1 college community Giving Back Yoshida Family Shows Gratitude with Million-Dollar Gift PAGE 29 MHCC Staff Contribute for Student Scholarships PAGE 1 Barney the Saint Bernard Returns to MHCC! PAGE 30 COLLEGE CREDIT COURSES PAGES 3 11 NON-CREDIT COURSES PAGES Volume 5.2 Winter 2015 Register NOW for Winter Term!
2 be enrolled President Debra Derr Board of Directors Paul Capell Robert Coen Susie Jones Diane Noriega Todd Sloan George Sonny Yellott James Zordich PUBLISHED BY THE OFFICE OF COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT Graphic Design Cassandra Walters Glenn Wright Contributors Al Sigala Jarrod Hogue Kimberly Murray Photography Glenn Wright Cover: Junki and Linda Yoshida of The Yoshida Group (story on page 29) Register for Winter Classes Today! Information to get you started: To get started at MHCC, apply online at mhcc.edu/winter15. For a list of credit classes, please refer to pages 3-11 or go to mhcc.edu/schedule. Register online at my.mhcc.edu. Classes begin Jan. 5. Schedule of non-credit Community Education classes is inserted in the center of this publication on pages Registration for non-credit classes is available online at learn.mhcc.edu. It s never been easier to MHCC mails this publication to all district residents to inform them of the college s programs, services and community events. Because the schedule is addressed to Postal Customer, individual names cannot be removed from the mailing list. Accessible formats for individuals with disabilities are available by contacting the Disabilities Services Office at or College + Community (USPS ) Winter Published quarterly by Mt. Hood Community College, S.E. Stark St., Gresham, Oregon Periodicals postage paid at Gresham, Ore. and at additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to College + Community at S.E. Stark St., Gresham, OR Tour group leaders introduce new students to MHCC S Gresham Campus. mhcc.edu facebook.com/mthoodcommunitycollege twitter.com/mthoodcommunity linkedin.com/company/mt.-hood-community-college
3 be cause of you OVER $ 21,000 Giving Back in Support of Our Students MHCC staff members know how important it is to provide a great educational experience to our students. They also know just how important it is to provide financial assistance to those who need help in paying for their college education. So when it came to giving back, they did it BIG time. In fact staff busted the thermometer keeping tabs of the employee giving campaign goal and more than doubled the MHCC Foundation s original goal of $10,000 with a combined total annual giving of more than $21,000. Most signed up to give automatically out of their paycheck each month, with their donations going to the Foundation for student scholarships. $ 20,000 $ 17,500 $ 15,000 $ 12,500 $ 10,000 $ 8,000 $ 6,000 $ 4,000 $ 2,000 $ 1,000 College + Community Winter
4 be a cyber hero MHCC Computer Information Systems instructor Paul Morris teaches Cyber Security students how to set up a firewall. By 2020, nearly all intermediate level computer technical, developmental or implementation careers will require some security training. Hacking the Hackers MHCC is One of the Few Community Colleges Offering a Cyber Security Program Everything we do in our daily lives, our national security and economic vitality depends on a safe, resilient cyberspace. But as cyber intrusions and attacks continue to increase, MHCC is doing what it can to stop the hackers. The college s CyberSecurity and Networking program is producing skilled cybersecurity professionals who are learning to keep those hackers at bay. Students not only learn how systems operate, but are conducting their own white hat attacks or ethical hacking on a system to reveal its vulnerabilities. For more information on this program contact Dr. Wayne Machuca at 2 mhcc.edu
5 Register Now for College Credit Courses at my.mhcc.edu credit courses complete your degree Information about credit classes, pages 4 11, or online at mhcc.edu/schedule Apply for admission at mhcc.edu/winter15 CLASSES BEGIN JAN. 5 Main MHCC Phone Numbers Admissions, Registration and Records Advising Financial Aid Orientation Center The Bruning Center for Allied Health Education Gresham Campus Maywood Park Campus College + Community Winter
6 college credit courses Credit Courses Arts, Crafts and Special Interest mhcc.edu/schedule REGISTER NOW FOR WINTER TERM! Great investment in your future More bang for your buck Education matches or exceeds that of any other school More than 80 areas of study Transfer agreements with colleges and universities throughout the Northwest Faculty and staff dedicated to your success We ve made it super easy to get on the path to fulfilling your dreams. Check out pages 4 10 for a list of credit classes. Classes start January 5 and end March 20. Find your course time, location and instructor by going online to mhcc.edu/schedule, contacting the department or calling New to MHCC? Apply online at mhcc.edu/winter15. Some programs may be limited or restricted entry. Students must be accepted into the program in order to enroll in classes. ALLIED HEALTH - GENERAL AH110 Medical Language for Healthcare Settings 2 Hybrid AH210 AH110 Research for Allied Health Professions 1 Medical Language for Healthcare Settings 2 ANATOMY/MICROBIOLOGY BI100 Survey of Body Systems 4 BI121 Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology I 4 BI122 Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology II 4 BI231 Human Anatomy & Physiology I 4 BI232 Human Anatomy & Physiology II 4 BI233 Human Anatomy & Physiology III 4 BI234 Microbiology 4 Hybrid BI121 BI122 Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology I 4 Essentials of Human Anatomy and Physiology II 4 BI100 Survey of Body Systems 4 BI231 Human Anatomy & Physiology I 4 BI232 Human Anatomy & Physiology II 4 BI233 Human Anatomy & Physiology III 4 ANTHROPOLOGY ANTH101 Intro to Biological Anthropology 3 ANTH102 Intro to Archaeology and World Prehistory 3 ANTH103 Intro to Cultural Anthropology 3 ANTH180 Language and Culture 3 ANTH101 Intro to Biological Anthropology 3 ANTH103 Intro to Cultural Anthropology 3 ART ART115 Basic Design I: Two-Dimensional 4 ART198A Independent Studies: Visual Arts 1 ART198B Independent Studies: Visual Art 2 ART198C Independent Studies: Visual Art 3 ART219B Calligraphy - Italics 2 ART226 Digital Art II 4 ART231 Drawing I 4 ART232 Drawing II 4 ART233 Drawing III 4 ART240 Drawing: Cartooning I 4 ART241 Drawing: Cartooning II 4 ART254 Ceramics I 4 ART255 Ceramics II 4 ART256 Ceramics III 4 ART257 Jewelrymaking/Metalsmithing I 4 ART258 Jewelrymaking/Metalsmithing II 4 ART259 Jewelrymaking/Metalsmithing III 4 ART271 Printmaking I 4 ART272 Printmaking II 4 ART273 Printmaking III 4 ART281 Painting I 4 ART282 Painting II 4 ART283 Painting III 4 ART291 Sculpture I 4 ART292 Sculpture II 4 ART293 Sculpture III 4 ART204 History of Western Art: Medieval - Renaissance 4 ART205 History of Western Art: Prehistoric - Byzantine 4 ART211 Survey of Visual Arts 4 AUTOMOTIVE LRM-FORD ASSET RESTRICTED ENTRY PROGRAM Students must be accepted into this program to enroll in the following Automotive classes. AMF281 Automotive Dealership Experience - Ford ASSET 6 AUTO - CHRYSLER CAP/IMPORT RESTRICTED ENTRY PROGRAM Students must be accepted into this program to enroll in the following Automotive classes. AM283 Automotive Dealership Experience 3 - Chrysler CAP and IMPORT 6 4 mhcc.edu/schedule
7 WinterTerm Credit Courses BIOLOGY BI101A General Biology I: Survey of Cellular Biology 4 BI102A General Biology II: Survey of Molecular Life and Genetics 4 BI103B General Biology III: Animal Behavior 4 BI112 Biology for Allied Health 5 BI211 Principles of Biology I 5 BI212 Principles of Biology II 5 FN225 Nutrition 4 FW251 Principles of Wildlife Conservation 3 Hybrid BI112 Biology for Allied Health 5 BI101A General Biology I: Survey of Cellular Biology 4 BI103B General Biology III: Animal Behavior 4 FN225 Nutrition 4 BUSINESS ADMIN. & MGMT AC110 General Accounting I 4 BA101 Introduction to Business 4 BA150 Developing a Small Business 3 BA203 Introduction to International Business 4 BA205 Business Communications 4 BA211 Principles of Accounting I 4 BA212 Principles of Accounting II 3 BA213 Principles of Accounting III 4 BA218 Personal Finance 3 BA226 Introduction to Business Law 4 BA267 Business Project Management 3 BA285 Leadership and Human Relations 3 BUS286 Career Management 4 WE280BUA Coop Ed-Business Management 1 WE280BUB Coop Ed-Business Management 2 WE280BUC Coop Ed-Business Management 3 WE280BUD Coop Ed-Business Management 4 WE280BUE Coop Ed-Business Management 5 WE280BUF Coop Ed-Business Management 6 WE280BUL Coop Ed-Business Management 12 Hybrid BA131 Intro to Business Computing 4 BA177 Payroll Accounting and Payroll Tax Filing Requirements 3 BA206 Management and Supervisory Fundamentals 4 BA223 Principles of Marketing 4 BA238 Sales 4 BA101 Intro to Business 4 BA131 Intro to Business Computing 4 BA177 Payroll Accounting and Payroll Tax Filing Requirements 3 BA205 Business Communications 4 BA206 Management and Supervisory Fundamentals 4 BA211 Principles of Accounting I 4 BA212 Principles of Accounting II 3 BA223 Principles of Marketing 4 BA224 Human Resource Management 3 BA226 Introduction to Business Law 4 BA231 Information Technology/Business 4 BA249 Retail Management 3 BA250 Small Business Management 4 BUSINESS TECHNOLOGY BT110 Business Editing 3 BT118 Records and Information Management 3 BT121 Keyboarding Principles 3 BT121A Basic Keyboarding 2 BT121B Keyboard Formatting 2 BT122 Professional Keyboarding 3 BT123A Keyboarding Skill Development 3 BT123B Keyboarding Skill Refinement 3 BT124 Keyboarding Enrichment 3 BT210ZAA Access - Level I 1 BT210ZAB Access - Level II 1 BT210ZBA Publisher - Level I 1 BT210ZBB Publisher - Level II 1 BT210ZEA Excel - Level I 1 BT210ZEB Excel - Level II 1 BT210ZEC Excel - Level III 1 BT210ZIO Internet for the Business Professional 1 BT210ZPA PowerPoint - Level I 1 BT210ZPB PowerPoint - Level II 1 BT210ZQA QuickBooks for the Workplace 1 BT210ZWA Word - Level I 1 BT210ZWB Word - Level II 1 BT210ZWC Word - Level III 1 BT210ZWP Beginning Windows 1 BT220 Electronic Calculator and 10-Key Operations 1 WE280OPC Coop Ed - Office Professionals 3 WE280OPD Co-op Ed - Office Professionals 4 WE280OPF Co-op Ed - Office Professionals 6 WE280OPI Co-op Ed - Office Professionals 9 WE280OPJ Co-op Ed - Office Professionals 10 Hybrid BT116 Communication Technologies 3 BT118 Records and Information Management 3 BT251 Integrated Office Systems 3 BT111 Editing Techniques 3 BT125 Microsoft Word Training 3 CHEMISTRY CH103 Chemistry for Allied Health 5 CH104 General, Organic and Biological Chemistry I 5 CH105 General, Organic and Biological Chemistry II 5 CH151 Basic Chemistry 4 CH221 General Chemistry I 5 CH222 General Chemistry II 5 CH242 Organic Chemistry II 5 GS105A Physical Science: Chemistry for the Consumer 4 Hybrid CH222 General Chemistry II 5 COMPUTER INFO. SYSTEMS CIS120 Computer Concepts I 3 CIS120L Computer Concepts Lab I 1 CIS122 Computer Concepts III 4 CIS125GA Intro to Game Design 3 CIS135 Intro to Gaming 3 CIS135GMB Intermediate Game Modeling 3 CIS140 Intro to Operating Systems 4 CIS145A Computer Maintenance and Forensics I 3 CIS145B Computer Maintenance and Forensics II 3 CIS152 Fundamentals of Routing Theory and Technology 4 CIS153 Intermediate Routing and Switching 4 CIS197CSP Web Authoring: Client-Side Programming 3 CIS197TXT Object Texturing for Game Development 3 CIS197WAA Web Authoring: Applications 3 CIS235DD Intro to Digital Painting and Concepting 3 CIS235UNA Small Games Programming I 3 CIS244 Introduction to Systems Analysis 3 CIS277 PL/SQL Developer OCA 4 CIS279A Novell System Management 3 CIS284NS Network Security Fundamentals 4 HI107 Working with Health IT Systems 3 VT10CAA Special Projects 1 VT10CAB Special Projects 2 VT10CAC Special Projects 3 VT10CAD Special Projects 4 WE280CAB Coop Ed-Computer Applications 2 WE280CAC Coop Ed-Computer Applications 3 WE280CAD Coop Ed-Computer Applications 4 For class times, locations and instructors visit mhcc.edu/schedule. College + Community Winter
8 Winter Term Credit Courses Hybrid CIS120L Computer Concepts Lab I 1 CIS125DB Desktop Database 3 CS161 Computer Science I 4 CIS100 Computer Careers Exploration 1 CIS120 Computer Concepts I 3 CIS120L Computer Concepts Lab I 1 CIS125SS Spreadsheet 3 CIS125WP Word Processing 3 CIS225 Computer End-User Support I 4 CIS284S Intro to Computer Security 4 COSMETOLOGY LIMITED ENTRY PROGRAM Students must be accepted into this program to enroll in the following classes. COS120 Esthetics and Nail Technology Theory I 4 COS121 Esthetics and Nail Technology Lab and Clinic I 8 COS122 Esthetics and Nail Technology Theory II 4 COS123 Esthetics and Nail Technology Lab and Clinic II 8 COS203 Standards of Cosmetology 4 COS215 Cosmetology Lab and Clinic II 8 COS217 Cosmetology Lab and Clinic III 8 COS218 Cosmetology Board Exam Prep Theory 4 COS219 Cosmetology Board Exam Prep Lab and Clinic 8 CRIMINAL JUSTICE CJA111 Intro to Criminal Justice Administration: Law Enforcement 3 CJA112 Intro to Criminal Justice Administration: The Court System 3 CJA201 Criminal Justice in a Diverse Society 3 CJA212 Introduction to Criminal Law: Criminal Justice Procedures 3 CJA214 Introduction to Criminal Investigation 3 CJA280C Coop Ed-Criminal Justice 3 CJA298 Independent Study - Reading and Conference: Criminal Justice 3 ENL* ENL094R Lower Intermediate Reading 5 ENL094W Lower Intermediate Writing 5 ENL120P Pronunciation I 2 ENL120R Intermediate Reading 5 ENL120S Intermediate Speaking/Listening 5 ENL120W Intermediate Writing 5 ENL201P Pronunciation 2 2 ENL201R Advanced Reading 5 ENL201S Advanced Speaking and Listening 5 ENL201W Advanced Writing 5 EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION ECE123 Early Childhood Speech and Language 3 ECE135 Math Concepts in Early Childhood 3 ECE147 Infant/Toddler Caregiving 3 ECE161 Child Development: Ages and Stages 3 ECE173 Exploring Art 3 ECE244 Observation for Assessment 2 ECE245 Guidance Challenges 3 ECE258 Developmentally Appropriate Practices 3 ECONOMICS EC115 Introduction to Economics 3 EC201 Principles of Economics I: Microeconomics 4 EC202 Principles of Economics II: Macroeconomics 4 EC201 Principles of Economics I: Microeconomics 4 EC202 Principles of Economics II: Macroeconomics 4 EDUCATION Hybrid ED200 Introduction to Education 3 ED209A Practicum: Introductory Observation and Experience 1 ED209B Practicum: Introductory Observation and Experience 2 ED142 Education Orientation 1 ED258 Multicultural Education 3 ENGINEERING ENGR212 Dynamics 4 ET232 Stormwater Management 3 ET235 Architectural Modeling II 3 ET240 Project Design I 3 ET261 Concrete Construction Design 3 ET262 Soil Mechanics 3 GE115 Engineering Graphics 3 VT10AEA Special Projects 1 VT10AEB Special Projects 2 VT10AEC Special Projects 3 VT10CEA Special Projects 1 WE280AEB Coop-Ed Architectural Tech 2 WE280AED Coop-Ed Architectural Tech 4 WE280CEC Coop Ed-Civil Engineering 3 WE280MEC Coop Ed-Mechanical Engineering 3 Hybrid ENGR248 Engineering Graphics: Solidworks 3 ET220 Renewable Energy Technology 3 GE115 Engineering Graphics 3 FISHERIES TECHNOLOGY LIMITED ENTRY PROGRAM Students must be accepted into this program to enroll in the following classes. FI102 Fishery Techniques II 4 FI112 Fish Biology II 4 FI202 Fish Husbandry II 6 FI212 Field Projects II 2 FI221 Building and Equipment Maintenance and Repair I 4 FI231 Current Issues/Natural Resources 1 WE280FIA-D Coop Ed-Fisheries 1-4 GEOGRAPHY GEOG106 Introduction to World Regional Geography 3 GEOG209 Geography of the Middle East and North Africa 3 GEOG265 Introduction of Geographic Information Systems 3 GEOG298 Independent Study - Reading and Conference: Geography 3 GEOLOGY G201 Principles of Physical Geology 4 G202 Principles of Physical Geology 4 GS106 Physical Science: Geology 4 HEALTH/PHYSICAL ED HE152 Drug Education 3 HE202 Adult Development and Aging 1 HE204 Diet and Weight Control 3 HE207 Stress Control Through 6 mhcc.edu/schedule * English as a Non-Native Language
9 Winter Term Credit Courses Activity Intervention 1 HE208 HIV/AIDS and Other Sexually Transmitted Infections 1 HE250 Personal Health 3 HE252 First Aid: Responding to Emergencies 3 HE261 CPR - Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation 1 HE265 Women's Health Issues 2 HPE285OL Wilderness Survival 3 HPE295 Health and Fitness for Life 3 PE185AP Step Challenge 1 PE185AS Step and Sculpt 1 PE185CE Cardio/Lower Body and Abs 1 PE185CG Spinning and Abs 1 PE185CH Beginning Tai Chi 1 PE185CN Intermediate Tai Chi 1 PE185CP Pilates 1 PE185CS Cardio Cross Training 1 PE185CV Advanced Tai Chi 1 PE185DAA Beginning Ballet 1 PE185DAB Intermediate Ballet 1 PE185DAH Jazz/Hip-Hop Dance - Beginning 1 PE185DAJ Jazz/Hip-Hop Dance -Intermediate 1 PE185FA Lower Body and Abs 1 PE185FD Core Conditioning 1 PE185FE Exercise Bootcamp 1 PE185GC Introduction to Indoor Rock Climbing 1 PE185KA Beginning Tae Kwon Do 1 PE185KB Intermediate Tae Kwon Do 1 PE185KC Advanced Tae Kwon Do 1 PE185KD Street Defense: The Combative Art 1 PE185LAF Advanced Basketball 1 PE185MNA Basketball 1 PE185MND Baseball Conditioning 1 PE185OT Snowboard and Ski: Backcountry Safety Skills 1 PE185PF Applied Cross Training 1 PE185SB Beginning Snowboarding and Skiing 1 PE185SF Soccer 1 PE185ST Strength Training 1 PE185SWK Water Aerobics 1 PE185SWQ Fitness Lap Swimming 1 PE185SWY Flexible Fitness Lap Swim 1 PE185TC Track and Field Conditioning 1 PE185VA Beginning Volleyball 1 PE185VB Intermediate Volleyball 1 PE185WBT Backcountry Winter Travel and Camping 1 PE185WD Weight Lifting - Beginning 1 PE185WE Weight Lifting - Intermediate 1 PE185WSB Softball Conditioning 1 PE185YC Mind-Body Yoga 1 PE185ZT Zumba/Tone 1 PE185ZU Zumba 1 PE270 Introduction to Sport Psychology 3 WL145 Avalanche Training: Level I 2 WL245 Avalanche Training: Level II 2 WL289 Wilderness First Responder 4 HE205 Diet Appraisal 1 HE250 Personal Health 3 HE265 Women's Health Issues 2 HPE295 Health and Fitness for Life 3 HISTORY HST101 Western Civilization: Ancient and Classical Europe 4 HST104 History of the Middle East (Eastern Civilization) 4 HST111 Medieval World History 4 HST195 History of the Vietnam War 3 HST201 U.S. History: Pre-Colonial HST202 U.S. History: HST203 U.S. History: Present 4 HST225 Women in World History 4 HST294 History of Ancient Greece 4 HST298 History Research 1 HST111 Medieval World History 4 HST112 Modern World History 4 HOSPITALITY & TOURISM HT107 Introduction to Leisure and Recreation Management 3 HT133 Conventions and Meetings Management 3 HT141 Customer Service Management 3 HT144 Destination Specialist 2 HT206 Hotel and Resort Operations Management 3 HT226 Beverage Mgmt - Wines of/world: United States 1 HT227 Beverage Mgmt - Wines of/world: France and Italy 1 HT228 Beverage Mgmt - Wines of/world: Other Countries 1 HT233 Special Events and Attractions Management 3 HT236 Culinary Arts: Meal Planning and Preparation 4 HT246 Travel Transportation: Air, Rail and Auto 3 HT247 Cruises and Tours 3 HT270 Food, Beverage and Labor Cost Control 3 VT10HTA Special Projects 1 VT10HTB Special Projects 2 VT10HTC Special Projects 3 VT10HTD Special Projects 4 WE280HTA Coop Ed-Hospitality/Tourism 1 WE280HTB Coop Ed-Hospitality/Tourism 2 WE280HTC Coop Ed-Hospitality/Tourism 3 WE280HTD Coop Ed-Hospitality/Tourism 4 WE280HTE Coop Ed-Hospitality/Tourism 5 WE280HTF Coop Ed-Hospitality/Tourism 6 WE280HTH Coop Ed-Hospitality/Tourism 8 WE280HTL Coop Ed-Hospitality/Tourism 12 HUMAN DEVELOPMENT ED121 Leadership Training II - Motivation, Influence and Power 1 HD090 Transition to College 1 HD100A College Success 1 HD100C College Success 3 HD101 Back on Track for College Success 2 HD110 Career Planning 1 HD130 Today's Careers 2 HD202 Life Transitions 3 HD204 Developing Emotional Intelligence 3 HD208 Career and Life Planning 3 HD209RES Developing Your Resume 1 SKD10 Study Skills Laboratory 1 HD100A College Success 1 HD110 Career Planning 1 HD130HC Introduction to Today's Careers: Health 2 INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND TECH MGMT ISTM283A Fundamentals of Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity 3 ISTM283EA Ethical Hacker 1 4 Hybrid ISTM183B Preparation for A+ Practical Application 3 INTEGRATED MEDIA ART260 Digital Photography and Imaging 4 ART261 Photography I 3 ART262 Photography II 3 DP160 Photo Editing I 5 DP249 Photojournalism 5 GD151 Color and Composition 5 GD160 Typography Systems 5 GD251 Digital Publication Design 5 IM152 Photographic Lighting I 5 IM185 Media Writing 4 IM190 Web Basics 4 IM271 The Creative Pitch 4 For class times, locations and instructors visit mhcc.edu/schedule. College + Community Winter
10 Winter Term Credit Courses IM282BB Integrated Media Focus: Broadcasting 2 IM282GA Integrated Media Focus: Graphic Design 2 IM282PA Integrated Media Focus: Photography 2 IM282VA Integrated Media Focus: Video 2 IM282VB Integrated Media Focus: Video 2 IM282VC Integrated Media Focus: Video 2 IM282WA Integrated Media Focus: Web Applications 2 RB151 Audio Production 5 RB160 Broadcast News 5 RB251 Broadcasting III 5 TV151 Digital Filmmaking 5 TV160 Screenwriting 5 TV251 Nonlinear Editing 5 VT10IMA Special Projects: Integrated Media 1 VT10IMB Special Projects: Integrated Media 2 VT10IMC Special Projects: Integrated Media 3 VT10IMD Special Projects: Integrated Media 4 WE280IMA Coop Ed-Integrated Media 1 WE280IMB Coop Ed-Integrated Media 2 WE280IMC Coop Ed-Integrated Media 3 WE280IMD Coop Ed-Integrated Media 4 INTEGRATED METALS: VESL*/ ACCELERATED CNC OPERATOR RESTRICTED ENTRY PROGRAM Students must be accepted into this program to enroll in the following Integrated Metals classes. IIMTL134 Metallurgy Theory 3 IMTL135 Metallurgy Lab 1 IMTL155 Industrial Safety 3 LEARNING COMMUNITY (AVID) LC 2 AVID Learning Community - Skilled Reading & Writing with College 12 LC 3 AVID Learning Community - College Reading, Writing and Academic 10 LITERATURE/HUMANITIES ENG104 Introduction to Literature: Fiction 4 ENG105 Intro to Literature: Drama 4 ENG106 Intro to Literature: Poetry 4 ENG204 British Literature I: Old English to Renaissance 4 ENG253 Survey of American Literature I 4 FA258 Understanding the Film 3 WR247A The Literary Publication 1 ENG108 World Literature:The Renaissance to the Age of Reason ( ) 4 ENG198A Literature: Independent Study 1 ENG198B Literature: Independent Study 2 ENG198C Literature: Independent Study 3 ENG202 Shakespeare: The Later Plays 4 ENG218 Arthurian Legends 3 ENG222 Women's Literature 3 FA257 Films and Society 4 FA266 The Great Film Directors 3 HUM202 Age of Technology: Ethics in the Workplace 3 WR198A Writing: Independent Study 1 WR198B Writing: Independent Study 2 WR198C Writing: Independent Study 3 WR241 Creative Writing: Fiction I 3 WR247A The Literary Publication 1 WS101 Introduction to Women's Studies 3 Hybrid ENG106 Introduction to Literature: Poetry 4 WR242 Creative Writing: Poetry I 3 WR247B The Literary Publication 2 ENG104 Introduction to Literature: Fiction 4 ENG105 Introduction to Literature: Drama 4 ENG204 British Literature I: Old English to Renaissance 4 ENG253 Survey of American Literature I 4 FA258 Understanding the Film 3 HUM202 Age of Technology: Ethics in the Workplace 3 MACHINE TOOL TECHNOLOGY RESTRICTED ENTRY PROGRAM Students must be accepted into this program to enroll in the following Machine Tool classes. IMTL130 Machine Shop II Theory 3 IMTL130B Machine Shop II Theory 2 IMTL131 Machine Shop II Lab 3 IMTL131B Machine Shop II Lab 2 IMTL136 Introduction to CNC (Computer Numerical Control) Machining 3 IMTL153 CNC (Computer Numerical Control) Machining 4 IMTL236 Quality Control: Statistical Methods 3 MFG212 CAM (Computer-Assisted Machining) Concepts I 4 MFG232 Integrated Machine Shop II Lab 3 MFG234 Advanced Manufacturing Processes 3 WE280MFA Coop Ed-Machine Tool 1 WE280MFC Coop Ed-Machine Tool 3 MATHEMATICS MTH010 Conceptual Arithmetic 4 MTH020 Applied Arithmetic & Pre-algebra 4 MTH060 Beginning Algebra I 4 MTH065 Beginning Algebra II 4 MTH095 Intermediate Algebra w/right Triangle Trigonometry 5 MTH105 Introduction to Contemporary Mathematics 4 MTH111 Pre-Calculus I: Elementary Func 5 MTH112 Pre-Calculus II: Trig/Geometry 5 MTH212 Fundamentals of Elementary Mathematics II 4 MTH243 Probability and Statistics I 4 MTH244 Statistics II 4 MTH251 Calculus I: Differential Calculus 4 MTH252 Calculus II: Integral Calculus 4 MTH253 Calculus III 4 MTH256 Differential Equations 5 MTH060 Beginning Algebra I 4 MTH065 Beginning Algebra II 4 MTH111 Pre-Calculus I: Elementary Func 5 MTH243 Probability and Statistics I 4 MEDICAL OFFICE MO110 Powerful Strategies for the Office Team 4 MO114 Medical Terminology I 3 MO115 Medical Terminology II 3 MO116 Medical Office Procedures 4 MO117 Hospital Administrative Procedures 4 MO214 Building a Professional Portfolio 1 MO231 Medical Coding II: Procedural Coding 4 MO240 Medical Office Billing I 3 MO241 Medical Office Billing II 3 MO250 Medical Law and Ethics 3 VT10MOC Special Projects 3 VT10MOD Special Projects 4 WE280MOAD Coop Ed - Medical Office Accounting 4 WE280MOBH Coop Ed - Medical Office Billing 8 WE280MOCH Coop Ed - Medical Office Coding 8 WE280MOD Coop Ed - Medical Office 4 WE280MOH Coop Ed - Medical Office 8 WE280MOMD Coop Ed - Medical Office Mgmt 4 WE280MORD Coop Ed - Medical Office Receptionist 4 WE280MOSD Coop Ed - Medical Office Unit Secretary 4 WE280MOTD Coop Ed - Medical Customer Service Rep 4 8 mhcc.edu/schedule * Vocational/English as a Second Language
11 Winter Term Credit Courses MO114 Medical Terminology I 3 MO115 Medical Terminology II 3 MO212 Diversity and Healthcare 3 MO230 Medical Coding I: ICD-10-CM 3 MO231 Medical Coding II: Procedural Coding 4 MENTAL HEALTH/HUMAN SERVICE RESTRICTED ENTRY PROGRAM Students must be accepted into this program to enroll in the following classes. Course# Course Name Credits HS112 Interviewing Skills II 2 HS135 Case Management I: Intake and Assessment 2 HS150 The Effective Helper, A Personal Skills Approach 3 HS151 Motivational Interviewing 1 HS222 Diagnosis and Treatment: Clinical Disorders 3 HS226 Group Counseling Theory and Practice II 3 HS266 Counseling Theories and Interventions II 3 HS291 Practicum Seminar 2 PSY236 Human Development II: Adolescence - Death 3 WE280HSD Coop Ed-Human Services 4 WE280HSH Coop Ed-Human Services 8 HS291 Practicum Seminar 2 MODERN LANGUAGE ASL101 First-year American S ign Language I 4 ASL102 First-year American Sign Language II 4 ASL103 First-year American Sign Language III 4 ASL202 Second-year American Sign Language II 4 FR102 First-year French II 5 GER102 First-year German II 5 ITAL102 First-year Italian II 5 JPN101 First-year Japanese I 5 JPN102 First-year Japanese II 5 JPN202 Second-year Japanese II 5 SPAN101 First-year Spanish I 5 SPAN102 First-year Spanish II 5 SPAN103 First-year Spanish III 5 SPAN111 Beginning Spanish Conversation I 3 SPAN112 Beginning Spanish Conversation II 3 SPAN113 Beginning Spanish Conversation III 3 SPAN198A Spanish: Independent Study 1 SPAN198B Spanish: Independent Study 2 SPAN198C Spanish: Independent Study 3 SPAN201 Second-year Spanish I 4 SPAN202 Second-year Spanish II 4 SPAN203 Second-year Spanish III 4 SPAN211 Intermediate Spanish Conversation I 1 SPAN212 Intermediate Spanish Conversation II 1 SPAN213 Intermediate Spanish Conversation III 1 Hybrid SPAN101 First-year Spanish I 5 SPAN102 First-year Spanish II 5 SPAN202 Second-year Spanish II 4 MUSIC Course# Course Name Credits MUP101 Symphonic Band: First Year 1 MUP105 Jazz Ensemble 2 MUP114 General Ensemble/Instrumental: First Year 1 MUP115 Chamber Choir: First Year 1 MUP121 Symphonic Choir: First Year 1 MUP146 Orchestra: First Year 2 MUP201 Symphonic Band: Second Year 1 MUP205 Jazz Ensemble 2 MUP214 General Ensemble/ Instrumental: Second Year 1 MUP215 Chamber Choir: Second Year 1 MUP221 Symphonic Choir: Second Year 1 MUP246 Orchestra: Second Year 2 MUPR190 Individual Music Lessons-1st Yr 1 MUPR290 Individual Music Lessons-2nd Yr 1 MUS105 Music Appreciation/ Music for the Listener 3 MUS112 Music Theory II 3 MUS117 Electronic Music Production I 3 MUS122 Aural Skills II 1 MUS132 Group Piano II 2 MUS198A Independent Studies: Music 1 MUS198B Independent Studies: Music 2 MUS198C Independent Studies: Music 3 MUS212 Music Theory V 3 MUS222 Aural Skills V: Polyphony 1 MUS232 Keyboard Harmony II 2 MUS262 Music History: Baroque to Romantic MUS280A Co-op Education - Music 1 NATURAL RESOURCES TECH LIMITED ENTRY PROGRAM Students must be accepted into this program to enroll in the following classes. Course# Course Name Credits FT122 Forest Measurements I 5 FT228 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems 3 NR212 Current Issues/Forest Resources 1 NR242 Watershed Processes 3 NR244 Applied Silviculture I: Reforestation 3 WE280NRA-C Coop Ed - Natural Resources 1-3 PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGION Course# Course Name Credits PHL191 Language and the Layout of Argument 4 PHL201 Introduction to Philosophy 4 PHL202 Fundamental Ethics 4 R210 World Religions 3 R211 History of the Old Testament 3 PHL201 Introduction to Philosophy 4 PHL202 Fundamental Ethics 4 R210 World Religions 3 R212 History of the New Testament 3 PHYSICS/ASTRONOMY GS104 Physical Science - Physics 4 PH122 General Astronomy 3 PH202 General Physics II 5 PH212 General Physics with Calculus II 5 POLITICAL SCIENCE PS200 Intro to Political Science 4 PS201 American Government 4 PS215 Global Issues 4 PS200 Intro to Political Science 4 PS201 American Government 4 PS204 Intro to Comparative Politics 4 PRACTICAL NURSING PN103L Advanced and Specialty Practical Nursing Lab 6 PN103 Advanced and Specialty Practical Nursing 7 For class times, locations and instructors visit mhcc.edu/schedule. College + Community Winter
12 Winter Term Credit Courses PSYCHOLOGY PSY101 Psychology of Human Relations 3 PSY201 General Psychology 4 PSY202 General Psychology 4 PSY231 Human Sexuality 3 PSY237 Human Development 4 PSY239 Introduction to Abnormal Psychology 4 PSY101 Psychology of Human Relations 3 PSY201 General Psychology 4 PSY202 General Psychology 4 PSY232 Sexuality and Society 3 PSY237 Human Development 4 PSY239 Introduction to Abnormal Psychology 4 READING EL115B Academic Success Strategies 2 EL115C Academic Success Strategies 3 RD090 Effective Reading and Learning Strategies 5 RD115 Reading for College Success 3 RD117 Critical Reading 3 SOCIOLOGY SOC204 General Sociology: Principles of Sociology 3 SOC205 General Sociology: Social Institutions 3 SOC206 General Sociology: Social Problems 3 SOC213 Race Relations in the United States 3 SOC204 General Sociology: Principles of Sociology 3 SOC205 General Sociology: Social Institutions 3 SOC206 General Sociology: Social Problems 3 SOC213 Race Relations in the United States 3 SOC223 Sociology of Aging 3 SPEECH/COMMUNICATION SP100 Basic Speech Communication 3 SP111 Fundamentals of Public Speaking 4 SP115 Introduction to Intercultural Communication 3 SP218 Interpersonal Communication 3 Hybrid SP111 Fundamentals of Public Speaking 4 SP100 Basic Speech Communication 3 SP111 Fundamentals of Public Speaking 4 SP115 Introduction to Intercultural Communication 3 SP218 Interpersonal Communication 3 SUSTAINABILITY, HEALTH & SAFETY Course# Course Name Credits ESR231 Energy Management I 3 ESR281 Elements of Industrial Hygiene 3 SHS143 Environmental Science Lab I: EPA Methodology Lab and Sampling 3 SHS201 Environmental Health and Safety Regulations II 3 SHS222 Environmental Safety II: Environmental Auditing 4 WE280EVA-D Coop Ed-Environmental Science & Safety 1-4 THEATRE SP262 Voice and Articulation 3 TA112 Technical Theatre: Lighting and Sound 3 TA114A Technical Theatre Workshop, First Year 1 TA114B Technical Theatre Workshop, First Year 2 TA114C Technical Theatre Workshop, First Year 3 TA142 Acting Fundamentals II 3 TA148 Movement for the Actor 2 TA153A Theatre Workshops: First Year 1 TA153B Theatre Workshops: First Year 2 TA153C Theatre Workshops: First Year 3 TA198A Independent Studies: Theatre 1 TA198B Independent Studies: Theatre 2 TA198C Independent Studies: Theatre 3 TA213 Stage Lighting Design 3 TA214A Technical Theatre Workshop: Second Year 1 TA214B Technical Theatre Workshop: Second Year 2 TA214C Technical Theatre Workshop: Second Year 3 TA253A Theatre Workshops: Second Year 1 TA253B Theatre Workshops: Second Year 2 TA253C Theatre Workshops: Second Year 3 TA280F Co-op Education - Theatre 6 TA107 Theatre History: Restoration to Contemporary 3 WELDING TECHNOLOGY LIMITED ENTRY PROGRAM Students must be accepted into this program to enroll in the following Welding classes. IMTL120 SMAW (Shielded Metal Arc Welding/Stick) Theory 2 IMTL121C SMAW (Shielded Metal Arc Welding/Stick) Lab 3 IMTL140 GMAW/FCAW (Gas Metal and Flux Cored Arc Welding/Wire Feed) 2 IMTL141 GMAW/FCAW (Gas Metal and Flux Cored Arc Welding/Wire Feed) Lab 4 IMTL141B GMAW/FCAW (Gas Metal and Flux Cored Arc Welding/Wire Feed) Lab 2 IMTL143 CNC Cutting 4 WLD116 General Welding I 3 WLDX19A Welding Practice Lab 1 WLDX19B Welding Practice Lab 2 WLDX19D Welding Practice Lab 4 WRITING WR090 Writing Skills: Paragraph to Essay 4 WR101 Workplace Communications I 3 WR102 Workplace Communications II 3 WR115 Introduction to College Writing 4 WR121 English Composition 4 WR122 English Composition: Critical Thinking 4 WR132 Practical Grammar for Writers 3 WR227 Technical Report Writing 4 WR240 Creative Writing: Nonfiction 3 Hybrid WR121 English Composition 4 WR122 English Composition: Critical Thinking 4 WR115 Introduction to College Writing 4 WR121 English Composition 4 WR122 English Composition: Critical Thinking 4 WR227 Technical Report Writing 4 10 mhcc.edu/schedule
13 steps to getting started at mhcc 1Apply for Admission Apply online at mhcc.edu/admissions Wait until you receive confirmation of your student ID number before proceeding to step 2. Paying for College Complete the free application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) now! Please note: If eligible, it may take up to six weeks to process. See mhcc.edu/financialaid 2Determine Course Placement New Students: Complete the College Placement Test (CPT). This will measure your levels of reading, writing and math. Bring photo ID and your MHCC student ID number. To find testing times and locations, visit mhcc.edu/ CPT and click on CPT schedule. To brush up your skills before taking the placement test, please visit mhcc.edu/cptprep. Transfer Students: Bring photo ID, your MHCC student ID number and your previous college transcripts to the Academic Advising Center in Room AC2253. An adviser will see if course placement can be determined and assist you with choosing your first term courses. If no reading, writing or math courses have been completed with a C or higher, you will be asked to take the College Placement Test. See mhcc.edu/advising. 3Visit the Orientation Center Visit the Orientation Center in Room AC1002 or online at mhcc.edu/oc Complete new student orientation Get help completing financial aid forms Get assistance registering for classes Pay your bill online Learn to navigate the MyMHCC portal mhcc.edu College + Community Winter
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16 Community Education Senior Discount: Save $10 on any feebased non-credit Community Education class if you are an MHCC district resident age 62 or better! For more information on senior discounts visit: mhcc.edu/seniordiscounts ARTS, CRAFTS, SPECIAL INTEREST Acoustic Guitar Construction TRD4AG $125 ($115 Senior) Learn traditional and contemporary guitar making techniques from design to final setup and apply them to your personal guitar. All skill levels are encouraged and welcome. Students are responsible for purchasing materials for building the guitar. Contact the instructor for details com. Come build the guitar of your dreams! Sec. 91 D. Biasca DDSO SHOP 6 9 p.m. R 1/8 3/19 Art Through the Ages ART4PM $29 ($19 Senior) Discover and connect with the European and American Masterpieces in the Portland Art Museum. Explore life and works of Renaissance and Barbizon artists, portraits by Stuart, landscapes by Bierstadt and Moran, along with the Impressionists.$15 payable to Portland Art Museum for college pass. Sec. 20 K. Whalen PAM Noon 2 p.m. S 1/10 1/24 Beginning Banjo MUS4BB $80 ($70 Senior) Bring your banjo to class and learn tunings, chords and exercises for picking claw style. No experience necessary but music background a plus. Sec. 91 L. Jones GSHM 7:30 9:30 p.m. R 1/15 2/19 Beginning Jewelry Making ART4BJ $64 ($54 Senior) Learn all the basics of jewelry making from terminology to tools and techniques. Also, learn basic wire work, make findings and wrap bead ends. Supply list provided first class. Sec. 91 P. Tait VA 13 Noon 3 p.m. U 2/1 2/15 Beginning Knitting HOM4KF $77 ($67 Senior) Learn how to select yarns, use knitting equipment, read patterns and knit a variety of decorative stitches. Advanced knitters given more challenging projects. Supply list provided first class. Fee includes some supplies. Sec. 91 M. Rees GSHM 6 8 p.m. T 1/13 3/3 Beginning Mandolin MUS4M $80 ($70 Senior) Learn to tune, play chords, sing songs and play melodies. Light theory will be taught as well as strumming and picking techniques. Sec. 91 L. Jones GSHM 6:30 7:20 p.m. R 1/15 2/19 Beginning Quilting ART4CC $84 ($74 Senior) Learn how to design your own quilt! Determine tools and supplies needed after discussion on pattern selection, color theory, tools and techniques, sandwiching, quilting and binding. Sec. 91 N. Tubbs DDSO :30 p.m. T 1/13 3/3 Creative Jewelry Making ART4B $115 ($105 Senior) Learn the fundamentals of simple jewelry construction (no string beading). More advanced students may learn casting and light setting. Sec. 91 J. Cain DDSO p.m. T 1/13 3/17 Experiments in Drawing ART4ED $89 ($79 Senior) Join the fun in this technique-based experimental drawing class! Discover how to use new materials and techniques in the pursuit of making more interesting and expressive drawings. Approximately $45 in supplies will need to be purchased. Sec. 91 P. Driscoll GSHM 6 8:20 p.m. W 1/21 3/11 Guitar for Beginners MUS4G $74 ($64 Senior) Learn to play chords, read tablature and sing songs. Learn to tune, strum and play melodies. All levels welcome but beginners are the focus. Start with simple chord structures then move to songs. Bring guitar to class. Sec. 91 L. Jones GSHM 6 7:20 p.m. W 1/14 3/18 Jam Session-Perform with Confidence MUS4J $49 ($39 Senior) For aspiring musicians, beginning to intermediate levels, who want a relaxed, fun outlet to raise their performance comfort level. Focus on "Blues and Light Rock" styles. Suggested instruments: guitar, bass, keys, vocal, drums, harmonica, horns. Students should have a working knowledge of simple blues forms or progressions. Sec. 91 K. Fitzgerald GSHM 6:15 8:15 p.m. W 1/7-2/25 Just for Fun Piano MUS2IP $65 ($55 Senior) All you need to know to play your favorite songs now! Learn musical shorthand and "tricks and licks" used by professionals. Optional $25 additional fee payable at time of class for home study book and CD. Sec. 91 D. Rochlin GSHM 10 a.m. 1 p.m. S 1/10 Mosaic Art Workshop I ART4MW $64 ($54 Senior) Learn direct-application mosaics using broken tile, dishes or glass shards. Lecture, guidelines and supply list are given at first class. Second class is an all-day, hands-on workshop. Final class, students grout their creations. Sec. 91 P. Tait GSHM 11 a.m. 1:30 p.m. U 3/1 GSHM 11 a.m. 5 p.m. U 3/8 GSHM 11 a.m. 1 p.m. U 3/15 Pottery ART4TB $190 ($180 Senior) Hand-build or turn clay on electric wheel. Firing is done by instructor; $25 fee goes to the high school toward equipment use and room rental and does not include clay and supplies. Some experience is helpful. Sec. 92 R. Linn DDSO p.m. W 1/14 3/18 Transparent Watercolor ART4PB $78 ($68 Senior) Put the life in still life through the richness of perception. Emphasis is on vision training, drawing what you see and painting what you feel. Your own style will develop and expand through learning process and technique, including drawing shortcuts and color theory. Sec. 31 P. Hobbs MAY a.m. noon F 1/16 3/20 14 Register today at learn.mhcc.edu classes fill up fast!
17 Community Education Ukulele for Beginners MUS4UK $80 ($70 Senior) Learn to play the ukulele with professional musician Lew Jones. Learn light music theory, ukulele history, techniques, chords and melodies. Bring ukulele to class. Sec. 91 L. Jones GSHM 7:40 9 p.m. W 1/14 3/18 Watercolor for All ART4BW $78 ($68 Senior) Approach watercolors using a variety of styles and techniques: glazing, masking, washes, textured effects, pouring, dry brushing, tricks and wet on wet. Learn color mixing, composition and color theory. Explore different ways of seeing to become more visually literate. Students work on subjects of their choice in a supportive, relaxed environment. Supply list at class. Beginning and continuing students welcome. Sec. 91 P. Hobbs GSHM 6 9 p.m. W 1/14 3/18 Woodworking TRD4W $121 ($111 Senior) This course is designed for beginning to advanced woodworkers. Learn to safely and successfully create projects from wood. All necessary tools and techniques will be demonstrated, with additional instruction provided as you require it. There are no required projects; however, projects will be recommended for beginners to increase their woodworking skills and use of tools and equipment. Advanced students will receive additional instruction as needed. Sec. 91 R. Kreisman DDSO Shop 3 5:25 p.m. W 1/7 3/11 Sec. 92 R. Kreisman DDSO Shop 5:25 8 p.m. W 1/7 3/11 BUSINESS AND FINANCIAL Effective Business Communication Skills GEN5BC $69 ($59 Senior) Designed to give you the skills you need to be an effective communicator to any audience. Through class examples and role play, you ll learn how to recognize personality types and how to adjust your communication style to be more effective in business. Learn about the differences between male and female communication, styles, cultural styles, and how to gain credibility simply by the way you communicate with others. Sec. 91 P. Emery GSHM 6:30 9:30 p.m. M 2/2 Preparation Techniques for Managers and Supervisors GEN5MA $69 ($59 Senior) This workshop is designed to help students become aware of the unwritten rules about management and the everyday challenges of being a supervisor. Course content will ask students to examine themselves and question if their personality type and lifestyle would make for a good supervisor. Additionally, students explore and learn the realities of becoming a manager or supervisor. Sec. 91 P. Emery GSHM 6:30 9:30 p.m. T 2/3 Strategies for Success in Today s Workforce GEN5SC $69 ($59 Senior) This course is designed for students who are in transition of entering or returning to the workforce after an absence. Students learn how to realistically look at their life and career options and how to develop life strategies for making successful decisions and positive choices. This course is individualized for each student s transition period and will help save time and eliminate common mistakes made in career and life development. Sec. 91 P. Emery GSHM 9 a.m. 4 p.m. S 2/7 Financial Strategies FIN5M $49 (No senior discount) Provides essential strategies and information to people who are very close to retirement, as well as those who are as many as 15 years from retirement. Inflation, investments, taxes and more are taught in the context of retirement planning. A $49 fee per family of two will be paid to the Gresham Area Chamber of Commerce. TO REGISTER CALL: Gresham Area Chamber of Commerce at Sec. 91 W. VonBorstel GSHM 9 a.m. noon S 2/7 2/21 Sec. 92 W. VonBorstel GSHM 6:15 9:45 p.m. W 2/11 2/25 Social Security Strategies FIN3SS $49 (No senior discount) A detailed overview of your Social Security and retirement planning alternatives taught in an easy-to-understand format in an informal classroom setting. A $49 fee per family of two will be paid to the Gresham Area Chamber of Commerce. TO REGISTER CALL: Gresham Area Chamber of Commerce at Sec. 91 W. VonBorstel GSHM 6:15 8 p.m. T 3/24 Sec. 92 W. VonBorstel GSHM 10 a.m. 12:30 p.m. S 3/21 Welcome to Medicare! HE4MC Free Understand Medicare basics and make informed choices. Taught by trained volunteers in cooperation with Multnomah County Aging and Disability Services. Sec. 91 B. Earnest GSHM 7 9:20 p.m. R 1/15 Sec. 92 B. Earnest GSHM 7 9:20 p.m. R 2/19 Sec. 93 B. Earnest GSHM 7 9:20 p.m. R 3/19 COMPUTER AND TECHNOLOGY Excel Level I GEN6ZEA $89 ($79 Senior) Explore, experiment, and take advantage of the features of Excel Learn how to build a basic spreadsheet, create an embedded chart; and use formulas, functions and formatting. Use your new skills to complete calculations, make decisions, graph data and develop professional looking reports! Textbook purchase required. Sec. 31 S. Benjamin MAY p.m. S 1/10 2/7 Excel Level II GEN6ZEB $89 ($79 Senior) Excel level II focuses on streamlining and enhancing spreadsheets with templates, charts, graphics, and formulas. Apply visual elements and advanced formulas to a worksheet to display data in various formats. Topics include: financial tables, data tables, amortization schedules, create, sort, and query tables, create templates, work with multiple worksheets and workbooks. Increase your confidence and build problem solving skills! Textbook purchase required. Sec. 31 S. Benjamin MAY p.m. S 2/14 3/14 Class location, times and dates are subject to change. Please refer to learn.mhcc.edu for up-to-date class information. College + Community Winter
18 Community Education Word Level I GEN6ZWA $89 ($79 Senior) Word is a full feature word processing program that allows you to create professional looking documents and revise them with ease. Explore ways to create flyers, letters, memos, resumes and more. Utilize Word editing tools to improve your work. Discover formatting techniques to visually enhance your documents by adding borders, pictures and images. A great class to take! Sec. 31 S. Benjamin MAY a.m. 2 p.m. S 1/10 2/7 Word Level II GEN6ZWB $89 ($79 Senior) Extend your basic skills and knowledge of Word and create more intricate and varied documents. Existing skills and knowledge are enhanced by covering more advanced aspects of key topics such as formatting, tables, and lists. New features are introduced such as merging, envelopes, mailing labels, multiple columns, text boxes and WordArt. Produce professional looking documents that reflect the quality of your work! Sec. 31 S. Benjamin MAY a.m. 2 p.m. S 2/14 3/14 Gently Learning Computer PC5CB $69 ($59 Senior) This is the perfect class for anyone who wants to learn the basic skills needed to operate and enjoy their computer. Learn beginning techniques for creating, sharing, saving and sending files. Meet the mouse and keyboard. Learn to , send attachments, work with photos and browse the Internet. Come enjoy this slow-paced, casual atmosphere, with lots of hands-on practice and opportunities to ask questions! Sec. 91 C. Kreisman GSHM 3:30 5:30 p.m. M 1/12 3/16 ipad Basics Workshop PC4EIC $30 ($20 Senior) New ipad tablet? Apple s ipad elegance can also lead to frustrations. Hands-on learning covering touch interface, , photos, Web surfing and your questions. Small class size allows fun and relaxed exploring through demonstrations then doing it yourself. Updated for ios7, covering ipad2 and newer. Bring your ipad and let s play! Sec. 31 B. McDaniel MAY p.m. M/W 2/2 2/11 Community Skills Center Membership- Learn Computers and More! PC4CSC $89 ($79 Seniors) Enjoy 10 weeks of unlimited access to over 1,400 computer and business skills online training videos, hands-on practice files, MS Office and Adobe software, Wi-Fi, meeting spaces, library services, and more! Located conveniently at the Maywood Park Campus (102nd & NE Prescott). Sec. 31 Self-Paced MAY M/T/W/R/U 1/5 3/19 Take Control of Your Canon EOS Digital Camera PHT4C $72 ($62 Senior) Learn in clear, non-technical language how to use every function on your EOS digital camera. Canon lenses, flash units discussed. Sec. 91 D. Green GSHM 9 a.m. 5 p.m. S 1/31 Take Control of Your Nikon Digital SLR Camera PHT4NC $72 ($62 Senior) Learn in clear, non-technical language how to use your Nikon digital SLR camera s functions as well as lenses and flash units. Sec. 91 D. Green GSHM 9 a.m. 5 p.m. S 2/7 Understanding Photography Composition PHT4UC $49 ($39 Senior) Covers beginning and intermediate composition techniques to improve the impact of your photos. Sec. 91 D. Green GSHM 3 7 p.m. U 2/8 HEALTH, FITNESS & RECREATION Practical Self Defense REC6SF $69 ($59 Seniors) Hit the ground running in this course designed to teach you self defense techniques that you can use right away. All levels of fitness and experience are welcome. Areas of training include awareness, strikes, take downs, ground fighting and escapes. Other areas such as agility and strength will also be worked on. Have fun while learning how to be safe in scary situations. Sec. 91 K. Davis GSHM 7 9 p.m. W 1/14 3/11 Tai Chi for Better Balance REC8TC $48 ($38 Senior) Participants in this class will practice a series of simple, slow, and effective movements aimed at improving balance, strengthening the muscles, and reducing the risk of falling. Sitting and standing movements to strengthen core muscles, Tai chi movement adapted by Physical Therapists effective and easy to learn. Sec. 91 B. Newman FAIR 10:45 11:45 a.m. F 1/16 3/13 Qigong for Health and Longevity REC6QC $48 ($38 Senior) Qigong (chi kung) teaches individuals how to balance and strengthen their own qi (chi) to achieve good health. Qigong exercises are performed in a relaxed, gentle fashion that does not cause exhaustion or strain to the body. The exercises use breathing, stretching, movement, and visualization to develop a strong and functional body, and a calm, relaxed mind. Through practice the joints, internal organs, and glands are all strengthened. Sec. 91 B. Newman FAIR 12:10 1 p.m. F 1/16 3/13 Advanced Tai Chi Chuan and Broadsword REC7TC $48 ($38 Senior) This class uses the entire Classical Yang Style long form of Tai Chi Chuan with attention to posture, breath and mindfulness. The Plum Flower Chinese broadsword set will also be practiced. Swords available for use in class. Sec. 92 B. Newman FAIR 7 8 p.m. M 1/12 3/16 Sec. 31 B. Newman MAY 311 1:30 2:30 p.m. M 1/12 3/16 Beginning Ballroom Dance REC3BD $59 ($49 Senior) So You Think You Can t Dance! Well, Dennis and Carol have more than 30 years of professional teaching experience. Their main expertise is keeping things simple and easy. If you are a beginner, this is where you need to start. They ll cover five lessons of East Coast swing (one of the easiest dances to learn) and five lessons of waltz (an all time favorite). Enrolled partner required. (If you need a partner, call the instructor at ) No class 1/19. Sec. 91 Shioshi/Schalk GSHM 6:30 7:30 p.m. M 1/5 3/23 16 Register today at learn.mhcc.edu classes fill up fast!
19 Community Education Beginning Cha Cha and Night Club 2 Step REC4CC $59 ($49 Senior) Cha cha has long been a popular Latin dance that gets you moving! Night club 2 step is a beautiful contemporary slow dance that allows you to glide and flow across the floor. Both dances cover the basic skills of dance and are easy to learn. Come join the fun! Enrolled partner required. (If you need a partner, call the instructor at ) Sec. 91 Shioshi/Schalk GSHM 7:45 8:45 p.m. M 1/5 3/23 Beginning Tai Chi Chuan and Qigong REC5TC $43 ($33 Senior) Internal form of Kung Fu reduces effects of stress; develops leg power, hip, shoulder and spine flexibility; increases stamina; and improves balance and posture. Includes the Qigong Eight Pieces of Brocade and the first section of the Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan form. Sec. 91 B. Newman FAIR 6 6:50 p.m. M 1/12 3/16 Sec. 31 B. Newman MAY :30 1:20 p.m. M 1/12 3/16 Belly Dance Fitness REC4WB $64 ($54 Senior) Experience the beauty and mystery of this ancient women s dance. Body isolations, stretching, movement combinations and veil work will be included. Sec. 91 K. Miller GSHM 2 2:50 p.m. S 1/17 3/21 Dancing for Birth HE4DB $64 ($54 Senior) Dance your way to a better pregnancy and birth! Dancing for Birth combines the wisdom of traditional women s dances from around the world with the latest research to help mom stay fit and prepare for an empowering birth experience. Learn the moves to use throughout pregnancy and while in labor to help baby come out singing. Sec. 91 L. M. Morgan FRVW 6 7:15 p.m. M 1/26 3/9 Intermediate Ballroom Dance REC4BD $59 ($49 Senior) Add fun and confidence to ballroom dance. Review basic steps and rhythms of waltz and East Coast swing. Learn new steps, add styling and musicality. Prerequisite: Beginning ballroom dance or basic waltz and East Coast swing. Enrolled partner required. (If you need a partner, call the instructor at ) Sec. 91 Shioshi/Schalk FRVW 6:30 7:30 p.m. R 1/15 3/19 Keep Moving Seniors REC5KM $65 ($55 Senior) Improve your flexibility, range of motion and balance. Bring 1- or 2-pound weights for strength training and stretching. No floor exercise. Sec. 91 D. Glasnapp ZION 7:55 8:45 a.m. M/W/F 1/12 3/20 Sec. 92 D. Glasnapp GLC 9:30 10:30 a.m. M/W/F 1/12 3/20 Sec. 93 D. Glasnapp ZION a.m. T/R ($47 $37 Senior) 1/13 3/19 Mat Pilates REC5P $79 ($69 Senior) Mat Pilates is a class designed to improve muscle tone, shape, strength, endurance, flexibility and general mobility. Flow through a progressive series of core centered exercises that restore balance to the lower back and abdominals. Mat Pilates has been proven to improve emotional balance, mental clarity, boost the immune system and stimulate circulation and blood oxygenation. Bring a mat and be ready to have fun. Sec. 91 P. Latshaw FRVW 5 5:50 p.m. M/W 1/12 3/18 Adult Ballet REC4AB $88 ($78 Senior) Explore the beauty and joy of learning ballet and stretch techniques to classical music. All levels welcome! Sec. 91 L. Morgan GSHM 8:30 10:30 a.m. S 1/10 3/14 Tap Dance REC3TP $64 ($54 Senior) A rhythmic, fun way to exercise. Students will learn basic tap vocabulary and style culminating in a choreographed dance. Sec. 91 K. Miller GSHM 3 3:50 p.m. S 1/17 3/21 Yoga for Health REC5Y $89 ($79 Senior) Learn proper body alignment and breath awareness. Release tension and tone and strengthen muscles, bones and organs. Improve concentration, calm the mind and emotions. Wear loose clothing; bring a mat, blanket and pillow. Entry level, ages 18 and up. Sec. 91 M. Corgiat ZION 9:05 10:35 a.m. M/W 1/12 3/18 Sec. 92 M. Corgiat ZION 8 9:30 a.m. T/R 1/13 3/19 Sec. 93 M. Corgiat FAIR 6 7:30 p.m. T/R 1/13 3/19 be employed Diversity Career & Job Fair The Largest Job Fair in East County! Thursday, April 2, a.m. - 2 p.m. MHCC Gym SPONSORED BY: mhcc.edu/jobfair Class location, times and dates are subject to change. Please refer to learn.mhcc.edu for up-to-date class information. College + Community Winter
20 Community Education Water Aerobics by Moonlight REC5WM $89 ($79 Senior) Enjoy the moonlit ambiance of an indoor pool as you work out the day s frustrations. Learn new and innovative water aerobic exercises in the shallow end of the swimming pool. Sec. 91 M. Furness RYMS POOL 8:30 9:30 p.m. T/R 1/13 3/19 Zumba Fitness REC5ZM $89 ($79 Senior) This Latin-inspired dance fitness program blends international music and infectious steps to form dance that is downright addictive. Incorporating cumbia, merengue, salsa, reggaeton, mambo, rumba, flamenco and hip-hop, both fast and slow rhythms help tone and sculpt the body. Dance and burn 600 1,000 calories each class! Sec. 91 J. Chau GSHM 5:30 6:30 p.m. T/R 1/13 3/19 Zumba Gold REC5ZMG $89 ($79 Senior) Zumba Gold is a lower intensity version of zumba, a Latin-inspired dance fitness program that blends international music and infectious steps to form dance. Perfect for seniors and those with lower fitness levels or physical limitations. Easy to follow at any size or age. Sec. 91 P. Latshaw FRVW 4 4:50 p.m. M/W 1/12 3/18 HOME, GARDEN & FAMILY Concealed Handgun Permit Class GUN4CH $49 ($39 Senior) Satisfies requirements to obtain a Concealed Carry License (CHL). Covers safety and responsibility of firearm ownership, how to obtain a CHL, where the permit is valid, how to interact with law enforcement and use of deadly force as described in Oregon Revised Statues (ORS). Students who complete class receive an Oregon Concealed Carry Training Certificate. Sec. 91 S. Curtain GSHM 6 9 p.m. M 3/2 Mycelium Under our Feet How Mushrooms Touch our Lives HRT4MM $29 ($19 Senior) The goal of the class is to raise awareness of homeowners and landscape professionals of the importance of mycelium in vegetable gardens, nurseries, landscapes and the forests that surround us all. Understand the causes of mycelium degradation and solutions for restoring fungal balance in the environment. Sec. 91 S. Schmidt GSHM 6:30 8:30 p.m. T 1/20 Pruning Like a Pro HRT4P $75 ($65 Senior) Learn effects of pruning, winter/summer reasons to prune, tools used in pruning, care of tools, wound dressings, how to make cuts, timing and techniques for pruning. Oregon Landscape Contractor Board approved: 6 CEH credits. Sec. 91 S. Schmidt GSHM 6:30 8:30 p.m. M/T/R 1/26 1/29 Sustainable Landscape Techniques HRT4SL $75 ($65 Senior) Learn basic landscape types, soil improvement and storm water mitigation. Covers watering techniques, plant information, planting problems, proper tree staking, weed control and organic growing. Oregon Landscape Contractor Board approved 6 CEH credits. Sec. 91 S. Schmidt GSHM 6:30-8:30 M/T/R 1/5-1/8 Teen Driver s Education ODOT Certified DRV4DE $210 Offered through Reynolds High School for teens and young adults with a valid driving permit. Students receive 33 hours of classroom instruction plus six hours behind-the-wheel and six hours of active observation. Students who will be 18 or older before course ends, or who already have a license or obtain it prior to course completion pay an additional $210 at registration. Students attend one three-hour class each week and may choose, each week, to attend either a 3:30 6:30 p.m. Monday session or a 9 a.m. noon Saturday session. In-car drive times will be scheduled during the first class. To register or for more information, go to Reynolds High School main office at 257th and Cherry Park Road. Information also available at LANGUAGE, CULTURE & TRAVEL Amazing Women Around the World HIS4WP $45 ($35 Senior) This class will focus on honoring little known women and their big contributions to many cultures from prehistoric times to the present. Learn how women empower their families, communities, countries, and themselves through school, work, skill, and togetherness. Short lectures, guest speakers, class discussions, and relevant videos and web sites enliven sessions. No textbook necessary. Sec. 91 R. Mahoney GSHM Noon 2 p.m. T 2/10 2/24 Amazing Women in Myth and Music HIS4WM $45 ($35 Senior) Come learn about the little known female contributions to different cultures from prehistoric times to the present. Discover how women have been empowered by various female figures in myths, and how music is an essential and exciting element in all women s cultures. Guest speakers, story-telling, poetry reading, class discussions, and relevant videos and web sites enliven sessions. No textbook necessary. Sec. 91 R. Mahoney GSHM Noon 2 p.m. T 3/3 3/17 Amazing Women s Wisdom HIS4WW $45 ($35 Senior) This class focuses on the wise choices of women in teaching, healing, and writing, whose work has influenced generations and enhanced practices in these fields. References are made to ancient women s ideas and practices, but the emphasis is on modern times. Short lectures, guests, discussions, videos, and web sites enliven the sessions. No textbook needed. Sec. 91 R. Mahoney GSHM Noon 2 p.m. T 1/20 2/3 Wines of the World: United States HEC2WA $59 ($49 senior) First in a series of three courses to learn what is behind the label in that bottle of wine. Develop an appreciation for the product of viniculture. Discussion will center around the history, cultivation, production and storage of wine in all United States wine-production areas. Component tasting included. Prerequisite: Student must be 21 years of age and have proof of photo ID. Sec. 91 H. Harden GHSM 6:10 9 p.m. T 1/6 1/27 18 Register today at learn.mhcc.edu classes fill up fast!
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