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1 Anne Arundel Community College noncredit classes Contents How to use this schedule we make it easy...2 LET S GET DOWN TO BUSINESS Location codes find your way to class...3 Continuing education highlights just a few of our many offerings...4 Dates to remember open houses, events, closings...5 PERSONAL ENRICHMENT cultural arts, food, fitness and more...6 BASIC EDUCATION GED, ESL, college prep...29 CAREER AND CERTIFICATION job training and professional development...34 Continuing education certificates codes add these to your registration form Subject list by campus locations AACC at Arundel Mills, Center for Cyber and Professional Training, Glen Burnie Town Center, HCAT Alphabetical index by subject find it fast Index of online courses by subject your pace, your place, online General information policies, payment, parking AACC Foundation ways to give...84 Financial aid and scholarships money matters for continuing education...85 How to register for classes five ways, your choice Registration forms or go to AACC University Consortium...92 Campus map... inside back cover Visit us on the Web: In today s fast-paced business world, you need to stay current. You know Anne Arundel Community College for our high quality education programs and services. AACC also serves businesses and organizations in many ways through the: Center for Workforce Solutions for business training and consulting. Continuing Professional Education. CyberCenter. Entrepreneurial Studies Institute and its Business Incubator. Internships office. Legal Studies Institute. And more! We can help your business! Spring registration is underway. Explore the possibilities by visiting us at or calling AACC (2222) today! AACC BOARD OF TRUSTEES The Rev. Dr. Diane Dixon-Proctor, chair Arthur D. Ebersberger, vice chair Kimberly McCoy Burns, Esq. Victoria K. Fretwell Walter J. Hall Devanice Ball, student member James H. Johnson Jr., Ph.D. Jerome W. Klasmeier 1

2 How to use this schedule of classes SECTIONS Courses are grouped by personal enrichment, basic education and career and certification. Look for cross references and helpful information, including Web addresses. For information, in the introductions under headings and subheadings. PERSONAL ENRICHMENT Cultural arts, food and culinary, fitness, history, financial planning, parenting and more BASIC EDUCATION Adult basic skills, GED, college preparation CAREER AND CERTIFICATION Job training, professional development, technical certifications CONTINUING EDUCATION CERTIFICATE The list of courses that make up each continuing education certificate along with a Web address For information can be found throughout the schedule. See pages for a complete list of all continuing education certificate offerings. Example: ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION For information regarding a continuing education certificate in Environmental Landscape Management, see pages REGISTRATION Noncredit registration is continuous throughout the year and students can register up to the actual start date. HOWEVER, decisions on whether we have enough people to run a class are made a week or two before the start date so please REGISTER EARLY. Registration for summer classes begins: MARCH 3, 2015 Registration for fall classes began: JUNE 3, 2014 Registration for winter 2015 classes began: SEPT. 30, 2014 Registration for spring 2015 classes begins: DEC. 9, 2014 Register online, by mail, touchtone phone or in person. STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTIONS BEGIN ON PAGE 86. Anatomy of a course listing: what do the codes and symbols mean? COURSE NUMBER COMPUTER COMPENTENCY LEVEL See page 46 CREDIT/ NONCREDIT SHARE See page 89 COURSE CORE OF KNOWLEDGE CHILD CARE TRAINING/TEACHER PROFESSIONAL DEVEOPMENT See pages 44 and 69 REAL ESTATE SALES PERSON LICENSURE RENEWAL CODE See page 68 COURSE TITLE COURSE DESCRIPTION PRECOREQUISITE COURSE NOTE SECTION NUMBER DAYS CLASS MEETS SECTION NOTE CPT 362 NEW CONTENT AREA: D CATEGORY A Computer Keyboarding Learn the fundamentals of keyboarding using touch typing on a computer. Develop speed and accuracy in operating a computer keyboard. Cover computer terms. Textbook information is available at AACC Bookstore. CEUs awarded. $114 includes $35 fee. Prerequisite: Macintosh O/S experience. Note: Some sections offered online. Offered in partnership with ed2go. Most materials supplied in class. CLASS START AND END TIME STARS NUMBER NUMBER OF SESSIONS Sec. 201 H67613H 3 sessions JOHN 100 TuTh 6-8:30 pm June 3-7 Corey Ward Note: No class Apr. 29. Sec. 202 H62314H July 8-Aug. 6 ONLINE PARTNER ONLN EDGO START AND END DATE ONLINE COURSE CONTINUING EDUCATION UNITS See page 89 BUILDING AND ROOM NUMBER INSTRUCTOR TUITION NOT WAIVED FOR SENIORS AND DISABLED RETIREES See page 88 FOR GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT NONCREDIT COURSES See pages

3 Where is my class? Location codes (and other abbreviations) AACC ARNOLD CAMPUS 101 College Parkway, Arnold, MD SEE CAMPUS MAP ON INSIDE BACK COVER ANXA Annex A ANXB Annex B CADE John A. Cade Center for Fine Arts CALT Center for Applied Learning and Technology CD CD-ROM CDC Child Development Center CORT Tennis Courts CRCS Careers Center DRGN Henry L. Dragun Science Building FLDS Siegert Field FLRS Thomas E. Florestano Sr. Allied Health and Public Services Building GYM David S. Jenkins Gymnasium HUM Humanities Building JOHN A. Cathryn Johnson Building LBRY Andrew G. Truxal Library MATH Math Building PARK Parking Lot PCPA Pascal Center for Performing Arts PLNT Plant POOL Olson Memorial Pool SCHZ Lila R. Schwartz Building SSVC Student Services Center SUN Student Union TOUR Tour departing from Arnold campus XOFF Off campus LIST OF SPRING 2015 OFF-CAMPUS LOCATIONS AAMC Anne Arundel Medical Center 2001 Medical Parkway Annapolis, MD AMIL Arundel Mills 7009 Arundel Mills Circle Hanover, MD ANNA Annapolis High School 2700 Riva Road Annapolis, MD CATN Center for Applied Technology North 800 Stevenson Road Severn, MD CATS Center for Applied Technology South 211 Central Ave. E. Edgewater, MD CCPT Center for Cyber and Professional Training 7556 Teague Road Hanover, MD EARL Earlbeck Gases and Technologies 8204 Pulaski Highway Baltimore, MD GBTC Glen Burnie Town Center 101 Crain Highway N. Glen Burnie, MD HCAT Hotel, Culinary Arts and Tourism Institute 7438 Gov. Ritchie Highway Glen Burnie, MD IEC IEC Chesapeake 8751 Freestate Drive Suite 250 Laurel, MD QWPA Quiet Waters Park 600 Quiet Waters Park Road Annapolis, MD NCHS North County High School 10 E. First Ave. Glen Burnie, MD SPGC Severna Park Golf Center 1257 Gov. Ritchie Highway Severna Park, MD SPHS Severna Park High School 60 Robinson Road Severna Park, MD TPBX Temple Boxing LLC 2129 Baldwin Ave. Crofton, MD WHEB Willow Oak Herb Farm 8109 Telegraph Road Severn, MD ONLINE CODES GO TO FOR INSTRUCTIONS ONLN Online CEXP Construction Experts Inc. EDGO EXPRS GATL GHWP Ed2Go Express Certification Gatlin Education Goodheart-Willcox Publisher GTEC HYBR JSPR LERN MKEDU Greenville Tech Hybrid John Spiers Learning Resources Network Inc. MK Education OLT PROTR WB WITS Online Training Inc. Protrain AACC Online Canvas World Instructor Training Schools STAY CONNECTED Use your personal AACC website myaacc.aacc.edu to register for classes; find your classroom; look up your grades; see college announcements; your instructors; and access the AACC Bookstore, Truxal Library and student clubs and organizations. 3

4 Did you know Early Intervention for Mental Illness AACC's continuing education offerings include personal enrichment, basic education, career training and professional certification. No application required! AACC Digital Badges: A New Way to Recognize Accomplishments AACC offers resources to help address the topic of mental health. "Mental Health First Aid" (TPC 354) is in-class training that teaches individuals how to assist people developing a mental illness or in a mental health crisis situation. This safety course reviews signs of addiction and mental illness, and provides an action plan to assess and manage a situation until professionals or responsible family members can intervene. To learn more about this certificate, visit For information on mental health as it relates to criminal justice, join in the Crime, Violence and Mental Illness 2015 Regional Conference hosted May 28 at AACC. Visit conferences/mentalillness.cfm for conference details. The School of Continuing Education and Workforce Development has launched an innovative, new digital badging program. It allows individuals who have completed noncredit training or certificates, or who have demonstrated specific knowledge and skill sets to display their credentials online and recognize their achievement by claiming a digital badge. Earning a digital badge shows employers, colleagues and friends that you are committed to your career and/or your area of specialty. Digital badges can be embedded into a résumé, s, personal websites and social and professional networking websites, including Facebook and LinkedIn. To find out more about the badges AACC offers, visit Cybersecurity Analysts Are In Demand Is it time to update or develop new cybersecurity analyst skills? AACC is partnering with OPS Consulting, a Hanover company specializing in intelligence and cyber analytics, to deliver innovative training. One of the newest initiatives is a noncredit Cyber Analyst Continuing Education Certificate. With the rapidly changing technologies and the dynamic nature of the cyber field, those interested in starting, returning or advancing their career must continuously update their skills. Take advantage of training that addresses the need for technical and analytical skills within the context of the cyber analyst job role. Learn how to register for cyber analyst training at analyst.cfm. If you are an employer with 10 or more employees interested in this training, contact Michael Volk, aacc.edu or , for pricing. s Geometry and Algebra Help for Students Preparing to take an algebra 1 or geometry final exam? Tackle those difficult math concepts head on! Whether you are in middle or high school, AACC has designed two intensive review courses to help master geometry and/or algebra 1. Each prep course meets two nights a week for three weeks to review and practice those tricky math concepts. Topics will vary depending on the students needs in the classroom. To get started, parents seeking support for their student can check out the courses on page 16 under the Kids in College section. College students taking pre-algebra or elementary algebra and geometry developmental courses can turn to page 30. These are just a few of our many offerings. Get inspired. 4

5 Continuing education events and important dates JANUARY Jan. 19 NO CLASSES Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day Jan. 19 MLK Memorial Breakfast 8 a.m. (doors open at 7:30 a.m.) David S. Jenkins Gymnasium, Arnold campus FEBRUARY Feb. 5 Hotel, Culinary Arts and Tourism Information Session 6-7:30 p.m. HCAT Institute, Glen Burnie Feb. 21 Kids in College/EXPLORE Summer Camp Open House 9-11 a.m. Center for Applied Learning and Technology Room 100, Arnold campus MARCH March 3 Summer noncredit registration begins, online registration is open March 5 Hotel, Culinary Arts and Tourism Information Session 6-7:30 p.m. Arnold campus, Humanities Building Room 214 March NO CLASSES Spring Break APRIL April 2 Hotel, Culinary Arts and Tourism Information Session 6-7:30 p.m. HCAT Institute, Glen Burnie MAY May 28 Crime, Violence and Mental Illness Conference 9 a.m.-3 p.m. May NO CLASSES Memorial Day Weekend, college closes at 4:30 p.m. May 22 For a full calendar of events visit Facebook f Logo CMYK /.eps Facebook f Logo CMYK /.eps Connect with AACC REGISTRATION INFORMATION

6 Personal Enrichment ART For information about continuing education art ccourses, shows and events, visit Art as Business ATS 310 Arts and Crafts as a Business Learn how to turn your arts and crafts hobby into a business. Examine your marketing niche, product branding, organizing and operating a business space, pricing, marketing plans, selling venues and how to tap the Internet. CEUs awarded. $100 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H40304H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Teri King Sec. 202 H40305H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Teri King Crafts ATS 314 Mosaic Table Top Examine mosaic technique. Design and create a small table top or wall art using tesserae or tile squares. $163+ includes $22 fee. Note: Instructor will discuss tile purchase at first class. Table base not supplied but resources will be discussed. Sec. 201 H40319H 6 sessions Arnold campus W 6:30-9 pm April 15-May 20 Katie Leonard ATS 372 NEW Introduction to Fused Glass Explore and outline the fused glass process and create sun catcher and night light designs. Discuss glass qualities focusing on color combinations and stacking techniques. Practice cutting, fused glass design and assemblage. $62 includes $32 fee. Note: Projects will be fired after class. Students must make arrangements for pickup. Sec. 201 H40669H 1 session Arnold campus Sa 9:30 am-noon May 2 Daborah Hines Drawing ARS 376 Drawing Fundamentals Unlock creativity and develop the power of perception. Learn to draw from life. Use a variety of media including charcoal, pastel and conte. Work from still life. Enrollment limit: 12. $141 includes $27 fee. Note: Basic drawing supplies furnished for first class. Instructor will discuss additional supplies at first class. Sec. 201 H40242H 8 sessions Arnold campus W 6:30-9 pm April 8-May 27 Candy Bigelow ARS 310 Effective Color Pencil Technique Discover the luminous beauty and colorful effects possible using color pencils, a nontoxic, highly portable medium ideal for travelers. Enhance your artistic expression by learning drawing, application techniques and tools to bring a picture to life. Beginners to advanced students welcome. Enrollment limit: 15. $137 includes $22 fee. Note: Most materials supplied in class. Instructor will discuss additional supply list at first class. Sec. 201 H40234H 5 sessions Arnold campus Th 6:30-9 pm April 16-May 14 Deb Boudra DLC 311 Drawing for the Absolute Beginner Gain a solid foundation and understanding of drawing basics. Discover materials, set up procedures, lighting and rendering techniques, and design and layout methods. $100 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H40412H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Chad Walker Sec. 202 H40413H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Chad Walker Jewelry and Stained Glass For information regarding a continuing education certificate in Beginning Jewelry Design, see pages ATS 349 Try It: Stained Glass Experience working with stained glass for the first time. Gain an appreciation and understanding of the materials by completing a small project. Receive lecture, demonstration and guidance. Enrollment limit: 12. $117 includes $45 fee. Note: All materials provided. Bring notebook and pen/pencil to class. Sec. 201 H40449H 2 sessions Arnold campus M 6:30-9:30 pm April Deborah Matott CFT 373 Beaded Accessories Add some glitter to your wardrobe with head bands, barrettes, hair pins and clips you make using semiprecious stones and crystals. Enrollment limit: 10. $81 includes $22 fee. Sec. 201 H40675H 2 sessions Arnold campus Tu 6:30-9 pm April Katie McCarthy-Quiroz CFT 305 Precious Metal Clay Learn to make jewelry from an organic clay material that becomes pure bronze and/or copper when kiln fired. Create and fire a small pendant in class. Enrollment limit: 7. $109 includes $37 fee. Note: All materials provided. Instructor selects project. Bring a bag lunch. Sec. 201 H40670H 1 session Arnold campus Sa 9:30 am-3:30 pm April 18 Janice Colvin WNI 306 NEW Jewelry History and Design Explore the history of jewelry design with a focus on one type of jewelry. Examine symbolism, function and construction technique. Use similar skills to create a unique interpretation of jewelry. $52 includes $22 fee. Note: Topic will be Prayer Beads of India, Nepal and Tibet. Supplies provided. Sec. 201 H40838H 1 session Arnold campus M 6-9 pm April 20 Marghi Barnes CFT 357 Fuse-Glass Jewelry Craft a pendant, pin or fob with fine art glass, also called dichroic or fused glass. Learn how to score, cut and layer a small piece and fire it in a kiln. Complete two pieces. Enrollment limit: 8. $92 includes $32 fee. Note: All supplies provided. Bring protective goggles or safety glasses and a bag lunch. Sec. 201 H40672H 1 session Arnold campus Sa 9 am-2 pm April 25 Sandra Garber CFT 356 Wire-Wrapped Jewelry Discover how to craft wire jewelry using different types and gauges of wire. Learn how to choose tools and wires for creating or repairing pendants, earrings, bracelets and necklaces. Enrollment limit: 12. $152 includes $32 fee. Note: Instructor selects project and provides materials. Sec. 201 H40671H 4 sessions Arnold campus Tu 6:30-9 pm April 28-May 19 Katie McCarthy-Quiroz ARS 392 Stained Glass: Level 1 Learn the basic copper foil method for constructing a stained glass panel. Explore selecting and cutting glass, transferring patterns, soldering, framing and working with chemicals and hand tools. Enrollment limit: 10. $185 includes $22 fee. Note: Full attendance strongly recommended. After registering call for supply list. Anticipate glass/equipment supplies costing approximately $225. Sec. 201 H40248H 7 sessions Arnold campus M 6:30-9 pm April 27-June 15 Deborah Matott Painting ATS 312 Watercolor Basics: You Can Do It Learn watercolor basics using a step-by-step approach. Explore the tools of the trade, paint application, using the white of the paper, brush handling, color mixing and various textural effects. Enrollment limit: 12. $213 includes $14 fee. Note: Instructor will contact students to discuss supply list. Sec. 201 H40306H 7 sessions ANNA W 6-9 pm April 8-May 20 Jane Green ATS 309 Oil Painting: Easy and Fast Complete an oil painting in just three hours. Learn about the basics of painting in a workshop that will develop skills and confidence. Enrollment limit: 14. $71 includes $35 fee. Note: All materials supplied in class. No painting experience necessary. Sec. 201 H40303H 1 session Arnold campus Su 10 am-1:15 pm April 26 Carolyn Councell 6

7 ART BOATING CAREER EXPLORATION DANCE ATS 368 NEW Introduction to Chinese Brush Painting Discover the philosophy and practice of Chinese brush painting. Explore styles and shared underlying core elements. Identify unique tools used for brush painting, four basic strokes and then practice skills in class. $68 includes $32 fee. Sec. 201 H40453H 1 session Arnold campus Sa 10 am-1 pm May 2 Mei Yu Green BOATING Learn more about AACC s boating safety and recreational courses at HTH 345 Maryland Basic Boating Cover types of vessels and their safe operation. Discuss state and federal regulations, weather and types of waterways. CEUs awarded. $72 includes textbook and $7 fee. Note: Meets the Maryland Boating Safety Education certification requirement for individuals born after Minimum age of students is 12 years old. Students years of age must be accompanied by a registered adult. Sec. 201 H40957H 3 sessions Arnold campus TuTh 6-9:15 pm April Michael Finelli Sec. 202 H40958H 3 sessions Arnold campus TuTh 6-9:15 pm May Mary Smither Sa 9 am-12:15 pm CAREER EXPLORATION See related courses under Health Care, pages HIC 536 NEW Explore a Career in Nursing Learn what it takes to become an LPN or RN. Discover the opportunities available in the nursing field. CEUs awarded. $116 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H39588H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Phyllis Suhr Sec. 202 H39592H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Phyllis Suhr HNS 511 NEW Explore a Career in Medical Writing Gain the foundation to work as a medical writer, whether as permanent employment with a company or as a freelancer. $116 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H39875H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Cyndie Koopsen Sec. 202 H39931H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Cyndie Koopsen HTH 575 Become an Optical Assistant Discover the personal and professional skills needed to work in the optical assisting field. Learn about frames, styles, lenses and contact lenses and understand common eye conditions. Find out how to prepare for certification or licensing. $116 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H39987H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Beverly Smith Sec. 202 H39989H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Beverly Smith HTH 587 Explore A Career in Medical Coding Take your first step toward a career as a medical coder. Learn how to use the Coding Procedural Terminology (CPT) Manual and the ICD-9-CM to find medical codes for any disease, condition, treatment or surgical procedure. $116 includes $72 fee. Call for textbook information. Sec. 201 H39991H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Jennifer Della zanna Sec. 202 H39992H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Jennifer Della zanna HTH 588 Explore a Career in Medical Transcription Take your first step toward a career as a medical transcriptionist. Learn how to transcribe the most common medical reports used in both inpatient and outpatient settings. $116 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H39993H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Jennifer Della zanna Sec. 202 H39994H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Jennifer Della zanna HTH 589 Explore a Career as an Administrative Medical Assistant Learn all about the in-demand career of medical information management as you explore the job of an administrative medical assistant in a doctor s office, from appointment scheduling and chart creation to medical billing and coding. $116 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H39995H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Carline Dalgleish Sec. 202 H39996H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Carline Dalgleish PET 316 Start a Pet Sitting Business Learn the essentials of starting a pet sitting business including basic dog and cat nutrition, exercise, first aid and how to handle home visits. Explore finances, start-up costs, accounting, fee-setting, business plans and low-cost marketing. $100 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H40656H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Jeff Grognet Sec. 202 H40657H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Jeff Grognet DANCE Learn more about dance at AACC. Visit Individual Dance DNC 311 Embody Barre Combine ballet bar core exercises with ballet and modern dance moves for body shaping results. Increase flexibility, strengthen your core and improve posture. $87 includes $7 fee. Note: No dance experience required. Sec. 201 H40512H 7 sessions Arnold campus M 6-7 pm April 6-May 18 DNC 312 Line Dancing Learn the circle, contra, partner and other line dances to the beat of country and blues music. $87 includes $7 fee. Sec. 201 H40513H 6 sessions Arnold campus M 7-8:30 pm April 6-May 11 Mary McCormick DNC 323 NEW Hip Hop Conditioning Experience a hip hop-based dance class focused on fitness. Learn strength training and technique with this funky style of dance. $67 includes $7 fee. Note: Some previous hip hop experience is helpful, but not required. Wear loose, comfortable clothing. Sec. 201 H40535H 6 sessions Arnold campus Tu 6-7 pm April 7-May 12 Jessica Michaels DNC 310 Hip Hop Learn the funky style of street dancing to popular music. Master a variety of steps. All levels welcome. $67 includes $7 fee. Note: Wear loose, comfortable clothing. Sec. 201 H40510H 6 sessions Arnold campus Tu 7-8 pm April 7-May 12 Beni Davis Social Dance DNC 318 Basic Dances for Wedding Receptions Dance with confidence at weddings and other formal events. Learn the foxtrot and cha-cha. Instructor welcomes entire wedding parties as well as individuals and fathers of the bride. $67 includes $7 fee. Sec. 201 H40522H 6 sessions Arnold campus M 6:45-7:45 pm March 23-April 27 Alex Jimenez DNC 307 Swing Dance Learn the basic footwork, patterns and repertoire of swing as well as lead and follow techniques. Dance to all tempos of swing, rhythm and blues, and early rock n roll music from the 50s, 60s and 70s. $67 includes $7 fee. Sec. 201 H40499H 6 sessions Arnold campus M 7:50-8:50 pm March 23-April 27 Alex Jimenez DNC 305 Basic Social Dance Learn to dance to different social dance rhythms including the foxtrot, tango, salsa and swing. $67 includes $7 fee. Sec. 201 H40498H 6 sessions SPHS Tu 6:45-7:45 pm March 24-April 28 Alex Jimenez DNC 314 Argentine Tango Combine basic steps with the rhythm of the music to dance the emotional style of the Argentine tango. All levels welcome. $67 includes $7 fee. Sec. 201 H40515H 6 sessions SPHS Tu 7:50-8:50 pm March 24-April 28 Alex Jimenez DNC 319 Bollywood Learn the dance style popularized in movies from Northern India. Practice Indian classical and folk dances fused with contemporary elements of jazz, hip-hop, Arabic and Latin dance. $67 includes $7 fees. Sec. 201 H40525H 6 sessions Arnold campus Th 7:15-8:15 pm April 2-May 7 Mary Krause Personal Enrichment REGISTRATION INFORMATION

8 DANCE DRIVER EDUCATION EXPLORE FAMILY TIME FINANCIAL PLANNING Personal Enrichment DNC 315 Social Dance Workshop Learn and practice the smooth movements of the foxtrot, tango, salsa and swing. $57 includes $7 fee. Sec. 201 H40517H 1 session Arnold campus Sa 10:30 am-4 pm April 11 Deborah Washington DNC 316 Swing Dance Workshop Learn and practice the basic steps as well as tricks of East Coast Swing, West Coast Swing and the Lindy Hop. $37 includes $7 fee. Sec. 201 H40520H 1 session Arnold campus Sa 10:30 am-2 pm May 2 Deborah Washington DNC 308 Social Dance 2 Solidify and improve upon the techniques and dance steps from Basic Social Dance (DNC 305). $67 includes $7 fee. Prerequisite: DNC 305 Basic Social Dance or previous dance experience. Sec. 201 H40502H 6 sessions Arnold campus M 6:45-7:45 pm May 11-June 22 Alex Jimenez DNC 309 Swing 2 Enhance your swing repertoire with new wraps, arm movements and dips. $67 includes $7 fee. Prerequisite: DNC 307 Swing Dance or previous dance experience. Sec. 201 H40503H 6 sessions Arnold campus M 7:50-8:50 pm May 11-June 22 Alex Jimenez DRIVER EDUCATION Become a safe, smart and confident driver with DRV 505 or KDS 843 taught by Elite Driving School, a driver education school licensed and certified by the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration. Students between the age of 15 years 9 months and 16 years old register for KDS 843. Students 16 years and older register for DRV 505. For information visit DRV 505 Driver Education Develop a working knowledge of Maryland traffic rules and procedures for operating a vehicle. Learn and practice space management and vehicle maneuvering skills in all traffic situations. Explore the factors affecting vehicle control and driver performance. Required for all persons (regardless of age) who want to obtain a Maryland driver s license. Includes 30 hours of classroom instruction and six hours of behindthe-wheel practice. $400 includes $332 fee. Note: Students must be 16 years of age or older to register. Offered in partnership with Elite Driving School. Sec. 201 H40939H 11 sessions GBTC M 6-7:30 pm April 6 Muhammad Khan MTuWTh 6-9:15 pm April 7-21 W 6-7:30 pm April 22 Sec. 202 H40941H 11 sessions Arnold campus M 6-7:30 pm May 4 Muhammad Khan MTuWTh 6-9:15 pm May 5-19 W 6-7:30 pm May 20 KDS 843 Driver Education Youth Develop a working knowledge of Maryland traffic rules and procedures for operating a vehicle. Learn and practice space management and vehicle maneuvering skills in all traffic situations. Explore the factors affecting vehicle control and driver performance. Required for all persons (regardless of age) who want to obtain a Maryland driver s license. Includes 30 hours of classroom instruction and six hours of behindthe-wheel practice. $400 includes $332 fee. Note: Students must be 15 years 9 months or older to register. Offered in partnership with Elite Driving School. Sec. 201 H40940H 11 sessions GBTC M 6-7:30 pm April 6 Muhammad Khan MTuWTh 6-9:15 pm April 7-21 W 6-7:30 pm April 22 Sec. 202 H40945H 1 sessions Arnold campus M 6-7 pm May 4 Muhammad Khan MTuWTh 6-9:15 pm May 5-19 W 6-7:30 pm May 20 EXPLORE EXPLORE and Middle School Scholars are partnership programs between AACC and Anne Arundel County Public Schools (AACPS). EXPLORE classes are for elementary school-aged students identified as gifted and talented by AACPS. Middle School Scholar classes are for middle school-aged students. To find out if your child qualifies, contact AACPS Gifted and Talented Development Office at For information about EXPLORE and other youth courses visit the Kids in College website at Kindergarten TGT 858 Forest Homes Learn what animals need to survive. Explore habitats in the forest, underground and in a pond. $44 includes $12 fee. Sec. 201 H39946H 3 sessions Arnold campus Sa 9:30-11 am April Grades 1-2 GTE 825 Lego Engineering Basics: Vehicle Design Explore the concepts and vocabulary of vehicle design and engineering through Lego bricks. From cars to tanks or helicopters and planes, discover diverse and innovative solutions to a variety of design challenges. $82 includes $12 fee. Note: Offered in partnership with Play-Well TEKnologies. Sec. 201 H39933H 3 sessions Arnold campus Sa 9-10:30 am April TGT 820 ABC Science: Apples, Bubbles and Crystals Perform a variety of simple science experiments as you learn the scientific explanations behind these activities. $40 includes $14 fee. Sec. 201 H39945H 2 sessions Arnold campus Sa 9-10:45 am April Melanie Whay Grades 4-5 TGT 862 Egg Drop Vehicles Design a vehicle that will safely deliver an egg from a second story to the ground. Learn the basics of design and construction and how to increase drag and shock absorption. Test your vehicle. $40 includes $12 fee. Sec. 201 H39948H 2 sessions Arnold campus Sa 9:30-11:30 am April GTE 825 Lego Engineering Basics: Vehicle Design Explore the concepts and vocabulary of vehicle design and engineering through Lego bricks. From cars to tanks or helicopters and planes, discover diverse and innovative solutions to a variety of design challenges. $82 includes $12 fee. Note: Offered in partnership with Play-Well TEKnologies. Sec. 202 H39935H 3 sessions Arnold campus Sa 11 am-12:30 pm April FAMILY TIME INTERGENERATIONAL These intergenerational courses offer an excellent way to acquire knowledge and build relationships. Both an adult and child must register for face-to-face and online courses. For youth-only classes see EXPLORE beginning on page 8 and Kids in College on page 16 or visit FAM 547 Study Algebra Online Discover algebra s relevance to everyday life. Become skilled at solving a variety of problems and get ahead by learning the basics of algebra before classes begin. $100 includes $72 fee. For children in grade 6 or older monitored by an adult. Sec. 201 H40467H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Sharon Daniels Sec. 202 H40468H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Sharon Daniels FINANCIAL PLANNING Learn more about personal investing, budgeting and retirement planning. Visit Personal Finance FNE 311 Basics of Investing Learn what you need to know before purchasing a stock, bond or mutual fund. Examine some common myths about investing. Discover how to develop a plan to meet any financial goal. $42 includes $12 fee. Note: Instructors do not provide advice on specific investments and neither the instructor nor AACC is responsible for students personal investments. Sec. 201 H40594H 2 sessions Arnold campus Tu 7-9 pm April 28-May 5 Mark Beedenbender 8

9 FINANCIAL PLANNING See page 16 for KIDS IN COLLEGE courses in Academic Success, Art,Culinary, Kindermusik, Literature, Science and World Languages. LFS 315 Managing the Social Security Maze Learn how to complete a Social Security application, determine benefits and make informed decisions about Social Security. Study Medicare and Medicaid, disability under Social Security and the Supplemental Security Income program. $37 includes $30 fee. Note: Online course. Offered in partnership with OnLine Training. Instructors do not provide advice on specific investments and neither the instructor nor AACC is responsible for students personal investments. Sec. 201 H39669H April ONLN OLT Sec. 202 H39670H May 13-July 3 ONLN OLT Stocks and Bonds Personal Enrichment DLC 330 Keys to Successful Money Management Learn about the broad array of investment choices available. Discover the various ways to acquire and accumulate cash and real property. Discuss the tax implications of investment decisions. $100 includes $72 fee. Instructors do not provide advice on specific investments and neither the instructor nor AACC is responsible for students personal investments. Sec. 201 H40459H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Kirsten Iseminger Sec. 202 H40460H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Kirsten Iseminger FNE 318 Personal Finance Learn to plan and manage your personal finances. Gain control over the financial impact of your choices. Learn to create and use a budget, borrow and invest wisely, and plan for your financial future. $100 includes $72 fee. Instructors do not provide advice on specific investments and neither the instructor nor AACC is responsible for students personal investments. Sec. 201 H40526H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Gail Perry Sec. 202 H40531H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Gail Perry FNC 387 Where Does All My Money Go? Determine where your money goes. Find out how to tackle your debt and make conscious decisions about spending and saving. Learn how to fund your future dreams. $100 includes $72 fee. Instructors do not provide advice on specific investments and neither the instructor nor AACC is responsible for students personal investments. Sec. 201 H40469H April 20-June 5 ONLN EDGO Susan Price-Batting Sec. 202 H40470H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Susan Price-Batting Retirement FIN 395 Trusts and Estate Planning Keep more of your money for yourself and your family through better estate planning. Examine tax and trust laws, wills, trusts and estates, health-care proxies and life and disability insurance. Discuss power of attorney and techniques to avoid probate and accomplish family goals while eliminating estate taxes. $96 includes $47 fee. Note: Instructors do not provide advice on specific investments and neither the instructor nor AACC is responsible for students personal investments. Sec. 201 H40559H 6 sessions Arnold campus Th 7-9 pm April 2-May 7 Lindsey Duvall FNC 374 IRA and 401(k) Distribution Options Unscramble these complex options so you don t lose up to 70 percent of money in taxes. Learn the pros and cons of IRS-allowed payout options. Discover why beneficiary designations are crucial, why planning must begin before age 70½ and how to make your IRAs continue tax deferred decades after your death. Discussion will include the new conversion law. $40 includes $12 fee. Note: Instructors do not provide advice on specific investments and neither the instructor nor AACC is responsible for students personal investments. Sec. 201 H40592H 1 session AMIL Sa 9 am-1 pm April 11 Roger Desai FNC 357 Financial Strategies for Successful Retirement Learn to control your financial destiny. Discuss ways to generate steady retirement income, maximize investment returns, protect assets, minimize income taxes and reduce estate taxes. $82 includes $12 fee. Note: Instructors do not provide advice on specific investments and neither the instructor nor AACC is responsible for students personal investments. Sec. 201 H40563H 4 sessions Arnold campus TuTh 6:30-9 pm April Robert Clark LFS 327 Navigating Medicare and Medicaid Examine Medicare and Medicaid programs including various choices, options and change taking place to make programs sustainable. Learn how to navigate Medicare and Medicaid websites for important information. $47 includes $17 fee. Note: Bring a bag lunch. Instructors do not provide advice on specific investments and neither the instructor nor AACC is responsible for students personal investments. Sec. 201 H39675H 1 session Arnold campus Sa 10 am-2 pm April 25 Ronald Deacon FIN 370 Stock Market Basics Learn terminology and stock market fundamentals such as the Dow Jones Industrial Average and how to read financial columns. Discuss stocks, municipal bonds, mutual funds and other investment options. Instruction is nontechnical. Enrollment limit: 15. $68 includes $12 fee. Note: Instructors do not provide advice on specific investments and neither the instructor nor AACC is responsible for students personal investments. Sec. 201 H40551H 4 sessions Arnold campus MW 7-9 pm May 4-13 Melissa Frawley FNE 317 Stocks, Bonds and Investing: Oh My! Learn how to manage personal finances, make wise investment decisions and prepare adequately for the future. $100 includes $72 fee. Instructors do not provide advice on specific investments and neither the instructor nor AACC is responsible for students personal investments. Sec. 201 H40519H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Aaron Clarey Sec. 202 H40521H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Aaron Clarey FNE 319 The Analysis and Valuation of Stocks Learn how to research and value stocks. Find out how to read financial statements and calculate financial ratios. Explore industrial comparisons and pricing techniques. $100 includes $72 fee. Instructors do not provide advice on specific investments and neither the instructor nor AACC is responsible for students personal investments. Sec. 201 H40534H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Aaron Clarey Sec. 202 H40544H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Aaron Clarey FNE 320 Introduction to Stock Options Learn how to evaluate, buy, sell and profit from stocks by using professional-caliber investment tools. Discover how to protect your portfolio and profit in down, up or even flat markets. $100 includes $72 fee. Instructors do not provide advice on specific investments and neither the instructor nor AACC is responsible for students personal investments. Sec. 201 H40547H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Mark Quinn Sec. 202 H40549H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Mark Quinn REGISTRATION INFORMATION

10 Personal Enrichment FISHING AHC 362 Chesapeake Bay Fishing Cover the basics of fresh and saltwater fishing. Discuss bait fishing, lure fishing with spin and casting tackles, and fly fishing. Learn about rigging baits, fish fighting and landing techniques, tackle maintenance and angling resources. $67 includes $17 fee. Note: Bring a rod and reel for the hands-on part of class. Bring a bag lunch. Sec. 201 H40389H 1 session Arnold campus Sa 9 am-3:30 pm May 2 Dennis Doyle FITNESS For information about AACC s fitness and recreation courses visit For fitness certification in the career and certification section, page 56. Aquatic Fitness AHL 371 Swimming for Fitness Practice speed drills and improve endurance through this masters-type swim program. Includes stroke work and strength building exercises as necessary. $157 includes $23 fee. Prerequisite: Student must be able to swim continuously for 15 minutes using one or combination of free style, back stroke or breast stroke or have instructor s permission. Sec. 201 H40485H 20 sessions Arnold campus MWF 6-6:50 am April 1-May 15 Susan Mainhart HTH 395 Arthritis Aquatic Therapy Designed for students limited by impaired joint motion or strength. Practice exercises designed to improve muscle strength, coordination, endurance and ability to perform daily tasks. $61 includes $32 fee. Sec. 201 H40607H 15 sessions Arnold campus MWF 11-11:50 am April 13-May 15 John Quasney Evelyn Rubel, Phyllis Farrell Sec. 202 H40608H 15 sessions Arnold campus MWF 11-11:50 am May 18-June 22 John Quasney Evelyn Rubel, Phyllis Farrell Group Exercise AHC 366 Power Pump Strengthen major muscle groups during this 60-minute barbell class. Focus on light weights and high repetitions in a motivating group environment. Burn fat and tone muscle with squats, lunges, curls and presses. Power Pump is for all ages and ability levels. $70 includes $7 fee. Sec. 201 H40390H 7 sessions Arnold campus Th 6-7 pm April 2-May 14 Mary Krause AHC 372 Self-Defense Learn basic self-defense moves from a black belt in karate. $60 includes $7 fee. Sec. 201 H40395H 6 sessions Arnold campus Th 7-8 pm April 2-May 7 Isaac Patient FISHING FITNESS AHC 359 Embody Barre Combine ballet bar core exercises with ballet and modern dance moves for body shaping results. Increase flexibility, strengthen your core and improve posture. $87 includes $7 fee. Sec. 201 H40386H 7 sessions Arnold campus M 6-7 pm April 6-May 18 AHC 349 Zumba Fuse Latin rhythms with easy to follow moves as you learn Zumba fitness. Gain insights into the long-term benefits of this calorie-burning, body-energizing exercise program. $70 includes $7 fee. Sec. 201 H40379H 7 sessions Arnold campus W 7:15-8:15 pm April 8-May 20 Fabiola Forste AHC 335 Basic Boot Camp Experience a calisthenics-based fitness program. Practice simple but profoundly effective exercises. Little or no equipment is needed. Designed for those who need motivation to start and continue a fitness lifestyle. $79 includes $7 fee. Sec. 201 H40375H 8 sessions Arnold campus M 6-7 pm April 13-June 8 Melanie Tucker AHC 356 Butts and Guts Work out your lower body with a focus on burning fat and toning muscles. $79 includes $7 fee. Sec. 201 H40382H 8 sessions Arnold campus M 7-8 pm April 13-June 8 Melanie Tucker AHC 346 Aerobics Improve your cardiovascular system and tone muscles through dance aerobics. Gain strength and flexibility using hand weights with floor work. $97 includes $7 fee. Sec. 201 H40376H 10 sessions Arnold campus TuTh 8:30-9:30 am April 21-May 21 Judith Schummer Tai Chi HLH 344 Morning Tai Chi Hone movements that focus on relaxation, stress reduction, balance and coordination. $79 includes $7 fee. Note: Geared toward adults age 60 and older. Sec. 201 H40604H 14 sessions Arnold campus MW 9-10:15 am April 1-May 18 Sean Martial Yoga AHC 376 Yoga for Arthritis Learn gentle postures that increase flexibility and promote joint relief. Understand how yoga exercise, nutrition and relaxation can help to alleviate the discomfort of arthritis. $74 includes $7 fee. Sec. 201 H40396H 6 sessions Arnold campus W 1-2:15 pm April 1-May 6 Sharon Harty HLH 345 Morning Yoga Experience the softer side of yoga. Focus on relaxation and stretching. $55 includes $7 fee. Note: Geared toward adults age 60 and older. Bring your own yoga mat. Sec. 201 H40606H 14 sessions Arnold campus MW 9-9:50 am April 1-May 18 Lynda Ells ATC 381 Gentle Yoga Experience the softer side of yoga, with an emphasis on relaxation and stretching. Great for beginners. $79 includes $7 fee. Note: Bring your own yoga mat. Sec. 201 H40497H 6 sessions Arnold campus Th 6-7 pm April 9-May 14 Christine Kelley ATC 380 Yoga Tone Safely stretch and tone your body while you release the tension and stress of daily life. Combines yoga and Pilates methods. $79 includes $7 fee. Note: Bring your own yoga mat. Sec. 201 H40496H 6 sessions Arnold campus Tu 6-7 pm April 7-May 12 Kirsten Meister COA 364 Better Balance Workshop Learn how to activate the body muscles that keep you moving and upright. Explore techniques to improve your posture. $27 includes $7 fee. Note: LifeStages course designed for students midlife and beyond. Sec. 201 H39663H 1 session Arnold campus W 6-8 pm April 15 Sharon Harty AHC 377 Yoga for Back Care Learn yoga positions that help relieve back pain and bring the spine back into its natural alignment. Strengthen and stretch the lower back muscles. $52 includes $7 fee. Sec. 201 H40398H 4 sessions Arnold campus W 6-7:15 pm April 22-May 13 Pamela Blum AHC 306 Yoga for Relaxation Learn to use yoga to relieve stress and bring vibrancy into your life. Gain practical tips for relaxing anywhere, anytime. Increase your flexibility. Experience the benefits of quieting the mind and rejuvenating the body. $70 includes $7 fee. Sec. 201 H40366H 8 sessions Arnold campus MW 9-9:50 am May 20-June 17 Lynda Ells 10

11 FOOD AND CULINARY Visit for information about AACC s Hotel, Culinary Arts and Tourism information sessions and upcoming events. For information about courses for hospitality and culinary professionals, see page 61, in the careers and certifications section. Disclaimer: Because the kitchens and recipes used in AACC culinary classes may contain ingredients or other substances which could cause allergic reactions in some individuals, AACC cannot be and is not responsible for any allergic reaction(s) one may incur as a result of participating in any of our culinary classes. Anne Arundel Community College does not assume any liability or responsibility for any allergic and/or adverse reactions to food touched or consumed or substances or items one may come into contact with while participating in culinary classes. Cooking Demonstrations CLN 329 A Taste of the Middle East Experience the flavors, aroma and taste of Middle Eastern cooking. Combine fresh vegetables, dried fruits, spices and herbs with chicken, lamb and seafood to produce incredibly simple and flavorful dishes. $67 includes $31 fee. Note: Chef demonstration and tasting. Sec. 201 H40238H 1 session HCAT 112 F 6:30-9:30 pm April 3 Linda Elliott GME 340 Thai Cuisine Explore the new in cuisine the cooking of Thailand. Enjoy spices from Phuket and aromas from Chiang Mai as you learn about and try simple, spicy Thai dishes. $67 includes $31 fee. Note: Chef demonstration and tasting. Sec. 201 H40358H 1 session HCAT 112 Sa 11 am-2 pm April 11 Linda Elliott CUI 364 International Appetizers Learn to prepare an international collection of easy and elegant appetizers. Find out how appetizers from different cuisines can be served for a new look for special entertaining. Sample your own creations. $67 includes $31 fee. Note: Chef demonstration and tasting. Sec. 201 H40347H 1 session HUM 207 F 6:30-9:30 pm May 15 Cheryl Ignaczak CUI 398 Mediterranean Cuisine Explore southern European cooking. Understand the various health benefits from the Mediterranean food pyramid. Observe cooking demonstrations and gain ideas for keeping cooking simple and nutritious but also making it impressive. $67 includes $31 fee. Note: Chef demonstration and tasting. Sec. 201 H40350H 1 session HCAT 112 F 6:30-9:30 pm May 15 Linda Elliott FOOD AND CULINARY CLN 324 Bee Keeping 101 Discover how to start a honey bee hive. Learn about types of bees, their role in modern agriculture, hive structure, honey production and extraction. Visit live hives and attend a honey tasting. $67 includes $31 fee. Note: Students will visit the hives. Wear long pants and closed-toe shoes. Sec. 201 H40235H 1 session HUM 214 Sa 10 am-1 pm May 16 David Ludwig Virginia Olson COO 343 Cooking on the Go: Tricks for Boat and Camp Cooking Learn techniques and pointers to set up a kitchen away from home, from a boat galley to a campfire. Discover practical tips on equipment, provisioning and food preservation. $67 includes $31 fee. Note: Chef demonstration and tasting. Sec. 201 H40277H 1 session HCAT 112 F 6:30-9:30 pm May 29 Linda Elliott COO 325 Luscious Low-Fat, Lightning-Quick Meals Become a food and nutrition expert with the guidance of a registered dietitian. Learn how to reduce fat in your cooking without sacrificing flavor or texture. $116 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H40269H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Donna Acosta Sec. 202 H40272H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Donna Acosta Culinary Tours CLN 333 Patuxent Wine Trail Tour three wineries with a Maryland wine expert. Study how the unique features of each affect the final bottled product. Learn each winery s winemaking approach and sample several wines at each location. $87 includes $42 fee. Note: Must be age 21 or older to enroll. A boxed lunch will be provided. Meet at 9 a.m. in Parking Lot B, Arnold campus. Sec. 201 H40239H 1 session TOUR Sa 9:30 am-6:30 pm May 9 Mary Mulvihill Entertaining and Lifestyle GME 327 Secrets of the Caterer Translate your love of cooking and planning parties into a profitable and reputable catering business. Gather insights, tricks of the trade and many delicious catering recipes. $116 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H40356H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Dawn Simmons Sec. 202 H40357H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Dawn Simmons Hands on Cooking GME 384 Pacific Rim Fusion Learn the popular cuisine that marries Asian, American and Latin flavors in easy-to-prepare dishes. $67 includes $31 fee. Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. Sec. 201 H40359H 1 session HUM 207 F 6:30-9:30 pm April 3 Edmund Tyler COO 346 Spring Tapas Prepare seasonal tapas using fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Learn to work with classic ingredients from Spain including saffron, paprika, garlic, peppers and chorizo! Discover the secrets of traditional Spanish cuisine to create memorable dishes for family and friends. $67 includes $31 fee. Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. Sec. 201 H40280H 1 session HUM 207 W 6:30-9:30 pm April 8 Diane Fantone CLI 316 All About Rice Krispy Treats Expand your horizons beyond this traditional all-time favorite dessert. Learn new flavor combinations and how to incorporate this no-bake recipe for holiday preparations. $58 includes $22 fee. Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. Sec. 201 H40213H 1 session HUM 218 F 6:30-9:30 pm April 10 Christine Romans CLN 328 Hands-on Knife Skills Learn how to properly use a variety of knives. Practice standard cuts as well as more advanced techniques. Learn to slice, dice and chop in the safest and most efficient way. $58 includes $22 fee. Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. Sec. 201 H40237H 1 session HUM 207 F 6:30-9:30 pm April 10 Cheryl Ignaczak CUL 321 Cooking for Couples Explore a fun, fast and efficient way of preparing wonderful meals with a partner. Prepare and enjoy soups, appetizers, entrees, side dishes and desserts. $127 includes $55 fee. Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. Sec. 201 H40351H 2 sessions HUM 207 Sa 6:30-9:30 pm April Edmund Tyler COO 399 The Art of Puff Pastry Learn to make this versatile multilayered pastry. Create classic dishes including appetizers, entrees, desserts and vols-auvent, round, hollow cases with savory or sweet fillings. $90 includes $30 fee. Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. Sec. 201 H40345H 1 session HUM 218 Su 10 am-3 pm April 12 Linda Elliott GME 395 Sweet and Savory Crepes Perfect the art of making sweet, savory and buckwheat crepes. Create a menu of assorted savory appetizer rolls and fruit crepes. $67 includes $31 fee. Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. Sec. 201 H40360H 1 session HUM 207 W 6:30-9:30 pm April 15 Karen Koch CLN 386 Asian BBQ Bring the rich flavors of Asia to your home grill. Utilize marinades, glazes and sauces to enhance your barbecue repertoire. $67 includes $31 fee. Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. Sec. 201 H40246H 1 session HCAT 112 F 6:30-9:30 pm April 17 Linda Elliott Personal Enrichment REGISTRATION INFORMATION

12 FOOD AND CULINARY Personal Enrichment CLN 363 Classic French Macaroons Learn to prepare perfectly round macaroons and rich creamy fillings. $67 includes $31 fee. Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. Sec. 201 H40243H 1 session HUM 218 F 6:30-9:30 pm April 17 CLN 392 Vegan Around The Clock Plan an entire day of vegan meals and snacks using the Power Plate model of fruits, vegetables, grains and legumes. Explore some of the health benefits of a plant-based diet. Discover how vegan food can be great for everyone. $67 includes $31 fee. Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. Sec. 201 H40256H 1 session HUM 207 Sa 1-4 pm April 18 Melissa Tillett GME 319 Introduction to Artisan Bread Baking Learn bread-baking techniques by mixing, kneading, shaping and baking. Make savory and golden loaves of bread and enjoy a selection of artisan breads from a talented chef. $70 includes $22 fee. Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. Sec. 201 H40354H 1 session HUM 218 Su 10 am-2 pm April 26 Virginia Olson CUI 313 Spring Sizzle Learn delightful creations with easy-to-find ingredients and simple preparations. Prepare a variety of menus featuring seasonal ingredients at their prime. $67 includes $31 fee. Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. Sec. 201 H40346H 1 session HUM 207 W 6:30-9:30 pm April 29 Edmund Tyler CLN 387 Savory Tarts and Quiches Learn to make a variety of quick and flavorful tarts and quiches that can compliment any dining occasion or serve as a hearty meal on their own. $67 includes $31 fee. Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. Sec. 201 H40247H 1 session HUM 218 F 6:30-9:30 pm May 8 Edmund Tyler GRT 317 If You Knew Sushi Learn how the ancient sushi tradition is transformed into a culinary art form. Explore how color, texture, flavor and shape are masterfully combined. Learn to assemble your own sushi. $67 includes $31 fee. Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. Sec. 201 H40362H 1 session HCAT 112 F 6:30-9:30 pm May 8 John Johnson COO 398 The Art of Pasta Learn to make basic pasta dough and boutique variations. Prepare red, green or black pasta as well as lemon, pumpkin, asparagus and mushroom pastas for ribbon striped or inset pastas. Apply techniques used to make extruded pastas. $90 includes $30 fee. Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. Sec. 201 H40343H 1 session HCAT 112 Su 10 am-3 pm April 19 Linda Elliott CUI 366 Cake Decorating for Beginners Learn basic techniques for torting, filling and crumb-coating cakes for all occasions. Explore the use of piping tips and bags and practice basic piping techniques and border applications. $67 includes $31 fee. Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. Sec. 201 H40348H 1 session HUM 218 Su 11 am-2 pm April 19 Karen Koch CLI 343 NEW All Natural Cooking Explore the benefits of eating foods without artificial or overly processed ingredients by using healthful cooking techniques. Practice cooking with fresh ingredients that bring out the best flavors of dishes. $65 includes $29 fee. Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. Sec. 201 H40230H 1 session HUM 207 F 6:30-9:30 pm April 24 CLN 389 Pizza School Learn the basic steps for making terrific pizzas from scratch. Explore a variety of pizza doughs, sauces and toppings, from classic Margherita to dessert pies. $60 includes $24 fee. Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. Sec. 201 H40253H 1 session HUM 218 F 6:30-9:30 pm April 24 David Ludwig GMT 311 You Go Grill! Expand your repertoire of barbecue recipes with gourmet presentations and learn how to cook and serve grilled dishes with innovation and panache. Sample new recipes. $67 includes $31 fee. Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. Sec. 201 H40361H 1 session HCAT 112 Sa 11 am-2 pm April 25 Michael Plitt CLI 341 NEW Mastering Pan Sauces Discover how professional chefs get flavorful dishes to the table quickly and effortlessly using pan sauces. Learn simple steps to producing a number of pan sauces. $65 includes $29 fee. Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. Sec. 201 H40228H 1 session HCAT 112 F 6:30-9:30 pm May 1 CLI 325 Knife Skills 2 Enhance knife skills with new and elaborate knife cuts using the foundations acquired in Hands on Knife Skills. Practice using a mandolin safely. Explore knife cuts such as tourne and lozenge. $60 includes $24 fee. Prerequiste: CLN 328 Hands On Knife Skills. Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. Sec. 201 H40215H 1 session Arnold campus F 6:30-9:30 pm May 1 Cheryl Ignaczak CLI 342 NEW Sweet and Savory Soufflés Learn how to make the perfect soufflé from an HCAT chef. Explore creating classic cheese soufflés and decadent dessert soufflés. $65 includes $29 fee. Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. Sec. 201 H40229H 1 session HUM 218 F 6:30-9:30 pm May 1 CLI 300 Eat Like a Caveman: Paleo Eating Learn about the paleo diet, which consists only of foods that a cave dweller would have eaten like meats, vegetables and certain grains. Discuss restricting wheat and dairy. Create menus featuring healthy meats and vegetables. $67 includes $31 fee. Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. Sec. 201 H40210H 1 session HUM 207 Sa 10 am-1 pm May 2 Christine Romans COO 345 Cook Dim Sum Learn to prepare a variety of popular dim sum dishes, small bite-size portions of food served in small steamer baskets or on small plates that will impress family and friends. $67 includes $31 fee. Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. Sec. 201 H40279H 1 session HUM 207 W 6:30-9:30 pm May 6 Karen Koch COO Day Vegan Challenge Learn the benefits of a plant-based diet and how to prepare for eating vegan for 14 days. Make several vegan dishes. In session two, discuss the challenges of eating vegan and try additional recipes. $127 includes $55 fee. Note: Plan to start a vegan diet between course sessions. Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. Sec. 201 H40261H 2 sessions HUM 207 Sa 1-4 pm May Melissa Tillett CUL 378 Say Cheese Learn the fundamentals of cheese production. Review the steps of the cheese making process, from raw milk to a delicious finished cheese. Create soft and semisoft cheeses from provided recipes. $127 includes $55 fee. Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. Sec. 201 H40353H 2 sessions HUM 218 TuW 6:30-9:30 pm May David Ludwig CUI 396 Contemporary Sauces Become a modern sauce master. Learn to create sensational sauces, from the classics to fruit salsas, that can quickly jazz up any meal. $67 includes $31 fee. Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. Sec. 201 H40349H 1 session HUM 207 W 6:30-9:30 pm May 27 Cheryl Ignaczak CLN 327 Cook Vegetarian Learn to create simple and delicious vegetarian dishes including fruits, vegetables, grains, legumes and more. Explore the health benefits of becoming vegetarian or simply adding more vegetables to your diet. $67 includes $31 fee. Note: Students are required to wear closed-toe shoes and long pants. Sec. 201 H40236H 1 session HUM 207 F 6:30-9:30 pm May 29 Edmund Tyler 12

13 FOOD AND CULINARY GAMES GARDENING GARDENING ARE YOU READY FOR A SIZZLING CAREER? Become an executive chef, hotel manager, pastry chef, caterer, entrepreneur or more. Anne Arundel Community College s Hotel, Culinary Arts and Tourism (HCAT) Institute is Maryland s premier choice in hospitality and culinary education. Learn from certified chef instructors who are seasoned professionals and love to cook AND teach. Our state-ofthe art kitchens in Glen Burnie and Arnold offer perfect locations to practice your skills. See page 61. Wine and Beer Academy CLN 314 Beer Styles From Belgium Discover the diversity of Belgium s centuries-old beer culture. Learn the history and current climates of the country as it relates to brewing. Explore a variety of styles, including Wit, Saison, Abbey, Dubbel, Tripel, Belgian Strong Ale, Belgian Ale, Trappist Breweries, Flemish Red and Brown Ales and Lambics. $97 includes $23 fee. Note: Must be age 21 or older to enroll. Sec. 201 H40232H 1 session HCAT 114 Sa 5-8 pm April 4 Timothy Trigilio CLN 310 The Price Savvy Wine Consumer Do price and quality go hand-in-hand? Through blind tastings, learn whether you can buy great wines for less than $20 a bottle. Also discover how to find inexpensive gems. $52 includes $28 fee. Note: Must be age 21 or older to enroll. Sec. 201 H40231H 1 session HUM 214 W 7-9 pm April 8 Harry Latimer CLI 340 NEW Brewery Tour Frederick Visit breweries and brewpubs in Frederick. Tour the facilities and receive samples. $87 includes $42 fee. Note: Students must be 21 years or older. Closed-toe shoes required for brewery tours. A boxed lunch will be provided. Meet in parking lot B on the Arnold Campus at 11 a.m. Sec. 201 H40226H 1 session TOUR Sa 11 am-7 pm April 11 Timothy Trigilio CLN 358 Wine 101 Practical Basics Learn the basics of wine. Discover how to evaluate, select, store, open, decant and pour wine. Review wine and food pairings. Examine different aromas and decipher wine lables to determine how various wines will taste. $41 includes $17 fee. Note: Must be age 21 or older to enroll. Sec. 201 H40241H 1 session HUM 214 W 7-9 pm April 22 Harry Latimer CLN 319 Spicy Foods and Beer Learn to complement the bright, spicy flavors of Thai, Indian, Chinese and Mexican foods with beer. Enjoy a selection of dishes and beers that demonstrate pairing options. $63 includes $27 fee. Note: Must be age 21 or older to enroll. Chef demonstration and tasting. Sec. 201 H40233H 1 session HCAT F 6:30-9:30 pm April 24 John Johnson Timothy Trigilio COO 352 Tasting Like a Master Discover the true art of tasting wine like a professional. Gain a simple wine vocabulary and use it to assess subtle differences between grape varietals through color and aroma. Build a foundation to continue to develop your palette. $72 includes $48 fee. Note: Must be 21 or older to enroll. Sec. 201 H40281H 1 session HUM 214 W 7-9 pm April 29 Dania Blair CLI 339 NEW Hop-Centric Beers Explore beers that accentuate the use of hops in creating novel flavor profiles. Discuss using hops in brewing, hop growth and cultivation. Compare trends in pale ales, India pale ales and imperial styles. $59 includes $23 fee. Note: Students must be age 21 or older to enroll. Sec. 201 H40225H 1 session HCAT 114 F 6:30-9:30 pm May 15 Timothy Trigilio GAMES ERC 309 Bridge for Beginners Learn the basics of modern bridge in a comfortable, social atmosphere. Discuss hand evaluation, bidding, playing and defending. Practice actual play. $97 includes $7 fee. Note: Instructor is a certified American Contract Bridge League Club Director. Sec. 201 H40542H 6 sessions Arnold campus Tu 7-9 pm April 14-May 19 Steven Dunn HOR 382 Vegetable Gardening 101 Learn how to successfully grow a vegetable garden step by step. Take home seeds, plants and produce. $67 includes $47 fee. Sec. 201 H40625H 8 sessions WHEB Tu 6:30-7:30 pm April 7-Aug. 4 Maria Price-Nowakowski HOR 395 Plants of the Chesapeake Bay Examine the multitude of native plants that make the Chesapeake Bay region their home. $37 includes $7 fee. Sec. 201 H40688H 1 session Arnold campus M 6:30-9 pm April 13 Elizabeth Matarese FLR 318 NEW Native Gardens for Bird Conservation Examine habitats and gardens that accommodate various bird populations. Determine birds seasonal needs. Identify ways to create a garden that provide nectar, seeds and habitat for birds. $55 includes $7 fee. Sec. 201 H40622H 2 sessions Arnold campus M 6:30-8:30 am April Elizabeth Matarese HOR 399 Grow Box Garden Assemble a 10 x 3 earth box garden that can yield high amounts of vegetables and herbs. Learn how to plant and tend the garden. $77 includes $67 fee. Note: Grow box, soil, fertilizer and plants included. Sec. 201 H40694H 1 session WHEB Th 6:30-8:30 pm April 23 Maria Price-Nowakowski INT 321 Shade Gardening Learn how to create a shade garden with the help from a professional horticulturist. Learn all about the wonderful plants that thrive in the shade. Take home a shade plant. $36 includes $12 fee. Sec. 201 H40706H 1 session Arnold campus W 6:30-8:30 pm April 29 Elizabeth Matarese HOR 392 Miniature Fairy Garden Create and take home everything needed to attract fairies to a garden including miniature herbs, plants, bench, arch, fence and bird bath. $69 includes $57 fee. Sec. 201 H40627H 1 session WHEB Sa 1-3 pm May 2 Maria Price-Nowakowski HOR 398 Rain Gardening 101 Learn to create an ecologically beneficial garden comprised of native perennials, grasses and shrubs, and planted in an area to capture rainwater runoff. Take home a rain garden plant. $36 includes $12 fee. Sec. 201 H40693H 1 session Arnold campus M 6:30-8:30 pm May 4 Elizabeth Matarese HOR 393 Why We Love Ferns! Learn how ferns can add depth and volume to a shade garden. Discuss various ferns and how to care for them. Take home a small fern. $42 includes $12 fee. Sec. 201 H40635H 1 session Arnold campus W 6:30-9 pm May 13 Elizabeth Matarese Personal Enrichment REGISTRATION INFORMATION

14 Personal Enrichment HOR 376 Visit to the National Arboretum Discover the diverse plant collections of the National Arboretum s Fern Valley and Asian Garden. $48 includes $7 fee. Note: AACC van departs Johnson Building at 9 a.m. Individual drivers meet at the Administrative Office of the National Arboretum at 10 a.m. Sec. 201 H40623H 1 session Arnold campus M 9 am-1 pm May 18 Elizabeth Matarese HOR 388 Start Your Own Edible Garden Discover how to save money and become more self-sufficient by growing a bounty of fruit and vegetables in your own backyard. Discuss soil preparation, plant selection, pests, diseases, water and fertilization. $100 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H40610H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Katie Powell-Lee Sec. 202 H40612H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Katie Powell-Lee INT 349 Growing Plants for Fun and Profit Cover licensing, site preparation, equipment, and how and where to find supplies. Learn to select and produce quality plants appropriate to your climate zone. Focus on marketing your product. $100 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H40617H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Mike Harlan Sec. 202 H40618H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Mike Harlan GOLF AHL 397 Golf for Beginners Learn the basics of the sport and course etiquette. Focus on proper set up, putting, irons, woods and trouble shots. $97 includes $37 fee. Note: Sessions two, three and four will meet at SPGC. Bucket of balls included. Bring an iron, putter and ball to second class. Sec. 201 H40486H 4 sessions Arnold campus Tu 10-11:30 am April 28-May 19 William Moldoch Sec. 202 H40487H 4 sessions Arnold campus Tu 7-8:30 pm April 28-May 19 William Moldoch Sec. 203 H40488H 4 sessions Arnold campus TuTh 10-11:30 am May 26-June 4 William Moldoch Sec. 204 H40489H 4 sessions Arnold campus TuTh 7-8:30 pm May 26-June 4 William Moldoch ATC 302 Intermediate Golf Instructor helps continuing students correct the quirks of their game before they become habits. Improve your putting, get rid of those slices and expand your ability to make trouble shots. $97 includes $37 fee. Note: Bring a 9-iron, putter and ball to first class. Class will meet at SPGC. Bucket of balls included. Sec. 201 H40490H 4 sessions SPGC Th 10-11:30 am April 23-May 14 William Moldoch Sec. 202 H40491H 4 sessions SPGC Th 7-8:30 pm April 23-May 14 William Moldoch GARDENING GOLF HEALTH HEALTH Health care professionals see Health Care in the careers and certifications sections, pages or visit For information about personal health courses, visit personalhealth. For information regarding a continuing education certificate in Mental Health First Aid, see pages Aging COA 342 Gerontology Prepare yourself to meet the social, lifestyle and health care needs that affect the quality of life for our rapidly aging global population. Stay current with emerging trends. CEUs awarded. $207 includes $157 fee. Approved by the American Nurses Credentialing Center s Commission on Accreditation. Sec. 201 H39659H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Cindy Coopsen Sec. 202 H39660H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Cindy Coopsen COA 343 End-of-Life Care Gain the knowledge and skills needed to effectively help individuals who are experiencing a terminal illness. Examine the latest developments, treatments and technology. CEUs awarded. $197 includes $147 fee. Approved by the American Nurses Credentialing Center s Commission on Accreditation. Sec. 201 H39661H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Caroline Young Sec. 202 H39662H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Caroline Young LFS 331 Healthy Aging Discuss healthy aging including the impact of nutrition and physical activity, changes in the brain and the role of sexuality. CEUs awarded. $65 includes $42 fee. Approved by the American Nurses Credentialing Center s Commission on Accreditation. Sec. 201 H39676H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Cindy Coopsen Sec. 202 H39677H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Cindy Coopsen Caregiving LFS 334 NEW Caring for the Caregiver Identify signs of caregiver stress. Explore stress-reducing techniques and resources. Examine emotions common to caregivers and techniques for balancing personal needs, work and caregiving. Develop an emergency-preparedness plan. $37 includes a $7 fee. Sec. 201 H39681H 1 session Arnold campus Tu 6-8 pm April 14 Jennifer Sapp LFS 316 Downsizing: Moving Made Easy Prepare yourself or a loved one for moving into a new stage of life. Learn tips for staging a home for sale, downsizing and sorting to make the move easier. Create a practical moving plan. $31 includes $14 fee. Sec. 201 H39671H 1 session Arnold campus Tu 6:30-8:30 pm May 12 Susan Weber COA 306 Caring for Aging Parents Learn compassionate ways to help older parents face the issues of aging. Acquire practical tools and techniques for coping with oncoming physical and mental limitations. CEUs awarded. $105 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H39657H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Marsiea Warren Sec. 202 H39658H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Marsiea Warren Mind and Body HLH 334 Inner Wisdom: Living With Purpose Learn to connect with a higher state of consciousness, access inner wisdom and examine universal life principles to clarify your life s purpose. Explore the techniques of guided imagery, meditation, body energy exercises and visioning. $85 includes $7 fee. Note: Bring bag lunch and snack. Sec. 201 H40601H 1 session Arnold campus Sa 9 am-4:30 pm April 11 Linda Roebuck HLH 320 Massage for Couples Learn relaxation therapy and stress reduction with a partner. Help connect with one another as you learn the importance of flexibility and proper breathing techniques. Experience closeness as well as a means for soothing aching muscles. $81 includes $27 fee. Note: Partner/spouse pay tuition separately. Please register at same time. Wear loose, comfortable clothing. Sec. 201 H40598H 2 sessions Arnold campus Su 1-4 pm April 26-May 3 Gabrielle Malone LFS 332 NEW Hand Massage Learn about the structure and function of the hand. Explore techniques for massaging the hands to loosen muscles, increase blood circulation and reduce pain caused by aging. $79 includes a $7 fee. Sec. 201 H39679H 3 sessions Arnold campus M 2-4 pm May 4-18 Ryan Moschell HLH 371 Lose Weight and Keep It Off Establish a healthy approach to weight loss and successful lifetime maintenance. Set and achieve goals that make sense. $100 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H40600H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Donna Acosta Sec. 202 H40602H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Donna Acosta 14

15 HEALTH HISTORY AND HERITAGE HOME IMPROVEMENT KAYAKING HLH 372 Introduction to Natural Health and Healing Learn how to improve wellness, balance and health in your daily life. Gain a basic understanding of an integrative approach to achieving natural health. $100 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H40603H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Theresa Snyder Sec. 202 H40605H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Theresa Snyder HISTORY AND HERITAGE Historic Preservation HRY 352 Colonial Anne Arundel: South County Explore the 23-acre London Town Publik and Gardens with a historic preservationist. Visit the William Brown House, a National Historic Landmark, and smaller reconstructed dwellings. Learn about the architecture and building materials. $63 includes $28 fee. Note: Transportation and admission included. Bring a bag lunch. Wear comfortable shoes and dress for outdoors. Sec. 201 H40696H 1 session Arnold campus F 9 am-3 pm April 17 Catherine Masek Local and Regional HRY 312 Gettysburg in a Day Follow the Confederate and Union armies through the most important battle of the Civil War. Learn about Pickett s Charge and the actions of Gens. Ewell and Longstreet. Enrollment limit: 14. $56 includes $12 fee. Note: Lecture tour at Gettysburg National Battlefield in Pennsylvania. Transportation included. AACC bus departs from Parking Lot A at 8:30 a.m. Bring bag lunch or purchase on own. Wear comfortable shoes and dress for outdoors. Sec. 201 H40695H 1 session TOUR Sa 8:30 am-5 pm April 11 Lester Brooks HST 307 Arlington National Cemetery: Shrine to America s Heroes Participate in a lecture and tour of the nation s most famous cemetery. Learn its history and visit the sites of notable veterans, dignitaries, presidents and lesser known notables interred there. $71 includes $21 fee. Note: Students over 60 pay only the course fee. Transportation included. Depart from Parking Lot A. Extensive walking required. Students must be able to walk without assistance or provide their own caregiver who also will be required to register for the class. Bring lunch or purchase on own. Wear comfortable walking shoes and dress for outdoors. Sec. 201 H40699H 2 sessions Arnold campus Th 7-9 pm April 23 George Sweger Sa 8:30 am-2:30 pm April 25 HST 308 Annapolis: Portrait of a Small City Participate in a lecture followed by a tour of this historic gem. Learn about old Annapolis and its notable residents. Explore the architecture and visit various sites including the Naval Academy. $56 includes $12 fee. Note: Students over 60 pay only the course fee. Student meets instructor in Annapolis at location to be determined. Bring a bag lunch. Extensive walking required. Students must be able to walk without assistance or provide their own caregiver who also will be required to register for the class. Bring lunch or purchase on own. Wear comfortable walking shoes and dress for outdoors. Sec. 201 H40701H 2 sessions Arnold campus Th 7-9 pm May 14 George Sweger Sa 9:30 am-3:30 pm May 16 U.S. History HRY 375 NEW Railroads and the Civil War Discover how railroads helped maintain a supply line for transporting troops and munitions during the Civil War. Discuss the rail s effect on battles and campaigns, and the consequences into the reconstruction period. $32 includes $7 fee. Sec. 201 H40698H 1 session Arnold campus Sa 9-11 am April 18 Patrick Heline HOME IMPROVEMENT For the latest information about home and garden classes visit Decorating IND 312 Feng Shui 101: Basic Timeless Elements Learn the nine basic principles, five cardinal rules and the entrance school method to create joy and harmony. Discover the Bagua tool and how to locate the money, love and career areas of a home or office. $32 includes $7 fee. Note: Bring a hand-drawn diagram of the room or rooms you want to work with. Sec. 201 H40703H 1 session Arnold campus M 6:30-9 pm April 6 Carol Yarrow PRS 385 Decluttering 1, 2 and 3 Discover the many ways to manage clutter. Learn how to handle junk mail and clutter in basements, attics and garages. Purge unwanted and unused items from your life. $37 includes $7 fee. Sec. 201 H40888H 1 session Arnold campus W 6:30-9 pm April 8 Audrey Crawford IND 314 Outdoor Living Spaces Learn how to turn a boring deck or porch into a beautiful and enjoyable retreat. Discuss outdoor furniture and fabrics, color schemes and accessories. $42 includes $12 fee. Note: Bring photo of outside area to class. Sec. 201 H40705H 1 session Arnold campus Tu 6:30-9 pm April 21 Audrey Crawford IND 310 Introduction to Interior Design Explore a career in interior design. Learn how to transform any room into a beautiful and functional space. $100 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H40614H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Sarah Smallwood Sec. 202 H40616H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Sarah Smallwood Home Improvement, Repair and Remodeling RPR 312 Introduction to Wood Finishing Learn how to perform basic tasks to finish a piece of wood furniture with the guidance of a professional wood finisher. Examine proper sanding, sealing, staining and glazing techniques. $97 includes $37 fee. Note: Small piece of furniture provided. Sec. 201 H40889H 3 sessions Arnold campus W 6:30-8:30 pm April Rebecca Izzo RPR 315 Being Creative with Faux Finishes Learn from a professional refinisher a variety of faux finishes that can be applied to furniture and accessories. $57 includes $17 fee. Sec. 201 H40891H 2 sessions Arnold campus W 6:30-8:30 pm May 6-13 Rebecca Izzo KAYAKING AHC 384 Basic Kayaking Beginners can increase skills, safety awareness, general knowledge and enjoyment on the water. Discuss gear and safety. Practice kayak entry and exit, multiple strokes and efficiency, and T-rescues. $75 includes $63 fee. Note: $6 fee to enter park not included. Sec. 201 H40399H 1 session QWPA Sa 10:30 am-12:30 pm May 2 Scott Roddy Sec. 202 H40400H 1 session QWPA Sa 10:30 am-12:30 pm May 9 Scott Roddy Sec. 203 H40403H 1 session QWPA Sa 10:30 am-12:30 pm May 16 Scott Roddy Sec. 204 H40427H 1 session QWPA Sa 10:30 am-12:30 pm May 30 Scott Roddy Personal Enrichment REGISTRATION INFORMATION

16 Personal Enrichment AHC 385 Kayak Tour Participate in a two-hour guided tour of Quiet Waters Park, Harness Creek and the South River. Experience tranquil settings, open water views and wildlife sightings of blue heron, deer, osprey and more. $50 includes $44 fee. Note: $6 fee to enter park not included. All ability levels are encouraged. Brief instruction included for beginners. Sec. 201 H40428H 1 session QWPA F 6-8 pm May 1 Scott Roddy Sec. 202 H40429H 1 session QWPA Sa 8-10 am May 2 Scott Roddy Sec. 203 H40431H 1 session QWPA F 6-8 pm May 8 Scott Roddy Sec. 204 H40432H 1 session QWPA Sa 8-10 am May 9 Scott Roddy Sec. 205 H40433H 1 session QWPA F 6-8 pm May 15 Scott Roddy Sec. 206 H40435H 1 session QWPA Sa 8-10 am May 16 Scott Roddy Sec. 207 H40436H 1 session QWPA F 6-8 pm May 29 Scott Roddy Sec. 208 H40437H 1 session QWPA Sa 8-10 am May 30 Scott Roddy AHC 386 Basic Paddleboarding Beginners can increase skills, general knowledge and enjoyment on stand-up paddleboards. Discuss gear and safety. Practice mounting, standing, multiple strokes, efficiency and in-water recovery. $75 includes $63 fee. Note: $6 fee to enter park not included. Sec. 201 H40442H 1 session QWPA Su 10:30 am-12:30 pm May 3 Scott Roddy Sec. 202 H40444H 1 session QWPA Su 10:30 am-12:30 pm May 10 Scott Roddy Sec. 203 H40445H 1 session QWPA Su 10:30 am-12:30 pm May 17 Scott Roddy Sec. 204 H40447H 1 session QWPA Su 10:30 am-12:30 pm May 31 Scott Roddy AHC 387 Paddleboard Tours Take a guided tour of Harness Creek and the South River just outside downtown Annapolis. Experience a variety of wildlife and scenic river views. $50 includes $44 fee. Note: $6 fee to enter park not included. All ability levels are encouraged. Brief instruction included for beginners. Sec. 201 H40448H 1 session QWPA Sa 6-8 pm May 2 Scott Roddy Sec. 202 H40450H 1 session QWPA Su 8-10 am May 3 Scott Roddy Sec. 203 H40451H 1 session QWPA Sa 6-8 pm May 9 Scott Roddy Sec. 204 H40479H 1 session QWPA Su 8-10 am May 10 Scott Roddy Sec. 205 H40481H 1 session QWPA Sa 6-8 pm May 16 Scott Roddy Sec. 206 H40482H 1 session QWPA Su 8-10 am May 17 Scott Roddy Sec. 207 H40483H 1 session QWPA Sa 6-8 pm May 30 Scott Roddy Sec. 208 H40484H 1 session QWPA Su 8-10 am May 31 Scott Roddy KAYAKING KIDS IN COLLEGE MARTIAL ARTS KIDS IN COLLEGE Visit For information about youth classes. On page 8, see EXPLORE and Middle School Scholar courses for Anne Arundel County Public School gifted and talented youth. Academic Success YUH 861 Comprehensive SAT Preparation (Grades 7-11) An intensive, comprehensive review and practice of math and verbal skills to prepare to take the revised College Board s Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). Practice skills, work on progressive vocabulary and essay building with review of test-taking strategies. Textbook information available at AACC Bookstore. $150 includes $7 fee. Note: Students age 16 years and older register for SKL 334 Comprehensive SAT Preparation. Sec. 201 H39954H 9 sessions Arnold campus W 6-8 pm April 15-June 10 Sec. 202 H39955H 6 sessions Arnold campus Sa 9:30 am-12:15 pm April 11-May 16 Patrick Heline KIC 801 NEW Get Prepared Algebra 1 Review Tackle algebra head on! Focus and work on difficult concepts to prepare for final exams. Address topics specific to students needs. $150 includes $7 fee. Note: Designed for students enrolled in Algebra 1. Sec. 201 H39938H 6 sessions Arnold campus MW 6-8:30 pm May 13-June 3 Patrick Heline KIC 802 NEW Get Prepared Geometry Review Review difficult geometry concepts in preparation for final exams. Address topics specific to students needs. $150 includes $7 fee. Note: Designed for students enrolled in Geometry. Sec. 201 H39940H 6 sessions Arnold campus TuTh 6-8:30 pm May 19-June 4 Patrick Heline Art KIC 800 NEW Spring Anime and Manga Workshop Learn basic construction of faces and bodies and how stylization is applied to reality to create the look of anime and manga. Draw character features and facial expressions. Learn basic skeleton structure and body musculature. $50 includes $10 fee. Sec. 201 H39937H 2 sessions Arnold campus Sa 10 am-noon April Samantha Boyd Kindermusik YTR 898 NEW Kindermusik: Around the Farm Explore the movements and sounds of farm animals and life on the farm. Engage in farm life through singing, finger play, rhymes, listening and instrument play. $63 includes $17 fee. Note: Storybook: Cows in the Kitchen Sec. 201 H39950H 4 sessions Arnold campus W 5-5:45 pm April 8-29 Nancy Anselm EXPLORE and Middle School Scholars courses for Anne Arundel County Public School's Gifted and Talented students in grades K-8. See page 8. YTR 899 NEW Kindermusik: Make Believe Sail to imaginary places. Dance the Pirate s Treasure Dance. Listen to a story about Rupert the pirate. Visit Royal Island and the castle of a king and queen. Meet a friendly dragon. $63 includes $17 fee. Note: Storybook: Rupert the Wrong Word Pirate. Sec. 201 H39952H 4 sessions Arnold campus W 5-5:45 pm May 6-June 3 Nancy Anselm MARTIAL ARTS ATC 377 Aikido Aikido is a Japanese martial art that includes techniques for bare-handed wrestling and weapons. Practice distancing, evasive footwork, pins, joint twists and open hand strikes. Club is affiliated with Aikido America International/Shin Aikido Rengo. $157 includes $7 fee. Sec. 201 H40495H 12 sessions Arnold campus MW 7:15-8:45 pm April 1-May 11 Raymond MacK ATC 374 Jujitsu Learn the basics of this martial art including throws, strikes, kicks, grappling and submission holds. Improve coordination, self-assurance and mental discipline while emphasizing selfdefense.$157 includes $7 fee. Note: Instructor is an American Jujitsu Association Fifth Degree black belt. Sec. 201 H40494H 12 sessions Arnold campus TuTh 7:30-9:05 pm April 28-June 4 Young Kim 16

17 MOTORCYCLE SAFETY Whether you are a novice or simply interested in brushing up on your skills, AACC has a motorcycle safety course for you. AACC is an independent training site for the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration s motorcycle training courses including the Basic Rider Course (BRC), the Alternative Basic Rider Course (ABRC) and the Experienced Rider Course (BRCII). Anyone younger than 18 years old must complete the Basic Rider Course before applying for a motorcycle license. Courses are held at a riding range located on AACC s Arnold campus. Instructors are certified by both the Motor Vehicle Administration and Motorcycle Safety Foundation. For information visit DRV 500 Motorcycle Safety and Licensure Review (BRC) New riders prepare for class M license with this MVA approved Basic Rider Course. Learn basic street-riding skills, how to select riding gear and defensive-riding strategies. Written and skills exam included. Basic Rider Handbook required and available at AACC Bookstore at no charge with course confirmation. $307 includes $122 fee. Note: Approved by the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration. Protective clothing required during riding range training. Only Maryland state license holders can receive a class M designation from the Maryland Vehicle Administration. Visit motorcycle/brc.cfm For information. Sec. 201 H40044H 4 sessions Arnold campus WTh 5:45-9 pm April 8-9 SaSu 8 am-2 pm April Sec. 202 H40615H 4 sessions Arnold campus WTh 5:45-9 pm April SaSu 8 am-2 pm April Sec. 203 H40626H 4 sessions Arnold campus WTh 5:45-9 pm April SaSu 8 am-2 pm April Sec. 204 H40653H 4 sessions Arnold campus WTh 5:45-9 pm April SaSu 8 am-2 pm May 2-3 Sec. 205 H40662H 4 sessions Arnold campus WTh 5:45-9 pm May 6-7 SaSu 8 am-2 pm May 9-10 Sec. 206 H40914H 4 sessions Arnold campus WTh 5:45-9 pm May SaSu 8 am-2 pm May Sec. 207 H40920H 4 sessions Arnold campus WTh 5:45-9 pm May SaSu 8 am-2 pm May DRV 501 Motorcycle Safety and Licensure Review: Intermediate (ABRC) Experienced riders prepare for class M license exam. Learn about ride preparation, road management and defensiveriding strategies. Written and skills exam included. $307 includes $122 fee. Note: Approved by the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration. Riders must demonstrate minimum riding proficiency. Protective clothing required during riding range training. Only Maryland state license holders can receive a class M designation from the Maryland Motor Vehicle Association. Visit cfm For information. Sec. 201 H40930H 1 session Arnold campus Sa 8 am-3 pm April 4 MOTORCYCLE MUSIC PARENTING AND FAMILY LIFE DRV 513 Basic Motorcycle Maintenance Learn basic motorcycle maintenance. Explore engine theory, electrical system repair, fluid systems, chain adjustment and replacement, brakes and basic troubleshooting. Discuss winterization topics including cleaning, waxing, fuel storage and stabilization, electrical needs and tire and wheel conditioning. CEUs awarded. $47 includes $7 fee. Note: Bring motorcycle maintenance manual. Sec. 201 H40943H 2 sessions Arnold campus MW 6-8 pm May Robert Buenning MUSIC For information about AACC s music offerings and upcoming events visit noncredit. Music Instruction MUC 313 Basic Guitar: Group Instruction Learn basic guitar skills in group instruction format: reading music, playing scales and chords. Learn some of your favorite music, guitar maintenance and instrument quality. Enrollment limit: 10. $127 includes $7 fee. Note: Student must bring a six-string guitar to class. Sec. 201 H40815H 10 sessions Arnold campus Tu 7-8 pm April 14-June 2 Frederick Cox Sec. 202 H40818H 8 sessions Arnold campus Sa 10-11:15 am April 18-June 6 Gerald Cavanaugh MUC 317 NEW Music Made Easy: Online Learn what makes music work. Gain an understanding of rhythm, melody and harmony. Discover how to build intervals, major scales and chords. Learn how to read, write and play simple musical pieces on a keyboard. $100 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H40650H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Marianne Murawski Sec. 202 H40652H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Marianne Murawski Voice Instruction MUC 319 NEW Sing Out Loud Discover the joy of singing, solo or in group, using classical, standard and popular vocal arrangements. Practice the basics of breathing, tone and diction in an environment supportive of beginning, intermediate and advanced singers. $157 includes $7 fee. Sec. 201 H40832H 8 sessions Arnold campus W 6-8 pm April 1-May 20 Donna Ervin MUC 323 NEW Individual Voice Lessons Receive private instruction according to your musical knowledge and experience. Learn music terminology and elements of singing including breath, diction, rhythm, reading, vocal exercises, musicianship and presentation. No prior voice experience necessary. All levels welcome. $267 includes $247 fee. Sec. 201 H40862H 6 sessions Arnold campus Tu 5-6 pm April 14-May 19 Ruth Capobianco Sec. 202 H41082H 6 sessions Arnold campus Tu 6-7 pm April 14-May 19 Ruth Capobianco Sec. 203 H00000H 6 sessions Arnold campus Tu 7-87 pm April 14-May 19 Ruth Capobianco PARENTING AND FAMILY LIFE Anne Arundel Community College established The Parenting Center to provide high-quality educational programs about parenting and family life to our community. Visit us at Many of AACC s parenting courses meet the Maryland Child Care Credential requirements established by the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE) Office of Child Care. Each class has a content area code that corresponds to the Core of Knowledge requirements. The codes are: C - Curriculum D - Child development H - Health,safety and nutrition L - Community P - Professionalism S - Special needs FON 322 CONTENT AREA: D Understanding Adolescents Learn the three stages of adolescent development. Compare the physical, emotional and social changes during teen years. Understand the importance of adolescent identity formation for adult mental health. CEUs awarded. $149 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H39387H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Sonja Jodoin Sec. 202 H39389H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Sonja Jodoin FON 353 CONTENT AREA: C Ready, Set, Read! Literacy is essential for a child s success in life. Examine the newest research about literacy in early childhood. Through interactive assignments, learn how to build a young child s confidence in reading and writing. CEUs awarded. $149 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H39391H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Kt Paxton Sec. 202 H39392H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Kt Paxton Personal Enrichment REGISTRATION INFORMATION

18 PARENTING AND FAMILY LIFE Personal Enrichment Customized training for parents through schools, churches or community organizations. Dynamic presenters, many of whom are licensed professionals in their respective fields. Online courses you can take from the comfort of your own home. Individualized instruction. Parenting One-on-One Parenting One-on-One courses are designed to allow students the flexibility to arrange parenting courses around their busy schedules and to allow for a more personalized approach. Contact the Parenting Center at For information and to schedule a Parenting One-on-One course. TPC 323 Managing Anger in Family Life: One-on-One Learn the origins of problem anger in the home through individual instruction. Practice methods for properly expressing anger. Learn to channel energy into productive thoughts, feelings and behaviors. Explore ways to develop greater inner peace and cultivate interpersonal skills. CEUs awarded. $350 includes $22 fee. FON 384 CONTENT AREA: D Enhancing Language Development in Children Discover how children process language. Learn fun, natural and age-appropriate ways to stimulate speech, brain and language development. CEUs awarded. $149 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H39441H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Kt Paxton Sec. 202 H39442H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Kt Paxton FON 390 CONTENT AREA: C Home School with Success Take the mystery out of home schooling. Explore the history of home schooling and review laws and regulations, curriculum options and assessment tools. Discover how to provide socializing opportunities and build long-lasting relationships within home-school support groups. CEUs awarded. $149 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H39443H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Beverly Shulz Sec. 202 H39445H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Beverly Shulz TPC 346 CONTENT AREA: L Managing Life as a Single Parent Explore how divorce and loss affect children and parents. Learn strategies to help children cope with various situations. Discuss personal finance issues and the importance of emotional and other types of support. CEUs awarded. $149 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H39542H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Jennifer Wolf Sec. 202 H39543H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Jennifer Wolf For information, visit TPC 352 Navigating Divorce Learn how to move through the divorce process step by step to gain a sense of control and stability and emerge on the other side as a healthier and happier person. CEUs awarded. $149 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H39544H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Carolyne Call Sec. 202 H39562H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Carolyne Call TPC 353 Marriage and Relationships Learn how to build a solid foundation for a healthy martial relationship that will last far beyond I do. Gain key strategies for maintaining relationships, balancing a partner s needs and resolving conflict. CEUs awarded. $149 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H39563H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Bonnie Weil Sec. 202 H39565H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Bonnie Weil TPC 324 Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (STEP): One-on-One Learn the principles of this nationally acclaimed parent education curriculum through individual instruction. Focus on essential child-rearing issues, effective parent-child communication and discipline methods. Gain valuable training to improve family cooperation and lessen parentchild conflicts. CEUs awarded. $350 includes $22 fee. TPC 325 Parenting Through Separation or Divorce: One-on-One Receive individual instruction on how to shield children from the parental conflict associated with divorce or separation. Discover tools for managing anger, negotiating peacefully and creating a co-parenting plan that is effective and child-focused. CEUs awarded. $350 includes $22 fee. TPC 356 The Explosive Child: One-on-One Receive individual instruction on how to direct children away from explosive episodes. Explore why traditional discipline strategies often don t work with behaviorally challenged children. Review the concepts of lagging skills and unsolved problems. Practice collaborative problem solving strategies. CEUs awarded. $350 includes $22 fee. TPC 357 Rules, Routines and Rituals: One-on-One Receive individual instruction on establishing rules, routines and rituals that provide the predictability and structure children crave. Discuss how relationships can be improved by creating meaningful rituals. Discover how rules, routines and rituals are linked to childhood resiliency. CEUs awarded. $350 includes $22 fee. 18

19 PEER LEARNING PARTNERSHIP AACC s Peer Learning Partnership is a self-directed learning community in which members help develop and lead courses. Students must enroll in PLP 500 each term prior to registering for other coursese. Visit PLP 500 Peer Learning Partnership Program Registration allows participation in Peer Learning Partnership (PLP) social and cultural activities and Friday discussion groups that explore current events, music and the performing arts, science and technology, economic issues, art history, history, fiction and nonfiction books, travel and films. Note: Participation in PLP activities or courses requires a one-time $30 membership fee that covers a six-month period (January through June or July through December.) Sec. 201 H39697H 13 sessions Arnold campus F 12:30-4:30 pm April 3-June 26 Angela Smookler PRC 328 NEW History of Early Christianity 2: C.E. Examine the spread of Christianity from the fall of the Roman Empire through the Dark Ages, the Byzantine Empire and Russia. Study the Great Schism, the Crusades and the inquisitions. $30 includes $29 fee. Sec. 201 H39703H 7 sessions Arnold campus M noon-2 pm April 6-May 18 Clinton Logan PRC 329 NEW Oscar Wilde: Die Laughing Examine the life and work of Oscar Wilde, noted Anglo-Irish playwright whose wit, aesthetics and flamboyant lifestyle roiled Victorian England and helped launch the modernist era in literature. $30 includes $29 fee. Sec. 201 H39705H 7 sessions Arnold campus M 2:30-4:30 pm April 6-May 18 Frank Capuzzi PLC 350 Geological Evolution of North America Study the development of the important geological features of North America. Learn how tectonic plate motion, continental collisions, mountain building, erosion and glacial movement affected the 4.5 billion-year history of the continent. $30 includes $29 fee. Sec. 201 H39682H 6 sessions Arnold campus Tu 9:30-11:30 am April 7-May 12 Steven Cohen PLC 382 Even Deadlier The Seven Deadly Sins Read and discuss 14 provocative masterpieces by familiar and lesser-known authors. Explore the nature of virtue and moral imperfections through short stories from the Great Books Foundation. $30 includes $29 fee. Sec. 201 H39686H 7 sessions Arnold campus Tu noon-2 pm April 7-May 19 Arthur Smookler PLC 384 Genealogy: Beyond the Names and Dates Make genealogy more interesting by fleshing out information on ancestors lives. Learn how and where to find and record information. Discuss how to solve genealogical obstacles. $30 includes $29 fee. Sec. 201 H39689H 6 sessions Arnold campus Tu 2:30-4:30 pm April 7-May 12 Carol Carman PEER LEARNING PARTNERSHIP PERSONAL GROWTH PRC 301 The Mystery of Music Examine the role of music in human development. Discuss recent research regarding the brain and music. $30 includes $29 fee. Sec. 201 H39701H 7 sessions Arnold campus W 9:30-11:30 am April 8-May 20 Dennis Grimes PRC 331 NEW Plato: Five Easy Pieces Read and discuss five short Platonic dialogues. Explore fundamental philosophical concepts such as virtue, duty, piety, knowledge, education, social justice and mortality. $30 includes $29 fee. Sec. 201 H39706H 7 sessions Arnold campus W 9:30-11:30 am April 8-May 20 Frank Capuzzi PRC 332 NEW Musical Forms and Genres: A Smorgasbord Study musical genres and analyze the forms used in each. Examine vocal forms such as opera and choral music as well as instrumental music such as symphony, concerto and chamber music. $30 includes $29 fee. Sec. 201 H39707H 6 sessions Arnold campus W noon-2 pm April 8-May 13 Matilda Kraemer PRC 333 NEW An Introduction to World War II: Part 1 Examine the causes of World War II through Discuss various theaters of operation, analyze strategies and examine new technologies. Learn about the war s major political, national and military leaders. $30 includes $29 fee. Sec. 201 H39708H 6 sessions Arnold campus W 2:30-4:30 pm April 8-May 13 Dennis McGee PRC 334 NEW Great Conversations 3 Part 4 Read and discuss selections from Great Conversations 3. Read one selection each week. $30 includes $29 fee. Sec. 201 H39709H 7 sessions Arnold campus Th 9:30-11:30 am April 9-May 21 Robert McEachern PRC 335 NEW Humor, Laughter and Health Explore ways humor in everyday life reduces stress and improves health and well-being. Examine how humor reduces stress-related hormones, enhances trust, increases pleasure and improves the immune system. $30 includes $29 fee. Sec. 201 H39710H 6 sessions Arnold campus Th noon-2 pm April 9-May 14 Paul Schatzberg PLP 394 The Constitution as Interpreted by Supreme Court Decisions Study the Constitution and then examine and discuss summaries of selected Supreme Court opinions to better understand the evolution of constitutional law. $30 includes $29 fee. Sec. 201 H39694H 6 sessions Arnold campus Th 2:30-4:30 pm April 9-May 14 Melvin Bender Jerry May PRC 336 NEW American Revolutionary War in the South Explore how the American army was able to wear down the British and sustain the rebellion to its victorious conclusion of the Americn Revolution. $30 includes $29 fee. Sec. 201 H39711H 6 sessions Arnold campus F 9:30-11:30 am April 10-May 15 James Hubbard PERSONAL GROWTH GRW 345 Mastering Public Speaking Learn how to speak confidently and persuasively to both large audiences and small groups. Discuss the art of verbal and nonverbal communication skills and how to overcome the fear of public speaking. $100 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H40555H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Curt Simmons Sec. 202 H40634H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Curt Simmons PRS 390 Speed Reading (Merrill Ream) Are you struggling to keep up with a flood of , articles, reports, books and other printed matter? Save time by learning to read faster and with better comprehension from acclaimed speed-reading expert Merrill Ream. Cover topics in a logical progression with plenty of time to master skills and techniques for lasting proficiency as a speed reader. $100 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H40743H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Merrill Ream Sec. 202 H40746H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Merrill Ream SKL 346 Skills for Making Great Decisions Learn how to make excellent everyday decisions. Master techniques for achieving goals, managing risk, dealing with crises, and making decisions big and small with knowledge and confidence. $100 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H40871H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Donna Brown Sec. 202 H40875H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Donna Brown GRW 347 Listen to Your Heart and Success Will Follow Design a life that makes you happy. Learn how you can use work to express yourself and share your interests and talents. $100 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H40640H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Cynthia Christianson Sec. 202 H40642H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Cynthia Christianson GRW 346 Grammar Refresher for Work Gain confidence in your ability to produce clean, grammatically correct documents or speeches. Master the basics through the use of definitions, vivid examples, interactive and reinforcing exercises. Reap rewards with mastery of the English language. $100 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H40636H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Ellen Feld Sec. 202 H40637H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Ellen Feld Personal Enrichment REGISTRATION INFORMATION

20 Personal Enrichment GRW 348 Keys to Effective Communication Learn to build rapport, trust, warmth and respect through conversation. $100 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H40645H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Dawn Lianna Sec. 202 H40647H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Dawn Lianna PERSONAL GROWTH PET OWNERSHIP PHOTOGRAPHY GRW 349 Interpersonal Communication Explore strategies for success in everyday interpersonal communication. Examine verbal and nonverbal habits, effective listening, self-concept, differences in cultural and gender conversation styles and conflict management. $100 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H40648H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Laurel Schaub Sec. 202 H40651H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Laurel Schaub GRW 350 Individual Excellence Master 12 career-enhancing skills. Learn about goal setting, time management, personal organization and creativity. $100 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H40659H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Becky Swain Sec. 202 H40663H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Becky Swain GRW 352 Get Assertive! Learn how to be more confident and powerful in everyday conversation. $100 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H40665H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Vivian Harte Sec. 202 H40667H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Vivian Harte PRS 389 Genealogy Basics Learn where to look, whom to contact and how to use research tools to begin an exciting exploration of your roots. $100 includes $72 fee. Sec. 201 H40739H April 15-June 5 ONLN EDGO Bob Moyer Sec. 202 H40741H May 13-July 3 ONLN EDGO Bob Moyer PET OWNERSHIP For the latest class information, visit PET 314 Elements of K-9 Behavior Learn the difference between canine behavior and temperament. Strengthen the bond between human and dog by learning how they think and process their environment. $27 includes $7 fee. Sec. 201 H40613H 1 session Arnold campus Th 7-9 pm April 9 Joy Freedman PET 310 Pet Massage Learn massaging skills that help support your pet s health and longevity. $37 includes $7 fee. Sec. 201 H40609H 1 session Arnold campus Sa 9:30 am-12:30 pm May 2 Jane Rainier PET 312 Pet First Aid and CPR Learn life-saving pet first aid techniques. Receive handson instruction on primary emergency assessment, rescue breathing, choking management, bleeding control, heat- and cold-related injuries and CPR. Manual and course completion card included. $62 includes $17 fee. Sec. 201 H40611H 1 session Arnold campus Sa 9:30 am-2 pm May 9 Jane Rainier PHOTOGRAPHY For information regarding a continuing education certificate in Digital Photography, see pages PHO 305 Basic Digital Camera Operations Designed for entry-level film or digital single-lens reflex camera (DSLR) photographers. Learn camera operations, including composition, focus, lens selection, exposure, metering, flash and memory devices. Enrollment limit: 20. $151 includes $7 fee. Note: Students supply their own camera and memory card. Computer lab not offered with this course. Sec. 201 H40866H 6 sessions Arnold campus Tu 6:30-8:30 pm April 14-May 19 Ryan Terpay PHO 347 Macrophotography Learn how to take close-ups of small objects, including flowers, jewelry and souvenirs. Explore garden photography, specifically lighting, focusing techniques and depth of field. Enrollment limit: 18. $82 includes $7 fee. Note: Prior knowledge of basic digital camera operations recommended. Bring compact or DSLR camera, tripod and flash drive to class. Sec. 201 H40873H 3 sessions Arnold campus Th 6:30-9 pm April Donald Dement PHO 359 NEW Photographic Safari Develop photographic skills in real-life settings. Discuss potential subjects, framing and camera settings. Utilize information for photographic shoot. Identify elements for photo review in classroom setting the following week. $56 includes $7 fee. Prerequisite: PHO 305 Basic Digital Photography or permission of instructor. Note: Instructor will notify students of location shoot. Sec. 201 H41117H 2 sessions XOFF Sa 9-11 am April Steve Rosenbach PHO 350 Digital Portrait Photography Practice the fundamentals of portrait photography. Explore techniques for posed subjects including the use of natural, artificial and studio lighting. Enrollment limit: 16. $156 includes $7 fee. Note: Experience with digital camera operations recommended. Bring digital SLR camera, lenses, flash, tripod and operating manual to class. Sec. 201 H40879H 6 sessions Arnold campus M 6:30-8:30 pm April 20-May 25 Elizabeth Conger PHO 356 NEW Mat and Frame Your Photographs Like A Pro Learn how to transform and enhance work by selecting the right mat and frame from a professional framer. Discover the importance of preserving paper art properly. Note: Bring a photograph no larger than 8-by-10 inches. Sec. 201 H40884H 1 session Arnold campus Tu 6:30-9 pm April 21 Donna Philips PHO 346 Digital Photography: Intermediate-Advanced Techniques Learn proven techniques to better your digital photography skills. Designed for the digital single-lens reflex (DSLR) camera. Topics include equipment, advanced exposure techniques, low-light situations and off-camera flash. Instructor will discuss action photography, close-up macro photography, tips for photographing people and travel, camera raw capture and raw file editing techniques. Enrollment limit 20. $156 includes $7 fee. Note: Prior knowledge of basic digital camera operation recommended or PHO 305 Basic Digital Camera Operations. Students supply their own digital single-lens reflex camera with manual override and memory card. Sec. 201 H40870H 6 sessions Arnold campus W 6:30-8:30 pm April 22-May 27 Steve Rosenbach PHO 358 Smartphone Photography Learn to optimize photographic skills and basic photography skills for smartphones. Identify common and uncommon features and practice using them in class. Explore apps to augment photography and editing. $37 includes $7 fee. Sec. 201 H40890H 1 session Arnold campus Sa 10 am-12:30 pm April 25 Tim Mazurek PHO 353 Basic Adobe Lightroom for Photographers Learn Lightroom s tools for consistent workflow from camera to quality output. Import, organize and retrieve pictures. Discover the tools to back up, convert from RAW, correct and control exposure and color. Enrollment limit: 16. $151 includes $7 fee. Prerequisite: PHO 305 Basic Digital Camera Operations or permission of instructor. Sec. 201 H40882H 6 sessions Arnold campus Th 6:30-9 pm May 7-June 11 Donald Dement PHO 340 Photographing Nature with Your Digital Camera Learn how to improve your outdoor photographs. Focus on landscapes, water, flowers, trees, insects and animals. Examine digital camera equipment, telephotography and macro photography. $100 includes $72 fee. 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