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1 Truckee Meadows Community College 2015 summer Class Schedule» schedule.tmcc.edu View the most current class listings online. Classes are updated daily. Truckee Meadows Community College 7000 Dandini Boulevard Reno, Nevada

2 I am pleased to welcome you to Truckee Meadows Community College. At TMCC, you will find many outstanding academic programs designed to prepare you for a successful career, transfer to a baccalaureate program, or explore lifelong learning opportunities. Our faculty and staff strive to provide the best possible learning experience for you, our student. Here you will find a welcoming and supportive college environment conducive to sharing, appreciating and respecting a wide range of ideas, backgrounds and cultures. Our instructors provide a personal touch, whether it is in small classes that allow discussion and interaction, or in online courses to accommodate your job schedule and family needs. I also want to challenge you as a student to become an active member of our college community. Get to know the faculty and staff. They have a wealth of knowledge, and their experiences will undoubtedly enrich your time with us. We are all here to help, and we welcome the opportunity to assist you in every way possible. We are very proud of our college, which includes five beautiful campuses and educational centers. We work continually to update our equipment and facilities to provide top notch learning tools and technology. We hope you ll contact the college through our many online resources to get more information. If you need any further assistance, please contact us at Sincerely, President s Welcome Maria C. Sheehan Dr. Maria Sheehan TMCC President Please go online for the latest schedule schedule.tmcc.edu 1

3 Vision, Mission, Getting Started, & table of Contents Vision: Truckee Meadows Community College creates the future by changing lives. Mission: Truckee Meadows Community College promotes student success, academic excellence and access to lifelong learning by supporting high quality education and services within our diverse community. Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents Kevin Page, Chair Ron Knecht Rick Trachok, Vice Chair James Dean Leavitt Dr. Andrea Anderson Kevin C. Melcher Robert J. Blakely Dr. Jack Lund Schofield Cedric Crear Allison Stephens Dr. Mark W. Doubrava Michael Wixom Dr. Jason Geddes Daniel J. Klaich, NSHE Chancellor to get started at TMCC Apply online today at apply.tmcc.edu. For help or more information, you can: Live Chat online at with a TMCC representative Call to talk with someone in our Welcome Center Stop by Red Mountain Building, Dandini Campus, room 115 to get in-person assistance Table of Contents President s Welcome...1 Vision, Mission, Getting Started, & Table of Contents...2 Skills Certificates at TMCC...3 Transfer Degrees...4 Occupational and/or Technological Degrees...5 Important Dates for How to Enroll in Classes (Returning)...8 College Resources and Web Links...9 Policies Catalog...11 Class Locations...12 Site Location Map...13 Workforce Development and Continuing Education...15 Tuition and Fees...15 Summer Semester Class Offerings Please go online for the latest schedule schedule.tmcc.edu

4 Skills Certificates at TMCC Skills certificates at TMCC are designed to ensure that students completing all of the requirements are prepared to take state, national or industry recognized certification or licensing examinations. These programs provide training for entry level positions or career advancement instruction. As such, they are shorter and narrower in focus than Certificate of Achievement or Associate Degree programs. These programs are ideal for high school graduates, individuals exploring new career options or skills advancement. Please note that while Skills Certificate programs at TMCC provide the training and instruction for students, TMCC does not provide the certification nor does TMCC guarantee that a student will pass the certification/licensing exam. Please contact the appropriate department for information on TMCC Skills Certificates. TMCC PRIVACY NOTICE FOR PRINTED MATERIALS In accordance with institutional policy and the U.S. Family Education Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), Truckee Meadows Community College vigorously protects the privacy of student education records. The institution does not release private records of individual students, such as grades and class schedules, without prior written consent of the student. As permitted under federal law, the sole exception to the above practice is the release of directory information considered to be public in nature and not generally deemed to be an invasion of privacy. At Truckee Meadows Community College the following categories are defined as directory information: student name, address, telephone number, semesters of enrollment, full-time/ part-time status, degree(s) awarded, emphasis field(s) and date(s) of graduation. Students have the right to request non-disclosure of directory information. If they do not restrict release of this information, it is probable that the information will be released and disclosed. Truckee Meadows Community College uses directory information for non-commercial, educational purposes, such as to mail notices to students about changes in policies, services or opportunities. Directory information may also be provided by commercial purposes to businesses affiliated with the institution, honor societies, the alumni association and foundation, or other individuals for purposes that may be beneficial to students. The institution exercises discretion in responding to requests for directory information and may or may not provide such information when requested, depending on the intended purpose of the request. The institution does not sell or rent student information for a fee. It is important to consider carefully the potential consequences of restricting the release of directory information. If a student restricts release for non-commercial educational purposes, the institution will be unable to place the student s name in publications such as honors and graduation programs; to confirm graduation and dates of attendance to potential employers; to verify enrollment with organizations such as insurance companies; or to send notifications about specialized scholarships without the express written authorization of the student. If, after due consideration, you wish to restrict the release of directory information, complete this form and submit it to the office of admissions and records. This directive will apply permanently to your record until you choose to reverse it by submitting a written authorization. Do not disclose my information for commercial purposes. Do not disclose my information for non-commercial, education purposes. Do not disclose my information for both commercial and non-commercial purposes. Printed name Signature Student ID Date I understand that this will apply permanently to my record until I choose to reverse it by submitting written authorization to the Registrar, Truckee Meadows Community College, 7000 Dandini Blvd., Reno, NV Please go online for the latest schedule schedule.tmcc.edu 3

5 Transfer Degrees Associate of Arts/Associate of Science The Associate of Arts (AA) and the Associate of Science (AS) degrees are designed for students who plan to transfer to a four-year college or university for a baccalaureate degree. Students planning to transfer prior to completing a transfer degree should refer to the catalog of the transfer institution or applicable transfer agreement. Satisfactory completion of the degree guarantees fulfillment of lower-division general education requirements at UNR, UNLV or NSC. Students who intend to transfer to other institutions should consult an advisor or follow the catalog of the transfer institution. Courses with a C or D designator or courses with a number less than 100 are not applicable toward the degree. These degrees fulfill the first 2 years of Baccalaureate degrees at universities in the Nevada System of Higher Education (NSHE). Transfer degrees at TMCC are offered in the following academic areas: Associate of Arts Anthropology Architecture Art History Business Criminal Justice Dance Early Childhood Education English Entrepreneurship Fine Arts History Logistics Management Music Musical Theater Philosophy Psychology Secondary Education Theater Spanish Associate of Science Biology Chemistry Community Health Science Computer Science Dental Hygiene Dietetics Integrated Elementary Education with Specializations Secondary Education Engineering Environmental Science Geoscience Mathematics Physics 4 Please go online for the latest schedule schedule.tmcc.edu

6 Occupational and/or Technological Degrees Occupational and/or Technological Degrees The Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree is a non-transfer degree designed for students who seek employment and/or certification in their chosen academic and/or career emphases. Student learning outcomes for specific degrees, emphases, and certificates of achievement are located on the corresponding worksheets within the catalog. For students desiring a shorter course of study, TMCC offers certificates of achievement in many occupational areas. The Associate of General Studies (AGS) degree at TMCC is designed as a non-transfer degree for students who desire a wellrounded education for personal interest or further academic and/or career goals. Associate of Applied Science degrees at TMCC are offered in the following academic areas: Associate of General Studies (AGS) Associate of Applied Science Administrative Professional Apprenticeship* Automotive Certified Technician Business Civil Engineering Practitioner Computer Programming Construction Management Culinary Arts Dental Assisting Diesel Technician Dietetic Technician Drafting Early Childhood Education Administration of Early Care and Education Programs Early Childhood Education Infant/Toddler Early Childhood Education Preschool Fire Science Technology Food Processing Technology Geothermal Energy Graphic Communications HVAC/R Law Enforcement Logistics Management Machining Network and Server Technologies Nursing Paralegal/Law Production Systems Production Technician Radiologic Technology Residential Design Solar Energy Veterinary Technology Web Development Welding Wind Energy Certificate of Achievement Administrative Professional Apprenticeship* Automotive ASE Technician Automotive General Service Technician Baking and Pastry Bookkeeping Business Computer Technologies Computer Numeric Controlled (CNC) Machining Culinary Arts Dental Assisting, Full-time/Part-time Diesel General Service Technician Drafting Technology Entrepreneurship Fire Science General Studies Geothermal Plant Operator Graphic Communications Health Sciences HVAC/R Industrial Systems Technology Logistics Logistics Technician Medical Imaging for Re-Entry Radiographers Music Paramedic Theater Web Design Fast-Track Welding Technology *Apprenticeship Programs are available in the following fields: Bricklayers/Tilesetters, Ironwork, Painting, Carpentry, Electrical, Operating Engineer, Plastering and cement mason, plumbers and pipefitters, sheet metal workers. Contact the department for more information. Please go online for the latest schedule schedule.tmcc.edu 5

7 Important Dates for 2015 March 2015 Deadline for students opting out of directory information...sun, Mar. 1 TMCC Limited Services - Spring Break... Sat, Mar Fri, Mar 20 Registration for continuing students begins for 2015 Summer Session...Mon, Mar. 30 April 2015 Applications for 2015 Spring graduation due in A&R...Wed, Apr. 1 Registration for new students begins for 2015 Summer Session... Thu, Apr. 2 Last day to withdraw from a 2015 Spring Semester class...wed, Apr. 8 Registration for 2015 Fall Semester begins for continuing students... Mon, Apr. 27 Registration for 2015 Fall Semester begins for new students...thu, Apr. 30 May Spring Semester instruction ends... Sun, May 17 Fees due for 2015 Summer Session classes by 4 p.m... Wed, May 20 Commencement... Fri, May Spring Semester grades available on MyTMCC... Fri, May 22 April 2015 Applications for Spring 2015 graduation due in A&R...Wed, Apr. 1 Registration for new students begins for Summer Thu, Apr. 2 Last day to withdraw from a Spring 2015 class...wed, Apr. 8 Last day to audit Spring 2015 classes...wed, Apr. 8 Registration for Fall 2015 begins for continuing students... Mon, Apr. 27 Registration for Fall 2015 begins for new students...thu, Apr. 30 May 2015 Spring 2015 instruction ends... Sun, May 17 Fees due for Summer 2015 classes by 4 p.m... Wed, May 20 Commencement... Fri, May 22 Spring 2015 grades available on MyTMCC... Fri, May 22 TMCC Closed - Memorial Day Holiday...Mon, May 25 Summer 2015 first term classes begin...tue, May 26 Last day to Add for Summer 2015, first term classes...tue, May 26 Last day for 100% refund for full semester classes for Summer 2015, first term; for non-full semester classes refer to refund policy...tue, May 26 Last day to change degree emphasis for Summer Tue, May 26 Last day to change to Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory for Summer 2015, first term classes...wed, June 15 June 2015 Applications for Summer graduation due in A&R...Mon, Jun. 1 Last day to withdraw from a Summer Session first term class... Mon, Jun. 15 Last day to audit Summer 2015, first term classes... Mon, Jun. 15 Summer 2015 first term classes end...fri, Jun. 26 Summer 2015 second term classes begin... Mon, Jun Please go online for the latest schedule schedule.tmcc.edu

8 Important Dates for 2015 Last day to Add for Summer 2015 second term... Mon, Jun. 29 Last day for 100% refund for full semester classes for Summer 2015, second term; for non-full semester classes refer to refund policy... Mon, Jun. 29 July 2015 TMCC Closed - Independence Day Holiday...Fri, Jul. 3 Summer 2015 first term grades available on MyTMCC...Fri, Jul. 3 Last day to audit Summer 2015 second term classes...mon, Jul. 20 Last day to change to Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory for Summer 2015 second term classes...mon, Jul. 20 Last day to withdraw from a Summer 2015 second term class...mon, Jul. 20 Last day to turn in Exception to Refund for Spring Thu, Jul. 30 Summer 2015 second term classes end... Fri, Jul. 31 August 2015 Summer 2015 second term grades available on MyTMCC...Fri, Aug. 7 Fees due for Fall 2015 registration by 4 p.m... Mon, Aug. 17 (Note: Students registering for classes after Aug. 17 have 48 hours to pay Fall fees upon registration.) Fall 2015 classes begin... Sat, Aug. 22 In-state residency applications for continuing students due by 5 p.m. for Fall 2015 classes... Fri., Aug. 28 Last day for 100% refund for full semester classes for Fall 2015; for non-full semester classes refer to refund policy... Fri, Aug. 28 Last day to add a class for Fall Fri, Aug. 28 Last day change degree emphasis for Fall Fri, Aug. 28 September 2015 TMCC Closed Labor Day Holiday...Mon, Sept. 7 Last day for 50% refund for full semester classes for Fall 2015; for non-full semester classes refer to refund policy... Fri, Sept. 11 Deadline for opting out of directory information disclosure... Fri, Sept. 23 October 2015 Last day to audit Fall 2015 classes... Wed, Oct. 28 Last day to change to Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory for Fall 2015 classes... Wed, Oct. 28 Last day to withdraw from a Fall 2015 class... Wed, Oct. 28 TMCC Closed Nevada Day... Fri, Oct. 30 November 2015 Applications for Fall graduation due in A&R...Mon, Nov. 2 TMCC Closed Veterans Day...Wed, Nov. 11 Registration for Spring and Winter 2016 begins for continuing students... Mon, Nov. 16 Registration for Spring and Winter 2016 begins for new students...thu, Nov. 19 TMCC Closed Thanksgiving Holidays... Thur, Nov Sun, Nov. 29 December 2015 Fall instruction ends... Sun, Dec. 13 Fall grades available on MyTMCC...Fri, Dec. 18 TMCC Limited Services - Winter Break... Fri, Dec. 25 Sun, Jan 3, 2016 Please go online for the latest schedule schedule.tmcc.edu 7

9 How to Enroll in Classes (Returning) 1. Go to MyTMCC. 2. Enter your TMCC username and password. 3. Click on Student Center. 4. Click on Search for Classes, located in the upper right corner. 5. Select the correct term (e.g. Summer 2014). 6. Type the Prefix of the class that you are trying to find (e.g. ENG) or click Select Subject. 7. Type the number of the class you are trying to find (e.g. 101). 8. Click Search. 9. Click on the green triangle next to the course to expand the section list. 10. Review the days, locations and dates. 11. Click Select Class. 12. Click Next to add the class to your shopping cart. 13. Go to your Shopping Cart; select the courses you want, and click Enroll. 14. Click Finish Enrolling. 8 Please go online for the latest schedule schedule.tmcc.edu

10 College Resources and Web Links Admissions & Records RDMT Adult Basic Education MDWS S Academic Advisement RDMT Book Store Student Center Career Services RDMT Child Care CCC Counseling RDMT Disability Resource Center RDMT Financial Aid RDMT Fitness Center RDMT Library (Sturm) SIER Re-Entry Program RDMT Math Skills Center RDMT Student Government RDMT Testing Services RDMT TMCC Police Department RDMT or 911 Tutoring & Learning VSTA B Veteran s Benefis RDMT Veterans Upward Bound MDWS WebCollege SIER A-Z Site Index Academic Advising advisement.tmcc.edu Academic Calendar calendar.tmcc.edu Aleks Canvas tmcc.instructure.com Class Schedule schedule.tmcc.edu Course Catalog catalog.tmcc.edu Dates and Deadlines Faculty and Staff Directory people.tmcc.edu Fees fees.tmcc.edu Financial Aid financialaid.tmcc.edu Library library.tmcc.edu Online Student Support & Tutorials Math Skills Center Student Government Association sga.tmcc.edu Tutoring and Learning Center tutoring.tmcc.edu Username and Password Recovery webapps.tmcc.edu/selfservice WebCollege webcollege.tmcc.edu Writing Center writingcenter.tmcc.edu Please go online for the latest schedule schedule.tmcc.edu 9

11 Policies Remedial Policy All degree-seeking students who place into developmental/remedial coursework must take the prescribed sequence of courses until remediation is completed. Students requiring remediation must complete all required coursework prior to completion of 30 college-level credits unless otherwise authorized by the institution. Developmental/remedial coursework does not apply to degree requirements. Academic Standard Policy First-time degree-seeking students who score on the ACCUPLACER Exam below standards in reading or arithmetic will be limited to 9 credits or less per term. This policy is for your success. When you are proficient in Reading and Math, you will be more successful with college-level material. Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory Grades Students may choose to take any course for S/U. S = A, B, or C U = D or F The course will not be calculated in the grade point average (GPA), but no course taken for a satisfactory/unsatisfactory grade (except those offered S/U ONLY) may be used to satisfy any TMCC general education or division core requirement. A maximum of six elective credits graded S/U may be used to satisfy credit requirements for any degree or certificate earned at TMCC. FERPA Postsecondary officials are regularly asked to balance the interests of safety and privacy for individual students. While the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) generally requires institutions to ask for written consent before disclosing a student s personally identifiable information, it also allows colleges and universities to take key steps to maintain college safety. Understanding the law empowers school officials to act decisively and quickly when issues arise. For more information about FERPA, please visit and search for FERPA. 10 Please go online for the latest schedule schedule.tmcc.edu

12 Catalog The TMCC catalog is located at catalog.tmcc.edu. Bookmark and visit the site regularly to help stay on track for graduation. The TMCC Catalog houses all of the program worksheets which give you information on which classes to take to complete a degree or certificate. Catalog Year The catalog year selected may not be more than six years old. Choose from the following: 1. Matriculation: The catalog year in which you initially enroll at TMCC. 2. Degree Declaration: The catalog year in which you officially declare a degree, emphasis or certificate. 3. First Offered: If a degree or emphasis is offered for the first time after you have enrolled, you may follow the catalog year in which the degree or emphasis is first offered. 4. Graduation: The catalog year in which you will graduate. Notes: Summer session is included in the previous course catalog year, i.e., summer 2014 would be under the course catalog. Some degrees require students to declare the current course catalog. For example, health science degrees require students to follow the catalog in which they are accepted to the program. Just recommended, not required Required Suggested course sequence Sample Degree Worksheet Please go online for the latest schedule schedule.tmcc.edu 11

13 Class Locations Class Locations Classes are held on the Dandini Campus (RDMT, SIER and VSTA buildings), the TMCC IGT Applied Technology Center (EDSN), Meadowood Center (MDWS) and the High Tech Center at Redfield (HTCR). Others are held at various locations throughout the community. Check your class listing for location and verify the address on this page. Maps of the TMCC locations are available online at maps.tmcc.edu. BTBA Building To Be Announced CCC E.L. Cord Foundation Child Care Center, TMCC Dandini Campus, Reno EDSN TMCC IGT Applied Technology Center, 475 Edison Way, Reno HHS Hug High School HOSP A hospital location to be arranged HTCR Health Science Center (previously High Tech Center at Redfield), Wedge Parkway, Building B, Reno ICDA Charter High School (I Can Do Anything), 1195 Corporate Boulevard, Suite C, Reno MDWS Meadowood Center (So. Building), 5270 Neil Road, Reno MQHS McQueen High School, 6055 Lancer Street, Reno NVDA Nevada Dance Academy, 1790 West 4th Street, Suite B, Reno OFFCMPS Off Campus, Call Department RC-A Redfield Center, UNR Building, Wedge Parkway, Building A, Reno RDMT Red Mountain Building, TMCC Dandini Campus, 7000 Dandini Boulevard, Reno RLGC Rosewood Lakes Golf Course, 6800 Pembroke Drive, Reno RPAC TMCC Nell J. Redfield Foundation Performing Arts Center, 505 Keystone Avenue, Reno RT Reno Taekwondo, 7689 South Virginia Street, Reno RTBA Room To Be Announced RTC Regional Public Safety Training Center, 5190 Spectrum Boulevard, Reno RTI Regional Technical Institute SHS Sparks High School, th Street, Sparks SIER Sierra Building, TMCC Dandini Campus, 7000 Dandini Boulevard, Reno SMRC St. Mary s Regional Medical Center, 235 West 6th Street, Reno SMRG Smithridge Elementary School, 4801 Neil Road, Reno TBA Location To Be Announced UNR University of Nevada, Reno UNR-USBM University of Nevada, Reno, U.S. Bureau of Mines, 1664 North Virginia Street, Reno VSTA Vista Building, TMCC Dandini Campus, 7000 Dandini Boulevard, Reno WHS Wooster High School, 1331 East Plumb Lane, Reno WMC Renown Health (formerly Washoe Medical Center), 77 Pringle Way, Reno YOGA Yoga Loka, 6135 Lakeside Drive, Reno 12 Please go online for the latest schedule schedule.tmcc.edu Campus Locations Dandini Campus 7000 Dandini Boulevard, Reno IGT Applied Tech Center 475 Edison Way, Reno Health Science Center Wedge Parkway, Building B, Reno Regional Pub Safety Train Center 5190 Spectrum Boulevard, Reno Meadowood Center (South) 5270 Neil Road, Reno Redfield Performing Arts Center 505 Keystone Avenue, Reno

14 Site Location Map HEALTH SCIENCE CENTER Please go online for the latest schedule schedule.tmcc.edu 13

15 How to Read the Class Schedule Department Department Phone # Department Location Class Prefix and # Class Title Credit # TMCC Dandini Campus TMCC Dandini Campus Call # Section # Class Times Class Days Campus Location Class Dates Notes (or other important information) P = Traditional Course Traditional classes involve traditional, in-person classroom instruction. 14 Please go online for the latest schedule schedule.tmcc.edu Please note: any of your traditional classes may require the use of an online component. Please make sure you activate your student account. HY = Hybrid Course Hybrid classes are a blend of both traditional, in-person classroom instruction as well as web-based instruction. IS = Independent Study Independent study classes are subject to special approval. See the department for details. = Web/Online Course You need access to a computer and to the Internet. Classes open to students the first Monday of the semester. You should complete an online tutorial prior to the start of classes. To access the tutorial, visit webcollege.tmcc.edu. For additional information, call

16 Workforce Development and Continuing Education Non-credit professional classes start weekly Our courses are designed to give you a professional edge whether you re strengthening your software skills or earning a career certificate. In addition, many of our programs qualify for financial assistance through Job Opportunities in Nevada (JOIN) and the Community Services Agency (CSA). Sampling of Summer 2015 Programs Grant Writing Certificate Massage Therapy Certificate Herbal Studies Certificate WordPress Webmaster Certificate Medical Transcription from Home Property Management Small Business Success Boot Camp Professional ESL Power Up Your LinkedIn Profile Facebook for Business Access Excel Quickbooks Word To view WDCE s full lineup of career and professional courses, visit wdce.tmcc.edu or call to have a course guide sent to you. Tuition and Fees Fees and tuition are set by the Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents and are subject to change. Notwithstanding currently posted tuition and fees, all fees, tuition or other charges which students are required to pay each semester are subject to increase by action of the Board of Regents at any time before the commencement of classes (primarily due to budgetary shortfalls). The amount you are charged at the time of registration is not a final bill and may be increased. You will receive a supplemental invoice for any additional amounts which the Board of Regents may impose. Fee changes put in place less than 30 days before commencement of classes will not be subject late fee penalties. Tuition and Fee Schedule For the latest information about tuition and fees, please visit fees.tmcc.edu. Please go online for the latest schedule schedule.tmcc.edu 15

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18 Accounting ACC 135 Bookkeeping I Summer 2015 Class Schedule SIER Air Conditioning AC 102 Refrigeration Theory American Sign Language AM 145 American Sign Language I EDSN 200C RDMT P :20-12:00 MTWTH TMCC Dandini Campus 05/26/15-06/25/15 AM 146 American Sign Language II Prerequisite: AM 145. P :20-12:00 MTWTH TMCC Dandini Campus 06/29/15-07/30/15 Anthropology ANTH 101 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology 4.00 SIER ANTH 201 Peoples and Cultures of the World Art ART 100 Visual Foundations RDMT 334 P :00-1:05 MTWTH TMCC Dandini Campus 05/26/15-06/25/15 Lab Fee: $ Lab Fee: $35.00 Online $15.00 course fee ART 101* Drawing I P :00-1:05 MTWTH TMCC Dandini Campus 05/26/15-06/25/15 Lab Fee: $40.00 ART 102* Drawing II Prerequisite: ART 100 and 101* (formerly ART 121). P :00-1:05 MTWTH TMCC Dandini Campus 05/26/15-06/25/15 Lab Fee: $40.00 ART 160 Art Appreciation Lab Fee: $ ART 211 Ceramics I P :00-1:05 MTWTH TMCC Dandini Campus 05/26/15-06/25/15 Lab Fee: $50.00 ART 212 Ceramics II Prerequisite: ART 100 and 211. P :00-1:05 MTWTH TMCC Dandini Campus 05/26/15-06/25/15 Lab Fee: $50.00 P=In Person, HY=Hybrid, IS = Independent Study, =Web/Online = Night Classes Room assignments will be available two weeks prior to the start of instruction by logging in to MyTMCC Please go online for the latest schedule schedule.tmcc.edu 17

19 Summer 2015 Class Schedule Art ART 263 Survey of African, Oceanic, & Native American Art Lab fee $ Automotive AUTO 101 General Auto RDMT 334 EDSN P :00-4:00 TWTH IGT Applied Tech Center 05/26/15-07/23/15 P Lab Fee: $ :00-9:00 TWTH IGT Applied Tech Center 05/26/15-07/23/15 Lab Fee: $40 AUTO 205 Manual Drive Trains and Axles Prerequisite: AUTO 101 or instructor permission. P :30-9:00 TWTH IGT Applied Tech Center 05/26/15-07/30/15 Lab Fee: $40 Biology BIOL 100 General Biology for Non-Majors 4.00 RDMT Lab Lab BIOL 113 Life in the Ocean Lab BIOL 190 Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology MATH 120 or higher as a pre-requisite OR MATH 126 or higher as a co-requisite AND ENG 101 or 113 as a pre or co-requisite; OR qualifying Accuplacer, SAT or ACT scores for these courses. MATH 126 or higher is recommended for AS degrees. P :00-12:00 MTWTH TMCC Dandini Campus P :00-12:00 MTWTH TMCC Dandini Campus BIOL 190L Introduction to Cell and Molecular Biology Laboratory MATH 120 or higher as a pre-requisite OR MATH 126 or higher as a co-requisite AND ENG 101 or 113 as a pre or co-requisite; OR qualifying Accuplacer, SAT or ACT scores for these courses. MATH 126 or higher is recommended for AS degrees. P Lab 12:40-3:30 MTW TMCC Dandini Campus P Lab 12:40-3:30 MTW TMCC Dandini Campus BIOL 223 Human Anatomy and Physiology I Prerequisite: BIOL 190. Pre or co-requisite: BIOL 190L. P :30-11:30 MTWTH TMCC Dandini Campus Lab 12:15-2:30 MTWTH TMCC Dandini Campus P :30-2:30 MTWTH TMCC Dandini Campus Lab 9:30-11:45 MTWTH TMCC Dandini Campus BIOL 224 Human Anatomy and Physiology II Prerequisite: A grade of 'C' or better in BIOL 223. P Lab 9:30-11:45 MTWTH TMCC Dandini Campus 12:30-2:30 MTWTH TMCC Dandini Campus P Lab 12:15-2:30 MTWTH TMCC Dandini Campus 9:30-11:30 MTWTH TMCC Dandini Campus BIOL 251 General Microbiology Prerequisite: BIOL 190 and 190L. P Lab 1:00-3:50 MTWTH TMCC Dandini Campus 10:15-12:15 MTWTH TMCC Dandini Campus P=In Person, HY=Hybrid, IS = Independent Study, =Web/Online = Night Classes Room assignments will be available two weeks prior to the start of instruction by logging in to MyTMCC 18 Please go online for the latest schedule schedule.tmcc.edu

20 Biology BIOL 251 General Microbiology Prerequisite: BIOL 190 and 190L. P :15-12:15 MTWTH TMCC Dandini Campus Lab 1:00-3:50 MTWTH TMCC Dandini Campus BIOL 290 Internship in Biology Prerequisite: Instructor Approval P TMCC Dandini Campus P TMCC Dandini Campus Chemistry CHEM 100 Molecules and Life in the Modern World Prerequisite: ENG 98R and MATH 96 or qualifying ACCUPLACER, ACT/SAT scores. P :30-3:15 MTWTH TMCC Dandini Campus 05/26/15-06/25/15 Lab 12:30-3:20 F TMCC Dandini Campus 05/29/15-06/19/15 CHEM 121 General Chemistry I Prerequisite: ENG 98R and MATH 120 or equivalent or qualifying ACCUPLACER, ACT/SAT scores. P :30-1:45 MTWTH TMCC Dandini Campus 05/26/15-07/16/15 Lab 2:00-4:50 MW TMCC Dandini Campus 05/27/15-07/15/15 Communications COM 101 Oral Communication Summer 2015 Class Schedule RDMT 331 RDMT 321 RDMT 334 P COM :20-12:40 MTWTH TMCC Dandini Campus 06/29/15-07/30/15 Fundamentals of Speech Communications P HY :20-12:30 MTWTH TMCC Dandini Campus 05/26/15-06/25/ Meadowood Center 12:00-4:00 M Meadowood Center 06/15/15-06/15/15 12:00-4:00 M Meadowood Center 06/08/15-06/08/15 12:00-4:00 M Meadowood Center 06/01/15-06/01/15 12:00-4:00 M Meadowood Center 06/22/15-06/22/15 This is a HYBRID section: part IN-PERSON and part WEB-BASED. Students MUST ATTEND THE IN-PERSON MEETINGS AND SIGN INTO THE WEB-BASED PORTION ON THE FIRST DAY OF CLASS OR RISK BEING DROPPED FOR NON-ATTENDANCE. This course has mandatory meetings at the Health Sciences Center (HSC). These meetings will be held on the following Mondays from 12:00-4:00 PM on 6/1, 6/18, 6/15, and 6/22. Enrolled students must access Canvas on Tuesday, 05/26. Online $15 Course Fee Community Health Sciences CHS 101 Introduction to Community Health Sciences Prerequisite: ENG 98R or higher and MATH 96 or higher, or equivalent placement scores CHS 102 Foundations of Personal Health and Wellness Prerequisite: ENG 98R or higher and MATH 96 or higher, or equivalent placement scores CHS 200 Introduction to Public Health Biology Prerequisite: CHS 101 or BIOL 100 or higher CHS 230 Introduction to Environmental Health Prerequisite: CHS 101 or BIOL 100 or higher, CHEM 100 or higher, or ENV 100 or higher Computer and Office Technology For other computer classes, see also CIT, CS, CSCO and IS. RDMT 331 MDWS 216 P=In Person, HY=Hybrid, IS = Independent Study, =Web/Online = Night Classes Room assignments will be available two weeks prior to the start of instruction by logging in to MyTMCC Please go online for the latest schedule schedule.tmcc.edu 19

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