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1 course schedule summer 2015 Register Now! Summer Session I, III Classes begin June 1ST what s inside COURSE INDEX Academic Calendar Admissions Requirements Advising... 2 Bookstore Hours Cashier s Office Hours... 2 Convocation (Orientation)... 2 Division of Student Affairs & Enrollment anagement Financial Aid Instructional Sites and Codes... 2 Library Services Parking Permits... 4 Payment... 2 Payment by ail... 2 Payment Deadlines... 2 Refund of Tuition and Fees... 2 Registration Student IDs... 2 Student Information Centers... 2 Student Activities & Wellness Summer Session I... 3,6,7 Summer Session II... 4,6,12 Summer Session III... 5,7,16 Testing Tuition... 2 Tutoring Accounting...3,5,8,12,15 Administrative Office Careers...7,8,11,17 American Sign Language and Interpreter Studies...3,4,8,11,17 Anthropology... 3,4 Art... 3,4,5,7,8,11,12 Associate Degree Nursing... 8,16 Astronomy... 8 Automotive Technology...6,11,15 Biology...3,4,5,7,8,11,12,13,14 Business Administration... 3,4,5,8,13,17 Business Computer Systems... 3,4,5,7,11,18 Chemistry... 7,9,11,12,13,14 Child Care and Development College Success... 5,7,9,11,12,13 Computer Information Technologies... 4,5 Computer Science... 3,4,5,6,13,17 Criminal Justice...3,4,7,9,13 Culinary Arts... 13,17 Diesel Technology... 6,11 Drama... 9 Economics...3,4,7,9,13 Education... 3,7,9 Electrician Assistant Electronic and Computer aintenance... 5,7,18 Emergency edical Technology...5,16,17 Engineering... 9,13 English...3,45,7,9,11,12,13,14 Fire Science... 3,4 Geology... 9,13 Government... 3,4,7,9,11,12,13,14 Health and Human Services... 3,4 Health and edical Administrative Services...5,6,8,12,17 Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration History...3,4,5,7,9,11,12,13,15 Humanities...4,7,9,12,13 : nology in s h c e T d e li ologie of App Bachelor Information Techn er and nt Comput anageme y g nt lo o Techn anageme s e ic v r Se nd Health a l a ic d e in d Science e li p p A f o Bachelor tional Leadership Organiza P. 18 Summer Session II Classes begin July 8th Kinesiology...3,4,7,9,14 Law Enforcement... 5 anufacturing Technology... 11, ,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,14,15 edical Assistant Technology edical and Health Service anagement... 3,17 usic... 3,4,8,10,12,14,17 Occupational Therapy Assistant Organizational Leadership... 6 Paralegal... 10,14,15,17 Pharmacy Technology...3,4,8,16 Philosophy...4,5,8,10,14 Physics/Physical Science... 3,4,8,10,12,14,15 Psychology...3,4,5,10,11,12,14,15 Reading...4,5,8,10,11,12,14,15 Sign Language (American)... 10,14 Respiratory therapy... 7,16 Sociology... 4,5,8,10,12,14,15 Spanish... 4,5,8,10,12,14 Speech... 4,5,8,10,11,12,14 Technology anagement... 5,17 Vocational Nursing... 16,17 Welding... 11,12 CAPUSES estc Virtual Campus (formerly Distance Education)... 3 idvalley Campus...6,7,12,16 Nursing and Allied Health Campus...6,7,8,12,16 Pecan Campus...6,7,8,12,17 Starr County Campus...11,14,17 Technology Campus... 6,7,11,15,17 Other COURSE OFFERINGS Continuing, Professional & Workforce Education Hybrid... 6 La Joya Teaching Center SouthTexasCollege.edu

2 Convocation, Student Ids, Payments/Refund/Tuition, Instructional Sites and Codes STUDENT INFORATION CENTERS estc Virtual Campus idvalley Campus Nursing and Allied Health Campus Pecan Campus or Starr County Campus Technology Campus CONVOCATION First Year Connection New Student Convocation The FirstYear Connection is a special orientation for new students to help ease the transition to South Texas College. Bring your family and friends! There will be special sessions for parents and family members in both English and Spanish. NEW STUDENT ORIENTATION IS REQUIRED. For more information and to reserve your seat, logon to or call DON T ISS THE OPPORTUNITY TO: n learn about campus resources n discover fun and educational programs n make new friends n get involved! STUDENT IDs All students are responsible for obtaining an identification card at the time of initial registration with the college. Students should carry it at all times as it must be presented when paying fees, adding or dropping courses, requesting transcripts, and utilizing library, tutoring and technology services. Student identification cards are issued to students free of charge. The identification card replacement fee is $15. Student identification cards are available at campus Student Information Centers district wide. Advising TSI affected students must go through advisement. Accreditation. South Texas College is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges to award the Baccalaureate and Associate degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia or call for questions about the accreditation of South Texas College. Statement of Equal Opportunity. No person shall be excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or be subject to discrimination under any program or activity sponsored or conducted by South Texas College on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, veteran status, or disability. Individuals with disabilities requiring assistance or access to receive these services should contact disability Support Services at (956) Notice. As permitted under section (a)(1)(ii) of the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 as amended, and upon the request of The University of TexasPan American (UTPan Am), South Texas College will forward educational records to UTPan Am for students who seek or intend to enroll at UTPan Am. Directory information of students names, addresses and other personal information is released unless student specifically requests otherwise. This class schedule is a general information publication only. It is not intended to, nor does it contain, all regulations that relate to students. The provisions of this schedule do not constitute a contract, express or implied, between any applicant, student or faculty member and South Texas College. The College reserves the right to withdraw courses at any time, to change fees and tuition, calendar, curriculum, degree requirements, graduation procedures, and any other requirements affecting students. Changes will become effective whenever enacted by the College s administration and will apply to both prospective students and those already enrolled. Alternative Format. This document is available in an alternative format online at While this bulletin was prepared on the basis of the best information available at the time, South Texas College reserves the right to change any information, including tuition and fees, course offerings and admissions requirements without notice or obligation in keeping with policies approved by the Board of Trustees of South Texas College. Published by South Texas College Office of Public Relations and arketing P.O. Box 9701 callen, TX Feb / A / CT PAYENT DUE Enrollment is complete only upon full payment of tuition and fees, financial aid award, or approved installment plan. Stopping payments, dropping a class or withdrawing from South Texas College does not cancel indebtedness to the College. Early Payment Deadline to avoid an additional $60 registration fee: Summer I & III: ay 14, 2015 Summer II: June 12, 2015 Final Payment Deadline: Summer I & III: ay 26, 2015 Summer II: June 30, 2015 Regular Registration Payment Deadline: Payments are due the day you register. Payment Options Installment Plans Available through Summer I & III: June 4, 2015 Summer II: July 13, 2015 Down Payment: $30.00 processing fee plus 50 percent. A Fees Nursing Related Fees, PLUS other nondeferrable fees. Installment due dates on Installment agreements, and Business Office Guide. Installment Plans are available online at https://jagnet4x. southtexascollege.edu and must be renewed each semester. For more information visit the cashiers website at or call the Cashier s Office at or Emergency Loans (Subject to Availability) Tuition & Fee Loan Textbook Loan Available through Summer I & III: June 4, 2015 Summer II: July 13, 2015 Eligibility requirements apply, for more information call Cashiers at Application is available in person only. Refund of Tuition & Fees The College may apply existing credits to the student s delinquent outstanding debt. All students who are eligible for a cash refund will receive the refund or preference selected on JAGCARD. Refunds made in accordance with NACHA (National Agency Clearing House Association) and the erchant Services Agreement (merchant shall make no cash refunds to purchasers on Card sales): If classes are paid with a credit card, a refund is to be first applied to the original credit card payment. Any Financial Aid posted after the account has been paid by a credit card is refunded back to the credit card before any money is refunded to the student. There will be NO exceptions to this procedure. As prescribed by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, the STC refund policy is as follows: Class day refers to STC s scheduled class day, not the students class meeting days. Tuition Summer Semester (Excludes iniesters) Summer I: A 100 percent refund is to be made for courses dropped (drop or withdraw) prior to or on the first class day: June 1, 2015 During the next four class days: 70 percent June 2, 2015 June 5, 2015 During the sixth class day: 25 percent June 8, 2015 After the sixth class day: None June 9, 2015 Summer II: A 100 percent refund is to be made for courses dropped (drop or withdraw) prior to or on the first class day: July 8, 2015 During the next four class days: 70 percent July 9, 2015 July 14, 2015 During the sixth class day: 25 percent July 15, 2015 After the sixth class day: None July 16, 2015 Summer III: A 100 percent refund is to be made for courses dropped (drop or withdraw) prior to or on the first class day: June 1, 2015 During the next eight class days: 70 percent June 2, 2015 June 11, 2015 During the 10th through the 12th class days: 25 percent June 12, 2015 June 16, 2015 After the 12th class day: None June 17, 2015 Incidental Fees Summer Semester (Excludes inimesters) (see Other Student Additional Fees under the section titled Tuition) Summer I & III: Prior to first class day: 100 percent ay 31, 2015 First Class day and after: None, June 1, 2015 Summer II: Prior to first class day: 100 percent July 7, 2015 First Class day and after: None, July 8, 2015 Other Student Additional Fees Note: InDistrict includes Hidalgo and Starr County residents. OutofDistrict includes all other Texas Residents. Non Resident includes all other United States and International Students. Tuition and fees are per semester and are subject to change upon approval by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board and/ or the Board of Trustees of South Texas College. See fee schedule for additional applicable fees. andatory Fees for Summer 2015 are available online: b Click Cashiers under Services enu b Tuition & Fees Also visit the Cashiers Department Online for Due Dates & Deadlines. Summer 2015 Student Guide Due Dates & Deadlines b Click Cashiers under Services enu PAYENT BY AIL may be processed electronically CHECKS AND/OR ONEY ORDERS: Attn: CASHIERS P.O. Box 9701, callen, TX WEB PAYENTS Visit us at https://jagnet4x.southtexascollege.edu Cashier s Office TUITION FISCAL YEAR Number of Credit Hours INDISTRICT TUITION 1 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $1, $ $ $1, $ $ $1, $ $ $1, $ $1, $1, $1, $1, $1, $1, $1, $1, $1, $1, $1, $1, $1, $1, $1, $1, $1, $1, $1, $2, $1, $1, $2, STC Goes Green! Jagail is the Business Office s official means of communication with students. Activation Steps: Log into JagNet: https://jagnet4x.southtexascollege.edu In JagNet click on: Jagail tab OUTOFDISTRICT TUITION Pecan Campus, Bldg. K 3201 W. Pecan Blvd., callen / or For hours of operation visit the Cashier s website at: & click on monthly calendar. Other Services NON RESIDENT TUITION Academic Support Tutoring (see pg 10) Bachelor of Applied Science in Organizational Leadership (see pg 18) Bookstore (see pg 16) Library Services (see pg 15) Parking Permits (see pg 4) Student Affairs & Enrollment anagement (see pg 18) Student Activities & Wellness (see pg 15) life Graduation Requirements (see pg 5) southtexascollege.edu/graduation/index.html Instructional Sites and Codes BLDG. ROO LOCATION AECH Achieve Early College High School ATHN Athenaeum For University Preparation, 1407 W. oore Rd., Pharr, TX BETA Business, Education, Technology Academy, Edinburg BGCL Gym or Pool Boys & Girls Club, 2620 W. Galveston, callen BGRC Boys & Girls Club (Roney Ctr.) BHSB Ballew HS Science Bldg, Pharr, TX CCLJ DEHCollege & Career Center, 201 E. Exp. 83, LaJoya, TX CCTA DEHCollege Career & Technology Academy, 1100 E. Hwy,Pharr CCTC Pharr College & Career T.C. D3DA DEH3D Academy 2006 Silver Ave., Donna. TX DHAR CLN Doctor s Hospital at Renaissance DNHS Donna High School DONN Donna North High School ECEC Edinburg Collegiate ECHS ECHH CLN Edinburg Children s Hospital, 1102 W. Trenton, Edinburg, TX ECNE Economedes ECHS ECNO Economedes H.S., 1414 N. Alamo St., Edinburg EDHI Edinburg High School, 801 E. Canton Rd. EDHO Edinburg Regional edical Center EDNO Edinburg North H.S., 3101 N. Closner EDTC Edinburg Career Center, 1000 E. Ebony Lane, Edinburg, TX EEEC Edcouch Elsa Early College HS EEHI Edcouch/Elsa High School ENEC Edinburg North Early College HS EVAE Edinburg Vision Academy of Exc FBWL Lanes Flamingo Bowl, 3301 N. 23rd, callen HIHI Hidalgo High School HSHP High School for Health Professionsed High, 100 ed Hi Dr., ercedes INTR NT Designation for Internet Classes JCEC Jimmy Carter Early College High School, 201 W. Expy. 83, La Joya, TX JLHS Juarez Lincoln High School, 801 N. Coyote, LaJoya, TX KNC Knapp edical Center LAR Lamar Academy, 1009 N. 10th St., callen LJCC La Joya College & Career Center LJEC La Joya Early College High School LJHI La Joya High School, 11 i. W. Exp. 83, LaJoya LJJC La Joya Teaching Center, Jimmy Carter Bldg., 603 N. Coyote Dr., La Joya LJNS La Joya Nellie Schunior Center, 200 W. Expressway 83, LaJoya, TX LVCC La Villa College & Career Academy LVHS LaVilla High School AAS ercedes Academic Academy AEC onte Alto Early College High School AHS onte Alto High School ATC callen Technology Center, 2300 N. 23rd St., callen, TX CHI callen High School, La Vista St., callen CAT ission Career & Tech. Edu., c/o ission H.S. CEC ission Collegiate ECHS CSA callen Collegiate Success Academy ECH DEHercedes Early College H.S., 7919 S. ile East, ercedes EHI ercedes High School HRT CLN callen Heart Hospital IHI ission High School RC CLN ission Regional edical Center ED callen edical Center ED BEHCT callen edical/so. Tx Behavioral Health Center, 2102 W. Trenton, Edinburg HI callen emorial High School OPA ission Options Academy PLC Rm # ain Place Center, 1800 S. ain St., callen, TX TEC ission CTE Early College High School UBC unicipal Baseball Complex, callen UPK Park unicipal Park, Quince & 23rd, callen UPL Pool unicipal Pool, Bicentennial & Tamarack, callen VAC DEHid Valley Academy, Charter School, 200 N. 17th St., callen NKHI Nikki Rowe High School NSP Pool Northside Poolission, 115 S. ayberry Rd., ission PBOS PSJAPharr Elvis J. Ballew Options School PCHS Premier Charter High School PECH Progreso Early College High School PHEC PSJA Early College HS PEC PSJA emorial Early College PNEC PSJANorth Early College High School PRHI Progreso High School PRTE The Practice Tee (Golf), 1/4 i. S. Shary Rd., ission PSJ PSJA emorial PSJN PSJA North PSJS PSJA High School PSJT PSJA Technology Building, 700 W. Ridge Rd., San Juan PVGC Palmview Golf Course, 2701 S. Ware Rd., callen PVHS DEHPalmview High School, 3901 N. LaHoma Rd., ission RGEC Rio Grande Early College High School RGHI Rio Grande City High School RGGH Rio Grande City La Grulla H.S., 6884 E. Hwy 83, La Grulla, TX RGRH CLN Rio Grande Regional Hospital, callen RHHI Rm. # Roma High School RIOG Gym Rio Gym, 5103 South Embassy, Rio Grande City, TX RPEC Rio Grande Preparatory ECHS RVEC Robert Vela Early College High School RVHS Robert Vela High School, Edinburg TX SAAA Sharyland Advanced Academic Academy SCIA The Science Academy, ercedes STHC CHLDH South TX Health Co., Children s Hospital SCH Starr County emorial Hospital SHRY Sharyland High School, 1106 N. Shary Rd., ission SJDC San Juan Diego Catholic High School SOLA CLN Solara Hospital, 301 W. Exp. 83, 8th Fl., callen, TX SPHS Sharyland Pioneer High School SSHS Sonia Sotomayor HSPSJA SWEC PSJA Southwest ECHS TAPP DEHPSJA Teen Age Parenting Program, 302 S. Gumwood, Pharr TJEC Thomas Jefferson TSTE ECHS, PSJA ISD TSSE Thelma Salinas STE ECHS, La Joya ULTF Ultimate Fitness Center, 310 W. Expressway 83, Weslaco, TX VAN (VANA) Vanguard Academy, 1200 E. Kelly St., Pharr, TX VCAT Veterans emorial ission CTE VET Veterans emorial H. S., 700 ayberry, ission VVEC Valley View TSTE ECHS VVHS Valley View High School WEHI Weslaco High School, 1005 W. Pike, Weslaco WEPK Weslaco City Park (Tennis Courts), 300 N. Airport Rd., Weslaco WESH Weslaco East High School, 810 So. Pleasant View Dr., Weslaco WETC Weslaco Technology Building ile 10 North & 51/2 West, Weslaco WSPC West Side Park Softball Complex WSPG Weslaco South Palm Garden High School WTEC Weslaco CTE Early College High School Section Codes A Nursing/Allied Health Campus T_F Technology Campus/Ford otors C Pharr College & Career T.C. & Ballew HS G_ Technology Campus/General otors _F_ Flex Schedule W Weslaco (idvalley Campus) G Starr County Campus U ain Place CentercAllen H Honor Classes V estc Virtual Campus Courses _I_ Independent Studies (formally Distance Education) J La Joya Teaching Center _W_ Weekend College Courses LC_ Learning Communities (Friday Courses after 5:30, P Pecan Campus Saturday and Sunday courses) Q Guided Studies _Y_ Hybrid Class _S_ Supplemental Instruction SI/SUP Transferable Courses T Technology Campus Day Codes COURSE Codes onday T Tuesday W Wednesday R Thursday F Friday S Saturday U Sunday To be arranged F on., Tues., Wed., Thurs., and Fri. TR Tues. and Thurs. W on. and Wed. LAB LAB TURE LLB TURE AND LAB CLN CLINICAL COO COOPERATIVE CTICU 2 Summer 2015

3 estc VIRTUAL CAPUS formerly Distance Education Click Course Name on the Course List to learn about the instructor, orientation, and other requirements. Call (956) for information about the estc Virtual Campus. NTERNET COURSES ARE DELIVERED FULLY ONLINE. SOE INSTRUCTORS REQUIRE STUDENTS TO OE TO CAPUS FOR TESTING. OTHERS TEST ONLINE. BIOLOGY CLASSES HOLD REQUIRED LAB ESSIONS ON CAPUS. ORIENTATION IS ANDATORY FOR SOE CLASSES. SEE COURSE LIST FOR ETAILS. Accounting ACNT1329.V01 Payroll & Bus. Tax Accounting LLB INTR NT 3 Sanchez ACNT1311.V01 Intro. to Computerized Account LLB INTR NT 3 Sanchez American Sign Language and Interpreter Studies SLNG1347.V01 Deaf Culture INTR NT 3 STAFF Anthropology ANTH2301.V01 Physical Anthropology INTR NT 3 illan Art ARTS1301.V01 Art Appreciation INTR NT 3 Evans ARTS1301.V02 Art Appreciation INTR NT 3 atthews ARTS1301.V03 Art Appreciation INTR NT 3 Perez ARTS1301.V04 Art Appreciation INTR NT 3 Lubben ARTS1301.B01 Art Appreciation INTR NT 3 STAFF Biology Summer I HONOR courses BIOL1322.V01 Nutrition and Diet Therapy I INTR NT 3 STAFF Business Administration INTERNET June 1 July 1 edical and Health Services anagement HS4304.VH1 Risk gt. for Hlth ProfHONORS INTR NT 3 STAFF BUSI1301.V01 Business Principles INTR NT 3 Sanchez BUSI1301.V02 Business Principles INTR NT 3 Sanchez BUSI2301.V01 Business Law INTR NT 3 Solis ENGL0100.V01 Developmental English I LLB INTR NT 3 Gonzalez ENGL0200.V01 Developmental English II LLB INTR NT 3 Tello ENGL0200.V02 Developmental English II LLB INTR NT 3 STAFF ENGL0100.V03 Developmental English I LLB INTR NT 3 STAFF ENGL1302.B01 Composition II Rhetoric INTR NT 3 STAFF Fire Science FIRT1408.V01 Fire Inspector I LLB INTR NT 4 STAFF FIRT1442.V01 Fire Officer I LLB INTR NT 4 STAFF Government GOVT2305.V01 Federal Government INTR NT 3 Ballinger GOVT2305.V02 Federal Government INTR NT 3 Ballinger GOVT2305.V03 Federal Government INTR NT 3 Gadson GOVT2305.V04 Federal Government INTR NT 3 arshall GOVT2305.V05 Federal Government INTR NT 3 arshall GOVT2305.V08 Federal Government INTR NT 3 Ogundele GOVT2306.V01 Texas Government INTR NT 3 Holton GOVT2306.V03 Texas Government INTR NT 3 Gadson GOVT2306.V04 Texas Government INTR NT 3 urray GOVT2306.V05 Texas Government INTR NT 3 Clark GOVT2306.V06 Texas Government INTR NT 3 Holton GOVT2305.V06 Federal Government INTR NT 3 Clark GOVT2305.V07 Federal Government INTR NT 3 Ogundele GOVT2306.V02 Texas Government INTR NT 3 Holton GOVT2306.V07 Texas Government INTR NT 3 Clark GOVT2306.V08 Texas Government INTR NT 3 urray Health and Human Services SOCW2361.V01 Intro. to Social Work INTR NT 3 Luckett SOCW2362.V01 Social Welfare/Soc. Institut. INTR NT 3 Luckett History HIST1301.V01 United States History I INTR NT 3 STAFF HIST1301.V03 United States History I INTR NT 3 STAFF HIST1301.V04 United States History I INTR NT 3 STAFF HIST1301.V05 United States History I INTR NT 3 STAFF HIST1301.V06 United States History I INTR NT 3 STAFF HIST1302.V01 United States History II INTR NT 3 STAFF HIST1302.V02 United States History II INTR NT 3 STAFF HIST1302.V03 United States History II INTR NT 3 STAFF HIST1302.V05 United States History II INTR NT 3 STAFF HIST1301.V07 United States History I INTR NT 3 STAFF HIST1302.V06 United States History II INTR NT 3 STAFF BUSI1301.B01 Business Principles INTR NT 3 oore HIST1301.B01 United States History I INTR NT 3 STAFF BUSI2301.B01 Business Law INTR NT 3 Solis BUSG1303.B01 Principles of Finance INTR NT 3 Valladarez BUSG2309.B01 Small Business anagement INTR NT 3 Altemeyer HRPO2301.B01 Human Resources anagement INTR NT 3 STAFF HRPO2307.B01 Organizational Behavior INTR NT 3 STAFF HRPO2301.V01 Human Resources anagement INTR NT 3 STAFF Business Computer Systems ITSC1409.V01 Integrated Software Applic. I LLB INTR NT 4 Lozano ITSW2434.V01 Advanced Spreadsheets LLB INTR NT 4 STAFF POFI2431.V01 Desktop Publishing/Office LLB INTR NT 4 STAFF Computer Science COSC1301.V01 icrocomputer Applications LLB INTR NT 3 olki COSC1301.V02 icrocomputer Applications LLB INTR NT 3 olki COSC1301.V03 icrocomputer Applications LLB INTR NT 3 STAFF COSC1301.V07 icrocomputer Applications LLB INTR NT 3 Jiao COSC1301.V05 icrocomputer Applications LLB INTR NT 3 Sung Criminal Justice CRIJ2313.V01 Correctional Sys. & Practices INTR NT 3 Escaname CRIJ2328.V01 Police Systems and Practices INTR NT 3 Escaname CRIJ1301.V01 Intro. to Criminal Justice INTR NT 3 STAFF CRIJ1313.V01 Juvenile Justice System INTR NT 3 Andre Economics ECON2301.V01 Principles of Econ. IACRO INTR NT 3 Plaza ECON2301.V02 Principles of Econ. IACRO INTR NT 3 Peek ECON2302.V01 Principles of Econ. IIICRO INTR NT 3 Plaza Education EDUC2301.V01 Intro. to Special Populations LLB INTR NT 3 Rios EDUC2301.V02 Intro. to Special Populations LLB INTR NT 3 Rios English ENGL1301.V01 Composition INTR NT 3 STAFF ENGL1301.V02 Composition INTR NT 3 STAFF ENGL1301.V03 Composition INTR NT 3 STAFF ENGL2311.V01 Technical Writing INTR NT 3 STAFF ENGL2321.V01 British Literature INTR NT 3 STAFF ENGL2331.V01 World Literature INTR NT 3 STAFF ENGL2341.V01 Introduction to Literature INTR NT 3 STAFF ENGL1301.V04 Composition INTR NT 3 STAFF HIST1302.B01 United States History II INTR NT 3 STAFF Humanities HUA1301.V01 Intro. to the Humanities I INTR NT 3 Belena HUA1301.V02 Intro. to the Humanities I INTR NT 3 Belena HUA1305.V01 Intro. to ex.am. Studies INTR NT 3 Gomez HUA2323.V01 World Cultures INTR NT 3 illan Kinesiology KINE1304.V01 Personal Health & Wellness INTR NT 3 Angangan KINE1304.IN Personal Health & Wellness INTR NT 3 Angangan ATH1350.V01 Fundamentals of I INTR NT 3 STAFF ATH1351.V01 Fundamentals of II INTR NT 3 STAFF ATH1414.V01 College Algebra INTR NT 4 Fath ElDen ATH1414.V02 College Algebra INTR NT 4 STAFF ATH1425.V01 Business Calculus INTR NT 4 STAFF ATH1442.V01 Statistics INTR NT 4 STAFF ATH1414.V03 College Algebra INTR NT 4 STAFF ATH1350.V02 Fundamentals of I INTR NT 3 STAFF ATH0080.V01 Basic LLB INTR NT 3 STAFF ATH0085.V01 Introductory Algebra LLB INTR NT 3 STAFF ATH0090.V01 Inter. Algebra I & Geometry LLB INTR NT 3 STAFF ATH1332.B01 Contemporary INTR NT 3 STAFF edical and Health Services anagement HS4304.V01 Risk anagement for Hlth Prof INTR NT 3 STAFF HS4304.V02 Risk anagement for Hlth Prof INTR NT 3 STAFF usic USI1306.V01 usic Appreciation INTR NT 3 Buhidar USI1306.V02 usic Appreciation INTR NT 3 Buhidar Pharmacy Technology PHRA1243.V01 CAPSTONE: Pharm. Tech. Ct. Rv INTR NT 2 Rodriguez Physics / Physical Science PHYS1415.V01 Physical Science I LLB INTR NT 4 STAFF PHYS1415.V02 Physical Science I LLB INTR NT 4 STAFF PHYS1417.V01 Physical Science II LLB INTR NT 4 STAFF PHYS1415.B01 Physical Science I LLB INTR NT 4 Nandigam Psychology PSYC2301.V01 General Psychology INTR NT 3 Weber PSYC2301.V02 General Psychology INTR NT 3 Weber PSYC2301.V03 General Psychology INTR NT 3 Rodriguez PSYC2306.V01 Human Sexuality INTR NT 3 Rodriguez PSYC2307.V01 Adolescent Psychology INTR NT 3 Sanchez PSYC2314.V01 Lifespan Growth & Development INTR NT 3 Sanchez summer 2015 estc virtual campus 3

4 estc virtual campus PSYC2314.V02 Lifespan Growth & Development INTR NT 3 Reid PSYC2317.V01 Statistical ethods in Psyc. INTR NT 3 Jackson PSYC2317.V02 Statistical ethods in Psyc. INTR NT 3 Gonzalez PSYC2301.V04 General Psychology INTR NT 3 Reid Reading READ0100.V01 Developmental Reading I LLB INTR NT 3 STAFF READ0200.V01 Developmental Reading II LLB INTR NT 3 STAFF Sociology SOCI1301.V01 Introductory Sociology INTR NT 3 Loresco SOCI1301.V02 Introductory Sociology INTR NT 3 Loresco SOCI2301.V01 arriage and the Family INTR NT 3 Arizmendi Spanish SPAN1311.V02 Beg. Spanish. INon Span. Sp. INTR NT 3 Silva SPAN1312.V01 Beg. Spanish IINon Spanish Sp INTR NT 3 agdalenolejarza SPAN1412.V01 Beg Spanish II Non Spanish Sp LLB INTR NT 4 atulewicz SPAN1411.V01 Beg Spanish I Non Spanish Sp LLB INTR NT 4 Villarreal SPAN1311.V01 Beg. Spanish. INon Span. Sp. INTR NT 3 Lopez Speech SPCH1311.V01 Intro. to Speech Communication INTR NT 3 STAFF SPCH1311.V02 Intro. to Speech Communication INTR NT 3 STAFF SPCH1311.V03 Intro. to Speech Communication INTR NT 3 STAFF SPCH1311.V04 Intro. to Speech Communication INTR NT 3 STAFF SPCH1318.V01 Interpersonal Communications INTR NT 3 STAFF SPCH1318.V02 Interpersonal Communications INTR NT 3 STAFF SPCH1318.V04 Interpersonal Communications INTR NT 3 STAFF SPCH1311.V06 Intro. to Speech Communication INTR NT 3 STAFF SPCH1315.V01 Public Speaking INTR NT 3 STAFF Summer II INTERNET July 8 August 7 American Sign Language and Interpreter Studies SLNG1317.V30 Intro to Deaf Community LLB INTR NT 3 STAFF SLNG1347.V30 Deaf Culture INTR NT 3 STAFF Anthropology ANTH2351.V30 Cultural Anthropology INTR NT 3 illan Art ARTS1301.V30 Art Appreciation INTR NT 3 atthews ARTS1301.V31 Art Appreciation INTR NT 3 Lubben ARTS1301.V32 Art Appreciation INTR NT 3 Evans ARTS1301.V33 Art Appreciation INTR NT 3 atthews ARTS1304.V30 Art History II INTR NT 3 Ballinger Biology BIOL1322.V30 Nutrition and Diet Therapy I INTR NT 3 STAFF Business Administration BGT2303.V30 Problem Solving/Decision ake. INTR NT 3 Valladarez BUSG1303.B30 Principles of Finance INTR NT 3 Valladarez BUSG2309.B30 Small Business anagement INTR NT 3 Altemeyer BUSI2301.V01 Business Law INTR NT 3 Solis BUSI1301.B30 Business Principles INTR NT 3 oore BUSI2301.B30 Business Law INTR NT 3 Solis HRPO2301.V01 Human Resources anagement INTR NT 3 STAFF HRPO2307.V01 Organizational Behavior INTR NT 3 STAFF HRPO2301.B30 Human Resources anagement INTR NT 3 STAFF HRPO2307.B30 Organizational Behavior INTR NT 3 STAFF Business Computer Systems ITSC1409.V30 Integrated Software Applic. I LLB INTR NT 4 STAFF Computer and Information Technologies CITP4345.V30 Data CommConverg Tech LLB INTR NT 3 Husin CITP4340.V30 Special Topics CRSCIT LAB INTR NT 3 Wu All students, faculty, and staff must purchase a parking permit for each vehicle or motorcycle that will be parked on South Texas College property. A parking permit does not guarantee a parking space, but does authorize parking in designated areas. Individuals who own or operate a vehicle or motorcycle on South Texas College property will be held liable for any citations issued to that vehicle or motorcycle with or without a permit. Permits are available for purchase on JAGNET at a cost of $25.00 and may be mailed to the address shown on JAGNET or picked up at the cashier s office at each campus. PARKING PERITS Temporary parking permits may be obtained for short periods when the vehicle or motorcycle with a permanent permit is not available, STC Police Department offices located at 2509 W. Pecan Blvd., callen, Texas and at department offices located at other campuses. Temporary permits may also be obtained by visitors and individuals who are not STC employees or students. STC students, faculty, and staff who park in a visitor space will be ticketed with or without a permit displayed. For a complete list of rules & regulations visit Computer Science COSC1301.V30 icrocomputer Applications LLB INTR NT 3 olki COSC1301.V31 icrocomputer Applications LLB INTR NT 3 olki COSC1301.V35 icrocomputer Applications LLB INTR NT 3 STAFF Criminal Justice CRIJ1301.V30 Intro. to Criminal Justice INTR NT 3 STAFF CRIJ1306.V30 Court Systems & Practices INTR NT 3 Blair CRIJ1310.V30 Fund. of Criminal Law INTR NT 3 Escaname CRIJ2313.V30 Correctional Sys. & Practices INTR NT 3 Escaname Economics ECON2301.V30 Principles of Econ. IACRO INTR NT 3 Plaza ECON2302.V30 Principles of Econ. IIICRO INTR NT 3 Plaza ECON2302.V31 Principles of Econ. IIICRO INTR NT 3 Peek ECON2301.V31 Principles of Econ. IACRO INTR NT 3 Peek English ENGL2341.V30 Introduction to Literature INTR NT 3 STAFF ENGL2326.V03 American Literature INTR NT 3 STAFF ENGL0100.V30 Developmental English I LLB INTR NT 3 Gonzalez ENGL0200.V30 Developmental English II LLB INTR NT 3 Gonzalez ENGL1301.B30 Composition INTR NT 3 STAFF ENGL1302.B30 Composition II Rhetoric INTR NT 3 STAFF Fire Science FIRT1340.V30 Fire Inspector II LLB INTR NT 3 STAFF FIRT1202.V30 Plan Examiner I LLB INTR NT 2 STAFF Government GOVT2305.V30 Federal Government INTR NT 3 Ballinger GOVT2305.V31 Federal Government INTR NT 3 Ogundele GOVT2305.V32 Federal Government INTR NT 3 arshall GOVT2306.V30 Texas Government INTR NT 3 Clark GOVT2306.V31 Texas Government INTR NT 3 urray GOVT2306.V32 Texas Government INTR NT 3 Gadson GOVT2306.V33 Texas Government INTR NT 3 Clark GOVT2305.V33 Federal Government INTR NT 3 Neckel GOVT2306.V34 Texas Government INTR NT 3 Holton GOVT2306.V35 Texas Government INTR NT 3 Gadson GOVT2305.V34 Federal Government INTR NT 3 arshall GOVT2306.V36 Texas Government INTR NT 3 Greene Health and Human Services SOCW2361.V30 Intro. to Social Work INTR NT 3 artinez History HIST1301.V30 United States History I INTR NT 3 STAFF HIST1302.V31 United States History II INTR NT 3 STAFF HIST1302.V32 United States History II INTR NT 3 STAFF HIST1301.V33 United States History I INTR NT 3 STAFF HIST1302.V30 United States History II INTR NT 3 STAFF HIST1301.V31 United States History I INTR NT 3 STAFF HIST1301.V32 United States History I INTR NT 3 STAFF HIST1302.V35 United States History II INTR NT 3 STAFF HIST1302.V36 United States History II INTR NT 3 STAFF HIST1301.V35 United States History I INTR NT 3 STAFF HIST1302.V37 United States History II INTR NT 3 STAFF Humanities HUA1301.V30 Intro. to the Humanities I INTR NT 3 STAFF HUA1305.V30 Intro. to ex.am. Studies INTR NT 3 STAFF HUA1301.V31 Intro. to the Humanities I INTR NT 3 STAFF Kinesiology KINE1304.V02 Personal Health & Wellness INTR NT 3 STAFF ATH1350.V30 Fundamentals of I INTR NT 3 STAFF ATH1351.V30 Fundamentals of II INTR NT 3 STAFF ATH1414.V30 College Algebra INTR NT 4 Fath ElDen ATH1414.V31 College Algebra INTR NT 4 STAFF ATH1414.V32 College Algebra INTR NT 4 Fath ElDen ATH1425.V30 Business Calculus INTR NT 4 STAFF ATH1442.V30 Statistics INTR NT 4 STAFF ATH1442.V31 Statistics INTR NT 4 STAFF ATH1351.V31 Fundamentals of II INTR NT 3 STAFF ATH0090.V30 Inter. Algebra I & Geometry LLB INTR NT 3 STAFF usic USI1306.V30 usic Appreciation INTR NT 3 Buhidar Philosophy PHIL2303.V30 Introduction to Logic INTR NT 3 STAFF PHIL2306.V30 Introduction to Ethics INTR NT 3 STAFF Physics / Physical Science PHYS1417.V30 Physical Science II LLB INTR NT 4 STAFF PHYS1415.V30 Physical Science I LLB INTR NT 4 STAFF PHYS1415.B01 Physical Science I LLB INTR NT 4 Nandigam Psychology PSYC2301.V30 General Psychology INTR NT 3 Rodriguez PSYC2301.V31 General Psychology INTR NT 3 Rodriguez PSYC2301.V32 General Psychology INTR NT 3 Reid PSYC2307.V30 Adolescent Psychology INTR NT 3 Sanchez PSYC2314.V30 Lifespan Growth & Development INTR NT 3 Sanchez PSYC2317.V30 Statistical ethods in Psyc. INTR NT 3 Jackson PSYC2306.V30 Human Sexuality INTR NT 3 Rodriguez PSYC2314.V31 Lifespan Growth & Development INTR NT 3 Reid 4 summer 2015 estc virtual campus

5 estc virtual campus Reading READ0100.V30 Developmental Reading I LLB INTR NT 3 STAFF READ0200.V30 Developmental Reading II LLB INTR NT 3 STAFF Sociology SOCI1301.V30 Introductory Sociology INTR NT 3 Loresco SOCI1301.V32 Introductory Sociology INTR NT 3 Loresco SOCI1306.V30 Contemporary Social Prob. INTR NT 3 De La Cruz SOCI2301.V31 arriage and the Family INTR NT 3 Arizmendi Spanish SPAN1311.V30 Beg. Spanish. INon Span. Sp. INTR NT 3 STAFF SPAN1311.V31 Beg. Spanish. INon Span. Sp. INTR NT 3 STAFF SPAN1312.V30 Beg. Spanish IINon Spanish Sp INTR NT 3 STAFF SPAN1411.V30 Beg Spanish I Non Spanish Sp LLB INTR NT 4 STAFF SPAN1412.V30 Beg Spanish II Non Spanish Sp LLB INTR NT 4 STAFF Speech SPCH1311.V03 Intro. to Speech Communication INTR NT 3 STAFF SPCH1311.V31 Intro. to Speech Communication INTR NT 3 STAFF SPCH1311.V32 Intro. to Speech Communication INTR NT 3 STAFF SPCH1311.V33 Intro. to Speech Communication INTR NT 3 STAFF SPCH1318.V30 Interpersonal Communications INTR NT 3 STAFF SPCH1318.V31 Interpersonal Communications INTR NT 3 STAFF SPCH1311.V34 Intro. to Speech Communication INTR NT 3 STAFF SPCH1318.V32 Interpersonal Communications INTR NT 3 STAFF SPCH1311.V35 Intro. to Speech Communication INTR NT 3 STAFF SPCH1321.V01 Business & Prof. Speaking INTR NT 3 STAFF SPCH1315.V01 Public Speaking INTR NT 3 STAFF SPCH1321.B30 Business & Prof. Speaking INTR NT 3 STAFF Summer III INTERNET June 1 August 7 Accounting ACCT2401.V60 Prin. of Financial Accounting LLB INTR NT 4 Wilson ACCT2402.V60 Prin. of anagerial Accounting LLB INTR NT 4 Wilson Art ARTS1301.V60 Art Appreciation INTR NT 3 Evans ARTS1303.V60 Art History I INTR NT 3 Ballinger Health and edical Administrative Services HITT1305.V60 edical Terminology I INTR NT 3 Longoria HITT1255.V01 Health Care Statistics INTR NT 2 Rodriguez HITT1255.V02 Health Care Statistics INTR NT 2 Rodriguez HITT1255.V03 Health Care Statistics LLB INTR NT 2 Rodriguez History HIST1301.V60 United States History I INTR NT 3 STAFF HIST1302.V60 United States History II INTR NT 3 STAFF HIST2327.V60 exicanamerican History I INTR NT 3 STAFF HIST2328.V61 exicanamerican History II INTR NT 3 STAFF HIST1302.V62 United States History II INTR NT 3 STAFF Law Enforcement CJLE1249.V60 Inter Arrest, Search & Seizure INTR NT 2 STAFF CJLE1333.V60 Traffic Law & Investigation LLB INTR NT 3 STAFF CJSA1348.V60 Ethics in Criminal Justice INTR NT 3 STAFF ATH1414.V70 College Algebra INTR NT 4 STAFF ATH1414.V71 College Algebra INTR NT 4 STAFF Philosophy PHIL2303.V60 Introduction to Logic INTR NT 3 STAFF PHIL1301.V61 Intro. to Philosophy INTR NT 3 STAFF Psychology PSYC2314.V60 Lifespan Growth & Development INTR NT 3 Bischoff Spanish SPAN1311.V60 Beg. Spanish. INon Span. Sp. INTR NT 3 Villarreal Technology anagement TGT3310.V60 Decision aking INTR NT 3 STAFF TGT4304.V60 Risk anagement INTR NT 3 STAFF TGT4320.V60 Organizational Design Seminar INTR NT 3 STAFF TGT3305.V60 Organizational Theory & Pract. INTR NT 3 STAFF TGT3337.V60 Economics for Tech. anag. INTR NT 3 STAFF TGT4353.V60 International Business Seminar INTR NT 3 STAFF TGT3311.V60 Technology in Enterprise gmt LLB INTR NT 3 STAFF TGT3310.V61 Decision aking INTR NT 3 STAFF TGT4355.V80 anagement, Tech, & Ethics Sem INTR NT 3 STAFF TGT3311.V61 Technology in Enterprise gmt LLB INTR NT 3 STAFF Biology BIOL1408.V71 General Biology I LLB INTR NT 4 STAFF BIOL1408.V72 General Biology I LLB INTR NT 4 STAFF BIOL1408.V73 General Biology I LLB INTR NT 4 STAFF BIOL1409.V71 General Biology II LLB INTR NT 4 STAFF BIOL1409.V72 General Biology II LLB INTR NT 4 STAFF BIOL2401.V60 Anatomy and Physiology I LLB INTR NT 4 STAFF BIOL2401.V61 Anatomy and Physiology I LLB INTR NT 4 STAFF BIOL2402.V60 Anatomy and Physiology II LLB INTR NT 4 STAFF BIOL2402.V61 Anatomy and Physiology II LLB INTR NT 4 STAFF BIOL2401.V62 Anatomy and Physiology I LLB INTR NT 4 STAFF BIOL2402.V62 Anatomy and Physiology II LLB INTR NT 4 STAFF BIOL2406.V60 Environmental Biology LLB INTR NT 4 STAFF BIOL2401.V66 Anatomy and Physiology I LLB INTR NT 4 STAFF BIOL1406.V60 Biology for Science ajors I LLB INTR NT 4 STAFF BIOL1407.V60 Biology for Science ajors II LLB INTR NT 4 STAFF BIOL2421.V60 icrobiology LLB INTR NT 4 STAFF Business Administration BGT1301.V60 Supervision INTR NT 3 STAFF BGT1305.V60 Communications in anagement INTR NT 3 Valladarez BGT1391.V60 Business Conduct INTR NT 3 Valladarez BGT1301.V61 Supervision INTR NT 3 STAFF Business Computer Systems ITSE1431.V01 Intro. to Visual Basic Program LLB INTR NT 4 STAFF College Success ORIN0101.V01 College Success INTR NT 3 Bean Computer and Information Technologies CITP3302.V60 Adv. Networking (Networking +) LLB INTR NT 3 Hinojosa CITP4301.V20 CAPSTONE:Computer & Info Tech INTR NT 3 olki CITP3310.V20 Survey of Programming Lang. LLB INTR NT 3 Wu CITP3305.V60 System Analysis and Design LLB INTR NT 3 Wu CITP3320.V20 Database anagement LLB INTR NT 3 Gomez Computer Science COSC1337.V01 Programming Fundamentals II LLB INTR NT 3 Jiao Electronic and Computer aintenance CPT2449.V01 Adv. Computer Networking LLB INTR NT 4 STAFF CPT1449.V02 Computer Networking Techn. LLB INTR NT 4 STAFF Emergency edical Technology ESP1208.V60 Emergency Vehicle Operations INTR NT 2 STAFF English ENGL1301.V60 Composition INTR NT 3 STAFF ENGL1301.V62 Composition INTR NT 3 STAFF ENGL1302.V60 Composition II Rhetoric INTR NT 3 STAFF ENGL1302.V61 Composition II Rhetoric INTR NT 3 STAFF ENGL1302.V62 Composition II Rhetoric INTR NT 3 STAFF ENGL1302.V63 Composition II Rhetoric INTR NT 3 STAFF Graduation Requirements All degrees and certificates require that students maintain a minimum grade point average of 2.0 for all courses in the area of specialization and a minimum overall cumulative grade point average of 2.0 for all other courses. Students must pay all debts to STC prior to graduation. For specific course requirements, please refer to the STC Catalog or program audit in DegreeWorks. DegreeWorks may be accessed through Jagnet. Students must meet with their Program Chair or Student Success Specialist when nearing completion of graduation requirements. All graduates are encouraged to participate in the Commencement Exercises. Visit Us Online at: southtexascollege.edu/graduation/index.html for detailed information about the Commencement Exercises as it becomes available. summer 2015 estc virtual campus 5

6 HYbrid Hybrid courses are those that meet both oncampus and online. ore than 50 percent of a Hybrid course is scheduled oncampus and the rest is completed online. Hybrid courses offer the best of both worlds, facetoface time with the faculty and online flexibility. Benefits of a Hybrid Course: Facetoface time with the faculty for questions and/or lectures. The hybrid courses meets less frequently on campus than traditional classes, providing flexible course offerings for students who have demanding work schedules and/or family responsibilities. Example of a Hybrid Course: A TR class in traditional format meets both on Tuesdays and Thursdays on campus. A hybrid version of the same course will meet oncampus on Tuesday or on Thursday and the rest of the course is completed online. Summer I IDVALLEY CAPUS Computer Science COSC1301.WY1 icrocomputer ApplicatiHYBRID LAB TW 03:00 P05:55 P WESL G104 3 Perez COSC1301.WY1 icrocomputer ApplicatiHYBRID INTR NT 3 Perez COSC1301.WY2 icrocomputer ApplicatiHYBRID LAB TW 07:30 A10:25 A WESL G104 3 Perez COSC1301.WY2 icrocomputer ApplicatiHYBRID INTR NT 3 Perez COSC1301.WY3 icrocomputer Appl.HYBRID LAB TW 11:00 A01:55 P WESL G104 3 STAFF COSC1301.WY3 icrocomputer Appl.HYBRID INTR NT 3 STAFF Health and edical Administrative Services HITT1305.WY1 edical Terminology IHYBRID INTR NT 3 Rosas HITT1305.WY1 edical Terminology IHYBRID T 12:00 P01:50 P WESL H147 3 Rosas Nursing and Allied health campus Health and edical Administrative Services HITT1305.AY1 edical Terminology IHYBRID INTR NT 3 Longoria HITT1305.AY1 edical Terminology IHYBRID T 08:00 A09:50 A NAHC Longoria HITT1305.AY2 edical Terminology IHYBRID INTR NT 3 Rosas HITT1305.AY2 edical Terminology IHYBRID T 06:00 P07:50 P NAHC Rosas ORGL3332.BY1 Behav/Ethi/LeadershipIIHYBRID INTR NT 3 Newcomb ORGL3332.BY1 Behav/Ethi/LeadershipIIHYBRID T 07:00 P08:25 P PCNJ Newcomb ORGL4341.BY1 anagement Theory IHYBRID INTR NT 3 STAFF ORGL4341.BY1 anagement Theory IHYBRID W 07:00 P08:25 P PCNJ STAFF ORGL4351.BY1 anagement Theory IIHYBRID INTR NT 3 STAFF ORGL4351.BY1 anagement Theory IIHYBRID W 05:30 P06:55 P PCNJ STAFF ORGL4342.BY1 Organizational ChangeHYBRID INTR NT 3 Newcomb ORGL4342.BY1 Organizational ChangeHYBRID T 05:30 P06:55 P PCNJ Newcomb ORGL4352.BY1 Capstone IHYBRID INTR NT 3 oore ORGL4352.BY1 Capstone IHYBRID 07:00 P08:25 P PCNJ oore ORGL4361.BY1 Capstone IIHYBRID INTR NT 3 Plaza ORGL4361.BY1 Capstone IIHYBRID T 07:00 P08:25 P PCNJ Plaza Technology campus Automotive Technology AUT1407.TY1 Automotive Elect SystemHYBRID LAB TWR 08:00 A11:20 A TECH B244 4 STAFF AUT1407.TY1 Automotive Elect SystemHYBRID INTR NT 4 STAFF AUT2434.TY1 Auto Engine PerformIIHYBRID LAB TWRF 01:00 P04:50 P TECH B220 4 STAFF AUT2434.TY1 Auto Engine PerformIIHYBRID INTR NT 4 STAFF Diesel Technology DER1303.TY1 Basic Driving SkillsHYBRID LAB TWR 08:00 A11:50 A TECH B221 3 STAFF DER1303.TY1 Basic Driving SkillsHYBRID INTR NT 3 STAFF DER1303.TY2 Basic Driving Skills LAB TWR 01:00 P04:50 P TECH B221 3 STAFF DER1303.TY2 Basic Driving Skills INTR NT 3 STAFF Summer II IDVALLEY CAPUS Computer Science COSC1301.WY1 icrocomputer Appl. HYBRID LAB TW 12:00 P02:55 P WESL G104 3 Perez COSC1301.WY1 icrocomputer Appl. HYBRID INTR NT 3 Perez COSC1301.WY2 icrocomputer ApplicatiHYBRID LAB TW 07:30 A10:25 A WESL G104 3 Perez COSC1301.WY2 icrocomputer ApplicatiHYBRID INTR NT 3 Perez HITT1301.AY1 Hlth DataContent/StructHYBRID LAB W 05:30 P08:50 P NAHC Aleman HITT1301.AY1 Hlth DataContent/StructHYBRID INTR NT 3 Aleman HITT1301.AY2 Hlth Data Cont./StructHYBRID LAB TR 05:30 P08:50 P NAHC Aleman HITT1301.AY2 Hlth Data Cont./StructHYBRID INTR NT 3 Aleman Pecan campus Computer Science COSC1301.PY1 icrocomputer ApplicatiHYBRID LAB TW 11:00 A01:55 P PCN olki COSC1301.PY1 icrocomputer ApplicatiHYBRID INTR NT 3 olki COSC1301.PY2 icrocomputer ApplicatiHYBRID LAB TW 03:00 P05:55 P PCN Wu COSC1301.PY2 icrocomputer ApplicatiHYBRID INTR NT 3 Wu ATH1414.PY1 College AlgebraHYBRID INTR NT 4 Fath ElDen ATH1414.PY1 College AlgebraHYBRID TWR 10:00 A11:50 A PCNJ Fath ElDen Organizational Leadership ORGL3311.BY1 Issues Org. LeadershipHYBRID INTR NT 3 STAFF ORGL3311.BY1 Issues Org. LeadershipHYBRID 05:30 P06:55 P PCNJ STAFF Organizational Leadership NOTE: FLEX SCHEDULES STARTING JUL 06, ENDING AUG 21 pecan campus ORGL3311.BY2 Issues Org. LeadershipHYBRID INTR NT 3 STAFF ORGL3311.BY2 Issues Org. LeadershipHYBRID T 05:30 P06:55 P PCNJ STAFF ORGL3311.BY1 Issue Organi LeadershipHYBRID INTR NT 3 STAFF ORGL3311.BY1 Issue Organi LeadershipHYBRID 05:30 P06:55 P PCNJ STAFF ORGL3321.BY1 Data Drive Decaking IHYBRID INTR NT 3 STAFF ORGL3321.BY1 Data Drive Decaking IHYBRID T 05:30 P06:55 P PCNJ STAFF ORGL3331.BY1 Data Drive Decaking IIHYBRID INTR NT 3 STAFF ORGL3331.BY1 Data Drive Decaking IIHYBRID 07:00 P08:25 P PCNJ STAFF ORGL3322.BY1 Behav/Ethi/Leadership IHYBRID INTR NT 3 Nelson ORGL3322.BY1 Behav/Ethi/Leadership IHYBRID W 05:30 P06:55 P PCNJ Nelson ORGL3332.BY1 Behav/Ethi/Leadership IIHYBRID INTR NT 3 Newcomb ORGL3332.BY1 Behav/Ethi/Leadership IIHYBRID T 07:00 P08:25 P PCNJ Newcomb ORGL4341.BY1 anagement Theory IHYBRID INTR NT 3 STAFF ORGL4341.BY1 anagement Theory IHYBRID W 07:00 P08:25 P PCNJ STAFF ORGL3321.BY1 Data Drive Decaking IHYBRID INTR NT 3 STAFF ORGL3321.BY1 Data Drive Decaking IHYBRID T 05:30 P06:55 P PCNJ STAFF ORGL3331.BY1 Data Driv Decaking IIHYBRID INTR NT 3 STAFF ORGL3331.BY1 Data Driv Decaking IIHYBRID 07:00 P08:25 P PCNJ STAFF ORGL3322.BY1 Behav/Ethic/LeadershipIHYBRID INTR NT 3 Nelson ORGL3322.BY1 Behav/Ethic/LeadershipIHYBRID W 05:30 P06:55 P PCNJ Nelson ORGL4351.BY1 anagement Theory IIHYBRID INTR NT 3 STAFF ORGL4351.BY1 anagement Theory IIHYBRID W 05:30 P06:55 P PCNJ STAFF ORGL4342.BY1 Organizational ChangeHYBRID INTR NT 3 Newcomb ORGL4342.BY1 Organizational ChangeHYBRID T 05:30 P06:55 P PCNJ Newcomb ORGL4352.BY1 Capstone IHYBRID INTR NT 3 oore ORGL4352.BY1 Capstone IHYBRID 07:00 P08:25 P PCNJ oore ORGL4361.BY1 Capstone IIHYBRID INTR NT 3 Plaza ORGL4361.BY1 Capstone IIHYBRID T 07:00 P08:25 P PCNJ Plaza 6 summer 2015 hybrid

7 Summer III Nursing and Allied health campus Respiratory Therapy RSPT1137.AY1 Basic Dysrhythm Interp.HYBRID INTR NT 1 Pena RSPT1137.AY1 Basic Dysrhythm Interp.HYBRID 01:00 P03:00 P NAHC 1 Pena RSPT2230.AY1 CAPSTONE Exam Prep.HYBRID INTR NT 2 Pena RSPT2230.AY1 CAPSTONE Exam Prep.HYBRID 09:00 A12:00 P NAHC 2 Pena pecan campus Biology BIOL2401.PY1 Anatomy and Phys. IHYBRID LAB W 03:00 P05:50 P PCNJ STAFF BIOL2401.PY1 Anatomy and Phys. IHYBRID INTR NT 4 STAFF HYBRID SUER I IDVALLEY CAPUS Technology campus Business Computer Systems ITNW1425.TY1 Fund.of Netwrking Tech.HYBRID LAB 05:30 P10:00 P TECH A203 4 STAFF ITNW1425.TY1 Fund.of Netwrking Tech.HYBRID INTR NT 4 STAFF ITSC1425.TY1 Personal Comp. HardwareHYBRID LAB W 05:30 P10:00 P TECH B124 4 STAFF ITSC1425.TY1 Personal Comp. HardwareHYBRID INTR NT 4 STAFF Electronic and Computer aintenance CPT1403.TY1 Intro. to Computer TechHYBRID LAB 08:00 A12:40 P TECH A204 4 STAFF CPT1403.TY1 Intro. to Computer TechHYBRID W INTR NT 4 STAFF CPT1404.TY1 icrocomp Sys. SoftwareHYBRID LAB W 08:00 A12:40 P TECH A204 4 STAFF CPT1404.TY1 icrocomp Sys. SoftwareHYBRID INTR NT 4 STAFF CPT1407.TY1 Elect. & Compute SkillsHYBRID LAB 01:00 P05:40 P TECH A204 4 STAFF CPT1407.TY1 Elect. & Compute SkillsHYBRID W INTR NT 4 STAFF BIOL2402.PY1 Anatomy and Phys. IIHYBRID LAB TR 06:00 P08:50 P PCNJ STAFF BIOL2402.PY1 Anatomy and Phys. IIHYBRID INTR NT 4 STAFF CPT1411.TY1 Intro. to Com.ainHYBRID LAB W 01:00 P05:40 P TECH A204 4 STAFF CPT1411.TY1 Intro. to Com.ainHYBRID INTR NT 4 STAFF Summer I IDVALLEY CAPUS Administrative Office Careers POFT1349.W01 Admin. Office Procedures II LLB TWRF 07:30 A10:50 A WESL D147 3 STAFF POFL1340.W01 Legal Office Procedures II LLB TWRF 07:30 A10:50 A WESL D125 3 STAFF Art ARTS1301.W01 Art Appreciation TWR 10:00 A12:20 P WESL G115 3 STAFF Biology BIOL1408.W02 General Biology I LAB TWRF 03:00 P04:50 P WESL G204 4 STAFF BIOL1408.W02 General Biology I TWRF 01:00 P02:50 P WESL G204 4 STAFF BIOL1408.W03 General Biology I LAB TWRF 03:00 P04:50 P WESL G205 4 STAFF BIOL1408.W03 General Biology I TWRF 01:00 P02:50 P WESL G231 4 STAFF BIOL1409.W01 General Biology II LAB TWRF 08:00 A09:50 A WESL G204 4 STAFF BIOL1409.W01 General Biology II TWRF 10:00 A11:50 A WESL G204 4 STAFF BIOL2401.W01 Anatomy and Physiology I LAB TWRF 01:00 P02:50 P WESL G214 4 STAFF BIOL2401.W01 Anatomy and Physiology I TWRF 03:00 P04:50 P WESL G216 4 STAFF BIOL2401.W02 Anatomy and Physiology I LAB TWRF 08:00 A09:50 A WESL G208 4 STAFF BIOL2401.W02 Anatomy and Physiology I TWRF 10:00 A11:50 A WESL G178 4 STAFF BIOL2401.W03 Anatomy and Physiology I LAB TWRF 01:00 P02:50 P WESL G216 4 STAFF BIOL2401.W03 Anatomy and Physiology I TWRF 03:00 P04:50 P WESL G231 4 STAFF BIOL2401.W20 Anatomy and Physiology I LAB TWRF 06:00 P07:50 P WESL G208 4 STAFF BIOL2401.W20 Anatomy and Physiology I TWRF 08:00 P09:50 P WESL G210 4 STAFF BIOL2402.W01 Anatomy and Physiology II LAB TWRF 03:00 P04:50 P WESL G208 4 STAFF BIOL2402.W01 Anatomy and Physiology II TWRF 01:00 P02:50 P WESL G107 4 STAFF BIOL2402.W03 Anatomy and Physiology II LAB TWRF 10:00 A11:50 A WESL G208 4 STAFF BIOL2402.W03 Anatomy and Physiology II TWRF 08:00 A09:50 A WESL G167 4 STAFF BIOL1406.W01 Biology for Science ajors I LAB TWRF 10:00 A11:50 A WESL G205 4 STAFF BIOL1406.W01 Biology for Science ajors I TWRF 08:00 A09:50 A WESL G210 4 STAFF BIOL2420.W01 icrobiology for NonScience LAB TWRF 03:00 P04:50 P WESL G207 4 STAFF BIOL2420.W01 icrobiology for NonScience TWRF 01:00 P02:50 P WESL G180 4 STAFF Chemistry CHE1411.W02 General Chemistry I LAB TWRF 10:00 A11:50 A WESL B210 4 STAFF CHE1411.W02 General Chemistry I TWRF 08:00 A09:50 A WESL B210 4 STAFF CHE1412.W20 General Chemistry II LAB TWRF 08:00 P09:50 P WESL B210 4 STAFF CHE1412.W20 General Chemistry II TWRF 06:00 P07:50 P WESL B210 4 STAFF CHE2423.W01 Organic Chemistry I LAB TWRF 01:00 P02:50 P WESL B210 4 STAFF CHE2423.W01 Organic Chemistry I TWRF 03:00 P04:50 P WESL A110 4 STAFF CHE1411.W01 General Chemistry I LAB TWRF 03:00 P04:50 P WESL B210 4 STAFF CHE1411.W01 General Chemistry I TWRF 01:00 P02:50 P WESL A110 4 STAFF College Success ORIN0101.W03 College Success TWR 12:30 P02:50 P WESL G113 3 Botello Criminal Justice CRIJ2328.W01 Police Systems and Practices TWR 10:00 A12:20 P WESL A108 3 Peterson CRIJ1301.W01 Intro. to Criminal Justice TWR 07:30 A09:50 A WESL G180 3 Peterson Economics ECON2301.W01 Principles of Econ. 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9 summer I PECAN CAPUS Chemistry CHE1411.P01 General Chemistry I LAB TWRF 10:00 A11:50 A PCNG STAFF CHE1411.P01 General Chemistry I TWRF 08:00 A09:50 A PCNG STAFF ENGL0200.P02 Developmental English II LAB WR 11:00 A01:40 P PCNG STAFF ENGL0200.P02 Developmental English II T 11:00 A01:40 P PCNG STAFF ENGL0100.P01 Developmental English I LAB WR 08:00 A10:40 A PCNG Schiefelbein ENGL0100.P01 Developmental English I T 08:00 A10:40 A PCNG Schiefelbein CHE1411.P02 General Chemistry I LAB TWRF 08:00 A09:50 A PCNG STAFF ENGL0200.P03 Developmental English II LAB WR 11:00 A01:40 P PCNT De La Vina CHE1411.P02 General Chemistry I TWRF 10:00 A11:50 A PCNG STAFF ENGL0200.P03 Developmental English II T 11:00 A01:40 P PCNJ De La Vina CHE1411.P03 General Chemistry I LAB TWRF 03:00 P04:50 P PCNG STAFF CHE1411.P03 General Chemistry I TWRF 01:00 P02:50 P PCNG STAFF CHE1411.P04 General Chemistry I LAB TWRF 10:00 A11:50 A PCNG STAFF CHE1411.P04 General Chemistry I TWRF 08:00 A09:50 A PCNG STAFF CHE1411.P05 General Chemistry I LAB TWRF 01:00 P02:50 P PCNG STAFF CHE1411.P05 General Chemistry I TWRF 03:00 P04:50 P PCNG STAFF CHE1411.P20 General Chemistry I LAB TWRF 08:00 P09:50 P PCNG STAFF CHE1411.P20 General Chemistry I TWRF 06:00 P07:50 P PCNG STAFF CHE1412.P01 General Chemistry II LAB TWRF 08:00 A09:50 A PCNG STAFF CHE1412.P01 General Chemistry II TWRF 10:00 A11:50 A PCNG STAFF CHE1412.P02 General Chemistry II LAB TWRF 01:00 P02:50 P PCNG STAFF CHE1412.P02 General Chemistry II TWRF 03:00 P04:50 P PCNG STAFF CHE2423.P01 Organic Chemistry I LAB TWRF 03:00 P04:50 P PCNG STAFF CHE2423.P01 Organic Chemistry I TWRF 01:00 P02:50 P PCNG STAFF CHE1411.P21 General Chemistry I LAB TWRF 06:00 P07:50 P PCNG STAFF CHE1411.P21 General Chemistry I TWRF 08:00 P09:50 P PCNG STAFF CHE1412.P20 General Chemistry II LAB TWRF 06:00 P07:50 P PCNG STAFF CHE1412.P20 General Chemistry II TWRF 08:00 P09:50 P PCNG STAFF CHE2423.P20 Organic Chemistry I LAB TWRF 08:00 P09:50 P PCNG STAFF CHE2423.P20 Organic Chemistry I TWRF 06:00 P07:50 P PCNG STAFF College Success ORIN0101.P01 College Success TWR 07:30 A09:50 A PCNJ Rodriguez ORIN0101.P05 College Success TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNJ Rodriguez Criminal Justice CRIJ1310.P01 Fund. of Criminal Law TWR 12:30 P02:50 P PCNT Stough CRIJ2328.P01 Police Systems and Practices TWR 12:30 P02:50 P PCNT Hughes CRIJ1301.P02 Intro. to Criminal Justice TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNT Hughes CRIJ1306.P01 Court Systems & Practices TWR 03:00 P05:20 P PCNT Fuentes CRIJ1301.P01 Intro. to Criminal Justice TWR 07:30 A09:50 A PCNT Hughes Drama DRA1351.P01 Acting I TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNL STAFF DRA1121.P01 Theater Practicum II TWR 12:30 P02:50 P PCNL STAFF DRA1120.P01 Theater practicum I TWR 12:30 P02:50 P PCNL STAFF DRA2120.P01 Theater Practicum III TWR 12:30 P02:50 P PCNL STAFF Economics ECON2301.P01 Principles of Econ. 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ENGL1301.P05 Composition TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNJ STAFF ENGL1301.P20 Composition TR 06:00 P09:20 P PCNJ STAFF ENGL1302.P01 Composition II Rhetoric TWRF 08:00 A09:50 A PCNJ STAFF ENGL1302.P03 Composition II Rhetoric TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNJ STAFF ENGL1302.P04 Composition II Rhetoric TWR 12:30 P02:50 P PCNJ STAFF ENGL1302.P05 Composition II Rhetoric TWR 03:00 P05:20 P PCNJ STAFF ENGL1302.P02 Composition II Rhetoric TWRF 10:00 A11:50 A PCNJ STAFF ENGL1302.P20 Composition II Rhetoric TR 06:00 P09:20 P PCNJ STAFF ENGL2326.P01 American Literature TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNJ STAFF ENGL2341.P01 Introduction to Literature TWRF 08:00 A09:50 A PCNJ STAFF ENGL2341.P02 Introduction to Literature TWRF 10:00 A11:50 A PCNJ STAFF ENGL0200.P01 Developmental English II LAB T 08:00 A10:40 A PCNG Perez ENGL0200.P01 Developmental English II WR 08:00 A10:40 A PCNJ Perez ENGL0200.P04 Developmental English II LAB WR 02:00 P04:40 P PCNT STAFF ENGL0200.P04 Developmental English II T 02:00 P04:40 P PCNG STAFF ENGL0100.P02 Developmental English I LAB WR 11:00 A01:40 P PCN STAFF ENGL0100.P02 Developmental English I T 11:00 A01:40 P PCNJ STAFF Geology GEOL1403.P01 Physical Geology LAB TWRF 08:00 A09:50 A PCNG STAFF GEOL1403.P01 Physical Geology TWRF 10:00 A11:50 A PCNG STAFF GEOL1403.P02 Physical Geology LAB TWRF 01:00 P02:50 P PCNG STAFF GEOL1403.P02 Physical Geology TWRF 03:00 P04:50 P PCNG STAFF Government GOVT2305.P01 Federal Government TWR 07:30 A09:50 A PCNT celvain GOVT2305.P02 Federal Government TWR 07:30 A09:50 A PCNT Inmon GOVT2305.P03 Federal Government TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNT Gadson GOVT2305.P04 Federal Government TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNT celvain GOVT2305.P05 Federal Government TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNT Burton GOVT2305.P06 Federal Government TWR 12:30 P02:50 P PCNT Zapata GOVT2305.P07 Federal Government TWR 12:30 P02:50 P PCNT Inmon GOVT2305.P08 Federal Government TWR 12:30 P02:50 P PCNT urray GOVT2305.P09 Federal Government TWR 03:00 P05:20 P PCNT Hake GOVT2306.P01 Texas Government TWR 07:30 A09:50 A PCNT Burton GOVT2306.P02 Texas Government TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNT Greene GOVT2306.P03 Texas Government TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNT Inmon GOVT2306.P04 Texas Government TWR 12:30 P02:50 P PCNT celvain GOVT2306.P05 Texas Government TWR 03:00 P05:20 P PCNT Zapata GOVT2306.P06 Texas Government TWR 12:30 P02:50 P PCNT Burton GOVT2305.QP1 Federal Government PCN 3 Ballinger History HIST1301.P01 United States History I TWR 07:30 A09:50 A PCNJ STAFF HIST1301.P03 United States History I TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNJ STAFF HIST1301.P05 United States History I TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNJ STAFF HIST1301.P06 United States History I TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNJ STAFF HIST1301.P07 U.S. History I + SI Support TWR 12:30 P02:50 P PCNJ STAFF HIST1301.P10 United States History I TWR 12:30 P02:50 P PCNJ STAFF HIST1301.P11 United States History I TWR 03:00 P05:20 P PCNJ STAFF HIST1301.P20 United States History I TWR 06:00 P09:20 P PCNJ STAFF HIST1302.P01 United States History II TWR 07:30 A09:50 A PCNJ STAFF HIST1302.P02 United States History II TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNJ STAFF HIST1302.P05 United States History II TWR 12:30 P02:50 P PCNJ STAFF HIST1302.P09 United States History II TWR 03:00 P05:20 P PCNJ STAFF HIST2321.P01 World Civilizations I TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNJ STAFF HIST1302.P06 United States History II TWR 12:30 P02:50 P PCNJ STAFF HIST1301.QP1 United States History I PCN 3 Rice HIST1302.QP1 United States History II PCN 3 Rice Humanities HUA1301.P01 Intro. to the Humanities I TWR 12:30 P02:50 P PCNG Branwell HUA1301.P02 Intro. to the Humanities I TWR 10:00 A11:50 A PCNG STAFF Kinesiology KINE1301.P01 Introduction to Kinesiology TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCN2 2607G 3 De Los Santos KINE Bowling I ACT TWRF 08:00 A09:50 A FBWL LANES 1 De Los Santos KINE1103.P01 Weight Training & Conditioning ACT TWRF 01:00 P02:50 P PCN artinez ATH0085.P02 Introductory Algebra LAB F 10:00 A12:20 P PCNJ STAFF ATH0085.P02 Introductory Algebra TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNJ STAFF ATH0100.P01 Developmental ath I LLB TWRF 08:00 A11:50 A PCNT STAFF ATH0200.P01 Developmental ath II TWRF 08:00 A11:50 A PCN STAFF ATH1324.P01 Finite LLB TWRF 10:00 A12:20 P PCNJ STAFF ATH1332.P01 Contemporary TWRF 08:00 A09:50 A PCNJ STAFF ATH1350.P01 Fundamentals of I TWRF 08:00 A09:50 A PCNJ STAFF ATH1351.P01 Fundamentals of II TWR 12:30 P02:50 P PB25 B 3 STAFF ATH1414.P01 College Algebra TWRF 07:30 A09:50 A PCNJ STAFF ATH1414.P02 College Algebra TWRF 10:00 A12:20 P PCNJ STAFF ATH1414.P03 College Algebra TWRF 12:30 P02:50 P PCNJ STAFF ATH1414.P04 College Algebra TWRF 03:00 P05:20 P PCNJ STAFF ATH1414.P05 College Algebra TWRF 07:30 A09:50 A PCNJ STAFF ATH1414.P20 College Algebra TWR 05:30 P08:20 P PCNJ Esmaeili ATH1425.P01 Business Calculus TWRF 03:00 P05:20 P PCNT STAFF ATH1442.P02 Statistics TWRF 12:30 P02:50 P PCNJ STAFF ATH2412.P01 Precalculus Algebra & Trig. LLB TWRF 07:00 A09:50 A PCNJ STAFF ATH2413.P01 Calculus I LLB TWRF 03:00 P06:20 P PCNJ STAFF ATH2414.P01 Calculus II LLB TWRF 11:00 A02:20 P PCNJ STAFF ATH0100.P02 Developmental ath I LLB TWRF 01:00 P04:50 P PCNT STAFF ATH2412.P02 Precalculus Algebra & Trig. LLB TWRF 12:30 P03:50 P PCNJ Amro ATH0200.P03 Developmental ath II LLB TWRF 12:00 P03:50 P PCNT STAFF ATH0100.P04 Developmental ath I LLB TWRF 01:00 P04:50 P PCNT STAFF ATH0200.P04 Developmental ath II LLB TWRF 08:00 A11:50 A PCNT STAFF ATH1442.P20 Statistics TWR 05:30 P08:50 P PCNJ STAFF ATH0200.P20 Developmental ath II LLB TWRF 06:00 P09:50 P PCNJ STAFF ATH1414.P06 College Algebra TWRF 10:00 A12:20 P PCNJ STAFF summer I June 1 July 1 9

10 summer I PECAN CAPUS LA JOYA TEACHING CENTER ATH1414.P10 College Algebra TWRF 07:00 A08:50 A PCNG Amro ATH1414.P11 College Algebra TWRF 10:00 A11:50 A PCNG STAFF ATH2415.P01 Calculus III LLB TWRF 12:30 P03:50 P PCNJ STAFF ATH0090.P01 Inter. Algebra I & Geometry LAB W 07:30 A09:50 A PCNJ STAFF ATH0090.P01 Inter. Algebra I & Geometry TRF 07:30 A09:50 A PCNJ STAFF ATH0100.P20 Developmental ath I LLB TWRF 06:00 P09:50 P PCNT Arredondo ATH2413.P02 Calculus I LLB TWRF 11:00 A02:20 P PCNT STAFF ATH1351.P02 Fundamentals of II TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNJ Amro ATH0080.P01 Basic TWR 07:30 A09:50 A PCNJ STAFF ATH0080.P02 Basic LAB F 10:00 A12:20 P PCNJ STAFF ATH0080.P02 Basic TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNJ STAFF ATL0020.P10 ath Supplementary Lab LLB TWRF 09:00 A09:50 A PCNG Amro ATL0020.P11 ath Supplementary Lab LLB TWRF 12:00 P12:50 P PCNG STAFF TEC1371.P02 ath for Allied Health TWRF 08:00 A09:50 A PCNJ STAFF TEC1371.P21 ath for Allied Health TR 06:00 P09:20 P PCNJ STAFF usic USI1306.P03 usic Appreciation TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PB19 B 3 STAFF USI1212.P01 usic Theory II WF 03:00 P06:20 P PCN Cather USI1117.P01 Sight Singing & Ear Train II LAB TR 03:00 P06:20 P PCN Cather USI1114.P01 Piano Class for usic ajors I LAB TWRF 12:00 P01:50 P PCN Cather USI1115.P01 Piano Class for usic ajrs II LAB TWRF 12:00 P01:50 P PCN Cather USI2114.P01 Piano Class for usic aj III LAB TWRF 12:00 P01:50 P PCN Cather USI1192.P01 Guitar Class LAB TWR 12:00 P02:20 P PCN Garcia USI1306.P04 usic Appreciation TWR 01:00 P03:20 P PB19 B 3 Schermerhorn Paralegal LGLA1353.QP1 Wills, Trusts & Probate Adm. 3 STAFF Philosophy PHIL2306.P32 Introduction to Ethics TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNJ STAFF PHIL1301.P02 Intro. to Philosophy TWR 12:30 P02:50 P PCNJ STAFF Physics / Physical Science PHYS1401.P01 College Physics I LAB TWRF 10:00 A11:50 A PCNG STAFF PHYS1401.P01 College Physics I TWRF 08:00 A09:50 A PCNJ STAFF PHYS1402.P01 College Physics II LAB TWRF 03:00 P04:50 P PCNG STAFF PHYS1402.P01 College Physics II TWRF 01:00 P02:50 P PCNJ STAFF PHYS1415.P02 Physical Science I LAB TWRF 08:00 A09:50 A PCNG STAFF PHYS1415.P02 Physical Science I TWRF 10:00 A11:50 A PCNG STAFF PHYS1417.P01 Physical Science II LAB TWRF 10:00 A11:50 A PCNG STAFF PHYS1417.P01 Physical Science II TWRF 08:00 A09:50 A PCNG STAFF PHYS2425.P20 University Physics I LAB TWRF 08:00 P09:50 P PCNG STAFF PHYS2425.P20 University Physics I TWRF 06:00 P07:50 P PCNJ STAFF PHYS2426.P01 University Physics II LAB TWRF 03:00 P04:50 P PCNG STAFF PHYS2426.P01 University Physics II TWRF 01:00 P02:50 P PCNG STAFF PHYS1401.P02 College Physics I LAB TWRF 01:00 P02:50 P PCNG STAFF PHYS1401.P02 College Physics I TWRF 03:00 P04:50 P PCNJ STAFF Reading READ0100.P01 Developmental Reading I LAB T 08:00 A10:40 A PCNG STAFF READ0100.P01 Developmental Reading I WR 08:00 A10:40 A PCNG STAFF READ0100.P03 Developmental Reading I LAB T 02:00 P04:40 P PCNG STAFF READ0100.P03 Developmental Reading I WR 02:00 P04:40 P PCNG STAFF READ0200.P01 Developmental Reading II LAB W 08:00 A10:40 A PCNG STAFF READ0200.P01 Developmental Reading II TR 08:00 A10:40 A PCNJ STAFF READ0200.P05 Developmental Reading II LAB R 02:00 P04:40 P PCNG STAFF READ0200.P05 Developmental Reading II TW 02:00 P04:40 P PCNJ STAFF READ0100.P02 Developmental Reading I LAB T 11:00 A01:40 P PCNG STAFF READ0100.P02 Developmental Reading I WR 11:00 A01:40 P PCNG STAFF READ0200.P03 Developmental Reading II LAB R 08:00 A10:40 A PCNG STAFF READ0200.P03 Developmental Reading II TW 08:00 A10:40 A PCNJ STAFF READ0200.P04 Developmental Reading II LAB R 11:00 A01:40 P PCNG STAFF READ0200.P04 Developmental Reading II TW 11:00 A01:40 P PCNJ STAFF READ0200.P02 Developmental Reading II LAB W 11:00 A01:40 P PCNG STAFF READ0200.P02 Developmental Reading II TR 11:00 A01:40 P PCNJ STAFF Sign Language (American) SGNL1301.P20 Beg. Amer. Sign Language I LLB TWRF 05:30 P07:50 P PCNJ Zenor SGNL2301.P01 Inter. Amer. Sign Language I TWR 03:00 P05:20 P PCNJ Zenor Sociology SOCI1301.P01 Introductory Sociology TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNT Arizmendi SOCI1301.P02 Introductory Sociology TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNT Ortiz SOCI1301.P03 Introductory Sociology TWR 12:30 P02:50 P PCNT De La Cruz SOCI1301.P04 Introductory Sociology TWR 03:00 P05:20 P PCNT De La Cruz SOCI2301.P01 arriage and the Family TWR 07:30 A09:50 A PCNJ Ortiz Spanish SPAN1311.P01 Beg. Spanish. INon Span. Sp. TWR 12:30 P02:50 P PCNJ Banford SPAN1311.P02 Beg. Spanish. INon Span. Sp. TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNJ Silva SPAN1411.P01 Beg Spanish I Non Spanish Sp LAB F 10:00 A12:20 P PCNT Banford SPAN1411.P01 Beg Spanish I Non Spanish Sp TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNJ Banford SPAN2311.P01 Intermediate Spanish I TWR 12:30 P02:50 P PCNJ Silva SPAN1311.QP1 Beg.Span ISpan SpStudyAbroad PCN 3 Villarreal SPAN1311.P03 Beg. Spanish. INon Span. Sp. TWR 03:00 P05:20 P PCNJ Lopez SPAN1312.QP1 Beg. Span IISp.Study Abroad PCN 3 Villarreal Speech SPCH1311.P01 Intro. to Speech Communication TWR 07:30 A09:50 A PCNJ STAFF SPCH1311.P02 Intro. to Speech Communication TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNJ STAFF SPCH1311.P03 Intro. to Speech Communication TWR 12:30 P02:50 P PCNJ STAFF SPCH1311.P07 Intro. to Speech Communication TWR 12:30 P02:50 P PCNJ STAFF SPCH1311.P08 Intro. to Speech Communication TWR 03:00 P05:20 P PCNJ STAFF SPCH1315.P01 Public Speaking TWR 12:30 P02:50 P PCNJ STAFF SPCH1318.P01 Interpersonal Communications TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNJ STAFF SPCH1321.P01 Business & Prof. Speaking TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNJ STAFF SPCH1311.QP1 Intro to Spch ComStudy Abroad PCN 3 STAFF PHYS1415.P03 Physical Science I LAB TWRF 01:00 P02:50 P PCNG STAFF PHYS1415.P03 Physical Science I TWRF 03:00 P04:50 P PCNG STAFF PHYS1401.P20 College Physics I LAB TWRF 06:00 P07:50 P PCNG STAFF PHYS1401.P20 College Physics I TWRF 08:00 P09:50 P PCNJ STAFF PHYS1417.P02 Physical Science II LAB TWRF 03:00 P04:50 P PCNG STAFF PHYS1417.P02 Physical Science II TWRF 01:00 P02:50 P PCNG STAFF PHYS1417.P20 Physical Science II LAB TWRF 08:00 P09:50 P PCNG STAFF PHYS1417.P20 Physical Science II TWRF 06:00 P07:50 P PCNG STAFF PHYS2425.P01 University Physics I LAB TWRF 08:00 A09:50 A PCNG STAFF PHYS2425.P01 University Physics I TWRF 10:00 A11:50 A PCNG STAFF Continuing, Professional and Workforce Education Continuing, Professional and Workforce Education Bus Driving and Truck Driving classes begin weekly! 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Benefits of a hybrid course: Art ARTS1301.G01 Art Appreciation TWR 10:00 A12:20 P STRC E Varela Biology BIOL1408.G02 General Biology I LAB TWRF 03:00 P04:50 P STRC E STAFF BIOL1408.G02 General Biology I TWRF 01:00 P02:50 P STRC E STAFF BIOL2401.G01 Anatomy and Physiology I LAB TWRF 10:00 A11:50 A STRC E STAFF BIOL2401.G01 Anatomy and Physiology I TWRF 08:00 A09:50 A STRC E STAFF Chemistry CHE1411.G01 General Chemistry I LAB TWRF 03:00 P04:50 P STRC C301 4 Alvarez CHE1411.G01 General Chemistry I TWRF 01:00 P02:50 P STRC J101 4 Alvarez CHE2423.G01 Organic Chemistry I LAB TWRF 10:00 A11:50 A STRC C301 4 Alvarez CHE2423.G01 Organic Chemistry I TWRF 08:00 A09:50 A STRC J101 4 Alvarez College Success College Success TWR 12:30 P02:50 P STRC E Jauregui English ENGL1301.G01 Composition TWR 10:00 A12:20 P STRC E STAFF ENGL1301.G02 Composition TWR 12:30 P02:50 P STRC E STAFF ENGL1302.G01 Composition II Rhetoric TWR 12:30 P02:50 P STRC E STAFF ENGL0100.G01 Developmental English I LAB WR 08:00 A10:40 A STRC J105 3 Perkins ENGL0100.G01 Developmental English I T 08:00 A10:40 A STRC E Perkins ENGL0200.G01 Developmental English II LAB WR 11:00 A01:40 P STRC E STAFF ENGL0200.G01 Developmental English II T 11:00 A01:40 P STRC E STAFF Government GOVT2305.G01 Federal Government TWR 07:30 A09:50 A STRC E Reynolds GOVT2305.G02 Federal Government TWR 12:30 P02:50 P STRC E Reynolds GOVT2306.G01 Texas Government TWR 10:00 A12:20 P STRC E Reynolds History HIST1301.G01 United States History I TWR 10:00 A12:20 P STRC E STAFF HIST1301.G02 United States History I TWR 03:00 P05:20 P STRC E STAFF HIST1302.G01 United States History II TWR 12:30 P02:50 P STRC E STAFF ATH1414.G01 College Algebra TWRF 10:00 A12:20 P STRC E STAFF ATH1414.G02 College Algebra TWRF 12:30 P02:50 P STRC E STAFF Facetoface time with the faculty for questions and/or lectures. The hybrid courses meets less frequently on campus than traditional classes, providing flexible course offerings for students who have demanding work schedules and/or family responsibilities ATH0090.G01 Inter. Algebra I & Geometry LAB TWR 12:30 P02:50 P STRC E STAFF ATH0090.G01 Inter. 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Heating/Air Conditioning 08:00 A11:20 A TECH B316 3 STAFF AUT1345.T02 Auto. Heating/Air Conditioning LAB TWR 01:00 P04:20 P TECH B308 3 STAFF AUT1345.T02 Auto Climate Control Systems 01:00 P04:20 P TECH B316 3 STAFF AUT2425.T01 Auto Transmission & Trans. LAB TWRF 09:00 A11:20 A TECH B309B 4 STAFF AUT2425.T01 Auto Transmission & Trans. TWRF 08:00 A08:50 A TECH B314 4 STAFF AUT2434.T1F Auto Engine PerformanceIIFORD LAB TWRF 08:00 A08:50 A TECH B222 4 STAFF AUT2434.T1F Auto Engine PerformanceIIFORD TWRF 09:00 A12:50 P TECH B309A 4 STAFF AUT2313.T01 Auto. Drive Train & Axles LAB TWR 02:00 P04:20 P TECH B309B 3 STAFF AUT2313.T01 Auto. Drive Train & Axles TWR 01:00 P01:50 P TECH B314 3 STAFF AUT2266.G1 Practicum IIIG ASEP TWRF 08:00 A05:20 P C 2 STAFF Business Computer Systems ITNW2164.T01 CAPSTONE: Network Practicum C 1 Lozano ITSC2165.T01 CPSTN: Systems Admin. Pract. 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LLB TWRF 12:30 P03:50 P PCNJ STAFF ATH1414.P32 College Algebra TWRF 07:00 A08:50 A PCNG STAFF ATH1414.P35 College Algebra TWRF 10:00 A11:50 A PCNG STAFF ATH0100.P33 Developmental ath I LLB TWRF 01:00 P04:50 P PCNT STAFF ATH2415.P30 Calculus III LLB TWRF 11:00 A02:20 P PCNJ STAFF ATH2420.P30 Differential Equations TRF 03:00 P05:20 P PCNJ STAFF ATH0080.P30 Basic LAB F 10:00 A12:20 P PCNJ STAFF ATH0080.P30 Basic TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNJ STAFF ATL0020.P32 ath Supplementary Lab LLB TWRF 09:00 A09:50 A PCNG STAFF ATL0020.P35 ath Supplementary Lab LLB TWRF 12:00 P12:50 P PCNG STAFF TEC1371.P31 ath for Allied Health TWF 12:30 P02:20 P PB25 B 3 STAFF TEC1371.P30 ath for Allied Health TWRF 12:30 P02:20 P PCNT STAFF TEC1371.P50 ath for Allied Health TR 06:00 P09:20 P PCNJ STAFF usic USI1306.P30 usic Appreciation TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PB19 B 3 Buhidar USI1192.P30 Guitar Class LAB TWR 12:00 P02:20 P PCN Garcia Paralegal LGLA2309.QP1 Real Property LLB 3 STAFF LGLA1305.QP1 Legal Writing LLB 3 STAFF Philosophy PHIL1301.P30 Intro. to Philosophy TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNJ STAFF PHIL2306.P30 Introduction to Ethics TWR 12:30 P02:50 P PCNJ STAFF Physics / Physical Science PHYS1417.P30 Physical Science II LAB TWRF 08:00 A09:50 A PCNG STAFF PHYS1417.P30 Physical Science II TWRF 10:00 A11:50 A PCNG STAFF PHYS2425.P50 University Physics I LAB TWRF 08:00 P09:50 P PCNG STAFF PHYS2425.P50 University Physics I TWRF 06:00 P07:50 P PCNJ STAFF PHYS2426.P30 University Physics II LAB TWRF 01:00 P02:50 P PCNG STAFF PHYS2426.P30 University Physics II TWRF 03:00 P04:50 P PCNJ STAFF PHYS1402.P51 College Physics II LAB TWRF 10:00 A11:50 A PCNG STAFF PHYS1402.P51 College Physics II TWRF 08:00 A09:50 A PCNJ STAFF PHYS1401.P31 College Physics I LAB TWRF 08:00 A09:50 A PCNG STAFF PHYS1401.P31 College Physics I TWRF 10:00 A11:50 A PCNJ STAFF PHYS1402.P50 College Physics II LAB TWRF 06:00 P07:50 P PCNG STAFF PHYS1402.P50 College Physics II TWRF 08:00 P09:50 P PCNJ STAFF PHYS1417.P31 Physical Science II LAB TWRF 01:00 P02:50 P PCNG STAFF PHYS1417.P31 Physical Science II TWRF 03:00 P04:50 P PCNG STAFF PHYS2425.P30 University Physics I LAB TWRF 01:00 P02:50 P PCNG STAFF PHYS2425.P30 University Physics I TWRF 03:00 P04:50 P PCNG STAFF PHYS1415.P31 Physical Science I LAB TWRF 10:00 A11:50 A PCNG STAFF PHYS1415.P31 Physical Science I TWRF 08:00 A09:50 A PCNG STAFF PHYS1401.P30 College Physics I LAB TWRF 03:00 P04:50 P PCNG STAFF PHYS1401.P30 College Physics I TWRF 01:00 P02:50 P PCNJ STAFF PHYS1415.P50 Physical Science I LAB TWRF 08:00 P09:50 P PCNG STAFF PHYS1415.P50 Physical Science I TWRF 06:00 P07:50 P PCNG STAFF Psychology PSYC2301.P31 General Psychology TWR 10:00 A12:00 P PCNT Weber PSYC2301.P33 General Psychology TWR 12:30 P02:50 P PCNT Jackson PSYC2301.P34 General Psychology TWR 03:00 P05:20 P PCNT Gonzalez PSYC2314.P33 Lifespan Growth & Development TWR 12:30 P02:50 P PCNT Shepard PSYC2314.P30 Lifespan Growth & Development TWR 07:30 A09:50 A PCNT Shepard PSYC2314.P31 Lifespan Growth & Development TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNT Shepard PSYC2317.P30 Statistical ethods in Psyc. TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNJ Gonzalez Reading READ0100.P30 Developmental Reading I LAB T 08:00 A10:40 A PCNG STAFF READ0100.P30 Developmental Reading I WR 08:00 A10:40 A PCNG STAFF READ0100.P31 Developmental Reading I LAB T 11:00 A01:40 P PCNG STAFF READ0100.P31 Developmental Reading I WR 11:00 A01:40 P PCNG STAFF READ0200.P30 Developmental Reading II LAB R 08:00 A10:40 A PCNG STAFF READ0200.P30 Developmental Reading II TW 08:00 A10:40 A PCNJ STAFF READ0200.P31 Developmental Reading II LAB R 11:00 A01:40 P PCNG STAFF READ0200.P31 Developmental Reading II TW 11:00 A01:40 P PCNJ STAFF READ0200.P32 Developmental Reading II LAB 08:00 A10:40 A PCNG STAFF READ0200.P32 Developmental Reading II TWR 08:00 A10:40 A PCNJ STAFF READ0200.P33 Developmental Reading II LAB 11:00 A01:40 P PCNG STAFF READ0200.P33 Developmental Reading II TWR 11:00 A01:40 P PCNJ STAFF READ0100.P32 Developmental Reading I LAB W 08:00 A10:40 A PCNG STAFF READ0100.P32 Developmental Reading I TR 08:00 A10:40 A PCNJ STAFF READ0100.P33 Developmental Reading I LAB W 11:00 A01:40 P PCNG STAFF READ0100.P33 Developmental Reading I TR 11:00 A01:40 P PCNJ STAFF Sign Language (American) SGNL1302.P50 Beg. Amer. Sign Language II LLB TWRF 05:30 P07:50 P PCNG STAFF SGNL1301.P30 Beg. Amer. Sign Language I LLB TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNJ STAFF SGNL2302.QP1 Inter. Amer. Sign Language II PCN 3 STAFF Sociology SOCI1301.P30 Introductory Sociology TWR 07:30 A09:50 A PCNT Ortiz SOCI1301.P31 Introductory Sociology TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNT Ortiz SOCI1301.P32 Introductory Sociology TWR 12:30 P02:50 P PCNT Ortiz Spanish SPAN1311.P31 Beg. Spanish. INon Span. Sp. TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNJ STAFF SPAN2312.P30 Intermediate Spanish II TWR 12:30 P02:50 P PCNJ STAFF SPAN1311.P30 Beg. Spanish. INon Span. Sp. TWR 07:30 A09:50 A PCNG STAFF Speech SPCH1311.P30 Intro. to Speech Communication TWR 07:30 A09:50 A PCNL STAFF SPCH1311.P31 Intro. to Speech Communication TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNL STAFF SPCH1311.P32 Intro. to Speech Communication TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNL STAFF SPCH1311.P33 Intro. to Speech Communication TWR 12:30 P02:50 P PCNL STAFF SPCH1311.P34 Intro. to Speech Communication TWR 03:00 P05:20 P PCNL STAFF SPCH1318.P30 Interpersonal Communications TWR 10:00 A12:20 P PCNJ STAFF STARR COUNTY CAPUS Biology BIOL1409.G30 General Biology II LAB TWRF 03:00 P04:50 P STRC E STAFF BIOL1409.G30 General Biology II TWRF 01:00 P02:50 P STRC E STAFF BIOL2402.G30 Anatomy and Physiology II LAB TWRF 03:00 P04:50 P STRC E STAFF BIOL2402.G30 Anatomy and Physiology II TWRF 01:00 P02:50 P STRC E STAFF Chemistry CHE1412.G30 General Chemistry II LAB TWRF 03:00 P04:50 P STRC C301 4 STAFF CHE1412.G30 General Chemistry II TWRF 01:00 P02:50 P STRC J101 4 STAFF English ENGL1301.G03 Composition TWR 10:00 A12:20 P STRC E STAFF ENGL1302.G30 Composition II Rhetoric TWR 12:30 P02:50 P STRC E STAFF ENGL1301.G30 Composition TWR 03:00 P05:20 P STRC E STAFF ENGL0100.G30 Developmental English I LAB WR 08:00 A10:40 A STRC E Perkins ENGL0100.G30 Developmental English I T 08:00 A10:40 A STRC E Perkins ENGL0200.G30 Developmental English II LAB WR 11:00 A01:40 P STRC E STAFF ENGL0200.G30 Developmental English II T 11:00 A01:40 P STRC E STAFF Government GOVT2305.G30 Federal Government TWR 10:00 A12:20 P STRC E Reynolds GOVT2306.G31 Texas Government TWR 12:30 P02:50 P STRC E Reynolds 14 summer II july 8 August 7

15 Summer II TECHNOLOGY CAPUS History HIST1301.G30 United States History I TWR 10:00 A12:20 P STRC E STAFF HIST1302.G30 United States History II TWR 12:30 P02:50 P STRC E STAFF ATH0085.G30 Introductory Algebra LAB R 10:00 A12:20 P STRC E STAFF ATH0085.G30 Introductory Algebra TWF 10:00 A12:20 P STRC E STAFF ATH1414.G30 College Algebra TWRF 10:00 A12:20 P STRC E STAFF ATH0080.G30 Basic LAB F 10:00 A12:20 P STRC E STAFF ATH0080.G30 Basic TWR 10:00 A12:20 P STRC E STAFF Physics / Physical Science PHYS1415.G30 Physical Science I LAB TWRF 10:00 A11:50 A STRC C303 4 STAFF PHYS1415.G30 Physical Science I TWRF 08:00 A09:50 A STRC C303 4 STAFF PHYS1417.G30 Physical Science II LAB TWRF 03:00 P04:50 P STRC C303 4 STAFF PHYS1417.G30 Physical Science II TWRF 01:00 P02:50 P STRC C303 4 STAFF Psychology PSYC2301.G30 General Psychology TWR 10:00 A12:20 P STRC E Sarabia PSYC2314.G30 Lifespan Growth & Development TWR 12:30 P02:50 P STRC E Sarabia Reading READ0100.G30 Developmental Reading I LAB R 08:00 A10:40 A STRC C312 3 STAFF READ0100.G30 Developmental Reading I TW 08:00 A10:40 A STRC C312 3 STAFF READ0200.G30 Developmental Reading II LLB TWR 08:00 A10:40 A STRC E STAFF Sociology SOCI1301.G30 Introductory Sociology TWR 12:30 P02:50 P STRC E De La Cruz Welding WLDG2443.G30 Adv. Shielded etal Arc Wldg. LLB TW 07:30 A03:30 P 4 STAFF WLDG2452.G30 Adv Flux Cored Arc Welding LLB RFS 07:30 A03:30 P 4 STAFF TECHNOLOGY CAPUS Accounting ACCT2402.T31 Prin. of anagerial Accounting LLB TWRF 01:00 P04:50 P TECH A120 4 Laurel Automotive Technology AUT1266.T50 Practicum I TWRF 04:30 P10:20 P C 2 STAFF AUT1345.T30 Auto Climate Control Systems LAB TWR 09:00 A10:50 A 3 STAFF AUT1345.T30 Auto Climate Control Systems TWR 08:00 A08:50 A 3 STAFF AUT1266.TF1 Practicum I TWRF 08:00 A05:20 P C 2 STAFF AUT1345.T02 Auto Climate Control Systems LAB TWR 09:00 A10:50 A 3 STAFF AUT1345.T02 Auto Climate Control Systems TWR 08:00 A08:50 A 3 STAFF AUT2267.G1 Capstone: Practicum IVG ASEP TWRF 08:00 A05:20 P C 2 STAFF anufacturing Technology CHN2382.QT1 CAPSTONE: Coop. Education II COO TECH 3 STAFF DER1301.QT1 Shop Safety and Procedures TWR 08:30 A10:50 A 3 STAFF Paralegal LGLA2313.T30 Criminal Law and Procedure LLB TWRF 07:30 A10:50 A TECH B102 3 Gaytan Welding WLDG2406.T30 Intermediate Pipe Welding LLB TW 08:00 A04:50 P 4 STAFF WLDG2443.QT2 Adv. Shielded etal Arc Wldg. LLB TR 06:00 P09:50 P 4 STAFF WLDG1428.QT2 Intro. to Shielded etal Arc Wldg. LLB TW 06:00 P09:50 P 4 STAFF WLDG1430.QT2 Intro. to Gas etal Arc Weld. LAB RFS 10:00 A04:50 P 4 STAFF WLDG1430.QT2 Intro. to Gas etal Arc Weld. RFS 08:00 A09:50 A 4 STAFF WLDG1428.QT1 Intro. to Shielded etal Arc Wldg. LAB TW 03:00 P04:50 P 4 STAFF WLDG1428.QT1 Intro. to Shielded etal Arc Wldg. TW 01:00 P02:50 P 4 STAFF WLDG1417.T30 Intro. to Lay Out and Fabricat LLB RFS 08:00 A04:50 P 4 STAFF Library Services Hours of Operations Summer 2015 IDVALLEY CAPUS ondaythursday... 8 a.m. 9 p.m. Friday... 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Saturday...10 a.m. 2 p.m. Sunday...Closed NURSING AND ALLIED HEALTH CAPUS ondaythursday...7:30 a.m. 7 p.m. Friday...7:30 a.m. 5 p.m. Saturday...Closed Sunday...Closed PECAN CAPUS ondaythursday...7 a.m. 10 p.m. Friday... 7 a.m. 5 p.m. Saturday... 9 a.m. 6 p.m. Sunday... 1 p.m. 6 p.m. STARR COUNTY CAPUS ondaythursday...7:30 a.m. 5:30 p.m. Friday... 8 a.m. 5 p.m. Saturday...Closed Sunday...Closed TECHNOLOGY CAPUS onthurs...9 a.m. 6:30 p.m. Friday... 9 a.m. 4 p.m. Saturday...Closed Sunday...Closed For more information please call For uptodate information, please refer to the Library/ Learning Resources website at WLDG1428.QT3 Intro. to Shielded etal Arc Wldg. LAB TW 10:00 A11:50 A 4 STAFF WLDG1428.QT3 Intro. to Shielded etal Arc Wldg. TW 08:00 A09:50 A 4 STAFF STUDENT ACTIVITIES & WELLNESS The office of Student Activities fosters the personal growth of individuals and promotes the development of socially responsible citizens and leaders by encouraging the active participation of students and student organizations in leadership, educational, cultural and civic programs which support and enhance student s collegiate experience and their education outside the classroom. New Programs Offered by Continuing, Professional & Workforce Education Professional in Human Resources (PHR) Preparation Certified anagerial Accountant For more information call (956) Campus Programming Board The Campus Programming Board engages South Texas College students in the planning, implementation and evaluation of programs and activities designed to meet a wide variety of student needs and interests that facilitate learning outside the classroom and enhance the sense of community at South Texas College. Student Organizations Over 70 student organizations at South Texas College contribute to a vibrant college community by providing invaluable experiences and opportunities for students to grow as individuals, leaders, and community members. Each year, student organizations sponsor conferences, seminars, lectures, debates, cultural and social events, and fine arts programs. These programs allow students to meet and interact with local, state, and nationally renowned scholars, artists, politicians, academicians, and other professionals. FirstYear Experience The First Year Experience at South Texas College is the combination of services, programs, curricular and cocurricular activities that support a student s transition from high school to South Texas College, while providing a foundation for academic success. Student Government Association The Student Government Association at South Texas College is the representative organization for the student body at South Texas College. The provides a forum for open discussion of matters affecting students at South Texas College. Student Leadership Academy The Student Leadership Academy encourages and aids in the development of student leaders. Through interactive workshops and seminars, this prestigious program allows students to develop their personal leadership style and put their leadership skills into practice, allowing them to gain experience and confidence. Intramural Sports and Wellness Programming Intramural Sports and Wellness Programming provides opportunities for individuals to engage in recreational sports and activities in a supportive and safe environment that enhances personal development, increases physical and mental health, encourages social interaction and develops lifetime patterns for healthful living and positive use of leisure time. summer II JuLY 8 August 7 15

16 SUER III IDVALLEY CAPUS Vocational Nursing VNSG1362.W60 Clinical III CLN WRF 06:30 A04:30 P CLN 3 STAFF VNSG1432.W60 edicalsurgical Nursing II 01:00 P03:50 P WESL B213 4 STAFF VNSG1432.W60 edicalsurgical Nursing II 09:00 A11:50 A WESL B213 4 STAFF VNSG1432.W61 edicalsurgical Nursing II T 01:00 P03:50 P WESL B213 4 STAFF VNSG1432.W61 edicalsurgical Nursing II T 09:00 A11:50 A WESL B213 4 STAFF VNSG1362.W62 Clinical III CLN WRF 06:30 A04:30 P CLN 3 STAFF VNSG1362.W61 Clinical III CLN WRF 06:30 A04:30 P CLN 3 STAFF VNSG1238.W60 ental Illness T 09:00 A11:50 A WESL B203 2 STAFF VNSG1238.W61 ental Illness 09:00 A11:50 A WESL B203 2 STAFF ESP1438.A60 Intro. to Advanced Practice LAB R 08:00 A11:50 A NAHC STAFF ESP1438.A60 Intro. to Advanced Practice W 03:00 P06:50 P NAHC STAFF ESP1501.A60 Emergency edical Technician LAB W 08:00 A11:50 A 5 STAFF ESP1501.A60 Emergency edical Technician TR 08:00 A09:50 A 5 STAFF ESP1501.A61 ET Basic LAB W 08:00 A11:50 A 5 STAFF ESP1501.A61 Emergency edical Technician TR 08:00 A09:50 A 5 STAFF ESP1160.A61 ET Basic Clinical CLN 08:00 A05:50 P 1 STAFF ESP1161.A91 ETIntermediate Hospital Cln. CLN R 03:30 P11:50 P 1 STAFF ESP1472.A60 Emergent Issues in ET LAB W 01:00 P02:50 P NAHC STAFF ESP1472.A60 Emergent Issues in ET TR 10:00 A11:50 A NAHC STAFF ESP1438.A61 Intro. to Advanced Practice LAB T 08:00 A11:50 A 4 STAFF ESP1438.A61 Intro. to Advanced Practice W 03:00 P06:50 P 4 STAFF nursing and allied health campus Associate Degree Nursing RNSG1162.A60 Transition Clinical CLN R 03:30 P05:30 P RGRH CLN 1 Brewster RNSG1162.A60 Transition Clinical CLN F 06:30 A02:30 P RGRH CLN 1 Brewster RNSG1162.A61 Transition Clinical CLN R 03:30 P05:30 P ECHH CLN 1 Adebowale RNSG1162.A61 Transition Clinical CLN F 06:30 A02:30 P ECHH CLN 1 Adebowale RNSG1162.A62 Transition Clinical CLN R 03:30 P05:30 P SOLA CLN 1 Dizon RNSG1162.A62 Transition Clinical CLN F 06:30 A02:30 P SOLA CLN 1 Dizon RNSG1260.AF1 ClinicalPeds./aternal/Infant CLN WR 07:30 A04:30 P DHAR CLN 2 Rodriguez RNSG1260.AF2 ClinicalPeds./aternal/Infant CLN WR 07:30 A04:30 P RC CLN 2 Guzman RNSG1260.AF3 ClinicalPeds./aternal/Infant CLN WR 07:30 A04:30 P ECHH CLN 2 Ramirez RNSG1260.AF4 ClinicalPeds./aternal/Infant CLN WR 07:30 A04:30 P RGRH CLN 2 Johnson RNSG1327.AF1 Transition to Prof Nursing LAB TR 01:30 P03:30 P NAHC Esguerra RNSG1327.AF1 Transition to Prof Nursing TR 08:30 A11:30 A NAHC Esguerra RNSG1412.AF1 Nursing Care Childbearing Fam. T 08:30 A12:30 P NAHC Rodriguez RNSG1412.AF2 Nursing Care Childbearing Fam. T 08:30 A12:30 P NAHC Rodriguez RNSG2121.A61 angement of Client Care F 08:30 A10:30 A NAHC Esguerra RNSG2163.A61 Clinical IV CLN 03:30 P05:00 P ED CLN 1 DeGuzman Esguerra RNSG2163.A61 Clinical IV CLN T 06:30 A03:30 P ED CLN 1 DeGuzman Esguerra RNSG2163.A62 Clinical IV CLN 03:30 P05:00 P RC CLN 1 Acevedo RNSG2163.A62 Clinical IV CLN T 06:30 A03:30 P RC CLN 1 Acevedo RNSG2163.A63 Clinical IV CLN 03:30 P05:30 P ED CLN 1 Cruz RNSG2163.A63 Clinical IV CLN T 06:30 A02:30 P ED CLN 1 Cruz RNSG2163.A64 Clinical IV CLN 03:30 P05:00 P SOLA CLN 1 Dizon RNSG2163.A64 Clinical IV CLN T 06:30 A02:30 P SOLA CLN 1 Dizon RNSG2331.A60 Adv. Concepts of Adult Health LAB WR 10:30 A11:20 A NAHC DeGuzman Esguerra RNSG2331.A60 Adv. Concepts of Adult Health WR 08:30 A10:20 A NAHC DeGuzman Esguerra RNSG1209.A60 Introduction to Nursing T 01:30 P04:20 P NAHC Sandoval RNSG1162.A63 Transition Clinical CLN F 01:00 P08:00 P HRT CLN 1 Esguerra RNSG1162.A63 Transition Clinical CLN R 03:30 P05:30 P HRT CLN 1 Esguerra RNSG1327.AF2 Transition to Prof Nursing LAB TR 08:30 A11:30 A NAHC Galang RNSG1327.AF2 Transition to Prof Nursing TR 01:30 P03:30 P NAHC Galang RNSG1301.A60 Pharmacology for Prof. Nursing 01:30 P04:30 P NAHC STAFF RNSG1301.A61 Pharmacology for Prof. Nursing F 08:30 A11:30 A NAHC STAFF RNSG1301.A62 Pharmacology for Prof. Nursing F 01:00 P04:00 P NAHC STAFF Emergency edical Technology ESP1160.A60 ET Basic Clinical CLN F 08:00 A05:50 P 1 STAFF ESP1166.A60 ET Basic Practicum 07:00 A06:50 P C 1 STAFF ESP1166.A61 ET Basic Practicum F 07:00 A05:50 P C 1 STAFF ESP1167.A60 ES ETI Practicum T 07:00 A03:20 P C 1 STAFF ESP1208.A60 Emergency Vehicle Operations T 01:00 P03:50 P 2 STAFF ESP1355.A80 Trauma anagement LAB R 01:00 P02:50 P 3 STAFF ESP1355.A80 Trauma anagement W 11:20 A02:30 P 3 STAFF ESP1356.A60 Patient Assessment/Airway gt. LAB R 03:00 P06:50 P 3 STAFF ESP1356.A60 Patient Assessment/Airway gt. W 08:00 A10:50 A 3 STAFF ESP1371.A60 ES Documentation R 01:00 P03:50 P 3 STAFF ESP1355.A60 Trauma anagement LAB T 01:00 P02:50 P 3 STAFF ESP1355.A60 Trauma anagement W 11:20 A02:30 P 3 STAFF ESP1356.A61 Patient Assessment/Airway gt. LAB T 03:00 P06:50 P 3 STAFF ESP1356.A61 Patient Assessment/Airway gt. W 08:00 A10:50 A 3 STAFF ESP1472.A62 Emergent Issues in ET LAB W 01:00 P02:50 P 4 STAFF ESP1472.A62 Emergent Issues in ET TR 10:00 A11:50 A 4 STAFF ESP1501.A62 ET Basic LLB TR 08:00 A09:50 A 5 STAFF ESP1472.A61 Emergent Issues in ET LLB TR 10:00 A11:50 A 4 STAFF ESP1160.A62 ET Basic Clinical CLN 07:00 A06:50 P 1 STAFF ESP1166.A62 ET Basic Practicum W 07:00 A06:50 P 1 STAFF edical Assistant Technology DCA1166.A60 Practicum I C 1 STAFF DCA1167.A60 Practicum II C 1 STAFF DCA2266.A60 CAPSTONE: Practicum III C 2 STAFF Pharmacy Technology PHRA1268.A60 CAPSTONE: Practicum C 2 Castro Respiratory Therapy RSPT1267.A60 Practicum II RF 05:45 A06:15 P ED C 2 STAFF RSPT1267.A61 Practicum II RF 05:45 A06:15 P RC CLN 2 STAFF RSPT1267.A62 Practicum II RF 05:45 A06:15 P EDHO 2 STAFF RSPT1267.A63 Practicum II RF 05:45 A06:15 P RGRH 2 STAFF Vocational Nursing VNSG1362.A60 Clinical III CLN WRF 06:30 A04:30 P CLN 3 STAFF VNSG1362.A62 Clinical III CLN WRF 06:30 A04:30 P CLN 3 STAFF VNSG1362.A63 Clinical III CLN TW 06:30 A04:30 P CLN 3 STAFF VNSG1362.A64 Clinical III CLN TW 06:30 A04:30 P CLN 3 STAFF VNSG1362.A65 Clinical III CLN TW 06:30 A04:30 P CLN 3 STAFF VNSG1432.A60 edicalsurgical Nursing II 01:00 P03:50 P NAHC STAFF VNSG1432.A60 edicalsurgical Nursing II 09:00 A11:50 A NAHC STAFF VNSG1432.A61 edicalsurgical Nursing II R 01:00 P03:50 P NAHC STAFF VNSG1432.A61 edicalsurgical Nursing II R 09:00 A11:50 A NAHC STAFF VNSG1362.A61 Clinical III CLN WRF 06:30 A04:30 P CLN 3 STAFF VNSG1238.A60 ental Illness T 01:30 P03:50 P NAHC STAFF VNSG1238.A61 ental Illness F 09:00 A11:50 A NAHC STAFF Now offering classes at La Joya Teaching Center 603 N. Coyote Dr., La Joya Bookstore See Page 10 for listings! PECAN CAPUS on.thurs...7:30 a.m. 6:00 p.m. Friday...7:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m. IDVALLEY CAPUS on.thurs...9:00 a.m. 5:00 p.m. Friday...9:00 a.m. 12:00 p.m. STARR COUNTY CAPUS ondays only...9:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. Store will be opened later than usual at the beginning of the semester. NOTE: The bookstore is not owned or operated by South Texas College. Please address any comments, concerns or suggestions to the sales staff (comment cards available) or call Barnes and Noble Bookstore at (908) For more information, please call or visit us at 16 summer IIi June 1 August 7

17 SUER III PECAN CAPUS STARR COUNTY CAPUS TECHNOLOGY CAPUS CALL # COURSE # COURSE NAE /LAB DAYS TIE BLDG R CR INSTRUCTOR pecan CAPUS CALL # COURSE # COURSE NAE /LAB DAYS TIE BLDG R C CR INSTRUCTOR LGLA2266.P60 Practicum: Paralegal TGT4342.P80 Supply Chain Security TR 05:30 P07:50 P PCNJ STAFF TGT4341.P80 Purchasing and Supply anage. 05:30 P08:50 P PCNJ STAFF Paralegal HONOR courses 09:00 A09:50 A 2 STAFF Technology anagement Technology anagement TGT4341.H01 Purchasing & Supply gmthonor 05:30 P08:50 P PCNJ STAFF TGT4342.H80 Supply Chain SecurityHONORS TR 05:30 P07:50 P PCNJ STAFF POFL2264.P60 CAPSTONE: Practicum 09:00 A09:50 A C 2 STAFF POFT2264.P60 CAPSTONE: Practicum 09:00 A09:50 A C 2 STAFF Administrative Office Careers STARR COUNTY CAPUS SLNG2189.P60 Internship IIIDeaf Spt/SLI INT PCN 1 STAFF Business Administration HRPO2306.QP BUSI1301.P60 Benefits and Compensation Business Principles TR 05:30 P07:20 P PCNJ STAFF 3 Reyna Child Care and Development CDEC1167.P80 Field Study II 05:30 P06:20 P PCNJ STAFF CDEC2166.P80 Field Study III T 05:30 P06:20 P PCNJ STAFF Emergency edical Technology American Sign Language and Interpreter Studies CDEC2167.P80 CAPSTONE: Field Study IV W 05:30 P06:20 P PCNJ STAFF PCN 3 Jiao ESP1501.G60 ET Basic LLB TR 09:00 A12:50 P 5 STAFF ESP1166.G60 ET Basic Practicum 07:00 A06:50 P 1 STAFF ESP1472.G60 Emergent Issues in ET LLB TR 02:00 P04:50 P 4 STAFF ESP1160.G60 ET Basic Clinical CLN F 08:00 A02:50 P 1 STAFF ESP1371.G60 ES Documentation R 01:00 P02:50 P 3 STAFF ESP1160.G61 ET Basic Clinical CLN F 08:00 A02:50 P 1 STAFF ESP1166.G61 ET Basic Practicum 07:00 A06:50 P 1 STAFF ESP1472.G61 Emergent Issues in ET LLB TR 02:00 P04:50 P 4 STAFF ESP1501.G61 ET Basic LLB TR 09:00 A12:50 P 5 STAFF Health and edical Administrative Services HITT1305.G80 edical Terminology I Programming Fundamentals III LLB T 05:30 P07:50 P STRC E Olivares Vocational Nursing Computer Science COSC2336.PI1 Culinary Arts VNSG1432.G60 edicalsurgical Nursing II T 01:00 P03:50 P STRC E STAFF VNSG1432.G60 edicalsurgical Nursing II T 09:00 A11:50 A STRC E STAFF CHEF1264.P60 CAPSTONE: Practicum I TWR 01:00 P02:50 P PCNH STAFF VNSG1362.G60 Clinical III CLN WRF 06:30 A04:30 P CLN 3 STAFF CHEF2264.P60 CAPSTONE: Practicum II TWR 01:00 P03:50 P PCNH STAFF VNSG1362.G61 Clinical III CLN WRF 06:30 A04:30 P CLN 3 STAFF VNSG1238.G60 ental Illness 02:00 P04:20 P STRC E STAFF PSTR1264.P02 CAPSTONE: Practcium I TWR 01:00 P03:50 P PCNH STAFF usic UAP1235.P60 Applied Percussion II LAB PB11 B 2 Schermerhorn UAP1236.P60 Applied Guitar II LAB PCN Garcia UAP1216.P60 Applied Guitar I LAB PCN2 2 Garcia UAP1215.P01 Applied Percussion I LAB PB11 B 2 Schermerhorn UAP2216.P01 Applied Guitar III LAB PCN2 2 Garcia UAP2215.P01 Applied Percussion III LAB PB11 B 2 STAFF TECHNOLOGY CAPUS Business Administration edical and Health Services anagement HS3335.P80 Financial gt for Hlth Care gr. TR 05:30 P07:50 P PCNJ STAFF HS4348.P80 Ethics for Health Care Prof. W 05:30 P10:00 P PCNG STAFF BGT2168.T60 CAPSTONE: Bus. Admin. Prac. C 1 oore HRPO2188.T60 Internship: HR anagement INT 1 STAFF HRPO1280.T60 Human Resources COOP COO 2 STAFF STC will not let you fail. If you re determined, they ll help you. And for me to do it, it s a big thing. I never saw myself doing anything like this. If I did it, I know someone else can. Elias Vasquez PIPE WELDER in the making. SouthTexasCollege.edu summer IIi June 1 August 7 17

18 SUER III TECHNOLOGY CAPUS Business Computer Systems ARTC1413.QT3 Digital Publishing I LLB W TECH 4 STAFF ITSE1411.QT1 Beginning Web Page Program. LLB TR TECH 4 STAFF Electrician Assistant ELPT2325.T60 National Electrical Code II TR 01:30 P03:50 P 3 STAFF ELPT1445.T60 Commercial Wiring LLB TR 08:00 A12:50 P 4 STAFF Electronic and Computer aintenance CPT1166.T60 Cpstn: Computer Sys. Tec.Pra. C 1 Hinojosa CPT2166.T60 CPSTNE: Computer Tech. Prac. C 1 Hinojosa CPT2288.T60 Capstone: Internship Com. Inst INT C 2 Hinojosa CPT2188.T60 CAPSTONE:Intern. Computer Inst INT C 1 Hinojosa CPT2402.QT1 Home Technology Integration LLB TECH 4 Hinojosa Student Affairs & Enrollment anagement Counseling and advising services are available for all South Texas College District students. For more information, please call: idvalley Campus or Nursing and Allied Health Campus Pecan Campus or Starr County Campus Technology Campus ACADEIC ADVISING Case anagement, Course Selection, Degree Planning, Selection of a ajor, Entrance Exam Scores Interpretation (Alternative Exams, ACCUPLACER, ASSET, COPAS, THEA) and Admissions Criteria, Assessment of Academic and Career Goals. COUNSELING Academic & Life Skills Workshops Choosing a ajor, Assertiveness, Test Anxiety, Healthy Relationships, Time anagement, Goal Setting, Stress anagement, Increase otivation, Gender Issues, Diversity, Anger anagement, Whole Person Wellness, Depression, Anxiety, Eating Disorders, Parenting, Disability 101 Career Planning Career AssessmentsCareer Cruising, Kuder Journey, Career Planning Workshops, Local Salary Information, Resource Library, TRANSFER TRACK Program, Career Counseling. Personal Counseling, Life Skills Workshops, Group Counseling, Crisis Intervention, Academic Probation/Suspension Help, National Depression & Anxiety Screening, National Alcohol Screening, National Eating Disorders Screening Student Disability Services STC students with documented disabilities may request special accommodations from the DS office such as: Sign Language Interpreters Classroom Accommodations Adaptive Equipment Testing Accommodations Academic Advising Registration Assistance Tutorial and Agency Referrals (956) or SPECIAL PROGRAS PASS (Providing Academic Support to Students). Seeks to assist students in completing their educational goals by providing support and services to those in a career and technical education program. PASS Eligibility Criteria You can participate in this program if you meet these requirements: Are pursuing a Career and Technical Education Program (Associate of Applied Science or Certificate program), and Have a 2.50 GPA or higher (for textbooks only) Have a 2.70 GPA or higher (for childcare services only) Be enrolled as a fulltime student with no online courses. (for childcare services only) Submit a PASS application every semester to qualify Follow all the classes pertaining to the designated degree plan Take an assessment ELASSI test at the PASS Office (firsttime applicants) Submit an SAR (Student Aid Report) with the application (if eligible) Submit a current class schedule PASS Services As a participant, you will be eligible to receive the following services: Case anagement Career/Academic Advising Registration Lending Library Assistance (textbook assistance) Childcare Assistance (enrolled fulltime) Resource and Referral Enrichment Workshops Study Skills Improvement For more information contact: (956) , , , Funded by thecb Carl Perkins Grant. Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Technology HART1401.T60 Basic Electricity for HVAC LAB W 01:00 P05:50 P 4 STAFF HART1401.T60 Basic Electricity for HVAC 01:00 P04:50 P 4 STAFF HART1407.T60 Refrigeration Principles LAB W 08:00 A11:50 A 4 STAFF HART1407.T60 Refrigeration Principles 08:00 A12:50 P 4 STAFF HART1410.T60 HVAC Shop Practices & Tools LAB R 08:00 A11:50 A 4 STAFF HART1410.T60 HVAC Shop Practices & Tools T 08:00 A11:50 A 4 STAFF HART1445.T60 Gas & Electrical Heating LAB R 08:00 A12:50 P 4 STAFF HART1445.T60 Gas & Electrical Heating T 08:00 A11:50 A 4 STAFF HART2445.T60 Air Condit. Systems Design LAB W 01:00 P05:50 P 4 STAFF HART2445.T60 Air Condit. Systems Design 01:00 P04:50 P 4 STAFF HART2431.T60 Advanced Electricity LLB W 08:00 A11:50 A 4 STAFF Bachelor of Applied Science in Organizational Leadership Register Today! For New Competencybased courses that lead to a bachelor degree in organizational leadership. New Term Starts Every 78 Weeks Now offering courses at STC satellite teaching Centers! How are Competencybased courses different? La Joya Teaching Center Jimmy Carter Building 603 N. Coyote Drive La Joya, Texas This new location offers a great alternative for students who would normally commute from western Hidalgo and eastern Starr Counties to the Pecan campus. Identification of a La Joya Courses: J Courses offered at the La Joya Teaching Center are scheduled with a J. For example: ENGL1301.J01 would be a course offered at the La Joya Teaching Center. Pharr College & Career Teaching Center 1100 E. Business Hwy 83, Pharr, Texas Pay Flat Rate Tuition (cost of books included for lower division electives and core curriculum only) $750 (if take only competencybased courses) Pay Flat Rate Tuition and Traditional Semester Credit Hour Tuition (if take both types of courses during any regular or shorter term) Courses are online and last only 7 weeks (two terms can be completed in a traditional 16 week semester) and start every 78 weeks Each course has a set of competencies that need to be completed. Each competency has a pretest (used for selfassessment), exercises (used for practicing competencies not part of grade), assignments (which are graded), and posttests. To demonstrate competency you must pass each posttest with a score of 80 or higher; the score(s) on your posttests are used to calculate your grade for the course. ust complete all competencies for a course to receive credit for the course (courses can have from 1 12 competencies) Financial Aid covers from 3, 6, 9, or 12 SCHs in a 16 week term (any semester credit hours (SCHs) beyond 12 SCHs in a 16 week period would need to be paid out of pocket). This could be structured as traditional courses only, competencybased courses only or traditional and competencybased courses combined. In collaboration with PSJA ISD, This location offers many of South Texas College s Career and Technology programs South Texas College s newest teaching site is located at the Pharr College & Career Teaching Center. Selected courses will be offered from 7:00a.m. to 10:00p.m. Identification of a Pharr College and Career Teaching Center course: C Courses offered at the Pharr College and Career Teaching Center are scheduled with a C. For example: ENGL1301.C01 would be a course offered at the Pharr College & Career Teaching Center. Affordable Flat Rate Tuition Accelerated 7 Week Terms Accessible Courses Offered Online For more information call: Current students may register for these courses online or in person. New and returning students should visit a campus Student Information Center or call for more information. rs. R. oore, Program Coordinator Technology Campus A104 (956) rs. N. Saenz, Student Success Specialist Pecan Campus K1.600 (956) summer IIi June 1 August 7

19 Continuing, Professional & Workforce Education cpe.southtexascollege.edu Continuing Professional and Workforce Education provides quality lifelong education opportunities through college and career preparation, career pathway training, customized corporate training, economic development, professional education and development, professional conferences, and personal enrichment courses. The department is committed to empowering all individuals and employers with necessary knowledge, skills and credentials to help them fulfill their personal and professional goals for a better quality of life. Classes are scheduled with flexible hours, including evenings and weekends throughout Hidalgo and Starr Counties. Classes are delivered both online and in traditional classroom settings. Courses can be scheduled in response to community demand where 12 or more students register for the class. andatory Continuing Education Units (CEU) meeting licensing requirements are available for professionals. A Satisfactory (S) or Unsatisfactory (U) grade is earned for continuing education courses. Continuing Professional and Workforce Education offers ongoing courses through the following 12 institutes: INSTITUTES Registration is EASY for Continuing and Professional Education! Go to the STC campus of your choice Bring a picture I.D. Complete the registration form Pay with a money order For more information call: Pecan Campus Technology campus Starr County Campus Arts and Design Cake Decorating Digital Image Floral Design Guitar Oil Painting Photography Piano Business and Corporate Training Customer Service Employability Skills Frontline Supervisor Leadership Skills Office Clerk College and Career Preparation ACT Preparation GED Preparation High School Credit Recovery (Gateway to College) Kids College TSI Assessment Preparation Conferences and Workshops Child Development Education Health College Success Technology Education Alternative Teacher Certification Child Development Associate Substitute Teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) Advanced Level ESL Beginning Level ESL Citizenship Preparation Conversation Course HighAdvanced Level ESL Intermediate Level ESL Spanish TOEFL Preparation Healthcare Activity Director Certified Dietary anager Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) CPR Dementia Certificate EKG Emergency Care Attendant First Aid Health Information anagement Clerk edical Receptionist edication Aide Pharmacy Technician Trainee Phlebotomy Computer Tomography ICD 9/10 Online Courses and Programs Police Academy Real Estate Finance Home Inspection Law of Agency Law of Contracts arketing Principles I Principles II Promulgated Contracts Technology and Trades Electrician's Aide Excel Forklift HVAC & Refrigeration Tech. Assistant Internet Introduction to Computers aintenance and Repair OSHA Training Pipe Welding PowerPoint Welding Fundamentals Word Truck and Bus Driving Bus Driving Defensive Driving Truck Driving SERVICES College and Career Preparation Programs that equip you with foundation skills to enter career pathways and college. Career Pathways Training Programs leading to certification that will make you competitive and market able in the workplace. Customized Corporate Training and Economic Development Customized programs and courses that help employers and their workforce compete in our global economy. Personal Enrichment Fun courses to spice up your life Professional Conferences Business, Education, Health, and Technology areas Professional Education and Development Review courses for professional certifications and licenses INTERNET Over 280 online courses offered starting as low as $94! art accounting childcare computer applications computer literacy digital photography fitness graphic design health care languages nutrition parenting personal finance real estate sales and marketing starting your own business web page design and many others. To access online certificate programs: To access all other online courses: To access defensive driving online courses: or visit the STC Continuing Education website South Texas College Continuing Education opens the gateway to lifelong learning through moneymaking careers and programs starting every month. For more information call or or come by the STC Pecan Plaza, 2621 Pecan Blvd., callen Loans available for those that qualify through Sallieae ESL Installment Plans now available for ESL Courses & other courses For more information call: Pecan Plaza Starr County Campus Technology Campus summer 2015 CONTINUING, PROFESSIONAL AND WORKFORCE EDUCATION 19

20 FINANCIAL AID T o ensure that your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is processed and completed, the recommended priority date for submitting the (FAFSA) for Summer 2015 is arch 1, Students who fail to apply for financial aid or who fail to submit required documents by the priority date stated above may not have their aid awarded at the time payment is due. Students will have to make alternative payment arrangements to secure their classes. Benefits of Applying Early for Financial Aid Increase your chances of receiving some of the state and/or local aid, which is in limited supply. Receive an award letter prior to the payment of tuition and fees. Have all corrections completed before payment date of tuition and fees FAFSA. Students who plan on attending during the academic year are encouraged to file their income tax return as early as February 2015 in order to meet the financial aid recommended priority date. Registration Summer 2015 Semester If you are currently enrolled for the Spring 2015 semester or you are a new student, who has been accepted and meets admission requirements, you are eligible to register for the Summer 2015 semester at South Texas College! Admission Requirements submit the following: Application for Admission online at Official transcript(s) from highest level of education (high school or all college/university) or GED certificate with scores Test scores» THEA, Accuplacer, Asset or Compass returning and transfer students» TSI Assessment new students Register Now! Web Registration: Register online at jagnet.southtexascollege.edu with your username and password for JagNet. If you have not received your username and password via , please visit any Student Information Center with photo identification or call the IS&P Help Desk at Please Note: In connection with the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) requirements, students who are not TSI complete must be advised prior to registration. SixCourse Drop Limit Policy: As approved by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Chapter 4, Subchapter A, 4.10 beginning Fall 2007 for all students who enroll in higher education for the first time during the Fall 2007 academic term or any term thereafter, an institution of higher education may not permit an undergraduate student a total of more than six dropped courses, including any course a transfer student has dropped at another Texas public institution of higher education. The sixcourse drop limit applies only to courses dropped after the census date for the semester. Drops for courses in developmental studies and dual enrollment programs do not count toward the six drops. A withdrawal from all courses in a semester does not count toward the sixcourse drop limit. Please contact the Advising Office or the Office of Admissions and Records for more details. For more information about registration, please call (956) BACTERIAL ENINGITIS VACCINATION Effective January 1, 2012, Texas Senate Bill 1107 requires all entering students at public and private or independent institutions of higher education to have an initial bacterial meningitis vaccination or booster dose during the fiveyear period preceding, or at least 10 days prior to, the first day of the first semester. Students affected by the mandate must submit proof of vaccination before the 10th class day to the Office of Admissions and Records FAFSA applications are available starting January 1, A student is not required to submit evidence of receiving the vaccination against bacterial meningitis or evidence of receiving a booster dose if: For assistance on how to apply for financial aid or for help in completing your FAFSA visit the Office of Student Financial Services. 1. The student is 22 years of age or older by the first day of the start of the semester; or For more information call 2. The student is enrolled only in online or other distance education courses; or Student Financial Services Office at The student is enrolled in a continuing education course or program that is less than 360 contact hours, or continuing education corporate training; or 4. The student is enrolled in a dual credit course which is taught at a public or private K12 facility not located on a higher education institution campus; or 5. The student is incarcerated in a Texas prison. A recent update to the bacterial meningitis legislation allows students, who will be attending a community college, to submit an exemption for the bacterial meningitis vaccine at https://webds.dshs.state.tx.us/immcojc/. South Texas College wants to stress the importance of consulting a physician about the need for an immunization against bacterial meningitis to prevent the disease. eningitis is a very serious, sometimes fatal, disease that is easily spread on college campuses and we are trying to take all of the proper precautions to protect the health and wellbeing of our students. To learn more, or to find a clinic near you, logon to Texas Success Initiative (TSI) Testing Need to Know: Texas State Law states that if you are planning to attend college for the first time (beginning Fall 2003) and will be pursuing an Associate of Arts (AA), Associate of Applied Science (AAS), Baccalaureate (Bachelor s), Undeclared major (UND), or some Certificate Level 1&2 majors, YOU UST test for the TSI Exam before you enroll in any Texas public college or university. SUER 2015 CALENDAR AY ay emorial Day College Closed JUNE South Texas College (STC) requires all First Time In College (FTIC) students to test for assessment purposes. 1. Students must have submitted an Admissions Application to the Admissions Office and have it processed BEFORE they are allowed to test. 2. Students must follow the steps below to reserve a seat: Once an Admissions form has been processed, the student may reserve a test date online & pay online at arketplace: (Reservation Fee $25.00). Once online, you will have the option to choose which campus you would like to test; i.e., Pecan Campus (callen), idvalley Campus (Weslaco), and/or Starr Campus (Rio Grande City). If testing for the first time you must complete a preassessment. PreAssessment can be found at the following link: atschoolorientation.net/intake.aspx?returnurl=%2fstc%2fdual fill out the information and click enter. Once you are done with the PreAssessment Activity make sure you print out the congratulations page at the end. There is a $25 Nonrefundable seat reservation fee for every test date when registering via arketplace online. Bring your receipt on the day of your scheduled test date for proof of payment. All examinees must have an admissions ticket (your receipt) to be allowed to test. 3. You must bring a Picture ID. NO EXCEPTIONS. NO CALCULATORS ALLOWED. June 1...Summer I & III Classes Begin June 24...Summer I Last Day to Withdraw NOTE: All testing sessions are by appointment only. All exam appointments must be done online. No exceptions. Seating is limited. Please arrive at the test site 30 minutes prior to your scheduled time. NO LATE ENTRIES OR STANDBYS WILL BE ALLOWED. A seating fee of $25 must be paid for every scheduled appointment. JULY Students with Special Needs must make arrangements for testing one month in advance. For more information, please contact the ADA Counselor at July 1... Summer I Finals July 3...Independence Day College Closed July 67...No classes July 8... Summer II Classes Begin July Summer III Last Day to Withdraw July Summer II Last Day to Withdraw STC s Student Assessment Center(s) offers ACCUPLACER and Quick THEA (throughout the year) by appointments only. AUGUST August 7... Summer II & III Finals For more information, call the Student Assessment Center at Pecan Campus (956) or idvalley Campus (956) Starr County Campus (956) Test dates may be found on marketplace: https://secure.touchnet.com/c20193_ustores/web/ South Texas College offers more than 114 degree and certificate program options in a variety of liberal art, social science, business, math, science, technology, advanced manufacturing, and nursing and allied health fields of study. Additionally, South Texas College is one of only three community colleges in the state of Texas accredited to offer Bachelor of Applied Technology Degrees. Students can pursue a degree in Technology anagement, Computer and Information Technologies, edical and Health Services anagement, and a new Bachelor of Applied Science in Organizational Leadership. The curriculum has expanded to include flextime (minimester) and Webbased courses. Founded in 1993, South Texas College serves Hidalgo and Starr counties with five physical campuses. The idvalley Campus is located in Weslaco, the Starr County Campus is located in Rio Grande City, and the Pecan, Dr. Ramiro R. Casso Nursing and Allied Health, and Technology Campuses are located in callen. Evening courses are also conveniently offered at satellite teaching sites including ain Place in callen, the Jimmy Carter Building in La Joya and the College & Career Center in Pharr. Through South Texas College s estc Virtual Campus, students have access to more than 500 online course sections. The Virtual Campus offers students access to full online library services, registration, advising, counseling, payment services, financial aid, bookstore, testing and so much more. There are currently 16 associate degrees and 8 certificates available entirely online. Two bachelor programs have also been added, making it possible for students to fulfill their dreams of a higher education without physically being on campus. Because South Texas College believes that it s never too early to get on the path to college, opportunities for academic dual enrollment are offered in partnership with many school districts throughout Hidalgo and Starr counties. Through South Texas College s Dual Enrollment Programs, eligible high school students are encouraged to enroll in tuitionfree college courses while attending high school and take courses in place of, or in addition to the normal course load at their high school. In order to support lifelong learners, South Texas College s Continuing, Professional and Workforce Education Department offers programs that are designed for students who want to upgrade their skills, change careers, renew licenses or certifications or seek personal enrichment. There are a wide variety of course offerings including online classes. Additionally, the division also offers customized training to area businesses, industries and the community. Training programs are tailored to a client s specific needs in terms of content, schedule and location. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972, and Section 504 of the Vocational Rehabilitation Act of 1973, South Texas College provides accommodations as required by law to afford equal educational opportunities to all people. South Texas College takes steps to ensure that lack of English language skills is not a barrier to admission and participation in all educational and vocational programs. For inquiries regarding nondiscrimination polices about your rights and grievance contact atthew Hebbard, Dean of Enrollment Services and Registrar at South Texas College, 3201 W. Pecan Blvd., P.O. Box 9701, callen, Texas Phone (956)

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