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<strong>Summer</strong>/<strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

<strong>Summer</strong> classes start<br />

May 23, <strong>2011</strong><br />

<strong>Fall</strong> classes start<br />

August 22, <strong>2011</strong><br />

APPLY NOW!<br />

www.kirkwood.edu/apply


I<br />

CREDIT CLASS SCHEDULE SUMMER/FALL <strong>2011</strong><br />

Registration I<br />

Important Dates <strong>Summer</strong>/<strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> II<br />

Tuition and Refunds I, II<br />

Guide to the <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong> 1<br />

Subject Codes (course/department contact info.) 2-5<br />

Arts and Sciences Core Courses 62<br />

Course Descriptions 64<br />

CLASS SCHEDULES <strong>Summer</strong> <strong>Fall</strong><br />

Learning Services 8 114<br />

Linn County<br />

Cedar Rapids (Main) Campus 9 117<br />

Marion Center 26 162<br />

Resource Center 29 166<br />

Johnson County<br />

Iowa City Campus 32 171<br />

County Centers<br />

Benton County Center (Vinton) 38 185<br />

Cedar County Center (Tipton) 41 189<br />

Iowa County Center (Williamsburg) 44 193<br />

Jones Regional Education Center (Monticello) 47 197<br />

Tippie-Mansfield Center (Belle Plaine) 50 201<br />

Washington County Center (Washington) 53 204<br />

Distance Learning – Anytime/Anywhere <strong>Class</strong>es 56 209<br />

Adult Accelerated Learning <strong>Class</strong>es 61 216<br />

HOW TO REGISTER FOR CLASSES<br />

STeP ONe: Degree Audit.<br />

The Degree Audit function in EagleNet will help you determine what classes<br />

you still need to take to complete your degree.<br />

• eaglenet.kirkwood.edu >> log in using your k number<br />

(example: k0003750) and password >> EagleNet for Students<br />

• Go to the Academic Planning section and click “Degree Audit.”<br />

• Select your program and click “Submit.” To see how your credits transfer<br />

to different programs of study, select the desired program from “What<br />

if I changed my program of study?” and click “Submit.” The requested<br />

degree audit information appears on the screen.<br />

• After you register for your classes, you can run a degree audit to confirm<br />

that you are registered for the correct classes for your program.<br />

STeP TWO: Meet with an advisor.<br />

He or she will use your degree audit to determine what classes to take based<br />

on your specific situation.<br />

STeP THree: Register for classes.<br />

After you’ve met with your advisor and built your schedule, you can register<br />

one of the following ways:<br />

eagleNet<br />

eaglenet.kirkwood.edu >> EagleNet for Students. Log in using your k number<br />

and password.<br />

Under “Registration,” click “How to Register for Courses in EagleNet.”<br />

Phone<br />

319-398-7600 or 877-386-9101, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.<br />

In-Person<br />

At the <strong>Kirkwood</strong> One Stop office, second floor, <strong>Kirkwood</strong> Hall.<br />

REGISTRATION PRIORITy FOR<br />

CURRENTLy ENROLLED STUDENTS<br />

you will be notified through the mail and e-mail of when<br />

you can register. If you’re currently enrolled at <strong>Kirkwood</strong>,<br />

you are allowed to register early, depending on how many<br />

credits you’ve earned. Priority is based upon the total<br />

number of credits earned to date.<br />

OPEN REGISTRATION<br />

To get your first choice of classes, and good advice about<br />

what courses are best for you, see your advisor and<br />

register during Priority Registration. Beginning April 27 for<br />

summer, and July 16 for fall, sections will be open for<br />

general registration.<br />

Overload: 12 credit hours in summer, 19 credit hours in<br />

fall are considered an overload, and a department dean<br />

signature is required.<br />

RESIDENCE QUALIFICATIONS<br />

319-398-5477<br />

Students enrolling at <strong>Kirkwood</strong> are classified as residents<br />

or nonresidents of Iowa, or as international students, for<br />

admission and tuition purposes by the college’s One Stop<br />

office.<br />

TUITION<br />

kirkwood.edu/tuition<br />

After you’ve registered for classes, you can see your tuition<br />

charges at eaglenet.kirkwood.edu >> My Bill by Term.<br />

Tuition is due before the term starts; for summer, the<br />

deadline is 5 p.m., May 20, <strong>2011</strong>. For fall, the deadline is<br />

5 p.m., Aug. 19, <strong>2011</strong>.<br />

REGISTRATION PRIORITy SCHEDULE<br />

Monday, April 18<br />

10 a.m. 100 +<br />

1 p.m. 80 – 99.99<br />

4 p.m. 70 – 79.99<br />

Tuesday, April 19<br />

10 a.m. 65 – 69.99<br />

1 p.m. 60 – 64.99<br />

4 p.m. 55 – 59.99<br />

Wednesday, April 20<br />

10 a.m. 50 – 54-99<br />

1 p.m. 45 – 49.99<br />

4 p.m. 40 – 44.99<br />

Thursday, April 21<br />

10 a.m. 35 – 39.99<br />

1 p.m. 30 – 34.99<br />

4 p.m. 25 – 29.99<br />

Monday, April 25<br />

10 a.m. 20 – 24.99<br />

1 p.m. 15 – 19.99<br />

4 p.m. 10 – 14.99<br />

Tuesday, April 26<br />

10 a.m. 5 – 9.99<br />

1 p.m. .5 – 4.99<br />

4 p.m. 0<br />

www.kirkwood.edu<br />

If you’ve earned credit in the past, but are not currently<br />

registered, contact your advisor to find out when you can<br />

register.<br />

The information in this publication is preliminary and is subject to change without notice. Check EagleNet for the most up-to-date course information.


sUMMER/FALL <strong>2011</strong><br />

Guide to the <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

HSV = subject<br />

800 = course number<br />

Delivery method:<br />

subject<br />

section number<br />

info symbol<br />

LEC Lecture<br />

LAB Laboratory<br />

L/L Lecture and laboratory together in the<br />

same classroom.<br />

KTS/ICN <strong>Kirkwood</strong> Telecommunication System - uses<br />

interactive television to bring courses to<br />

locations in our seven-county service area.<br />

Faculty interact with students via microphones<br />

and TV cameras.<br />

ATW Anytime/Anywhere class – Internet<br />

ATP Anytime/Anywhere class – Packet<br />

CLI Clinical<br />

IND Independent Study/Honors Project<br />

INT Internship<br />

LESS Private Music Lessons<br />

PRA Practicum<br />

Symbol definitions:<br />

course title<br />

synonym number<br />

u Prerequisite required; see course description for details.<br />

H Hybrid class; has one-third online content.<br />

< Service Learning credit applies.<br />

Accelerated Learning class; call 319-398-1050 to register.<br />

R Reserved or restricted registration; details on EagleNet.<br />

Linked to another class section as noted.<br />

start/end by month/day<br />

start/end time(s)<br />

class day(s) notes/supplemental info<br />

Location of the classes<br />

prerequisite or corequisite<br />

Main Campus Locations:<br />

ANHT Animal Health Technology<br />

ARTA Art & Theatre Annex<br />

ATHL Athletic Field<br />

BENT Benton Hall<br />

CEDR Cedar Hall<br />

ENVC Environmental Training Center<br />

EQUN Iowa Equestrian Center<br />

HORT Horticulture/Floral Careers<br />

JOHN Johnson Hall<br />

JONE Jones Hall<br />

LINN Linn Hall<br />

NIEL Nielsen Hall<br />

RECR Recreation Center<br />

SWED Swine Education Center<br />

TIPP Tippie Beef Center<br />

WASH Washington Hall<br />

credit hours<br />

instructor’s name<br />

Additional <strong>Kirkwood</strong> Locations:<br />

BELL Tippie-Mansfield Center (Belle Plaine)<br />

COCO Coe College<br />

ICAN Iowa City Annex<br />

ICCR Iowa City <strong>Credit</strong> Center<br />

JREC Jones Regional Education Center<br />

LMHS Linn-Mar High School<br />

MALL Old Capitol Mall<br />

MARI Marion Center<br />

MNRC Monticello Nursing & Rehab Center<br />

RESC Resource Center<br />

TIPT Cedar County Center (Tipton)<br />

VINT Benton County Center (Vinton)<br />

WACR Washington County Center (Washington)<br />

WCAM Washington County Ambulance<br />

WILL Iowa County Center (Williamsburg)<br />

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Subject/Department information<br />

Subject Department Phone For more information<br />

ACC Accounting Business & IT 398-5416<br />

ADM Administrative Assistant Business & IT 398-5416 In Iowa City contact Steve Abram, coordinator, 887-3629.<br />

ADN Nursing - Associate Degree Nursing 398-5563 Go to www.kirkwood.edu/nursing for class information,<br />

and to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu to register.<br />

AGA Ag - Agronomy Agricultural Sciences 398-5609<br />

AGB Ag - Farm Management Agricultural Sciences 398-5609<br />

AGC Ag - Comprehensive Agricultural Sciences 398-5609<br />

AGE Ag - Equine Agricultural Sciences 398-5609 For professional horse judging, see also AGS-307.<br />

AGF Ag - Floral Agricultural Sciences 398-5441<br />

AGH Ag - Horticulture Agricultural Sciences 398-5441<br />

AGM Ag - Mechanics Agricultural Sciences 398-5609<br />

AGN Ag - Natural Resources & Forestry Agricultural Sciences 398-5441<br />

AGP Ag - Precision Agriculture Agricultural Sciences 398-5609<br />

AGS Ag - Animal Science Agricultural Sciences 398-5609<br />

AGV Ag - Vet Tech Agricultural Sciences 398-5609<br />

ANT Anthropology Arts & Humanities 398-4913<br />

APP Apparel Merchandising Business & IT 398-5416<br />

ARC Architectural Industrial Technologies 398-4983 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

ART Art Arts & Humanities 398-4913<br />

ASL American Sign Language Career Options 398-5480 Contact Linda Krog, coordinator. Go to<br />

www.kirkwood.edu/careerop for program information<br />

and to register for an advising session.<br />

BCA Business Computer Applications Business & IT 398-5416 In Iowa City contact Steve Abram, coordinator, 887-3629.<br />

BIO Biology Math/Science 398-5516<br />

BUS Business Business & IT 398-5416<br />

CAD Computer Aided Design Industrial Technologies 398-4983 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

CHM Chemistry Math/Science 398-5516<br />

CIS Computer Information Systems Business & IT 398-5416 In Iowa City contact Joe DeMaria, coordinator, 887-3643.<br />

CLS Cultural Studies Social Sciences 398-4911<br />

COM Communication Learning Services 398-5574 For COM-710, call Business & IT, 398-5416. For all<br />

other COM classes, call Learning Services.<br />

CON Construction Industrial Technologies 398-4983 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

CRJ Criminal Justice Career Options 398-4823 Contact Michael Penrod, coordinator. Go to<br />

www.kirkwood.edu/careerop for program information<br />

and to register for an advising session.<br />

CRR Collision Repair & Refinish Industrial Technologies 398-4983 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

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<strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong> . summer/<strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> . DEPARTMENT INFORMATION<br />

CSC Computer Science Business & IT 398-5416 For CSC-110 Intro to Computers, call Business & IT.<br />

In Iowa City contact Joe DeMaria, coordinator, 887-3643.<br />

DAN Dance Arts & Humanities 398-4913<br />

Math/Science 398-5516 For CSC-142, 153, and 175, contact Cate Sheller, Math/<br />

Science.<br />

DEA Dental Assistant Allied Health 398-5566 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

DEN Dental Allied Health 398-5566 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

DHY Dental Hygiene Allied Health 398-5566 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

DLT Dental Lab Technology Allied Health 398-5566 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

DRA Film and Theatre Arts & Humanities 398-4913 Play rehearsals are Monday through Friday, 3:30-6:30 p.m.<br />

Interested students should keep those times free.<br />

DRF Drafting Industrial Technologies 398-4983 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

DSL Diesel Agricultural Sciences 398-5609<br />

DSV Disability Services Career Options 398-4936 Go to www.kirkwood.edu/careerop for program<br />

information and to register for an advising session.<br />

ECE Early Childhood Education Career Options 398-1258 Contact Melanie Nollsch, coordinator. Go to www.<br />

kirkwood.edu/careerop for program information and to<br />

register for an advising session.<br />

ECN Economics Social Sciences 398-4911<br />

EDU Education Career Options 398-5551 Contact Jack Terndrup, coordinator. Go to www.kirkwood.<br />

edu/careerop for program information and to register for<br />

an advising session.<br />

EGR Engineering Math/Science 398-5516<br />

EGT Engineering Technology Industrial Technologies 398-4983 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

ELT Electronics Industrial Technologies 398-4983 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

EMS Emergency Medical Services Allied Health 398-5566 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

END Electroneurodiagnostic Tech Allied Health 398-5566 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

ENG English Composition English 398-4998 Students enrolling in composition courses must have<br />

qualifying ACT or COMPASS scores, or college transcripts<br />

showing successful completion of appropriate<br />

prerequisites.<br />

ENV Environmental Science Math/Science 398-5516<br />

ESI ESL - Intensive International Programs 398-5579 For ELA placement testing and registration.<br />

EXS Exercise Science Math/Science 398-5516<br />

FIN Finance Business & IT 398-5416<br />

English 398-4998 For returning students with questions regarding testing<br />

and registration.<br />

FIR Fire Science Industrial Technologies 398-4983 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

FLF Foreign Language - French Arts & Humanities 398-4913<br />

FLG Foreign Language - German Arts & Humanities 398-4913<br />

FLS Foreign Language - Spanish Arts & Humanities 398-4913 In Iowa City contact Bridget Malone, coordinator,<br />

887-3618.<br />

GEO Geography Social Sciences 398-4911<br />

GIS Geographic Information Systems Business & IT 398-5416<br />

GRA Graphic Communications Business & IT 398-5416<br />

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HCM Hospitality, Culinary & Management Hospitality Arts 848-8770 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

HCR Heating and Air Conditioning Industrial Technologies 398-4983 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

HIS History Social Sciences 398-4911<br />

HIT Health Information Technology Allied Health 398-5566 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

HSC Health Science Allied Health 398-5566 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

HSV Human Services Career Options 398-5899,<br />

ext. 5715<br />

Nursing 398-5563 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

Nurse Aid 398-5438 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

Contact Jody Weigel, coordinator. Go to<br />

www.kirkwood.edu/careerop for program information<br />

and to register for an advising session.<br />

HUM Humanities Arts & Humanities 398-4913 See also Art, Drama, Literature, Music, Philosophy<br />

and Religion.<br />

IND Industrial Technology Industrial Technologies 398-4983 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

INT Interior Design Business & IT 398-5416<br />

ITP Interpreting Career Options 398-5480 Contact Linda Krog, coordinator. Go to<br />

www.kirkwood.edu/careerop for program information<br />

and to register for an advising session.<br />

LIT Literature English 398-4998 A prerequisite of Composition I is required for any<br />

Literature course. College transcripts showing successful<br />

completion of Composition I are required.<br />

MAP Medical Assistant Allied Health 398-5566 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

MAS Masonry Industrial Technologies 398-4983 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

MAT Mathematics Math/Science 398-5516 Students enrolling in mathematics courses must have<br />

qualifying ACT or COMPASS scores, or college transcripts<br />

showing successful completion of appropriate<br />

prerequisites.<br />

Learning Services 398-5574 Call Learning Services, 398-5574, for information on<br />

MAT-052, MAT-095, MAT-700 and MAT-731. For all other<br />

math courses, call the Math/Science department.<br />

MFG Manufacturing Industrial Technologies 398-4983 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

MGT Management Business & IT 398-5416<br />

MIL Military and ROTC Business & IT 398-5416<br />

MKT Marketing Business & IT 398-5416<br />

MLT Medical Lab Tech Allied Health 398-5566 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

MMS Mass Media Studies Career Options 398-4953 Contact Rose Kodet, coordinator. Go to<br />

www.kirkwood.edu/careerop for program information<br />

and to register for an advising session.<br />

MTR Medical Transcription Allied Health 398-5566 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information and to<br />

register.<br />

MUA Music - Applied Arts & Humanities 398-4956 Private Music Lessons (14 lessons). After registering,<br />

contact your instructor to sign up for a lesson time and<br />

start date. In Iowa City, sign up for a piano or voice lesson<br />

in ICCR 251. Note: A material fee applies to private lesson<br />

instruction, and neither tuition nor fees are refundable<br />

past the 10th day of the term.<br />

MUS Music - General Arts & Humanities 398-4913<br />

NET Computer Networking Business & IT 398-5416 In Iowa City contact Joe DeMaria, coordinator, 887-3643.<br />

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<strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong> . summer/<strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> . DEPARTMENT INFORMATION<br />

OTA Occupational Therapy Assistant Allied Health 398-5566 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

PEA Physical Education - Activities Math/Science 398-5516<br />

PEC Physical Education - Coaching Math/Science 398-5516<br />

PEH Physical Education - General & Health Math/Science 398-5516<br />

PEV Physical Education - Intercollegiate Math/Science 398-5516 Contact the Math/Science department to register.<br />

PHI Philosophy Arts & Humanities 398-4913<br />

PHS Physical Science Math/Science 398-5516<br />

PHY Physics Math/Science 398-5516<br />

PLU Plumbing Industrial Technologies 398-4983 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

PNN Nursing - Practical Nursing 398-5563 Go to www.kirkwood.edu/nursing for class information.<br />

Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu to register.<br />

POL Political Science Social Sciences 398-4911<br />

PRL Paralegal Career Options 398-5576 Contact Greg Clevenger, coordinator. Go to<br />

www.kirkwood.edu/careerop for program information<br />

and to register for an advising session.<br />

PSY Psychology Social Sciences 398-4911<br />

PTA Physical Therapist Assistant Allied Health 398-5566 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

RCP Respiratory Therapist Allied Health 398-5566 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

RDG Reading English 398-4998<br />

REL Religion Arts & Humanities 398-4913<br />

SCI Science Math/Science 398-5516<br />

SDV Student Development Student Development 398-5471<br />

SOC Sociology Social Sciences 398-4911<br />

SPC Speech Arts & Humanities 398-4913<br />

SUR Surgical Technology Allied Health 398-5566 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

WAT Water Environmental Tech Industrial Technologies 398-4983 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

WEL Welding Industrial Technologies 398-4983 Go to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu for class information<br />

and to register.<br />

Additional <strong>Kirkwood</strong> Locations<br />

Benton County Center 111 West 3rd Street, Vinton 319-472-2318<br />

Cedar County Center 1410 Cedar Street, Tipton 563-886-3101<br />

Iowa City Campus 1816 Lower Muscatine Rd., Iowa City 319-887-3658<br />

Iowa City Learning Center 1810 Lower Muscatine Rd., Iowa City 319-887-3656<br />

Iowa County Center 200 West Street, Williamsburg 319-668-2461<br />

Jones Regional Education Center 220 Welter Drive, Monticello 319-465-2302<br />

Marion Center 2900 8th Avenue, Marion 319-398-1052<br />

Resource Center 1030 5th Ave. SE, Cedar Rapids 319-398-1050<br />

Tippie-Mansfield Center 1214 9th Ave., Belle Plaine 319-444-2549<br />

Washington County Center 111 Westview, Washington 319-653-4655<br />

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KIRKWOOD CAMPUS LOCATIONS . summer <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

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MAp<br />

County Centers<br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> operates learning centers in each county of the college’s<br />

service area. Each center offers a large selection of college credit<br />

courses, making it possible for a student to earn an associate of arts<br />

degree at a location close to home. Besides college credit courses,<br />

each center provides continuing education classes, high school<br />

completion programs and GED testing services.<br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> Telecommunications System (KTS) uses interactive television<br />

to bring college credit courses to our seven-county service area.<br />

Faculty interact with students at each location via microphones and<br />

TV cameras in the classrooms.<br />

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ALSO OFFERED:<br />

ADN Nursing - Associate Degree<br />

ARC Architectural<br />

AUT Automotive Technology<br />

CAD Computer Aided Drafting<br />

CON Construction<br />

CRR Collision Repair & Refinish<br />

DEA Dental Assistant<br />

DHY Dental Hygiene<br />

DLT Dental Lab Technology<br />

DRF Drafting<br />

EGT Engineering Technology<br />

ELT Electronics<br />

END Electroneurodiagnostic Tech<br />

FIR Fire Science<br />

HCM Hospitality, Culinary & Management<br />

HCR Heating and Air Conditioning<br />

HIT Health Information Technology<br />

IND Industrial Technology<br />

MAP Medical Assistant<br />

MAS Masonry<br />

MFG Manufacturing<br />

MLT Medical Lab Tech<br />

MTR Medical Transcription<br />

OTA Occupational Therapy Assistant<br />

PLU Plumbing<br />

PNN Nursing - Practical<br />

PTA Physical Therapist Assistant<br />

RCP Respiratory Therapist<br />

SUR Surgical Technology<br />

WAT Water Environmental Tech<br />

WEL Welding<br />

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Specific course and schedule information for these subject areas<br />

are not listed in this book. Contact the department (see pages 2-5)<br />

for complete class schedule information and to register, or go<br />

to eaglenet.kirkwood.edu.<br />

Exceptions with partial course listings:<br />

DEN Dental<br />

EMS Emergency Medical Services<br />

HSC Health Science<br />

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LEARNING SERVICES . summer <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

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SUMMER <strong>2011</strong><br />

Learning Services<br />

2063 Cedar Hall | 319-398-5574 | 800-332-2055 ext. 5574<br />

www.kirkwood.edu/learningservices<br />

Learning Services offers supplemental and preparatory instruction,<br />

including classroom and individualized instruction, Internet and computer-based<br />

instruction, aptitude and skills assessment, counseling<br />

and advising, or peer tutoring. The department also arranges special<br />

accommodations for students with learning disabilities, such as sign<br />

language interpreters or textbooks on CD.<br />

COM Communication<br />

COM-723 Workplace Communications 3<br />

CRF01 0161787 5/23 7/1 Khaw<br />

LEC MTWTh 11:00am 12:50pm CEDR 327<br />

COM-744 Oral Communication/Workplace 3<br />

CRF01 0161786 5/23 7/1 Khaw<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 10:30am CEDR 327<br />

ENG English Composition<br />

ENG-013 Basic Writing 3<br />

CRF01 0161794 5/23 7/1 Petersen<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am CEDR 1036<br />

CRF02 0161795 5/23 7/1 Petersen<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 1036<br />

CRF01 0161796 7/5 8/12 Petersen<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am CEDR 1036<br />

CRF02 0161797 7/5 8/12 Petersen<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 1036<br />

MAT Mathematics<br />

MAT-052 Pre-Algebra 3<br />

CRF01 0161782 5/23 7/1 Lovell<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 2057<br />

CRF01 0161789 7/5 8/12 Baenziger<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 2057<br />

MAT-095 Personal Achievement Math<br />

• Take with math course. Call 398-5574 to register.<br />

1<br />

CRF01 0161783 5/23 7/1 Weglarz<br />

LAB MTWTh 9:00am 9:50am CEDR 2080<br />

CRF02 0161784 5/23 7/1 Naves<br />

LAB MTWTh 11:00am 11:50am CEDR 2080<br />

CRF01 0161792 7/5 8/12 Naves<br />

LAB MTWTh 9:00am 9:50am CEDR 2080<br />

CRF02 0161793 7/5 8/12 Naves<br />

LAB MTWTh 10:00am 10:50am CEDR 2080<br />

MAT-700 Basic Math 3<br />

CRF02 0161781 5/23 7/1 Lovell<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am CEDR 2057<br />

CRF01 0161780 5/23 7/1 Mefferd<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 2037<br />

CRF01 0161788 7/5 8/12 Baenziger<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am CEDR 2057<br />

MAT-731 Introduction to Math 2<br />

CRF01 0161764 5/23 7/1 Mefferd<br />

LEC MTW 12:20pm 1:50pm CEDR 2037<br />

RDG Reading<br />

RDG-200 College Reading 3<br />

CRF01 0164218 5/23 7/1 Cronbaugh<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am CEDR 2036<br />

CRF02 0164219 5/23 7/1 Cronbaugh<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 2036<br />

SDV Student Development<br />

SDV-052 Supported Education<br />

• Call 398-5454 to register.<br />

1<br />

CRF01 0161735 5/23 7/1 Farebrother<br />

CRF05 0161740 5/23 8/12 Farebrother<br />

CRF03 0161737 7/5 8/12 Farebrother<br />

SDV-052 Supported Education<br />

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2<br />

CRF02 0161736 5/23 7/1 Farebrother<br />

CRF06 0161741 5/23 8/12 Farebrother<br />

CRF04 0161738 7/5 8/12 Farebrother<br />

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SUMMER <strong>2011</strong> MAIN CAMPUS<br />

Cedar Rapids<br />

u Prerequisite required; see course description for details.<br />

H Hybrid class; has one-third online content.<br />

< Service Learning credit applies.<br />

Accelerated Learning class; call 319-398-1050 to register.<br />

R Reserved or restricted registration; details on EagleNet.<br />

Linked to another class section as noted.<br />

ACC Accounting<br />

ACC-111 Introduction to Accounting 3<br />

CRF01 0157860 5/23 7/1<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am NIEL 223<br />

CRTA1 0161481 5/23 8/12 Pettibone<br />

KTS-1 MW 8:00am 9:50am LINN 211B<br />

ACC-152 Financial Accounting 4<br />

CRF02 0157862 5/23 7/1 DeJong<br />

LEC MTWThF 10:00am 11:50am BENT 355<br />

CRF03 0157863 7/5 8/12 Mabe<br />

LEC MTWThF 10:00am 11:50am BENT 355<br />

ACC-156 Managerial Accounting u 4<br />

CRF02 0157865 5/23 7/1 Abernathy<br />

LEC MTWThF 10:00am 11:50am BENT 352<br />

CRF01 0157864 6/20 8/12 Crowther<br />

LEC MTh 5:30pm 9:20pm BENT 355<br />

CRF03 0157866 7/5 8/12 Crowther<br />

LEC MTWThF 10:00am 11:50am BENT 352<br />

ADM Administrative Assistant<br />

ADM-133 Business Math u 3<br />

CRF01 0157868 5/23 7/1<br />

LEC MTWTh 2:00pm 3:50pm NIEL 212<br />

ADM-154 Business Communication u 3<br />

CRF01 0157870 5/23 7/1 Forest<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am NIEL 224<br />

ADM-176 Electronic Records System 3<br />

CRF01 0161388 5/23 7/1 Forest<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am NIEL 224<br />

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AGA Ag - Agronomy<br />

AGA-381 Crop Scouting 3<br />

CRFB1 0157929 6/6 7/14 Crow<br />

L/L TW 2:15pm 3:30pm WASH 119<br />

L/L Th 8:00am 2:50pm WASH 119<br />

AGB Ag - Farm Management<br />

AGB-336 Agricultural Selling 3<br />

CRFB1 0157931 6/6 7/14 Stewart<br />

L/L M 11:00am 3:50pm WASH 104<br />

L/L TW 11:00am 1:50pm WASH 104<br />

AGC Ag - Comprehensive<br />

AGC-115 Ag Career Orientation 1<br />

CRFV1 0157933 6/29 7/1 Duffy<br />

LEC MTW 12:30pm 3:00pm ANHT 100<br />

LEC MTW 9:00am 12:00pm ANHT 100<br />

AGC-932 Internship 4<br />

CRFE1 0157936 Green<br />

AGC-932 Internship 2<br />

CRFM4 0163217 Rourke<br />

AGC-932 Internship 4<br />

CRFT1 0157941 5/23 8/12 Brase<br />

AGC-932 Internship 5<br />

CRFM2 0157939 5/23 8/12 Rourke<br />

AGC-932 Internship 4<br />

CRFV1 0157942 5/23 8/12 Duffy<br />

AGC-932 Internship 3<br />

CRFA1 0157934 5/23 8/12 Duffy<br />

CRFH1 0157937 5/23 8/12 Moss<br />

AGC-932 Internship 5<br />

CRFB2 0157935 5/23 8/12 Clough<br />

CRFM3 0157940 5/23 8/12 Chapman<br />

AGC-932 Internship 4<br />

CRFM1 0157938 5/23 8/12 Crow<br />

AGE Ag - Equine<br />

AGE-107 Trail Riding u 2<br />

CRFE1 0157943 5/23 7/1 Green<br />

LEC W 8:00am 10:50am EQUN IA<br />

LAB F 8:00am 11:50am<br />

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10<br />

AGE-110 Beg Western Balanced Seat 2<br />

CRFE1 0157944 5/28 8/12<br />

L/L MW 8:00am 9:50am EQUN IA<br />

AGE-110 Intro to Basic Riding 2<br />

CRFE2 0163206 5/28 8/12<br />

L/L TTh 6:00pm 7:50pm EQUN IA<br />

AGE-185 Eq Facilities Maint/Mechanics 2<br />

CRFE1 0163207<br />

AGE-213 Mgmt of Racing Thoroughbred 2<br />

CRFE1 0157946 5/23 8/12 Wilson<br />

L/L M 11:00am 12:50pm EQUN 117<br />

AGE-252 Horse Shows 4<br />

CRFE1 0157947 5/23 7/1 Green<br />

L/L Th 7:00am 7:50am EQUN 118<br />

AGE-270 Equestrian Drill Team 2<br />

CRFE1 0157948 5/23 8/12 Wilson<br />

L/L MTW 7:00am 7:50am EQUN IA<br />

AGE-290 Horse Projects u 2<br />

CRFE1 0157949 5/23 7/1 Green<br />

LEC MT 8:00am 10:50am EQUN IA<br />

LEC Th 8:00am 10:50am EQUN 118<br />

AGE-290 Horse Projects u 1<br />

CRFE2 0157950 7/5 8/12 Wilson<br />

LEC TTh 8:00am 9:50am EQUN 117<br />

AGF Ag - Floral<br />

AGF-144 Floral Design III u 3<br />

CRFF1 0157951 5/31 7/22 Dodd-Brosseau<br />

LAB MWTh 8:00am 11:20am HORT 123<br />

AGF-154 Retail Flower Shop Oper III u 2<br />

CRFF1 0157952 5/31 7/22 Dodd-Brosseau<br />

LEC MWTh 12:00pm 1:20pm HORT 127<br />

AGF-164 Event Planning III u 3<br />

CRFF1 0157953 5/31 7/22 Dodd-Brosseau<br />

L/L TF 8:00am 11:50am HORT 127<br />

AGH Ag - Horticulture<br />

AGH-102 Horticulture Math 3<br />

CRFH1 0163210 7/5 8/12 Burkle<br />

LEC MTWTh 1:30pm 3:30pm HORT 107<br />

AGH-112 Intro to Turfgrass Management 3<br />

CRFN1 0163214 5/23 8/12 McQuillen<br />

L/L W 5:00pm 10:00pm HORT 122<br />

AGH-120 Herbaceous Plant Materials 3<br />

CRFL1 0163215 5/23 8/12 Knights<br />

L/L W 5:00pm 10:00pm HORT 127<br />

AGH-123 Woody Plant Materials 3<br />

CRFH1 0157954 5/23 7/1 Saladin<br />

L/L MTWTh 12:00pm 1:30pm HORT 107<br />

L/L MTWTh 10:45am 11:45am HORT 107<br />

AGH-141 Equipment Operations 3<br />

CRFN1 0157955 5/23 8/12 Callender<br />

L/L M 5:00pm 10:00pm HORT 168<br />

AGH-144 Landscape Construction/Design 3<br />

CRFH1 0157956 7/5 8/12 Carroll<br />

L/L MTWTh 8:00am 10:30am HORT 168<br />

AGH-152 Landscape Design Techniques 3<br />

CRFH1 0157957 5/23 8/12 Moss<br />

L/L MTWTh 1:00pm 3:30pm HORT 105<br />

AGH-236 Plant Material Maintenance 3<br />

CRFH1 0157959 5/23 7/1 Saladin<br />

L/L MTWTh 8:00am 10:30am HORT 168<br />

AGM Ag - Mechanics<br />

AGM-932 Internship 2<br />

CRFD1 0157961 Stolte<br />

AGN Natural Resources and Forestry<br />

AGN-132 Plant Management for Parks 3<br />

CRFN1 0157962 5/23 8/12 Flecksing<br />

L/L T 5:00pm 10:00pm HORT 168<br />

AGN-140 Plants of the Wild 3<br />

CRFN1 0157963 5/23 8/12 Reisinger<br />

L/L Th 5:00pm 10:00pm HORT 137<br />

AGP Ag - Precision Agriculture<br />

AGP-329 Introduction to GPS 3<br />

CRFG1 0163211 7/5 8/12 Carroll<br />

LEC MTWTh 11:00am 1:00pm HORT 136<br />

AGP-440 Ag Apps of Digital Imagery 3<br />

CRFT1 0163209 5/16 6/3 Brase<br />

L/L MTWThF 8:00am 12:50pm WASH 116<br />

AGS Ag - Animal Science<br />

AGS-948 Special Projects 3<br />

CRFT1 0157964 Brase<br />

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AGV Ag - Veterinary Technology<br />

AGV-120 Veterinary Medical Terminology 1<br />

CRFV1 0157965 7/5 8/12 Murdock<br />

LEC W 9:00am 12:00pm ANHT 100<br />

AGV-126 Animal Anatomy & Physiology I 3<br />

CRFV2 0157967 7/5 8/12 Ackman<br />

LAB MTTh 9:00am 10:20am ANHT 116<br />

LEC MTWThF 8:00am 8:50am ANHT 100<br />

CRFV1 0157966 7/5 8/12 Ackman<br />

LAB MTTh 10:30am 11:50am ANHT 116<br />

LEC MTWThF 8:00am 8:50am ANHT 100<br />

AGV-152 Veterinary Computer Applications 2<br />

CRFV2 0157969 7/5 8/12 Murdock<br />

LEC MTTh 12:00pm 1:50pm WASH 103<br />

CRFV1 0157968 7/5 8/12 Murdock<br />

LEC MTTh 2:00pm 3:50pm HORT 136<br />

AGV-201 Pet Grooming I 1.5<br />

CRFA1 0157970 5/23 8/3 Anderson<br />

L/L MW 4:30pm 9:30pm ANHT 117<br />

L/L W 4:30pm 9:30pm ANHT 117<br />

CRFA3 0157972 5/23 8/3 Anderson<br />

L/L MW 4:30pm 9:30pm ANHT 117<br />

L/L W 4:30pm 9:30pm ANHT 117<br />

CRFA2 0157971 5/23 8/3 Anderson<br />

L/L MW 4:30pm 9:30pm ANHT 117<br />

L/L W 4:30pm 9:30pm ANHT 117<br />

AGV-202 Pet Grooming II u 1.5<br />

CRFA1 0157973 5/23 8/3 Anderson<br />

L/L MW 4:30pm 9:30pm ANHT 117<br />

L/L W 4:30pm 9:30pm ANHT 117<br />

AGV-203 Pet Grooming III u 1.5<br />

CRFA1 0157974 5/23 8/3 Anderson<br />

L/L MW 4:30pm 9:30pm ANHT 117<br />

L/L W 4:30pm 9:30pm ANHT 117<br />

AGV-204 Pet Grooming IV u 1.5<br />

CRFA1 0157975 5/23 8/3 Anderson<br />

L/L MW 4:30pm 9:30pm ANHT 117<br />

L/L W 4:30pm 9:30pm ANHT 117<br />

ANT Anthropology<br />

ANT-105 Cultural Anthropology 3<br />

CRTP3 0161158 5/23 8/12 Goings<br />

KTS-3 TTh 4:00pm 5:50pm LINN 203A<br />

CRF50 0159702 7/5 8/12<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 341<br />

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ART Art<br />

ART-101 Art Appreciation 3<br />

CRF50 0159703 5/23 7/1 Hall<br />

LEC MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm NIEL 313<br />

CRTP2 0161400 5/23 8/12 Lawrence<br />

KTS-2 MW 12:00pm 1:50pm LINN 202<br />

ART-133 Drawing 3<br />

CRF50 0159704 5/23 7/1 Hall<br />

L/L MTWTh 8:00am 11:00am NIEL 320<br />

ART-134 Drawing II u 3<br />

CRF52 0159705 5/23 7/1 Hall<br />

L/L MTWTh 8:00am 11:00am NIEL 320<br />

ART-143 Painting 3<br />

CRF52 0159706 5/23 8/12 Sodaev<br />

L/L TTh 6:00pm 9:30pm NIEL 328<br />

ART-144 Painting II u 3<br />

CRF53 0159707 5/23 8/12 Sodaev<br />

L/L TTh 6:00pm 9:30pm NIEL 328<br />

ART-163 Sculpture 3<br />

CRF00 0159708 7/5 8/12 Hansen<br />

L/L MTWTh 1:00pm 4:00pm ARTA 118<br />

ART-164 Sculpture II u 3<br />

CRF00 0159709 7/5 8/12 Hansen<br />

L/L MTWTh 1:00pm 4:00pm ARTA 118<br />

ART-184 Photography 3<br />

CRF00 0159713 5/23 7/1 Raabe<br />

LEC MTWTh 9:00am 10:10am NIEL 313<br />

LAB MTWTh 10:20am 11:30am NIEL 315<br />

ART-186 Digital Photography 3<br />

CRF51 0159715 5/23 7/1 McCabe<br />

L/L MTWTh 9:00am 11:30am NIEL 317<br />

CRF55 0164234 5/23 8/12<br />

L/L MW 1:00pm 3:30pm NIEL 317<br />

CRF50 0159714 5/23 8/12 Hall<br />

LEC T 6:00pm 8:30pm NIEL 325<br />

LAB Th 6:00pm 8:30pm NIEL 317<br />

CRF53 0161508 5/23 8/12 McCabe<br />

L/L TTh 1:00pm 3:30pm NIEL 317<br />

ART-301 Design Fundamentals 3<br />

CRF51 0160204 5/23 7/1 Raabe<br />

L/L MTWTh 12:00pm 3:00pm NIEL 325<br />

ART-405 Jewelry: Metalsmithing I 3<br />

CRF00 0161509 5/23 7/1 Kawai<br />

L/L MTWTh 9:00am 12:00pm ARTA 119<br />

ART-422 Glass II u 3<br />

CRF00 0159716 5/23 7/1 Smith<br />

L/L MTWTh 9:00am 12:00pm ARTA 119<br />

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ART-928 Independent Study 3<br />

CRF55 0159719 5/23 7/1 Hall<br />

ART-928 Independent Study 1<br />

CRF00 0159717 5/23 7/1 Hall<br />

ART-928 Independent Study 2<br />

CRF54 0159718 5/23 7/1 Hall<br />

ASL American Sign Language<br />

ASL-141 American Sign Language I 4<br />

CRF01 0157666 5/23 8/12 Cleveland<br />

LEC MT 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 1037<br />

LEC W 10:00am 11:20am CEDR 1037<br />

ASL-171 American Sign Language II u 4<br />

CRF02 0157667 5/23 8/12 Upah<br />

LEC MT 10:00am 11:50am BENT 303<br />

LEC W 10:00am 11:20am BENT 303<br />

ASL-241 American Sign Language III u 3<br />

CRF01 0157668 5/23 8/12 Quaas<br />

LEC MW 9:00am 10:50am BENT 304<br />

CRF02 0157669 5/23 8/12 Cleveland<br />

LEC MW 12:00pm 1:50pm BENT 302<br />

ASL-271 American Sign Language IV u 3<br />

CRF05 0157670 5/23 8/12 Quaas<br />

LEC MW 2:00pm 3:50pm BENT 303<br />

BCA Business Computer Applications<br />

BCA-189 Microcomputer Literacy 1<br />

CRF01 0157871 5/23 7/1<br />

L/L TTh 8:00am 9:50am NIEL 229<br />

CRF02 0157872 5/23 7/1<br />

L/L TTh 10:00am 11:50am NIEL 229<br />

CRTZ1 0161585 5/23 7/28 Cahalan<br />

KTS-1 Th 6:00pm 8:50pm LINN 211B<br />

CRF03 0157873 7/5 8/12<br />

L/L TTh 8:00am 9:50am NIEL 229<br />

CRF04 0161389 7/5 8/12<br />

L/L TTh 10:00am 11:50am NIEL 229<br />

BCA-205 Database/Spreadsheets 3<br />

CRF01 0157874 5/23 7/1 O’Brien<br />

L/L MTWThF 10:00am 11:50am NIEL 223<br />

BIO Biology<br />

BIO-104 Introductory Biology w/Lab 3<br />

CRF02 0158775 5/23 7/1 Scott<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:10am LINN 333<br />

LAB TWTh 11:30am 1:20pm LINN 230<br />

BIO-110 Basic Biological Concepts 3<br />

CRF01 0162455 5/23 7/1 Scott<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am LINN 333<br />

H CRTA2 0161189 5/23 7/14 Patterson<br />

KTS-2 TTh 7:30am 9:50am LINN 202<br />

BIO-112 General Biology I u 4<br />

CRF01 0158776 5/23 7/1 Donnermeyer<br />

LAB MTTh 10:00am 11:50am LINN 232<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am LINN 219<br />

CRF02 0158777 5/23 7/1 Donnermeyer<br />

LAB MTTh 1:00pm 2:50pm LINN 232<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am LINN 219<br />

BIO-151 Nutrition 3<br />

H CRTA2 0163927 5/23 7/1 Patterson<br />

KTS-2 TWTh 10:00am 11:50am LINN 202<br />

BIO-154 Human Biology 3<br />

CRF01 0158778 5/23 7/1 Williams<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am LINN 136<br />

CRF02 0158779 5/23 7/1 Williams<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am LINN 136<br />

CRTA2 0161169 5/23 8/12 Bonine<br />

KTS-2 MW 8:00am 9:50am LINN 202<br />

BIO-168 Human Anatomy/Phys I w/Lab 4<br />

CRF01 0158780 5/23 8/12 Sagan/Kruckeberg<br />

LEC MW 9:00am 10:50am LINN 121<br />

LAB T 9:00am 11:40am LINN 243<br />

CRF02 0158781 5/23 8/12 Sagan/Kruckeberg<br />

LEC MTh 12:00pm 1:50pm LINN 121<br />

LAB T 12:00pm 2:40pm LINN 243<br />

CRF03 0158782 5/23 8/12 Sagan/Kruckeberg<br />

LEC MTh 12:00pm 1:50pm LINN 121<br />

LAB W 12:00pm 2:40pm LINN 243<br />

CRF05 0158784 5/23 8/12 Glew<br />

LAB T 3:00pm 5:40pm LINN 243<br />

LEC WTh 3:00pm 4:50pm LINN 121<br />

BIO-173 Human Anatomy/Phys II w/Lab u 4<br />

CRF01 0158785 5/23 8/12 Petersen/Hennager<br />

LAB M 12:00pm 2:40pm LINN 243<br />

LEC TW 12:00pm 1:50pm LINN 121<br />

CRF02 0158786 5/23 8/12 Petersen/Hennager<br />

LEC TW 12:00pm 1:50pm LINN 121<br />

LAB Th 12:00pm 2:40pm LINN 243<br />

BIO-177 Human Anatomy 4<br />

CRF01 0158787 7/5 8/12 Lyons<br />

LEC MWF 10:00am 10:50am LINN 147A<br />

LAB MWF 8:00am 9:50am LINN 243<br />

LEC TTh 8:00am 9:50am LINN 247<br />

BIO-180 Human Physiology u 4<br />

CRF01 0164063 5/23 8/12 Lyons/Glew<br />

LAB T 12:00pm 2:50pm LINN 133E<br />

LEC WTh 12:00pm 1:50pm LINN 147B<br />

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BIO-186 Microbiology 4<br />

CRF04 0158789 5/23 8/12 Rehnstrom<br />

LEC MW 10:00am 11:50am LINN 219<br />

LAB W 12:00pm 2:30pm LINN 144<br />

CRF01 0158788 5/23 8/12 Rehnstrom<br />

LAB T 10:00am 12:30pm LINN 144<br />

LEC TTh 8:00am 9:50am LINN 121<br />

CRF03 0158790 5/23 8/12 Rehnstrom<br />

LEC TTh 8:00am 9:50am LINN 121<br />

LAB Th 10:00am 12:30pm LINN 144<br />

BIO-249 Biotechnology Internship 1<br />

CRF01 0158793 5/23 8/12 Petersen<br />

• Biotech students only. See instructor to register.<br />

BUS Business<br />

BUS-102 Introduction to Business 3<br />

CRTA1 0161490 5/23 8/12 Pettibone<br />

KTS-1 MW 10:00am 11:50am LINN 211B<br />

BUS-161 Human Relations 3<br />

CRFA1 0163208 5/16 6/17 Klopp<br />

LEC MTWThF 10:00am 11:50am WASH 102<br />

BUS-178 How to Deliver Winning Presentations 1<br />

CRTS3 0162473 7/7 7/8 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm LINN 203A<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm LINN 203A<br />

BUS-185 Business Law I 3<br />

CRF01 0157876 5/23 7/15 Lawrence<br />

LEC TTh 6:00pm 8:50pm BENT 352<br />

BUS-290 Employ Search/Workplace Success 1<br />

CRF01 0157877 5/28 6/11 Tauke<br />

LEC S 8:00am 5:00pm BENT 352<br />

BUS-932 Internship-Management 3<br />

CRF15 0157884 5/23 8/12 Merlak<br />

• Contact Lori Merlak, 126 Nielsen Hall, to register.<br />

BUS-932 Internship-Accounting 3<br />

CRF04 0157881 5/23 8/12 Abernathy<br />

• Contact Linda Abernathy, 398-4921, to register.<br />

BUS-932 Internship-Marketing Management 3<br />

CRF03 0157880 5/23 8/12 Abel<br />

BUS-932 Internship-Banking 3<br />

CRF02 0157879 5/23 8/12 Saville<br />

BUS-932 Internship-Web Technologies 3<br />

CRF05 0157882 5/23 8/12<br />

BUS-932 Internship-Administrative Asst 3<br />

CRF01 0157878 5/23 8/12 Schultz<br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong> . summer <strong>2011</strong> . CEDAR RAPIDS MAIN CAMPUS<br />

CHM Chemistry<br />

CHM-110 Introduction to Chemistry 3<br />

CRTP3 0161180 5/23 8/12 Bonine<br />

KTS-3 MW 4:00pm 5:50pm LINN 203A<br />

CRF01 0158795 6/6 7/15 Widstrom<br />

LEC MWF 8:00am 10:40am LINN 339<br />

CHM-111 Introduction to Chemistry Lab u 1<br />

CRF01 0158796 6/6 7/15 Widstrom<br />

LAB TTh 8:00am 10:40am LINN 241<br />

CHM-165 General Chemistry I 4<br />

CRF01 0158797 7/5 8/12 Heyer<br />

LAB MW 8:00am 10:40am LINN 241<br />

LEC TThF 8:00am 10:40am LINN 218<br />

CRF02 0158798 7/5 8/12 Heyer<br />

LAB MW 10:50am 1:30pm LINN 241<br />

LEC TThF 8:00am 10:40am LINN 218<br />

CHM-175 General Chemistry II u 4<br />

CRF01 0158799 5/23 7/1 Ochs<br />

LAB MW 8:00am 10:40am LINN 241<br />

LEC TThF 8:00am 10:40am LINN 218<br />

CRF02 0158800 5/23 7/1 Ochs<br />

LAB MW 10:50am 1:30pm LINN 241<br />

LEC TThF 8:00am 10:40am LINN 218<br />

CIS Computer Information Systems<br />

CIS-135 Microcomputer Operating System 3<br />

CRF01 0163142 7/5 8/12 McCarthy<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am NIEL 213<br />

CIS-207 Fundamentals of Web Program u 3<br />

CRF01 0157890 5/23 7/1<br />

L/L MTWTh 10:00am 12:30pm NIEL 228<br />

CLS Cultural Studies<br />

CLS-151 UC: Latin America 3<br />

H CRTA3 0161101 7/5 8/12 yost<br />

KTS-3 MTW 10:00am 11:50am LINN 203A<br />

CRF02 0158335 7/5 8/12 Ridgeway<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am BENT 319<br />

CLS-167 UC: Modern China 3<br />

CRF04 0158337 7/5 8/12 Wortman<br />

LEC TTh 6:00pm 9:30pm BENT 305<br />

COM Communication<br />

COM-723 Workplace Communications 3<br />

CRF01 0161787 5/23 7/1 Khaw<br />

LEC MTWTh 11:00am 12:50pm CEDR 327<br />

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COM-744 Oral Communication/Workplace 3<br />

14<br />

CRF01 0161786 5/23 7/1 Khaw<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 10:30am CEDR 327<br />

CRJ Criminal Justice<br />

CRJ-100 Intro to Criminal Justice 3<br />

CRF02 0162718 5/23 7/1 Penrod<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am CEDR 1045<br />

CRJ-200 Criminology u 3<br />

CRTA3 0161081 5/23 6/30 Penrod<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am LINN 203A<br />

CSC Computer Science<br />

CSC-110 Intro to Computers 3<br />

CRF01 0157891 5/23 7/1 Holmes<br />

L/L MTWThF 8:00am 9:50am NIEL 228<br />

CRF02 0157892 5/23 7/1 Holmes<br />

L/L MTWThF 10:00am 11:50am NIEL 212<br />

CRTA1 0161499 5/23 8/12 Hildenbrand<br />

KTS-1 TTh 7:30am 9:50am LINN 211B<br />

CRTZ2 0161463 5/23 8/12 Hildenbrand<br />

KTS-2 TTh 6:00pm 8:50pm LINN 202<br />

CRF05 0157893 7/5 8/12<br />

L/L MTWThF 8:00am 9:50am NIEL 228<br />

CRF06 0157894 7/5 8/12<br />

L/L MTWThF 10:00am 11:50am NIEL 228<br />

CSC-142 Computer Science 4<br />

CRF01 0158801 6/6 7/15 Sheller<br />

LEC MTWTh 11:00am 1:30pm LINN 218<br />

CRF02 0158802 6/6 7/15 Sheller<br />

LEC MTWTh 3:00pm 5:30pm LINN 147A<br />

DEN Dental<br />

DEN-220 Dental Nutrition u 1<br />

CRFDA 0159357 5/23 8/12 Hebl<br />

LEC Th 1:00pm 3:50pm LINN 216<br />

DRA Film and Theatre<br />

DRA-101 Introduction to Theatre 3<br />

CRF00 0162127 5/23 7/1 Ford<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 341<br />

DRA-116 Film Analysis 3<br />

• For additional film selections, see HUM Humanities.<br />

CRF50 0159725 5/23 7/1 Klopp<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 234<br />

CRTZ3 0161615 5/23 7/27 Brown<br />

KTS-3 MW 6:00pm 8:30pm LINN 203A<br />

DSL Diesel<br />

DSL-156 Truck Electronics u 3<br />

CRFD1 0157976 6/13 7/1 Anderson<br />

LEC MTWTh 7:30am 12:00pm WASH 004<br />

LAB F 7:30am 11:00am WASH 010<br />

DSL-308 Cooling Systems 2<br />

CRFD1 0157977 6/13 7/15 Anderson<br />

L/L MTWTh 12:30pm 3:00pm WASH 004<br />

DSL-630 Air Brakes and ABS 2<br />

CRFD1 0157978 5/23 6/10 Anderson<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 11:15am WASH 004<br />

LAB F 8:00am 11:00am WASH 010<br />

DSL-642 Steering and Suspension 2<br />

CRFD1 0157979 7/5 7/22 Anderson<br />

LEC MT 8:00am 11:30am WASH 004<br />

LAB WThF 8:00am 11:00am WASH 010<br />

DSL-802 Trailer Servicing 3<br />

CRFD1 0157980 7/25 8/12 Anderson<br />

L/L MTWTh 8:00am 12:20pm WASH 004<br />

L/L F 8:00am 12:00pm WASH 004<br />

DSV Disability Services<br />

DSV-100 Intro to Disabilities Services 3<br />

CRF02 0158136 6/13 7/20 Anderson<br />

LEC MTWTh 1:00pm 2:50pm CEDR 1049<br />

• Meets requirements for IA Paraeducator certification.<br />

DSV-120 Observation/Mgmt of Behavior 3<br />

CRF01 0158137 6/13 7/20 Van Oort<br />

LEC MTWTh 3:00pm 4:50pm CEDR 1049<br />

• Meets requirements for IA Paraeducator certification.<br />

DSV-130 Instruction& Adaptation Strategies 3<br />

CRF01 0158138 5/23 7/1 Anderson<br />

LEC TTh 5:00pm 8:50pm CEDR 1049<br />

• Meets requirements for IA Paraeducator certification.<br />

DSV-290 Dis Svc Careers Field Exp/Sem u 3<br />

CRF01 0158139 5/23 8/12 Van Oort<br />

CLI W 5:00pm 5:50pm CEDR 1037<br />

• Linked with DSV-290-CRF02. Call 398-5410 to register.<br />

DSV-290 Dis Svc Careers Field Exp/Sem u 6<br />

CRF02 0158140 5/23 8/12 Van Oort<br />

CLI W 5:00pm 5:50pm CEDR 1037<br />

• Linked with DSV-290-CRF01. Call 398-5410 to register.<br />

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ECE Early Childhood Education<br />

ECE-103 Intro to Early Childhood Ed 3<br />

CRF01 0158141 6/13 7/7 Nollsch<br />

LEC MTWTh 12:30pm 3:30pm CEDR 1037<br />

• Meets requirements for IA Paraeducator certification.<br />

CRF02 0158142 7/5 8/12 Clymer<br />

LEC Th 5:00pm 8:50pm CEDR 1037<br />

• Meets requirements for IA Paraeducator certification.<br />

ECE-133 Child Health/Safety/Nutrition 3<br />

CRF01 0158143 6/6 7/15 Snyder<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am CEDR 3008<br />

ECN Economics<br />

ECN-120 Principles of Macroeconomics 3<br />

CRF01 0158339 5/23 8/12 Farooqi<br />

LEC M 6:00pm 8:50pm BENT 357<br />

CRF04 0158341 5/23 7/1 Pelzer<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am BENT 358<br />

CRF06 0158342 5/23 7/1 Borman<br />

LEC MW 6:00pm 9:30pm BENT 358<br />

CRF02 0158340 7/5 8/12 Asigbee<br />

LEC MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm BENT 358<br />

ECN-130 Principles of Microeconomics 3<br />

CRF05 0158345 5/23 7/1 Pelzer<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am BENT 358<br />

CRF22 0161137 5/23 8/12 Farooqi<br />

LEC T 6:00pm 8:50pm BENT 357<br />

H CRTP4 0160810 6/6 7/28 Roose<br />

ICN MTTh 12:00pm 1:50pm LINN 203B<br />

CRF01 0158343 7/5 8/12 Asigbee<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am BENT 358<br />

CRF03 0158344 7/5 8/12 Borman<br />

LEC MW 6:00pm 9:30pm BENT 358<br />

EDU Education<br />

EDU-240 Educational Psychology u 3<br />

CRF01 0158145 6/6 7/15 Terndrup<br />

LEC MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm CEDR 1045<br />

EDU-805 Literacy Tutor Experience 1<br />

CRF01 0158146 5/23 7/1 McMenimen<br />

LEC MTWTh 9:00am 9:50am CEDR 1049<br />

• Linked with EDU-805-CRF02 and EDU-805-CRF03. Call<br />

398-5551 to register.<br />

EDU-805 Literacy Tutor Experience 2<br />

CRF02 0158147 5/23 7/1 McMenimen<br />

LEC MTWTh 9:00am 9:50am CEDR 1049<br />

• Linked with EDU-805-CRF01 and EDU-805-CRF03. Call<br />

398-5551 to register.<br />

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EDU-805 Literacy Tutor Experience 3<br />

CRF03 0158148 5/23 7/1 McMenimen<br />

LEC MTWTh 9:00am 9:50am CEDR 1049<br />

• Linked with EDU-805-CRF01 and EDU-805-CRF02. Call<br />

398-5551 to register.<br />

EGR Engineering<br />

EGR-180 Statics u 3<br />

CRF01 0158803 5/23 7/1 Elliff<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am LINN 147A<br />

EGR-280 Dynamics u 3<br />

CRF01 0162460 5/23 7/1 Meza<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am LINN 247<br />

EGR-290 Thermodynamics u 3<br />

CRF01 0158804 5/23 7/1 Meza<br />

LEC MTWTh 1:00pm 2:50pm LINN 331<br />

EMS Emergency Medical Services<br />

EMS-233 EMT Basic Theory 6.5<br />

CRF01 0159364 5/23 8/12 Brus<br />

LAB TTh 8:00am 3:00pm LINN 117H<br />

LEC TTh 8:00am 3:00pm LINN 117F<br />

EMS-235 EMT Basic Practical Applications 0.5<br />

CRF01 0159365 5/23 8/12 Robinson<br />

ENG English Composition<br />

ENG-013 Basic Writing 3<br />

CRF01 0161794 5/23 7/1 Petersen<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am CEDR 1036<br />

CRF02 0161795 5/23 7/1 Petersen<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 1036<br />

CRF01 0161796 7/5 8/12 Petersen<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am CEDR 1036<br />

CRF02 0161797 7/5 8/12 Petersen<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 1036<br />

ENG-101 Elements of Writing 3<br />

CRF01 0158031 5/23 7/1 McDonald<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am CEDR 3048<br />

CRF02 0158029 5/23 7/1 Ernster<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 326<br />

CRF03 0158030 5/23 7/1 Lau<br />

LEC MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm CEDR 3036<br />

CRF72 0158033 5/23 8/12 Obermueller<br />

LEC T 6:00pm 9:30pm CEDR 3038<br />

CRF73 0158128 5/23 8/12<br />

LEC W 6:00pm 9:30pm CEDR 3062<br />

CRF26 0158028 6/6 7/15 Bloom<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am CEDR 3062<br />

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CRF27 0158036 6/6 7/15 Bolton<br />

LEC MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm CEDR 3062<br />

CRF44 0158168 7/5 8/12<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am CEDR 3028<br />

CRF45 0158126 7/5 8/12 Barbour<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 3062<br />

CRF46 0158127 7/5 8/12 Edwards<br />

LEC MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm CEDR 3036<br />

ENG-105 Composition I u 3<br />

CRF07 0158026 5/23 7/1 Blake<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am CEDR 3030<br />

CRF08 0158037 5/23 7/1 Blake<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 3030<br />

CRF10 0158039 5/23 7/1 Schuppener<br />

LEC MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm CEDR 3030<br />

CRF77 0158046 5/23 8/12 Mitchell<br />

LEC T 6:00pm 9:30pm CEDR 3036<br />

CRF79 0158045 5/23 8/12 Mitchell<br />

LEC W 6:00pm 9:30pm CEDR 3037<br />

CRFWE 0164620 5/23 8/12<br />

LEC S 9:00am 12:50pm CEDR 3027<br />

CRF31 0158170 6/6 7/15 Minot<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am CEDR 3059<br />

CRF32 0162761 6/6 7/15<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 3028<br />

CRF50 0158040 7/5 8/12 Rosteck<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am CEDR 3037<br />

CRF51 0158041 7/5 8/12 Logel<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 3036<br />

CRF52 0158042 7/5 8/12 Seals<br />

LEC MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm CEDR 3048<br />

ENG-106 Composition II u 3<br />

CRF14 0158058 5/23 7/1 Larson<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am CEDR 3028<br />

CRF15 0158049 5/23 7/1 Arenz<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 3037<br />

CRF16 0158050 5/23 7/1 Klinzman<br />

LEC MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm CEDR 3048<br />

CRF83 0158055 5/23 8/12 Brown<br />

LEC T 6:00pm 9:30pm CEDR 3048<br />

CRF84 0158056 5/23 8/12 Brown<br />

LEC W 6:00pm 9:30pm CEDR 3036<br />

CRFWE 0164621 5/23 8/12<br />

LEC S 9:00am 12:50pm CEDR 3028<br />

CRF36 0158052 6/6 7/15 Fitz-Randolph<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 3041<br />

CRF37 0158053 6/6 7/15 Reddin<br />

LEC MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm CEDR 3038<br />

CRF57 0158054 7/5 8/12 Madden<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am CEDR 3038<br />

CRF58 0158059 7/5 8/12 Madden<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 3048<br />

CRF60 0158057 7/5 8/12<br />

LEC MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm CEDR 3037<br />

ENG-108 Comp II: Technical Writing u 3<br />

CRF88 0158060 5/23 8/12 McDonald<br />

LEC T 6:00pm 9:30pm CEDR 326<br />

ENG-221 Creative Writing u 3<br />

CRF38 0159131 6/6 7/15<br />

LEC MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm CEDR 3059<br />

ENG-233 Creative Writing: Short Fiction u 3<br />

CRF68 0158063 5/23 8/12<br />

LEC T 6:00pm 9:30pm CEDR 3030<br />

ESI Intensive English Second Language<br />

ESI-006 L1 ELA Reading & Vocabulary 3<br />

CRF03 0158181 5/23 8/12 Kinyalolo<br />

LEC MW 1:00pm 2:40pm CEDR 3043<br />

ESI-007 L1 ELA Listen & Conversation 3<br />

CRF01 0158182 5/23 8/12 Kinyalolo<br />

LEC MW 8:00am 9:40am CEDR 3043<br />

ESI-010 L1 ELA Phonetic/Pronunciation 3<br />

CRF02 0158183 5/23 8/12 Dickinson<br />

LEC MW 10:00am 11:40am CEDR 3043<br />

ESI-011 L1 ELA Grammar 4<br />

CRF04 0158184 5/23 8/12 Haight-Angelo<br />

LEC TTh 8:00am 10:25am CEDR 3043<br />

ESI-014 L1 ELA Writing 2<br />

CRF05 0158185 5/23 8/12 Haight-Angelo<br />

LEC TTh 11:00am 12:08pm CEDR 3043<br />

ESI-016 L2 ELA Writing 2<br />

CRF10 0158186 5/23 8/12 Magner<br />

LEC TTh 11:00am 12:08pm CEDR 3042<br />

ESI-018 L2 ELA Grammar 4<br />

CRF09 0158187 5/23 8/12 Magner<br />

LEC TTh 8:00am 10:25am CEDR 3042<br />

ESI-019 L2 ELA Listen Skills/Culture 3<br />

CRF06 0158188 5/23 8/12 Koch<br />

LEC MW 8:00am 9:40am CEDR 3042<br />

ESI-021 L2 ELA Phonetic/Pronunciation 3<br />

CRF07 0158189 5/23 8/12 Koch<br />

LEC MW 10:00am 11:40am CEDR 3042<br />

ESI-023 L2 ELA Reading & Vocabulary 3<br />

CRF08 0158190 5/23 8/12 Lent<br />

LEC MW 1:00pm 2:40pm CEDR 3042<br />

ESI-037 L3 ELA Writing u 2<br />

CRF15 0158191 5/23 8/12 Marz<br />

LEC TTh 11:00am 12:08pm CEDR 3030<br />

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ESI-038 L3 ELA Grammar u 4<br />

CRF14 0158192 5/23 8/12 Marz<br />

LEC TTh 8:00am 10:25am CEDR 3030<br />

ESI-039 L3 ELA Listen/Convers/Culture u 3<br />

CRF11 0158193 5/23 8/12 Dickinson<br />

LEC MW 8:00am 9:40am CEDR 3030<br />

ESI-040 L3 ELA Phonetic/Pronunciation u 3<br />

CRF12 0158194 5/23 8/12 Veldhuizen<br />

LEC MW 10:00am 11:40am CEDR 3030<br />

ESI-042 L3 ELA Reading & Vocabulary u 3<br />

CRF13 0158195 5/23 8/12 Veldhuizen<br />

LEC MW 1:00pm 2:40pm CEDR 3030<br />

ESI-062 L4 ELA Culture/Conversation u 3<br />

CRF16 0158196 5/23 8/12 Smith<br />

LEC MW 8:00am 9:40am CEDR 3047<br />

ESI-063 L4 ELA Writing u 3<br />

CRF20 0158197 5/23 8/12 Welsh<br />

LEC TTh 11:00am 12:40pm CEDR 3047<br />

ESI-064 L4 ELA Grammar and Usage u 3<br />

CRF19 0158198 5/23 8/12 Welsh<br />

LEC TTh 8:00am 9:40am CEDR 3062<br />

ESI-068 L4 ELA Reading & Vocabulary u 3<br />

CRF18 0158199 5/23 8/12<br />

LEC MW 1:00pm 2:40pm CEDR 3047<br />

ESI-069 L4 ELA Presentations u 3<br />

CRF17 0158200 5/23 8/12 Smith<br />

LEC MW 10:00am 11:40am CEDR 3047<br />

ESI-090 L5 ELA Culture & Conversation u 3<br />

CRF21 0158202 5/23 8/12<br />

LEC MW 8:00am 9:40am CEDR 3046<br />

ENG-101 Int’l Elements of Writing 3<br />

CRF24 0158032 5/23 8/12 Benesh<br />

LEC TTh 11:00am 12:40pm CEDR 3046<br />

ENG-150 Fundamentals of English Grammar 3<br />

CRF23 0158061 5/23 8/12 Benesh<br />

LEC TTh 8:00am 9:40am CEDR 3046<br />

RDG-130 Int’l Effective Reading Strategies 3<br />

CRF22 0158069 5/23 8/12 Maruniak<br />

LEC MW 1:00pm 2:40pm CEDR 3046<br />

SDV-109 Int’l College 101 3<br />

CRF01 0164370 5/23 8/12<br />

LEC TTh 1:00pm 2:50pm IOWA 125<br />

SPC-112 Public Speaking 3<br />

CRF50 0159810 5/23 7/1 Saunders<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am BENT 323<br />

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FLG Foreign Language - German<br />

FLG-141 Elementary German I 4<br />

CRF00 0159726 5/31 6/21 Carlson<br />

LEC MTWThF 9:00am 12:50pm CEDR 325<br />

FLG-142 Elementary German II 4<br />

CRF00 0159727 6/27 7/19 Carlson<br />

LEC MTWThF 9:00am 12:50pm CEDR 325<br />

FLS Foreign Language - Spanish<br />

FLS-141 Elementary Spanish I 4<br />

CRF52 0159729 5/23 7/1 Fink<br />

LEC MTWThF 8:00am 9:50am CEDR 341<br />

CRF51 0159728 5/31 6/21 Pecile<br />

LEC MTWThF 8:00am 11:50am BENT 354<br />

FLS-141 Elementary Spanish I - Spain 4<br />

CRF99 0159730 7/23 8/13 Hidalgo<br />

FLS-142 Elementary Spanish II 4<br />

CRF53 0159731 6/27 7/19 Pecile<br />

LEC MTWThF 8:00am 11:50am BENT 318<br />

CRF54 0159732 7/5 8/12 Putzy<br />

LEC MTWThF 8:00am 9:50am BENT 354<br />

FLS-142 Elementary Spanish II - Spain 4<br />

CRF99 0159733 7/23 8/13 Hidalgo<br />

FLS-241 Intermediate Spanish I u 4<br />

CRF55 0159734 5/31 6/21 Hidalgo<br />

LEC MTWThF 8:00am 11:50am BENT 322<br />

FLS-241 Intermediate Spanish I - Spain u 4<br />

CRF99 0159735 7/23 8/13 Hidalgo<br />

FLS-242 Intermediate Spanish II u 4<br />

CRF57 0159736 6/27 7/19 Hidalgo<br />

LEC MTWThF 8:00am 11:50am BENT 322<br />

FLS-242 Intermediate Spanish II - Spain u 4<br />

CRF99 0159737 7/23 8/13 Hidalgo<br />

FLS-924 Honors Project 1<br />

CRF01 0159738 5/23 8/12<br />

FLS-928 Independent Study - Spain 3<br />

CRF99 0160455 7/23 8/13 Hidalgo<br />

GEO Geography<br />

GEO-121 World Regional Geography 3<br />

CRF01 0158346 7/5 8/12 Brigham<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am BENT 315<br />

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GEO-162 Geography of Iowa 3<br />

CRF01 0161696 6/13 7/1 Brigham<br />

LEC MTWTh 9:00am 12:50pm BENT 306<br />

GLS Global Studies<br />

GLS-120 Education Abroad Guatemala 3<br />

CRF06 0162470 Hebl<br />

GLS-120 Education Experience Abroad 3<br />

CRF01 0162759 5/23 8/12 Feldman<br />

GLS-120 Education Abroad Spain Humanities 3<br />

CRFO8 0162472 5/23 8/12 Mekies<br />

GRA Graphic Communications<br />

GRA-127 Illustrator I u 3<br />

CRF01 0157896 7/5 8/12 Brandstetter<br />

L/L MTWThF 10:00am 11:50am NIEL 306<br />

GRA-131 Digital Layout u 3<br />

CRF01 0157898 7/5 8/12 Brandstetter<br />

L/L MTWThF 8:00am 9:50am NIEL 306<br />

GRA-140 Digital Imaging u 3<br />

CRF01 0162231 5/23 7/1 Parks<br />

L/L MTWThF 10:00am 11:50am NIEL 306<br />

GRA-195 Intro to Web Media u 3<br />

CRF01 0157899 5/23 7/1 Parks<br />

L/L MTWThF 8:00am 9:50am NIEL 306<br />

HIS History<br />

HIS-121 Ancient Mediterranean World 3<br />

CRF03 0158348 7/5 8/12 yost<br />

LEC MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm CEDR 1055<br />

HIS-124 Europe-Age of Nationalism 3<br />

CRF08 0158352 5/23 7/1 Owen<br />

LEC TTh 6:00pm 9:30pm BENT 315<br />

HIS-151 U.S. History to 1877 3<br />

CRF09 0158355 5/23 7/1 Nefzger<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am BENT 359<br />

CRTP4 0160696 6/6 7/28 Brendlinger<br />

ICN MTTh 4:00pm 5:50pm LINN 203B<br />

CRF04 0158353 6/6 7/15 Reardon<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am BENT 356<br />

CRF05 0158354 6/6 7/15 Reardon<br />

LEC MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm BENT 319<br />

CRF01 0161726 7/5 8/12 Santoro<br />

LEC MW 6:00pm 9:30pm BENT 356<br />

HIS-152 U.S. History Since 1877 3<br />

CRF12 0158358 5/23 8/12 Donovan<br />

LEC MTWTh 1:00pm 1:50pm BENT 304<br />

CRF03 0158356 5/23 7/1 Baker<br />

LEC TTh 6:00pm 9:30pm BENT 304<br />

CRF24 0161179 6/6 7/15 Wortman<br />

LEC MTWTh 2:00pm 3:50pm BENT 358<br />

CRF11 0158357 7/5 8/12 Nefzger<br />

LEC MW 6:00pm 9:30pm BENT 359<br />

HIS-291 History of Science 3<br />

CRF06 0158360 7/5 8/12 yost<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 1045<br />

HSC Health Sciences<br />

HSC-107 Professionals in Health 2<br />

• Check EagleNet for class schedule information.<br />

HSC-115 Medical Terminology 4<br />

• Check EagleNet for class schedule information.<br />

HSC-157 Professional Roles in HC 3<br />

CRF02 0164356 5/23 8/12 Forbes/Block<br />

LEC M 3:00pm 4:50pm LINN 126<br />

LEC W 10:00am 11:50am LINN 126<br />

CRF03 0164357 5/23 8/12 Forbes<br />

LEC M 7:00pm 9:50pm LINN 126<br />

LEC W 5:30pm 7:20pm LINN 126<br />

CRF01 0164354 5/23 8/12 Leutzinger<br />

LEC TW 10:00am 11:50am LINN 109<br />

HSC-169 Comm in HC Environment 3<br />

CRF02 0164359 5/23 8/12 Simmons<br />

LEC T 12:00pm 1:50pm LINN 109<br />

LEC W 8:00am 9:50am LINN 104<br />

CRF01 0164358 5/23 8/12 Block<br />

LEC TW 1:00pm 2:50pm LINN 126<br />

HSC-172 Nurse Aide 3<br />

• Check EagleNet for class schedule information.<br />

HSC-210 Health Skills I 1<br />

• Check EagleNet for class schedule information.<br />

HSV Human Services<br />

HSV-800 Human Service Fld Exp/Seminar u 3<br />

CRF03 0158151 5/23 7/1 Weigel<br />

LEC MTWTh 9:00am 9:50am CEDR 1055<br />

• Linked with HSV-814-CRF01 and HSV-800-CRF01. Call<br />

398-5715 to register.<br />

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HSV-800 Human Service Fld Exp/Seminar u 6<br />

CRF01 0158150 5/23 7/1 Weigel<br />

CLI MTWTh 9:00am 9:50am CEDR 1055<br />

• Linked with HSV-814-CRF01 and HSV-800-CRF03. Call<br />

398-5715 to register.<br />

HSV-814 Alc & Drug Couns Fld Exp II u 6<br />

CRF01 0158152 5/23 7/1 Weigel<br />

LEC MTWTh 9:00am 9:50am CEDR 1055<br />

• Linked with HSV-800-CRF01 and HSV-800-CRF03. Call<br />

398-5715 to register.<br />

HUM Humanities<br />

HUM-105 Working in America 3<br />

CRF50 0159739 7/5 8/12<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am BENT 316<br />

CRTP3 0164192 7/5 8/12 Drey<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm LINN 203A<br />

HUM-116 Encounters in Humanities 3<br />

CRF51 0159742 5/23 7/1 Gillespie<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am BENT 323<br />

CRF52 0159743 5/23 7/1 Gillespie<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 3059<br />

CRF49 0159740 5/23 8/12 Bareis<br />

LEC TTh 12:00pm 1:50pm BENT 318<br />

CRF50 0159741 5/23 8/12 Hall<br />

LEC M 6:00pm 9:30pm NIEL 313<br />

HUM-123 U.S. Film History 3<br />

CRF00 0159745 5/23 7/1 Klopp<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am CEDR 234<br />

• For additional film selections, see DRA Film and Theatre.<br />

IND Industrial Technology<br />

IND-155 Microcomputer Applications 2<br />

CRFA1 0163212 5/16 6/10 Clough<br />

L/L MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am WASH 103<br />

CRFT1 0163213 5/16 6/10 Clough<br />

L/L MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm WASH 103<br />

INT Interior Design<br />

INT-310 Architectural Graphics u 4<br />

CRF01 0157900 5/23 7/1 Konen<br />

L/L MTWTh 8:00am 11:45am NIEL 334D<br />

CRF02 0157901 5/23 7/1 Konen<br />

L/L MTWTh 1:00pm 4:45pm NIEL 334D<br />

INT-932 Internship-Interior Design 3<br />

CRF01 0157902 5/23 8/12 Konen<br />

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ITP Interpreting<br />

ITP-102 Independent Skills Lab II u 2<br />

CRF01 0157673 5/23 8/12 Upah<br />

LAB MW 2:00pm 3:50pm BENT 302<br />

ITP-161 Signing Systems in Ed Setting 3<br />

CRF01 0157674 6/8 7/15 Panosh<br />

LEC MTWTh 9:00am 10:50am BENT 305<br />

ITP-255 Professional Settings 3<br />

CRF01 0162717 5/23 7/1 Krog<br />

LEC MTWTh 9:00am 10:50am BENT 302<br />

LIT Literature<br />

LIT-206 Forms of Lit: Fiction u 3<br />

CRF21 0158064 5/23 7/1 Robins<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 3040<br />

CRF92 0158067 5/23 8/12 Price<br />

LEC T 6:00pm 9:30pm CEDR 3040<br />

CRF41 0158065 6/6 7/15 Minot<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 3044<br />

CRF64 0158066 7/5 8/12 Price<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 3040<br />

LIT-227 Lit & Culture: World Poetry u 3<br />

CRF22 0158070 5/23 7/1 Robins<br />

LEC MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm CEDR 3040<br />

MAT Mathematics<br />

MAT-052 Pre-Algebra 3<br />

CRF01 0161782 5/23 7/1 Lovell<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 2057<br />

CRF01 0161789 7/5 8/12 Baenziger<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 2057<br />

MAT-062 Elementary Algebra 3<br />

CRF02 0158808 5/23 7/1 Weglarz<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am LINN 139B<br />

CRTP1 0161529 5/23 8/12 Baenziger<br />

KTS-1 MW 2:00pm 3:50pm LINN 211B<br />

CRF01 0158807 5/23 8/12 Ling<br />

LEC MW 6:00pm 7:50pm LINN 139B<br />

CRTA1 0161538 5/23 8/12 Cahalan<br />

KTS-1 TTh 10:00am 11:50am LINN 211B<br />

CRF05 0158811 7/5 8/12 Rundle<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am LINN 139A<br />

CRF03 0158809 7/5 8/12 Merdinger<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am LINN 139B<br />

MAT-076 Prep for College Math 3<br />

• Full credit based on completion of 12 computer modules.<br />

CRF05 0162696 5/23 8/12 Johnson<br />

LEC MW 8:00am 9:50am LINN 120<br />

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CRF01 0162695 5/23 8/12 Sprengeler<br />

LEC MW 8:00am 9:50am LINN 120<br />

CRF15 0162698 5/23 8/12 Walker<br />

LEC MW 10:00am 11:50am LINN 120<br />

CRF10 0162697 5/23 8/12 Sprengeler<br />

LEC MW 10:00am 11:50am LINN 120<br />

CRF25 0162700 5/23 8/12 Ruffles<br />

LEC TTh 9:00am 10:50am LINN 120<br />

CRF20 0162699 5/23 8/12 Troughton<br />

LEC TTh 9:00am 10:50am LINN 120<br />

MAT-095 Personal Achievement Math 1<br />

• Take with math course. Call 398-5574 to register.<br />

CRF01 0161783 5/23 7/1 Weglarz<br />

LAB MTWTh 9:00am 9:50am CEDR 2080<br />

CRF02 0161784 5/23 7/1 Naves<br />

LAB MTWTh 11:00am 11:50am CEDR 2080<br />

CRF01 0161792 7/5 8/12 Naves<br />

LAB MTWTh 9:00am 9:50am CEDR 2080<br />

CRF02 0161793 7/5 8/12 Naves<br />

LAB MTWTh 10:00am 10:50am CEDR 2080<br />

MAT-102 Intermediate Algebra u 4<br />

CRF02 0158813 5/23 7/1 Weglarz<br />

LEC MTWThF 10:00am 11:50am LINN 147A<br />

CRTA3 0161091 5/23 8/12 Carrico<br />

KTS-3 TTh 7:30am 9:50am LINN 203A<br />

CRF01 0158812 5/23 8/12 Naves<br />

LEC TTh 6:00pm 8:40pm LINN 139B<br />

CRF03 0158814 7/5 8/12 Merdinger<br />

LEC MTWThF 8:00am 9:50am LINN 346<br />

CRF05 0158815 7/5 8/12 Nichols<br />

LEC MTWThF 10:00am 11:50am LINN 333<br />

MAT-115 Mathematics and Society u 3<br />

CRF01 0158817 5/23 7/1 Johnson-West<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am LINN 137<br />

H CRTP4 0160750 6/6 7/28 Roose<br />

ICN MTTh 2:00pm 3:50pm LINN 203B<br />

CRF02 0158818 7/5 8/12 Swart<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am LINN 348<br />

MAT-136 Trigonometry & Analytic Geometry u 5<br />

CRF01 0158820 5/23 8/12 Chmelicek<br />

LEC MTh 6:00pm 9:20pm LINN 333<br />

MAT-138 College Algebra with Limits u 4<br />

CRF02 0159819 5/23 7/1 Keller<br />

LEC MTWThF 8:00am 9:50am LINN 331<br />

CRF01 0158821 5/23 7/1 Sharapov<br />

LEC MTWThF 10:00am 11:50am LINN 331<br />

MAT-140 Finite Math u 3<br />

CRFWE 0164624 5/23 8/12<br />

LEC S 9:00am 12:50pm CEDR 3036<br />

H CRTA4 0160838 6/6 7/28 Roose<br />

ICN MTTh 10:00am 11:50am LINN 203B<br />

CRF02 0158823 7/5 8/12 Schiltz<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am LINN 348<br />

MAT-157 Statistics u 4<br />

CRF03 0158826 5/23 7/1 Johnson-West<br />

LEC MTWThF 10:00am 11:50am LINN 137<br />

CRF01 0158824 5/23 8/12 Naves<br />

LEC MW 6:00pm 8:40pm LINN 218<br />

CRF02 0158825 7/5 8/12 Gillispie<br />

LEC MTWThF 9:00am 10:50am LINN 331<br />

MAT-162 Business Statistics u 4<br />

CRF01 0158827 6/6 7/15 Sedlacek<br />

LEC MTWThF 8:00am 9:50am LINN 138<br />

MAT-165 Business Calculus u 3<br />

CRF01 0158828 6/6 7/15 Sedlacek<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am LINN 138<br />

MAT-210 Calculus I u 4<br />

CRF02 0158830 5/23 8/12 Koopman<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:10am LINN 108<br />

CRF01 0158829 5/23 8/12 Keller<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:10am LINN 108<br />

MAT-216 Calculus II u 4<br />

CRF01 0158831 5/23 8/12 Swart<br />

LEC MTWTh 12:00pm 1:10pm LINN 333<br />

MAT-227 Differential Equation/Laplace u 4<br />

CRF01 0158832 7/5 8/12 Koopman<br />

LEC MTWThF 10:00am 11:50am LINN 146<br />

MAT-700 Basic Math 3<br />

CRF02 0161781 5/23 7/1 Lovell<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am CEDR 2057<br />

CRF01 0161780 5/23 7/1 Mefferd<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 2037<br />

CRF01 0161788 7/5 8/12 Baenziger<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am CEDR 2057<br />

MAT-731 Introduction to Math 2<br />

CRF01 0161764 5/23 7/1 Mefferd<br />

LEC MTW 12:20pm 1:50pm CEDR 2037<br />

CRTP1 0161548 5/23 7/15 Baenziger<br />

KTS-1 MW 4:00pm 5:50pm LINN 211B<br />

MGT Management<br />

MGT-101 Principles of Management 3<br />

CRTA4 0160688 5/23 6/30 Lifto<br />

ICN MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am LINN 203B<br />

MGT-130 Principles of Supervision 3<br />

CRF01 0158858 5/23 7/1 Lifto<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am LINN 110<br />

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CRTP2 0161445 5/23 8/12 Whitson<br />

KTS-2 MW 4:00pm 5:50pm LINN 202<br />

MGT-135 Performance Appraisal for Managers 1<br />

CRTS3 0161675 6/23 6/24 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm LINN 203A<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm LINN 203A<br />

MGT-137 Developing Leadership Skills 1<br />

CRTS3 0161665 6/16 6/17 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm LINN 203A<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm LINN 203A<br />

MGT-139 Effective Team Bldg/Managers 1<br />

CRTS3 0161655 6/9 6/10 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm LINN 203A<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm LINN 203A<br />

MGT-140 Time Mgmt in the Workplace 1<br />

CRTS3 0161645 6/2 6/3 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm LINN 203A<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm LINN 203A<br />

MGT-145 Human Relations in Management 3<br />

CRF01 0157904 5/23 7/1 Abel<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am BENT 353<br />

CRTP2 0161423 5/23 8/12 Whitson<br />

KTS-2 MW 2:00pm 3:50pm LINN 202<br />

R CRFB1 0163216 6/6 7/14 Stewart<br />

LEC MTW 8:00am 10:25am WASH 104<br />

CRF02 0157905 7/5 8/12<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am BENT 353<br />

MGT-155 Integrated Project Management u 3<br />

CRF01 0157908 5/23 7/1 O’Brien<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am NIEL 212<br />

MGT-172 Employment Practices u 1<br />

CRF01 0162114 6/2 6/3 Eggers<br />

LEC Th 4:00pm 8:00pm BENT 353<br />

LEC F 8:00am 12:00pm BENT 353<br />

MGT-182 Labor Relation/Coll Bargaining u 1<br />

CRF01 0162115 6/9 6/10 Eggers<br />

LEC Th 4:00pm 8:00pm BENT 353<br />

LEC F 8:00am 12:00pm BENT 353<br />

MKT Marketing<br />

MKT-110 Principles of Marketing 3<br />

CRF01 0158855 5/23 7/1<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am BENT 353<br />

MKT-187 Persp/Int’l Mktg-Australia 3<br />

CRF02 0157916 5/23 7/1 Abel<br />

MKT-187 Persps/Global Bus. Den/Swe/Eng 3<br />

CRF01 0157915 5/23 7/1 Saville<br />

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MKT-187 Persp/Int’l Marketing-England 3<br />

CRF03 0158856 5/23 7/1 Goings<br />

MMS Mass Media Studies<br />

MMS-920 Field Experience 3<br />

CRF01 0157675 5/23 8/12 Kodet<br />

• Contact 319-398-4953 to register.<br />

MMS-948 Special Projects 1<br />

CRF01 0157676 5/23 8/12 Kodet<br />

• Contact 319-398-4953 to register.<br />

MUA Music - Applied<br />

• A material fee applies to all MUA courses.<br />

MUA-300 Applied Baritone 1<br />

CRF01 0159746 5/23 7/29 Pedde<br />

MUA-300 Applied Baritone 2<br />

CRF02 0159747 5/23 7/29 Pedde<br />

MUA-301 Applied Bassoon 2<br />

CRF02 0159749 5/23 7/29 Morton<br />

MUA-301 Applied Bassoon 1<br />

CRF01 0159748 5/23 7/29 Morton<br />

MUA-302 Applied Cello 1<br />

CRF01 0159750 5/23 7/29 Shaw<br />

MUA-302 Applied Cello 2<br />

CRF02 0159751 5/23 7/29 Shaw<br />

MUA-303 Applied Clarinet 2<br />

CRF02 0159753 5/23 7/29 Rodenberg<br />

MUA-303 Applied Clarinet 1<br />

CRF01 0159752 5/23 7/29 Rodenberg<br />

MUA-304 Applied Drum Set 1<br />

CRF01 0159754 5/23 7/29 McPartland<br />

MUA-304 Applied Drum Set 2<br />

CRF02 0159755 5/23 7/29 McPartland<br />

MUA-305 Applied Flute 2<br />

CRF02 0159757 5/23 7/29 Ho<br />

MUA-305 Applied Flute 1<br />

CRF01 0159756 5/23 7/29 Ho<br />

MUA-306 Applied French Horn 1<br />

CRF01 0159758 5/23 7/29 Harris<br />

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MUA-306 Applied French Horn 2<br />

22<br />

CRF02 0159759 5/23 7/29 Harris<br />

MUA-307 Applied Guitar 2<br />

CRF02 0159762 5/23 7/29 Gibson<br />

MUA-307 Applied Guitar 1<br />

CRF01 0159761 5/23 7/29 Gibson<br />

CRF00 0159760 5/23 7/29 Towey<br />

MUA-307 Applied Guitar 2<br />

CRF03 0161743 5/23 7/29 Towey<br />

MUA-308 Applied Oboe 2<br />

CRF02 0159764 5/23 7/29 Morton<br />

MUA-308 Applied Oboe 1<br />

CRF01 0159763 5/23 7/29 Morton<br />

MUA-310 Applied Piano 2<br />

CRF02 0159766 5/23 7/29<br />

CRF04 0159768 5/23 7/29 Nichols<br />

MUA-310 Applied Piano 1<br />

CRF03 0159767 5/23 7/29 Nichols<br />

CRF05 0159769 5/23 7/29 Tauscheck<br />

MUA-310 Applied Piano 2<br />

CRF06 0159770 5/23 7/29 Tauscheck<br />

MUA-310 Applied Piano 1<br />

CRF01 0159765 5/23 7/29<br />

MUA-311 Applied Saxophone 2<br />

CRF02 0159772 5/23 7/29 Western<br />

MUA-311 Applied Saxophone 1<br />

CRF01 0159771 5/23 7/29 Western<br />

MUA-312 Applied String Bass 1<br />

CRF01 0159773 5/23 7/29 Welch<br />

MUA-314 Applied Trombone 1<br />

CRF01 0159774 5/23 7/29 Pedde<br />

MUA-314 Applied Trombone 2<br />

CRF02 0159775 5/23 7/29 Pedde<br />

MUA-315 Applied Trumpet 1<br />

CRF01 0159776 5/23 7/29 Pedde<br />

MUA-315 Applied Trumpet 2<br />

CRF02 0159777 5/23 7/29 Pedde<br />

MUA-316 Applied Tuba 1<br />

CRF01 0159778 5/23 7/29 Pedde<br />

MUA-316 Applied Tuba 2<br />

CRF02 0159779 5/23 7/29 Pedde<br />

MUA-318 Applied Violin 2<br />

CRF02 0159783 5/23 7/29<br />

MUA-318 Applied Violin 1<br />

CRF01 0159782 5/23 7/29<br />

MUA-319 Applied Voice 2<br />

CRF02 0159785 5/23 7/29 Barclay<br />

MUA-319 Applied Voice 1<br />

CRF01 0159784 5/23 7/29 Barclay<br />

CRF03 0159786 5/23 7/29 Holmes-Bendixen<br />

MUS Music - General<br />

MUS-100 Music Appreciation 3<br />

CRF50 0159788 5/23 7/1 Feldkamp<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 343<br />

CRTP2 0161436 5/23 8/12 Shoemaker<br />

KTS-2 TTh 2:00pm 3:50pm LINN 202<br />

MUS-165 Jazz Combo 1<br />

CRF51 0159790 5/23 7/1 Feldkamp<br />

LAB TBA CEDR 375<br />

NET Computer Networking<br />

NET-122 Computer Hardware Basics 3<br />

CRF01 0157917 5/23 7/1<br />

L/L MTWThF 10:00am 11:50am NIEL 213<br />

NET-137 Advanced PC Concepts u 3<br />

CRF01 0157919 7/5 8/12 McCarthy<br />

L/L MTWThF 8:00am 9:50am NIEL 213<br />

NET-154 Networking Basics 3<br />

CRF01 0157920 5/23 7/1 Suiter<br />

L/L MTW 5:30pm 9:20pm NIEL 110<br />

NET-212 Cisco Networking 3<br />

CRF01 0157922 5/23 7/1 Smith<br />

L/L MTWThF 10:00am 11:50am NIEL 110<br />

NET-321 Windows Networking u 3<br />

CRF01 0157923 5/23 7/1 Smith<br />

L/L MTWThF 8:00am 9:50am NIEL 217<br />

NET-338 Directory Concepts u 3<br />

CRF01 0163138 5/23 7/1 Beaty<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am NIEL 217<br />

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NET-400 Linux Networking u 3<br />

CRF01 0157925 7/5 8/12 Thompson<br />

L/L MTWThF 10:00am 11:50am NIEL 110<br />

NET-561 Directory Administration u 3<br />

CRF01 0163140 7/5 8/12 Thompson<br />

L/L MTWThF 8:00am 9:50am NIEL 110<br />

NET-571 Server Configuration u 3<br />

CRF01 0163135 5/23 7/1 Beaty<br />

L/L MTWThF 8:00am 9:50am NIEL 110<br />

NET-630 Cyber Law and Ethics u 3<br />

CRF01 0163139 5/23 7/1 Symington<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am NIEL 109<br />

NET-850 Special Topics for PC Tech u 3<br />

CRF01 0163136 5/23 7/1 Symington<br />

L/L MTWThF 8:00am 9:50am NIEL 109<br />

PEA Physical Education - Activities<br />

PEA-154 Racquetball I 1<br />

CRF01 0158765 5/23 7/1 Muhl<br />

LAB MW 9:00am 10:50am<br />

PEA-174 Tennis I 1<br />

CRF01 0161790 5/23 7/1 Nebergall<br />

LAB MW 1:00pm 2:50pm RECR CLASSRM<br />

PEA-187 Weight Training I 1<br />

CRF10 0158768 5/23 7/1 Muhl<br />

LAB TTh 11:30am 1:20pm JOHN WTR<br />

PEC Physical Education - Coaching<br />

Officiating<br />

PEC-116 Athletic Dev & Human Growth 2<br />

CRF01 0158770 5/23 7/1 Muhl<br />

LEC TTh 9:00am 11:15am CEDR 3036<br />

PEH Physical Education - General & Health<br />

PEH-155 Exercise Psychology 3<br />

CRF01 0158772 5/23 7/1 Troutman<br />

LEC MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm LINN 146<br />

PEH-162 Intro to Physical Education 3<br />

CRF05 0161791 5/23 7/1 Troutman<br />

LEC MTWTh 9:00am 10:50am LINN 118<br />

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PHI Philosophy<br />

PHI-101 Intro to Philosophy 3<br />

CRF50 0159791 5/23 7/1 McCord<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 3062<br />

PHI-105 Introduction to Ethics 3<br />

CRF40 0159792 5/23 7/1 Bullwinkle<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 332<br />

CRF50 0159793 5/23 7/1 McCord<br />

LEC MW 6:00pm 9:30pm CEDR 325<br />

PHI-111 Basic Reasoning 3<br />

CRTZ2 0161472 5/23 7/28 Lemos<br />

KTS-2 MW 6:00pm 8:30pm LINN 202<br />

CRF51 0159795 5/23 8/12 LeGrant<br />

LEC T 6:00pm 9:30pm BENT 322<br />

CRF50 0159794 7/5 8/12 Greer<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am BENT 317<br />

PHI-160 Environmental Ethics: Costa Rica 3<br />

CRF00 0164807 5/23 6/1 Bullwinkle<br />

PHS Physical Science<br />

PHS-151 Introduction to Astronomy 3<br />

CRF10 0158833 5/23 7/1 Elliff<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am LINN 346<br />

PHY Physics<br />

PHY-120 Introductory Physics 3<br />

CRF01 0158834 5/23 7/1 Arnett<br />

LEC MT 1:00pm 2:30pm LINN 247<br />

LAB WF 1:00pm 2:50pm LINN 248<br />

LEC Th 1:00pm 2:50pm LINN 247<br />

PHY-222 <strong>Class</strong>ical Physics II u 5<br />

CRF01 0158836 5/23 7/1 Arnett<br />

LEC MW 9:00am 11:30am LINN 348<br />

LAB TTh 11:00am 12:50pm LINN 248<br />

LEC TThF 9:00am 10:50am LINN 348<br />

POL Political Science<br />

POL-111 American National Government 3<br />

CRF02 0158361 5/23 7/1 Owen<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am BENT 315<br />

POL-121 International Relations 3<br />

CRTA3 0161115 5/23 6/30 Owen<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm LINN 203A<br />

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24<br />

PRL Paralegal<br />

PRL-105 Legal Ethics u 1<br />

CRF01 0157677 5/23 7/1 Clevenger<br />

LEC MW 4:00pm 4:50pm CEDR 1055<br />

PRL-111 Adv Legal Research/Writing u 2<br />

CRF01 0157678 5/23 8/12 Butz<br />

LEC W 5:00pm 6:50pm CEDR 1056<br />

PRL-140 Business Organization Law u 2<br />

CRF01 0157679 5/23 8/12 McCuskey<br />

LEC Th 4:00pm 5:50pm CEDR 1045<br />

PRL-165 Estate Planning/Administration u 2<br />

CRF01 0157680 5/23 8/12 Butz<br />

LEC T 5:00pm 6:50pm CEDR 1056<br />

PRL-176 Civil Litigation u 3<br />

CRF01 0157681 5/23 8/12 O’Connell<br />

LEC F 1:00pm 3:50pm CEDR 1055<br />

PRL-181 Workers’ Compensation 2<br />

CRF01 0157682 5/23 8/12 Scheldrup<br />

LEC M 6:00pm 8:50pm CEDR 1055<br />

PRL-932 Internship 3<br />

CRF01 0157683 5/23 8/12 Clevenger<br />

CLI W 3:00pm 3:50pm CEDR 1055<br />

PSY Psychology<br />

PSY-111 Intro to Psychology 3<br />

CRTP3 0161127 5/23 6/30<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 2:00pm 3:50pm LINN 203A<br />

CRF22 0158369 5/23 8/12 Mitchell<br />

LEC W 5:30pm 8:30pm CEDR 1045<br />

CRF08 0158365 6/6 7/15 Sauerman<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 1055<br />

CRF09 0158366 6/6 7/15 Sauerman<br />

LEC MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm BENT 315<br />

CRF02 0158364 6/6 7/15 Wolf<br />

LEC MW 4:00pm 7:30pm BENT 315<br />

CRTA2 0161343 7/5 8/12 Flugstad<br />

KTS-2 MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am LINN 202<br />

CRF21 0158368 7/5 8/12 Osborn<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am BENT 306<br />

CRF10 0158367 7/5 8/12<br />

LEC TTh 6:00pm 9:30pm CEDR 3008<br />

PSY-121 Developmental Psychology u 3<br />

CRF03 0158370 5/23 7/1 Stephenson<br />

LEC TTh 4:00pm 7:30pm BENT 319<br />

CRF10 0158372 6/6 7/15 Wightman<br />

LEC MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm BENT 357<br />

CRF40 0158376 7/5 8/12 Byers<br />

LEC MW 6:00pm 9:30pm CEDR 1049<br />

CRF11 0158373 7/5 8/12 Byers<br />

LEC TTh 6:00pm 9:30pm BENT 306<br />

PSY-241 Abnormal Psychology u 3<br />

CRF06 0158377 5/23 7/1 Wolle<br />

LEC TTh 6:00pm 9:30pm BENT 356<br />

PSY-251 Social Psychology u 3<br />

CRF40 0158382 6/6 7/15 Wightman<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50pm LINN 111<br />

RDG Reading<br />

RDG-200 College Reading 3<br />

CRF01 0164218 5/23 7/1 Cronbaugh<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am CEDR 2036<br />

CRF02 0164219 5/23 7/1 Cronbaugh<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 2036<br />

REL Religion<br />

REL-101 Survey of World Religions 3<br />

CRF00 0159796 7/5 8/12 Drey<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am BENT 323<br />

REL-120 Judaism, Christianity & Islam 3<br />

CRF51 0159797 5/23 7/1 Jauhiainen<br />

LEC MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm BENT 322<br />

REL-140 Religion in the United States 3<br />

CRF03 0159798 5/23 7/1 Jauhiainen<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am BENT 316<br />

CRF05 0159799 5/23 8/12<br />

LEC T 6:00pm 9:30pm CEDR 341<br />

CRTP2 0161454 5/23 8/12 Moeller<br />

KTS-2 TTh 4:00pm 5:50pm LINN 202<br />

SDV Student Development<br />

SDV-052 Supported Education 1<br />

• Call 398-5454 to register.<br />

CRF01 0161735 5/23 7/1 Farebrother<br />

CRF05 0161740 5/23 8/12 Farebrother<br />

CRF03 0161737 7/5 8/12 Farebrother<br />

SDV-052 Supported Education 2<br />

• Call 398-5454 to register.<br />

CRF02 0161736 5/23 7/1 Farebrother<br />

CRF06 0161741 5/23 8/12 Farebrother<br />

CRF04 0161738 7/5 8/12 Farebrother<br />

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SDV-135 Job Seeking Skills 1<br />

CRF01 0162816 5/27 5/28 Pounds<br />

LEC F 5:00pm 10:00pm IOWA 125<br />

LEC S 8:00am 7:00pm IOWA 125<br />

CRF02 0162817 7/15 7/16 Ebaugh<br />

LEC F 5:00pm 10:00pm IOWA 125<br />

LEC S 8:00am 7:00pm IOWA 125<br />

SDV-178 Stress Management 1<br />

CRTS3 0161685 7/14 7/22 Rosene<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm LINN 203A<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm LINN 203A<br />

SOC Sociology<br />

SOC-110 Introduction to Sociology 3<br />

CRF02 0158385 5/23 7/1 Dobling<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 1045<br />

CRFWE 0164623 5/23 8/12<br />

LEC S 9:00am 12:50pm CEDR 3037<br />

CRF01 0158384 6/6 7/15 Strahn-Koller<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 1049<br />

CRTP3 0161138 7/5 8/12 Flugstad<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 2:00pm 3:50pm LINN 203A<br />

CRF07 0158387 7/5 8/12 Tarr<br />

LEC MW 6:00pm 9:30pm BENT 305<br />

SOC-115 Social Problems 3<br />

CRF07 0158390 6/6 7/15 Strahn-Koller<br />

LEC MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm BENT 356<br />

SOC-120 Marriage & Family 3<br />

CRF03 0158392 5/23 7/1 Dobling<br />

LEC MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm CEDR 3008<br />

CRF08 0158393 7/5 8/12 Ziese<br />

LEC MTWTh 2:00pm 3:50pm BENT 315<br />

SPC Speech<br />

SPC-101 Fund of Oral Communication 3<br />

H CRTZ1 0161557 5/23 6/29 McWorthy<br />

KTS-1 MW 6:00pm 8:50pm LINN 211B<br />

CRF10 0159800 5/23 7/1 Skaggs<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am BENT 317<br />

CRF11 0159801 5/23 7/1 Anderson<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am BENT 307<br />

CRF13 0159803 5/23 7/1<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 3048<br />

CRF12 0159802 5/23 7/1 Anderson<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am BENT 317<br />

CRF14 0159804 5/23 7/1 Skaggs<br />

LEC MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm BENT 317<br />

CRTA3 0161070 5/23 8/12 DeMaria<br />

KTS-3 MW 8:00am 9:50am LINN 203A<br />

CRF30 0159807 5/23 8/12 Brucher Moore<br />

LEC M 6:00pm 9:30pm BENT 317<br />

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CRF31 0159808 5/23 8/12 Grice<br />

LEC T 6:00pm 9:30pm CEDR 325<br />

CRFWE 0164622 5/23 8/12<br />

LEC S 9:00am 12:50pm CEDR 3030<br />

CRF40 0159809 6/6 7/15 Underwood<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am BENT 307<br />

CRF20 0159805 7/5 8/12 Franzen<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am BENT 317<br />

CRF21 0159806 7/5 8/12 Franzen<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am CEDR 332<br />

SPC-112 Public Speaking 3<br />

CRF51 0159811 6/6 7/15 Underwood<br />

LEC MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm BENT 307<br />

u Prerequisite required; see course description for details.<br />

H Hybrid class; has one-third online content.<br />

< Service Learning credit applies.<br />

Accelerated Learning class; call 319.398.1050 to register.<br />

R Reserved or restricted registration; details on EagleNet.<br />

Linked to another class section as noted.<br />

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26<br />

SUMMER <strong>2011</strong><br />

Marion Center<br />

2900 Eighth Avenue, Marion, IA 52302 | 319-398-1052<br />

www.kirkwood.edu/marion<br />

ACC Accounting<br />

ACC-111 Introduction to Accounting 3<br />

MRTA1 0161487 5/23 8/12 Pettibone<br />

KTS-1 MW 8:00am 9:50am MARI KTS-1<br />

ANT Anthropology<br />

ANT-105 Cultural Anthropology 3<br />

MRTP3 0161165 5/23 8/12 Goings<br />

KTS-3 TTh 4:00pm 5:50pm MARI KTS-3<br />

ART Art<br />

ART-101 Art Appreciation 3<br />

MRTP2 0161407 5/23 8/12 Lawrence<br />

KTS-2 MW 12:00pm 1:50pm MARI KTS-2<br />

BCA Business Computer Applications<br />

BCA-189 Microcomputer Literacy 1<br />

MRTZ1 0161591 5/23 7/28 Cahalan<br />

KTS-1 Th 6:00pm 8:50pm MARI KTS-1<br />

MRFM2 0160502 6/17 6/25 Stastny<br />

LEC F 1:00pm 5:00pm MARI 112C<br />

LAB S 8:30am 5:30pm MARI 112C<br />

BIO Biology<br />

BIO-110 Basic Biological Concepts 3<br />

H MRTA2 0161268 5/23 7/14 Patterson<br />

KTS-2 TTh 7:30am 9:50am MARI KTS-2<br />

BIO-151 Nutrition 3<br />

H MRTA2 0163933 5/23 7/1 Patterson<br />

KTS-2 TWTh 10:00am 11:50am MARI KTS-2<br />

BIO-154 Human Biology 3<br />

MRTA2 0161176 5/23 8/12 Bonine<br />

KTS-2 MW 8:00am 9:50am MARI KTS-2<br />

BUS Business<br />

BUS-102 Introduction to Business 3<br />

MRTA1 0161496 5/23 8/12 Pettibone<br />

KTS-1 MW 10:00am 11:50am MARI KTS-1<br />

MRFIB 0164233 7/5 8/12 Scott<br />

LEC MW 5:30pm 9:30pm MARI 111<br />

BUS-178 How to Deliver Winning Presentations 1<br />

MRTS3 0162480 7/7 7/8 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm MARI KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm MARI KTS-3<br />

BUS-290 Employ Search/Workplace Success 1<br />

MRFSN 0160503 6/3 6/4 Pounds<br />

LEC F 5:00pm 10:00pm MARI 105<br />

LEC S 8:00am 7:00pm MARI 105<br />

CHM Chemistry<br />

CHM-110 Introduction to Chemistry 3<br />

MRFCH 0164762 5/23 8/12 Bonine<br />

LEC MW 10:00am 11:50am MARI 105<br />

MRTP3 0161186 5/23 8/12 Bonine<br />

KTS-3 MW 4:00pm 5:50pm MARI KTS-3<br />

CLS Cultural Studies<br />

CLS-151 UC: Latin America 3<br />

H MRTA3 0161109 7/5 8/12 yost<br />

KTS-3 MTW 10:00am 11:50am MARI KTS-3<br />

CRJ Criminal Justice<br />

CRJ-200 Criminology u 3<br />

MRTA3 0161088 5/23 6/30 Penrod<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am MARI KTS-3<br />

CSC Computer Science<br />

CSC-110 Intro to Computers 3<br />

MRTA1 0161505 5/23 8/12 Hildenbrand<br />

KTS-1 TTh 7:30am 9:50am MARI KTS-1<br />

MRTZ2 0161469 5/23 8/12 Hildenbrand<br />

KTS-2 TTh 6:00pm 8:50pm MARI KTS-2<br />

DRA Film and Theatre<br />

DRA-116 Film Analysis 3<br />

MRTZ3 0161622 5/23 7/27 Brown<br />

KTS-3 MW 6:00pm 8:30pm MARI KTS-3<br />

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ECN Economics<br />

ECN-120 Principles of Macroeconomics 3<br />

MRTAA 0161632 6/6 7/15 Roose<br />

KTS-3 T 6:00pm 9:50pm MARI KTS-3<br />

ECN-130 Principles of Microeconomics 3<br />

MRTAA 0161642 7/18 8/19 Roose<br />

KTS-3 T 6:00pm 9:50pm MARI KTS-3<br />

ENG English Composition<br />

ENG-101 Elements of Writing 3<br />

MRFWE 0160504 5/23 7/1 Pitlik<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am MARI 104<br />

MRTP2 0161420 5/23 8/12 O’Brien<br />

KTS-2 TTh 12:00pm 1:50pm MARI KTS-2<br />

ENG-105 Composition I u 3<br />

H MRTP1 0161526 5/23 6/30 Brown<br />

KTS-1 MTW 12:00pm 1:50pm MARI KTS-1<br />

MRFCS 0160506 5/23 7/1 Pitlik<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am MARI 104<br />

MRFC1 0160505 5/23 7/1 Ernster<br />

LEC TTh 5:00pm 9:00pm MARI 104<br />

ENG-106 Composition II u 3<br />

H MRTP1 0161517 7/5 8/12 Brown<br />

KTS-1 MTW 12:00pm 1:50pm MARI KTS-1<br />

MRFC3 0160507 7/5 8/12 Pitlik<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am MARI 104<br />

HIS History<br />

HIS-152 U.S. History Since 1877 3<br />

MRFHS 0160508 6/6 7/15<br />

LEC MW 5:30pm 9:30pm MARI 103<br />

HSC Health Sciences<br />

HSC-107 Professionals in Health 2<br />

MRTP1 0161581 5/23 8/12 Meyer<br />

KTS-1 TTh 4:40pm 5:50pm MARI KTS-1<br />

HSC-115 Medical Terminology 4<br />

MRTP1 0161572 5/23 8/12<br />

KTS-1 TTh 2:00pm 4:30pm MARI KTS-1<br />

HSC-135 First Aid 0.5<br />

MRFX1 0160509 6/25 6/25 Randall<br />

LEC S 8:00am 4:50pm MARI 111<br />

MRFX2 0160510 7/9 7/9 Randall<br />

LEC S 8:00am 4:50pm MARI 111<br />

MRFXX 0160511 8/6 8/6 Randall<br />

LEC S 8:00am 4:50pm MARI 111<br />

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HSC-210 Health Skills I 1<br />

MRTA1 0161601 5/23 7/1<br />

LAB W 4:00pm 6:30pm LINN 239<br />

KTS-1 F 9:00am 10:30am MARI KTS-1<br />

MRTA1 0164344 7/5 8/12<br />

LAB W 4:00pm 6:30pm LINN 239<br />

KTS-1 F 9:00am 10:30am MARI KTS-1<br />

HUM Humanities<br />

HUM-105 Working in America 3<br />

MRFWA 0160512 6/16 7/15<br />

LEC TTh 6:00pm 9:50pm MARI 105<br />

MRTP3 0164199 7/5 8/12 Drey<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm MARI KTS-3<br />

MAT Mathematics<br />

MAT-052 Pre-Algebra 3<br />

MRFPA 0164369 5/23 7/1 Pomeroy<br />

LEC MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am MARI 102<br />

MAT-062 Elementary Algebra 3<br />

MRFEA 0160513 5/23 7/1 Hoyt<br />

LEC MTWTh 2:00pm 3:50pm MARI 105<br />

MRTP1 0161535 5/23 8/12 Baenziger<br />

KTS-1 MW 2:00pm 3:50pm MARI KTS-1<br />

MRTA1 0161545 5/23 8/12 Cahalan<br />

KTS-1 TTh 10:00am 11:50am MARI KTS-1<br />

MAT-102 Intermediate Algebra u 4<br />

MRFI2 0160514 5/23 7/29 Hoyt<br />

LEC MW 6:00pm 8:50pm MARI 105<br />

MRTA3 0161098 5/23 8/12 Carrico<br />

KTS-3 TTh 7:30am 9:50am MARI KTS-3<br />

MAT-731 Introduction to Math 2<br />

MRTP1 0161554 5/23 7/15 Baenziger<br />

KTS-1 MW 4:00pm 5:50pm MARI KTS-1<br />

MGT Management<br />

MGT-130 Principles of Supervision 3<br />

MRTP2 0161451 5/23 8/12 Whitson<br />

KTS-2 MW 4:00pm 5:50pm MARI KTS-2<br />

MGT-135 Performance Appraisal for Managers 1<br />

MRTS3 0161682 6/23 6/24 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm MARI KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm MARI KTS-3<br />

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MARION CENTER . summer <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

28<br />

MGT-137 Developing Leadership Skills 1<br />

MRTS3 0161672 6/16 6/17 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm MARI KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm MARI KTS-3<br />

MRFDL 0160515 7/22 7/22 Whitson<br />

LEC F 8:00am 4:50pm MARI 105<br />

MGT-139 Effective Team Bldg/Managers 1<br />

MRTS3 0161662 6/9 6/10 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm MARI KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm MARI KTS-3<br />

MGT-140 Time Mgmt in the Workplace 1<br />

MRTS3 0161652 6/2 6/3 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm MARI KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm MARI KTS-3<br />

MRFTM 0160516 7/15 7/15 Whitson<br />

LEC F 8:00am 4:50pm MARI 105<br />

MGT-145 Human Relations in Management 3<br />

MRTP2 0161429 5/23 8/12 Whitson<br />

KTS-2 MW 2:00pm 3:50pm MARI KTS-2<br />

MRFHM 0160517 6/6 7/15 Sapina-Kerkhove<br />

LEC MW 6:00pm 9:50pm MARI 104<br />

MUS Music - General<br />

MUS-100 Music Appreciation 3<br />

MRTP2 0161442 5/23 8/12 Shoemaker<br />

KTS-2 TTh 2:00pm 3:50pm MARI KTS-2<br />

PHI Philosophy<br />

PHI-111 Basic Reasoning 3<br />

MRTZ2 0161478 5/23 7/28 Lemos<br />

KTS-2 MW 6:00pm 8:30pm MARI KTS-2<br />

MRFBR 0164028 7/5 8/12 Greer<br />

LEC MTWTh 4:00pm 5:50pm MARI 105<br />

POL Political Science<br />

POL-121 International Relations 3<br />

MRTA3 0161122 5/23 6/30 Owen<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm MARI KTS-3<br />

PSY Psychology<br />

PSY-111 Intro to Psychology 3<br />

MRTP3 0161134 5/23 6/30<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 2:00pm 3:50pm MARI KTS-3<br />

MRTA2 0161349 7/5 8/12 Flugstad<br />

KTS-2 MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am MARI KTS-2<br />

MRFGP 0160518 7/5 8/12 Hanke<br />

LEC TTh 5:30pm 9:30pm MARI 111<br />

REL Religion<br />

REL-140 Religion in the United States 3<br />

MRTP2 0161460 5/23 8/12 Moeller<br />

KTS-2 TTh 4:00pm 5:50pm MARI KTS-2<br />

MRFRU 0164029 7/5 8/12 Greer<br />

LEC MTWTh 2:00pm 3:50pm MARI 105<br />

SDV Student Development<br />

SDV-178 Stress Management 1<br />

MRTS3 0161692 7/14 7/22 Rosene<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm MARI KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm MARI KTS-3<br />

SOC Sociology<br />

SOC-110 Introduction to Sociology 3<br />

MRFIS 0160519 7/5 8/12 Hanson<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am MARI 111<br />

MRTP3 0161145 7/5 8/12 Flugstad<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 2:00pm 3:50pm MARI KTS-3<br />

SPC Speech<br />

SPC-101 Fund of Oral Communication 3<br />

H MRTZ1 0161563 5/23 6/29 McWorthy<br />

KTS-1 MW 6:00pm 8:50pm MARI KTS-1<br />

• 3-4 trips to main campus required.<br />

MRFF3 0160520 5/23 7/1 Franzen<br />

LEC MW 5:00pm 9:00pm MARI 111<br />

MRTA3 0161078 5/23 8/12 DeMaria<br />

KTS-3 MW 8:00am 9:50am MARI KTS-3<br />

• 3-4 trips to main campus required.<br />

u Prerequisite required; see course description for details.<br />

H Hybrid class; has one-third online content.<br />

< Service Learning credit applies.<br />

Accelerated Learning class; call 319.398.1050 to register.<br />

R Reserved or restricted registration; details on EagleNet.<br />

Linked to another class section as noted.<br />

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SUMMER <strong>2011</strong><br />

Resource Center<br />

1035 Fifth Avenue SE, Cedar Rapids, IA 52403 | 319-398-1050<br />

www.kirkwood.edu/resource<br />

ACC Accounting<br />

ACC-111 Introduction to Accounting 3<br />

RCTA1 0161488 5/23 8/12 Pettibone<br />

KTS-1 MW 8:00am 9:50am RESC KTS-1<br />

ANT Anthropology<br />

ANT-105 Cultural Anthropology 3<br />

RCTP3 0161166 5/23 8/12 Goings<br />

KTS-3 TTh 4:00pm 5:50pm RESC KTS-3<br />

ART Art<br />

ART-101 Art Appreciation 3<br />

RCTP2 0161408 5/23 8/12 Lawrence<br />

KTS-2 MW 12:00pm 1:50pm RESC KTS-2<br />

BCA Business Computer Applications<br />

BCA-085 College Prep Computer II 1<br />

RCFP5 0161746 5/23 8/12<br />

L/L Th 9:00am 10:20pm RESC 3015<br />

BCA-189 Microcomputer Literacy 1<br />

RCTZ1 0161592 5/23 7/28 Cahalan<br />

KTS-1 Th 6:00pm 8:50pm RESC KTS-1<br />

RCF12 0161752 5/23 8/12<br />

L/L T 9:00am 11:50am RESC 3015<br />

RCF13 0161777 7/22 7/30 Stastny<br />

LEC F 1:00pm 5:00pm RESC 3015<br />

LAB S 8:30am 5:30pm RESC 3015<br />

BIO Biology<br />

BIO-110 Basic Biological Concepts 3<br />

H RCTA2 0161271 5/23 7/14 Patterson<br />

KTS-2 TTh 7:30am 9:50am RESC KTS-2<br />

BIO-151 Nutrition 3<br />

H RCTA2 0163934 5/23 7/1 Patterson<br />

KTS-2 TWTh 10:00am 11:50am RESC KTS-2<br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong> . summer <strong>2011</strong> . RESOURCE CENTER<br />

BIO-154 Human Biology 3<br />

RCTA2 0161177 5/23 8/12 Bonine<br />

KTS-2 MW 8:00am 9:50am RESC KTS-2<br />

BUS Business<br />

BUS-102 Introduction to Business 3<br />

RCTA1 0161497 5/23 8/12 Pettibone<br />

KTS-1 MW 10:00am 11:50am RESC KTS-1<br />

RCF01 0161761 5/23 8/12<br />

LEC MW 10:30am 12:20pm RESC 3022<br />

BUS-178 How to Deliver Winning Presentations 1<br />

RCTS3 0162481 7/7 7/8 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm RESC KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm RESC KTS-3<br />

BUS-290 Employ Search/Workplace Success 1<br />

RCF15 0161775 7/8 7/9 Pounds<br />

LEC F 5:00pm 10:00pm RESC 3022<br />

LEC S 8:00am 5:00pm RESC 3022<br />

CHM Chemistry<br />

CHM-110 Introduction to Chemistry 3<br />

RCTP3 0161187 5/23 8/12 Bonine<br />

KTS-3 MW 4:00pm 5:50pm RESC KTS-3<br />

LEC MW 4:00pm 5:50pm RESC KTS-3<br />

CLS Cultural Studies<br />

CLS-151 UC: Latin America 3<br />

H RCTA3 0161110 7/5 8/12 yost<br />

KTS-3 MTW 10:00am 11:50am RESC KTS-3<br />

CRJ Criminal Justice<br />

CRJ-100 Intro to Criminal Justice 3<br />

RCF01 0161759 5/23 8/12<br />

LEC TTh 12:30pm 2:20pm RESC 3020<br />

CRJ-200 Criminology u 3<br />

RCTA3 0161089 5/23 6/30 Penrod<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am RESC KTS-3<br />

CSC Computer Science<br />

CSC-110 Intro to Computers 3<br />

RCTA1 0161506 5/23 8/12 Hildenbrand<br />

KTS-1 TTh 7:30am 9:50am RESC KTS-1<br />

RCTZ2 0161470 5/23 8/12 Hildenbrand<br />

KTS-2 TTh 6:00pm 8:50pm RESC KTS-2<br />

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RESOURCE CENTER . summer <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

30<br />

RCF02 0161756 5/23 8/12<br />

LEC MW 1:00pm 3:30pm RESC 3015<br />

DRA Film and Theatre<br />

DRA-116 Film Analysis 3<br />

RCTZ3 0161623 5/23 7/27 Brown<br />

KTS-3 MW 6:00pm 8:30pm RESC KTS-3<br />

ECN Economics<br />

ECN-120 Principles of Macroeconomics 3<br />

RCTAA 0161633 6/6 7/15 Roose<br />

KTS-3 T 6:00pm 9:50pm RESC KTS-3<br />

ECN-130 Principles of Microeconomics 3<br />

RCTAA 0161643 7/18 8/19 Roose<br />

KTS-3 T 6:00pm 9:50pm RESC KTS-3<br />

ENG English Composition<br />

ENG-013 Basic Writing 3<br />

RCF23 0161748 5/23 8/12<br />

LEC MW 8:30am 10:20am RESC 3022<br />

ENG-101 Elements of Writing 3<br />

RCF02 0161771 5/23 8/12<br />

LEC T 5:00pm 9:00pm RESC 3015<br />

RCF01 0161753 5/23 8/12 Mills<br />

LEC TTh 8:30am 10:20am RESC 3021<br />

RCTP2 0161421 5/23 8/12 O’Brien<br />

KTS-2 TTh 12:00pm 1:50pm RESC KTS-2<br />

ENG-105 Composition I u 3<br />

H RCTP1 0161527 5/23 6/30 Brown<br />

KTS-1 MTW 12:00pm 1:50pm RESC KTS-1<br />

RCF02 0161772 5/23 8/12<br />

LEC Th 5:00pm 9:00pm RESC 3015<br />

RCF01 0161762 5/23 8/12 Mills<br />

LEC MW 1:00pm 2:50pm RESC 3021<br />

ENG-106 Composition II u 3<br />

RCF01 0161765 5/23 8/12<br />

LEC TTh 1:00pm 2:50pm RESC 3021<br />

H RCTP1 0161518 7/5 8/12 Brown<br />

KTS-1 MTW 12:00pm 1:50pm RESC KTS-1<br />

FLS Foreign Language - Spanish<br />

FLS-141 Elementary Spanish I 4<br />

RCF02 0161767 5/23 8/12 Shindelar<br />

LEC MW 5:00pm 8:20pm RESC 3037<br />

HIS History<br />

HIS-152 U.S. History Since 1877 3<br />

RCF01 0161760 5/23 8/12<br />

LEC MW 9:00am 10:50am RESC 3020<br />

HSC Health Sciences<br />

HSC-107 Professionals in Health 2<br />

RCTP1 0161582 5/23 8/12 Meyer<br />

KTS-1 TTh 4:40pm 5:50pm RESC KTS-1<br />

HSC-115 Medical Terminology 4<br />

RCTP1 0161573 5/23 8/12<br />

KTS-1 TTh 2:00pm 4:30pm RESC KTS-1<br />

HSC-135 First Aid 0.5<br />

RCF01 0161778 6/11 6/11 Randall<br />

LEC S 8:00am 4:50pm RESC 3022<br />

RCF02 0161779 7/16 7/16 Randall<br />

LEC S 8:00am 4:50pm RESC 3022<br />

HSC-210 Health Skills I 1<br />

RCTA1 0161602 5/23 7/1<br />

LAB W 4:00pm 6:30pm LINN 239<br />

KTS-1 F 9:00am 10:30am RESC KTS-1<br />

RCTA1 0164345 7/5 8/12<br />

LAB W 4:00pm 6:30pm LINN 239<br />

KTS-1 F 9:00am 10:30am RESC KTS-1<br />

HUM Humanities<br />

HUM-105 Working in America 3<br />

RCTP3 0164200 7/5 8/12 Drey<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm RESC KTS-3<br />

MAT Mathematics<br />

MAT-052 Pre-Algebra 3<br />

RCF06 0161768 5/23 8/12 Lampe<br />

LEC T 5:00pm 9:00pm RESC 3037<br />

RCF07 0161750 5/23 8/12<br />

LEC TTh 8:30am 10:20am RESC 3020<br />

MAT-062 Elementary Algebra 3<br />

RCF03 0161757 5/23 8/12 Kolar<br />

LEC MW 12:30pm 2:20pm RESC 3020<br />

RCTP1 0161536 5/23 8/12 Baenziger<br />

KTS-1 MW 2:00pm 3:50pm RESC KTS-1<br />

RCTA1 0161546 5/23 8/12 Cahalan<br />

KTS-1 TTh 10:00am 11:50am RESC KTS-1<br />

RCF04 0161770 5/23 8/12 Hendryx<br />

LEC Th 5:00pm 9:00pm RESC 3037<br />

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MAT-102 Intermediate Algebra u 4<br />

RCTA3 0161099 5/23 8/12 Carrico<br />

KTS-3 TTh 7:30am 9:50am RESC KTS-3<br />

RCF01 0161773 5/23 8/12 Kolar<br />

LEC MW 6:00pm 8:40pm RESC 3033<br />

MAT-115 Mathematics and Society u 3<br />

RCF01 0161774 5/23 8/12<br />

LEC T 5:00pm 8:50pm RESC 3033<br />

MAT-700 Basic Math 3<br />

RCF11 0161769 5/23 8/12 Lampe<br />

LEC Th 5:00pm 9:00pm RESC 3014<br />

RCF12 0161749 5/23 8/12 Calahan<br />

LEC MW 11:00am 1:20pm RESC 3037<br />

MAT-731 Introduction to Math 2<br />

RCTP1 0161555 5/23 7/15 Baenziger<br />

KTS-1 MW 4:00pm 5:50pm RESC KTS-1<br />

MGT Management<br />

MGT-130 Principles of Supervision 3<br />

RCTP2 0161452 5/23 8/12 Whitson<br />

KTS-2 MW 4:00pm 5:50pm RESC KTS-2<br />

MGT-135 Performance Appraisal for Managers 1<br />

RCTS3 0161683 6/23 6/24 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm RESC KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm RESC KTS-3<br />

MGT-137 Developing Leadership Skills 1<br />

RCTS3 0161673 6/16 6/17 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm RESC KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm RESC KTS-3<br />

MGT-139 Effective Team Bldg/Managers 1<br />

RCTS3 0161663 6/9 6/10 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm RESC KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm RESC KTS-3<br />

MGT-140 Time Mgmt in the Workplace 1<br />

RCTS3 0161653 6/2 6/3 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm RESC KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm RESC KTS-3<br />

RCF18 0161776 7/9 7/9 Hendryx<br />

LEC S 8:00am 4:50pm RESC 3037<br />

MGT-145 Human Relations in Management 3<br />

RCTP2 0161430 5/23 8/12 Whitson<br />

KTS-2 MW 2:00pm 3:50pm RESC KTS-2<br />

RCF13 0161754 5/23 8/12 Coyle<br />

LEC TTh 10:30am 12:20pm RESC 3020<br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong> . summer <strong>2011</strong> . RESOURCE CENTER<br />

MUS Music - General<br />

MUS-100 Music Appreciation 3<br />

RCTP2 0161443 5/23 8/12 Shoemaker<br />

KTS-2 TTh 2:00pm 3:50pm RESC KTS-2<br />

PHI Philosophy<br />

PHI-111 Basic Reasoning 3<br />

RCTZ2 0161479 5/23 7/28 Lemos<br />

KTS-2 MW 6:00pm 8:30pm RESC KTS-2<br />

POL Political Science<br />

POL-121 International Relations 3<br />

RCTA3 0161123 5/23 6/30 Owen<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm RESC KTS-3<br />

PSY Psychology<br />

PSY-111 Intro to Psychology 3<br />

RCTP3 0161135 5/23 6/30<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 2:00pm 3:50pm RESC KTS-3<br />

RCF01 0161758 5/23 8/12<br />

LEC MW 10:30am 12:20pm RESC 3021<br />

RCTA2 0161350 7/5 8/12 Flugstad<br />

KTS-2 MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am RESC KTS-2<br />

REL Religion<br />

REL-140 Religion in the United States 3<br />

RCTP2 0161461 5/23 8/12 Moeller<br />

KTS-2 TTh 4:00pm 5:50pm RESC KTS-2<br />

SDV Student Development<br />

SDV-096 College Prep Writing II 3<br />

RCFP2 0161744 5/23 8/12 Coyle<br />

LEC MW 11:00am 12:50pm RESC 3015<br />

SDV-099 College Prep Math II 3<br />

RCFP1 0161745 5/23 8/12<br />

LEC MW 9:00am 10:50am RESC 3015<br />

SDV-101 How To Be Success In College 3<br />

RCFP1 0161747 5/23 8/12 Thompson<br />

LEC TTh 10:30am 12:20pm RESC 3037<br />

SDV-160 Career Decision Making 2<br />

RCF01 0161766 5/23 8/12<br />

LEC TTh 1:00pm 2:20pm RESC 3033<br />

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RESOURCE CENTER/IOWA CITy CAMPUS . summer <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

32<br />

SDV-178 Stress Management 1<br />

RCTS3 0161693 7/14 7/22 Rosene<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm RESC KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm RESC KTS-3<br />

SOC Sociology<br />

SOC-110 Introduction to Sociology 3<br />

RCTP3 0161146 7/5 8/12 Flugstad<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 2:00pm 3:50pm RESC KTS-3<br />

SPC Speech<br />

SPC-101 Fund of Oral Communication 3<br />

H RCTZ1 0161564 5/23 6/29 McWorthy<br />

KTS-1 MW 6:00pm 8:50pm RESC KTS-1<br />

• 3-4 trips to main campus required.<br />

RCTA3 0161079 5/23 8/12 DeMaria<br />

KTS-3 MW 8:00am 9:50am RESC KTS-3<br />

• 3-4 trips to main campus required.<br />

RCF04 0161755 5/23 8/12<br />

LEC MW 1:00pm 3:20pm RESC 3022<br />

u Prerequisite required; see course description for details.<br />

H Hybrid class; has one-third online content.<br />

< Service Learning credit applies.<br />

Accelerated Learning class; call 319.398.1050 to register.<br />

R Reserved or restricted registration; details on EagleNet.<br />

Linked to another class section as noted.<br />

SUMMER <strong>2011</strong><br />

Iowa City Campus<br />

Iowa City <strong>Credit</strong> Center (ICCR), 1816 Lower Muscatine Road<br />

Iowa City Annex (ICAN), 1814 Lower Muscatine Road<br />

Old Capitol Mall (MALL), 201 S. Clinton Street<br />

Iowa City, IA | 319-887-3658<br />

www.kirkwood.edu/iowacity<br />

ACC Accounting<br />

ACC-152 Financial Accounting 4<br />

ICF01 0163038 6/6 7/29 Bootsma<br />

LEC MTWTh 1:00pm 2:50pm ICCR 262<br />

ACC-156 Managerial Accounting u 4<br />

ICF01 0163040 6/6 7/29 Bootsma<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am ICCR 262<br />

ICF02 0163041 6/6 7/29<br />

LEC TTh 6:00pm 9:50pm ICCR 262<br />

ADM Administrative Assistant<br />

ADM-142 Desktop Publishing 3<br />

ICF01 0163042 6/6 7/29 Dye<br />

L/L MW 6:00pm 9:50pm ICCR 103<br />

ANT Anthropology<br />

ANT-105 Cultural Anthropology 3<br />

ICTP3 0161163 5/23 8/12 Goings<br />

KTS-3 TTh 4:00pm 5:50pm ICCR 119<br />

ART Art<br />

ART-101 Art Appreciation 3<br />

ICF01 0163654 6/6 7/29 Kehoe<br />

LEC TTh 9:00am 11:50am ICCR 350<br />

ART-143 Painting 3<br />

ICF01 0163656 6/6 7/29 Kehoe<br />

L/L MW 9:00am 11:50am ICCR 208<br />

L/L F 10:00am 11:50am ICCR 208<br />

BIO Biology<br />

BIO-151 Nutrition 3<br />

ICF01 0164325 6/6 7/29 Hall<br />

LEC MW 6:00pm 8:50pm ICCR 158<br />

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BIO-168 Human Anatomy/Phys I w/Lab 4<br />

ICF01 0163043 6/6 7/29 Hall<br />

LAB MW 9:00am 10:50am ICCR 164<br />

LEC TTh 9:00am 11:50am ICCR 216<br />

BIO-173 Human Anatomy/Phys II w/Lab u 4<br />

ICF01 0163044 6/6 7/29 Kinsinger<br />

LEC MW 9:00am 11:50am ICCR 216<br />

LAB TTh 9:00am 10:50am ICCR 164<br />

BIO-186 Microbiology 4<br />

ICF01 0163045 6/6 7/29 Alexander<br />

LEC MW 9:00am 9:50am ICCR 256<br />

LAB MW 10:00am 11:50am ICCR 209<br />

LEC TTh 9:00am 10:50am ICCR 256<br />

BIO-195 Human Evolution 3<br />

ICF01 0163046 6/6 7/29 Poulakos<br />

LEC MWF 11:00am 12:50pm ICCR 254<br />

BUS Business<br />

BUS-178 How to Deliver Winning Presentations 1<br />

ICTS3 0162478 7/7 7/8 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm ICCR 119<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm ICCR 119<br />

BUS-185 Business Law I 3<br />

ICF01 0163048 6/6 7/29<br />

LEC MW 6:00pm 8:50pm ICCR 262<br />

BUS-932 Internship: Admin Asst 3<br />

R ICF01 0163047 5/23 8/12 Abram<br />

CHM Chemistry<br />

CHM-110 Introduction to Chemistry 3<br />

ICTP3 0161584 5/23 8/12 Bonine<br />

KTS-3 MW 4:00pm 5:50pm ICCR 119<br />

ICF01 0163049 6/6 7/29 Brown<br />

LEC MW 6:00pm 8:50pm ICCR 216<br />

CHM-111 Introduction to Chemistry Lab u 1<br />

ICF01 0163050 6/6 7/29 Brown<br />

LAB MW 4:00pm 5:50pm ICCR 209<br />

CIS Computer Information Systems<br />

CIS-333 Database and SQL u 4<br />

ICF01 0163657 6/6 7/29 Wickelhaus<br />

L/L TTh 6:00pm 9:50pm ICCR 258<br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong> . summer <strong>2011</strong> . IOWA CITy CAMPUS<br />

CLS Cultural Studies<br />

CLS-151 UC: Latin America 3<br />

H ICTA3 0161107 7/5 8/12 yost<br />

KTS-3 MTW 10:00am 11:50am ICCR 119<br />

CRJ Criminal Justice<br />

CRJ-200 Criminology u 3<br />

ICTA3 0161086 5/23 6/30 Penrod<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am ICCR 119<br />

CSC Computer Science<br />

CSC-110 Intro to Computers 3<br />

ICF01 0163051 5/23 7/1 DeMaria<br />

L/L MTWTh 2:00pm 3:50pm ICCR 213<br />

ICF02 0163052 7/5 8/12 Abram<br />

L/L MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am ICCR 213<br />

DRA Film and Theatre<br />

DRA-116 Film Analysis 3<br />

ICTZ3 0161620 5/23 7/27 Brown<br />

KTS-3 MW 6:00pm 8:30pm ICCR 119<br />

ICF01 0163053 6/6 7/29 Foster Hartley<br />

LEC MW 9:00am 11:50am ICCR 207<br />

ECN Economics<br />

ECN-120 Principles of Macroeconomics 3<br />

ICF01 0163054 5/23 7/1 Mekies<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am ICCR 204<br />

ICTAA 0161630 6/6 7/15 Roose<br />

KTS-3 T 6:00pm 9:50pm ICCR 119<br />

ECN-130 Principles of Microeconomics 3<br />

ICF01 0163055 5/23 7/1 Mekies<br />

LEC TTh 6:00pm 9:50pm ICCR 204<br />

H ICTP4 0160817 6/6 7/28 Roose<br />

ICN MTTh 12:00pm 1:50pm ICCR 117<br />

ICTAA 0161640 7/18 8/19 Roose<br />

KTS-3 T 6:00pm 9:50pm ICCR 119<br />

ENG English Composition<br />

ENG-059 College Prep Writing 3<br />

ICF01 0163057 6/6 7/29<br />

LEC MW 12:00pm 2:50pm ICCR 353<br />

ENG-101 Elements of Writing 3<br />

ICF01 0163058 6/6 7/29 Petrova<br />

LEC MW 12:00pm 2:50pm ICCR 352<br />

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ENG-105 Composition I u 3<br />

ICF01 0163056 5/23 7/1<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am ICCR 353<br />

ICF02 0163059 6/6 7/29 Petrova<br />

LEC MW 6:00pm 8:50pm ICCR 353<br />

ENG-106 Composition II u 3<br />

ICF01 0163060 6/6 7/29<br />

LEC TTh 6:00pm 8:50pm ICCR 353<br />

ICF02 0163062 7/5 8/12<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am ICCR 353<br />

ENG-221 Creative Writing u 3<br />

ICF01 0163061 6/6 7/29<br />

LEC MW 6:00pm 8:50pm ICCR 352<br />

ENV Environmental Science<br />

ENV-115 Environmental Science 3<br />

ICF01 0163064 5/23 7/15 Maas<br />

LEC TTh 2:00pm 4:50pm ICCR 158<br />

FLF Foreign Language - French<br />

FLF-141 Elementary French I 4<br />

ICF01 0163658 5/23 7/1 Skoglund<br />

LEC MTWThF 12:00pm 1:50pm ICCR 348<br />

FLF-142 Elementary French II 4<br />

ICF01 0163660 7/5 8/12 Beachy<br />

LEC MTWThF 12:00pm 1:50pm ICCR 348<br />

FLF-241 Intermediate French I u 4<br />

ICF01 0163659 5/23 7/1 Skoglund<br />

LEC MTWThF 9:00am 10:50am ICCR 348<br />

FLF-242 Intermediate French II u 4<br />

ICF01 0163662 7/5 8/12 Beachy<br />

LEC MTWThF 9:00am 10:50am ICCR 348<br />

FLS Foreign Language - Spanish<br />

FLS-141 Elementary Spanish I 4<br />

ICF04 0163688 5/23 7/1<br />

LEC MTWTh 5:00pm 7:20pm ICAN 110<br />

ICF01 0163675 5/23 7/1<br />

LEC MTWThF 9:00am 10:50am ICAN 113<br />

ICF02 0163682 5/23 7/1 Heath<br />

LEC MTWThF 10:00am 11:50am MALL 1101<br />

ICF03 0163687 5/23 7/1 Heath<br />

LEC MTWThF 1:00pm 2:50pm MALL 1101<br />

FLS-142 Elementary Spanish II 4<br />

ICF03 0163701 5/23 7/1 Cuevas<br />

LEC MTWTh 5:00pm 7:20pm ICAN 113<br />

ICF01 0163690 5/23 7/1<br />

LEC MTWThF 10:00am 11:50am ICAN 105<br />

ICF02 0163693 5/23 7/1<br />

LEC MTWThF 1:00pm 2:50pm ICAN 110<br />

ICF06 0163711 7/5 8/12<br />

LEC MTWTh 5:00pm 7:20pm ICAN 110<br />

ICF04 0163709 7/5 8/12<br />

LEC MTWThF 10:00am 11:50am MALL 1101<br />

ICF05 0163710 7/5 8/12<br />

LEC MTWThF 1:00pm 2:50pm MALL 1101<br />

FLS-241 Intermediate Spanish I u 4<br />

ICF04 0163705 5/23 7/1 Campagna<br />

LEC MTWTh 5:30pm 7:50pm ICCR 348<br />

ICF01 0163702 5/23 7/1 Munoz-Perez<br />

LEC MTWThF 8:00am 9:50am ICAN 106<br />

ICF02 0163703 5/23 7/1 Munoz-Perez<br />

LEC MTWThF 10:00am 11:50am ICAN 106<br />

ICF03 0163704 5/23 7/1<br />

LEC MTWThF 1:00pm 2:50pm ICAN 106<br />

ICF06 0163713 7/5 8/12 Campagna<br />

LEC MTWTh 5:30pm 7:50pm ICCR 348<br />

ICF05 0163712 7/5 8/12<br />

LEC MTWThF 10:00am 11:50am ICAN 106<br />

FLS-242 Intermediate Spanish II u 4<br />

ICF03 0163708 5/23 7/1<br />

LEC MTWTh 5:00pm 7:20pm ICAN 106<br />

ICF01 0163706 5/23 7/1 Perez-Bendorf<br />

LEC MTWThF 8:00am 9:50am ICAN 110<br />

ICF02 0163707 5/23 7/1 Perez-Bendorf<br />

LEC MTWThF 10:00am 11:50am ICAN 110<br />

ICF07 0163718 7/5 8/12<br />

LEC MTWTh 5:00pm 7:20pm ICAN 106<br />

ICF04 0163714 7/5 8/12<br />

LEC MTWThF 8:00am 9:50am MALL 1101<br />

ICF05 0163716 7/5 8/12 Cuevas<br />

LEC MTWThF 10:00am 11:50am ICAN 110<br />

ICF06 0163717 7/5 8/12 Cuevas<br />

LEC MTWThF 1:00pm 2:50pm ICAN 110<br />

HIS History<br />

HIS-151 U.S. History to 1877 3<br />

ICTP4 0160701 6/6 7/28 Brendlinger<br />

ICN MTTh 4:00pm 5:50pm ICCR 117<br />

HIS-152 U.S. History Since 1877 3<br />

ICF01 0163065 6/6 7/29 McMahon<br />

LEC TTh 1:00pm 3:50pm ICCR 207<br />

HIS-221 Holocaust/Genocide: Memory & Lit 3<br />

ICF01 0163066 6/6 7/29 McMahon<br />

LEC TTh 6:00pm 8:50pm ICCR 207<br />

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HSC Health Sciences<br />

HSC-107 Professionals in Health 2<br />

ICF01 0163069 5/23 8/12<br />

LEC TTh 2:00pm 3:20pm ICCR 212<br />

HSC-115 Medical Terminology 4<br />

ICF01 0163071 5/23 8/12<br />

LEC TTh 6:00pm 8:40pm ICCR 212<br />

HSC-135 First Aid 0.5<br />

ICF01 0163072 7/5 8/12<br />

LEC W 2:00pm 3:20pm ICCR 212<br />

HSC-169 Comm in HC Environment 3<br />

ICF01 0164360 5/23 8/12<br />

LEC MTh 5:30pm 7:30pm ICAN 105<br />

HSC-210 Health Skills I 1<br />

ICF01 0163067 5/23 7/1<br />

LAB M 6:00pm 8:50pm LINN 239<br />

LEC W 2:00pm 3:20pm ICCR 212<br />

HUM Humanities<br />

HUM-105 Working in America 3<br />

ICF01 0163073 6/6 7/29 Sessions<br />

LEC MWF 10:00am 11:50am ICCR 352<br />

ICTP3 0164197 7/5 8/12 Drey<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm ICCR 119<br />

LIT Literature<br />

LIT-206 Forms of Lit: Fiction u 3<br />

ICF01 0163074 6/6 7/29<br />

LEC MWF 10:00am 11:50am ICCR 350<br />

ICF02 0163075 6/6 7/29<br />

LEC TTh 6:00pm 8:50pm ICCR 350<br />

MAT Mathematics<br />

MAT-052 Pre-Algebra 3<br />

ICF01 0163663 6/6 7/29<br />

LEC MW 9:00am 11:50am ICCR 201<br />

ICF02 0163665 6/6 7/29<br />

LEC TTh 12:00pm 2:50pm ICCR 216<br />

MAT-062 Elementary Algebra 3<br />

ICF01 0163076 6/6 7/15 Cochran<br />

LEC MTWTh 11:00am 12:50pm ICCR 212<br />

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MAT-102 Intermediate Algebra u 4<br />

ICTA3 0161096 5/23 8/12 Carrico<br />

KTS-3 TTh 7:30am 9:50am ICCR 119<br />

ICF01 0163077 6/6 7/15 Cochran<br />

LEC MTWThF 9:00am 10:50am ICCR 212<br />

MAT-115 Mathematics and Society u 3<br />

H ICTP4 0160755 6/6 7/28 Roose<br />

ICN MTTh 2:00pm 3:50pm ICCR 117<br />

MAT-138 College Algebra with Limits u 4<br />

ICF01 0163078 6/6 7/15 Gustafson<br />

LEC MTWThF 10:00am 11:50am ICCR 263<br />

MAT-140 Finite Math u 3<br />

H ICTA4 0160843 6/6 7/28 Roose<br />

ICN MTTh 10:00am 11:50am ICCR 117<br />

MAT-157 Statistics u 4<br />

ICF01 0163666 6/6 7/29<br />

LEC MTWTh 3:00pm 4:50pm ICCR 255<br />

MAT-162 Business Statistics u 4<br />

ICF01 0163668 6/6 7/29<br />

LEC TTh 6:00pm 9:50pm ICCR 263<br />

MAT-165 Business Calculus u 3<br />

ICF01 0163079 6/6 7/15 Gustafson<br />

LEC MTWTh 1:00pm 2:50pm ICCR 263<br />

ICF02 0163669 6/6 7/29<br />

LEC MW 6:00pm 8:50pm ICCR 254<br />

MGT Management<br />

MGT-101 Principles of Management 3<br />

ICTA4 0160695 5/23 6/30 Lifto<br />

ICN MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am ICCR 117<br />

ICF01 0163081 6/6 7/29 Abram<br />

LEC MW 6:00pm 8:50pm ICCR 255<br />

MGT-135 Performance Appraisal for Managers 1<br />

ICTS3 0161680 6/23 6/24 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm ICCR 119<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm ICCR 119<br />

MGT-137 Developing Leadership Skills 1<br />

ICTS3 0161670 6/16 6/17 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm ICCR 119<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm ICCR 119<br />

MGT-139 Effective Team Bldg/Managers 1<br />

ICTS3 0161660 6/9 6/10 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm ICCR 119<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm ICCR 119<br />

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IOWA CITy CAMPUS . summer <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

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MGT-140 Time Mgmt in the Workplace 1<br />

ICTS3 0161650 6/2 6/3 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm ICCR 119<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm ICCR 119<br />

MKT Marketing<br />

MKT-110 Principles of Marketing 3<br />

ICF01 0163082 6/6 7/29<br />

LEC TTh 12:00pm 2:50pm ICCR 255<br />

MUA Music - Applied<br />

• Sign up for a piano or voice lesson time at the music<br />

studio, ICCR 251, or call 319-398-4956 for assistance in<br />

contacting your instructor. A material fee applies to all<br />

MUA courses.<br />

MUA-307 Applied Guitar 1<br />

ICF01 0163956 5/23 7/29 Hook<br />

MUA-310 Applied Piano 2<br />

ICF02 0163959 5/23 7/29 Nichols<br />

MUA-310 Applied Piano 1<br />

ICF01 0163958 5/23 7/29 Nichols<br />

MUA-319 Applied Voice 2<br />

ICF02 0163961 5/23 7/29 McTyre<br />

MUA-319 Applied Voice 1<br />

ICF01 0163960 5/23 7/29 McTyre<br />

NET Computer Networking<br />

NET-785 Fund of Desktop Support 3<br />

ICF01 0163671 5/23 7/1 DeMaria<br />

L/L MW 6:00pm 9:50pm ICCR 258<br />

PHI Philosophy<br />

PHI-101 Intro to Philosophy 3<br />

ICF01 0163084 7/5 8/12 Samuelson<br />

LEC TTh 6:00pm 9:50pm ICCR 202<br />

PHI-105 Introduction to Ethics 3<br />

ICF01 0163083 6/6 7/29 Sessions<br />

LEC MWF 2:00pm 3:50pm ICCR 350<br />

PHI-111 Basic Reasoning 3<br />

ICF01 0163085 7/5 8/12 Samuelson<br />

LEC MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm ICCR 350<br />

PHS Physical Science<br />

PHS-151 Introduction to Astronomy 3<br />

ICF01 0163086 6/6 7/29 Studer<br />

L/L MW 6:00pm 8:50pm ICCR 263<br />

PHY Physics<br />

PHY-162 College Physics I 4<br />

ICF01 0163088 6/6 7/29 Soemadi<br />

LEC MW 12:00pm 1:50pm ICCR 216<br />

LEC TTh 12:00pm 12:50pm ICCR 209<br />

LAB TTh 1:00pm 2:50pm ICCR 209<br />

POL Political Science<br />

POL-121 International Relations 3<br />

ICTA3 0161120 5/23 6/30 Owen<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm ICCR 119<br />

PSY Psychology<br />

PSY-111 Intro to Psychology 3<br />

ICTP3 0161132 5/23 6/30<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 2:00pm 3:50pm ICCR 119<br />

ICF01 0163089 6/6 7/29<br />

LEC MW 6:00pm 8:50pm ICCR 204<br />

ICF02 0163091 7/5 8/12<br />

LEC MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm ICCR 204<br />

PSY-121 Developmental Psychology u 3<br />

ICF01 0163090 6/6 7/29<br />

LEC MWF 10:00am 11:50am ICCR 256<br />

RDG Reading<br />

RDG-200 College Reading 3<br />

ICF01 0163092 6/6 7/29<br />

LEC TTh 9:00am 11:50am ICCR 352<br />

REL Religion<br />

REL-120 Judaism, Christianity & Islam 3<br />

ICF01 0163093 6/6 7/29<br />

LEC MW 2:00pm 4:50pm ICCR 202<br />

SDV Student Development<br />

SDV-178 Stress Management 1<br />

ICTS3 0161690 7/14 7/22 Rosene<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm ICCR 119<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm ICCR 119<br />

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SOC Sociology<br />

SOC-110 Introduction to Sociology 3<br />

ICF01 0163094 5/23 7/1 Miller<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am ICCR 202<br />

ICTP3 0161143 7/5 8/12 Flugstad<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 2:00pm 3:50pm ICCR 119<br />

SOC-115 Social Problems 3<br />

ICF01 0163095 6/6 7/29<br />

LEC TTh 6:00pm 8:50pm ICCR 255<br />

SPC Speech<br />

SPC-101 Fund of Oral Communication 3<br />

ICF01 0163096 5/23 7/1<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am ICAN 115<br />

ICF02 0163097 5/23 7/1<br />

LEC MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm ICAN 115<br />

ICTA3 0161076 5/23 8/12 DeMaria<br />

KTS-3 MW 8:00am 9:50am ICCR 119<br />

• 3-4 trips to main campus required.<br />

ICF03 0163098 6/6 7/29<br />

LEC MW 6:00pm 8:50pm ICAN 115<br />

ICF04 0163099 6/6 7/29<br />

LEC TTh 6:00pm 8:50pm ICAN 115<br />

ICF05 0163100 7/5 8/12<br />

LEC MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am ICAN 115<br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong> . summer <strong>2011</strong> . IOWA CITy CAMPUS<br />

u Prerequisite required; see course description for details.<br />

H Hybrid class; has one-third online content.<br />

< Service Learning credit applies.<br />

Accelerated Learning class; call 319.398.1050 to register.<br />

R Reserved or restricted registration; details on EagleNet.<br />

Linked to another class section as noted.<br />

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www.kirkwood.edu/vinton<br />

ACC Accounting<br />

ACC-111 Introduction to Accounting 3<br />

BNTA1 0161482 5/23 8/12 Pettibone<br />

KTS-1 MW 8:00am 9:50am VINT KTS-1<br />

ANT Anthropology<br />

ANT-105 Cultural Anthropology 3<br />

BNTP3 0161159 5/23 8/12 Goings<br />

KTS-3 TTh 4:00pm 5:50pm VINT KTS-3<br />

ART Art<br />

ART-101 Art Appreciation 3<br />

BNTP2 0161402 5/23 8/12 Lawrence<br />

KTS-2 MW 12:00pm 1:50pm VINT KTS-2<br />

BCA Business Computer Applications<br />

BCA-189 Microcomputer Literacy 1<br />

BNTZ1 0161586 5/23 7/28 Cahalan<br />

KTS-1 Th 6:00pm 8:50pm VINT KTS-1<br />

BIO Biology<br />

BIO-110 Basic Biological Concepts 3<br />

H BNTA2 0161234 5/23 7/14 Patterson<br />

KTS-2 TTh 7:30am 9:50am VINT KTS-2<br />

BIO-151 Nutrition 3<br />

H BNTA2 0163928 5/23 7/1 Patterson<br />

KTS-2 TWTh 10:00am 11:50am VINT KTS-2<br />

BIO-154 Human Biology 3<br />

BNTA2 0161170 5/23 8/12 Bonine<br />

KTS-2 MW 8:00am 9:50am VINT KTS-2<br />

BUS Business<br />

BUS-102 Introduction to Business 3<br />

BNTA1 0161491 5/23 8/12 Pettibone<br />

KTS-1 MW 10:00am 11:50am VINT KTS-1<br />

BUS-178 How to Deliver Winning Presentations 1<br />

BNTS3 0162474 7/7 7/8 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm VINT KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm VINT KTS-3<br />

CHM Chemistry<br />

CHM-110 Introduction to Chemistry 3<br />

BNTP3 0161181 5/23 8/12 Bonine<br />

KTS-3 MW 4:00pm 5:50pm VINT KTS-3<br />

CLS Cultural Studies<br />

CLS-151 UC: Latin America 3<br />

H BNTA3 0161102 7/5 8/12 yost<br />

KTS-3 MTW 10:00am 11:50am VINT KTS-3<br />

CRJ Criminal Justice<br />

CRJ-200 Criminology u 3<br />

BNTA3 0161082 5/23 6/30 Penrod<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am VINT KTS-3<br />

CSC Computer Science<br />

CSC-110 Intro to Computers 3<br />

BNTA1 0161500 5/23 8/12 Hildenbrand<br />

KTS-1 TTh 7:30am 9:50am VINT KTS-1<br />

BNTZ2 0161464 5/23 8/12 Hildenbrand<br />

KTS-2 TTh 6:00pm 8:50pm VINT KTS-2<br />

DRA Film and Theatre<br />

DRA-116 Film Analysis 3<br />

BNTZ3 0161616 5/23 7/27 Brown<br />

KTS-3 MW 6:00pm 8:30pm VINT KTS-3<br />

ECN Economics<br />

ECN-120 Principles of Macroeconomics 3<br />

BNTAA 0161626 6/6 7/15 Roose<br />

KTS-3 T 6:00pm 9:50pm VINT KTS-3<br />

ECN-130 Principles of Microeconomics 3<br />

H BNTP4 0160811 6/6 7/28 Roose<br />

ICN MTTh 12:00pm 1:50pm VINT ICN<br />

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BNTAA 0161636 7/18 8/19 Roose<br />

KTS-3 T 6:00pm 9:50pm VINT KTS-3<br />

ENG English Composition<br />

ENG-101 Elements of Writing 3<br />

BNTP2 0161415 5/23 8/12 O’Brien<br />

KTS-2 TTh 12:00pm 1:50pm VINT KTS-2<br />

ENG-105 Composition I u 3<br />

H BNTP1 0161521 5/23 6/30 Brown<br />

KTS-1 MTW 12:00pm 1:50pm VINT KTS-1<br />

ENG-106 Composition II u 3<br />

H BNTP1 0161512 7/5 8/12 Brown<br />

KTS-1 MTW 12:00pm 1:50pm VINT KTS-1<br />

HIS History<br />

HIS-151 U.S. History to 1877 3<br />

BNTP4 0160697 6/6 7/28 Brendlinger<br />

ICN MTTh 4:00pm 5:50pm VINT ICN<br />

HSC Health Sciences<br />

HSC-107 Professionals in Health 2<br />

BNTP1 0161576 5/23 8/12 Meyer<br />

KTS-1 TTh 4:40pm 5:50pm VINT KTS-1<br />

HSC-115 Medical Terminology 4<br />

BNTP1 0161567 5/23 8/12<br />

KTS-1 TTh 2:00pm 4:30pm VINT KTS-1<br />

HSC-172 Nurse Aide 3<br />

CRF06 0159839 5/16 6/14 James<br />

LEC MTWTh 9:00am 2:00pm VINT 101<br />

HSC-210 Health Skills I 1<br />

BNTA1 0161596 5/23 7/1<br />

LAB W 4:00pm 6:30pm LINN 239<br />

KTS-1 F 9:00am 10:30am VINT KTS-1<br />

BNTA1 0164338 7/5 8/12<br />

LAB W 4:00pm 6:30pm LINN 239<br />

KTS-1 F 9:00am 10:30am VINT KTS-1<br />

HUM Humanities<br />

HUM-105 Working in America 3<br />

BNTP3 0164193 7/5 8/12 Drey<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm VINT KTS-3<br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong> . summer <strong>2011</strong> . BENTON COUNTy CENTER<br />

MAT Mathematics<br />

MAT-062 Elementary Algebra 3<br />

BNTP1 0161530 5/23 8/12 Baenziger<br />

KTS-1 MW 2:00pm 3:50pm VINT KTS-1<br />

BNTA1 0161539 5/23 8/12 Cahalan<br />

KTS-1 TTh 10:00am 11:50am VINT KTS-1<br />

MAT-102 Intermediate Algebra u 4<br />

BNTA3 0161092 5/23 8/12 Carrico<br />

KTS-3 TTh 7:30am 9:50am VINT KTS-3<br />

MAT-115 Mathematics and Society u 3<br />

H BNTP4 0160751 6/6 7/28 Roose<br />

ICN MTTh 2:00pm 3:50pm VINT ICN<br />

MAT-140 Finite Math u 3<br />

H BNTA4 0160839 6/6 7/28 Roose<br />

ICN MTTh 10:00am 11:50am VINT ICN<br />

MAT-731 Introduction to Math 2<br />

BNTP1 0161549 5/23 7/15 Baenziger<br />

KTS-1 MW 4:00pm 5:50pm VINT KTS-1<br />

MGT Management<br />

MGT-101 Principles of Management 3<br />

BNTA4 0160689 5/23 6/30 Lifto<br />

ICN MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am VINT ICN<br />

MGT-130 Principles of Supervision 3<br />

BNTP2 0161446 5/23 8/12 Whitson<br />

KTS-2 MW 4:00pm 5:50pm VINT KTS-2<br />

MGT-135 Performance Appraisal for Managers 1<br />

BNTS3 0161676 6/23 6/24 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm VINT KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm VINT KTS-3<br />

MGT-137 Developing Leadership Skills 1<br />

BNTS3 0161666 6/16 6/17 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm VINT KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm VINT KTS-3<br />

MGT-139 Effective Team Bldg/Managers 1<br />

BNTS3 0161656 6/9 6/10 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm VINT KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm VINT KTS-3<br />

MGT-140 Time Mgmt in the Workplace 1<br />

BNTS3 0161646 6/2 6/3 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm VINT KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm VINT KTS-3<br />

MGT-145 Human Relations in Management 3<br />

BNTP2 0161424 5/23 8/12 Whitson<br />

KTS-2 MW 2:00pm 3:50pm VINT KTS-2<br />

register online > eaglenet.kirkwood.edu <strong>Summer</strong> & <strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Community</strong> College 39<br />

COUNTy CENTERS<br />

Benton


BENTON COUNTy CENTER . summer <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

40<br />

MUS Music - General<br />

MUS-100 Music Appreciation 3<br />

BNTP2 0161437 5/23 8/12 Shoemaker<br />

KTS-2 TTh 2:00pm 3:50pm VINT KTS-2<br />

PHI Philosophy<br />

PHI-111 Basic Reasoning 3<br />

BNTZ2 0161473 5/23 7/28 Lemos<br />

KTS-2 MW 6:00pm 8:30pm VINT KTS-2<br />

POL Political Science<br />

POL-121 International Relations 3<br />

BNTA3 0161116 5/23 6/30 Owen<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm VINT KTS-3<br />

PSY Psychology<br />

PSY-111 Intro to Psychology 3<br />

BNTP3 0161128 5/23 6/30<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 2:00pm 3:50pm VINT KTS-3<br />

BNTA2 0161344 7/5 8/12 Flugstad<br />

KTS-2 MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am VINT KTS-2<br />

REL Religion<br />

REL-140 Religion in the United States 3<br />

BNTP2 0161455 5/23 8/12 Moeller<br />

KTS-2 TTh 4:00pm 5:50pm VINT KTS-2<br />

SDV Student Development<br />

SDV-178 Stress Management 1<br />

BNTS3 0161686 7/14 7/22 Rosene<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm VINT KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm VINT KTS-3<br />

SOC Sociology<br />

SOC-110 Introduction to Sociology 3<br />

BNTP3 0161139 7/5 8/12 Flugstad<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 2:00pm 3:50pm VINT KTS-3<br />

SPC Speech<br />

SPC-101 Fund of Oral Communication 3<br />

• 3-4 trips to main campus required.<br />

H BNTZ1 0161558 5/23 6/29 McWorthy<br />

KTS-1 MW 6:00pm 8:50pm VINT KTS-1<br />

BNTA3 0161072 5/23 8/12 DeMaria<br />

KTS-3 MW 8:00am 9:50am VINT KTS-3<br />

u Prerequisite required; see course description for details.<br />

H Hybrid class; has one-third online content.<br />

< Service Learning credit applies.<br />

Accelerated Learning class; call 319.398.1050 to register.<br />

R Reserved or restricted registration; details on eaglenet.<br />

Linked to another class section as noted.<br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Community</strong> College . <strong>Summer</strong> & <strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> discover <strong>Kirkwood</strong> > www.kirkwood.edu


SUMMER <strong>2011</strong><br />

Cedar County<br />

1410 Cedar Street, Tipton, IA 52772 | 563-886-3101<br />

www.kirkwood.edu/tipton<br />

ACC Accounting<br />

ACC-111 Introduction to Accounting 3<br />

CDTA1 0161484 5/23 8/12 Pettibone<br />

KTS-1 MW 8:00am 9:50am TIPT KTS-1<br />

ANT Anthropology<br />

ANT-105 Cultural Anthropology 3<br />

CDTP3 0161161 5/23 8/12 Goings<br />

KTS-3 TTh 4:00pm 5:50pm TIPT KTS-3<br />

ART Art<br />

ART-101 Art Appreciation 3<br />

CDTP2 0161404 5/23 8/12 Lawrence<br />

KTS-2 MW 12:00pm 1:50pm TIPT KTS-2<br />

BCA Business Computer Applications<br />

BCA-189 Microcomputer Literacy 1<br />

CDTZ1 0161588 5/23 7/28 Cahalan<br />

KTS-1 Th 6:00pm 8:50pm TIPT KTS-1<br />

BIO Biology<br />

BIO-110 Basic Biological Concepts 3<br />

H CDTA2 0161257 5/23 7/14 Patterson<br />

KTS-2 TTh 7:30am 9:50am TIPT KTS-2<br />

BIO-151 Nutrition 3<br />

H CDTA2 0163930 5/23 7/1 Patterson<br />

KTS-2 TWTh 10:00am 11:50am TIPT KTS-2<br />

BIO-154 Human Biology 3<br />

CDTA2 0161172 5/23 8/12 Bonine<br />

KTS-2 MW 8:00am 9:50am TIPT KTS-2<br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong> . summer <strong>2011</strong> . CEDAR COUNTy CENTER<br />

BUS Business<br />

BUS-102 Introduction to Business 3<br />

CDTA1 0161493 5/23 8/12 Pettibone<br />

KTS-1 MW 10:00am 11:50am TIPT KTS-1<br />

BUS-178 How to Deliver Winning Presentations 1<br />

CDTS3 0162476 7/7 7/8 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm TIPT KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm TIPT KTS-3<br />

CHM Chemistry<br />

CHM-110 Introduction to Chemistry 3<br />

CDTP3 0161183 5/23 8/12 Bonine<br />

KTS-3 MW 4:00pm 5:50pm TIPT KTS-3<br />

CLS Cultural Studies<br />

CLS-151 UC: Latin America 3<br />

H CDTA3 0161104 7/5 8/13 yost<br />

KTS-3 MTW 10:00am 11:50am TIPT KTS-3<br />

CRJ Criminal Justice<br />

CRJ-200 Criminology u 3<br />

CDTA3 0161084 5/23 6/30 Penrod<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am TIPT KTS-3<br />

CSC Computer Science<br />

CSC-110 Intro to Computers 3<br />

CDTA1 0161502 5/23 8/12 Hildenbrand<br />

KTS-1 TTh 7:30am 9:50am TIPT KTS-1<br />

CDTZ2 0161466 5/23 8/12 Hildenbrand<br />

KTS-2 TTh 6:00pm 8:50pm TIPT KTS-2<br />

DRA Film and Theatre<br />

DRA-116 Film Analysis 3<br />

CDTZ3 0161618 5/23 7/27 Brown<br />

KTS-3 MW 6:00pm 8:30pm TIPT KTS-3<br />

ECN Economics<br />

ECN-120 Principles of Macroeconomics 3<br />

CDTAA 0161628 6/6 7/15 Roose<br />

KTS-3 T 6:00pm 9:50pm TIPT KTS-3<br />

register online > eaglenet.kirkwood.edu <strong>Summer</strong> & <strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Community</strong> College 41<br />

COUNTy CENTERS<br />

Cedar


CEDAR COUNTy CENTER . summer <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

42<br />

ECN-130 Principles of Microeconomics 3<br />

H CDTP4 0160813 6/6 7/28 Roose<br />

ICN MTTh 12:00pm 1:50pm TIPT ICN<br />

CDTAA 0161638 7/18 8/19 Roose<br />

KTS-3 T 6:00pm 9:50pm TIPT KTS-3<br />

ENG English Composition<br />

ENG-101 Elements of Writing 3<br />

CDTP2 0161417 5/23 8/12 O’Brien<br />

KTS-2 TTh 12:00pm 1:50pm TIPT KTS-2<br />

ENG-105 Composition I u 3<br />

H CDTP1 0161523 5/23 6/30 Brown<br />

KTS-1 MTW 12:00pm 1:50pm TIPT KTS-1<br />

ENG-106 Composition II u 3<br />

H CDTP1 0161514 7/5 8/12 Brown<br />

KTS-1 MTW 12:00pm 1:50pm TIPT KTS-1<br />

HIS History<br />

HIS-151 U.S. History to 1877 3<br />

CDTP4 0160699 6/6 7/28 Brendlinger<br />

ICN MTTh 4:00pm 5:50pm TIPT ICN<br />

HSC Health Sciences<br />

HSC-107 Professionals in Health 2<br />

CDTP1 0161578 5/23 8/12 Meyer<br />

KTS-1 TTh 4:40pm 5:50pm TIPT KTS-1<br />

HSC-115 Medical Terminology 4<br />

CDTP1 0161569 5/23 8/12<br />

KTS-1 TTh 2:00pm 4:30pm TIPT KTS-1<br />

HSC-210 Health Skills I 1<br />

CDTA1 0161598 5/23 7/1<br />

LAB W 4:00pm 6:30pm LINN 239<br />

KTS-1 F 9:00am 10:30am TIPT KTS-1<br />

CDTA1 0164340 7/5 8/12<br />

LAB W 4:00pm 6:30pm LINN 239<br />

KTS-1 F 9:00am 10:30am TIPT KTS-1<br />

HUM Humanities<br />

HUM-105 Working in America 3<br />

CDTP3 0164195 7/5 8/12 Drey<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm TIPT KTS-3<br />

MAT Mathematics<br />

MAT-062 Elementary Algebra 3<br />

CDTP1 0161532 5/23 8/12 Baenziger<br />

KTS-1 MW 2:00pm 3:50pm TIPT KTS-1<br />

CDTA1 0161542 5/23 8/12 Cahalan<br />

KTS-1 TTh 10:00am 11:50am TIPT KTS-1<br />

MAT-102 Intermediate Algebra u 4<br />

CDTA3 0161094 5/23 8/12 Carrico<br />

KTS-3 TTh 7:30am 9:50am TIPT KTS-3<br />

MAT-115 Mathematics and Society u 3<br />

H CDTP4 0160753 6/6 7/28 Roose<br />

ICN MTTh 2:00pm 3:50pm TIPT ICN<br />

MAT-140 Finite Math u 3<br />

H CDTA4 0160841 6/6 7/28 Roose<br />

ICN MTTh 10:00am 11:50am TIPT ICN<br />

MAT-731 Introduction to Math 2<br />

CDTP1 0161551 5/23 7/15 Baenziger<br />

KTS-1 MW 4:00pm 5:50pm TIPT KTS-1<br />

MGT Management<br />

MGT-101 Principles of Management 3<br />

CDTA4 0160691 5/23 6/30 Lifto<br />

ICN MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am TIPT ICN<br />

MGT-130 Principles of Supervision 3<br />

CDTP2 0161448 5/23 8/12 Whitson<br />

KTS-2 MW 4:00pm 5:50pm TIPT KTS-2<br />

MGT-135 Performance Appraisal for Managers 1<br />

CDTS3 0161678 6/23 6/24 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm TIPT KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm TIPT KTS-3<br />

MGT-137 Developing Leadership Skills 1<br />

CDTS3 0161668 6/16 6/17 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm TIPT KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm TIPT KTS-3<br />

MGT-139 Effective Team Bldg/Managers 1<br />

CDTS3 0161658 6/9 6/10 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm TIPT KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm TIPT KTS-3<br />

MGT-140 Time Mgmt in the Workplace 1<br />

CDTS3 0161648 6/2 6/3 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm TIPT KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm TIPT KTS-3<br />

MGT-145 Human Relations in Management 3<br />

CDTP2 0161426 5/23 8/12 Whitson<br />

KTS-2 MW 2:00pm 3:50pm TIPT KTS-2<br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Community</strong> College . <strong>Summer</strong> & <strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> discover <strong>Kirkwood</strong> > www.kirkwood.edu


MUS Music - General<br />

MUS-100 Music Appreciation 3<br />

CDTP2 0161439 5/23 8/12 Shoemaker<br />

KTS-2 TTh 2:00pm 3:50pm TIPT KTS-2<br />

PHI Philosophy<br />

PHI-111 Basic Reasoning 3<br />

CDTZ2 0161475 5/23 7/28 Lemos<br />

KTS-2 MW 6:00pm 8:30pm TIPT KTS-2<br />

POL Political Science<br />

POL-121 International Relations 3<br />

CDTA3 0161118 5/23 6/30 Owen<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm TIPT KTS-3<br />

PSY Psychology<br />

PSY-111 Intro to Psychology 3<br />

CDTP3 0161130 5/23 6/30<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 2:00pm 3:50pm TIPT KTS-3<br />

CDTA2 0161346 7/5 8/12 Flugstad<br />

KTS-2 MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am TIPT KTS-2<br />

REL Religion<br />

REL-140 Religion in the United States 3<br />

CDTP2 0161457 5/23 8/12 Moeller<br />

KTS-2 TTh 4:00pm 5:50pm TIPT KTS-2<br />

SDV Student Development<br />

SDV-178 Stress Management 1<br />

CDTS3 0161688 7/14 7/22 Rosene<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm TIPT KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm TIPT KTS-3<br />

SOC Sociology<br />

SOC-110 Introduction to Sociology 3<br />

CDTP3 0161141 7/5 8/12 Flugstad<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 2:00pm 3:50pm TIPT KTS-3<br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong> . summer <strong>2011</strong> . CEDAR COUNTy CENTER<br />

SPC Speech<br />

SPC-101 Fund of Oral Communication 3<br />

• 3-4 trips to main campus required.<br />

H CDTZ1 0161560 5/23 6/29 McWorthy<br />

KTS-1 MW 6:00pm 8:50pm TIPT KTS-1<br />

CDTA3 0161074 5/23 8/12 DeMaria<br />

KTS-3 MW 8:00am 9:50am TIPT KTS-3<br />

u Prerequisite required; see course description for details.<br />

H Hybrid class; has one-third online content.<br />

< Service Learning credit applies.<br />

Accelerated Learning class; call 319.398.1050 to register.<br />

R Reserved or restricted registration; details on EagleNet.<br />

Linked to another class section as noted.<br />

register online > eaglenet.kirkwood.edu <strong>Summer</strong> & <strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Community</strong> College 43<br />

COUNTy CENTERS<br />

Cedar


IOWA COUNTy CENTER . summer <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

44<br />

SUMMER <strong>2011</strong><br />

Iowa County<br />

200 West Street, Williamsburg, IA 52361 | 319-668-2461<br />

www.kirkwood.edu/williamsburg<br />

ACC Accounting<br />

ACC-111 Introduction to Accounting 3<br />

IATA1 0161485 5/23 8/12 Pettibone<br />

KTS-1 MW 8:00am 9:50am WILL KTS-1<br />

ANT Anthropology<br />

ANT-105 Cultural Anthropology 3<br />

IATP3 0161162 5/23 8/12 Goings<br />

KTS-3 TTh 4:00pm 5:50pm WILL KTS-3<br />

ART Art<br />

ART-101 Art Appreciation 3<br />

IATP2 0161405 5/23 8/12 Lawrence<br />

KTS-2 MW 12:00pm 1:50pm WILL KTS-2<br />

BCA Business Computer Applications<br />

BCA-189 Microcomputer Literacy 1<br />

IATZ1 0161589 5/23 7/28 Cahalan<br />

KTS-1 Th 6:00pm 8:50pm WILL KTS-1<br />

BIO Biology<br />

BIO-110 Basic Biological Concepts 3<br />

H IATA2 0161261 5/23 7/14 Patterson<br />

KTS-2 TTh 7:30am 9:50am WILL KTS-2<br />

BIO-151 Nutrition 3<br />

H IATA2 0163931 5/23 7/1 Patterson<br />

KTS-2 TWTh 10:00am 11:50am WILL KTS-2<br />

BIO-154 Human Biology 3<br />

IATA2 0161173 5/23 8/12 Bonine<br />

KTS-2 MW 8:00am 9:50am WILL KTS-2<br />

BUS Business<br />

BUS-102 Introduction to Business 3<br />

IATA1 0161494 5/23 8/12 Pettibone<br />

LEC MW 10:00am 11:50am WILL KTS-1<br />

KTS-1 MW 10:00am 11:50am WILL KTS-1<br />

BUS-178 How to Deliver Winning Presentations 1<br />

IATS3 0162477 7/7 7/8 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm WILL KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm WILL KTS-3<br />

CHM Chemistry<br />

CHM-110 Introduction to Chemistry 3<br />

IATP3 0161184 5/23 8/12 Bonine<br />

KTS-3 MW 4:00pm 5:50pm WILL KTS-3<br />

CLS Cultural Studies<br />

CLS-151 UC: Latin America 3<br />

H IATA3 0161106 7/5 8/12 yost<br />

KTS-3 MTW 10:00am 11:50am WILL KTS-3<br />

CRJ Criminal Justice<br />

CRJ-200 Criminology u 3<br />

IATA3 0161085 5/23 6/30 Penrod<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am WILL KTS-3<br />

CSC Computer Science<br />

CSC-110 Intro to Computers 3<br />

IATA1 0161503 5/23 8/12 Hildenbrand<br />

KTS-1 TTh 7:30am 9:50am WILL KTS-1<br />

IATZ2 0161467 5/23 8/12 Hildenbrand<br />

KTS-2 TTh 6:00pm 8:50pm WILL KTS-2<br />

DRA Film and Theatre<br />

DRA-116 Film Analysis 3<br />

IATZ3 0161619 5/23 7/27 Brown<br />

KTS-3 MW 6:00pm 8:30pm WILL KTS-3<br />

ECN Economics<br />

ECN-120 Principles of Macroeconomics 3<br />

IATAA 0161629 6/6 7/15 Roose<br />

KTS-3 T 6:00pm 9:50pm WILL KTS-3<br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Community</strong> College . <strong>Summer</strong> & <strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> discover <strong>Kirkwood</strong> > www.kirkwood.edu


ECN-130 Principles of Microeconomics 3<br />

H IATP4 0160814 6/6 7/28 Roose<br />

ICN MTTh 12:00pm 1:50pm WILL ICN<br />

IATAA 0161639 7/18 8/19 Roose<br />

KTS-3 T 6:00pm 9:50pm WILL KTS-3<br />

ENG English Composition<br />

ENG-070 Personal Achievement Writing 1<br />

IAFPW 0164349 5/23 8/12 Olson<br />

ENG-075 Personal Achievement Reading 1<br />

IAFPW 0145072 5/23 8/12 Olson<br />

ENG-101 Elements of Writing 3<br />

IATP2 0161418 5/23 8/12 O’Brien<br />

KTS-2 TTh 12:00pm 1:50pm WILL KTS-2<br />

ENG-105 Composition I u 3<br />

H IATP1 0161524 5/23 6/30 Brown<br />

KTS-1 MTW 12:00pm 1:50pm WILL KTS-1<br />

ENG-106 Composition II u 3<br />

H IATP1 0161515 7/5 8/12 Brown<br />

KTS-1 MTW 12:00pm 1:50pm WILL KTS-1<br />

HIS History<br />

HIS-151 U.S. History to 1877 3<br />

IATP4 0160700 6/6 7/28 Brendlinger<br />

ICN MTTh 4:00pm 5:50pm WILL ICN<br />

HSC Health Sciences<br />

HSC-107 Professionals in Health 2<br />

IATP1 0161579 5/23 8/12 Meyer<br />

KTS-1 TTh 4:40pm 5:50pm WILL KTS-1<br />

HSC-115 Medical Terminology 4<br />

IATP1 0161570 5/23 8/12<br />

KTS-1 TTh 2:00pm 4:30pm WILL KTS-1<br />

HSC-210 Health Skills I 1<br />

IATA1 0161599 5/23 7/1<br />

LAB W 4:00pm 6:30pm LINN 239<br />

KTS-1 F 9:00am 10:30am WILL KTS-1<br />

IATA1 0164342 7/5 8/12<br />

LAB W 4:00pm 6:30pm LINN 239<br />

KTS-1 F 9:00am 10:30am WILL KTS-1<br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong> . summer <strong>2011</strong> . IOWA COUNTy CENTER<br />

HUM Humanities<br />

HUM-105 Working in America 3<br />

IATP3 0164196 7/5 8/12 Drey<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm WILL KTS-3<br />

MAT Mathematics<br />

MAT-062 Elementary Algebra 3<br />

IATP1 0161533 5/23 8/12 Baenziger<br />

KTS-1 MW 2:00pm 3:50pm WILL KTS-1<br />

IATA1 0161543 5/23 8/12 Cahalan<br />

KTS-1 TTh 10:00am 11:50am WILL KTS-1<br />

MAT-095 Personal Achievement Math 1<br />

IAFPM 0164350 5/23 8/12 Olson<br />

MAT-102 Intermediate Algebra u 4<br />

IATA3 0161095 5/23 8/12 Carrico<br />

KTS-3 TTh 7:30am 9:50am WILL KTS-3<br />

MAT-115 Mathematics and Society u 3<br />

H IATP4 0160754 6/6 7/28 Roose<br />

ICN MTTh 2:00pm 3:50pm WILL ICN<br />

MAT-140 Finite Math u 3<br />

H IATA4 0160842 6/6 7/28 Roose<br />

ICN MTTh 10:00am 11:50am WILL ICN<br />

MAT-731 Introduction to Math 2<br />

IATP1 0161552 5/23 7/15 Baenziger<br />

KTS-1 MW 4:00pm 5:50pm WILL KTS-1<br />

MGT Management<br />

MGT-101 Principles of Management 3<br />

IATA4 0160692 5/23 6/30 Lifto<br />

ICN MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am WILL ICN<br />

MGT-130 Principles of Supervision 3<br />

IATP2 0161449 5/23 8/12 Whitson<br />

KTS-2 MW 4:00pm 5:50pm WILL KTS-2<br />

MGT-135 Performance Appraisal for Managers 1<br />

IATS3 0161679 6/23 6/24 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm WILL KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm WILL KTS-3<br />

MGT-137 Developing Leadership Skills 1<br />

IATS3 0161669 6/16 6/17 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm WILL KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm WILL KTS-3<br />

MGT-139 Effective Team Bldg/Managers 1<br />

IATS3 0161659 6/9 6/10 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm WILL KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm WILL KTS-3<br />

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IOWA COUNTy CENTER . summer <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

46<br />

MGT-140 Time Mgmt in the Workplace 1<br />

IATS3 0161649 6/2 6/3 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm WILL KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm WILL KTS-3<br />

MGT-145 Human Relations in Management 3<br />

IATP2 0161427 5/23 8/12 Whitson<br />

KTS-2 MW 2:00pm 3:50pm WILL KTS-2<br />

MUS Music - General<br />

MUS-100 Music Appreciation 3<br />

IATP2 0161440 5/23 8/12 Shoemaker<br />

KTS-2 TTh 2:00pm 3:50pm WILL KTS-2<br />

PHI Philosophy<br />

PHI-111 Basic Reasoning 3<br />

IATZ2 0161476 5/23 7/28 Lemos<br />

KTS-2 MW 6:00pm 8:30pm WILL KTS-2<br />

POL Political Science<br />

POL-121 International Relations 3<br />

IATA3 0161119 5/23 6/30 Owen<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm WILL KTS-3<br />

PSY Psychology<br />

PSY-111 Intro to Psychology 3<br />

IATP3 0161131 5/23 6/30<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 2:00pm 3:50pm WILL KTS-3<br />

IATA2 0161347 7/5 8/12 Flugstad<br />

KTS-2 MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am WILL KTS-2<br />

REL Religion<br />

REL-140 Religion in the United States 3<br />

IATP2 0161458 5/23 8/12 Moeller<br />

KTS-2 TTh 4:00pm 5:50pm WILL KTS-2<br />

SDV Student Development<br />

SDV-178 Stress Management 1<br />

IATS3 0161689 7/14 7/22 Rosene<br />

LEC Th 6:00pm 9:00pm WILL KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm WILL KTS-3<br />

SOC Sociology<br />

SOC-110 Introduction to Sociology 3<br />

IATP3 0161142 7/5 8/12 Flugstad<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 2:00pm 3:50pm WILL KTS-3<br />

SPC Speech<br />

SPC-101 Fund of Oral Communication 3<br />

H IATZ1 0161561 5/23 6/29 McWorthy<br />

KTS-1 MW 6:00pm 8:50pm WILL KTS-1<br />

• 3-4 trips to main campus required.<br />

IATA3 0161075 5/23 8/12 DeMaria<br />

KTS-3 MW 8:00am 9:50am WILL KTS-3<br />

• 3-4 trips to main campus required.<br />

u Prerequisite required; see course description for details.<br />

H Hybrid class; has one-third online content.<br />

< Service Learning credit applies.<br />

Accelerated Learning class; call 319.398.1050 to register.<br />

R Reserved or restricted registration; details on EagleNet.<br />

Linked to another class section as noted.<br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Community</strong> College . <strong>Summer</strong> & <strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> discover <strong>Kirkwood</strong> > www.kirkwood.edu


SUMMER <strong>2011</strong><br />

Jones Regional<br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong> . summer <strong>2011</strong> . JONES REGIONAL EDUCATION CENTER<br />

220 Welter Drive, Monticello, IA 52310 | 319-465-2302<br />

www.kirkwood.edu/jrec<br />

ACC Accounting<br />

ACC-111 Introduction to Accounting 3<br />

JNTA1 0161486 5/23 8/12 Pettibone<br />

KTS-1 MW 8:00am 9:50am JREC KTS-1<br />

ANT Anthropology<br />

ANT-105 Cultural Anthropology 3<br />

JNTP3 0161164 5/23 8/12 Goings<br />

KTS-3 TTh 4:00pm 5:50pm JREC KTS-3<br />

ART Art<br />

ART-101 Art Appreciation 3<br />

JNTP2 0161406 5/23 8/12 Lawrence<br />

KTS-2 MW 12:00pm 1:50pm JREC KTS-2<br />

BCA Business Computer Applications<br />

BCA-189 Microcomputer Literacy 1<br />

JNTZ1 0161590 5/23 7/28 Cahalan<br />

KTS-1 Th 6:00pm 8:50pm JREC KTS-1<br />

BIO Biology<br />

BIO-110 Basic Biological Concepts 3<br />

H JNTA2 0161265 5/23 7/14 Patterson<br />

KTS-2 TTh 7:30am 9:50am JREC KTS-2<br />

BIO-151 Nutrition 3<br />

H JNTA2 0163932 5/23 7/1 Patterson<br />

KTS-2 TWTh 10:00am 11:50am JREC KTS-2<br />

BIO-154 Human Biology 3<br />

JNTA2 0161175 5/23 8/12 Bonine<br />

KTS-2 MW 8:00am 9:50am JREC KTS-2<br />

BUS Business<br />

BUS-102 Introduction to Business 3<br />

JNTA1 0161495 5/23 8/12 Pettibone<br />

KTS-1 MW 10:00am 11:50am JREC KTS-1<br />

BUS-178 How to Deliver Winning Presentations 1<br />

JNTS3 0162479 7/7 7/8 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm JREC KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm JREC KTS-3<br />

CHM Chemistry<br />

CHM-110 Introduction to Chemistry 3<br />

JNTP3 0161185 5/23 8/12 Bonine<br />

KTS-3 MW 4:00pm 5:50pm JREC KTS-3<br />

CLS Cultural Studies<br />

CLS-151 UC: Latin America 3<br />

H JNTA3 0161108 7/5 8/12 yost<br />

KTS-3 MTW 10:00am 11:50am JREC KTS-3<br />

CRJ Criminal Justice<br />

CRJ-200 Criminology u 3<br />

JNTA3 0161087 5/23 6/30 Penrod<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am JREC KTS-3<br />

CSC Computer Science<br />

CSC-110 Intro to Computers 3<br />

JNTA1 0161504 5/23 8/12 Hildenbrand<br />

KTS-1 TTh 7:30am 9:50am JREC KTS-1<br />

JNTZ2 0161468 5/23 8/12 Hildenbrand<br />

KTS-2 TTh 6:00pm 8:50pm JREC KTS-2<br />

DRA Film and Theatre<br />

DRA-116 Film Analysis 3<br />

JNTZ3 0161621 5/23 7/27 Brown<br />

KTS-3 MW 6:00pm 8:30pm JREC KTS-3<br />

ECN Economics<br />

ECN-120 Principles of Macroeconomics 3<br />

JNTAA 0161631 6/6 7/15 Roose<br />

KTS-3 T 6:00pm 9:50pm JREC KTS-3<br />

ECN-130 Principles of Microeconomics 3<br />

H JNTP4 0160815 6/6 7/28 Roose<br />

ICN MTTh 12:00pm 1:50pm JREC ICN<br />

register online > eaglenet.kirkwood.edu <strong>Summer</strong> & <strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Community</strong> College 47<br />

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Jones Regional


JONES REGIONAL EDUCATION CENTER . summer <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

48<br />

JNTAA 0161641 7/18 8/19 Roose<br />

KTS-3 T 6:00pm 9:50pm JREC KTS-3<br />

ENG English Composition<br />

ENG-070 Personal Achievement Writing 1<br />

JNF11 0163936 5/23 7/20 Porter<br />

LAB MTW JREC 203<br />

ENG-101 Elements of Writing 3<br />

JNTP2 0161419 5/23 8/12 O’Brien<br />

KTS-2 TTh 12:00pm 1:50pm JREC KTS-2<br />

ENG-105 Composition I u 3<br />

H JNTP1 0161525 5/23 6/30 Brown<br />

KTS-1 MTW 12:00pm 1:50pm JREC KTS-1<br />

ENG-106 Composition II u 3<br />

H JNTP1 0161516 7/5 8/12 Brown<br />

KTS-1 MTW 12:00pm 1:50pm JREC KTS-1<br />

HIS History<br />

HIS-151 U.S. History to 1877 3<br />

JNTP4 0160702 6/6 7/28 Brendlinger<br />

ICN MTTh 4:00pm 5:50pm JREC ICN<br />

HSC Health Sciences<br />

HSC-107 Professionals in Health 2<br />

JNTP1 0161580 5/23 8/12 Meyer<br />

KTS-1 TTh 4:40pm 5:50pm JREC KTS-1<br />

HSC-115 Medical Terminology 4<br />

JNTP1 0161571 5/23 8/12<br />

KTS-1 TTh 2:00pm 4:30pm JREC KTS-1<br />

HSC-172 Nurse Aide 3<br />

CRF07 0159847 6/7 7/21 Walton<br />

LEC TTh 8:00am 1:00pm JREC 137<br />

CLI TTh 7:00am 12:00pm MNRC CLASSRM<br />

HSC-210 Health Skills I 1<br />

JNTA1 0161600 5/23 7/1<br />

LAB W 4:00pm 6:30pm LINN 239<br />

KTS-1 F 9:00am 10:30am JREC KTS-1<br />

JNTA1 0164343 7/5 8/12<br />

LAB W 4:00pm 6:30pm LINN 239<br />

KTS-1 F 9:00am 10:30am JREC KTS-1<br />

HUM Humanities<br />

HUM-105 Working in America 3<br />

JNTP3 0164198 7/5 8/12 Drey<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm JREC KTS-3<br />

MAT Mathematics<br />

MAT-062 Elementary Algebra 3<br />

JNTP1 0161534 5/23 8/12 Baenziger<br />

KTS-1 MW 2:00pm 3:50pm JREC KTS-1<br />

JNTA1 0161544 5/23 8/12 Cahalan<br />

KTS-1 TTh 10:00am 11:50am JREC KTS-1<br />

MAT-095 Personal Achievement Math 1<br />

JNF11 0163925 5/23 7/20 Porter<br />

LAB MTW JREC 203<br />

MAT-102 Intermediate Algebra u 4<br />

JNTA3 0161097 5/23 8/12 Carrico<br />

KTS-3 TTh 7:30am 9:50am JREC KTS-3<br />

MAT-115 Mathematics and Society u 3<br />

H JNTP4 0160756 6/6 7/28 Roose<br />

ICN MTTh 2:00pm 3:50pm JREC ICN<br />

MAT-140 Finite Math u 3<br />

H JNTA4 0160844 6/6 7/28 Roose<br />

ICN MTTh 10:00am 11:50am JREC ICN<br />

MAT-731 Introduction to Math 2<br />

JNTP1 0161553 5/23 7/15 Baenziger<br />

KTS-1 MW 4:00pm 5:50pm JREC KTS-1<br />

MGT Management<br />

MGT-101 Principles of Management 3<br />

JNTA4 0160693 5/23 6/30 Lifto<br />

ICN MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am JREC ICN<br />

MGT-130 Principles of Supervision 3<br />

JNTP2 0161450 5/23 8/12 Whitson<br />

KTS-2 MW 4:00pm 5:50pm JREC KTS-2<br />

MGT-135 Performance Appraisal for Managers 1<br />

JNTS3 0161681 6/23 6/24 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm JREC KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm JREC KTS-3<br />

MGT-137 Developing Leadership Skills 1<br />

JNTS3 0161671 6/16 6/17 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm JREC KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm JREC KTS-3<br />

MGT-139 Effective Team Bldg/Managers 1<br />

JNTS3 0161661 6/9 6/10 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm JREC KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm JREC KTS-3<br />

MGT-140 Time Mgmt in the Workplace 1<br />

JNTS3 0161651 6/2 6/3 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm JREC KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm JREC KTS-3<br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Community</strong> College . <strong>Summer</strong> & <strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> discover <strong>Kirkwood</strong> > www.kirkwood.edu


<strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong> . summer <strong>2011</strong> . JONES REGIONAL EDUCATION CENTER<br />

MGT-145 Human Relations in Management 3<br />

JNTP2 0161428 5/23 8/12 Whitson<br />

KTS-2 MW 2:00pm 3:50pm JREC KTS-2<br />

MUS Music - General<br />

MUS-100 Music Appreciation 3<br />

JNTP2 0161441 5/23 8/12 Shoemaker<br />

KTS-2 TTh 2:00pm 3:50pm JREC KTS-2<br />

PHI Philosophy<br />

PHI-111 Basic Reasoning 3<br />

JNTZ2 0161477 5/23 7/28 Lemos<br />

KTS-2 MW 6:00pm 8:30pm JREC KTS-2<br />

POL Political Science<br />

POL-121 International Relations 3<br />

JNTA3 0161121 5/23 6/30 Owen<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm JREC KTS-3<br />

PSY Psychology<br />

PSY-111 Intro to Psychology 3<br />

JNTP3 0161133 5/23 6/30<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 2:00pm 3:50pm JREC KTS-3<br />

JNTA2 0161348 7/5 8/12 Flugstad<br />

KTS-2 MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am JREC KTS-2<br />

REL Religion<br />

REL-140 Religion in the United States 3<br />

JNTP2 0161459 5/23 8/12 Moeller<br />

KTS-2 TTh 4:00pm 5:50pm JREC KTS-2<br />

SDV Student Development<br />

SDV-178 Stress Management 1<br />

JNTS3 0161691 7/14 7/22 Rosene<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm JREC KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm JREC KTS-3<br />

SOC Sociology<br />

SOC-110 Introduction to Sociology 3<br />

JNTP3 0161144 7/5 8/12 Flugstad<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 2:00pm 3:50pm JREC KTS-3<br />

SPC Speech<br />

SPC-101 Fund of Oral Communication 3<br />

• 3-4 trips to main campus required.<br />

H JNTZ1 0161562 5/23 6/29 McWorthy<br />

KTS-1 MW 6:00pm 8:50pm JREC KTS-1<br />

JNTA3 0161077 5/23 8/12 DeMaria<br />

KTS-3 MW 8:00am 9:50am JREC KTS-3<br />

u Prerequisite required; see course description for details.<br />

H Hybrid class; has one-third online content.<br />

< Service Learning credit applies.<br />

Accelerated Learning class; call 319.398.1050 to register.<br />

R Reserved or restricted registration; details on EagleNet.<br />

Linked to another class section as noted.<br />

register online > eaglenet.kirkwood.edu <strong>Summer</strong> & <strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Community</strong> College 49<br />

COUNTy CENTERS<br />

Jones Regional


TIPPIE-MANSFIELD CENTER . summer <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

50<br />

SUMMER <strong>2011</strong><br />

Tippie-Mansfield<br />

1214 Ninth Avenue, Belle Plaine, IA 52208 | 319-444-2549<br />

www.kirkwood.edu/belleplaine<br />

ACC Accounting<br />

ACC-111 Introduction to Accounting 3<br />

BPTA1 0161483 5/23 8/12 Pettibone<br />

KTS-1 MW 8:00am 9:50am BELL KTS-1<br />

ANT Anthropology<br />

ANT-105 Cultural Anthropology 3<br />

BPTP3 0161160 5/23 8/12 Goings<br />

KTS-3 TTh 4:00pm 5:50pm BELL KTS-3<br />

ART Art<br />

ART-101 Art Appreciation 3<br />

BPTP2 0161403 5/23 8/12 Lawrence<br />

KTS-2 MW 12:00pm 1:50pm BELL KTS-2<br />

BCA Business Computer Applications<br />

BCA-189 Microcomputer Literacy 1<br />

BPTZ1 0161587 5/23 7/28 Cahalan<br />

KTS-1 Th 6:00pm 8:50pm BELL KTS-1<br />

BIO Biology<br />

BIO-110 Basic Biological Concepts 3<br />

H BPTA2 0161241 5/23 7/14 Patterson<br />

KTS-2 TTh 7:30am 9:50am BELL KTS-2<br />

BIO-151 Nutrition 3<br />

H BPTA2 0163929 5/23 7/1 Patterson<br />

KTS-2 TWTh 10:00am 11:50am BELL KTS-2<br />

BIO-154 Human Biology 3<br />

BPTA2 0161171 5/23 8/12 Bonine<br />

KTS-2 MW 8:00am 9:50am BELL KTS-2<br />

BUS Business<br />

BUS-102 Introduction to Business 3<br />

BPTA1 0161492 5/23 8/12 Pettibone<br />

KTS-1 MW 10:00am 11:50am BELL KTS-1<br />

BUS-178 How to Deliver Winning Presentations 1<br />

BPTS3 0162475 7/7 7/8 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm BELL KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm BELL KTS-3<br />

CHM Chemistry<br />

CHM-110 Introduction to Chemistry 3<br />

BPTP3 0161182 5/23 8/12 Bonine<br />

KTS-3 MW 4:00pm 5:50pm BELL KTS-3<br />

CLS Cultural Studies<br />

CLS-151 UC: Latin America 3<br />

H BPTA3 0161103 7/5 8/12 yost<br />

KTS-3 MTW 10:00am 11:50am BELL KTS-3<br />

CRJ Criminal Justice<br />

CRJ-200 Criminology u 3<br />

BPTA3 0161083 5/23 6/30 Penrod<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am BELL KTS-3<br />

CSC Computer Science<br />

CSC-110 Intro to Computers 3<br />

BPTA1 0161501 5/23 8/12 Hildenbrand<br />

KTS-3 TTh 7:30am 9:50am BELL KTS-1<br />

BPTZ2 0161465 5/23 8/12 Hildenbrand<br />

KTS-2 TTh 6:00pm 8:50pm BELL KTS-2<br />

DRA Film and Theatre<br />

DRA-116 Film Analysis 3<br />

BPTZ3 0161617 5/23 7/27 Brown<br />

KTS-3 MW 6:00pm 8:30pm BELL KTS-3<br />

ECN Economics<br />

ECN-120 Principles of Macroeconomics 3<br />

BPTAA 0161627 6/6 7/15 Roose<br />

KTS-3 T 6:00pm 9:50pm BELL KTS-3<br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Community</strong> College . <strong>Summer</strong> & <strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> discover <strong>Kirkwood</strong> > www.kirkwood.edu


ECN-130 Principles of Microeconomics 3<br />

H BPTP4 0160812 6/6 7/28 Roose<br />

ICN MTTh 12:00pm 1:50pm BELL ICN<br />

BPTAA 0161637 7/18 8/19 Roose<br />

KTS-3 T 6:00pm 9:50pm BELL KTS-3<br />

ENG English Composition<br />

ENG-070 Personal Achievement Writing 1<br />

BPFPW 0144955 5/23 8/12 Olson<br />

ENG-075 Personal Achievement Reading 1<br />

BPFPR 0144956 5/23 8/12 Olson<br />

ENG-101 Elements of Writing 3<br />

BPTP2 0161416 5/23 8/12 O’Brien<br />

KTS-2 TTh 12:00pm 1:50pm BELL KTS-2<br />

ENG-105 Composition I u 3<br />

H BPTP1 0161522 5/23 6/30 Brown<br />

KTS-1 MTW 12:00pm 1:50pm BELL KTS-1<br />

ENG-106 Composition II u 3<br />

H BPTP1 0161513 7/5 8/12 Brown<br />

KTS-1 MTW 12:00pm 1:50pm BELL KTS-1<br />

HIS History<br />

HIS-151 U.S. History to 1877 3<br />

BPTP4 0160698 6/6 7/28 Brendlinger<br />

ICN MTTh 4:00pm 5:50pm BELL ICN<br />

HSC Health Sciences<br />

HSC-107 Professionals in Health 2<br />

BPTP1 0161577 5/23 8/12 Meyer<br />

KTS-1 TTh 4:40pm 5:50pm BELL KTS-1<br />

HSC-115 Medical Terminology 4<br />

BPTP1 0161568 5/23 8/12<br />

KTS-1 TTh 2:00pm 4:30pm BELL KTS-1<br />

HSC-210 Health Skills I 1<br />

BPTA1 0161597 5/23 7/1<br />

LAB W 4:00pm 6:30pm LINN 239<br />

KTS-1 F 9:00am 10:30am BELL KTS-1<br />

BPTA1 0164339 7/5 8/12<br />

LAB W 4:00pm 6:30pm LINN 239<br />

KTS-1 F 9:00am 10:30am BELL KTS-1<br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong> . summer <strong>2011</strong> . TIPPIE-MANSFIELD CENTER<br />

HUM Humanities<br />

HUM-105 Working in America 3<br />

BPTP3 0164194 7/5 8/12 Drey<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm BELL KTS-3<br />

MAT Mathematics<br />

MAT-062 Elementary Algebra 3<br />

BPTP1 0161531 5/23 8/12 Baenziger<br />

KTS-1 MW 2:00pm 3:50pm BELL KTS-1<br />

BPTA1 0161541 5/23 8/12 Cahalan<br />

KTS-1 TTh 10:00am 11:50am BELL KTS-1<br />

MAT-095 Personal Achievement Math 1<br />

BPFPM 0144958 5/23 8/12 Olson<br />

MAT-102 Intermediate Algebra u 4<br />

BPTA3 0161093 5/23 8/12 Carrico<br />

KTS-3 TTh 7:30am 9:50am BELL KTS-3<br />

MAT-115 Mathematics and Society u 3<br />

H BPTP4 0160752 6/6 7/28 Roose<br />

ICN MTTh 2:00pm 3:50pm BELL ICN<br />

MAT-140 Finite Math u 3<br />

H BPTA4 0160840 6/6 7/28 Roose<br />

ICN MTTh 10:00am 11:50am BELL ICN<br />

MAT-731 Introduction to Math 2<br />

BPTP1 0161550 5/23 7/15 Baenziger<br />

KTS-1 MW 4:00pm 5:50pm BELL KTS-1<br />

MGT Management<br />

MGT-101 Principles of Management 3<br />

BPTA4 0160690 5/23 6/30 Lifto<br />

ICN MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am BELL ICN<br />

MGT-130 Principles of Supervision 3<br />

BPTP2 0161447 5/23 8/12 Whitson<br />

KTS-2 MW 4:00pm 5:50pm BELL KTS-2<br />

MGT-135 Performance Appraisal for Managers 1<br />

BPTS3 0161677 6/23 6/24 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm BELL KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm BELL KTS-3<br />

MGT-137 Developing Leadership Skills 1<br />

BPTS3 0161667 6/16 6/17 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm BELL KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm BELL KTS-3<br />

MGT-139 Effective Team Bldg/Managers 1<br />

BPTS3 0161657 6/9 6/10 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm BELL KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm BELL KTS-3<br />

register online > eaglenet.kirkwood.edu <strong>Summer</strong> & <strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Community</strong> College 51<br />

COUNTy CENTERS<br />

Tippie-Mansfield


TIPPIE-MANSFIELD CENTER . summer <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

52<br />

MGT-140 Time Mgmt in the Workplace 1<br />

BPTS3 0161647 6/2 6/3 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm BELL KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm BELL KTS-3<br />

MGT-145 Human Relations in Management 3<br />

BPTP2 0161425 5/23 8/12 Whitson<br />

KTS-2 MW 2:00pm 3:50pm BELL KTS-2<br />

MUS Music - General<br />

MUS-100 Music Appreciation 3<br />

BPTP2 0161438 5/23 8/12 Shoemaker<br />

KTS-2 TTh 2:00pm 3:50pm BELL KTS-2<br />

PHI Philosophy<br />

PHI-111 Basic Reasoning 3<br />

BPTZ2 0161474 5/23 7/28 Lemos<br />

KTS-2 MW 6:00pm 8:30pm BELL KTS-2<br />

POL Political Science<br />

POL-121 International Relations 3<br />

BPTA3 0161117 5/23 6/30 Owen<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm BELL KTS-3<br />

PSY Psychology<br />

PSY-111 Intro to Psychology 3<br />

BPTP3 0161129 5/23 6/30<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 2:00pm 3:50pm BELL KTS-3<br />

BPTA2 0161345 7/5 8/12 Flugstad<br />

KTS-2 MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am BELL KTS-2<br />

REL Religion<br />

REL-140 Religion in the United States 3<br />

BPTP2 0161456 5/23 8/12 Moeller<br />

KTS-2 TTh 4:00pm 5:50pm BELL KTS-2<br />

SDV Student Development<br />

SDV-178 Stress Management 1<br />

BPTS3 0161687 7/14 7/22 Rosene<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm BELL KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm BELL KTS-3<br />

SOC Sociology<br />

SOC-110 Introduction to Sociology 3<br />

BPTP3 0161140 7/5 8/12 Flugstad<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 2:00pm 3:50pm BELL KTS-3<br />

SPC Speech<br />

SPC-101 Fund of Oral Communication 3<br />

H BPTZ1 0161559 5/23 6/29 McWorthy<br />

KTS-1 MW 6:00pm 8:50pm BELL KTS-1<br />

• 3-4 trips to main campus required.<br />

BPTA3 0161073 5/23 8/12 DeMaria<br />

KTS-3 MW 8:00am 9:50am BELL KTS-3<br />

• 3-4 trips to main campus required.<br />

u Prerequisite required; see course description for details.<br />

H Hybrid class; has one-third online content.<br />

< Service Learning credit applies.<br />

Accelerated Learning class; call 319.398.1050 to register.<br />

R Reserved or restricted registration; details on EagleNet.<br />

Linked to another class section as noted.<br />

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SUMMER <strong>2011</strong><br />

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ACC Accounting<br />

ACC-111 Introduction to Accounting 3<br />

WATA1 0161489 5/23 8/12 Pettibone<br />

KTS-1 MW 8:00am 9:50am WACR KTS-1<br />

ANT Anthropology<br />

ANT-105 Cultural Anthropology 3<br />

WATP3 0161167 5/23 8/12 Goings<br />

KTS-3 TTh 4:00pm 5:50pm WACR KTS-3<br />

ART Art<br />

ART-101 Art Appreciation 3<br />

WATP2 0161409 5/23 8/12 Lawrence<br />

KTS-2 MW 12:00pm 1:50pm WACR KTS-2<br />

BCA Business Computer Applications<br />

BCA-189 Microcomputer Literacy 1<br />

WATZ1 0161593 5/23 7/28 Cahalan<br />

KTS-1 Th 6:00pm 8:50pm WACR KTS-1<br />

BIO Biology<br />

BIO-110 Basic Biological Concepts 3<br />

H WATA2 0161274 5/23 7/14 Patterson<br />

KTS-2 TTh 7:30am 9:50am WACR KTS-2<br />

BIO-151 Nutrition 3<br />

H WATA2 0163935 5/23 7/1 Patterson<br />

KTS-2 TWTh 10:00am 11:50am WACR KTS-2<br />

BIO-154 Human Biology 3<br />

WATA2 0161178 5/23 8/12 Bonine<br />

KTS-2 MW 8:00am 9:50am WACR KTS-2<br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong> . summer <strong>2011</strong> . WASHINGTON COUNTy CENTER<br />

BUS Business<br />

BUS-102 Introduction to Business 3<br />

WATA1 0161498 5/23 8/12 Pettibone<br />

KTS-1 MW 10:00am 11:50am WACR KTS-1<br />

BUS-178 How to Deliver Winning Presentations 1<br />

WATS3 0162482 7/7 7/8 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm WACR KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm WACR KTS-3<br />

CHM Chemistry<br />

CHM-110 Introduction to Chemistry 3<br />

WATP3 0161188 5/23 8/12 Bonine<br />

KTS-3 MW 4:00pm 5:50pm WACR KTS-3<br />

CLS Cultural Studies<br />

CLS-151 UC: Latin America 3<br />

H WATA3 0161111 7/5 8/12 yost<br />

KTS-3 MTW 10:00am 11:50am WACR KTS-3<br />

CRJ Criminal Justice<br />

CRJ-200 Criminology u 3<br />

WATA3 0161090 5/23 6/30 Penrod<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am WACR KTS-3<br />

CSC Computer Science<br />

CSC-110 Intro to Computers 3<br />

WATA1 0161507 5/23 8/12 Hildenbrand<br />

KTS-1 TTh 7:30am 9:50am WACR KTS-1<br />

WATZ2 0161471 5/23 8/12 Hildenbrand<br />

KTS-2 TTh 6:00pm 8:50pm WACR KTS-2<br />

DRA Film and Theatre<br />

DRA-116 Film Analysis 3<br />

WATZ3 0161624 5/23 7/27 Brown<br />

KTS-3 MW 6:00pm 8:30pm WACR KTS-3<br />

ECN Economics<br />

ECN-120 Principles of Macroeconomics 3<br />

WATAA 0161634 6/6 7/15 Roose<br />

KTS-3 T 6:00pm 9:50pm WACR KTS-3<br />

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Washington


WASHINGTON COUNTy CENTER . summer <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

54<br />

ECN-130 Principles of Microeconomics 3<br />

H WATP4 0160816 6/6 7/28 Roose<br />

ICN MTTh 12:00pm 1:50pm WACR ICN<br />

WATAA 0161644 7/18 8/19 Roose<br />

KTS-3 T 6:00pm 9:50pm WACR KTS-3<br />

ENG English Composition<br />

ENG-101 Elements of Writing 3<br />

WATP2 0161422 5/23 8/12 O’Brien<br />

KTS-2 TTh 12:00pm 1:50pm WACR KTS-2<br />

ENG-105 Composition I u 3<br />

H WATP1 0161528 5/23 6/30 Brown<br />

KTS-1 MTW 12:00pm 1:50pm WACR KTS-1<br />

ENG-106 Composition II u 3<br />

H WATP1 0161519 7/5 8/12 Brown<br />

KTS-1 MTW 12:00pm 1:50pm WACR KTS-1<br />

HIS History<br />

HIS-151 U.S. History to 1877 3<br />

WATP4 0160703 6/6 7/28 Brendlinger<br />

ICN MTTh 4:00pm 5:50pm WACR ICN<br />

HSC Health Sciences<br />

HSC-107 Professionals in Health 2<br />

WATP1 0161583 5/23 8/12 Meyer<br />

KTS-1 TTh 4:40pm 5:50pm WACR KTS-1<br />

HSC-115 Medical Terminology 4<br />

WATP1 0161574 5/23 8/12<br />

KTS-1 TTh 2:00pm 4:30pm WACR KTS-1<br />

HSC-210 Health Skills I 1<br />

WATA1 0161603 5/23 7/1<br />

LAB W 4:00pm 6:30pm LINN 239<br />

KTS-1 F 9:00am 10:30am WACR KTS-1<br />

WATA1 0164346 7/5 8/12<br />

LAB W 4:00pm 6:30pm LINN 239<br />

LEC F 9:00am 10:30am WACR KTS-1<br />

KTS-1 F 9:00am 10:30am WACR KTS-1<br />

HUM Humanities<br />

HUM-105 Working in America 3<br />

WATP3 0164201 7/5 8/12 Drey<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm WACR KTS-3<br />

MAT Mathematics<br />

MAT-062 Elementary Algebra 3<br />

WATP1 0161537 5/23 8/12 Baenziger<br />

KTS-1 MW 2:00pm 3:50pm WACR KTS-1<br />

WATA1 0161547 5/23 8/12 Cahalan<br />

KTS-1 TTh 10:00am 11:50am WACR KTS-1<br />

MAT-102 Intermediate Algebra u 4<br />

WATA3 0161100 5/23 8/12 Carrico<br />

KTS-3 TTh 7:30am 9:50am WACR KTS-3<br />

MAT-115 Mathematics and Society u 3<br />

H WATP4 0160757 6/6 7/28 Roose<br />

ICN MTTh 2:00pm 3:50pm WACR ICN<br />

MAT-140 Finite Math u 3<br />

H WATA4 0160845 6/6 7/28 Roose<br />

ICN MTTh 10:00am 11:50am WACR ICN<br />

MAT-731 Introduction to Math 2<br />

WATP1 0161556 5/23 7/15 Baenziger<br />

KTS-1 MW 4:00pm 5:50pm WACR KTS-1<br />

MGT Management<br />

MGT-101 Principles of Management 3<br />

WATA4 0160694 5/23 6/30 Lifto<br />

ICN MTWTh 8:00am 9:50am WACR ICN<br />

MGT-130 Principles of Supervision 3<br />

WATP2 0161453 5/23 8/12 Whitson<br />

KTS-2 MW 4:00pm 5:50pm WACR KTS-2<br />

MGT-135 Performance Appraisal for Managers 1<br />

WATS3 0161684 6/23 6/24 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm WACR KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm WACR KTS-3<br />

MGT-137 Developing Leadership Skills 1<br />

WATS3 0161674 6/16 6/17 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm WACR KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm WACR KTS-3<br />

MGT-139 Effective Team Bldg/Managers 1<br />

WATS3 0161664 6/9 6/10 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm WACR KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm WACR KTS-3<br />

MGT-140 Time Mgmt in the Workplace 1<br />

WATS3 0161654 6/2 6/3 Whitson<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm WACR KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm WACR KTS-3<br />

MGT-145 Human Relations in Management 3<br />

WATP2 0161431 5/23 8/12 Whitson<br />

KTS-2 MW 2:00pm 3:50pm WACR KTS-2<br />

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MUS Music - General<br />

MUS-100 Music Appreciation 3<br />

WATP2 0161444 5/23 8/12 Shoemaker<br />

KTS-2 TTh 2:00pm 3:50pm WACR KTS-2<br />

PHI Philosophy<br />

PHI-111 Basic Reasoning 3<br />

WATZ2 0161480 5/23 7/28 Lemos<br />

KTS-2 MW 6:00pm 8:30pm WACR KTS-2<br />

POL Political Science<br />

POL-121 International Relations 3<br />

WATA3 0161124 5/23 6/30 Owen<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 12:00pm 1:50pm WACR KTS-3<br />

PSY Psychology<br />

PSY-111 Intro to Psychology 3<br />

WATP3 0161136 5/23 6/30<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 2:00pm 3:50pm WACR KTS-3<br />

WATA2 0161351 7/5 8/12 Flugstad<br />

KTS-2 MTWTh 10:00am 11:50am WACR KTS-2<br />

REL Religion<br />

REL-140 Religion in the United States 3<br />

WATP2 0161462 5/23 8/12 Moeller<br />

KTS-2 TTh 4:00pm 5:50pm WACR KTS-2<br />

SDV Student Development<br />

SDV-178 Stress Management 1<br />

WATS3 0161694 7/14 7/22 Rosene<br />

KTS-3 Th 6:00pm 9:00pm WACR KTS-3<br />

KTS-3 F 8:00am 12:00pm WACR KTS-3<br />

SOC Sociology<br />

SOC-110 Introduction to Sociology 3<br />

WATP3 0161147 7/5 8/12 Flugstad<br />

KTS-3 MTWTh 2:00pm 3:50pm WACR KTS-3<br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong> . summer <strong>2011</strong> . WASHINGTON COUNTy CENTER<br />

SPC Speech<br />

SPC-101 Fund of Oral Communication 3<br />

• 3-4 trips to main campus required.<br />

H WATZ1 0161565 5/23 6/29 McWorthy<br />

KTS-1 MW 6:00pm 8:50pm WACR KTS-1<br />

WATA3 0161080 5/23 8/12 DeMaria<br />

KTS-3 MW 8:00am 9:50am WACR KTS-3<br />

u Prerequisite required; see course description for details.<br />

H Hybrid class; has one-third online content.<br />

< Service Learning credit applies.<br />

Accelerated Learning class; call 319.398.1050 to register.<br />

R Reserved or restricted registration; details on EagleNet.<br />

Linked to another class section as noted.<br />

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DISTANCE LEARNING – ANyTIME/ANyWHERE . summer <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

56<br />

Distance Learning Anytime/Anywhere <strong>Class</strong>es<br />

Learn outside the traditional classroom! Check out the Student Resources<br />

page at www.kirkwood.edu/distancelearning to determine if<br />

Anytime/Anywhere (ATAW) courses are right for you.<br />

New registration policy: First-time students in Anytime/Anywhere<br />

classes must submit COMPASS or ACT scores. Students with earned<br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> ATAW credit are exempt from this restriction. Find further<br />

details about this policy under the Registration Rule link at www.kirkwood.edu/distancelearning.<br />

Placement testing can be completed at<br />

any <strong>Kirkwood</strong> campus or center location. Students outside of the <strong>Kirkwood</strong><br />

area can test at any accredited testing center and have scores<br />

sent to <strong>Kirkwood</strong> prior to ATAW registration. Contact the Test Center at<br />

319-398-5456 for more information and to find a location closest to<br />

you.<br />

Anytime/Anywhere Registration Restriction: Students with a GPA of<br />

less than 1.8 for all ATAW classes within the previous three years will<br />

have a registration restriction placed on their record. The restriction<br />

prevents registration in ATAW classes until the average for ATAW courses<br />

reaches 1.8 or better, or a three year period has passed. The average<br />

for ATAW courses can be improved by retaking failed or low-scored<br />

courses in a face-to-face format. Retaking and passing courses removes<br />

previous grades from the transcript. Removal of failing grades<br />

may also be accomplished by approval of a petition for policy waiver<br />

allowing withdrawal from those classes. Note: This registration restriction<br />

does not prevent students from enrolling in face-to-face or hybrid<br />

format classes, only ATAW classes.<br />

Anytime/Anywhere courses have deadlines: There is always a start<br />

and end date. Instructors decide on any other deadlines. you must<br />

begin your course promptly and make sure you understand and can<br />

meet your instructor’s requirements. If you receive financial aid, be<br />

sure to know your instructor’s attendance requirement.<br />

Financial aid attendance: Go to www.kirkwood.edu/online and click<br />

“Are you Receiving Financial Aid?”. Financial aid is available for books<br />

before classes begin. After classes begin, your attendance must be<br />

verified in order to use financial aid for textbooks. To know the attendance<br />

verification assignment for a packet course you must purchase<br />

the packet/course guide from the bookstore.<br />

Buying books/materials: View information and purchase textbooks<br />

online at www.kirkwood.edu/bookstore. Select ATAW & Online <strong>Class</strong>es<br />

and then Course Materials. you must purchase the materials specified<br />

for your section. Some online courses may require an access code<br />

found in the textbook, and course work cannot be started without it.<br />

Packets/course guides for packet courses must be purchased from<br />

the bookstore. Packets will vary for different instructors, so be sure to<br />

purchase the one specified for your section.<br />

Student e-mail: your course information will be e-mailed. It is important<br />

to provide the college with a current e-mail address, and to learn<br />

how to access your <strong>Kirkwood</strong> student e-mail account. Visit www.kirkwood.edu/email<br />

for information about how to activate your student<br />

account.<br />

Internet/online courses:* Online classes are accessed at www.kirkwood.edu/angel.<br />

Find how to log in and other information at www.<br />

kirkwood.edu/online. you do not have to be online at any specific time,<br />

but there will be due dates for the assignments and exams. A textbook<br />

is usually required and many courses require monitored exams.<br />

Packet courses:* Packet courses are not online. Purchase your packet/course<br />

guides from the <strong>Kirkwood</strong> bookstore. Packet courses will<br />

also have due dates for assignments and exams. A textbook is usually<br />

required and courses will require monitored exams.<br />

* Some Anytime/Anywhere courses require access to a <strong>Kirkwood</strong> center,<br />

usually because of media, software or class meeting requirements.<br />

Be sure to check the individual course comments for this information.<br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> center locations are listed on the back cover of this<br />

publication.<br />

Testing: Many courses require monitored exams. Look for testing procedures<br />

at www.kirkwood.edu/online and click on Taking Exams. Submit<br />

the Exam Request Form ONLy if you are unable to test at a <strong>Kirkwood</strong><br />

location.<br />

Registration: Registration dates and information can be found at<br />

www.kirkwood.edu/onestop under Registration Information. you can<br />

register at eaglenet.kirkwood.edu or call 319-398-7600 or 877-386-<br />

9101. NOTE: ATAW courses fill up just like traditional courses. Register<br />

as soon as possible.<br />

Waitlists: If classes are full, many ATAW sections will offer the option<br />

to add your name to a waitlist. Use Manage My Waitlist on EagleNet to<br />

check your daily status. Being on a waitlist does not guarantee a seat<br />

in a class. Look for more information about waitlisting at www.kirkwood.edu/distancelearning.<br />

Withdrawing from classes: Select Register and Drop Sections on EagleNet,<br />

or call 319-398-7600 or 877-386-9101. Withdrawal dates can<br />

be found at www.kirkwood.edu/onestop under Important Dates.<br />

Tuition: Tuition for ATAW courses is at the in-state rate, regardless of<br />

your place of residence.<br />

Tutoring: Free tutoring is available for ATAW students with access to a<br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> center. Call 319-398-5425 for more information.<br />

u Prerequisite required; see course description for details.<br />

H Hybrid class; has one-third online content.<br />

< Service Learning credit applies.<br />

Accelerated Learning class; call 319.398.1050 to register.<br />

R Reserved or restricted registration; details on EagleNet.<br />

Linked to another class section as noted.<br />

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SUMMER <strong>2011</strong><br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong> . summer <strong>2011</strong> . DISTANCE LEARNING – ANyTIME/ANyWHERE<br />

Anytime/Anywhere<br />

ACC Accounting<br />

ACC-152 Financial Accounting 4<br />

ATW51 0160526 5/23 8/12 Hansel<br />

ACC-156 Managerial Accounting u 4<br />

ATW51 0160527 5/23 8/12 Hansel<br />

ACC-160 Payroll Accounting u 2<br />

ATW51 0160528 5/23 8/12 Ternes<br />

ACC-311 Computer Accounting u 3<br />

ATW51 0160529 5/23 8/12 Frey<br />

ACC-362 Accounting Spreadsheets u 4<br />

ATW51 0160530 5/23 8/12 Frey<br />

ADM Administrative Assistant<br />

ADM-105 Introduction to Keyboarding 1<br />

• MS Office 2007 required.<br />

ATW52 0160532 5/23 8/12 Wumkes<br />

ATW53 0160533 5/23 8/12 Wumkes<br />

ATW51 0160531 5/23 8/12 Wumkes<br />

ADM-122 Document Formatting u 2<br />

ATW51 0160534 5/23 8/12 Wumkes<br />

• MS Office 2007 required.<br />

ANT Anthropology<br />

ANT-105 Cultural Anthropology 3<br />

ATW55 0164353 5/23 8/12 Lampkin<br />

ATW52 0160536 5/23 8/12 Proctor<br />

ATW54 0160538 5/23 8/12 Lampkin<br />

ATW53 0160537 5/23 8/12 Goings<br />

ATW51 0160535 5/23 8/12 Goings<br />

ART Art<br />

ART-101 Art Appreciation 3<br />

ATW54 0160542 5/23 8/12 McGee<br />

ATW56 0160687 5/23 8/12 Goffstein<br />

ATW55 0160543 5/23 8/12 Davies<br />

ATW51 0160539 5/23 8/12 Davies<br />

ATW53 0160541 5/23 8/12 Bareis<br />

ATW57 0163394 5/23 8/12 Davies<br />

ATW52 0160540 5/23 8/12 Goffstein<br />

BCA Business Computer Applications<br />

BCA-189 Microcomputer Literacy 1<br />

• MS Office 2007/Windows XP required.<br />

ATW53 0160546 5/23 8/12 Streets<br />

ATW54 0160547 5/23 8/12 Streets<br />

ATW51 0160544 5/23 8/12 Streets<br />

ATW52 0160545 5/23 8/12 Streets<br />

BCA-213 Intermediate Computer Bus Apps u 3<br />

ATW51 0160548 5/23 8/12 Beebe<br />

• MS Office 2007 required.<br />

BIO Biology<br />

BIO-151 Nutrition 3<br />

ATW54 0163408 5/23 8/12 Aguiar<br />

ATW51 0160549 5/23 8/12 Aguiar<br />

ATW53 0160551 5/23 8/12 Aguiar<br />

ATW52 0160550 5/23 8/12 Zeman<br />

BIO-154 Human Biology 3<br />

ATW53 0160554 5/23 8/12 Foley<br />

ATW52 0160553 5/23 8/12 Nalley<br />

ATW51 0160552 5/23 8/12 Zeman<br />

ATW54 0160555 5/23 8/12 Nalley<br />

BIO-161 Basic Anatomy and Physiology 3<br />

ATW52 0160557 5/23 8/12 Blank<br />

R ATW51 0160556 5/23 8/12 Blank<br />

BIO-189 Microbes and Society 3<br />

ATW51 0160559 5/23 8/12 Sambol<br />

BIO-195 Human Evolution 3<br />

ATW51 0160683 5/23 8/12 Hench<br />

BUS Business<br />

BUS-102 Introduction to Business 3<br />

ATW53 0160563 5/23 8/12 Humble<br />

ATW54 0160564 5/23 8/12 Osborne<br />

ATW52 0160562 5/23 8/12 Osborne<br />

ATW51 0160561 5/23 8/12 Humble<br />

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DISTANCE LEARNING – ANyTIME/ANyWHERE . summer <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

58<br />

BUS-185 Business Law I 3<br />

ATW51 0164035 5/23 8/12 Bootsma<br />

CHM Chemistry<br />

CHM-110 Introduction to Chemistry 3<br />

ATW52 0160566 5/23 8/12 Teague<br />

ATW51 0160565 5/23 8/12 Teague<br />

CLS Cultural Studies<br />

CLS-165 UC: Modern Japan 3<br />

ATW51 0164695 5/23 8/12 yost<br />

COM Communication<br />

COM-723 Workplace Communications 3<br />

P ATP51 0160568 5/23 8/12 Aldridge<br />

• Packet class; NOT online. Purchase packet at bookstore.<br />

ATW52 0160570 5/23 8/12 Khaw<br />

ATW51 0160569 5/23 8/12 Khaw<br />

CRJ Criminal Justice<br />

CRJ-133 Constitutional Criminal Proc u 3<br />

ATW51 0160818 5/23 8/12 Penrod<br />

CRJ-141 Criminal Investigation 3<br />

ATW51 0164235 5/23 8/12 SyWassink<br />

CSC Computer Science<br />

CSC-110 Intro to Computers 3<br />

• MS Office 2007 required.<br />

ATW51 0160572 5/23 8/12 Mercer<br />

ATW55 0160576 5/23 8/12 Snook<br />

ATW52 0160573 5/23 8/12 Snook<br />

ATW53 0160574 5/23 8/12 Carson<br />

ATW56 0160577 5/23 8/12 Carson<br />

ATW54 0160575 5/23 8/12 Mercer<br />

DSV Disability Services<br />

DSV-120 Observation/Mgmt of Behavior 3<br />

ATW51 0160579 5/23 8/12 Thompson<br />

ECN Economics<br />

ECN-120 Principles of Macroeconomics 3<br />

ATW52 0163812 5/23 8/12 Mekies<br />

ATW51 0160580 5/23 8/12 Mekies<br />

ECN-130 Principles of Microeconomics 3<br />

ATW51 0160581 5/23 8/12 Pelzer<br />

ENG English Composition<br />

ENG-101 Elements of Writing 3<br />

ATW55 0163270 5/23 8/12 Maybaum<br />

ATW56 0163947 5/23 8/12 Larson<br />

ATW54 0160585 5/23 8/12 Larson<br />

ATW52 0160583 5/23 8/12 Larson<br />

ATW53 0160584 5/23 8/12 Arenz<br />

ATW51 0160582 5/23 8/12 Arenz<br />

ENG-105 Composition I u 3<br />

ATW52 0160588 5/23 8/12 Fuentes<br />

ATW53 0160589 5/23 8/12 Carpenter<br />

ATW51 0160587 5/23 8/12 Burwell<br />

ATW55 0160591 5/23 8/12 Fuentes<br />

ATW54 0160590 5/23 8/12 Daniels<br />

ATW56 0160592 5/23 8/12 Carpenter<br />

ATW57 0160593 5/23 8/12 Daniels<br />

ENG-106 Composition II u 3<br />

ATW57 0163949 5/23 8/12 Sinclair<br />

ATW55 0160599 5/23 8/12 Stallman<br />

ATW51 0160595 5/23 8/12 Stallman<br />

ATW58 0163950 5/23 8/12 Peterson<br />

ATW54 0160598 5/23 8/12 Peterson<br />

ATW52 0160596 5/23 8/12 Fandel<br />

ATW56 0160600 5/23 8/12 Fandel<br />

ATW53 0160597 5/23 8/12 Sinclair<br />

ENV Environmental Science<br />

ENV-115 Environmental Science 3<br />

ATW51 0160603 5/23 8/12 Hench<br />

ATW52 0163490 5/23 8/12 Nalley<br />

HIS History<br />

HIS-121 Ancient Mediterranean World 3<br />

ATW51 0160604 5/23 8/12 Peterson<br />

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HIS-124 Europe-Age of Nationalism 3<br />

ATW51 0160606 5/23 8/12 Costa<br />

HIS-151 U.S. History to 1877 3<br />

ATW52 0160684 5/23 8/12 Peterson<br />

ATW51 0160608 5/23 8/12 Gilliland<br />

HIS-152 U.S. History Since 1877 3<br />

ATW53 0164367 5/23 8/12 Gilliland<br />

ATW52 0160611 5/23 8/12 Brendlinger<br />

ATW51 0160610 5/23 8/12 Gilliland<br />

HIS-221 Holocaust/Genocide: Memory & Lit 3<br />

ATW51 0163028 5/23 8/12 yost<br />

HSC Health Sciences<br />

HSC-115 Medical Terminology 4<br />

ATW53 0163365 5/23 8/12 Glab/Hartung<br />

ATW51 0160613 5/23 8/12 Cline<br />

ATW52 0160614 5/23 8/12 Glab<br />

HSC-117 Basic Medical Terminology 2.5<br />

ATW52 0160616 5/23 8/12 Sigmon<br />

ATW51 0160615 5/23 8/12 Meyer<br />

HSC-217 Introduction to Pathology u 3<br />

ATW51 0160617 5/23 8/12 Tackett<br />

HUM Humanities<br />

HUM-105 Working in America 3<br />

ATW51 0160618 5/23 8/12 Groves<br />

• See EagleNet for equipment requirements.<br />

HUM-116 Encounters in Humanities 3<br />

• Must attend events in local Iowa area.<br />

ATW53 0163742 5/23 8/12 Hanson<br />

ATW51 0160619 5/23 8/12 Hanson<br />

ATW52 0160620 5/23 8/12 Bradley<br />

LIT Literature<br />

LIT-204 Forms of Lit: Nonfiction u 3<br />

ATW51 0160621 5/23 8/12 McClure<br />

LIT-206 Forms of Lit: Fiction u 3<br />

ATW53 0160624 5/23 8/12 Kuennen<br />

ATW51 0160622 5/23 8/12 Kuennen<br />

ATW52 0160623 5/23 8/12 Kuennen<br />

LIT-222 Lit & Culture: American Dreams u 3<br />

ATW51 0163011 5/23 8/12 Franco<br />

MAT Mathematics<br />

MAT-062 Elementary Algebra 3<br />

ATW53 0160628 5/23 8/12 Peterson<br />

ATW56 0163389 5/23 8/12 Krueger<br />

ATW54 0163386 5/23 8/12 Krueger<br />

ATW52 0160627 5/23 8/12 Cochran<br />

ATW55 0163387 5/23 8/12 Peterson<br />

ATW51 0160626 5/23 8/12 Keller<br />

MAT-102 Intermediate Algebra u 4<br />

ATW52 0160631 5/23 8/12 Sedlacek<br />

ATW53 0163388 5/23 8/12 Logan<br />

ATW51 0160630 5/23 8/12 Swart<br />

ATW54 0163391 5/23 8/12 Logan<br />

MAT-107 Survey of Mathematics 4<br />

ATW51 0160632 5/23 8/12 Cochran<br />

MAT-115 Mathematics and Society u 3<br />

ATW51 0160633 5/23 8/12 Soemadi<br />

MAT-155 Statistical Ideas u 3<br />

P ATP51 0160635 5/23 8/12 Harthun<br />

• Packet class; NOT online. Purchase packet at bookstore.<br />

MAT-157 Statistics u 4<br />

ATW51 0160636 5/23 8/12 Marberry<br />

ATW52 0160637 5/23 8/12 Marberry<br />

MGT Management<br />

MGT-101 Principles of Management 3<br />

ATW53 0163894 5/23 8/12 Lifto<br />

ATW52 0160639 5/23 8/12 Martin<br />

ATW54 0164078 5/23 8/12 Merlak<br />

ATW51 0160638 5/23 8/12 Lifto<br />

MGT-121 Project Management Basics 3<br />

ATW51 0160685 5/23 8/12 O’Brien<br />

MGT-130 Principles of Supervision 3<br />

ATW51 0160640 5/23 8/12 Tran<br />

ATW52 0160641 5/23 8/12 Tran<br />

MGT-170 Human Resource Management 3<br />

ATW51 0160642 5/23 8/12 Merlak<br />

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DISTANCE LEARNING – ANyTIME/ANyWHERE . summer <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

60<br />

MGT-300 Intro to Entrepreneurship 3<br />

ATW51 0160643 5/23 8/12 Miller<br />

ATW52 0163896 5/23 8/12 Martin<br />

MKT Marketing<br />

MKT-110 Principles of Marketing 3<br />

ATW51 0160644 5/23 8/12 Millard<br />

ATW52 0160645 5/23 8/12 Millard<br />

MMS Mass Media Studies<br />

MMS-101 Mass Media 3<br />

ATW51 0160646 5/23 8/12 Kodet<br />

MUS Music - General<br />

MUS-100 Music Appreciation 3<br />

ATW54 0160650 5/23 8/12 Kaefring<br />

ATW53 0160649 5/23 8/12 Risse<br />

ATW52 0160648 5/23 8/12 Kaefring<br />

ATW51 0160647 5/23 8/12 Risse<br />

PHS Physical Science<br />

PHS-151 Introduction to Astronomy 3<br />

ATW51 0160651 5/23 8/12 Folsom<br />

POL Political Science<br />

POL-111 American National Government 3<br />

ATW51 0160652 5/23 8/12 Brendlinger<br />

ATW52 0164240 5/23 8/12 Donovan<br />

PSY Psychology<br />

PSY-111 Intro to Psychology 3<br />

ATW53 0160657 5/23 8/12 Shea-Hunt<br />

ATW51 0160655 5/23 8/12 Bral<br />

ATW56 0163397 5/23 8/12 O’Rourke<br />

ATW52 0160656 5/23 8/12 O’Rourke<br />

ATW54 0160658 5/23 8/12 Johnson<br />

ATW55 0163009 5/23 8/12 Bral<br />

PSY-121 Developmental Psychology u 3<br />

ATW51 0160660 5/23 8/12 Brennom<br />

ATW52 0160661 5/23 8/12 Brennom<br />

RDG Reading<br />

RDG-200 College Reading 3<br />

ATW51 0163870 5/23 8/12 Edwards<br />

REL Religion<br />

REL-101 Survey of World Religions 3<br />

ATW52 0163503 5/23 8/12 Drey<br />

ATW51 0160662 5/23 8/12 Drey<br />

SDV Student Development<br />

SDV-160 Career Decision Making 2<br />

P ATP51 0160663 5/23 8/12 Hansen<br />

• Packet class; NOT online. Purchase packet at bookstore.<br />

SOC Sociology<br />

SOC-110 Introduction to Sociology 3<br />

ATW53 0160668 5/23 8/12 Knox<br />

ATW55 0164368 5/23 8/12 Hoth<br />

ATW54 0163944 5/23 8/12 Hoth<br />

ATW52 0160667 5/23 8/12 Hoth<br />

ATW51 0160666 5/23 8/12 Knox<br />

SOC-115 Social Problems 3<br />

ATW51 0160669 5/23 8/12 Knox<br />

SOC-120 Marriage and Family 3<br />

ATW52 0160671 5/23 8/12 Marshall<br />

ATW53 0163563 5/23 8/12 Marshall<br />

ATW51 0160670 5/23 8/12 Marshall<br />

SPC Speech<br />

SPC-101 Fund of Oral Communication 3<br />

ATW51 0160672 5/23 8/12 McWorthy<br />

• See EagleNet for equipment requirements.<br />

ATW52 0160673 5/23 8/12 McWorthy<br />

• See EagleNet for equipment requirements.<br />

ATW53 0163510 5/23 8/12 Underwood<br />

• Must attend three meetings on main campus.<br />

ATW54 0163719 5/23 8/12 Underwood<br />

• Must attend three meetings on main campus.<br />

WAT Water Environmental Technology<br />

• Check EagleNet for current course offerings<br />

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SUMMER <strong>2011</strong><br />

Adult Accelerated<br />

Adult Accelerated Learning<br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> Resource Center | 1030 5th Ave. SE, Cedar Rapids 52403<br />

319-398-1050<br />

To qualify, you must:<br />

Be at least 21 years old, have a minimum of three years work<br />

experience and demonstrate college-level reading and writing skills.<br />

• Block 8<br />

BIO-154 Human Biology 3<br />

RCA11 0157550 6/7 7/5 Bonine<br />

LEC T 5:30pm 9:30pm RESC 3020<br />

BUS-185 Business Law I 3<br />

RCA06 0157549 6/6 7/11 Thimmig<br />

LEC M 5:30pm 9:30pm RESC 3021<br />

CLS-151 UC: Latin America 3<br />

RCA04 0157553 6/7 7/5 Putzy<br />

LEC T 5:30pm 9:30pm RESC 3022<br />

ECN-120 Principles of Macroeconomics 3<br />

RCTAA 0161633 6/7 7/5 Roose<br />

KTS-3 T 6:00pm 9:50pm KTS-3<br />

RCA13 0157554 6/9 7/7 Borman<br />

LEC Th 5:30pm 9:30pm RESC 3021<br />

MUS-100 Music Appreciation 3<br />

RCA10 0157551 6/7 7/5 Baumann<br />

LEC T 5:30pm 9:30pm RESC 3021<br />

PHI-105 Introduction to Ethics 3<br />

RCA14 0157548 6/6 7/11 Javoroski<br />

LEC M 5:30pm 9:30pm RESC 3020<br />

SDV-175 Tools for Life Seminar 3<br />

RCA07 0164661 6/8 7/6 Bone<br />

LEC W 5:30pm 9:30pm RESC 3020<br />

• Block 8/9<br />

LIT-206 Forms of Lit: Fiction u 3<br />

RCA02 0157556 6/9 8/11<br />

LEC Th 5:30pm 8:30pm RESC 3020<br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong> . summer <strong>2011</strong> . ADULT ACCELERATED LEARNING<br />

• Block 9<br />

ECN-130 Principles of Microeconomics 3<br />

RCTAA 0161643 7/19 8/16 Roose<br />

KTS-3 T 6:00pm 9:50pm KTS-3<br />

RCA16 0157562 7/21 8/18 Borman<br />

LEC Th 5:30pm 9:30pm RESC 3021<br />

HIS-152 U.S. History Since 1877 3<br />

RCA13 0157560 7/19 8/16 yergler<br />

LEC T 5:30pm 9:30pm RESC 3021<br />

MKT-110 Principles of Marketing 3<br />

RCA12 0157557 7/18 8/15 Saville<br />

LEC M 5:30pm 9:30pm RESC 3020<br />

PSY-111 Intro to Psychology 3<br />

RCA11 0157561 7/20 8/17<br />

LEC W 5:30pm 9:30pm RESC 3020<br />

u Prerequisite required; see course description for details.<br />

H Hybrid class; has one-third online content.<br />

< Service Learning credit applies.<br />

Accelerated Learning class; call 319.398.1050 to register.<br />

R Reserved or restricted registration; details on EagleNet.<br />

Linked to another class section as noted.<br />

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DEGREE AND CORE REQUIREMENTS . summer <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

62<br />

CORE COURsEs<br />

Arts & Sciences<br />

Degrees and Core Requirements<br />

Arts and Sciences students can complete their two-year degrees<br />

and then transfer to four-year colleges or universities to complete<br />

their bachelor degrees.<br />

Three degrees are awarded in the Arts and Sciences:<br />

• Associate of Arts (A.A.)<br />

• Associate of Science (A.S.)<br />

• Associate of Science/Career Option (A.S./C.O.)<br />

While degree requirements vary according to program area, each<br />

degree includes the core courses outlined here. For details on<br />

program requirements, please refer to the <strong>Kirkwood</strong> college catalog.<br />

Students who plan to transfer should work closely with the Advising<br />

and Transfer Center regarding the transfer of Arts and Sciences<br />

degrees and to facilitate the transfer process.<br />

Electives<br />

Electives are transferable courses required by all three Arts and<br />

Sciences degrees. They provide students opportunities to explore<br />

subjects of special interest outside of the core requirements, or<br />

may be applied to the major students plan to pursue.<br />

Arts and Sciences Degree Requirements<br />

Associate of Arts<br />

<strong>Credit</strong> Hours<br />

*Diversity course requirement<br />

Electives are offered each semester in most departments. The<br />

following types of courses can be counted as electives:<br />

• All courses with “Arts & Sciences Elective Code A” in the<br />

course description. (transfer courses)<br />

• Up to 16 credit hours of courses with “Arts & Sciences<br />

Elective Code B” in the course description. (technical courses)<br />

• Only 2 credit hours of courses with “Arts & Sciences Elective<br />

Code D” in the course description. (developmental courses)<br />

Students in special or Career Option programs may be required<br />

to take specific courses to satisfy their program/Career Option<br />

requirements.<br />

Associate of Science<br />

<strong>Credit</strong> Hours<br />

Associate of Science<br />

Career Option<br />

<strong>Credit</strong> Hours<br />

Communication – Writing 5 5 5<br />

Communication – Speech 3 3 3<br />

History/Cultures 6<br />

Humanities 9<br />

Humanities &/or History/Cultures 9 6<br />

Mathematics 3<br />

Mathematics/Science 20** 6***<br />

Science 6<br />

Social Science 9 6 6<br />

Career Option Core 20***<br />

Electives 21 19 16<br />

DEGREE TOTAL 62 62 62<br />

* Students seeking an A.A. degree from <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Community</strong> College must complete one approved diversity course.<br />

** Include one college-level mathematics course.<br />

*** Contact program coordinator for specific requirements.<br />

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Applicable to A.A., A.S. and A.S./C.O. degree<br />

requirements. One diversity course is required for<br />

A.A. degree. Courses with (D) before the course<br />

number satisfy the diversity requirement.<br />

COMMUNICATION – SPEECH<br />

SPC-101 Fund of Oral Communication 3<br />

or SPC-112 Public Speaking 3<br />

COMMUNICATION – WRITING<br />

ENG-120 College Writing (Comp I-II equivalent) 5<br />

or ENG-105 Composition I 3<br />

and ENG-106 Composition II 3<br />

or ENG-108 Composition II: Technical Writing 3<br />

HISTORY – CULTURES<br />

Students earning an A.A. degree must complete three<br />

credit hours from group 1 and an additional three<br />

credit hours from either group 1 or group 2.<br />

Group 1- Introductory Courses<br />

(D) ANT-105 Cultural Anthropology 3<br />

(D) ASL-171 American Sign Language II 4<br />

(D) ASL-241 American Sign Language III 3<br />

(D) ASL-271 American Sign Language IV 3<br />

(D) CLS-140 UC: The Mideast 3<br />

(D) CLS-151 UC: Latin America 3<br />

(D) CLS-159 UC: Indigenous Central America 3<br />

(D) CLS-162 UC: Pacific Societies 3<br />

(D) CLS-165 UC: Modern Japan 3<br />

(D) CLS-167 UC: Modern China 3<br />

(D) CLS-171 UC: Sub-Saharan Africa 3<br />

(D) FLF-142 Elementary French II 4<br />

(D) FLF-241 Intermediate French I 4<br />

(D) FLF-242 Intermediate French II 4<br />

(D) FLG-142 Elementary German II 4<br />

(D) FLG-241 Intermediate German I 4<br />

(D) FLG-242 Intermediate German II 4<br />

(D) FLS-142 Elementary Spanish II 4<br />

(D) FLS-241 Intermediate Spanish I 4<br />

(D) FLS-242 Intermediate Spanish II 4<br />

HIS-121 Ancient Mediterranean World 3<br />

HIS-122 Europe-Age of Monarchy 3<br />

HIS-123 Europe-Age of Revolution 3<br />

HIS-124 Europe-Age of Nationalism 3<br />

HIS-151 U.S. History to 1877 3<br />

HIS-152 U.S. History Since 1877 3<br />

HIS-291 History of Science 3<br />

(D)REL-101 Survey of World Religions 3<br />

(D)REL-120 Judaism, Christianity & Islam 3<br />

(D)REL-130 Intro Religions of the East 3<br />

Group 2- Other Courses<br />

HIS-135 Modern World Military History 3<br />

(D) HIS-221 Holocaust/Genocide: Memry & Lit 3<br />

(D) HIS-254 American Indian History 3<br />

(D) REL-125 Intro to Islam 3<br />

(D) REL-140 Religion in the United States 3<br />

(D) REL-160 Religions of China 3<br />

HUMANITIES<br />

Students seeking an A.A. degree must select one<br />

course from group 1, one course from group 2 and<br />

an additional course from 1, 2 or 3. These are the<br />

core for fall freshman. Students who have previously<br />

enrolled should consult their degree audit or their<br />

advisor when selecting Humanities courses.<br />

Group 1- Introductory Arts and Humanities<br />

ART-101 Art Appreciation 3<br />

ART-203 Art History I 3<br />

ART-204 Art History II 3<br />

ART-173 Ceramics 3<br />

ART-184 Photography 3<br />

CLS-190 Culture and Technology 3<br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong> . summer <strong>2011</strong> . DEGREE AND CORE REQUIREMENTS<br />

DRA-101 Introduction to Theatre 3<br />

DRA-116 Film Analysis 3<br />

DRA-125 Introduction to Play Analysis 3<br />

HUM-123 U.S. Film History 3<br />

HUM-105 Working in America 3<br />

HUM-116 Encounters in Humanities 3<br />

HUM-124 World Film History 3<br />

MUS-100 Music Appreciation 3<br />

PHI-101 Introduction to Philosophy 3<br />

PHI-105 Introduction to Ethics 3<br />

PHI-111 Basic Reasoning 3<br />

PHI-130 Philosophy of Human Nature 3<br />

Group 2- Literature (Prereq: ENG-105 or ENG-120)<br />

LIT-203 Forms of Lit: Story Cycle 3<br />

LIT-204 Forms of Lit: Nonfiction 3<br />

LIT-205 Forms of Lit: Drama 3<br />

LIT-206 Forms of Lit: Fiction 3<br />

LIT-207 Forms of Lit: Poetry 3<br />

LIT-208 Forms of Lit: New Media 3<br />

LIT-209 Forms of Lit: Film Adaptation 3<br />

(D) LIT-222 Lit & Culture: American Dreams 3<br />

(D) LIT-224 Lit & Culture: Women and Work 3<br />

LIT-225 Lit Themes: Beyond Bartleby 3<br />

LIT-226 Lit Themes: Search for Identity 3<br />

(D) LIT-227 Lit & Culture: World Poetry 3<br />

Group 3- Topics in Arts and Humanities<br />

(D) CLS-180 American Pluralism 3<br />

DRA-117 Film Topics 3<br />

HUM-142 Popular Culture 3<br />

MUS-209 Topics in Western Music History 3<br />

(D) PHI-125 Native American Philosophies 3<br />

(D) PHI-126 Chinese Philosophies 3<br />

PHI-132 Philosophy of Education 3<br />

PHI-150 Social and Political Philosophy 3<br />

PHI-160 Environmental Ethics 3<br />

MATHEMATICS<br />

Students earning an associate’s degree must<br />

complete one college-level math course.<br />

MAT-115 Mathematics and Society 3<br />

MAT-117 Math for Elementary Teachers 3<br />

MAT-120 College Algebra 3<br />

MAT-136 Trig & Analytic Geometry 5<br />

MAT-138 College Algebra with Limits 4<br />

MAT-140 Finite Math 3<br />

MAT-149 Linear Algebra 3<br />

MAT-150 Discrete Math 3<br />

MAT-155 Statistical Ideas 3<br />

MAT-157 Statistics 4<br />

MAT-162 Business Statistics 4<br />

MAT-165 Business Calculus 3<br />

MAT-175 Calculus for Biological Sciences 4<br />

MAT-210 Calculus I 4<br />

MAT-216 Calculus II 4<br />

MAT-219 Calculus III 4<br />

MAT-227 Differential Equation/Laplace 4<br />

SCIENCE<br />

A.A. and A.S./C.O. degree seeking students select<br />

from Group A. See an advisor for requirements<br />

specific to your degree.<br />

Group A<br />

BIO-104 Introductory Biology w/ Lab 3<br />

BIO-112 General Biology I 4<br />

BIO-113 General Biology II 4<br />

BIO-154 Human Biology 3<br />

BIO-189 Microbes and Society 3<br />

BIO-190 Introductory Biotechnology 3<br />

BIO-195 Human Evolution 3<br />

CHM-110 Introduction to Chemistry 3<br />

CHM-111 Introduction to Chemistry Lab 1<br />

CHM-132 Intro Organic & Biochemistry 4<br />

CHM-165 General Chemistry I 4<br />

CHM-175 General Chemistry II 4<br />

ENV-115 Environmental Science 3<br />

PHS-151 Introduction to Astronomy 3<br />

PHS-170 Physical Geology 3<br />

PHS-171 Physical Geology Lab 1<br />

PHS-175 Environmental Geology 3<br />

PHS-176 Environmental Geology Lab 1<br />

PHS-180 Evolution of the Earth 3<br />

PHS-181 Evolution of the Earth Lab 1<br />

PHy-120 Introductory Physics 3<br />

PHy-162 College Physics I 4<br />

PHy-172 College Physics II 4<br />

PHy-212 <strong>Class</strong>ical Physics I 5<br />

PHy-222 <strong>Class</strong>ical Physics II 5<br />

SCI-120 Forensic Science 3<br />

SCI-122 Forensic Science Lab 1<br />

A.S. degree seeking students select one<br />

course from Group A and and an additional<br />

course from Group A or B.<br />

Group B<br />

BIO-168 Human Anatomy & Phys I w/Lab 4<br />

BIO-173 Human Anatomy & Phys II w/Lab 4<br />

BIO-186 Microbiology 4<br />

CHM-262 Organic Chemistry I 4.5<br />

CHM-272 Organic Chemistry II 4.5<br />

CHM-280 Quantitative Analysis 4<br />

SOCIAL SCIENCE<br />

Students seeking an A.A. degree need 3 courses,<br />

students seeking an A.S. degree need 2 courses.<br />

CRJ-100 Intro to Criminal Justice 3<br />

CRJ-200 Criminology 3<br />

CRJ-201 Juvenile Delinquency 3<br />

(D) DSV-200 Exceptional Persons 3<br />

ECN-120 Principles of Macroeconomics 3<br />

ECN-130 Principles of Microeconomics 3<br />

(D) ECN-210 Asian Economic Systems 3<br />

EDU-240 Educational Psychology 3<br />

GEO-115 Human Geography 3<br />

(D) GEO-121 World Regional Geography 3<br />

HSV-110 Human Service Policy & Prog 3<br />

MMS-101 Mass Media 3<br />

POL-111 American National Government 3<br />

POL-121 International Relations 3<br />

(D) POL-125 Comp. Government & Politics 3<br />

POL-150 Intro to U.S. Foreign Policy 3<br />

PRL-101 Paralegal Studies Orientation 3<br />

PSy-111 Intro to Psychology 3<br />

PSy-121 Developmental Psychology 3<br />

PSy-241 Abnormal Psychology 3<br />

PSy-251 Social Psychology 3<br />

SOC-110 Introduction to Sociology 3<br />

SOC-115 Social Problems 3<br />

SOC-120 Marriage and Family 3<br />

SOC-132 Soc. of Loss, Grieving & Growth 3<br />

(D) SOC-265 Intro. to L/G/B/T/ Studies 3<br />

SOC-270 Social & Behavioral Res. Methods 3<br />

SOC-284 Sociology of the Environment 3<br />

(D) SOC-200 Minority Group Relations 3<br />

DIVERSITY NOT APPROVED FOR CORE<br />

(Satisfies diversity requirement but does not count<br />

as a core course.)<br />

CLS-125 Language and Society 3<br />

CRJ-202 Cultural Awareness-CJ Prac. 3<br />

ITP-130 Social Aspects of Deaf Culture 3<br />

LIT-158 Lit. of African Peoples 3<br />

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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS . summer & <strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

ACC<br />

ACCOUNTING<br />

Intro to Accounting<br />

> ACC-111<br />

3<br />

Introduces accounting principles for nonaccounting<br />

majors. Includes analyzing,<br />

classifying and recording business<br />

transactions. Emphasizes understanding the<br />

complete accounting cycle and preparing<br />

financial statements, bank reconciliations and<br />

payroll.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Financial Accounting 4<br />

> ACC-152<br />

Introduces the basic concepts and procedures<br />

of accounting including the accounting cycle,<br />

merchandise accounting, internal control,<br />

long-term and contingent liabilities, corporate<br />

accounting and the collection of data for<br />

external reporting. Includes the preparation<br />

and analysis of financial statements.<br />

(4/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Managerial Accounting<br />

> ACC-156<br />

4<br />

Surveys the basic concepts and procedures of<br />

accounting to include managerial,<br />

manufacturing<br />

decision making.<br />

and cost accounting for<br />

(4/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ACC-152<br />

Payroll Accounting 2<br />

> ACC-160<br />

Introduces concepts and procedures used in<br />

determining payroll taxes. Laws and<br />

regulations affecting payroll are presented.<br />

Taxes and current rates are reviewed so the<br />

student will understand withholding from the<br />

employee and the employer’s taxes. Manual<br />

and computerized practical problems are<br />

solved by the student.<br />

(2/0/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: ACC-152<br />

Financial Analysis 3<br />

> ACC-191<br />

Provides basic techniques for analyzing the<br />

flow of a business’ funds and methods for<br />

selecting and interpreting financial ratios.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ACC-152<br />

Professionalism: Accounting Club<br />

> ACC-200<br />

1<br />

Develops and recognizes leadership and<br />

teamwork through a student-focused<br />

professional organization. Emphasizes<br />

leadership development and professional<br />

networking activities. Students participate in<br />

state and local conferences, perform<br />

community service and seek career skills. This<br />

course may be repeated for credit.<br />

(1/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

64<br />

Cost Accounting 4<br />

> ACC-222<br />

Relates the principles and methods of analyzing<br />

accounting data for planning and control,<br />

product costing and decision making.<br />

Emphasis on job orders, process and standard<br />

cost accounting systems, budgeting and costvolume-profit<br />

analysis.<br />

(4/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ACC-156, MAT-140<br />

Intermediate Accounting I 4<br />

> ACC-231<br />

Includes a review of accounting procedures<br />

and the reporting process. Provides an in-depth<br />

analysis of the asset and liability sections of the<br />

balance sheet.<br />

(4/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ACC-156, MAT-140<br />

Note: MAT-140 may also be taken as a corequisite<br />

Income Tax Accounting 4<br />

> ACC-265<br />

Introduces the federal income tax law, its<br />

purpose and development and its significance<br />

for tax planning. Emphasis is placed on<br />

individual and business tax law with an<br />

introduction to corporations.<br />

(4/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ACC-152<br />

Computer Accounting 3<br />

> ACC-311<br />

Enhances student learning by comparing the<br />

manual accounting cycle system with a<br />

professional accounting software. The course is<br />

project-based with an emphasis on accounting<br />

cycles and the management of accounting<br />

data. Students use a commercial accounting<br />

package with payroll and spreadsheet<br />

applications.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: ACC-152, CSC-110<br />

Accounting Spreadsheets 4<br />

> ACC-362<br />

Addresses the use of spreadsheet software as<br />

a problem-solving tool for the accountant. This<br />

tool is used to develop models that can be used<br />

to analyze data, create what-if scenarios, and<br />

automate computations, sort and group data,<br />

and view data graphically. The topics include,<br />

but are not limited to, planning, building,<br />

testing and documenting worksheets. Special<br />

topics include, but are not limited to, functions,<br />

charts, solver, data management, multiple<br />

worksheets, data tables, integration with other<br />

applications and macros.<br />

(4/0/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: ACC-152, CSC-110<br />

Special Topics 1–3<br />

> ACC-949<br />

Offers a learning experience using readings,<br />

case studies, group projects and basic research.<br />

Instruction related to current relevant topics in<br />

the accounting and business environment.<br />

(0/2-6/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: ACC-152<br />

ADM<br />

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT<br />

Intro to Keyboarding 1<br />

> ADM-105<br />

Provides instruction in alphabetic and numeric<br />

keyboarding and includes exercises designed<br />

to increase speed to 30 words per minute with<br />

five or fewer errors on five-minute timed<br />

writings. Includes instruction in the use of<br />

proofreaders’ marks and how to create a<br />

business letter in block format using Microsoft<br />

Word.<br />

(0/2/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Document Formatting 2<br />

> ADM-122<br />

Presumes students already know the<br />

alphabetic and numeric keyboard. Instruction<br />

includes exercises designed to increase speed<br />

to 45 words per minute with five or fewer<br />

errors on five-minute timed writings. Includes<br />

instruction in creating standard business<br />

letters, interoffice memos, tables, simple<br />

reports and newsletters using Microsoft Word.<br />

(1/2/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ADM-105<br />

Business Math and Calculators 3<br />

> ADM-133<br />

Provides for the integration of business math<br />

concepts and formulas. Emphasizes current<br />

business math practices built on the foundation<br />

of mathematical problem solving.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: MAT-062<br />

Desktop Publishing 3<br />

> ADM-142<br />

Allows students to create professional-quality<br />

documents, such as one-page bulletins or short<br />

newsletters, using desktop publishing<br />

software. The student will also integrate text,<br />

graphic and image files previously created with<br />

a variety of application software.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: ADM-122 or<br />

BCA-135<br />

Business Communication 3<br />

> ADM-154<br />

Develops skills and knowledge needed for<br />

effective oral and written communication in<br />

business. Students demonstrate these skills<br />

through presentations, written correspondence<br />

and the development of an electronic<br />

employment portfolio. It is recommended that<br />

students take this course in their last semester.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: COM-710 and<br />

ADM-165, or ENG-105 or HCM-326<br />

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Office Concepts and Procedures 3<br />

> ADM-163<br />

Provides for an understanding of the concepts,<br />

terminology, skills and procedures needed for<br />

employment in an office. This course covers<br />

such topics as telephone and teleconference<br />

techniques, travel arrangements, meetings,<br />

mail and shipping services, ethics and<br />

professionalism, office supplies and other<br />

basic office information.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: COM-710 or<br />

ENG-105; Coreq: BCA-136, BCA-179, BCA-205<br />

Administrative Office Applications 3<br />

> ADM-164<br />

Integrates the skills, knowledge and personal<br />

qualities necessary for an administrative<br />

assistant to perform the operational and<br />

supervisory functions for today’s computerized<br />

office. Provides simulated office activities in a<br />

team environment using integrated software,<br />

problem-solving techniques and decisionmaking<br />

experiences with special emphasis on<br />

creativity, computer applications and<br />

professionalism.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ADM-163<br />

Note: This is a capstone course that utilizes<br />

software to complete a simulation. Teaching of<br />

the software is not done in this course.<br />

Information Processing 3<br />

> ADM-165<br />

Develops and applies oral, written and listening<br />

communication skills using a variety of tools in<br />

an individualized environment. Students learn<br />

to use transcription and voice recognition<br />

equipment in order to make formatting<br />

decisions while improving listening skills.<br />

Student learning outcomes focus on English,<br />

proofreading, editing and producing mailable<br />

documents.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: COM-710 or<br />

ENG-105; Coreq: BCA-136<br />

Electronic Records System 3<br />

> ADM-176<br />

Create, collect, process, maintain, retrieve, use,<br />

store, disseminate and dispose of records<br />

using an electronic records system. Student<br />

use the Windows environment to store records<br />

according to ARMA (Association of Records<br />

Managers and Administrators, Inc.) alphabetic<br />

rules. Numeric, geographic, and subject filing<br />

rules are explored. Students research and<br />

present up-to-date material on retention,<br />

retrieval and transfer of records.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

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Professionalism in the Workplace 2<br />

> ADM-257<br />

This course covers the various aspects of<br />

professionalism. Students complete five units<br />

of course work that focus on professional<br />

growth, professional organizations, success,<br />

professional image and research. Students<br />

create a professional growth plan, determine<br />

the value of professional organizations,<br />

develop success attributes, hone a professional<br />

image and research various career options.<br />

(2/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Independent Study 1<br />

> ADM-928<br />

Provides readings, papers and basic research<br />

or other projects under the individual guidance<br />

of a staff member.<br />

(1/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Note: Permission of instructor, dean<br />

AGA<br />

AG - AGRONOMY<br />

Principles of Agronomy 3<br />

> AGA-114<br />

Presents instruction in crop plant classification,<br />

use and identification. Also covers cropping<br />

systems, tillage methods, planting and<br />

harvesting methods, and crop growth patterns.<br />

A balance of theoretical and practical crop<br />

science.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Fundamentals of Soil Science 3<br />

> AGA-154<br />

Studies physical and chemical properties of<br />

soil, soil formation and classification. Also<br />

studies the essential plant nutrients and their<br />

availability in soil. Balances theoretical and<br />

practical aspects of soil fertility and includes<br />

soil testing and fertilizer products.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Fertilizer Management 3<br />

> AGA-170<br />

Covers principles of nutrient management as<br />

they relate to soil, plants, fertilizer practices,<br />

management systems and the environment.<br />

Discusses manure management plans,<br />

handling laws and how they impact farming<br />

operations.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Field Crop Harvesting and Drying 3<br />

> AGA-217<br />

Introduces the basics, theory and operation of<br />

combines and choppers with actual in-the-field<br />

adjustment and operation of machines.<br />

(1/4/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Crop Scouting 3<br />

> AGA-381<br />

Focuses on identification of pest problems in<br />

crops and on developing an integrated pest<br />

management program. Students learn to<br />

utilize economic thresholds in recommending<br />

control methods. Students also learn to<br />

prevent potential fertility, pest and<br />

environmental problems with crop production<br />

practices.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Special Projects 1<br />

> AGA-948<br />

Includes an agreed-to development plan for an<br />

applied problem solution. Students and<br />

instructor meet regularly for discussion,<br />

observation and evaluation of the project<br />

development.<br />

(1/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

AGB<br />

AG - FARM MANAGEMENT<br />

Intro to Ag Business 3<br />

> AGB-133<br />

Focuses on entrepreneurship in agribusiness.<br />

Includes the study of marketing, budgeting,<br />

financial statements, purchasing, business<br />

structure, customer relations and inventory<br />

control.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Agribusiness Procedures 3<br />

> AGB-251<br />

Reviews terminology used in agribusiness, the<br />

handling of money from sales, inventory<br />

control, customer credit control, business<br />

money management and basic double-entry<br />

bookkeeping.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Farm Business Management 3<br />

> AGB-330<br />

Applies farm accounting, economic principles<br />

and budgeting to the organization and<br />

management of a farm business. Includes risk<br />

and uncertainty, precautions and adjustments,<br />

size of business, capital acquisition and control,<br />

as well as crop, livestock, machinery and labor<br />

management considerations.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS . summer & <strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

Agricultural Selling 3<br />

> AGB-336<br />

Covers the fundamentals and techniques of<br />

successful selling, developing sales personality<br />

and the selling cycle. Practical application<br />

through sales presentation of the principles of<br />

selling using videotape as a self-evaluation<br />

device.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Agricultural Finance 3<br />

> AGB-466<br />

Emphasizes general principles associated with<br />

the evaluation of management and the use of<br />

capital in agricultural business. Application of<br />

effective use of credit and credit instruments,<br />

and description and analysis of agricultural<br />

credit institutions and agencies will be taught.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Farm Records, Accounts, Analysis 3<br />

> AGB-470<br />

Provides knowledge of methods of keeping<br />

farm records and accounts for farm and tax<br />

management uses. Students complete a record<br />

keeping project and prepare a cash flow<br />

budget, income statement and balance sheet.<br />

Uses double-entry procedures along with a<br />

farm accounting computer program.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

AGC<br />

AG - COMPREHENSIVE<br />

Ag Computer<br />

> AGC-103<br />

3<br />

Studies the use of personal microcomputers<br />

for processing firm and financial records.<br />

Emphasizes word processing, database<br />

management, spreadsheets, PowerPoint<br />

presentations and Internet use.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Ag Career Orientation 1<br />

> AGC-115<br />

Provides students with an overview of their<br />

chosen career field. Students identify areas of<br />

interest within the industry and make an<br />

educational plan to attain their career goals.<br />

Includes activities to assist students in<br />

adjusting to college life and exploring <strong>Kirkwood</strong><br />

opportunities.<br />

(1/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

66<br />

Mathematics I - Agriculture 3<br />

> AGC-130<br />

Provides the student with math skills relating to<br />

agricultural economics, agribusiness, animal<br />

science, agronomy and agricultural mechanics.<br />

Applies the basic math functions and basic<br />

algebra to practical agricultural situations.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Intro to Technical Chemistry 4<br />

> AGC-160<br />

Provides a background in general chemistry<br />

that enables students to succeed in clinical<br />

chemistry. The hands-on laboratory exercises<br />

allow students to learn physical chemical<br />

properties and work more efficiently in an<br />

industry laboratory.<br />

(3/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Employment Seminar 1<br />

> AGC-210<br />

Assists the student in planning and knowing<br />

the rules in employment internship. Includes<br />

current topics on resume writing, interviewing<br />

techniques and other job-hunting skills.<br />

(1/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Leadership in Agriculture<br />

> AGC-313<br />

1<br />

Develops skills in using parliamentary<br />

procedure, business meeting agendas,<br />

techniques of delegation, applied<br />

communication skills, organization structure<br />

and job-seeking skills. Includes determining<br />

cooperative activities, organization funding,<br />

committee functions and leading discussion<br />

groups.<br />

(1/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Issues in Agriculture 3<br />

> AGC-420<br />

Studies the policies and issues that affect<br />

American agriculture and rural society.<br />

Explores the methods of accessing those who<br />

form agricultural policy and economic/social<br />

systems. Focuses on agricultural/<br />

environmental laws, regulations and<br />

technologies driving current policymaking, and<br />

how they impact stakeholders in a rapidly<br />

changing agricultural economy. Prepares<br />

students to think critically within today’s global<br />

economy and changing workforce.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Internship 2–6<br />

> AGC-932<br />

Provides on-the-job training in an approved<br />

business establishment. Valuable learning<br />

experiences are structured by the program<br />

coordinator and the training sponsor.<br />

(0/0/0/8-24); ASE Code: B<br />

Note: Program coordinator approval<br />

AGE<br />

AG - EqUINE<br />

Total Fitness for the Rider 1<br />

> AGE-104<br />

Students learn basic principles and techniques<br />

in strength training and conditioning to help<br />

performance and communication with the<br />

horse. Critical elements of equestrian fitness to<br />

be covered include basic fitness program<br />

design, nutrition, various lifting techniques or<br />

modalities, flexibility, and cardiovascular<br />

fitness.<br />

(0/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Trail Riding 1–2<br />

> AGE-107<br />

Introduces factors that affect a horse on the<br />

trail such as laws, ride preparation, equipment,<br />

trail etiquette, application of reins, seat and<br />

anticipation.<br />

(0.5-1/1-2/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: AGE-109 or<br />

AGE-110<br />

Note: Permission of instructor and dean.<br />

Horsemanship I 3<br />

> AGE-108<br />

Introduction to the principles of horsemanship<br />

stressing horse care before and after riding, the<br />

initial seat position, elements of the seat,<br />

posting trot, coordination of the aids, turns and<br />

leads of the canter, as well as anatomical,<br />

physiological and psychological implications<br />

involved in riding.<br />

(1/4/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Intro to Basic Riding 2<br />

> AGE-110<br />

Provides applied instruction in developing the<br />

western rider and horse. Balanced-seat<br />

approach stressed; covers horse handling,<br />

grooming, haltering, leading, saddling, bridling<br />

and fundamentals of walk, jog and beginning<br />

lope.<br />

(1/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Horse Evaluation 3<br />

> AGE-121<br />

Provides information on horse conformation.<br />

Students can apply knowledge and develop<br />

their potential in judging horses by<br />

comparatively analyzing a class of horses.<br />

Students will cover anatomy and skeletal<br />

structure.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

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Equine Fitting and Grooming 3<br />

> AGE-169<br />

Applies actual feeding and care of the college’s<br />

horses under a practical management<br />

situation. Certain competency tests must be<br />

performed related to an efficient stable master<br />

schedule and the implementation of a schedule<br />

and the tasks related to such.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Health/Performance Mgmt of the<br />

Horse 3<br />

> AGE-170<br />

Discusses and identifies the conformation of<br />

the horse, the respiratory, digestive, nervous<br />

and circulatory systems, plus skeletal and<br />

muscle structure. Relates causes and<br />

prevention of economically important horse<br />

diseases. Current state and federal regulations<br />

are also described. This course is generally<br />

taught by a veterinarian.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Equine Facilities Maint/Mechanics<br />

> AGE-185<br />

2<br />

Establishes basic understanding and<br />

manipulative skills related to facility<br />

maintenance. Deals with the fundamentals of<br />

farm carpentry, fences, concrete, buildings,<br />

stalls, plumbing, electricity and general<br />

upkeep. Competency base is stressed.<br />

(1/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Equine Anatomy & Physiology 2<br />

> AGE-209<br />

Beginning anatomy and physiology with<br />

veterinary equine clinical emphasis. Provides<br />

the basis for a study of conformation,<br />

production and pathological process of<br />

diseases in horses.<br />

(0/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Equine Business Management II 3<br />

> AGE-212<br />

Applies the necessary steps in becoming a<br />

horse business owner from investing, licenses<br />

and tax benefits. Other areas covered include<br />

marketing, insurance, buying and selling,<br />

employees and independent contractors,<br />

pedigree or performance records, and IRS<br />

information.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

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Mgmt of the Racing Thoroughbred 1<br />

> AGE-213<br />

Identifies the techniques of managing the<br />

thoroughbred racehorse. Describes the basic<br />

care of the thoroughbred including feeding,<br />

veterinary, farrier and conditioning practices.<br />

Identifies special techniques, which include<br />

taking temperature, pulse, respiration, X-rays,<br />

blood counts and pre-race preparation.<br />

Interpretation and analysis of thoroughbred<br />

pedigrees and racetrack operations are taught.<br />

Some course time may be spent at a racetrack.<br />

(0.5/1/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Training I 3<br />

> AGE-230<br />

Introduces initial horse training principles and<br />

techniques. Emphasizes natural horsemanship<br />

theory and practice.<br />

(0/6/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: AGE-109, AGE-172<br />

Note: Grades in prerequisite courses must be B<br />

or higher<br />

Horse Shows 4<br />

> AGE-252<br />

Identifies and applies necessary requirements<br />

to prepare and show a horse, and includes<br />

instruction and participation in setting up and<br />

conducting a horse show. Students may<br />

actually show in available horse shows.<br />

(1/6/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Intro to Farrier Science 1<br />

> AGE-260<br />

Presents basic hoof preparation and trimming<br />

concepts. Students study current hoof status<br />

(before and after), foot and leg problems, and<br />

methods of correction. Stresses applied lab<br />

technique, with forge work available.<br />

(0.5/1/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Legs and Hoof 3<br />

> AGE-261<br />

Provides instruction on the care and condition<br />

of horses’ legs and feet, and covers basic<br />

concepts of correct preparation and shoeing of<br />

a horse, foot unsoundness, leg problems, and<br />

methods of correction by proper trimming and<br />

shoeing. Includes the examination of stance,<br />

gaits, unsoundness, breed requirements,<br />

methods of restraint, and types of corrective<br />

shoes and how they function.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Equestrian Drill Team 2<br />

> AGE-270<br />

Riders and horses are developed into a working<br />

unit of two or more drill teams. Western<br />

balance seat is stressed with work on<br />

maneuvers, routine and patterns.<br />

Horsemanship is taught to improve<br />

communication between horse and rider.<br />

Historical study of where and how the<br />

maneuvers were used in cavalry units of Iowa<br />

is included.<br />

(1/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Horse Projects 1<br />

> AGE-290<br />

A preplanned schedule for discussion,<br />

observation and evaluation of the horse project<br />

is developed. Covers athletic performance of<br />

the horse, training and environmental effects,<br />

and use of records. Management of facilities<br />

and other horse projects are stressed. Includes<br />

an agreed-to development plan for an applied<br />

problem solution.<br />

(1/0/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: AGE-230<br />

AGF<br />

AG - FLORAL<br />

Floral Plant Identification/Care I 2<br />

> AGF-120<br />

Studies identification, care and handling<br />

requirements of cut flowers and foliages and<br />

green and blooming plants commonly sold in<br />

retail flower shops.<br />

(1/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Floral Careers Computer Literacy 2<br />

> AGF-130<br />

Introduces students to applications for<br />

computers in the floral industry and computer<br />

use for assignments in the Floral Careers<br />

program. Topics include operating systems,<br />

MS Word, hardware and software, terminology,<br />

functions, applications, Windows, spreadsheets<br />

and Internet. Designed for the student with<br />

little or no computer experience. Self-paced.<br />

(1/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Floral Design I 3<br />

> AGF-140<br />

Introduces basic geometric design of fresh<br />

arrangements, corsages, Christmas<br />

arrangements, funeral flowers, potted plants<br />

and green planters. Includes use of tools and<br />

supplies.<br />

(1/4/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS . summer & <strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

Floral Design III 3<br />

> AGF-144<br />

Involves advanced all-occasion and wedding<br />

designing, including table setting and copy<br />

work.<br />

(1/4/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: AGF-142<br />

Retail Flower Shop Operation I 3<br />

> AGF-150<br />

Introduces the florist business, floral product<br />

sales, general selling and efficient shop layout.<br />

Studies the processing of floral orders,<br />

terminology and telephone procedures.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Retail Flower Shop Operation III<br />

> AGF-154<br />

2<br />

Analyzes the floral business as a center of<br />

employment, personnel policies, shop<br />

management and operations.<br />

(2/0/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: AGF-150, AGF-152<br />

Event Planning I 1<br />

> AGF-160<br />

Introduces the career of an event planner.<br />

Includes characteristics of an event planner,<br />

organizing the business, marketing and<br />

networking. Students plan, produce and<br />

successfully execute special events.<br />

(.5/1/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Event Planning III<br />

> AGF-164<br />

3<br />

Emphasizes instruction and practical<br />

experience in event planning, including event<br />

planning management, contract negotiation,<br />

visual presentation, and marketing and<br />

advertising special events. Students plan,<br />

produce and successfully execute special<br />

events.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: AGF-162<br />

68<br />

AGH<br />

AG - HORTICULTURE<br />

Horticulture Math<br />

> AGH-102<br />

3<br />

Reviews basic math calculations including<br />

math operations, fractions, decimals,<br />

introductory algebra and geometry. Relates<br />

math problems to horticulture applications.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Success in Horticulture 1<br />

> AGH-110<br />

Acquaints students with critical issues relevant<br />

to horticulture, and provides information, skills<br />

and opportunities to be successful in the<br />

program, as well as their chosen career.<br />

Encourages students to stay engaged in their<br />

educational experience, both in and outside<br />

the classroom. This class is a source for both<br />

personal and academic growth, where<br />

students can develop lasting relationships and<br />

acquire skills to help them in making difficult<br />

choices.<br />

(1/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Intro to Turfgrass Management 3<br />

> AGH-112<br />

Examines the culture of turf with an emphasis<br />

placed on establishments, turf varieties, and<br />

pest identification and control.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Herbaceous Plant Materials<br />

> AGH-120<br />

3<br />

Studies the identification and cultural<br />

requirements of approximately 40 annual and<br />

40 herbaceous perennial plants. Includes bed<br />

establishment and care.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Woody Plant Materials 3<br />

> AGH-123<br />

Develops skills in the identification, landscape<br />

use and cultural requirements of 80 varieties of<br />

deciduous trees and shrubs native to Iowa, as<br />

well as conifers used in windbreak and wildlife<br />

plantings.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Ornamental Plant Materials 3<br />

> AGH-127<br />

Studies the identification, landscape use and<br />

cultural requirements of 80 ornamental trees,<br />

shrubs and vines.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: AGH-123<br />

Note: Second-year student<br />

Equipment Operations 3<br />

> AGH-141<br />

Introduces the student to basic equipment<br />

maintenance, operation and troubleshooting.<br />

Provides a working knowledge of equipment<br />

used in the horticulture industry.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Landscape Construction and Design 3<br />

> AGH-144<br />

Involves the construction of landscape paving,<br />

concrete, retaining walls, basic wood<br />

construction, basic electrical and plumbing.<br />

Also covered are calculations necessary to<br />

order materials and bid procedures.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Landscape Design Techniques 3<br />

> AGH-152<br />

Provides information and practice in basic<br />

graphic communication and introductory<br />

landscape design. Topics covered include use<br />

of scales, basic drafting, landscape symbols,<br />

design process, master planning, design with<br />

plant material and cost estimating.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Computer Apps/Landscape Industry 2<br />

> AGH-158<br />

Introduces students to software used in the<br />

landscape, nursery, garden center fields.<br />

Students will learn new applications of<br />

Microsoft Office programs with an emphasis<br />

on marketing, inventory control, and customer<br />

relations. Some design software is also used<br />

including both two-dimensional (plan view)<br />

designing and photo imagery.<br />

(1/2/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: AGH-152<br />

Note: Demonstrated computer competence<br />

Irrigation Installation and Repair 2<br />

> AGH-165<br />

Develops skills in the areas of irrigation system<br />

installation and repair. Topics covered include<br />

trenching and installation of irrigation pipe,<br />

heads, valves, and controls; system<br />

troubleshooting; and minor system repair.<br />

(1/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Note: Second-year student.<br />

Plant Propagation I 3<br />

> AGH-233<br />

Introduces students to techniques used in<br />

reproducing plants through sexual and asexual<br />

methods. Seedlings, vegetative cuttings, grafts<br />

and buddings are practiced in the laboratory.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Note: Second-year student<br />

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Plant Material Maintenance 3<br />

> AGH-236<br />

Studies pruning, fertilizing, staking and other<br />

maintenance practices utilized in tree and<br />

shrub care. Emphasis is placed on proper<br />

planting and transplanting procedures.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Soil and Water Conservation 3<br />

> AGH-238<br />

Studies the different components of soil, soil<br />

forming factors, soil erosion and soil<br />

conservation. Introduces the student to<br />

surveying techniques and use of soil survey<br />

reports.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Insects and Diseases 3<br />

> AGH-253<br />

Identifies common insects and diseases of<br />

horticulture crops and plant material. Control<br />

measures are discussed including chemical<br />

controls and integrated pest management.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Commercial Plant Production 3<br />

> AGH-275<br />

Covers production of greenhouse plants,<br />

nursery plants and nursery operations.<br />

Involves design, management, and harvesting<br />

for field and container growing operations.<br />

Also surveys related growing operations.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Note: Second-year student.<br />

Botany for Horticulture 2<br />

> AGH-279<br />

Examines basic plant material anatomy,<br />

physiology and taxonomy. Emphasis is placed<br />

on plant material used in landscape and turf<br />

fields.<br />

(2/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Pesticide App Cert-Horticulture 1<br />

> AGH-282<br />

Reviews materials and testing procedures used<br />

to certify pesticide applicators. Concentration<br />

is provided on core testing.<br />

(1/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Athletic Field Maintenance 3<br />

> AGH-400<br />

Involves the design, preparation, and<br />

maintenance of athletic fields for various<br />

sports. Includes the study of various playing<br />

surfaces, drainage systems and specialized<br />

equipment used on athletic fields. Course<br />

includes field trips to local athletic complexes.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: AGH-112<br />

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Golf Course Maintenance 3<br />

> AGH-405<br />

Involves the theory of design, installation and<br />

maintenance of specialized turf and other areas<br />

commonly found on golf courses. Student is<br />

provided with experience maintaining an oncampus<br />

golf green, fairway and tee. Course<br />

includes field trips to local golf courses.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: AGH-112<br />

Note: Second-year student<br />

Grounds Computer Applications<br />

> AGH-411<br />

2<br />

Covers uses of computers in the grounds and<br />

golf course fields. Emphasis is on introductory<br />

irrigation design/management, business<br />

management and grounds course<br />

management software.<br />

(1/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Note: Second-year student<br />

AGM<br />

AG - MECHANICS<br />

Hydraulics I<br />

> AGM-113<br />

3<br />

Introduces the basic laws and theories of fluid<br />

power. Includes operation and testing of<br />

pumps, valves, cylinders and motors<br />

commonly found in vehicles and equipment.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Tech Procedures/Power Mech Tech 3<br />

> AGM-124<br />

Identifies the general knowledge and<br />

procedures used by power technicians. Covers<br />

tool selection, general shop safety, fire safety<br />

and forklift operation.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Combine Operation & Adjustment<br />

> AGM-403<br />

2<br />

Introduces combine operation and safety.<br />

Includes hands-on, in-the-field machine<br />

operation and adjustment.<br />

(1/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Combine Servicing 4<br />

> AGM-404<br />

Emphasizes repairing and reconditioning<br />

combines and chopper units. Includes basic<br />

hydraulic, electric, power train, monitor, and<br />

chassis adjustments.<br />

(0/8/0/0); ASE Code: B; Coreq: AGM-403<br />

Ag Engines 3<br />

> AGM-405<br />

Introduces diesel engines commonly used in<br />

the ag industry. The design of engine<br />

components and subassemblies is examined<br />

with an emphasis on why certain design<br />

features are used. Correct procedures for<br />

testing and servicing ag engines are explained<br />

and demonstrated.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: DSL-355<br />

Fundamentals of Air Conditioning 2<br />

> AGM-414<br />

Provides a comprehensive introduction to air<br />

conditioning in diesel powered vehicles.<br />

Students gain a basic understanding of theory,<br />

diagnostic practices and procedures essential<br />

to air conditioning servicing.<br />

(1/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Diesel Fuel Systems 4<br />

> AGM-422<br />

Covers diesel fuel systems in relation to the<br />

engine itself. Diagnosis and testing or<br />

troubleshooting take place using special<br />

testing tools. Particular fundamentals are<br />

covered in compression testing, pump timing,<br />

engine component testing, and injector<br />

removal testing and repair.<br />

(2/4/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: DSL-355<br />

Power Shift Transmissions 3<br />

> AGM-440<br />

Covers operation, theory, diagnosis and<br />

overhaul of fluid-driven equipment. Includes<br />

power shift, hydrostatic- and hydraulic-assist<br />

transmissions. Also includes torque converters.<br />

(1.5/3/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: AGM-406<br />

Internship 1–5<br />

> AGM-932<br />

Involves employment allowing the student<br />

practical, on-the-job training with a business<br />

related to the student’s instructional program.<br />

Student is required to prepare a training plan<br />

and other reports.<br />

(0/0/0/4); ASE Code: B<br />

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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS . summer & <strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

AGN<br />

NAT RESOURCES/FOREST<br />

Plant Management for Parks 3<br />

> AGN-132<br />

Emphasizes the establishment and<br />

maintenance of plant materials typically<br />

encountered in state, county and city park<br />

systems. Covers establishment procedures<br />

and proper maintenance practices for basic turf<br />

species, trees, shrubs and groundcovers<br />

utilized in park systems. Focuses on<br />

maintenance practices including mowing,<br />

pruning, fertilization, pest control and proper<br />

plant placement.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Plants of the Wild 3<br />

> AGN-140<br />

Identifies plant materials existing in natural<br />

woodlands, roadsides and prairies. Special<br />

emphasis is placed on prairie forbs.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Note: Second-year student<br />

Avian Wildlife 3<br />

> AGN-220<br />

Includes training in identification and<br />

management of nesting and game birds of the<br />

upper Midwest. Environmental requirements<br />

and relationships are included.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Note: Second-year student<br />

Aquatic Wildlife 3<br />

> AGN-223<br />

Studies the identification of fish, amphibians<br />

and reptiles native to Iowa. Emphasis is placed<br />

on habitat requirements and management<br />

concerns.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Note: Second-year student<br />

Mammalian Wildlife 3<br />

> AGN-226<br />

Provides training in identification and<br />

management of upper Midwest mammals.<br />

Environmental requirements and relationships<br />

are stressed.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Note: Second-year student<br />

Wildlife Management 3<br />

> AGN-244<br />

Students learn proper wildlife management<br />

through carefully planned and maintained<br />

reserves, preserves and refuges. Management<br />

techniques presented include those for game,<br />

non-game and aquatic animals.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Note: Second-year student<br />

70<br />

Natural Resources Appreciation 3<br />

> AGN-248<br />

Surveys the nonliving natural resources of<br />

Iowa. Examines how park and recreation<br />

agencies integrate these resources into their<br />

overall programs.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Note: Second-year student<br />

Park Maintenance Programs<br />

> AGN-250<br />

3<br />

Includes development and analysis of<br />

maintenance programs for buildings,<br />

campgrounds, lake areas and related<br />

recreational facilities.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Note: Second-year student<br />

Wildland Firefighter Training 3<br />

> AGN-260<br />

Covers the four training segments required for<br />

wildland firefighter certification: S-130 reviews<br />

basic wildland firefighting skills, S-190 studies<br />

fire behavior and the environmental factors<br />

that affect fire behavior, L-180 addresses human<br />

factors on the fireline, and I-100 studies the<br />

wildland firefighting management system.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

AGP<br />

AG - PRECISION AG<br />

Intro to GPS 3<br />

> AGP-329<br />

Studies fundamental processes of Global<br />

Positioning Systems with an emphasis on<br />

agriculture applications. General technical<br />

aspects of GPS satellites, differential correction<br />

and hardware will be covered. Agricultural<br />

mapping, navigation, VRT and yield monitoring<br />

will be discussed.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Precision Farming Systems 3<br />

> AGP-333<br />

Provides a background in the tools of precision<br />

farming, GPS, GIS and VRT. Introductory use of<br />

each of these tools in a precision farming<br />

system and how they are applied on the farm<br />

are covered. Hands-on activities with local data<br />

will provide a practical experience in the use of<br />

these tools.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Geospatial Data Collection 3<br />

> AGP-420<br />

Provides detailed instruction and hands-on use<br />

of GPS receivers and dataloggers to collect<br />

field data. The process for creating spatial data<br />

structure, maintenance of equipment and use<br />

of datalogging software is the main focus. Data<br />

management and evaluation are also covered.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Adv Precision Farming Systems 3<br />

> AGP-434<br />

Provides an overview of GPS and GIS<br />

technology, their uses on modern U.S. crop<br />

farms, and how they impact management<br />

decisions and activities.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: AGP-333<br />

Adv Precision Farm Sys-Software 3<br />

> AGP-435<br />

Introduces various precision farming software<br />

in real-world applications. Focuses on initial<br />

setup, creating management and production<br />

lists, saving and unloading data cards,<br />

processing field data, and compiling reports<br />

and prescription/application maps.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: AGP-333<br />

Ag Applications of Digital Imagery 3<br />

> AGP-440<br />

Provides background in the use of remotely<br />

sensed digital imagery for agricultural decision<br />

making. Specific topics include types of<br />

images, methods of collecting imagery,<br />

verification, interpretation and analysis of data.<br />

Use of data for decision making is also<br />

discussed.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

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AGS<br />

AG - ANIMAL SCIENCE<br />

Survey of the Animal Industry 3<br />

> AGS-113<br />

Breeds, basic management and marketing of<br />

farm animals. Composition, evaluation and<br />

marketing of animal products. Includes live<br />

animal demonstrations with cattle for meat and<br />

milk, horses, poultry, sheep and swine.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Domestic Animal Physiology 3<br />

> AGS-214<br />

Studies the comparative anatomy and<br />

physiology of the major body systems of cattle,<br />

sheep, swine and horses. Includes laboratory<br />

exercises involving physiology and anatomy of<br />

animals in healthy and diseased states.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Domestic Animal Physiology Lab 1<br />

> AGS-220<br />

Uses laboratory exercises to compare the<br />

anatomy and physiology of animals in healthy<br />

and diseased states.<br />

(0/2/0/0); ASE Code: A; Coreq: AGS-214<br />

Livestock Evaluation 3<br />

> AGS-305<br />

Examines the selection of breeding and meat<br />

animals based upon performance and visual<br />

appraisal. Students will use <strong>Kirkwood</strong> farm<br />

laboratory livestock and may include offcampus<br />

assignments.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Professional Horse Judging 1<br />

> AGS-307<br />

Examines the selection of breeding and show<br />

horses based on conformation and<br />

performance. Field trips and off-campus<br />

evaluation provide judging experiences for<br />

students. Oral reasons and judge certification<br />

process are covered. Students compete at<br />

intercollegiate contests.<br />

(0/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Animal Nutrition 3<br />

> AGS-319<br />

This course covers nutritional principles,<br />

digestive systems, composition and nutritional<br />

characteristics of common feedstuffs, ration<br />

formulation, and recommended feeding<br />

programs for farm animals.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

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Livestock Behavior and Welfare 5<br />

> AGS-338<br />

Studies applications of basic animal behavior<br />

principles to ensure optimum performance<br />

and well-being. The course examines the<br />

effects of environment, stress, disease and<br />

nutrition on animal physiology and<br />

performance.<br />

(2/6/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: AGS-113, AGS-214<br />

Swine Reproduction and Mgmt 5<br />

> AGS-530<br />

Recognizes swine reproductive characteristics<br />

and reproductive functions of swine breeding<br />

stock, and identifies type and confirmation<br />

necessary for economic production. Also deals<br />

with breeds, breeding programs, breeding<br />

systems, including A.I., and appropriate<br />

management techniques.<br />

(2/6/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Beef Breeding/Reprod/Nutrition 5<br />

> AGS-550<br />

Studies the anatomy and physiology of the<br />

female and male reproductive systems.<br />

Develops an understanding of proper use of<br />

heat synchronization, A.I., super ovulation,<br />

embryo transplants and new developments in<br />

biotechnology. Also deals with health,<br />

heritability and nutritional problems.<br />

(3/4/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Beef Industry and Feedlot Mgmt 5<br />

> AGS-560<br />

Presents an overview and introduction to the<br />

entire beef industry. Relates and applies<br />

methods of starting cattle on feed and fall<br />

management of weaned calves. Deals with<br />

feedlot budgeting, determination of 205-day<br />

weights, ratios and fall management of the<br />

beef cow herd.<br />

(3/4/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Special Projects 1<br />

> AGS-948<br />

Includes an agreed-to development plan for an<br />

applied problem solution. Allows student to<br />

pursue exploration and fact gathering of<br />

special-interest projects. Student and instructor<br />

meet weekly for discussion, observation and<br />

evaluation of the project development.<br />

(1/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

AGV<br />

AG - VET TECH<br />

Intro to Veterinary Science 3<br />

> AGV-103<br />

Studies the comparative anatomy and<br />

physiology of the major body systems of<br />

domestic animals and how anatomy and<br />

physiology are altered in disease states.<br />

Examines the effects of environment, stress,<br />

disease and nutrition on animal physiology<br />

and well-being.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Animal Behavior/Kennel Mgmt 5<br />

> AGV-105<br />

Studies basic animal behavior and the<br />

influences that modify behavior and kennel<br />

management including laws, records and daily<br />

operation of kennels. Practical experience is<br />

included.<br />

(3/4/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Veterinary Medical Terminology 1<br />

> AGV-120<br />

Focuses on reading and interpreting medical<br />

charts and records, and conversing with<br />

veterinary professionals. Designed for students<br />

to develop a working understanding of the<br />

language of veterinary medicine.<br />

(1/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Animal Anatomy and Physiology I 3<br />

> AGV-126<br />

Beginning anatomy and physiology with<br />

veterinary clinical emphasis. Provides the basis<br />

for study of conformation, production and<br />

pathological processes of diseases of dogs,<br />

cats, horses, sheep, goats, cattle, swine and<br />

laboratory animals.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Animal Anatomy and Physiology II<br />

> AGV-127<br />

4<br />

Studies anatomy and physiologic principles of<br />

domestic animals. Continuation of<br />

physiological principles in Animal Anatomy<br />

and Physiology I.<br />

(4/0/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: AGV-126<br />

Math for Vet Tech 3<br />

> AGV-142<br />

Covers pharmaceutical mathematics with an<br />

emphasis on dosage calculations and fluid<br />

therapy as related to veterinary medicine.<br />

Course is open to Vet Tech students only.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS . summer & <strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

Fund of Small Animal Nutrition 3<br />

> AGV-144<br />

Covers essential nutrients and the roles of each<br />

in an animal’s metabolism, with an emphasis<br />

on the nutritional management of dogs and<br />

cats. Basic clinical and therapeutic nutrition are<br />

covered in depth. Includes analysis of many<br />

commercial pet foods.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: AGV-126, AGV-127<br />

Veterinary Computer Applications 2<br />

> AGV-152<br />

Introduces the student to computer software<br />

commonly used in veterinary practice.<br />

Students will become proficient in the use of<br />

Microsoft Office software and software used in<br />

the routine management of veterinary records.<br />

(2/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Vet Reception/Admin Skills 3<br />

> AGV-153<br />

Gives the student the skills necessary to<br />

function as a receptionist in a veterinary<br />

hospital. Focuses on telephone techniques,<br />

medical records, legal aspects of veterinary<br />

medical records, vaccination protocols, client<br />

communication, dealing with death and<br />

euthanasia, the admittance and discharge of<br />

patients, financial aspects of veterinary practice<br />

and basic practice management principles.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Shelter Admin/Computer Apps<br />

> AGV-155<br />

3<br />

Introduces computer software commonly used<br />

in animal-related businesses. Highlights<br />

Microsoft Office software and software<br />

packages used in the routine management of<br />

animal shelter and animal control record<br />

keeping. Stresses front office procedures, and<br />

reception and client relations skills.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Veterinary Law and Ethics 3<br />

> AGV-158<br />

Discusses moral, ethical and legal principles<br />

applicable to veterinarians and their<br />

employees, breeders, kennel operators, pet<br />

groomers and others allied to the small animal<br />

industry. Considers state, local and federal<br />

regulations relating to the industry. Effective<br />

client relations and telephone courtesy skills<br />

are also stressed.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

72<br />

Animal Nursing II 3<br />

> AGV-162<br />

Continuation of Animal Nursing I. Covers<br />

foundation material in pre- and post-surgical<br />

care, surgical assisting, fluid therapy, dental<br />

prophylaxis, anesthesiology, clinical pharmacy<br />

and basic nursing skills. Clinic and hospital<br />

record keeping are covered with an introduction<br />

to practical radiology.<br />

(0/6/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: AGV-140, AGV-161,<br />

AGC-932<br />

Veterinary Clinic Pathology II 3<br />

> AGV-168<br />

Basic clinical pathology laboratory procedures<br />

including specimen collection and<br />

preservation, hematology, and fecal exam<br />

preparation. Hematology will include<br />

preparation and performance of PCV, Hb, WBC,<br />

RBC counts, preparation and staining blood<br />

smears, and performance of differential cell<br />

counts. Limited to Veterinary Technician<br />

students.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: AGV-167, AGC-932<br />

Small Animal/Cage Bird Medicine 4<br />

> AGV-175<br />

Common and significant diseases of<br />

companion and laboratory animals. Diseases<br />

affecting birds and small animals with<br />

emphasis on etiology, clinical symptoms,<br />

treatment and prevention.<br />

(3/2/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: AGV-140<br />

Large Animal Welfare 3<br />

> AGV-195<br />

Discusses livestock husbandry, handling and<br />

nutrition from an animal welfare and animal<br />

control perspective. Includes major breed<br />

identification and characteristics, behavior<br />

traits, humane handling techniques and<br />

appropriate housing for cattle, horses, sheep,<br />

swine and camelids.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Euthanasia Technician 1<br />

> AGV-196<br />

Introduces acceptable methods of euthanasia<br />

based on the AVMA’s current guidelines.<br />

Presents restraint techniques, administration of<br />

selected euthanasia agents, as well as proper<br />

handling, record keeping and storage of<br />

euthanasia agents. Develops techniques for<br />

recognizing and coping with stress and<br />

burnout related to euthanasia. Covers laws<br />

relating to controlled substances and animal<br />

disposal. Successful completion of the course<br />

will earn the student certification as a<br />

Euthanasia Technician.<br />

(.5/1/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Note: Enrollment limited to Humane Officer<br />

Training and Veterinary Technology students<br />

Pet Grooming I 1.5<br />

> AGV-201<br />

Emphasis on health care and basics of cats and<br />

dogs, introduction to grooming equipment and<br />

handling.<br />

(0.5/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Pet Grooming II<br />

> AGV-202<br />

1.5<br />

Covers terriers, terrier patterns and<br />

terminology. Perfecting basics and feline<br />

grooming. Building confidence.<br />

(0.5/2/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: AGV-201<br />

Pet Grooming III 1.5<br />

> AGV-203<br />

Introduces the student to poodle patterns and<br />

mixed breeds. Teaches the use of clippers,<br />

scissoring and finishing the groom.<br />

(0.5/2/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: AGV-202<br />

Pet Grooming IV 1.5<br />

> AGV-204<br />

Develops basic skills for entry-level<br />

employment. Covers all breed grooming and<br />

various business aspects of the grooming<br />

industry. Reviews Level I through III and<br />

finishing techniques.<br />

(0.5/2/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: AGV-203<br />

ANT<br />

ANTHROPOLOGY<br />

Cultural Anthropology 3<br />

> ANT-105<br />

Explores what it means to be human. A<br />

comparative, holistic study of group life in<br />

various cultures is undertaken. Selected<br />

aspects of physical and cultural anthropology<br />

perspectives provide the basis for these crosscultural<br />

examinations.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Honors Project 1<br />

> ANT-924<br />

Allows a qualified honors student to pursue a<br />

special concentration of study under the<br />

guidance of a faculty member. Requires<br />

completion of an honors project contract. May<br />

be taken more than once.<br />

(1/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Note: Requires approval of supervising professor<br />

and dean<br />

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APP<br />

APPAREL MERCHANDISING<br />

Apparel Visual Merchandising 3<br />

> APP-120<br />

Offers basic instruction in display construction,<br />

the relationship of display to the total<br />

promotional program, the role of the visual<br />

merchandiser, elements of display design,<br />

construction materials and merchandise<br />

selection. Students have an opportunity to<br />

create merchandise displays.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Principles of Fashion Merch<br />

> APP-130<br />

3<br />

Provides a historical and evolutionary<br />

introduction to the field of fashion<br />

merchandising: sociological, psychological<br />

and economic aspects of fashion; fashion<br />

terminology, fashion cycles; and current<br />

practices in fashion retailing.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Fashion History 3<br />

> APP-140<br />

Covers the development of costumes and<br />

accessories as a part of a socioeconomic and<br />

cultural force from ancient times to the present<br />

and its relationship to contemporary fashion<br />

trends.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Apparel Textiles 3<br />

> APP-210<br />

Studies basic fiber properties, yarn processing,<br />

fabric construction and fabric finishes. Fabric<br />

qualities are analyzed in relation to factors of<br />

design, strength, durability and serviceability.<br />

Directed laboratory activities provided.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong> . summer & <strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> . COURSE DESCRIPTIONS<br />

ART<br />

ART<br />

Art Appreciation 3<br />

> ART-101<br />

Provides an overview of art from a historical,<br />

contemporary and aesthetic frame of reference.<br />

Recommended for non-Art majors.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Drawing 3<br />

> ART-133<br />

Introduces analysis of visual form and<br />

principles of responsive drawing. Includes<br />

perspective, chiaroscuro and figure drawing.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Drawing II<br />

> ART-134<br />

3<br />

Continues skills begun in Drawing. Emphasis<br />

on figure drawing from model, various media.<br />

Emphasizes development of personal<br />

expression and portfolio.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ART-133<br />

Painting 3<br />

> ART-143<br />

Introduces oil or acrylic painting. Emphasizes<br />

canvas preparation, composition and<br />

craftsmanship.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Painting II 3<br />

> ART-144<br />

Builds on skills learned in Painting with<br />

emphasis on development of independent<br />

aesthetic judgments.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ART-143<br />

Printmaking<br />

> ART-157<br />

3<br />

Introduces intaglio, relief and stencil<br />

printmaking processes and composition.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Printmaking II 3<br />

> ART-158<br />

Continues technical development in relief and<br />

intaglio techniques; aesthetics stressed.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ART-157<br />

Sculpture<br />

> ART-163<br />

3<br />

Introduces techniques and concepts of<br />

sculpture using materials such as metal, glass,<br />

clay, wood, and plaster.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Sculpture II 3<br />

> ART-164<br />

Continues the exploration of techniques and<br />

concepts of sculptural form. Assignments are<br />

geared for progressive development in the<br />

individual’s ability.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ART-163<br />

Sculpture III 3<br />

> ART-165<br />

Continues the exploration and development of<br />

techniques and concepts of sculptural form.<br />

Assignments are geared for progressive<br />

development of the individual’s ability. May be<br />

repeated once for credit.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ART-164<br />

Ceramics 3<br />

> ART-173<br />

Introduces wheel-thrown forms and handbuilding<br />

forms. Students examine methods of<br />

working with clay.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Ceramics II 3<br />

> ART-174<br />

Continues the development of wheel-throwing<br />

and hand-building skills. Assignments are<br />

geared for progressive development of the<br />

individual’s ability.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ART-173<br />

Ceramics III 3<br />

> ART-175<br />

Continues the development of wheel-throwing<br />

and hand-building skills gained in Ceramics II.<br />

Assignments are geared for progressive<br />

development of the individual’s ability. May be<br />

repeated once for credit.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ART-174<br />

Photography<br />

> ART-184<br />

3<br />

Provides aesthetic, ethical and philosophical<br />

frameworks used in understanding the<br />

historical and contemporary worlds of<br />

photography. Focuses on both film and digital<br />

cameras. Highlights principles and elements of<br />

design and photographic composition.<br />

Photographs are created in a traditional and<br />

contemporary setting for portfolio and display.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Digital Photography 3<br />

> ART-186<br />

Develops familiarity and proficiency with<br />

digital cameras, computers and printers.<br />

Studies technical and aesthetic issues in visual<br />

communication and digital image capture/<br />

presentation. Students complete presentations,<br />

critiques online, portfolio and displays.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS . summer & <strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

Art History I 3<br />

> ART-203<br />

Introduces the history of art chronologically,<br />

from the prehistoric period in Europe to the<br />

early Renaissance. Cultivates a meaningful<br />

recognition of different styles, concepts and<br />

concerns through an analysis of selected<br />

paintings, sculpture, architecture and other<br />

mediums. Emphasizes the thematic issues<br />

prevalent in various time periods and<br />

geographic/cultural areas. Examines<br />

interpretation, concepts, theories, and<br />

comparison of styles and techniques through<br />

readings, visual presentations, lecture and<br />

discussion.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Ceramics IV 3<br />

> ART-220<br />

Provides opportunity for students to do<br />

advanced individual projects in sculptural and<br />

functional ceramics. Assignments are geared<br />

for progressive development of the individual’s<br />

ability. Technical awareness of glaze materials,<br />

glaze formulation, firing techniques and studio<br />

operations are covered. Specific objectives are<br />

individualized and recorded in a contract<br />

signed by instructor and student. May be<br />

repeated for credit.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ART-175<br />

Intermediate Digital Photography 3<br />

> ART-223<br />

Improves proficiency with digital SLR cameras,<br />

computer applications and printing. Students<br />

build on technical and aesthetic issues in visual<br />

communication and digital image concept,<br />

capture and presentation. Students explore<br />

RAW format digital processing and digital<br />

photo management applications. Strongly<br />

emphasizes digital manipulation.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ART-186<br />

Projects in Photography 1<br />

> ART-290<br />

Studies photography as a way to communicate<br />

or make art. Students propose a personal<br />

project that can be created in traditional or<br />

digital capture. Work is displayed and weekly<br />

meetings mark progress on student project.<br />

(0/2/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Design Fundamentals 3<br />

> ART-301<br />

Introduces design concepts and fundamental<br />

skills through studio exercises. Explores design<br />

elements such as shape, value, texture, color,<br />

line, space and mass. Students generate<br />

creative ideas and employ a variety of media<br />

and materials to gain visual sensitivity through<br />

practical experience.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

74<br />

Jewelry: Metalsmithing I 3<br />

> ART-405<br />

Introduces contemporary and traditional<br />

metalworking techniques and concepts,<br />

including the construction of small metal forms<br />

with a sculptural approach. The emphasis is on<br />

basic fabrication and manipulation methods.<br />

This class consists of group and individual<br />

demonstrations, discussions, and critiques.<br />

Slide lectures, visiting artists, reading and<br />

project assignments as well as discussions of<br />

current trends in the metals and craft fields will<br />

be covered. Demonstrations will include sheet<br />

metal fabrication, hammer forming, hydraulic<br />

die forming, soldering, riveting, repousse,<br />

etching, stone setting and patinations. Projects<br />

include the creation of jewelry, flatware, and<br />

other functional and non-functional objects<br />

using metals or other materials.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Jewelry: Metalsmithing II 3<br />

> ART-407<br />

Investigates contemporary and traditional<br />

metalworking techniques and concepts,<br />

including the construction of small metal forms<br />

with a sculptural approach. The emphasis is on<br />

basic fabrication, manipulation, and casting<br />

methods. This class consists of group and<br />

individual demonstrations, discussions, and<br />

critiques. Slide lectures, visiting artists, reading<br />

and project assignments as well as discussions<br />

of current trends in the metals and craft fields<br />

will be covered. Demonstrations include more<br />

advanced methods of sheet metal fabrication,<br />

hammer forming, hydraulic die forming,<br />

soldering, riveting, repousse, stone setting,<br />

patinations and casting. Projects include the<br />

creation of jewelry, flatware, and other<br />

functional and non-functional objects using<br />

metals or other materials.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ART-405<br />

Glass I 3<br />

> ART-420<br />

Introduces contemporary and traditional<br />

glassworking techniques and concepts. Hot<br />

glassblowing, fusing, slumping and kiln casting<br />

will be covered. This class includes group and<br />

individual demonstrations, discussions, and<br />

critiques. Slide lectures, visiting artists, reading<br />

and project assignments as well as discussions<br />

of current trends in the field of glass art will be<br />

covered. Demonstrations include the creation<br />

of hollow forms, solid cast forms and flat<br />

fusing, and other functional and non-functional<br />

objects using glass.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Glass II 3<br />

> ART-422<br />

Investigates contemporary and traditional<br />

glassworking techniques and concepts<br />

including hot glassblowing, fusing, slumping<br />

and kiln casting. This class consists of group<br />

and individual demonstrations, discussions<br />

and critiques. Slide lectures, visiting artists,<br />

reading and project assignments, as well as<br />

discussions of current trends in the field of<br />

glass art, will be covered. Demonstrations will<br />

include intermediate hot glass blowing, fusing,<br />

slumping and kiln casting. Projects will include<br />

the creation of hollow forms, solid cast forms<br />

and flat fusing, and other functional and nonfunctional<br />

objects using glass.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ART-420<br />

Honors Project 1<br />

> ART-924<br />

Allows a qualified honors student to pursue a<br />

special concentration of study under the<br />

guidance of a faculty member. Requires<br />

completion of an honors project contract. May<br />

be taken more than once.<br />

(1/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Note: Requires approval of supervising professor<br />

and dean<br />

Independent Study 1–3<br />

> ART-928<br />

Allows the student to do readings, papers,<br />

research and/or production work under the<br />

guidance of an art faculty member. Independent<br />

study contract required.<br />

(1-3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

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ASL<br />

AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE<br />

American Sign Language I 4<br />

> ASL-141<br />

Provides a beginning interactive course to<br />

promote comfort and knowledge in using<br />

grammar, syntax, vocabulary, fingerspelling,<br />

semantics and non-manual behaviors of<br />

American Sign Language in professional,<br />

social and every day normal conversational<br />

situations. Receptive and expressive skills are<br />

emphasized. Course is taught in American Sign<br />

Language and has a no voice policy.<br />

(4/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

American Sign Language II 4<br />

> ASL-171<br />

Allows continued development of American<br />

Sign Language grammar, syntax, vocabulary,<br />

fingerspelling, semantics and non-manual<br />

behaviors. Emphasis given to comprehension,<br />

production skills and use of language in a<br />

cultural context. Course is taught in American<br />

Sign Language and has a no voice policy. This<br />

course applies toward satisfaction of Historical/<br />

Cultural core for an A.A. degree.<br />

(4/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ASL-141<br />

American Sign Language III 3<br />

> ASL-241<br />

Expands on previously learned grammar,<br />

syntax, sentence structure and vocabulary in<br />

more depth. Emphasizes expressive skills:<br />

students learn to tell stories and use the<br />

language in a variety of settings. This course<br />

applies toward satisfaction of historical/cultural<br />

core for an A.A. degree.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ASL-171<br />

American Sign Language IV 3<br />

> ASL-271<br />

Focuses on an expanded awareness of the<br />

behaviors, values and issues in deaf culture<br />

through slang, varying levels of formality and<br />

socially appropriate language usage.<br />

Emphasizes receptive skills: students learn to<br />

read signed stories and poetry. This course<br />

applies toward satisfaction of historical/cultural<br />

core for an A.A. degree.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ASL-241<br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong> . summer & <strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> . COURSE DESCRIPTIONS<br />

BCA<br />

BUSINESS COMPUTER APPS<br />

College Prep Computer Skills I 1<br />

> BCA-080<br />

Provides basic computer skills instruction to<br />

students enrolled in the College Prep Block.<br />

Focuses on basic keyboard knowledge and<br />

command functions.<br />

(1/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

College Prep Computer Skills II 1<br />

> BCA-085<br />

Provides computer skills instruction to students<br />

enrolled in the College Prep Block. Continues<br />

instruction using word processing software.<br />

(1/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Note: Placement test<br />

Intro to Word Processing 3<br />

> BCA-135<br />

Provides instruction in alphabetic and numeric<br />

keyboarding and includes exercises designed<br />

to increase speed to 45 words per minute with<br />

five or fewer errors on five-minute timed<br />

writings. Includes instruction in the use of<br />

proofreaders’ marks and in creating standard<br />

business letters, interoffice memos, tables,<br />

simple reports and newsletters using Microsoft<br />

Word.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Advanced Word Processing 3<br />

> BCA-136<br />

Begins with a review of basic business<br />

correspondence. Instruction includes advanced<br />

topics such as mail merge, macros, styles,<br />

complex tables, long reports, graphics and<br />

online forms. Guided drills are designed to<br />

increase speed to 55 words per minute with<br />

five or fewer errors on five-minute timed<br />

writings.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: BCA-135<br />

Advanced Word Processing Apps 3<br />

> BCA-138<br />

Provides further reinforcement of all concepts<br />

learned in Advanced Word Processing. Covers<br />

mail merge, macros, styles, complex tables,<br />

desktop published documents, online forms<br />

and long reports. Includes keying specialized<br />

documents, such as agendas, news releases,<br />

itineraries and speeches. Guided drills are<br />

designed to increase speed to 60 words per<br />

minute with five or fewer errors on five-minute<br />

timed writings. Students learn to make<br />

effective document formatting decisions<br />

working independently.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: BCA-136<br />

PowerPoint Multimedia 3<br />

> BCA-179<br />

Develops knowledge of multimedia concepts<br />

by studying multimedia software and the<br />

hardware components needed to develop and<br />

view multimedia productions. Assessment<br />

projects are used by students for demonstration<br />

of knowledge of multimedia elements<br />

(copyright, video, graphics, sound, animation)<br />

knowledge of tools (digital camera, video<br />

camera, scanner, cams), and knowledge of<br />

editing software (sound editing, video editing,<br />

graphics editing).<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Microcomputer Literacy 1<br />

> BCA-189<br />

Introduces the student to the personal<br />

computer concepts and basic computer<br />

applications. Students gain knowledge and<br />

skills in the basic concepts of Microsoft<br />

Windows and Word. They also gain experience<br />

using the Internet and e-mail. The course<br />

introduces students to spreadsheet and<br />

presentation software. This introductory course<br />

is intended for students with no knowledge or<br />

experience using personal computers.<br />

(0.5/1/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Database/Spreadsheets 3<br />

> BCA-205<br />

Develops proficiency in the use of database<br />

and spreadsheet computer applications.<br />

Includes creating and sorting tables, using<br />

functions and formulas, creating queries and<br />

reports, formatting data, filtering records, and<br />

creating charts and graphs.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Intermediate Computer Bus Apps 3<br />

> BCA-213<br />

Extends basic knowledge of Microsoft Word,<br />

Access, Excel and PowerPoint. Upon<br />

completion of this course students should be<br />

able to demonstrate proficiency at the core<br />

level of the MOS (Microsoft Office Specialist)<br />

certification.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: BCA-212 or<br />

CSC-110<br />

Web Design Principles 3<br />

> BCA-290<br />

Focuses on the concepts of the overall<br />

production process surrounding Web site<br />

design with particular emphasis on layout,<br />

navigation and maintenance of Web sites.<br />

Students are exposed to a Web authoring<br />

software to design and create a Web site.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS . summer & <strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

Web Analytics 3<br />

> BCA-300<br />

Introduces the key concepts, tools, techniques<br />

and practices of Web analytics, a core business<br />

and communication channel organizations use<br />

to realize their Web sites’ full potential. Focuses<br />

on how Web analytics can drive higher profits<br />

and improve customer experiences.<br />

Emphasizes techniques students can use to<br />

successfully advocate and promote the use of<br />

Web analytics by organizations.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: BCA-290, CIS-207,<br />

CIS-307<br />

BIO<br />

BIOLOGY<br />

Introductory Biology With Lab 3<br />

> BIO-104<br />

Intended as a beginning-level course for liberal<br />

arts students who are not planning to major in<br />

the sciences. The course includes genetics,<br />

evolution, ecology, plant and animal<br />

reproduction, and biodiversity. Current topics<br />

in life science are covered throughout the<br />

course. Students are offered a variety of<br />

opportunities in laboratory through<br />

investigations, discussion, written expression<br />

and readings.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Basic Biological Concepts 3<br />

> BIO-110<br />

Designed for the student with little or no<br />

background in biology or chemistry, or as a<br />

refresher for the student who has not taken<br />

either for many years. Provides a basic<br />

foundation for further course work in the<br />

biological sciences.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

General Biology I 4<br />

> BIO-112<br />

Serves as an introductory course for biology,<br />

science and health science majors. Principles<br />

of cellular biology and elementary biochemistry<br />

and energy functions are covered; cell division,<br />

DNA/RNA and genetics follow. Evolution<br />

theory completes the work of the semester.<br />

(3/2/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: BIO-110 or BIO-168<br />

or BIO-186<br />

Note: Besides taking a prerequisite course,<br />

proficiency may be demonstrated by a passing<br />

score on the Biology Readiness Exam. Contact<br />

the Test Center for details.<br />

76<br />

General Biology II 4<br />

> BIO-113<br />

Continues the study of General Biology I<br />

concentrating on organismal biology and<br />

ecology. The evolution and diversity of the<br />

Monera, Protista, Fungi, Plantae and Animalia<br />

are covered, followed by a comprehensive<br />

study of ecology. Additional topics include<br />

plant anatomy and physiology, and animal<br />

systems including, but not limited to, nervous,<br />

circulatory, reproductive and immune systems.<br />

(3/2/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: BIO-112<br />

Nutrition 3<br />

> BIO-151<br />

Designed to show the relationship between<br />

sound nutrition and good health. Topics studied<br />

are: energy requirements, carbohydrates,<br />

lipids, proteins, vitamins, minerals,<br />

metabolism, physical exercise, dieting, weight<br />

problems, evaluation of nutritional claims,<br />

vegetarianism, and proper nutrition during<br />

pregnancy and lactation.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Note: Does not count as a science course for the<br />

A.A. degree<br />

Human Biology 3<br />

> BIO-154<br />

Examines human form and function and the<br />

relationship of humans to other living things.<br />

Fundamental biological principles as they<br />

apply to the human are explored. This course is<br />

intended for liberal arts students who do not<br />

currently plan to major in the biological or<br />

health sciences.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Basic Anatomy and Physiology 3<br />

> BIO-161<br />

Designed for students in the specific health<br />

sciences. An overview of human form and<br />

function presented in a lecture/laboratory<br />

format.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Human Anatomy & Phys I w/Lab 4<br />

> BIO-168<br />

Introduces the structure and function of the<br />

human body. Organization at the cellular and<br />

tissue level and selected organ systems are<br />

emphasized. Laboratory activities (which<br />

include computer simulations, dissection, and/<br />

or human specimens) reinforce current<br />

concepts.<br />

(3/2/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: One year of recent<br />

high school biology/chemistry with a grade of B<br />

or higher strongly recommended, or completion<br />

of Basic Biological Concepts or other collegelevel<br />

biology course<br />

Human Anatomy & Phys II w/Lab 4<br />

> BIO-173<br />

Continues the study of human organ systems.<br />

Laboratory activities and dissection, which<br />

includes computer simulations and human<br />

specimens, correspond to structures and<br />

functions investigated.<br />

(3/2/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: BIO-168<br />

Human Anatomy 4<br />

> BIO-177<br />

Covers the gross structure and function of<br />

human body systems. Focuses on function as<br />

it relates to structure through class and<br />

laboratory activities. Laboratory experiences<br />

include cadaver study, human specimens,<br />

dissection and interactive group work.<br />

(3/2/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Note: Recommend BIO-110 or recent high school<br />

science class with a grade of B or above<br />

Human Physiology<br />

> BIO-180<br />

4<br />

Examines the physiological processes<br />

associated with human body systems. Topics<br />

include biochemistry, metabolism, hormone<br />

actions, muscular physiology,<br />

neurophysiology, cardiovascular function,<br />

renal function, acid/base/electrolyte regulation,<br />

nutrient absorption, immune response and<br />

reproduction functions. Lab investigates<br />

system physiological responses and<br />

culminates in a research experience.<br />

(3/2/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: BIO-177<br />

Homeostatic Physiology<br />

> BIO-181<br />

3<br />

Designed for advanced Health Sciences<br />

students. This course emphasizes body<br />

systems important to maintaining homeostasis<br />

in the human. Nerve and muscle tissue,<br />

cardiac, respiratory, fluid-electrolyte and<br />

endocrine physiology are addressed.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: BIO-161<br />

Basic Microbiology 1.5<br />

> BIO-182<br />

Includes the structures and function of<br />

microorganisms, characteristics of pathogenic<br />

and nonpathogenic bacteria, infection<br />

processes, specifics of the immune response,<br />

and principles and applications of asepsis.<br />

(1/1/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

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Microbiology 4<br />

> BIO-186<br />

Surveys bacteria, viruses and fungi: their<br />

growth characteristics, morphology and<br />

pathogenicity. The epidemiology and diagnosis<br />

of pathogenic bacteria and an introduction to<br />

immunology are also included. Laboratory<br />

emphasis is on culturing, identification, aseptic<br />

technique and basic immunological assays.<br />

(3/2/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: One year of recent<br />

high school biology/chemistry with a grade of B<br />

or higher is strongly recommended, or completion<br />

of Basic Biological Concepts or other collegelevel<br />

biology course<br />

Microbes and Society 3<br />

> BIO-189<br />

Explores microorganisms and how they have<br />

influenced human affairs and the environment.<br />

Through lectures, assigned readings,<br />

educational films, slides, tapes and discussions<br />

students explore the power of selected<br />

microorganisms, how they influenced history,<br />

demography, fashion, the arts, the economy<br />

and, of course, individual lives.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Introductory Biotechnology 3<br />

> BIO-190<br />

Explores biotechnology and its impact on<br />

science and society. Includes basic biological<br />

principles, biotech product development,<br />

agricultural and medical applications of<br />

biotechnology and potential careers. Intended<br />

for liberal arts students interested in<br />

biotechnology and those interested in the<br />

Biotechnology AAS degree.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Human Evolution 3<br />

> BIO-195<br />

Considers biological evaluations and<br />

applications to the history of the human<br />

species. Hypotheses and theories concerning<br />

the origins of the earth, life, levels of life, the<br />

human species and races are examined. Topics<br />

include primate classification and relationships,<br />

human evolution, anthropological and<br />

archeological techniques, the evolution of<br />

prehistoric culture, and human migration into<br />

North America. Concept-building subject areas<br />

include genetic, evolution and paleontology<br />

principles.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

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Biotechnology Internship 3<br />

> BIO-249<br />

Provides practical experience in the field of<br />

biotechnology. Students who have completed<br />

most or all of their course work in the<br />

biotechnology program are given the<br />

opportunity to acquire work-related skills<br />

through a cooperative effort with local<br />

biotechnology companies.<br />

(0/0/0/12); ASE Code: A; Prereq: BIO-147,<br />

CHM-175<br />

Note: Permission of instructor and dean<br />

Lab Methodology 3<br />

> BIO-400<br />

Emphasizes basic laboratory techniques<br />

commonly used in the biotechnology field.<br />

Includes properly collecting data, making<br />

laboratory measurements, preparing solutions<br />

and using laboratory instruments. Covers<br />

quality control and assurance, and biosafety<br />

issues such as bloodborne pathogen training<br />

and interpretation of MSDS literature. Lab<br />

included.<br />

(1/4/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Molecular Biology Techniques I 4<br />

> BIO-410<br />

Introduces modern molecular biology<br />

techniques utilizing nucleic acids (DNA and<br />

RNA). Includes nucleic acid purification,<br />

quantitation, cloning and restriction enzyme<br />

digests. Advanced techniques include<br />

Southern and Northern analysis, polymerase<br />

chain reaction (PCR), real-time PCR and DNA<br />

sequencing. Stresses proficiency in techniques<br />

and proper analysis of results. Lab included.<br />

(1/6/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Molecular Genetics 3<br />

> BIO-430<br />

Introduces the fundamental concepts of<br />

genetics. Focuses primarily on the modern<br />

discoveries of molecular biology and their<br />

applications in today’s world; however, basic<br />

principles of classical (Mendelian) genetics are<br />

also discussed. Topics include DNA structure<br />

and analysis, DNA replication, transcription,<br />

translation, cell cycle regulation with regard to<br />

cancer, recombinant DNA technology,<br />

genomics, and proteomics.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B; Coreq: BIO-410<br />

Note: Lab not included. Students apply lab skills<br />

in Molecular Techniques I and Molecular<br />

Techniques II.<br />

Honors Project 1<br />

> BIO-924<br />

Allows a qualified honors student to pursue a<br />

special concentration of study under the<br />

guidance of a faculty member. Requires<br />

completion of an honors project contract.<br />

Course may be taken more than once.<br />

(1/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Note: Requires approval of supervising professor<br />

and dean<br />

BUS<br />

BUSINESS<br />

Intro to Business 3<br />

> BUS-102<br />

Focuses on American and global business and<br />

introduces the student to each primary facet of<br />

operating a business. This course will help the<br />

student understand economic, social and<br />

political influences that affect business success.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Small Business Planning Strategies<br />

> BUS-146<br />

3<br />

Learn strategies for small business through the<br />

development of a business plan and studying<br />

successful small businesses. This course<br />

incorporates finance, marketing, sales,<br />

organizational structure, and strategic<br />

management and decision making.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: MGT-300, MKT-297,<br />

FIN-123<br />

Human Relations 3<br />

> BUS-161<br />

Explores the psychological principles of human<br />

behavior, helping students understand<br />

themselves and others in the workplace. This<br />

course is adapted to students’ needs and<br />

interests depending on their overall degree<br />

programs.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

How to Deliver Winning Present 1<br />

> BUS-178<br />

How to organize and present public speaking<br />

topics. Participants learn to use visual aids,<br />

outlines and agendas to complement their<br />

presentations.<br />

(1/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Intro to Law 3<br />

> BUS-182<br />

Introduces the student to the broad spectrum<br />

of the involvement of business in customary<br />

business law topics.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS . summer & <strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

Business Law I 3<br />

> BUS-185<br />

Surveys the general source of law and structure<br />

of the American legal system. Students learn<br />

basic principles of tort law, administrative law,<br />

constitutional law and contract law with an<br />

emphasis on business applications.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Professionalism: BPA 1<br />

> BUS-190<br />

Develops and recognizes leadership and<br />

teamwork utilizing a student professional<br />

organization, Business Professionals of<br />

America (BPA). Special emphasis is placed on<br />

leadership development activities. Students<br />

are provided the opportunity to participate in<br />

state and national business competitions, earn<br />

awards, perform community service and seek<br />

local, state and national office. This course may<br />

be repeated for credit.<br />

(1/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Professionalism: SIFE 1<br />

> BUS-191<br />

Develops and recognizes leadership and team<br />

building skills of students seeking to make a<br />

difference in business and impact the world.<br />

Students In Free Enterprise (SIFE) members<br />

earn awards and scholarships by developing,<br />

leading and engaging in projects designed to<br />

positively impact their local, regional, national<br />

and international communities. Develops skills<br />

to help students gain a competitive edge in the<br />

professional world by participating in regional<br />

and national competitions, and networking<br />

with local, national and international<br />

organizations. This course may be repeated for<br />

1 or 2 credit hours.<br />

(1/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Professionalism: DECA 1<br />

> BUS-192<br />

Develops and recognizes leadership and<br />

teamwork utilizing a student professional<br />

organization, Delta Epsilon Chi Association<br />

(DECA). Special emphasis is placed on<br />

leadership development activities. Students<br />

are provided the opportunity to participate in<br />

state and national business competitions, earn<br />

awards, perform community service and seek<br />

local, state and national office. This course may<br />

be repeated for credit.<br />

(1/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Employment Search/Workplace<br />

Success 1<br />

> BUS-290<br />

Provides students with an understanding of the<br />

job-seeking process including resumes and<br />

interviews.<br />

(1/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

78<br />

Business Administration Capstone<br />

> BUS-294<br />

1<br />

Serves as a capstone for Business<br />

Administration majors. Students develop a<br />

leadership/employment portfolio to<br />

demonstrate achievement of program goals.<br />

(1/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Internship 0.5–9<br />

> BUS-932<br />

Provides an opportunity to receive experience<br />

through on-the-job training in an approved<br />

business establishment. Valuable learning<br />

experiences are structured by the program<br />

coordinator and the training sponsor.<br />

(0/0/0/2-36); ASE Code: A<br />

CHM<br />

CHEMISTRY<br />

Intro to Chemistry 3<br />

> CHM-110<br />

Introduces chemistry to those with little or no<br />

previous background in chemistry and is<br />

preparatory for further course work in<br />

chemistry including Intro to Organic &<br />

Biochemistry for Nursing students. The course<br />

includes a study of chemical structure and<br />

bonding, measurements, periodic table,<br />

nuclear chemistry weight/volume relationships<br />

in chemical reactions, and solution chemistry.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Note: The lab is optional.<br />

Intro to Chemistry Laboratory 1<br />

> CHM-111<br />

Laboratory to accompany CHM-110.<br />

(0/2/0/0); ASE Code: A; Coreq: CHM-110<br />

General Chemistry I 4<br />

> CHM-165<br />

Studies the basic principles of inorganic<br />

chemistry with emphasis on such concepts as<br />

measurements and problem solving, chemical<br />

reactions and equations, stoichiometry, atomic<br />

structure and nuclear chemistry, periodicity,<br />

chemical bonding, kinetic molecular theory<br />

and gas laws, and the structure and properties<br />

of matter.<br />

(3/2/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: CHM-110, MAT-102<br />

or MAT-138<br />

General Chemistry II 4<br />

> CHM-175<br />

Studies colligative properties along with<br />

thermodynamics and kinetics, chemical<br />

equilibrium, electrochemistry, acids, bases and<br />

complex ions, and an introduction to organic<br />

chemistry.<br />

(3/2/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: CHM-165<br />

Organic Chemistry I<br />

> CHM-262<br />

4.5<br />

Introduces the theory and practice of organic<br />

chemistry with emphasis on the chemistry of<br />

functional groups. Areas stressed are<br />

nomenclature, stereoisomerism, chemical<br />

bonding, reaction mechanisms, the<br />

characterization of hydrocarbons, alkyl halides<br />

and alcohols. The laboratory stresses<br />

development of appropriate organic chemistry<br />

separation, isolation and synthetic techniques.<br />

(3/3/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: CHM-175<br />

Independent Study 1–1.5<br />

> CHM-928<br />

Provides readings, papers and basic research<br />

or other projects under the individual guidance<br />

of a staff member.<br />

(0/2-3/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Note: Permission of instructor and dean.<br />

CIS<br />

COMPUTER INFO SYSTEMS<br />

Intro to Program Logic/Language 4<br />

> CIS-126<br />

Introduces beginning programming students<br />

to basic computer programming concepts.<br />

Covers principles of program logic and design<br />

using both procedural and object-oriented<br />

techniques. Students design, code and test<br />

computer programs using well-structured<br />

programming logic.<br />

(3/2/0/0); ASE Code: A; Coreq: MAT-062<br />

Programming Concepts<br />

> CIS-128<br />

3<br />

Introduces computer programming, including<br />

the technical aspects of designing and coding<br />

computer programs to accomplish business<br />

objectives, and how this technology fits into<br />

companies’ overall information systems<br />

needs. Explores application software<br />

development and explains basic programming<br />

logic structures, facilitating successful<br />

designing, coding and testing.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Microcomputer Operating Systems 3<br />

> CIS-135<br />

Introduces and familiarizes students with a<br />

variety of PC-based operating systems. The<br />

systems include DOS, Windows, UNIX and<br />

LINUX. The respective strengths of the<br />

operating environments are reviewed, along<br />

with the approaches used in providing systems<br />

management and software development<br />

support capabilities.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

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Java 4<br />

> CIS-172<br />

Provides an introduction to object-oriented<br />

program and design concepts using the Java<br />

programming language. Intended for students<br />

without previous object-oriented programming<br />

experience. The course covers methods,<br />

classes and objects with emphasis on<br />

modularity and code reusability. Students<br />

code, test, and debug simple applets and<br />

applications illustrating understanding of<br />

conditionals, iteration, array handling, event<br />

processing, string handling, and input-output.<br />

(3/2/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: CIS-126<br />

Java II 4<br />

> CIS-176<br />

Continues Java. This course covers such topics<br />

as advanced GUI, exception handling,<br />

multithreading, multimedia, files and streams,<br />

networking, and data structures.<br />

(3/2/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: CIS-172, CIS-333<br />

J2EE Servlets and JSP 4<br />

> CIS-180<br />

Provides practical application of server-side<br />

development using servlets and Java server<br />

pages (JSP). This course is intended for<br />

developers already familiar with the Java<br />

programming language.<br />

(3/2/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: CIS-176<br />

Internet Programming II 4<br />

> CIS-192<br />

Develops Web-server scripting for dynamic<br />

Web page production. Covers Active Server<br />

Pages (ASP v3), XML and ASP.NET<br />

technologies. Builds on database design and<br />

SQL syntax skills acquired in prerequisite<br />

courses. Knowledge of VB.NET is necessary.<br />

(3/2/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: CIS-190, CIS-333<br />

Fundamentals of Web Programming 3<br />

> CIS-207<br />

Presents hypertext markup language principles<br />

used in creating well-designed Web pages.<br />

Students also use JavaScript and DHTML on<br />

an introductory level.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Intro to Databases 3<br />

> CIS-307<br />

Introduces students to database concepts and<br />

different software applications used in<br />

database management. Covers the design of<br />

tables and forms for data entry in a relational<br />

database management system. Students<br />

maintain the data and design inquiries to<br />

produce information for decision making, data<br />

analysis and integration with other software<br />

applications.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong> . summer & <strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> . COURSE DESCRIPTIONS<br />

Database and SQL 4<br />

> CIS-333<br />

Covers programming for the SQL server<br />

relational database environment. Some of the<br />

topics include T-SQL, joining tables, creating<br />

and altering SQL server tables, replication,<br />

OLAP, creating and testing stored procedures,<br />

triggers, security, and tuning.<br />

(3/2/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: CIS-126<br />

PHP/Apache/MySQL 3<br />

> CIS-334<br />

Introduces PHP, Apache and MySQL open<br />

source technologies used to create dynamic,<br />

database-driven Web applications. Students<br />

create MySQL databases and use server-side<br />

scripting language (PHP) to write applications<br />

that interact with the database through Apache<br />

Web server technology.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: BCA-290, CIS-207,<br />

CIS-307<br />

Structured Systems Analysis 3<br />

> CIS-504<br />

Covers the foundational aspects of system<br />

analysis and design, and the role of the systems<br />

analyst in a business information systems<br />

environment. Teaches the tools, techniques and<br />

methodologies used to analyze and design<br />

information systems and produce technical<br />

solutions for companies’ information<br />

technology needs.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: CIS-126<br />

Advanced Visual Basic.Net 4<br />

> CIS-610<br />

Extends students’ knowledge of Visual Basic.<br />

NET and its use in database-backed, Webcentric<br />

applications. ADO.NET, ASP.NET, Web<br />

Services and Web Forms technologies are<br />

covered, in particular their roles in building<br />

n-tier applications.<br />

(3/2/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: CIS-609, CIS-333<br />

CLS<br />

CULTURAL STUDIES<br />

Language and Society<br />

> CLS-125<br />

3<br />

Introduces basic sociolinguistic principles.<br />

Practices methods for discovering and<br />

describing socially significant language<br />

behavior. Explores correlations between social<br />

and linguistic behavior. Analyzes the<br />

educational and political implications of<br />

sociolinguistic findings.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Understand Cultures: The Mideast 3<br />

> CLS-140<br />

Examines in a cross-cultural context the<br />

politics, economics, history, ethnic groups,<br />

religions and cultures of the Mideast from<br />

Morocco to Afghanistan and Pakistan. Includes<br />

study of all aspects of the Arab/Israeli conflict.<br />

Students also acquire an understanding of<br />

nationalism, tribalism and energy issues in a<br />

global context.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Understand Cultures: Latin America 3<br />

> CLS-151<br />

Examines human spatial and cultural behavior<br />

in Latin America by exploring political,<br />

economic, religious and social institutions.<br />

Theoretical readings are balanced with case<br />

studies to enable students to explore<br />

theoretical perspectives in a cross-cultural<br />

context.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Understand Cultures: Modern Japan 3<br />

> CLS-165<br />

Begins with a survey of Japanese history and<br />

culture to the Meijl Restoration of 1868.<br />

Emphasis is on the borrowing and blending of<br />

Chinese culture with Japanese culture, dating<br />

back to the Tang dynasty in China. Students<br />

focus on the Japanese adaptation to the<br />

challenges of modernization, with emphasis on<br />

accommodating industry and modern systems<br />

of government within a traditional Japanese<br />

cultural system. Issues include the relationship<br />

with China, World War II and the economic<br />

expansion of Japan from 1945 to the present.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS . summer & <strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

Understand Cultures: Modern China 3<br />

> CLS-167<br />

Focuses on the 19th and 20th centuries, a<br />

period of confusion, violence and chaos, during<br />

which China has undergone a dramatic<br />

revolution. Compares how ancient China<br />

struggled to adopt the most useful practices of<br />

the western enlightenment while keeping its<br />

unique identity. Explores this struggle by<br />

examining geography, philosophy of<br />

Confucianism, and religious and political<br />

practices.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Culture and Technology 3<br />

> CLS-190<br />

Introduces students to the relationships<br />

between technology and culture through an<br />

interdisciplinary study of the humanities. The<br />

course examines these relationships through<br />

works in the humanities, for example art,<br />

literature, music, philosophy, religion, history,<br />

film and anthropology.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Communication and Culture 3<br />

> CLS-192<br />

Examines the implications and impacts of<br />

various communication media, especially<br />

modern ones, on human culture and society.<br />

Using tools of historical and cultural studies, as<br />

well as the interpretive methods of the<br />

humanities, students will explore, for example,<br />

how new communications media affect<br />

interpersonal relations, self concept,<br />

democracy, experiences of space/time and<br />

human creativity.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

80<br />

COM<br />

COMMUNICATION<br />

Comm for Health Care Professionals 3<br />

> COM-222<br />

Introduces the theories and skills used to<br />

analyze and understand communication<br />

variables affecting human relationships, such<br />

as personal perception, feedback, idea<br />

development and nonverbal cues. Builds<br />

competencies and skills relevant to various<br />

interpersonal contexts within health care<br />

settings.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Basic Communications 3<br />

> COM-710<br />

Provides an opportunity for students to<br />

improve English language skills. The principles<br />

of English grammar, punctuation and style are<br />

studied. Emphasis is placed on correct<br />

grammar usage, spelling, vocabulary and<br />

proofreading/editing skills for the office<br />

professional.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: ENG-013<br />

Workplace Communications 3<br />

> COM-723<br />

Emphasizes practical application of theories<br />

and principles to develop writing skills essential<br />

to encounters in contexts of occupational<br />

communications. Includes writing business<br />

letters, resumes, memos, instructional<br />

materials and reports, and using visual aids,<br />

taught through a blend of formal lectures and<br />

student participation. Offered for students<br />

enrolled in Applied Science and Technology<br />

programs.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Oral Communication/Workplace 3<br />

> COM-744<br />

Emphasizes the practical application of theories<br />

and principles to the development of<br />

presentation skills essential to communication<br />

encounters in contexts of occupational<br />

communications. Helps students become<br />

confident presenters by focusing on the<br />

preparation and delivery of various workplace<br />

presentations. Offered for students in Applied<br />

Science and Technology programs.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

CRJ<br />

CRIMINAL JUSTICE<br />

Intro to Criminal Justice 3<br />

> CRJ-100<br />

Provides an overview of the American criminal<br />

justice system and examines the process of<br />

justice administration through the agencies of<br />

law enforcement, courts and corrections.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Ethics in Criminal Justice<br />

> CRJ-101<br />

3<br />

Examines the ethical considerations facing the<br />

criminal justice practitioner. Includes<br />

determining moral behavior, developing moral<br />

and ethical behavior, ethics and law<br />

enforcement, ethics and the courts, ethics and<br />

corrections, policy and management issues,<br />

professionalism,<br />

practitioners.<br />

pride and ethics for<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Coreq: CRJ-100<br />

Police and Society 3<br />

> CRJ-111<br />

Examines police as part of society’s official<br />

control apparatus. A theory-based course<br />

which utilizes a multiple causation model to<br />

explain police issues, integrating six core<br />

elements: history, role, socialization, culture,<br />

function and experience. Students study police<br />

history, police role and organization, the<br />

making of a police officer, police behavior,<br />

stress, the delivery of effective police services<br />

and the future of law enforcement.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Intro to Corrections 3<br />

> CRJ-120<br />

Examines the history, theories and practices of<br />

penal institutions, both adult and juvenile.<br />

Additionally explores penal reform in relation<br />

to various objectives of modern penology.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: CRJ-100<br />

Criminal Law 3<br />

> CRJ-130<br />

Reviews the historical development of criminal<br />

law and the resulting philosophy of law that<br />

has developed. The law-making process, with<br />

the societal and political influences, is<br />

examined and discussed. Comparisons of<br />

common law with contemporary law are<br />

analyzed in an attempt to determine what<br />

impact historical events and societal changes<br />

have had in bringing about change.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

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Constitutional Criminal Procedure 3<br />

> CRJ-133<br />

Studies the development of fundamental<br />

principles in constitutional law, integrating a<br />

case-by-case study of United States Supreme<br />

Court decisions and a broad examination of the<br />

judicial legal processes. Coverage includes the<br />

nature of judicial review, powers of the<br />

Supreme Court, president, Congress and<br />

federalism.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: CRJ-100<br />

Correctional Law 3<br />

> CRJ-136<br />

Explores current statutory and case law<br />

pertinent to correctional concepts, facilities and<br />

related topics. Examines major legal issues:<br />

incarceration, probation, parole, restitution,<br />

pardon, restoration of rights and related topics.<br />

Students identify and discuss legal issues<br />

which directly affect correctional systems and<br />

personnel.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: CRJ-100<br />

Criminal Investigation 3<br />

> CRJ-141<br />

Presents the basic principles of investigation,<br />

both public and private, including: examination<br />

of the scene, collecting physical evidence,<br />

interrogations and interviews, sketching a<br />

scene, report writing, and basic photography.<br />

Special methods of investigating certain crimes<br />

are explored, and the function of the crime<br />

laboratory discussed.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Criminology 3<br />

> CRJ-200<br />

Surveys the nature, causes and extent of crime<br />

and delinquency; major consideration is given<br />

to various explanations from numerous<br />

disciplines.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: SOC-110<br />

Juvenile Delinquency 3<br />

> CRJ-201<br />

Analyzes the various components of<br />

delinquency: home, school, peer group and<br />

community structure. Explores the role of<br />

therapeutic and detention centers and the<br />

juvenile court, as well as approaches to<br />

prevention and treatment.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: SOC-110<br />

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Cultural Awareness/CJ Practitioners 3<br />

> CRJ-202<br />

Expands the student’s awareness of both<br />

cognitive knowledge and skills necessary to<br />

interact effectively with and serve culturally<br />

diverse populations. Emphasizes attitudes,<br />

competencies, and behavioral issues in<br />

interracial and cross-cultural contacts between<br />

criminal justice practitioners and a diverse<br />

citizenry. Sociological frameworks allow for<br />

examination of diversity with respect to race,<br />

ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, poverty,<br />

religion, age, disability and language<br />

minorities.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: CRJ-100, SOC-110<br />

Comm-Oriented Policing/Prob Solv<br />

> CRJ-232<br />

3<br />

Utilizes community-oriented policing<br />

philosophy and problem-oriented policing<br />

methods. Emphasizes active research into<br />

crime patterns, to explain them in terms of<br />

environmental influences and develop<br />

strategies to prevent and/or control crime<br />

problems.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Coreq: CRJ-133<br />

Honors Project 1<br />

> CRJ-924<br />

Allows a qualified honors student to pursue a<br />

special concentration of study under the<br />

guidance of a faculty member. Requires<br />

completion of an honors project contract.<br />

(1/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Note: Requires approval of supervising professor<br />

and dean<br />

Internship 1<br />

> CRJ-932<br />

Provides placement in a criminal justice agency<br />

in a student capacity. Work experience in an<br />

agency under supervision of professionals in<br />

the field permits students to learn what career<br />

opportunities are offered.<br />

(0/0/3/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: CRJ-100<br />

CSC<br />

COMPUTER SCIENCE<br />

Intro to Computers<br />

> CSC-110<br />

3<br />

Familiarizes the student with business,<br />

personal and industrial uses of<br />

microcomputers. Broad-based overview of<br />

microcomputer topics is presented; concepts<br />

of storage media, file organization and data<br />

representation are also presented. The<br />

fundamentals of computer problem solving<br />

and programming are discussed.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Computer Science 4<br />

> CSC-142<br />

Introduces computer programming including<br />

data types, expressions, input/output, control<br />

structures, functional and object-oriented<br />

programming, and simple data structures. The<br />

course emphasizes problem-solving skills<br />

through program refinement, documentation<br />

and programming style.<br />

(4/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: MAT-102<br />

Data Structures 4<br />

> CSC-153<br />

Continues the study of program design and<br />

construction begun in CSC-142. The course<br />

emphasizes topics in data structures and<br />

practice in their specification, design,<br />

implementation and use. Topics include<br />

container classes, arrays, lists, stacks, queues,<br />

trees, graphs, algorithm analysis, objectoriented<br />

programming, data abstraction, and<br />

searching and sorting techniques.<br />

(4/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: CSC-142<br />

Computer Org/Assembly Lang Prog 4<br />

> CSC-175<br />

Emphasizes the organization and operation of<br />

computer systems at the assembly-language<br />

level. The mapping of statements and<br />

constructs in a high-level language onto<br />

sequences of machine instructions is studied,<br />

as well as the internal representation of simple<br />

data types and structures. Programming<br />

practice with an assembly language provides<br />

practical application of concepts presented in<br />

class.<br />

(4/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: CSC-142<br />

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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS . summer & <strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

DAN<br />

DANCE<br />

Fundamentals of Modern Dance 1.5<br />

> DAN-110<br />

Introduces basic modern dance technique and<br />

choreography. Students practice standard<br />

movements, and locomotor patterns are<br />

introduced to creative concepts. May be<br />

repeated for credit.<br />

(0/3/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Fundamentals of Jazz Dance 1.5<br />

> DAN-120<br />

Develops modern jazz dance technique and<br />

choreography. Students are introduced to the<br />

history and concepts of the jazz idiom and<br />

practice standard and creative jazz movements<br />

and locomotor patterns. May be repeated for<br />

credit.<br />

(0/3/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Ballet 1.5<br />

> DAN-130<br />

Introduces classical ballet technique. Students<br />

explore the basic history of ballet. Additionally,<br />

students learn the principles and terminology<br />

of ballet while striving for a kinesthetic<br />

understanding of the art form. May be repeated<br />

for credit.<br />

(0/3/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Independent Study 1.5<br />

> DAN-928<br />

Allows students to continue to develop abilities<br />

in modern and/or jazz dance technique. May be<br />

taken more than once.<br />

(0/3/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: DAN-110 and/or<br />

DAN-120<br />

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DEN<br />

DENTAL<br />

Fundamentals of Dentistry<br />

> DEN-100<br />

3.5<br />

Provides the foundations of knowledge<br />

necessary to begin a study in the dental field.<br />

Introduction to instrumentation, dental<br />

specialties and special needs patients are<br />

discussed. Introductory oral hygiene<br />

instruction and basic radiography are provided.<br />

(2/3/0/0); ASE Code: B; Coreq: HSC-107, HSC-210,<br />

DEN-120, DEN-130<br />

Dental Terminology<br />

> DEN-110<br />

2<br />

Enlists a comprehensive study of dental<br />

terminology for dental program preparation,<br />

career entry or review. Explains the<br />

composition of dental terms by exploring<br />

prefix, root combination and suffix divisions.<br />

Discusses common dental procedures,<br />

practices and disease processes.<br />

(2/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Dental Anatomy 3<br />

> DEN-120<br />

Introduces students to basics of embryology,<br />

histology, terms and anatomy of the oral cavity<br />

including a detailed study of crown and root<br />

morphology of both primary and permanent<br />

dentition.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Head and Neck Anatomy<br />

> DEN-130<br />

1.5<br />

Utilizes a systems approach to the gross<br />

anatomy of the head and neck with emphasis<br />

on the maxilla, mandible, oral tissues,<br />

neuromuscular and circulatory function,<br />

supporting structures and the<br />

temporomandibular joint.<br />

(1/1/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Dental Emergencies 0.5<br />

> DEN-150<br />

Provides an overview of emergencies common<br />

to the dental office setting. Students gain<br />

knowledge in emergency drugs, allergic<br />

reactions and drug-related emergencies. Also<br />

emphasized are specific medical conditions<br />

related to treatment.<br />

(0.5/0/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: DEN-100,<br />

DEN-120, DEN-130<br />

Preventive Dentistry 1.5<br />

> DEN-200<br />

Provides an introduction to dental disease, the<br />

causes and methods for prevention. An intense<br />

focus on dental caries and preliminary<br />

information on periodontal disease. Students<br />

learn to utilize patient assessment techniques<br />

and provide oral health information.<br />

(1/1/0/0); ASE Code: B; Coreq: DEN-120, DEN-130<br />

Dental Nutrition 1<br />

> DEN-220<br />

Study of the role of diet upon oral structures<br />

and application of the role of dietary analysis to<br />

the treatment plan of a dental patient. Emphasis<br />

is placed on analysis of the complete diet and<br />

preventive recommendations.<br />

(1/0/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: DEN-120, DEN-130;<br />

Coreq: DEN-200<br />

Dental Radiography 3<br />

> DEN-300<br />

Provides students with principles and<br />

techniques of dental radiography. Students<br />

receive practical experience on manikins and<br />

selected patients.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: B; Prereq: DEN-100, DEN-120,<br />

DEN-130<br />

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DRA<br />

FILM AND THEATRE<br />

Intro to Theatre 3<br />

> DRA-101<br />

Requires no previous experience. Introduces<br />

the student to the roles of actor, director,<br />

designer, playwright and critic, and provides a<br />

brief history of the art.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Film Analysis 3<br />

> DRA-116<br />

Focuses on the methods and technologies of<br />

film art. The emphasis is on analysis of classic<br />

narrative films. Subjects for analysis include<br />

narrative structure, segmentation, shot-byshot<br />

breakdown, elements of mise-en-scene<br />

and montage, auteurs, genres, production<br />

considerations, and conventions.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Film Topics 3<br />

> DRA-117<br />

Offers in-depth study of various topics in film<br />

studies. Some topics offered are the study of<br />

genre theory, specific genres, film adaptation<br />

of literature and drama, moral themes and<br />

documentary film. All film topics will study the<br />

relationship between the topic and culture,<br />

identify operating principles and relevant<br />

contextual forces, and apply these concepts to<br />

the study of specific films. Course may be<br />

repeated for credit.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ENG-105 or<br />

ENG-120<br />

Intro to Play Analysis 3<br />

> DRA-125<br />

Focuses on the reading, discussion,<br />

interpretation and analysis of dramatic texts. It<br />

is the aim of this course to provide a<br />

concentrated study of beginning play analysis<br />

through discussion and written analysis.<br />

Students gain an understanding of the<br />

important role that dramatic analysis plays<br />

when mounting a production in the theatre.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Acting I 3<br />

> DRA-130<br />

Introduces basic acting techniques with<br />

emphasis on improvisation, concentration and<br />

self-analysis.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

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Acting II 3<br />

> DRA-132<br />

Continues training in basic acting techniques<br />

with emphasis on creating characters in<br />

scripted scenes. Students present individual<br />

and group scenes.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: DRA-130<br />

Technical Theatre 4<br />

> DRA-163<br />

Provides information on and experience with<br />

the materials, tools, equipment, and techniques<br />

of manual drafting, scenery construction and<br />

painting, stage lighting, costuming, and makeup.<br />

Hands-on experience with each of the areas<br />

of study is emphasized. Students are required<br />

to work on the technical aspects for one<br />

<strong>Kirkwood</strong> production. The course is designed<br />

to produce students who have a working<br />

knowledge of the basic techniques of producing<br />

a live performance. The course is open to all<br />

students.<br />

(3/2/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Technical Theatre Lab 1<br />

> DRA-172<br />

Provides students credit for work as technicians<br />

in one <strong>Kirkwood</strong> production. A minimum of 24<br />

hours of practical work is required for a passing<br />

grade. May be repeated up to six times.<br />

(0/2/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Acting Lab 1<br />

> DRA-230<br />

Provides students credit for work as actors in<br />

one <strong>Kirkwood</strong> production. A minimum of 24<br />

hours of practical work is required for a passing<br />

grade. May be repeated up to six times.<br />

(0/2/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Independent Study 1–3<br />

> DRA-928<br />

Allows the student to do readings, papers,<br />

research and/or production work under the<br />

guidance of a theatre faculty member.<br />

Independent study contract required.<br />

(0/2-6/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

DSV<br />

DISABILITY SERVICES<br />

Intro to Disabilities Services 3<br />

> DSV-100<br />

Examines the values, skills and issues of<br />

working with people with disabilities in<br />

educational, vocational and residential<br />

settings. Students visit agencies and complete<br />

volunteer experiences at community sites. This<br />

course meets part of the requirement for the<br />

Iowa Paraeducator Generalist Certification.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Observation/Mgmt of Behavior 3<br />

> DSV-120<br />

Develops skills of observation and<br />

management of the behavior of others<br />

individually and in groups. Students develop<br />

strategies for helping others to manage their<br />

own behavior. This course meets part of the<br />

requirement for the Iowa Paraeducator<br />

Generalist Certification. May be repeated one<br />

time for credit with permission of coordinator.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Instruction/Adaptation Strategies 3<br />

> DSV-130<br />

Develops the skills to facilitate the<br />

mainstreaming of students with disabilities<br />

and work with gifted and talented students in<br />

school settings. Students taking the course<br />

learn strategies for instructing diverse groups<br />

of learners and adapting curriculum and<br />

materials. The course includes an overview of<br />

the special education system and the evolving<br />

relationship with regular education. Issues<br />

related to adults with disabilities are discussed.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Exceptional Persons 3<br />

> DSV-200<br />

Studies the educational, cultural, and social<br />

aspects of children and adults who are<br />

exceptional in the context of mental, emotional<br />

and physical development. Includes discussion<br />

of gifted and talented children in schools.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: PSY-111<br />

Culturally/Ling Diverse Children 3<br />

> DSV-250<br />

Prepares staff to work with culturally and<br />

linguistically diverse children, including<br />

English language learners, those with language<br />

disorders, deaf and hard of hearing students.<br />

Includes use of technology, instructional<br />

methodology, appropriate translation and<br />

interpretation procedures, and communication<br />

with team members. Participants work<br />

collaboratively and individually to develop<br />

projects.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: DSV-100 &<br />

DSV-120, or IPT-252 & PSY-121<br />

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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS . summer & <strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

Dis Svs Careers Field Exp/Sem 3<br />

> DSV-290<br />

Places the student in two settings (educational,<br />

vocational or residential) which serve people<br />

with disabilities. Students develop specific<br />

objectives related to program competencies.<br />

Students meet in seminars to assess progress<br />

and discuss student experiences.<br />

(1.5/0/4.5/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: DSV-100,<br />

PSY-111, DSV-110 or DSV-120 or DSV-130<br />

ECE<br />

EARLY CHILDHOOD ED<br />

Intro to Early Childhood Education 3<br />

> ECE-103<br />

Gives students an historical and philosophical<br />

foundation of the field of early childhood<br />

education. Includes an overview of assessment<br />

and trends that influence best practices.<br />

Explores careers in the field. Addresses<br />

influences of families and diversity.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Child Health, Safety and Nutrition 3<br />

> ECE-133<br />

Focuses on current concepts in the fields of<br />

health, safety and nutrition and their<br />

relationship to the growth and development of<br />

young children ages birth to eight. Blends<br />

current theory with practical applications and<br />

assessments. Includes the influences of<br />

families and diversity on health, safety and<br />

nutrition in early childhood settings.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Early Childhood Curriculum I 3<br />

> ECE-158<br />

Focuses on the development, implementation<br />

and assessment of appropriate environments<br />

and curricula for young children ages three<br />

through eight. Students prepare to utilize<br />

developmentally appropriate practices in a<br />

context of family and culturally sensitive care.<br />

Emphasizes understanding children’s<br />

developmental stages and developing<br />

appropriate learning opportunities, interactions<br />

and environments in the following areas:<br />

dramatic play, art, music, fine and gross motor<br />

play.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

84<br />

Early Childhood Curriculum II 3<br />

> ECE-159<br />

Focuses on the development, implementation<br />

and assessment of appropriate environments<br />

and curricula for young children ages three<br />

through eight. Students prepare to utilize<br />

developmentally appropriate practices in a<br />

context of family and culturally sensitive care.<br />

Emphasizes understanding children’s<br />

developmental stages and developing<br />

appropriate learning opportunities, interactions<br />

and environments in the following areas:<br />

emergent literacy, math, science, technology<br />

and social studies.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ECE-158<br />

Child Growth and Development 3<br />

> ECE-170<br />

Reviews typical and atypical development of<br />

children from conception to adolescence in all<br />

developmental domains. Presents interactions<br />

between child, family and society within a<br />

variety of community and cultural contexts.<br />

Examines theories associated with our<br />

understanding of children.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Early Childhood Field Experience 3<br />

> ECE-262<br />

Supervised experience in selected early<br />

childhood settings serving children ages birth<br />

through eight. Includes integration of theory,<br />

research, and reflective practice. Provides an<br />

understanding of developmentally appropriate<br />

practices and the developmental stages of<br />

diverse populations of young children and<br />

families. Emphasizes professional relationships<br />

and behavior, appropriate adult/child<br />

interactions, basic curriculum planning and<br />

program routines.<br />

(1/0/6/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ECE-103, ECE-158,<br />

ECE-170<br />

Early Childhood Program Admin 3<br />

> ECE-290<br />

Addresses the function common to<br />

administering quality child care programs,<br />

planning, implementation, operating and<br />

evaluating. Aspects covered include director<br />

responsibilities; policy setting; development;<br />

staff, fiscal and facility management; parent<br />

involvement; and marketing.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Note: Experience in child care setting, Early<br />

Childhood curriculum courses preferred<br />

Independent Study 1–2<br />

> ECE-928<br />

Allows the student to pursue a special<br />

concentration of study under the guidance of a<br />

faculty member. Requires an independent<br />

study contract.<br />

(0/2-4/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Note: Requires approval of supervising faculty<br />

member and dean<br />

ECN<br />

ECONOMICS<br />

Principles of Macroeconomics 3<br />

> ECN-120<br />

Introduces principles of the economizing<br />

problem with emphasis on national income<br />

and employment analysis. Includes national<br />

income accounting, the business cycle, money<br />

and banking, fiscal and monetary theory,<br />

policy, and economic growth. Recommended<br />

for students pursuing a baccalaureate degree.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Principles of Microeconomics<br />

> ECN-130<br />

3<br />

Emphasizes markets, the price system and the<br />

allocation of resources, demand and supply,<br />

market structures, price and output<br />

determination, and income distribution.<br />

Recommended for students pursuing a<br />

baccalaureate degree.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Honors Project 1<br />

> ECN-924<br />

Allows a qualified honors student to pursue a<br />

special concentration of study under the<br />

guidance of an honors faculty member.<br />

Requires completion of an honors project<br />

learning contract. May be taken more than<br />

once.<br />

(1/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Note: Requires approval of supervising professor<br />

and dean<br />

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EDU<br />

EDUCATION<br />

Exploring Teaching 3<br />

> EDU-110<br />

Introduces the concerns and activities of<br />

beginning teachers. The focus is on developing<br />

generic teaching skills applicable from<br />

preschool through high school. Microteaching<br />

is used to simulate actual teaching situations.<br />

Case studies are used to discuss common<br />

teaching problems.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Topics in Education 1<br />

> EDU-200<br />

Provides an opportunity for students to study a<br />

current issue in education. Topics are selected<br />

from the following categories: teaching<br />

methods, learning theory, motivation and<br />

professionalism.<br />

(1/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Educational Foundations 3<br />

> EDU-212<br />

Examines the impact of social policies on the<br />

public education system. Introduces the history<br />

and philosophy of education. Students<br />

examine current beliefs about education and<br />

its effectiveness. Controversial issues are<br />

discussed and debated.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Educational Psychology<br />

> EDU-240<br />

3<br />

Applies psychological concepts to the field of<br />

education. Major focus is on cognitive,<br />

behavioral and humanistic theories. Areas of<br />

emphasis include child and adolescent<br />

development, learning theory, memory,<br />

motivation, intelligence, instruction and<br />

measurement.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: PSY-111<br />

Literacy Tutor Experience 1–3<br />

> EDU-805<br />

Provides students with an opportunity to spend<br />

30, 60 or 100 hours in a school or other<br />

community agency tutoring in reading and<br />

other basic skills. In addition, 12 hours of<br />

seminar are part of the course.<br />

(0/0/3-9/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Note: 2.0 GPA required<br />

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Field Experience 2–3<br />

> EDU-920<br />

Offers experience in classrooms. Students<br />

spend 60 or 100 hours per semester at a school<br />

working under the supervision of a teacher.<br />

Students choose between preschool,<br />

elementary and secondary settings. A seminar<br />

is also part of the course.<br />

(0/0/6/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: EDU-110, PSY-111<br />

and either PSY-121 or EDU-240<br />

Note: 2.4 GPA required<br />

Honors Project 1<br />

> EDU-924<br />

Allows a qualified honors student to pursue a<br />

special concentration of study under the<br />

guidance of a faculty member. Requires<br />

completion of an honors project contract.<br />

(1/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Note: Requires approval of supervising professor<br />

and dean<br />

EGR<br />

ENGINEERING<br />

Engineering Orientation<br />

> EGR-100<br />

1<br />

Explores engineering career options and<br />

engineering disciplines. Students learn<br />

problem-solving skills and develop an<br />

educational plan of study.<br />

(1/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: MAT-102<br />

Engineering I<br />

> EGR-160<br />

3<br />

Develops skills in modeling and solving<br />

engineering problems, data analysis,<br />

engineering graphics, and technical<br />

communication using computer application<br />

software.<br />

(2/2/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: MAT-136<br />

Materials Science<br />

> EGR-170<br />

3<br />

Covers the different structures of materials and<br />

the resulting mechanical, electrical and<br />

magnetic properties; phase diagrams; kinetics<br />

and materials in engineering design.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: CHM-165, MAT-136<br />

Statics 3<br />

> EGR-180<br />

Covers such topics as vector algebra, forces,<br />

couples, equivalent-force couple systems,<br />

Newton’s laws, friction, equilibrium, centroids,<br />

area moments of inertia and applications.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: MAT-210<br />

Dynamics 3<br />

> EGR-280<br />

Emphasizes vector calculus, Newton’s laws,<br />

kinetics and kinematics of particle motion,<br />

multiparticles systems, and rigid bodies and<br />

applications.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: EGR-180, MAT-216<br />

Thermodynamics 3<br />

> EGR-290<br />

Includes basic elements of classical<br />

thermodynamics including first and second<br />

law; reversibility; irreversibility; Carnot cycle;<br />

properties of pure substances, closed simple<br />

systems and one-dimensional steady-flow<br />

open systems; and engineering applications.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: CHM-165, MAT-216<br />

NSF Technology Seminar 1<br />

> EGR-900<br />

Investigates the skills and responsibilities<br />

associated with high technology careers.<br />

Students develop a Personal Growth Portfolio.<br />

May be repeated four times for credit.<br />

(1/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Note: Permission of instructor and dean<br />

Honors Project 1<br />

> EGR-924<br />

Allows a qualified honors student to pursue a<br />

special concentration of study under the<br />

guidance of a faculty member. Requires<br />

completion of an honors project contract. May<br />

be taken more than once.<br />

(1/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Note: Requires approval of supervising professor<br />

and dean<br />

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COURSE DESCRIPTIONS . summer & <strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

ENG<br />

ENGLISH COMPOSITION<br />

Basic Writing 3<br />

> ENG-013<br />

Provides group instruction in basic writing<br />

skills: writing to communicate with the reader,<br />

sentence and paragraph structure,<br />

proofreading for spelling, grammar and<br />

punctuation errors. Students in this course<br />

should not have previous or concurrent<br />

enrollment in Elements of Writing, Composition<br />

I and II, College Writing or Workplace<br />

Communication.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: D<br />

College Prep Writing 3<br />

> ENG-059<br />

Provides students with basic skills instruction<br />

in a traditional group setting. The curriculum<br />

includes two hours of reading and one hour of<br />

writing per week.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Personal Achievement Writing 1–2<br />

> ENG-070<br />

Designed to assess a student’s writing<br />

strengths and weaknesses. The student<br />

receives instruction on an individualized basis<br />

in the areas of skill needs while building on<br />

skills already mastered. The course is divided<br />

into two parts: knowledge about language and<br />

experience using the language. The course<br />

helps prepare the student to take Elements of<br />

Writing and may also be supplemental support<br />

for students enrolled in Composition I,<br />

Composition II, Workplace Communication or<br />

other writing courses.<br />

(0/2-4/0/0); ASE Code: D<br />

Personal Achievement Reading 1–2<br />

> ENG-075<br />

Designed to measure the student’s present<br />

reading skills and from that measurement<br />

provide an individualized program for the<br />

improvement of skills. The course is divided<br />

into three main areas: pronunciation,<br />

vocabulary and comprehension. The reading<br />

materials utilized are related to the student’s<br />

interests.<br />

(0/2-4/0/0); ASE Code: D<br />

Elements of Writing 3<br />

> ENG-101<br />

Develops students’ fluency in communication<br />

and clarity in thinking through writers’<br />

notebooks, expository writing, analytical<br />

reading and listening. Students use structured<br />

assignments to explore personal goals and<br />

values, exercising skills needed for reasoning<br />

and writing across the curriculum.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: Qualifying<br />

placement score<br />

86<br />

Composition I<br />

> ENG-105<br />

3<br />

Develops expository writing with emphasis on<br />

organization, supporting details, style,<br />

vocabulary and library research skills.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ENG-101 or<br />

qualifying placement score<br />

Composition II 3<br />

> ENG-106<br />

Teaches precise and responsible use of<br />

research tools. Requires critical analysis of<br />

reading materials, audience and self when<br />

communicating content material. Develops<br />

students’ ability to use effective and ethical<br />

arguments.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ENG-105<br />

Composition II: Technical Writing 3<br />

> ENG-108<br />

Provides concepts, principles and practice of<br />

writing and analyzing documents in business,<br />

science (including health occupations) and<br />

industry. Research emphasized.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ENG-105 or<br />

ENG-120<br />

College Writing 5<br />

> ENG-120<br />

Develops expository writing with emphasis on<br />

substance, organization, supporting details,<br />

style and vocabulary. Teaches precise and<br />

responsible use of research tools. Requires<br />

critical analysis of reading materials in<br />

curriculum content areas, current issues and<br />

literature. Develops students’ ability to use<br />

ethical and logical argument.<br />

(5/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ENG-101 or<br />

qualifying placement score<br />

Fundamentals of English Grammar 3<br />

> ENG-150<br />

Reviews English grammatical structure and<br />

examines advanced grammatical patterns for<br />

both native and non-native speakers of English.<br />

Provides practice in using English grammar<br />

fluently in writing, reading and speaking.<br />

Emphasizes grammar in application and<br />

linguistic analysis of grammar.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Creative Writing 3<br />

> ENG-221<br />

Offers students an opportunity to do advanced<br />

work in writing short story, poetry, literary<br />

nonfiction or play writing. Emphasizes regular<br />

workshops with attention to content issues,<br />

structures, forms and styles of particular<br />

genres. Students read and comment on other<br />

students’ works as well as published material.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ENG-105 or<br />

ENG-120<br />

Creative Writing: Poetry 3<br />

> ENG-225<br />

Offers a writing workshop devoted to students’<br />

poetry. <strong>Class</strong> time devoted to responding to<br />

and revising work, reading and discussing<br />

published poetry, and exploring various forms<br />

of the poem.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ENG-105 or<br />

ENG-120<br />

Creative Writing: Short Fiction 3<br />

> ENG-233<br />

Offers a writing workshop focused on students’<br />

attempts and successes in writing 500- to<br />

3,500-word short stories. Seventy-five percent<br />

of class time devoted to drafting, reading and<br />

responding to peers’ drafts; 25 percent devoted<br />

to reading and discussing published short<br />

stories and the elements of fiction as they<br />

apply to crafting stories.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ENG-105, ENG-120<br />

Creative Writing: Nonfiction 3<br />

> ENG-238<br />

Offers a writing workshop for students’<br />

nonfiction: personal essays, memoir, nature<br />

writing, literary journalism, or other subgenre<br />

of the craft. <strong>Class</strong> time devoted to reading and<br />

responding to classmates’ work, discussing<br />

published nonfiction and the writing craft.<br />

Homework devoted to drafting and revising,<br />

and to reading and responding to published<br />

nonfiction in a variety of subgenres.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ENG-105 or<br />

ENG-120<br />

Advanced Creative Writing 3<br />

> ENG-240<br />

Offers students an opportunity to do advanced<br />

work in fiction, poetry and literary nonfiction,<br />

with an eye toward getting something<br />

published. Students respond to each other’s<br />

writing and enlarge their knowledge of the<br />

publishing industry.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ENG-221 or<br />

ENG-225 or ENG-233 or ENG-235 or ENG-238<br />

Editing a Literary Magazine 3<br />

> ENG-275<br />

Provides practical experience in reading and<br />

editing literary manuscripts (nonfiction, fiction<br />

and poetry). Students design and edit<br />

hypothetical magazines using actual student<br />

manuscripts and work on preparing an issue of<br />

Cedar Valley Divide, <strong>Kirkwood</strong>’s student art and<br />

literary magazine.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ENG-105 or<br />

ENG-120<br />

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ENV<br />

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE<br />

Environmental Science<br />

> ENV-115<br />

3<br />

Examines environmental issues from a<br />

scientific perspective. Topics examined include<br />

ecosystems, energy, global warming, ozone<br />

depletion, air pollution, water resources,<br />

population growth and biodiversity. Students<br />

are required to analyze environmental<br />

problems and draw conclusions.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Independent Study 0.5<br />

> ENV-928<br />

Provides students an opportunity to further<br />

their studies in environmental science. After<br />

consultation with instructor, readings, papers<br />

and basic research or other projects may be<br />

assigned.<br />

(0.5/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Note: College-level biology or environmental<br />

science course or permission of instructor<br />

ESI<br />

INTENSIVE ENG SEC LANG<br />

L1 ELA Reading & Vocabulary<br />

> ESI-006<br />

3<br />

Begins the study of English reading and<br />

vocabulary development for non-native<br />

speakers who have little to no English.<br />

Emphasizes reading skills in informal settings.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: D<br />

L1 ELA Listening and Conversation 3<br />

> ESI-007<br />

Begins the study of conversation and listening<br />

skills in English for non-native speakers who<br />

have little to no English. Emphasizes<br />

communicative speaking and negotiative<br />

listening in informal language settings.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: D<br />

L1 ELA Phonetics/Pronunciation<br />

> ESI-010<br />

3<br />

Begins the study of English segmentals and<br />

intonation for non-native speakers who have<br />

little to no English. Emphasizes the use of<br />

phonetic alphabet. Focuses on using<br />

segmentals and intonation, in informal<br />

language settings.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: D<br />

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L1 ELA Grammar 4<br />

> ESI-011<br />

Begins the study of the basics of English<br />

grammar for non-native speakers of English.<br />

Focuses on using English grammar fluently in<br />

writing, reading and speaking.<br />

(4/0/0/0); ASE Code: D<br />

L1 ELA Writing 2<br />

> ESI-014<br />

Provides practice in the basic formation of the<br />

English alphabet. Focuses on writing at the<br />

sentential level for non-native speakers who<br />

have little to no English. Increases the use of<br />

vocabulary in writing. Familiarizes the student<br />

with keyboarding.<br />

(2/0/0/0); ASE Code: D<br />

L2 ELA Writing 2<br />

> ESI-016<br />

Provides practice in the basic formation of<br />

English sentences, paragraphs and reports for<br />

non-native speakers of English. Provides<br />

practice in structure, and in using English<br />

vocabulary in writing.<br />

(2/0/0/0); ASE Code: D<br />

L2 ELA Grammar 4<br />

> ESI-018<br />

Provides practice in the basics of English<br />

grammar for non-native speakers of English.<br />

Focuses on using English grammar fluently in<br />

writing, reading and speaking.<br />

(4/0/0/0); ASE Code: D<br />

L2 ELA Listening Skills and Culture 3<br />

> ESI-019<br />

Provides beginning-level practice in<br />

conversation and listening skills in English for<br />

non-native speakers of English. Emphasizes<br />

speaking and listening in formal and informal<br />

language settings.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: D<br />

L2 ELA Phonetics/Pronunciation 3<br />

> ESI-021<br />

Provides practice in English segmentals and<br />

intonation of the English language for nonnative<br />

speakers at the beginning level. Focuses<br />

on using segmentals and intonation, in formal<br />

and informal language settings.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: D<br />

L2 ELA Reading and Vocabulary 3<br />

> ESI-023<br />

Provides practice in reading and vocabulary<br />

development at the beginning level for nonnative<br />

speakers of English. Emphasizes reading<br />

skills in academic settings.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: D<br />

L3 ELA Writing 2<br />

> ESI-037<br />

Continues practice in the formation of English<br />

sentences, paragraphs and reports for nonnative<br />

speakers of English at a beginning<br />

intermediate level. Builds students’ writing<br />

structure skills, and use of English vocabulary<br />

in writing.<br />

(2/0/0/0); ASE Code: D; Prereq: ESI-016<br />

L3 ELA Grammar 4<br />

> ESI-038<br />

Continues practice in English grammar for nonnative<br />

speakers of English at the beginning<br />

intermediate level. Focuses on using English<br />

grammar fluently in writing, reading and<br />

speaking.<br />

(4/0/0/0); ASE Code: D; Prereq: ESI-018<br />

L3 ELA Listen Skills/Conver/Culture 3<br />

> ESI-039<br />

Continues practice in conversation and<br />

listening skills in English for non-native<br />

speakers of English at the beginning<br />

intermediate level. Emphasizes speaking and<br />

listening in formal and informal language<br />

settings. Exposes students to English culture<br />

and cultural expectations.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: D; Prereq: ESI-019<br />

L3 ELA Phonetics/Pronunciation 3<br />

> ESI-040<br />

Continues practice in English segmental and<br />

intonation of the English language for nonnative<br />

speakers at the beginning intermediate<br />

level. Provides practice in using segmentals<br />

and intonation, in formal and informal<br />

language settings.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: D; Prereq: ESI-021<br />

L3 ELA Reading and Vocabulary 3<br />

> ESI-042<br />

Continues practice in reading and vocabulary<br />

development at the beginning intermediate<br />

level for non-native speakers of English.<br />

Emphasizes reading skills in academic settings.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: D; Prereq: ESI-023<br />

L4 ELA Culture and Conversation 3<br />

> ESI-062<br />

Continues practice in conversation in English<br />

for non-native speakers of English at the<br />

advanced intermediate level. Focuses on<br />

speaking, in formal and informal language<br />

settings. Exposes students to English culture<br />

and cultural expectations in conversation and<br />

oral interaction.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: D; Prereq: ESI-039<br />

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Course Descriptions


COURSE DESCRIPTIONS . summer & <strong>Fall</strong> <strong>2011</strong> . <strong>Kirkwood</strong> <strong>Credit</strong> <strong>Class</strong> <strong>Schedule</strong><br />

L4 ELA Writing 3<br />

> ESI-063<br />

Continues practice in the formation of English<br />

sentences, paragraphs, and reports for nonnative<br />

speakers of English at an advanced<br />

intermediate level. Provides practice in writing<br />

structure, and using English vocabulary in<br />

writing. Emphasizes academic report structure<br />

and conventions.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: D; Prereq: ESI-037<br />

L4 ELA Grammar and Usage 3<br />

> ESI-064<br />

Continues practice in English grammar for nonnative<br />

speakers of English at the advanced<br />

intermediate level. Provides practice in using<br />

English grammar fluently in writing, reading<br />

and speaking. Emphasizes grammar in<br />

applications.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: D; Prereq: ESI-038<br />

L4 ELA Reading and Vocabulary<br />

> ESI-068<br />

3<br />

Practice in reading and vocabulary<br />

development at the advanced intermediate<br />

level. Emphasizes more subtle vocabulary and<br />

comprehension for academic settings.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: D; Prereq: ESI-042<br />

L4 ELA Presentations 3<br />

> ESI-069<br />

Prepares non-native speakers of English for<br />

academic communication skills, including<br />

presentations. Provides opportunity to practice<br />

academic skills, emphasizing presentation and<br />

other skills, at the advanced intermediate level.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: D; Prereq: ESI-040<br />

L5 ELA Culture and Conversation 3<br />

> ESI-090<br />

Continues practice in conversation in English<br />

for non-native speakers of English at the<br />

beginning advanced level. Provides practice in<br />

speaking in formal and informal language<br />

settings. Exposes students to English culture<br />

and cultural expectations in conversation and<br />

oral interaction.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: D; Prereq: ESI-062<br />

Independent Study 1–3<br />

> ESI-928<br />

Allows the student to pursue a special<br />

concentration of study under the guidance of a<br />

faculty member. Requires an independent<br />

study contract.<br />

(0/2-6/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Note: Requires approval of supervising faculty<br />

member and dean<br />

88<br />

English Lang Acq Spec Topics 1–12<br />

> ESI-949<br />

Develops English language skills in a classroom<br />

setting, in reading, writing, communication,<br />

grammar and/or for special purposes.<br />

(1-12/0/0/0); ASE Code: D<br />

EXS<br />

EXERCISE SCIENCE<br />

Exercise Physiology 4<br />

> EXS-280<br />

Defines exercise through the study of<br />

neuromuscular physiology, metabolism,<br />

exercise endocrinology, cardiometabolic<br />

response, environmental adaptation and<br />

optimized physical performance. Examines<br />

physiological response to various modes of<br />

exercise through laboratory activities and<br />

culminates with an original research project.<br />

Intended for students pursuing health-related<br />

careers, health pre-professional programs or<br />

those who have an interest in the effects of<br />

exercise on the human body.<br />

(3/2/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: BIO-173 or both<br />

BIO-177 & BIO-180<br />

FIN<br />

FINANCE<br />

Principles of Banking 3<br />

> FIN-101<br />

Presents the fundamentals of bank functions in<br />

a descriptive fashion so that beginning bankers<br />

can view their chosen profession in a broad<br />

perspective.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Money and Banking 3<br />

> FIN-110<br />

Presents a fundamental treatment of how<br />

money functions in the U.S. and world<br />

economies. Topics include the concept of<br />

money supply and the role the bank plays as a<br />

money creator and participant in the nation’s<br />

payment mechanism.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

Personal Finance 3<br />

> FIN-121<br />

Provides a comprehensive examination of the<br />

concepts and principles of personal finance<br />

and offers solid strategies for successful<br />

management and planning. Students learn<br />

planning, analyzing and controlling financial<br />

resources, and develop the knowledge and<br />

skills necessary to take advantage of favorable<br />

financial opportunities, resolve personal<br />

financial problems, achieve self-satisfaction<br />

and strive towards financial security.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A<br />

Entrepreneurial Finance 3<br />

> FIN-123<br />

Provides the financial tools necessary for<br />

successful entrepreneurs. Focuses on basic<br />

accounting principles, project start-up costs,<br />

budgets and cash flow projections. Includes<br />

financial statements, ratios and funding for<br />

starting a business. QuickBooks is used to<br />

prepare budgets and financial statements.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: MGT-300<br />

Note: MGT-300 can also be taken as a corequisite<br />

Principles of Finance 3<br />

> FIN-130<br />

Examines the tools and techniques used in the<br />

world of finance. Students are introduced to<br />

basic financial concepts such as time value of<br />

money, asset valuation, risk analysis and return<br />

on investment. Evaluation and decisionmaking<br />

techniques are used as they pertain to<br />

financial management in various business<br />

situations.<br />

(3/0/0/0); ASE Code: A; Prereq: ACC-152, MAT-140<br />

Residential Mortgage Lending 2<br />

> FIN-178<br />

Reviews the steps in originating, processing<br />

and closing a mortgage loan. Examines the<br />

differences between FHA, VA and conventional<br />

loans; key regulations affecting residential<br />

mortgages such as Truth-in-Lending and<br />

RESPA; and basic features of AMLs, GPMs and<br />

other alternative mortgage loans.<br />

(2/0/0/0); ASE Code: B<br />

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FLF<br />

FOREIGN LANGUAGE-FRENCH<br />

Elementary French I 4<br />

> FLF-141<br />

Introduces the 5 Cs of second language<br />

acquisition (communication, cultures,<br />

connections, comparisons and communities)<br />

by developing the fundamental communicative<br />

skills of listening, speaking, reading and<br />

writing, and providing the opportunity to<br />

examine the practices and products of various<br />

francophone cultures. Making comparisons<br />

and connections between the French and<br />

English language, practices, products and<br />

people is an important course component.<br />