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1 Summer 2011 Course Schedule Book n Assigned registration begins April 19, 2011 n Summer semester begins June 4 n Register online at n May 1: Financial aid deadline n May 25: Admission deadline n June 1: Registration deadline

2 Start here. Get there. <INSERT HALF PAGE TRANSFER ARTICLE HERE> Lansing Community College provides students with a strong foundation to transfer to many four-year institutions throughout the state and across the country. If earning a bachelor s degree is the goal, beginning undergraduate studies at LCC is a smart way to start. LCC advantages include: n Affordable tuition n Small class sizes n Rigorous course offerings that prepare students for the university experience Students planning to transfer should consult with an LCC academic advisor to plan for maximum transferability of course work. The Academic Advising Center is located in the Gannon Building. Students are encouraged to contact the Admissions Office at the transfer institution of interest. It is the student s responsibility when transferring from LCC to be aware of the transfer institution s policies and program requirements. Transfer information may be obtained online at or by contacting the: LCC Academic Advising Center Gannon Building, Room 212 Telephone: (517) Fax: (517) Contents Contents Important Tuition Payment Information... 1 Campus Map... 2 Class Locations... 3 Funding Your Education... 4 How to Read Course Offerings... 5 Course Index Course Offerings Alternative Delivery Online Learning Online Courses Online/Hybrid Courses Off-Campus Learning Locations/Courses Weekend Courses Variable-Date and Late-Start Courses Community and Continuing Education Offerings Registration Calendar and Other Important Dates Assigned Web Registration Adding a Class Dropping a Class Refunds Tuition and Fees Payments (General Information) Payment Due Dates Methods of Payment Nelnet (FACTS) Installment Payment Plan Refund Process Class Schedule Worksheet Admission Information Campus Tours Academic Advising Center Online Advising Orientation Skills Assessment Waiver Eligibility Verification Courses Needing Pre-approval Prerequisites Registration Information Proof of Residency Registration Holds Student Identification Cards (StarCard) Parking (StarCard) Auditing Classes Registrar/Student Records State/Federal Laws Protect the Privacy of Your Records Financial Aid Veteran Services Web Registration Instructions Notification of Student Rights Under FERPA Directory of Campus Services Admission Application

3 Important tuition payment information A college policy involving tuition and fee payments requires all students to: n Pay tuition and fees in full. n Sign up for the Nelnet (FACTS) Installment Payment Plan (available to all students). n Sign up for the Nelnet (FACTS) Installment Pending Aid Payment Plan (available to financial aid students only). n Submit authorization (if an employer, high school or agency is sponsoring a student s education). This does not include financial aid. Students who do not complete one of the above options by their payment due date will be dropped from all of their classes. Payment due dates are based on the day a student registers. Payments are due by the payment due date listed on the student bill. Student bills will be available to view in Banner Student Self Service. Students will be notified by an sent to their LCC address each time a new bill is generated. After the semester begins payment is due in full within 24 hours. About Nelnet (FACTS) Payment Plan To help students meet their educational expenses, LCC offers Nelnet (FACTS) as a convenient budget plan. This is not a loan program. With this payment plan, students have no accumulated debt. There are no interest or finance charges assessed, and there is not a credit check required to participate. The cost to participate in the interest-free monthly payment plan is a $25 per semester, nonrefundable Nelnet (FACTS) enrollment fee. Students choosing to participate in the installment plan may pay for tuition and fees by either automatic bank payment or monthly credit card deduction using MasterCard, Discover or American Express. The Nelnet (FACTS) payment system will automatically withdraw a tuition payment on the fifth of each month from the bank account or credit card a student designates for the payment plan. For more information, visit lcc.edu/schedule. Click studentfinance/payment_ options.aspx for further details on payment plan deadlines and due dates. Register early! For the most current online information about course offerings go to: 1

4 West Campus (WCB) LCC East (EAST) St. Johns Clinton County Center Downtown Campus LCC East Livingston County Center (LIVCEN) Clinton County Center (STJCCC) Lansing East Lansing Livingston County Center West Campus Howell 402 Wright Road Howell, MI Downtown Campus 3 blocks west: corner of Chestnut and Saginaw Streets 1 - Paula D. Cunningham Administration Building (ADM) 2 - LCC Board Room 3 - Early Learning Children s Community (ELCC) 4 - Health and Human Services Building (HHS) 5 - LCC Parking Ramp (StarCard and Cash) 6 - Rogers-Carrier House (RCH) 7 - Herrmann Conference Center Complex (HCC) 8 - Dart Auditorium (DRT) 9 - Gannon Building (GB) 10 - Student Personnel Services (SPS) 11 - Abel B. Sykes, Jr. Technology and Learning Center (TLC) 12 - Arts and Sciences (A&S) 13 - Continental Building (CB) 14 - LCC Outside Amphitheater 15 - University Center (UC) 16 - North Capitol Ramp (StarCard and Cash) 17 - Academic and Office Facility (AOF) 18 - Washington Court Place (WCP) 19 - Shigematsu Memorial Garden B, F, G, H, J, L, M, W - Employee Parking Lots C - Child Care Parking Only D - Special Permit Parking Lot E - Accessible Parking Lot I - Student Employee Parking Lot F, U - Student Parking Lots Z - Special Permit/Accessible Parking Lot

5 S U M M E R S E M E S T E R 2011 Course Offerings Key to Class Locations ABBR. BUILDING NAME BUILDING ADDRESS CITY PHONE A&S Arts and Sciences (Main Campus) 419 Washington Square Lansing (517) AIS AIS Construction Equipment 3600 North Grand River Avenue Lansing (517) AKERS Akers Golf Course - MSU Mt Hope & South Harrison East Lansing (517) AVN Aviation Center (Airport) 3428 West Hangar Drive Lansing (517) CAMW Capital Area Michigan Works 2110 South Cedar Street Lansing (517) DAZY Flight Center (Aviation) 3410 West Hangar Drive Lansing (517) DRT Dart Auditorium (Main Campus) 500 North Capitol Avenue Lansing (517) EAST Lansing Community College East 2827 Eyde Parkway East Lansing (517) GB Gannon Building (Main Campus) 400 North Washington Square Lansing (517) HCNC Howell Conf and Nature Ctr 1005 Triangle Road Howell (517) HHS Health and Human Services Bldg (Main Campus) 515 North Washington Square Lansing (517) HMSW Howell Main Street Winery 201 West Grand River Avenue Howell (517) HOSP Various Hospitals LIVCEN Livingston Center at Parker 402 Wright Road Howell (517) OKCE Okemos Chippewa Middle School 4000 Okemos Road Okemos (517) ONLINE Internet ROYSCT Royal Scot Golf Course 4722 West Grand River Lansing (517) SPS Student Personal Services (Main Campus) 430 North Capitol Avenue Lansing (517) STJCCC St. Johns Clinton County Center 1013 South U.S. 27, Suite C St. Johns (517) SUMMIT The Summit 9410 Davis Highway Dimondale (517) TLC Technology and Learning Center (Main Campus) 400 North Capitol Avenue Lansing (517) WCB West Campus Building 5708 Cornerstone Drive Lansing (517) WKSITE Various Worksites WE VE GOT YOU COVERED... 15/31 L-Town Studios: Live studio sessions with in-depth, revealing interviews of Midwest performers on the rise. Featuring artists like UV Hippo Fridays, 9pm lcc.edu/tv Register early! For the most current online information about course offerings go to: 3

6 Funding Your Education Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) Getting help with paying for college starts with completing the online Free Application for Federal Student Aid, commonly known as the FAFSA. The federal student aid process includes entering data from a student s federal tax returns (or a dependent s parent s tax return) and other information through a secure federal Web site: FAFSA applicants will also be asked for a school code. Lansing Community College s school code is Providing this number on the application permits the federal government to release student FAFSA information to LCC. Personal Identification Number (PIN) A personal identification number (PIN) is a fourdigit number needed during the FAFSA application process. Anyone who has a valid Social Security Number and is a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen may apply for a PIN. You do not have to have a PIN prior to completing the FAFSA application. PINs are used as an electronic signature to sign the FAFSA. What s Next? LCC s Financial Aid Office then uses details from the completed FAFSA application to generate an award letter outlining student eligibility for grants (including Federal Pell grants and Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants), Federal Direct Student Loans, and work-study awards. The entire process can take four to eight weeks so apply early! Please note the Financial Aid Office may request additional information before determining your awards. You are expected to check your LCC and Banner Self Service account frequently to receive the most up-to-date financial aid communication and information. Staff members in LCC s Star Lab are available daily to answer questions and help students submit their FAFSA application. Applying for Summer Financial Aid? Summer semester financial aid students need to complete two seperate Federal applications. The results from the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) for & must be received by May 1, Students should electronically submit the FAFSA applications to the federal processor at least two weeks prior to the deadline to ensure that LCC s Financial Aid Office receives the FAFSA results. Register early! For the most current online information about course offerings go to: 4

7 How to Read Course Offerings The following course offering pages contain information you will need to register for all courses held on-campus and offcampus, as well as Learning Locations located within the LCC service area. Classes are listed alphabetically by subject area and include offerings that run eight (8) weeks (full semester) or less. For complete course information regarding Online Learning, Online/Hybrid, Weekend, and Variable Date options, refer to the Alternative Delivery section. For information regarding personal interest and enrichment offerings and noncredit continuing education, refer to the Community and Continuing Education section. Course Number Prerequisite Previous courses, skill levels, training or experience required for the course Course Title Start and End Dates CRN start and end dates. First class meeting is based on day of the week scheduled. Subject Area Pass/Fail (P/Z) This course is graded on a pass/fail basis Course Fee Course fee for the course. Variable fees by section will be identified in a course or CRN note. Course Note Offers further clarification on the course and/or CRN(s) CRN Note Offers further clarification for the CRN/section SAMPLE SAMP 050 Sample Course I Pass/Fail (P/Z) Course Fee: $7.00 Prerequisite: Minimum 2.0 in (SAMP101 or SAMP102) or concurrently Restriction: College Major Co-requisite Course: SAMP102 Recommended: Windows experience Course Note: This class requires Windows Vista and MS Word, MS Excel, and MS Access software for completing homework assignments Online 4.00/ /21-12/14 Arranged ONLINE Ropp R Lecture 4.00/ /21-12/14 MW 8:10am-10:00am A&S-383B Staff 11897: Requires Windows XP, all other sections require Windows Vista Lecture 4.00/ /21-12/14 MW 10:10am-12:00pm A&S-171 Smith S Lab/Lecture 4.00/ /16-12/14 TR 6:10pm-10:00pm A&S-383B Clark K E Lab 4.00/ /21-12/14 S 9:10am-1:00pm LIVCEN Werner J W CRN Course Reference Number used to register for section Schedule Type Delivery method for the CRN: Lab Lab/Lecture Lab/Lecture/Worksite Independent Study Lecture Lecture/Worksite Online Online/Hybrid Self-Paced Worksite Credit Hours The number of credit hours for the section Billing Hours Multiplier for determining tuition for the section Location See the Key to Class Locations to find out if a course is held on- or offcampus. Days and Times class or lab is in session M = Monday T = Tuesday W = Wednesday R = Thursday F = Friday S = Saturday U = Sunday Instructor Faculty member assigned at the time of the publication of this schedule. If Staff is indicated, a faculty member has not been assigned at the time of publication. E/W Evening or Weekend Session identified *E=Evening, W=Weekend 5

8 Course Index Subject Code Office Phone Page Accounting... ACCG... GB Administrative... ADMN... GB Aerospace Studies... AERO... A&S * Alternative Energy Eng Tech... AEET... WCB M Anatomy/Physiology... BIOL... A&S Anthropology... ANTH... A&S Apprentice Programs WCB M Architecture... ARCH... WCB M Art, Design and Multimedia... ARTS... GB ARTS 114, 145, 146, 190, 204, 205, 206, 221, Art History... HUMS... GB Art Seminars and Workshops... ARWS... LCCEAST Astronomy... ASTR... A&S Auto Body Collision Repair... AUTB... WCB M Automotive... AUTO... WCB M Aviation Maintenance: Airport Airframe Maintenance... AVAF Avionics... AVEL * General Maintenance... AVGM * Powerplant Maintenance... AVPP Aviation Flight: Airport Flight Training... AVFT Ground School... AVGS Simulator Training... AVST Biology... BIOL... A&S Building Maintenance... HVAC... WCB M Building Trades... BLDT... WCB M Business... BUSN... GB Chemistry... CHEM... A&S Child Development... CHDV... HHS Chinese... CHIN... GB * Civil Technology... CIVL... WCB M * Community Health Services Educ... CHSE... HHS Computer: Business Software... CABS... LCCEAST Computer Science... CPSC... A&S * Information Technology GB Applications... CITA Database... CITD Foundations... CITF Networking... CITN Programming... CITP Support... CITS Web... CITW Computer-Aided Drafting & Design (See Arch or Manuf Engr Techn Dsgn) Continuing Health Careers.... CHCE... LCCEAST * Corrections... CJUS... WCB M Criminal Justice... CJUS... WCB M Dance... DANC... GB (See also Physical Fitness and Wellness: Dance) Dental Hygiene... DENT... HHS Diagnostic Medical Sonography... IDMS... HHS Digital Media, Audio, Cinema... DMAC... GB Economics... ECON... GB Education... EDUC... A&S Electrical Technology... ELTE... WCB M Subject Code Office Phone Page Emergency Medical Services Seminars...EMSB...LCCEAST Emergency Medical Services Seminars (EMSB) courses have moved to Noncredit Health Education in the Community and Continuing Education section of the schedule book. See page 76 for offerings. Emergency Medical Technology...EMTA...HHS English...ENGL...A&S English for Speakers of Other Languages...ESOL...A&S Environmental Science...ENVR...A&S * Fashion...FASH...WCB M Film Production and Direction (See Digital Media, Audio, Cinema) Fire Science...FIRE...WCB M Foreign Language...GB (See Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Spanish) French...FREN...GB Geographic Information Systems...GRET...WCB M * Geography...GEOG...A&S Geology...GEOL...A&S * German...GRMN...GB Gerontology/Aging...GERO...HHS * Gerontology Related Seminars...GERO...HHS * Government...POLS...A&S Heat, Ventilation and Air Conditioning...HVAC...WCB M Heavy Equipment Operator Training...HEOT...WCB M * Repair Technician...HERT...WCB M History...HIST...A&S Histotechnology...SCIS...A&S * Honors...HONR...A&S Horticulture...HORT...WCB M Hospitality Management and Food Service...HMFS...GB Human Services...HUSE...HHS Humanities...HUMS...A&S Insurance...INSU...GB * Integrated Science...ISCI...A&S * Interior Design...INTR...WCB M Japanese...JAPN...GB Journalism...JRNL...A&S * Kinesiology (also see Phys Fit)...PFKN...GB Labor Relations...LABR...GB * Landscape Architecture...LAND...WCB M Law Enforcement...CJUS...WCB M Legal Assistant/Paralegal...LEGL...GB Liberal Studies Special Topics...LBST...A&S * Linguistics...LING...GB * Literature...ENGL...A&S Management...MGMT...GB Manufacturing Engineering Technology -...WCB M Design...METD Machining...METM... * Systems...METS Manufacturing Maint (See Manufacturing Engineering Technology-Systems) Marketing...MKTG...GB Massage...MASG...HHS Mathematics...MATH...A&S (See also Statistics and Computer Science) * Not offered this semester / 6

9 Students should be prepared to use computer technology in their coursework, including gaining regular access to the ANGEL course site associated with each class. Every section at LCC has an ANGEL site associated with it that may be used by the instructor as a mandatory part of the class. ANGEL can be accessed from any computer with an Internet connection with Firefox 3.0 and above or Internet Explorer 7 and above, including computers in the College s computer lab, TLC 100. For more information regarding training options and technical support please visit Subject Code Office Phone Page Media Technology (See Digital Media, Audio, Cinema) Microbiology... BIOL... A&S Military Science... MILS... A&S * Motion Picture Technology (See Digital Media, Audio, Cinema) Music... MUSC... GB Nanotechnology... NANO... A&S * Noncredit Community Education... NCCE... LCCEAST Nursing... NURS... HHS Office Administration (See Administrative) Paramedic... PARA... HHS Performing Arts (See Dance, Music, Stage Technology, and Theater) Philosophy... PHIL... A&S Photography Technology... PHOT... GB Physical Fitness and Wellness: GB Aquatics... PFAQ Dance... PFDA Fitness/Physical Conditioning... PFFT Health/Fitness Wellness Educ... PFHW Kinesiology... PFKN Team and Individual Sports... PFSP Weight Training... PFWT Physics... PHYS... A&S Political Science... POLS... A&S Precision Machine/Manufacturing Technology (See Manufacturing Engineering Technology Machining) Psychology... PSYC... A&S Radiologic Technology... IRXT... HHS Reading... READ... A&S Real Estate... REAL... GB Religion... RELG... A&S Residential Building... BLDT... WCB M ROTC (See Aerospace Studies, Military Science) Science A&S (See Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Technology, Geology, Integrated Science, Nanotechnology, Physics) Science Technology Internship... SCIN... A&S Secretarial... ADMN... GB Sign Language... SIGN... A&S Social Work... SOWK... HHS * Sociology... SOCL... A&S Spanish... SPAN... GB Speech Communication... SPCH... GB Stage Technology... STEC... GB * Statistics... STAT... A&S Student Development... SDEV... A&S Surgical Technology... SURG... HHS Theatre... THEA... GB Travel and Tourism... TRVL... GB Truck Driver Training... TDTP... WCB M Welding Technology... WELD... WCB M Writing... WRIT WRIT A&S WRIT A&S Business and Community Institute.... WCB M Community and Continuing Education.... LCCEAST Health and Human Services Division... HHS Allied Health and Human Services Dept... HHS Community Health and Nursing Dept... HHS Physical Fitness and Wellness Dept.... GB Arts and Sciences Division.... A&S Business and Economics Dept... GB Center for Transitional Learning... A&S Communication, Media, and the Arts Dept... GB English Dept... A&S Mathematics and Computer Science Dept... A&S Science Dept... A&S Social Science and Humanities Dept... A&S Online Learning.... TLC Technical Careers Division.... WCB M Applied Manufacturing and Technology.... WCB M Computer Information Technologies... GB Design and Construction Technologies.... WCB M Public Service Careers... WCB M Transportation Maintenance Technologies... WCB M Utility and Energy Systems.... WCB M * Not offered this semester / 7

10 ACCG100 Practical Accounting Non-Major Accounting Prerequisite: Reading Level 4 and Math Level Online 3.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE Sorovigas S Lecture 3.00/ /04-08/01 TR 6:10pm-9:00pm GB-327 Lilley R E ACCG101 Accounting Info for Management Prerequisite: Reading Level 4 and Math Level Online 3.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE Sorovigas S ACCG160 Payroll Systems and Taxes Prerequisite: Reading Level 4 and Math Level 4 Recommended: ACCG 100 or equivalent work experience Online 2.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE Fox K Lecture 2.00/ /04-08/01 MW 6:10pm-8:00pm GB-307 Barnes M E ACCG161 Accounting with Quickbooks Course Fee: $15 Prerequisite: Reading Level 4 and Math Level 4 Recommended: ACCG 100 or equivalent course coursework or equivalent work experience Lecture 2.00/ /04-08/01 TR 4:10pm-6:00pm GB-175 Lilley R E Lecture 2.00/ /04-08/01 MW 6:10pm-8:00pm GB-175 Putnam C E ACCG210 Principles of Accounting I Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Math Level Online 4.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE Sorovigas S Lecture 4.00/ /04-08/01 MW 8:10am-12:00pm GB-307 Trebesh H Lecture 4.00/ /04-08/01 MW 6:10pm-10:00pm GB-178 Trebesh M E Lecture 4.00/ /04-08/01 TR 6:10pm-10:00pm GB-307 Llano G E ACCG211 Principles of Accounting II Prerequisite: Minimum 2.0 in ACCG 210 and Reading Level 5 and Math Level 4 Recommended: Intermediate Algebra or higher Online 4.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE Walczak P Lecture 4.00/ /04-08/01 TR 6:10pm-10:00pm GB-178 LaCharite M E ACCG240 Federal Income Tax I Prerequisite: Minimum 2.0 in ACCG 210 and Reading Level 5 and Math Level Online 4.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE Barnes M ACCG260 Accounting Systems Course Fee: $15 Prerequisite: Minimum 2.0 in ACCG 211 and Reading Level 5 and Math Level 4 Recommended: Keyboarding experience Lecture 4.00/ /04-08/01 TR 5:10pm-9:00pm A&S-172 Walczak P E ACCG271 Principles of Finance Prerequisite: Minimum 2.0 in ACCG 211 and Reading Level 5 and Math Level Lecture 3.00/ /04-08/01 TR 6:10pm-9:00pm GB-176 Putnam C E Administrative ADMN102 Editing Business Documents Course Fee: $15 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 4 Recommended: ADMN 103 and WRIT 114 and Keyboarding 25 wpm Online 3.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE Casby E / *E=Evening, W=Weekend 8

11 ADMN103 Beginning Keyboarding Course Fee: $15 Recommended: Reading Level 5 and Writing Level Online 2.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE Silsby J Lecture 2.00/ /04-08/01 MW 5:40pm-7:30pm A&S-023 Thomas C E ADMN105 Employability Skills Course Fee: $10 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Writing Level Online 1.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE Hall J Online 1.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE Lane J ADMN195 Human Relations in Work Place Course Fee: $15 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Writing Level Online/Hybrid 2.00/ /04-08/01 W 5:40pm-7:30pm GB-132 Silsby J E 06/04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE ADMN197 Medical Practice Vocabulary Course Fee: $15 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Writing Level Online 3.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE Barker J Online 3.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE Barker J Alternative Energy Eng Tech For additional Alternative Energy/Alternative Fuel courses, please see the Automotive section of the schedule book. Look for AUTO 260. AEET102 Prin of Altern/Renew Energies Course Fee: $25 Prerequisite: Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 4 and Math Level Online 4.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE Huberty S Lecture 4.00/ /04-08/01 TR 6:10pm-10:00pm WCB-W164 Harvey L E Lecture 4.00/ /04-08/01 MW 6:10pm-10:00pm EAST Harvey L E AEET216 Solar Energy Technologies Course Fee: $75 Prerequisite: Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 4 and Math Level Lab/Lecture 3.00/ /04-08/01 MW 1:10pm-5:00pm WCB-W164 Hanley J ANTH270 Cultural Anthropology Anthropology Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Writing Level Online 3.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE Adleman S Online 3.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE Adleman S Architecture ARCH100 Intro to Architectural Drawing Course Fee: $35 Prerequisite: Math Level 3 Recommended: MATH 050 or concurrently Lab/Lecture 3.00/ /04-08/01 MW 6:10pm-10:00pm WCB-U239 Fox T E ARCH110 Visual Communications I Course Fee: $25 Prerequisite: Minimum 2.0 in (ARCH 100 or concurrently) or Architectural Drafting Placement Test 80% Lab/Lecture 3.00/ /04-08/01 MW 1:10pm-5:00pm WCB-U239 Bennett C Course fee for this CRN is $100. *E=Evening, W=Weekend 9

12 ARCH233 Revit Architecture BIM Course Fee: $160 Prerequisite: Minimum 2.0 in (ARCH 114 or ARCH 210) Online 4.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE Hussein T Art Seminars and Workshops ARWS120 Basic Drawing Pass/Fail (P/Z) Course Note: Cost of these seminars is $139. If you have any questions, call Community and Continuing Education at (517) Lecture 1.00/ /04-08/01 T 6:40pm-9:30pm EAST Ferguson J E 91042: Uses the college standard refunding rules Lecture 1.00/ /04-08/01 W 9:10am-12:00pm GB-150 Staff 91043: Uses the college standard refunding rules Lecture 1.00/ /16-07/21 R 6:10pm-10:00pm LIVCEN Schippers M E 91097: Uses the Community and Education refunding rules. ARWS136 Intro to Adobe Illustrator Pass/Fail (P/Z) Course Note: Cost of these seminars is $129. If you have any questions, call Community and Continuing Education at (517) Lecture 1.00/ /26-08/04 TR 6:10pm-10:00pm LIVCEN Davis-Gomez M E ARWS137 Intro to Adobe Photoshop Pass/Fail (P/Z) Course Note: Cost of these seminars is $129. If you have any questions, call Community and Continuing Education at (517) Lecture 1.00/ /15-06/22 W 8:10am-5:00pm LIVCEN Pominville S Lecture 1.00/ /07-06/16 TR 6:10pm-10:00pm TLC-111 Benallack J E Lecture 1.00/ /30-07/07 R 8:10am-5:00pm LIVCEN Pominville S Lecture 1.00/ /11-07/14 MTWR 6:10pm-10:00pm EAST Teague T E Lecture 1.00/ /12-07/19 T 8:10am-5:00pm LIVCEN Pominville S ARWS141 Watercolor Workshop Pass/Fail (P/Z) Course Note: Cost of this seminar is $139. If you have any questions, call Community and Continuing Education at (517) Lecture 1.00/ /04-08/01 R 6:40pm-9:30pm EAST Ferguson J E Lecture 1.00/ /04-08/01 T 2:40pm-5:30pm EAST Ferguson J Lecture 1.00/ /14-07/07 TR 6:10pm-9:00pm LIVCEN Marshall S E ARWS145 Landscape Painting & Drawing Pass/Fail (P/Z) Course Note: Cost of this seminar is $139. If you have any questions, call Community and Continuing Education at (517) Lecture 1.00/ /04-08/01 M 9:10am-12:00pm GB-150 Staff Lecture 1.00/ /14-07/07 TR 12:10pm-3:00pm LIVCEN Marshall S Art, Design and Multimedia ARTS102 Design & Communication Course Fee: $30 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 Recommended: Computer experience Course Note: This course uses Adobe Photoshop on Macintosh computers. Online students are required to have semester-long access to Adobe Photoshop CS5 to complete their assignments. Students may access this software in the LCC TLC 100 Computer Lab. Access to a Wacom Intuos or Bamboo Digital Drawing Tablet is highly recommended Online 3.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE Bishop L Online 3.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE Bishop L Lab/Lecture 3.00/ /04-08/01 MW 9:10am-1:00pm GB-108 Grinwis D Lab/Lecture 3.00/ /04-08/01 TR 1:10pm-5:00pm GB-108 Brogan C Lab/Lecture 3.00/ /04-08/01 MW 6:10pm-10:00pm GB-108 Davis-Gomez M E *E=Evening, W=Weekend 10

13 ARTS114 Oriental Watercolor Course Fee: $ Lecture 2.00/ /04-08/01 TR 6:10pm-9:00pm GB-149 Brogan C E 91041: Uses the college standard refunding rules. If you have any questions, call Community and Continuing Education at (517) ARTS131 Drawing I Course Fee: $10 Prerequisite: Minimum 2.5 in (ARTS 102 or FASH 110 or INTR110) or concurrently and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level Lab/Lecture 3.00/ /04-08/01 MW 1:10pm-5:00pm GB-150 Johnson D ARTS132 Figure Drawing Course Fee: $70 Prerequisite: Minimum 2.5 in ARTS 131 and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level Lab/Lecture 3.00/ /04-08/01 TR 9:10am-1:00pm GB-151 Staff ARTS151 Color & Illustration Course Fee: $110 Prerequisite: Minimum 2.5 in (ARTS 102 and ARTS 131) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 Course Note: This course uses Corel Painter 11 software on Macintosh computers Lab/Lecture 3.00/ /04-08/01 TR 1:10pm-5:00pm GB-114 Darnell K ARTS162 Type Communications Course Fee: $100 Prerequisite: Minimum 2.5 in ARTS 102 or concurrently and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 Course Note: Internet students are required to have semester-long access to Adobe Illustrator CS5. Students have access to this software in the LCC TLC 100 Computer Lab Lab/Lecture 3.00/ /04-08/01 MW 9:10am-1:00pm GB-112 Staff ARTS171 Comp Graphics/Digital Imaging Course Fee: $110 Prerequisite: Minimum 2.5 in (ARTS 102 or FASH 110 or INTR 110 or PHOT 118) or concurrently and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 Course Note: Adobe Photoshop CS5 software is used. Internet students are required to have semester-long access to Adobe Photoshop CS4 and a flatbed scanner to complete their assignments. Students have access to these in the LCC TLC Computer Lab Lab/Lecture 3.00/ /04-08/01 TR 9:10am-1:00pm GB-112 Teague T ARTS173 Computer Graphics/Web Design Course Fee: $115 Prerequisite: Minimum 2.5 in ARTS 171 or concurrently and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 Course Note: This course uses Adobe Dreamweaver CS Lab/Lecture 3.00/ /04-08/01 TR 2:10pm-6:00pm GB-116 Reish M ARTS175 Creative Design and Publishing Course Fee: $100 Prerequisite: Minimum 2.5 in (ARTS 102 and ARTS 162) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 Course Note: Adobe InDesign CS5 software on Apple Macintosh computers is used. Internet students are required to have semester-long access to Adobe InDesign CS5 software. Students have access to these in the LCC TLC Computer Lab Lab/Lecture 3.00/ /04-08/01 MW 1:10pm-5:00pm GB-112 Conklin C ARTS200 Painting I Course Fee: $10 Course Note: Students purchase own art supplies and materials (approx. $150) Lab/Lecture 3.00/ /04-08/01 MW 6:10pm-10:00pm GB-150 Brogan C E ARTS201 Painting II Course Fee: $10 Prerequisite: Minimum 2.5 in ARTS 200 Course Note: Students purchase own art supplies and materials (approx. $150) Lab/Lecture 3.00/ /04-08/01 MW 6:10pm-10:00pm GB-150 Brogan C E ARTS240 Art for Elementary Teachers Course Fee: $20 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 Recommended: EDUC 201 and EDUC 220 Course Note: EDUC201 and EDUC220 are prerequisites for transfer of this course to Central Michigan University Lab/Lecture 3.00/ /04-08/01 MW 8:10am-12:00pm GB-149 Weber E *E=Evening, W=Weekend 11

14 ARTS281 Art Internship Pass/Fail (P/Z) Prerequisite: Department Approval Worksite 3.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged GB-131 Staff Astronomy ASTR201 Introductory Astronomy Course Fee: $25 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 and (Math Level 5 or MATH 107 concurrently) Online 4.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE Bjarki O Online 4.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE Bjarki O Online 4.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE Schlaack R Lab/Lecture 4.00/ /04-08/01 MR 9:10am-12:00pm A&S-458 Schlaack R 06/04-08/01 W 9:10am-1:00pm A&S-458 Auto Body Collision Repair AUTB114 Auto Body Welding and Cutting Course Fee: $275 Prerequisite: Minimum 2.0 in (AUTO 100 or concurrently) and Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2 and Math Level 3 Recommended: Evidence of mechanical ability Lab/Lecture 5.00/ /04-08/01 MW 8:10am-12:00pm WCB-E141 Staff 06/04-08/01 MW 1:10pm-5:00pm WCB-E141 AUTB160 Adv Auto Body Repair/Painting Course Fee: $275 Prerequisite: Minimum 2.0 in (AUTB 114 and AUTB 118) Lab 4.00/ /04-08/01 SU 8:10am-12:00pm WCB-E141 Staff W 06/04-08/01 SU 1:10pm-5:00pm WCB-E141 AUTB162 Collision Repair Internship Prerequisite: Department Approval Recommended: Evidence of mechanical ability Worksite 3.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged WCB-M103 Franks D Automotive AUTO100 Automotive Service I Course Fee: $65 Prerequisite: Reading Level 3 and Writing Level 2 and Math Level 3 Course Note: Students need to bring their own safety glasses and dress in appropriate work clothes to start working in the lab on the first day of class Lab/Lecture 3.00/ /04-08/01 MW 6:10pm-10:00pm WCB-E139 Staff E Lab/Lecture 3.00/ /04-08/01 TR 6:10pm-10:00pm WCB-E139 Staff E AUTO133 Small Engine Repair Course Fee: $100 Course Note: Students need to bring their own safety glasses and dress in appropriate work clothes to start working in the lab on the first day of class Lab/Lecture 3.00/ /04-08/01 MW 6:10pm-10:00pm WCB-E137.3 Staff E AUTO140 Automotive Brakes Course Fee: $100 Prerequisite: Minimum 2.0 in AUTO 110 or concurrently Course Note: Students need to bring their own safety glasses and dress in appropriate work clothes to start working in the lab on the first day of class Lab/Lecture 3.00/ /04-08/01 TR 6:10pm-10:00pm WCB-E137.7 Staff E *E=Evening, W=Weekend 12

15 AUTO150 Auto Steering & Suspension Course Fee: $100 Prerequisite: Minimum 2.0 in AUTO 100 or concurrently Course Note: Students need to bring their own safety glasses and dress in appropriate work clothes to start working in the lab on the first day of class Lab/Lecture 3.00/ /04-08/01 MW 6:10pm-10:00pm WCB-E137.7 Staff E AUTO160 Auto Heating/Air Conditioning Course Fee: $150 Prerequisite: Minimum 2.0 in (AUTO110 or HERT101) Course Note: Students need to bring their own safety glasses and dress in appropriate work clothes to start working in the lab on the first day of class Lab/Lecture 3.00/ /04-08/01 TR 1:10pm-5:00pm WCB-E139 Staff AUTO195 Motorcycle Service Course Fee: $60 Prerequisite: Reading Level 3 Recommended: Evidence of mechanical ability Lecture 3.00/ /04-08/01 MR 6:10pm-10:00pm WCB-E137.4 Reiner L E AUTO260 Intro to Alternative Fuels Course Fee: $70 Prerequisite: Minimum 2.0 in (AUTO 130 and AUTO 225) Course Note: Students need to bring their own safety glasses and dress in appropriate work clothes to start working in the lab on the first day of class Online 2.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE Staff AUTO280 Automotive Service Laboratory Prerequisite: Department Approval Lab 4.00/ /04-08/01 MW 8:10am-12:00pm WCB-E137.2 Staff 06/04-08/01 MW 1:10pm-5:00pm WCB-E : Course fee for this CRN is $100. AUTO285 Automotive Internship Prerequisite: Department Approval Worksite 3.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged WCB-M103 Argersinger M Aviation Airframe Maintenance AVAF127 Aircraft Systems III Course Fee: $180 Prerequisite: Department Approval Lab/Lecture 3.00/ /04-08/01 RF 8:10am-12:00pm AVN-112 Kugel R AVAF134 Aircraft Instruments Course Fee: $140 Prerequisite: Department Approval Lab/Lecture 2.00/ /04-08/01 M 8:10am-1:30pm AVN-112 Walton K AVAF212 Aircraft Electrical II Course Fee: $330 Prerequisite: Department Approval Lab/Lecture 4.00/ /04-08/01 T 8:10am-2:10pm AVN-112 Palmer J 06/04-08/01 W 8:10am-1:30pm AVN-112 Aviation Flight Training The Flight Training courses are offered in an open-entry format. Registration for an open-entry section is anytime during a current semester. Space is limited. Please contact the Aviation Technology Center at (517) for details. AVFT201A Flight Training I-A Course Fee: $3,181 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Department Approval Self-Paced 2.50/ /19-08/01 Arranged DAZY-101 Staff *E=Evening, W=Weekend 13

16 AVFT201B Flight Training I-B Course Fee: $3,181 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Department Approval Self-Paced 2.50/ /19-08/01 Arranged DAZY-101 Staff AVFT201C Flight Training I-C Course Fee: $3,493 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Department Approval Self-Paced 2.50/ /19-08/01 Arranged DAZY-101 Staff AVFT202A Flight Training II-A Course Fee: $4,056 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Department Approval Self-Paced 2.50/ /19-08/01 Arranged DAZY-101 Staff AVFT202B Flight Training II-B Course Fee: $4,056 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Department Approval Self-Paced 2.50/ /19-08/01 Arranged DAZY-101 Staff AVFT203A Flight Training III-A Course Fee: $4,056 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Department Approval Self-Paced 3.00/ /19-08/01 Arranged DAZY-101 Staff AVFT203B Flight Training III-B Course Fee: $4,681 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Department Approval Self-Paced 3.00/ /19-08/01 Arranged DAZY-101 Staff AVFT204A Flight Training IV-A Course Fee: $4,681 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Department Approval Self-Paced 2.50/ /19-08/01 Arranged DAZY-101 Staff AVFT204B Flight Training IV-B Course Fee: $4,081 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Department Approval Self-Paced 2.50/ /19-08/01 Arranged DAZY-101 Staff AVFT205 CFI Flight Training Course Fee: $5,140 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Department Approval Self-Paced 3.50/ /19-08/01 Arranged DAZY-101 Staff AVFT206 Instrument Instructor Course Fee: $2,320 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Department Approval Self-Paced 2.50/ /19-08/01 Arranged DAZY-101 Staff AVFT207 Multi-Engine Flight Training Course Fee: $4,818 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Department Approval Self-Paced 1.50/ /19-08/01 Arranged DAZY-101 Staff AVFT208 Multi-Engine Instructor Course Fee: $3,288 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Department Approval Self-Paced 1.50/ /19-08/01 Arranged DAZY-101 Staff AVFT212 Aviation Special Topics Pass/Fail (P/Z) Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Department Approval Student/Instructor Flight Self-Paced 0.25/ /19-08/01 Arranged DAZY-101 Staff *E=Evening, W=Weekend 14

17 Aviation Ground School AVGS101 Private Pilot Ground School Course Fee: $50 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 Recommended: SDEV Lecture 4.00/ /04-08/01 TR 6:10pm-10:00pm AVN-112 Staff E Aviation Powerplant Maint AVPP261 Turbine Engine II Course Fee: $390 Prerequisite: Department Approval Lab/Lecture 4.00/ /04-08/01 F 8:10am-1:20pm AVN-116 Palmer J 06/04-08/01 R 8:10am-2:00pm AVN-116 AVPP263 Turbine Engine Systems Course Fee: $170 Prerequisite: Department Approval Lab/Lecture 2.00/ /04-08/01 M 8:10am-1:30pm AVN-117 Bartolovich J AVPP265 Powerplant Instruments Course Fee: $150 Prerequisite: Department Approval Lab/Lecture 2.00/ /04-08/01 W 8:10am-1:20pm AVN-117 Bartolovich J AVPP267 Powerplant Certification Course Fee: $100 Prerequisite: Department Approval Lab/Lecture 1.00/ /04-08/01 T 8:10am-11:00am AVN-117 Walton K Aviation Simulator Training The Simulator Training courses are offered in an open-entry format. Registration for an open-entry section is anytime during a current semester. Space is limited. Please contact the Aviation Technology Center at (517) for details. AVST211 Flight Simulator I Course Fee: $790 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Department Approval Self-Paced 1.00/ /19-08/01 Arranged DAZY-101 Staff AVST212 Flight Simulator II Course Fee: $790 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Department Approval Self-Paced 1.00/ /19-08/01 Arranged DAZY-101 Staff AVST213 Flight Simulator III Course Fee: $790 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Department Approval Self-Paced 1.00/ /19-08/01 Arranged DAZY-101 Staff AVST214 Flight Simulator IV Course Fee: $790 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Department Approval Self-Paced 1.00/ /19-08/01 Arranged DAZY-101 Staff AVST215 Multi-Engine Flight Simulator Course Fee: $790 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Department Approval Self-Paced 1.00/ /19-08/01 Arranged DAZY-101 Staff *E=Evening, W=Weekend 15

18 Biology BIOL120 Environmental Science Course Fee: $35 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Writing Level Online 4.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE Chamberlain L Online 4.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE LaCommare K Online 4.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE Clark L Online 4.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE Heaton S Online 4.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE Wasilevich M Lab/Lecture 4.00/ /04-08/01 MW 9:10am-12:00pm A&S-463 Fiedler A 06/04-08/01 TR 9:10am-12:00pm A&S Lab/Lecture 4.00/ /04-08/01 MW 1:10pm-4:00pm A&S-463 Hansen M 06/04-08/01 TR 1:10pm-4:00pm A&S Lab/Lecture 4.00/ /04-08/01 MW 5:40pm-8:30pm A&S-463 Wagner M E 06/04-08/01 TR 5:40pm-8:30pm A&S Online/Hybrid 4.00/ /04-08/01 MW 6:10pm-9:00pm A&S-010 Staton E E 06/04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE 90751: This is a combined face-to-face and online section Online/Hybrid 4.00/ /04-08/01 TR 6:10pm-9:00pm EAST Luzkow S E 06/04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE 90291: This is a combined face-to-face and online section Online/Hybrid 4.00/ /04-08/01 MW 9:10am-12:00pm LIVCEN Paine A 06/04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE 90892: This is a combined face-to-face and online section. BIOL121 Biol Foundation for Physiology Course Fee: $30 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 and Math Level 4 Recommended: CHEM 120 or High School Chemistry Online 4.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE Wagner R Online 4.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE Robinson K Lab/Lecture 4.00/ /04-08/01 MW 8:10am-11:00am A&S-409 Melkerson-Watson 06/04-08/01 TR 8:10am-11:00am A&S Online/Hybrid 4.00/ /04-08/01 TR 9:10am-12:00pm A&S-477B Klaviter E 06/04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE This is a combined face-to-face and online section Lab/Lecture 4.00/ /04-08/01 MW 11:10am-2:00pm A&S-409 Kavanagh T 06/04-08/01 TR 11:10am-2:00pm A&S-477A Lab/Lecture 4.00/ /04-08/01 MW 3:10pm-6:00pm A&S-409 Staff 06/04-08/01 TR 3:10pm-6:00pm A&S-477A Online/Hybrid 4.00/ /04-08/01 MW 9:10am-12:00pm LIVCEN Kassuba B 06/04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE 90759: This is a combined face-to-face and online section. BIOL127 Cell Biology Course Fee: $40 Prerequisite: (Minimum 2.0 in CHEM 120) or (Minimum 2.0 in CHEM 151 or concurrently) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 and Math Level Online/Hybrid 4.00/ /04-08/01 TR 12:10pm-3:00pm A&S-409 Wilson M 06/04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE This is a combined face-to-face and online section Lab/Lecture 4.00/ /04-08/01 MW 8:40am-11:30am A&S-378 Halgren R 06/04-08/01 TR 8:40am-11:30am A&S Lab/Lecture 4.00/ /04-08/01 MW 3:10pm-6:00pm A&S-024 Wohlwill A 06/04-08/01 TR 3:10pm-6:00pm A&S-409 *E=Evening, W=Weekend 16

19 BIOL128 Organismal Biology Course Fee: $40 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 and Math Level Lab/Lecture 4.00/ /04-08/01 MW 9:10am-12:00pm A&S-417 Davenport K 06/04-08/01 TR 9:10am-12:00pm A&S-417 BIOL145 Intro Anatomy and Physiology Course Fee: $40 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 and Math Level Lab/Lecture 4.00/ /04-08/01 MW 8:10am-11:00am A&S-009 Brundage M 06/04-08/01 TR 8:10am-10:00am A&S Online/Hybrid 4.00/ /04-08/01 F 8:10am-12:00pm A&S-421 Noyer J 06/04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE 90301: This is a combined face-to-face and online section Online/Hybrid 4.00/ /04-08/01 F 12:10pm-4:00pm A&S-421 Noyer J 06/04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE 90303: This is a combined face-to-face and online section. BIOL201 Human Anatomy Course Fee: $40 Prerequisite: (Minimum 2.0 in BIOL 121 or BIOL 127 or CHEM 120 or passing score on Health Biology Proficiency Test) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 and Math Level Lab/Lecture 4.00/ /04-08/01 MTWR 8:10am-9:30am A&S-121 Ocello P 06/04-08/01 MTWR 9:40am-11:00am A&S Lab/Lecture 4.00/ /04-08/01 MTWR 10:40am-12:00pm A&S-423 Dery J 06/04-08/01 MTWR 9:10am-10:30am A&S Lab/Lecture 4.00/ /04-08/01 MTWR 12:10pm-1:30pm A&S-427 Klimecky S 06/04-08/01 MTWR 1:40pm-3:00pm A&S Lab/Lecture 4.00/ /04-08/01 MTWR 1:10pm-2:30pm A&S-009 Mink P 06/04-08/01 MTWR 2:40pm-4:00pm A&S Lab/Lecture 4.00/ /04-08/01 MTWR 6:10pm-7:30pm A&S-423 Ortiz J E 06/04-08/01 MTWR 7:40pm-9:00pm A&S Online/Hybrid 4.00/ /04-08/01 MW 1:10pm-4:00pm EAST Armstrong J 06/04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE 90754: This is a combined face-to-face and online section Online/Hybrid 4.00/ /04-08/01 MW 6:10pm-9:00pm EAST Schiess L E 06/04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE 90310: This is a combined face-to-face and online section Online/Hybrid 4.00/ /04-08/01 MW 6:10pm-9:00pm LIVCEN Jordan B E 06/04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE 90757: This is a combined face-to-face and online section. BIOL202 Human Physiology Course Fee: $40 Prerequisite: Minimum 2.0 in BIOL 201 and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 and Math Level Lab/Lecture 4.00/ /04-08/01 MW 8:10am-10:00am A&S-421 Marschall C 06/04-08/01 MWF 10:10am-12:00pm A&S-477B Lab/Lecture 4.00/ /04-08/01 MW 10:10am-12:00pm A&S-421 Ahammad Sahib K 06/04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE Lab/Lecture 4.00/ /04-08/01 MW 3:10pm-5:00pm A&S-421 Nityanand S 06/04-08/01 MWF 1:10pm-3:00pm A&S-477A Lab/Lecture 4.00/ /04-08/01 MW 6:10pm-8:00pm A&S-421 Clayton A E 06/04-08/01 TR 6:10pm-9:00pm A&S-477B *E=Evening, W=Weekend 17

20 BIOL203 Microbiology Prerequisite: (Minimum 2.0 in BIOL 121 or BIOL 127 or CHEM 120 or passing score on Health Biology Proficiency Test) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 and Math Level Online 3.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE Musser A Lecture 3.00/ /04-08/01 MTWR 9:10am-10:30am A&S-477A Lopez S Lecture 3.00/ /04-08/01 MTWR 10:10am-11:30am A&S-369 Musser A Lecture 3.00/ /04-08/01 MTWR 12:40pm-2:00pm A&S-477B Berry M Lecture 3.00/ /04-08/01 MTWR 4:10pm-5:30pm A&S-477B Mayotte T E BIOL204 Microbiology Laboratory Course Fee: $45 Prerequisite: Minimum 2.0 in BIOL 203 or concurrently Lab 1.00/ /04-08/01 MTWR 7:40am-9:00am A&S-411 Lopez S Lab 1.00/ /04-08/01 MTWR 2:10pm-3:30pm A&S-411 Berry M Lab 1.00/ /04-08/01 MTWR 6:10pm-7:30pm A&S-411 Mayotte T E BIOL214 Human Anatomy Laboratory Course Fee: $10 Prerequisite: (Minimum 2.0 in BIOL 121 or BIOL 127 or CHEM 120 or passing score on Health Biology Proficiency Test) and Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 and Math Level 4 Course Note: This course may serve as a co-requisite for BIOL 202 if transfer credit for a non-laboratory based anatomy class otherwise equivalent to BIOL 201 has been completed. Contact the Science Department for details at (517) Online 1.00/ /04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE Brantley B 06/04-08/01 Arranged ONLINE BIOL229 Nature Study for Educators Course Fee: $35 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 and Math Level 4 Recommended: ISCI Lab/Lecture 4.00/ /04-08/01 MTWR 9:10am-12:00pm A&S-475 Hart S 90322: BIOL 229 may be taken as a 4-credit course or as individual modules (BIOL 229A, B, C and/or D). BIOL229A Nature Study for Educ: Forest Course Fee: $10 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 and Math Level 4 and Department Approval Recommended: ISCI Lab/Lecture 1.00/ /05-07/14 MTWR 9:10am-12:00pm A&S-475 Hart S BIOL229B Nature Study for Educ:Aquatics Course Fee: $10 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 and Math Level 4 and Department Approval Recommended: ISCI Lab/Lecture 1.00/ /19-08/01 MTWR 9:10am-12:00pm A&S-475 Hart S BIOL229C Nature Stdy for Edu:Open Field Course Fee: $10 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 and Math Level 4 and Department Approval Recommended: ISCI Lab/Lecture 1.00/ /20-06/30 MTWR 9:10am-12:00pm A&S-475 Hart S BIOL229D Nature Stdy for Ed:Integration Course Fee: $10 Prerequisite: Reading Level 5 and Writing Level 6 and Math Level 4 and Department Approval Recommended: ISCI Lab/Lecture 1.00/ /06-06/16 MTWR 9:10am-12:00pm A&S-475 Hart S *E=Evening, W=Weekend 18

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