Schedule of Classes

Eureka Campus
Fall 2017

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Course/SectionSynonymTitleCreditsInstructorDaysTimesRoomStart-End Dates
ADCT-10-E2798042798Intro to Addiction Studies3.0S BibonaM 6:05PM- 9:15PM
ADCT-10-E2801042801Intro to Addiction Studies3.0S BibonaTTH 2:50PM- 4:15PMHMHU215
ADCT-13-E2802042802Addictn & Disorders: Spec Pops3.0S AltschulerW 6:05PM- 9:15PMHMHU106
ADCT-15-E2859042859Intro to Counseling Skills3.0S AltschulerTTH 6:05PM- 8:35PMSCSC202
ADCT-16-E2860042860Addiction & the Family System3.0S AltschulerM 6:05PM- 9:15PMLRC105
This class meets in person on the Eureka campus. Additional students will join via interactive live video from other sites.
ADCT-38-E2863042863Field Placement Seminar I2.0I MacKelvieF 6:05PM- 8:10PMLRC105
AG-15-E2884042884Landscape Maintenance3.0B WalkerS 9:00AM-11:05AM
S11:15AM- 2:25PMGH100
AG-17-E2873042873Soil Science3.0E McGee-HoughtonF 8:30AM-10:35AMAT108
F10:50AM- 2:00PMAT108
AG-22-E2875042875Vegetable Production3.0S PaleckiW 8:30AM-10:35AMAT108
W10:50AM- 2:00PMAT108
AG-23-E2876042876Intro to Plant Science3.0E McGee-HoughtonTTH 8:30AM-11:00AMAT108
AG-27-E2885042885Nursery Practices3.0B WalkerM 9:00AM-11:05AMGH100
M11:15AM- 2:25PMGH100
AG-35-E2877042877Agriculture Sales3.0StaffTH 1:15PM- 4:25PM
AG-43-E2878042878Intro to Agriculture2.0F RulofsonT 2:50PM- 4:55PMAT108
AG-44A-E2879042879Agriculture Leadership I1.0F RulofsonM 2:50PM- 3:50PMAT108
DHR
AG-44B-E2880042880Agriculture Leadership II1.0F RulofsonM 2:50PM- 3:50PMAT108
DHR
AG-44C-E2881042881Agriculture Leadership III1.0F RulofsonM 2:50PM- 3:50PMAT108
DHR
AG-5-E2886042886Animal Science3.0F RulofsonT11:40AM- 2:40PM
AG-51-E2882042882Tractor Operations3.0F RulofsonF 8:30AM- 2:00PMFARMTBA
First day of class meets in the CR Greenhouse.
AG-64F-E2883042883Sustainable Ag. Lab (Fall)1.0F RulofsonTH 9:00AM-12:10PMFARMTBA
Class meets at 8 a.m. at CR Greenhouse to drive to the CR Shively Farm.
AJ-1-E3832043832Intro to Admin of Justice3.0G SokolowTTH 8:30AM- 9:55AMAJ108
AJ-10-E3836043836Juvenile Justice3.0T TosteM 6:05PM- 9:15PMAJ108
AJ-3-E3833043833Intro to Corrections3.0G AllenW 6:05PM- 9:15PMAJ108
AJ-4-E3835043835Criminal Law4.0G SokolowTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMAJ108
This class requires EITHER a physical (on-campus) attendance in the classroom OR a real-time presence in the class via a computer with high-speed internet connection on Thursdays 01:15pm -02:40pm AND online coursework. Prior to enrolling in this class you must do the following: (1) make sure your email and phone number are current in your WebAdvisor profile , and (2) contact the instructor via email to get course-specific information. This is an online class using Canvas, available at https://redwoods.instructure.com. Consistent broadband access to the Internet, as well as basic skills in learning and studying in an online environment, are required. We strongly encourage you to review your online readiness and to read the instructor's class orientation letter; these and other relevant materials are available at http://www.redwoods.edu/departments/distance/. This course totals 72 hours of instruction.
AJ-82-E3838043838Basic Academy - Module II8.5R GrimmMTWTHF 6:30AM- 5:00PMAJ10108/14/17-09/23/17
This class requires 243 hours to complete. Before enrolling, students must pass: 1. The POST pre-entry English skills assessment exam with a score of T-42 or above. (May be waived if hired by California law enforcement agency prior to Academy). 2. A basic physical fitness test by running 1.5 miles in under 17 minutes, completing 25 situps in one minute or less and 20 pushups (straight leg) in one minute or less. 3. A medical exam by a licensed physician or similar medical professional. 4. A criminal history records check (fingerprinting) pursuant to the California Penal Code. This must be completed and the results obtained before the first day of class. 5. A DMV printout of the student's driving record.
AJ-83-E3839043839Basic Academy - Module I16.0R GrimmMTWTHF 6:30AM- 5:00PMAJ10109/25/17-12/14/17
This class requires 490 hours for completion. Before enrolling, students must pass: 1. The POST pre-entry English skills assessment exam with a score of T-42 or above. (May be waived if hired by California law enforcement agency prior to Academy). 2. A basic physical fitness test by running 1.5 miles in under 17 minutes, completing 25 situps in one minute or less and 20 pushups (straight leg) in one minute or less. 3. A medical exam by a licensed physician or similar medical professional. 4. A criminal history records check (fingerprinting) pursuant to the California Penal Code. This must be completed and the results obtained before the first day of class. 5. A DMV printout of the student's driving record.
ANTH-1-E2577042577Biological Anthropology3.0J ShawTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU127
ANTH-2-E2578042578Intro to Archaeology3.0J ShawM 1:15PM- 3:20PMHMHU127
W 1:15PM- 4:25PMHMHU127
ANTH-3-E2579042579Cultural Anthropology3.0J ShawTTH10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU127
ANTH-3-E2580042580Cultural Anthropology3.0A GarwinM 6:05PM- 9:15PMHMHU127
ANTH-3-E2581042581Cultural Anthropology3.0A GarwinTTH 2:45PM- 4:20PMHMHU12709/05/17-12/15/17
This is a late Start class beginning on 9/5/17
ANTH-6-E2583042583Intro to Forensic Anth3.0A GarwinMW10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU127
ART-10-E2833042833Color & Design3.0C HooperMW11:35AM- 2:45PMCA139
ART-11-E2834042834Three-Dimensional Design3.0D ZdrazilMW 8:15AM-11:25AMCA135
Additional Fee: $50
ART-17-E2835042835Basic Drawing3.0D SmithTTH11:35AM- 2:45PMCA138
No textbook is required for this course. Purchase of additional art supplies is required for this course.
ART-17-E2836042836Basic Drawing3.0D SmithTTH 2:50PM- 6:00PMCA138
ART-17-E2837042837Basic Drawing3.0E SilverMW 2:50PM- 6:00PMCA139
No textbook is required for this course. Purchase of additional art supplies is required for this course.
ART-17-E2838042838Basic Drawing3.0T LundMW 8:15AM-11:25AMCA138
No textbook is required for this course. Purchase of additional art supplies is required for this course.
ART-19-E2839042839Figure Drawing3.0C HooperTTH11:35AM- 2:45PMCA139
ART-1A-E2840042840Art Hist: Pre-Hist to Gothic3.0G GopinathTTH10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU112
ART-2-E2841042841Intro to Art3.0N MargulisTTH 8:15AM-11:25AMCA135
Additional Fee: $20. No textbook is required for this course. Purchase of additional art supplies is required for this course.
ART-2-E2842042842Intro to Art3.0N MargulisMW 2:50PM- 6:00PMCA135
Additional Fee: $20. No textbook is required for this course. Purchase of additional art supplies is required for this course.
ART-22-E2843042843Techniques in Watercolor3.0E SilverMW11:35AM- 2:45PMCA138
Additional Fee: $20
ART-23-E2844042844Painting3.0C HooperMW 2:50PM- 6:00PMCA138
ART-31A-E2845042845Intro to Ceramics3.0S SullivanMW 2:50PM- 6:00PMCA136
Additional Fee: $75
ART-31B-E2846042846Intro to Ceramics (Wheel)3.0S SullivanTTH11:35AM- 2:45PMCA136
Additional Fee: $75
ART-35-E2847042847Digital Photography3.0E BotkinTTH 8:15AM-11:25AMCA126
Additional Fee: $35
ART-35-E2848042848Digital Photography3.0E BotkinTTH11:35AM- 2:45PMCA126
Additional Fee: $35
ART-3A-E2849042849Introduction to Sculpture3.0B FunkeTTH 2:50PM- 6:00PMCA135
Additional Fee: $50
ART-4-E2850042850Art Appreciation3.0G GopinathMW10:05AM-11:30AMCA139
ART-4-E2851042851Art Appreciation3.0G GopinathTTH 2:50PM- 4:15PMCA139
ART-40-E4323044323Independent Study (Art)2.0D WilsonDHR
The class requires 108 hours.
ART-42-E2852042852Beginning Graphic Design3.0N MargulisMW11:35AM- 2:45PMCA126
Additional Fee: $15
ART-56-E2854042854Figure Drawing Lab1.0C HooperTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMCA139
ART-57-E2853042853Painting Lab1.0E SilverMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMCA138
ART-57-E2855042855Painting Lab1.0C HooperMW 4:30PM- 5:55PMCA138
ART-60-E2856042856Intro to Jewelry/Metals3.0T LundMW11:35AM- 2:45PMCA135
Additional Fee: $50
ART-99A-E2858042858Museums & Galleries of CA2.0S SullivanDHR
This class will meet three times on campus before culminating in a field trip to Bay Area Museums and Galleries. The class will meet on campus on Monday 10/2, Monday 10/9, and Monday 10/16 from 6:00-9:15pm in CA 136. The field trip will take place the weekend of 10/20-10/22. Students are expected to meet in San Francisco on Saturday at 9:30am. The tour will take place all day on Saturday and until early afternoon on Sunday. Students will provide their own transportation and lodging.
ASTRO-10-E2593042593Intro to Astronomy3.0J PedicinoMW10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU129
ASTRO-10-E2594042594Intro to Astronomy3.0J PedicinoMW11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU129
ASTRO-10-E2595042595Intro to Astronomy3.0J PedicinoT 6:35PM- 9:45PMHMHU129
ASTRO-11-E2596042596Solar System/Space Exploration3.0J PedicinoMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU129
ASTRO-30-E2597042597Teaching Sci W/Sci Fiction2.0J PedicinoT 4:25PM- 6:30PMHMHU129
AT-12-E2451042451Automotive Braking Systems4.0A FlorezTTH 8:15AM-12:35PMAT128
AT-14-E2452042452Manual Drivetrain and Axle4.0M RichardsMW 1:15PM- 5:35PMAT128
AT-16-E2453042453Automotive Electrical Systems4.0M RichardsMW 8:15AM-12:35PMAT128
AT-20-E2454042454Auto Suspension/Steering4.0A FlorezTTH 5:45PM-10:10PMAT128
BIOL-1-E3096043096General Biology4.0R ReinerMW10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU112
M 1:15PM- 4:25PMSCSC108
BIOL-1-E3097043097General Biology4.0R ReinerMW10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU112
W 1:15PM- 4:25PMSCSC108
BIOL-1-E3098043098General Biology4.0D LaPentaTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU112
W10:00AM- 1:10PMSCSC108
BIOL-1-E3099043099General Biology4.0D LaPentaTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU112
TH10:00AM- 1:10PMSCSC108
BIOL-1-E3100043100General Biology4.0D LaPentaTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU112
F10:00AM- 1:10PMSCSC108
BIOL-1-E3101043101General Biology4.0L AndersonMW 6:05PM- 7:30PMHMHU112
M 7:35PM-10:45PMSCSC108
BIOL-1-E3102043102General Biology4.0L AndersonMW 6:05PM- 7:30PMHMHU112
W 7:35PM-10:45PMSCSC108
BIOL-2-E3105043105Microbiology4.0D LaPentaTTH11:40AM-12:45PMHMHU112
MW10:05AM- 1:15PM
BIOL-2-E3106043106Microbiology4.0D LaPentaTTH11:40AM-12:45PMHMHU112
MW 2:50PM- 6:00PMSCSC104
BIOL-2-E3107043107Microbiology4.0J KellyMW 6:05PM- 7:10PMHMHU112
MW 7:15PM-10:25PMSCSC104
BIOL-20-E3108043108Natural History4.0K ReissMW11:40AM- 1:05PMSCSC104
F11:40AM- 2:50PMSCSC102
BIOL-4-E3109043109General Zoology4.0K ReissTTH 8:30AM- 9:35AMHMHU110
TTH10:00AM- 1:10PMSCSC102
BIOL-4-E3110043110General Zoology4.0K ReissTTH 8:30AM- 9:35AMHMHU110
TTH 1:15PM- 4:25PMSCSC102
BIOL-6-E3111043111Human Anatomy4.0J RayburnMW 8:30AM- 9:35AMHMHU112
MW10:00AM- 1:10PMSCSC102
BIOL-6-E3112043112Human Anatomy4.0J RayburnMW 8:30AM- 9:35AMHMHU112
MW 1:15PM- 4:25PMSCSC102
BIOL-7-E3114043114Human Physiology4.0W RiggsTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMSCSC104
TTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMSCSC104
BIOL-7-E4200044200Human Physiology4.0W RiggsTTH 8:30AM- 9:55AMSCSC104
TTH10:05AM-11:30AMSCSC104
BIOL-8-E3117043117Human Biology4.0R ReinerTTH11:40AM- 1:05PM
F10:00AM- 1:10PMSCSC104
BT-111-E2456042456Keyboarding I3.0A GainesMW 9:00AM-11:30AMHMHU204
BT-51-E2459042459Spreadsheet Applications4.0D SilvaTTH 2:50PM- 4:15PMHMHU204
TTH 4:25PM- 5:50PMHMHU204
BUS-10-E3253043253Intro to Business3.0M DennisMW 8:30AM- 9:55AMLRC105
This class meets in person on the Eureka campus. Additional students will join via interactive live video from other sites.
BUS-10-E3317043317Intro to Business3.0C GainesTTH 8:30AM- 9:55AM
BUS-10-E3318043318Intro to Business3.0S AndersonTTH11:40AM- 1:05PM
BUS-10-E3319043319Intro to Business3.0C GainesMW10:05AM-11:30AMSCSC208
BUS-10-E3320043320Intro to Business3.0S AndersonMW 4:30PM- 5:55PMHMHU207
BUS-10-K3323043323Intro to Business3.0M DennisMW 8:30AM- 9:55AMHTEC2
This class meets in person on the Eureka campus. Additional students will join via interactive live video from other sites.
BUS-18-E3328043328Business Law3.0E NaffahM 2:50PM- 6:00PM
BUS-180-E3330043330Intro to Bookkeeping3.0L WolfsenMW11:40AM- 2:10PMHMHU204
BUS-1A-E3820043820Financial Accounting4.0D ByrneTTH 4:30PM- 7:40PMLRC105
BUS-34-E3819043819Intro to Personal Finance3.0M DennisMW10:05AM-11:30AM
BUS-35-E3333043333Strategic Marketing4.0C GainesTTH10:05AM-12:10PMHMHU218
BUS-52-E3334043334Business Communications3.0L WolfsenMW 2:50PM- 4:15PMHMHU218
BUS-68-E3335043335Intro to Management3.0L WolfsenMW 4:30PM- 5:55PMHMHU218
BUS-69-E3336043336Business Plan Development4.0C GainesTTH 1:15PM- 4:25PMHMHU218
CET-10-E2472042472Survey of Electronics3.0M PetersonTTH10:05AM-11:30AMAT106
CET-10L-E2474042474Survey of Electronics Lab1.0M PetersonTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMAT106
CHEM-1A-E2683042683General Chemistry5.0A SartoriMW10:05AM-11:30AMSCSC114
TTH10:00AM- 1:10PMSCSC114
CHEM-1A-E2684042684General Chemistry5.0A SartoriMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMSCSC114
TTH 1:15PM- 4:25PMSCSC114
CHEM-2-E2685042685Intro to Chemistry5.0D DuberowMWF11:40AM-12:55PMSCSC106
MW10:05AM-11:30AMSCSC106
CHEM-2-E2687042687Intro to Chemistry5.0D DuberowMWF 1:15PM- 2:30PMSCSC106
MW 2:50PM- 4:15PMSCSC106
CHEM-2-E2688042688Intro to Chemistry5.0D DuberowTTH 5:30PM- 7:35PMSCSC114
TTH 7:40PM- 9:05PMSCSC114
CIS-1-E2461042461Computer Information Systems4.0C RomeroTTH11:35AM- 2:45PMHMHU210
CIS-1-E2462042462Computer Information Systems4.0M BrownMW 2:50PM- 6:00PMHMHU214
CIS-100-E2465042465Basic Computer Skills3.0A GainesMW11:40AM- 2:10PMHMHU210
CIS-210-E4317044317Beginning Computer Skills0.0D WilsonMTWTH 9:30AM-11:30AMHMHU210
CIS-30-E2469042469CCNA: Network Fundamentals4.0D CalderwoodTTH11:35AM- 2:45PMHMHU214
Additional Fee: $15
CIS-31-E2470042470Systems and Network Admin4.0D CalderwoodDHR
This is a hybrid class requiring BOTH in person meetings Wednesday from 11:35 AM - 2:45 PM on the Eureka campus AND extensive individual and collaborative online work using Canvas, reliable internet access, strong computer skills, and self-motivation to meet bi-weekly deadlines. This course totals 108 hours of instruction.
W11:35AM- 2:45PMHMHU214
This is a hybrid class requiring BOTH in person meetings Wednesday from 11:35 AM - 2:45 PM on the Eureka campus AND extensive individual and collaborative online work using Canvas, reliable internet access, strong computer skills, and self-motivation to meet bi-weekly deadlines. This course totals 108 hours of instruction.
CIS-42-E4276044276Coop Work Exper Educ CIS0.5C RomeroDHR
This class requires 37.5 hours
CIS-98-E2471042471PC Computer Repair & Maint4.0C RomeroDHR
This is a hybrid class requiring BOTH in person meetings Friday from 11:35 AM - 2:45 PM on the Eureka campus AND extensive individual and collaborative online work using Canvas, reliable internet access, strong computer skills, and self-motivation to meet bi-weekly deadlines. This course totals 108 hours of instruction.
F11:35AM- 2:45PMHMHU214
This is a hybrid class requiring BOTH in person meetings Friday from 11:35 AM - 2:45 PM on the Eureka campus AND extensive individual and collaborative online work using Canvas, reliable internet access, strong computer skills, and self-motivation to meet bi-weekly deadlines. This course totals 108 hours of instruction.
COMM-1-E2887042887Public Speaking3.0L SaylesMW10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU207
COMM-1-E2888042888Public Speaking3.0L SaylesMW11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU215
COMM-1-E2911042911Public Speaking3.0G BeadleTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PM
COMM-1-E2922042922Public Speaking3.0G BeadleTTH 2:50PM- 4:15PMHMHU211
COMM-1-E2923042923Public Speaking3.0G BeadleT 6:05PM- 9:15PM
COMM-6-E2924042924Small Group Communication3.0K MayerMW11:40AM- 1:05PM
COMM-7-E3723043723Interpersonal Communication3.0L SaylesTTH10:05AM-11:30AM
COMM-7-E4304044304Interpersonal Communication3.0L RossmanTTH11:40AM- 1:05PM
COMM-7-E4305044305Interpersonal Communication3.0L RossmanTTH 2:50PM- 4:15PM
CT-152-E3296043296Open Lab for Woodworking1.0W HoleTH 1:00PM- 5:10PMAT10909/21/17-12/15/17
CT-21A-E3297043297Survey of Wood Tech3.0W HoleF 9:10AM-10:15AMAT109
Additional Fee: $20
F10:20AM- 5:10PMAT109
Additional Fee: $20
CT-21A-E3298043298Survey of Wood Tech3.0StaffM 5:30PM- 6:35PMAT109
Additional Fee: $20
MW 6:40PM- 9:50PMAT109
Additional Fee: $20
CT-21B-E3299043299Intermediate Wood Tech3.0W HoleF 8:00AM- 9:05AMAT109
Additional Fee: $20
F10:20AM- 5:10PMAT109
Additional Fee: $20
CT-21B-E3300043300Intermediate Wood Tech3.0StaffW 5:30PM- 6:35PMAT109
Additional Fee: $20
MW 6:40PM- 9:50PMAT109
Additional Fee: $20
CT-25-E3301043301OSHA Construction Safety2.0W HoleS 9:00AM- 4:05PMAT10610/07/17-11/04/17
CT-31-E3302043302Intro to Solar Thermal System3.0A CookW 6:05PM- 9:15PMAT132
CT-33-E3303043303Intro to Solar PV Systems3.0R SatavaT 6:05PM- 9:15PMAT108
CT-55-E3304043304Adv Wood Technology2.0W HoleF10:20AM- 5:10PMAT109
Additional Fee: $20
CT-55-E3305043305Adv Wood Technology2.0StaffMW 6:40PM- 9:50PMAT109
Additional Fee: $20
CT-57A-E3306043306Cabinetmaking & Millwork I3.0StaffM12:40PM- 1:45PMAT109
MW 1:50PM- 5:00PMAT109
CT-57C-E3307043307Cabinetmaking & Millwork III3.0StaffW12:40PM- 1:45PMAT109
MW 1:50PM- 5:00PMAT109
CT-78A-E3308043308Residential Wiring I2.0R SatavaTH 6:05PM-10:20PMAT108
CT-78C-E3309043309Residential Wiring III2.0R SatavaTH 6:05PM-10:20PMAT108
CT-80-E3310043310Carpentry Theory I3.0D GlavichMW 8:30AM- 9:55AMAT106
Additional Fee: $10
CT-90-E3311043311Beginning Carpentry I3.0D GlavichTTH 8:00AM-12:35PMAT109
CT-90-E3312043312Beginning Carpentry I3.0D GlavichTTH 1:00PM- 5:35PMAT109
CT-95-E3313043313Intermediate Carpentry I3.0D GlavichTTH 8:00AM-12:35PMAT109
Additional Fee: $10
CT-95-E3824043824Intermediate Carpentry I3.0D GlavichTTH 1:00PM- 5:35PM
Additional Fee: $10
DA-153-E2396042396Dental Science2.0H ReedTH 9:30AM-11:35AMAT115
Accepting applications Feb.-Aug., students will be registered once application to the Dental Assisting Program is processed and accepted. An acceptance letter will be sent by certified mail.
DA-154-E2397042397Dental Materials & Procedures3.0H ReedT12:00PM- 2:05PMAT115
Accepting applications Feb.-Aug., students will be registered once application to the Dental Assisting Program is processed and accepted. An acceptance letter will be sent by certified mail.
T 8:30AM-11:40AMAT112
Accepting applications Feb.-Aug., students will be registered once application to the Dental Assisting Program is processed and accepted. An acceptance letter will be sent by certified mail.
DA-154-E2398042398Dental Materials & Procedures3.0H ReedT12:00PM- 2:05PMAT115
Accepting applications Feb.-Aug., students will be registered once application to the Dental Assisting Program is processed and accepted. An acceptance letter will be sent by certified mail.
T 2:10PM- 5:20PMAT112
Accepting applications Feb.-Aug., students will be registered once application to the Dental Assisting Program is processed and accepted. An acceptance letter will be sent by certified mail.
DA-155-E2399042399Dental Radiography2.0H ReedTH12:00PM- 1:05PMAT115
Accepting applications Feb.-Aug., students will be registered once application to the Dental Assisting Program is processed and accepted. An acceptance letter will be sent by certified mail.
M 8:30AM-11:40AMAT112
Accepting applications Feb.-Aug., students will be registered once application to the Dental Assisting Program is processed and accepted. An acceptance letter will be sent by certified mail.
DA-155-E2400042400Dental Radiography2.0H ReedTH12:00PM- 1:05PMAT115
Accepting applications Feb.-Aug., students will be registered once application to the Dental Assisting Program is processed and accepted. An acceptance letter will be sent by certified mail.
W 8:30AM-11:40AMAT112
Accepting applications Feb.-Aug., students will be registered once application to the Dental Assisting Program is processed and accepted. An acceptance letter will be sent by certified mail.
DA-156-E2401042401Dental Assisting Fundamentals5.0H ReedTH 1:10PM- 3:15PMAT115
Accepting applications Feb.-Aug., students will be registered once application to the Dental Assisting Program is processed and accepted. An acceptance letter will be sent by certified mail.
M10:00AM-11:00AMAT11508/21/17-08/21/17
Accepting applications Feb.-Aug., students will be registered once application to the Dental Assisting Program is processed and accepted. An acceptance letter will be sent by certified mail.
W 8:30AM- 4:30PMAT11508/23/17-08/23/17
Accepting applications Feb.-Aug., students will be registered once application to the Dental Assisting Program is processed and accepted. An acceptance letter will be sent by certified mail.
F 7:30AM-10:35AMAT112
Accepting applications Feb.-Aug., students will be registered once application to the Dental Assisting Program is processed and accepted. An acceptance letter will be sent by certified mail.
M12:00PM- 4:30PMAT112
Accepting applications Feb.-Aug., students will be registered once application to the Dental Assisting Program is processed and accepted. An acceptance letter will be sent by certified mail.
F10:45AM- 1:50PMAT11208/21/17-12/15/17
Accepting applications Feb.-Aug., students will be registered once application to the Dental Assisting Program is processed and accepted. An acceptance letter will be sent by certified mail.
DA-156-E2404042404Dental Assisting Fundamentals5.0H ReedM 9:30AM-11:35AMAT115
Accepting applications Feb.-Aug., students will be registered once application to the Dental Assisting Program is processed and accepted. An acceptance letter will be sent by certified mail.
M10:00AM-11:00AMAT11208/21/17-08/21/17
Accepting applications Feb.-Aug., students will be registered once application to the Dental Assisting Program is processed and accepted. An acceptance letter will be sent by certified mail.
W 8:30AM- 4:30PMAT11208/23/17-08/23/17
Accepting applications Feb.-Aug., students will be registered once application to the Dental Assisting Program is processed and accepted. An acceptance letter will be sent by certified mail.
F10:45AM- 1:50PMAT11208/21/17-12/15/17
Accepting applications Feb.-Aug., students will be registered once application to the Dental Assisting Program is processed and accepted. An acceptance letter will be sent by certified mail.
DHR12:00PM- 4:30PMAT11208/21/17-12/15/17
Accepting applications Feb.-Aug., students will be registered once application to the Dental Assisting Program is processed and accepted. An acceptance letter will be sent by certified mail.
DM-10-E3285043285Digital Storytelling4.0K CoutureMW 8:15AM-11:25AMHMHU206
DM-11-E3287043287Digital Media Design4.0J StoweDHR
This is a hybrid class requiring BOTH in person meetings Tuesday and Thursday from 11:35-1:05 PM on the Eureka campus AND extensive individual and collaborative online work using Canvas, reliable internet access, strong computer skills, and self-motivation to meet bi-weekly deadlines. This course totals 108 hours of instruction.
TTH11:35AM- 1:05PMHMHU206
This is a hybrid class requiring BOTH in person meetings Tuesday and Thursday from 11:35-1:05 PM on the Eureka campus AND extensive individual and collaborative online work using Canvas, reliable internet access, strong computer skills, and self-motivation to meet bi-weekly deadlines. This course totals 108 hours of instruction.
DM-15-E3288043288Pre-Production3.0M VanderhorckMW11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU206
DM-22-E3289043289Digital Publishing4.0M VanderhorckMW 1:15PM- 4:25PMHMHU206
DM-23-E3290043290Motion Graphics4.0J StoweTTH 1:15PM- 4:25PMHMHU206
DM-24A-E3291043291Animation Principles3.0K CoutureMW11:35AM- 2:45PMHMHU218
DM-7-E3292043292Intro to Game Development4.0J SidellTTH 4:30PM- 7:40PMHMHU210
DM-71-E3293043293Digital Illustration0.5K CoutureTTH 6:05PM- 9:15PMHMHU20608/29/17-09/21/17
DM-73-E3294043294Intro to Digital Audio0.5A BerkowitzTTH 6:05PM- 9:15PMHMHU20609/26/17-10/19/17
DM-74-E3295043295Intro to Digital Video0.5M VanderhorckTTH 6:05PM- 9:15PMHMHU20611/07/17-11/30/17
DRAMA-24-E4003044003Intro to Theatre3.0L SatlofTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU215
DRAMA-30A-E4004044004Acting I3.0L SatlofTTH 2:50PM- 5:20PMTH104
DRAMA-30B-E4111044111Acting II3.0L SatlofTTH 2:50PM- 5:20PMTH104
DT-23-E2477042477Engineering Design Graphics3.0StaffTTH 6:05PM- 8:35PMAT105
DT-23-E3826043826Engineering Design Graphics3.0S BrownMW 1:15PM- 3:45PMAT107
DT-50-D24790424793D CAD Applications4.0StaffTTH 2:50PM- 6:00PMAT107
DT-73-E2480042480Arch Draft-Residential Design3.0StaffMW10:05AM-12:35PMAT105
DT-80-E2481042481Modeling & Animation4.0StaffTTH10:05AM- 1:15PMAT107
ECE-1-E3274043274Principles/Practices of Teach3.0E WilsonT 6:05PM- 9:15PMCDC101
ECE-2-E3276043276Child Growth & Development3.0C TitusTH 6:05PM- 9:15PMCDC101
ECE-5-E3279043279The Child in the Family & Com3.0D KalvaitisT 1:15PM- 4:25PMCDC101
ECE-7-E3282043282Intro to Early Childhood Curr3.0D SandersW 1:15PM- 3:20PMCDC101
DHR
ECE-7-E4334044334Intro to Early Childhood Curr3.0J BlackS 9:00AM-11:05AMCDC101
Contract Ed. Class
S CDC101
Contract Ed. Class
ECON-1-E3270043270Macroeconomics3.0M DennisTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMAT105
ECON-10-E3272043272Microeconomics3.0M DennisTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMLRC104
EDUC-225-E4245044245High School Equiv/GED Prep0.0StaffMW10:00AM-12:00PM
ENGL-102-E3027043027Dev Reading Writing4.5P BlakemoreTTH10:45AM-12:50PMHMHU114
0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours per week in the Writing Center which is open Mon and Tues 10:05am - 4:15pm, Wed and Thurs 10:05am - 2:40pm. Time slots are selected during the first week of the semester.
DHR LRC102
0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours per week in the Writing Center which is open Mon and Tues 10:05am - 4:15pm, Wed and Thurs 10:05am - 2:40pm. Time slots are selected during the first week of the semester.
ENGL-102-E3030043030Dev Reading Writing4.5E CarlyleMW 1:15PM- 3:20PMHMHU114
0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours per week in the Writing Center which is open Mon and Tues 10:05am - 4:15pm, Wed and Thurs 10:05am - 2:40pm. Time slots are selected during the first week of the semester.
DHR
0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours per week in the Writing Center which is open Mon and Tues 10:05am - 4:15pm, Wed and Thurs 10:05am - 2:40pm. Time slots are selected during the first week of the semester.
ENGL-102-E3031043031Dev Reading Writing4.5L ManousosMW 8:30AM-10:35AMHMHU114
0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours per week in the Writing Center which is open Mon and Tues 10:05am - 4:15pm, Wed and Thurs 10:05am - 2:40pm. Time slots are selected during the first week of the semester.
DHR
0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours per week in the Writing Center which is open Mon and Tues 10:05am - 4:15pm, Wed and Thurs 10:05am - 2:40pm. Time slots are selected during the first week of the semester.
ENGL-102-E3033043033Dev Reading Writing4.5L ManousosMW10:45AM-12:50PMHMHU114
0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours per week in the Writing Center which is open Mon and Tues 10:05am - 4:15pm, Wed and Thurs 10:05am - 2:40pm. Time slots are selected during the first week of the semester.
DHR
0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours per week in the Writing Center which is open Mon and Tues 10:05am - 4:15pm, Wed and Thurs 10:05am - 2:40pm. Time slots are selected during the first week of the semester.
ENGL-102-E3043043043Dev Reading Writing4.5M PrangleyTTH 5:05PM- 7:10PMHMHU114
TTH 7:20PM- 8:10PMHMHU114
ENGL-150-E3045043045Precollegiate Reading/Writing3.5J GonzalezTTH 6:05PM- 7:30PMSS109
TTH 7:40PM- 8:30PMLRC102
ENGL-150-E3046043046Precollegiate Reading/Writing3.5S NordlofMW11:40AM-12:55PMHMHU106
0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours per week in the Writing Center which is open Mon and Tues 10:05am - 4:15pm, Wed and Thurs 10:05am - 2:40pm. Time slots are selected during the first week of the semester.
DHR LRC102
0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours per week in the Writing Center which is open Mon and Tues 10:05am - 4:15pm, Wed and Thurs 10:05am - 2:40pm. Time slots are selected during the first week of the semester.
ENGL-150-E3047043047Precollegiate Reading/Writing3.5S NordlofMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU106
0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours per week in the Writing Center which is open Mon and Tues 10:05am - 4:15pm, Wed and Thurs 10:05am - 2:40pm. Time slots are selected during the first week of the semester.
DHR LRC102
0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours per week in the Writing Center which is open Mon and Tues 10:05am - 4:15pm, Wed and Thurs 10:05am - 2:40pm. Time slots are selected during the first week of the semester.
ENGL-150-E3049043049Precollegiate Reading/Writing3.5D HolperTTH10:05AM-11:30AMSS109
0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours per week in the Writing Center which is open Mon and Tues 10:05am - 4:15pm, Wed and Thurs 10:05am - 2:40pm. Time slots are selected during the first week of the semester.
DHR LRC102
0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours per week in the Writing Center which is open Mon and Tues 10:05am - 4:15pm, Wed and Thurs 10:05am - 2:40pm. Time slots are selected during the first week of the semester.
ENGL-150-E3052043052Precollegiate Reading/Writing3.5D HolperTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PM
0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours per week in the Writing Center which is open Mon and Tues 10:05am - 4:15pm, Wed and Thurs 10:05am - 2:40pm. Time slots are selected during the first week of the semester.
DHR LRC102
0.5 unit lab requires 1.5 hours per week in the Writing Center which is open Mon and Tues 10:05am - 4:15pm, Wed and Thurs 10:05am - 2:40pm. Time slots are selected during the first week of the semester.
ENGL-1A-E3057043057Analytical Reading & Writing4.0D HolperMWF 8:30AM- 9:45AM
ENGL-1A-E3060043060Analytical Reading & Writing4.0D HolperMWF10:05AM-11:20AM
ENGL-1A-E3063043063Analytical Reading & Writing4.0D DixonMWF11:40AM-12:55PM
ENGL-1A-E3067043067Analytical Reading & Writing4.0D DixonMWF 1:15PM- 2:30PM
ENGL-1A-E3068043068Analytical Reading & Writing4.0D DixonMW 2:50PM- 4:55PMSS109
ENGL-1A-E3069043069Analytical Reading & Writing4.0StaffTTH 6:05PM- 8:10PM
ENGL-1A-E3070043070Analytical Reading & Writing4.0S MondorTTHF 8:30AM- 9:45AMHMHU217
ENGL-1A-E3071043071Analytical Reading & Writing4.0S MondorTTHF10:05AM-11:20AMHMHU217
ENGL-1A-E3072043072Analytical Reading & Writing4.0StaffTTHF11:40AM-12:55PM
ENGL-1A-E3073043073Analytical Reading & Writing4.0StaffTTHF 1:15PM- 2:30PMSS109
ENGL-1A-E3074043074Analytical Reading & Writing4.0E SullivanW 3:15PM- 5:20PMHMHU215
This is a hybrid class requiring BOTH in person meetings Wednesday afternoons on the Eureka campus AND extensive individual and collaborative online work using Canvas, reliable internet access, strong computer skills, and self-motivation to meet bi-weekly deadlines. This course totals 72 hours of instruction.
ENGL-1A-E3075043075Analytical Reading & Writing4.0J GonzalezTTH 2:50PM- 4:55PMAT105
ENGL-1A-E3076043076Analytical Reading & Writing4.0M PrangleyTTH 2:50PM- 4:55PM
Humans and the Environment Theme
ENGL-1A-E3077043077Analytical Reading & Writing4.0R RobersonM 3:15PM- 5:20PMHMHU215
This is a hybrid class requiring BOTH in person meetings Monday afternoons on the Eureka campus AND extensive individual and collaborative online work using Canvas, reliable internet access, strong computer skills, and self-motivation to meet bi-weekly deadlines. This course totals 72 hours of instruction.
DHR
This is a hybrid class requiring BOTH in person meetings Monday afternoons on the Eureka campus AND extensive individual and collaborative online work using Canvas, reliable internet access, strong computer skills, and self-motivation to meet bi-weekly deadlines. This course totals 72 hours of instruction.
ENGL-1A-E3078043078Analytical Reading & Writing4.0R RobersonF 9:00AM-11:05AMHMHU106
This is a hybrid class requiring BOTH in person meetings Friday mornings on the Eureka campus AND extensive individual and collaborative online work using Canvas, reliable internet access, strong computer skills, and self-motivation to meet bi-weekly deadlines. This course totals 72 hours of instruction.
DHR
This is a hybrid class requiring BOTH in person meetings Friday mornings on the Eureka campus AND extensive individual and collaborative online work using Canvas, reliable internet access, strong computer skills, and self-motivation to meet bi-weekly deadlines. This course totals 72 hours of instruction.
ENGL-1A-E4275044275Analytical Reading & Writing4.0C PhillipsMW 2:50PM- 4:55PM
ENGL-1A-E4316044316Analytical Reading & Writing4.0StaffTTH 8:30AM-10:35AM
ENGL-1B-E3081043081Critical Inquiry & Literature3.0J BrownMW 8:30AM- 9:55AMHMHU217
ENGL-1B-E3082043082Critical Inquiry & Literature3.0P BlakemoreMW10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU217
ENGL-1B-E3083043083Critical Inquiry & Literature3.0P SchwartzTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU127
ENGL-1B-E3084043084Critical Inquiry & Literature3.0P SchwartzTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU215
ENGL-1B-E3085043085Critical Inquiry & Literature3.0C PhillipsMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMSS109
ENGL-1B-E3086043086Critical Inquiry & Literature3.0S NordlofTTH 2:50PM- 4:15PMCA113
ENGL-32-E3087043087Creative Writing: Poetry3.0D HolperF 1:00PM- 4:10PMHMHU114
ENGL-53A-E3088043088English Lab/ENGL-1A0.5StaffDHR LRC102
Individualized instruction to help students improve reading, writing, and critical thinking skills needed to succeed in English 1A. Tutoring and other resources for academic reading, analytical and source-based writing, standard written English conventions, and all stages of the writing process are provided. English 53A focuses entirely on providing individualized instruction to improve students' persistence and success in ENGL 1A. 27 hours required.
ENGL-53A-E3089043089English Lab/ENGL-1A1.0StaffDHR LRC102
Individualized instruction to help students improve reading, writing, and critical thinking skills needed to succeed in English 1A. Tutoring and other resources for academic reading, analytical and source-based writing, standard written English conventions, and all stages of the writing process are provided. English 53A focuses entirely on providing individualized instruction to improve students' persistence and success in ENGL 1A. 54 hours required.
ENGL-53B-E3090043090English Lab/ENGL-1B0.5StaffDHR LRC102
Individualized instruction to help students improve reading, writing, and critical thinking skills needed to succeed in English 1B. Tutoring and other resources for academic reading, analytical and source-based writing, standard written English conventions, and all stages of the writing process are provided. English 53B focuses entirely on providing individualized instruction to improve students' persistence and success in ENGL 1B. 27 hours required.
ENGL-53B-E3091043091English Lab/ENGL-1B1.0StaffDHR LRC102
Individualized instruction to help students improve reading, writing, and critical thinking skills needed to succeed in English 1B. Tutoring and other resources for academic reading, analytical and source-based writing, standard written English conventions, and all stages of the writing process are provided. English 53B focuses entirely on providing individualized instruction to improve students' persistence and success in ENGL 1B. 54 hours required.
ENGL-54-E3092043092ENGL Lab AHC0.5StaffDHR LRC102
Individualized instruction to help students improve reading, writing, and critical thinking skills needed to succeed in Arts, Humanities, and Communications courses. Tutorial support and other resources for analytical, expository, and interpretive reading and writing are provided, including standard written English conventions and the writing process. To earn credit for ENGL 54, students must be enrolled in at least one Art, Humanities, or Communication course requiring writing and/or critical reading. Appropriate subject areas for ENGL 54 co-enrollment include History, Art, Music, Cinema, Philosophy, Environmental Ethics, Speech, Journalism, and Literature (English). 27 hours required.
ENGL-54-E3093043093ENGL Lab AHC1.0StaffDHR LRC102
Individualized instruction to help students improve reading, writing, and critical thinking skills needed to succeed in Arts, Humanities, and Communications courses. Tutorial support and other resources for analytical, expository, and interpretive reading and writing are provided, including standard written English conventions and the writing process. To earn credit for ENGL 54, students must be enrolled in at least one Art, Humanities, or Communication course requiring writing and/or critical reading. Appropriate subject areas for ENGL 54 co-enrollment include History, Art, Music, Cinema, Philosophy, Environmental Ethics, Speech, Journalism, and Literature (English). 54 hours required.
ENGL-55-E3094043094ENGL Lab BSS0.5StaffDHR LRC102
Individualized instruction to help students improve reading, writing, and critical thinking skills needed to succeed in Behavioral and Social Science courses. Tutoring and other resources for successful writing in BSS disciplines including standard written English conventions are provided. To earn credit for ENGL 55, students must be enrolled in at least one Behavioral or Social Science course requiring writing and/or critical reading. Appropriate subject areas for ENGL 55 co-enrollment include Anthropology, Economics, Education, Geography, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology. 27 hours required.
ENGL-55-E3095043095ENGL Lab BSS1.0StaffDHR LRC102
Individualized instruction to help students improve reading, writing, and critical thinking skills needed to succeed in Behavioral and Social Science courses. Tutoring and other resources for successful writing in BSS disciplines including standard written English conventions are provided. To earn credit for ENGL 55, students must be enrolled in at least one Behavioral or Social Science course requiring writing and/or critical reading. Appropriate subject areas for ENGL 55 co-enrollment include Anthropology, Economics, Education, Geography, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology. 54 hours required.
ENGL-60-E3028043028Intro Brit Lit: Beg-18th Cent3.0S Herrera-ThomasTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU115
ENGR-23-E2478042478Engineering Design Graphics3.0S BrownMW 1:15PM- 3:45PMAT105
ENVSC-10-E2696042696Intro to Environmental Science4.0M FriedmanTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU110
T 1:15PM- 4:25PMSCSC108
ENVSC-10-E2697042697Intro to Environmental Science4.0M FriedmanTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU110
TH 1:15PM- 4:25PMSCSC108
ENVSC-11-E2698042698Environmental Ethics3.0P BlakemoreMW11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU112
ENVSC-12-E2699042699Earth's Changing Climate3.0L PedicinoTTH10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU129
ENVSC-12-E2700042700Earth's Changing Climate3.0L PedicinoTTH 8:15AM- 9:55AMHMHU11209/12/17-12/15/17
This is a late start class beginning on 9/12/17
ESL-210-E4247044247Intermed ESL - Low0.0StaffTTH11:40AM- 1:05PM
ESL-215-E4249044249Int. ESL Career & Ed Vocab0.0StaffTTH10:05AM-11:30AM 08/29/17-10/19/17
ESL-217-E4250044250Intermed ESL Computer Vocab0.0StaffTTH10:05AM-11:30AM 10/24/17-12/14/17
FNR-1-E2482042482Intro to Forestry/Natural Res3.0StaffTTH10:05AM-11:10AMAT127
T 1:15PM- 4:25PMAT127
FNR-10-E2571042571Timber Harvesting4.0M JarviTTH10:05AM-11:10AMAT132
TTH11:40AM- 2:50PMAT132
FNR-51-E2572042572Dendrology: Ident/Woody Plants3.0T BakerTTH11:40AM-12:45PMAT127
TH 1:15PM- 4:25PMAT127
FNR-52-E2573042573Intro to Surveying4.0T BakerMW11:40AM-12:45PMAT127
MW 1:15PM- 4:25PMAT127
FNR-65-E2574042574Intro to Geographic Info Sys3.0M JarviTTH 6:05PM- 8:35PMAT107
FNR-67-E2575042575Intro to GPS1.0M JarviF11:40AM- 1:45PMAT107
FNR-80-E3825043825Intro to Watershed Management3.0M JarviMW 8:30AM-11:00AM
GEOL-1-E2710042710Physical Geology with Lab4.0E WrightMW10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU125
MW11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU125
GEOL-10-E2715042715Environmental Geology3.0E WrightMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU125
GS-1-E2671042671College Success3.0M GleaveTTH11:40AM- 1:05PM
GS-1-E2672042672College Success3.0D FraserTTH10:05AM-11:30AM
GS-1-E2673042673College Success3.0L EllisMW 1:15PM- 2:40PM
GS-6-E2676042676First Year Experience3.0D FraserTTH 2:50PM- 4:50PM 09/12/17-12/15/17
Late start class starting 9/12/17
GS-6-E2677042677First Year Experience3.0A BerkowitzMW 8:30AM- 9:55AM
GS-6-E2678042678First Year Experience3.0B FunkeMW11:40AM- 1:05PM
GUID-143-E3877043877Individual Assessment/Planning0.5S BreenDHR SSLIGHTCTR
18 hours required.
GUID-145-E3880043880Applied Study Skills & Strateg1.0P BlairDHR SSLIGHTCTR
36 hours required. As hours are accrued, students may enroll in additional units, however no reduction in units will be allowed.
GUID-145-E3881043881Applied Study Skills & Strateg2.0P BlairDHR SSLIGHTCTR
72 hours required. As hours are accrued, students may enroll in additional units, however no reduction in units will be allowed.
GUID-145-E3882043882Applied Study Skills & Strateg3.0P BlairDHR SSLIGHTCTR
108 hours required. As hours are accrued, students may enroll in additional units, however no reduction in units will be allowed.
GUID-145-E3883043883Applied Study Skills & Strateg4.0P BlairDHR SSLIGHTCTR
144 hours required. As hours are accrued, students may enroll in additional units, however no reduction in units will be allowed.
GUID-146-E3886043886App. Study Skills/Strat. ENGL1.0P BlairDHR SSLIGHTCTR
36 hours required.
GUID-146-E3887043887App. Study Skills/Strat. ENGL2.0P BlairDHR SSLIGHTCTR
72 hours required.
GUID-147-E3890043890App. Study Skills Math1.0P BlairDHR SSLIGHTCTR
36 hours required.
GUID-147-E3891043891App. Study Skills Math2.0P BlairDHR SSLIGHTCTR
72 hours required.
GUID-148-E3894043894App. Study Skills Science1.0P BlairDHR SSLIGHTCTR
36 hours required.
GUID-148-E3895043895App. Study Skills Science2.0P BlairDHR SSLIGHTCTR
72 hours required.
HE-1-E3207043207Health Education3.0M GleaveTTH10:05AM-11:30AMPE201
HE-2-E3209043209Women's Health Issues3.0M GleaveMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMPE200
HE-7-E3210043210Emerg Resp: First Aid/CPR/AED3.0H MulvihillTTH10:05AM-11:30AMPE100K
HE-7-E4000044000Emerg Resp: First Aid/CPR/AED3.0H MulvihillMW10:05AM-11:30AMPE200
HIST-12-E2954042954Hist of Women in Am: 1877-PRES3.0C RobinsonTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU106
HIST-21-E2956042956World Hist: 1500 CE - Present3.0P GeckTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMSCSC206
HIST-5-E2958042958Western Civilization II3.0C RobinsonTTH 2:50PM- 4:15PM
HIST-7-E2959042959History of Modern Asia3.0C RobinsonTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU115
HIST-8-E2961042961US History Through Reconstruc3.0P GeckTTH 2:50PM- 4:15PMHMHU217
HIST-8-E2962042962US History Through Reconstruc3.0A QueenF10:05AM- 1:15PM
HIST-8-E2965042965US History Through Reconstruc3.0R DschidaTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMSCSC210
HIST-9-E2970042970US History Reconstr - Present3.0StaffW 6:05PM- 9:15PM
HIST-9-E2971042971US History Reconstr - Present3.0R DschidaTTH10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU215
HIST-9-E2973042973US History Reconstr - Present3.0G SokolowMW 8:30AM- 9:55AMAJ108
HO-110-E3338043338Basic Patient Care6.0StaffMW12:30PM- 1:55PMAT104
MW 6:45AM-11:45AMAT126
HO-15-E3339043339Nutrition3.0L KingM 3:50PM- 7:00PMAT103
HO-151-E3343043343Medical Terminology3.0L ScalesT 2:45PM- 5:55PMAT104
HO-159-E3345043345Emergency Medical Technician6.0V PlambeckMW 5:30PM- 9:45PMAT126
HO-170A-E3346043346North Coast Paramedic Prog. 111.0D BoileauF12:45PM- 9:30PMAT126
Approved application must be on file before you will be registered in this course. Course is open for Fall 2017 enrollment. https://www.redwoods.edu/Portals/124/Paramedic%20Application%20Ad mission%20December%202016.pdf?ver=2016-12-20-160632-600
S 7:00AM- 5:30PMAT126
Approved application must be on file before you will be registered in this course. Course is open for Fall 2017 enrollment. https://www.redwoods.edu/Portals/124/Paramedic%20Application%20Ad mission%20December%202016.pdf?ver=2016-12-20-160632-600
HO-170D-E3347043347North Coast Paramedic 41.0D BoileauDHR
54 hours required
HO-170D-E3348043348North Coast Paramedic 45.0D BoileauDHR
270 hours required
HO-170D-E3349043349North Coast Paramedic 48.0D BoileauDHR
432 hours required
IT-260-E2576042576Elec Guitar Design/Production0.0S BrownT 6:00PM- 9:30PMAT109
Additional fee: $230
KINS-65-E3211043211Foundations of Kinesiology3.0R BrownMW10:05AM-11:30AMPE201
KINS-65-E3212043212Foundations of Kinesiology3.0StaffTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMPE201
KINS-66-E3213043213Concepts of Phys Fit & Exerc3.0B MorganT 6:05PM- 9:15PMPE201
KINS-66-E3214043214Concepts of Phys Fit & Exerc3.0M GleaveMW10:05AM-11:30AMPE100K
KINS-68-E3215043215Care & Prev. Sports Injuries3.0H MulvihillMW 8:30AM- 9:55AMPE100K
LVN-111-E3350043350LVN Fundam Pharma Skills0.5J HowardM 9:30AM-10:55AM
LVN-121-E3352043352Nursing Adults & Children I6.5J HowardM 1:00PM- 4:00PMAT115
T 2:30PM- 8:20PMAT126
W 6:45AM-11:45AMOCTBA
MATH-102-E3119043119Pathway to Statistics6.0A FalkMW11:40AM- 2:10PM
This 6-unit, non-traditional, accelerated pathway course meets 8 hours per week. Extensive group work will be involved; active learning is emphasized. Graphing calculators will be used (TI-83 or TI-84). Students who complete Math 102 successfully are expected to subsequently take Math 15 Statistics at CR.
MW 3:00PM- 4:25PMSCSC208
This 6-unit, non-traditional, accelerated pathway course meets 8 hours per week. Extensive group work will be involved; active learning is emphasized. Graphing calculators will be used (TI-83 or TI-84). Students who complete Math 102 successfully are expected to subsequently take Math 15 Statistics at CR.
MATH-102-E3120043120Pathway to Statistics6.0T MatsumotoTTH 1:15PM- 3:45PMSCSC202
This 6-unit, non-traditional, accelerated pathway course meets 8 hours per week. Extensive group work will be involved; active learning is emphasized. Graphing calculators will be used (TI-83 or TI-84). Students who complete Math 102 successfully are expected to subsequently take Math 15 Statistics at CR.
TTH 4:05PM- 5:30PMSCSC202
This 6-unit, non-traditional, accelerated pathway course meets 8 hours per week. Extensive group work will be involved; active learning is emphasized. Graphing calculators will be used (TI-83 or TI-84). Students who complete Math 102 successfully are expected to subsequently take Math 15 Statistics at CR.
MATH-102-E3121043121Pathway to Statistics6.0J PaceMW 8:30AM-11:00AMSCSC202
This 6-unit, non-traditional, accelerated pathway course meets 8 hours per week. Extensive group work will be involved; active learning is emphasized. Graphing calculators will be used (TI-83 or TI-84). Students who complete Math 102 successfully are expected to subsequently take Math 15 Statistics at CR.
MW11:20AM-12:45PMSCSC202
This 6-unit, non-traditional, accelerated pathway course meets 8 hours per week. Extensive group work will be involved; active learning is emphasized. Graphing calculators will be used (TI-83 or TI-84). Students who complete Math 102 successfully are expected to subsequently take Math 15 Statistics at CR.
MATH-102-E3122043122Pathway to Statistics6.0J HaleyTTH 4:30PM- 7:00PMSCSC206
This 6-unit, non-traditional, accelerated pathway course meets 8 hours per week. Extensive group work will be involved; active learning is emphasized. Graphing calculators will be used (TI-83 or TI-84). Students who complete Math 102 successfully are expected to subsequently take Math 15 Statistics at CR.
TTH 7:20PM- 8:45PMSCSC206
This 6-unit, non-traditional, accelerated pathway course meets 8 hours per week. Extensive group work will be involved; active learning is emphasized. Graphing calculators will be used (TI-83 or TI-84). Students who complete Math 102 successfully are expected to subsequently take Math 15 Statistics at CR.
MATH-120-E3124043124Intermediate Algebra4.0T EvansMW 6:05PM- 8:10PMSCSC210
MATH-120-E3125043125Intermediate Algebra4.0StaffMWF11:40AM-12:55PMSCSC210
MATH-120-E3126043126Intermediate Algebra4.0M MorenoMWF 1:15PM- 2:30PMSCSC210
MATH-120-E3127043127Intermediate Algebra4.0StaffMTW 8:30AM- 9:45AMSCSC210
MATH-120-E3128043128Intermediate Algebra4.0B MorinTTHF10:05AM-11:20AMSCSC210
MATH-120-E3129043129Intermediate Algebra4.0S JacksonMTWTH 2:50PM- 3:55PMSCSC210
MATH-120L-E3133043133Math Lab for Intermed Algebra0.5StaffDHR LRC101
22.5 hours required. Math Lab location and hours: TBA. As hours are accrued, students may change to 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in Math 120L should be enrolled in Math 120.
MATH-120L-E3134043134Math Lab for Intermed Algebra1.0StaffDHR LRC101
45 hours required. Math Lab location and hours: TBA. As hours are accrued, students may change to 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in Math 120L should be enrolled in Math 120.
MATH-15-E3135043135Intro to Statistics4.0K OwensTTH 6:05PM- 8:10PMSCSC208
MATH-15-E3136043136Intro to Statistics4.0G OlsenTTHF10:05AM-11:20AMSCSC208
MATH-15-E3137043137Intro to Statistics4.0K FalboMWF 2:50PM- 4:05PMSCSC202
MATH-15-E3138043138Intro to Statistics4.0P ZastrowTTHF11:40AM-12:55PMSCSC208
MATH-15-E3139043139Intro to Statistics4.0J PaceTTH 1:15PM- 3:20PMSCSC208
MATH-15-E3140043140Intro to Statistics4.0M MorenoMWF 8:30AM- 9:45AMSCSC208
MATH-150-E3813043813Precalculus Review0.5W NickleF 1:15PM- 4:15PM 09/01/17-09/15/17
A review of College Algebra and Trigonometry material as preparation to enter Math 50A or Math 50B. This class involves extensive computer work.
MATH-15L-E3144043144Math Lab for Elem. Statistics0.5StaffDHR LRC101
22.5 hours required. Math Lab location and hours: TBA. As hours are accrued, students may change to 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in Math 15L should be enrolled in Math 15.
MATH-15L-E3145043145Math Lab for Elem. Statistics1.0StaffDHR LRC101
45 hours required. Math Lab location and hours: TBA. As hours are accrued, students may change to 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in Math 15L should be enrolled in Math 15.
MATH-194-E3147043147Int Alg for Soc Sci, Business4.0H HeeseMWF10:05AM-11:20AMSCSC214
MATH-194-E3148043148Int Alg for Soc Sci, Business4.0StaffTTH 6:05PM- 8:10PMSCSC202
MATH-194L-E3149043149Math Lab Int Alg Soc Sci & Bus0.5StaffDHR LRC101
22.5 hours required. Math Lab location and hours: TBA. As hours are accrued, students may change to 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in Math 194L should be enrolled in Math 194.
MATH-194L-E3150043150Math Lab Int Alg Soc Sci & Bus1.0StaffDHR LRC101
45 hours required. Math Lab location and hours: TBA. As hours are accrued, students may change to 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in Math 194L should be enrolled in Math 194.
MATH-25-E3151043151College Trigonometry4.0S JacksonTTHF10:05AM-11:20AMSCSC204
MATH-25-E3152043152College Trigonometry4.0StaffTTH 6:05PM- 8:10PMSCSC204
MATH-25-E3153043153College Trigonometry4.0A BuntinMWF11:40AM-12:55PMSCSC204
MATH-252-E3155043155Open Mathematics Lab0.0StaffDHR LRC101
Must be registered in a CR mathematics or math-related course to register for noncredit Math tutoring. Math Lab is located in the Academic Support Center in the LRC. The lab hours are TBA.
MATH-25L-E3156043156Math Lab for College Trig.0.5StaffDHR LRC101
22.5 hours required. Math Lab location and hours: TBA. As hours are accrued, students may change to 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in Math 25L should be enrolled in Math 25.
MATH-25L-E3157043157Math Lab for College Trig.1.0StaffDHR LRC101
45 hours required. Math Lab location and hours: TBA. As hours are accrued, students may change to 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in Math 25L should be enrolled in Math 25.
MATH-272-E3158043158Arithmetic for College Prep0.0T MatsumotoMWF 1:15PM- 2:30PMSCSC202
Math 272 is a non-credit version of Math 372 (Math 372 is 4 units). Concurrent enrollment in Math Lab is strongly recommended (Math 372L or Math 252). For textbook information, see: http://msenux2.redwoods.edu/MathDept/courses/math272.php. Use of scientific calculators is introduced
MATH-276-E3159043159Pre-Algebra for College Prep0.0W NickleTTH 6:05PM- 8:10PMSCSC214
Math 276 is a non-credit version of Math 376 (Math 376 is 4 units). Concurrent enrollment in Math Lab is strongly recommended (Math 376L or Math 252). Use of scientific calculators is introduced. For textbook information for MATH 276/376, see: http://msenux2.redwoods.edu/MathDept/courses/math276.php
MATH-276-E3161043161Pre-Algebra for College Prep0.0P ZastrowTTHF 1:15PM- 2:30PMSCSC214
Math 276 is a non-credit version of Math 376 (Math 376 is 4 units). Concurrent enrollment in Math Lab is strongly recommended (Math 376L or Math 252). Use of scientific calculators is introduced. For textbook information for MATH 276/376, see: http://msenux2.redwoods.edu/MathDept/courses/math276.php
MATH-276-E3162043162Pre-Algebra for College Prep0.0E BuchananMWF 2:50PM- 4:05PMSCSC214
Math 276 is a non-credit version of Math 376 (Math 376 is 4 units). Concurrent enrollment in Math Lab is strongly recommended (Math 376L or Math 252). Use of scientific calculators is introduced. For textbook information for MATH 276/376, see: http://msenux2.redwoods.edu/MathDept/courses/math276.php
MATH-30-E3165043165College Algebra4.0A BuntinMWF 1:15PM- 2:30PMSCSC204
MATH-30-E3166043166College Algebra4.0B MorinTTHF 8:30AM- 9:45AMLRC105
MATH-30-E3167043167College Algebra4.0K FalboMW 6:05PM- 8:10PM
MATH-301-E3168043168Prealgebra Review1.0W NickleTTH 3:30PM- 5:35PMSCSC21409/11/17-10/05/17
A review of Prealgebra material as preparation to enter Elementary Algebra (Math 380). This course is recommended preparation for students taking the mathematics assessment test to qualify for Math 380. This late-start class meets MW for four weeks only. This class involves extensive computer work. Math 301 is a "Math Jam" course. http://mathrev.redwoods.edu/mathjam/
MATH-302-E3169043169Elementary Algebra Review1.0W NickleTTH 3:30PM- 5:35PMSCSC21409/11/17-10/05/17
A review of Elementary Algebra ("Algebra I") material as preparation to enter Intermediate Algebra (Math 120 or Math 194). This course is recommended preparation for students taking the mathematics assessment test to qualify for Math 120 or Math 194. This late-start class meets MW for four weeks only. This class involves extensive computer work. Math 302 is a "Math Jam" course. http://mathrev.redwoods.edu/mathjam/
MATH-303-E3170043170Intermediate Algebra Review1.0W NickleMW 3:30PM- 5:35PMSCSC21409/11/17-10/05/17
A review of Intermediate Algebra ("Algebra II") material as preparation to enter a Transfer Level math class (Math 5, 15, 25, or 30). This course is recommended preparation for students taking the mathematics assessment test to qualify for Math 5, 15, 25, or 30. This late-start class meets MW for four weeks only. This class involves extensive computer work. Math 303 is a "Math Jam" course. http://redwoods.edu/departments/mathematics/
MATH-30L-E3171043171Math Lab for College Algebra0.5StaffDHR LRC101
22.5 hours required. Math Lab location and hours: TBA. As hours are accrued, students may change to 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in Math 30L should be enrolled in Math 30.
MATH-30L-E3172043172Math Lab for College Algebra1.0StaffDHR LRC101
45 hours required. Math Lab location and hours: TBA. As hours are accrued, students may change to 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in Math 30L should be enrolled in Math 30.
MATH-372-E3854043854College Arithmetic4.0T MatsumotoMWF 1:15PM- 2:20PMSCSC202
Math 372 is a 4-unit credit version of Math 272 (Math 272 is non-credit). Concurrent enrollment in Math Lab is strongly recommended (Math 372L or Math 252). For textbook information for Math 272/372, see: http://msenux2.redwoods.edu/MathDept/courses/math272.php. Use of scientific calculators is introduced.
MATH-372L-E3866043866Math Lab for College Arith0.5StaffDHR
22.5 hours required. Math Lab location and hours: TBA. As hours are accrued, students may change to 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in Math 372L should be enrolled in Math 372
MATH-372L-E3867043867Math Lab for College Arith1.0StaffDHR
45 hours required. Math Lab location and hours: TBA. As hours are accrued, students may change to 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in Math 372L should be enrolled in Math 372
MATH-376-E3160043160Pre-Algebra4.0P ZastrowTTHF 1:15PM- 2:30PMSCSC214
Math 376 is a 4-unit credit version of Math 276 (Math 276 is non-credit). Concurrent enrollment in Math Lab is strongly recommended (Math 376L or Math 252). Use of scientific calculators is introduced. For textbook information for MATH 276/376, see: http://msenux2.redwoods.edu/MathDept/courses/math276.php
MATH-376-E3163043163Pre-Algebra4.0E BuchananMWF 2:50PM- 4:05PMSCSC214
Math 376 is a 4-unit credit version of Math 276 (Math 276 is non-credit). Concurrent enrollment in Math Lab is strongly recommended (Math 376L or Math 252). Use of scientific calculators is introduced. For textbook information for MATH 276/376, see: http://msenux2.redwoods.edu/MathDept/courses/math276.php
MATH-376-E3868043868Pre-Algebra4.0W NickleTTH 6:05PM- 8:10PMSCSC214
Math 376 is a 4-unit credit version of Math 276 (Math 276 is non-credit). Concurrent enrollment in Math Lab is strongly recommended (Math 376L or Math 252). Use of scientific calculators is introduced. For textbook information for MATH 276/376, see: http://msenux2.redwoods.edu/MathDept/courses/math276.php
MATH-376L-E3175043175Math Lab for Pre-Algebra0.5StaffDHR
22.5 hours required. Math Lab location and hours: TBA. As hours are accrued, students may change to 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in Math 376L should be enrolled in Math 376.
MATH-376L-E3176043176Math Lab for Pre-Algebra1.0StaffDHR
45 hours required. Math Lab location and hours: TBA. As hours are accrued, students may change to 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in Math 376L should be enrolled in Math 376.
MATH-380-E3178043178Elementary Algebra5.0StaffMWTH 6:05PM- 7:40PM
MATH-380-E3179043179Elementary Algebra5.0A BuntinMTWTH10:05AM-11:20AMSCSC206
MATH-380-E3180043180Elementary Algebra5.0StaffMTWTH 2:50PM- 4:05PMSCSC206
MATH-380-E3181043181Elementary Algebra5.0M ButlerMTWTH 8:30AM- 9:45AMSCSC206
MATH-380-E3182043182Elementary Algebra5.0M ButlerMTWTH 1:15PM- 2:30PMSCSC206
MATH-380L-E3187043187Math Lab for Elem Algebra0.5StaffDHR LRC101
22.5 hours required. Math Lab location and hours: TBA. As hours are accrued, students may change to 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in Math 380L should be enrolled in Math 380.
MATH-380L-E3188043188Math Lab for Elem Algebra1.0StaffDHR LRC101
45 hours required. Math Lab location and hours: TBA. As hours are accrued, students may change to 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in Math 380L should be enrolled in Math 380.
MATH-45-E3189043189Linear Algebra4.0J HaleyMTTHF 2:50PM- 3:55PMSCSC204
MATH-5-E3191043191Contemporary Mathematics3.0H HeeseTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMSCSC202
MATH-50A-E3192043192Differential Calculus4.0S JacksonMWF11:40AM-12:55PMSCSC214
This class meets in person on the Eureka campus; additional students at other CR sites may participate using interactive live video. Graphing calculator required, TI-83 or TI-84 recommended. Concurrent enrollment in MATH-52 Math Lab is recommended. For textbook information, see: http://msenux2.redwoods.edu/MathDept/courses/math50A.php.
MATH-50A-E3193043193Differential Calculus4.0K FalboMWF 4:30PM- 5:45PMLRC105
This class meets in person on the Eureka campus; additional students at other CR sites may participate using interactive live video. Graphing calculator required, TI-83 or TI-84 recommended. Concurrent enrollment in MATH-52 Math Lab is recommended. For textbook information, see: http://msenux2.redwoods.edu/MathDept/courses/math50A.php.
MATH-50B-E3197043197Integral Calculus4.0T MatsumotoMWF11:40AM-12:55PMLRC105
This class meets in person on the Eureka campus; additional students at other CR sites may participate using interactive live video. Graphing calculator required, TI-83 or TI-84 recommended. Concurrent enrollment in MATH-52 Math Lab is recommended. For textbook information, see: http://msenux2.redwoods.edu/MathDept/courses/math50B.php
MATH-50C-E3198043198Multivariable Calculus4.0StaffMWF 6:05PM- 7:20PMSCSC214
MATH-52-E3199043199Math Lab for Transfer Level0.5StaffDHR LRC101
22.5 hours required. Math Lab location and hours: TBA. As hours are accrued, students may change to 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in Math 52L should be enrolled in Math 52.
MATH-52-E3200043200Math Lab for Transfer Level1.0StaffDHR
45 hours required. Math Lab location and hours: TBA. As hours are accrued, students may change to 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed.
MATH-5L-E3205043205Math Lab for Cont. Math0.5StaffDHR LRC101
22.5 hours required. Math Lab location and hours: TBA. As hours are accrued, students may change to 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in Math 120L should be enrolled in Math 5.
MATH-5L-E3206043206Math Lab for Cont. Math1.0StaffDHR LRC101
45 hours required. Math Lab location and hours: TBA. As hours are accrued, students may change to 1.0 unit section, however no reduction in units will be allowed. Students in Math 5L should be enrolled in Math 5.
MT-10-E3269043269Fund of Manufacturing Tech3.0M PetersonF11:30AM- 1:35PMAT132
F 1:45PM- 4:55PMAT133
MT-12-E3266043266Adv. Manufacturing - Milling4.0M PetersonMW10:05AM-11:10AMAT132
MW11:20AM- 2:30PMAT133
MT-52-E3267043267Intro to Metallurgy & Mat Sc3.0R ShullTTH10:05AM-11:10AMAT133
TTH11:20AM-12:45PMAT133
MT-54A-E3268043268Introduction to CNC4.0M PetersonMW 2:50PM- 4:15PMAT106
MW 4:25PM- 5:50PMAT133
MUS-1-E2990042990Intro to Music3.0E MacanTTH 8:30AM- 9:55AMCA104
MUS-1-E2991042991Intro to Music3.0E MacanTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMCA104
MUS-12-E2992042992American Popular Music3.0E MacanMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMCA113
MUS-22B-E2993042993Brass Instruments1.0B NewkirkTTH 9:30AM-10:55AMCA107
MUS-22P-E2994042994Percussion Instruments1.0B NewkirkTTH 9:30AM-10:55AMCA107
MUS-22W-E2995042995Woodwinds1.0B NewkirkTTH 9:30AM-10:55AMCA107
MUS-24A-E2996042996Beginning Class Piano I1.0E MacanMW 9:00AM- 9:55AMCA104
MUS-24A-E3000043000Beginning Class Piano I1.0E MacanTTH 1:15PM- 2:10PMCA104
MUS-24B-E2997042997Beginning Class Piano II1.0E MacanMW 8:30AM- 9:55AMCA104
MUS-24B-E3001043001Beginning Class Piano II1.0E MacanTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMCA104
MUS-25A-E2998042998Intermediate Class Piano I1.0E MacanMW 8:30AM- 9:55AMCA104
MUS-25A-E3002043002Intermediate Class Piano I1.0E MacanTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMCA104
MUS-25B-E2999042999Intermediate Class Piano II1.0E MacanMW 8:30AM- 9:55AMCA104
MUS-25B-E3003043003Intermediate Class Piano II1.0E MacanTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMCA104
MUS-26A-E3004043004Beginning Class Voice I1.0A BackstromTTH10:05AM-10:55AMCA109
MUS-26B-E3005043005Beginning Class Voice II1.0A BackstromTTH10:05AM-11:30AMCA109
MUS-27A-E3006043006Intermediate Class Voice I1.0A BackstromTTH10:05AM-11:30AMCA109
MUS-27B-E3007043007Intermediate Class Voice II1.0A BackstromTTH10:05AM-11:30AMCA109
MUS-29A-E3008043008Beginning Class Guitar I1.0B NewkirkTTH12:00PM- 1:05PMCA107
MUS-29B-E3009043009Beginning Class Guitar II1.0B NewkirkTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMCA107
MUS-29C-E3013043013Intermediate Class Guitar1.0B NewkirkTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMCA107
MUS-2A-E3014043014Beginning Harmony I4.0E MacanMW10:05AM-12:10PMCA104
MUS-40-E4219044219Independent Study in Music1.0E MacanDHR
This class requires 54 hours.
MUS-59-E4243044243Chorale1.0A BackstromTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMCA109
MUS-63-E3015043015Wind Ensemble1.0B NewkirkW 7:00PM-10:10PMCA107
MUS-64-E3016043016Studio Band1.0B NewkirkT 6:30PM- 9:40PMCA107
NAS-1-E2603042603Intro to Native Amer Studies3.0K SharpW 6:00PM- 9:10PMHMHU207
NAS-1-E2604042604Intro to Native Amer Studies3.0C AgeeTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PM
NAS-21-E2605042605Native American History3.0C AgeeMW11:40AM- 1:05PM
NURS-10A-E3353043353Nurs Pharmacology2.0R FarrarF 8:25AM-10:30AMAT126
NURS-21-E3354043354Nurs Science & Practice I9.0S UrbanMW 8:00AM-10:30AMAT126
DHR OCTBA
NURS-21-E3355043355Nurs Science & Practice I9.0K SchoenfieldMW 8:00AM-10:30AMAT126
DHR OCTBA
NURS-23-E3356043356Nurs Science & Practice III9.0R FarrarTTH 8:25AM-11:00AMAT103
DHR OCTBA
DHR OCTBA
OCEAN-10-E2736042736Intro to Oceanography3.0D O'SheaTTH 8:30AM- 9:55AMHMHU125
This class is linked with OCEAN-11-E2737. Students must be enrolled in both OCEAN-10-E2736 and OCEAN-11-E2737
OCEAN-10-E3848043848Intro to Oceanography3.0D O'SheaTTH 8:30AM- 9:55AMHMHU125
OCEAN-11-E2737042737Lab in Oceanography1.0D O'SheaTTH10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU125
This class is linked with OCEAN-10-E2736. Students must be enrolled in both OCEAN-10-E2736 and OCEAN-11-E2737
OCEAN-11-E2738042738Lab in Oceanography1.0D O'SheaTTH10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU125
PE-10-E3216043216Running & Walking1.0M WhiteTTH10:05AM-11:30AMFH100
PE-10-E3217043217Running & Walking1.0D WheatMW10:05AM-11:30AMFH100
PE-11-E3219043219Tennis1.0D WheatMW11:40AM- 1:05PMPETC
PE-12-E3220043220Weight Training1.0R BrownMW11:40AM- 1:05PMPE116C
PE-12-E3221043221Weight Training1.0M WhiteTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMPE116C
PE-12-E3222043222Weight Training1.0E WrightTTH 8:00AM- 9:25AMPE116C
PE-13-E3223043223Boot Camp Fitness1.0M GleaveMW11:40AM- 1:05PMPE116C
PE-13-E3224043224Boot Camp Fitness1.0B MorganMW10:05AM-11:30AMPE116
PE-14-E3225043225Defensive Tactics1.0R EkholdtMW11:40AM- 1:05PMFH100
PE-15-E3228043228Women's Self Defense1.0C SlackFS 9:00AM- 5:00PMPE20110/13/17-10/15/17
DHR 9:00AM- 4:00PMPE20110/13/17-10/15/17
PE-20-E3230043230Baseball Conditioning2.0B MorganMTWTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMPEBB
PE-21-E3231043231Basketball1.0E WrightMW11:40AM- 1:05PMPE116
PE-23-E3232043232Fastpitch Softball2.0M WhiteDHR PESB
PE-27-E3233043233Power Weight Lifting1.0B CharityMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMPE116D
PE-30-E4013044013Modern Dance1.0S KiddMW10:05AM-11:30AMTH104
PE-302-E4201044201Adaptive Conditioning1.0StaffMW10:05AM-11:30AMPE116D
PE-302-E4203044203Adaptive Conditioning1.0StaffTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMPE116D
PE-302-E4204044204Adaptive Conditioning1.0StaffTTH 8:30AM- 9:55AMPE116D
PE-302-E4205044205Adaptive Conditioning1.0StaffMW11:40AM- 1:05PMPE116D
PE-32-E3234043234Circuit Training1.0B CharityTTH 8:30AM- 9:55AMPE116D
PE-32-E3235043235Circuit Training1.0B CharityTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMPE116D
PE-36-E3236043236Hip Hop Dance1.0S KiddMW11:40AM- 1:05PM
PE-49-E3237043237Intercollegiate Soccer-Men2.0P Cortes-GarciaDHR
PE-51-E3238043238Intercolleg. Basketball-Women1.0D BroomeDHR PE116C
PE-52-E3239043239Intercolleg. Basketball-Men1.0A HungerfordDHR PE116C
PE-53-E3240043240Intercollegiate Cross Country2.0P ElmoreDHR PEFB08/15/17-12/15/17
PE-54-E3241043241Intercollegiate Football2.0F BorbaDHR PEFB08/10/17-12/15/17
PE-58-E3242043242Intercollegiate Volleyball2.0P LorenziDHR PE11608/15/17-12/15/17
PE-59-E3243043243Intercollegiate Soccer-Women2.0P Cortes-GarciaDHR PESB08/14/17-12/15/17
PE-67-E3245043245Theory of Football1.0F BorbaDHR PE201
PE-67B-E3244043244Theory of Football 21.0S FordMTWTHF 2:40AM- 3:50PM
PE-80-E3246043246Athletic Conditioning1.0StaffDHR
PE-80-E3247043247Athletic Conditioning1.0A HungerfordDHR
PE-80-E3248043248Athletic Conditioning1.0P ElmoreDHR PE116C
PE-80-E3249043249Athletic Conditioning1.0D WheatDHR PE116C
PE-9-E3250043250Hiking1.0S KiddF 1:15PM- 4:25PMPE100K
PE-9-E3251043251Hiking1.0S KiddM 1:15PM- 4:25PMPE116
PE-90-E4207044207Adaptive Resistive Training1.0StaffMW10:05AM-11:30AMPE116D
PE-90-E4209044209Adaptive Resistive Training1.0StaffTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMPE116D
PE-90-E4210044210Adaptive Resistive Training1.0StaffTTH 8:30AM- 9:55AMPE116D
PE-90-E4211044211Adaptive Resistive Training1.0StaffMW11:40AM- 1:05PMPE116D
PE-98-E4213044213Adaptive Physical Education1.0StaffMW10:05AM-11:30AMPE116D
PE-98-E4215044215Adaptive Physical Education1.0StaffTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMPE116D
PE-98-E4216044216Adaptive Physical Education1.0StaffTTH 8:30AM- 9:55AMPE116D
PE-98-E4217044217Adaptive Physical Education1.0StaffMW11:40AM- 1:05PMPE116D
PHIL-1-E2977042977Critical Thinking3.0D OwrenMW 4:30PM- 5:55PMHMHU112
PHIL-10-E2980042980Intro to Philosophy3.0J JohnstonMW10:05AM-11:30AM
PHIL-10-E2981042981Intro to Philosophy3.0D DarlingTTH 2:50PM- 4:15PMHMHU106
PHIL-10-E2982042982Intro to Philosophy3.0D DarlingTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PM
PHIL-12-E2984042984Intro to Logic3.0J JohnstonMW11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU217
PHIL-12-E2985042985Intro to Logic3.0J JohnstonTTH10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU207
PHIL-15-E2986042986Religions of the World3.0D OwrenMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMAT106
PHIL-15-E2987042987Religions of the World3.0D OwrenMW 6:05PM- 7:30PMHMHU217
PHIL-15-E4080044080Religions of the World3.0T WalendyTTH11:40AM- 1:05PM
PHIL-16-E3722043722Philosophy of Religion3.0J JohnstonTTH11:40AM- 1:05PM
PHYS-10-E2610042610Conceptual Physics3.0E KramerTTH10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU211
PHYS-10-E3811043811Conceptual Physics3.0J MoonstoneMW 8:30AM- 9:55AMHMHU211
PHYS-2A-E2611042611General Physics I4.0J MoonstoneMW10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU211
F10:05AM- 1:15PMHMHU211
PHYS-4B-E2612042612Calc-Based Phys: Elec & Mag4.0E KramerTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU211
W 1:15AM- 4:25PMHMHU211
POLSC-1-E2618042618Political Controversies3.0R EmenakerTTH10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU115
POLSC-10-E2621042621US Government and Politics3.0R EmenakerMW10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU110
POLSC-10-E2622042622US Government and Politics3.0R EmenakerMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU110
POLSC-10-E2623042623US Government and Politics3.0R EmenakerMW 2:50PM- 4:15PMHMHU110
POLSC-10-E2624042624US Government and Politics3.0G SokolowTTH10:05AM-11:30AMAJ108
POLSC-10-E2625042625US Government and Politics3.0R EmenakerTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU112
POLSC-10-E3807043807US Government and Politics3.0J BrookshireTTH 8:20AM-10:00AM 09/12/17-12/15/17
Late start class starts 9/12/17
POLSC-3-E3806043806Modern World Problems3.0J BrookshireTTH11:40AM- 1:05PM
PSYCH-1-E2740042740General Psychology3.0M HaggertyMW 8:30AM- 9:55AMCA113
PSYCH-1-E2741042741General Psychology3.0M HaggertyTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU114
PSYCH-1-E2742042742General Psychology3.0R AyalaMW 4:30PM- 5:55PMSCSC210
PSYCH-1-E2743042743General Psychology3.0R AyalaTTH10:05AM-11:30AMCA113
PSYCH-1-E2744042744General Psychology3.0L WinterMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU207
PSYCH-1-E2745042745General Psychology3.0StaffTTH 6:05PM- 7:30PMSCSC210
PSYCH-1-E2746042746General Psychology3.0L WinterMW11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU207
PSYCH-11-E2749042749Lifespan Development3.0StaffMW10:05AM-11:30AMSCSC204
PSYCH-11-E2751042751Lifespan Development3.0StaffMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU112
PSYCH-2-E2759042759Research Methods in Psychology3.0R AyalaMW10:05AM-11:30AMLRC105
This class meets in person on the Eureka campus; additional students at other CR sites may participate using interactive live video
PSYCH-20-E2771042771Biological Psychology3.0L WinterTTH 1:15PM- 2:40PMHMHU207
PSYCH-3-E2779042779Psychology of Sexuality3.0M HaggertyMW11:40AM- 1:05PMCA109
PSYCH-33-E2783042783Personal Growth & Adjustment3.0StaffMW11:40AM- 1:05PMCA109
PSYCH-33-E2785042785Personal Growth & Adjustment3.0StaffTTH10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU106
PSYCH-33-E2788042788Personal Growth & Adjustment3.0S KalinMW 6:05PM- 7:30PMSCSC208
PSYCH-38-E2790042790Abnormal Psychology3.0M HaggertyMW 1:15PM- 2:40PMCA109
READ-260-E4246044246Developing Literacy0.0W ButlerMTWTH 8:30AM- 9:55AMHMHU115
RHM-1-E3263043263Intro to Hospitality3.0StaffMW 2:50PM- 4:15PMHMHU115
RHM-6-E3264043264Hospitality Marketing3.0StaffTTH 2:50PM- 4:15PMAT132
SNLAN-1A-E3667043667Elementary ASL I4.0B LindemannTTH 6:05PM- 8:10PM
SNLAN-1A-E4277044277Elementary ASL I4.0T LeikerMWF11:40AM-12:55PM
SNLAN-1B-E3668043668Elementary ASL II4.0T LeikerMWF 1:15PM- 2:40PM
SOC-1-E2649042649Intro to Sociology3.0D MaherMW 8:30AM- 9:55AMHMHU215
SOC-1-E2650042650Intro to Sociology3.0D MaherTTH10:05AM-11:30AM
SOC-1-E2651042651Intro to Sociology3.0D MaherTTH11:40AM- 1:05PMHMHU129
SOC-10-E2654042654Family & Intimate Rltnships3.0L EllisMW 8:30AM- 9:55AMHMHU129
SOC-3-E2655042655Human Sexuality3.0D MaherMW10:05AM-11:30AMHMHU215
SOC-33-E2657042657Death and Dying3.0T StoneT 6:05PM- 9:15PM
SOC-34-E2864042864Intro to Social Work3.0I MacKelvieW 6:05PM- 9:15PMLRC105
SOC-38-E2867042867Field Plc. Sem. I2.0I MacKelvieF 6:05PM- 8:10PM
SOC-42-E3818043818Sup. Occup. Wrk. Exp. 12.5I MacKelvieDHR
SOC-5-E2656042656Intro to Race & Ethnic Relat3.0D MaherM 1:15PM- 4:25PM
SPAN-11A-E3018043018Beg Conversational Spanish I3.0M BrissoMW 2:50PM- 4:15PM
SPAN-1A-E3019043019Elementary Spanish I4.0K CarlsenMTWTH 1:15PM- 2:20PMCA105
SPAN-1A-E3020043020Elementary Spanish I4.0K CarlsenTTH 2:50PM- 4:55PMCA105
SPAN-1A-E3021043021Elementary Spanish I4.0M BrissoMWF10:05AM-11:30AMCA105
SPAN-1A-E3022043022Elementary Spanish I4.0D JohnsonTTH 6:05PM- 8:10PM
SPAN-1B-E3023043023Elementary Spanish II4.0D JohnsonMW 6:05PM- 8:10PMHMHU213
SPAN-1B-E3024043024Elementary Spanish II4.0K CarlsenMW 2:50PM- 4:55PMCA105
SPAN-2A-E3025043025Intermediate Spanish I4.0K CarlsenMTWTH11:40AM-12:45PMCA105
SR-222-E4116044116Music Ensemble for Adults0.0B NewkirkW 7:00PM-10:10PMCA107
Concert Band focus
SR-222-E4120044120Music Ensemble for Adults0.0B NewkirkT 6:30PM- 9:40PMCA107
Jazz Focus
WT-53-E3255043255Basic Gas and Arc Welding2.0J GoodrowM 8:30AM- 9:35AMAT142
Additional Fee: $35
M 9:45AM-12:55PMAT142
Additional Fee: $35
WT-56-E3829043829Intermediate Arc/Gas Weld Lab1.0J GoodrowF 9:00AM-12:10PMAT142
Additional Fee: $35
WT-60-E3830043830Gas cut and weld, arc E60134.0D WalkerM 4:30PM- 5:35PMAT142
Additional Fee: $35
M 5:40PM-10:05PMAT142
Additional Fee: $35
W 4:30PM-10:05PMAT142
Additional Fee: $35
WT-64-E3256043256Surface, lance, autocut, FCAW4.0D WalkerT 4:30PM- 5:30PMAT142
Additional Fee: $35
T 5:35PM-10:05PMAT142
Additional Fee: $35
TH 4:30PM-10:05PMAT142
Additional Fee: $35
WT-90-E3259043259Welding GMAW and GTAW2.0D WalkerW 8:30AM- 9:35AMAT142
Additional Fee: $35
W 9:40AM-12:50PMAT142
Additional Fee: $35
WT-91-E3260043260Welding GMAW/GTAW Lab1.0J GoodrowW 1:00PM- 4:10PMAT142
Additional Fee: $35
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