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1 Spring 2016 Credit Class Schedule Listing Printer Friendly Class Schedule To reduce costs and be more environmentally friendly, the college is no longer mailing a class-listing publication to households in the district. Information on scheduled classes is available on our class search web page. Information also is available in this printer friendly document. Abbreviation Key Campus Locations: GLC LSC SLC College of Lake County West Washington Street, Grayslake, IL Lakeshore Campus 111 North Genesee Street, Waukegan, IL Southlake Campus 1120 South Milwaukee Avenue, Vernon Hills, IL Community Locations: COND Advocate Condell Medical Center 801 South Milwaukee Avenue, Libertyville, IL GLFD Grayslake Fire Department - Station Brae Loch Road, Grayslake, IL HPHP Highland Park Hospital 718 Glenview Avenue, Highland Park, IL HSPI Hospital In District HST Lake County High Schools Technology Campus West Washington Street, Grayslake, IL VISTA Vista Healthcare 2615 Washington Street, Waukegan, IL VMCW Vista Medical Center West 2615 Washington Street, Waukegan, IL The College of Lake County is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Institution in all aspects of education and employment. This information is accurate as of May 2015, but is subject to change. ACCOUNTING Business and Social Sciences Division, Room A244, (847) Not all courses are offered every semester. For more information: ACC 112 Accounting Procedures I (3-0) or concurrent enrollment in ENG 109 or ELI 109 AND Basic Algebra 5125 ACC A-1045 TR GLC 1/19 5/ ACC P-0915 T GLC 1/19 5/ ACC ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/13 ACC 113 Accounting Procedures II (3-0) AND ACC 112 (C or better) or higher level financial accounting course 5127 ACC P-0915 R GLC 1/21 5/5 ACC 114 Payroll Accounting (2-0) 2 Hours Prerequisite: ACC 112 (C or better) or higher level financial accounting course 5137 ACC P-0945 M GLC 3/28 5/2 ACC 121 Financial Accounting (4-0) 4 Hours Prerequisites: College Reading and Writing AND AOS 122 or MTH 102 (either C or better) or higher math course or appropriate score on the Math Placement Test Recommended: BUS 121 Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ACC A-1150 TR GLC 1/19 5/ ACC A-1150 TR GLC 1/19 5/ ACC A-1150 MW GLC 1/20 5/ ACC A-1150 MW GLC 1/20 5/ ACC P-0150 TR GLC 1/19 5/ ACC P-0150 MW GLC 1/20 5/ ACC P-0945 T GLC 1/19 5/ ACC A-0100 S GLC 1/23 5/ ACC P-0945 W SLC 1/20 5/ ACC ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/ ACC ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/13 Indicates section may be opened at a later time in the registration process. 1

2 ACC 122 Managerial Accounting (4-0) 4 Hours Prerequisite: ACC 113 or ACC 121 (either C or better) Recommended: CIT 119 or CIT ACC P-0150 MW GLC 1/20 5/ ACC P-0150 TR GLC 1/19 5/ ACC A-1150 TR GLC 1/19 5/ ACC P-0945 T GLC 1/19 5/ ACC P-0945 W GLC 1/20 5/ ACC ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/13 ACC 172 Capstone Experience: Accounting Clerk (1-0) 1 Hour Prerequisite or Corequisite: ACC 113, ACC 114, ACC 171, AOS 111, AOS 122, CIT 111, and CIT 119 Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ACC P-0945 W GLC 4/6 5/4 ACC 213 Federal Tax Accounting II (3-0) Prerequisite: ACC 212 (C or better) 5134 ACC P-0950 M GLC 1/25 5/2 ACC 214 Cost Accounting (3-0) Prerequisite: ACC 122 (C or better) 5155 ACC ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/13 ACC 221 Intermediate Accounting I (4-0) 4 Hours Prerequisite: ACC 122 (C or better) 6909 ACC ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/13 ACC 222 Intermediate Accounting II (4-0) 4 Hours Prerequisite: ACC 221 (C or better) 5135 ACC P-0945 W GLC 1/20 5/4 ACC 270 Advanced Accounting (4-0) 4 Hours Prerequisite: ACC 222 (C or better) OR ACC 221 (B or better) and concurrent enrollment in ACC ACC P-0945 T GLC 1/19 5/3 ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICE SYSTEMS Business and Social Sciences Division, Room A244, (847) Not all courses are offered every semester. For more information: AOS Information Sessions Attend an information session and find out more about courses, certificates and degrees in the Administrative Office Systems program. Office 2013 All coursework will be completed in Microsoft Office AOS 111 Business Communication (3-0) 5157 AOS A-1045 TR GLC 1/19 5/ AOS P-0950 M LSC 1/25 5/ AOS ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/13 AOS 112 Computer Basics/Software Applications (3-0) OR concurrent enrollment in ENG 109 or ELI AOS A-1045 TR GLC 1/19 5/ AOS P-0915 T GLC 1/19 5/ AOS ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/13 Supported Section This section is taught in English with support services for students who have not met College Reading and Writing. Department Consent is required. Please contact Leticia Swift at (847) for more information AOS P-0915 T GLC 1/19 5/3 AOS 113 Comprehensive Word Processing (3-0) 5161 AOS A-1215 TR GLC 1/19 5/ AOS ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/13 2

3 AOS 114 Outlook (1-0) 1 Hour Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ AOS ARR ONLINE 2/1 3/18 AOS 118 Advanced Word Processing/ Desktop Publishing (3-0) Prerequisite: AOS 113 or passing score on the Microsoft Word Skill Check Test AND College Reading and Writing 5178 AOS P-0950 M GLC 1/25 5/2 AOS 122 Business Mathematics (3-0) AND Basic Algebra 5162 AOS A-1215 TR GLC 1/19 5/ AOS P-0215 MW GLC 1/20 5/ AOS P-0915 R GLC 1/21 5/ AOS P-0550 M GLC 2/1 5/2 ARR ARR GLC 2/1 5/9 u AOS is a Blended section that combines work in the classroom 5172 AOS ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/13 AOS 170 Computer Keyboarding I (1.5-1) 2 Hours 5173 AOS P-0850 TR GLC 3/15 5/ AOS P-0850 TR LSC 1/19 3/10 AOS 178 Intermediate Keyboarding (2-2) AND AOS 171 or AOS 175 or permission of instructor 5165 AOS A-1150 MW GLC 1/20 5/ AOS P-0720 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 Supported Section This section is taught in English with support services for students who have not met College Reading and Writing. Department Consent is required. Please contact Leticia Swift at (847) for more information AOS P-0720 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 AOS 214 Administrative Office Procedures (3-0) 5167 AOS A-1145 F GLC 1/22 5/6 AOS 215 Presentation Software (3-0) 5168 AOS P-0945 W GLC 1/20 5/4 AOS 216 Integrated Office Projects (3-0) Prerequisites: (AOS 112 and AOS 113) or CIT 119 Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ AOS ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/13 AOS 171 Computer Keyboarding II (1.5-1) 2 Hours Prerequisite: AOS 170, or Corequisite AOS 170, or permission of instructor 5189 AOS P-0850 TR LSC 3/15 5/5 AOS 172 Business English (3-0) OR concurrent enrollment in ENG 109 or ELI AOS P-0550 W GLC 1/20 5/4 ARR ARR GLC 1/20 5/11 u AOS is a Blended section that combines work in the classroom AOS 175 Keyboarding Speed and Accuracy Building (1.5-1) 2 Hours 5166 AOS A-1115 MW GLC 1/20 5/ AOS P-0645 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 AOS 233 Management Skills (3-0) Prerequisite: BUS 121 or AOS 214 or Department Consent AOS P-0915 T GLC 1/19 5/3 AOS 237 Managerial Communication (3-0) Prerequisite: AOS 111 or ENG AOS P-0945 W GLC 1/20 5/4 AOS 239 Social Media/Social Networking in Business (3-0) 5185 AOS P-0950 M GLC 1/25 5/2 3

4 AGRICULTURE Biological & Health Sciences Division, Room C140, (847) AGR 112 Season Extension Methods (1-2) 2 Hours or concurrent enrollment in ENG 109 or ELI 109 or ENG 100 AND a score of 34 or higher on the Math Placement Test or Basic Algebra 4722 AGR P-0550 MW GLC 1/20 3/9 u AGR is a Blended section that combines work in the classroom AGR 114 Annual Fruit and Vegetable Production (1-2) 2 Hours or concurrent enrollment in ENG 109 or ELI 109 or ENG 100 AND a score of 34 or higher on the Math Placement Test or Basic Algebra 4723 AGR P-0550 MW GLC 3/14 5/4 ANTHROPOLOGY Business and Social Sciences Division, Room A244, (847) ANT 121 Introduction to Anthropology (3-0) OR concurrent enrollment in ENG 109 or ELI 109 or ENG 100 Note: For online sections, College Reading and Writing is required 6512 ANT A-0915 TR GLC 1/19 5/ ANT A-1115 MW GLC 1/20 5/ ANT A-1215 TR GLC 1/19 5/ ANT P-0215 MW GLC 1/20 5/ ANT P-0315 TR GLC 1/19 5/ ANT P-0550 MW GLC 2/15 5/ ANT P-0915 T GLC 1/19 5/ ANT ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/ ANT ARR ONLINE 2/15 5/13 ANT 221 Cultural Anthropology (3-0) OR concurrent enrollment in ENG 109 or ELI 109 or ENG 100 Note: For online sections, College Reading and Writing is required ANT A-0945 MW GLC 1/20 5/ ANT A-1045 TR GLC 1/19 5/ ANT A-1245 MW GLC 1/20 5/ ANT P-0145 TR GLC 1/19 5/ ANT P-0345 MW GLC 1/20 5/ ANT P-0520 TR GLC 2/16 5/ ANT P-0955 W GLC 1/27 5/ ANT A-1220 S SLC 2/6 5/ ANT ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/ ANT ARR ONLINE 2/15 5/13 ANT 222 Introduction to Physical Anthropology (3-0) 6530 ANT A-1255 MW GLC 1/25 5/4 ANT 224 Introduction to Archaeology (3-0) 6522 ANT P-0145 TR GLC 1/19 5/ ANT ARR ONLINE 2/9 5/12 ANT 228 Cross-Cultural Relationships (3-0) 6515 ANT ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/13 ARABIC Communication Arts, Humanities & Fine Arts Division, Room B210, (847) ARA 121 Elementary Modern Standard Arabic I (4-0) 4 Hours 5374 ARA P-0750 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 ARA 122 Elementary Modern Standard Arabic II (4-0) 4 Hours Prerequisite: ARA ARA P-0720 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 4

5 ARCHITECTURAL TECHNOLOGY Engineering, Math & Physical Sciences Division, Room T102, (847) ART Communication Arts, Humanities & Fine Arts Division, Room B210, (847) ARC 121 Architectural Graphics (2-3) 6068 ARC A-1220 TR GLC 2/16 5/ ARC P-0650 M GLC 2/15 5/9 u ARC and -601 are Blended sections that combine work in the classroom ARC 170 Architectural Design (2-3) AND Basic Algebra 6070 ARC ARR ONLINE 2/8 5/13 u ARC 171, 170, 215, 275, 251 will have two mandatory onsite meetings in week 1 and week 16. Please contact David Petrulis at or ARC 215 Architectural Project Planning (2-4) 4 Hours Prerequisite: ARC 171 (C or better) 6071 ARC ARR ONLINE 2/15 5/6 ARC 228 History of Architecture (3-0) 6069 ARC A-1245 M GLC 2/15 5/ ARC A-0945 W GLC 2/17 5/11 u ARC and -601 are Blended sections that combine work in the classroom ARC 251 Architectural Analysis (2-2) Prerequisite: ARC 121, ARC 171 and CAD 117 (all C or better) 6972 ARC ARR ONLINE 2/15 5/13 ARC 271 Commercial Working Drawings (2-2) Prerequisite: ARC ARC ARR ARR GLC 1/19 5/13 ARC 275 Portfolio and Professional Development (0-2) 1 Hour 6973 ARC ARR ONLINE 2/15 5/13 ART 111 Printing Production (3-0) OR concurrent enrollment in ENG 109 or ELI 109 or ENG ART P-0920 R GLC 1/21 5/5 ART 121 Introduction to Art (3-0) 5379 ART A-1050 MWF GLC 1/20 5/ ART P-1250 MWF GLC 1/20 5/ ART P-0625 TR GLC 2/2 5/ ART P-1000 W GLC 2/3 5/ ART P-1000 M GLC 1/25 5/ ART P-0315 TR GLC 2/16 5/ ART P-0645 MW LSC 3/16 5/ ART P-0145 TR SLC 1/19 5/ ART ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/ ART ARR ONLINE 2/22 5/13 ART 122 Two Dimensional Design (0-6) OR concurrent enrollment in ENG 109 or ELI 109 or ENG ART A-1220 MW GLC 1/20 5/ ART P-0320 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 ART 124 Drawing I (0-6) OR concurrent enrollment in ENG 109 or ELI 109 or ENG ART A-1120 MW GLC 1/20 5/ ART A-1220 TR GLC 1/19 5/ ART P-0350 MW GLC 1/20 5/ ART P-0950 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 ART 127 Drawing II (0-6) Prerequisite: ART ART P-0920 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 ART 128 Watercolor I (0-4) 2 Hours OR concurrent enrollment in ENG 109 or ELI 109 or ENG ART A-1150 F GLC 1/22 5/ ART P-0950 T GLC 1/19 5/3 5

6 ART 129 Photography I (2-2) OR concurrent enrollment in ENG 109 or ELI 109 or ENG ART P-0450 W GLC 1/20 5/ ART P-0520 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 ART 149 Digital Photography I (2-2) OR concurrent enrollment in ENG 109 or ELI 109 or ENG ART A-1220 T GLC 1/19 5/ ART A-1250 S GLC 1/23 5/ ART P-0950 M GLC 1/25 5/ ART P-0950 T SLC 1/19 5/3 ART 220 Watercolor II (0-4) 2 Hours Prerequisite: ART ART A-1150 F GLC 1/22 5/ ART P-0950 T GLC 1/19 5/3 ART 221 Three Dimensional Design (0-6) OR concurrent enrollment in ENG 109 or ELI 109 or ENG ART P-0350 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 ART 222 Computer Art I (0-6) OR concurrent enrollment in ENG 109 or ELI 109 or ENG ART P-0315 TR GLC 1/19 5/ ART A-1145 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 ART 224 Painting I (0-6) OR concurrent enrollment in ENG 109 or ELI 109 or ENG ART A-1145 MW GLC 1/20 5/ ART P-0950 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 ART 225 Figure Drawing (0-6) Prerequisite: ART ART P-0450 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 ART 226 Ceramics I (0-6) OR concurrent enrollment in ENG 109 or ELI 109 or ENG 100 Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ART A-1215 MW GLC 1/20 5/ ART P-0320 TR GLC 1/19 5/ ART P-0945 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 ART 227 Painting II (0-6) Prerequisite: ART ART A-1145 MW GLC 1/20 5/ ART P-0950 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 ART 240 History of Art I (3-0) 5413 ART P-0520 M GLC 1/25 5/2 ART 241 History of Art II (3-0) 5419 ART P-0950 M GLC 1/25 5/2 ART 246 Ceramics II (0-6) Prerequisite: ART 226 (C or better) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ART P-0350 MW GLC 1/20 5/ ART P-0950 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 ART 247 Ceramics III (0-6) Prerequisite: ART 246 (C or better) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ART P-0350 MW GLC 1/20 5/ ART P-0950 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 ART 248 Individual Art Projects (0-6) and Consent of Instructor. Must have successfully completed all possible courses in a discipline, e.g., painting, sculpture, design, drawing, Photography, Computer Art, or Art History. May be taken four times for credit toward degree Ceramics 5375 ART ARR ARR GLC 1/19 5/13 Painting 5376 ART ARR ARR GLC 1/19 5/13 Sculpture 5377 ART ARR ARR GLC 1/19 5/13 6

7 Photography 5408 ART ARR ARR GLC 1/19 5/13 Drawing 5407 ART ARR ARR GLC 1/19 5/13 Computer Art 5378 ART ARR ARR GLC 1/19 5/13 ART 249 Digital Photography II (2-2) Prerequisite: ART ART P-0950 W GLC 1/20 5/4 ART 260 History of Photography (3-0) 5403 ART P-0150 TR GLC 1/19 5/ ART ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/13 ART 263 2D Computer Animation (0-6) Prerequisite: ART 122 and ART ART P-0950 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 ART 264 3D Computer Animation (0-6) Prerequisite: ART ART P-0950 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 ART 274 Video Production II (0-6) Prerequisite: ART 272 and ART ART ARR ARR GLC 1/20 5/11 ART 280 Audio Production (0-6) 5422 ART P-0450 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 ART 299 Special Topics in Art (Variable) 1- May be taken four times for credit toward degree Portfolio Development Portfolio Development coaches students in how to build and shape a long-term photography project suitable for transferring, employment, or personal enrichment. The student-generated, semester-long project is interspersed with mini-projects including, but not limited to, website/blog, artistís statement, and leave behinds. From models, students learn, create and structure their own projects based on personal concerns and values. Prerequisite: Art129 or Art ART P-0950 R GLC 1/21 5/5 AUTOMATION, ROBOTICS, AND MECHATRONICS Engineering, Math & Physical Sciences Division, Room T102, (847) Spring 2016 ARM classes are open to students who are interested in the Mechatronics certificate full time program only. If you are interested please contact Margie Porter at (847) or or LaMar Black at (847) or ARM 111 Fundamentals of High Tech Manufacturing I (1-0) 1 Hour Prerequisite: COMPASS ELI score of 200 or higher, APT score of 80 or higher, ELI 103 (C or better), ELI 104 (C or better), ELI 107 (C or better), or College Reading and Writing AND Basic Algebra ARM ARR ONLINE 1/19 2/16 ARM 112 Fundamentals of High Tech Manufacturing II (1-0) 1 Hour Corequisite: ARM 111 or consent of department 6095 ARM ARR ONLINE 2/23 3/29 ARM 113 Fundamentals of High Tech Manufacturing III (1-0) 1 Hour Corequisite: ARM 112 or consent of department 6096 ARM ARR ONLINE 4/5 5/3 ARM 116 Mechatronics Graphics I (.5-1) 1 Hour Prerequisite: COMPASS ELI score of 200 or higher, APT score of 80 or higher, ELI 103 (C or better), ELI 104 (C or better), ELI 107 (C or better), or College Reading and Writing AND Basic Algebra. Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ARM A-0335 R GLC 1/21 2/18 7

8 ARM 117 Mechatronics Graphics II (.5-1) 1 Hour Corequisite: ARM 116 or consent of department Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ARM A-0335 R GLC 2/25 3/31 ARM 118 Mechatronics Graphics III (.5-1) 1 Hour Corequisite: ARM 117 or consent of department Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ARM A-0335 R GLC 4/7 5/5 ARM 131 Robot Design and Construction I (.5-1) 1 Hour Prerequisite: COMPASS ELI score of 200 or higher, APT score of 80 or higher, ELI 103 (C or better), ELI 104 (C or better), ELI 107 (C or better), or College Reading and Writing AND Basic Algebra. Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ARM A-0335 T GLC 1/19 2/16 ARM 132 Robot Design and Construction II (.5-1) 1 Hour Corequisite: ARM 131 or consent of department Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ARM A-0335 T GLC 2/23 3/29 ARM 133 Robot Design and Construction III (.5-1) 1 Hour Corequisite: ARM 132 or consent of department Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ARM A-0335 T GLC 4/5 5/3 ARM 151 Mechanical Systems I (.5-1) 1 Hour Prerequisite: COMPASS ELI score of 200 or higher, APT score of 80 or higher, ELI 103 (C or better), ELI 104 (C or better), ELI 107 (C or better), or College Reading and Writing AND Basic Algebra. Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ARM A-1220 M GLC 1/25 2/ P-0335 M GLC 1/25 2/22 ARM 152 Mechanical Systems II (.5-1) 1 Hour Corequisite: ARM 151 or consent of department Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ARM A-1220 M GLC 2/29 4/4 1230P-0335 M GLC 2/29 4/4 ARM 153 Mechanical Systems III (.5-1) 1 Hour Corequisite: ARM 152 or consent of department Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ARM A-1220 M GLC 4/11 5/2 1230P-0335 M GLC 4/11 5/2 ARM 156 Electrical Systems I (.5-1) 1 Hour Prerequisite: COMPASS ELI score of 200 or higher, APT score of 80 or higher, ELI 103 (C or better), ELI 104 (C or better), ELI 107 (C or better), or College Reading and Writing AND Basic Algebra. Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ARM A-1220 T GLC 1/19 2/ P-0335 T GLC 1/19 2/16 ARM 157 Electrical Systems II (.5-1) 1 Hour Corequisite: ARM 156 or consent of department Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ARM A-1220 T GLC 2/23 3/ P-0335 T GLC 2/23 3/29 ARM 158 Electrical Systems III (.5-1) 1 Hour Corequisite: ARM 157 or consent of department Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ARM A-1220 T GLC 4/5 5/3 1230P-0335 T GLC 4/5 5/3 ARM 171 Automation I (.5-1) 1 Hour Prerequisite: COMPASS ELI score of 200 or higher, APT score of 80 or higher, ELI 103 (C or better), ELI 104 (C or better), ELI 107 (C or better), or College Reading and Writing AND Basic Algebra. Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ARM A-1220 R GLC 1/21 2/ P-0335 R GLC 1/21 2/18 ARM 172 Automation II (.5-1) 1 Hour Corequisite: ARM 171 or consent of department Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ARM A-1220 R GLC 2/25 3/ P-0335 R GLC 2/25 3/31 ARM 173 Automation III (.5-1) 1 Hour Corequisite: ARM 172 or consent of department Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ARM A-1220 R GLC 4/7 5/5 1230P-0325 R GLC 4/7 5/5 ARM 174 Automation IV (.5-1) 1 Hour Corequisite: ARM 173 or consent of department Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ARM A-1220 F GLC 1/22 2/ P-0325 F GLC 1/22 2/19 8

9 ARM 175 Automation V (.5-1) 1 Hour Corequisite: ARM 174 or consent of department Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ARM A-1220 F GLC 2/26 4/1 1230P-0335 F GLC 2/26 4/1 ARM 198 Complete Systems Integration (.5-1) 1 Hour Concurrent Enrollment: ARM 197 Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ARM A-0335 M GLC 4/11 5/2 1100A-0335 M GLC 4/11 5/2 ARM 176 Automation VI (.5-1) 1 Hour Corequisite: ARM 175 or consent of department Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ARM A-1220 F GLC 4/8 5/6 1230P-0335 F GLC 4/8 5/6 ARM 191 Pneumatics and Hydraulics I (.5-1) 1 Hour Prerequisite: COMPASS ELI score of 200 or higher, APT score of 80 or higher, ELI 103 (C or better), ELI 104 (C or better), ELI 107 (C or better), or College Reading and Writing AND Basic Algebra. Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ARM A-0335 W GLC 1/20 2/ A-0335 W GLC 1/20 2/17 ARM 192 Pneumatics and Hydraulics II (.5-1) 1 Hour Corequisite: ARM 191 or consent of department Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ARM A-0335 W GLC 2/24 3/ A-0335 W GLC 2/24 3/30 ARM 193 Pneumatics and Hydraulics III (.5-1) 1 Hour Corequisite: ARM 192 or consent of department Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ARM A-0335 W GLC 4/6 5/4 1100A-0335 W GLC 4/6 5/4 ARM 196 Electrical Systems Capstone (.5-1) 1 Hour Prerequisite: ARM 153, ARM 158, and ARM 173 (all C or better) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ARM A-1220 M GLC 1/25 2/ P-0330 M GLC 1/25 2/22 ARM 197 Pneumatic and Hydraulic Systems Capstone (.5-1) 1 Hour Concurrent Enrollment: ARM 196 Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ARM A-0335 M GLC 2/29 4/4 1100A-0335 M GLC 2/29 4/4 AUTOMOTIVE COLLISION REPAIR Engineering, Math & Physical Sciences Division, Room T102, (847) ACR 110 Introduction to Automotive Collision Repair (2-2) 6046 ACR A-1250 MW GLC 1/20 3/ ACR P-0950 MW GLC 1/19 5/4 ACR 112 Non-Structural Repair I (3-4) 5 Hours Corequisite: ACR 110 (C or better) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ACR P-0930 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 ACR 115 Automotive Welding (3-4) 5 Hours Corequisite: ACR 110 (C or better) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ACR P-0530 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 ACR 131 Automotive Refinishing I (2-2) Corequisite: ACR 110 (C or better) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ACR A-1250 MW GLC 3/14 5/ ACR P-0950 MW GLC 3/14 5/11 ACR 132 Automotive Refinishing II (3-4) 5 Hours Prerequisite: ACR 110 and ACR 131 (formerly ABR 130) (both C or better) Corequisite: ACR 215 (ABR 215) (C or better) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ACR P-0930 TR GLC 1/19 5/6 ACR 137 Automotive Mechanical Systems (3-4) 5 Hours Corequisite: ACR 110 (C or better) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ACR A-1230 TR GLC 1/19 5/ ACR P-0930 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 9

10 ACR 212 Non-Structural Repair II (3-4) 5 Hours Prerequisite: ACR 110, ACR 112 (ABR 110), and ACR 115 (ABR 115) (all C or better) Corequisite: ACR 138 (ABR 138) (C or better) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ACR P-0930 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 ACR 215 Automotive Detailing (2-2) Corequisite: ACR 110 (C or better) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ACR P-0550 TR GLC 3/15 5/5 AUT 111 Engine Rebuilding (4-2) 5 Hours Corequisite: AUT 110 (formerly AUT 174) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ AUT A-1150 TR GLC 1/19 5/ AUT P-0950 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 Supported Section This section is taught in English with support services for students who have not met College Reading and Writing. Department Consent is required. Please contact Leticia Swift at (847) for more information AUT P-0950 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 0600P-0650 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 ACR 230 Structural Repair (3-4) 5 Hours Prerequisite: ACR 110, ACR 112 (formerly ABR 110), and ACR 115 (formerly ABR 115) (all C or better) Corequisite: ACR 137 (C or better) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ ACR P-0930 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 ACR 234 Refinishing IV - Custom Painting (2-2) Prerequisite: ACR 233 (formerly ABR 133) (C or better) 6066 ACR P-0950 MW GLC 1/20 3/9 AUTOMOTIVE TECHNOLOGY Engineering, Math & Physical Sciences Division, Room T102, (847) AUT 110 Introduction to Automotive Technology (3-2) 4 Hours Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ AUT A-1120 MW GLC 1/20 5/ AUT P-0650 TR GLC 1/19 5/ AUT P-0320 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 Supported Section This section is taught in English with support services for students who have not met College Reading and Writing. Department Consent is required. Please contact Leticia Swift at (847) for more information AUT P-0920 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 0600P-0650 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 AUT 112 Braking Systems (4-2) 5 Hours Corequisite: AUT 110 (formerly AUT 174) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ AUT P-0350 TR GLC 1/19 5/ AUT P-0250 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 Supported Section This section is taught in English with support services for students who have not met College Reading and Writing. Department Consent is required. Please contact Leticia Swift at (847) for more information AUT P-0950 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 AUT 113 Suspension and Alignment (4-2) 5 Hours Corequisite: AUT 110 (formerly AUT 174) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ AUT P-0950 MW GLC 1/20 5/ AUT P-0250 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 AUT 131 Auto Electrical I (4-2) 5 Hours Corequisite: AUT 110 (formerly AUT 174) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ AUT P-0550 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 Supported Section This section is taught in English with support services for students who have not met College Reading and Writing. Department Consent is required. Please contact Leticia Swift at (847) for more information AUT P-0950 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 AUT 132 Manual Drive Train and Axles (4-2) 5 Hours Corequisite: AUT 110 (formerly AUT 174) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ AUT P-0950 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 10

11 AUT 151 Powertrain Systems (4-2) 5 Hours Prerequisite: AUT 111 (formerly AUT 171) and AUT 131 (formerly AUT 172) (all C or better) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ AUT P-0350 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 AUT 217 Automotive Service Consulting (3-0) 6943 AUT P-0920 F GLC 1/19 5/6 AUT 231 Auto Electrical II (4-2) 5 Hours Prerequisite: AUT 131 (formerly AUT 172) (C or better) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ AUT A-1150 TR GLC 1/19 5/ AUT P-0950 MW GLC 1/20 5/5 AUT 232 Automatic Transmission and Transaxle (4-2) 5 Hours Prerequisite: AUT 131 (formerly AUT 172) (C or better) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ AUT A-1150 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 AUT 251 Powertrain Controls (4-2) 5 Hours Prerequisite: AUT 111 (formerly AUT 171), AUT 131 (formerly AUT 172) (all C or better) Corequisite: AUT 151 (formerly AUT 271) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ AUT P-0950 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 AUT 252 Powertrain Management (4-2) 5 Hours Prerequisite: AUT 111 (formerly AUT 171), AUT 131 (formerly AUT 172), AUT 231 (formerly AUT 173) and AUT 251 (formerly AUT 272) (all C or better) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ AUT P-0950 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 AUT 275 Air Conditioning and Heating (4-2) 5 Hours Prerequisite: AUT 131 (formerly AUT 172) (C or better) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ AUT P-0950 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 AUT 290 Advanced Specialization (2-6) 5 Hours Prerequisite: 20 Credits in AUT courses and Consent of Instructor Students must have earned a grade of C or better in all previous automotive courses. Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ AUT P-0650 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 0700P-0950 TR GLC 1/19 5/ AUT ARR F GLC 1/22 5/6 AUT 299 Special Topics in the Automotive Industry (Variable) Hours 6125 AUT ARR ARR GLC 1/19 5/13 BIOLOGY Biological & Health Sciences Division, Room C140, (847) IMPORTANT INFORMATION Regarding Placement Test for BIO 123 and BIO 161 Students who want to enroll in BIO 123 or BIO 161 and do not have the prerequisite algebra course (MTH 102 or MTH 108) MUST take the CLC College Math Placement Test. The test is given in the Testing Center at the Grayslake Campus, (847) , the Lakeshore Campus, (847) , and by appointment at the Southlake Campus, (847) Please call the appropriate location for testing times. The use of a calculator is permitted, and one will be provided. Photo ID is required. Which beginning biology lab course is right for you? BIO intended as a general education lab science requirement for non-science majors and for those who are interested in the relationships between humans and the environment and environmental problems. BIO intended as a general education lab science requirement for non-science majors needing a one-semester lab science course and for students seeking careers in nursing, dental hygiene, medical imaging, etc. Prior chemistry is helpful. Basic Algebra is a prerequisite. BIO intended as a general education lab science requirement for non-science majors needing a one-semester lab science course and is not intended for students wishing to enter an allied health or pre-professional field. BIO This course is the first semester of a two semester sequence intended for biology majors and students seeking careers in pre-medicine, pre-pharmacy, pre-veterinarian, etc. NOTE: Knowledge of chemistry is helpful. Intermediate Algebra is a prerequisite. 11

12 BIO 111 Human Form and Function (3-2) 4 Hours 4751 BIO A-1050 S GLC 1/23 5/7 1115A-0105 S GLC 1/23 5/ BIO A-1045 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 1100A-1250 R GLC 1/19 5/ BIO P-0950 M GLC 1/20 5/4 0700P-0850 W GLC 1/20 5/ BIO ARR ARR GLC 1/19 5/ BIO ARR ARR LSC 1/19 5/5 0330P-0620 R LSC 1/19 5/5 u BIO is a Blended section that combines work in the classroom 4819 BIO A-1115 MW SLC 1/20 5/6 1130A-0120 W SLC 1/20 5/ BIO P-0920 T SLC 1/19 5/6 0630P-0820 R SLC 1/19 5/6 BIO 120 Environmental Biology (3-2) 4 Hours AND Basic Algebra Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ BIO A-0920 S GLC 1/23 5/7 0930A-1120 S GLC 1/23 5/7 1145A-0105 S GLC 1/23 5/ BIO A-0945 MW GLC 1/19 5/4 0800A-0950 T GLC 1/19 5/ BIO A-0915 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 0800A-0950 W GLC 1/19 5/ BIO A-1115 MW GLC 1/19 5/4 1000A-1150 T GLC 1/19 5/ BIO A-1045 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 1100A-1250 W GLC 1/19 5/ BIO A-1115 MW GLC 1/20 5/5 1000A-1150 R GLC 1/20 5/ BIO A-1215 TR GLC 1/19 5/6 1100A-1250 F GLC 1/19 5/ BIO A-1245 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 0930A-1120 M GLC 1/20 5/ BIO P-0145 TR GLC 1/19 5/6 0100P-0250 F GLC 1/19 5/ BIO P-0150 MW GLC 3/1 5/5 1200P-0150 TR GLC 3/1 5/ BIO P-0315 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 0200P-0350 W GLC 1/19 5/ BIO P-0420 TR GLC 3/1 5/5 0230P-0420 MW GLC 3/1 5/ BIO P-0750 W GLC 1/20 5/4 0600P-0850 M GLC 1/20 5/ BIO P-0720 T GLC 1/19 5/5 0630P-0920 R GLC 1/19 5/ BIO A-1115 MW GLC 1/20 5/6 0900A-1050 F GLC 1/20 5/ BIO P-0850 M LSC 1/20 5/4 0600P-0750 W LSC 1/20 5/ BIO A-1115 MW SLC 1/20 5/6 1130A-0120 W SLC 1/20 5/6 BIO 120 continued in next column BIO ARR ARR SLC 1/19 5/ P-0320 W SLC 1/19 5/6 u BIO is a Blended section that combines work in the classroom BIO 123 Principles of Biology (3-2) 4 Hours Prerequisites: MTH 102 (C or better) or an appropriate score on the Math Placement Test or Math ACT of 22 or higher - AND - College Reading and Writing 4777 BIO A-0920 S GLC 1/23 5/7 0930A-1120 S GLC 1/23 5/7 1145A-0105 S GLC 1/23 5/ BIO A-0915 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 0800A-0950 W GLC 1/19 5/ BIO A-0915 TR GLC 1/19 5/6 0800A-0950 F GLC 1/19 5/ BIO A-0950 MWF GLC 1/20 5/6 1000A-1150 F GLC 1/20 5/ BIO A-1045 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 1000A-1150 M GLC 1/19 5/ BIO A-1045 TR GLC 1/19 5/6 1000A-1150 W GLC 1/19 5/ BIO P-0115 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 0130P-0320 M GLC 1/20 5/ BIO A-1215 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 1230P-0220 T GLC 1/19 5/ BIO P-0130 MW GLC 2/1 5/4 0145P-0355 W GLC 2/1 5/ BIO P-0315 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 0330P-0520 T GLC 1/19 5/ BIO P-0315 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 0330P-0520 R GLC 1/19 5/ BIO P-0815 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 0830P-1020 W GLC 1/20 5/ BIO P-0745 TR GLC 1/19 5/6 0800P-0950 T GLC 1/19 5/ BIO P-0850 M LSC 1/20 5/4 0700P-0950 W LSC 1/20 5/ BIO A-1215 TR SLC 1/19 5/5 1230P-0220 R SLC 1/19 5/ BIO P-0920 T SLC 1/19 5/5 0630P-0820 R SLC 1/19 5/ BIO A-0950 F SLC 1/19 5/6 1000A-1150 F SLC 1/19 5/6 ARR ARR SLC 1/19 5/13 u BIO is a Blended section that combines work in the classroom BIO 126 Local Flora (1-2) 2 Hours AND Basic Algebra May be taken three times, but any topic only once Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ BIO ARR ARR GLC 4/2 5/7 0900A-0250 S GLC 4/2 5/7 u BIO is a Blended section that combines work in the classroom 12

13 BIO 127 Introduction to Evolution (3-0) AND Basic Algebra 4802 BIO A-1215 MW GLC 1/20 5/ BIO P-0915 TR GLC 3/15 5/ BIO ARR ARR GLC 3/15 5/12 u BIO is a Blended section that combines work in the classroom BIO 140 Environmental Biology without Lab (3-0) AND Basic Algebra 4769 BIO A-1150 F GLC 1/22 5/ BIO A-1215 TR GLC 3/15 5/ BIO P-0950 W SLC 1/20 5/ BIO ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/ BIO ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/13 BIO 141 Concepts in Biology (3-2) 4 Hours AND Basic Algebra 4796 BIO P-0115 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 0130P-0320 M GLC 1/20 5/ BIO P-0645 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 0700P-0850 M GLC 1/20 5/4 BIO 149 Genetics and Society (3-0) AND Basic Algebra 4817 BIO P-0315 TR GLC 1/19 5/6 BIO 161 General Biology I (3-3) 4 Hours Prerequisites: MTH 108 or MTH 107 (both C or better) or appropriate score on the Math Placement Test or Math ACT of 25 or higher AND College Reading and Writing 4774 BIO A-0915 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 0930A-1220 R GLC 1/19 5/ BIO A-0945 WF GLC 1/20 5/6 1000A-1250 F GLC 1/20 5/ BIO P-0215 WF GLC 1/20 5/6 0230P-0520 W GLC 1/20 5/ BIO P-0145 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 0200P-0450 R GLC 1/19 5/ BIO P-0920 T GLC 1/19 5/5 0630P-0920 R GLC 1/19 5/ BIO P-0950 M SLC 1/20 5/4 0700P-0950 W SLC 1/20 5/4 BIO 162 General Biology II (3-3) 4 Hours Prerequisite: BIO 161(C or better) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ BIO A-1220 T GLC 1/19 5/6 0930A-1220 R GLC 1/19 5/ BIO P-0350 M GLC 1/20 5/6 0100P-0350 W GLC 1/20 5/ BIO P-0850 T GLC 1/19 5/5 0600P-0850 R GLC 1/19 5/5 BIO 221 Zoology (2-4) 4 Hours Prerequisite: BIO 161 (all C or better) 6833 BIO P-1250 MW GLC 1/20 5/6 1000A-1150 MW GLC 1/20 5/6 BIO 244 Anatomy and Physiology I (3-2) 4 Hours Prerequisite: BIO 123 (formerly BIO 121) or BIO 161 (all C or better) 4734 BIO A-0850 F GLC 1/22 5/6 0900A-1050 F GLC 1/22 5/6 1130A-0120 F GLC 1/22 5/ BIO A-0950 MWF GLC 1/20 5/6 1000A-1150 W GLC 1/20 5/ BIO A-1150 S GLC 1/23 5/7 1230P-0220 S GLC 1/23 5/ BIO A-1045 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 1100A-1250 R GLC 1/19 5/ BIO A-1150 MWF GLC 1/20 5/6 1200P-0150 W GLC 1/20 5/ BIO A-1150 MWF GLC 1/20 5/6 1200P-0150 F GLC 1/20 5/ BIO A-1215 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 0100P-0250 R GLC 1/19 5/ BIO P-0315 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 0330P-0520 R GLC 1/19 5/ BIO P-0545 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 0600P-0750 R GLC 1/19 5/ BIO P-0515 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 0530P-0720 W GLC 1/20 5/ BIO P-0715 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 0730P-0920 W GLC 1/20 5/ BIO P-0745 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 0800P-0950 R GLC 1/19 5/5 (Lecture) AND Grayslake Campus - Graysake (Lab) 4736 BIO A-1120 T LSC 1/19 5/5 0930A-1020 R GLC 1/19 5/ A-1220 R GLC 1/19 5/5 u This section meets at both the Lakeshore Campus (Tuesdays) and Grayslake Campus (Thursdays). 13

14 BIO 245 Anatomy and Physiology II (3-2) 4 Hours Prerequisite: BIO 124 or BIO 244 (C or better) 4809 BIO A-1050 T GLC 1/19 5/5 1100A-1215 TR GLC 1/19 5/ BIO A-1045 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 1100A-1250 T GLC 1/19 5/ BIO A-1050 MWF GLC 1/20 5/6 1100A-1250 M GLC 1/20 5/ BIO A-1215 TR GLC 1/19 5/6 0100P-0250 T GLC 1/19 5/ BIO P-1250 MWF GLC 1/20 5/6 0100P-0250 M GLC 1/20 5/ BIO P-0315 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 0330P-0520 T GLC 1/19 5/ BIO P-0515 MW GLC 1/20 5/5 0530P-0720 M GLC 1/20 5/ BIO P-0745 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 0800P-0950 T GLC 1/19 5/ BIO P-0715 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 0730P-0920 M GLC 1/20 5/4 BIO 246 Microbiology (2-4) 4 Hours Prerequisite: BIO 123 (formerly BIO 121) or BIO 161 (all C or better) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ BIO A-0850 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 0900A-1050 TR GLC 1/19 5/ BIO A-0920 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 0930A-1120 MW GLC 1/20 5/ BIO P-0120 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 0130P-0320 TR GLC 1/19 5/ BIO P-0150 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 0200P-0350 MW GLC 1/20 5/ BIO P-0420 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 0430P-0620 TR GLC 1/19 5/ BIO P-0750 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 0800P-0950 MW GLC 1/20 5/ BIO P-0750 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 0800P-0950 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Business and Social Sciences Division, Room A244, (847) Not all courses are offered every semester. For more information: BUS 113 Human Resource Management (3-0) 5191 BUS P-0950 M GLC 1/25 5/2 BUS 115 Elements of Supervision (3-0) 5192 BUS P-0915 R GLC 1/21 5/5 BUS 119 Personal Finance (3-0) 5230 BUS P-0215 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 BUS 121 Introduction to Business (3-0) 5195 BUS A-1115 MW GLC 1/20 5/ BUS A-1245 MW GLC 1/20 5/ BUS P-0215 MW GLC 1/20 5/ BUS A-0915 TR GLC 1/19 5/ BUS A-1045 TR GLC 1/19 5/ BUS A-1215 TR GLC 1/19 5/ BUS P-0145 TR GLC 1/19 5/ BUS P-0950 M GLC 1/25 5/ BUS P-0915 T GLC 1/19 5/ BUS A-0240 W GLC 2/3 5/ BUS P-1250 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 ARR ARR GLC 1/20 5/11 u BUS is a Blended section that combines work in the classroom 5229 BUS A-1115 MW SLC 1/20 5/ BUS P-0940 R SLC 2/4 5/ BUS ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/ BUS ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/ BUS ARR ONLINE 2/1 5/ BUS ARR ONLINE 2/1 5/ BUS ARR ONLINE 3/15 5/ BUS ARR ONLINE 3/15 5/ BUS ARR ONLINE 3/15 5/13 Indicates section may be opened at a later time in the registration process. BUS 122 Principles of Marketing (3-0) AND Basic Algebra 5228 BUS A-1245 MW GLC 1/20 5/ BUS A-1045 TR GLC 1/19 5/ BUS P-0145 TR GLC 1/19 5/ BUS P-0945 W GLC 1/20 5/ BUS ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/ BUS ARR ONLINE 2/1 5/13 14

15 BUS 131 Entrepreneurship (3-0) AND Basic Algebra Recommended: BUS BUS P-0915 R GLC 1/21 5/5 BUS 132 Business Ethics (3-0) Recommended: BUS BUS P-0915 T GLC 1/19 5/3 BUS 213 Principles of Professional Selling (3-0) Prerequisite: BUS BUS P-0950 M GLC 1/25 5/2 BUS 223 Principles of Management (3-0) Prerequisite: BUS BUS P-0945 W GLC 1/20 5/ BUS P-1250 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 ARR ARR GLC 1/20 5/11 u BUS is a Blended section that combines work in the classroom BUS 233 Management Skills (3-0) Prerequisite: BUS 121 or AOS 214 or Department Consent BUS P-0915 T GLC 1/19 5/3 BUS 237 Managerial Communication (3-0) Prerequisite: AOS 111 or ENG BUS P-0945 W GLC 1/20 5/4 BUS 214 Advertising (3-0) Prerequisite: BUS BUS P-0915 R GLC 1/21 5/5 BUS 215 Operations Management (3-0) Prerequisite: Basic Algebra and BUS BUS P-0915 R GLC 1/21 5/5 BUS 219 Small Business Management (3-0) Prerequisite: BUS BUS ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/13 BUS 221 Business Law I (3-0) Prerequisite: BUS 121 or PLS BUS P-0215 MW GLC 1/20 5/ BUS P-0145 TR GLC 1/19 5/ BUS P-0945 W GLC 1/20 5/ BUS A-1115 MW GLC 1/20 5/ BUS ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/ BUS ARR ONLINE 3/15 5/13 BUS 222 Business Law II/Corporate and Securities Law (3-0) Prerequisite: PLS 110 or BUS BUS P-0915 R GLC 1/21 5/5 BUS 238 Project Management (3-0) AND Basic Algebra Recommended: BUS BUS P-0915 T GLC 1/19 5/3 BUS 239 Social Media/Social Networking in Business (3-0) 5238 BUS P-0950 M GLC 1/25 5/2 CHEMISTRY Biological & Health Sciences Division, Room C140, (847) IMPORTANT INFORMATION Regarding Placement Test for Chemistry Students who want to enroll in CHM 120 or CHM 121 and do not have the prerequisite algebra course MUST take the CLC College Math Placement test. The test is given in the Testing Center at the Grayslake campus, (847) , the Lakeshore Campus, (847) and at the Southlake Campus, (847) Please call the appropriate location for testing times. The use of a calculator is permitted, and one will be provided. Photo ID is required. 15

16 Which beginning chemistry course is right for you? CHM intended for general education lab science requirement for non-science majors and for the dental hygiene, medical imaging, and registered nursing programs. Basic algebra is a prerequisite. CHM intended for chemistry, biology and other science majors. Intermediate algebra is a prerequisite. CHM intended for general education lab science requirement for non-science majors and is not intended for students wishing to enter an allied health or pre-professional field. Language proficiency and basic algebra readiness prerequisite. CHM 140 same as CHM 142, but without a lab. CHM 120 Chemical Concepts (3-2) 4 Hours Prerequisites: MTH 102 (C or better) or an appropriate score on the Math Placement Test or Math ACT of 22 or higher - AND - College Reading and Writing 4833 CHM A-1200 S GLC 1/23 5/7 1215P-0205 S GLC 1/23 5/ CHM A-0945 MW GLC 1/19 5/4 0800A-0950 T GLC 1/19 5/ CHM A-1115 MW GLC 1/19 5/5 1000A-1150 T GLC 1/19 5/ CHM A-1045 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 1000A-1150 W GLC 1/19 5/ CHM P-0735 MW GLC 2/8 5/6 0740P-0950 M GLC 2/8 5/ CHM P-0750 M GLC 1/20 5/4 0600P-0650 W GLC 1/20 5/4 0700P-0850 W GLC 1/20 5/ CHM P-0750 T GLC 1/19 5/5 0600P-0650 R GLC 1/19 5/5 0700P-0850 R GLC 1/19 5/ CHM P-0850 T LSC 1/19 5/5 0600P-0750 R LSC 1/19 5/ CHM A-0950 T SLC 1/19 5/6 1000A-1150 T SLC 1/19 5/6 0930A-1120 R SLC 1/19 5/ CHM P-0420 T SLC 1/19 5/6 ARR ARR SLC 1/19 5/13 u CHM is a Blended section that combines work in the classroom CHM 121 General Chemistry I (3-4) 5 Hours Prerequisites: MTH 108 or MTH 107 (both C or better) or appropriate score on the Math Placement Test or Math ACT of 25 or higher AND College Reading and Writing 4836 CHM A-0950 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 0830A-0945 MW GLC 1/19 5/ CHM P-0215 MW GLC 1/19 5/5 0100P-0250 TR GLC 1/19 5/ CHM A-1115 MW GLC 1/19 5/5 1000A-1150 TR GLC 1/19 5/ CHM A-1045 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 1000A-1150 MW GLC 1/19 5/ CHM A-0915 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 0800A-0950 MW GLC 1/19 5/ CHM P-0220 MW GLC 1/19 5/5 1230P-0145 TR GLC 1/19 5/ CHM P-0750 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 0800P-0915 MW GLC 1/20 5/ CHM P-0720 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 0730P-0845 TR GLC 1/19 5/ CHM P-0950 F GLC 1/22 5/7 0900A-1150 S GLC 1/22 5/ CHM P-0315 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 0330P-0515 TR GLC 1/19 5/ CHM P-0215 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 0230P-0420 MW GLC 1/20 5/ CHM P-0245 MW SLC 1/19 5/6 0300P-0450 MW SLC 1/19 5/6 CHM 123 General Chemistry II (3-4) 5 Hours Prerequisite: CHM 121 (C or better) 4840 CHM A-1245 MW GLC 1/19 5/5 1200P-0150 TR GLC 1/19 5/ CHM A-1115 MW GLC 1/19 5/5 1000A-1150 TR GLC 1/19 5/ CHM P-0645 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 0700P-0850 MW GLC 1/20 5/ CHM P-0850 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 0530P-0645 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 CHM 125 Elementary Organic Chemistry (3-4) 5 Hours Prerequisite: CHM 121 (C or better) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ CHM P-0645 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 0700P-0850 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 16

17 CHM 140 Chemistry for a Changing World (3-0) AND Basic Algebra 4856 CHM A-1215 TR GLC 1/20 5/ CHM ARR ARR GLC 2/15 5/13 CHM 142 Chemistry for a Changing World-LAB (3-2) 4 Hours AND Basic Algebra 4857 CHM A-1215 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 1230P-0220 R GLC 1/19 5/5 CHM 222 Organic Chemistry I (3-4) 5 Hours Prerequisite: CHM 123 (C or better) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ CHM P-0350 W GLC 1/19 5/5 1230P-0145 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 CHM 223 Organic Chemistry II (3-4) 5 Hours Prerequisite: CHM 222 (C or better) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ CHM P-0145 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 1200P-0350 M GLC 1/19 5/ CHM P-0845 W GLC 1/20 5/4 0600P-0950 M GLC 1/20 5/4 CHINESE Communication Arts, Humanities & Fine Arts Division, Room B210, (847) CHI 121 Beginning Chinese I (4-0) 4 Hours 5435 CHI P-0520 TR GLC 1/19 5/5 CHI 122 Beginning Chinese II (4-0) 4 Hours Prerequisite: CHI CHI P-0950 W GLC 1/20 5/4 CHI 221 Intermediate Chinese I (4-0) 4 Hours 6896 CHI P-0550 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY Engineering, Math & Physical Sciences Division, Room T102, (847) CIV 214 Civil Materials and Testing (2-2) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ CIV P-0950 R GLC 1/21 5/12 COMMUNICATION Communication Arts, Humanities & Fine Arts Division, Room B210, (847) CMM 111 Communication Skills (3-0) 5437 CMM P-0315 TR GLC 1/19 5/ CMM P-0955 M GLC 1/25 5/2 CMM 121 Fundamentals of Speech (3-0) 5476 CMM A-0820 MW GLC 1/20 5/ CMM A-0820 MW GLC 1/20 5/ CMM A-0915 TR GLC 1/19 5/ CMM A-0915 TR GLC 1/19 5/ CMM A-0950 MW GLC 1/20 5/ CMM A-0950 MW GLC 1/20 5/ CMM A-1045 TR GLC 1/19 5/ CMM A-1045 TR GLC 1/19 5/ CMM A-0950 MW GLC 1/20 5/ CMM A-1245 S GLC 2/13 5/ CMM A-1120 MW GLC 1/20 5/ CMM A-1250 MW GLC 1/20 5/ CMM A-1250 MW GLC 1/20 5/ CMM A-1215 TR GLC 1/19 5/ CMM A-1120 MW GLC 1/20 5/ CMM A-1145 F GLC 1/22 5/ CMM P-0945 R GLC 1/21 5/ CMM P-0645 W GLC 1/20 5/ CMM P-0220 MW GLC 1/20 5/ CMM P-0345 F GLC 1/22 5/ CMM P-0315 TR GLC 1/19 5/ CMM P-0645 W GLC 1/20 5/ CMM P-0625 R GLC 2/4 5/ CMM P-0615 T GLC 1/19 5/ CMM P-0615 R GLC 1/21 5/ CMM A-0915 TR GLC 1/19 5/ CMM P-0145 TR GLC 1/19 5/ CMM P-0655 M GLC 1/25 5/2 477 CMM A-1045 TR GLC 1/19 5/ CMM P-0915 R GLC 1/21 5/5 CMM 121 continued. 17

18 55457 CMM P-0350 MW GLC 1/20 5/ CMM P-0945 W GLC 1/20 5/ CMM P-0955 M GLC 1/25 5/ CMM P-0930 R GLC 2/4 5/ CMM P-0915 T GLC 1/19 5/ CMM P-0150 TR GLC 1/19 5/ CMM A-1120 MW GLC 1/20 5/ CMM P-0800 F GLC 1/22 5/6 0100P-0400 SU GLC 1/23 5/8 u CMM Online Enhanced Fundamentals of Speech is designed for students who are comfortable with the public speaking process and need a flexible schedule. The course combines work on the Internet, with 4 in-class speeches. Students are required to come to campus for an orientation session and 4 additional times a semester on one day, on a prearranged weekend. Students decide if they wish to deliver their speech either on Friday or Saturday or Sunday of the prearranged weekend, and the weekend day may vary for each speech. Orientations are held: Thursday Jan 15th 1-3pm Room B142 and Thursday Jan 15th 7-9pm Room B142. For additional information, contact Rick Soller at (847) Honors 5501 CMM P-0220 MW GLC 1/20 5/4 u CMM is an honors section and consent is needed to enroll. For more information, contact Nick Schevera at (847) CMM P-0915 T LSC 1/19 5/ CMM P-0200 TR LSC 2/2 5/ CMM A-1155 F SLC 2/5 5/ CMM A-1045 TR SLC 1/19 5/ CMM P-0650 M SLC 1/25 5/ CMM A-1120 MW SLC 1/20 5/4 CMM 123 Dynamics of Small Group Discussion (3-0) 5466 CMM A-1215 TR GLC 1/19 5/ CMM P-0645 W GLC 1/20 5/ CMM P-0950 M SLC 2/1 5/2 CMM 128 Interviewing Practices (3-0) 5481 CMM P-0220 MW GLC 1/20 5/ CMM P-0315 TR GLC 1/19 5/ CMM P-0915 T GLC 1/19 5/ CMM P-0925 R SLC 2/4 5/5 CMM 221 Applied Forensics (Variable) CMM P-0345 M GLC 1/25 5/ CMM P-0615 TR GLC 1/19 5/ CMM A-0400 F GLC 1/22 5/ CMM P-0900 W GLC 1/20 5/4 COMPUTER AIDED DESIGN Engineering, Math & Physical Sciences Division, Room T102, (847) CAD 110 CAD/CAM Concepts (2-2) or consent of instructor Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ CAD P-0550 T GLC 1/19 5/3 u CAD is a Blended section that combines work in the classroom CAD 117 Introduction to AutoCAD (2-2) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ CAD P-0950 T GLC 1/19 5/ CAD A-1220 W GLC 1/20 5/4 u CAD is a Blended section that combines work in the classroom CMM 124 Oral Interpretation (3-0) 5487 CMM P-0145 TR GLC 1/19 5/3 CAD 170 Introduction to SolidWorks (2-2) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ CAD P-0950 M GLC 1/25 5/2 CMM 127 Intercultural Communication (3-0) 5460 CMM A-1215 TR GLC 1/19 5/ CMM P-0650 M GLC 1/25 5/ CMM A-1250 MW GLC 1/20 5/ CMM ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/ CMM ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/ CMM ARR ONLINE 1/21 5/13 CAD 171 Introduction to Inventor (2-2) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ CAD P-0950 T GLC 1/26 5/3 CAD 176 Introduction to Creo (2-2) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ CAD P-1000 M GLC 1/19 5/6 18

19 CAD 177 Civil Drafting (2-2) Prerequisites: CAD 117 or EGR 121 or ARC 121 or consent of instructor Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ CAD ARR ARR GLC 1/19 5/13 CAD 178 Introduction to Revit (2-2) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ CAD P-0950 R GLC 1/28 5/5 CAD 211 Mechanical Detailing with GD&T (2-2) Prerequisite: CAD 170 (previously CAD 173) or CAD 171 or CAD 176 Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ CAD P-0900 W GLC 1/20 5/4 u CAD is a Blended section that combines work in the classroom CAD 217 AutoCAD II (2-2) Prerequisite: CAD 117 or EGR 121 or ARC 121 Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ CAD P-0900 W GLC 1/27 5/4 u CAD is a Blended section that combines work in the classroom CAD 270 SolidWorks II (2-2) Prerequisite: CAD 170 (previously CAD 173) Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ CAD P-0950 T GLC 1/26 5/3 CAD 273 Advanced CAD Specialization (Variable) 1- Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ CAD P-0950 R GLC 1/28 5/5 u Project based course. Students will work on development process of a product from the intial concept to final production modules. Students will work in large and small groups and will meet with the instructor particular dates during the semester. COMPUTER INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Business and Social Sciences Division, Room A244, (847) Not all courses are offered every semester. For more information: IMPORTANT INFORMATION Regarding Computer Information Technology Placement Testing and Waiving CIT Prerequisites Students wishing to take a CIT course which has a prerequisite of CIT 120 and who do not have the prerequisite course may take the Introduction to Computers Placement Test. Students wishing to take a CIT course which has a prerequisite of CIT 134 and who do not have the prerequisite course may take the Programming Placement Test. These tests are given on a walk-in basis in the Testing Centers at the Grayslake and Lakeshore campuses and by appointment at the Southlake Campus. There is no charge for the tests. Please see the Academic Proficiency Test information in this schedule for the Testing Centers hours. Students who have taken a course equivalent to CIT 120 or CIT 134 at another school may have the prerequisite waived by submitting the request found at: Office 2013 All coursework will be completed in Microsoft Office CIT 111 Comprehensive Spreadsheets (3-0) AND Basic Algebra 5260 CIT P-0945 W GLC 1/20 5/4 u CIT is a Blended section that combines work in the classroom 5261 CIT ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/13 19

20 CIT 112 Comprehensive Database (3-0) 5262 CIT P-0915 R GLC 1/21 5/ CIT ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/13 CIT 130 Operating Systems for A+ Certificate (3-0) AND Basic Algebra 5265 CIT P-0915 R GLC 1/21 5/5 CIT 113 Introduction to SQL (3-0) Prerequisite: CIT 112 (Previously CIS 230) - AND - a CIT programming course or a passing score on the Programming Placement Test 5264 CIT P-0950 M GLC 1/25 5/2 CIT 119 Introduction to Office Software (2-2) College Reading and Writing or concurrent enrollment in ENG 109 or ELI 109 AND Basic Algebra or concurrent enrollment in MTH CIT P-0150 TR GLC 1/19 5/ CIT P-0950 M GLC 1/25 5/2 ARR ARR GLC 1/25 5/9 u CIT is a Blended section that combines work in the classroom 5259 CIT ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/13 CIT 120 Introduction to Computers (3-0) AND Basic Algebra 5243 CIT A-0950 MWF GLC 1/20 5/ CIT A-1050 MWF GLC 1/20 5/ CIT P-0250 MWF GLC 1/20 5/ CIT A-1045 TR GLC 1/19 5/ CIT A-1215 TR GLC 1/19 5/ CIT P-0145 TR GLC 1/19 5/ CIT A-1055 TR GLC 2/2 5/ CIT P-0950 M GLC 1/25 5/ CIT P-0915 T GLC 1/19 5/ CIT ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/ CIT ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/ CIT ARR ONLINE 2/8 5/ CIT ARR ONLINE 2/15 5/ CIT ARR ONLINE 3/15 5/ CIT ARR ONLINE 3/15 5/13 Indicates section may be opened at a later time in the registration process. CIT 131 Windows Operating System (3-0) AND Basic Algebra Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ CIT P-0950 M GLC 1/25 5/ CIT A-1150 S GLC 1/23 5/7 CIT 132 Linux Operating System (3-0) AND Basic Algebra Additional Cost/Course Fee: $ CIT P-0945 W GLC 1/20 5/ CIT ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/13 CIT 133 Network Automation (3-0) Prerequisite: CIT 130 or CIT 131 Corequisite: CIT CIT P-0915 T GLC 1/19 3/29 ARR ARR GLC 3/30 5/10 u CIT is a Blended section that combines work in the classroom CIT 134 Introduction to Programming Concepts (3-0) Corequisite: CIT 120 or passing score on the Introduction to Computers Placement Test 5286 CIT A-1045 TR GLC 1/19 5/ CIT P-0915 R GLC 1/21 5/ CIT ARR ONLINE 1/19 5/13 CIT 139 Cisco: Introduction to Networks (2-2) 5305 CIT P-0150 TR GLC 1/19 5/ CIT P-0945 W GLC 1/20 5/4 20

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