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1 Distance Education Course Offerings April - June 2014

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3 CENTRAL TEXAS COLLEGE is a leader in Distance Learning. Our student-centered approach makes it possible for students worldwide to enroll in and take classes through CTC whether or not a CTC office is available locally. Online mentors and counselors help distant learners with admissions, degree selection, enrollment, financial aid, and the full-range of student services. To succeed in distance learning courses in general, and self-paced classes in particular, you must be self disciplined and motivated. We invite you to visit our Student Page at to check that you are ready for distance education and to ensure that you have the technical requirements for completing distance education courses. To accommodate your needs and requirements, we offer courses starting at least once a month terms of 8-16 weeks multiple delivery modes. Table of Contents Admissions...3 Course Listing: Courses Beginning April Courses Beginning May Courses Beginning June Distance Learning Registration and Course Calendar...7 Directory...5 Guidance and Counseling...3 Hardware/Software and Technical Skills...4 Registration...3 Residency Requirements...3 Servicemembers Opportunity College...5 Test Proctor Information...4 Textbooks...4 Tuition & Fees...4 Central Texas College is proud to participate in the Army s GoArmyEd initiative. Army students may search for GoArmyEd catalog numbers for CTC courses at 2

4 Welcome to Central Texas College Distance Learning This bulletin includes online courses that start April-June, and includes courses scheduled at the time of publication. For the most current list of distance learning courses go to Army students using TA can get updated course listings at on the Army Student page of the CTC website. The WebAdvisor Schedule provides live course information and shows all courses still open. Online courses vary in length from 8 weeks to 16 weeks, and include various delivery modes. To determine the instructional method, check the Instr Meth column in the schedule section of this bulletin. Admissions CTC is a comprehensive community college that has an open-door admissions policy; therefore, all who may benefit from postsecondary education have the opportunity to enroll. Please refer to the following based on your student type and location. Admission information can be found on the CTC website at Students in the Killeen, Ft. Hood, Copperas Cove, and Service Areas. Refer to the Central Campus Summer 2014 Schedule Bulletin. Admissions Office is located in Bldg. 119, Room 108, Fax is Students located outside the college district. call , ext. 1296, or fax Students at CTC locations outside Texas. To determine if you can register at the local CTC site office, visit or call the CTC office. If you cannot register locally, call , ext. 1296, or fax All active duty Army students using TA must register through the GoArmyEd portal. GoArmyEd students. Apply and enroll through the GoArmyEd portal at Look up class numbers for distance learning courses on the Army Student page of the CTC website. Electronic Registration and Payment Upon completion of admissions or if you attended CTC within the last year and have no holds, you may register online through WebAdvisor (non Army students only). Tuition and fees are due the same day that you register. Guidance and Counseling Students in the Killeen, Copperas Cove, Ft. Hood, and Service Area. Academic advisement is available through the Guidance and Counseling Office located in the Student Services Building (119) on a walk-in basis except during scheduled registration periods. Students in Texas but outside the college district. Contact the Distance Learning Counselor at or an Online Mentor at (800) , ext Students located outside of Texas. See the local CTC representative. If such services are not available, contact the Distance Learning Counselor at or an Online Mentor (800) , ext GoArmyEd Students. Contact your local CTC representative. If you are not located near a CTC site, contact the CTC GoArmyEd Counselor at (800) , ext or 1458 or the Coordinator of GoArmyEd Evaluations at or (800) , ext Residency Distant Learners A bona fide Texas resident located out-of-state or out-of-country who is taking an electronic course delivered from the Central Campus may be classified as a resident for tuition purposes. The student is required to complete the residency questions on the CTC Application for Admissions and provide substantiating documentation that he or she has a right to resident classification. Example: A spouse or dependent child of a member of the U.S. Armed Forces who was a Texas resident at the time he or she joined the service and has maintained Texas as his or her domicile 3

5 may be eligible to be classified as a resident for tuition purposes. The spouse must have established Texas residency at least 12 months prior to enrollment. The spouse or dependent children of military Texas residents should submit a completed CTC Active Duty Military ID Card Verification form, their sponsor s leave and earning statement (LES), and if applicable the sponsor s DD 214 showing Texas as the home of record. The LES must be 12 months prior to the census date of the semester in which the student enrolls. Based on individual circumstances, other documents may be required. For additional information on residency for tuition purposes, refer to the Residency Determination section under College Costs in the CTC catalog at Tuition and Fees Tuition costs are established by campus and approved by the CTCD Board of Trustees. Tuition and fees are explained in the CTC catalog. For tuition information for CTC sites outside Texas, contact your local CTC office or Tuition and fees are subject to change without notice as necessitated by college, contract, or legislative action. Arrange a Test Site/Test Proctor Submission Form You must identify and receive approval for a local testing site. Go to for information on locating and arranging for local testing. Complete the Test Proctor Submission Form linked from that page. Your enrollment is not considered complete until the form is submitted. (earmyu students who are not located at a military institution should also submit the Test Proctor Submission Form.) Technical Skills and Hardware/Software Requirements Online courses are not designed to teach you how to use software, manage files, navigate the Internet, or use . Rather you must have these skills before enrolling to ensure success in an online environment. See the Distant Learner Handbook at for Distant Learner Requirements and Responsibilities. Internet access is required. It is the student s responsibility to own or have access to a personal computer with the hardware/software required for the course, and an account. Minimum Technical Requirements for all online courses are listed at Compatible devices for multi-media courses using SD cards may be found on the same page. Any special course requirements are found by clicking on the course title at the online catalog at Textbooks and Instructional Materials Check or click on the What Books/Instructional Materials Do I Need? on the student webpage. Students should order instructional materials a minimum of three weeks prior to the first class day to ensure that there is sufficient time for the instructional materials to be delivered. If you have not received your materials the Friday, prior to your first class day, you should 1) contact your instructor to determine what options, if any, are available and 2) consider dropping the class before it begins to ensure that you do not incur a financial penalty. If you are not registering at the Central or Fort Hood Campus, contact the site where you are registering for additional information BEFORE placing your order. Killeen area students may purchase books on the CTC Central Campuswebsite at or through MBS Books at Students outside Texas may order books online from MBS Books at mbsbooks.com/ctc.htm. Be sure you order your instructional materials early because you are required to have them by your first class day. 4

6 Online Course Access and FERPA Before your class starts, you will receive a welcome letter with instructions for accessing your course. You may also access your course through the Distance Education website at In compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, as amended, information classified as directory information may be disclosed to the general public without prior written consent from a student unless the Central Texas College Records Office is notified in writing. For complete information on distance learning policies go to Address Changes If your address changes, notify your instructor, the CTC Testing Office, and the CTC Distance Learning Records Office at least two weeks in advance. Use the Change Form at .cfm to formalize this request. GoArmyEd students must also update their address via the portal. Library Services The distant learner can use the Oveta Culp Hobby Library on the Central Campus, use our online library access, send requests to the Dean of Library Services, or submit requests by phone or fax. Servicemembers Opportunity College CTC offers military students the best opportunity for certificate and degree completion through SOC. For details on SOC benefits, procedures, and requirements, go to the CTC Military Students web page, call 800/ , extension 1317, or visit your local CTC office. Student Support Services If you have a physical or learning disability or need tutoring assistance, please contact the Student Support Services office at (254) Distance Learning Directory CTC Distance Learning website: Toll Free Number (not valid for telephone registration or for faxing documents): (800) , ext. xxxx. Example: , ext Coordinator of Distance Learning Admissions and Registration: or (254) Distance Learning Counselor: or (254) GoArmyEd Counselor: or (254) Enrollment Services (payment info): or (254) GoArmyEd Getting Started Help: GoArmyEd Student Agreements: Graduation: Online Mentors: Student Financial Assistance Office: Student Services: or (254) Student Services Evaluators: or (254) Blackboard Technical Support: (866) or go to the Distance Education website at and click on 24-Hour Blackboard Support. Testing Office: Veterans Services: or (254) WebAdvisor Help: or (254)

7 Social Security Number Disclosure The Privacy Act requires that Any federal, state, or local governmental agency which requests an individual to disclose his social security number shall inform that individual whether the disclosure is mandatory or voluntary, by what statutory authority such number is solicited, and what uses will be made of it. Regulations governing the Federal student financial aid programs require schools to collect and confirm students official social security numbers; and the Taxpayer Relief Act of 1997 compels postsecondary institutions to collect and use students social security numbers to report tuition payments to the Internal Revenue Service each year. Your correct social security number is required to receive federal financial aid disbursements and an end-of-year 1098-T tax form for reporting tuition payments. If CTC does not receive or cannot confirm your social security number, CTC will not be able to provide these services to you. Although providing your social security number is not required for admission to the college, it is important for purposes of matching the identity of your application, grade transcript, test scores, and other related enrollment documents. Americans with Disabilities Act The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is a federal anti-discrimination statute that provides comprehensive civil rights protection for persons with disabilities. Among other things, this legislation requires that all students with disabilities be guaranteed a learning environment that provides for reasonable accommodations of their disabilities. If you believe you have a disability requiring an accommodation, please contact the Disabilities Support Services Office in building 111, room 115, or by phone at (254) or TDD Assistance is also available from Learning Disabilities Services at (254) , or in person in building 106, room 207. Public Notice Central Texas College does not discriminate in admissions or access to, or treatment or employment in, its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender, disability, age, or veteran s status. Central Texas College has established programs to ensure that a lack of English language skills will not be a barrier to admission and participation in all educational and vocational programs. For more information about student rights and grievance procedures, contact the Director of Student Life in building 106, room 100, (254) , or the Director of Student Support Services in Student Support Services building 119, room 135, (254) Directory Information Central Texas College designates the following as Directory Information: Student s name Local address Home address address Telephone number Date and place of birth Most recent or previous educational agency or institution attended Photographs Major field of study Dates of attendance Degrees, awards, and honors received Classification (freshman, sophomore, unclassified) Date of graduation Please note that a Class Schedule is not considered directory information and will not be released except as provided by law. 6

8 Distance Learning (DL) Registration and Course Offerings Course Prerequisites: Students are responsible for ensuring that they have met the required prerequisites before enrolling. Prerequisites can be found in the course descriptions of the college catalog, which is available online. Nonpayment: It is the student s responsibility to drop any courses which he/she decides not to take. If the course is not dropped, the student may be liable for charges incurred, and financial aid students may have monies applied to the outstanding tuition and fees. Please ensure that you drop all courses even if you have not paid for them. Local area students are those in the College s Killeen, Ft. Hood, Harker Heights, Copperas Cove, and Service Areas. Remote students are students located outside of the Killeen/Ft. Hood/Harker Heights/Copperas Cove areas and students located outside of Texas (Continental U.S.) and overseas (OCONUS) April 7-May 30/June 27/July 25 (Registration in progress) Last day for Continental U.S. and OCONUS students to register March 26 Last day for students in local area to register April 3 Last day to drop 8-week distance learning course April 14 Last day to drop 12-week distance learning course April 17 Last day to drop 16-week distance learning course April 22 Last day to withdraw from 8-week distance learning course May 16* Last day to withdraw from 12-week distance learning course June 6* Last day to withdraw from 16-week distance learning course June 27* May 5-June 27/July 25/August 22 (Registration in progress) Last day for Continental U.S. and OCONUS students to register April 23 Last day for students in local area to register May 1 Last day to drop 8-week distance learning course May 12 Last day to drop 12-week distance learning course May 20 Last day to drop 16-week distance learning course May 20 Last day to withdraw from 8-week distance learning course June 13* Last day to withdraw from 12-week distance learning course July 7 Last day to withdraw from 16-week distance learning course July 25* June 2-July 25/August 8/August 22 (Registration in progress) Last day for Continental U.S. and OCONUS students to register May 21 Last day for students in local area to register May 29 Last day to drop 8-week distance learning course June 9 Last day to drop 10-week distance learning course June 17 Last day to drop 12-week distance learning course June 17 Last day to withdraw from 8-week distance learning course July 11* Last day to withdraw from 10-week distance learning course July 18* Last day to withdraw from 12-week distance learning course August 1* * Records Office closes at 11:00 am on Fridays. No late registration for distance learning courses. IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT WEBADVISOR! The last day to drop a distance learning course through WebAdvisor is the Thursday (Central Time) before the term starts. After that, to drop a class, the class must be dropped in person at the Records and Registration Office in Killeen, TX; or the request must be faxed to the Records and Registration Office at (254) ; or ed to or Requests to drop a distance learning course must be received no later than the Sunday before the Monday term start date based on Central Standard/Daylight Savings Time. requests to drop a course will only be accepted if the address is the student s address on file with CTC. Students may make schedule changes without penalty only through the last day of regular registration. Schedule changes made on the first day of the semester/term and thereafter will be subject to the official refund schedules in the CTC catalog. Registration, and drop and withdrawal dates are subject to change. It is the student s responsibility to submit the appropriate paperwork to the Registrar s office within the applicable deadline dates. 7

9 WebAdvisor Registration Instructions (Army students using TA, please refer to GoArmyEd Instructions on page 9) Logon Instructions: 1 Go to 2 Click login. Your User Name is the initials of your first and last names (lowercase) plus the last six digits of your SSN (no spaces). Example: zx Your password is your date of birth (mmddyy). The first time you log in, you will be prompted to change your password and can then proceed with registration. 3 To logon, you must have an on file with CTC and know your SSN or Student ID. For complete instructions, click on Getting Started with Webadvisor. For WebAdvisor Help: or call (254) or , Ext If you have a hold, contact the appropriate office. Payment and Registration Information Payment in full is due the same day that you register. If you are paying through tuition assistance, My CAA or financial aid, it is your responsibility to ensure that funds are in place prior to registration. Credit Card Payments: If you are paying in full by credit card, you may pay online by selecting Make a Payment and entering your credit card information. In-Person Payments: Local online students may also pay in person at Enrollment Services in Bldg. 119 or the Ft. Hood Campus Student Services office. Students Located Outside of the college s District and Service Area or Outside of Texas and are not located at a CTC site: Contact call , ext. 1296, or fax , for registration and payment instructions. You may also call the Business Office at (254) or or , ext or Students Located at a Continental and International Campus CTC site: Contact the CTC site representative. The site representative will determine if you are eligible to pay through the site office. Important Information for Students Who Drop or Withdraw from Courses Under Section of the Texas Education Code, an institution of higher education may not permit a student to drop more than six courses, including any course a transfer student has dropped at another institution of higher education. This statute was enacted by the State of Texas in Spring 2007 and applied to students who enroll in a public institution of higher education as first-time freshman in fall 2007 or later. Any course that a student drops is counted toward the sixcourse limit if (1) the student was able to drop the course without receiving a grade or incurring an academic penalty; (2) the student s transcript indicates or will indicate that the student was enrolled in the course; and (3) the student is not dropping the course in order to withdraw from the institution. Central Texas College reserves the right to adjust or correct course scheduling, including but not limited to, class cancellation, starting and ending times of classes, locations of classes, and semester start and end dates. For updated information check WebAdvisor or the GoArmyEd portal. 8

10 GoArmyEd Registration Instructions Because tuition rates vary and are governed by contract and MOU based on your location when you enroll it is essential that you are placed in a course section that corresponds with the correct tuition rate. This publication lists sections by tuition rate. At the time of publication, GoArmyEd course numbers were not available for cross reference. To determine the correct course number, you may: Use our course # search at or Search on the GoArmyEd portal using the section numbers in this publication. To select the correct section, refer to the first letter of the section number and choose based on the descriptions below. If you are unsure which section to use, contact your CTC site representative or Microsoft Certification courses are included in the listing but have a different section numbering method. Section # Description Courses in this schedule are sorted by location within each start date. Students not using tuition assistance will register for primary course sections beginning with: TDxxx PRIMARY SECTIONS (NON ARMY TA) For students using tuition assistance, look for the section corresponding to your location: Cxxx CONTINENTAL SECTIONS: Continental US, Alaska, Hawaii. Also covers worldwide locations not serviced by a CTC site office or covered by contract. Dxxx CENTCOM SECTIONS: Iraq, Afghanistan, Qatar, Salerno, Djibouti, Egypt, Kuwait Uxxx EUROPE SECTIONS: USAREUR locations Pxxx PACFE SECTIONS: Guam, Diego Garcia, Korea, Japan, or Okinawa Txxx TEXAS RESIDENT SECTIONS: Locations in the state of Texas (includes bona fide Texas residents assigned to other locations) Course Formats You will find courses with lengths from 8-16 weeks not the end date to determine course length. The instructional method is noted in the far right column. Please note that some online courses may be scheduled as self-paced classes (OSL). These have specific start and end dates, but allow some flexibility with respect to timelines for completing and submitting coursework. To succeed in a self-paced class, you must: Contact your instructor during the first week of class, even if you can t start your class until later. Take at least four weeks to complete the coursework. Complete all coursework by the last day of class. Complete assignments/tests in order (Test 1 before Test 2, etc.) Complete the majority of the coursework by the last day to withdraw. Consult the course syllabus for specific instructions. Check with your instructor about requirements for progressing in the class such as receiving feedback before going to the next assignment. 9

11 Courses Starting April 7, 2014 CONTINENTAL SECTIONS ACCT 2301 C102 Principles of Financial Acct. 06/27/2014 OLL ANTH 2351 C146 Cultural Anthropology 05/30/2014 OLL BCIS 1405 C071 Business Computer Applications 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX BIOL 1308 C079 Biology for Non Science Mjrs I 05/30/2014 OLL BIOL 1308 C080 Biology for Non Science Mjrs I 05/30/2014 OLL BMGT 1301 C084 Supervision 05/30/2014 OLL BMGT 1325 C094 Office Management 05/30/2014 OLL BMGT 1327 C075 Principles of Management 05/30/2014 OLL BUSG 2309 C088 Small Business Management 05/30/2014 OLL BUSI 1301 C099 Business Principles 05/30/2014 OLL BUSI 2301 C079 Business Law 05/30/2014 OLL CDEC 1313 C035 Curriculum Resources/Childhood 06/27/2014 OLL CDEC 1321 C019 The Infant and Toddler 06/27/2014 OLL CDEC 1358 C012 Creative Arts for Early Child 06/27/2014 OLL CDEC 2326 C008 Admin of Prog for Children I 06/27/2014 OLL CJCR 1304 C043 Probation and Parole 05/30/2014 OLL CJCR 1358 C021 Rights of Prisoners 05/30/2014 OLL CJCR 2325 C021 Legal Aspects of Corrections 05/30/2014 OLL CJSA 1348 C088 Ethics in Criminal Justice 05/30/2014 OLL CJSA 2331 C070 Child Abuse: Prevent/Invest 05/30/2014 OLL CMSW 1309 C051 Problems-Children/Adolescents 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX COSC 1301 C121 Introduction to Computing 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX COSC 1301 C124 Introduction to Computing 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX CRIJ 1301 C148 Introduction Criminal Justice 05/30/2014 OLL CRIJ 1307 C087 Crime in America 05/30/2014 OLL CRIJ 1313 C085 Juvenile Justice System 05/30/2014 OLL CRIJ 2314 C082 Criminal Investigation 05/30/2014 OLL CRIJ 2328 C069 Police Systems and Practices 05/30/2014 OLL DAAC 1304 C068 Pharmacology of Addiction 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX DAAC 1319 C050 Intro Alcohol & Drug Addict 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX DAAC 2307 C016 Addicted Family Intervention 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX ECON 2301 C155 Principles of Macroeconomics 05/30/2014 OLL ECON 2302 C103 Principles of Microeconomics 05/30/2014 OLL EDUC 1301 C057 Intro to the Teaching Profess 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX EDUC 2301 C021 Intro to Special Populations 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX ENGL 1301 C590 Composition I 05/30/2014 OLL ENGL 1302 C247 Composition II 05/30/2014 OLL ENGL 2311 C070 Technical and Business Writing 05/30/2014 OLL ENGL 2327 C098 American Literature I 05/30/2014 OLL ENGL 2328 C028 American Literature II 05/30/2014 OLL ENVR 1401 C099 Environmental Science I 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX FREN 1411 C025 Beginning French I 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX FREN 2311 C006 Intermediate French I 06/27/2014 OLL GERM 1412 C015 Beginning German II 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX GOVT 2305 C038 Federal Government 05/30/2014 OSL GOVT 2305 C039 Federal Government 05/30/2014 OSL GOVT 2305 C040 Federal Government 05/30/2014 OSL GOVT 2306 C030 Texas Government 05/30/2014 OSL GOVT 2306 C031 Texas Government 05/30/2014 OSL HIST 1301 C370 United States History I 05/30/2014 OSL HIST 1301 C371 United States History I 05/30/2014 OSL HIST 1301 C372 United States History I 05/30/2014 OSL HIST 1302 C258 United States History II 05/30/2014 OSL HIST 1302 C261 United States History II 05/30/2014 OSL 10

12 April 7 (continued) HIST 2381 C069 African-American History 05/30/2014 OSL HRPO 1311 C098 Human Relations 05/30/2014 OLL HRPO 2301 C079 Human Resources Management 05/30/2014 OLL HUMA 1315 C307 Fine Arts Appreciation 05/30/2014 OSL HUMA 1315 C310 Fine Arts Appreciation 05/30/2014 OSL ITNW 1437 C119 Introduction to the Internet 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITNW 1458 C017 Network+ 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSC 1405 C099 Intro/PC Operating Systems 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSC 1409 C134 Integr/Software Applications I 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSC 2439 C069 PC Help Desk Support 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSW 1401 C107 Introduction Word Processing 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSW 1404 C103 Introduction to Spreadsheets 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSY 1400 C033 Fund of Information Security 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSY 1442 C015 Information Techn Security 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX KINE 1301 C056 Intro to Physical Fit & Sport 05/30/2014 OLL MATH 1332 C190 Contemporary Mathematics I 05/30/2014 OSL MATH 1332 C191 Contemporary Mathematics I 05/30/2014 OSL MATH 1342 C149 Elementary Statistical Methods 05/30/2014 OSL MATH 1342 C150 Elementary Statistical Methods 05/30/2014 OSL MATH 1414 C286 College Algebra 05/30/2014 OLL MATH 1414 C287 College Algebra 05/30/2014 OLL MATH 1414 C288 College Algebra 05/30/2014 OLL MRKG 1311 C078 Principles of Marketing 05/30/2014 OLL PHIL 1301 C168 Introduction to Philosophy 05/30/2014 OSL PHIL 1304 C138 Introduction to World Religion 05/30/2014 OSL PHYS 1403 C052 Stars and Galaxies 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX PHYS 1404 C047 Solar System 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX PSYC 1300 C070 Learning Framework 06/27/2014 OLL PSYC 2301 C206 General Psychology 05/30/2014 OSL PSYC 2301 C207 General Psychology 05/30/2014 OSL PSYC 2314 C162 Life Span Growth & Development 05/30/2014 OSL PSYC 2314 C163 Life Span Growth & Development 05/30/2014 OSL PSYT 1329 C053 Interviewing and Comm Skills 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX PSYT 2321 C045 Crisis Intervention 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX PSYT 2331 C066 Abnormal Psychology 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX RUSS 1411 C021 Beginning Russian I 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX SOCI 1301 C217 Intro to Sociology 05/30/2014 OSL SOCI 2301 C086 Marriage and the Family 05/30/2014 OSL SPAN 1411 C150 Beginning Spanish I 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX SPAN 1411 C151 Beginning Spanish I 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX SPAN 2311 C014 Intermediate Spanish I 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX SPCH 1315 C247 Public Speaking 06/27/2014 OLL SPCH 1315 C248 Public Speaking 06/27/2014 OLL SPCH 1315 C249 Public Speaking 06/27/2014 OLL SPCH 1318 C182 Interpersonal Communication 05/30/2014 OLL SPCH 1318 C183 Interpersonal Communication 05/30/2014 OLL SPCH 1318 C184 Interpersonal Communication 05/30/2014 OLL SPCH 1321 C215 Business & Professional Commun 05/30/2014 OLL TECA 1354 C044 Child Growth & Development 06/27/2014 OLL CENTCOM (DEPLOYED) SECTIONS ACCT 2301 D100 Principles of Financial Acct. 06/27/2014 OLL ANTH 2351 D148 Cultural Anthropology 05/30/2014 OLL BCIS 1405 D073 Business Computer Applications 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX 11

13 April 7 (continued) BIOL 1308 D079 Biology for Non Science Mjrs I 05/30/2014 OLL BIOL 1308 D080 Biology for Non Science Mjrs I 05/30/2014 OLL BMGT 1301 D085 Supervision 05/30/2014 OLL BMGT 1325 D095 Office Management 05/30/2014 OLL BMGT 1327 D076 Principles of Management 05/30/2014 OLL BUSG 2309 D089 Small Business Management 05/30/2014 OLL BUSI 1301 D100 Business Principles 05/30/2014 OLL BUSI 2301 D080 Business Law 05/30/2014 OLL CJCR 1304 D043 Probation and Parole 05/30/2014 OLL CJCR 1358 D021 Rights of Prisoners 05/30/2014 OLL CJCR 2325 D021 Legal Aspects of Corrections 05/30/2014 OLL CJSA 1348 D088 Ethics in Criminal Justice 05/30/2014 OLL CJSA 2331 D071 Child Abuse: Prevent/Invest 05/30/2014 OLL CMSW 1309 D051 Problems-Children/Adolescents 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX COSC 1301 D121 Introduction to Computing 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX COSC 1301 D124 Introduction to Computing 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX CRIJ 1301 D152 Introduction Criminal Justice 05/30/2014 OLL CRIJ 1307 D088 Crime in America 05/30/2014 OLL CRIJ 1313 D086 Juvenile Justice System 05/30/2014 OLL CRIJ 2314 D083 Criminal Investigation 05/30/2014 OLL CRIJ 2328 D070 Police Systems and Practices 05/30/2014 OLL DAAC 1304 D068 Pharmacology of Addiction 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX DAAC 1319 D050 Intro Alcohol & Drug Addict 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX DAAC 2307 D016 Addicted Family Intervention 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX ECON 2301 D157 Principles of Macroeconomics 05/30/2014 OLL ECON 2302 D104 Principles of Microeconomics 05/30/2014 OLL ENGL 1301 D486 Composition I 05/30/2014 OLL ENGL 1302 D244 Composition II 05/30/2014 OLL ENGL 2311 D070 Technical and Business Writing 05/30/2014 OLL ENGL 2327 D098 American Literature I 05/30/2014 OLL ENGL 2328 D028 American Literature II 05/30/2014 OLL ENVR 1401 D100 Environmental Science I 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX FREN 1411 D025 Beginning French I 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX FREN 2311 D006 Intermediate French I 06/27/2014 OLL GERM 1412 D015 Beginning German II 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX GOVT 2305 D034 Federal Government 05/30/2014 OSL GOVT 2305 D035 Federal Government 05/30/2014 OSL GOVT 2305 D036 Federal Government 05/30/2014 OSL GOVT 2306 D027 Texas Government 05/30/2014 OSL GOVT 2306 D028 Texas Government 05/30/2014 OSL HIST 1301 D329 United States History I 05/30/2014 OSL HIST 1301 D330 United States History I 05/30/2014 OSL HIST 1301 D331 United States History I 05/30/2014 OSL HIST 1302 D245 United States History II 05/30/2014 OSL HIST 1302 D246 United States History II 05/30/2014 OSL HIST 2381 D070 African-American History 05/30/2014 OSL HRPO 1311 D099 Human Relations 05/30/2014 OLL HRPO 2301 D080 Human Resources Management 05/30/2014 OLL HUMA 1315 D284 Fine Arts Appreciation 05/30/2014 OSL HUMA 1315 D288 Fine Arts Appreciation 05/30/2014 OSL ITNW 1437 D119 Introduction to the Internet 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITNW 1458 D017 Network+ 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSC 1405 D100 Intro/PC Operating Systems 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSC 1409 D135 Integr/Software Applications I 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSC 2439 D070 PC Help Desk Support 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSW 1401 D107 Introduction Word Processing 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSW 1404 D103 Introduction to Spreadsheets 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX 12

14 April 7 (continued) ITSY 1400 D034 Fund of Information Security 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSY 1442 D015 Information Techn Security 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX KINE 1301 D056 Intro to Physical Fit & Sport 05/30/2014 OLL MATH 1332 D184 Contemporary Mathematics I 05/30/2014 OSL MATH 1332 D185 Contemporary Mathematics I 05/30/2014 OSL MATH 1342 D150 Elementary Statistical Methods 05/30/2014 OSL MATH 1342 D151 Elementary Statistical Methods 05/30/2014 OSL MATH 1414 D254 College Algebra 05/30/2014 OLL MATH 1414 D255 College Algebra 05/30/2014 OLL MRKG 1311 D079 Principles of Marketing 05/30/2014 OLL PHIL 1301 D169 Introduction to Philosophy 05/30/2014 OSL PHIL 1304 D141 Introduction to World Religion 05/30/2014 OSL PHYS 1403 D053 Stars and Galaxies 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX PHYS 1404 D048 Solar System 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX PSYC 1300 D070 Learning Framework 06/27/2014 OLL PSYC 2301 D186 General Psychology 05/30/2014 OSL PSYC 2314 D164 Life Span Growth & Development 05/30/2014 OSL PSYC 2314 D165 Life Span Growth & Development 05/30/2014 OSL PSYT 1329 D053 Interviewing and Comm Skills 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX PSYT 2321 D044 Crisis Intervention 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX PSYT 2331 D066 Abnormal Psychology 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX RUSS 1411 D021 Beginning Russian I 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX SOCI 1301 D201 Intro to Sociology 05/30/2014 OSL SOCI 2301 D087 Marriage and the Family 05/30/2014 OSL SPAN 1411 D147 Beginning Spanish I 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX SPAN 2311 D014 Intermediate Spanish I 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX SPCH 1315 D236 Public Speaking 06/27/2014 OLL SPCH 1315 D237 Public Speaking 06/27/2014 OLL SPCH 1318 D184 Interpersonal Communication 05/30/2014 OLL SPCH 1318 D185 Interpersonal Communication 05/30/2014 OLL SPCH 1321 D208 Business & Professional Commun 05/30/2014 OLL TECA 1354 D044 Child Growth & Development 06/27/2014 OLL PACFE SECTIONS ACCT 2301 P097 Principles of Financial Acct. 06/27/2014 OLL ANTH 2351 P145 Cultural Anthropology 05/30/2014 OLL BCIS 1405 P071 Business Computer Applications 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX BIOL 1308 P079 Biology for Non Science Mjrs I 05/30/2014 OLL BIOL 1308 P080 Biology for Non Science Mjrs I 05/30/2014 OLL BMGT 1301 P083 Supervision 05/30/2014 OLL BMGT 1325 P094 Office Management 05/30/2014 OLL BMGT 1327 P075 Principles of Management 05/30/2014 OLL BUSG 2309 P088 Small Business Management 05/30/2014 OLL BUSI 1301 P099 Business Principles 05/30/2014 OLL BUSI 2301 P079 Business Law 05/30/2014 OLL CDEC 1313 P035 Curriculum Resources/Childhood 06/27/2014 OLL CDEC 1321 P019 The Infant and Toddler 06/27/2014 OLL CDEC 1358 P012 Creative Arts for Early Child 06/27/2014 OLL CDEC 2326 P008 Admin of Prog for Children I 06/27/2014 OLL CJCR 1304 P043 Probation and Parole 05/30/2014 OLL CJCR 1358 P021 Rights of Prisoners 05/30/2014 OLL CJCR 2325 P021 Legal Aspects of Corrections 05/30/2014 OLL CJSA 1348 P087 Ethics in Criminal Justice 05/30/2014 OLL CJSA 2331 P070 Child Abuse: Prevent/Invest 05/30/2014 OLL CMSW 1309 P051 Problems-Children/Adolescents 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX COSC 1301 P121 Introduction to Computing 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX COSC 1301 P124 Introduction to Computing 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX 13

15 April 7 (continued) CRIJ 1301 P147 Introduction Criminal Justice 05/30/2014 OLL CRIJ 1307 P087 Crime in America 05/30/2014 OLL CRIJ 1313 P085 Juvenile Justice System 05/30/2014 OLL CRIJ 2314 P082 Criminal Investigation 05/30/2014 OLL CRIJ 2328 P068 Police Systems and Practices 05/30/2014 OLL DAAC 1304 P068 Pharmacology of Addiction 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX DAAC 1319 P050 Intro Alcohol & Drug Addict 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX DAAC 2307 P016 Addicted Family Intervention 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX ECON 2301 P152 Principles of Macroeconomics 05/30/2014 OLL ECON 2302 P103 Principles of Microeconomics 05/30/2014 OLL EDUC 1301 P057 Intro to the Teaching Profess 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX EDUC 2301 P021 Intro to Special Populations 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX ENGL 1301 P387 Composition I 05/30/2014 OLL ENGL 1302 P215 Composition II 05/30/2014 OLL ENGL 2311 P068 Technical and Business Writing 05/30/2014 OLL ENGL 2327 P095 American Literature I 05/30/2014 OLL ENGL 2328 P028 American Literature II 05/30/2014 OLL ENVR 1401 P097 Environmental Science I 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX FREN 1411 P025 Beginning French I 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX FREN 2311 P006 Intermediate French I 06/27/2014 OLL GERM 1412 P015 Beginning German II 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX GOVT 2305 P028 Federal Government 05/30/2014 OSL GOVT 2305 P029 Federal Government 05/30/2014 OSL GOVT 2306 P022 Texas Government 05/30/2014 OSL GOVT 2306 P023 Texas Government 05/30/2014 OSL HIST 1301 P249 United States History I 05/30/2014 OSL HIST 1302 P186 United States History II 05/30/2014 OSL HIST 1302 P187 United States History II 05/30/2014 OSL HIST 2381 P065 African-American History 05/30/2014 OSL HRPO 1311 P098 Human Relations 05/30/2014 OLL HRPO 2301 P078 Human Resources Management 05/30/2014 OLL HUMA 1315 P245 Fine Arts Appreciation 05/30/2014 OSL HUMA 1315 P249 Fine Arts Appreciation 05/30/2014 OSL ITNW 1437 P118 Introduction to the Internet 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITNW 1458 P015 Network+ 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSC 1405 P099 Intro/PC Operating Systems 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSC 1409 P133 Integr/Software Applications I 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSC 2439 P069 PC Help Desk Support 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSW 1401 P106 Introduction Word Processing 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSW 1404 P102 Introduction to Spreadsheets 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSY 1400 P033 Fund of Information Security 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSY 1442 P015 Information Techn Security 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX KINE 1301 P056 Intro to Physical Fit & Sport 05/30/2014 OLL MATH 1332 P171 Contemporary Mathematics I 05/30/2014 OSL MATH 1332 P172 Contemporary Mathematics I 05/30/2014 OSL MATH 1342 P147 Elementary Statistical Methods 05/30/2014 OSL MATH 1342 P148 Elementary Statistical Methods 05/30/2014 OSL MATH 1414 P223 College Algebra 05/30/2014 OLL MATH 1414 P224 College Algebra 05/30/2014 OLL MRKG 1311 P078 Principles of Marketing 05/30/2014 OLL PHIL 1301 P162 Introduction to Philosophy 05/30/2014 OSL PHIL 1304 P139 Introduction to World Religion 05/30/2014 OSL PHYS 1403 P052 Stars and Galaxies 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX PHYS 1404 P047 Solar System 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX PSYC 1300 P070 Learning Framework 06/27/2014 OLL PSYC 2301 P164 General Psychology 05/30/2014 OSL PSYC 2314 P160 Life Span Growth & Development 05/30/2014 OSL PSYC 2314 P161 Life Span Growth & Development 05/30/2014 OSL 14

16 April 7 (continued) PSYT 1329 P053 Interviewing and Comm Skills 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX PSYT 2321 P044 Crisis Intervention 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX PSYT 2331 P066 Abnormal Psychology 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX RUSS 1411 P021 Beginning Russian I 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX SOCI 1301 P187 Intro to Sociology 05/30/2014 OSL SOCI 2301 P085 Marriage and the Family 05/30/2014 OSL SPAN 1411 P147 Beginning Spanish I 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX SPAN 2311 P014 Intermediate Spanish I 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX SPCH 1315 P190 Public Speaking 06/27/2014 OLL SPCH 1315 P191 Public Speaking 06/27/2014 OLL SPCH 1318 P153 Interpersonal Communication 05/30/2014 OLL SPCH 1318 P154 Interpersonal Communication 05/30/2014 OLL SPCH 1321 P183 Business & Professional Commun 05/30/2014 OLL TECA 1354 P044 Child Growth & Development 06/27/2014 OLL TEXAS RESIDENT SECTIONS ACCT 2301 T100 Principles of Financial Acct. 06/27/2014 OLL ANTH 2351 T289 Cultural Anthropology 05/30/2014 OLL BCIS 1405 T077 Business Computer Applications 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX BIOL 1308 T079 Biology for Non Science Mjrs I 05/30/2014 OLL BIOL 1308 T080 Biology for Non Science Mjrs I 05/30/2014 OLL BMGT 1301 T083 Supervision 05/30/2014 OLL BMGT 1325 T094 Office Management 05/30/2014 OLL BMGT 1327 T075 Principles of Management 05/30/2014 OLL BUSG 2309 T088 Small Business Management 05/30/2014 OLL BUSI 1301 T099 Business Principles 05/30/2014 OLL BUSI 2301 T079 Business Law 05/30/2014 OLL CDEC 1313 T036 Curriculum Resources/Childhood 06/27/2014 OLL CDEC 1321 T019 The Infant and Toddler 06/27/2014 OLL CDEC 1358 T012 Creative Arts for Early Child 06/27/2014 OLL CDEC 2326 T008 Admin of Prog for Children I 06/27/2014 OLL CJCR 1304 T043 Probation and Parole 05/30/2014 OLL CJCR 1358 T021 Rights of Prisoners 05/30/2014 OLL CJCR 2325 T021 Legal Aspects of Corrections 05/30/2014 OLL CJSA 1348 T088 Ethics in Criminal Justice 05/30/2014 OLL CJSA 2331 T070 Child Abuse: Prevent/Invest 05/30/2014 OLL CMSW 1309 T056 Problems-Children/Adolescents 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX COSC 1301 T121 Introduction to Computing 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX COSC 1301 T124 Introduction to Computing 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX CRIJ 1301 T153 Introduction Criminal Justice 05/30/2014 OLL CRIJ 1307 T087 Crime in America 05/30/2014 OLL CRIJ 1313 T085 Juvenile Justice System 05/30/2014 OLL CRIJ 2314 T083 Criminal Investigation 05/30/2014 OLL CRIJ 2328 T069 Police Systems and Practices 05/30/2014 OLL DAAC 1304 T070 Pharmacology of Addiction 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX DAAC 1319 T054 Intro Alcohol & Drug Addict 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX DAAC 2307 T016 Addicted Family Intervention 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX ECON 2301 T156 Principles of Macroeconomics 05/30/2014 OLL ECON 2302 T105 Principles of Microeconomics 05/30/2014 OLL EDUC 1301 T058 Intro to the Teaching Profess 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX EDUC 2301 T021 Intro to Special Populations 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX ENGL 1301 T598 Composition I 05/30/2014 OLL ENGL 1301 T611 Composition I 05/30/2014 OLL ENGL 1302 T249 Composition II 05/30/2014 OLL ENGL 2311 T070 Technical and Business Writing 05/30/2014 OLL ENGL 2327 T098 American Literature I 05/30/2014 OLL 15

17 April 7 (continued) ENGL 2328 T028 American Literature II 05/30/2014 OLL ENVR 1401 T099 Environmental Science I 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX FREN 1411 T025 Beginning French I 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX FREN 2311 T006 Intermediate French I 06/27/2014 OLL GERM 1412 T015 Beginning German II 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX GOVT 2305 T041 Federal Government 05/30/2014 OSL GOVT 2305 T042 Federal Government 05/30/2014 OSL GOVT 2305 T043 Federal Government 05/30/2014 OSL GOVT 2306 T032 Texas Government 05/30/2014 OSL GOVT 2306 T033 Texas Government 05/30/2014 OSL GOVT 2306 T034 Texas Government 05/30/2014 OSL HIST 1301 T376 United States History I 05/30/2014 OSL HIST 1301 T377 United States History I 05/30/2014 OSL HIST 1301 T379 United States History I 05/30/2014 OSL HIST 1302 T256 United States History II 05/30/2014 OSL HIST 1302 T257 United States History II 05/30/2014 OSL HIST 2381 T070 African-American History 05/30/2014 OSL HRPO 1311 T098 Human Relations 05/30/2014 OLL HRPO 2301 T079 Human Resources Management 05/30/2014 OLL HUMA 1315 T314 Fine Arts Appreciation 05/30/2014 OSL HUMA 1315 T316 Fine Arts Appreciation 05/30/2014 OSL ITNW 1437 T123 Introduction to the Internet 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITNW 1458 T019 Network+ 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSC 1405 T100 Intro/PC Operating Systems 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSC 1409 T137 Integr/Software Applications I 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSC 2439 T071 PC Help Desk Support 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSW 1401 T109 Introduction Word Processing 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSW 1404 T105 Introduction to Spreadsheets 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSY 1400 T034 Fund of Information Security 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSY 1442 T015 Information Techn Security 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX KINE 1301 T056 Intro to Physical Fit & Sport 05/30/2014 OLL MATH 1332 T193 Contemporary Mathematics I 05/30/2014 OSL MATH 1332 T194 Contemporary Mathematics I 05/30/2014 OSL MATH 1342 T148 Elementary Statistical Methods 05/30/2014 OSL MATH 1342 T149 Elementary Statistical Methods 05/30/2014 OSL MATH 1414 T287 College Algebra 05/30/2014 OLL MATH 1414 T288 College Algebra 05/30/2014 OLL MATH 1414 T289 College Algebra 05/30/2014 OLL MRKG 1311 T078 Principles of Marketing 05/30/2014 OLL PHIL 1301 T167 Introduction to Philosophy 05/30/2014 OSL PHIL 1304 T139 Introduction to World Religion 05/30/2014 OSL PHYS 1403 T052 Stars and Galaxies 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX PHYS 1404 T048 Solar System 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX PSYC 1300 T071 Learning Framework 06/27/2014 OLL PSYC 2301 T196 General Psychology 05/30/2014 OSL PSYC 2301 T198 General Psychology 05/30/2014 OSL PSYC 2314 T163 Life Span Growth & Development 05/30/2014 OSL PSYC 2314 T164 Life Span Growth & Development 05/30/2014 OSL PSYT 1329 T057 Interviewing and Comm Skills 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX PSYT 2321 T046 Crisis Intervention 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX PSYT 2331 T068 Abnormal Psychology 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX RUSS 1411 T021 Beginning Russian I 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX SOCI 1301 T288 Intro to Sociology 05/30/2014 OSL SOCI 2301 T086 Marriage and the Family 05/30/2014 OSL SPAN 1411 T151 Beginning Spanish I 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX SPAN 2311 T015 Intermediate Spanish I 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX SPCH 1315 T235 Public Speaking 06/27/2014 OLL SPCH 1315 T236 Public Speaking 06/27/2014 OLL 16

18 April 7 (continued) SPCH 1315 T237 Public Speaking 06/27/2014 OLL SPCH 1315 T238 Public Speaking 06/27/2014 OLL SPCH 1318 T195 Interpersonal Communication 05/30/2014 OLL SPCH 1318 T197 Interpersonal Communication 05/30/2014 OLL SPCH 1321 T217 Business & Professional Commun 05/30/2014 OLL SPCH 1321 T218 Business & Professional Commun 05/30/2014 OLL TECA 1354 T044 Child Growth & Development 06/27/2014 OLL EUROPE SECTIONS ACCT 2301 U097 Principles of Financial Acct. 06/27/2014 OLL ANTH 2351 U146 Cultural Anthropology 05/30/2014 OLL BCIS 1405 U071 Business Computer Applications 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX BIOL 1308 U079 Biology for Non Science Mjrs I 05/30/2014 OLL BIOL 1308 U080 Biology for Non Science Mjrs I 05/30/2014 OLL BMGT 1301 U084 Supervision 05/30/2014 OLL BMGT 1325 U094 Office Management 05/30/2014 OLL BMGT 1327 U075 Principles of Management 05/30/2014 OLL BUSG 2309 U088 Small Business Management 05/30/2014 OLL BUSI 1301 U099 Business Principles 05/30/2014 OLL BUSI 2301 U079 Business Law 05/30/2014 OLL CDEC 1313 U035 Curriculum Resources/Childhood 06/27/2014 OLL CDEC 1321 U019 The Infant and Toddler 06/27/2014 OLL CDEC 1358 U012 Creative Arts for Early Child 06/27/2014 OLL CDEC 2326 U008 Admin of Prog for Children I 06/27/2014 OLL CJCR 1304 U044 Probation and Parole 05/30/2014 OLL CJCR 1358 U021 Rights of Prisoners 05/30/2014 OLL CJCR 2325 U021 Legal Aspects of Corrections 05/30/2014 OLL CJSA 1348 U087 Ethics in Criminal Justice 05/30/2014 OLL CJSA 2331 U070 Child Abuse: Prevent/Invest 05/30/2014 OLL CMSW 1309 U051 Problems-Children/Adolescents 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX COSC 1301 U121 Introduction to Computing 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX COSC 1301 U124 Introduction to Computing 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX CRIJ 1301 U145 Introduction Criminal Justice 05/30/2014 OLL CRIJ 1307 U087 Crime in America 05/30/2014 OLL CRIJ 1313 U085 Juvenile Justice System 05/30/2014 OLL CRIJ 2314 U082 Criminal Investigation 05/30/2014 OLL CRIJ 2328 U068 Police Systems and Practices 05/30/2014 OLL DAAC 1304 U068 Pharmacology of Addiction 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX DAAC 1319 U050 Intro Alcohol & Drug Addict 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX DAAC 2307 U016 Addicted Family Intervention 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX ECON 2301 U152 Principles of Macroeconomics 05/30/2014 OLL ECON 2302 U102 Principles of Microeconomics 05/30/2014 OLL EDUC 1301 U057 Intro to the Teaching Profess 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX EDUC 2301 U021 Intro to Special Populations 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX ENGL 1301 U403 Composition I 05/30/2014 OLL ENGL 1302 U219 Composition II 05/30/2014 OLL ENGL 2311 U069 Technical and Business Writing 05/30/2014 OLL ENGL 2327 U095 American Literature I 05/30/2014 OLL ENGL 2328 U028 American Literature II 05/30/2014 OLL ENVR 1401 U097 Environmental Science I 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX FREN 1411 U025 Beginning French I 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX FREN 2311 U006 Intermediate French I 06/27/2014 OLL GERM 1412 U015 Beginning German II 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX GOVT 2305 U029 Federal Government 05/30/2014 OSL GOVT 2306 U022 Texas Government 05/30/2014 OSL GOVT 2306 U023 Texas Government 05/30/2014 OSL HIST 1301 U249 United States History I 05/30/2014 OSL 17

19 April 7 (continued) HIST 1301 U250 United States History I 05/30/2014 OSL HIST 1302 U193 United States History II 05/30/2014 OSL HIST 1302 U194 United States History II 05/30/2014 OSL HIST 2381 U064 African-American History 05/30/2014 OSL HRPO 1311 U098 Human Relations 05/30/2014 OLL HRPO 2301 U078 Human Resources Management 05/30/2014 OLL HUMA 1315 U243 Fine Arts Appreciation 05/30/2014 OSL HUMA 1315 U247 Fine Arts Appreciation 05/30/2014 OSL ITNW 1437 U119 Introduction to the Internet 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITNW 1458 U017 Network+ 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSC 1405 U099 Intro/PC Operating Systems 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSC 1409 U133 Integr/Software Applications I 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSC 2439 U069 PC Help Desk Support 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSW 1401 U106 Introduction Word Processing 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSW 1404 U102 Introduction to Spreadsheets 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSY 1400 U033 Fund of Information Security 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX ITSY 1442 U015 Information Techn Security 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX KINE 1301 U056 Intro to Physical Fit & Sport 05/30/2014 OLL MATH 1332 U169 Contemporary Mathematics I 05/30/2014 OSL MATH 1332 U170 Contemporary Mathematics I 05/30/2014 OSL MATH 1342 U147 Elementary Statistical Methods 05/30/2014 OSL MATH 1342 U148 Elementary Statistical Methods 05/30/2014 OSL MATH 1414 U219 College Algebra 05/30/2014 OLL MATH 1414 U220 College Algebra 05/30/2014 OLL MRKG 1311 U078 Principles of Marketing 05/30/2014 OLL PHIL 1301 U163 Introduction to Philosophy 05/30/2014 OSL PHIL 1304 U138 Introduction to World Religion 05/30/2014 OSL PHYS 1403 U052 Stars and Galaxies 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX PHYS 1404 U047 Solar System 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX PSYC 1300 U070 Learning Framework 06/27/2014 OLL PSYC 2301 U167 General Psychology 05/30/2014 OSL PSYC 2314 U159 Life Span Growth & Development 05/30/2014 OSL PSYC 2314 U160 Life Span Growth & Development 05/30/2014 OSL PSYT 1329 U053 Interviewing and Comm Skills 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX PSYT 2321 U044 Crisis Intervention 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX PSYT 2331 U066 Abnormal Psychology 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX RUSS 1411 U021 Beginning Russian I 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX SOCI 1301 U186 Intro to Sociology 05/30/2014 OSL SOCI 2301 U085 Marriage and the Family 05/30/2014 OSL SPAN 1411 U147 Beginning Spanish I 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX SPAN 1411 U148 Beginning Spanish I 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX SPAN 2311 U014 Intermediate Spanish I 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX SPCH 1315 U191 Public Speaking 06/27/2014 OLL SPCH 1315 U192 Public Speaking 06/27/2014 OLL SPCH 1315 U193 Public Speaking 06/27/2014 OLL SPCH 1318 U157 Interpersonal Communication 05/30/2014 OLL SPCH 1321 U184 Business & Professional Commun 05/30/2014 OLL SPCH 1321 U185 Business & Professional Commun 05/30/2014 OLL TECA 1354 U044 Child Growth & Development 06/27/2014 OLL PRIMARY (NON-ARMY STUDENT) SECTIONS ACCT 2301 TD012 Principles of Financial Acct. 06/27/2014 OLL ANTH 2351 TD009 Cultural Anthropology 05/30/2014 OLL BCIS 1405 TD010 Business Computer Applications 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX BIOL 1308 TD021 Biology for Non Science Mjrs I 05/30/2014 OLL BIOL 1308 TD022 Biology for Non Science Mjrs I 05/30/2014 OLL BMGT 1301 TD008 Supervision 05/30/2014 OLL 18

20 April 7 (continued) BMGT 1325 TD011 Office Management 05/30/2014 OLL BMGT 1327 TD012 Principles of Management 05/30/2014 OLL BUSG 2309 TD010 Small Business Management 05/30/2014 OLL BUSI 1301 TD011 Business Principles 05/30/2014 OLL BUSI 2301 TD009 Business Law 05/30/2014 OLL CDEC 1313 TD005 Curriculum Resources/Childhood 06/27/2014 OLL CDEC 1321 TD005 The Infant and Toddler 06/27/2014 OLL CDEC 1358 TD004 Creative Arts for Early Child 06/27/2014 OLL CDEC 2326 TD003 Admin of Prog for Children I 06/27/2014 OLL CJCR 1304 TD007 Probation and Parole 05/30/2014 OLL CJCR 1358 TD007 Rights of Prisoners 05/30/2014 OLL CJCR 2325 TD006 Legal Aspects of Corrections 05/30/2014 OLL CJSA 1348 TD009 Ethics in Criminal Justice 05/30/2014 OLL CJSA 2331 TD009 Child Abuse: Prevent/Invest 05/30/2014 OLL CMSW 1309 TD006 Problems-Children/Adolescents 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX COSC 1301 TD024 Introduction to Computing 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX COSC 1301 TD027 Introduction to Computing 05/30/2014 OSL,OSLX CRIJ 1301 TD017 Introduction Criminal Justice 05/30/2014 OLL CRIJ 1307 TD008 Crime in America 05/30/2014 OLL CRIJ 1313 TD009 Juvenile Justice System 05/30/2014 OLL CRIJ 2314 TD008 Criminal Investigation 05/30/2014 OLL CRIJ 2328 TD009 Police Systems and Practices 05/30/2014 OLL DAAC 1304 TD006 Pharmacology of Addiction 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX DAAC 1319 TD006 Intro Alcohol & Drug Addict 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX DAAC 2307 TD002 Addicted Family Intervention 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX ECON 2301 TD018 Principles of Macroeconomics 05/30/2014 OLL ECON 2302 TD012 Principles of Microeconomics 05/30/2014 OLL EDUC 1301 TD006 Intro to the Teaching Profess 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX EDUC 2301 TD005 Intro to Special Populations 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX ENGL 1301 TD135 Composition I 05/30/2014 OLL ENGL 1301 TD139 Composition I 05/30/2014 OLL ENGL 1301 TD140 Composition I 05/30/2014 OLL ENGL 1301 TD161 Composition I 05/30/2014 OLL ENGL 1302 TD031 Composition II 05/30/2014 OLL ENGL 1302 TD032 Composition II 05/30/2014 OLL ENGL 2311 TD007 Technical and Business Writing 05/30/2014 OLL ENGL 2327 TD014 American Literature I 05/30/2014 OLL ENGL 2328 TD003 American Literature II 05/30/2014 OLL ENVR 1401 TD015 Environmental Science I 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX FREN 1411 TD007 Beginning French I 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX FREN 2311 TD002 Intermediate French I 06/27/2014 OLL GERM 1412 TD003 Beginning German II 06/27/2014 OLL,OLLX GOVT 2305 TD070 Federal Government 05/30/2014 OSL GOVT 2305 TD071 Federal Government 05/30/2014 OSL GOVT 2305 TD072 Federal Government 05/30/2014 OSL GOVT 2305 TD073 Federal Government 05/30/2014 OSL GOVT 2305 TD074 Federal Government 05/30/2014 OSL GOVT 2305 TD075 Federal Government 05/30/2014 OSL GOVT 2306 TD056 Texas Government 05/30/2014 OSL GOVT 2306 TD058 Texas Government 05/30/2014 OSL GOVT 2306 TD059 Texas Government 05/30/2014 OSL GOVT 2306 TD060 Texas Government 05/30/2014 OSL GOVT 2306 TD061 Texas Government 05/30/2014 OSL HIST 1301 TD073 United States History I 05/30/2014 OSL HIST 1301 TD074 United States History I 05/30/2014 OSL HIST 1301 TD077 United States History I 05/30/2014 OSL HIST 1301 TD078 United States History I 05/30/2014 OSL HIST 1301 TD079 United States History I 05/30/2014 OSL 19

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