

6 Subject TEXAS SUCCESS INITIATIVE (TSI) INFORMATION TSI Assessment Reading 351 Math 350 English PLACEMENT CHART 5 on essay** Transfer students who have met college readiness standards. A student who is serving on active duty as a member of the armed forces of the United States, the Texas National Guard, or member of the armed forces reserve and has been serving for at least 3 years preceding enrollment. **Or 4 on essay with objective score of 363 Students may retake the TSI Assessment to determine readiness to perform freshman-level academic course work. Developmental coursework will be required of students who do not pass one or more sections of the assessment. Please visit with an academic advisor to determine TSI status and course of action. TSI Exemptions ACT - a combined score of 23 or higher with a minimum of 19 on English and Math grants a full exemption. A combined score of 23 or higher with a minimum of 19 on English grants a partial exemption in English. A combined score of 23 or higher with a minimum score of 19 on Math grants a partial exemption in Math. Scores must not be more than 5 years old. SAT - a combined score of 1070 or higher with a minimum of 500 on both Critical Reading and Math grants a full exemption. A combined score of 1070 with a minimum of 500 on Critical Reading grants a partial exemption in English; a combined score of 1070 or higher with a minimum score of 500 on Math grants a partial exemption in Math. Scores must not be more than 5 years old. TAKS - based on 11th grade exit level test. Minimum score of 2000 on the English Language Arts with a minimum score of 3 on the writing subscore; 2200 on Math. Scores must not be more than 5 years old. STAAR - end of course (EOC) with a minimum score of 2000, Level 2, on the English III EOC shall be exempt from the TSI Assessment for both reading and writing; a minimum score of 4000, Level II, on the Algebra II EOC shall be exempt from the TSI Assessment for the mathematics section for a period of 5 years from the date of testing. Associate or Baccalaureate degree graduates from any accredited institution of higher education are exempt. Transfer students from private or independent institutions of higher education or an accredited out-ofstate institution and who have satisfactorily completed college-level course work as determined by the receiving institution. A student who, on or after August 1, 1990, was honorably discharged, retired or released from active duty as a member of the armed forces of the United States, or the Texas National Guard or a member of the armed forces reserve. Waived Level One Certificate Programs Students enrolled in any waived program are waived from the requirements of the ACC Developmental Education Plan. Course prerequisites will apply. Students concurrently enrolled in an active Associate Degree or Level Two Certificate program are not eligible for this waiver. Eligible certificates include: Basic Law Enforcement Academy Child Develop/ Early Childhood Child Develop/ Early Child. Adm. Computer Information Technology Computer Info. Tech. Networking Court Reporting Scopist Crime Scene Technician Culinary Arts Culinary Arts Management Emergency Medical Technician - Advanced Emergency Medical Technology Industrial Design Technology Management Office Assistant Office Admin - Administrative Support Paralegal Pharmacy Technician Process Technology Radio/Television Broadcasting Substance Abuse Counseling Vocational Nursing (LVN) Mandatory Attendance - Developmental Courses If you fail any section of the TSI Assessment, you must enroll and attend a developmental course for at least one of the failed sections until all sections are passed. Developmental courses must be completed with a grade of C or higher. TSI Developmental Sequence Students complete their TSI obligation for any of the three subject areas (reading, writing, and mathematics) when one of the following sequences is completed: 1. The student passes the TSI Assessment. 2. The student passes the developmental course sequence for the area failed with a C or higher. Certificate students enrolled in programs of one year or less or if enrolled only in a certificate program are required to test, but receive a temporary waiver from developmental courses. 6

7 TUITION AND FEES Tuition is based upon residency status on file. ACC may change tuition rates and other charges without notice when so directed by the Board of Regents. Tuition Total Charges Cred. Res- Res- Non- Gen. Svc. Tech Reg Stu. Sec. LRC Bursar Total Res- Res- Non- Hrs In Out Res Fee Fee Fee* Serv. Fee Fee Fee Fees In Out Res 1 $132 $264 $402 $15 $60 $30 $22 $20 $15 $10 $172 $304 $436 $ , , , ,004 1, ,097 1, ,190 1, ,283 1, ,376 1, ,469 2, ,562 2, ,655 2, ,000 1,748 2, ,049 1,841 2,669 Tuition per/hour: In District: $44 Out of District: $88 Non-Resident: $134 Credit by Exam (per semester hour) $44 /semester hr Diploma Fee (Non Refundable) $35 (per degree) Diploma Replacement Fee $45 Late Fee for Graduation Applications $10 Nontraditional Education Fee $50 /per semester hour Nonpayment (after census date) $50 Technical Program Fee $10 /per technical course Returned Check Fee $30 Late Registration Fee $50 ID Card Replacement Fee $5 Transcript Fee $5 /transcript Online Course Fee $35 * Registration Fee - Non-Refundable Unless otherwise noted, all co-ops, internships and labs include a $15 fee. Active duty members of the armed services will be charged tuition at the in-district rate, upon presentation of a military identification card to the ACC Cashier. PAYMENT INFORMATION Spring 16 Week Through Jan % Refund Jan 28-Feb % Refund Feb % Refund after Feb 16...NO Refund Spring Mini 1 Through Jan % Refund Jan % Refund Jan 30-Feb % Refund after Feb 2...NO Refund Payment Options CREDIT/DEBIT CARD Make A Payment - CHECK or ACH (Electronic Payment) Make A Payment - CASH - ACC Cashier window - Bldg. A Refunds Spring Mini 2 Through Mar % Refund Mar % Refund Mar 31- Apr % Refund after Apr 1...NO Refund Spring Mini 3 Through May % Refund May % Refund May % Refund after May NO Refund Class Cancellation - 100% refund for cancelled classes. Tuition Payment Plan Apply - Click on Make a Payment Installment Deadlines 50% plus a $30 non-refundable fee by...january 13, 2015 Payment 2-25% due... February 12, 2015 Payment 3-25% due...march 26, 2015 A fee of $50 will be assessed for late payments. Withdrawals after the refund period do not cancel the balance owed on the payment plan. The balance must be paid before an official transcript will be issued or before next registration. NOTE: Records holds for balances due must be paid by cash, money order, or credit card at the cashier window in Building A. Students with four delinquent payments on their payment plan will be ineligible to set up a future payment plan. 7

8 FINANCIAL AID Visit the ACC Financial Aid website for the most current information Priority Deadlines Fall - April 1 Spring - Oct 1 Summer - March 1 Applications are accepted any time during the year. If priority deadlines are missed, funds will not be available for registration. Grants are based on financial need and do not have to be repaid (see Office of Financial Aid regarding withdrawals and return of financial aid funds). Financial Aid will not be awarded for classes not listed on the academic program on file or if only enrolled in developmental courses. Scholarships are based on set criteria, which may include academic merit and/or financial need, and do not have to be paid back. Separate applications may be required. College Work Study (student employment) allows students to earn money by working part-time, usually on campus. Loans are available at a low interest rate through the U.S. Department of Education, backed by the federal government. Repayment begins after the student graduates, drops to less than half-time enrollment or is no longer enrolled in college. Parent loans for parents of dependent students based on credit approval. FAFSA Application Process Online/Web FAFSA-www.fafsa.ed.gov. Submit a copy of the SAR to the Enrollment Services Center. Other Important Information: Transfer students-all transcripts required before awarded. Scholarships, loans, and Pell Grant have specific enrollment credit requirements. The amount of Federal Pell Grant funds a student receives over an educational lifetime is limited by federal law to be the equivalent of six years of Pell Funding. Students with a Bachelor s degree are ineligible for grants. Students chosen for verification by the Department of Education may be required to submit additional documentation. Students must complete in-house application forms. Applicants will be notified of status via WebACCess and/or . Check your aid/award status prior to the payment deadline. If paying by third party billing (employer reimbursement, DARS, WIA, Texas Tomorrow Fund) submit all documentation to the Business Office prior to the payment deadline. HAZLEWOOD ACT-Assistance for Texas Veterans The Hazelwood Exemption provides free tuition to honorably discharged Texas veterans and their eligible dependent children and spouses. The Hazlewood Legacy Act removes certain residency restrictions and permits eligible veterans to assign their unused hours to their children. Applications are available in the Enrollment Services Center. First time Hazlewood applicants must apply at least two weeks prior to the payment deadline. If application is not approved by the payment deadline, the student must make arrangements to pay from personal funds. The student will be reimbursed for the payment made, if approved for Hazlewood Benefits by the semester s census date. Previous ACC Hazlewood recipients may apply until the end of late registration. Applications received after the deadline will be processed for the subsequent semester. Continued eligibility for Hazlewood recipients is dependent upon meeting college satisfactory academic progress requirements. Additional information-www. collegefortexans.com. WITHDRAWAL INSTRUCTIONS Course withdrawals may jeopardize existing insurance coverage, current and future financial aid, veteran s benefits, or enrollment in other courses. All withdrawal requests require: Name, Student ID or SSN, date of birth, course letters and numbers, for example- ENGL Use one of the following methods to withdraw: withdrawals are accepted only when sent from the official address on file with the college. addresses may be verified and updated using WebACCess-Profile Information. A confirmation receipt for the withdrawal will be sent within 24 business hours. Please contact if a receipt is not received. 2. Mail: Alvin Community College Enrollment Services Center 3110 Mustang Road Alvin, TX In Person: Enrollment Services Center A100 Students receiving Veteran s Benefits must notify the VA Certifying Official - 8 Withdrawal Instructions for Students Receiving Financial Aid (Pell Grants and Loans) Students receiving financial aid must contact the ACC Financial Aid Office for withdrawal approval. Students who withdraw or receive a 0.0 gpa, may be required to repay all money received All course withdrawal requests must be sent from the official address on file with the college. address changes can be made on WebACCess. Failure to obtain FA Office approval by the published withdrawal deadline may result in the repayment of all monies received. A confirmation receipt for the withdrawal will be sent within 24 business hours. Please contact if a receipt is not received. 2. In Person: Enrollment Services Center - A100 Active Duty Military Withdrawal Requested through Dean of Students 1. Request refund of the tuition and fees 2. Receive an incomplete grade in all courses 3. Receive a final grade 4. No penalty is assessed to military students who are receiving financial aid.

9 ADDITIONAL STUDENT INFORMATION Alcohol and Drug Policy ACC is committed to providing an environment free from illegal drugs and alcohol. For information - ACC Student Handbook at Tobacco Free Campus Smoking is only allowed in the parking lots. This tobacco policy applies to all college facilities-owned or leased, all athletic facilities, and college vehicles. Services for Students with Disabilities The College makes reasonable accommodations for students with a documented disability. Students requesting accommodations should notify the Office of Disability Services at least 60 days prior to the beginning of the semester. Call or TDD number Student Information Updates/Residency Changes Students are responsible for keeping their current demographic information (name, address, phone number, , etc) on file. Changes may be made at the ESC by completing a Student Data Change Request or online at WebACCess-www.alvincollege.edu. Residency is determined upon admission or readmission to ACC. Residency changes can be made at any time by completing a Reclassification Petition. Support documentation is required. However, to apply changes to the current semester, petition must be received by the census date of the term. Campus Security Information/Crime Statistics The Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990 requires colleges and universities to distribute to students and employees a description of policies and services concerning types of crimes. Policies and services are described in the ACC Student Handbook at Clery Act - ACC complies with federal reporting standards in regard to criminal activity. Emergency Campus Closing Students may locate the status of weather and other emergency related campus closings at HyperAlert HyperAlert is the Alvin Community College emergency notification system. It is designed to quickly warn students of possible threats, severe weather and school closings. Students are automatically enrolled each semester of attendance. Students may update personal contact information online using WebACCess or at the Enrollment Services Center. Tuition for Repeated Courses Enactment by the Legislature of the State of Texas: Amendment to the Texas Education Code - An additional charge equal to the current out-of-district rate per credit hour will be charged for any college level course taken at Alvin Community College for the third time. This includes courses with grades of W and R. See catalog for excluded courses. Tuition for Developmental Courses Over 27 Hours When 27 hours of developmental education courses at Alvin Community College are exceeded, students will be additionally charged the current out-of-district rate per credit hour. This includes courses with grades of W and R. Excessive Hours - Additional Charges TEC : Students who have attempted 45 or more credit hours beyond the amount required for their (baccalaureate) degree at Texas public colleges or universities may be charged additional tuition, up to the level of out-of-state tuition. This includes all credit hours in which a student was registered as of the official census date for the semester (i.e. repeated courses, failed courses, and courses from which the student withdrew after the census date); this does not include credit hours for which the student paid out-ofstate tuition, courses designated as developmental, any hours removed from admission consideration under Academic Fresh Start, or hours accumulated toward a previous baccalaureate degree. Students who entered higher education for the first time prior to fall 1999 while classified for tuition purposes as a Texas resident, are exempt. Students enrolling in Fall 2006 or later may pay a higher tuition rate if they have attempted 30 or more credit hours beyond the amount required for their degree. (Developmental and technical courses which are not part of the baccalaureate degree plan do not count toward the excess hours.) Six Drop Limit - Number of Course Withdrawals Course Drop Limit Provisions-TEC Texas Education Code All first-year students enrolled in the fall of 2007 or after at any Texas public college or university are limited to six course drops during their academic career. Students may not drop more than six courses regardless of how many institutions attended, how many courses taken or how many years attended. This policy does not apply to courses dropped prior to census date, complete withdrawals from all courses for the semester, courses taken while attending high school, developmental courses, drops from private or out -of-state institutions, and courses dropped during the Three Week Mini term. Drops beyond the maximum of six will be allowed for students who can show good cause for dropping more, including severe illness, active duty military service, or work obligations beyond the student s control. Students who feel they have good cause for an exception should discuss their reasons with a counselor or advisor. Exceptions are granted by the Academic and Technical Deans. Students are encouraged to discuss options with their professors and advisors and to make use of campus resources before deciding to drop a course. Once the six course drop limit has been reached grades are assigned. Drops included in the limit will be recorded on the student transcript. $1,000 Rebate Senate Bill 1907 provides a $1000 tuition rebate to students who complete their baccalaureate degree while attempting no more than three credits beyond degree requirements. Disclosure of Directory Information As required by law, the college must release student directory information to individuals and organizations upon request. Directory information includes: name, address, telephone number, major field of study, classification, participation in officially recognized activities and sports, weight and height of members of athletic teams, dates of attendance, degrees, awards and dates received, all previous educational institutions attended, photographs that may be used in publications, advertisements, videos or internet sites, honors, and enrollment status. Notify the ESC by the census date to block release of directory information. Public Information Statement Alvin Community College offers academic and technical programs published in the current college catalog. Admission to college programs is based on requirements outlined in the catalog. It is the policy of Alvin Community College not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, religion, disability, age, veteran status, nationality or ethnicity in the administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, employment policies, scholarship and loan programs, and other college administered programs and activities as required by Title IX, Section 504, and Title VI. ACC will take steps to assure that lack of English skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in all educational and technical programs. For information and grievance procedures, contact the Dean of Students or the Director of Human Resources. Declaración De Información Alvin Community College no discrimina a base de sexo, desventaja física, raza, color, edad u origen nacional en sus programas educativos, ni en las actividades, ni en el empleo, de acuerdo con los requisitos del Título IX, Sección 504, y del Título VI. Alvin Community College tomará medidas para asegurarse de que la falta de destreza en el idioma inglés no sea impedimento a la admisión y participación en todos los programas educativos y técnicos. Para información sobre los derechos o los procedimientos para presentar quejas, comuníquese con la oficina de Registro al número o con la Directora de Recursos Humanos al número , dirección 3110 Mustang Road, Alvin, Texas

10 FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE Class Period Exam Date Time 9:30a MW May 11 8:00a - 10:00a 11:00a MW May 11 10:30a - 12:30p 1:00p MW May 11 1:00p - 3:00p 2:30p MW May 11 3:00p - 5:00p 11:00a TuTh May 12 10:30a - 12:30p 2:30p TuTh May 12 1:00p - 3:00p 7:00a MW May 13 10:30a - 12:30p 8:00a MW May 13 8:00a - 10:00a 12:00p MW May 13 1:00p - 3:00p 8:00a TuTh May 14 8:00a - 10:00a 9:30a TuTh May 14 10:30a - 12:30p 1:00p TuTh May 14 1:00p - 3:00p Friday only classes May 15 Scheduled Class Time FINALS Internet Classes... May EVENING / WEEKEND FINALS Exams will be given at regularly scheduled class times on the following dates: Mon classes...may 11 Thurs classes...may 14 Tues classes...may 12 Fri classes...may 15 Wed classes...may 13 Sat classes...may 16 MINI SEMESTER FINALS Mini 1 (8 weeks)...march 10 Mini 2 (8 weeks)... May Mini 3 (4 weeks)... June 2 GRADE DEADLINES Mini 1 (8 weeks)... 9:00am, March 11 Mini 2 (8 weeks)... 9:00am, May 18 Spring (16 weeks)... 9:00am, May 18 Mini 3 (4 weeks)... 9:00am, June NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION Orientation is required for All First Time College Students. December 5, :30am - 2:30pm Reservations are required. Register online at Meet friends and make new ones! Learn how to be successful both in and out of the classroom. Attention All Students Receiving Federal Veterans Benefits! (excludes Hazlewood) Mandatory Orientation for Veterans January 14, :00pm Texas Room - Bldg E Who is Required to take PSYC 1300? All first-time ACC Students (excluding those who have declared AAS degrees and technical program certificates) who have academic developmental needs, must register for PSYC Parking permit: Available in the Campus Police Office - Rm H132 Requirements: Student ID, driver s license, license plate number and make/model of vehicle Student I.D. Card: Available in Library (Bldg. A - Rm A204) All enrolled students are required to carry a valid student ID card when on campus. The card grants access to the Fitness Center, Learning Lab-Test, Tutoring Center and student computer labs. Students must present a tuition receipt showing payment for the current semester and a valid picture ID. Purchase Books - College Store - Bldg. E Mon-Th - 7:30am-6:30pm; Fri - 7:30am-2:00pm or at: Book Buy Back - College Store: May Mon - Thurs - 8:00am - 6:30pm and May 15 - Fri - 8:00am - 5:00pm 10

11 DISTANCE EDUCATION - ONLINE and HYBRID Taking distance education classes is an option for students who don t have time to attend classes, work irregular hours, or have other time commitments. Internet (IN) An Internet (IN) class is conducted almost, if not entirely, online. Some instructors may require that students come to campus for orientations, field trips, or to take tests in an approved testing location. Students must have access to the Internet, as all classes are conducted through MyBlackboard. Hybrid (HY) Hybrid courses combine online learning and face-to-face instruction in a manner that reduces the number of face-toface classroom meetings. Students attend a portion of the class in the traditional classroom at regularly scheduled times and complete the remaining portion of the class online using MyBlackboard. TBA - To Be Arranged Students registered for TBA classes are responsible for contacting the course instructor during the first five days of the term. Students should check their class schedule for the name of the assigned instructor. If a name is not provided, contact the department chair for the course. Course instructors may be reached by using the first initial of the first name followed by the last e.g. John alvincollege.edu. How do you register for Distance Education courses? It is best to register early to ensure that the classes will be available. Additional fees for Hybrid (HY) and Internet (IN) classes will be charged at the rate listed under Tuition and Fees. Receive a Degree Online The Distance Education Department offers several degrees and certificates that can be earned completely online. Choose from the following: Associate of Arts (A.A.) in Sociology Associate of Arts (A.A.) in Psychology Associate of Arts - General Studies (A.G.S.) Management Development Degree (A.A.S.) Management Development Certificate Support for Distance Education Students Login difficulties/technical support: Click on the online Support Form link on the Blackboard screen. MyBlackboard All Internet and Hybrid courses are conducted online using the MyBlackboard system. Students may log in to MyBlackboard at or by using the MyBlackboard link located on the top of the ACC homepage. ORNT 0100 Online Readiness Requirement Increasing Student Success in Online Learning QEP - Quality Enhancement Plan The online readiness course, ORNT 0100 is a required course for all students who take an online course at Alvin Community College for the first time. This online, self-paced course, which should be completed before the 7th day of the fall and spring semesters, is designed to provide students with important information about the unique requirements of the online course environment. The average completion time for this course is one hour. *Students registering for an online course for the first time at Alvin Community College should remember to first enter their registration for ORNT 0100 before adding the online course. How to Begin an Online Class Check Computer Be sure to click on the Check Browser link located on the log in screen before you log in for the first time. This will ensure that your home computer is configured properly to work with MyBlackboard. Log in Information Username = WebAccess Username Password = WebAccess Username Check Be sure to check your regularly for important updates or reminders from the Distance Education Department about your online course. Log into MyBlackboard on the First Day of Class All online classes at ACC can be accessed through MyBlackboard located at NOTE: Students will NOT be able to access courses until the first day of class. 11

12 CLASSES - SPRING 16 WEEKS (January 20 - May 9, 2015) To access your Internet course, log in to MyBlackboard from the ACC homepage. Students must sign in during the first week of class. Syn Course No. & Sect. Title Instructor Syn Course No. & Sect. Title Instructor ACCOUNTING 5152 ACCT-2301-IN Financial Accounting T. Branton 5154 ACCT-2302-IN Managerial Accounting T. Branton ARTS 5169 ARTS-1301-IN Art Appreciation M. Matthys 5172 ARTS-1303-IN Art History I D. Rueb 5175 ARTS-1304-IN Art History II M. Matthys BUSINESS 5302 BUSI-1301-IN1 Introduction to Business N. Bradshaw 5303 BUSI-1301-IN2 Introduction to Business N. Bradshaw 5308 BUSI-2301-IN Business Law N. Bradshaw CHILD DEVELOPMENT / EARLY CHILDHOOD 6188 TECA-1354-IN Child Growth and Development C. Saladrigas COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY All BCIS 1405 & COSC 1401 courses require Office 2013 software. Final exam must be taken at ACC campus for all BCIS & COSC internet classes BCIS-1305-IN1 Business Microcomputer Applica T. Magliolo 6615 BCIS-1305-IN2 Business Microcomputer Applica T. Magliolo 5226 BCIS-1405-IN Business Computer Applications T. Magliolo 5240 BCIS-2431-IN Adv Prog Visual Basic C. Lebouef 6617 COSC-1301-IN1 Microcomputer Applications T. Magliolo 6618 COSC-1301-IN2 Microcomputer Applications T. Magliolo 5372 COSC-1401-IN Microcomputer Applications T. Magliolo 5384 COSC-1436-IN Programming Fundamentals I T. Magliolo 5389 COSC-2436-IN Programming Fundamentals III T. Magliolo 5733 IMED-2415-IN Web Design C. Lebouef COURT REPORTING 5410 CRTR-2306-IN Medical Reporting J. Preston CRIMINAL JUSTICE 5391 CRIJ-1307-IN Crime in America C. Fos 5397 CRIJ-2328-IN Systems & Practices C. Fos DIAGNOSTIC CARDIOVASCULAR SONOGRAPHY 5480 DSAE-2335-IN Advanced Echocardiography D. McCreight 5486 DSPE-2359-IN Advanced Pedi Echocardiography S. Poston DRAMA 6593 DRAM-1310-IN Introduction to Theatre M. Wisnoski 5471 DRAM-2366-IN Development of Motion Picture F. Faculty ECONOMICS 5504 ECON-2301-IN Principles of Economics I T. Reynolds 5514 ECON-2302-IN Principles of Economics II T. Reynolds EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 5536 EMSP-1501-IN EMT - Basic P. Stemmer 5545 EMSP-2352-IN EMS Research D. Stevenson 5716 HITT-1305-IN2 Medical Terminology I D. Stevenson ENGLISH 5568 ENGL-1301-IN1 Composition I F. Faculty 5569 ENGL-1301-IN2 Composition I F. Faculty 5570 ENGL-1301-IN3 Composition I F. Faculty 5604 ENGL-1302-IN1 Composition II F. Faculty 5605 ENGL-1302-IN2 Composition II F. Faculty 5606 ENGL-1302-IN3 Composition II F. Faculty 5625 ENGL-2333-IN Survey of Literature II F. Faculty GEOLOGY 5636 GEOL-1445-IN Oceanography D. Devery 5637 GEOL-1447-IN Meteorology D. Devery GOVERNMENT 5644 GOVT-2305-IN1 American Government T. Reynolds 5645 GOVT-2305-IN2 American Government K. Jefferies 5660 GOVT-2306-IN1 Texas State & Local Government T. Reynolds 5661 GOVT-2306-IN2 Texas State & Local Government K. McLane 5662 GOVT-2306-IN3 Texas State & Local Government K. Jefferies HISTORY 5673 HIST-1301-IN1 The United States to 1877 J. Hume 5690 HIST-1302-IN1 The United States Since 1877 J. Duke 5708 HIST-2301-IN1 Texas History C. Chance 6775 HIST-2322-IN World Civilizations II C. Chance HUMAN SERVICES - SUBSTANCE ABUSE COUNSELING 5427 DAAC-1304-IN Pharmacology of Addiction G. Carrier 5432 DAAC-1391-IN Special Topics/Drug Abuse G. Carrier 5436 DAAC-2343-IN Current Issues G. Carrier HUMANITIES 5725 HUMA-1301-IN Introduction to Humanities I A. Parra MANAGEMENT 5286 BMGT-1327-IN Principles of Management S. Weatherford 5289 BMGT-1345-IN Communication Skills for Mgrs D. Smith 5294 BMGT-2303-IN1 Problem Solving & Decision Mkg S. Weatherford 5295 BMGT-2303-IN2 Problem Solving & Decision Mkg S. Weatherford 5301 BUSG-2309-IN Small Business Management S. Weatherford 5722 HRPO-1311-IN Human Relations S. Weatherford 5723 HRPO-1391-IN Special Topics-Human Resource J. Brau 5724 HRPO-2301-IN Human Resources Management J. Brau 5832 MRKG-1301-IN Services Marketing/Management S. Weatherford 5833 MRKG-1311-IN Principles of Marketing S. Weatherford 6579 MRKG-2349-IN Advertising & Sales Promotions S. Weatherford 12

13 CLASSES - 16 WEEKS (cont.) Syn Course No. & Sect. Title Instructor Syn Course No. & Sect. Title Instructor MATH 5789 MATH-1314-IN College Algebra T. Lansford 5797 MATH-1324-IN Math for Bus & Soc Science I C. Kilgore 6774 MATH-1325-IN Math for Bus & Soc Science II C. Kilgore 5810 MATH-1332-IN Contemporary Mathematics I B. Nelson 5813 MATH-1333-IN Contemporary Math for Tech J. Hopkins 5816 MATH-1342-IN Elementary Statistical Methods D. Dick 5824 MATH-2412-IN Precalculus Math S. Peterson MUSIC 5882 MUSI-1306-IN Music Appreciation K. Moody 5889 MUSI-1310-IN American Music D. Griffith NURSING 6081 RNSG-2121-IN1 Management of Client Care D. Fontenot 6082 RNSG-2121-IN2 Management of Client Care A. White NUTRITION 5665 HECO-1322-IN1 Nutrition & Diet Therapy S. Garcia 5666 HECO-1322-IN2 Nutrition & Diet Therapy S. Garcia OFFICE ADMINISTRATION 5157 ACNT-1311-IN Intro to Computerized Account C. Price 5715 HITT-1305-IN1 Medical Terminology I C. Price 5959 POFI-1301-IN Computer Applications I D. Smith 5962 POFI-1401-IN Computer Applications I D. Smith 5964 POFI-1449-IN Spreadsheets D. Smith 5966 POFI-2301-IN Word Processing C. Price 5968 POFI-2350-IN Databases (Access) D. Smith 5970 POFI-2401-IN Word Processing C. Price 5971 POFL-1305-IN Legal Terminology C. Price 5972 POFM-1317-IN Medical Admin Support C. Price 5976 POFT-1301-IN Business English D. Smith 5978 POFT-1309-IN Admin Office Procedures I D. Smith 5980 POFT-1319-IN Records & Info Management I M. Hairston 5982 POFT-1329-IN Beginning Keyboarding I M. Hairston 5985 POFT-1419-IN Records & Info Management I M. Hairston 5987 POFT-1425-IN Business Math & Machine Appl C. Price PHILOSOPHY 5931 PHIL-1301-IN Introduction to Philosophy J. Best 5935 PHIL-2306-IN Introduction to Ethics J. Best POLYSOMNOGRAPHY 5993 PSGT-1205-IN Neurophysiology of Sleep J. Rusk 5996 PSGT-1310-IN Neuroanatomy & Physiology A. Weber PROCESS TECHNOLOGY 6058 PTAC-2314-IN1 Quality (including SPC/Econ) D. Parus PSYCHOLOGY 6012 PSYC-1300-IN1 Learning Strategies T. Elliott 6028 PSYC-2301-IN General Psychology N. Lobb 6033 PSYC-2306-IN Human Sexuality T. Elliott 6041 PSYC-2314-IN1 Life-Span Growth & Development J. Raniseski 6044 PSYC-2317-IN Statistical Methods in Psyc N. Lobb 6045 PSYC-2319-IN Social Psychology T. Elliott RESPIRATORY CARE 6094 RSPT-1191-IN Special Topics-Resp Care, Mgmt M. McKinney SOCIOLOGY 6125 SOCI-1301-IN Introductory Sociology J. Bethscheider 6128 SOCI-2301-IN Marriage and the Family T. Elliott 6130 SOCI-2306-IN Human Sexuality T. Elliott 6132 SOCI-2326-IN Social Psychology T. Elliott 6133 SOCI-2340-IN Drug Use & Abuse G. Carrier SPANISH 6145 SPAN-1412-IN Beginning Spanish II F. Faculty SPEECH 6181 SPCH-1318-IN1 Interpersonal Communication S. Mangat 6183 SPCH-1321-IN Business Speaking E. Burnett SPORTS & HUMAN PERFORMANCE 5913 PHED-1150-IN Fitness & Wellness F. Faculty 5926 PHED-2150-IN Fitness & Wellness F. Faculty PARALEGAL 5750 LGLA-1311-IN Introduction to Law F. Faculty 5755 LGLA-1351-IN Contract Law F. Faculty 5759 LGLA-2305-IN Interviewing and Investigating F. Faculty 5760 LGLA-2311-IN Business Organizations F. Faculty 5763 LGLA-2323-IN Intellectual Property F. Faculty PHARMACY TECHNICIAN 5937 PHRA-1205-IN Drug Classification R. Boone 5938 PHRA-1291-IN Special Topics for Pharm Techs M. Jimenez 5939 PHRA-1301-IN Introduction to Pharmacy R. Boone 5940 PHRA-1304-IN Pharmacotherapy/Disease Proces R. Boone 5944 PHRA-1315-IN Pharmacy Terminology R. Boone 13

14 CLASSES - MINI 1 (8 wks) (January 20 - March 10, 2015) 6584 CDEC-2426-IM1 Admin of Programs Children I T. Bledsoe 5349 COMM-1307-IM1 Intro to Mass Communication W. Lewis 6221 DRAM-2366-IM1 Development of Motion Picture F. Faculty 6224 ENGL-1301-IM1 Composition I F. Faculty 6225 ENGL-1302-IM1 Composition II F. Faculty 6226 ENGL-2332-IM1 Survey of Literature I F. Faculty 6227 HIST-1301-IM1 The United States to 1877 J. Hume 6228 HIST-1302-IM1 The United States Since 1877 J. Duke 6587 HIST-2301-IM1 Texas History C. Chance 6236 MATH-0310-IM1 Dev Math - Algebra R. Harbour 6244 MATH-0311-IM1 Prestatistics D. Dick 6247 MATH-0312-IM1 Dev Math-Interm Algebra T. Lansford 6256 MATH-1332-IM1 Contemporary Mathematics I B. Nelson 6257 MATH-1333-IM1 Contemporary Math for Tech J. Hopkins 6258 MUSI-1306-IM1 Music Appreciation K. Moody 6280 PHED-1150-IM1 Fitness & Wellness F. Faculty 6281 PHED-2150-IM1 Fitness & Wellness F. Faculty 6282 PSYC-2301-IM1 General Psychology N. Lobb 6283 PSYC-2314-IM1 Life-Span Growth & Development J. Raniseski 6284 RNSG-1108-IM1 Dosage Calc for Nursing S. Garcia 6286 SOCI-1301-IM1 Introductory Sociology T. Elliott CLASSES - MINI 3 (3 wks) (May 19 - June 2, 2015) Must Log in 1st Day of Class CLASSES - MINI 2 (8 wks) (March 12 - May 16, 2015) 6585 CDEC-2428-IM2 Admin of Programs Children II T. Bledsoe 6296 COMM-1307-IM2 Intro to Mass Communication W. Lewis 6318 DRAM-2366-IM2 Development of Motion Picture F. Faculty 6319 ECON-2301-IM2 Principles of Economics I F. Faculty 6320 ECON-2302-IM2 Principles of Economics II F. Faculty 6327 ENGL-1301-IM2 Composition I F. Faculty 6330 ENGL-1302-IM2 Composition II F. Faculty 6331 GEOG-1303-IM2 World Regional Geography J. Hume 6332 GOVT-2305-IM2 American Government F. Faculty 6333 GOVT-2306-IM2 Texas State & Local Government F. Faculty 6334 HIST-1301-IM2 The United States to 1877 J. Hume 6335 HIST-1302-IM2 The United States Since 1877 J. Duke 6336 HIST-2301-IM2 Texas History C. Chance 6337 HITT-1305-IM2 Medical Terminology (for OFAD D. Smith majors) 6348 MATH-0310-IM2 Dev Math - Algebra R. Harbour 6355 MATH-0311-IM2 Prestatistics D. Dick 6356 MATH-0312-IM2 Dev Math-Interm Algebra T. Lansford 6365 MATH-1314-IM2 College Algebra T. Lansford 6373 MATH-1332-IM2 Contemporary Mathematics I B. Nelson 6374 MATH-1333-IM2 Contemporary Math for Tech J. Hopkins 6375 MATH-1342-IM2 Elementary Statistical Methods D. Dick 6379 MUSI-1306-IM2 Music Appreciation K. Moody 6380 MUSI-1310-IM2 American Music D. Griffith 6399 PHED-1150-IM2 Fitness & Wellness F. Faculty 6400 PHED-2150-IM2 Fitness & Wellness F. Faculty 6402 PSYC-1300-IM2 Learning Strategies T. Elliott 6403 PSYC-2301-IM2 General Psychology N. Lobb 6404 PSYC-2314-IM2 Life-Span Growth & Development J. Raniseski 6406 SOCI-1301-IM2 Introductory Sociology T. Elliott 6413 ENGL-1301-IMS3 Composition I F. Faculty 6414 ENGL-1302-IMS3A Composition II F. Faculty 6416 GOVT-2305-IMS3 American Government K. Jefferies 6417 GOVT-2306-IMS3 Texas State & Local Government K. McLane 6418 HIST-1301-IMS3 The United States to 1877 J. Hume 6420 HIST-1302-IMS3 The United States Since 1877 J. Duke 6421 HIST-2301-IMS3 Texas History C. Chance 6423 MATH-1314-IMS3 College Algebra T. Lansford 6426 PHED-1150-IMS3 Fitness & Wellness F. Faculty 6427 PHED-2150-IMS3 Fitness & Wellness F. Faculty 6428 PHIL-2306-IMS3 Introduction to Ethics J. Best 6430 PSYC-2314-IMS3 Life-Span Growth & Development T. Creel 6432 SOCI-1301-IMS3 Introductory Sociology T. Elliott 14

15 PRE AND COREQUISITES P indicates courses which must have been passed prior to enrollment in the selected course. In the case of DIRW/DIRR 0310 or MATH 0310, the student must have passed at least the 0309 level course or must have passed the 0309 level on the TSI or an alternate test. C indicates courses which, if not already passed, must be taken concurrently with the selected course. DIRW/DIRR and MATH co requisites are not required if the placement test or applicable courses have been passed. ACCT 2302 P-ACCT 2301 ACNT (Office Administration) 1311 P-ACNT 1303 ANTH 2301 P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ 0310 ARCE (Industrial Design Technology) 1452 P-DFTG 2419 ARTS 1301 P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-ARTS P-ARTS P-ARTS P-ARTS P-ARTS P-ARTS P-ARTS P-ARTS P-ARTS 2366 BCIS 1305 P-DIRW/DIRR 0309 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0309 or READ P- NCBM 0200 or MATH 0309 and BCIS 1305 or COSC 1301 or COSC P- NCBM 0200 or MATH 0309 and BCIS 1305 or COSC 1301 or COSC P-BCIS 1431or ITSE 1431 BIOL 1308 P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ P-BIOL P-BIOL 1406 or 1407 or 2401 or 2402 BMGT (Management) 1345 P-DIRW/DIRR 0309 or ENGL P-Dept. approval 2382 P-Dept. approval 2383 P-Dept. approval BUSI 2301 P-DIRW/DIRR 0309 or ENGL 0309 & READ 0309 CDEC (Child Development / Early Childhood) 1313 P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ 0310 and 6hrs of CDEC 2307 P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310, & CDEC P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ 0310 CHEF (Culinary Arts) 1291 P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ 0310, & C-CHEF P-CHEF C-CHEF P-CHEF P-CHEF P-CHEF P-CHEF P-CHEF P-CHEF P-CHEF 1301 CHEM 1405 P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ P-CHEM P-MATH 1314, CHEM 1405 recommended 1412 P-CHEM P-CHEM P-CHEM 2423 CHIN (Chinese) (or departmental online placement test) 1412 P-CHIN 1411, with a C or higher 2311 P-CHIN 1412, with a C or higher 2312 P-CHIN 2311, with a C or higher CJSA (Criminal Justice) 2323 P-CJSA P-CJSA 2323 COMM 1319 P-COMM 1318 or ARTS 2356 COSC 1301 P-DIRW/DIRR 0309 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0309 or READ P-NCBM 0200 or MATH 0309, and BCIS 1305 or COSC 1301 or COSC P-BCIS 1420 or 1431 or COSC 1420 or 1436 or 1437 or ITSE 1407 or 1422 or P-NCBM 0200 or MATH 0309, and BCIS 1305 or COSC 1301 or COSC P-NCBM 0200 or MATH 0309, and BCIS 1305 or COSC 1301 or COSC P-COSC 1420, COSC 1437 or ITSE P-COSC 1420 or 1437 or ITSE P-BCIS 1420 or 1431 or COSC 1420 or 1436 or 1437 or ITSE 1407 or 1422 or P-BCIS 1420 or 1431 or COSC 1420 or 1436 or 1437 or ITSE 1407 or 1422 or 1431 CRTR (Court Reporting) 1207 P-CRTR P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-CRTR 1314, P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-CRTR P-CRTR P-CRTR P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ 0310, and CRTR P-CRTR P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ 0310, and CRTR P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ 0310, and CRTR P-CRTR 2401 & CRTR P-CRTR 1314, CRTR P-CRTR P-CRTR P-CRTR 1314, CRTR P-CRTR 2403, P-CRTR P-CRTR P-CRTR 2403 CVTT (Diagnostic Cardiovascular Sonography) 1161 C-DSAE 1340 DAAC (Human Services/Substance Abuse Counseling) 1380 P-DAAC P-DAAC 1380 DIRW / DIRR (Academic Foundations) 0309 P-NCBW 0100 & NCBR P-DIRW/DIRR 0309 or ENGL 0309 & READ 0309 DFTG (Industrial Design Technology) 1405 P-DFTG P-BCIS 1305 or COSC 1301 or as a Corequisite with dept. approval 1433 P-DFTG P-DFTG P-DFTG P-DFTG P-DFTG 1409;C-DFTG P-DFTG P-DFTG P-DFTG P-DFTG P-DFTG 2423 DRAM 1310 P-DIRW/DIRR 0309 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0309 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0309 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0309 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0309 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0309 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0309 or ENGL 0309 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0309 or ENGL 0309 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0309 or READ P-DRAM

16 PRE AND COREQUISITES (Cont.) DSAE (Diagnostic Cardiovascular Sonography) 1303 C-DSAE C-DSAE 1303, P-DSAE 2437; C-DSAE P-DSAE 1360; C-DSAE P-DSAE 1303; C-DSAE P-DSAE 2404; C-DSAE P-DSAE 2361; C-DSAE P-DSAE 2461; C-DSAE 2335 DSVT (Diagnostic Cardiovascular Sonography) 1300 C-DSVT 1360, DSAE C- DSVT P-DSVT 2430; C-DSVT P-DSVT 1360; C-DSVT P-DSVT 1300; C-DSVT P-DSVT 1300; C-DSVT P-DSVT 2361; C-DSVT P-DSVT 2461; C-DSVT 2335 ECON 2301 P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ 0310 EDUC (Child Development / Early Childhood) 1301 P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-EDUC 1301 EMSP (Emergency Medical Technology) 1160 C-EMSP C-EMSP 1160 All courses require departmental approval. ENDT (Neurodiagnostic Technology) 1463 P-ENDT 1345, ENDT 1350; C-ENDT P-ENDT 1345, ENDT P-ENDT 1345, ENDT P-ENDT 1345, ENDT P-ENDT 1463; C-ENDT P-ENDT 1463; C-ENDT P-ENDT 1463, ENDT 2463 All others require dept. approval. ENGL 1301 P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-ENGL P-ENGL P-ENGL P-ENGL P-ENGL P-ENGL P-ENGL P-ENGL P-ENGL 1302 ENGR (Physics) 1201 P-MATH1314 or equivalent academic preparation ENTC (Industrial Design Technology) 1423 P-TECM 1317 FREN (or departmental online placement test) 1412 P-FREN 1411, with a C or higher 2311 P-FREN 1412, with a C or higher 2312 P-FREN 2311, with a C or higher GAME (Computer Information Technology) 1436 P-NCBM 0200 or MATH P-GAME 1436 GEOG 1301 P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ 0310 GEOL 1301 P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ P-GEOL P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ 0310, and MATH 0311 or P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ 0310, and MATH 0311 or 0312 GERM (or departmental online placement test) 1412 P-GERM 1411, with a C or higher 2311 P-GERM 1412, with a C or higher 2312 P-GERM 2311, with a C or higher GOVT 2305 P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ 0310 HAMG (Culinary Arts) 1321 P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ 0310 HECO (Nutrition) 1322 P-BIOL 2401 HIST 1301 P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ 0310 HUMA 1301 P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ 0310 IFWA (Culinary Arts) 1217 P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ CHEF-1301 IMED (Computer Information Technology) 2415 P-DIRW/DIRR 0309 or READ 0309 ITMT (Computer Information Technology) 2301 P-ITMT P-ITMT P-ITMT 2301 or ITMT P-ITMT 2301 or ITMT P-ITMT 1302 ITNW (Computer Information Technology) 1313 P-ITMT P-ITNW P-ITMT P-ITMT P-ITMT 1302 ITSC (Computer Information Technology) 1419 P-DIRW/DIRR 0309 or READ 0309 ITSE (Computer Information Technology) 1407 P-NCBM 0200 or MATH 0309 and BCIS 1305 or COSC 1301 or COSC P- NCBM 0200 or MATH 0309, BCIS 1305, or COSC 1301 or COSC P- NCBM 0200 or MATH 0309 and BCIS 1305 or COSC 1301 or COSC P-ITSE P-NCBM 0200 or MATH 0309 and BCIS 1305 or COSC 1301 or COSC P- 3 courses required from the following 5 groups: (BCIS 1420 or COSC 1436 or ITSE 1422) or (BCIS 1431 or ITSE 1431) or (COSC 1420 or 1437 or ITSE 1407) or (COSC 1430 or 2436 or ITSE 2417) or (IMED 2415 or ITSE 2402) 2402 P-DIRW/DIRR 0309 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0309 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0309 or READ P-BCIS 1420 or 1431 or COSC 1420 or 1436 or 1437 or ITSE 1407 or 1422 or P-BCIS 1431 or ITSE 1431 ITSW (Computer Information Technology) 1404 P-DIRW/DIRR 0309 or READ 0309 ITSY (Computer Information Technology) 1342 P-ITMT 2301 or ITMT 2302 LGLA (Paralegal) 1301 P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ 0310 MATH 0310 P-NCBM 0200 or MATH 0309 or required score on placement test P-NCBM 0200 or MATH 0309 or required score on placement test, DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ 0310 or TSI standard P-MATH 0310 or required score on placement test P-MATH 0312, and DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ 0310 with a C or better or the TSI standard P-MATH 0312, and DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ 0310 with a C or better or the TSI standard P-MATH 1314 or P-MATH 0311 or MATH 0312 and DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ 0310 with a C or better or the TSI standard P-MATH 0310 or MATH 0311 and DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ 0310 w/a C or better or TSI standard P-MATH 0311 or MATH 0312

17 PRE AND COREQUISITES (Cont.) 1350 P-MATH P-MATH 1314 or P-MATH 2413 or Departmental approval 2320 P-MATH 2414 or Departmental approval 2412 P-MATH 1314 or Departmental approval 2413 P-MATH 2412 or Departmental approval 2414 P-MATH P-MATH 2414 MRKG (Management) 1301 P-MRKG P-MRKG 1311 MUSI 1211 P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ 0310; and C-MUSI P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ 0310, and MUSI 1211; and C-MUSI C-MUSI P-MUSI 1216; C-MUSI P-MUSI 1211 & 1303; MUSI 1181 or MUAP P-DIRW/DIRR 0309 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0309 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0309 or READ P-MUSI 1212; C-MUSI P-MUSI 2211; C-MUSI P-MUSI 1217; C-MUSI P-MUSI 2216; C-MUSI 2212 PHED (Sports & Human Performance) 1306 P-DIRW/DIRR 0309 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0309 or READ 0309 PHIL 1301 P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ 0310 PHRA (Pharmacy Technician) 1304 P-PHRA 1301, PHRA 1309, & PHRA P-PHRA 1313 PHYS 1301 P-MATH 0312, and DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ P-MATH 2412 or Departmental Approval, and DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ P-PHYS P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ 0310, & MATH P-PHYS 2425, and DIRW/DIRR 0310 orread 0310 PMHS (Human Services/Substance Abuse Counseling) 1381 P-DAAC P-DAAC 1381 POFI (Office Administration) 1341 P-POFI 1301 or POFI P-POFI 1301 or POFI 1401 or departmental approval 2301 P-POFI 1301 or POFI P-POFI 1301 or POFI 1401 POFM (Office Administration) 1317 Computer Literacy required POFT (Office Administration) 2401 P-POFT 1429 PSGT 1191 P-PSGT P-PSGT P-PSGT P-PSGT P-PSGT P-PSGT 1260; C-PSGT P-PSGT 2660 All other courses require dept. approval. PSTR (Culinary Arts) 1301 P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ 0310; C-CHEF 1301 PSYC 2301 P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-PSYC 2301, MATH 0311 or MATH P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ 0310 PTAC (Process Technology) 1410 P-PTAC P-PTAC P-PTAC P-PTAC P-PTAC 1332, PTAC P-PTAC 2420 RNSG (Nursing - ADN) 1108 P-MATH 0310 or MATH P-BIOL 2401 or Admission to ADN Program 1246 P-RNSG-1441 & 1561 or RNSG 1262 & P-RNSG 1441 & 1561 or RNSG 1262 & 1417 All other courses require dept. approval. RSPT (Respiratory Care) 1207 P-DIRW/DIRR 0309 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0309 or READ 0309 All other courses require dept. approval. RSTO (Culinary Arts) 2301 P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ 0310, and BCIS 1305 or COSC 1301 RTVB (Communications) 2340 P-RTVB 1301 or COMM 2311 SGNL (Sign Language) (or with departmental approval) 1302 P-SGNL 1301 with C or better 2301 P-SGNL 1302 with C or better 2302 P-SGNL 2301 with C or better SOCI 1301 P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ 0310 SPAN (or departmental online placement test) 1412 P-SPAN 1411 with a C or higher 2289 Departmental approval P-SPAN 1412 with a C or higher 2312 P-SPAN 2311 with a C or higher 2313 Departmental approval Departmental approval Departmental approval SPCH 1315 P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 & READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ P-DIRW/DIRR 0310 or READ 0310 TECA (Child Development / Early Childhood) 1303 P DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 and READ P DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 and READ P DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 and READ P DIRW/DIRR 0310 or ENGL 0310 and READ 0310 TECM (Industrial Design Technology) 1317 P-MATH 1314 VNSG All courses require departmental approval. Revised:

18 HOW TO READ THE SCHEDULE ARTS 8690 ARTS Design I ACC D123 MW 01:00AM 03:50AM 3 15 D.LaValley COURSE NO. - Each course is identified with letters and a number. This corresponds to the course description in the ACC Catalog. SYN - This four digit number identifies each individual class section. This number is crucial for class selection using the online/phone registration system. COURSE NAME BLDG./ROOM The building and room where the class is scheduled or Instructor s office. LOCATION KEY: ACC: Alvin Community College HY: Hybrid RTCC: ACC at Turner - Pearland UHM: U of H - Main WWW: Internet DAYS - Refers to the days of the week the class is held: M Monday T Tuesday W Wednesday Th Thursday F Friday S Saturday TBA: see notes Example: TTh means the class meets Tuesday and Thursday MEETING TIMES - AM - morning classes PM - afternoon classes Bold print (PM) - evening classes HOURS - Credit Courses are assigned semester credit hours which corresponds to the second digit of the Course Number. FEE - A course fee is charged (for specific classes) to defray the costs of materials, supplies, and equipment. This fee is in addition to your tuition and student fees. INSTRUCTOR - Name of instructor, if assigned, by time of printing of the schedule OR Faculty denotes instructor will be assigned the first day of class. NOTES: TBA means to be arranged. Specific notes relating to individual courses appear under the class listing. * Students must contact the instructor the first week of class. For corequisites and prerequisites, see ACC Catalog course descriptions. Evening lectures and labs are indicated with BOLD type. To access your Internet or Hybrid course, log in to MyBlackboard from the ACC homepage. Students must sign in during the first week of class. HYBRID - A Hybrid (HY) class combines online learning and face-to-face instruction. - An Internet (IN) class is conducted almost if not entirely online. 18

19 Night Credit Classes offered at Alvin Community College at Turner - Pearland Classes held at 4717 Bailey Road Pearland, Texas SYN COURSE NO. TITLE ROOM DAYS STAR TIME END TIME SCH $ FEE FACULTY COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 6603 BCIS-1305-TC60 Business Microcomputer Applica 2504 M 06:00PM 07:50PM 3 $15.00 G. Hinds LAB 2504 M 08:00PM 09:50PM 6613 COSC-1301-TC60 Microcomputer Applications 2504 M 06:00PM 07:50PM 3 $15.00 G. Hinds LAB 2504 M 08:00PM 09:50PM CHINESE 5334 CHIN-1412-TC60 Beginning Chinese II 2512 W 06:30PM 09:20PM 4 $15.00 F. Faculty EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY 5521 EMSP-1160-TC80 EMT - Basic Clinical 1641 S TBA TBA 1 $ M. Spears 5523 EMSP-1166-TC01 EMS Practicum - I 1641 TBA TBA TBA 1 $25.00 M. Spears 5525 EMSP-1261-TC80 Paramedic Clinical I 1641 S TBA TBA 2 $61.00 M. Spears 5528 EMSP-1338-TC60 Intro to Advanced Practice 1641 W 06:00PM 08:50PM 3 $25.00 P. Stemmer 5531 EMSP-1355-TC60 Trauma Management 1641 TH 06:00PM 08:50PM 3 $ K. Covington 5533 EMSP-1356-TC60 Patient Assess/Airway Mgmt 1641 T 05:00PM 06:50PM 3 $25.00 J. Tiemann 5537 EMSP-1501-TC60 EMT - Basic 1641 M 06:00PM 09:50PM 5 $60.00 S. Graham ENGLISH 5571 ENGL-1301-TC60 Composition I 1597 TH 06:30PM 09:20PM 3 F. Faculty 5616 ENGL-1302-TC60 Composition II 1599 TH 06:30PM 09:20PM 3 F. Faculty FRENCH 5627 FREN-1412-TC60 Beginning French II 2512 M 06:30PM 09:20PM 4 $15.00 F. Faculty GEOLOGY 6788 GEOL-1445-TC01 Oceanography 2512 M 08:55AM 11:45AM 4 $20.00 F. Faculty GOVERNMENT 5664 GOVT-2306-TC60 Texas State & Local Government 1599 W 06:30PM 09:20PM 3 K. McLane HISTORY 5675 HIST-1301-TC60 The United States to T 06:30PM 09:20PM 3 F. Faculty 5700 HIST-1302-TC60 The United States Since M 06:30PM 09:20PM 3 F. Faculty MANAGEMENT 5291 BMGT-1382-TC60 Coop Educ-Bus/Adm & Mgmt Gen I 1597 T 05:30PM 06:00PM 3 $25.00 S. Weatherford 6578 BMGT-2303-TC60H Problem Solving & Decision Mkg 1597 W 06:30PM 07:45PM 3 $45.00 S. Weatherford 5297 BMGT-2382-TC60 Coop Ed Bus/Adm & Mgmt Gen II 1597 T 05:30PM 06:00PM 3 $25.00 S. Weatherford 5299 BMGT-2383-TC60 Coop Ed-Bus/Adm & Mgmt Gen III 1597 T 05:30PM 06:00PM 3 $25.00 S. Weatherford MATH 5793 MATH-1314-TC60 College Algebra 1601 T 06:30PM 09:20PM 3 F. Faculty PSYCHOLOGY 6014 PSYC-1300-TC60 Learning Strategies 1600 M 06:30PM 09:20PM 3 F. Faculty 6030 PSYC-2301-TC60 General Psychology 1599 T 06:30PM 09:20PM 3 F. Faculty SPANISH 6148 SPAN-1412-TC60 Beginning Spanish II 2512 T 06:30PM 09:20PM 4 $15.00 F. Faculty SPEECH 6174 SPCH-1315-TC60 Public Speaking 1601 TH 06:30PM 09:20PM 3 E. Burnett 19

20 ACADEMIC FOUNDATIONS (Reading and Writing) 6628 ESOL Basic Eng-Spkrs of Other Lang ACC A226 MW 10:30AM 12:00PM 3 F. Faculty LAB A226 TBA TBA TBA 6629 ESOL Basic Eng-Spkrs of Other Lang ACC A226 TTH 05:00PM 06:30PM 3 F. Faculty LAB A226 TBA TBA TBA 6630 ESOL Interm Eng Spkrs of Other Lang ACC A226 TTH 10:30AM 12:00PM 3 F. Faculty LAB A226 TBA TBA TBA 6631 ESOL Interm Eng Spkrs of Other Lang ACC A218 MW 05:00PM 06:30PM 3 F. Faculty LAB A226 TBA TBA TBA 5895 NCCI Companion Course- Int l / Esol ACC A210A TTH 09:30AM 10:50AM 1 M. Birdwell Class begins NCCI Companion Course- Int l / Esol ACC A220A MW 06:30PM 07:50PM 1 M. Birdwell Class begins NCCN ESOL Self Paced Study ACC A226 TBA TBA TBA 1 F. Faculty Class begins MINI 1 January 20 - March 10, 2015 (8 weeks) 6205 DIRR-0309-M160 Dev Integrated Read & Writ I ACC A234 TTH 06:00PM 08:50PM 3 $15.00 F. Faculty LAB A204B TTH 05:00PM 05:50PM 6206 DIRR-0309-M1A Dev Integrated Read & Writ I ACC A234 MTWTH 09:30AM 10:50AM 3 $15.00 F. Faculty LAB A204B TBA TBA TBA 6207 DIRR-0309-M1B Dev Integrated Read & Writ I ACC A234 MTWTH 11:00AM 12:20PM 3 $15.00 F. Faculty LAB A204B TBA TBA TBA 6208 DIRR-0309-M1C Dev Integrated Read & Writ I ACC A234 MTWTH 01:00PM 02:20PM 3 $15.00 F. Faculty LAB A204B TBA TBA TBA 6209 DIRR-0310-M160 Dev Integrated Read & Writ II ACC A235 TTH 05:00PM 07:50PM 3 $15.00 F. Faculty LAB A204B TTH 08:00PM 08:50PM 6210 DIRR-0310-M1A Dev Integrated Read & Writ II ACC A235 MTWTH 09:30AM 10:50AM 3 $15.00 L. Vern LAB A204B TBA TBA TBA 6211 DIRR-0310-M1B Dev Integrated Read & Writ II ACC A235 MTWTH 11:00AM 12:20PM 3 $15.00 E. Hall LAB A204B TBA TBA TBA 6212 DIRR-0310-M1C Dev Integrated Read & Writ II ACC A235 MTWTH 01:00PM 02:20PM 3 $15.00 E. Hall LAB A204B TBA TBA TBA 6213 DIRW-0309-M160 Dev Integrated Read & Writ I ACC A234 TTH 06:00PM 08:50PM 3 $15.00 F. Faculty LAB A204B TTH 05:00PM 05:50PM 6214 DIRW-0309-M1A Dev Integrated Read & Writ I ACC A234 MTWTH 09:30AM 10:50AM 3 $15.00 F. Faculty LAB A204B TBA TBA TBA 6215 DIRW-0309-M1B Dev Integrated Read & Writ I ACC A234 MTWTH 11:00AM 12:20PM 3 $15.00 F. Faculty LAB A204B TBA TBA TBA 6216 DIRW-0309-M1C Dev Integrated Read & Writ I ACC A234 MTWTH 01:00PM 02:20PM 3 $15.00 F. Faculty LAB A204B TBA TBA TBA 6217 DIRW-0310-M160 Dev Integrated Read & Writ II ACC A235 TTH 05:00PM 07:50PM 3 $15.00 F. Faculty LAB A204B TTH 08:00PM 08:50PM 6218 DIRW-0310-M1A Dev Integrated Read & Writ II ACC A235 MTWTH 09:30AM 10:50AM 3 $15.00 L. Vern LAB A204B TBA TBA TBA 6219 DIRW-0310-M1B Dev Integrated Read & Writ II ACC A235 MTWTH 11:00AM 12:20PM 3 $15.00 E. Hall LAB A204B TBA TBA TBA 6220 DIRW-0310-M1C Dev Integrated Read & Writ II ACC A235 MTWTH 01:00PM 02:20PM 3 $15.00 E. Hall LAB A204B TBA TBA TBA 6270 NCBR-0200-M160 Non-Course-Based Reading ACC A218 TTH 06:00PM 07:20PM 2 M. Birdwell LAB A204B TBA TBA TBA 20

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