2015 SUMMER SCHEDULE. More students taking the ACT choose Wallace State Community College than any other community college in Alabama.

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1 2015 SUMMER SCHEDULE W A L L A C E S TAT E C O M M U N I T Y C O L L E G E 801 Main Street NW Hanceville, Alabama P R I O R IT Y R E G I STR ATI O N B E G I N S APRIL 20 REG ISTE R TODAY! SUMMER CLASSES BEGIN MAY 21 For information call or A W A L L A C E S TAT E O F M I N D Off campus instructional sites: Wallace State Center Hayden High School Hayden, AL Wallace State Center J.B. Pennington High School Blountsville, AL Wallace State Center Addison High School Addison, AL Wallace State Center Brewer High School Somerville, AL More students taking the ACT choose Wallace State Community College than any other community college in Alabama. BE ONE OF US. The Wallace State Community College campus is located in the heart of North Alabama, eight miles south of Cullman, on U.S. Highway 31 within the city limits of Hanceville. Students who commute find it convenient because of its strategic location 60 miles south of Huntsville, 40 miles south of Decatur, and 45 miles north of Birmingham, off U.S. Interstate 65. Register Now REGISTER NOW TWITTER FACEBOOK GET IN A WALLACE STATE OF MIND. For information about off campus centers, call or BE ONE OF US. Download the Kaywa QR Code Reader (App Store &Android Market) and scan your code!

2 Summer 2015 Important Dates April Priority Online Registration Begins... April 20 *Priority Registration Schedule: Registration opens each day at 8:00 a.m. 45+ Earned WSCC Hours Registration Begins, Monday, April Earned WSCC Hours Registration Begins, Wednesday, April Earned WSCC Hours Registration Begins, Friday, April 24 All Other Students Registration Begins, Monday, April 27 Summer LIONS Pride Orientation... 1:00 p.m...tuesday, April 28 May Faculty Duty s...wednesday Tuesday, May 6-12 Spring Grades Due...Wednesday, May 6 Graduation...Friday, May 8 Registration (Regular, Mini Term I)...Wednesday, May 20 Tuition and Fees Due... Cashier s Office...Wednesday, May 20 Selected ORI 101 and 103 Classes Meet... Thursday Friday, May Late Registration Drop/Add (Regular, Mini Term I)...Thursday Tuesday, May Memorial... WSCC Closed...Monday, May 25 All Other Class Begin (Regular, Mini Term I)...Tuesday, May 26 Late Registration Drop/Add Ends (Regular, Mini Term I)...Tuesday, May 26 Tuition and Fees due by 6:00 p.m... Cashier s Office...Tuesday, May 26 June Last day to withdraw from Mini Term I...Friday, June 19 End of Mini Term I...Thursday, June 25 Mini II Registration...Friday, June 26 Mini II Begins...Monday, June 29 Late Registration Drop/Add End Mini Term II...Monday, June 29 July Summer Graduation Applications Due...Wednesday, July 1 Holiday (Independence )... WSCC Closed...Friday, July 3 Last Date to Withdraw from Regular and Mini Term II...Wednesday, July 15 Final Exams......Monday Friday, July August Faculty Duty s... Monday Wednesday, August 3-5 Summer Grades Due......Monday, August 3 Reminder (tentative) Dates for Fall 2015 Priority Registration Begins for Fall...Monday, June 22 Registration (Projected)... Wednesday, August 12 Fall Selected ORI Classes Begin (Projected)... Thursday Friday, August Business Hours LION CENTRAL Monday Wednesday...7:30 a.m. 6:00 p.m. Thursday...7:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Friday...7:30 a.m. 2:00 p.m. CASHIER Monday Wednesday...7:30 a.m. 6:00 p.m. Thursday...7:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Friday...7:30 a.m. 2:00 p.m. BOOKSTORE Monday Wednesday...7:30 a.m. 6:00 p.m. Thursday...7:30 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Friday...7:30 a.m. 2:00 p.m. RECRUITING Wallace State DISCOVERY DAYS (Campus Tours) Tuesdays and Thursdays...9:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. (by appointment, ) TUTORING LAB (8th Floor JBC) Monday... 8:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. Tuesday Wednesday...8:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. LIBRARY Monday Thursday...7:30 a.m. 8:30 p.m. Friday...7:30 a.m. 2:00 p.m. SPECIAL HOURS FOR HOLIDAY WEEKS OF MAY 25th AND JUNE 29th Lion Central, Cashier Monday, May Memorial... Closed Tuesday Friday, May :30 a.m. 4:00 p.m. Lion Central, Cashier, Bookstore Monday, June 29 Thursday, July 2...7:30 a.m. 4:00 p.m. Friday, July 3... Independence... Closed Library Monday, May Memorial... Closed Tuesday Thursday, May :30 a.m. 8:30 p.m. Friday, May :30 a.m. 4:00 p.m. Monday, June 29 Thursday, July 2...7:30 a.m. 8:30 p.m. Friday, July 3... Independence... Closed

3 A Message from the President Welcome to summer semester at Wallace State! Whether you are getting an early start on college before fall semester, forging ahead from spring semester to finish your degree at an accelerated pace, or taking transient classes while home for the summer, Wallace State offers hundreds of courses to students and lifelong learners during the summer session. From mid-may to early August, students may enroll in courses across disciplines in a variety of formats--online, on campus during the day and in the evening, and during two 5-week Mini-terms. Along with courses for college credit, Wallace State also sponsors many summer programs and activities including professional training and licensing for high-demand fields like truck driving and phlebotomy, continuing education workshops ranging from genealogy to home decorating, summer youth classes, art exhibitions, ACT preparatory classes, and trips sponsored by our Alumni Association. Take time this summer to formulate your degree plan and chart a path to reaching your career goals. Our faculty and staff are available to help you every step of the way. Students are encouraged to visit Lion Central early. This One Stop Center for enrollment, advising and financial aid services is located on the ground floor of the Bailey Center. Schedule a meeting with a success coach, and take advantage of the smaller classes and the relaxed, engaging atmosphere summer inspires. Online tutorials for completing the FAFSA and a Financial Aid TV service provide additional answers for students seeking information on Pell grants and student loans. Join the college rated the first choice among all Alabama community colleges by students taking the ACT, and with national rankings by the Aspen Institute and Community College Week, and recognition among a prestigious group of Achieving the Dream colleges. Be one of us this summer, and get inspired by the Wallace State of Mind! Vicki P. Karolewics President Table of Contents Summer 2015 Important Dates Inside Front Cover Business Hours Inside Front Cover Important Phone Numbers PG 1 Bookstore Information PG 2 ADA Accommodations PG 2 Admission Policy/Procedures PG 3 Registration Process PG 3 Financial Aid Information PG 4 Tuition and Fees PG 5 mywallacestate and Online Registration PG 6 Online Education PG 7 Testing Schedule PG 8 Adult Education/GED Schedule PG 9 Off-Campus Classes PG 10 Main Campus Classes PG 11 Mini Term I PG 24 Mini Term II PG 25 Continuing Education PG 26 Workforce Training PG 27 Short-term Health Programs PG 27 Summer Youth Classes PG 28 Alumni Association Activities PG 29 Non-Credit Online Courses PG 30 Free Tutoring for WSCC Students PG 30 Athens State University PG 31 Building Codes PG 32 Campus Map Inside Back Cover Important Phone Numbers Toll Free WSCC Complete directory at ACTION Advising Center Assessment/Testing Center Bookstore Cashier Financial Aid Library *Lion Central One-Stop Enrollment Center Operator Student Activities/Campus Visits Vice-President *Lion Central, Wallace State s One Stop Center for enrollment services is located in the James C. Bailey Center Lobby. Summer Semester 2015 Schedule of Classes Page 1

4 Education Anytime, Anywhere Wallace State offers a wide array of online and hybrid classes to fit your schedule and your needs. Several complete programs of study are also available in a fully online or online/hybrid format including Computer Science (Programming, Software Support/Help Desk, Internet/Networking Technology), Health Information Technology (Health Information Technician, Medical Transcription, Medical Coding), Gerontology, Pharmacy Technology, and Associate in Arts/Science. Contact an advisor in Lion Central at to learn more about online education. Disclaimer - Information contained in this schedule is offered for planning purposes only and is subject to change. For the latest information, visit ACCREDITATION: Wallace State is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, and Associate in Applied Science degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, GA or call for questions about the accreditation of Wallace State. Many programs have additional accreditation from organizations appropriate to the particular disciplines. Routine inquiries about Wallace State, such as admission requirements, financial aid, educational programs, etc., should be addressed directly to Wallace State. ADA Accommodations - All students receiving services through the ADA Office need to make an appointment or stop by to discuss the classes and accommodations needed for Summer Semester. All students wanting to utilize their accommodation for priority registration must make the appointment and have documentation on file before April 15 at 2:00 p.m.. The WSCC ADA Office publishes a handbook outlining the policies and procedures required for acquiring academic accommodations. It is the student s responsibility to make sure that each step is completed. For further information, contact Ms. Lisa Smith, Director of Special Populations, on the 8th floor of the JBC or call A copy of the student handbook can be found on the web at current-students/ada-accommodations.html Non-Discrimination Policy - It is the policy of Wallace State Community College, a postsecondary institution under the control of the Alabama State Board of Education, that no person shall, on the grounds of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, disability, age, or sexual orientation be excluded from participation in, be denied benefit of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program, activity or employment. The College will not retaliate against any person because they have engaged in a protected activity opposing the College or because they have made a complaint, testified, assisted, or participated in any manner in an investigation, proceeding or hearing alleging discrimination on a basis specified above. Transitional Learning Division - The Transitional Learning Division s primary responsibility is to make the transition from high school to college as easy as possible for students. Transitional Learning classes are designed to assist students in developing academic competencies necessary for success in college. Orientation 103, Reading 083, English 092 and 093, and Math 090 are found within this division. For more information, contact Cindy Mallard, Director of Transitional Learning, at or Bookstore Information To view a current listing of textbooks and pricing information, please visit Refund Policy A student who has purchased returnable books from the college bookstore and returns the books in new condition by the end of the third week of the semester will be refunded the full purchase price assuming that the following conditions are met: Everyone must have a receipt. Everyone must have a valid picture ID. Books must be in new/unused condition. If book was sold in shrink wrap it must be returned in shrink wrap. Refunds will not be given for supplies or reference books and materials. If purchase was made with a check, you must wait 10 business days before requesting a refund. A student who has purchased returnable books from the college bookstore and returns the books in used condition by the end of the third week of the semester will be refunded 50% of the full purchase price. A book is determined to be in a used condition if the shrink wrap has been removed, or has marks, erasures, or highlights. All books regardless of condition must include any cd or access code that was included with the book. Summer Semester 2015 Schedule of Classes Page 2

5 Admission Policy Wallace State Community College is an open admissions institution. All students who have earned a high school diploma or GED are eligible for admission. In addition to an application for admission, students are required to supply the College with an official copy of their high school transcript or official copy of their GED scores. Students transferring from another college must submit an admissions application and an official copy of their transcript(s) from each college they have attended. Transient students must submit a transient letter from their home institution stating the courses they will be allowed to take in addition to an application for admission. Graduates from a non-accredited high school with a diploma demonstrating successful completion of a course of study on the secondary level based upon the Carnegie units required by the state education agency at the time of the award (currently 24) and minimum ACT score of 16 or the equivalent SAT score of 790 are eligible for admission. If the above requirements are not met, the student must take a GED test. Special requirements may apply to International Students seeking admission. Students must submit official transcripts, an I-20 Form, TOEFL scores, declaration of responsibility statement, proof of insurance, and all appropriate admissions forms. Further information is available by contacting Lion Central, Wallace State s One Stop Enrollment Center, or viewing the WSCC Catalog online. Accelerated high school students who have completed the tenth grade, have a cumulative B average, and are recommended by the local principal may enroll at Wallace State only in postsecondary courses for which high school prerequisites have been completed. Exceptions may apply for students documented as gifted and talented according to the standards included in the State Plan for Exceptional Children and Youth. The Dual Enrollment/Dual Credit High School program allows eligible high school students to enroll in college classes concurrently with high school classes, either on the college campus or at the high school, and receive both high school and college credit. The student must be in grade 10, 11 or 12, have a B average; and obtain written approval of the Principal and Superintendent. 1 ADMISSIONS: Apply online at Remember to send your transcripts, provide identification and complete residency form FINANCIAL AID: Information about financial aid, including scholarships, grants, loans, work-study, WIA, TRA and veterans benefits, may be obtained by visiting www. wallacestate.edu and clicking on the Financial Aid Tab. ORIENTATION: All students are strongly encouraged to attend a LIONS Pride Information Session. Incoming freshmen are required to register for an orientation course (unless exempt). Contact the Advising Center at for more information. The WSCC Office of Enrollment Management is available to provide college information and schedule campus tours. Call for more information. TESTING: All students must complete COMPASS Placement Tests in English, reading, and mathematics prior to registering for classes. Testing is waived for those who present recent ACT scores (or SAT equivalent) of 20 on the English and math portions. Contact the Testing Center at for more information. ACADEMIC ADVISING: Advisors are available to assist students in choosing a course of study, developing a degree plan, and registering for classes. Visit the Advising Center in Lion Central ( ) to see an advisor or contact your assigned faculty advisor. REGISTRATION: Students can register online at mywallacestate, accessible from the Wallace State home page, www. wallacestate.edu. For registration dates and times, consult the academic calendar or visit Non-Credit students who enroll exclusively in non-credit courses may be granted admission without a minimum score on the ACT or SAT, a GED Certificate, or transcripts from a high school or college. Getting Started at Wallace State 7 8 FEE PAYMENT: Registration is not complete until all tuition and fees are paid. Fees may be paid online, by mail, or in person at the WSCC Cashier s Office. Please consult the course schedule for a list of tuition and fees and important deadlines. For payment information, call Discover, American Express, Visa and Mastercard are accepted. CHECK BALANCE: Students can view their balance via their MyWallaceState account. To access your balance please follow these steps: 1. Log onto your MyWallaceState account 2. Click on the Student tab 3. Click on My Tuition and Fees 4. Click on Check Current Balance Here 5. Select the Term and Submit 6. Scroll to the bottom line of the balance to view your final balance. You can select Pay Now if you would like to complete your payment using a Debit or Credit Card. Having Problems with Blackboard? Students may call for Blackboard assistance during business hours or visit learn.wallacestate.edu and click on Blackboard Student Help for online assistance. Summer Semester 2015 Schedule of Classes Page 3

6 Financial Aid Students receiving financial aid should read the following information carefully: Dropping a course prior to June 5, 2015, will result in a recalculation of a student s federal financial aid which includes Pell Grants, Direct Loans, and SEOG Funds. This recalculation could affect the amount of the financial aid award and may result in a balance owed to the college. Dropping all classes prior to July 6, 2015, will result in a recalculation of federal financial aid which includes Pell Grants, Direct Loans, and SEOG Funds. This recalculation will be based on the number of days the student attended the class prior to dropping all classes. A student will likely owe a portion of financial aid back to Wallace State and/or the US Department of Education if all classes are dropped prior to July 6th or if the student quits attending classes prior to July 6, APPLY EARLY Students applying for financial aid should apply at least two (2) months before the next semester begins. Applying early will help ensure a timely response to federal guidelines and will allow for any unforeseen problems/situations that might occur. Applying early will also help the student avoid potential long lines or waits. BOOKSTORE CHARGES If Pell Awards exceed the amount of tuition and fees owed, students may charge books and supplies on their Pell accounts at the WSCC Bookstore. These accounts will be open for charges May 15. DISTANCE EDUCATION students are responsible for logging in and meeting orientation requirements for all Blackboard, Internet, and video classes. Pell funds will not be distributed until attendance is verified. BALANCE CHECKS and ATTENDANCE VERIFICATION Per federal guidelines, attendance must be verified before balance checks can be mailed. Students who have not been electronically verified as attending their classes by their instructors will not be able to see their Financial Aid funds on their MyWallaceState account for that class that has not been confirmed as attending. As more classes are verified, more funds will be added to the student account balance that can be seen on MyWallaceState student account. Students must attend ALL CLASSES before Pell and loan funds will be mailed. Students balance checks will not be processed until all holds are cleared. PLEASE NOTE: Students in DISTANCE EDUCATION courses are responsible for logging in and meeting orientation requirements for all on-line and video classes. Pell and loan funds will not be mailed until attendance is verified. Pell Grant and Loan balance checks, with no holds, will be mailed, Thursday, June 4, If you are registered in classes that begin later than May 29 your balance check will be mailed at a later date. You must attend classes prior to any funds being mailed for a particular class. Withdrawal from all classes after receiving balance checks will result in Pell overpayment and future Pell payments for WSCC or any other college will cease until the overpayment is repaid. Classes with No Attendance Verification: Students utilizing federal financial aid who do not show attendance for 1 or more classes may have registration removed from the classes lacking attendance verification. Students will need instructor permission to re enroll in classes that were removed for no attendance verification. Students can check their attendance verification on their My- WallaceState account under the Student tab INSTITUTIONAL SCHOLARSHIP recipients must complete a FAFSA prior to enrollment being completed. Scholarships cannot be added to the student account until the FAFSA is received. REMEMBER Students must re-file for Pell Grants for every academic year (Fall Summer). The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is available online at Students applying for (fall 2014, spring 2015, summer 2015) Pell Grants must complete the forms with 2013 tax data. It is the student s responsibility to provide any additional information requested by the Financial Aid Office. The Grant cannot be awarded until the student s file is complete. **Priority Deadline for Fall 2015 is June 2, Completed Financial Aid paperwork must be submitted to the Financial Aid Office and Admission requirements (ID, residency, transcripts, etc.) by the deadline of June 2 in order for funds to be available for fall semester 2015 Visit Students should review their MyWallaceState account for individual requirements. PARKING PERMITS Parking Permits are available free of charge from LionCentral, the Wallace State One Stop Center, located on the first floor of the Bailey Center. All students are required to obtain a parking permit if driving on campus. LION CARD/STUDENT ID All students are required to have this form of identification while on campus or at clinical sites. IDs are available at LionCentral. Use your LION LOOT at the WSCC Bookstore, Culinary Arts, Vending, and the Library. Call for more information. Summer Semester 2015 Schedule of Classes Page 4

7 Credit Hours Tution $113/Hr Bond Surety Fee Building Fee Facility Renewal Fee Tech. Fee Total Tuition & Fees , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Additional Fees: See college catalog for program specific fees. Students who are NOT residents of Alabama pay two times the stated rate of tuition. Fees are the same. ALL TUITION & FEES ARE DUE AT REGISTRATION. REMINDER: All tuition and fees should be paid in the Cashier s Office according to the following schedule. You must drop all classes prior to the first day of class in order to avoid incurring charges. Registration Period Payment Due April 20 May 20...May 20, 2015 May 21 May 26...Daily Deferment Plan: Deferment tuition and fee plans are available for current semester charges for an additional $40 fee. Students must pay 50% of tuition and fees plus the $40 deferment fee by the payment deadline in order not to be purged from their classes. The remaining 50% is due by the midpoint of the semester (summer semester June 29). Please visit the Cashier s Office on the mezzanine of the James C. Bailey Center to enroll in the deferment plan. Tuition & Fees Tuition Refund Policy Refund for a complete withdrawal: A student who officially or unofficially withdraws from all classes before the first day of class will be refunded the total tuition and other institutional charges. A student who officially or unofficially withdraws completely on or after the first day of class but prior to the end of the third week of class will be refunded according to the following prorated refund schedule: Regular Term (May 20-July 31) Through May % May 26-June 1 75% June 2-June 8 50% June 9-June 15 25% After June 15 no refund Mini Term I - 5 weeks (May 26-June 25) Through May % May 26-May 27 75% May 28-May 29 50% May 30-May 31 25% After May 31 no refund Mini Term II - 5 weeks (June 29-July 31) Through June % June 29-June 30 75% July 1-July 2 50% July 3-July 4 25% After July 4 no refund Administrative Fee: An administrative fee not to exceed 5% of tuition and other institutional charges or $100, whichever is smaller, shall be assessed for each withdrawal within the period beginning the first day of class and ending at the end of the third week of class. NOTE: The first $80 for full-time and first $59 for part-time students is non-refundable unless the class is cancelled by the college. Insurance fees are nonrefundable. Tuition refunds are computed according to the date the student notifies the college Admission s Office of their official withdrawal, not his/her last date of class attendance. Refund for partial withdrawal: Students who do not completely withdraw from the college but drop a class during the regular drop/add period will be refunded the difference in tuition paid and the tuition rate applicable to the reduced number of hours, including fees appropriate to the classes dropped. There will be no refund to a student who partially withdraws after the official drop/add period has ended. Wallace State does not give cash refunds: Students must complete a Drop/Add Form for the Admissions Office (available through Lion Central in the Bailey Center lobby). Under normal circumstances, refund checks are issued weekly and mailed to the student. If payment was made by check, the student must wait 15 days for the check to clear before a refund is issued. Refer to the current academic calendar for drop/add and withdrawal deadlines. ON CAMPUS HOUSING Payment for dorm rent is due before move-in for new students; returning students should follow tuition fee schedule above. Summer Semester 2015 Schedule of Classes Page 5

8 mywallacestate mywallacestate Student Resources at Your Fingertips Check . Student accounts are available to all students at no charge. Register for and Drop/Add Classes. Students can register online or drop a class via their MyWallaceState account under the student tab. Pay Tuition and Fees. Registration is not complete until tuition and fees are paid in full. Mastercard, Discover, American Express and Visa are accepted. Check Grades. Students may access their grades at the conclusion of each semester. View Documents. Students may access their unofficial transcripts and degree plans. Blackboard Log In. Your mywallacestate ID is required to log in. Check Financial Aid Status. Access your financial aid account. Manage Lion Card. Manage your Lion Card funds online. Manage Lion Alert. Lion Alert is WSCC s emergency notification system. Register Online 1. GETTING STARTED: If you are a newly admitted or returning student you may have received a student number in the mail. You may also use your social security number as a temporary student ID and six-digit birthdate as a temporary PIN. You must not be on academic probation or have any outstanding fees or holds to register. 2. GO ONLINE: Visit and click on the mywallacestate link to access your student information. Click on Student Records (Secure Area) to log in. 3. LOGIN SCREEN: Enter your student number (this is your social security number without the dashes) or your WSCC assigned student number. Enter your PIN number (the default PIN is your six-digit birthdate). You will be prompted to change your PIN for privacy and security. 4. SELECT THE STUDENT TAB, THEN CLICK ON REGISTRATION: Select the term for which you would like to register, then select Register/Add/Drop Classes. Here you may enter the course numbers from the published class schedule, or select Class Search to search online for classes meeting your desired criteria. Select the class subject (add time/day constraints under the Advanced Search option). You will be shown a list of courses meeting your selected criteria. Select the classes you want to take by clicking in the corresponding box under the Select column. Click Register to the add the course. To Drop a course, go to the Add or Drop Classes section and select the drop-down menu under Action for the course you want to drop, and then select Drop. (Please be aware of drop/add deadlines and refund dates as outlined on the inside front cover and p. 7 of this schedule). Continue until your course schedule is complete. To view your schedule, go back to the Registration menu and select My Class Schedule. 5. COMPLETE REGISTRATION: Once your schedule is complete, return to the Student tab, click on My Tuition and Fees, and then Check Current Balance Here. There you will see a screen that displays tuition charges for the schedule you have chosen. Available financial aid coverage may also be viewed. To complete the entire registration process, you must pay the amount due by the dates published by WSCC. 6. PAYMENT: When you access My Tuition and Fees and then Check Current Balance Here, you will be provided options to pay your balance by electronic check,or by credit card with Discover, American Express, Visa or Mastercard. You may also pay in person during regular business hours at the WSCC Cashier s Office by check, cash or credit card. Please print a copy of your bill to take to the Cashier s office. 7. REMEMBER: To ensure complete registration, full payment must be received by the posted payment deadlines. If you do not settle your account by the date posted in the current semester schedule, your schedule should be deleted. Please check your schedule for accuracy. Summer Semester 2015 Schedule of Classes Page 6

9 Earn a degree ONLINE Wallace State Community College offers both Associate in Science and Associate in Arts degrees that can be completed 100% online Associate in Science Degree (Other online classes may be substituted - visit or check with an advisor.) Year One Semester 1 Semester 2 ORI 101I - 1 hr ENG 102I - 3 hrs ENG 101I - 3 hrs PHL206I - 3 hrs MTH 100I - 3 hrs HIS 201I - 3 hrs GLY 101I - 4 hrs MTH 112I - 3 hrs PSY 200I - 3 hrs GLY 102I - 4 hrs TOTAL 14 hrs Total 16 hours Year Two Semester 3 Semester 4 CIS 146I - 3 hrs ENG 252I - 3 hrs MUS 101I - 3 hrs SOC 200I - 3 hrs CHM 104I - 4 hrs CHM 105I - 4 hrs ENG 251I - 3 hrs AST 220I - 4 hrs HIS 202I - 3 hrs TOTAL 16 hours TOTAL 14 hours Total Hours for Associate in Science Degree: 60 Associate in Arts Degree (Other online classes may be substituted - visit or check with an advisor.) Year One Semester 1 Semester 2 ORI 101I - 1 hr ENG 102I - 3 hrs ENG 101I - 3 hrs PHL106I - 3 hrs CIS 146I - 3 hrs HIS 201I - 3 hrs HUM 101I - 3 hrs MTH 112I - 3 hrs PSY 200I - 3 hrs ART 100I - 3 hrs TOTAL 13 hours Total 15 hours Year Two Semester 3 Semester 4 ENG 251I - 3 hrs ENG 252I - 3 hrs PHL 206I - 3 hrs GLY 102I - 4 hrs GLY 101I - 4 hrs ENG 246I - 3 hrs MUS 101I - 3 hrs SOC 200I - 3 hrs HIS 202I - 3 hrs THR 120I - 3 hrs TOTAL 16 hours TOTAL 16 hours Total Hours for Associate in Arts Degree: 60 Summer Semester 2015 Schedule of Classes Page 7

10 Summer 2015 Testing Schedule Fees are payable at the Cashier s Office, located on the Mezzanine Level of JBC Test Dates Location Purpose For Information To Register COMPASS Placement Assessment Monday - Thursday 8 a.m. 1:30 p.m. Friday, 8 a.m. 11:00 a.m., by appointment only Late testing 2nd Tuesday of each month by 4 p.m. appointment only. JBC 8th Floor To determine placement into math and English classes (if not exempt) To assess math and English skill levels or reading levels for health program applications. Call Initial test fee: none Retest: $10 (Only one retest is permitted in three year period) No appointment needed Monday Thursday, 8 a.m. 1:30 p.m. Bring identification, calculator for math, and receipt (if retest) on test date. Students should have application on file prior to testing. CLEP Testing By appointment during COMPASS testing hours JBC 8th Floor To provide an opportunity to obtain college level credit for acquired knowledge Call Fee: $105 per test Call Bring identification and receipt on test date. HESI Biology Placement Exam By appointment during COMPASS testing hours JBC 8th Floor To determine readiness for Biology 201 Call Fee: $37.50 By appointment call Bring identification, calculator and receipt on test date. WORKKEYS for WSCC students Registration is required JBC 408 Graduation requirement in certain programs: recommended that students take the assessments in one of their last two semesters of study and after completing math and English courses Call Fee: $30 (pay in Cashier s Office) By Appointment Call Jamie Blackmon or Bring photo identification on test date. See Programs/Workforce-Development/ workkeys GED Testing Register at ged.com JBC 408 To provide an opportunity for adults who have not graduated from high school to earn a high school level educational diploma Call Fee: $120 Retest: $30 per subject Register, schedule and pay at ged.com. Residual ACT Testing Friday, May 22 Friday, July 24 Testing begin at 8:30 a.m. Computer Science Auditorium To provide student with necessary program/college entrance requirements and to help determine placement in math and English Call Fee: $40 Registration is complete when payment is made to cashier. Bring ID and receipt on test date. ACT approved calculators are permitted; for a list see Summer Semester 2015 Schedule of Classes Page 8

11 Adult Education is a non-profit program that assists individuals who have discontinued public education enrollment or who do not have a high school diploma, as well as those who need basic skills development for employment purposes. For more information, contact the Wallace State Adult Education Department at , or Summer Semester 2015 Schedule of Classes Page 9 Free GED Classes Blount County Hayden... Orientation* (Alternating)...TH... 8 a.m p.m. (Crossroads Baptist Church) GED Prep/GED...W... 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. GED/Advanced GED M... 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. M, T... 3:30 p.m. -7:30 p.m. Hope House (Oneonta)... Orientation* (Alternating)...TH... 8 a.m p.m. GED Prep/GED...M... 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. GED/Advanced GED...T, W... 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. Cullman County Cullman DHR... Orientation*...M... 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. GED/Advanced GED...M, T... 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Cullman Housing Authority... GED Prep...M, W... 4 p.m. - 8 p.m. The Link Center... GED...M, T, TH... 5:15 p.m. -8:15 p.m. Parkside School... GED...M, TH... 5:30 p.m. - 8:30 p.m. Vinemont School... GED/Advanced GED...T, W... 4:30 p.m. - 8 p.m. Wallace State College... Orientation* CALL GED (Career Center 102)...M, T... 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. GED/Advanced GED (Career Center 102)...M, T... 4 p.m. - 8 p.m. Advanced GED (Career Center 102)...W, TH... 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Math (Career Center Room 2)...M... 7:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. T... 7:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. W... 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 a.m. College Prep/GED Online (JBC 409)...T, W... 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. Morgan County Brewer High School... Orientation*...TH... 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. GED Prep/GED...TH... 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. TH... 4 p.m. - 8 p.m. Eva Town Hall... GED Prep/GED...M... 8:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. M... 4 p.m. - 8 p.m. Winston County Double Springs... All GED...TBD... TBD *ORIENTATION Due to limited space availability, please schedule an appointment to attend orientation sessions. Call or x8078 to make an appointment for online orientation. ONLINE GED PREP Register for online GED preparation at the WSCC Adult Education Office. Call or x8078 to make an appointment for online GED Prep Orientation. GED EXAM FEE VOUCHERS The GED classes are divided into progression levels toward the GED Exam and the orientation will start that process for each student individually. As the student progresses, up to $100 in vouchers may be earned to apply toward the cost of the GED Exam, bringing the final cost to $20 if all vouchers are obtained. SCHOLARSHIP Wallace State Adult Education students who successfully complete the GED receive a scholarship for a free college-credit class. If you would like to sponsor at GED class in your place of business or building, please call to find out more. Visit

12 CRN COURSE COURSE NAME CR TIME DAYS LOCATION INSTRUCTOR Addison High School Off Campus Classes English 3639 ENG252 American Literature II 3 06:00pm-09:45pm W ADD TBA Smothers, Sherry M. Albert P. Brewer High School English 3362 ENG101 English Composition I 3 06:00pm-09:45pm T BRW 131 Gurley, Dianna E ENG551 American Literature I 3 06:00pm-09:45pm M BRW 131 Gurley, Dianna E. Mathematics 3363 MTH098 Elementary Algebra 3 06:00pm-09:45pm T BRW 124 Clark, Christy C. Speech 3364 SPH106 Fundamentals of Oral Communication 3 06:00pm-09:45pm T BRW 129 Skelley, Victoria Hybrid class. Cullman Airport Flight Technology (Commercial) 3275 FLT112 Professional Pilot Airplane Lab I 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Mackentepe, Lambert C FLT122 Professional Pilot Airplane Lab 2 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Mackentepe, Lambert C FLT124 Professional Pilot Airplane Lab 3 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Mackentepe, Lambert C FLT126 Professional Pilot Airplane Lab 4 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Mackentepe, Lambert C FLT132 Professional Pilot Airplane Lab 5 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Mackentepe, Lambert C FLT134 Professional Pilot Airplane Lab 6 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Mackentepe, Lambert C FLT136 Professional Pilot Airplane Lab 7 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Mackentepe, Lambert C FLT138 Professional Pilot Airplane Lab 8 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Mackentepe, Lambert C FLT200 Professional Pilot Helicopter Lab 1 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Stokes, Teddie V FLT210 Professional Pilot Helicopter Lab 2 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Stokes, Teddie V FLT211 Professional Pilot Helicopter Lab 3 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Stokes, Teddie V FLT212 Professional Pilot Helicopter Lab 4 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Stokes, Teddie V FLT213 Professional Pilot Helicopter Lab 5 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Stokes, Teddie V FLT214 Professional Pilot Helicopter Lab 6 3 TBA TBA APT 000 White, David M FLT215 Professional Pilot Helicopter Lab 7 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Turley, Gregory D FLT216 Professional Pilot Helicopter Lab 8 3 TBA TBA APT 000 White, David M FLT217 Professional Pilot Helicopter Lab 9 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Stokes, Teddie V FLT218 Professional Pilot Helicopter Lab 10 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Stokes, Teddie V FLT219 Professional Pilot Helicopter Lab 11 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Stokes, Teddie V FLT220 Professional Pilot Helicopter Lab 12 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Stokes, Teddie V FLT221 Professional Pilot Helicopter Lab 13 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Stokes, Teddie V FLT222 Professional Pilot Helicopter Lab 14 3 TBA TBA APT 000 White, David M FLT232 Helicopter Instrument Lab 15 3 TBA TBA APT 000 White, David M FLT234 Helicopter Instrument Lab 16 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Stokes, Teddie V FLT236 Helicopter Instrument Lab 17 3 TBA TBA APT 000 White, David M FLT240 Professional Pilot Airplane Lab 9 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Mackentepe, Lambert C FLT242 Professional Pilot Airplane Lab 10 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Mackentepe, Lambert C FLT244 Instrument Flight Instructor Ground 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Davis, Judson E FLT252 Professional Pilot Airplane Lab 11 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Robertson, David 3286 FLT254 Professional Pilot Airplane Lab 12 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Glenn, Robert H FLT256 Professional Pilot Airplane Lab 13 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Glenn, Robert H FLT258 Professional Pilot Airplane Lab 14 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Robertson, David 3290 FLT261 Fundamentals of Instruction Ground 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Staff 3291 FLT262 Instructor Methods of Oral Presentation 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Staff 3292 FLT264 Flight Instructor Ground 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Stokes, Teddie V FLT271 Conventional Gear Laboratory 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Mackentepe, Lambert C FLT272 Multi-Engine Certification 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Mackentepe, Lambert C FLT281 Flight Instructor Initial Issuance 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Stokes, Teddie V FLT282 Flight Instructor, Additional Rating 3 TBA TBA APT 000 Stokes, Teddie V. Summer Semester 2015 Schedule of Classes Page 10

13 CRN COURSE COURSE NAME CR TIME DAYS LOCATION INSTRUCTOR Hayden High School History 3365 HIS201 United States History I 3 06:00pm-09:45pm W HAY C-HOW Staff Hybrid class. Psychology 3366 PSY200 General Psychology 3 06:00pm-09:45pm M HAY C-120 Hughes, John P PSY210 Human Growth & Development 3 06:00pm-09:45pm W HAY C-120 Hughes, John P. Speech 3368 SPH107 Fundamentals of Public Speaking 3 06:00pm-09:45pm M HAY LIB Staff J.B. Pennington High Computer Science 3490 CIS146 Microcomputer Applications 3 06:00pm-09:45pm T JBP 000 Fincher, Judy C. Hybrid class. History 3488 HIS202 United States History II 3 06:00pm-09:45pm Th JBP 106 Staff Mathematics 3369 MTH098 Elementary Algebra 3 06:00pm-09:45pm M JBP 209 Mullins, Kenneth L MTH113 Precalculus Trigonometry 3 06:00pm-09:45pm Th JBP 209 Mullins, Kenneth L. Psychology 3493 PSY200 General Psychology 3 06:00pm-09:45pm T JBP 109 Fincher, Anna G. Speech 3371 SPH107 Fundamentals of Public Speaking 3 06:00pm-09:45pm T JBP 106 White, Alecia Main Campus Agricultural Production/Horticulture 3462 AGP176 Agricultural Drainage 3 08:00am-12:30pm M AGP 000 Hilliard, Anthony 3463 AGP218 Agricultural Salesmanship 3 08:00am-01:30pm W AGP 000 Hilliard, Anthony 3464 HOC125 Turf Management 3 08:00am-12:30pm Th AGP 000 Hilliard, Anthony 3465 HOC140 Pest Management 3 08:00am-12:30pm F AGP 000 Hilliard, Anthony 3125 HOC230 Vegetable & Orchard Crops 3 08:00am-01:30pm T AGP 000 Hilliard, Anthony Art 3533 ART113 Drawing I 3 10:00am-11:55am MW FPA 226 Scott, Adrian P ART114 Drawing II 3 10:00am-11:55am MW FPA 226 Scott, Adrian P ART221 Computer Graphics I 3 10:00am-11:55am TTh FPA 216 Scott, Adrian P ART233 Painting I 3 12:00pm-01:55pm MW FPA 226 Scott, Adrian P ART234 Painting II 3 12:00pm-01:55pm MW FPA 226 Scott, Adrian P ART100I Art Appreciation 3 TBA TBA TBA Daniel, Ramon A. Online class; for class information contact 3156 ART100I Art Appreciation 3 TBA TBA TBA Daniel, Ramon A. Online class; for class information contact Automotive Manufacturing Technology 3541 AUT100 Introduction to Auto Concepts 3 01:40pm-03:40pm MW ILT 102 Bowen, Stephen Hybrid class; for class information contact 3542 AUT102 Manufacturing Fundamentals 3 01:40pm-03:10pm MW ILT 101 Hendrix, William J. Mini Term II; Hybrid class; for class information contact 3223 AUT104 Blueprint Reading for Manufacturing 3 TBA TBA DDT 203 Bain, Kristi W. Hybrid class; Mandatory orientation June 2 at 1:00 p.m.; class meetings on June 29 at 1:00 p.m. and July 29 at 1:00 p.m. For class information contact Summer Semester 2015 Schedule of Classes Page 11

14 CRN COURSE COURSE NAME CR TIME DAYS LOCATION INSTRUCTOR 3264 AUT130 Fundamentals of Ind Hydraulics & Pneum 3 09:20am-12:20pm TTh ILT 102 Hendrix, William J. Hybrid class; for class information please contact joe 3265 AUT138 Principles of Industrial Mechanics 3 12:25pm-03:25pm TTh ILT 101 Bowen, Stephen Hybrid class; for class information please contact 3543 AUT232 Sensors Technology & Application 3 10:35am-01:35pm MW ILT 102 Bowen, Stephen Hybrid class; for class information contact Automotive Service Technology 3522 AUM133 Motor Vehicle A C 3 08:00am-02:40pm MTWTh AUM 000 Burgett, Stephen D. 08:00am-12:00pm F AUM 000 Burgett, Stephen D. Class meets July 16-July 31; Mandatory orientation May AUM182 ST-Auto Transmission Diagnosis 2 TBA TBA AUM 000 Burgett, Stephen D. Mini Term II; Hybrid class; for class information contact 3354 AUM212 Advanced Electrical/Electronic Systems 3 TBA TBA AUM 000 Burgett, Stephen D. Mini Term I; Class meets May 26-June AUM239 Engine Performance I 3 08:00am-02:40pm MTWTh AUM 000 Burgett, Stephen D. 08:00am-12:00pm F AUM 000 Burgett, Stephen D. Class meets May 26-June AUM244 Engine Perform/Diagnostics 3 08:00am-02:40pm MTWTh AUM 000 Burgett, Stephen D. 08:00am-12:00pm F AUM 000 Burgett, Stephen D. Class meets June 11--June 26; Mandatory orientation May AUM246 Automotive Emissions 3 08:00am-02:40pm MTWTh AUM 000 Burgett, Stephen D. 08:00am-12:00pm F AUM 000 Burgett, Stephen D. Class meets June 29-July 15; Mandatory orientation May AUM224 Manual Transmission/Transaxle 3 06:30pm-08:25pm MTW AUM 000 Messersmith, Russell O AUM230 Auto Transmission/Transaxle 3 08:30pm-10:30pm MTW AUM 000 Messersmith, Russell O AUM246 Automotive Emissions 3 04:30pm-06:25pm MTW AUM 000 Messersmith, Russell O. Biology 3201 BIO103 Principles of Biology I 4 12:00pm-03:10pm MW CNS 238 Briehn, Connie S BIO103 Principles of Biology I 4 08:00am-11:10am TTh CNS 238 Briehn, Connie S BIO103 Principles of Biology I 4 12:00pm-03:10pm TTh CNS 238 Briehn, Connie S BIO103 Principles of Biology I 4 08:00am-11:10am TTh CNS 231 Glasscock, Melanie A BIO103 Principles of Biology I 4 08:00am-11:10am MW CNS 232 Williams, Beth L BIO104 Principles of Biology II 4 12:30pm-04:10pm TTh CNS 231 Glasscock, Melanie A BIO201 Human Anatomy & Physiology I 4 08:00am-11:10am MW CNS 115 Rakestraw, Wesley P BIO201 Human Anatomy & Physiology I 4 12:00pm-03:10pm TTh CNS 115 Rakestraw, Wesley P BIO202 Human Anatomy & Physiology II 4 12:00pm-03:10pm MW CNS 108 Halstead, Fred 3210 BIO202 Human Anatomy & Physiology II 4 08:00am-11:10am TTh CNS 108 Halstead, Fred 3211 BIO220 General Microbiology 4 08:00am-12:15pm TTh CNS 101 Quick, Shannon F BIO220 General Microbiology 4 08:00am-12:15pm MW CNS 101 Quick, Shannon F BIO103 Principles of Biology I 4 04:00pm-07:10pm MW CNS 232 Williams, Beth L BIO201 Human Anatomy & Physiology I 4 04:00pm-07:10pm MW CNS 115 Rakestraw, Wesley P BIO202 Human Anatomy & Physiology II 4 04:00pm-07:10pm MW CNS 108 Halstead, Fred 3213 BIO220 General Microbiology 4 04:00pm-08:15pm MW CNS 101 Quick, Shannon F. Business 3049 BUS193 Business Co-op I 1 TBA TBA TBA Atchley, Barbara P. For class information contact Barbara Atchley at or or JBC M BUS194 Business Co-op II 1 TBA TBA TBA Atchley, Barbara P. For class information contact Barbara Atchley at or or JBC M BUS195 Business Co-op III 1 TBA TBA TBA Atchley, Barbara P. For class information contact Barbara Atchley at or or JBC M BUS196 Business Co-op IV 1 TBA TBA TBA Atchley, Barbara P. For class information contact Barbara Atchley at or or JBC M BUS197 Business Co-op V 1 TBA TBA TBA Atchley, Barbara P. For class information contact Barbara Atchley at or or JBC M BUS241 Principles of Accounting I 3 10:00am-11:30am W BE 106 Manning, Marcella E. Hybrid class; orientation May 27 at 10:00 a.m. Class information located at BUS291 Alternating Business Co-op I 3 TBA TBA TBA Atchley, Barbara P. For class information contact Barbara Atchley at or or JBC M BUS292 Alternating Business Co-op II 3 TBA TBA TBA Atchley, Barbara P. For class information contact Barbara Atchley at or or JBC M BUS293 Alternating Business Co-op III 3 TBA TBA TBA Atchley, Barbara P. For class information contact Barbara Atchley at or or JBC M BUS298 Directed Studies I 3 TBA TBA TBA McGriff-Waldrop, Terri J. Orientation on Tuesday, May 26 at 11:00 a.m. Summer Semester 2015 Schedule of Classes Page 12

15 CRN COURSE COURSE NAME CR TIME DAYS LOCATION INSTRUCTOR 3250 BUS241 Principles of Accounting I 3 05:30pm-08:30pm T BE 106 Manning, Marcella E. Online or hybrid class; orientation May 26 at 5:30 p.m BUS271 Business Statistics I 3 05:00pm-07:30pm M BE 102 McGriff-Waldrop, Terri J. Online or hybrid class; orientation June 1 at 5:00 p.m BUS298 Directed Studies I 3 05:00pm-07:30pm T BE 106 McGriff-Waldrop, Terri J. Hybrid class; orientation May 26 at 5:00 p.m. Online 3244 BUS150I Business Math 3 TBA TBA TBA Sides, Kathryn P. Online or Hybrid class; class information located at BUS241I Principles of Accounting I 3 TBA TBA TBA Manning, Marcella E. Online or Hybrid class; class information located at BUS242I Principles of Accounting II 3 TBA TBA TBA Manning, Marcella E. Online or Hybrid class; class information located at BUS263I Legal & Social Environment of Business 3 TBA TBA TBA McGriff-Waldrop, Terri J. Online or Hybrid class; class information located at BUS271I Business Statistics I 3 TBA TBA TBA McGriff-Waldrop, Terri J. Online or Hybrid class; class information located at BUS272I Business Statistics II 3 TBA TBA TBA Crow, Glynice H. Online class; class information located at BUS275I Principles of Management 3 TBA TBA TBA McGriff-Waldrop, Terri J. Online of Hybrid class; class information located at Chemistry 3058 CHM104 Intro to Inorganic Chemistry 4 03:00pm-06:00pm TTh CHM 009 Meadows, Rosalyn R. Hybrid class; for class information contact 3060 CHM111 College Chemistry I 4 12:00pm-03:00pm TTh CHM 009 Meadows, Rosalyn R. Hybrid class; for class information contact 3516 CHM112 College Chemistry II 4 09:30am-12:30pm MW CHM 009 Meadows, Rosalyn R. Hybrid class; for class information contact 3059 CHM104I Intro to Inorganic Chemistry 4 TBA TBA TBA Meadows, Rosalyn R. Online class; for class information contact Child Development 3616 CHD201I Child Growth and Development 3 TBA TBA TBA Hill, Marcie Online; for class info contact 3617 CHD205I Program Planning for Ed. Young Children 3 TBA TBA TBA Hill, Marcie Online; for class info contact 3373 CHD206I Children s Health and Safety 3 TBA TBA TBA Hill, Marcie Online; for class info contact 3618 CHD208I Admin. of Child Development Programs 3 TBA TBA TBA Hill, Marcie Online; for class info contact Clinical Laboratory Technician 3384 CLT106 Laboratory Calculations & Stat 2 02:15pm-03:45pm TTh TBH 506 Kilpatrick, Jaime R CLT111 Urinalysis & Body Fluids 4 09:00am-10:30am MW TBH 506 Welch, Julia J. LAB 11:30 am-2:30 pm MW 3385 CLT142 CLT Microbiology II 4 08:00am-10:15am TTh TBH 506 Kilpatrick, Jaime R. LAB 11:00am-02:00pm TTh Collision Repair 3356 ABR123 Paint Application & Equipment 3 07:30am-03:45pm MTWTh ABR 000 Grace, Timothy L. LAB 07:30am-11:30am F ABR 000 Grace, Timothy L. Class meets June 29-July 15; Mandatory orientation May ABR151 Safety Environmental Practices 3 07:30am-03:45pm MTWTh ABR 000 Grace, Timothy L. LAB 07:30am-11:30am F ABR 000 Grace, Timothy L. Class meets May 26-June ABR154 Automotive Glass & Trim 3 07:30am-03:45pm MTWTh ABR 000 Grace, Timothy L. LAB 07:30am-11:30am F ABR 000 Grace, Timothy L. Class meets June 11-June 26; Mandatory orientation on May ABR157 Automotive Plastic Repairs 3 07:30am-03:45pm MTWTh ABR 000 Grace, Timothy L. LAB 07:30am-11:30am F ABR 000 Grace, Timothy L. Class meets July 16-July 31; Mandatory orientation May 26. Computer Science 3101 CIS150 Intro Computer Logic/Program 3 12:00pm-01:55pm W CS 010 Ayers, Terry A. Hybrid class for class information contact 3531 CIS151 Graphics for World Wide Web 3 10:00am-11:55am TTh FPA 216 Scott, Adrian P. Summer Semester 2015 Schedule of Classes Page 13

16 CRN COURSE COURSE NAME CR TIME DAYS LOCATION INSTRUCTOR 3102 CIS196E Com Soft App Spdsheet - Excel 3 TBA TBA TBA Smith, Susan B. Online class; for class information contact 3103 CIS196W Com Soft App - Windows 3 02:30pm-04:55pm T BE 119 Sides, Kathryn P. Hybrid class; orientation May 26 at 2:30 p.m. For class information contact 3440 CIS197E Adv Comm Software App - Excel 3 TBA TBA TBA Smith, Susan B. Online class; for class information contact 3104 CIS199 Network Communications 3 10:00am-11:55am W CS 009 Staff Hybrid class; 3646 CIS208 Intermediate Web Development 3 12:00pm-01:55pm MW FPA 216 Scott, Adrian P CIS146I Microcomputer Applications 3 TBA TBA TBA Farmer, Donna J. Online class; must have software, for information please contact 3096 CIS146I Microcomputer Applications 3 TBA TBA TBA Ayers, Terry A. Online class; must have software, for information please contact 3097 CIS146I Microcomputer Applications 3 TBA TBA TBA Farmer, Donna J. Online class; must have software, for information please contact 3098 CIS146I Microcomputer Applications 3 TBA TBA TBA Ayers, Terry A. Online class; must have software, for information please contact 3099 CIS146I Microcomputer Applications 3 TBA TBA TBA Farmer, Donna J. Online class; must have software, for information please contact 3611 CIS146I Microcomputer Applications 3 TBA TBA TBA Staff Online class CIS203I Intro to the Information Highway 3 TBA TBA TBA Farmer, Donna J. Online class; for class information contact 3106 CIS207I Intro to Web Development 3 TBA TBA TBA Ray, Sharon A. Online class; for class information contact 3108 CIS222I Database Management 3 TBA TBA TBA Staff Online class; for class information contact 3109 CIS249I Microcomputer Operating System 3 TBA TBA TBA Farmer, Donna J. Online class; for class information contact 3110 CIS252I Advanced C++ 3 TBA TBA TBA Ayers, Terry A. Online class; for class information contact Computerized Numerical Control 3562 CNC139 Basic CNC 3 08:00am-12:30pm M MTT 000 Moon, Randy R. 01:01pm-02:16pm W MTT 000 Moon, Randy R CNC142 Applied Geometry CNC Machine 3 12:31am-02:31pm T MTT 000 Moon, Randy R. LAB 11:30am-2:30pm Th 3557 CNC154 Metallurgy 3 08:00am-09:40am TTh MTT 000 Minyard, Jonathan W CNC156 Jig/Fixture Construction Principles 3 08:00am-11:00am MF MTT 000 Minyard, Jonathan W CNC158 Die Fundamentals 3 08:00am-12:59pm Th MTT 000 Moon, Randy R CNC160 Die Construction & Tryout 3 12:00pm-01:00pm M MTT 000 Minyard, Jonathan W. 09:41am-02:30pm Th MTT 000 Minyard, Jonathan W CNC161 Die Maintenance & Repair 3 01:01pm-02:11pm M MTT 000 Minyard, Jonathan W. 08:00am-11:00am W MTT 000 Minyard, Jonathan W CNC214 Electrical Discharge Mach. Programming 3 12:31pm-02:41pm M MTT 000 Moon, Randy R. 09:45am-02:00pm T MTT 000 Moon, Randy R CNC222 CNC Graphcs: Turning 3 08:00am-01:00pm W MTT 000 Moon, Randy R CNC281 Special Topics CNC 3 08:00am-09:44am T MTT 000 Moon, Randy R. 08:00am-11:00am Th MTT 000 Moon, Randy R CNC143 Applied Trigonometry for CNC Machining 3 05:15pm-09:45pm MT MTT 000 Kilpatrick, Jeff S CNC214 Electrical Discharge Mach. Programming 3 05:30pm-09:30pm W MTT 000 Kilpatrick, Jeff S. Cosmetology 3480 COS111 Introduction to Cosmetology 3 08:00am-09:50am MT COS 000 Flanigan, Sabrina C COS112 Cosmetology Science & Art Lab 3 08:00am-04:45pm WTh COS 000 Flanigan, Sabrina C COS119 Business of Cosmetology 3 08:00am-09:50am MT COS 000 Smith, Tracy W COS123 Cosmetology Salon Practices 3 08:00am-02:40pm WTh COS 000 Smith, Tracy W COS125 Career & Personal Development 3 09:55am-12:05pm MT COS 000 Flanigan, Sabrina C COS133 Salon Management Technology 3 12:10pm-02:40pm MT COS 000 Smith, Tracy W. 02:45pm-04:46pm WTh COS 000 Smith, Tracy W COS158 Employability Skills 3 09:55am-12:05pm MT COS 000 Smith, Tracy W COS168 Bacteriology and Sanitation 3 12:10pm-02:40pm MT COS 000 Flanigan, Sabrina C COS111 Introduction to Cosmetology 3 04:30pm-06:25pm MTW COS 000 Kent, Phyllis D COS117 Basic Spa Techniques 3 06:30pm-08:25pm MTW COS 000 Kent, Phyllis D COS144 Hair Shaping and Design 3 08:30pm-10:30pm MTW COS 000 Kent, Phyllis D. Summer Semester 2015 Schedule of Classes Page 14

17 CRN COURSE COURSE NAME CR TIME DAYS LOCATION INSTRUCTOR Criminal Justice 3111 CRJ147 Constitutional Law 3 08:00am-09:55am MW SCI 109 Howell, Robert W CRJ226 Fingerprint Science 3 08:00am-11:55am T SCI 103 Hall, Thea D CRJ227 Homicide Investigation 3 10:00am-11:55am MW SCI 109 Howell, Robert W CRJ238 Crime Scene Investigation 3 08:00am-11:55am Th SCI 106 Hall, Thea D CRJ147 Constitutional Law 3 05:30pm-09:15pm M SCI 109 Howell, Robert W CRJ226 Fingerprint Science 3 05:30pm-09:15pm T SCI 103 Hall, Thea D CRJ227 Homicide Investigation 3 05:30pm-09:15pm W SCI 109 Howell, Robert W CRJ238 Crime Scene Investigation 3 05:30pm-09:15pm Th SCI 106 Hall, Thea D. Culinary Arts/Chef Training 3521 CUA101 Orientation to Hospitality Profession 3 12:30pm-03:00pm Th CUA 000 Nichols, Robert A CUA102 Catering 3 11:30am-02:00pm M CUA 000 Nichols, Robert A CUA112 Sanitation, Safety, Food Service 2 08:00am-09:40am W CUA 000 Nichols, Robert A CUA122 Fundamentals of Quantity Cooking 3 08:00am-01:00pm W CUA 000 Wilson, John F CUA125 Food Preparation 5 08:00am-09:40am M CUA 000 Nichols, Robert A. LAB 08:00am-01:00pm T CUA 000 Nichols, Robert A CUA173 Culinary Arts Apprenticeship 3 09:00am-10:00am T TBA Wilson, John F CUA201 Meat Prep & Process 3 10:00am-02:30pm M CUA 000 Wilson, John F CUA203 Stocks & Sauces 3 10:30am-02:55pm W CUA 000 Wilson, John F CUA213 Food Purchasing-Cost Control 3 09:30am-12:00pm Th CUA 000 Nichols, Robert A CUA214 International Cuisine 3 08:00am-12:30pm Th CUA 000 Wilson, John F. Dental Assistant 3419 DNT114 Dental Office Administration 4 08:00am-11:00am M HS 207 Brewer, Ramonica S. Hybrid; for class information contact 3420 DNT122 Clinical Practice II 4 TBA TBA TBA Coy, Kathryn S DNT141 Directed Studies in DNT 3 TBA TBA TBA Ray-Connell, Teresa E. Hybrid; for class information contact Dental Hygiene 3433 DHY130 Biological Chemistry & App Nutrition 1 08:00am-09:55am M HS 208 Alley, Sharon P. Hybrid; for class information contact 3434 DHY132 Clinical Dental Hygiene II 2 TBA TBA HS 112 Ray-Connell, Teresa E DHY134 Dental Hygiene Theory III 1 01:00pm-03:00pm M HS 208 Ebert, Barbara A. Hybrid; for class information contact 3435 DHY216 Dental Research 1 10:00am-12:00pm M HS 208 Ray-Connell, Teresa E. Hybrid; for class information contact 3444 DHY222 Special Topics in Dentistry 1 TBA TBA HS 112 Ebert, Barbara A. Diagnostic Imaging 3388 RAD134 Clinical Education III 5 TBA TBA TBA Rich, Kelli 3389 RAD135 Exposure Principles 3 08:00am-11:00am M TBH 205 Malone, James S. LAB TBA W TBH 203 Malone, James S RAD136 Radiation Protection & Biology 2 12:00pm-02:00pm M TBH 205 Rich, Kelli 3620 RAD249I Procedures in CT 3 TBA TBA TBA Malone, James S. Online; for class information contact Diagnostic Medical Sonography 3397 DMS215 Intro to Sonographic Princ. & Instrument 2 TBA TBA TBA Sutherland, April C. Mini Term II hybrid; for class information contact 3392 DMS221 Obstetrical Sonography II 3 TBA TBA TBA Sutherland, April C. Hybrid; for class information contact 3393 DMS225 Superficial Sonography 1 TBA TBA TBA Attaway, Donna B. Hybrid; for class information contact 3395 DMS231 Sonography Preceptorship III 4 TBA TBA TBA Attaway, Donna B DMS231 Sonography Preceptorship III 4 TBA TBA TBA Attaway, Donna B DMS240 Sonography Seminar I 2 TBA TBA TBA Sutherland, April C. Hybrid; for class information contact Diesel Technology 3347 DEM118 Industrial & Agricultural Equipment 3 07:15am-02:00pm MTWTh DEM 000 Smith, Jeremy W. Class meets July 14-July 30; Open lab Fridays 8:00-11:00 am DEM123 Pneumatic & Hydraulics 3 8:05am-02:20pm MTWTh DEM 000 Smith, Jeremy W. Class meets June 23-July 10 Open Lab on Fridays DEM125 Heavy Vehicle Drive Trains 3 07:15am-02:00pm MTWTh DEM 000 Smith, Jeremy W. Class meets June 23-July 13; Open lab Fridays 8:00-11:00 am. Summer Semester 2015 Schedule of Classes Page 15

18 CRN COURSE COURSE NAME CR TIME DAYS LOCATION INSTRUCTOR 3349 DEM137 Heating and A/C Refrigeration Systems 3 08:05am-03:35pm MTWTh DEM 000 Smith, Jeremy W. Class meets July 14-July 30; Open lab Fridays 8:00-11:00 am DEM154 Vehicle Maint./Safe Operating Practices 3 09:00am-03:30pm MTWTh DEM 000 Smith, Jeremy W. Class meets June 2-June 22; Open lab Fridays 8:00-11:00 am DEM154 Vehicle Maint./Safe Operating Practices 3 07:30am-02:00pm MTWTh DEM 000 Smith, Jeremy W. Class meets June 2-June 22; Open lab Fridays 8:00-11:00 am DEM156 CDL License Test Prep 3 07:00am-05:30pm MTWTh DEM 000 Smith, Jeremy W. Class meets May 26-June 1; Open lab Fridays 8:00-11:00 am DEM191 Special Topics in Electrical 3 08:05am-02:35pm MTWTh DEM 000 Smith, Jeremy W. Class meets June 23-July 13; Open lab Fridays 8:00-11:00 am. Economics 3261 ECO231 Principles of Macroeconomics 3 01:00pm-02:45pm Th BE 109 Crow, Glynice H. Hybrid Class; for class information visit ECO232 Principles of Microeconomics 3 05:00pm-07:30pm Th BE 109 Staff Hybrid Class; for class information visit Online 3260 ECO231I Principles of Macroeconomics 3 TBA TBA TBA Crow, Glynice H. Online class; for class information contact ECO232I Principles of Microeconomics 3 TBA TBA TBA Crow, Glynice H. Online class; for class information contact Emergency Medical Service 3430 EMS100 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation I 1 09:00am-02:00pm F TBH 615 Johnson, Michael B. Hybrid; meets Friday, June 5 only. Please check Blackboard for required submission prior to May EMS100 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation I 1 09:00am-02:00pm F TBH 615 Johnson, Michael B. Hybrid; meets Friday, June 12 only; check Blackboard for required submission prior to May EMS100 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation I 1 09:00am-02:00pm F TBH 615 Johnson, Michael B. Hybrid; meets Friday, June 19 only; check Blackboard for required submission prior to May EMS100 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation I 1 09:00am-02:00pm F TBH 615 Johnson, Michael B. Hybrid; meets Friday, July 10 only; check Blackboard for required submission prior to May EMS253 Paramedic Transition to Workforce 2 09:00am-12:00pm T TBA Staff Hybrid; only for 3rd semester. Paramedic; class information contact 3635 EMS254 Adv. Competencies for Paramedic 2 01:00pm-04:00pm T TBH 606 Staff Hybrid; only for 3rd semester. Paramedic; class information contact 3636 EMS255 Paramedic Field Preceptorship 5 TBA TBA TBA Staff Hybrid; only for 3rd semester. Paramedic; class information contact 3637 EMS256 Paramedic Team Leadership 1 TBA TBA TBA Staff Hybrid; only for 3rd semester. Paramedic; class information contact Engineering Technology 3539 AET221 Energy Design of Buildings 3 TBA TBA DDT 203 Bain, Kristi W. Hybrid class; Mandatory orientation June 2 at 10:00 a.m.; class meetings on June 29 at 10:00 a.m. and July 20 at 10:00 a.m. For class info contact 3218 AET245 Advanced Design 3 08:00am-11:15am MW DDT 204 Hardman, Todd A AET290 Building Info Modeling (Bim) 3 11:45am-03:00pm MW DDT 203 Bain, Kristi W BUC133 Building Codes 3 TBA TBA DDT 203 Bain, Kristi W. Hybrid class; orientation June 2 at 12:00 p.m.; class meetings on June 29 at 12:00 p.m. and July 29 at 12:00 p.m. For class information contact 3230 BUC142 Construction Estimating 3 TBA TBA DDT 203 Bain, Kristi W. Hybrid class; orientation June 2 at 11:00 a.m.; class meetings on June 29 at 11:00 a.m. and July 29 at 11:00 a.m. For class information contact 3221 CDT223 Civil Engineering Drafting 3 11:45am-03:00pm TTh DDT 204 Hardman, Todd A CMT102 Construct Blueprint Readings 3 TBA TBA DDT 203 Bain, Kristi W. Hybrid class; orientation June 2 at 2:00 p.m.; class meetings on June 29 at 2:00 p.m. and July 29 at 2:00 p.m. For class information contact 3222 ENT126 Basic Computer-Aided Drafting 3 08:00am-11:15am MW DDT 203 Bain, Kristi W ENT217 Machine Design 3 08:00am-11:15am TTh DDT 204 Hardman, Todd A MDT100 Engineering Blueprints 3 TBA TBA DDT 204 Hardman, Todd A. Hybrid class; orientation June 2 1:00pm; class meetings on June 29 at 1:00 p.m. and July 29 at 1:00 p.m. For class information contact 3220 MDT261 HVAC/Pipe Sys Design 3 11:45am-03:00pm MW DDT 204 Hardman, Todd A ENT128 Advanced Computer-Aided Drafting 3 05:15pm-08:30pm MW DDT 000 Pair, Sydney C. English 3266 ENG092 Basic English I 3 08:00am-09:55am TTh JBC 601 Bailey, Jessica 3267 ENG093 Basic English II 3 10:00am-11:55am TTh JBC 601 Burge, Ashley 3453 ENG093 Basic English II 3 08:00am-09:55am MW JBC 601 Burge, Ashley Summer Semester 2015 Schedule of Classes Page 16

19 CRN COURSE COURSE NAME CR TIME DAYS LOCATION INSTRUCTOR 3001 ENG101 English Composition I 3 08:00am-09:55am MW WH 202 Barnes, Mary P ENG101 English Composition I 3 10:00am-11:55am MW WH 200 Salerno, Michael 3003 ENG101 English Composition I 3 08:00am-09:55am TTh WH 203 Burge, Ashley 3461 ENG101 English Composition I 3 10:00am-11:55am TTh WH 200 Salerno, Michael 3007 ENG102 English Composition II 3 10:00am-11:55am MW WH 203 Warren, Sally C ENG102 English Composition II 3 08:00am-09:55am Th WH 202 Barnes, Mary P. Hybrid class; for class information visit ENG251 American Literature I 3 10:00am-11:55am TTh WH 203 Buckelew, Kathy L ENG101 English Composition I 3 05:30pm-09:15pm T WH 200 Burge, Ashley Online 3005 ENG101I English Composition I 3 TBA TBA TBA Buckelew, Kathy L. Online class; class information located at ENG101I English Composition I 3 TBA TBA TBA Warren, Sally C. Online class; class information located at ENG102I English Composition II 3 TBA TBA TBA Warren, Sally C. Online class; class information located at ENG251I American Literature I 3 TBA TBA TBA Salerno, Michael Online class; class information located at ENG251I American Literature I 3 TBA TBA TBA Salerno, Michael Online class; class information located at ENG252I American Literature II 3 TBA TBA TBA Barnes, Mary P. Online class; class information located at ENG261I English Literature I 3 TBA TBA TBA Buckelew, Kathy L. Online class; class information located at ENG262I English Literature II 3 TBA TBA TBA Barnes, Mary P. Online class; class information located at ENG271I World Literature I 3 TBA TBA TBA Warren, Sally C. Online class; class information located at Geography Online 3079 GEO100I World Regional Geography 3 TBA TBA TBA Shields, Jarrod E. Online class; for class information contact Geology Online 3158 GLY101I Introduction to Geology I 4 TBA TBA TBA Daniel, Randy W. Online class; orientation May 27 at 6:00 p.m. at SCI 212. For class information contact 3159 GLY102I Introduction to Geology II 4 TBA TBA TBA Daniel, Randy W. Online class; orientation May 28 at 6:00 p.m. at SCI 212. For class information contact Health Education 3141 HED224 Personal & Community Health 3 08:00am-09:55am MW WC 113 Bailey, Kenneth P HED231 First Aid 3 08:00am-09:55am TTh WC 113 Bailey, Kenneth P HED224 Personal & Community Health 3 05:30pm-09:15pm T WC 113 Bailey, Kenneth P. Online 3360 HED231I First Aid 3 TBA TBA TBA Smith, Kelly L. Online class; for class information contact 3361 HED267I Drug Education 3 TBA TBA TBA Smith, Kelly L. Online class; for class information contact Health Information Technology 3426 HIT110I Medical Terminology 3 TBA TBA TBA McKelvey, Carol D. Online; for class information contact 3427 HIT110I Medical Terminology 3 TBA TBA TBA McKelvey, Carol D. Online; for class information contact 3423 HIT231I Medical Coding Skills Laboratory 1 TBA TBA TBA Stanley, Donna S. Online; for class information contact 3425 HIT231I Medical Coding Skills Laborato 1 TBA TBA TBA Stanley, Donna S. Online; for class information contact 3627 HIT231I Medical Coding Skills Laborato 1 TBA TBA TBA Stanley, Donna S. Online; for class information contact 3422 HIT232I Medical Coding Systems II 3 TBA TBA TBA Stanley, Donna S. Online; for class information contact 3424 HIT232I Medical Coding Systems II 3 TBA TBA TBA Stanley, Donna S. Online; for class information contact 3626 HIT255I Principles of Supervision HIT 3 TBA TBA TBA McKelvey, Carol D. Online; for class information contact Summer Semester 2015 Schedule of Classes Page 17

20 CRN COURSE COURSE NAME CR TIME DAYS LOCATION INSTRUCTOR Heating and Air Conditioning 3471 ASC112 HVACR Service Procedures 3 09:20am-12:45pm MW ASC 000 Hall, Brian T ASC113 Refrig Piping Practices 3 10:10am-12:45pm TTh ASC 000 Hall, Brian T ASC119 Fund of Gas Heating Systems 3 08:00am-10:05am TTh ASC 000 Hall, Brian T ASC147 Refrigerant Transition & Recovery 3 08:00am-09:15am MW ASC 000 Hall, Brian T ASC187 ST-Duct & Envelope Tightness 5 12:50pm-03:20pm MTW ASC 000 Hall, Brian T ASC122 HVACR Electric Circuits 3 04:30pm-06:25pm MTW ASC 000 Butts, Scott W ASC125 Fundamentals Gas/Elect Heating 6 06:30pm-08:25pm MTW ASC 000 Butts, Scott W ASC203 Commercial Refrigeration 3 08:30pm-10:30pm MTW ASC 000 Butts, Scott W. History 3067 HIS101 History Western Civilization I 3 08:00am-09:55am MW SBS 104 Reeves, Rebecca L HIS102 History Western Civ II 3 08:00am-09:55am TTh SBS 104 Reeves, Rebecca L HIS121 World History I 3 10:00am-11:55am MW LIB 100 Davis, Robert S HIS122 World History II 3 01:00pm-02:55pm MW LIB 100 Davis, Robert S HIS201 United States History I 3 10:00am-11:55am TTh LIB 100 Davis, Robert S HIS202 United States History II 3 01:00pm-02:55pm TTh LIB 100 Davis, Robert S HIS282 Genealogy I 3 TBA TBA LIB 100 Davis, Robert S HIS101I Western Civilization I 3 TBA TBA TBA Reeves, Rebecca L. Online class; for class information contact 3070 HIS102I Western Civilization II 3 TBA TBA TBA Reeves, Rebecca L. Online class; for class information contact 3071 HIS121I World History I 3 TBA TBA TBA Nail, Kaye C. Online class; for class information contact 3072 HIS122I World History II 3 TBA TBA TBA Nail, Kaye C. Online class; for class information contact 3074 HIS201I United States History I 3 TBA TBA TBA Courington, Leigh A. Online class; for class inforamtion contact 3076 HIS202I United States History II 3 TBA TBA TBA Courington, Leigh A. Online class; for class information contact Human Services 3377 HUS104 Fundamental of Health Care 3 08:30am-01:00pm TTh TBH 604 Beck, Susan K. Mini Term I; for class information contact 3379 HUS112 Activity Therapy 3 01:05pm-03:15pm TTh TBH 604 Beck, Susan K HUS222 Group Counseling Techniques 3 01:00pm-03:15pm MW TBH 604 Beck, Susan K HUS102 Introduction to Casework 3 08:30am-01:00pm TTH TBH 604 Beck, Susan K. Mini Term II; for class information contact Humanities 3312 HUM101 Intro to Humanities 3 01:00pm-02:55pm T FPA 206 Sparks, Michael G. Hybrid class, orientation May 27 at 10:00 a.m. For class information contact 3619 HUM101 Intro to Humanities 3 10:00am-11:55am MW FPA 206 Sparks, Michael G HUM101 Intro to Humanities 3 05:30pm-09:15pm W FPA 206 Sparks, Michael G. Online 3314 HUM101I Introduction to Humanities I 3 TBA TBA TBA Sparks, Michael G. Online class; for class information contact 3315 HUM101I Introduction to Humanities I 3 TBA TBA TBA Sparks, Michael G. Mini Term II, online class. For class information visit HUM102I Introduction to Humanities II 3 TBA TBA TBA Sparks, Michael G. Online class, for class information visit Industrial Electronics Technology 3451 ILT100 Applied Electronic Computations 3 07:45am-09:00am MW ILT 101 Hendrix, William J. Mini Term I; Hybrid class; for class information contact 3243 ILT135 Local Area Networks(Lans) 3 08:00am-10:30am MW ILT 102 Bowen, Stephen Hybrid class; for class information please contact 3544 ILT160 DC Fundamentals 3 09:05am-03:35pm MW ILT 101 Hendrix, William J. Mini Term 1; Hybrid class; for class information contact 3545 ILT161 AC Fundamentals 3 09:05am-03:35pm MW ILT 101 Hendrix, William J. Mini Term II; Hybrid class; contact 3246 ILT164 Circuit Fabrication I 1 07:45am-09:15am TTh ILT 102 Hendrix, William J. Hybrid class; for class information please contact 3249 ILT169 Hydraulics/Pneumatics 3 09:20am-12:20pm TTh ILT 101 Hendrix, William J. Hybrid class; for class information please contact Summer Semester 2015 Schedule of Classes Page 18

21 CRN COURSE COURSE NAME CR TIME DAYS LOCATION INSTRUCTOR 3254 ILT195 Troubleshooting Techniques I 3 12:25pm-02:55pm TTh ILT 101 Hendrix, William J. Hybrid class; for class information please contact 3546 ILT237 Network Cabling-Copper 2 09:50am-12:20pm TTh ILT 102 Bowen, Stephen Hybrid class; for class information contact 3547 ILT240 Sensors Tech & Applications 3 10:35am-01:35pm MW ILT 102 Bowen, Stephen Hybrid class; for class information contact Interdisciplinary Studies 3455 IDS115 Forum 1 TBA TBA TBA Parker, Thaddeus B. Machine Tool Technology 3548 MTT107 Machining Calculations I 3 07:45am-09:15am MW MTT 000 McMinn, Gary J MTT121 Basic Print Reading/Machinists 3 09:16am-11:30am W MTT 000 McMinn, Gary J MTT128 Geometric Dimensioning & Tolerance 3 08:00am-10:30am T MTT 000 Moon, Randy R MTT130 Machine Calculations II 3 07:45am-11:00am W MTT 000 McMinn, Gary J MTT147 Introduction Machine Shop I 3 12:00pm-02:00pm M MTT 000 Minyard, Jonathan W. LAB 08:00am-02:30pm Th MTT 000 Minyard, Jonathan W MTT148 Intro to Machine Shop I Lab 3 09:16am-11:30am M MTT 000 Minyard, Jonathan W. LAB 08:00am-01:00pm T MTT 000 Minyard, Jonathan W. LAB 12:00pm-02:00pm W MTT 000 Minyard, Jonathan W MTT149 Intro to Machine Shop II 3 08:00am-09:15am M MTT 000 Minyard, Jonathan W. LAB 10:31am-02:00pm T MTT 000 Minyard, Jonathan W. LAB 12:00pm-02:00pm W MTT 000 Minyard, Jonathan W MTT150 Intro to Machine Shop II Lab 3 09:16pm-02:30pm M MTT 000 Minyard, Jonathan W. LAB 01:00pm-02:00pm Th MTT 000 Minyard, Jonathan W. LAB 02:01pm-03:01pm W MTT 000 Minyard, Jonathan W MTT121 Basic Print Reading/Machinists 3 05:30pm-06:40pm MTW MTT 000 McKoy, Andrew S MTT281 Special Topic - Milling 3 07:00pm-09:30pm MTW MTT 000 McKoy, Andrew S. Mathematics 3269 MTH090 Basic Mathematics 3 10:00am-11:55am MW JBC 610 Mallard, Cynthia B MTH090 Basic Mathematics 3 08:00am-09:55am TTh TBA Mallard, Cynthia B MTH098 Elementary Algebra 3 08:00am-09:55am MW HGA 019 Sivley, Stacey M MTH098 Elementary Algebra 3 10:00am-11:55am M HGA 012 Beasley, Krystal Hybrid class; web assisted. For class information contact 3028 MTH098 Elementary Algebra 3 10:00am-11:55am TTh HGA 012 Adams, Dana D. Web assisted MTH098 Elementary Algebra 3 08:00am-09:55am TTh HGA 012 Adams, Dana D. Web assisted MTH100 Intermediate College Algebra 3 08:00am-09:55am MW HGA 024 Boyd, Jimmy L MTH100 Intermediate College Algebra 3 10:00am-11:55am T HGA 012 Quick, Renee M. Hybrid class; for class information contact 3035 MTH100 Intermediate College Algebra 3 01:00pm-02:55pm TTh HGA 019 Adams, Dana D. Flipped class; web assisted. For class information contact 3039 MTH112 Precalculus Algebra 3 10:00am-11:55am MW HGA 019 Quick, Renee M MTH112 Precalculus Algebra 3 08:00am-09:55am TTh HGA 024 Boyd, Jimmy L MTH113 Precalculus Trigonometry 3 08:00am-09:55am TTh HGA 019 Sivley, Stacey M MTH116 Mathematical Applications 3 01:00pm-02:55pm MW HGA 024 Boyd, Jimmy L MTH125 Calculus I 4 10:00am-12:40pm MW HGA 010 Smith, Brandon E MTH238 Applied Differential Equations I 3 05:30pm-09:25pm W HGA 010 Smith, Brandon E MTH265 Elementary Statistics 3 05:30pm-07:30pm M HGA 026 Gurley, Jennie S. Hybrid class; for class information please contact Online 3271 MTH090I Basic Mathematics 3 TBA TBA TBA Mallard, Cynthia B. Online class; for class information contact 3030 MTH098I Elementary Algebra 3 TBA TBA TBA Quick, Renee M. Online class; for class information contact 3031 MTH098I Elementary Algebra 3 TBA TBA TBA Sivley, Stacey M. Online class; for class information contact 3036 MTH100I Intermediate College Algebra 3 TBA TBA TBA Quick, Renee M. Online class; for class information contact 3037 MTH100I Intermediate College Algebra 3 TBA TBA TBA Adams, Dana D. Online class; for class information contact 3582 MTH100I Intermediate College Algebra 3 TBA TBA TBA Gurley, Jennie S. Online class: for class information contact Summer Semester 2015 Schedule of Classes Page 19

22 CRN COURSE COURSE NAME CR TIME DAYS LOCATION INSTRUCTOR 3038 MTH110I Finite Mathematics 3 TBA TBA TBA Boyd, Jimmy L. Online class: for class information contact 3041 MTH112I Precalculus Algebra 3 TBA TBA TBA Smith, Brandon E. Online class; for class information contact 3042 MTH112I Precalculus Algebra 3 TBA TBA TBA Smith, Brandon E. Online class; for class information contact 3602 MTH116I Mathematical Applications 3 TBA TBA TBA Beasley, Krystal Online class; for class information contact 3441 MTH237I Linear Algebra 3 TBA TBA TBA Sivley, Stacey M. Online class; for class information contact Medical Assistant 3381 MAT211 Clin Proc II for Med Assist 3 12:00pm-03:00pm M TBH 116 Allen, Connie C MAT200I Management-Office Emergencies 2 TBA TBA TBA Allen, Connie C. Online; for class information contact Music 3180 MUS101 Music Appreciation 3 08:00am-09:55am MW FPA 201 Burks, Ricky L MUS115 Fundamentals of Music 3 08:00am-09:55am T FPA 201 Ownby, Terry 3181 MUS101I Music Appreciation 3 TBA TBA TBA Burks, Ricky L. Online class; for class information contact 3182 MUS101I Music Appreciation 3 TBA TBA TBA Burks, Ricky L. Online class; for class information contact Music Ensemble 3183 MUL101 Class Piano I 1 TBA TBA FPA 207 Markham, Sara F MUL161 Class Fretted Instruments I 1 TBA TBA FPA 124 Neal, Mark A MUL170 Music Workshop I 1 TBA TBA FPA 111 Burks, Ricky L MUL171 Music Workshop II 1 TBA TBA FPA 124 Richter, Tiffany S MUL261 Class Fretted Instrument III 1 TBA TBA FPA 124 Neal, Mark A MUL271 Music Workshop IV 1 TBA TBA FPA 119 Richter, Tiffany S. Music Performance 3189 MUP101 Private Piano I 1 TBA TBA FPA 118 Markham, Sara F MUP103 Private Organ I 1 TBA TBA FPA 119 Sparks, Michael G MUP111 Private Voice I 1 TBA TBA FPA 119 Markham, Sara F MUP127 Double Bass I 1 TBA TBA FPA 105 Neal, Mark A MUP133 Private Guitar I 1 TBA TBA FPA 124 Neal, Mark A MUP141 Private Flute I 1 TBA TBA FPA 105 Burks, Ricky L MUP143 Private Clarinet I 1 TBA TBA FPA 105 Burks, Ricky L MUP145 Private Saxophone I 1 TBA TBA FPA 105 Burks, Ricky L MUP161 Private Trumpet I 1 TBA TBA FPA 107 Ownby, Terry 3510 MUP163 Private French Horn I 1 TBA TBA FPA 107 Ownby, Terry 3512 MUP173 Private Euphonium I 1 TBA TBA FPA 107 Ownby, Terry 3513 MUP175 Private Tuba I 1 TBA TBA FPA 107 Ownby, Terry 3197 MUP181 Private Percussion I 1 TBA TBA FPA 124 Neal, Mark A MUP201 Private Piano III 1 TBA TBA FPA 119 Markham, Sara F MUP203 Private Organ III 1 TBA TBA FPA 118 Sparks, Michael G MUP227 Private Double Bass III 1 TBA TBA FPA 124 Neal, Mark A MUP233 Private Guitar III 1 TBA TBA FPA 124 Neal, Mark A MUP241 Private Flute III 1 TBA TBA FPA 105 Burks, Ricky L MUP243 Private Clarinet III 1 TBA TBA FPA 105 Burks, Ricky L MUP281 Private Percussion III 1 TBA TBA FPA 124 Neal, Mark A. Nursing 3405 NUR105 Adult Nursing 8 08:00am-04:00pm TTh CNS 220 Wilhite, Rosey D NUR105 Adult Nursing 8 08:00am-12:00pm TTh CNS 337 Standridge, Alicia T. Hybrid; for class information contact 3407 NUR107 Adult/Child Nursing 8 08:00am-12:00pm MW CNS 333 Johnsey, Megan 3408 NUR108 Psychosocial Nursing 3 01:00pm-04:00pm W CNS 333 Chapman, Laura 3409 NUR109 Role Transition for The Practical Nurse 3 01:00pm-05:00pm M CNS 333 Chapman, Laura 3410 NUR201 Nursing Through The Lifespan I 5 12:00pm-03:00pm MW CNS 220 Mobley, Kyla S NUR201 Nursing Through The Lifespan I 5 12:00pm-02:00pm M CNS 327 Mobley, Kyla S. Hybrid; for class information contact 3412 NUR203 Nursing Through The Lifespan III 6 08:00am-12:00pm T CNS 219 Lee, Donna M. LAB 08:00am-02:00pm Th CNS 219 Lee, Donna M. Summer Semester 2015 Schedule of Classes Page 20

23 CRN COURSE COURSE NAME CR TIME DAYS LOCATION INSTRUCTOR 3413 NUR203 Nursing Through The Lifespan III 6 08:00am-10:00am T CNS 202 Roper, Martha K. LAB 10:00am-12:00pm Th CNS 202 Roper, Martha K. Hybrid; for class information contact 3414 NUR204 Role Transition for Registered Nurse 4 01:00pm-04:00pm T CNS 201 Chapman, Laura 3415 NUR204 Role Transition for Registered Nurse 4 01:00pm-03:00pm T CNS 327 Chapman, Laura Hybrid; for class information contact Occupational Therapy Assistant 3398 OTA230 Professional Skills Development 3 11:00am-12:30pm TTh TBH 517 Keener, Allen S. Hybrid; for class information contact 3400 OTA232 Splinting 2 08:00am-10:50am MW TBH 518 Hyatt, Brenda G. Hybrid; for class information contact 3401 OTA232 Splinting 2 12:00pm-02:50pm MW TBH 518 Hyatt, Brenda G. Hybrid; for class information contact 3402 OTA232 Splinting 2 08:00am-10:50am TTh TBH 518 Keener, Allen S. Hybrid; for class information contact 3403 OTA233 Level II Fieldwork-B 4 TBA TBA TBA Hyatt, Brenda G OTA234 OTA Review Seminar 1 TBA TBA TBH 518 Keener, Allen S. Hybrid; for class information contact 3399 OTA231I Rehabilitation Management 3 TBA TBA TBA Keener, Allen S. Online; for class information contact Office Administration 3476 OAD110 Computer Navigation 3 02:30pm-04:55pm T TBA Sides, Kathryn P. Hybrid Class; orientation Tuesday, May 26 at 2:30 p.m OAD243E Sp App--Microsoft App/Excel 3 TBA TBA TBA Smith, Susan B. Online or Hybrid class; for class information contact OAD247E Sp Top - Advanced Excel 3 TBA TBA TBA Smith, Susan B. Online or Hybrid class; for class information contact OAD101 Beginning Keyboarding 3 05:00pm-08:00pm T BE 119 Sides, Kathryn P. Online or Hybrid class; for class information contact OAD103 Intermediate Keyboarding 3 05:00pm-08:00pm T BE 119 Sides, Kathryn P. Online or Hybrid class; for class information contact Online 3233 OAD101I Beginning Keyboarding 3 TBA TBA TBA Sides, Kathryn P. Online or Hybrid class; for class information contact OAD125I Word Processing-Microsoft Word 3 TBA TBA TBA Smith, Susan B. Online or Hybrid class; for class information contact OAD126I Advanced Word 3 TBA TBA TBA Smith, Susan B. Online or Hybrid class; for class information contact OAD136I Adv. Financial Record Keeping 3 TBA TBA TBA Sides, Kathryn P. Online or Hybrid class; for class information contact OAD246I Office Graphics & Presentation 3 TBA TBA TBA Smith, Susan B. Online or Hybrid class; for class information contact Orientation (Degree) 3091 ORI101 Orientation to College 1 08:00am-04:00pm Th HGA 010 Gattis, Tammi W. Hybrid class. Orientation class meets on Thursday, May 21 at 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. only ORI101 Orientation to College 1 08:00am-04:00pm Th HGA 024 McRea, Jennifer A. Hybrid class. Orientation class meets on Thursday, May 21 at 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. only ORI101 Orientation to College 1 08:00am-04:00pm Th HGA 026 Rice, Whitney T. Hybrid class. Orientation class meets on Thursday, May 21 at 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. only ORI103 Orientation (Master Student) 2 09:00am-03:00pm ThF JBC 611 Mallard, Cynthia B. Hybrid class; class meets May 21 at 8:30-3:00 and May 22 at 8:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m ORI101I Orientation to College 1 TBA TBA TBA McRea, Jennifer A. Online class: for class information contact Paralegal/Legal Assistant 3063 PRL291 Internship in Paralegalism 3 TBA TBA TBA Staff 3064 PRL240 Wills, Estates, and Trusts 3 05:30pm-09:15pm M FPA 202 Staff Patient Care Specialist Must be admitted to the Patient Care Specialist program. Contact for details and registration information EMS273 EKG Interpretation 2 09:00am-12:00pm T CNS 334 Johnson, Michael B. Hybrid; for class information contact Summer Semester 2015 Schedule of Classes Page 21

24 CRN COURSE COURSE NAME CR TIME DAYS LOCATION INSTRUCTOR Philosophy 3317 PHL106 Introduction to Philosophy 3 08:00am-09:55am TTh FPA 206 Walton, Robert L PHL106I Introduction to Philosophy 3 TBA TBA TBA Walton, Robert L. Online class; for class information visit PHL206I Ethics and Society 3 TBA TBA TBA Walton, Robert L. Online class, for class information visit PHL206I Ethics and Society 3 TBA TBA TBA Walton, Robert L. Online class, Mini Term II. For class information visit Physical Education 3162 PED100 Fundamentals of Fitness 3 11:00am-12:15pm TTh WC 112 Bailey, Kenneth P PED101 Slimnastics (Beginning) 1 08:00am-09:15am MW WC 104 Moss, Mary L PED103 Weight Training (Beginning) 1 01:00pm-02:15pm MW WC 112 Moss, Mary L PED103 Weight Training (Beginning) 1 01:00pm-02:15pm TTh WC 112 Bailey, Kenneth P PED103 Weight Training (Beginning) 1 11:00am-12:15pm TTh TBA Bailey, Kenneth P PED104 Weight Training(Intermediate) 1 11:00am-12:15pm TTh WC 112 Bailey, Kenneth P PED104 Weight Training(Intermediate) 1 01:00pm-02:15pm MW TBA Moss, Mary L PED104 Weight Training(Intermediate) 1 01:00pm-02:15pm TTh TBA Bailey, Kenneth P PED109 Jogging 1 TBA TBA TBA Bailey, Kenneth P PED200 Foundations Physical Education 3 08:00am-09:55am MW WC 112 Bailey, Kenneth P PED216 Sports Officiating 3 TBA TBA WC 113 Bailey, Kenneth P. Physical Science 3645 PHY115 Technical Physics 4 09:30am-04:30pm M-S SCI 2011 O Leary, Christine Class meets May 12-16; 18-23; 9:30-4:30 each day. Web assisted PHS111 Intro to Physical Science I 4 06:00pm-09:15pm W SCI 201 O Leary, Christine Hybrid class; Mini Term I. For class information contact 3161 PHS112 Physical Science II 4 06:00pm-09:15pm W SCI 201 O Leary, Christine Hybrid class; Mini Term II. For class information contact Physical Therapist Assistant 3416 PTA120 Introduction to Kinesiology 3 08:00am-11:00am TTh TBH 704 Herfurth, Stefanie B. Visit for more information PTA201 Physical Therapy Asst Seminar 2 TBA TBA TBA Smallwood, Laura S. Hybrid; for class information contact 3418 PTA268 Clinical Practicum 5 TBA TBA TBA Smallwood, Laura S. Mini Term V; class meets May 18-July 17. Political Science 3470 POL211 American National Government 3 12:00pm-01:55pm TTh TBA Brooks, June L. Psychology 3056 PSY106 Career Exploration 1 TBA TBA TBA Atchley, Barbara P. For class information contact Barbara Atchley at or or JBC M PSY200 General Psychology 3 10:00am-11:55am MW SCI 203 Brunner, Stacey H. Hybrid class; for class information contact 3081 PSY200 General Psychology 3 01:00pm-02:55pm TTh SCI 113 Williamson, Aletta C. Hybrid class; for class information contact 3082 PSY200 General Psychology 3 10:00am-11:55am TTh SCI 113 Williamson, Aletta C PSY207 Psychology of Adjustment 3 10:00am-11:55am MW TBH 604 Beck, Susan K PSY210 Human Growth & Development 3 01:00pm-02:55pm MW SCI 203 Brunner, Stacey H. Hybrid class; for class information contact 3083 PSY200 General Psychology 3 05:00pm-08:55pm M SBS 114 Fincher, Anna G. Online 3084 PSY200I General Psychology 3 TBA TBA TBA Williamson, Aletta C. Online class; for class information contact 3085 PSY200I General Psychology 3 TBA TBA TBA Brunner, Stacey H. Online class; for class information contact 3086 PSY200I General Psychology 3 TBA TBA TBA Brunner, Stacey H. Online class; for class information contact 3615 PSY200I General Psychology 3 TBA TBA TBA Williamson, Aletta C. Online class; for class information contact 3088 PSY210I Human Growth & Development 3 TBA TBA TBA O Rear, Susan J. Online class; for class information contact Summer Semester 2015 Schedule of Classes Page 22

25 CRN COURSE COURSE NAME CR TIME DAYS LOCATION INSTRUCTOR 3089 PSY210I Human Growth & Development 3 TBA TBA TBA O Rear, Susan J. Online class; for class information contact Reading 3268 RDG083 Developmental Reading I 3 10:00am-11:55am TTh JBC 610 Mallard, Cynthia B. Religious Studies 3468 REL151 Survey of The Old Testament 3 08:00am-09:50am MW FPA 206 Walton, Robert L REL152I Survey of the New Testament 3 TBA TBA TBA Richter, John W. Online class, for class information visit Respiratory Therapy 3375 RPT231 Pathology for The RCP II 3 08:00am-11:00am T TBH 216 Crow, Kenneth C. Lab TBA 3438 RPT234 Mechanical Ventilation for RCP 4 08:00am-11:00am M TBH 216 Taylor, Paul D. Lab TBA 3376 RPT254 Patient Assess Techniques for RCP 2 11:05am-01:00pm M TBH 216 Crow, Kenneth C. Lab TBA Sociology Online 3078 SOC200I Introduction to Sociology 3 TBA TBA TBA O Rear, Susan J. Online class; for class information contact Spanish Online 3019 SPA101I Introductory Spanish I 4 TBA TBA TBA Speeker, Donna K. Online class; for class information visit Speech 3021 SPH106 Fundamentals of Oral Communication 3 10:00am-11:55am MW WH 101 Ledbetter, Gayle L SPH106 Fundamentals of Oral Communication 3 08:00am-09:55am TTh WH 102 Metcalf, Robert L SPH106 Fundamentals of Oral Communication 3 10:00am-11:55am TTh WH 102 Metcalf, Robert L SPH106 Fundamentals of Oral Communication 3 05:30pm-09:15pm M WH 101 Ledbetter, Gayle L. Online 3024 SPH106I Fundamentals of Oral Communication 3 TBA TBA TBA Metcalf, Robert L. Online class; for class information visit SPH106I Fundamentals of Oral Communication 3 TBA TBA TBA Metcalf, Robert L. Online class; class information located at Technical Communication 3136 COM100 Introductory Tech English I 3 05:00pm-08:30pm Th JBC 609 Smith, Cynthia W. Technical Computer Skills 3242 DPT103 Introductory Computer Skill II 3 02:30pm-04:55pm T BE 119 Sides, Kathryn P. Hybrid class; for class information contact DPT103 Introductory Computer Skill II 3 05:00pm-08:00pm Th BE 119 Sides, Kathryn P. Technical Mathematics 3135 MAH101 Vocational Technical Math I 3 05:00pm-09:15pm Th JBC 603 Dillashaw, Bobbie R. Technical Speech 3594 SPC103 Oral Communication Skill 2 05:00pm-07:30pm Th JBC 610 Ambrose, Peggy H. Theater Arts Online 3232 THR120I Theater Appreciation 3 TBA TBA TBA Salerno, Anna Lauren C. Online class; for class information contact Summer Semester 2015 Schedule of Classes Page 23

26 CRN COURSE COURSE NAME CR TIME DAYS LOCATION INSTRUCTOR Upholstery 3502 UPH114 Upholstery Design Experimental Lab 3 10:30am-03:30pm M UPH 000 Smith, Karan A UPH132 History of Furniture Styles 3 07:30am-09:30am T UPH 000 Smith, Karan A. LAB 02:30pm-03:30pm T UPH 000 Smith, Karan A UPH211 Design Interiors Furniture and Auto 3 11:00am-02:00pm F UPH 000 Smith, Karan A UPH212 Design Interiors Furniture Lab 3 08:30am-09:00am T UPH 000 Smith, Karan A. LAB 10:00am-02:30pm T UPH 000 Smith, Karan A UPH213 Design Interiors Auto Lab 3 10:20am-03:50pm W UPH 000 Smith, Karan A UPH215 Shop Management & Layout 3 07:30am-09:30am W UPH 000 Smith, Karan A. LAB 02:00pm-03:00pm Th UPH 000 Smith, Karan A UPH218 Embroidery Design 3 03:00pm-03:40pm Th UPH 000 Smith, Karan A. LAB 07:30am-11:00am F UPH 000 Smith, Karan A. Welding 3523 WDT110 Industrial Blueprint Reading 3 12:15pm-02:15pm MW WDT 000 Hammond, James R WDT115 GTAW Carbon Pipe 3 07:50am-02:15pm M WDT 000 Thompson, James A WDT115 GTAW Carbon Pipe 3 07:50am-02:15pm Th WDT 000 Thompson, James A WDT155 GTAW Carbon Pipe Lab 3 07:45am-03:15pm T WDT 000 Thompson, James A WDT182 ST-GTAW Pipe Welding 3 07:50am-02:15pm W WDT 000 Thompson, James A WDT218 Certification 3 11:40am-02:50pm MW WDT 000 Thompson, James A WDT221 Pipefitting & Fabrication 3 07:50am-02:15pm F WDT 000 Thompson, James A WDT228 Gas Tungsten Arc Welding 3 12:00pm-02:30pm TTh WDT 000 Hammond, James R WDT258 Certification Lab 3 07:50am-11:35am MW WDT 000 Thompson, James A WDT258 Certification Lab 3 07:50am-11:45am TTh WDT 000 Thompson, James A WDT268 Gas Tungsten Arc Lab 3 07:50am-11:35am MW WDT 000 Hammond, James R WDT280 ST - Gas Tungsten Arc Welding 3 07:50am-11:45am TTh WDT 000 Hammond, James R WDT219 Welding Inspection and Testing 3 05:30pm-06:50pm MTW WDT 000 Hammond, James R WDT258 Certification Lab 3 07:00pm-09:35pm MTW WDT 000 Hammond, James R WDT280 ST-Gas Tungsten Arc Welding 3 06:55pm-09:30pm MTW WDT 000 Hammond, James R. Workplace Skills 3138 WKO101 Workplace Skills Development I 1 10:00am-11:15am T JBC 405 Johnson, Traci L WKO101 Workplace Skills Development I 1 03:00pm-04:15pm W JBC 405 Johnson, Traci L WKO101 Workplace Skills Development I 1 05:15pm-06:30pm Th JBC 405 Troutman, William G. Mini Term I (Five weeks) - May 26-June 25 Automotive Service Technology 3354 AUM212 Adv Elect/Elect Systems 3 TBA TBA AUM 000 Burgett, Stephen D. Mini Term I; Class meets May 26-June 26. Human Services 3377 HUS104 Fundamentals of Health Care 3 08:30am-01:00pm TTh TBH 604 Beck, Susan K. Mini Term I; for class information contact Industrial Electronics Technology 3451 ILT100 Applied Electronic Computations 3 07:45am-09:00am MW ILT 101 Hendrix, William J. Mini Term I; Hybrid class; for class information contact 3544 ILT160 DC Fundamentals 3 09:05am-03:35pm MW ILT 101 Hendrix, William J. Mini Term I; Hybrid class; for class information contact Physical Science 3160 PHS111 Intro to Physical Science I 4 06:00pm-09:15pm W SCI 201 O Leary, Christine Hybrid class; Mini Term I. For class information contact Summer Semester 2015 Schedule of Classes Page 24

27 CRN COURSE COURSE NAME CR TIME DAYS LOCATION INSTRUCTOR Mini Term II (Five weeks) - June 29-July 31 Automotive Manufacturing Technology 3542 AUT102 Manufacturing Fundamentals 3 01:40pm-03:10pm MW ILT 101 Hendrix, William J. Mini Term II; Hybrid class; for class information contact Automotive Service Technology 3355 AUM182 ST-Auto Transmission Diagnosis 2 TBA TBA AUM 000 Burgett, Stephen D. Mini Term II; Hybrid class; for class information contact Diagnostic Medical Sonography 3397 DMS215 Intro to Sono Prin & Instrumen 2 08:00am-03:00pm TBA TBH 303 Sutherland, April C. Mini Term II hybrid; for class information contact Human Services 3625 HUS102 Introduction to Casework 3 08:30am-01:00pm TTH TBH 604 Beck, Susan K. Mini Term II; for class information contact Humanities Online 3315 HUM101I Introduction to Humanities I 3 TBA TBA TBA Sparks, Michael G. Mini Term II, online class. For class information visit Industrial Electronics Technology 3545 ILT161 AC Fundamentals 3 09:05am-03:35pm MW ILT 101 Hendrix, William J. Mini Term II; Hybrid class; contact Philosophy 3319 PHL206I Ethics and Society 3 TBA TBA TBA Walton, Robert L. Online class, Mini Term II. For class information visit Physical Science 3161 PHS112 Physical Science II 4 06:00pm-09:15pm W SCI 201 O Leary, Christine Hybrid class; Mini Term II. For class information contact Truck Drivers Are In Demand! CDL Driver Training 4-Week Program or /Weekend Program Summer Semester 2015 Schedule of Classes Page 25 Tuition assistance is available through WIA by calling the Career Center at (256) Loans are available through Wells Fargo at https://www.wellsfargo.com/student/community-college-loans/ Go to or call (256) for program information

28 ACADEMIC PREP ACT PREP COURSE Online course, six weeks, for dates go to /wscc-wfd FUNDAMENTALS OF CAKE DECORATING (Course I) Supply list will be provided at first class session. Tuesdays, June 9, 16, 23, 30, 5-7:00 p.m. Bailey Center 12th Floor Fee: $35 CULINARY DANCE HIP HOP Michael Lake, Christian hip hop artist, will provide instruction in the basics of hip hop dance. Lake danced and provided choreography for Christian artist Eddie James and provides workshops across the country. This class is a great way to learn something new and burn a few calories. Thursdays, 6:30-7:30 p.m. Burrow Center Choreography Room BALLROOM DANCING Class 1: Tuesdays, May 26-June 30, 7-8:00 p.m. Burrow Choreography Room Class 2: Tuesdays, July 7-August 11, 7-8:00 p.m. Burrow Choreography Room Fee: $30 ADVANCED BALLROOM DANCING Class 1: Tuesdays, May 26-June 30, 6-7:00 p.m. Burrow Choreography Room Class 2: Tuesdays, July 7-August 11, 6-7:00 p.m. Burrow Choreography Room Fee: $30 HEALTH AND WELLNESS WELLNESS CENTER USE FOR SENIORS (55 and older) Registration to this course provides use of the Wellness Center for the Summer Semester. For senior citizens 55 and older. Fee $25 WELLNESS CENTER USE FOR THE COMMUNITY Registration to this course provides use of the Wellness Center for the Summer Semester. Fee: $50 SPECIAL INTEREST INTRODUCTION TO GENEALOGY Find your ancestors! Come discover your past! Learn how to trace your family history and discover where and maybe even how they lived. Find out how to search for information online and from free and paid databases, the census, journals, message boards, libraries, courthouses, and military archives. Wednesday & Thursday, June 3 & 4, 5-8:00 p.m. Basement of WSCC Library Fee: $25 Continuing Education SOUTHERN GENEALOGY The adventure starts here! As you investigate your past learn the many different methods to access information. Each state categorizes their material in different ways so get a road map to help you along your path. Virginia to Alabama will be covered. Wednesday & Thursday, July 8 & 9, 5-8:00 p.m. Basement of WSCC Library Fee: $25 GENEALOGY/CIVIL WAR RESEARCH There s no limit to what you can discover about your ancestors! This class will take you to the next level as you continue your discover into your ancestor s lives through the Civil War! Wednesday & Thursday, July 1 & 2, 5-8:00 p.m. Basement of WSCC Library Fee: $25 GENEALOGY AND THE COMPUTER Unlock the secrets to your past as you search the internet for your ancestors. Learn how to navigate the many avenues on your road to discovery. Gather information on which sites are reputable and which sites to avoid. Both free and subscription with some basic computer secrets useful in any research. Wednesday & Thursday, June 17 & 18, 5-8:00 p.m. Basement of WSCC Library Fee: $25 ADVANCED GENEALOGY AND BOOK PUBLISHING There s no limit to what you can discover about your ancestors! This class will give you the basics of book publishing with some tips on research sources that will make your ancestors more than just vital statistics and how to overcome your last road blocks. Learn how to publish your findings for others to enjoy. Wednesday & Thursday, July 22 & 23, 5-8:00 p.m. Basement of WSCC Library Fee: $25 COMPUTERS FOR SENIORS This course is for the beginner and is designed to introduce you to the computer. Basic functions of Microsoft Windows will be covered along with adjusting personal computer settings. You will also be introduced to the Internet and . The instructor is skilled at teaching those with little or no experience with computers. Class is limited to 12 students. Course 1: June 2-4, 1:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m. Computer Science Lab 9 Course 2: July 7-9, 1:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m. Computer Science Lab 9 Fee: $25 ADVANCED COMPUTERS FOR SENIORS Building on the previous course, students will now learn more about the Internet and how to send s with attachments. Microsoft Word will be covered as well. Class is limited to 12 students. Course 1: June 16-18, 1:30 p.m.-430 p.m. Computer Science Lab 9 Course 2: July 21-23, 1:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Computer Science Lab 9 Fee: $25 WELLNESS CENTER USE FOR SENIORS (55 and older) Registration to this course provides use of the Wellness Center for the Summer Semester. For senior citizens 55 and older. Fee: $25 Register online at by calling or ing Registration should be made at least three days prior to the first day of class. Continuing Education policies are found at Summer Semester 2015 Schedule of Classes Page 26

29 HOME DECORATING SEWING Learn to create decorative pillows, table runners, and more to enhance the beauty of your home. Students may use their own fabric. Taught by Karan Smith, Upholstery Instructor. Wednesdays, May 27-July 1, 3-5:00 p.m. Upholstery Department. Fee: $55 Continuing Education DEFENSIVE DRIVING GOT A TICKET? Classes are available once a month for those interested in meeting the requirements of the courts. Dates are available by calling Location: Bailey Center 9th Floor Room 911 Fee: $35 Training for Business and Industry CDL TRAINING Commercial Truck Driver Class A four week instructional program that prepares individuals to apply technical knowledge and skills to drive trucks and buses, delivery vehicles, for-hire vehicles, and other commercial vehicles. Schedule: Monday-Thursday. Call for dates Fee: $2,500. WIA approved (Financial assistance available through the Career Center) Location: Diesel Mechanics Call for available class dates SHORT-TERM WELDING This 225-hour course provides basic instruction in oxy-fuel cutting (torch cutting) and the student s choice of shielded metal arc welding (stick welding), MIG wire welding process or TIG process. Schedule: Monday-Wednesday, 5:30-9:30 p.m. (enroll at any time) Fee $2,000, WIA approved (Financial assistance available through the Career Center) Location: Welding Department Call for available class dates SERVSAFE TEST-PREP & CERTIFICATION COURSE Participants will gain valuable knowledge in the following areas: sanitation, the flow of food, purchasing and receiving, storing foods, safety, food preparation, facilities and equipment, regulatory agencies and inspection, and crisis management. The program is designed specifically for food-handling employees of restaurants, hospitals, nursing homes, schools, daycares, and other food service professionals. The intensive 8-hour courses are conducted in two consecutive sessions, ending with the certification exam (must attend both classes to test). Class Schedule: Course 1: June 15, 16 & 22 Course 2: July 13, 14 $ 20 Fee $150 (includes textbooks & certification exam) Location: Culinary Department BUSINESS, COMPUTER & ACCOUNTING GRANT WRITING (Online) Online course, six weeks, for dates go to /wscc-wfd CREATING WEBPAGES Online course, six weeks, for dates go to /wscc-wfd ACCOUNTING FUNDAMENTALS Online course, six weeks, for dates go to /wscc-wfd INRODUCTION TO SQL Online course, six weeks, for dates go to /wscc-wfd INTRODUCTION TO MICROSOFT EXCEL 2007, 2013 OR 2013 Online course, six weeks, for dates go to /wscc-wfd AND MORE! Online course, six weeks, for dates go to /wscc-wfd Short-Term Health Programs PHLEBOTOMY TECHNICIAN 7 week program This course is designed to train individuals to collect quality blood samples properly from patients and interact with health care personnel. Clinical externships will be coordinated after class completion. Fee: $1, plus $11.50 insurance fee (includes textbook and exam fee). WIA approved Location: Tom Bevill Health Building Room 506 Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5-8:00 p.m.; call for next class date. CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANT 10 week program Certified nursing assistants (CNA) work at the direction of nurses to provide basic patient care and play a critical role in successful health care by extending the capability of nurses and doctors to provide better patient care. CNA classes will train individuals to assess patient needs, to interact effectively with the patient, and to make observations regarding a patient s condition and state of mind. The 26 hour clinical rotation will be on the three Saturdays at the end of the program. Fee: $790 plus $15 insurance fee (includes textbook and exam fee). WIA approved Location: Nursing Building, Room 202 Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5-9:00 p.m.; call for next class date. CPR-HEALTHCARE PROVIDER Thursday,May 21, 5:30-8:30 p.m., Bevill 615 Thursday, June 4, 5:30-8:30 p.m., Bevill 615 Tuesday,June 16, 5:30-8:30 p.m., Bevill 615 Tuesday, July 7, 5:30-8:30 p.m., Bevill 615 Thursday, July 23, 5:30-8:30 p.m., Bevill 615 Fee: $50 Register online at by calling or ing Registration should be made at least three days prior to the first day of class. Continuing Education policies are found at Summer Semester 2015 Schedule of Classes Page 27

30 Short-Term Health Programs MEDICAL ASSISTING REVIEW Wallace State Community College will offer an online Medical Assisting Review Course/Continuing Education Course beginning June 1-July 6, The cost of the course is $130, participants will be required to purchase MA Review Notes-Exam Certification Pocket Guide F.A. Davis Company ISBN 13: (ISBN 10: ). The course is designed for two specific groups: 1. To assist the participant in preparing for a medical assisting credentialing examination. 2. Offer continuing education units (CEU) to keep CMA (AAMA) credential current. Only participants who meet the qualifications for completion of a medical assisting credentialing exam or recertification by continuing education for CMA (AAMA) credential are allowed to register for the course. Review the current guidelines for Certified Medical Assistant CMA (AAMA), Registered Medical Assistant-RMA, Certified Clinical Medical Assistant-CCMA, and National Certified Medical Assistant -NCMA. Completion of this course does not in any way determine the pass/fail outcome of national exams. The course is designed as a preparatory review. In an effort to assure that participants receive the best value from this course, we ask that you provide documentation from your employer (on company letterhead) of your eligibility to take the course including contact information for your supervisor and medical assistant educational training certificate/diploma or for AAMA CEU s a copy of your current CMA (AAMA) certificate. Please send documentation to Once the qualifying documentation is received, you will be authorized to register for the course. An notification will be sent when you are able to register. This program has been granted prior approval by the American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA) for 20 continuing education units. Granting approval in no way constitutes endorsement by the AAMA of the program content or the program s sponsor. Fee: $130 Date: June 1-July 6. PHYSICAL THERAPY JURISPRUDENCE This CEU (2 contact hours) workshop will help you to achieve this requirement and remind you of the important ins and outs of Alabama physical therapy practice. Upon completion participants will be able to: Discuss the structure and functions of the Alabama PT Practice Act and Administrative Code. Articulate your role in physical therapy practices as well as the role of others with whom you work. Describe the legal physical therapy practitioner in terms of character and responsibilities. Distinguish between legal and ethical violations with clinical scenarios. Date:: Tuesday, July 28, 4-6:30 p.m. Location: Bevill Building, 3rd Floor Fee: $75 NEW! ONLINE SHORT-TERM HEALTH COURSES New Online E-Learning Health Care Courses! The following courses are available anytime: Pharmacy Technician - Student Tuition: $1,299 Clinical Medical Assistant - Student Tuition: $2,499 Dental Assisting - Student Tuition: $1,299 Medical Billing & Coding - Student Tuition: $1,399 Medical Coding ICD-10 - Student Tuition: $999 EKG Technician - Student Tuition: $1,299 Electronic Health Records Management - Student Tuition: $1,299 Phlebotomy Technician - Student Tuition: $1,299 Medical Administrative - Student Tuition: $1,299 Dialysis Technician - Student Tuition: $1,299 Medical Terminology - Student Tuition: $499 ECG/EKG Course for Nurses - Student Tuition: $699 NOTE: ask us about national or state certification and clinical externship opportunities through these courses. Visit us online at to experience a Course Demo and to learn more about these exciting new programs. For addition information, please contact Wallace State Community College at Summer Youth Classes All courses $25, plus supplies UPCYCLED TREE PAINTING Come learn to use recycled lids in your art! Local artist Laura Willingham Walker will teach you paint a tree and to use recycled lids to complete your upcycled art project (example at right). Start saving caps and lids to use now! Date: Tuesday, June 13, 1-4:00 p.m. Location: Art Shop Around the Corner, Cullman Fee: $25 for class, plus $10 for supplies. (Supplies will be available at the class. Please save lids to use on your painting.) Register online at by calling or ing Registration should be made at least three days prior to the first day of class. Continuing Education policies are found at Summer Semester 2015 Schedule of Classes Page 28

31 Summer Youth Classes PALETTE KNIFE PAINTING Learn to paint with a palette knife! Local artist Laura Willingham Walker will be teaching how to paint a textured oil painting of an owl using a palette knife. Date: Thursday, June 25, 1-4:00 p.m. Location: Art Shop Around the Corner, Cullman Fee: $25 for class, plus $10 for supplies. (Supplies will be available at the class.) HIP HOP DANCE Learn the basic movies from Christian Hip Hop artist Michael Lake. No supplies required. Grades 6-8, Tuesday, June 16 & 23, 1-3:00 p.m., Burrow Choreography Room Grades 9-12, Thursday, June 18 & 25, 1-3:00 p.m., Burrow Choreography Room Fee: $25 DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY Go on a photographic safari on the campus of Wallace State after learning the basics of taking a good photograph from local photographer Theresa Burns. Bring your own camera and comfortable shoes. No supplies required. Date: Wednesday, June 17, 1-4:00 p.m., Bailey Center 9th Floor Fee: $25 ETIQUETTE & SELF CONFIDENCE Are you ever curious about which fork to use when attending a formal dinner? Have you ever wondered about how to give the proper handshake? Let Faith Landers Woods, Certified Etiquette Instructor, teach you the basics of dining skills, how to project self-confidence and positive image and bolster self-confidence in a professional setting. There will be a question and answer session to address your modern day etiquette concerns. Monday, June 29, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., Bailey Center 12th floor. Fee: $25 PAGEANT PREP Are you interested in learning about pageant preparation? Do you need help with self-projection and presentation skills? Our ladies pageant class will cover interview skills, image and communicative standards for competing in the state of Alabama. Faith Landers Woods, Certified Etiquette, Image, and Protocol Consultant, will lead the class. Woods has four years of etiquette consulting experience and has had private clients entered in and achieve Top 10 in the Miss Alabama Pageant System. She has also consulted for local pageants at the junior, high school, and collegiate levels. Ladies will focus on group instruction and individual activities. Whether you are involved in the pageant system or not, this ladies class offers many tips that are helpful to know in personal and professional settings and is presented in a relaxed atmosphere. Tuesday, June 30, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., Bailey Center 12th Floor Fee: $30 Register online at by calling or ing Registration should be made at least three days prior to the first day of class. Continuing Education policies are found at Summer 2015 Alumni Association Events May 15 - Antique Bargain Hunting Trip 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Antique Bargain Hunting Trip to East Alabama: Includes stops in Albertville, Boaz, Rainbow City and more, visiting five to six antique and thrift stores. Fee: $20 includes transportation and afternoon snacks; lunch not provided. For more information or to register: The trip is open to the public. June Tour of Cape Cod & the Islands Trip includes airfare, six nights accommodations, all transportation to and from airport and while on tour, nine meals, all admissions, baggage handling, and transfers. For more information or to register: The trip is open to the public. public. For more information or to register: July 17 - Alumni Association Fun at Lake Winnepesaukah Amusement Park, Chattanooga, TN 7 a.m. 6 p.m. Trip includes transportation to and from Chattanooga, unlimited rides in amusement park and SoakYa waterpark, and a picnic lunch at the park. Participants under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Fee: $75 per person. For more information or to register: wsccalumni.org/familyfun15. The trip is open to the June 15 - Preparing to Take the ACT Test Workshop This workshop will assist you in learning strategies to improve your test-taking approach and will provide a brush up on test components including Math, Science Reasoning, English and Reading. Preparing for the test, what to expect on test day, and practice exam questions in each subject area will be included in the session. Fee: $50 for workshop only, $75 for workshop and a Princeton Review Cracking the ACT 300+ page take-home workbook. For more information about the Alumni Association or to join the organization visit or call Natalie Godwin at You do not have to be a graduate or have attended WSCC to join and support the organization and, in turn, scholarships for students. NEW GRADUATES: You receive at FREE one-year membership to the WSCC Alumni Association! To register or for more information about these events, open to members and non-members alike, call , or visit Ask about joining the Alumni Association! Summer Semester 2015 Schedule of Classes Page 29

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